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Fur the execution of this kind of work we are prepared with a varied and extensivo as sortment, of ESAUTSFf JL PLAlfif & FANCY JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, and are roHy to do all kinds of work, nuchas BLANKS OJ" EVERY KIND, PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMMES, POSTER?, CARD'S, CIRCULARS, RECEIPTS, FUNERAL TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, BILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, and every variety of printing that mny be needed in any business community. We hope those having moid of such work will send in tieir orders, and we pl'idgo ourselves to till them in atmn lerthat will give satisfaction to all whoinay fever us with their patronage. Writers often multiply words, in the vain "tlempt to make clear to others what Unot dear to themselves. We learn n little of God's ways, but very little of his purposes. Money is well spent in purchasing tranquility of mind. The more a man is envied, the less he is spared. Happiness can be made quite as well of cheap materials as dear ones. The man who does the most has the least time to talk about what he ilocs. Almost all knowledge is interesting if presented in an interesting mannci. Every day well spent lessens the task God has set before us. Cod punishes in this life to do good. Prodigals ve born of misers, as but terflies nre born of grubs. A Spanish Proverb "What the fool does in the end, the wise man does in the beginning." A French Proverb "The noise of the world drowns the thunder of God." II a good act beniits no one else, it benefits the doer. LUlIiculties dissolve before a, cheer ful spirit like, snow drills before the SHU. A man is slew to perceive his own blownc'iis of perception. The men who jump at conclusions seldom reach nny that are worth hav ing. Thi'M' must he got by climbing. The thoughtless and impatient shut their t yes to danger, rather than labor to avert it. The fame, which follows true great ness no cnemv can hold down. The only praise that ought to be re lied on comes from competent judges without temptation to flatter. The things which are remembered are few and unimportant, compared to those which are forgotten. The world has no time to read books of promise, and very little to read those of performance. Those who excel in utrenSth are not meat likely to show contempt of weak ueis of a child. . Solitary thought corrodes the mind, if It be not blended with social activi ty; and social nctivity produces a rest less craving for excitement if it be not blended with solitary thought. Prime-ministers and Presidents re senible laborers tempted by high wag. es to. undertake difficult, deleterious employment. ' Serve every on as much as you can and compete, with, no more than you . . f -t The ardent reformer moves the mul titade.but the calm philosopher moves the fcr'Jent rcfarrurr. A French author, finding his reputa tion impeded by the lorllity of the critics, resolved to adopt a little strat agem to aMst him in gaining famo and money in spite of his enemies. He dressed himself in a workmanlike at tire, and repaired to a distant province where he took lodgings at a tamer shot), in which he did a little work ev ery day at the forge and auvil. But the greater part ol his time was secret ly devoted to the composition of three lurgo volumes of poetry and essays, which he published as the works cf a Journeyman Blacksmith. Itio trick succeeded; all France was in amaze ment; the poerns of this "child of na ture, this "untutored genius,' tun "in spired son ot Vulcan," as he was now called, were immediately praised by the critics, and were soon praised by everybody. The harmless deceit filled the pockets of the poor poet, who laughed to see the critics writing in cessant praise on an author whose ev ery former elfbrt they made a point ol abusing. We make the following extract from the speech of Mr. Buchanan, general ly termed his "low wages" speech. "In Germany, where the currency is purely metalic, and the cost of every thing is reduced to a hard money stan dard, a piece of broadcloth can be manufactured for fifty dollars, the manufacturer of which in our country from the expansion of paper currency would cost one hundred dollars. What is the consequence? The foreign French and German manufacturer imports this clo: h into our country and sells it fora hundred. Does not every person perceive that the redundancy of our currency is equal to a premium of one hundred per cent, in favor of the manufacturer. "No tariirof protection, unless it a mounted to prohibition, could counter act the advantages in favor of foreign manufactures. 1 would to heaven that I could arouse the attention of every manufacturer of the nation to this im portant subject. "What is the reason t' at. with all these advantages and with the pro tective duties which our laws allord to the domestic manul'actuier of cot ton, we cannot obtain exclusive pos session of the homo market, and suc cessfully contend for the markets o! the world? It is simply because, we manufacture at the nominal prices of our own inflated currency, and are pcomelled to sell at the real prices of other nations. Heduce our national (prices of labor) to the real standard throughout the world, and you cover the country with blessings and bene fits. "The comparative low prices of France and Uermany. have, atlorded such a stimulus to I heir manufactures that they arc now rapidly extending themselves and would obtain posses sion in no small degree, even of the English home market, if it weie not for their protection duties. Whilst British manufactures are now lan guishing, those of the continent are springing into a healthy and vigorous existence.' When you get into a fit of passion, just walk out into the air, you may speak to the winds without hurting any one or proclaiming yourself a sim pleton. Never take a paper more than ten years without paying for it. If, at the end of the ten years, the printer insists on having his pay, bo sure to stop it in disgust. Words that are often used together become associated inthe mintljandun less we resist the force of verbial as sociation we shall often say something different from what we mean. We must walk through life as thro' the Swiss mountains, where a hasty word may bring down t.n avalanche. Confused thought is a cheap com modity, but some writers parade it as if it were a precious jewel. Thou shalt love and respect the good mechanic for he is the standard of thy country. 1 Old age has deformities enough of its'own do not add to it the deform ity of vice. Education beginsthe gentleman, but reading, good company and education must finish him. So great is the circumference of the hoops worn by the fair sex in a cer tain citv not far off that the Mayor and Aldermen have passed a law pro- ; viding fur the enlargement ol all tne street, pavements, ice ' Dr. Shicklefor.t, an old line democrat, of BUir county, Pennsylvania, has taken ; th aturap in favor of Fillmore. j Jlau. T. W. Thomas. Buchanan Elec tor in Georgia, haa thrown up his com ttisiton, on lha ground that he can't sup ,yrtJ3Khanan, and moat oecimrily fall Ivts-ta mppert of Fillmor. . ' ? i rPrmthNMDvUUPtrlut. SaUATTEK SOVKBKI'I V " V WHAT 13 in : It is the dottnne that the people of a Territory, while in a territorial condi tion, have the right to frame tuch do mestic institutiovs as they choose, and in the exercise of this right, to abolish or permit slavry. What Democrats have said of I hi Doctrine. IT IS "INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE CONSTITUTION." Union aud American, A DOCTRINE OF "ALL OTHERS" THE "MOST ODIOUS . TO THE SOUTH."-Nash. Union and Ameri can. THE MOST MONSTROUS DOC TRINE EVER ADVANCED BY AN AMERICAN STATESMAN. John 0 Calhoun. "WORSE THAN WILMOT PRO VISOISM." hhu C. Calhoun. "AS INDEFENSIBLE IN PR1NCI PLE AND DANGEROUS IN PRAC TICE AS W1M0T PROVISOISM." Conventions of Ahbama and Virginia in 1848. "WILL NEVER SUPPORT ANY CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDEN CY OR VICE PRESIDENCY WHO MAINTAINS IT." Sam. "Among tho fair, but false and fatal theories of the day none attracts so much homage os the "Squatter Sovereienty" courtezan. There are none so radi ant with mertricious chorms, none so ready with (Jewitful promise, and none so sure to cover their victim with shame and reproach. The sovereignty of the people is a noble principle, and should command universal homn.ee. "SQUAT TER SOVEREIGNTY," IS AN 1M- POSTER A COUNTERFEIT COPY AN UGLY IDOL WROUGHT BY MEN'S HANDS AND SHOULD BE KICKED OFF THE PEDESTAL WHERE IT SITS IN MOCK MAJES TY AND COURTS THE ADMIRA TION OF FOOLS AND DEMA- FILLMORE IS ONE OF THE SOUN DEST MEN INTHE UNION ON THE SUBJECT OF SLAVERY; AND THAT HE IS A PATRIOT AND A STATES MAN. HIS ADMINISTRATION HAS COGUES." Richmond Enquirer. Mr. Bitcliannn ami Squatter Sovereignty. Mr. Buchanan in his letter of accept nnco openly and boldly approves this doc trine. Remember that, people of the South, an 1 read the following: "Rut while giving to his letter the ac knowledgement of oui admiration nnl re spect, we refrain from evoking any recol lections which may seem to mar the sin cerity of our praise, and for a like reason we forbear all comment upon the inter pretation which Mr. Buchanan gives to a disputed point of Democratic doctrine, re specting tho power of a Territory to es tablish or prohibit the institution of sla very. Mr. Buchanan.it will beseen, gives in his adhesion to the principle of Squat ter Sovereignty, as it is popularly called, in terms the most definito and express, understanding, as he does, that Congress by its recent legislation upon this subject, has simply declared that the peoplo of a Territory, like those of a State, shall de cile for themselves whether slavery frhall or shall not exist within their limits." National Intelligencer. Hear what John Van Buren S8ys of the Democratic platform: lam aware that some gentlemen with whom I formerly acted a few, as I trust ee the matter in a different lijiht. Like myself, they form their own convic tions, as they have a right to do, and act upon them. They seem to suppose that some new rule has been laid down, or some new principle avowed upon the subject of slavery which cells upon ihem to quite the Democratic party. I see no such thing. Entertaining similar senti ments, in some respects, with themselves, I yet seo nothin? in the proceedings of the Cincinnati Convention thai rails up on me to quit the party in which I have been born and reared. Applause. I am told, in looking at the resolutions of that convention, they have been able to discover that they pledge the Democrat ic organzation to the extension of slavery to free territory. I have rca 1 these reso lutions carefully, and with what little in telligence I have been able to apply to them, Iran find no such thing in them. I offer a reward, now, to any of those in telligent Republican gentlemen to point me not to an outrage in Cansas, not to a scuffle in Washington, not to an im proper tpeech or an improper newspaper article but a line or sentence in the Cincinnatli resolutions which advocates or encourages the extension of slavery to freo territory, . Applause. An old lady "Down East" being at a loss for a pincussion.made one of an on ion. On the following morning she found all the needles had tears in their eyes. Hon. Ephriam Bruster, an old-line Democrat, of Massachusetts, has repudi ated the Cincinnati nominees. anJ de clared for Fillmore. NASHVILLE: HUGHES VltOTIIEUS, Ambrotype, r holograph Ic and Da jruerrcnn Artists 20 Union Street, Nashville. AMBROfYPES, PIIOTOMRAPHS, plain or colored in Oil, and warranted a perma-m-nt as anv other style of painlinjr. Dagucr roiitypcs, Staneoscopir, Croyuu or Vignette. .iimu mli or utvlfi nf Picture taken at this i-siahlishment in the highest style ot the art, . . I. ami warranted to piense or nnaiv. Anibrotypcs. Although these beuutit'ul pictures woro but .,.., ii iiiti-nrtiipftd hv the mi bc rili urn .n thi im on i; j ' city. 'In y havo become so popular that wo linve. at a very jrreui Mpuni-e, w.-cur um service-" of a celebrated artist from Now York to attend to this branch of the business exclu sively. Bring along the Juvcmles. Children can. by this process, have a faith ful likeneHM tnken in a faw neconds, and war rMiiu d perfect or no clinrjre wdl be made Br nir ihem alone and have them taken before trying elsehcre. A lull assortment of Ambrotype, Photo empiric and Dauuerrenn stork and apparatus r . .... i i i ..... ...i.. ... i. Kepi con-'t'inuy on nana nnu iur run- m wc lowest market com prices. MarlS ly Piauo Fortes, Looking Glasses, Ac W. A IS. MtlEJtl.hV, DEALERS IN Pinnon, Melodeons, Window Shades, Artist's Materials. Cabinet iMnkurs' Materials, Oil Paintings anil Engravings, h ronn li W lldllW (illlrlH. &.(!. Manufacturers of G.lt Alan'lnand Pier Look ing Glauses, Portrait anil Picture l-rames, ilo Window Blinds. &c, So. Vi College St., Xashville, Tenn MarlS MF7A: A IIKOTT No. 15, Cedar Street, !;islivill. Tennessee, DEALERS and Manufacturers of Cents' Mi,d! CloililnL'. nnd Cloihinsr made to order in tho best manner; Genu' fur- niwliing (iondsot fivery description unci nnesi qunliiv: Such ns CoMars, Suspenders, Gloves, ilnlt-haie, On vats. Siocks. Neck-lies: White Cotton and Linen t-h rt; Silk, Woolen, Cotton. Merino and Ca hmere Under-shirts and Draw ers; and everv h njr required to render a gen Ipin'in s.w nriirnoe uimpieie. February 10, MO ly. rUUXITUUC DEPOT. JOIi.V I f T T ef. :i S O .1 No. 10, College, St., NASHVILLE, TENN. (fcS A" kinds of Furniture, Clock", Lamps, alwavs on hand and for sale Wholesale and Retail. Mnrlu Jy ATtfTK 0S V O V. TNI. D., Successor to W. F. Crnv. W II O I. E S A I.E A N l H E T L I L I) It UGG rsrr. Penler in Medicines, Paints. Oils, Dye Stuffs, &;., Corner nf Bread nnd Market Siruets, NASHVILLE, TENN. maris lv KOftrs, SI30i:$ ami BROGANS, Sole Leather, Valkrs. Trunks, and Travelling Hags, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J AO. ltAMAUE, J-,' College street. NASHVILLE. A InriTonnil ennprini-stni-k of Boots. Shoes, GaitersriJiiskins. Slippers, &c, for Lnd.es and Gentlemen, Misses, Boys ami Children, in addition to my regular purchase I am con stantly receiving stock of every description, of the best manufacture and at toe lowest prices. Cull at 42 College street. July 19 ly J .NO. RAMAGE. MArtMIW IIOUSU, Market Street. Two doors North of the Square, orrostTE the inx, Nashville, Tennessee. W. L. BERRY, having taken churge ot this bouso. is prepared to acccominoda;e all who may favor bun with a, call, with good rooms find b -ard ut i bout half the charges ol the large hotels. Thankful for the l.bcral patronage heretofore extended, he solicits a continuance of the same, and hopes togivo en tire satisfact on. Good accommodation for horses. (r House open at a'l hours, and meals fu nished to suit Railroad tune. February 10, '33-tf. sr. Lorn iioTix, D. T. SCO IT, PROPRIETOR, Coracr Spring and Summer Streets NASHVILLE, TEVNESSEE. DRY GOODS. THE undersigned are now receivine, and will have ready for exhibition by the 20th inst., the largest and best assorted st"ck of American, English, French, German and Swiss FACV GOODS. They have ever had tho pleasure to show to the Ketatl Merchant. 1 hey have spare I no pains nor expense in getting up a Stock Irom whicn an classes oi mer chants can select their assortments. They have made larger investments this season in FIXE GOODS Than they have over done before and re spectfully solicit an examination of their stock from the retailer, when visiting the city believing that with tin VERY LtllGP. ASSOItTTIEXT And low prices, thuy will be able to of fer inducements to all. MORGAN & CO., No. 49 Public Square. Nashville, Aug. 14,1853. " Rutherford Telegraph, PVliUiltED AT MDRPREESEORO. 1 EX3ESSEK, . W. T. T.OTT. Pbopwetob, R. S. NORTRCOTT, Editoh. (gjr American in politic; Circulation 1,000, rornis. s)i per annum, in advance. July 9 : ly LONDON rORTEB several dozen bottles f this excellent diink, just received nd for sl7 J. U. KNOX. Aug.SV BUSINESS CARDS. uar mm v v t ' --v North-East corner of the Puttie Square, WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE. HIr. Sims, formerly of the Winchestt, Springs, has opened a houso of PUBLIC EN TERTAINMENT in tho town of Winches ter, where she would be plessod to receive u portion of tho Public Patronage. She pledges herself to render nil comfortnb'e who may (five her acall. promising to furnish her tab'" with the best tho country affords. MarlS tf MEDICAL NOTICE. Dr. A. G. Clopton having permanently located in Winchester ofTers Ins professional services to iho citizens of the county. Office on Main si rent, cue dnor above J. II. Knox's fumily grocery ; resident, one for merly occupied by F. T. Estill, Eq. MarW ly sra;v it i iioish, J. W. STEWART, PROI'IUETOR, weit side r untie SQUARE, Mnrfrecsboro', Tennessee. THIS house has lie-n recently fined up. and newly furnii-hed. The Pmpiietor will spare no pains to make it u fmt class I! tel. and hopes to receive a liberal fcliare of patron age. l-Vhrnary 10. '."iO-lv. LEWiS HIETCAM E, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW WINCHESTER. TENNESSEE, Will give prompt attention to all claims en trusted to him. I7Irl1inivillt Tim, W. W. NUNNELY, PROPRIETOR, EAST SIDi: OP THE SQUARE. Mc Mi nno Ue, Tenn. This houso his been thoroughly refit' ed and contains large and comfortable rooms. Good accommodations for horses, and persoiu conveyed tunny point they may desire. Cha'rires moderate. July5 ly COLVAK & rUIZZELE, ATTORNEYS &. COUNSi-.LORS AT LAW WINCHESTER, TK.NW. CITY EJOIIX. JOHN W. THOMAS, PROPRIETOR. siiutii sit'F. rum.ic square. HI n I'lVecMboro', Tennessee. THIS (-01111110(110118 house ha-t just b' en erec ted, and hivinif b'en well titled up viih new nnd clegmit furniture in nil apan n-ems is now n-ii'ii tor iIih rnceotion of iiermuiieiil nnd Iran- S'fiitb.'arders, and for the accommodation ot the travelling ptiliiic. The Propneior promises n first class Hotel, and hopes to receive a share of patronage. February 1(5, '00 ly. oXclsTTTlA li I N I-. J. M. BtrRRllL'GII Would inform the citizens of this county and the rest of mnnkind genernlly that he contin ues to mnke Mhem hue buggien'md carriages of every description to suit the taMe uf any one that will gie lion a cull. Repairing done on liberal terms. Winchester, March 8, 1350. ly S. W. HOU'iJlTON. F. A. LOUGIIMILLER IIOt'GIITON & LOIGII.UILLEU, DliUGGlSTS, AND PEALFKS IN COOKS ANO FANCY ARTICLES, PAINI'S, OILS, &e&c. V i lie best er. Te n nesscc. (Cr I'n si-riptions filled ut ull h-mrs. Jiily26.T)(i-ly. If. & L. JAMES 15. VOCAG, (Successor to Walker - Younir.) SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER. Winchester, Tennessee. Keeps I'oiu-tii ill iy on pnBak h'-nit and re pre pared to mnnuf'iic- lure till kinds of Saddles, Uridles, and Itliirtinales, nnd every dtnrri-Mon WAGON HARNESS in the neatest nnd ihe most durnh c- iniinner, which ihey ure oiioring on the most rousoiin ble terms for cash, or Ut puuc unl dealers on the usual time. Hon on ilie east side of the public square, next door to E q. Finch's otlicR. N. 13. Every kiul of produce taken in ex change for work, su.:ii ns corn, meal, "'heat, flour, bacon, pork, lard, plunk, boards, shin gles, &c, &e. March 1"), 1S30. ly . ill. FXRnKh, AT HIS 01.0 STAND, S?l'TII-RA3T C0RNE11 OF THE LJ SQtMKE, Winchester, KJ3 Tennessee. Very thankfu' for the liliersl puttonnge heretofore extended to him, keeps onhiinl and will furnish aiiy article in cabinet furni I urn at the shortest notice, either of his own maniifuc'uri! or if factory Wirk. He is de termined that no one shall undersell him or mve mora inducement lor custom. Anv I article of his own make that does not prove to be such as lie sells it for may be returned on liis hands. '- ' COFFINS FURNISHED at all times as cheap many oiIht person w.ll furnish ihem, and on tho shortest no ice. and sent to any portion of the conn ry wi lmut extra c'iarge. His horse that he keep f, r such purposes is well known and cannot be surpassed in iioint .wt cenlleness in anv count rv. July li. 1955. IC O II I ft O &, II ILL, CABINET MAKERS, Winrlictcr. Tennessee. - THANKFUL tor I aa favors, It leave to inform their friends asd ihe pi blicg-nenliy, that they still coutinu.i ihe Cab net Bu-nes t their new bou, Somli-east side of the Public Squ ire, Winchester. Tenn. FIIBNITVHC Constsn lv on hand, or made 10 or!er. So fj and Clnirs re-upholstered, and old furni ture repaired. Matiresve n a-le in oidemn short notice. Coffiiiamadtt and rnnvyed to anr part of ths count? 1 ho it tx r riittjt. ROBINSON & HALL. 15 W?ll!i'1''' Vrt rabiwylVSO-ly. MISCELLANEOUS EAST TENNESSEE t MARBLE WORKS, BY CHARLES SCHMITT, Kiioxville Tenncwec. Continues the business of Marble Mutiufuc luring nt tho old stand, adjoining William Inglo's Mills und Ware Eooms, oil Cumber land S reet' opposite tho Coleman House, nnd west of Coffin's old stand, where he keeps ciinstnni ly on hnnd a lurco nssortmrnt o; work, such as Monuments, TomliB. Gruvc--stones, Statuary, Fountains and Urfls, of tho latest style, and of the finest und beat East Tt-nncssee Mnrble, which is highly spoken of" here and elsewhere. He has hud experience in Mardle Munu faciuring for tho Insi twelve years, especially in the largest cities of Europe, and in the United States; he flatters himself thnt life feels ablo to fill all orders concerned with the above business to a satisfaction, at short notice and cheaper than the cheapest. ..... Drawings of the abovo work will be sent to nny Post Office in the State ; so persons abroad have a chanco to purchase by letter, as well' as if they were hero personally. 0$- The East Tennessee Marble Works received the premiums offered by the Fairs ' held at Loudon, Tenn., October 'JUd, l$5.r, and at Kivxville, October 20ih, 1935, fortho best work in Marble. Refer to James Harris, C. R. Embrey, B. S. Templeton, Nutbjm Frizzcll, and otbera, in Winchester.. C. M. FARMER, agant for Finnklro coun'y. Particular attention will bo paid to boxiny and pack i no- fur transportation. Feb 3 '50 ly ISATIIISG SALOO-V AND DARBEIC HOP. Henry, the Burlier, calls the attention of tho citizens of Winchester mid vicinity tohis EXCELLENT BATH ROOMS he bus just fitted no in connection with hit BARBER SHOP. These Rooms nre supplied with water from two of 'he best Cisterns lobe found anywhere,, hold.nsr near four hundred barrels. Warm, Cold. Shower and Pouring baths, also an As--(ending Douche, very convenient. He feels confident that better fnclihrs for bathing can not he found anywhere Worth or South. And as the cleans, ng 0!' the body is a thing conducive to lit ulth and pleasure, he Matters himself that he will receive a liberal patron-ase- Shaving and hair-dressing also contin ued as usual, after the most approved styles. A supply of the finest C'iRars aluavs on hand. HENRY, the Barber. Maria 8m AMERICAN ORGAN: i Daily ami Weekly Newspaper, VESPASIAN ELLIS, Editor, Washington, D. C CIItCCEAIt. THE undersigned, members nf the Nation al Executive Committee of the American par ty, havo pleasure in anwouiu'ing to '.lio peo ple, that satisfactory arrangements for the fu ture miiinieuunce of the American Organ, as nn nuihoritntive exponent and ndvocitu of tho principles of the American pariy, have been completed. Recommending its labors, under these new auspices, the undersigned cheer ully commend, the American Organ 10 the generous 'confi dence of the Anicricnn parly, in every section ofil.e Confederacy, and they hope its columns, may command the widest circulation. Humphrey Marshall, of Ky. Soli-mon G. Haven, of N. . J. Morrison Harris, of Aid. Jacob Broom, of Pcnn. Washington-City, D. C, May 15, 1950. 2'rospectns of the Amerlcuta Organ- The American Organ having been adopted, by tin: Executive CVniimttrc of the American members of Congress, us the eentrd organ of he American par y, the propr.etor, w.th a view In its trenerul ; nil ex ens ve circulation throughout the country, has determined, en consultation ith his politi, 11I t'r.eiuls, to fur nish the same to subscribers whose subscrip tions aru reojitted a'ter May 1-t. nnd during the uiontl.s of At ay. June, and July, on tho following reduced terms, :o wit : l iiily Organ, lor one war $3 0t Dailv Orijin. for six mom hs - 0(J Weekly Orjran, for one year to single subscribers . Wpf-k y Orjrnn, f rsix mon'.hs, tosin gle subscribers ' Weekly Organ, for one year, to clubs of eisjht or mere, eoch Weekly Organ, for 6 months, to clubs of eight or more, each Weekly Orjran. for Ihe campaign, to wn: from 1st July to 15ih November, each -. - 1 CO' 1 00 1 '& :5 50 ft" All communications should be directed ; to the "American Org'in." Washington C.ty, D. C. VESPASIAN ELLIS, aug2 - 3t Proprietor. NOTICE I HAVE Ibis dav snirirestcd tho insolven J cy of the estate of A. B. Gordon, deceased, to j the Clerk of ihe Conny Court of Franklin j county. AM persona having' efaima against ' saul estate will file Ibem v ith l e Clerk ' tbor j Coun'y Court on or before 'he2'2d day ot Octo ber, 1H.jo. UAxDhJV IVJAKUi, npr,rJ0-:lt Administrator Insolwnl Notice. Havvnj suggested li e insolvency of the lato of R.Q. 'iVjtor, d"'M, ti the proper au thority, all persons holdiiigclainisafifa:nst said eslat are requested to file them with theclerk of ihe County Court by ihe 30ib dny of No vember, 1U,, 10 be ilea ft with acd-rd ngto law. ADAM HANCOCK. Aly31..tr , Adin'rR-Q. Taylor, dec'i. GROCERIES-J. H. KNOX ha just re ceived an a.-srnnent of Family Gr varies, which ho is rcaly toexh.b.t to those wialuDj to purclinsH. ' " ' Aug. 30, 50. .:' : EXTRA Fsmllv Flour a large lot just f ce vfd and ftr salo low for rash, hy Auir. 3'!. 'SB. J H. KNOX. POWDER and Shot any quantitr on hsni Und for sa la br J. II KJS'OX. I Aof. 30. '69.