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From the Southern Cultivator.
Restoring the Fertility of Old Lands.
Mr. Editor: prevailing fault
of fanners in this country is the want
of improvement Most of them are
impressed with tho' belief that it j is
easier to clear new land than it is to
restore and improve old. I have
found, from only three or four years
experience, that it is easier to restore
two acres (where it is not too broken)
than to clear one; and I can make
the improvement at times when ; I
cannot work on the plantation -I
mean when it is too' wet by saying
manure from my horse and cow lots.
I have fifty' acres of old worn; out
land, which I intend experimenting
unou hoxt venr. It has been sown
in oats for the last three years, jbut
this year I have it in corn, and it is;
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so entirely destroyed that. I amcer-i
tain I shall not gather more t to ten
U1, f .lV U1U at T r ' luT"!for these in England is- at Coventry,
I shall raise a totally fair crop ofi. . vr:1 h r vnn;. . ; ,,
pea vines i naye neen saung ma-jia ft th- y of
nure for this land since the first of i W0Yen .Q a v tholi h
February and now ; I think. I have sojnctimcs it y 'jVoJcg Lrc
T 1 1
suuicient to make it brimr a laircron
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of corn nextyear. j This manure has
been saved at times when my labor
would not have been worth anything
in the plantation. '.The plan that 1
intend to adopt is, to ridge up. my
land about the first of February with
-double hoTEO plows, very deep. Ij
ehall haul m? manure on the ground
just before I am ready to plant, which
will be between 20th and 25th of
February, when I will have the midH
die or water-furrow filled with ma
nure, and drop the corn immediately
upon it.1. I will have it covered with
a turning plow with a furrow" on each
side, and then run alanre iron tooth
harrow over it, to djestroy all the
large clods and flatten the ridge.l i
;. I am a strong advocate of peas for
improving lund and I never have
lost stock of any sort from them, only
when I allowed them to run unon af-
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tcr they had become rotten; and I.amj
satisfied that it is from neglect; onh
the part of the farmer who loses
stock. Tea news snouia oe pasturea jajso maQ of
as soon as the peas ripen,, and tbcki "j-j.-- cros.
of 'all kinds require salt often while Laoawith
usimrtliem at least twice a week.
I wish your opinion of my plan of
manuring. My manure was saved
from horse and cow lots, I shall al-.
so use rotten cotton seed.
Hinds County. ; j
O.nion SeedI Whether you sow
your onion seed in the spring or au-
; tumn, there can be- no- jdamage in
I testing its quality before committpg
! it to the earth. Whether from the
dishonesty of seed raisers or seed
vendersve know not, but the fact isin
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iat much of the seed!
vendea now-a-uajsis oauj xuu 104- j
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lowing recipe lor lesung iu quaui; j
is from RCCS' Cydopicdia: i j
Tie a lhimbk-ful of the seed loose
ly In a linen rag,! and put it into 1
vessel of hot water, suspended by a
thread; in ten to ! fifteen or twenty
minutes pull it out, and if the seed
are genuine, in that time they will
have germinated or sprouted to the
extent of a quarter of an? inch
A correspondent of jhe Albany
Cultivator gives the following recipe
for curing all wounds and' running
sores in horses: , -t ;
Take corrosive sublimate arid red
precipitate in equafproportions, (pow
dered,) and put j. them into a vial.
Wind a litlo tow or a rag on the end
of a' stick, wet it and.apply it to the
wound, touching every part with the
mixture. If a running sore, ! it
fihmi'd be probed with the wad. This
has never been known to fail. Only
one application is necessary.
. Adam was a farmer while yet in
Paradise, . and after his downfall
condemned to earn his bread by the
Eweat of his brow. 1 ,
Job, the honest, upright and obe
dient was a farmer, andv his stern en
durance has passed intG proverb. :
St Luke was a farmer, and divides
with Prometheus the honor .of sub
jecting the ox for . the use of nian.
Socrates was a farmer, and yet
wedded to his calling, and glory
his immortal philosophy. ,
Cincinnatus was a farmer, and the
noblest Roman of them all. !
Burns was a - farmer, and the muse
found him at the plow, and filled him
with poetry. . j
Washington was a farmer, and re
tired from the highest earthly station,
to enjoy the rural life, and present
to the world a spectacle of human
greatness. ; ,
To these names may ne auueu a
lost of others who" bught peace in
the cultivation of their mother earth.
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. Concluded.) .!
Satins have the woof passing over
several threads of i he warp at a time,
presenting a very! soft- and glossy
surface. 1 elects have the woofjecrics, jvvliere, from morning till
thpown over a small wive. If Uic; night, and hum night till , dawn, '. a
wire irere drawn7.it would show ajperson entering the town may find
rich arrangement of loon:?; but be
fore it is removed, these loops are
cut, which' gives it the appearanco! of
a rich shaggy texture, intensely deep
in itp color, and having a smooth and jtje four kings is thoroughly studied,
fine appearance. Florence; Cenon, and from the school-boy to the grey
and some other cities of 1 Italy are jluired veteran from (he miss ,in
most noted far the manufacturo of; her tcciis to the mother of alaYn-e
velvets. At present, the French
velvets niadjjt Lyons are much es
teemed, llilbdus are usually woven
as narrow lustrings, but sometimes
SAtm is intermingled i in stupes o
ra , T, , .
L,lbbous The -. . mamiory
something like sarcenets, but 'have
the wajrn and woof of different thick
nesses. Persian is still thinner, and
more flimsy. Tiffany is a very thin
silk, having some stillness given: it.
n wasjiormeny useu lor uimniings,
but it is now out of fashion. Game
is a, silken-fabric, quite transparent,
held together by artificial stiiibnuSg.
Paisley, -in Scotland, is famous "Tor
jthis delicate material, which is used
j chiefly as a trimming-to ornament
! stouter fubrics. Bond'ctrine isafab
jric formed partly of silk and partly
I of worsted. This'.is woven at Nor
wich, in England.' : It is- worthy of
remark,jthat there has always bedna
ditHculty in dyeing bombazine,! as
those coloring materials which fasten
jupori wool, will not lay hold perma
nently oi silk. One man alone, a
dyer in London, had the secret, by
which he could make the dyestrike
on both at onti operation. Of course,
fc tbe in Us hanJ
an(f made a
lirtuuc by it. Crape is
raw silk; it is woven
jmg, and is highly . stif-
itx and jrum. llavlnp: a
'pcculiarlv dull appearance, it is ai
The salmon, though a salt-water
fish, swims u
our rivers to spawn.
ght on their ' return, in
The rivers of Maine
supplied with this fish,
which t.lift firs
t of the season brinsr a
high price in the great; cities, where
they are tra asported, j having been
packed in ice or preservation. This
fish is in great demand when it first
. . . , 1 f1opmp.i t;v
Kill I M J VJ.'tVVtVW
pomu tnllo Lh :n n.AVax. In Fill.
fc feats the rivers of the
jrilish isIes chiefly n the summcr
t- tl pv flrn vwv nlrnttli)! Thcv
time, thev arb very plentiful. They
are frequently caught in j wears,! or
gratings . built across j the stream,
which are so contrived as to let the
fish pass-up the . river, and to siiiut
close, and prevent their coining down
again. '.. J5ometim.es they are taken by
a spear, darted into them when swiiu-
J ming near the surlace. ! This is easily
done at night, if a candle,' or .other
light, be placed on the edge of the
river. T :e fish will always makejo
wards it, and give the sportsman good
opportuni y, either for (i stroke with
a spear, o " the sudden Ijerk of a net
underneath. - In the Tweed,' above
Berwick, (Europe) is j an exceljeht
fishery.; The quantity annually ta
ken at; this one place is ! not fewer
than two hundred thousand. .ij
OLiVES.f The oka oj: olive-tree is
a ; native of the southern j parts of
Europe, 'and is extensively! cultivated
in France; Itialy, Portugal and Spain.
Olives hiiv 5 a bitter taste, but pickled
they provi; more palatable. . A sweet
oil is ob aihed from; them when
pressed, w lich is in very general use.
What Comes' freely, with slight pres
sure, is the finest and sweetest; more
pressure, v ith.some heat, forces, out
a-second sort, not so. pure;' and a
third, still more coarse, is obtained
by the ail of hot water, and still
greater force.. Scarcely any vegeta-
ble produce is more usea; juan 011;
especially in those countries where
the climate is too warm for butter.
Cloves. The clove grows in Am
boyn; as it once did jail over the
Molucca islands; but the Dutch de
stroyed those trees, in order to keep
all the trade in their own power. It
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is the unexpanded bud of a tree, sim
ilar! to the laurel in height, and in
the shape of its leaves. It had its
name in France, because it looks
much like a nail, called in the French
The shoeing of horses was invented
he year 4.S1.
I - Good as Wheal: ;
Or, a Game of Cards for a Wife
In the State of Tennessee, there
is ascertain village, boasting of ! its
tavern," three stores, and four ere
in thb tavern, groceries and stores
aforesaid, one or more groups play
ing cards. Gambling there is re-
jduccd to a science the history of
f;l,mlv t!ifv :ire. initintpd into iIip
ni)steriesof big!), loivy jack, game
right and IMtbowcrs the honors
and the odd trick. One of the best
players jn the village, was Major
Smith, the tavern-keeper or as Jie
expressed if, the proprietor of the
hotel a! widower who like
i . 1 i 1 k ' - .
; . j "Jepthi, Judge in Israel,
j ! Had a daughter passing fair."
I Fanny,' the daughter, was one of
the prettiest gills ir Tennessee, and
therelore one of thei'tUiest in the
world for we here digress in order
to lay down as our ipse dixit, that
Tennessee women in point ol beau
ty are matchless. , The sweetheart
of. Fanny was a young farmer resi
ding in the neighborhood, whom we
shall designate by the name of Cob.
I It happened that, one day before
harvest, the young mail was de
tained in the villae.and niht found
him ;as usual at the hotel, seated
between the Major and his charm
ing daughter. Altera desultory
conversation between the two gen
llemenj on the state of the weather,
the prospects of the approaching
harvest, and such' important staples
of conversation, the Major asked
Robert how his wheat Cfop prom
ised, to') ield. In reply, he was told
lhat the; young man expected to
make:,at; least a hundred bushels.
File i.lajor ajipeared to study for a
momcilt,;t!lCll .abruptly Proposed a
game of ul sledge or seu up, the
stakes to ue Dis caugliter ranny
against the crop oi wheat. This,
orcciirse the young man indignant
lyirelujsccl, because he couhl not
bear the idea that the hand of her
he' loved j should be made the sub
ject of a bet, or that he should
a wife bv gambling former; and per
haps becajISC he klCW the-old m3n
wits hard to beat, and there was a
very strong probability of losing
bcjtli wheat and wife. It was not
until the LMajor, with his usual ob
hitinacy, swore thai un!esshe won
her he siiould never have her, that
the young hi an consentctjl op!ay. -
orrhe table was placed, the candles
lit, theicards produced, and the
players took Ihcii seals, with Fanny
between them to w atch the progre s
of the game.! ; The cards were rc
lilarly cut and . shufiltd, and it fell
lb Uie'. Major's Kit to, deal. The
first hand was played, and Robert
nadeijiift lo his oppbncnl's hish.
r .( c ill
low game. Bob theln dealt-
Major begged it was given, and
tjie! Major again made tw his op
ponent's one.. i;
1 "Six tp two' said Fanr.y with a
sigliJ The. Major again dealt the
cards, winked knowingly,; nd said:
;I am good fur that wheat, Mas-
h.v ; :
The old man turned up a trump
it was a spade, i anny glanced
fathers hand her heart
sank -he held the three and eight
sjjots and the king. She then looked
at Robert's hand, and lo! he held
t lie ace, queen, deuce, and jack.
Siie whispered Robert to beg he
did so. '"'J'ake it," laid the Major.
'Three to six," said Fanny aloud.
Robert played his deuce,
Major took with his thrcje spot, and
followed by playing the k
ert put his queen on it
siipposing it was the young man's
last trump, leaned over
arid tapping the trick, said:
jf'lhrit s good as whea
i"Is it?" asked Bob,ns hi displayed
to the eyes of the astonispied Major
the ace and iat k in his mand.
If'IIigh, lov, . jack, gift, iind the
rarne." shouted Robert
if'Out," j sententiausly ejaculated
"Cood as, wheat," added Robert;
as he flung his arms around her
neclc 'and kissed her.
in due time they were . married,
and ever idler that, when anything
of! a pleasant ntiture occurred to
the hanpv couple, they, would ex
press their; emphatic npprobittioD of
it, jy the phrase ''Good as wheat."
I'l'tn casting nccountF,'" ,as the
merchant said when he threw the
letiser at his refractory clerk.
Rail Road Excitement.
Wi'are now receiving direct
from Philadelphia and New York
by the Rail Road, one of the
largest and most beautiful ) flocks of
Goods, that has ever vet been offered to the
ciuzeDSol Lincoln. Those desiring totur,
will certainly find it to their interest to call at
Fulgham's old stand, on the Nori East ccr
wer of the Public Square, where! they will
find Goods ol the vert best quality, of
the latest stales, aud at the lowest
CS EVER offered. - 1 - '
GILL & RUSSELL", ,
I . Extra Fine. !
CrapeJ Silk, and Berage ;ShawIs; a
great variety ol Silks, I?erages, do
Laines, Challey.". Ginghams, Lawns,
Swisses, Averiknople Tarlaians, land etery
thins else lhat carl be c ailed for may be found
ai j I I GILL & UUSSELL'd.
April 8, 1852. I 1
' Ready Made Clothing.
t' Whew ive were in ihe Eat, we pur
ch!ased " JCoats,' Pauls J Vests,
Shirts, Shirt Collars, Ac, which
LITTLE CHEAPER THiN THE
GILL 8t RUSSELL.
April 8. 1852.
0, for the Bee Uive!
INDUSTRY WILL PROSPER!
SCOTTj GKAY & CO
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods, exclusively lor
Have just received and cpm-
nleteu. oiie ol I tie larqcst j"tr )!
and host pesisable blocks ol
Gentlemen's Goods, ihev have ever
offered ill tins market. Our stock consists in
part ot Black and Fancy, Colored Cloths,
Cassimeres and j Doe-Skitis, ol French, En
glish, Belgium, German, Italian. nd Scotch
manulactuie ut the latest styles, and best
make. Vool and Uiuon Tweeds, Cassi
meres and Drilljngs at low prices for Sum!-,
mer and; boys' wear. Linen; Drillings, and
Linen a'nd Coiton PanialonK , inJ Coal
Goods of all kiu'ds. V'esimgs in great van
ety: Satin, Silk, Grenadine;, Eitibroidered
Cashmeres, Sliallie, Valencias, Lir eo, Mar
seilles, Cotton, Woolen, in j plain and all
lashtonaple styles and color's. Jlack and
Fancy Silk Scarls and Cravat; d) Madras
and Cotton of all the desirable styles and
qualities!,.. Pongee, SpittalSeld's, English
and French Silk and Linen Pocket Handker
chiefs; aid tine plain and fancy Stocks with
springs.! B!ack and Fancy, Colored Kid,
Linen, Lisle, Thread, Cotton, Silk, Buck
skin, Woolen, and Beilin Gloves; .men and
Cotion Hall Ho;e; French and Domeitic
Suspendtjrs of ali qualities, including those
of Felt and ot India Rubber suspeifUer wnds,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Walkin
Canes, gliding Whips, Umbrellas, Hair,
Cloih, and Tooth Brushes; Pocket Knives,
superior Razors at d Razor Strops, Pistols,
Sec. Sic; and ever j thing necessary to com
pletegi'iilleuian' ! Wardrobe! j
Thevciaraeter o our establishment is so
well Imo'jvo, and 6!i correctly jappreciated by
a portion lot a lioeral ami intelligent public.
ihal we deem it almost superlioous to expa
tiate upon its merits thus much, howtver,
we will say: that 'our Spring Stock has not
its super or in 'this place both ss icgards
ftOALirr and price. We are, Mie'elore,
(prepared to sell on as" liberal terms as any
regular rtaii estabiistiment in trie btate.
Rey in j upon our Stock of Goods, as upon
our uniform desire to please, !we (eel confi
dent of receiving the award oi an increased
share of ialronage, . !
To Scofij Gray Co's come pne and all,
W here Clothing Is lonnd in plenty;
We have.Saques, Frock and Business Coats,
Froni one dollar up to twenty.
We haveGloves and Socks.Cravats 4 Stocki,
Together with Drawers and Shins, sirs;
Fine Pants and Vests, but what, is best,
We ell -as cheap as dirt.lstrs.
Tailoriusr.As has been; noticed in our
circulais and other advertisements, let it be
borne in mind, that tins branch of our busi
ness is still prosperous aud flowing on in-iis
vastly improved beauty; it being, that we
have al length acquired such; perlection in
the ccttijsg jand fashmmng an, that not one
remains to dpuht that we could hide the de
foimitie8!of Richa'td III, or ; f t Irom Gen.
Tom Thumb who made the; country curi-
ous.and drew them to mines
live person and varied costume u Gen
Jackson, ; wh led" armies to battle and to
victory. (A'nd were it required, we could fii
Irom the fair modelings of Venus de Medici
and the Grefrk Slave, to the vast-chested
Yiur Iriends in haste.
SCOTT, GRAY & CO.
fllHE partnership formerly existing be-
JL tween Fiench & Berry in the ' Printiag
business j having been dissolved eighteen
months since, the undersigned is compelled
io close up all outstanding matters due said
6nn. All those desiring to save cost must
avail themselves of this, ihe last opportunity,
I regret the necessity of incurring cost on
small amounts, but my bituaiion. torccs the
collection of all sums due the firm of French
St Berry.! I hope all those indebted will pay
up immediately without pay iug cost.
. A, Hi BERRY.
March 25i 1S52. j
WVjB IP Filial.
R. A, GRAY &: CO., "i
Have purchased tbeentire slock
of Goods of Shakklin &. Gard-
ker. and are now! clTern g the
same at'unusually low prices for cash, or to
punctual dealer on the usual jume. It has
become very common for Merchants lij say
that they are selling Goods for smaller profits
than any other house in town. This, we
wl leave for the public to decide. But we
will say this much all who wisntojbuy
Goods cheap, give us a call, and examine
our pricesj That is the way to piove the
matter. I Feb.2o, 1852.
Br calling at Ciill Si litis
sell's, can find all that they
coutd desire, iu the way 'of Bon-.
". farasdU. Shoes, iiibbons; Laces, tk-
Points. Veils, Flowers, Wreaths, &.c. &i
Fans, Hosiery, GoVes, &c. &c Mills. Friii
' ges, Trimmings, lMittons lor Dresses, &!, &.c.
j GILL & K'JSSKLL..
April 8. 1852. ( ; ! , j
GILL A UL'SSKLL,
T J"AVE just received a large and desira-
JLt. ble stock ol iWall raper, ana tJoiaef
Fire Screens, and Window Blind
will sell! cheaji.
OCT Office Secor
I . -
door from Hines'
Hotel. . I "
'April 8, i8A2-!-iy-
C. C. McKINiNEY k W. B. MARTIN,
lliornics al JLfitv,
- I' fIyetteville,1 tekn.
QZrOfice, one dpor nprth of Maj. Ross's
Uec. Z, litol. II
O. S.. EVANSi -.
. i ttoIesnlA anti
Receiving, Forirarjling & Commission
Merchants oil Shelivville
W. II. Gordon &, Co., Nashville
iMCUREA & 1 ERRASS, , do'
Eakin &. Co., M do
LeipEr, Ransom St Co, Murlreesboro
ohamklin :& Uardner, Fayetuville.
UOLLIXS i, TDOJIPSOX,
lCeceivinsr anil Forwarding
Also, Agents for Kanawa Salt,
lor Kanawa !
Keep coustaniiv on! hand a large
and WELL ! SELECTCn I Rlflft nl llrv
Goods, j Groceries Hardware, Cut
leryL and Dye JStulls; Indigo, Madder,
Spick:, Pepper, a nil all 1 Articles usually
lor faintly and j
jtsmawn. au . will ie lunched at
Nashville pnoes. adding freight. . Dealers
visiting Tulljahoma will- p.'eaie give us a call
oeioie mahing meir purcnases, rting Ueier
miueu 10 use every exertion to please.
'HOLLINS Si THOMPSON.
. Tul!ahom4, April 29 ! 8524-2m
For Gentlemen. j
Readt-Made Clothing, and
every variety of Goods for Sum
mer ear, lot sale cucap by
GOODRICH, BCGIlANAS i. BEAVERS.
.April lo. ! I' -
I For Negroes.
We have the best audkieflresMot we
have eVer had ot
Heavy double bjled Brbgans;
Uest iwiiieu LiianKeif:
Real Jsegro Kerseys and other coarse
SOUTH WORTH, MORGAN St NEIL.
, WILLED French Cloths; black 'and
iX laucy Cassimeres; . black batin: lancy
si! "v and winter. Vetting, Matiinaw Blankets
al lowest rates no mistake.
2000 yards! heavy white Linsey;
nue : uo
striped or plaid
Brown Jeans. tWrse to extra fine
Jarge all WooU Socks; I .
200O pounds Wool;
! ; lash for Wool!
"1TTE will pay 30ct$ pe pound inCavh
ior ciean wa"neti i ooi, or will gtv
goods or groceries at lowest rites f..r it.
SOUTH WORTH, .MORGAN & NEIL.
July 29, Ifej I , ! t
Lace Goods, ilc.
i : . i
Emb'd Mourning Sleeves;
Needle Worked Cheni ztt:es;
Pans;Trimmed Collar ;
White and Black Lace Cans:
Twisted Silk Alius; I j
Thread Lace Edgings and Insertings;
Jaconet do I j j do do . '
Swiss Bobi Lace Jo lo
SOUTH WORTU, MORGAN & NEIL.
Sept. 23. I -I 1 !
Darter! Barter!! Darter!!!
T ADIE3 Vmg on y.ur barter as last as
JLi you please; we will pay liig:Iicsi mar
kct price, n goods at Cheap rates lor any
amount ol . I . j :
j Good heavy brown Jeans,
Coarse) Woo Socks, I .
Feathers, Ginseng, WT6o!, &c;Jtc.
SOUTH WORTH, iMORGAN &.NE1L.
July 29, 18ol. j
To the Ilonsc Keeper.! ,
We HAtc any and every thing in
your line. Our lot of Glass Ware is
very fane; together with a heavy siock
f Qucensware, Castings, Hardware, Tin
Ware, Bed Tickings, Table Cloths, Homes
tics, &.c. &.c, Give us a call. !
GILL &. RUSSELL.
April 8, 1852.
Shoes! and Roots, j
Ladies'' kid, call and kip Shoes
Men's calf, goal and kip Shoes;
! do fine and extra fine calf Boots;
j do water proof calf and kip do
i do heavy kip and mud .do
Boys' and Youths',. 1 do
Negro Brogans. extra article.
: Lome in! come in! and let me show joa
what can e had at SHAPARD S
I Cheap Cash or Credit C'nrner.
Ox hand Sugar,. Coffee, Salt. Iron,
Casting)", Steel, Nails; log, fi!th trace
halter, slay, breast ami tongue Chain;';
stretchers; cross cut saws; hand, sledge and
stone Hammers. I can't tell all come and
see. i i ' ; SHAPARD.
d ATIN. Moleskin. Beaver. Brush
Mexican. Tamnico and Wool Hats
Cloth! and Fur Caps.1
j. ' ! StiArA
Hardware and Cutlery;
' Boots and Sbpes;
Hats, Caps and Bonnets;
Leather and Tin Ware; j
Saddlery and Harness;
Iron, Nads and Steel;. j
Sugar, Coffee! and Salt;
; Tinware unil Cistin??: i
i t i vneenswarear.u eweiry;
I Books, Paper ftni Stationery;
N'Drugs, Oils and! Paints;
j Bagging. Rope and Twine;
rl93warp and Kioneware.
SOUTH WORTH; MORGAN & NEIL.
Sept. 23. j i ; - ' j
nnWILLED French Cloihs; Black and
X Fauy Cassimeres; Black Satin, Fancy
Slk, and Winter Vestings, at small prol
its. W0 HUMBUG.! . .
jApril22 -'. J. L. THOMSON.
A superior ; article ol Floor, at
the customary prices, by L
Dr. J. B. SpEFFIELD,
ardware cl UiitieiT;
91 if faccages liartl wareaau rJ'
Cutlery, direct Iron; the Euro- (
nean and American Manulicto- il
ries, just received and now opemnfg, embrat-
j i .9.
cing a large assortment of new, 4beap, aud
desirable goods, and which we arte able and
tiling to sell at unusually low prices.
1 Merchants. Mechanics. Manufacturers-
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Farmers, and the public generally, are re
spectlullv invited to call and examine our
prices anu guous. - .'.'..
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! FALL. St CUNNINGHAM,
Feb. 12. College street. Nashville.
WE are nbw receiving an entire new
stock of Table and Pocket Cutlervl
Scissors, and Shears, comprising every vaj
rtety or quality anu price. . j
Feb. 1. , FA l.L &. CUNNINGHAM;. 1
Cross-Cut and Mill S.iws. 4
0TH English and ' American, of 'all
ilenmhs also Circular and Whin Saws.
Feb. 12. . FALL & CUNNINGHAM!.!
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KNOB Locks and Latches; Padlocks.'
. reat variety; Chest aud Cupboard, Till
Locks and Trunk Locks.
Ffb. 12. FALL & CUNNINGHAM.
! J CARPEXTEI2S TOOLS.
TILANES of all kinds, Handsaws an
XT: 'Hatchets, Augers and Chisels, Elge
Toots of all kinds. 1 i t j
F;b. 12. FALL &. CUNNINGHAM.
i i Miscellaneous Hardware.
TiVXS and GunbaWel?; Gun Locks. Curr
X Coihs, a very larse stock: Fiv Pan.
Tea Kettles, Sifters, rSliovels and Tong'?
Coffee Mills, Cotioi Cards, Candlesticks,
Long handle Shove s. Spades. Springs and
Axles, Safety Fuse, Manilla Rope, See. !
Feb, 12. FALL &. CUNNINGHAM,
! Blacksm tliv TanU.
h A RMITAGEMoilsehole Anvils. Vicesb
jlm. an sizes. Drowifs tJellows, warranted
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aics anJ Uies, llhmmers, Toogs, Fiie
and Rasps. Horseshoe Nails. &c.
Feb. 12. FALUSi CUNNINGHAM,
aOO bbls best btaudt
o ml fth. C. l , L7 '-
.v kess utiuiont INAir.s. at.
rt I 1-11 K -
100 kegs Juniata Nails, assoited: for said
! I. C. HENLEY.
April 22 ly
WE would especially call the attention
of our IrienJs and public generally U
our large stock of this article, cou.-tstii2 it
panel The "Old Army Razor of 1776,'f
The Patent Frame Back or Hauler Razr.j
The Hollow Ground Rjzur. all maJe by
Wade &. Butcher, and every one of which;
we guarantee to the purchaser, also
The 'Chrysial Palaca' Razor; .
The Odd Fellows and 'Masonic' Razors
Feb. 12. FALL. & CUNNINGHAM i
Tin Plate and Sheet Iroa Workers,
I Market St. , neur the Public Square I
j NASHVILLE, TENN'.,
jv Keep constantly on hand Tin
Ware of every descript on, whole!
sale and retail. Also. Tin Plate,
Sheet Copper, Block Tin, Sheer Iron, Sai)
Irony; Fairbanks Plailorm aiiJ Counter
Scales; Wrought and Iron Coolt Stoves, of i
the most improved patterns. Also YoJ
and Cook Stoves; consisting ol Frankliii Tert
Plate, Seven Plate Box and Cylinder Sjiovef
Ala.. P-jrlnr H.ilmKurii.l H.... f:..lL ..!
all of which they would respectfully call ihe
alteation ol muse wisniog to purchase.!
i April 1. 1352 6m J-
I. C. IIBili53Yt
I wholesale Gitocn:,
i Market St.. JWishuille, Ten;
TV.V?i Just reclived, from New Orleans
ViAj and Ualtinioie
JU'J uli Js Brown Sugar, assoited;
200 bags Kio Coflee;
100 bbls Mola
10 bbls aniJ i bbls Golden Svrnp, in store I
and fur sale bv
April 22. 1852 ly
1OO0 bbls Kanawha SALT;
hue aud coarse do
Fur aie by
I. C. HENLEY.
30,000 prime Cigars; ,
20 bxef hue Touacco;
10 do Suioking d for sale by
I April 22. I Nashville, Tenn
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30 bbla and Ibis Mack
erel Nus I, 2 and 3;
i 50 boxes Herrinss;
! 50 duz Painted Buckets;
ii 10 nests ol Painted Tubs;
j 25 boxes 'ranges; ,
j 100 drums Figs; '
10 boxes Lemons:
o tierces resh Rice; fnrsale ny '
1. C. HENLEY;
Market Street, JSaslirile, Tcnn.
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i D. If. AVLXSTON, Proprietor.
Since the tire ilns; House has
!A been thoroughly repaued, and
14 is now ready forpuLjiic accotu
Ladies! Apartmen's are; large and
conilurtable, and no pains shall be spared lo
satisfy all who may give me tiieir patronage.
Attached is a well kept StableJ far the ac
commodation of; horses,
j j j. April 22, lS52-Iy
Iarkct-Srqet, Naslivillc,1 Tcun.
(Beliceen Jokmon Weaver and II. T.
j Yealulan's Warehouse,)
i0 CiBllc.4 nn a f 'ah nor 'fit
and BellFoundry. Stills, Brewers.i
SmnhA Con ne rl Mai10.ru' r.nrt,:,t i
&.d. Wash, Stiw, and Tea Kelites. Coal
Stoves, Coal Grates, &.c. Hollow Ware
of a superior article always ou hand. I am!
prepared to furnish Bells from i lb to 50U0J
lbs. warranted ol best oualnv. Ii.mruw.l t.
Generators and Soda Fonts, made to order,
anj warrantea the best in the State.
Plate and. Wire for sale
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truce s improved 1
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Relrigerator and Water Cooler, kept lor sale
ruirbanlt's Patent Scales Irom
Eight 10 Two Thousand Pounds Weight, for
sale at lower rates than any other house ra
the city, and warranted by ihe subscriber.
Old Copper, Brass, Pewter, Beeswax and
Feathers iaken in exchange at market price.
. aprti xtoz Urn
p ,e . ;
JJjL and solid colors; plaid and black At
pacca; Bombazine English and French Me
rinos, &.c; cheap by
Sept. 30. SHAPARD.
Fresh Djmgs, Medicines, etc.
'Tt T) Ihe ODdersigned have re.
ceivetl bj late ainvalsf a Jare
additiou lo their stock of JTTr.l-
icincs. Paints. Aiu r-..?
ry, Varnishes, Fancy Articles,
making ii much larger and better assorted
than ther have ever before oftVr.r
been purchased by one &i the firm in person
with much care and attention lo both pnea
and uualuv. ibev are able
the lowest market rates, and request of Coun
try inercnauu uuu ruysicians particularly
an examination ot their stock. They nave
lately received . - . i
1.000 kegs pure White Lead
1.000 gallons Linseed Oil; '
212 duz Garrett's Scotch Snuff in bottler
26 do Sweetser'i 3Iaccoboy do io do'
36 boxes Scotch Snuff ia rolls
350.000 G D Percussion Caps; . ' j
100 groce best Wood BoxWchea:
175 doz Cologne Water, assorted
100 do Bear s Oil;
54 do Rose Hair Oil;
800 lbs Spanish Float lodiffo-
Ol ...t. D . -7
. A t ri'ci itiiu. linger;
( t ?f " GunpowJerlud Imperial Tea:
It bbls Spanish Whitin-
CO doz Rushroi., Clarke & Caa Cod
1.000 lbs Roll Bri tnstone; i
500 half bozes WiuduW Glass, assorteJ
150 doz S.nukioar Tobacco; '
353 doz Mason's Biackiag; I
00 gross Fancy Pipes; j
15 bbls Spirits Turpentine; i
515 lbs Extract Lojwood.in small boies;
190 reams Letter tod Cap Paper; very
50 doz Hair Brushes; '-
l??A0 S,boe' do sinSle nJ in pairs;
o! W do iolin Strings;
100 do Fine Combs;01.
, ' 70 boxes Shaving Soap;
IWdoz Tooth Brushes, assorted;
COO gallons Winter Sperm Oil;
721 do Tanner's Oil;
20 dozen White WasK Brushes; j
15 do Taylor's Shaving Compound:'
75 groce Steel Pen.; i
't 21 doz Bull's Sarsaparilla; j
1 000 I bs Ve ii et ia n Red . !
EW1N, BROWN & CO.
I Sept. 23lyi i Nashville, Tenn.
Mcdicbo thesis, &c.
3 dozes Mahogany and Poplar
W odd. arid Morocco ZledU iui
.ies(s, receivi c and for sale low. Most of
tie chests wtre made to our oider by the
manufacturer, a id comprise the liuest assort
ment ever oHertd ia this market. We Lave
them ol sizes si itable for platrtations. lauii
lies. ami for per tons travelling.
20 ddZeo empty Medicine Chest Via's;
5 j'airs Medical Saddlebjs. -t
E V1N, BROWN &. CO.
Sepi. 23 ly Nauville. Tenn.N
ERMIFUGE 52 groce McLane'sanI
V. Faiiuestocii'8; Vermilue, io store and
for sale by
ETVIN. BROWN & CO.
A iuuu ruiu. z ounces Abtiev s
l ounces Abhev's best
Nus. 4. 6.8, and 10, rect;vtd
and tor sale by
Sept. 23. 1
VIN. BROWN & CO
IT ! ON DON P4RTEh.Gl dozen London
JLi Brown St'lut. in : otiaris aud min. .1
superior qualitv received add lor sale by
EWIN, BROWN & CO.
Sept. 23. ; . Nashvil.e. Tenn.
ttusineis ia TcliaJio:
ne inii insr.. l intenJ t)einr in
Tulfaliokn:i, with a Intuitu nck i f
Ciros-t'i ii'S aiiLl smh oiber articles as will
mtel Hie demanlls of the adjoining country.
ana iiiiprovemeilts it the new lown.
My (eterinin; ticn is lo be ready.cn ihe
arnvafot the C; rs, to open wnli a rcr.L rJ
GENERAL .iSOBl mektj ai.d shall be prepared
iuiu.mi ine traije witn every Ihiny in my
line, on me Most-liberal terms, at Niah-
vthe prices. J. GR1ZZARD.
: rahvil!e, Set. 23 if
AND. J. DI,T U.
! LATE OF SHEPHERD. DUNCAN & CO.
Auction and Commission Merchant,
i KAS IIVILLE, TENN.
rt!OLESA .E Drv Goods.B 'oi9,Shoe.
T T Hats, Ca 9. -Uii.brellas, 'mid lor the
sale cf Merchan' ize generally , either at pri
vate or public sa le. j
Will have regular monthly sales at Aur
tion.and solicits ( Jonsignmcms of Dry Goods.
Pius-barg and Cincinnati 3Iauu!aciur?; will
give unditided attention lo all business en
(i listed io my care.
Instructions strictly complied with, and
business promptly executed.
Spt. 16-ly AND. J. DUNCAN.
12.000 Pounds Feathers Wanted,
IUR which the highest market price will
. at all limes be gien iu Hardware,
or in settlement if account?. Als.l, Wool.
Ciiuscu?, and Cffcswax, on s-ime ieru.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
March 4. Ig52. Nahvi!le.
HOiiTON &. 3IACCV,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
, Foreign and Domestic Hardware
and Cutlery, Iron and Castings:
Market-Street, near Broad,
tafcA Received, in
i- addition in ihfir i
larse stocx of llanlivnie aiwl fiir-
Icry. &e.. Spears and Jackson's celebrated
Mill X Cnl, Hand and Tenon Sawn. l.-,n..r
and Morticing Chisels. TurHing Chisels and
Gouges. Carpeoiers' Adzes. Horse Rasps,
Flies. &.C. i 'A mil 99 IP".)
t t I - v
i Lockwood Drawing Knives.
1 UECEIVED a large lot of Lock,
wouil's celebrmed Drawing Knives, and
also Butcher's. Dickinson's. OwmtIh'.'
opears anu Jarmon's.
For sale bv
HORTON & MACEY.
April 22 3m
OF-CEIVED a large lot of
A EIoeH. all ni7a in , I,
which we invua
;'"t aunou of Couon and Tobacco Planters.
l orsa e by HORTON &. 3ACEY.
April 22 3m
"WSTT" f? in .t i In T
mm - oiun a irn i hiiifs, iraces
I T and Dills. I'ai a n.na
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vjrauoate 1 wist Augurs, Locks of all kinds,
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Sieel Squares. kc. ike. which we are anxiuus
10 uispwse ol at reasonable prices.
i i HORTON & MACEY.
April 22 3m Nashville, Tenn
H To Blacksmiths.
WE have in store Anvils, Vices. Stocks
and Din.'' Screw Plain Suel f&H
linos;, .nsps anu t lies,, liroim s liei.ows,
Alvm.il'. limit .ii U.U. II .......sr. n.,1 .
large'loiof Ilillmait, Van leer A Co's
rebiietl Charcoal Iron. To all of which we
invite yjur attention.
I HORT6.V & MACEY,
April 22 3ju Nashville; Tena