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turf'.! I Hi V SATUKDAY M0KN1NG. AUGUST 82, lfif7. 1'l iCU of Wlieilt. Tim ;it(!i'S arc licgiiiiiin to f!Cii l.ito with vci'vAVAiw to tli probable av-craw- prion of whr.it ilnririy tins ri'Mi twelve months. There sccrri.s-to w. ;i pretty ;,'MU'i'il opinion th;tt this nv rnv'c must In; a low ou'. Upon what b.'isis this opinion is founded, wnilonol know,- nor whether then; U i : y t;rouii(l wortliy Gfoonsiik'rution to sus tain it, ,V o'iu c i i t.'cMt'X willi any cortatnfv what will he tlio price; of whisiit Uii .!( r smh circumstances as ex ist liiroufe-lioul the whcnt-conbumin world at ;n;si nl; and hmd'on; wo wunl'.l a I . 'is .' o n v'.vliT a-, to listen Id iuiy body's pretelendi'dly profound ; on piys. Jt was found, ns the result, of remarks upon this subject, hut lojude j several rials, that there was some for tii''iu-:elveMind act accordingly.--- times more fat procured than was con Ahovo all, lei them pay no p.ttentiou taincd in the food on which they were to the interested opinions of specula- j fed, Fund which, given alone, has tora in whe'U, who, though always j not the properties of fattening, when predicting low prices, are nevcrthc- 'wised with a falfy matter acipnres the less generally very willing to run that ! properly loan astonishing degree; nod risk themselves. ' fattening ;i nicies of food, w hich do not 4. i (liijn Iia,j, '.a a.,vuys abound with t . , , . .,, . It is now bclcived that an immense .... i . I crop ol potatoes will be raised the 1 1 ,u ir w. . - presijnt season m the U. states. Thin will a.Torda great relief !o lint s .bread and meat market, and save r 1 honsauds from the difficulties of keep ing body and soul together The Cinuinn.tti Eirjitircr says a .vagon load of potatoes offered to a lirm in Commercial Row in that oily on Friday, at the low price of twenly iive cents a bushel, by a gentleman j'rom Covingfon, Kentucky. The same gentleman offered to oonlract for 500 or WOO bushels at digging time, at the sanr? price. The Cleveland Jfcntld mays that it heard on Saturday of an olJ'-r to contract lo dtdiver one thou sand bushels at twenty ccnt:, at dig ging time. - - - I'riec of iooK. It may he interesting to our farmers to learn that they need entertain no aerious apprehensions from the pleth oric condition of tlu ir well-filled pur ses, refilling from abundant crops and high juices; the merchanls are preparing for their rapid depletion. The, New York Independent, in a re e.ent article on the slate of markets, brings us tidings of an advance in velvets, serges, sahu-dechenry, Arc. They are as much articles of prime ne cessity now as your domestics and os liuburgs, or sugar and collee. The girls will have I hem, and so will their mammas, fto prepare to foot the bill. JXj3 The iew York t'liurier slates that great enmpefilion is goiu; on in that eily in buying up the new rrop of Southern whcit, which has resulted in prices being puij higher in propor tion than present prices of Hour; and as the general expectation on 'change is tbut flour niiiiil deelino soon, this riwvcmeut excites much comment, for it is felt that no (ifurl of speculators nn sustain prices in the absence of a foreign demand, and with so full a i eroji. I - j O3 The sugar speculation has at last reached it.- culminating point, and orice.s are. now' on the decline. The i ii i i ! pap-rj any we shall Uo:i have ehea;. j sugar as well iis cheap bread. I,iv- ing will not be so high next year, we j hope, though wc Iiave no oojcliutis to living l.i-li. -li Excellent Wuij to I'rrpureCrcen Corn for Winter Use. Whim the I'orn i.s Milii'Mrntly advanced for cook ing, boil on tlir ml), in the same man lier as it i ''ncrally prepared for t i b!c usp. When it is done, eut it from the rob carefully, spread it on a cloth, nnd put it in tho sun in diy. When it Is v.anted for 110, wash it, and put ;t in stiflk-icnt watt r, slightly salted, to boi!:or;'i lour. Then add a little i"v inltlf nnd b'ltfer. anil it 5m ronAv far iln tnlle. Jt ran also be eooked r""15"1" n'tnonstrated the gallant ma . f jjor,"that does not inke me ns appro- v. ;t.. .jetinj. priate language to use in n case ol 7 The (ptantity of wafer dis- this sort -it's si formal, official des- ebar-'c-d into tho sea'bv all the rivers natch, and requires, I suppose a writ- i'n tho world is estimated at 3f cubic H'ilaj in ft day; hence it would lake above y0.0(,') yeaM to create ft circuit of tin' whob :,vn, throtnjb r()id.i nud ,jii r - Mouri v of S'ui. During tlu: (.'oui'si! of the past year, in Franee, experiments have been mailt) on a number of ducks to prove lhathi' f.it may exceed the quantity whicii could bo referred 1o tho food they were supplied with. Some, were led on ri"c, a Mibstaiiou which con l;ii;is only a lew parts of fat in n thousand. Others were, fed on rice with a ccrtniii amount el' butler i ti tled. At tho end of tho experiment, the iirst were as lean as when first placed upon the diet; the hitter in a few days la-came positively halls ol' fa!. 0:her expel imeiiLs wei'ii made : its chemical eoiistiluetils, the prmci- , 1 pal of which is azote, and ( rum whence ' ... . , i i : the fat acomred is most certainly de- ! i . nvtd- fj1 The following paragraph from the Chicago Tribune gives an idea of how harvesting is done at l lie West "A friend of ours says that one day last week he went upon top of a hill called Zion, hix miles from Jam-sville, Wisconsin, and counted on the sur rounding plain 101 horse-power reap n,r n.Mrhiiies busilv Mit tl Mir down wheat. There were 1 000 men, wo men and boys following after, bind ing and shocking up the b an! if u 1 gol den sheaves. It. was a sight worth seeing, to behold the grain fulling and being gathered up at tho rate of two hundred acres pT hn'ii." flCr" Keep eggs ill corn meal, with the Miiall eiul down, itni Uif.V will ne, r,.,u mi r!.i? 1 d of a vear as when! Iirst i;ifkctl. OCT Tho next Unitcfl States Ari cultural I''air will be lieM at Loui.s ville, Ky., ruintiii-iiciiw mi (lit; 1st of ScpU'tubfr next. fOAll accounls concur in icpre &entiu llin wlic.it crop n Camilla as 1'ar superior to any raised for suvcrcl years. X3 New su)crfint! flour is selling in Augusta at five dollars per barrel. Cheap. Life, Lwvc, IJopr, 'S'jiuo. What is life? u (lilting drenni, A passing summer's brvnili, A bright nml shadowy plooni V hi cli lights us unto death? . And love, Mis but the fruit un.l (lowers We oilier iia life's dream The tendrils of its viue clutl bowers, The bubbles of ill stream. What is hope? the tiny star That liuhls our dream life's sky; ll beams in brightness from nfar, When sorrow hovers nich. Ami time no linml can bold it back, g;,vo God's, and hU alone; Tis but the fpace the changeless track Through w hich we all oro borne. , ., , ., , ,. , bite, love, mid hope, on eorth combnieJ, A(e nau,,a cnill,ljartI( , l1(,nven; For lifn cicuial, lliere we find Willi love and hope inwoven. lint ?nll those gifts, ns sent from GoJ, We nil ahoul.l hail with pleasure, Ami in his soul iuspicing worJ, Seek lifu' immortal treasure, rC"Ii is told of General T.iy lor that when Major Uiixs brought him Santa Anna's despateli, proosing that the American army xlmuld surrender without further ceremony, the general, who at this moment, was busy writing a private letter on hisennip chest, re plied, without ho much as looking up from his work, "Tell him to go to!" naming a place seldom mentioned ex- ;ept by hard swearers and clergymen. ten answer." "Tell liiin logo to !" reiterated the general, calmly " put in order diplomic phra-o and all that sort of thing, according to your own la !e--bnt fW is my nnswrr." THE INAUGURATION. m Sirin' i l bu ' itnuguratod tin untlo'i Higned b just received a largo n'lt. cplondiu assortment of SPS1NG GOODS, a very largo assortment of and Trimnm? in groat variety ; n oxtoiwiv o Block of clump .Muslins, willi lino oiiuh run ning up lo miu dollar per yard. Some styles of DreH Goods entirely now; licniges, Crape do &Mn(8ill(ii.&c. Also, a very largo variety of Em ' broideries, die flutters himself Unit Im has a larger and cheaper stock of Ladies' Collars ihun ban ever been exhibited in tho market. Gentlemens' Summer Hats, DooUi Shoes, &c, in abundanco. Linen Oottonade?J and Hetn!y-mudo Chillies for Summer. A. lurgnRtoek of Hoop Skirls, mid Whalebone "and Crinoline for making lliein. He lins also replenished bin stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS. School wild Miscellaneous rir;i 01 YOUXC LADIES niemlui" Sehool aro pnrticularly requested to exaiiiiim mi) S'l'iui, a 1111.7, others', will bil l a greater variety ul thw Blore than any other. In fact tho Farmer, Mechanic, Teacher, Student, AND ALL OTHKHH, will find nearer everything t hoy want llnui is usually found in a village assortment; nil of which SUA I.I. bo wild ciiii.U' for cash, or to PKOaIPT timu ilualers. Lx.iniiiie a.t least . Lel'oro yon purchase, ixh In: charges nothing for h towing his stock, ond then purchase where you can do the best. G. A. SHOOK. Mur'JD tf DR. T. C. MCnillELL, UesiM.'tttfully aiiwoiinces lo the citizen!) of Franklin comity that he has permanently sot tied in Winchester, when! he hopcato receive a share in the practice of his profession in its various branches. itesideiii:e on High Street, in the house for merly occupied by Dr. Clopton; UlUce on .Main st., iiaurlv opposite tho AlouuUiu lloti.'e Wai'JU ' 1y .i i . . t-1 i i i JOHN F. VAUGHAN, (succkssoi; to s. a. 1..0C11AUT) U !io2's:il tV lletail Pflauulaeturei' of Tim, SlM-et Sum, i'.opiwv smtl lirav, Wares, :ual Uestler in t'ookin and Alalia in;; Kloves ofevory Uri el. v a patlevx, aa-ir.t pi, B5r;i-s SieaiK'v.XJ! 3.B4ls, lfJ r,1(.t l(Vury v.,no!y C tbo above lies- crintii'iiol'iirticlo.-', which will ba rriamifuc- turml to oroVr 011 the shortest notice. lie pairing, Hoofing, (J in loriiiir, & c, will be done upon moderate terms. Having invested my till ire capital in tho purchase of ibe establish ment formerly owned by S. A, Lochhart, 1 will lie compelled t 1 a Vivth Unnincss, ' thereby giving lietter imrganiN tnau can be given upon the credit system. All accounts di c when made. Having had four yours ex perience in the business, 1 hope, and believe, by close application, to merit and receive a liberal . share of public patronage, fully insur ed th.it f can and wiN give entire nitisfuetion. Winchester, Sept. 19, '53 -tf J. F. V. IIOIJSK VAIX TIN, I A V V. It I N ii A D ii L A Z I KG. Wmeln'M'er, 'B'cuncsseo. II. S. HlLt respecllutly lenders his servi ces to the citizens of Wiueliootcr and vicini ty, and requests a nberu.1 sluice of patronage. Thankful for favors xleniled to lain in Ibe past, he pledges liiuiselt' to mo every olfoit lot Ijive satislaeuou in tlio lutiire. Pecl'J ly Warranted to forco the moustache and whiskers to row strong and luxuriant in one month, whero there was none before. It will not slain or injure the skin. $1 ier iutiU-' Sent to all parts of the country on recfiotot price. 1'ecipes for making, (jf. Dr. s. s. sjjrx'ro, line's :im New Vorli City, rvoiico. John 1. Hiiidman, administrator of tho es tates of Wm. Wilhoite and Robert Wilhoite, deceased, is hereby ordered to fivc iiolice by advertising in the Homo Journal, a newspaper published in Winchester, Tenn., for three Hiiecpssivo weeks, taint the Court House door in writing, for all persons having claims against said estates of ciid Jecedants to np pear and Ijln their clainn wiui the undersignetl Jiidtro of haid County Court, duly authentica ted according to law, 011 or before the first dav of February, 1 S. this August 1st, 1S57. autfSHi WILEY DENSON, Judge, &c. Suite of Teiinessoo, Channnj Court at Winchester, fur Franklin Cuiinti. Clerk's Office, Jul iM, A. D lb57. I. U. Douthit and wife Nancy VS. John A. .Mollone an I wife, and others. On motion of coiiipluinn's and it appearing to tle saiisfactioii of tbo Clerk and .Master lint defnndantri John A. Alollone ami wife Eliza. 11. F. liraitoii and wife Elizabeth, Clias. Crawford, A. H. Hall ami wifo llebecca, Jolin Parks and wife Surah are non-residents of the Slate of Tennessee, fo that the ordinary proce.4 of law cannot bo served 011 them, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in tho Home Journal, a newnnaper published in tho town of Winchester, Tenn., for three fiuc:ciive weeks, requiring said non-rei-djut defendants lo niakn their personal ap pearance herein on orbelbro Wednesday af ter the third Monday in August next, and plead answer or demur lo complain-ints' bill or tho arno will bo taken for confessed ond ot for heiring cxpario as to thorn. A copy nltftst. HU. FRANCIS, C. &. "I. augl ;tv prfee S:i B L ANirS Of every kind, printed on Gne paper, inJ for jalc at $1 n) pr quire, nh. JUST RECEIVED I AtM:sjllL JIM CAMPBELL would respectfully inform tho citizonH of WineheHter and Franklin county that he has JUST HICCKIVED a luigo and well-Boloctcd Htonk of COSWTISO OF Collee; brown, crushed mid loaf sugar, mo-hs-HC. mackerel full, cardinon, oysters, tea, clieese, crackers, sweet cakes, raisins, fi8, nlinniidn, orantreH, pecans, cocoa nutu, confec lionarjes of all kinds; Bait, barrel and sack; poppa r. spice, pingor, soda, a inn, sulphur, Lltpetre, inlio, madder, powder, idiot, lead, cotton varus, a variety of TOBACCO AND SUGARS, of tho bent (pialitv; Hour, rice, soap, star and tnllow candles, blackitifr, snuQ', pickles, and GARIWN SEEDS, of the best (pinlitv; Tenoeo fire-proof iron ware, window .rlass, nlarcli, stone jars, buck Ptn, puint-. pniut brushes, oils, whito lead linxpml oil. rope, nails of all sizes, and last bntntitlnast, ho has has a large lot of BOOTS A ND SHOES. for ladiet, gentlemen, misses and boys, all 0 which will bo sold only for CASH, but at such reduced prices, that it will bo decidedly to tho interest of purchasers to buy or him in prel'Tcnco to paying a largo per cent to those who sell on a credit. He intends to keep constantly en hand jnst such an assortment or (Jroccriei ns tho necessities of tho country demand, and ft-cls assured that ho will bo ablo to unit all who may favor him with their put-r.-aiaim. Call and examine his stock. MariJO nai:ii4 Afi notick. IiOCTOR CbOPTON ofTershia nroression al services to the citizens of Winchester and vicinity, ani hopes' by strict attention to his duties to merit a liberal share of patroriasre. Oilice on Main street. opposite Brooks' Ho tel ; Residence ono formerly occupied by A.S. Colyar. Esq. Jan 13, 1957. '. h ADAM HANCOCK, LICENSED AUCTIONEER WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE. Will attend promptly to all business in his lino with which he mav bo entrusted. Winchester. October 10, l'.lof). lv. iioteLs. I). T. SCOTT, PKOl'lHHTOli, Corucr Mpri us aiul Smtumcr Si wis NASIIVIIXK. TRNXKSfKI i v a j i' ss 5 rsi: , j W. .STRWART, -IMIOI'RJKTOP. We-t Sido or no KuWtc fquare, MUllFREESBOUO, TENNESSEE, " CITY HOTUU JOHN W. THOMAS, PUOrill HTOLl. south siMi ruiu.in rouaki:. Ml-' KFii EKSliOKO. TENN ESS EE. THACITKLt HOUSE, HI c 11 i n v i i I e, 'S'c 1 1 11. II. S. TIIAC1IEU, PsonuBTon. juiy 11, 1So7 jTifc.l3isiviiIc e si J! , W. W. NUNNELY, PROPRIETOR, EAST SIDH OP. TUB SHU ARK. McWmwlk, Term. This house has been thoroughly rciitteil and contains largo and comfortable rooms. Good accommodations for horses, and persons conveyed to any point they may dcsire. Chartrcs moderate. Julyo ly CUSTEil HOIISE, M. ait'S'rCil, lropriclor, WINCH USTEtt, TKN'SKSSEK. Tho subscriber solicits a share of patronage- from the travelling public, and the people of Winchester and Franklin county. His accommodations are good, and charged mod erate. Call uud sea for yourselves. iW. CL'STE". I run a good hack daily between Dcchord and Winchester, and chargo only ") ?eiits por passenger. CUSTER. Febl3 ti' .. M-cK Mrs. SIM'S HOUSE. fgiitm WINCHESTER, ..TENNESSEE. aiKS. SIMS, (formerly of the WincheilerSprings) continues to conduct u hoiisi! in Winchester for tho accommodation of the public generally. The rooms in this hotel are being thoroughly repaired, and she hopes thnt by thus lilting them up and fur nishing iier table with tho best the market nlfords, she will receive s-till more in addition to the liberal patronage extended to her in the past. Willi this House is connected a good Stable where horses will bo well attended to. J u no'J? ly "ST. NICHOLAS HOTELT" NEW YORK, JUNE 21), 1857. The public are respectfully informed that the price of Hoard at this Itotel has not bf.v advanced, but is m it hasbeeii hereto fore S- "' ppr diem. tkeadwell, -wnrrcoiiE &, co. julyll lm Tiillahorna, Trim. JO. B. SMITH, Pbofrif.toh. Having taken chargo of the above hotel, I will endeavor to please all who may favor mo with a call. From my friends and the citi zens of Franklin and tho surrounding conn try, I would solicit patronage. Tho taile will at all ti nes bo provided with tho best tho country atlords, and every caro will be taken to please all. There it a good Livery Stable contiguous to this house, and the Fayctteville, Mulberry and Lynchburg mail and passenjer coach leaves Ills hotel every .Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for the above places, at 1) o'clock p. u., and returning every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday, at 11 o'clock a.m., making connections, with the Nashville and Chatta nooga and McMinnville and Manchester mail ?rin. Tullahuma, July 11, 1957. OUOVLlt & BAUER'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, Promote the leisure, health and happiness of home. 1 OFFICES: No. 711, Public. Square, Nashville Tenn. No, 4!)5, Broadu'uyi New Vork. ' ' No. 1. Summer Street, Boston.' ' No. 101, Chestnut Stroot, riiiladolpho. Itensous why tlii 9facliiet.e in I'ni viri;iy rrcft'iTcd over A" OJlicrs. 1 Bocauso it is Iho only Sowini; Machino in the world ever invented, so constructed as to fully meet tho dctnaudi of families for jen eraliiso. 2 It is very simple and is never liablo to get out of order. A It makes n scam which will not rip, though every thread slitch is cut. I It isnoiashuttlo machine. ,r It sows with too needles, making any length utitch desired. U It sows from two ordinary spools, and thus all trouble or winding thread is avoided whilo tho samo Machino can he adapted at pleasure, by a mere change of spools, to all varieties of work. 7 Tho same Alauhinc runs silk or linen thread, and common spool cotton, with equal facility. b This Machine will sow in the sleeves of a coat with the same ease and facility that it sews a straightscain. 9 This Machine can bo run to malic ono thousand five hundred slitches per minute. 10 The seems are as elastic as tho most elas tic fabric so that it is free from all liability to break in washing, ironing or otherwise. II The stitclios inado by this machino arc more beautiful than any other made either by hand or machine. fhe price of the Machines at office in New York, runife from Si75 to 15l, an additional an ntliiiiiomiij charge of sStlO is only made on each machine over New York prices at othco 111 jNasiiviue, to dofniy expenses of transportation etc. lo Nashville B.ll. lUlOCKWAY, Secretary. Nashville Sewing Machine Company. March iiOih, ly msirnm ft go, No. (9, Maiiket Stui-.ht, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, AND dkam:i;s in T !n-cv-.lJinf.i niuchiHCs, BJou iufi :id Seiav; .SncSiiascs, nssil i nh 4'i'ti3rs t'tta'H-f'lsfJIvrMraw Vat (crs fi"Jf, 4'uJlivii.t:s SjJiicb'ovw, Chwrsis Scylhes, W3m1' ;isk, 4''3li I'5II5HJ).S H'oj-cw J'HRjps, f'Sssr tjJei.cd Ivuti ItfassiScs l'iiwl--it'nsl, IViaslow Maimer Safcs, fly dr:iuli Coinw, ISomIh, i'lust er S'sa !!, Ltiud-E'lasH'iS Huutto, i"nJsits Oi!S, Vr tabes, and irascc-is. of ail Uao-lji. nm29, 17: ly. MAllBLK MONUMKNTSr " MICHA.EL BAK E U. On repot sticet,ndjnii.iiig Hie lluckct Fm:f.ni y. Mil rfacctiJsoro, Tt nn., ILis m hand nnd will keep a constant sup Ho is prepared to fill orders for any kindcf r.Ionuiiien:s, nt the shortcut notice and 011 the best terms. 1 lo is thankful for tbo patronage he lins heretofore received, ami respectfully solicits a continuance of tho smiie. Ho war rants his work to bo as good as any that can bo purclmsed 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 sin w whero they lie and keep them fresh in your memory. N. B. The partnership existing between Mr. John C. Spence and myself was dissolved at tho beginning of the year 18r)6, by my pur elnsing his entire interest in the firm of M. Baker Si. Co. W. J. SLATTFIt. Agent, Winchester, Tenn. Mar. 6, 1W7. ly WHEAT AND FLOUR. The subscribers have completed the most perfect arrangements that can be made for the sale of Wheat and Flour, and during the remainder of this year will devote their at tention almost exclusively lo the salo of these two article?, and they can say to their patrons with certainty tl at they will realize an much net money by shipping hero as to any market beyond Atlanta, and will do ko with less risk and in shorter time. As to tho peculiar ad vantages of cur market every one is familiar who knows its locality. We will accept on wheat for three-fourths tho value of ship ment nt ISO days payable hero or at Augusta. K. Road Keceipis to accompany tho drafts. Shippers of flour we think would find it to their interest to draw at 00 days, so as lo al low umplo time for sales to bo effected with out forcing sales. Wo will continuo report ing our market prices to tho Tennessee pa pers. They will ba reliable as heretofore. Very respecifullv, augS SEAGO, AHBOTT L CO., Geucral'Com. Merchants, Atlanta, Ga. Rutherford Telepraph, PUBLISHED AT MURFKKKSHOKO, TE.N.NESSEE, W. T. T. Off, PltOFKIETOR. R. S. NORTKCOTT, Editor. 07" American In politics; Circulation 1,000. Terms, i perinnuaS', in advance. ffi Ho nam cuts j ,': (13AST TiawiawEB . i ; M'AHBtE Works, 1J PY CHARLES SCHMITT, ... " Knoxvillo, Tvuiirsscc. Conliuurs tho businoss of Marble Mnnufac. turing at the old Maud, adjoining Williu in IntjIo'H MUIh and Ware Rooms, on Cumber, laud Street, opposite tho Coleman House, and west of Coffin's old stand, where he keeps constantly on baud u larjic osKorlment ol work, such ns jMonnments, 'JoiiiIib, Crave stones, Statuary, Fountains and Urns, of i)0 lalest ulylc, ami of tho finest ami bebt En a Tfiinoaeou Mai bio, which is highly spoken of here and cbewhero. lie has had experience in Mardlo ilunu laciuriiifr for tho last twelve years, especially in the Inrfjeet cities' of Kurope, and in tb e United States; he Halters himself thnt lie fee la ablu to fill all orders concerned with the above busine.-s to a satisfaction, at short notice and cheaper than tl.o chcapebt. . Drawings of the ubovo work will be sent to any Post Olfico in the State ; so persons abrond have a chnnce to purchase by letter, as well as if they wpre hero personally. Qi"ThB East Tenncf-seo Marblo Works received tho premiums offered by the Fairs huld at Loudon, Tenn., October 2:)d, 1855, and at Kuoxville, October JlOth, 1SC5, for the best work in Marble.. Hufer to James Harria, C. It. Einhrcy, E. S. Teniplotou, Nathan Frizzoll, and others, in Winchester. C M. FAKMEU, ogant for Franklin fouuly. l'articuhir attention will by paid to boxing mid packiutr for trantportatii n. Fi bl--""7 : ly aatn'v a aTi ahsm : i m. 1'IIILADELriIJA. luipoi tastt AnnoiiiK't'Kionl. To nil persons afflicted with -Sexual Dis eases, nnd. as 8i'EUM ATOR I! lltEA. SEMI NAL WEAKNESS, IMPOTENCE, G0N OltUIIUA, til.EET, hYITIII.IS, ibe vico of ONANISM, or H- LK AUUSJi, &c. ! 'p10 Howaiid Association, in view of the 1 av destruction of liunian lite, caui-ed by m,! diseases, and tho deceptions praciheil I l. . .. ..('.... . ,.'...t r iu lur Oili.l'IrU l,n,n U poll tin: u iiiui Liunu u 1 1 1,.' o ..j- (k.uw., ', ,.u u directed their Consulting Surgeon, as acimi n a isr.i: icr wonhy of their mime, lo gie .MKUI'CAH ADVICE CnATlS.to all persons thus atilicted, who apply by letter, with a description of their -condition, (age, occupa tion, halnts of li'e.&c) and in cases of ex treme puwirty and sutlcring, to rcitNibn jied-icr.Ni;-) rin.B of jiunue. The Howard Association is a benevolent Institution, established by sj ccial endow merit, for tl.o relief of iho tick end distressed, af flicted w th "Virulent and "Epidemic Dis eases." It has now a eiirplos of mums, which Ibe Directors have voted to expend i'i advert iising the iibme notice. Jt is necdlt s-i in mid thut tin; Association commands lie highest Medical skill of the age, and willl'ui iiitb the UH-.-t approved modem 1 rt a: irei.t. Just published, by the Association, a Repnrt on Spcrmatorrbma. or Seminal Weakness, ll:u vico of OiniMUiu, Alusturbiition or S'elf-AhiiM', and other JXseiifes of Iho Sexual Orgni.s, Ly the Consult ing iSurgcon,. which will be H'lii by mail, (in a scaled envelop",) FEE ('!' CH.ARCiK, on the receipt of two St.a.his lor pustule. Adilrc.-s, Dr. GEO, K. CALHOUN, Cen suiting Surgeon, Howard A.-sociiition. No. 'J, South NINTH tSircof, Philadolphia, Pa. fv order of t.luj Directors. EZRA D. HEAHTWEI.L, President. r,m. FAIP.C1I1LD, Secretary. AT Ills OLD STAND, SOl'TII !'. A ST CKNKR Of THE SUl'.UI'., Winckslcr, rdifea Tvuncsrre. Very thankfu1 for the liberal patroni'ge heretofore extended to h!m, keejs en biiiil and will furnish any article in cub:net finiii lure at the sliorte.-t notice, either of lib ov.11 manufacture or if factory work. He is de termined that no one dim II 11111lers. il liim 'f give more inducements for cm-li'in. -A"' article of his own make thnt does not prove to bo such as be sclhi it for mny bo leimiird on bis hands. COFFLN'S FUUNISHKJJ ,-it all times as cheap us any other person w H furnish them, and on the shortcut notice, nml sent to any portion of the country wiilmat extra charge. His borso that he keeps fi r such purposes "im well known and canii' t surpassed in point of gentleness 111 fry country. July 1'2,1 350. ly THK "'NEW'KJVa" A DHMOl'lSATIC ABVS1M1,U I'L nLISIII'.D WEEKI.V HV GEOItGK W. KIC:i$y, iTITIiiijiviHe, Warioii ftf, 'Jeiin. Tehms Two Dollars a Year, in advance. i M. W. r.OB!NSO.V HKXRV HA'-I" CABINET MAKERS 8l UNDERTAKERS Thankful for past favors, the uudersigacu would Bolicita continuance of tbo same. Furniture for all use, from tho kitchen t iho parlor, constantly on hand or made 1 to or der by good workmen. 07 COTTAR BEDSTEADS also for sale. Having an excellent Hearse, they are pre pared to mako and carry out CoCius on hrl notice and reasonable terms. Junc'27 ly Kqbixsok qH,. TitUSRSSO.YJi' BESSV'VTi COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. . Dealers in all kindsof Froduce. Will sell all uriirle consigned to them attl" highest market prices, and make prompt rateinenU when tho articles aro olu Liberal adbvancements made on consignments v lien upcemarv. (fT Patronage respectfully solicited. July 17 0m roil SALC-ABedStoadind Matt' ADplatlhioffiert; jrna t "ifiar OlifTypeToV ale at this office.