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In almost all kinds of busing there
have been grent improvements within
t lie last Any years. , The farmer's busi
ness has come in lust though notjenst
for the advantages of. lift genius of im
provement. Yet improvement hasibut
just commenced its work in agricul
ture. Not many years back lh oM
wooden plow scarcely better than a
crooked stick, was everywhere used to
stir the soil and prepare it for seed.
It instill used in Mexico and unimprov
ed countries. ' As in the plow, so in
everything that relates to agriculture,
the work of improvement has fairly
commenced. Yet some are opposcS
to all innovations, and are ever brand
ing with opprobrious , epithets, what
they call improved farming. We must
expect old fogies everywhere. But let
us see what .improved, farming lias
done. V '; : '' ' ' , '
We might look a moment to Eng
land to-see what it has done there.
Till a .few years ago it was the policy
of England to protect its own agricul
ture with high tarifflaws. When her
corn laws were repealed and her mar
kets opened for the grain of the world,
her farmers were thrown upon their
own resources and compelled to culti
vate better or be outdone. It was a
stimulus towards good farming.' They
have sought, for the best qualities of
stock, grains, vegetables and fruit.
Thev have enriched their soil with the
best fertilizers. They have plowed!
j i-:o,i arn now nmW-1
draining, and in a few days will make
the most of the arable land of England
a garden. Tho larger agriculturalists
use steam power instead of stationary
.-vhorse power, which greatly reduces
' their labors. With labor-saving ma
chines to relieve muscle, and the high
culture now everywhere prevailing,
the English' agriculturalist has got
along as well without the corn laws as
he did with them.
The same happy results of improv
ed farming are visible in this country,
though perhaps not so clearly. Wit
ness tho results of labor-saving ma
chinery,' the improvement in fruit,
stock, and fertilization. What may
we not "expect when the whole mind
of tho American farmer is awakened
to all the improvements of the nge
when every farmer becomes a thinker
. and makes his head help his hands
when steam power shall take the place
of much' horse power; when the best
minds shall be employed in develop
ing the resources of the soil, in enrich
ing and beautifying the earth for the
benefit of mankind; . In this day every
farmer, should; become an experiment
er, or student in his profession, to find
oat the best way to make his head
help bis hands.
In olden times farming was little
less than toil; a strain of sincws,a bo wr
ing of tho back to the burden of a
. 'drudge. Now, mind comes in to help
the muscle. Improved farming is far
ming a great deal more with the mind
than with the hands; it is making the
mind lead in tho work. , The hands
. : should not be idle : They were, made
to work. 1 But the mind isUhc guide
and must in the end rule. We look
' with joyful anticipation to. the time
'when farmers shall be the most intel
ligent and honored portion of Ameri
can society; when farm-homes shall be
the abodes of refinement, taste and sci
ence,' and .all that embellishes and
: dignifies human life. ,: j : .
Laughter. -We can't eiuluro a per
eon who never Iaaghi, or who thinks
it a violation of. the 'rules of propriety
to do so. A person who habitually
wears a long faco wo have reason to
dislike. ', ! You may bo sure be U do
void of tho kindlier feeling of the
soul. His heart is n callosity. You'll
find bira hypocritical, selAconceiled,
ani uncbarilahlr. To such a person
we always give a wide bTlh. Vi'o
like him best a-goodway from a. "
On the contrary, give us one who
- believes in a good hearty laugh. Ilo
the-man rtrtu, open, frank, and
i n.. wt-.it. il.. i..'.-..r.. - . r . 1...
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lfl41!V. W 1L 11 LI1U ClIiLIIIIJ.llMIU Ul ItlC
KOUI. anJ Uughtcr U.lts eUervr-3tftic.
. ; HOOPS. '..
A "New Iwventw.v. . The Paris cor
respondent oflfie New York Times
thus describes a new invention which
we take pleasure in republishing for
tho information of eur fair readers.
Let us speedily have the steel rings, as
they will doubtless prove moro.dura
bio than tho ."whalebone hoops, urfd
also give a more perfect rotundity to
the wearer : ' .
From the common starched crino
line they passed to the crinoline with
rings of vhii'lebone,therfto the rings
of whalebone, without crinoline, nnd
within a month all our. belles have
adopted the steel rings the last new
invention.. Imagine to yourself a la
dy in her most intimate garment alone,
standing upright within the hoops of
of a hogshead from which the staves
have, been removed and the hoops fix
ed in position, and you w ill have n tol
erably clear idea of the nr;v invention.
The steel rings are small, almost like
tho mainspring of a watch, and are
wrapped with strong cloth. They
commence small in diameter at the
waist, nnt go on enlarging in regular
proportion to the feet. In front they
contain a spring, by which they can
be enlarged or diminished to small
extent at will.' But they arc usually
worn so enormously large that as the
wearer walks they do not touch tho
person at all. They arc thus healthy,
and as a higienic invention are worthy
of all praise. As the wearer sits
down they fold up with ease that is
from bottom to top, not in diameter.
But they present this inconvenience,
that when they are pressed on either
side at the bottom, the opposite side
is elevated into the air to an inconve
nient distance for those who do not
wish to show tho color of their gar
ters. This the ladies declare to be the
only inconvenience of the ncwaww
iuvc. But in Paris this inconvenience
is not a great one.
There isa sacredness in tears. They
are not the mark of weakne ss, but of
power! They speak more eloquently
than ten thousand tongues. They arc
the messengers of overwhelming grief,
of deep contrition, nnd of unspeakable
AT 11IS OLD STAND, SOl'TH-EAST CONNER
OF TUB suuaiu:,
Winchester, rOsa Tennessee.
Very thankful l'or""tlio libcrnl patronage
heretofore extended to him, -keeps on hand
and will furnish any article in cabinet furni
ture at the shortest notice, cither of hio own
manufacture or cf factory work. He is de
termined that no ono shall undersell him or
give more inducements for custom. Any
article of his own make that does not prove
to bo such as lie sells it for may bo returned
on his hands.
at all times as cheap as any other person will
furnish them, and on the shortest notice, und
sent to any portion of the country without
extra charge. His horse that he keeps for
such purposes is well known and cannot be
surpassed in point of gentleness in any
, July 12, 1850. ly
CITY BIO IT FX.
JOHN W. THOMAS, PROPRIETOR.
SoCTIl BIDS rUDMO SQUARE,
1TI 11 r 1 rcestoor', Tc 11 ncssee.
THIS commodious house has just been erec
ted, and having been well fitted up with new
and clegnnt furniture in all apartments is now
open for tho reception of permanent and tran
sient boardem, and for the accommodation of
the travelling public.
The Proprietor promises a first class Hotel,
and hopes to receive a share of patronage.
February 16, 'fG ly.
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
For tho execution of this kind of work wc
are prepared with a varied and extensive as
sortment of " ,
JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL;
and are nndy to do all kinds of work, such as
' ' DUNKS OF JiVEflY KIND,
U'AMCHLEfS. PROGRAMMED, POSTltt.?,
CARDS', CVUL A RS, RECEIPTS,
FUNERAL TlV'H DRLT(i J.ABELS,
HILL HEaVTUND BILLS, .
and every variety ,Y'Nntinj that may be
needed irr any GuiA -community. We
liopo tita haing njjl chwork will send
in -their order, arid A Vo ounelves to
1 .1 . . ...
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that tho collection of Works of Artdosifrn
cd for dintribution onion; the NubHcribera,
whope names are rocoived previous to tho
i!8th of January, 13.17, ia much larger and
moro costly than on any provious year. A
inong tho leading works in Sculpture exe
cuted in tho finest' Marble is the new and
beautiful Statuo of tho
The bust of the throe greatest American
( LAY, WIIBSTKll AND CALHOUN,
ulso, the exquisite ideal bust,
APOLLO AND DIANA,
IN MARBLE, LIFE SIZE,
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STRUCK! LES FOR THE HEART; '
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Doc. "), lK"j'.i-r.t.
OHIO CULTI VATQIl
IT IS THE FARMER'S St GARDENER'S
OWN PAVER DEVOTED TO
General Agriculture, Live fctocli,
4J.it i-dening, Fruits Ac .
Volume XIII, for j")7, will commence on
the first of January. Published twice a month
1(1 pages and cover. Only 1 a year! No
other paper of its size and quulity is olForcd
bo cheaply to Clubs, viz:
Three copies fur $2; six enpies for $1; Nine
copies for $0, mid a copy extra to the
gottcr-up of every club of 9.
I ayment always in advance.
07" Inquire at your Post Ollico, or send for
a Specimen and Prospectus, and gel up a club
among your neighbors. Now is the time to
look out for good reading for the winter.
S. D. HABIUS, Columbus, O.,
Dec. 19, TG-Gt. Editor and Pulishcr.
Till! CHEAT FAMILY
The New York Lcdgor has now attained
the extraon inary circulation of One Hundred
and Ninety Thousand Copies. Tho Ledger is
devoted to Polite Litcratnfe, Original Tales,
Sketches, Poetry, Essays, Gossip, and Cur
rent News, and maintains a high moral tone.
It is everywhere acknowledged to bo the best
family paper in tho world. Hence its extra
ordinary and unheard of ' popularity. . Mr.
Bonner, the Proprietor of the Ledger, employs
the best talent in the country, and by so do
ing make3 the best paper. Such writers as
Fanny Fern, Sylvanus Cobb, Jr., and Emer
son Dennett, are permanently engaged on it,
and will write for no other paper hereafter.
Mrs. Sigourncy, also, constantly writes for it;
and so do a host of other popular authors, in
cluding Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth, Al
ice Cary, Mrs. Vaughan, Mary W, Stanley
Gibson, Clara Sydney, &c, & c. Tho Ledger
is beautifully illustrated every week.
The New York Ledger Is printed on beau
tiful white paper, and is composed of eight pa
ges, making tho handsomest weekly paperln
the co.in'.ry. " It is published 6very Saturday
and sold at all tho news offices in every city
and town throughout the country; and 10 mail
ed for subscribers at two dollars per annum;
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person obtairing eigt subscribers at $1 50
each (which is our lowest club rates) and send
ing us&H! will be entitled to one copy free.
Terms invariably in advance. Address all
letters to BOBERT BONNER,
Publisher of Now York Ledger, .
44 Ann Street New York.
N. B. Now is a good time to subscribe as
Emerson Bennett's Great Original Novel of
( rontier Life, will bo commenced in tho Lcdg
er n the first of January.
Dtc ID, '50.
AVniKon Tor Sale.
A number 0110 Wagon,
suitable for either two or
four horses. It new.
w ith iron axlci and a good body. Apply at
thin office. . -
f 'OLYAK & FHIZZL'LL,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Will give prompt attention to all claims en
trusted to him. .
J W. STEWART, PROPRIETOR
WEST RIDR rUDMO SQUAIIF
riUS hoiiHQ has been recently fitted up,
and nowly furnished. Tho Proprietor will
spare no pains to make it a first class Hotel,
and hopes to receive aliborul share of patron
age. ' '
February 10, V0-ly. ; 1
I'Um.ISIIHD AT MUKI'ltKIWHOHO, THNNKSSKH,
W. T. T. OTT, PaoruiKTOB,
R. S. NOItTIICOTT, Editor.
07" American in politics; Circulation 1,000,
Terms, per annum, in advance. : ,
July VJ ,ly
North East corner of the Public Squarct
Mrs. Sims, formorly of tho Winchcstra
Springs, has opened a house of TUliLlC EN
TERTAINMENT in the town of Winches
ter, where she would be pleased to receive a
portion of the Public ratronngc. She pledges
herself to render all comfortable who may
give her a call, promising to furnish her tab'o
with the best the country affords.
ttlLIHCAL NOTICI'. "
Dr. A. . t loplois having permanently
located in Winchester offers his professional
services to tho citizens of the county,
Ollicn on Main street, ono door ubove J. 11.
Knox's family grocery ; residence, ono for
morly occupied by F. T. Estill, Esq.
W 1 NCHESTE R , TEN N ESSEE.
' Will attend promptly to all business in his
lino with which ho mav ue entrusted.
Winchester, Octobe'r 10, 1956. ly.
S. V. HOUGHTON.
F. A. I.OUG 1I.TIILLE1!
HOUGHTON A LOUGH.niLLlK,
AND DKA1.KR3 IN HOOKS AND FA NOV ARTlf.ES,
PAINTS, OILS, &.C., &c, .
07" PnHcriptioiis filled at all lions.
JulyaO.'oO-ly. IL &L.
c iiXcJi m a u 1 n c;.
J. M. IlirRRdUCH
Would inform the citizens of this eoury and
the rout of on nkiud generally that h contin
ues to make 'them fine buggies' aod carjages
of cvi-ry duMcription to suit tho tastojf uny
one that will give him a call.
Repairing (iono on liberal terms, j
Winchester, March 8, WoO.ly
JA.TSES II. YOI MJ, t
(Successor to Walker $' Youi,)
SADDLE AMI) HARNESS MiKER.
Winchester, fcrjk Tciiiiesce.
Keojts constantly on lund u noire pre
pared to iiittiiiil'nc- Jr turealllnds of
Saddles, Itridles, and MartLgales
and every description of.
in the neatest and the most diirabimanner,
which they are offering on the nioreaiiona
bio ternid for caoh, or to punctual ealern on
tho uaual timo. Shop oa the east.'ule of the
public square, next door to Esq. Finn's office.
. N. 13. Every kind of produce iten in-exchange
for work, such an corn, iral, H'heat,
flour, bacon, pork, lard, plank, bcrda, shin
gles', &.C., &c.
March l.r, 1850. ly
of every kind, printed on fine rper, and for
sale at'$l 01) per quire, cash. t the Appeal
office Blanks printed to ordeon low terms.
Wo call the attention of thdradiug public
to tho large lot of
we have yet on hand, whieb ve offer to sell
at the very lowest terms lb cash. . Our ob
ject is to close out our stoclby next March,
therefore we are enubledtoffer inducements
to thoe wishing to purch e substautial and
warm Winter clothing. Jail and be con
vinced of the fact. 1:
Dec5 lm . M. &I. NASSAUER.
W. W. NUNNELY, PROPRIETOR,
EAST SIDE OP. !IE SQUARE, '
This house has bei thoroughly refitteJ
and contains large in comfortable rooms.
Good accommodations r horses, and persons
conveyed to any point icy may desire.
Charges moderate July5 ly
I am now prcparl to execute, in the
best style of.the at
D A G U E Rt E O T V P E S ,
at my rooms, oV Houghton & Lough
miller's drug stoi. ' ' ",
Those wishin miniatures, please call
and examine sreimens. '( '. '
The Ambrotpe 1 have recently intro
duced, ami guceed far beyond my most
sanguino expctntlons. They ore surely
b great improemrnt over tho Dagucrieo
type, both yibeapty of appearance and
facility of f;cutfon. , ... ; ,.
.. Bring oi otiBcliildren they , can be
taken befor they can have timelo.move.
Satisfacti- in ill cases guaranteed or no
Charee- . J. W, HOUGHTON.
! THE undorsicnod ore now receiving
ami will havo rcuJy for exhibition by tho
20th ins I., tho largest .and boat assorted
htoek of Amoricnn, English, French,
bormnn nnd Swiss
They hnvo ever had tho pleasure "to
show to the Retail Merchnnt. They havo
spared no pnins nor expense in getting up
a Stock Irom which nil classes ol Mer
chants can select their assortments.
They have muile lurgcr investments this
Than they havo over dono boforo nnd ro
spectfully solicit an examination of their
stock Irom tlio retailer, when visiting the
city believing that with the
vi:ky la IK; 12 asisoktment
And low prices, they will be oblo to of
fer inducements to nil.
MORGAN & CO.,
No. 49 Public Square.
Nashville, Aug. 14, 1850.
New and Extensive Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
43 COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE. '
I-havn just received a lurgo supply of Full
and Winter dock of Uoots, Shoes and Uro
gans for city und country trade, to 'which" I
invite' the especial attention of Mqrcharita
and others who purchase by the package ,or
dozen'. ' '
The bent and most fashionable Rhoe4,''o'f tho
latest styles, nnd very boaulifu! for ladies,
misses nnd children.
Gentlemen's Super French Dress and- D011
blo Sole water proof Bouts, Shoe and Guitars.
This description of stock cannot fail to plouso
in quality and pi ice.
Heavy stock of every description .of Calf
and Kip manufacture tor men and women's!
Negro Brogans, ningU and double sole, and
Mud Boots, extra size.
Sole Leather Trunks, Valices, and Travel
ing Bags, &c. ,&c., all of which will bo fold
ut very low prices . JOHN IUMAGE.
THE subscrbicrs are now prepared to say
that their stock of Fall and Winter Clothing
is euprior to uny they have ever l oforo offered
in this city, comprising every article that gen
tlemen have occasion for, either for adorn
ment or comfort. Our garments are made up
in Philidclphia in the most substantial manner
by experinccd and tasteful workmen, whr.se
services arc devoted to our own especial trade,
and asihey arc better paid than tailors gener
ally they are expected to do all that can be
done to render their work every way neat and
durable. It is needless to enumerate the mul
tiplicity of articles embraced in an establish
ment like ours, as every ono is awaro that,
to do bo, would bo trespassing upon the col
umns of our editorial friendj beyond the ac
corded limits. Suffice it to say that our stock
of gentlemen's and youth's clothing is com
plete, and that every article in tho luriiisliiiig
department may bo found dure. We take
plennuro in saving that wo have n centlv se
cured the Kervicos of the. rt-Icluated cutter
"Harvey," well known to every gcn:!"inun
in I'liihuk'lphia as the man who never fail-;
the system he cuts by is uncxrcp'ionuble,
winch combined to superior juoainfnt Iris en
abled him to acquire 1111 enviable rfpiitaiion
in hii vocation. He h now prepared to take
measures and to exhibit a stock of piece goods
(Utotns, Lnssi mores, and Vetitimrs) that any
gen'lcman can select Irom to suitlus taste
OcWl CLIFTON &. AHHOTT,
A. 1ST. ItOSOOE, J?I. !., '
Successor to W. F. Gray, " '"
WHOLESALK A Ti J IJ35TAIL
J) UUGG-.l ST,
Dealer in Medicines, Paints, Oils, Hye Stuffs,
&.C., Comer of Broad and Market Streets,
Piano Fortes, Looking Classes, &c.
Pianos, Melodeons, Window Shades, Artist's
Materials, Cabinet Makers' Materials,
Oil Paintinss and Engravings,
French Window Glass, &lc
Manufacturers of Gilt Mantle and Pier Look
ing Glasses, Portrait and Picture Frames,
Inside Window Blinds, &,c, .
No. 1'2 College St, Nashville, Tcun
... Two doors North of the Square, ,;
OPPOSITE THE INN,
W. L. BERRY, having taken charge of
this house, is prepared to acccommoduic all
who may favor him with a call, with good
rooms and board at about half the charges of
the large hotels. Thankful for the liberal
patronage heretofore extended, he solicits a
continuance of the same, and hopes togive en
tire satisfaction. Good accommodation for
horses. . ... ...,.'.
OT House open at all hours, and meals
furnished tosuit Railroad time.
February 10, '53-tf. . '....'.I,.
; 'CMFTOY AKBOTT
' No. 15, Cedar Street,
Nathvillc, - Tennessee, '
DEALERS and Manufacturers of Gents'
Fine Rcady-Made Clothing, and Clothing
made to order in tho best manner; Gents' fur
nishing Goods of every description and finest
?uality: Such as Collars, Suspenders, Gloves,
lalf-hose. Cravats, Stocks, Neck-ties; White
Cotton and Linen Shirts; Silk, Woolen, Cotton,
Meripo and Cashmere Under-shirts and Draw
ers; and everything required to render a gen
tlcman's Wardrobe Complete.
February 16, '50 ly.
ririlNITlBE DEPOT. "
J o n ,v r ., J TTMUISO .V
No. 10, CoLtF.cR, St.,
i ' NASHVILLE, TENN.
(fcAll kinds of Furniture, Clocks, Lamps,
alwavs on hand and for sale Wholesale and
Retail. ' (MarlS ly
. i'r (i m n iiiiTi,f
D. T; SCO nV PROPRIETOR,
Corner Spring and fiuniirter Streets
AMERICAN ORGAN 1 - s
VESPASIAN ELLIS, Editor,' y
T 111'- undorsigiiod,member.of tho Nation
al Executive Committee of the American rr-
ly, have ploasure in onBouncrrig' to iho'pMJ'i
pio, tnaisaiisiaciory arrangements lor tne lu
turo maintenance of the American Oman, as
a;i uuthoritatit'Q exponent and advocate of the
principles of tho American party,, have baen :
completed. . .. .', , ' (
Bccommending its labors, iindor these now ''
auspicos, the nudoraignedchoer Uy,conirnenrI"''
the American Organ to tho genrpus confi
dence of the American party, in every paction, .
of tho Confederacy, and they hope its column
may command the svidest cirJMlB4iojv',:.(..':C '
lIuMPiinET Makihau., QtM,l
olomo.v G. Haven, of N..1 Y; M .
J. Monnisoii. Jinni,'o 1 Md.
Jacob BnooMi of Ponn.
WashingtonCity, D.1 C.,"May l5, 1850.
rrospecttis of the American Organ
Tho American Organ having beon adopted,
by tho Executive Committee of tho American
members of Congress, as the central organ of. '
the American party, the proprietor, with
tiew to its general und extensive circulation
throughout tho country, has determined, on ,
consultation with his political friends, to fur,.,
nish the same to subscribers whose subscript
tionsaro remitted after May 1st, and. dorinj .
the months' of May, June, and July, on the
following reduced terms, to wit :
Weekly Organ, for, ono year to sjngle
weekly urgun, lur six mpritli, toein-n;; j 1 ,i )
gle subscribers ..' ... .",1 00
Weekly Organ, for'oDVyeto.'Wclute' J 7."'"
'of eight or more, each '.-W. r l.tnl 25::
Weekly Organ, for. 6. mouths, to clubs
of eight or more, cacti' ." ' ''75
Weekly Orrrun, for tho campnign,'to- '.
wit: from 1st July to 15th November, . . . ,
each - " -' .. ."" CO '
ffj.All communications "should be directed
to the "American Organ," Washington City, '
D. C. . V liSl'ASS AW: : ELLIS. '
ft. . Proprietor.
. i:ast'teknisseii -t -; .
BY CHARLES SCHM1TT.'
2inoxYi!l : .-'.TcnnrjWice.
. Continues tho business of: Marble Mnnufac.-r
tilling at the old stand, adjoining William
Inglu'H 'Mills and Ware Rooms,- on Cumber
land S.reet, opposite the Coleman llouw,'
and west of Collin's old stand, where ho
keeps constantly on hand a largo assortment
of work, such as Monuments, Tombs. Grave
stones, Statuary, Fountains and Urns, of tho
latest stylo, and of the finest and best East
Tenneseee Mnrble, which is highly sjioken of
here and elsewhere.
He ha had experience in Mardle Manu
facturing for the last twelve years,-C8pecially
in tin) largest cities of Europe, and in the
United States; he Hatters himself thM'he
foe Is able to till all orders cancerned with the
above luisine s to a s'ltisfiictioii, at'short notice
and cheaper then the cheapest, ., ,;i,ii;-i:i',..
Drawings nf the above1 work will be sent to
any Post Office iii the State ; so persons abroad
liuvi; a clinnce to purrhnije by letter an- fVell
as if they were hero personally.
0- The East Tenuowee "Marble Works
received the premiums offered by the Fairs
hold nt Loudon, Tenn., Octtihi;' 2fld, v 1855,
and at Kaoxville, October !3tth; vS55,,for;Uie
best work in Marble. . t
' Refer to James Harris,' C.1 ?.' Emfirey' B.
S. Temploton, JVathan J'riEzellvand.otb'ersjih
Winchester. C, M. FARAjEIJ agaptfor
Frankliii .county. " ' ''
' Particular attention wille paid to boxing
and packing for transportation. m,i- ,',''
Feb 32 '50 ly- ,
BATIIINii SALOO-VjAlfii BAUBEK
SHOP, ,- : . ; " fiV,
Henry, the Darber, calls the attention of
the citizens of Winchester and vicinity to his
EXCELLENT BATH ROOMS 1
he has just fitted up in connection with his
BARBER SHOPJ'i O:
These Rooms are supplied with water from
two of the best Cisterns to be found any where,
holding near four hundred barrels.'1 -Warm,
Cold, SJio.wcr and Pouring batbs, also an As
cenoing Douche, very convenient. He feels
confident that better facilities for bathing caii
not he found anywhere North; on; South.
And, as the cleansing of tho body is a. thing
conducive to health and pleasure,' he flatters
himself that he will receive, a liberal patron
age. Shaving and hair-dressing also contin
ued as usual, after the most approved' styles.
A supply of the flncst Ciearf always on
hand. ' HENRY; the Barber.
.' -i'.' . - - , i:t:'..:t.lH.
Ambrotj pe Photographic ,a J0-
- 26 Union SlrcetNathvllle t
AMRROTYPES. PIIOTOGRAPHSl plain
or colored in Oil, and warranted aaperma-
nent as any other style or painting uagucr-
rcoty pes, Stoneqscopw, crayon .or tgueuxr
and every other style of Pictures taken at Uiib
cstablislimeht in the highest style of the art
and warranted to pleaseornosalei;:! ".
Ainbroiypes.,, '.rr,. ..; ,
' Although these beautiful picleres" were but
recently i'ltroduced by the wbsefibewinthis
city, they have become so. popular that we
have, at a verygrqat ejpenje, secured the
services of a celebrated artiet from New lori
to attend to this branch c;th.e..tusiMcItt-
sively. . v
Bring along the JuveniUt.
Children can. by this pr6cssr hate a raitn
ful Jikcness taken in a few seconds,. and f
ranted perfect or no chargo wi(lbe wd"-"
Bring them along and have them taken wW
trying elsewhere. "' . ,
A full assortment of :Ambrotype.
graphic and Daguerrean stock and. PPr,Ar"
kept constantly on hand and for sale t at w
lowest market cash prices. Marl" '7