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iFayetteville "'Observer!8, w-Ji
TIIUItsipAV, MAl'i 2.
! Candidates 1853,
TAX Coi.LECTJK LIKCOLH COUNTf.
' c3 We are authorized to announce Ira
JC. Ddiiiliit.ja candidate; (of Tax Collector
iut Lincoln County , for J853.j
I Wo are authorized i to announce
Cain;lell DoilUiit.fof the 2d district
n cau Jid.it.it fr .Tax Collector of Lincoln
.County , for 1833. . j
j fr7- AdviertisenientsTrlusi be handed into
iWOiTice py, Tuesday Mornng,z insure
an appearance in the fallowing Paper.
Tho Si.iy No. 'of this yery excel
lent publication is before us. We
prize it, ou account of its intrinsic
merit. We can and 'do recommend
it to tlio favorable- consideration of
! Neatly Printed Blanks.
Constable, and Jusiieefs blanks just print
ed, and for jsale t our denk
i (gf Advlcrli&einenis a re
order in which they are Jia
Fa) ('Neville Grave-Ykiti--
The unsightly aphehrance which
bur Grave-Yard presented immedi
ately aftet the memorable Storm of
February,! 1S5I, lias Lcjbn materially
Its then dilapidated and-
apparently waste condition fence
thrown djwu, touilnstoacs broken
and scattered hither and thither,
monuments qyerturnqd, &c. &c. has
to a very considerably extent, given
t - i
place ton decidedly improved aspect.
jA. new and; substantial fence, which
will ere loig be painted in suitable
jstyle, encloses' the -intire grounds.
V.ilL serve to protect the
frjuiet repopc of the iJead from the
Public Medina;-- I 1
Remember the appointment for
the meeting of the Democracy of
Lincoln, at the couit-hpuse, on next
Monday, to appoint delegates to the
District Convention which is to meet
in Shelby ville, the 10th of June.
stronjr evidence : of
of the intruding beast, it
e the groinds, and give
Virtues are! enshrined
lies a feeling only
;ind christian regard ftv those1 whose
in our mcmo-
to bo" found
fence, and the
former'tasty and costby tombs and
addition! to I the new
t ribute of Respect ". ' . ' '
Mulberry Division S. of T. IVo. 120.
Where is, It hath pleased the great
Worthy Patriarch' above to remove
from our midst our much esteemed
and respected brother, William T.
Crenshaw 1 - who departed this life on
the 18th nst, aged 35 years, in the
prime of ife and vigor of manhood,
thus impressing us with .the uncer
tainty of life and. the certainty of
death, and solemnly and forcibly il
lustrating the truth, that in the midst
of life'jvo are in death; therefore, as
a sense wt have of the loss we have
Reaolvcd, That this Division, in
the person of brother Crenshaw, has
lost a much esteemed and respected
member, and society a good citizen
declining; 100 barrels prime sold at $16J
me?i 18J. -.Lord is dull; 100 barrel
prime sold at 9ffil0c. i
I -i -i ; '
Cincinnati. Ol Flour is firm; 1500
'barrels sold at S3 20fa)3 25. . Whisky is !
heavy; 300 barrels 6o!d at 15J; 445 do at
15jc- . Provisions are quiet- 400 bbls
No. 1. gut Itirtl sold at 5c- nothing doing in
bacon-4 Groceries are unchanged.
i i " i -
: New Orleans, La. Cotton. There is 1
the sale of
yery irregular prices
to us which show an advance of ic
Flour. I ?00 barrels wero sold at 3 50 (or
Ohio; 83 753 80 for St. Louis----Corn
1700 sacks prime yellow were sold at 46
.... Whisky, 200 barrels rectified were
sold in lots at 16fcj.
Memphis, Tenn j-Cotion quotations
Dr. W. Y
ILL-cu tin ue to; iui li exc;i.um?e
attenlioii lo ihe Practice ol Medicine
iti ns various branches
annul-. u fa ins j-ro.esMOii, to merit
continuance of the pairoriage of his friends.
Oihce.oiie door North dl VV.
Office. V ; !
demand,! and we already hear of Quecusware assojted
3f 3000 bales at advancing but jk,,Mj 'a,'d V,a1"Y H
GILL & RUSSELL. l ave just re
ceiveii their largri and desirable stock ol
irie commonest Teas
in? in price from
i i . i ie. uueti nina varw
Inferior. ... i ...... t .4iS?5l
' Middling- f f i ' ' -G(cD7
Good Middling- 7fS)7 J
Fair to Good Fair- ! 7fcD8
Bacon. ' -Common , hams 10 to 12;
tar 1 1 to 124; Rib lOito lie.
CheesH-I'ng. Dairy, 12 lo 14;oId'7j
to 8, W. Reserve 8 to OJ.
Corn is selling at from 45 to 50c bu.
Lard v-j A goqd article leaf, 11 to 1 1 c.
Molasses- Common 30 to 33, sugar
house 75c to 81. j
New Pork. -Shoulders 7c, Sides 8c,
Mams 9c. !
Sal t-.i-Coarse $1 20, fine Si 75 to 2
sack, i : . i ! -Sugar.
6 to 9c nsj quality, Louisiana
9 to Houston 13 t6 15. j . , t 1
Whibky is selling a( 25 4627c. '
- ' J- , i L 1 !i
Savannah, GA.Lotton- -The pales
amounted, to;403 bfilds, at prices ,ranging
from s to 9ic. I ricis about the same as
previously reported j
Chattanooga, TiiNW. Trade has main-
auxious to sell.
Circuit Court for Lincoln Countv.
ITIarcli Tel-mi 1853.
iraE. Dou.b.uaDd.ther lBjlJ for
cb the v are
RlaJ 27, 1852.
John Martin and otners.
N motion of eOIllI)fMD8nts, foun?el.
and it appearing to the satisfaction of
liie Cltrk of said Court that the defendants
John Martin, James M:rtin, William S.
Maitin,'Eli.slia Crown and wifeMary A.,
Rachel Baldwin, Francij Bush an;l wife
Elizabeth, Lewis AuLurn and wife Rebec
ca, are non-residenis of the .State of Tennes
see. It is. therefore, ordered that publica
tion be made lour successive weeks in I lie
Fuyettetitle Observer! a newspaper pub
lialied in the town of Fajyettsville, Tennessee,
commanding said Ueiendaijis to appear be
lore the next Circuit Couir to be
ItlcELICOY & CUAWFOUD,
IJaVE recently received! t 'their
Drug store, North side of jhe Public
Square, Fayeiieville, Iresh from 1 hil
adelpliiia and New York, anl addition
al tupply of Jglkcixe. Medicinet, Diugs,
J aims, this, jviarnishes, Dye btuUJ Window
Glafs, Putty,! Peifutnery, fine $oais,. Teas,
VV in es Bru n dies, Snuffs, Sega r nine, coin
nion and amoking Tobacco, Surgicnl Initru
ments, 8ic. StcL which makes their stock un
surpassed if equaled by aa estaelishnient
outside of a city. j i
, lney nave en nana, ana are oaiiy receiv
irtfj. ,an extensive collection ol the best
1'atcut !JIcdtcincs extant. I Tlieir stock
of this kind ol Medicines embraces most of
the popular! pieparations o( the day. .Hav
ing obtainejl ojur Dru?s and Medicines in
fact, every iilnr we have in store llrom the
most reliable Drosgists East, we leal no he.
itancy in fecoiheodin2 .'hem to the public,
physicians. aiid merchants ircnerallvn. 89 nure
and genuine,! lieing resolved to centintie a
permanent, reliable Druj business in. Fav
eiteville, 6i:r customers nd the coLniuni'y
generally, may reiy uon oui siaieinents wnti
most implicit; confidence all articles shall
come up tii the representations given
1 he ladies in part icular, and thie public
generally, are jnviteu to our unequaleu se
leciion of PcriumcrT. It is vaned aud
decidedly tsty. . Come the fust opjjortuuitj
and view them.! ;
Farmer?, Merchaiils, and other bu'iness
men, will be supplied with Castor Oil, rjweet
do. Spirits rufpeotme.raregunc. Laudanum,
Lssences, ratejut Medicine, Sic. &c. by the
FAYETTEVILLE, Tt'N. '
DEALERS IN j I
iUcdlcliios, Paints, Dye-StullV
ila$, j I'erruiucry, Soaps,
Brushes, Oils, Varnilio,
: i'anry Article,
tract:, &e. !
LOOK TO VOL' It IXTEUEST!
CoME.nll ye followers culapius
and the public generally; lo Die.mer
ON MaitDAt . ihe'5th day of Jolt, 1852,
at the court hvu door in the town vt
Fayeiieville, I will offer lor sale to the high
st bidder, fur cath. to satisfy , taxes and
charges on lands lying in Lincoln County,
j for the year leal thai the lasts therein ie
lmaio due and njnpaid to wit: ( " -
(' John VViiliainV heirs, one tract of Land,
1 200 aeree. Iin in Civil District No. 23,
valued ai $100; fae 22 cents; Cullertor's l
l; Clerk's lee jU 50; Printer's fee $1 50
uavm rugn, one tract ii lanu, oi-u Brres.
lying in Civil District No. 19. valued at 30t;
tax.s GG cents; Colleetoi'-s lee $lj Clerk' fe
SI 50: Primer's' fei il 50. Sarah Moore.
i..-.. ..... ..r i .-.i oruii ........ : n r-.;i
W & Hampton's Medical Uenoi, where !n.,.-, ... c, ... iu
K you will hud a ttpltndul dssortmtnt ol i ,, . , ,- A , , ., ,i , - r,.
.r-"1. i . . . .i IT , cems; C)IIector s lee 51; L-erkSieeSi 00;
!- - h and Pennine Jlcdicines se ect-1 n . r m ? . .....
i .....i . . .i. i.-.k.L .1. iPrmfer fee Al 50. James Moure, one tract
t. . . c, i oi. . f land, 201 acres anJ one po e. Ii2 in Civil
Snpnial a enlifn riven lu n inn Phvsir.iaii' .. . 1 l ' ...
it- - . o a
bills. Call and examine our sjtock and pri
ces, and' you snail be suited
For sale by
APriI20. : DIGMER& HAMPTON ;
S" bRGICALTIS'iRL'.TENTS, ofHAat
; rixisti, fjr s il" by ' :
DIEMER &. HAMPTON.
the conrt-housfi in Hie biwb of FaYetievillo. ! ,inP!, if ,tv;rid
on the first Monday in Ju y next, lo. .answer The orders T of local nhviiicians and all
others pronintjv attendid to. and then me-
set down lor , scrimiuns r;it-liil!v comnounifpil '
The liberal trade we Imve : heretofore en
joyed, encourages the belief that with our
tained considerable ai
past week!. Buyers of Cotton, Bacon and
Corn. &c, huve been numerous, and prices
have remained buoyant. Flat Boats con-
are pleased to
in cm 'Ties of
kionumenlii! stones win
hud m'nrked the resting places of
' .the clicribhcd de.id, we
iiotiee a m.'iiriiificeiit
cenlly erected to t'uo
James llidzcll, his v
, daughters. We adm'u
ture, becau.ie it, distn.Ws ;)pproprite
iiess,und an unusu:dd(irrco of ten1ev
iiffection. I Much ;i' the civdit.fov
" the design this uniii
column is due Gen
ini'def standj firt deliu
- It j'ould be fainti
to attempt a word in commendation
of the spirit that prombts to the hu
mane, christian, and goU-like ,deed ol
thus marking the final
uifn this Subject would
extended space in our pa
ll our dread, that we will
. i 1 1 . -i ... t i
ipbiicu in inobuuni, aim in
too many instances forgotten, tomb,
view it as the most invi
ted, and endeared spot on
wear the usual
mourning df our Order for the space
of 30 days.
licsolccd, That a topy of the above
preambleand resolutions be sent to
lot of 100
' . .i i . t- i
Resolved That wo deeply sympa- ia lot ?Ar,ve' 'el "ar!le 13 f'ot S,ullea
tuizc wiin ine lamuy anu menus oi
the deceased, in their irreparable and
.(filleting bereavement, j
Resolved. As a further testimony
ol lour regard lor our deceased brotn
cr, that we
lie Observes office with
: publication and also to
the deceased. .
May 23, 1852.
nvi'12; is from the St.
per. With ;
ttoou be deji
ated its out
praise for us
abode of our
j l.oliis Iiilellig'-ncer if tlie 16th inst:
CiiuL tuA. .Misst.un river boats
louu 'yestt rday report the Cholera
J raging to some extent, junotig the
itiniuiants at St. Joseph. - On the
i . . - .1.. V...i
i uay prc ions lo iue ufpauuie u?
the onoi;?. five dja'Jis occurred at
an encamnment, a short distance
Irom the town; ,
From, other fjuartcrs we havr
rumors well , authenticated of the
appcai hce'of C holera, or a disease
t nnessee produce.
Cotton - There wut n linlc excitement
on this article last Saturday. ' A
bales was sold at 7, tlie highest
the seasob'.' Several lets changed hands at
a shade foss.- About pOOO b. ales now on
Corn ! A slight, depression perceptible
in this article, attributable to tho delays in
making shipments, andHo the largo receipts.
65 and GOe, sacks included; ut the river.
Bacon Market firm with upward ten
dency. '. A good arn'cle cannjot be bought
lor less than 11c. A boatload sold last
hicht as soon as la.iised, at this figure.
Sales of pmaller lots hah-e been made ai 1 1 4
Esrcs and C
imalion during the
c'iuplainants' bill; oiherwibe, the same will
be taken for coutessed, aiid
hear:usr ex parte as tu iheih
JAMES U. CtllfJCOAT, Cletk.
May 27, 852-4l
11 1 'i
Circuit Court for ILiucoln County,
iuarcu A'crni, 1 1SS2.
David C Hall and others i ,', , ' ,
. i tJ f Bill lor sale of
Jefferson Wilson others, j" Lanf ' .
N motion of complainants' Counsel.
and it appearing lb iHe satisfaction of
the Clerk tlni tin? delendamk Jefferson Wil
ton and wife ClarenceL Mary. Sarah, and
Aaron McKinhey7 Josephine Wilson, Miles
rtenbett and wile Adn iie, and three minor
heirs of Caroline EdiiiSstori whose nnmes
are notknoWn, Samuel pIfinson and Rich
ar.I A. l'inson are non residents of the
Slate of Tennessee. Iris, (lieielortf, ordered
mat publication be made lmbr weeks in Suc-
ccfsioiijn the Fayctlceitlc Observer, a news
paper published m the now 11 of Fjvetteville
Tennessee, c'oinmahdini said defendants to
appear before the n-xt Ctircoli.t Court to be
be holden at the c ourt -l.bufe in the town ol
Fayeiieville, on the firkt Monday in Jul.v
next, tu answer complaiiantH' bill; otherwise,
the same will be taken for confessed, and set
down Jor heni'r ex paHe at; to ihem.
JAM KS U. CIllLCOAT, Clerk:
May 27, lfco2 -4t
lickens in good de
Fish, plenty at G to 8c.
us, it sucms that none but
can consider it otherwise.
Me cark Lut
v ting, hallow
' ej.irth- To
It is to the grave-yard . that we can
retire, and there, over the charucl
: liouse of lepartedfrieuds, refresh
our memories of their many virtues
ntil; kind 'offices. The Cither, the
ir other, the brother, the sister, the
' jsc ri,1 the daughter, the wife, the hus
b; 11J, will all '.here! find a suitable
jilkcc to relieve the oppressed soul of
soine of its burden, by a profuse
flow-of sympathetic tears. Then, if
thb I gravc--ard be so precious so
- Jcjeplv inU'iwovcn withall tho finer
; fcdlings of the soul why not dcco-1
rate it with suitable ornaments and
fit emblem .? Why ; not have the
mignificent monument rear its pin
' naile aloft,a!id point surviving friends
to the gloriolus ahd triumphant abode
: of jths" soul on high? ; And it not a
i raoiiument, let us employ that which
is rithiu oui reach. Jbven the rude
stohc and humble ivy will strengthen
the! recollection of; the mnn)eicel-
lencles and (:ndcaring!ties of a long
since departed friend. In a-word,
let jus. beautify and remember our
cniie-vard t-the final home of us all
" We have (several communicatioris
on h'and, whicli will .-ippear in our
By the Av
zn; of Peoria
alanchc w learn that
oris, a wbalthy cili-
III., .died j on Satur
day L ot a disease resembling" Choi-
aftef a brief illncssJ
has been firm, w
Ughthess of the a
tie tbcome in, the
Monday the hig
Tuesday 7 85;
8 05: Friday 8
lows: 7 bales ut 8j
The total recci
To same dates
Sugar - - ''-The
Sales at 4iQ7c b
Coffee. . Sales at
Is Latest Dales.
NksnviLLE.TtNX. Conor.'. Tho cot
ton mirket durini tho week closing to-day
iih a steady demand and
Owing however to the
tock on hand, and tho lit-
salcs have1 been email.
G)Pt price paid wns 7c;
Wednesday 8c; Thursday
BO thesales of tho live
this county, bv Wr II. Moorcs, Fq.,
Mr William ClaCxcji and .Miss Mary
White. ' p , t j 1 ...'.'
In Madison county, 'Ala., Mr. Henry J.
Nii'E and Miss Maky E. Pollard. -In
Maurv county.' Mr. John 11. Farley
and Miss Mey L. IIolden,
In Jackson county, Ala., Mr. W.M. II.
Shklton and Miss; Mary V.: Kin.
It mm way! Ncsrro List.
1st, Name of oegro is given. 2J, complexion
and height.! 3d, age. 4ih. description. 5th,
owner's name. 6;b, date of. coniuiitinerji;
da;s being 753 liiles. Sales to-day as fid-
ic;2 at8ic; 97 at 8J.
its at all the southern ports
to latest dales amount to- - 2.709.955 baits
Tnronso. . . J . . fi4f) flfi.l
liags- There is considerable demand
Whitennan is paying 2dicasl
for all that he caik tret.
lcmand continues steady
lr the hhd.,and5ifo)7i by
is a fair demand for
11c lor Rio. !
Flour- - We quote Tennessee and Cin
cinnati 4fa)U the finest St Louis "brands
are held at $G
Salt-'-'-Barrel Salt' 81320., & bushel;
Lead, pig 5c, bar 5ic.
Dried Peaches, m 75(22
Godry's Lady's Book- 1
The June No. is to hand. The
iMinQ irri'imns. reading matter, &c
evinee the highest order of intellect
In ctemi fdr the literary appetite,
t7wJy haslio, superior
I ! I TE5NESSEE,
Hardtman County, Bolivar.
Sfenjet.Mark cdppei color. 51 1 lOin high,
40yrs old, felon on his left hand, liaJ on a
cioih cap audj liney coat, weighs about 170
lbs; to Itichatd ; Holland, Lawrence co, Ala.
Committed Aprl 14 1852.
Cannon Counln, Woodbury.
Kendal, black,5ft 10m high. 40yrs olJ.scar
on forehead over left eye, stout buili,1 proiiu
ded or thick mouth, short ch'n, under bum
tooth out, weighs JGU or lG51bsv, had on old
brown Jeans straight Coat and pants: 1" Wm
launders of AberdeenMiss. Com, Dec 7 '5i
'! ALABAMA. ; !
Tallapoosa County. '
Jeremiah, cpior: A, about 5li "2in high, 35
or 40frs olil;! to Cillam Nickiasun. Coin
mi aed Aug 520 1851!.
j Mobile County.
Lucinda. black gixl.Sli Sin hi?h,20yrs oM,
3 small scars onj right arm: lo Mrs Llizabeiii
Hiiislev. living near Gjaioesvillei Sumter co,
Ala. Cjommiited jMareh 12 .(852. j
This List5 will be;in;rcased by ariy. ar
rests that uiay be 'published in Tennessee,
Alabama, Or Mississippi Fub,Fayet, evllle
Ubserter. j !
"Old lime sweeps on ivith icy breath,
To chill the swttli si flower in deatlir
Se'U.'e its form let H;aut.f bfcoin:! '
lis truths shall live aljove the tomb."
HAVE oi en d a roojm in Cunt. IlIXES'
Nlw Buiulicg, iho one occupied !by Mr.
Hughes' during ..his stay n Fayetiev lie, for
the p urp'isa of taking Vagvei rEotyp'kLike.
iXEssf.S; wl-.pre all are injvitedito call and see
my Pictures whether they jsit for a Like-
ness or not. UHCuernoivnis rut nr in
Lockcis, llreast Pins and" Fancy C.i'sc's. .1
have the Papier Machp, Klite Hays and
Cold Matted or Kossuth, nn plain Cuses
Entir-p satisfiiciion given or no charge j v To
the Ladies 1 promise to make their pictures
boaii.iful wuhoiit flatteririg ihem.
Mav 27, 1852 tf.
Sark, fine SI 60 b I 70; coarse SI
Candles - - Tl e supply is ample.
quote Tallpw 9 t 10; Star 20c; Sperrj
Whisky Pr ce of good rectified
18c 3 gallon
Bacon Ilanis 8jQ9c; ShoulderS:
8c: Sides Clfa)9c; hog round 8c.
Lard Scarce and hi demand.
ut C to 9c. r '
Corn Meal, 40456 bushel
Corn, 1 75T32. bbl
OuU 25ffi30c & bushel
Guber Peas, 6067c & bushel.
. Flax Seed, GSfapo bushel good de
! j List of j CMrny jTakcn ITp".
Dried Apples, Si 25. .
Wool, 28a30e,.. . . . : '
Green Apples. 5 bb. ,
Irish Potatoes, ciitj w Xim' -
Sweet Potatoes. 2 bushel.
Kf.w Yobk. N. V. Cotton isbrfsk; COO
bales middling upland sold at 9jc; Orleans
dnni9tf?!r!....Flour t steady; IO uois
State s.ild at 84 06fp4 25; Indiana at 84 12
431; Southern 84 3 74 62- W heat
ye is selling at 73Cj-
is unchanged. - I
Cvrn is scarce; round yellow Bells at
J3rf mixed vcicrW
ai G365.. .. Pok iJ UuntsVille (13 tntles). May 11 1852.
1st,' Kind of aniiualjs given. 2d, color. 3d
description. I 4thJagi. 5ih, poster'sname
Gib, place and time of arrest. k
' l,incol rJocNr. '
Mare, sorrel coloir, dark colored tail and
(lax mane, streak or white blaze in the face,
small appearance of gear mark on ibe right
shoulder, barefoot all round, no oiner marks
perceivable, about 14 hands high, supposed
to be about 7yrs old appraised to $12: by Jas
S Bedford, 1st dis, March 27 1852. '
Horse', sorrel, small white strfak Irom the
jaws down on the nose, small scar onMthe
right bind foot, about 141 hands hisli, about
4yrsoid this spring, appraised to $50; byas
Salomon, inn uis, Apri o icox.
, M RSH ILL COCHTV. ' .
Hov$e. deep bay, two white hind feet,
marks ol gear on him, blind in right eyp,
large ancle on right, G yvars old; bv Reuben
Yarborough, Dis Kb 6, April 13 i852.
Mare, bay, large round white spot in fore
head, some saddle spots, left bind loot broken
down at pastern joint, shod behind, one shoe
on belore, about 151iand j high,' 10 or 12yrs'
old: by Wilie B Iloper, 14th Dis. Jan 8 1852.
FRAN ELI 9 COCKTT. .
'Horn, sorrel, whitish streak runn'Rg down
his Tace, blemish in left ! eye, left hind loot
whit", right lore and right hind feet shod, 15
bands. 8 or 9yrs old; byjWm McGrew. 7th
dis. ou Rock Creek. Marth 26 1852
'Horse, clay bank, shod all round, white
inane and tail, some white on left fore foot
and tight hind foot near the feth ck, blind iu
right eye, some! marks ofLgear,6 or 7 years (
nld. 16 hands high, appiaised to 00; by J"un
P Turner, on the road bf'AVro Itoutt" from
ICT Samp.'ps of
the above U
seen at the
store of outhworJii:, Moroan
WILL attend ai ihe times
herein designated, for the V
ceivinff the STAfs'and Cpchty
Tax tf", due
for the year 1852, in Lincoln Cpun
rj"o. - Districts.
IGih Millville, .
II th Wesley Cbapel.Friday,
I2ih Commons's,; Saturday,
tflii! Fayeltetillf, Momjay,
9ih Millard's, Tiiiesijay,
10ih King's,, . ' We'drjesdar.
5;h VVIiitinan's, ' Thursday,
Gih Gross's, Friday,
7ih Hurkeve, .Saturday,
17th Kellev's cret K.Tuesday,
3J Tucker.cresk. Thursday,
25th Arnold's, FnjJay.
21tlj Count's, ' j Saturday,
23J Mrs. Foster's, Monday,
21st Edmondstiu's, Tuesday,
May 20. 1652. i
MQ rLOW, Col'clor.
ALL ai our Cheap
Iloub and Heady
Corner Stre foi
Fancy Silk Vests;
Wool Velvet do
Cassimere and othtr
Linen Shirt Collar. Sic. 8cc
SOUTH WORTH A
For din Bands, SawiIilllJJeltsJ and
i r.Rivirra BELTS,
For all Ji.5t!iJs ol illaliiucrr.
lilS Belling so high y recobmendfd fur
Gin L.inds and opiN bells for d A i v i ti r
Machinery, is without "hesitation a3serted to
be superior to Leather or anylliinjr else now
in use. for the fol!nwhtr klniple reasons:
1. The perfect equably of wiJtlvand thick
ness which it will .rpiain
2. Ir will beaf 300 dpgJees of beat without
injury, and remaiiij pliant in any degree of
3. It is of great n.irentih anU durability.
does not ?i.ip on the l'ullies, cohsequenily a
ril!l f tlOVVt'l' iti iliot. mi, I tlrhon '
adjusted to Machnifry, lov UOt require
nlieratton, as is the case Willi any Other
We reiipecifnlly invite the latientioin of
VAN HOLDERS to this article which EX
PERIENCE has proven to be superior to
a:iv oilier material lor Loltun O n bands;
tdf A large nsfiorimeit always on hand,
and furnished of given lengths and widths.
at shortest notice.-
Alc, Steam Pa ch inc. and IIosei of the
All for sale by
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
Hardware Dealers. Colle" fcir
extecsive and vell selected Mipplies. we can
meet all demands in our line, to a desired
increase of our business. ; ' i
" ' j j il I j," May 20, 1S52.
LAROEIand bselul culleciin of all
the best I.iiiiiueiiis for sale cheap
' McELROY & CRAWFORD.
. EXTRACT or (OlTCi:.
McELROYi&. CRAWFORD have juM
received ;a fresh supply of Extract
Of Coflce, which they nfl'er low.
.jj May 20, 1552.
District No. 21, valued at $75; taxs 44
cents; Collectm's lee $1; Clerk's lee $1 CO;
Printer's fee $1 50. Willis Hoiil, one tract
uf land. 200 acres, lying in Civil District No.
21, valued a$250;t.ne 55 cent; Collector'
fee $1; Clerk's fee t 50; Printer's fee gl 50.
Ja 'lies Sl.elton . one tract of ltnt. 50 acres,
lying in Civil District No.25, yaloed at $15;
taxes 33 cents; Collector's ler 1; Cleik's fee
$1 50; Printer's fee $ 50. SuUn Sullivan,
one tract, ut laud. 14 acres. Ivinir in Civil
; Collector's I
1 100 acre. I
ued at J300;
Rramlics, Wines an.1 Aloo
ZiJsl liol mepicihal, lorsale tvi
Apruiyj.- j DIEMER & HAMPTON. VViIl.r,nj Dvidn. ,.; ac of hn,l.7G ace-..
I Iintsi and Oils.
TA1NT.S and OILS of all kinds, fur sale
D I E M E R it 1 1 A MTON.
TTINDOWi GLASS of all .ize
DIEMER &. HAMPTON.:
A POTHI GARY'S FURNITURE, and
ll VIA IJS assorted, for ale by !
tales $1 10
one tract of
b, valued at $0; laxts Iti cent.-;
ee l;Clerks lee 50; Printer's
Faulkenljeiry. on irnrtof land,
, iog in f:ivil Dihtrirt No 20, val
laxes frfi cins; Collector's fee
lee 50; Punter's leu $1 50
Apii!29. DIEMER St HAMPTON.! weeks, and
To the 1-idics.
We hnV reeivrd a splen
jiving in Civlil District No. 10. valued at 500;
Ooilector's lee fl; Clerk's tee
feel 50. Alexander Ciawlord.
land. 40 acrs King iu Civil
3, valued ai ,r.00: taxes CGrent-.
Collector's ee Y Clerk's lee 1 Wt Primer s
lee l OO.
WM. DYER. Tax Col'eelor.
April 22. 1852.
Spring Urcnlar. j
7"E have teen leeeivinjr labob scpplieu
froinlthe Eastern Cities fc-r several
now have the pleasure ol hii-
- nomicinj ihat we have
kunrcL and vabud stock
Pure; Wliite Lead in any quan
tity desired may he had by applying to
.May 2ft. j McELROY &. CRAWFORD.
Indigo and Madder. !
fgUIE vpry best ; article ol ImliO and
JL Itliidtler constantly on hand.
May 20. j MCELROY &. CRAWFORD.
' l I. FT AUDI'S!
YENETIANj Red, .Spanish briivn. Lamp
black, Kejl Lead. White dej. Litharge,
crome - YeJIoW and (irceii, Pais (jn en,
Prussian Biue, &c- &e..Just received and for
. McElROY 4-. CRAWFORD.
May -M. :
LINSEED, Sperm. Fn-h, Nr-artfedt
Castor, Sweet, Olive, Cod Live
Itc. for sale by I I
McELllQY & CR.1WF011D
i . " j TKWsYVK. BE
d asort-! 'mp??t c',tDTTvl.'ft AVITl Z'.T.W?,)'
iivi.i ... m . tiiMii n iiirt
infirm n l Ini iif r'arila MmIiAmc P.ii.d.
which we w
lopes. Note a'd I Li'iipr P.iper. to which we
politely invite v'our ppcial wtieniimi. Give
us a call, and we will endeavnr to plea?e von.
DIEMER & HAMPTON.
April 29. ! j 1
Jvlr opened, a l,i uf BOOKS,
which excel any ever brought to
this ruaket. amimjr whipli are to
be found, Mediealj Hisiori'ral. Poeiicul,
Blank and Scliold Books, that are generally
used. DIEMER &. HAMPTON.
April 10. . .
small adv inc
in blare a very rx-
ould be much p! ased j o have
lomers and the trading public
gent-rally to call soon and examine.
buy our Gnods in the best markets in
ptaies, on the most Javorab.i
tern" willing to tell at a verv
e on cost, we will o:i-r in luce-
M stock ol Chemical embraces
V- iuihiii ami ircfiii prepanuli
attention is called to them and
in particular, i .1
McEL R O Y CRJ1 WFOR D
AIN r,Saii, Vhiienah. Varhish. Hair.
Clothes, Shoe, Tooth, and Ciamel Hair
McELROY $ CR.lWFORD:
ftlay 20. j
IJluUKUMEUIES. Fancy -An rlos,
jl lognes, Pancv Bottles.
tJloVes; Lem-rn, Sa?safras, Hemlock. Rose,
Peppermint. Cinnamon, Aniseed, and most
other lancy Oils; Perfume B-.xes. (Utra (3ne
Alrl'.l nnir t. ri .irAvinn ;
E have j it baiid a hue assortment of
Pcsi, Note and Can PAPEB; ENVE
LOPES of all kinds; PENS of every desenp
tior.; INKS ol the be$i quality.
Apnl2'.) DIEMER &. HAMPTON.
OEGARS. ol rHre tl tvr; hue Chewing and
iD Smoking TOBACCO: SNUFF.- in Blad
ders, j Bottles, and Papers, and sundries too
numerous lo mention 1 1
Apnl 29. DIEMER & HAMPTON.
men!-, which cannot lai) suit purchaser.
We trust by keeping a st'rk ol Goods inle
riur to nin-.and an increa.eJ endeavor to
please, to merit and receive a continuation of
Hie very tibeyl patronage extended us since.
our curiimerceinent in
which we bfg have tu
businem.i and tor
return our sincere
COCDlKKir, BUCHANAN & BEAVEBS.
April it, d52.
JO CHARGE for Pbescbiptios, or
COUjCLTATK'H I IN BELATION to dis
ease,! .DIEMER &. HAMPTON.
A pril 29. - I 'I - j
"7"JLL te continued as neretoltre.
?? i DIEMER & HAMPTON,
April 9. ';
CI ON ST A .VI LY on hand, a supply of the
J most popul.it l'ateiit MtHlicine.
April 29. DIEMER &. HAM P'lON.
Fresh TEASol all kinds
Itind can be
Ihe lowest maiket price. J Our
sortment i very superior.
McELROY . CllJl WFORD
May 20. '
or sa'e at
' 'j ' . ! soap. ;
EOllNSON'3 celebrated Chemical
9 Soap always on bund j This is believed
lo be ihe best and the cheapest- Soap- ever
invealeJ. Come and seej' -
!! McELROY S- CRAWFORD
. -May 20.. : :
V of re
7., and !
Tiillahoma Lots. J
ffflHE undersigned has laid ollj blocks
JL LOTS of several acres in each, for i
vate residence, rind is now prepared to sill
them at. private sale to ihos who desire to
have summer residences; in th beautiful
add healthy town of Tullahoma. We
have in the Town Site, besideji the most
healthy almosphere and pure frerjstone Wa
ter, a most exrelleni Chalybeate Spring,
which is supposed to be mixed tjrith wliitt
sulphur. i '
Wm. MOOKE, Agent, &.
May 20, I852-tf.
Salt! Salt!-0arrcl knd Sack Sail!
1 AAA . . n v w o 4JI ! Mt
t jkivw u t it n I. i. 1 m.m . nutv (U I
lis ving direct front Kenawha worlks
l o 21,
Uo 24 ,
and for sale at TULLAHOMA. by
! J. GRIZZARK
Who keeps a corjs lant supply of Srojo-
.1 ; rie, ot evepy description, at wholesale anJ
; rtil 'l ;rtkp .mt c p c
1 ! May 13. 1852-3
E have on band, and will cfinlinu;to
keep, a large lot of Leather of till
kinds Bridle and Harness, Uppeij and Sale
Leather. i GILL &. RUSSELL
VN hand, an assortnien of
Sole Leather cheap.
AT C OST.
EAUTIFUL Muslin de Laines, Embrdi
dered. Printed arid Solid Colors; Plail,
Black, Alpacca, Bombazine, English aid
brenclv Merinos, Bt I
J. L. THOMSON'S,
Soulh E'il Corner of the Public! isquarcl
April '1, Ibo.i ! i .
OlilGAN' k NEILi ;
Ladies' Fine Dress Goods.
Rrcn k handsome fiz'd Brocade Silli
do Gro de Na,
New Style Robei
do do Satin chemDamask
I Plaids; &.C. &e
SOUTH WORTH, MORGAN & NEILi
New Arrangement. !
fWlIlE subscriber has bought ihe interest of
U W. II. MooREsi in the Store House,
Goodsi; BoOrtS, NoieS, and Accounts, of
.moobes & I homsoji.S and ihe subscriber is ;
i,..'. -..t .i j ii. . .i i
iuiic auiuunru iio coneci ine auiuuuia uuc
the firm, and is responsible lor its debts.
Being penrianeritly located in the mercan
tile business, I repectlully ask a call from
ibe purchasing public, i My Goods a rp offered
as low hs those ot anv House in Fayptteville,
New, jBcautiful and (heap
picixs (;oods. i
- Tn attention of the Ladies is par
ticularly called to one of ihe rnust
hnndiome stock ol Dress Goon
evtr disp'aypM In Fayeiieville. coinpiisn g
Kich procaue Uresi Silks:
superb Darnbik j do
eplvndid Embroid'd Robe ' I do -magn
Tic Til Flounced I do -
blk Gro I; Rhine and Watered do :
do Brocideand Damask do
fine Emliroidered an-l Striped Berages;
elegant Punted Challey?;
beaulifu Plaid Piiplrns;
handson o Figured Grenadines;
Paris Printed Berage Je Laines;
Lawns, Tarlatans and Prims;! -
Wbne Cioods, Ginghams, Sir. &e.
These Goods are verv select, embracing
all the late! t STitis out. Some of then
are much finer iban any beretofore brought
tu this market, and we rely on the fine tasie
of the Ladies of Lincoln o ensure their sale,
(iOC'l RICH, BUCHANAN & BEAVER.
April 15. i
JAS. L. THOMSON.
Staple and Fancy Goods. .
! A rcLt Supply, ol every variety,
rjualny, and yrice OimeanJ see
! Jn.i9. J. L. THOMSON.!
liace Goods, etc.
ACES, ttdgings and lnseitings;
i Capes, Collars and Cuff. ; ' j
Linen Camn jHaiidkercbiels; Jc Neck Ribbon;
Berage and (-'rape Shawls and Lace Veils;
Bonnet and SLikh Ribbons ami Trimmings;
V reaths. r lowers anU lal.s;
Milts, Gloves and Hosiery;
Parasols, Faiii, fcc.kc.
For sale ve -y cheap l)y "'
OOODAICH, BUCHANAN X JKAVERJ.
Apr! 15. ' i
Brown, bilue, black, and green, beautiful s
250 Bonnkts comprising; every a-
yL '-,y v1 1,1 ie uu uiun
of every qikaliiy tine, uper-
hne, and cdmnion.
it w nutrmtirrt
Mlks tiiil Worsted iool. !
For Ladies' Dresses, very low-
want a good article
J. L. THOMSON.
laeenvare aud Hardware.
.A general assortuieiil ol good and
' 3 common qualmc? bich we are of
Jy fWingasioiiisikiii3.ly low. t
Jan. 29. ! J. L. THOMSON, j
Sn'ar and Coifce.
Ca, As eooo an article, as can be
found in Fayeiieville, and astliea
as any une can ailord 16 sell.
J. L. THOMSON.
Hats and Caps. Boots and csnw'
Slloef. S;.un Thread; To-
Lacrn, fioe and common, &c. &c,
J. L. THOMSON.
yleS just received and fur sale
BCCHANAN & BEAVERS.
TT ADIES Kid, Calf, hn-f Kip buoes andi.i
JLA Guiteis fcuppihne article;
Wen's Gulf, Goatee! and Kip Shoes;
d bite and exira tine Calf Boots;
do Water ProofJ Calf and Kip do
Cloths, etc. !
GENTLEMEN would do well to call at
the store Jit Goodrih, Ihuhnnan Sf Bea
ters where thfy will find an Unusually large
and very superior assortment ol
Cloihv Cakslmere and VeMiiiK,
in great varii'ik, and which tiiev are anxious
lo sell at louer prices than Goods ol the
same rjualniei have ever been sold in this
market. GiVt them a call before buvtr.2.
April 15. I i
Wc have ju.-t received j Moleskin,
Beaver, Satin, Olie-r, Mexican, Hunga
rian, tvossum, iviagyar, t int. I,, giiorn, iiar-
icaibo and Panama Ilatn, making otr assort
ment decidedly I he largest aud, must com
plete we have) ever i lfeied.
OOO D a I C il , BUCHANAN k BEAVEBS.
April 15. ' j j.
Boots and , Shoes, j
Ml cash IlootH, Nhoe, Kro
Kaui and Oaitrrs comprising ev
ery Alylie and qtality b.r MenV, Boys',
f Youib', Ladies', Misses' wear'reo ived ai.d
for sale at renbirkablylow prices Ly
' GOODRICH, BUCHANAN & EEiVERI.
do heavy Kin and Mud do
Boj6' aud Youiha' xtra fine do
Negro Bmgaris good article.
Come in soon, and let me see what can be
done for yo'i.. Come eome and ee.
-'April 22. . j J. L.ITHOMSON.
Alvrays on Hand.
Sugar, CoflVe, Castings, Nails,
ran, Steel: Fifth, Trace," Halter,
Siay, Breast, and Tongue Chains; Stretchers,
and Crasa Cut Saws. Tell all come and
see. i J. L. THOMSON.
I Cheap Cash or Credit Corner.
April 22. 1852., j : j. ,
I ! Charles lOakford's Hats,
s oe lounci at no houe in town, ex-
cepV at iill & Ituvseir. Gentle
men, tbey are of scpkbior finish, and have
an extra! toocu m shape, that has nver
belore been sen in ibis market. Call and
get one. (There are "aidy a few more ol the
same sort, leli."
April 8, 1852, i
KEEPS CC NTANTLY on hand at bit
old stand, at the Tan-Yard, an excel
lent supply of BOOTS and SHOES, HAR
NESS and SADDLES of all kind; together
with SOLE. UPPER. HA R.N ESS and
SADDLE LEATHER, ol a sopeiior qual
ity; all of whidlf will be sold lilw lor cash.
or exchanged Ibr barter.
April 1.18.13. JAMES II. COBB.'
IILL & Rl'SSEL
until the whulrt
ol ibe Boaid
if . ' !
Turnpike Notice. 1 1
lQ OTICE ttaal . per ceul on earh hae of
il Mock subii-ribed in money to the Fay
etieville, Mulbjriiy Lf.nchburg TurBf",ie
load. isiequire.J n be paid to jamts itrim.
id Board, on or before ine msi
i. a Jil ; I. ... I
V next, iinu a caa ;i -j
made, on ihe sime slock of 3 per ctit. lo be
naidonibe filter each andrvery momli.
SlllOUni IS pniw J . j .
PAUL INGLE, Sttl y
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