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Uraiu f'roy of thn Pouth.
If ii i.ow .froiici-nlly i:mvrU-otl licit,
the Kfflitl lli'ijS'rwi:f. tif Mir ... ,i , ,. f
ROOil, though ofeonrs till t'fiti:::ritt'a in
regard to the Indian corn product nrv.
yet entirely j;ri-mititri Tin- j:vsont
weather, if'somowLiI i-ool tor li.f .s;t -
non, cannot bo aid to b otherwise
than very fuvorab!. Aluniote show
er ami sunshine will be excellent, fur
thn m.n'z", and ha ceitainly restored
much of the injury threatened to the
wheat by the severe wii.ter and back
ward spring. Thin, it h in'mitted, h
til most every where n;ipa- til, tiir.l
throughout; iln p-eat gritin'rowing
States of the North, Northwest, and
West, whero the prospect, was at no
time d.iri(i,7 tho fcc-nann ay discoun
ting am in ih:5 South, there can be
little to friar lioacofoi'th, except from
too cor.inual moi.-stufo. The whr-at.
crop thoiM may be xukl t. bo an a
coinplish'v.l fict, with tho assistance j
only of u:i average of eunyliiii.', and)
Hubstractin I i i l: 1 for tho inwudon
of insect depredators and similar inci-
n' iNotmnr, However, seems to
render it at all probable that. thcrM6 iatroiasibn of filaceous or spongy
will not be an imm-jiiRe yield, much
above an aura-ra, oa account of ths
great extent of bind seeded in the
States spoken of. '
But w.i designed rave particularly
to refer to tha prospejt irt tha South.
In this quarter th'-n appoared much
reason in April to f.-ara dodciaoy.
Taia of courso wj:jU not vary greatly
o.:Teet tr.i general supply in tho coun
try, as the Southern flute, except in
i wo or inrea i:i nan:.'.!, are not tmm
ly chjvnJcat upon th ir givi'm pro hut.
But it could have pro hi :e.l ir'rm -taunt
evil, in oar juijnunt, in a direction
whera wa lino! mxt roaio.i to depbre
such a result. Tliu ti.le of grain cul
ture has been gradu ally 'lowing south
ward for .:n.) yean pa-r.. Tnia year
particularly, it is stated, tin .area
secdo.-J h as been uaaual.'y large, in
duced by thy ?inoe n which has al
ready rn idn Gjorgia a competitor in
th-j race? and the port of Charleston a
Hourci- of Spanish supply. A disas
trous check, then, at. tho outset, upon
this growing resource, of Southern
prosperity and enterprise, might be
felt for a long linn to come. The
southward tide of grain culture boars
too nvio'.i of hope upoa its billows for
the prospect of itj encountering an
adv-jrsa current not to cxeite alarm.
There is vigor and regeneration in its
progress, an I th i philanfhropisf, no
lesi than the political cono mist finds
reason to rejoice in it. It is the grad
ual operation of a law whose nTects
will bo as bencfioivit to society ,-.s up
on tlvi products of the .-:oil
tho onervate luxuries o
and the hardy ncesari'M of the. tem
perate zone is a region who;,i! reel a
mation fro;n tobaceo an I a bj.-ly lif'f
Bustaining com pro mi: :.-. hetwecu cot
ton and corn. U a d oratu n. Tais
region ij now pcrha.vi to brs found be.
tween Maryland a id th southern lino
of tha Carolinns. The.-H soritjs reason
o infer it r.ny oon'inuc an absist
dmp-jrceptiblo tendency tow.irl the
native meridian of tho nngro r.;:e and
the luxu.c3 rope: which lie beyond
the great staples of cottar., rice, and
BUgar, aa at present defined.
In this viuw cf the cne, il iz an
additional source ;,f joy tc remark that
the srain project of the South has
recovered, in a general view, from the
disaster whh.h menaced it. and is now
eminently promising. There are a
few distriet?, of course, as always,
win re: local adverse causes luwu one
jrted unfavorably. The.-ie app,ir to
b principally in Virginia, and are of
very limited extent, as even in tlmt
Sta'c the orosprvit is very iro.l. Uut
in A'rrtli Oanlina, (.!cor'i.. Tonnes-
i'ce. Kentuckj', and such portions of
tr;.i States souf.U ot them as an; lavor
Aide for iho culture, the prospect is
not only pronounced good, but Hie
u:i::3 inl nrea reeded, it M Biid, will
make the yield very large. Earnestly
da we trust that no adverse influent
Biftiwf A v."rii.
i Water proof ilue,
j A rfi-ctly wntt-r-itroof :ind xm-d-
ImiK mil njii'n irli.i. mnv )! riht n i licit
by innMTsin common yluu in coM
water until it becomes perfectly noil,
but jet. retaining its original form;
; a i'i t r uliieh, it is to L; dissolved in
! commoti raw linseed oil, assisted ly n
gent Its lici t, until it becomes entirely
taken up by the latter, after whieh it
may bo applied to substances for ad
lioxioii to each other, in tho way com
mon glue i,J applied. It dries ahtost
immediately, and Witter will exert no
action upon it. It U unnccpssaai-y to
say for how many valuable purposes
in the art.? this application may be
used. Tor cabinet makers it is impor
tant. fi3 mahogany veneers, when
glued by thh ouba'ance, will never fall
ofTby exposure to ihfl atmosphere. In
biiip buihb.r.j it v:il probably answer
a valuable purpose na it ba-3 infinitely
more 1 rnaciiy than coramon .?lue, and
bfmc-s ironprviooa to water-
:i icprovmcnt U chronicled in the
i tr.anur.cture ct caudles, consisting oi
inbrtantes, whi:h act like a very thick
veiok in absorbing the grease below
tho has: of tha flvn; but which are
en prpired by chemical processes
that, on ih approach or contact to thn
flimo ifeolf, they arc grahiaily des
troyed or shrivelled up, leaving the
irue candle-wick of the proper siau.
Another irnprovoment mentioned con
ai ;tj in covering the outside of candles
with a solution of gun cotton, or simi
lar .s ib.!tanc: which form a dry an 1
smooth covering, thuj naouring the ad
vantage of ellejtually preventing the
melted grease from running oX
A Cueu' I'aisi'. A very cheap e.nd
substantial paint, of a drab co'or,
without lustre, can b.:i ma le !y rn'x'.ng
water lini'3 with skimmed milk, to a
proper thickness to apply with a bra di,
and it is ready to use. It is too cheap
almost to estimate, and any one can
put it on who can use a paint brush
or white wash brush. It will adhere
well to tho wood, whether sinoith or
rough to brick, stun", or mortar,
where oil paint has not been used, in
which case it will cleave to some ex
tent, and for a very hard subjtauce,
as durable as the best oil paint. This
is nothing more than a wash made
of lime and milk instead of limo and
Sulphur in Apple Trees. A friend
of ours, had an apple tree whose fruit
always fell to ground whilo small.
Out of six bushel -i, ho gathered not
half a da-cm g))d apples. O.i reflec
tion, he decided to give the. tree sul
phu. Ito bored a hole in tha tree
about 13 inches froui tha ground; the
holy w is on i i.iuh in diameter, and
three inches deep. He put nbout a
table spooaful of sulphur into the hole,
and pljjged it up tight, with a pine
plug. The nr;xt year th apples were
nearly all good. Ho thinks that the
vithrrin.3 of the fruit was cnused by
inssctc, and that they do not like, the
sulphur, with which the tree becomes
impregnated. Ohio Farmer.
Of a MiiruaE of Sand a.vd Lime, a
ne w style of brick has been formed.
This 13 compressed with power into a
rr.uld of suitable shapo. It is faund
that thj carbon in the atmosphere
moro raadily communicates itself to
the hydrated Hrr.'c when mct, and
every time it rains upon the bricks,
after being oaco well dry, tenda to
make them harder when dry.
Mechanism of the Horses Foot. The
elnstic tissue packed within each hoof
of a horse is so lidded, backward and
forward, thnt it would present a sur
face of four feet sopiarc were it spread
out. Tlitw hW limhi and thn entire
weight of his body rest oa spring cush
ons packed in boxes.
Shirty hit a right to be particular,
t !? it cfn 4?i;cd.
Nght Spectacles. ''Why may not a
pair of spectacles be made to .iee with
in tho night" 1 have often asked
myself the same (paction. It would
be very desirable in some situations,
to see clearly when quite dark, when
rioting a. pilot, for example, on a river
steamboat. The idea is! practicable.
That which avails an owl to see in
the dark Willi also enable a man to
ee in the dark night. Ilerschel could
see, with the aid of an optical instru
ment which he constructed, tho dial;
on a steeple clock, a mile distant,
when it was so dark that he could see
but a few feet with the naked eye.
The idea will be put in general prac
tice ere long I think. J'. H. Freox.
Mn. William Houston, of Belfast,
Me., has taken out letters patent for
a new invention for setting
i nd dis-
I.virRovF,! iMrnovp.!! ()on't wait for
others to commence, but begin your
self. Agriculture would have been
reformed long ago, if Farmers did not
look for other!! to commence
The Mind has more, room than most
people, think, if we would but furnish
How independent of money peace
of conscience is, and how much hap
piness can be condensed in the hum
DCr The fifth annual exhibition of
the Kentucky Mechanics' Institnto be
gins at Louisville on the 18th August
A shrewd old gen'lein;n once said
to hi;j daughter, "Be nore, my dear,
that you ne ver marry a poor rn.in; but
remnmber that the poorest in the
world is one that ban inonev and noth
ing ebie." There is m:jeh truth in
this, and we commend it to the ladies
H7 A bear weighing SO 5 pounds
was killed in Yadkins county, N. C, a
few days ngo.
11 f Sir Uobort Peel lost 70,000 on
his own horse in tho lato I)erly race
in Engl nnd.
Winchester & Alalia ma Uaillload.
PROPOSALS are invited nt Saloni, on
Saturday, the 11th July next, for the Grad
ing, Masonry and Bridging of this road,
diverging from the Nasbvillo and Chatta
nooga Railroad at Dec-herd, and running
through Winchester and near Salem, in
Franklin county, Tenn., and from thence
to Fayettville, in Lincoln county, a dis
tance of about 3S miles.
The road has been partly graded for
about 20 miles from Decherd 7 sections
having been finished and 10 partly graded
Bids will be received for one or more
sections of about one mile each Pay
ments will be four-fifths cash and one
fifth in stock to ba made as the work
progresses, the stock only to be recervod
on monthly estimates.
There will be some heavy work, in mak
ing the ascent from the crossing of Elk
River, to the table lands, known as the
"Barrens." Very little rock will be en
countered on any portion of the lino.
The country through which the line is
carried is healthy and abounds in the ro
quisite productions for the sustenance of
men and stock.
Plans and Profiles can bo examined,
blank proposals and contracts with ac
companying specifications procured, and
any othor information in relation to the
work can be obtained on application to
idwin Mead, Resident Lngmeor at Fay
etteville, for 10 days previous to the let
Satisfactory evidences of ability to
complete the work bid for, must accom
pany the proposals, which may be ad
V. K. STtvmoy. President, Nashvilla,
Jxt. H. Grist. Chief Engineer, Nash
Enwis Mkad, Resident Engineer,
Favetteville, Tenn., or be handed in at
Salem on the day of letting.
By order of Board.
JAS. H. GRANT,
maylS tlj. Chief Engineer.
COLT AH FBIZZELL.
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW
REAPER AND MOTOlh
VITJI WOOD'S IMPROVEMENT, '
AHP RICHARD II. FEiSEV IXCELI(R
HORSE POWER AND T1IKES1IEK
Tf.OKTlllR WtTJl TUB
Kxctlsior rami Mill and Fan ntli,
AMD OTHER FA ft Ml NO IMl'LKMttnO.
Having bocorno tlio icgulnr Rfjent for the
alovu Machined, I otFct tlicrn with conflitonce
to die citizens of Trunkliii and fjurrmiDtling
counties, aJ tho bout machines of the kind in
lue, having tukon tho PHfIIOI ut nlmuut
ulltho ricliuiftl Fttiru in the United Siutrs;
nnd Munny'ii Combined Renpcr and Mower
with Wooil's Iaiprovcmun, took t lie medal at
tho World's Fair in i'arid.
During tho year lbCO I Hold between sev
enty anil eighty of tho above Tlirelierft, with
the proinine'totuko them back if they did not
perlorin well. Not one hue been returned,
and ihotmpply hau nut been oqual to tho de
Early orilorc will be inoBt likely to be fill
ed. ' (ldroi.-i
M K 11 V C L SI I Ol'I .V l it,
Jim i'i. Om Iielbyvillo, Tenn.
'Wheeler, Melick& Co.
H Vcet jf Patent Railway Chain Horse
Power and Oocrshot Thresher,
Combined Thresher and Winnower,
Pcnnsilcania Straw Cutter,
Clover J fuller, and Saw Milt.
I ofTer the above niai'.hines to tho"1 farmers
of Franklin, and would say that I offer them
the bent Thresher and Tower manufactured hi
the United Stated, and in proof of that fact
die nbiive machines have taken premiums, tit
nil tho State Fairs except New York.. I war
rant these machines to 5'ive entiro satisfac
tion, else returned ut my expense.
Dr. S. W. HOUGHTON is my authorized
ugent for this county, and he holds himself
in readiness to msko all explanations neccs
bury to the satisfaction of thoso desiring to
This is to certify that wo have used Whee
ler, Meelickifc Co.'s Threshers nnd they have
U'ucn entire satisfaction, roid wo believe they
are tl o best Threshers in tifl.
Dr. W. P. Temple, W. S. Watteru,
It. II. Temple, fi. W.Bell,
II. C. Hurst, James 0. Ulnvil,
Wm. Hoover, Eq., Alfred Elliott,
Maj. C. P. Houston, John Knott,
Jei-soy Phillips &. Ganbrel.
JOIItf IIAHT, Agent,
b'helbyville, Redlbrd Co., Tor.n.
JUST REGeVEB I
would reaped fully inform tho citizons of
Winchester and Franklin county that he nan
JUST RECEIVED a large and woll-selectud
Cofl'ne; brown, crushed and loaf sugar, mo.
la-'es, mackerel fish, fnrdineK, oysters, tea,
clieose, crackerB, sweet rakee, raisins, figs,
almonds, oranges, pecans, cocoa nuts, coni'ec
tionaiiPa of nil kind?; salt, barrel end sack;
pi j.'pe r, spico, ginger, soda, nhim, fiilpluir.
.-riltpoire, indigo, maddor, powder, shot, lead,
cotton varn, a variety of
TOBACCO AND SEGAHS,
of tho best quality; flour, rice, sonp, star and
tallow candles, blacking, Bunt?, pickles, and
of the best quality; Tennopso fire-proof iron
w.ire, window glass, starch, stone jars, buck
otf, paints, paint brushes, oils, white lond,
linsod oil, rope, mils of all 6izcs, and hst
but not least, be has has a largo lot of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
for ladies, gentlemen, inissos and bo-e, all o
which will be sold only lor CASH, but at
such reduced prices, that it vill be decidedly
to the interest of purchasers to buy of him in
preference to paying a large per cent to those
who sell on a credit. He intends to keep
constantly on hand just such an assortment of
Groceries as the necessities of the country
demand, and feels assured that he will be able
to euit all who may favor him with their pat
ronnge. Call and examine his stock.
To oil persons afflicted with Sexual Dis
eases, such as SPERMATORRHOEA, SEMI
NAL WEAKNESS, IMPOTENCE, GON
ORRHOEA, GLEET, SYPHILIS, the vice of
ONANISM, or SELF ABUSE, &c, &c.
The Howard Association, in view of the
awful destruction of human life, caused by
Sexual disease?, and the deceptions practised
upon the unfortunate victims by Quacks, have
directed their Consulting Surgeon, as bchak
jtablr act worthy of their name, to give
urntn r rwiif? iid t-tc? . 11 -
thus afflicted, who apply by letter, with a
description of their condition, (age, occupa
tion, habits of lifo,&,c.,) and in cases of ex
treme poverty and suffering, to furnish med
icines FREE OF CHARGE.
The Howard Association is abenovolent
Institution, established by special endowment,
for the relief of the sick and distressed, af
flicted with "Virulent and Epidemic Dis
eases." It has now a surplus of means,
which the Directors have voted to expend in
advertising the above notice. It is neediest
to add that the Association commands the
highest Medical skill of the age, and will fur
nish the most approved modern treatment.
Just published, by the Association, a Report
on Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness, tho
vice of Onanism, Masturbation or Self-Abuse,
and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, by
the Consulticg Surgeon which will be aent
by mail, (in a sealed envelope,) FREE OF
CHARGE, on the receipt of two (Takts for
Address. Dr. GEO. B. CALHOUN. Con
sulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2,
South NINTH Street, Philadelphia, Fa. By
order of tha Directors.
EZRA D. HEART WELL, Trendent.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary
G ROVER & IMKESC'3
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Promote (tic leisure, health and
happiness of home,
- No. 713, Public Hquare, Noshvillo Tenn.
No. 405, Broad-.vny, New York.
No. 18, Summer Street, Boston.
No. 161, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
llcnsoi.H why ilii Machine In L'ul
vcrxully rrcfei'red over All Others.
1 Iiocaupo it is thu only Sewing Machine
in tho world evor inventt-d.so constructed as
to fully mebt the domandj of families for gen
5? It iu very simple and io never liable to
get out of order.
A It makes a soarn which will not rip,
though every thread stitch is cut.
4 It is notashuttlo machine.
5 It sews with too nuodles, making any
length stitch desired.
0 II sows from two ordinary spools, and
thus all troublo or winding thread it ovo'dod
whilo the some Machine can be adapted at
pleasure, by a mere cliangfl of ppoolc to all
varieties of work.
7 The Biiino Machine ruua silk or m
thread, and common spool cotton, with equal
8 This Machine will sew mi tin- iMtvw of
a coat with the same enso :ivl fa.cil.ty that it
sews a straight seam.
D This Machine can ho ;on to ronki-uuoi
thousand five hundred stiichcc pt.r in. note.
1 0 Thn seems are as elastic the most elas
tic fabric 60 that it in fren from all liability
to break in washing, ironing or others ise
11 The stitches made by this msrliine arc!
moro beautitul than nny Oilier m.idfl either ty
hand or machine. '
I he price of the Machinpn ot nflicc :n cw
York, range from $75 to $1.V), an additinnal
chariro of .10 is only made on each machine
over New York prices at office in Nashville,
to defray expenses of trant p rimin &c. to
R. II. RROCKWAY, Secretary.
Nashville Sewing Machine Company.
March 20th, ly
ABMSTR0N8 & GO.
No. 69, Market Street,
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, AND
, DEALEItS IN
ThrcsSihie machines, Mowing at;
ncapini? machines, Corn and Coin
Ci-iisSicrif, Corii-Shetlci's Straw Cut
tvr. Plows, ('Mltivatovs, ISarron.,
ChiiriiK. Scythes, Window C!l;i8,
Clistin 1'unips, Force I'tinips, Mnr
1leizel Brou iIaiitlci, M'indow
Sash, Window Shutters, Safes, I!y
dr:euiie Cement, ssesin, P ;sstcr I'n
ri, Lancl-a'iaitCJ', C3ihjho, faints,
OiSS, Tarnishes, anrt drass-Sceds
of nil hinds.
marSO, 18.57. y.
On Tcpot sticct, adjoining the Bucket Factory,
and will kscp
a coiutuut tfup
lie is prepared to fill orders for any kind of
Monuments, at the shortest notice and on the
best terms. He is thankful for the patronage
he has heretofore received, and respectfully
solicits a continuance of the same. Ho war
rants his work to be us good as any that can be
purchased in the country, and prices) lower
than here or at Nashville. You who have
friends resting in the silent grave, can here
find a monument that will show tvhere they
lie and keep them fresh in ycur memory.
N. B. The pnrtneruhip existing between
.Mr. John C. Spence and myself was dissolved
at the beginning of the year 1856, by my pur
chasing his entire interest in the firm f M
Eaker &. Co.
Mar. 6, 18&7. ly
A. W. BUSSEY,
ALL KINDS OF IIARNim
Main street, nearly opposite Mountain House,
Manufactures to order, and keeps on hand,
a general essortmcnt of Harness, such as
extra fine Coich.Uarroucbo, Buggy, Trotting
ana ummon Harness.
Carriaga Makers will finJ it to tholi ad
vantage tt piirchaso of mo in prefcrenoo to
manufacturing. Orders respectfully solicited.
Janl5tf A. W. KUSSEY.
Sale of Totrn Property.
By virtue of a decree of tho Chancory
Court at Winchester, Tenn., pronoun
ced August Term, A. D. 1857, In the
cause W. . Teyler against J. VV .Cus
ter and A. G. Block, 1 will, on the 29th
day of June, 1857, before the Court House
door in Winchester, offer for sale at
fiublic auction for ready cash, the town
otpert of lot 12, in tho town of Win
chester, end which wai sold by Jno. W.
Custer to A. G. Black.
HU. FRANCIS. C 4 M.
june6 tds prs fee f2
FOR SALL'. Three good Cbclr. .prl
at thisoffire. fspr 2. :
BY CHARLES SCIIMlTT,
W noxTtlli' Tennessee
Continues the bonnets of Marble Mocufnc'
turing at the old etand, adjoining Vil)ianI
ladle's Mills nnd Ware Rooms, on Cumber
land Sirect, opposite the Coleman House,
and west of Coffin's old stand, nbero hi
keeps constantly on hnndalarge assortment
of work, such as Monuments, Tnmbe, Grave',
stones, Statuary, Fountains and Urns, cl tho"
latest style, and of the finest and best East
Tennessee Marble, which is highly 6poten0f
here and elsewhere
Ho has had experience in Mardle IVIanu
faeturing for tho last twelve years, especially
in tho largest cities of Europe, and in the '
United States; he flatters himself (hot h'
fi'ds able to fill all orders concerned with tho
abovo business to a satisfaction, at nhort notic
and cheaper than the cheapest.
Drawings of the above worlr will bo sent to
nny Fuel Office in the Stale ; so persons abroad
have a chance to purchase by letter, as well
as it they were here personally.
tr Tho East Tennessee Marble Worki
received tho premiums offered by the Fairs
held at Loudon, Tenn., October 2fid, ieS5.
and at Knoxville, October 30th, 1855, for tho
hcbt work in Marble.
Refer to James Harris, C. R. Embrey, p,
S. Tcmpleton, Nathan Frizzell, and others, in
Winchrstor. C. M. FARMER, ogont for
Particular attention will be paid to boxing
11 nd packing lor transportation.
Quit drinking Toisoiiotis Liquors.
FATKNT IMPKOVED PROCESS
A kJnds of uaors and Vlnccar.
j INSTAN'ILY BY THE WK OF
j ACOl'K'S ESSENTIAL OILS.
j xheso Oils are obtained by Distillation at
ihe rhemical Laboratory, Parish of Jefiereon.
ol Pierre Lacour, author of Lucour's Chemi
cal Analysis, Lacour's Chemical Manipula
tes. Lacour on the Manufacture of Litjiiiip.
Purchahors are particularly requested to
return the flasks and obtain their money, if
the Oil does not give pcrl'eci satisfaction.
Lacour's Oil of Crnuc converts neutral
Hpirit to a superior imitation of Impnried
Brandies, viz: Oiard, Suzr-rac, M arc tt Cog
nac, Poultney, Seignclte, United Vineyard
Proprietorfl, Castiluin and London DockBrnti
.dicn. Those l quors will have a full fruity
flavor nnd a beniiiiful, sparkling color. Com
mon rectified Wli'iKky will be changed by the
tiee of the Oil of Cognac to New York Bran-.
dy, Pine .Apple Erar.dy, Conunon Cognuc
Lacoiir'a Oil of Eye changes Trclifcd
Vhisky to .Monoi-uLcla Ryo Whisky, Old
Virginia Mali Whisky, Kourbon Whi'ky.&c.
Oil of Ccdrut. changes common Ilectitied
Whidky to Old Irii-li Malt Whisky, and a su
perior nriiclf of Scotch Whisky.
Oil of Pouch chongca enmmon Whisky to
Virginia Pcnch Brnndy, fee. Oil of Pen!)
and Oil of Cocnnc will convert common whis
ky to Apple Brafidv.
Oil of Gin converts the poorest WhH.y in
Holland Gin, Fcheidnm Fclmap r, RoFcliin,
Snn Gin, English Gin, &c
Lacour's Concentrated Acid will, in firs
hours after being mixed, change five iaHons
of good Vinegar and i wrr.ty-livc gallons of
water to thirty gallons ol the most acid Win
gar that can bn found in the market. Py the
u?e of Lacour's Concent lated Acid, vinegar
can be made for one dollur and cixty cunts per
For-making Liquor?, Lacour's Oila require
no preparntion cn!y pour the oil in'o thn
vv'hisky nnd ihaki well. Tho liquors thus
mnde will have a fnip natural aroma, a fidl,
rich, oily taste; a beautiful trni:jvirtt;t rolur
and a fine beod. Lacour's oiis exert 'lirec
distinct prnpi rtit'S in couverting c-nonoa
whisky to brainlv, Rin, Sic. 1 he flr.t t rfjp-
erty combines with and nibridcs in the form
of fioculcnt prtrticles the whole of the grain
oil, (A my lie Alcohol.) The whuky is thus
deprived of that peculiar irritating and turn
ing tsete. and becomes a neutral epirit : H e
second property consists in an oily inucilicg
inous taste imparted to tho liquor, which ren
ders it mellow, nnd imparts an appearance 01
great age; the third property is exhibited ia
the rich vinous mttty odor that is imparted to
'.he liquor, which renders distinction fromtiie
genuine brands impossible.
These oils are put up in quart flasks , each
flask contains sufficient oil for making three
handres gallons of liquor. Full and compre
hensive directions accompany the bottles.
Frice, S2 per bottle. For sale at the corner
of St. Charles and PoydrasstrectB.
One box of these oils, five m number, will
be securely packed and shipped, with bill of
lading, to any part of the country, upon tho
receipt of $10 to tho address of
P. LACOUR, New Oilcans.
Purchasers are requested, aa a guaranteo
of good faith to furnish us the name of any
house in New Orleans and we will ship them
a package of tho Oils. If they do not per
form all that is claimed for tbetn, they will
Jan8, '67 ly
Notice to Liquor Dealer and
A complete assortment of tho Oila nec
sary, for making and flavoring erery variety
of liquor, and directions for making Cider
without apples, and for converting the cider
to all kinds of white and red wines, Cham
paigno, &c, and a package of the articles
used for giving
to liquors, (converting 70 gallons of Whisky
to 100 galloni; and every article necessary
to coinmenre a
will be furnished for 25. Also all the in
formation necessary to conduct such an estab
lishment, thus enabling the new beginner to
successfully compete with the oldest liqnor
dealers. Address through the f o t uttice,
P. LACOI B, New Orleans.
Licour's Concentrated Acid for making
VINEGAR, is Dut 00 in 2 fallen paekagei at
$5 per packagein good shipping- order
JsnS'&fi ly .
J Of every kind, printed on fine paper, nd fcr
J0I9 st 41 00 per quire. r-h.