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4 Qa this Subject n corre-T-ondent of
thetijrtauntowD Telegraph gives the
, lullowiu experience: . " 5
Wbe:i my p-islures become fool
y the presence of bushes, or filled
. tcfrh spurious and profitless vegeta
tion, or when thero 13 a dearth, (rom
i.nv ii ... 1 . f H... " L . T
break up in (he auluma with a deep
mm- cveu lumnv the bushes auu
btumps having been previously ftb
h'nc'ed and removed and after
borrowing it thoroughly, sow-ca clo
ror buckwheat the following spring.
This is, turned in again when fully
.rowo; -the'toil-u then well harrowed,
uud from three pecks to a bushel of
red-top a rd brown-top seed, with a
lat fcix pounds of red and white clo
ver sired, sown to the acre. The soil
i. then rolled, and top-dressed with
Hyp-i.um and wood ashes, half and half.
A. soon as the crop is fairly up, I
rep-ire a mixture of guano, poud
utte, nitrate of soda, and wood-ashes
" equid parts of . each, apply three
-fi.rea busaela to the acre, broad cast.
This acrs-a3 a powerful etimalint to
tbe roots, ami induce a rapid end
l-ixgilrat growth. -I do cot turn in
- lay. animals till.thc 6ward has become
firmly 6et, and the eoil bo compact
iad eolid as not to be in any danger
. of iisjary from - their feet. In this
way, and at comparatively trifling ex
pense, I secure a speedy resuscitation
of the poorest and most thoroughly
exhausted grounds, and as I never
idlow . a pasture to 'lio down' duripg
h period of more limn six years, 1
im. rarely, even i .jo driest seasons,
troubled with 't feed' -an evil
f almost-universal prevalence in this
' section, and to obviate the conse-
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tjutiiiutra ui wiui' xj, many are lorcea 10
C resort -to -the' cultivation of green
Culling Timber. . -
' If oak, hickory or'chestnut is fel
.led flu the eighth . month August
' -in the second running of the sap,
and barked, quite a largo tree will
bj.iso? perfectly, and even the twigs
will ramaui sound for years,, whereas,
thitt Cut in the winter and remain
iug. till next fall as "thick as one's
- Mri5t-iii ub sa i rotten, anu win ve
v almost useless for any purpose. The
"'body of Ihe oak split into rails - will
Ust.more than ten or twelve years.
""Hickory "cut. ia that month" is- not
f subject to be worm eaten, and will
g list a long-time for fencing.
.Vt "fin ' ' I ' a 1
ioen i .commenceu iarming in
r 1S20, it was the practice to cut tim
. htr for fencing in tho winter. White
. that time, 1 found would not- last
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-- more man icu or iweive years, in
' the year 18'28 I commenced cutting
. fvjace timber in the- eighth month:-
Alany ol the oaK rails cut tnat year
.nre yet sound, as well. as those form
" . tid of chestnut. : If the bark is not ta-
.ken OiFthis month; however, it will
jeel of itself the second or third year,
'.and have the sap perfectly sound,
. The posts of the trees are also more
valuable lor tuei tnan wncn cut in
- i inter or spring. v
- .I advi3e"-young 'farmers to try
' i iie experiment for themselves, and
if the Dost fences will not last twice
:s long, i ioneit uii
uh worthless. . ... . ;
AVno BiD3 roR. a City. The as
'feessed valuation of Chicago city and
; ' Uook county is $30,000,000, and it
: U mortgaged,' according to the re-
t- x t :i ' . rvnc. r.
- f'.lTfH in ' IHH IlHv lalrr M l.Jllli:K. Illr
"..vpr 559 1.000.000. Some lota hav
i-cnanirea nanus at-least mty nmes,
. 5 , , J' 1 A. I M.
Him t.itu ucit uuituasci utviut; . uu
' 'advance price,'. 'There is a good time
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rirr! ntr. nnri ma i.nvvprs win nnn n
Salt fob Whsat. Theodore Per
- ry cays, in The Prairie Farmer, that
he sowed one and a half bushels &f-
Cter seeding it with spring wheat, and
v the result was that the salted portion
. was ready for sickle five days earlier
: than the unsalted portion, and not a
' particle of 'rust, scab or smut could
' i . r j a .i. . r- J. t-
. estimated at five bushels per acre.
.Sf5niiR3 is Catile. A corresDon
dent of The Albany Cultivator says
taaiy, Eni.tninsingsne "mignt as
; well die one way as another,' he gave
1 bcr a handful of saltpetre, and she
' got better forthwith, and now as
'well as ever. . , - .
Tbe Working Farmer states that
the value of the hog crop thi3 yesr
M the United States , willbe little
short of two hundred millions of dol
larvor fifty ihillioris more tban :'tbe
cottoa crop. -
''art nub mirq.
Lesson in Politeness. ;
A man sick with the varioloid
heard the front door open when in
walked a pedlar, who, Looking around
thought that be might sell me some
thing, for coming in a little further
ho nked- ' . . ' " - V
"You "shall vent to buy some
thing?" I replied that I did. Down came
Lis trucks on the floor, and while
unlocking thorn, he rati over a list
of no! ions so Ions that I thought he
could hardly have samples of them
all. In a few minutes be was in the
centre of a circle composed of fan
cy articles displayed to the best ad
vantage, frequently asking me, "Do
you vant some of dish? or can I sell
you dat?" At last bis trunks were
empty, when he asked- '
Vat is vantedr .
. have got the small-pox? I re
plied, "and want something to cure
it.n - : r
He looked at me a moment my
pimpled face confirmed what I said;
so instantly gathering up" his sr tides
with both hands he crammed them
into his trunks laces, fcilks, combs
aLd everything, all together.
But tumbled in promiscuously, his
cases would not hold them so ta
king op the rest under" his arm, be
rushed oat of the house, exclaiming,
"Small-po'x! te'r tuyfulr After
laughing all that some fever and
more headache would allow, I conclu
ded that 1 had at least taught one
pedlar to knock at the door of a house
1dttinq it THiCK.-r-The Yankees
we mean the real Connecticut
thorough breds they who make
sausages from red fl mnel and turnips
chopped fine, have always been con
sidered the 'cutest' people on earth;
that in a trade or. genteel, irrepara
ble swindle have always been look
ed upon a.3 having the capneity to
distance anything.- But a German
who used to reside in one of our
country towns, a number of years ago,
is ahead of them all. On one occa
sion be came into Buffalo with buns
to sell, and among the rest,' sold a
dozen or two to a well-to-do tavern
keeper, also a ; German. The quali
ty of hams was recommended as ex
cellent.'. This old German, in demon
strating the acuteness of his coun
tryman over the Yankees, told' the
story in this wiser f-You may talk
apout your tarn Yankees scheeting,
but a autchmanEcbeetiL'gmesomuch
petter as a Yankee never vos. He
pring me some hams dey was can
vas nice, so petter as you never see.
I puy one two dozenall so nice
ana u you ueiiTe ae scneat was so
magnificent, dat I eat six, seven
eight of tern dam hams before I found
cut they vos made of wood. "
The' following crumb of comfort is
dropped for the benefit of gentlemen
wearing moustaches: . ,
. Kit hates moustaches: ''so much hair
Makes every man look like a tear."
Bat Fanny, who no thonghtcan fetter,
Bursts out, "the more like bears the better
Because" her pretty shoulders shrugging
"Bears are such glorious chaps for hugging."
Accommodating. Ragged Boy
Please give dad a short pipe. .
. Barman Can t do it. Don'
Ragged Boy Wby,he gets drunk
here regular every Saturday night,
ana sometimes tnrougn tnc wees.
- Barman Does he, my little dear;
then here s a nice long 'un for him
with a bit of wax at the end.
The great Doctor Jennings,
London, sent the following lines with
a couple of duel?s to a patient:
Dear Madam, I send you this Bcrap of a letter,
To tell you Miss Mary is very much better;
A regular doctor ntf longer she lacks ;
Therefore I send her a couple of quacks. .
There is a divine out west trying
to persuade girls to forego marriage.
tie might &3 well undertake to per
suade ducks that they could find t
substitute for water, or rose bads that
there is something better for their
complexion than sunshine. The on
ly convert he has made is a. single
lady, aged sixty.
Leap Feoq. Who but Hood could
thus mako this rude game subserve
a poetical purpose? Hear him in
his description of a storm at sea:
The sun went dovn with a Hood-rod flame,
- And the sky grew cloudy and black; ;
And the tumbling billows like ''leap froj"
Each over the other's back. ; ' '
The young married couple who
Ihcnght they could live on love and
moonlight, find there is some virtue
in baked beans. For taking the ro
mance oat of young folkv- marriagt
ia nearly as bad as 8 lawsuit
J. JF. Wallace & Co.
Produce. Forwarding and Commission
Ailhe old stand of Elliott Thompson,
' GIVEN TO THE PURCHASE OP
Grain, and all kinds of Produce.
November 1 12m
ffflllE copartnership heretofore . -
J3. existing betweuu the under
signed is thisdav dissolved by mu
tual consent. The business, wilt ia the future
be conducted bv Mr. Thompson, at the game
stand, where he will be pleased to attend to
all orders for Groceries from Bedford and sur
rounding counties. All those indebted to the
old firm are earnestly requested to come for
ward and closo up amount due us by Cash or
Note, as it 13 important that the old business
should be closed up as soon as possible. The
Books will be found in possession of Jo. II.
Thompsan, either of us however, are fully
authorized to make settlements for tho old
firm. . J. M. ELLIOTT,
JO. II. THOMPSON.
Slielbyvffle, Sept. 21, 1854. - -
i 111 a gguivaa vjuisi
Successor to Elliott Thompson,)
Forwarding and Commission '
Uepot St, Sbclbyvillc, Tcnu.
store a heavy lot of Sack and Barrel Salt
SL together with a good lot of bugar. Coffee,
Molasses, etc. JO. II. THOMPSON.
ShelbyvilU, October 5, 1354.
WE have this day associated ourselves to
gether in the Wholesale Gro
eery, Commission, Receiving and
Forward! j? easiness. (Succeeding
Evans & Cummings.)
T. M. COLD WELL, '
Of the firm of Coldwell & Co.
. J. F. CUMillNGS,
Of the firm of Evans $" Cummings.
T. U. COLDWELl. J. F. CrinilNGS.
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS.
Commission and Forwarding
And Dealers in Provisions,
New Brick House. ' Depot Street
TNTENDING to devote my time exclusively
JL to Hotel keeping at the dhelbtville Inn,
I retire from the Grocery business, and take
pleasure in recommending the new concern
(COLDWELL 4- CUMSIINGS) to the patrons
of E vans 4" Co-mminos, believing and knowing
that they will give satisfaction to all who may
deal with them; (Cummings, the active part
ner of Evans Cummings, remaining in the
D. S. EVANS, .
Of the Una of Evans $ Cummings.
Dac.l, 1S53. Slidbyi'ille, Temu
WE have just received 50 Bags "(I o if
nrime Bio and 20 Bazs Havana XlZZJi
II IDS. Prime N.O.
lObbls. Crushed " -,10
" Pulverized "
For sale cheap for Cash.
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS,
DiC.'l.' ; ; SJulbyviUe, Tenn.
BARRELS No. 1. Kana
wha Salt, 300 Bags fine
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS,
Dec. 1. Sfettyville, Tenn.
WE keep constantly on hand a
larcra ouantitv of Flour made
at the Bedford Mills, which we warrant ejual
to the Cincinnati or St. Louis 1 lour.
COLDWELL & CUMMINGS.
'Dec. 1. - V- StelbyviUe, Term
TUST received 125 kegs of Nails,
J thobestarticlemade in the United
States. COLDWELL & CUMMINGS,
Dec. 1. . Shelbyw'lle, Tenn.
ICHiEL SHOFNER would respectfully
inform the public, that he has become
the Asent of Richard II. Pease, for the gale of
Threshing and Reap i us Machines, to
gether with the Railroad Uorse 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 day. The two-horse power ir. 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 ho will not order any
more than he has special engagements for.
Those wishing to purchase, will address
Dec. 27, 18356m. SheRymHe, Tenn.
BOOTS ASD SHOES.
LADY'S fine Kid Lace lioots.Uotb -A
Gaiters, do Cloth and Goat Boots,
do Polka, do super sewed Goat, worn.
Wax Peg'd do, Lace Boots, large sizes, Ladies
India Rubber Over-Shoes, Deerskin do for
travelling, Misses fine Kid Boot, Calf do, Goat
Polka do, Childs fancy Taylor do, Roan do, La
dies White and Satin Jud do, uents' Ualf W.
Boots fine Kip do, Ex fine Pump do Ex
size, Boys Red Top do, boys and mens Bro-
gans, Mens Uubber and Deerskin Uversnoes,
Homemade coots and bhoes; for sale by
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons
HAVE just deceived a splendid
. stock of fine Bonnets and Bon
net Ribbons, which I will sell cheap as
am determined to Eell them. ' Call and see
April 3. T. C. GOODRICH.
LABD in bbls., Feathers, Beeswax f 'A
aad Tallow taken in exchange Jew
for Groceries, bj C. B, & W. L. CABTY.
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
NEAR TOE DEPOT,
FRES3 ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES.
Bags . best Coffee;-
10 do Old Java do .
MOORMAN & SPERRY,
10,1856. Shelbyvil'e, Tenn.
Sugar and Molasses.
OS Hhds. N. 0. Suai;:
" 100 bbls. mil verized and crushed fjuHxzi
5 boxes Loaf Sugar. , Sugar;2
Just received this dav from New Orleans-.
; MOORMAN &' SPERRY,
Jan. 10." Slielbyville, Tenn.
Boxes Pint and Quart Flasks; S
" 25 do Tumblers' and Decanters; g
'50 gross MAtches;
50 doz.'Mason's Blacking;
80 do. Shoe Brushes;
50,000 G. D. Caps;
10 doz. Lanterns;
10 casks S. C. Soda;
5 bbls. Mackerel Fish;
10 half bbls. do -
20 kits ' do
. 20 doz. Willow Baskets:
10 doz. covered Buckets;
25 doz. Wagoa Buckets;
10 nests painted Tubs;
15 doz. Quaker Brooms;
For sale low for cash or produce, at the
Wholesale Grocery of
MOORMAN & SPERRY,
Jan. 10. ShcTuyvifle, Tenn.
Ke3S Pittsburg Nail?; ffiL
25 doz. Shovels and Spades;
20 pair Counter Balances; -500
pair Gate Hinges; . "
10 Mill Saws;
15 Cross Cut Saws;
25 bars Cast, Shear and Blister Steel;
For sale by MOORMAN & SPERRY,
Jan. 10. SheByvllle, Tenn.
Cigars and Tobacco.
O K Boxes Va. Tobacco, ass'd;
10,000 La Napoleon Cigars;
10.000 Fix Star do
5,000 La Luna do
20,000 Patapsco do
10,000 Bloomer " - do- '
. For sale by MOORMAN & SPERRY.
Jan. 10. - r SJwlbyviUe, Term.
Log, Fiftli and Trace Cfcains.
"I K f PAiE8tir.ight Link Chains;
JLtJVJ 100 pair Twisted do
95 Fifth do
25 Log do
50 pair Breast do
50 do' Halter do
50 do Ton?ue do
For sale by
MOORMAN $ SPERRY,
- g'teUyville, Tenn.
. Epicurean Ecpnrljncut.
OA boxes assorted Picliles;
10 io do Preserves;
5 do Jellies; -10
do Pepper Sancc;
5 do Tomato Ketchup;
.5 do Pickled Peacl-es;
2 doz. Ginger Preserves; .
100 cans Oysters;
50 do Preserved Peaches; -Together
with many other articles t0' te
dious to mention, to which we invite the atten
tion of the ladies and dealers generally.
Jan. 10. . : SiuJhyviile,' Ttnn.
ValoaMe Tract cf Lmd for Sale.
nnilE snbscribet being desi-
3. rous of concentrating
plantation interests, offers
sale that every desirable plantation on
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 tho 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. W ATKINS.
Hunts vile, Ala.", May 8th, 1356 2m.
GENTS' Suiir Ex Mole Hats:
. " fine Ca?s do;
" " - "fur under,
Men's Soft Cass Shanghai;
" Pearl Merino Hats;
" Wool. M
Boy's Pearl Saxony "
" Black -. "
"" Pearl Shanghai "
" Cloth Caps;
Mens fine Otter Caps;
" Cloth and Plash do;
Childs Velvet Turbans;
Boys red trimmed Star do;
Blue Navy Caps:
Lady's Bidini flatu, new stvle; for sale bv
Embroideries and Trimmings.
EMB'D Swiss and Jacconet Collars,
Mourning do, Breakfast Lace and Q-X
Honiton do, Goffered Collars, new style, 4
Erab'd Swiss and Linen Undersleeves, .Rich
Setts Sleeves and Collars, Mourning do. Linen
Edging and Inserting, Valencia do. Thread do,
jaconet do, flouncing siiic and imen 13raid.
Bonnet Ribbons, handsome style, More An
tique do, ltibbon lnmroings, all colors. Pluh
do, Velvet do, and an endless variety of arti
cles too tedious to mention. For sale by
Oct. 25. JOHN GOODRICH,
WE want $5000 worth Land
Warrants, for which we will
give the highest prices.
NEIL, MOORES & WRIGHT..
Dec. 13, 1855.
Ready Made Clothin
BLUE and Black Cloth Coats,
. Italian Cloth and Alpacca do
Duck, Marseilles and' Linen do
Pants and Vests of all kinds and prices
Shirts, Collars and Bosoms do do .
Cravats, Stocks and Suspenders, ILc. &c.
ilarcbZ7. "vW. & A. SOUTH WORTH.
Mantles, Embroideries, &c.
FRENCH worked Collars, Chim
azettcs, Cuffs and Undersleeves.
elegant Mantles ranging from 3 to
$ Jo; white, black and mode Crape
Shawls, Wash Blonds, Flouncing?, Insertings,
""K'us3. uusvuca, c. ui me cneapswrBi
of W. & !A. fiOUTHWOBTH. I
rx ixx lax miosis 01 1 '
Tffrai has long existed a public demand for ta
effecthre purgative pill which could be relied on ae
cure and perfectly safe in its operation. This haa
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtue has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
.It is easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all pilli-w one which should have
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 haa 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, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity ; but 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, we
may mention liver Complaint, in its various forma -cf
Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Lis ties sn eta, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos-.,
rareness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body,
Ulcers and impurity of the blood; in short, ny
and every ease where s purgative is required. -
They have also produced some singularly suc
cessful cures m Kheumatism, uout, uropsy, uravei,
Eirsinelas. Palnitation of the Heart, Pains in the
Back. Stomach, and Side.
They should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the bl
i spring 01 tne year, to puruy we 0100a
and prepare the system for the cnange 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
ttimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strength of the body, -and restore the
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 far,
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 pill will
answer a better purpose than any thingwhich has
hitherto 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
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped they are
pleasant to taKe, ana ceing pureiy vegewue, bv
arm can anse '
l can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Box
JAMES C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Cnemlst,
rriee 29 Cents per Box. Five Boxes fox SL
V.T the rapid Caure .t
COUGHS, COLDS, BOARSEXESS,
CHOir ASTliu 1, AAJJ
This remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease.
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount me evi
dences of its vittues in any community where it
has been employed. 60 wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cures,
ht almnat bvpt-t section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
frOnTalarming and even desperate diseases 01 me
Inner hr its use. When once tried its superiority
over every ether medicine ef its kind is too appa
rent to escape ooserrauuii, anu buck iu m iuc
iniwn. ih Tinhlic no loncez hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the- pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climates And not only in formidable at-
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties
of rni.no. Cotrnm. Hoassbvxss, Ac; and for
Child Rxif it is the pleasantest and safest medicine
that -m-n nht&iTlML
As it has long been in constant use throughout
tfiU nMtirm- wn need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the best that it ever -
bas been, ana inac ut genuine uuut m ww vj
Sold by Berry 4-Demoville. Nashville; Die-
mer Jr llamoton. f avetteville, and by my
arrcnta in almost every town of th United
States. v ilay I-4m-
MY stock of Hardware ia very
complete. I bavo a good
assortment of Carpenters' Tools-
of all kinds Mill, X Cut and Hand Saws.
Queensware of all kind's. Come and see-
April 3. - T. a GOODEIttT.
HIE undersigned has laid off blocks of Lots
of several acres in cash, for private resi
dence, and is now prepared to sell them at pri
vate sale to those who desire to have summer
residences, in the beautiful and healthy town in
jTullalioma. We have in the Town Site,
besides the most healthy atmosphere and pure
freestone water, a most excellent Chalybeate
Spring, which is supposed to be mixed with
vv m. aiuiki, Ageni, etc.
May 20,-1852 tf. .
TTODRNING dress goods. Collars,
Sleeves, Handkerchiefs, Veils,
Bonnets, and trimmings. j
KIEL, MOOEES VV BIGHT.
I HAVE just received a Spring sup
ply of ready-made Clothing Coat,
Pantfl, Vests, Shirts, Collars, etc., which
will be sold low. .
April 3. T. C. GOODEICH.
Head Quarters for Fine Bonnets.
WE have the very latest style of
BONNETS, from one of the
best establishments in the city of New
We sell them cheap. v
March 27. W. & A. BOUTllW OliTlL.
TX7"E have this day commenced
v w bui
business in the house formerly
occupied by B. W. D. Gartt, and will keep
consunsiy on nana
Coffee, Ginger,' Borax,
Tea, - - Pepper, -Sulphur.
Loaf, Crushed Spice, Nutmegs,
Brown Sugar, Indigo,' ' Cinnamon,
Molasses, Madder, ": Cigars, - .
Halt, . ..'Copperas. Tobacco, . .
Soda. Alum, Nails, etc. etc
All of which will be sold at the lowest
possible price for Cash, Tallow, Beeswax or
We will also keep and sell on time to punc
tual dealers, a full assortment of Iron, Castings,
Hteel, fjog, Trace, jl alter, JfifthJ Tonne
Breast, Stay,- Lock Chains and Stretchers
Call and see. . C. 15. & W. L. CART Y.
Fayetteville, Nov. 8, 1855. ; -
CARPENTERS, . Saddlers, shoe
makers, Wagon-makere and
Gunsmiths' Tools of every kind al
ways on hand. ' For Wagoners
straps, halter collars, hames; chains,-Celkre
onaies. Dreecninc. w son sneers etc. . .?
r - NEUJ llDOREa k. WHTOTT T
Jr. IF, W.tflcWcllev
HA SremoTed his Office to the South '
Side of the Public Square, in the rfo
, large brick buildicz opposite th fViirt Cst U
House, where he can be found both day and
night, unless professionally absent. Aug. 30.
E. COOPEB. C. C. M'KIXSEY. C. P. CTJjnsi.NGH.a3I
Cooper, McRinney &. Caaninghaia,
attorneys at JLaw9
FAYETTEYILLE, TENN. . .
t e loii., hum coor irom north-east corner
March 27. tf
Drs. DUVAL & MARTIN,
.. . FAYETTEYILLE, TENN.
WHERE visits are made, Phy
sicians' charges may be ex
pected , : . - March 27,1856.
, DR. ROBERT T. SEARCY,
WLL.U continue to devote bis ex
clusive attention to the practice
of Medicine in its various branches. He
hopes by close attention to his Profession, to
merit a continuance of the patronage of his
friends. He has removed his Office, 6 miles
east of Fayette ville, neat Elk river, on the
place formerly occupied by Mr. Brown Greg
ory. July 19, 1855 12m.
ORE Antique Satin Tlaid,
lA-lirocade and Plaid Toult de.
Soie, White More Antique Silks;
Plaid " " .
Striped and Plaid Delaines, all wool;
" Solid u
Fancy " , .
' . French Merinos, all colors; ' . .'
English u "
Super Black Bombazine;
" High-eol'd com. DeLaines, new style;
Blk Alpacca, all grades;
Lady's Cloaks richly trimmed;
Blk and Fancy Cloakings:
" " " Cashmere;
Rich Printed - ' ' "
Crape and Thebet Shawls;
Black and Plaid M -
Spanish Debege for hor?e riding' Dresses;
J aconet and Dotted Swisses;
Dimity, Long Cloth, etc;
Lady's Merino Vest and Zephyr Sleeves,
Allf which are for sale at bis usual low prices,
by I Oct. 25. J JOIiN OOODKICH.
COMMISSION AND PRODUCE
Korth- West Corner of Square,
. .'. FA YETTZYILLE TENN.
KEEPS constantly on hand, a general as
sortment of Family Groceries, and
a general depot for the sale, of Coun
try lrodnce. Jan. 25,1855
T7f7'E have opened a new Cabinet
Ware-room.on the south side
of the Public Square, Favetteville.in ri
the large brickbuildiDg, where those in seed of
are requested to call. Our work, in point of
durability and fineness, shall not be surpassed
by any establishment in the county, while the
terms shall be as low asany one's. FineWard
1 robes, Tables of all kinds, Dress-rig. Bureaus,
plain and common, Bedsteads of anvsize and
quality wished, Sofas, Chairs, Cribs and Cradles,
Divans and Ottomans, Hat Backs, etc. etc. con
stantly on hand, or furnished to order at short
notice.. " , .
We- will, also, make Coffins 'in any style
wished, of oiie-half the price heretofore
I charged, which we will deliver in a good Hearse,
free of extra charge, in any part of Lincoln
county." Come and try us. ' -
. U. A. WILSOX SONS.
Jan. 12 I2m
WE are now receiving, and
in a few dav.i will have in
.store, a Large and cheap stock of
k&ntj ana Staple Dry Goods,
Boots and Sboes,
Hats and Bonnets.
. Books nnd Paper,
Clothing. A.c. Ac.
to all of which we invite the attention of buyers
Our facilities are such as to enable ns to corn-
peto with any retail house in the State, and
our purcnases lor the spnnz trade, though
heavy, were made with great care; and we
think we can safely. promise our frient s and
customers, to furnish them Goods, on as favor
able terms, and in many articles at less prices,
than can be had elsewhere. Call and examine
our stock. - W. & A. SOUTUWOBTH.
March 27. '
TIT'E have just received
and have . e
T f in store the following arti
icles, M .
which we will sell cheap fur CASH L I
b nnas xrown ougar; n ft
. u m -
4 do White do
6 do Molasses;
10 do do
10 J do do
20,000 Its assorted Iron;
200 lbs Cast, Shear, English American Steel
25 keg Nails; " . -
20 boxes Star Candles; ' , . . ,
10 da Tobacco; - .
ID bbls Clover Seed; ' '
Chains, Castings, Hames. Collars. Cutting
and Scythe Blades, Bucket. Sifters. Coffee-
Mills, Indigo, Madder, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Alum, Copperas, Powder, Shot, Lead, Oil, etc.
etc., for sale. .
April 3.- GOODRICH & HUNTER,
Large Lot of Assorted
-! By a B. & W. L. CARTY. .
Feb.21 AttheOld Statute B. W.J). Carty.
BOOTS. SHOES A!V2 HATS.
HAVE just received ci
2 cases gentlemen's calf kipbootsXk 1 1
- 6 do : boys'- do do do
' 20 do - gentlemen's and boys, all sizes:
20 boxes ladiea' fine kid gaiters and 14 do
20 do do calf and goat-skin shoes;'
33 boxes -Lais of all sorts and sizes; which
will be sold low by '-, "
A. ALLISON. T. ANPEKSOJT. "W. D. M'LAJTAHAJT
ALLISON. ANDERSON CO.
IHPOKTE&S iKO WHOLESALE
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
- - AND -
READY MADE CLOTHING,
No. 41. Public hqimrr.
wessel $ Thompson,
yvuMoourz looonn iMzon, or.,'
-y ' 42, Union Nashville, Term. ,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
Dealers In Foreign Fruits,
t LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
March 27,1856 12m
Stewart & Owen.
No. 57 Variet street, a fewdoora Itlow tleir oil
aland, t next door to Y. II. Gordon Co.
NASHVILLE, TENN.. '
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron wares
KLEP constantly on band all kinds
of improved Cooking Stoves: al
so, Stoves of various kinds, such as Par
lor, uau, Jt luted. Box. 7 a.d lf tJ.to
Also, imprbved Coal Stoves of all kinds- En
ameled and Plain Mant!e '
WAaaUO V ALii l 1J ITS. t
Job Work solicited, and executed with
neatness and despatch. Feathers. Gii:serr
Beeswax Pewter, and old Cppper, taken in
exchange for war. etc.
p S. We hope our old customers w ill re
member us in their orders.
Sept. C, 1855 12m.
Two doors north of the Square and opposite the
Nathalie. Inn, NASHVILLE TENNi
TTAVING taken char-e of
aLA this Hon 30. is TrTiflrrt ta B tjfz
accommodate all who may favor S-lffMSr-
him with a call, with good rooms and board at
about half the charges of . the lartro W:
Thankful forthe patronage heretofore extend
ed, he solicita a continuance of the same, and
hopes to give entire satisfaction. Good accom
modation for horses. 3- Honte open ut
ail boars, end meals furnished to suit Hail
Doeui tme.f) Man. 10. 1S."5S.
Ahead of ill Competition.
rjHOSE wanting an elegant suit of
JL clothes, will nnd in our stock the
Guest n 114 niot superior arti
cles of black Frexch Cloth (Simoni's
make,) black Doe Skis CassiMEREs.snd
Silk V eatings, that has been brought to
this market for many years, and at small prow
Arui tee also have
Black, Blue, and Fancy Cloths.'
no do- do rassimeres,
do do - do Sattinefs.
Vestingsof all kinds and descrir-tionq
Cashmercttcs, Drap de Etes, Iulian Hoths.
and 1 weeds for Coats and Pants,
Linen Goods for Coats and Pants, an raxExsa
mock and of all auahties.
March 27. W. &.A. SOUTnWORTn.
- BOOKS, PAFEK, Eic7
HA fJ just received a good
1 . e r 1 ti .
ouiiiJiT 01 J3COOOI tiOOC.o. l a- J
per, Ink, Enyelopcs. JTote- Paner.
tyc., woicn wm ie sold low.
r . . t ... ; ... -
April 3. T. C. GOODRICH.
-L-f Black Canton Crapes,
do Tamisa Cloth.
Lawns and Calicos,
Crepe de Pari,
and White Bereges,
Collars and Undersleeve?.
English Crape and white do
Silk Mid Cotton Hose,
Bonnets, Ribbons and Flowers,
Gloves and Handkerchiefs,
A ecklaces.Bracelete and Breastpin
-at ui-jjow 1 rim.
W. . A. SOUTH WORTH.
SWISS, Mull and Nainsook Muslins, !t
hams, Jaconets, rich plain and fancy 4
Bereges and Tissues, elegant black and fancy
Silks at W. & A. SOUTUWORTH'?
AE take pleasure in an- TTTK. t
T T nouncinz to our f!n . fti ,
tomera and Dealers generally that wc are now
rcceivfog and opening our supplies of New
Being the largeot, m.? taried and desirable
Stock we hive ever haa the pleasure tf offer
ing to purchasers consisting 01 .
Embracing the newest styles of silks, Ber
ages. Organdies, BrillanUs.LawDs.&c, together
with Bonnets of the latest styles and Ribbons
and Flowers of the most beautiful patterns.
Those who want a - Love of & bon nor bVi A11I.I
call soon. Our 6tock of
Embracing Cloths, Cassimeres, Satins, and
Vestings in great variety. .
Also Boots, Shoes, and Hats, a large assort
ment, embracing every variety. stria and price.
Also alarge assortment of UcadyOIade
Clothing. ; -
- We have also a large stock of Domestic
Goods, Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, and
Cutlery, besides many other articles usually
kept in well arranged retail houses.
We invite our old Customers and all other
persons who want Goods to call and examine
our stock before making their pnrcbases, as wo
think we can offer such bargains as will in
duce them, to deal with us. .
Thankful for the patronasre lierefofore re
ceived we solicit a continuance of tbsrfame.
EUSSELL A- VANCE.
P. 8. .Those indebted to as by account ara
reqnested to call soon and close them by not
if not by money the latter will bemucb pre
ferred as we desire to do a safa and promt
business and jell our goods cheap, which w
cannot do unlesj w makt collectiecs. ,
March. 20. -: . B.AT.