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Eiperimcnl ia polling Wkat.
A ractic.:l firmer in this' Stal,e
tas sent to one of- ocr. rural papers
two earnpl-s of wlt.af of thr same Must one hour by nUonuecticut clock.
l-tnl rr-w -s ... J 1 V I V I ..ll,n. - . "... '
,"""' b'u" " i"i iifiu, out,
cut current times.' lie states
that on? srai.le Iwas Qiit on Ibe
-20th of July hist, in a rcrn state,
t,ht n lv crush 4 gri,i haJ the np-
, earaiice of tttck dough; thy oth jr
B-mpli wr.s;ut r fays hit-' r ia a ripe
state, the tars drooping, and the grain
firm .srd h; rd. Both srmpUs Re
main-din stack until the 17 th of
October. Wh' n the gr.iin was thresh
ed, it was foiled ihat the green cut
portion was equally "dry with the oth
er; bat besides that, the green cut
grain weighed twenty-eight ounces
per bushel morutlwu th it which w;;s
allowed to stand until it was quitr
ripe, and the former has been also
fount! to producv a better sanipla cf
flour with one-twJfih loss Iran.
- Jf vrj'huve fctiy
nnvmt ecsiiv" to1 pe
hav-j for a numb r of years urged far
mers to cut thir grain before it is
fully ripe ami hard but wo believe
ihtfnuTnb;r,who hare adopted this
plan "is 'limited in comparison with
the whole. firming community. Be
sides tlc"tdv::r,tage in heavier grain,
we think all.wkl i.gree with ns that
it is a great ad Fan tago -in a w.et har
vest, sllqwtfig a long, r period to get
in craia. Most of our readers will
doubtlessly remimbtr that last som-
mtT, just es the gftdn was beginning
to color, .we had most di lighttul and
dry weather; and just as the grain was
daad-ripe," and the customary time for
harvest was on. hand, the rains set in
snd continued "for a month or more,
and the wheat was all more cr less
injured. . Those farmers who took ad
vantage of thg plan of cutting in a
eoft slate, had their grain housed be
fore the wet weather," and , of course
could command the highest price for
their -perfect wheat ; Thousands of
dollars in the' aggregate might have
been- saved- to the farmers of this
country, ' if . they . had taken "Time
by tho forelock," instead, of letting
Time drive them in .their hffrvcst.-r
Have none of our readers a word of
counsel for brother farmers? .
Hints to Farmers. "
Toads are the best protection of
cabbage sg-inst lice.
Plants when drooping, are re-iived
by a few grains of camphor.
Pears aw generally improved by
grafting on the mountain ash.
Sulphur is valuable in preserving
L".fd never spoils in warm weather.
if it is cooked enough in frying out
In foeding with corn sixty pounds
ground goes as far as one hundred in
thi kernel. .
Chn meal should never be ground
vorijne, it injures the richness of it.
' Turnips of smill size have more
nutritious matter than large ones have.
Seet oliva oil is a certain cure for
the bite of a rattlesnake. . Apply in
tern dly and. externally.
Rite and other vermin are kept
away from grain by a sprinkling of
g irlic "when packing the sheaves.
Timber, when cut in th.3 spring
and exposed to " the water with the
bark on, decays jnuch sooner than if
cat in the fall. ' ' '
, Experiment show3 apples to be
' equal to potatoes to improve hogs,
and decidedly, superior for feeding
cattie. ' - ' -
' To care scratches on a horse, wash
the legs with warm soapsuds, and then
beef brine Two applications will
cure ia ths worst case.
ATTEND' TO YOUR ; PeaCHZS. The
Alabama Planter says: A gentle
man handed us yesterday the follow-
, ing, wbfcb may be of service to some
of our readers. A friend of mine has
iiist informed m? of the success he
. mot by tho appliea'ion of char
' coal to peach trees. A few years he
had seme finepench trees in his gardn
which invariably had worniy fruit; and
the trans were full of gum. When
" th-3 fruit was about the siza of inar
llcs, h-3 had the earth removed from
each about : two ieet raund and turee
inches deep, and filled with charcoal
The result was that ths fruit grew to
aGa3,siz-r, frea from worms, and ev
ery ycart since the fruit has been
cood, and the trees became healthy
and free from gum, whila two trees
i;-ft without the charcoal continue to
bear wormy frait and. are unhealthy.
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Ashes. Save your, ashes, as care
fully as you do your ten cent pices,
spply Ihem to your crops with care,
and you rill find them of a rich deep
; green 'color, while growing, and with
"a hcavv 'yield t harvest. ;
The Ucioa is Safe! x
A Western pbef; pav8 I ho Kuirk
erbocker composed the following; i
ihere can be no danger me tbtre
i3 so much 5perit in the 'country.'
What! bust this galorous Uniou np, .' "
. An go to drawin' trigger., .
Just for athunderin' parcel of. . . - .
EmaTicii atod niggers? .
The Eagle of AniiriSy,
That Sue arroes the seas, "
An' throwcd the. bludJy British liou
Ker-blump xijxm his knee?; .
Say, shall e rend Lim lim' from lim',"
Wuii wing one way, an wun t'other,
An every seppcrit pin-feajher
A flyiu'at the other?, .;
It can't bo did ! -
A Good STonr. It ia related thiit
a bejir and its leader latdy. arrived
lOWuru niglll ai U VUlugO near . lOO
rifv nf 'T.vnns- llio LiHor cnnrrtif
. . -.. ., , . r. .
rrussioa .into tiie.only inn ot 'the
I'lace. -They at first declined to ad
mit the straugo pair, not knowing
where to place the auimal, but fianl
ly conseuted to receive theraj ' The
bear was place J in a pigsty, and., its
occupant, a fat pig which wa,s to be
killgd on the morrow, was let loose
in tie court-yard. In tho middle.of
the night cries of help proceeding
from the pigsty, .aroused the house,
and the host, his wife and tho ser
vants at once ran"' to the spot. v It
was ascertained that a thief excited
by the splendid condition of the pig,
had determined on eloping with it,
at.d had entered the pigsty with that
laudable intention The 'bear, dis
pleased at being suddenly awakened
by this enterprising individual, re
warded Jiim with- a fraternal hug,
which causoj .the 'would-be-thief to
cryiout so lustily. rThe mon was
released from the paws of the bear,
bat only -to be, handed over into the
hands of justice. , " '-
Professor Reynolds, ..who... once
taught the B Academy, was the
most absent-minded man about eve
ry -day afJVirs, I ever saw. His mind
was all wrapped up with bookstand he
cared no more about what the world
was up to, than a pig cafes about
the Hottentots. One morning his
wife, who, by the way difFared vastly
from her spouse in this respect was
reading aloud from the paper, an ac
count of a horrible murder. jA. mm
had, so the paper said, deliberately
killed his whole family -consisting
of some dozen members with an axe.
Mrs. Reynolds laid down .the paper
with an exclamation:
"What a wretch!" . ';
"Yes,"., said her husbnnd, in a very
quiet tone, looking up from his book,
"he should be talked to." .
Large Womev. Talking about
big women the following good thing
is told of bidney Smith: "Going to
marry her," he exclaimed bursting
out lauphing, "ggng to marry her '
impossible! you mean a paH of her;
he could not marry her all himself.
It would be a case not 'of bigamy but
of trigamy, the neighborhood of the
magistrates should interfere. There
is enough of her to furnish, wives for
a whole parish. Ooc man marry her!
it' is monstrous. You might people
a colony with her er . givo an as
sembly with her or read the not
aot and disperse her; in short you
anything but msrrjr her."
The Age of a Horse. A man
wanting to buy a horse, , asked a
friend how to know a horse's pge
'"'By his teeth," was ths reply. ;
The next day tho man went to a
horse dealer, who showed a splendid
black horse. The horso hunter open
ed the animal's mouth,gavo one
glance and turned on hi3 hee!. -
"I dou't want him," said he, "he's
thirty-two years old.' He had count
ed the teeth. ?, - '-
It is said to be an excellent plan,
always to measure, a man's lengh
before kicking him, for it js '.better
to bear sn insult than to make an
unsuccessful attempt to thrash a fel
ler, and got your nose broke and eye
.it. ... .
leem Knocked out.
People make by . traveling. In
Er gland, our Mullen weed is known
as the "American Velvet Plant."
As we have said on a former occa
sion, if you wish to be appreciated,
leave home. ' .
A genius down east has invented
a 6pyglass of wonderful powers. - He
said he looked through it at a third
cousin, and it brought him relatively
nearer than any of his brothers.
'Have you Tead my .'last ? speech?'
asked a prosy orator, the other day,
of a friend. i "-:
I hope so,' wag the eatisfactory
J: W: Wallace & Co.
( WIIOLE5ALS GKOtJCIlS,
Produce, Fdrwardiagand Coaaiission
g f9EROHA5iT$, g
Althecl I stand of. E'liott Thompson,
: . SHELBY VILLE, TENN.
GI V JO THE ' PURCHASE OF ' V
Grab, and all kinds of Pradsce;
November 1 12m
f J1IIK copartnership heretofore
& existing between the under
signed is thLsdav dissolved bv mn-
tuat consent. -The business will in' the future
be c ad acted by Mr. Thbmpsoti, at the same.
s-iiTid. wbcre he will be pleued to attend in
all orders fotlrrocories from Bedford and sur-
! ronmliiig counties.. All those .indebted to the
fold firm are earnest! v ren nested to come for-
ward and close np amount due us brtJash, of
f-Nwte, as it is important that the old b.isiness
iPhould becUMO'l un as soon as tiossible. Ibe
lVo!cs'w';ll be found in po53csion of Jo. II.
Thompson, , cither of us' however., are fully
authorized to mak9 -nettlem-ints for the old
firm. . J. M. ELLIOTT, 1
" - ' JO. 11. THOMPSON.
y JSTierj'joiTe, Sjpt. 21,1834.
Successor' to Elliott ifc 'Thompson?)
'Forwardin-r and Commiion
Ocpol St, SiielbyvillcTeim:
IN store a heavy lot of Sack andfeatrel Salt
together with'a good lot f Siijrar, Coffee,
MoLwses, etc. JO. II.-.THOUFSOX.
SielbyvUle, October 5, 183 L.
"T1C7'E have this day associated ourselves to
VV gether in the Wholesale Gro
eery, Commission," lSeccivin? and
ForwanSmj Business, (baccceilinj
Evans S: Cumniings.) ; . :- --
T. M. COLDW ELL,
. Of the firm of Cold well f- Co.
. ' ' J. F. CUMMINGS,.
Of the "firm of EvaDS Cummings.
T. M COLDWELIi. J. T. CCMyiXOS.
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS.-,
"t Coamission and Forwarding
And Dealers in Provisions,
New Brick House; Depot Street
NTENDINGto devote my time exclusively
to Hotel keeping at the Shelbyville lxs.
I retire from the Grocery business, and take
pleasure in recommending the newt concern,
f COLDWELL fr CUMMiNGS)tothe patrons
of Evahs ttCcawiSGS, believing andknowing
that thev will give satisfaction to all who maj
deal with them; (Cummings, the active part
ner of Evans 4" Cumming?, remaining in the
Of the firta of Evans 4" Cummings. v
Dac. 1,1853 .. &'ielbyinlle. Term.
'77'E have Just received 50 Bags
prime Rio and 20 Bags Havana J
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS,
1. SheJbyviVe, Tenn.
Prime N.O ,fiug
Loaf .'- 4
kO 15 bbls.
. 6 hhds
For sale cheap for Cash.
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS,
Dac. 1. SPtelbycille, Tenn.
KAA BAItItELS5Io.l. Kana
0JJ wha Salt, 300 Bags fine
Salt. ' , -.
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS,
- Dec. 1. Slulbyville, Tenn
VT P tnnn tlMI a t . T i 1 XT All T4T1i O I
1,1 Ld Avvl vwiioiauuj v - UJU-
.WW i em A- ICV-
at fhe Bedford Mills, which we warrant equal
to the Cincinn ati or St Louis Flour.
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS..
' Dec. 1. - ShdbyviUe, Tenn.
JUST received 125 kegs of Nails,
tbebest'articlemade in the United f55?
States. COLDWELL & CUMMINGS,
Dec. 1. ' - ShelbyviHe, Tenn.
Ti TICnEL SHOFNER would respectfully
IxJL inform the public, that he has become
the Agent of Richard H. Pease, forthe sale of
Threshing and Reaping Machines, to
gether with the Hailroad Horse Power to pro
pel the Thresher. He would state, for the sat
isfaction of those wishing to purchase, that
the one-horse Thresher is capable of threshing
from 100 to 150 bushels of Wheat, Rye, or
Oats per dav. 1 he twtf-horse power is capable
of doing double that amount. The Reaper is
capable of reaping from 15 to 20 acres of
Wheat per day, with 2 horses. Early engage
ments will be best: as., he "will not order any
more than ha hasvapecial engagements for.
Those wishing to purchase, will address
... . MICLLEL SHOFNER,
Dec. 27," 18356m. ShObyvtHe, Tenn.
V BOOTS AND SEIOLS.
LADY'S fine Kid Lace Boots, Cloth
Gaiters, do Cloth and Goat "Boot's I
do Polka, do super sewed Goat, worn. W
Wax Peg'd do, Lica Boots, large sizes, Lidies
India Rubber Over-Shoes, Deerskin do for
travelling, Misies fine Kid Boot, Calf do.JGoat
Polka do, Chuds fancy Taylor do, Koan do. La
dies White and 8atin Kid do, Gents' Calf W
P. Boots fine Kip do, Ex fine Pump do Ex
6ize, Boys Red Top do, boys and mens Bro
gans. Mens Rubber and Deerskin Overshoes,
Some made Boots and Shoes; for sale bv
Oct 25. ' JOHN GOODRICH.
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
I HAVE . just received a splendid
6tock of fine Bonnets and Bon
net Ribbons, which I wilt sell cheap as
I am determined to eell them. Call end seo.
. . April 3; .," .',.,.,. T. C. GOODRICH.
A TID in bbl.: Featb AMi P-cnja-r'
auin 1 a.llnw Iran iii Kliaiim .
for GroMtias) by
SHELBY VILLE .
'PRODUCE .'AND C03IMiSS:0N
araa: xs tscr &z 9 '
UKATt THE DEPOT, . .
FRESn ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES.
1 OH AGS ' OoITre;
10 do Old Java do
MOORMAN & SPERItY,
Jan. 10, 1356. - ' SMbyvd'e, Tenn:
OK Hhds. N. 0 Sugar:
100 bbl. pnl verizod and crushed
5 boxes Loaf Susar. fStlzar:
Just receive! thU dav from Nav Orleans.
MOORMAN & SPERRY,
Jan.: 10. . Shelb'joiUe, Tern.
- . . StJitpillES. . , .
K A Boxes Pint and Quart Flasks;
y V 25 do Tumblers and Decanters; y
. 50 oss Matches; - ' 1 "
50 doV., Mason'. Bfacking; " "
'. - "80 do. Shoe Brushes;
5U,UX U. I). Uaps;" ,
10" doz. Lanterns:
' 10ai&s SL C. &dii;-A"fc-
s - . 5 bbls. Mackerel Fish; . ' " '
10 half bbls.' do-'; -' .:y '
".20 kits : ' do ..''';'
;20, doz. Willow Baskets: '
- , 10 doz. covered Buckets;
. 25 doz.: Wagon Buckets;
iOe"nes pointed Tubs;
- ,.15 dozfQ:wker Brooms;
FoVsale low for cash -of produce, at ths
"Wholesale Qrocerr of v -
i . M002MAN & SPERRY,
Jan. 10. -- Shslbyville, Tenn.
1 AA Kegs Pittsburg --mils; zfy
" V y-Anr.. Shovel and Jadei
20 pair Counter Balances;
500 pair Gate Hinges;
".5 Anvils'. '::i .
5 Vices;-' v
10 Mill Saws;
la Cross Cut Siws;
25 bars Cast, Shear and Blister S'eel; '
Yor sale by- MOORMAN fc SPERRY,
' Cijrars nnd Tobacco.
Boxes Ya. "Tobacco, ass'd;
10,0Ci0 La Nawleon Cigars;
10 000 Fix Star- do.
5.00Q La Luna - " Ao ' . "
20,000 Tatapsco ' do
10,000 Bloomer ' . v ' do
For sale by MOORMAN & SPERRY.
Jan. 10. - S!ieUjviUe, Tenn.
Log, Fifth nnd Trace Chains.
pair straight Link Chains,
100 rair Twisted do -
25 Log . . .
50 pair Breast
50 . to Halter
50 do Tongue
For sale by
MOORMAN d SPERRY,
OA boxes assorted Pickles;''
10 do do Preserves 't
' -:'; 5 do , Jellies;
- 10 do Pepper Sauce; ,-v -
5 do Tomato Ketchups '
5 do Pickled Peaches; -
' 5S doz. Ginger Preserves;
- 100 cans Oysters;
50 do Preserved Peaches; ,
, Tosrether with many other articles too te
dious to mention, to which we invite the atten- j
tioo of the ladies and dealers generally.
MOORMAN 4- SPERRY.
Jan. 10." gtelbyririe, Tenn.
Valnahle Tract of Land for Sale.
THE subscriber being desi
rousof concentrating his HSt i
sale that every desirable plantationoir Elk
River, in Limestone county, known as
with extensive and valuable additions. The
tract comprises about 2750 acres, and for fer-
tility, healthiness and pure water and excel-
lent timber, is unsurpassed in North Alabama.
On the premises there is a first-rate water
power. About 900 acres are cleared. Per
sons wishing to examine the land will be
assisted on application to Mr. John Eaton,
on the premises; and for terms of sale, may
address the subscriber at this place.
JAMES L. WATKINS. -nuntsvile,
Ala., May 8th, 1856 2m.
GENTS' Super Ex Mole Hats:
" M fine Cass do; .
" , u - u fur under,
Men's Soft Cass Shangh.i:' .
- " Saxony "
" Hungarian; -
Pearl Merino Hats;
M Wool . . tt
Boy's Pearl Saxony " . . .
" Black " .' - '
" Pearl Shanghai " .
Cloth Caps; -..-.
. Mens fine Otter Caps; .
. Cloth and Plush do; ,
. Childs Velvet Turbans;
Boys red trimmed Star do;
-Bl tie Navy Caps:
Lady's Riding Hat, new sfvle; for sale by
JCJi. .9. : JUIM uuuumuii.
' Embroideries and Trimmings.
EMB'D Swiss and Jacronct Collars.
Mourning do. Breakfast Lace and
Honiton do, Goffered Collars, new style,'
n.mb'd bwisis and Linen Undersleeves, Rich
Setts Sleeves and Collars. Monrnins do. LinSn
Edging-and Inserting, Valencia do. Thread do,
Jaconet do, Flouncing Silk and Linen Braid,
Bonnet Ribbons, handsome style, More An
tique ao, mobon 'trimmings, all colors, Pluph
do. Velvet do, and an endless variety of arti
cles too tedious to mention. For sale by
Oct. 25. --.:.. JOHN GOODRICH.
TflTTE want $5000 worth Land . ,
Warrants, for which we will
give the highest prices.
NEIL. M00RES & WRIGHT,
, Readjr;Made Clothing.
mwijvu ana AkiacK t-JOtll Uoat8. I i
Duck, Marseilles and Linen" '. An
Fants and Vests of all Mnd and prices
Shirts, Collars and Bsoma do do '
Cravats, Stocks and Suspenders,' ILe. &e. -March
27. W. & A. SOUTHWORTn
Mantles. Embroidcrles.&i'. . . .
FRENCH worked Collars Chim- TT.
elepnt Mantles ranging from 3 to JT ) )
15; white, black and mode Crape Stjw'
Shawls, Wash Blond. Tl
Edgings, Laces, Rusches, Ac. atthe'eh-snat
PI I IS.
FOB ALL ISS PT7EPOSE3 07 A
Thebb bas long existed a public demand for -an
eflbctir purgatiT pill which could be relied on aa
sure and perfectly safe in ita operation. Thia has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive (rial of ita virtue has conclusively shown with
what success it aeccmplishei fhe purpose designed.
It ia easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all pilUtont which should hare
none of the- objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. , It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is not. Many of them produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pill produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
vegetable, bo harm can arise from their use m any
quantity : bnt it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. . Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, w
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forma
of Jaundice. Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, LiBtlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in trath, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body.
Ulcers and impurity of the blood; in short, .any
and every case where a purgative is required. -
They have also produced some singularly sne
cessful eures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel, '
Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, rams in the
Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
' An occasional dose stimulates the" stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by their
, stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
" vate the strength o'f the body, and restore ths
'.wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
' Hence an occasional dose is. advantageous, even
. though no serious derangement exists; but un
' necessary dosing should never be 'carried too fary
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which
' a physic is required, cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pitt will
. answer a better purpose than any thing which has
hithorto been available to mankind. When their
-virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
m thai-tic medicine. Beinff suzar-wraTJped they are
leasant to take, ana oeing purejy vegeuuuc, c ,
' r I
arm can arise irum weir use iu uj
For minute directions see wrapper en the .box.
JAMES C; ATE R,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
! Price 35 Cemti per Box. Five Boxes for SL
for the rapid Cre mt
COrGIIS, COLDS, HOARSEXESS,
BR0( niTIS, WHOOPIXG-COCGII,
CROUP, ASTHMA. 1XD , .
This remedy has won for itself sucn notoriety
from iu cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the eri- ,
deuces of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restore
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where ita virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. And not only ia formidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties'
of Colds, Cocohs, Hoaksbness, &c;- and for
Childkbs it is the pleasantest and safest medicine
that can be obtained.
As it has long been in constant nse throughout
this section, we need not do more than assure ths
people its quahty Is kept np to the best that it ever .
has been, and that the genuine article is sold by
buUi i-y ieiry J- Deutovuje, astiviiic; Uie
mcr J- "Hampton, Fayette ville, and by my
agent in almost every town of the United
"J,TY stock of Hardware is very Trf"
j assortment jf Carpenters Tools S5 3
!of all kindsMill, X Cut and-Hand Saws.
; QueerjSware of all kinds. Come and see.
Aprils. T. U. ViWUlilUU.
t riHE undersigned has laid off blocks of Lots
JL . of several acres in each, for private resi
dence, and is now prepared to sell them rtpn
Tate sale tq those who desire to have summer
residences, in the beautiful and healthy town in
Tuilalionia. We have in the Town Site,
besides the most healthy Atmosphere and pure
freestone water, a most excellent Chalybeate
Spring, which is supposed io be mixed with
white sulphur. . - .
' - WM. MOORE,: Agent, etc. -May
20, 1852 tf. " '
"JTOURNING drew goods. Collars, 3
JA A Sleeves, Handkerchiefs, Veils,
Bonnets, and trimmings. .
N1EL, MOORES f WRIGHT.
f April 17. .- ' ' ' . '
I HAVE just received a Spring sup
ply of ready-made Clothing Coats,
Pant, Vests, Shirts, Collars, etc., which
will be sold low.
April 3. - T. C. GOODRICH.
Head Quarters for Fine Bonnets.
TTTE bars tbfl vir larpst sfvln rtf T
VV ROMXF.TS from niw. f K
best establishments in the city of New York,
e sell them cheap. -
March 27. W. & A. SOUTHWORTIL r
W E have this day commenced
btsiness in the house formerlv
occupied by B. W.D.:3luiTTt and will keep'
' - -M SSU V
Tea,- - - ' Penrier.
Loaf, Crushed Spice,-
Brown Sugar, Indigo,
Nana, etc. etc.
uoi wnicn will be sold at tli tr.e
possible price for .Casa, Tallow, Beeswax or
We will also keep and sell on time to punc
tual dealers, a full assortment of Iron, Casting?
Steel, Log, Trace. Halter, Fifth,- Tongue!
Breast,' Stay, Lock Chains and Stretchers
Call and see." C. B: & W. L. CARTY
Fayetteville, Nor. 8,1855.
ri.ARPEjTERS, Saddlers, shoe- r
makers. Wagon-makers and J
Gunsmiths' Tools of every kind al- -"""
ways on hand. For Wagoners we have hip
straps, halter collars, hames, chains, collars,
bridles, breech inp, Wigon sheets etc. "-
."-j, ,V NEIL M5oaES WEIGHT. .
ITi a -' tB 7rT - f?,..
I-TAS "moved his Office to the Sonth-
JL J- Side of the Public Square, in the
large brick building opposite the Court-
jlloiuse. w here he can be found both day and
i night, nnlcss professional! v alent. AuglTSO.
E.g00rEt. C.C.M'SIXSET. C.P.CCSSI56HAM
i Cooper, 3fcEbney& Cunningham,,
lltome&s at JLme9
; . FAYETTEVILLE, TENN. '
FFICE,lhird doer from north-east
, V- of the s(ii ire.
Dr. DUVAL & BIABTIN,
j, . FAYETTEVILIrE,. TENN.
WHERE visits are made, Phy
, sicians' charges may be ex
pected, March 27,1856.
j D2. K02ERT T. SEARCY, :
; T7C7"ILL continue to devote his ex
i. v V elusive attention to the practice
of Medicine in rt3 various branches. He
hopes-by close attention to bis Profession, to
merit a continuance of the patronage of his
v friends. He has removed his Office, 6 SniWs
,east of Fayetteville, near Elk river, on the
place formerly occupied by Mr. Brown Greg
ory. ' . July 19. 1855 l2m.
MORE- Antiqne Satin Plaid,
' Brocade and Plaid Poult de
Soio, White More Antique Silks;
- Striped and Plaid Delaines, all vcocl;
" Sulid - , .
anry . . -
' French Merinos all color;. - '
English - ; ' "
Snper Black Bornbazine;
High col'dcom. DeLaines, new style;
Blk Alparca,' all grades; . . .
JLa ly's Clonks richly trimmed; '
. Blk and FaijcV Cloakings:
- K ' " " " Cashmere;
, Rich Printed " .
Crape nnd Thebet Shawls;
Black and Tlaid .'.-.- '
Sjianish Dcbege for horse riding Dresses;
Jaconet and Dotted Swisses;
- Dimity, Long Cloth, etc;
All oi wiucb are lorsaie nx uis usual low pnees,
by- Oat. 25. JOIIX GOODRICH.
'igy J Tifci-tssi till
COMMISSION AND PRODUCE
North- West Corner of Square,
' BASEMENT ROOMS, .
KEEPS constantly nn hand, a general as
" sortment of Family (iroeerie&.ar.d
a peneral depot forthe sale, oT Conn-i
try Produee. Jan. 2,18oo.
'T37"I3 have oponed a new Cabinet
Ware-rorrru, on the south side
j of the TuMic Square, Far etteville in
the large brickBuilding, where those in need of
lf Ml -
are requested' t ca?T. Our work, in point ol
durability aud fineness, sh;ill not be surpassed
by'anv establishment in the count v,tvhile the
! terras shaTl be as low as any one's. Fine Ward
.' robes, Tables of all kim!sr Dresir.g Bureaus,
plain and common, Bedhead? of any size and
j quality wished, Sofas, Chair , Cribs and Cradles,
I Divans and Ottomans, Hat Racks, etc. etc. con
stantly on hand, or furnished to order at short
We will, also, make Coffins in any style
wished, at one-hlf 7k -price hereinore
charged, which we will deliver in a good Hearse,
free of extra charge, in any part of Lincoln
county. Come and trv ns.
TJ. A. "WILSON cj- SONS.
Jan. 12 12m ' -
"V7"E are now receiving, and TK
V V. in a few days will have in vl!f$fy
store. a lar?a and.rbean stock" of if -Vffl
Fancy and. Staple Drj Goods,
Hardware. ... ,
. Boots and Shoe-,- - f
"-' ,- Mats and Bonnet,
. . ' Books nnd Taper,
Clothing. Ac. Ac.
to all of which we invite the attention of buyers
Cur facilities are such as to enable us to com
pete with any retail house in the State, and
our purchases for the spring trade, though
- . t . j . 1
eavy, were mane wun greas care; ana we
DtaU u, v..r irauii uu
tuwmera, w ,urn18Q tnem uooas, on as layor-
able terms, and m many articles at lets prices,
u-u tan us ucui itisbw ucre. van hiiu cxniniue
W. & A. SOUTH WORTH.
WE have just received and have '
in store the following articles,
which we-will sell cheap for CASH
6 hhds Brown jsngar;
m 1 m j j
wis uu uvi. y-v
4 do White do " 'V'
6 do Molasses;"
IlOldo do . .
! 10 1 do do
s f34 Tnl
200 Ss Cast, Shear, English American Steel
25 kegs Nails; ". .
20 boxes Star Cahdlesr -.'" v -
10 do -Tobacco; ...
10 bbla Clover Seed;
' .Chains, Castings. Hames, Collars, Cuttinart
and Scythe Blades," Buckets. Sifters, Coffee-
Mills, Indigo, Maitder, fepper, bpice, Ixinger,
Alum; (Joppera3,-rowder, bhot, Lead, Oil, etc.
etc., for tale.
April 3. .GOODRICH .& HUNTER.
FOR S A LB
A vLarge Lot of Assorted
IROfJ: CAST 11
; WAGON BOXES,
By C. B. & W. K CARTY.
Feb.21 Atthe Old Stand 'of B. W.D. Carty.
boots; shoes ad hats.
I HAVE just received . .
24 cases gentlemen' calf kij boots ffH I
6 do boys' T do "do t do 1 V
20 do ' eentlemerfs and'boys, all sizes:
20 boxes ladies' fine kid gaiters and da
. ui J 1
20 do - dq. calf and goat-skui shoes;
33 boxes hats of all sorts and sizes; which
will be sold low by ,. ' '- '
.-April3. T.. C. GOODRICH. .
V. D. K'tAS AHA
' ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO
' lilPORJEKS AKD- WHOLESALE
Dealers iu Foreign and I)oraetie
- - -and'
READY MADE CLOTHING?
9io. 41. PnMie Stqnarr.
KASUV I LLC, TEX?T.
sept. 6. 1855... , --- ' -
successors to John A iron, Jr.t)
42, UtuonSt., Nashville, Tenn. '
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS,.
Dealer's in Foreign Fruits,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
March 27, 1S56 12m. '
; Stewart Sa Owen.
No. VitVarlcet street, a few doors lelow their old
stand, c next door to W. II. Gordon if Co.
' MASUFACTCBESS OF
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron wares
KELP koristantly on hard all kinds
of improved CooKix Smwa- t
so, Stoves of various kirds, nch as Par
lor, tiaii, luteO, Iiox.J and 10 plate Stoves.
Also, improved Coal gtoves of all kinds; En
ameled and Plain Mantle
CaSTIXOS OF ALL kISDS.
Job Work solicited, and executed with
neatness ana despatch. Feathers, Ginseng.
Beeswax. Pewter, and old Hnnaor . vt. ;
exchange forward etc. . . '.
S. We hope our old custom will r.
member u in thar orclrs.
Sept. 6r 185512m.
MARKET -STRCET, . ';
Two doors north of de ' Square an-l opposite (hs
NashtilU Inn, NASHVILLE, TENN.
k " .
' iv i- l: berry,"
TTAVING taken thargeof"
ii House, is prepared to JTf"-i!
accommodate all whomavfavoc tCL-i'
him with a call, with good room3 and board at '
about ba.f . the charges of the larg3 hotels.
Thankful forthe patronage heretofore extend
ed, he -solicits a continuance of the same, and
i hopes to give entire satisfaction. Good accom
modation for. horses. (jzT' Hon open at
all Iidursoni metis furnished to suit Eail
JioaJ time.jQ ' U an. 10,1836.
Ahead of AU Compcliiioii.
THOSE wanting an elegant suit of JL
clothes, will find in our stock the 'tS"
f clgs of black French Cloth (Simorri's (( f
f mike.) black Doe SKiCAssiHEEE5,aDd -ill
. - - - - am I . i
buk v eating?, that has been tronght to Jjt
this market for many years, and at small profits
k An l ice also hue -
Black, Bine, and Fancy Cloth?,
do ' do do Cass'meree,
do do do S utinets,
Vestings of sit kinds and dsr riptions.
Cashmprettes, Dnp de Etes, Italian Cloths,
and Tweed3 for Coats and Pants, -
Linen Goods for Coats and Pantd, an ravzKBl
stock and of all qualities.
Mjrch 27. W. & A. SOUTHWORTIL
COOKS, PAFjCi?. Ltc.. .
InAVE jnt received a'goot
supply of School Books. Pa-,
per. Ink, Envelopes, Not Paper,
ifrc, which will be sold low.
B BACK Chatter, -V v
Black Canton Cnpejr,
do. Tamise Cloth.
do Lawns and Calicos,
do "Bereges, T-
do T'wsues-, -
" 1 do Crepe de 'Paris,
v ' do Sdks, m. .....
do "Ginghams, " .
do and White Bereges. ;
" do do Tissues,
dp do LawDS.
do do i. Organdies,
do Collars and Undersleeves.
do English Crape and white do .
do Crape Shawls, .
do do Vils,
do Silk rnd Cotton Hose."
Bonnets, Ribbons and Flowers,
Gloves and Handkerchiefs,
Necklaces.Bracelets and Breastpins
AU at Low Prices.
- W. . A. SOUTH WORTH. V
Q WISS, Mull and Nainsook Muslins,
bams, Jaconets, rich rlain and faucv
Be an j TLtSH elent b,ick nd f
Silk at . ,W. & A. SOUTH WORTH'?.
Russell &; Vance.
JPE If9 GOOBS.
WE Uke pleasure in an- ILrB
nouncing to our Cus- -g?-JS,
tomors and Dealers generally that we are now
receiving and opening oar supplies of New
Being the largest, most varied and desirable
Stock we h ve ever had the pleasure of offer
ing to purchasers consisting of " -
Embracuig the newest stvfee of silks, Ber-
ages. Organdies, Brillantes, Lawns.drc., together
with Bonnets ojf the latest styles arfd Ribbons
nd Flowers rot the most beautiful patterns.
Those who want a Love of a bonnet should
call soon. Our stock of.
i GENTLEMEN'S JGOODS
' Embracing Cloths, Cassisaerev, Satins, and
Vestings in great variety. ... "
Also Boots, Shoes, and Hats, a large assort
ment, embracing every-variety, style and price.
Also alarge assortment of IZeady-Jlade
Clotliinir, : -j
We have also a larg stock of Domestio
Goods, Hardware, Queetisware, Glassware, nnd
Cutlery, besides many other articles usually
kept in well arranged retail houses.
Y e mvitaiour old Customers and alt other
persons who want Goods to call and examine
our stock before making their purchases, as w
think we can offer such bargains as will in-,
due them, to deal jvith us. . '
Thankful for the patroriege heretofore re
ceived we solicit a continuance of tbecime.
.. . - . RCSSELIJt VANCE.
P. S. Those indebted to ns by account are
.requested to call soon and close them bv note "
11 not Dy money tne latter wm ne raucn pre
ferrs4 as we desire to do a safe and ptbmp
business and sell our gotnls cheap,, whfch w
cannot do unless we make colhactions. " . t:
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