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W. J. SLATTEIt.
" terms of subscription.
,ji ADVANCE $ 2 00
wrniiN SIX MONTHS 2 50
Vl' THE EN D OF THE YEAR., 3 00
INDUCEMENTS T' CI.UH3.
n c0.(ifi 5 00; I 10 copies $15 00;
copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00.
$3 Subscriptions for a shorter time
ilian one year must bo paid in advance
ggj" Single copios sold at 10 cents.
(vertisenicnt8 of ton linos or loss will
be inserted ut Ono Dollar for the first
mid Fifty Cents for each subsequent
insortion.
Very liberal reductions made for those
who advertise by tho year, half year,
or quartor.
COMMERCIAL.
Men ts for the
Joliu P. HeBimr, .
Ccorgo H. Purvl
,M.FetllngW&.Co.
Huiuc Journal.
Winclinnlar, TennciWte.
. McMlnnvilto, "
. New York.
SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22.
Read the new advertisements in to
day's paper. Valuable real estate to
be sold. '"
Campmeeting at Goshen closed on
Thursday ' last. Between forty and
fifty conversions.
Green watermelons arc selling here
at 25 cts per pound 'or thereabouts.'
The ediiorof the Fayetteville Ob
server has been presented with a pear
weighing one pound, and measuring
twelve inches in circumference. Is
(hero a larger one in this section? Jf
ho, bring it in.
The number of deaths in Memphis
the past six months is 337.
. -
The number of deaths in Mobile for
July last was only 85.
Two bales of new cotton from Tex
as were received at New Orleans on
the 15th inst. Last year tho first bale
of the thru new crop was received on
the 15th July.
A war has broken out again be
twtcn the Crows and Sioux.
Geo. W. Harris has been appointed
postmaster at Knoxville.
The remainder of Genl. Walker's
troops arrived at New York on the
18tb inst. 5
Guv. L. P. Chase has been nomina
ted for re-election as Governor of Ohio
by the Republicans.
Atlanta Market.
Atlanta, Aug. 10, 1857. .
Editor Home Joviwal:
Below pleaso find statoment of prices
curront with us to-day,
BACON hog round 14Jo)15.
Clear Sides, 10J17.
Ribed do 15010.
Hams 14JQ15A.
Shoulders 13Q13J.
LARD in bbls., .
in kegs,
in tin cans,
BUTTER Choice,
Common.
TALLOW per lb, .
FLOUR bbls and sacks f 100 lbs.
Good S. Fine, 3 25.
Extra and Family, 3 CO.
GRAIN Corn, sacked, 85c90
White vhcat, sacked, 1.20Q1.25
Red do do 1.15(5)1.20
REMARKS.
Bacon is in better demand, at a small
advance. Wheat and Hour is selling
readily at our quotations.
Respectfully,
Seaoo, Abbott & Co.,
Wholosalo Commission Merchants.
Thuc I Time ! !
GiLDERsr.EEVE is again on hand to fix
up everything in the Time Piece lino in a
style that can't be beaten in any placo.
So bringon your old watches and your
new ones, your good onos and your bad
ones, broken or injured by incompetent
workmen no matter what their condi
tion all made to keep good time and
Warranted. Clocks of every description
likewise. No one that has anything thut
was ever made to keep time need now bo
without it. So bring them on, and don't
be behind time..
julyl8-tf
In July there were 30 deaths in the
city of Nashville
Wheat is worth from G5 to 1.00 in
Nashville. Flour 3.00 a 3.75 per hun
dred. Four young ladies were recently
drowned at Wntcrvilie, Maine, while
bathing.
-
An exchange, says the love of a lit
tle girl is a sweet thin'. The love of
a big one is sweeter.
The Louisville Journal says that the
stock of Kentucky bagging in that
market on Saturday last, as ascertain
ed from actual count, was 8,829 pie
ces, two half-pieces being counted as
fine. This is a smaller stock than was
generally supposed.
The Sunny South, Aberdeen, Miss.,
says the boll worms have made their
appearance among the cotton in that
vicinity.
It is said to have become the fashion
of runaway wives in Kentucky to
take the husband's bed with them.
They have no idea of exposing thern
seives to be advertised as absconded
from bed and board.
A. Crooker's Millinery Establish
ment. A. Croolicr, Nanhcillc, Tcun.
This establishment is on Union street.
When any of our friends visit Nashville
and wish to get a mica bonnet, let thcin
visit firooker's. His assortment is the
largest and most enticing in the city.
In fact, it is difficult for ladies to select a
bonnet at Crooker's not because of the
paucity of the stock or inelegance of the
styles, but because they are bewildered
by the great variety and beauty of the
assortment to choose from. They experi-
such sensations while beholding it, as one
feelsiua rich conservatory surrounded by
tho rarest exotics, and laved in their deli
cious perfumes. They have such emo
tions as led the poet to wish that the lips
of all womankind, especially the beauties,
were condensed into one pretty pouting
pair that ho might, in kissing them, kiss
the whole race. Where there is so much
elegance, so great a variety, n choice
must bo difficult. Tfie thing's natural;
and the dear areatures are not to blame.
But not of bonnets alone does Crooker's
. XT 1 111
congress consist. j.eany an descrip
tions of millinery goods are represented
there from the lightest and most etherinl
to the heavier fabrics which art produces
to adorn the loveliest of nature s handi
works. ' May 29 2 m,
CANDIDATES.
ft" We are authorized to announce
John W. Custer as a candidate for
Sheriff of Franklin County at the en
puing March election. may22
ffeSWe are authorised to announce
M. N. Matthews a candidate for Sheriff
at the next March election.
We are authorised to announce
T. H. Finch a candidate for Sheriff at
the next March election.
fifST We are authorised to announce
W. D. Faius a candidate for Sheriff at
tho next March election.
HILL
LOCUST
FEMALE SEMINARY,
Located two inilcsSouth-KaHt of Salem,
Fiiankmn County, Tennessee.
Tho Trustees of this Institution tuke ploas
nro in calling tho attention of tho public to it,
bolioving; that tlioro aro advantages offered,
oquai id any in me country, for obtaining ull
tbe olemontH of a good English and Classical
Education, at tho sumo tima affording those
from a dlstanco a comfortable und cheap
homo. The situation is pleasant and healthy,
and in ono of the most moral and refined
neighborhoods in Tonnessce.
In addition to the present moans of accom
modating pupils, a two story building, thirty
oight by fifty-two foot, litis bonn commenced,
ami will bo completed by 1st of August. Ell'ort
m also being mudo to sccuro a complete set of
philosophical apparatus by tlio opening of tho
next session.
Tho Principnl, Prof. N. B. Smith, having
for several years necupiod the- r.lmir of Math
ematics in Franklin College, 'J 'ennossoo, tho
Trustees fool confident thru ho will bo ivblo to
givo cninploto satisfaction.
Miss Lucv E. H An .nhs, a regular graduate
of Franklin College, Tonn., litis ehurgo of tho
Musical Department, and will givo lessons in
the French language, &c.
T E 11 M S .
Boardin;,') por wcolc $ 17")
Hoarding and Tuition, from Monday
to Friday evening, per solicit of
20 weeks, 110 00
Spoiling, Heading, Writing and Men
tal Arithmetic 7 00
Geography, Grammar and Arithmetic, I) 00
Natural Sciences, and tho higher
branches of Mathematics,. ...... . 12 00
Lessons on tho Piano, 20 00
Lessons in the French Language,. . . 10 00
A Male Depaiitjient has been organized,
and preparation will bo made to board fifteen
oe 20 boys. Pupils coining from a distance
will be required to board in tho family of tho
Principal, unless they havo relatives residing
in the neighborhood with whom they corn
Hoard'
The next Session will commence
Ai3f,'iist, 1N37.
TRUSTEES.
Joseph L. Raker, Geo. W. Hunt,
Jefferson Estill, Thomas Mosoly,
David Lipscomb, William Damron,
E. Tarront, Wm. C. Handlev, Chairman.
FebO ly
A. W. RUSSET.
MANUFACTUIiRK OF
ALL KIM OF MAKNESS.
Main street, nearly opposite Mountain Housr ,
WIClli:STEK, TEWIV.
Manufactures to order, and keeps on hand,
a general assortment ot Harness, sucn as
extra fine Coach, Barrouche, Buggy, Trotting
and Common Harness.
Carriage Makers will find it to thcli ad
vantage to purchase of mo in preferenoe In
manufacturing. Orders respectfully solicited.
JaiilS-tf A. W. RUSSEY.
jfotice.
All persons indebted to James Campbell,
either bv note or account, will do well to
come and pay up, as longer indulgonco can-
.i t n a ni nu p r T
not oo given. j. oami d&liij.
julyll, 1857
"LEWJS mE'l'CALl-'E,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Winchester, - Tennessee,
Will give prompt attention to all claims en
trusted to him-
SWANN & CO.'S LOTTERIES.
The most brilliant Schemes ever drawn.
CAPITAL rilIZE
$ 60,000 ! !
TICKETS! ONLY TUN IIOLLAItS 1
Owing to Ihoflrmt flivor with which our Mnl Numlmr
Lotlnrlcalmve Iichii riM'iilvail by llio piddle, ami tho htr(!
ditinmid lor Tli-.itPtD, tho .Muiuikoiii, N. Nwann Co., will
have drawing with S.tf urdiiy IhroiiRli the year.
Tim nillnwiiiK Kin-ino will Uu ilmwn in each or lliolr
I.ottoiii'H fur Annum, 17,
LANM J,
To lie drawn In the City ir Atlanta, (Joorgla, lo pulilic on
Ntitiiii'diiy, AitKtiMt KM, 17.
CLASS' J Hi,
To bo Jinv.-n inllin ity of .UUnU, Uiuirda, In j ulillc, nu
Mil ill l;iy, Ali(;iM(lii, IHJ7,
XAfi lf.,
To clnnvn In llio city or AlUnU, rimirrjA, i" 1'Ulillr.
CLASS .lO,
To bo 'trnwn In thu f.ily of .Mlnnla, dVurtin, In )tiMic, on
Wiii'i:iy, August 'iJl,
CLASW Jl,
To hf ili'invn In tlin city or Atlanta, (.orr;lu, In putitic, on
Sat a lUay, Adjust aiXh, 1W37,
ON TUB I'l.A.V OK SINUI.H N I.MIIKIlr.
Three Thousand Three Hundred and
Thirty Prizes,'
XHAHI.Y ONH PH1ZK TO KVKKV MXK TlClvlil'S.
MAGNIFICENT SCHEME!
TO HE DRAWN
Eiicti :iuu'd;ty in ii,;ust.
MAX IIAUD VA ESi: STOlIi;.
F. S. BEAUMONT,
of ClarliHVillo,Tenn.
SAM. VANLEER, ,
of Lnuinville, Ky.
A. Wv MuCALL,
of Nochvilln, Tonn.
BKATJMONT, VAXLKKIl & CO.,
Dlwrt Importer anil 'ln)liulo Dr.tm III
HARDWARE. GUNS & CUTLERY,
,'lf.'ii of 1 ho nig I'adlack, 4 ilonr from Kipiam, Muikct t.
NASHVILLE, 'VENN,
Anviln and Vires;
llolloWH, SlocliH and Dire;
Haminor.", Iltitchi'ts nml Steel;
lines, Ningon uud I'Mos;
CarpenltTB', Bliickmiiiilirt', Coopers'
uud Shoo tools;
Mill, Crtisii-i.nl. and !I;ind-Saws;
Axrs, Nnil and Chnins:
Knob, riiitniind Gun Locks;
Sifters, Shovels and Tttclis.
.1 S O :
A large os.iortinoiil of (inns, llifles, and Pis
tols; J able Knives and I'orks; IVkct
Knivoo, Scissors and Shears,
of every variety.
rnar'JO Cm
l I'riw of J,'11,1" 1 I'rlM of 2 000
1 " " tf'Miwi l .-.dim
1 " " il,'Wil I " ' K.lllH'
l " " w.ooo !i cm,)
1 " " 't,w f. rrkes or ;w,i
I " " ,0(111 (III) .i 2,-,
i " " 2,'iiio m a 7i
l " 2.UW
The subscriber has twenty-five work mules
for sale, cheap Cor cash.
July lS.-G.v II. F. ROUERTSON.
A prospectus for aGcrman daily pa
per, to be called the New England
Democrat, Las just been issued in Bos
ion, Mass.
The population of Minnesoto is be
lieved to come fully up to two hun
dred thousand.
There is one reason why a little
pian should never marry a bouncing
widow. He might be called "the wid
ow's mite."
Four negroes belonging to Mr. W.
A. May, near Bolivar, Tenn., were
killed by lightning last wrek.
FRANCO-AMERICAN
a2RAIGL
Mv Motto is ' Quick sales and small profila."
a. jourdanT"
OLD WILSON STAND, PUBLIC SQUARE,
WINCHESTER TENNESSEE.
Rcsrcctfullv inf.irnm the cilizffns of FrnnWin County.
and the pulilic Rpmrally, that he n just receivrd a lart-e
alocK or urjr Iiimxis, boustu at very low pices uiaticumi,
ami which lie will nil cheap as poiMr for cash, llr.nh
fill for pat patronage, he respectfully mliriis a cnlmu
aiKC or the same. Call and examine his GitcAT HAi:
GAIXS. Dry Goods, Confectioneries, Toys and
Varieties.
FOR SALE CHEAP FOn CASH.
Id- He ought to be competent to give saliifactinn
to Ma customers both as to price and to a $ood selection
of (owls, having had ten years experience in one of I he
largest houses in Haris, (KllA.SCE) that great inetroli
of taste and fashion.
lie would say to the public. If you want Rood bargains
and chcap ooom, go alal see Jounlan, as there are Nil
few in the man that daily throng his 'tore that are not
satisfied with him alter giving him a trial.
Hlae and brown Jeans, white linsey, home made cloth.
ix ks. ginseng, beeswax and feathers taken in exchange
for cheap dry goods.
To sell baroiroi IS my ambition
To my Goods again 1 call your attention.
A. JOURDAN.
Julyll ir
,;nbi'ol!ie and Xlelainotype
GALLERY.
Having concluded lo remain in Winches
ter until tho 4th of July, I take this method
of informing the citizens of Franklin County
generally that I am prepared and can be
found at my room (over James Campbell's
store) at all hours of tho rlay,raady to put up
AEIflBBOTVPES
Oil M K LA1NOTY PES,
IN THE BEST STYLE.
My long experience as an artist, and a de
sire to please, assure me that I can give entire
satisfaction, even to the most fastideous. Call
and see it verified. Entire satisfaction given,
or no sale. 7- Charges moderate, and libe
ral deductions made where families are taken.
maySy-tf O. 1IU1SL1AUD.
IlWsto making.
J. READ
3- Lnijiiovs this method ol nitorin-
--.fir5aj fi. ing tho citizens of Fn
j?-??3"- U4, in countv, and tho town
of Winchester, that ho has permaiif ntly !oc
ted in their vicinity, on the East side of the
square, and intends to keep constantly on
hand a select assortment of French and Amer
ican Leather and Findings of evey descrip
tion, for tho manufacture of Gentlemen's and
Ladies' boots, siloes, gaiters, pumps, Sic. and
guarantees satisfaction to all who desire a nice
fit and a good article. Ilavingcarried on bu
siness in Urooklyn, N. Y., previous to his
arrival in this Stivte, and with entire satisfac
tion, he feels confident that success will at
tend him hero. Ladies in particular are invi
ted to patronize hiin, an he li;:s paid careful at
tention to their wan's. junoL'iJ-ly
fffi" Repairing attended to. J. K.
Thomas W. Del!, ndiiiiiiistr.T.tor of ti:t
estate of John C. F.ell, di-c'd., in hereby or-d.-rcd
to givu notiro, by advertising in Urn
Winhri tr .'h it:? Journal, a newspaper pub
liulnd in Winchester, Tenn., and also at tho
Court Uoii-e door in snid county, in writing,
for all p'T?o-; !i wing claims ngauu'tthe estate
of said doc-dent to lifo ihr.-ir claims with the
undersigned, Judgn of said county court, du
ly anihenticaled according to law, on or be
fore the 0th day or January, 1?5S. This the
D;h day of July, 17.
v 1 Lhi JJliNcsUiN , J udijo, &c.
july 11. iy.')7
Approximation Prizes.
1 prizrs orSfiOOapproxlnmlingto jnn,nm)pri.i- are
4 do 175 ni),ono a 71HJ
I ilu 110 " " oiiou ' it u)
.lii llo 00 " " 2,fKH) 'i II J fifiO
.'III do 40 " mij 11 1.
1.000 du 20 aro Rit.noo
3 .'M.l prines amounting to $201,000
Whole tickets 10; Halves 5; Qu'rs 2J.
I'liiii of the Lot (cry.
The numbers from 1 to 30,000, correHpomliii!; with thono
numliera on tho tickets printed on scparvtn slips ul papur,
me uncinleil Willi sumll tin tubes mid plucal in one
wheel.
The first 202 prizes, similarly printed and cncirclal.aie
plai i'il in another wheel.
Tho wheels aro then revolved, and n nunilicr is drawn
fi oin the wheel of numbers, and ut the samo time n pri.e
is drawn from tho other wheel. The number uiul pii.o
drawn out aro opened and exhibited to tho amliciire, and
renistored by the 1,'omniisiiioni'rsi the prize heiiw placed
agninst tho number drawn. This operation is repeated
until all the prizes are drawn out.
APPKO.MMATIOV PltlZK.-The two prcceditn? and
Ihe two succeeding numbers to those drawing the first
IT prizes will be entitled to the W upproximati 11 prices,
For example: if ticket No. 112V) draws the 00,000 dollar
prize, those, tickets numbered 112 Ls, 11210, 112,"1, 112V2.
will each be entitled to 22" dollarn. If ticket No. fr'iO
draws the 20,000 dollar prize, those tickets numbered MS.
C4!, Ool, ft'2, will each be entitled to 200 dollars, and so
on ncconiiiiK to me anove scheme.
Tlie 3,000 prizes nf 80 dollars will bo determined by the
last figuro of the number that draws the CO ono dollar
prize. For example: if tho number drawing the Oo.noo
dollar prize ends with No. 1. then all (he tickets where
the number ends in 1 will be entitled to 20 dollars II the
number cuds with No, 2, then all the tirkets where the
number cuds In 2 will he entitled to 20 dollars, and so on
toO.
UliRriFICATES OF PAl.KAtrKS will be sold at the
following rates, which Is the risk:
t en locates ol Packages of 10 Wholo 'lickels, gSO
" " 10 Half .0
" 10 Quarter " 20
" " 10 Eighth ' 10
1 13 ordorin? Tickets or Certificates
Kuclose the money to our address for tho tickets order.
ed, on recoipt of which they will lie forwarded by hint
maw. i-uri UHMera can nave llCKclb cnmiig 111 uuy Iiguie
tliey may designate.
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will he sent lo
purchasers immediately after the drawing.
a'" Purchasers will please write their signatures plain,
and cive llieir Post nitico. County and State.
tOr" Ifemembe.r that every prize is drawn and payable
11 full, without deduction.
CO" All prizes of J ,000 and under paid immediately after
Hie drawing olhnr prizes at the usual time of 30 days.
Alt communications strictly confidential.
Address orders for tickets or certificates to
S. SWAN Sc CO., Atlanta, G,t.
3" A list of tho numbers thnt nre
drawn from the wheel, with the amount
of tho prize (hat each one is entitled to,
will be published nftcr every drawing in
the following'pnpers: New Orleans Del
ta, Molnle Jlefjisler, (Charleston stan
dard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelli
gencer, Jyew lurti weehiy uay uom,
Savannah Morning News, Richmond
Dispatch and New York Dispatch.
jnno at) ly
G. W. TURNER A.J. TUKNF.Ii
G. W. & A. J. TURN Ml.
Dealers in all hinds of Family Groce
ries, Fine I Jq:ors, c, Jj-c.
ITISt.rC S'll-AllF..
1 YIN (1 HESTEH, TENN.
We hrivo jifft received a large lot of Family
frroccrie.-', such as
Su;ar,
ColToc,
Salt
Spice,
f epner Snuee,
Ohoc;" and 'Crackers.
Oysters in k-'gano c.tn-.
Nirs ofovry hind.
:,(:: lies,
Pickles,
Cordial?,
Wii-.w,
Ah;.
rTJr'
I
C'OLYAU Oc FllIZZELL,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW
tVIKCHESTRTl. TKNK.
Ale and C ider.
We hare just received aeveral barrels of
number one ale and cider.
july 23 G. W.& A. J. TURNER.
BLANKS
Of cer kind, printed online paper, and for
rale at $1 00 per quire, cash.
V. PIIEK.MAX, Nashville. R. FKKIiMAS, New Yoi k
tt V St. FREBSMLV,
' DEAI.EHS IN
PIANO FORTES AND MELODEONS,
Window Shades, Artists' Jlaterials, Oil
raintinijf), Engrovinjrs, Cabinet ta
kers' Materials, French Win
dow GlnsH, &c, &.c.
Maniifaetiirers of Gilt Jlanilo and Pier Look
ing Glasses, Portrait and Picture Frames,
Inside Window Winds, etc,
So. 1'i College St., AasJiville, Tenn
mary0,H57. ly
Ciift ouTsTAb bott,
NASHVILLE, TENN,
Would respectfully call tho attention of their
friends and tho pulilic generally totheir stock
of .Spring and Summer Gnods, cnnsutirig of
men's and hoys' cloth. ng of all stvles and pri
ces. Also, FURNISHING (JOODS in tho
greatest variety, among which aro British
hall'-hosc, n superior article; fancy and cotton
hiiU'-hosu; .Merino feet linlf-linse; Napoleon,
Do Joinville, Louton, and a great variety of
other neck-ties ; a very rich assortment of
Damask Silk Cravats; Silk. Kid, Lile Thread
and other Gloves; Marseilles, fancy and whito
Shirts ; Shirt Collars, lioih fancy and while ;
silk drawers and shirts; Merino, Leslie thread
and Jean Shuts and Drawers. These are a
a tew among a list articles, too munorous to
mention, just received. louy!) tf
,1 GREA T Rl'S 11!
M IX.l I .WIT VI'BW A ti KA I) I
in ;hi:s ititoTiiKass
Itlelsiiuotype, A3l)rtyie, l'laoto
Kr;iiliic A l:iueri'e:iia Ai tists,
20 Union Street, Nashville.
These pictures ( Molainntypcs) aro con"
stoutly receiving the unqualified approhation
of Artists, AmatuurB. and the puhlic gener
ally, as can be attested by the largo uumher
taken daily, by their possessing superior
qualities over both the Ainbrotypc and Da
guerreotype. On r facilities being better and more cxten
p'mo than any other Gallery in Tennessee,
and having recently enlarged and fitted up
onr establishment in nn elegnnt manner,
equal to any in tho North and superior to any
in the South, we are now cnubled to finish
pictures, put up in a neat ease, beautifully
colored, for
fifty Tents :iii3 iip.VDidn.
Our patrons will find everv convenience
and accomniodtition.the RECEPTION ROOM
bein"' easy of access, on the FIRST FLOOR,
adjoining which is a SPACIOUS TOILET
ROOM for ladies exclusively.
N. 11. Constantly on baud the most exten
sive and varied assortment of Fancy Frames,
Cases, etc. HUGHES PRO'S.
Noi ice. Photographs taken it t. our (inilery
(Into Dodge's) on the Square, over Hick's
China Hull, from miniature lo lily sine on
canvas., either pl.iin or colored.
umVJ! , tf
TO Till! KI'Of'KlIOLDKKS OF
THE WlXrilliSTKIt ALA
BAMA K. It. CO.IIPAXV.
By an order of tlio Roard of Directors,
passed at llieir meeting at Salem, the 11th In
stant, a call of $2 0O per share is made upon
tho Stockholder of said Cornptnv, payable the
1st October, 1st November, and ist December,
18.77. and 1st January, 1858, respectively.
The Stockholders are hereby notified to make
payment accordingly. Those in Lincoln
county will pay to J. R. Bright, Esq., the
Treasurer, and those in Franklin county to
him or Dan'l J. Martin, thi(, July 22d. 107.
V. K. STEVENSON, President.
F. T. ESTILL, Secretary. 1m
lolasscs,
Popper,
Ginger,
Pickle:;,
Ilerrinirs,
Sardine:',
Rockets,
Sniitr,
Soap,
Whiskey,
Prandies,
ouds, ,
CIDER,
Chompaigioj in l.o'tlos,
';ie C'tiret, Wioo in bottles,
Tallo.v anl St.tr Candles, !
Shoes,
i , ti
clieap as any person wiii sou
FOR CASH.
Having fitted up a good Fount, all who want
fine ale can come along,
jnno 13, 1H07
Valuable Town Property for Sale.
I wish to sell at private sale the comforta
ble Frame Dwelling, on Jefferson street, in
the town of Winchester, now occupied by
James Estill, Esq.
TERMS Twenty-three hundred dollars,
on one and two years credit, with bond and
npprovod security, and a lien retained upon
the property until the purchase money is paid.
Persons wishing to purchase wil) cal on
ino or my agents, Messrs. S. W. Houghton
and F. A. Loughmiller, Winchester. Cull
soon.
Jan. '29. W. tf I. B. ACKLEN.
V X Ji 1 1 1' O C K IS I E S.
11. D. LARK IN",
8 A f.F.M, TEXXKSSEK,
Dealer in nil kiiuN of Fninily liro
cerics. mar27 tf
iTOK ALK. Three ijood Clock. Apply
at thisjoffice. f ipr 2f.
SA V A A II Mil "ri:i: V.
on Tin: iiavasa plan of simim", numbers.
AiVDKKSOXSON,
managers.
StrcCESSORS TO J. F. WINTER, Manager.
Prizes pa)'ablG without redaction.
OA I'lTA LwvIMiJZI SOO, 000.
J ASPS a COUNTY ACADEMY
LOTTERY.
By authority oj the t tutcof Georgia.
Vli.XSH A A.
Draws Aug 17ih, l"v7,at St. Andrews' Hall,
S:r.nitinl, Go'., under the sworn superin
tendence of W. R. Symons, Esq., nnd J.
V. Prentiss, Esq,
itlnxnitieent Scheme:
Prize of
1
1 (
1 11
I "
51 prizes of,
r.
h . MAHYJ.AND STATE L0TTKIIIK3 I'OK IK7,
C'OUIIIIV & CO.,
LICENSED AGENTS,
Are authorized by the Managers to fill
all or dcrt for Packages, Tickets,
or Shares in the
MARYLAND LOTTERIES.
Those Joltories nre diawn in public in tho
city of Raltimore under the mipomifi-ndfncu
of the STATE LOTTERY COM AllSSJONKIl
who guarantees fhe fairness of tlio Drawings,
nnd tho oflicial drawn numbers aro published
in the Jourm.lu of the city of Baltimore, with
his certificate bearing his signature
A 1.1. MIXES AUE nl'AIUNTEEP HV THE STtn,
07ifl trial may make you rich for Ifc.
Splendid Schemes Drawing Daily.
8F.Nn VOUII OIlDEItS TO
T yCORlilN $ CO.,
J ho o,d established authorized Agents who
have SOLI) MORE PRIZES than any
other oflieo in the State (lf Maryland.
I'ATAPSCO INSTITUTE LfhTERV.
1 his favorite Lottery i drawn daily. The
Capital Prizes aro .$S.IH)II, !?i7,()()(
.)..)(), oic ,S,ng)o Tickets, One Dollar
CE.SCATIJS OF I'ACKAGKS.
20 Whoh; Tickets oo
0 Half Tickets 8 110
'M Quarter Tickets 4 00
Nothing Venture. Nothing Cain.
P ickets bought by tho Tuckage are always tho
most profitable to tho Purchasers.
E"r wesew'pnekco Wholes Knives and Quarters
For 8 (I wc tend puckapo rrolves nnd 2 mn Uc"ctl
I-or t, wc Kiid menage. Qu.rtera and ono wj! lo.iit'kcl
Look at the following
SPLExNDIIJ SCHEMES,
One of whicli in drawnnt 12 o'clock eacL day of Ihc week
CLASS 40.
SCHEME.
1 prize of $7.0(10 is
1 prize of 1.3-11 is
1 prizes of 1 000 are
1 prizes of 400 ore
20 are
10 are
4 aro
2 are
1 are
207 prizes of
132 prizes of
132 prizes of
4.092 prizes of
25.740 prizes of
&7.000
1.8-11
3.000
1.000
400
4.140
1.320
.128
8.184
25.740
30,316 prizes, amounting to $53.25:
Tickets 18.
POKOMOKE LOTTERY.
CAPITAL PRIZE 2 1,000.
CLASS FIVE.
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES'.
i u Holes $.-'0 00; 20 Halves
20 Quarters 20 00; 2 Eights
SCHEME.
1 prize of $24,000 is
0 prizes hf 2,000 nre
40 (HI
10 00
3,000 nra
C80 are
400 aro
300 nro
2U0 nre
100 are
50 aro
40 nre
30 are
20 arc
JO aro
5 aro
424,000
12,000
18,000
13,587
8,000
6,000
4,000
12,700
tJ.l.'iO
2,520
1,890
1 ,200
39,060
117,180
$203,347
25 prizes of
00 prizes of
0G prizes of
132 prizes of
132 prizes ol
1 32 prizes of
.'iSlU.pri.es of
25.710 prizes of
'.)
10O
KM)
72
1,000 aro...
50O ore...
" .... UK) aro...
" .... 50 arc. ,
Approximation Prizes
30(H) prizes of $30 arc.
$ii(u)oi)
, 20.0(H)
. 10,000
. 5,(:(()
. 4.000
. 2.000
. 3.000
. 2.500
. 10,000
. 5.000
. 3.7(H)
. !),0(R)
320 Prizes amounting to 21.").2(iO
Ticket $10; halves.); quurtrr 2 3
Rank Notes of sound Danka taken at par.
Cheeks on New York remitted for prizes.
Address orders for tickets or Certificates of
Packages of Tickets to
AMi:iiSO SOX, Managers,
Macon or Savannah, Ga.
0Ct Persons holding Prize Tickets of J. F.
Winter. Manager, will send them tons for
payment. f Anr H. 1857.
Jir.t Ueceived.
500 bbls. extra Lincoln Whisky, just re
reived and for sale by
july25 G. W. Si A. J. TURNER.
0 prizes of
20 prizes of
20 prizes of
20 prizes of
20 prizes of
127 prizes of
03 prizes of
63 prizes of
03 prizes of
03 prizes of
3,000 prizes of
23,430 prizes of
2S.814 prizes making
'ii- t . .... ...
in.'ui. .; wiarcs in proportion.
Look! Tliis js worth Trial
8.?0,000.
MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED LOT
TERY, For the benefit of Susquehanna Cnnnl.
CLASS a.
sen e sir.
1 prize of30,000 dollars is 30, 000
1 prize of 10,000 dollars is 10,000
.1 prize of 5,000 dollars is 5,000
1 prize of 3,007 dollars is 3,007
-100 prizes of 1,000 dollnrsnrc 100,000
2o prizes ol 500 dollars are 12,500
300 dollars are 7,500
200 dollars aro 13,200
100 dollars arc 6,000
80 dollars ore 10,500
00 dollars are 7,020
40 dollars are 5,280
20 dollars nro 72,880
10 dollars are 257,400
38,310 prizes amounting to 517,747
CERTIFICATES OF PACKAGES.
20 Whole Tickets ,131 80
20 Ihl I' Tickets 00 (H
20 Quarter Tickets ' 33 Oo
20 Eighth Tickets 18 0O
Tieki t.s $ I O Shuns in piopuitiun.
Wo invariably amwer letters by return
mail enclosing the tickets in a good safe en
velope, nnd always observe the strictest con
fidence. After tho drawing is over, wc send
the oflicial drawing, with a written expla
nation of the result of the rentnre. All Pri
zes bought at this office aro payable imme
diately after tho drawing in Current Money,
nnd wc take Rank Notes of any State, or Rank
Drafts in payment for Tickets at par. For
odd amounts in making change we receive
postage Stamps; they being more convenient
than silver, Correspondents may placo the ut
most confidence in the regularity and safely
of the mails, as very few or no miscarriages
of Money happen when properly directed t i
us. Be careful that you mention your Post
Office, County and State. Give us at least
one single trial, you cannot lose much, if not
gain. One single f m! may make yon inde
pendent f,r life. TRY' I'S. There -ImtiM
no such word as fail. AdJrcs
COR BIN & CO.
Ih'X 100 Post Office, Raltimore Mil.
03" Orders for tickets in nny of the Mary
land Lotteries promptly attended to. Circu
lars containing a list of all tho Lotteries fir
the month, forwarded on application.
NATIO.VU, POLICE CJAZETTE.
Thin firrat Journal ol Crimr ind Criminals it In it
Twrlflh V.r, and i widely circulated thrpusfcut the
cntiutrr. II continual! tbe Great '1 rial. Criminal imtr,
ami a.'roprMt Kditoiial" nn thr Mnir, tocther with in
.rnitiooon Criminal Matters, not to be found Inanr other
i-ewi' er.
Oj' Suhsciii tioim. S, per annum) SI, for x month,
lo r remiffed hf tulxciihrm, ( who chntild write their
nam.- and the town, county and date wliere lliejr reid
Plainlr. ) lo K A KKYVorR,
Kdirnr A Proprietor of the Salrorml Polke Uaretle,
ui?i New VorhUty.
J. w. l"angly & C(X
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
TOlg.U'C'tt, S.M ri
AND IMPORTED CIGARS'.
No. 41, I'nionftreet,
NASHVILLE, TEN.
Apr! ly
PATKVr DOOU MHIX I Mill
have a few of thone excellent lhor and (iate
Springs IrO. foil and examine lhrm.
n.ov2l J. R. HARRIS.

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