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DO" A premium ef either one of the three Magazines for one year, Harper, Graham or Godey, will be awarded to the gentleman or lady who will furnish our Carrier with the best Address to present his patrons on Christmas mor "Prominent among the beautiful and thriving towns of this State is the em ineut place of Winchester." Nash. Gazette. Right about that. Ahem! DC7 A. Jourdan will please accept our thanks for those nice oysters and "other things" presented us last even ing. They were delicious indeed, and 'fixed up' just to suit the taste. Particular attention is directed to the advertisement of E. Yager, who offers for sale some beautiful town lots in McMinnville. Properly is rising rapid ly there, and this could not be other than safe investment. M. cz H. Nausauer offer their stock of goods very low for cash. They wish to close out by the first of March. ...... . i See advertisement of land for sale by R. J. Turner. Win. . Taylor advertises two tiacts of land to be sold'on the first Mon day of January. John Ramage of Nashville, deal er in Boots and Shoes, has a magnificent assortment on hand, which he offers to the city and country trade. See advertisement of wagon for sale. S& The members of Mountain Division are requested to meet at their Hall this evening at 6 o'clock, as busi ness of importance will be transacted. S&" We have not been able to get up the usual amount of reading mat ter for the inside of this paper. The senior editor is very unwell, and has been all this week. DC7 We learn by private letter that a democratic paper is to be commenc ed at McMinnville now in a few weeks. The Enterprise, published at . that place, has changed, Mr. Medearis, former editor and publisher, being so afflicted with ill health as to render v v it impossible for him to discharge the duties devolving upon him. We have not received the paper since it has changed. , Cheap.-- The Hughes Brothers are taking Melainotypes and Ambrotypes at the low price of fortu-five centsl Don't forget to call on them when you go to Nashville. x DCf Buchanan's majority In Ala j bam is 18.000. The regular winter term of the Supreme Courtmet at Nashville po last Wednesday. WINCHESTER GROCERY MARKET WHOLESALE TRICES CURRENT Corrected Weekly by James Campbell. COFFEE, V pound, Rio, 14fa)10 SUGAR, V pound, New Orleans Brown, HGDlS Crushed, 20 Clarified, 16 SALT, Sack, fine, 8 75 " coarse, 3 CO Barrel, f1 bushel, 80 MOLASSES. eallon. Reboiled, . 80 FLOUR. In sacks of 100 lbs., 3 50 AXES, bp dozen, Collins & Co., 14 OOfcDlO 00 BEESWAX. & pound Yellow, 18(cD20 CANDLES, & pound. Mould, 18(5)20 Pressed, 18020 Star, 30 FEATHERS, livege seopl b. 30 FRUIT, p bushel, Dried Apples, pooled, 1 00 " Peaches, unpeeled, 1 00 GRAIN, f bushel. Corn, 3540 Wheat 80(5)85 Rye, 50(5)00 Oats, 30 NAILS, Assorted, keg of 100 lba $6 Q1 00 LARD, pound, 8 BACON, f pound, 9 RICE, in barrels, f lb. 70 TALLOW, op lb. 10 TOBACCO, Caldwell's, bp lb. 20(5)25 GINSENG, dried, bp lb. 18(5)25 SHOT, bag, 2 50 aaiaMiasMnimnraanraMaaMa TEEMS OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square Cor the first, and fifty cents for euch subsequent insertion. A liberal discount made on yearly advertisements. 1 square, (ten lines) one year. 2 squares one year 3 squares one year Fr one half of u column $10 00 15 00 IS (Ml 25 00 1 square nix months 7 00 2 squares six months 10 00 3 squares six months 13 00 Fur one half of a column 'M 00 1 square three in mths 5 50 2 squares three months " 8 00 3 squares three months 10 00 i column " " 13 00 For announcing candidates for office the charge will be three dollars, in advance. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. For the execution of this kind of work we are prepared with a varied and extensive as sortment of BEAUTIFEPLAE?& FANCY JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, and are ready to do all kinds of work, euch as BLANKS OF EVERY KIND, PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMMES, POSTERS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, RECEIPTS, FUNERAL TICKETS, DRUi LABELS, RILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, and every variety of printing that may be needed in any business community. We hope those having need of such work will send in their orders, and we pledge ourselves to fill ihcm in amannerthat will give satisfaction to all whoinay fnvor us with their patronage. CWLYAU & FRIZZELL, ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW WINCHESTER, TENtf. S I Y HOTEL. JOHN W. THOMAS, PROPRIETOR. SOUTH SI EE FUBLIC SQUARE, Miirlieesfooro', Tennessee. THIS commodious house has just been erec ted, and having been well titled up with new and elegant furniture in all apartments is now open for the reception of permanent and Iran sient boarders, and for the accommodation of the travelling public. The Proprietor promises a first class Hotel, and hopes to receive a share of patronage. February 10, '56 ly. 8. W. HOUGHTON. F. A. LOUGHMILLEK HOUGHTON & LOITGIIIMLLEB, DRUGGISTS, AND DEALERS IN BO0K3 AND FANCY ARTICLES, PAINTS, OILS, &C..&C, Winchester, Tennessee. (ft- Prescriptions filled at all hours. July20,'56ly. II. &, L. ROKIIVSOIV & II VI, L, CABINET MAKERS, Winchester, Tennessee. THANKFUL (or past favors, beg leave to inform their friend unit tha nnMi mmanli.. that their still continue, thn Cnhmm R.i.m.,.. at their new house, South-east sido of the ruoiic square, Winchester, Tenn. riricxiTuitE Constant! on hand, nr miwlo in . . tns and Clmirs re-upholstered, and old furni ture repaired. Mattresses made to order on short notice. Coffins mado and conveyed to any part of the county without extra char?. - iiUUiasUiN & HALL. February 16, '501. LEWIS MPTr lirr ATTORNEY Si COUNSELOR AT LAW WINCHESTER, ... TENNE3SKK, Will give prompt attention to all claims an- iraued n Dim. DRY GOODS. THE undersigned are now receiv. and will have ready for exhibition by ti 20th inst., the largest and best aborted stock of Amorican, English, French. German and Swiss imkcv coons. They have ever had tlio plensure to show to the Retail Merchant. They have sparod no pains nor expense in getting up a Stock from which all classoa of Mer chants can select their assortments. They have mado larger investments this season in riNE goods Than they have over done before and re spectfully solicit an examination of their stock from tho retailer, when visiting the city believing that with tho VEKY LA1SGE AKSOUTJIKNT, And low prices, thoy will bo able to of fer inducements to all. MORGAN & CO., No. 49 Public Square. Nashville, Aug. 14,1850. c. ji. imktii-:!:, AT HIS OLD STAND, SOlTH-KAST CORNER OP TUB SfllMRB, Winchester, nsSb.? Trmics.irr Very thankful for the liberal pntronn(ri? heretofore extended to him, keeps on hand and will furnish any article in cnbiii't t'urni turo at the shortest notice, either of his own manufacture or of factory work. Ho is de termined that no ono ah n 1 1 undersell him or givo more inducements for custom. Any articlo of his own mnko that does not prove to bo such as ho sells it for may be returned on his hands. COFFINS FURNISHED at nil times as cheap nsnny other person w 11 furnish them, and on the shortest no'ice. and sent to any portion of the oonivry wi'hnnt extra charge, disburse thnt ho keep for such purposes is well known and cannot li surpassed in point of peutloncss in any count rv. July12, 1950. ly PHOTOGRAPHY. I am now prepared to execute, in the best style of the art, A.T1 BKOTYPES, PSSOTOG 51A ?' US, Oil DAGUERREO T V P E S , at my rooms, over Houghton & Loiu'.h miller's drug store. Those wishing miniatures, please call and examine specimens. The Ambrotypo 1 have recently intro duced, ami Eueccel far beyond my most sanguine expectations. They am surely a great improvement over the Dagtierico typo, both in beauty of appearance and facility of execution. Bring on your children tliey can be taken before they can have lime to move. Satisfaction in nil cases iruarnnice l or no clianro. J. W. HOUGHTON. Winchester, Aug. 10, '5C-tf. , By virtue of a decree cf the. Coun y u:t of Frankl n County, in Tennessee, i.rnii'i. me ed at its November term, li(. I will on Shi. unlay, the '20th day of December, lH.Vi, olfer fur sale to the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve mon'hs, at the ciiir; lo.u-e I'mir. n i In t uvn of Wiiichcstr r, sll thai port mi o'' th tract of land belniiiii io tli'e!n!' o 'Mantes M Donaldson, dee'd, hep'tolim- -1 I tiv n'der of sanl Cutiiit v Court, nnd hid . .r' hv Ci'i:n!e- I'ensnii, coiit Mniiiir 41 acres, by sipvey-. a plot of which ill bi".-x!,.h te ! on rl iy o' sm!i. The purchaser will lie required tit g'V.i bond and approved security, and a 1 en will lie retained for purchase money. Novll :?t W.M. E. TAYLOR. $al' of I.aiul. Bv virtue of a decree of the Clnncery Court at Winchester, Tennessee, prtiuounced Au gust Term, lS'ili, in the cause Edward Ed wards vs. Win. Drear, deed, I w.ll, un 'he l'tth day of December next, iipfore lite ''uurt House door in Winchester. Tennessee, sell on a creilit of lour moirhs a tntc of lurid in Franklin Cminlv, dist'-;ci No. enMtuniii,' 227 J acres, more or es, b -.nx he tract pur chased by Ldward LdAiirls ot John Knight, and by linn sold to Win. Orear, dee'd. and on which Wm. B. Knii'ht now livec. Bond and security required, and a lien retained until purchase money is paid . UU. FRANCIS, C. & M. Winchester, Nov. W, 1-3.16. tds JAMES II. YOUNG, (Successor to Walker cj- Young,) SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, Winchester, Tennessee. Keeps constantly on rjjyi "!nd and are pre pared to inanufac- JTtureall kinds of Saddles, Bridles, nnd Itl.-trtiiigalcs, and every description of WAGON HARNESS in the neatest and the most durable manner, which they are offering on the most reasona ble terms for Cash. 0 In rmiicltinl flmilnrj on the usual time. Khon on the east side of the public square, next door to Esq. Finch's office. N. B. Everv kind nf change for Work, such as corn, meal, "'heat, Hour, bacon, pork, lard, plank, boards, shin gles, &.c, &c. March 15, 1850. ly D. T. SCOTT, PKOPRIBTOIt, Corner Spring and Summer Streets NASHVILLE, TEXNESmEB. iTIrTlitm villi Inn, W. W. NUNNELY, PROPRIETOR, EAST SIDE OF THE SUUARE, . McMinnwlle, Tenn. This house tins been thoroughly refitted and contains large and comfortable rooms. Good accommodations for horses, and persons conveyed toany point they may desire. Charges moderate. July5 ly FOR SALE A (mod agefour seats. Apply at this office. "S lm COACH TIAItINt;. J. M. BURROL'fiH Would inform the citizens of tins county mid the rest of mankind oenenUv ihm ha ...m.... ues to make 'them fine buggiex' a id carriages of every description to suit the ta.-te of anv viiu mm win piTe nun a can. Repairing done on liberal terms. Winchester, March 8, 1856. ly EXCELSIOR CORN & COB MILL. THE FARMING COMMUNITY, having lii come generally convinced of the groat nd vanillic of ijrindinir Corn and Cob for Stock, ;he only tiition to he considered is which is th" I'esi Al ill lor the purpnr.o' In all the cast, iron Mil Ik heretofore rilfored, a cry xeri ouh objei'iiDii has existed, a wnntof (lurability, or liability soon : wear out. In tho "Excel, sior" liint object nil is removed: The grinding Mirlace. winch s iim only purl, lialil- in weur. out, coiifiHtf i if rup Mid ciisis sepa rate from iho Mill, mill "hen wiini nut can b" ri'iunved j anil re.'d'iced nl m enst of'tlireo ilnllars. Thisi mill is MroU", miii.iIc in const ruction, easily! put up, and cuu be moved from place to place without difficulty, ami will crush 15 bushels per hour of'c'i.in mid cnli Cor stock, an I ff rind meal for family use. Tho "Excelsior" wus awarded the highest premium at the greattri- .TAMKS .CAMPBELL, VIIUf.KSAI.B A Nt Ktyp 1.11. fiROCEi!, viuc!it'.i'r, Tcaa., f ONT1NCIC-" - In! business formerly con ducted under 'he firm of James, Campbell & Son. 'it the otii 'and, where he is prepared to iiccnitii'iiid:ite cus'.oiners. Ho is thankful for past paironaie ami very re-pec' fully so licits a coutiiiuiinee, Call and examine, his groceries before purchasing elsewhere. He has now on hand, a fresh assortment of Groceries, consisting of all kinds of Sugar, Tea, Cnffi.e, Molasses, Flour. Bacon, a fine fresh lol of Havana Cigars, Confectionerie-i nnd 'evervthiiig usually kept in a Grocery Store. Cull nnd examine. Winchester, August 23, 1:3;":) tf. 'I'll WAi KSTLOIEX'S " EMPORIUM! NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THE subscribers are now prepared to say that, their stock of Full and Winter Clothing is snnrior to tiny they have over rcforo offered in this city, comprising every article that Ten lleinon have nrcasinn for, ei'her for niloni 1'ieiil nr comfort. Our garments are mado up in fhilidelphm in iho ino-t substantial nuii.ner bv exiirfrni'-ed nnd titslei'iil workmen, wli.se siirvev s m re ie voted ;n ir.if nv, n epeeial r r:i f ' r- , and ns 'hey ate hotter p iid than tailors gener ally they are expeo'ed to do nil that can be done to render their work every way ne:il and durable. It is needless to enumerate the moi lijilieitv of articles embraced in an establish ment like ours, as every one is aware ihut, o d ' s , would bo trespassing upon the col umns of our editorial friends beyond the ac corded limits. Suffice it lo say that our stock of gentlemen's nnd yotrh's clothing is com nice, and that every article in the furnisliing d"!'iir:ment may be frtnd li::re. We take I leisure in saving that we. have n cently se cured the services of the celebrated cutter " H akvev,'' well known to every gentleman in 1 hiliii'elphia as the man who never fails; the system ho cuts by is nnexcep'ioniible, which c imb:iifil t superior itdguienl has en abled linn to acquire n:i enviable reputation in lit! vocation. He is now prepared to lake measures and to exhibit n stock of piece goods (Cloths, Cassimercs, and ViMiri'.'s) that any gen' Ionian can select from to snit Ins taste. DctJil CLIFTON & AHP.OTI'. WATCHES. 'LO.":i & TJW VV1 ECUS, or A I.I. KINDS, ARE NOW REPAIRED BY L I G1DSRSLEEVE. South-west side of the Square, joining t!ie Appeal Oflice. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, In a niiiiner not surpassed in Nashville, or any o'ber place. All work warranted to give sat isfaction and to perform as stated. I'ersons who have Wn'ches or Clocks to repair will please send them right in that he may have evidence of sufficient business to justify a permanent location, which is his intention if there should be sufficient business. Jewelry also repnirad. To those who value their Sight We would say: If you find your eye-s ght failing, or if you use spectacles, do not delay availing yourselves of the opportunity of pro curing a pair of the jusilv celebrn'ed Brazil'iian Pcblle Spectacles, adapted to your eye, and selected bv a per son who understands the business. They do not tire the eye when reading und will pre serve vision unimpaired for years longer than any other glass if properly selected to suit the eye. There is no straining of the eye while using them, ns in mcst other spetacles. The shape of the surface, (conenvo convex) the large size and the fineness and clearness of the glass are the combined qunlitics which no other glasses possess, and which render them superior to all others. Many persons might have good eye-sight for ten or fifteen years longer by using these glasses than the "com mon glasses which in the end often do more harm than good. Numrous testimonials can be produced from the best citizens of Nash villc. For sale by L. J. GILDERSLEEVE, Soul It-East corner of the Square, TO THECOU.VTKY MEKCIIANTS AXI) ITULLI.-VLUS. THE subscriber would respectfully an nounce to retail dealer?, ilillinera nn.l others, that he has just returned from New York, where he selected ono of the larg est and finest stocks of Millinery floods ever brought to this city. They are now being received and opened for the inspec tion of those who desire to make whole sale or retail purchases. Satisfied of the superiority in style and quality of these goods, ami determined to sell them cheap er than similar goods were ever before sold in Nashville, he confidently expects a nucrai snaro oi public patronage. A. CROOKER, UnidtntrMt, Nash villa. . alofAgricu , tho 4th, Gth fiP' Implements in Nashville nu contest with tho1'!' of June, ldflll, and in a Nashville, AutcustWf'ved "I.ntlo 0 iiiiit" in was awarded a silver J'0-"Kxcelsinr" nibhed all complete win, This Mill is lur ing rins w hich makes it efj ol r", at the low price of fifty dollars!1'!" ,"'J1'' stiinds upon loirs, is put up in n sin! '"H '"'I1 any ordinary farm hand, nnd unliko'l"10 J' Corn Crushers diaclnirgos the meal fionl1'101, poini din-city niio a half bushel. PorsV wnntinsf the iihovo Mill, or wisliinpf to pur chase Coiin'y Ilifthts will pleaso .address the undersigned, and obtain a circular with full information. JAMES C. BALDWIN, & CO., 37 College Street, Sept.O Qui. Nashville, Tenn. JOHN F. V AUGIIAN, (SUCCESSOII TO S. A. I.0CIIART) Wholesale A'Hetai, iriaitHSiietiH'ci' of Tin. rncM't Iron, !ppei'and Brass Wares, and Dealer in 4'ookititf and Warming Stoves, of every vari ety ,nd pattern, Castings, Pumps, Brats Kettles, Odd I. ids, Coffee Mills, Wagon Boxes, And in fact every vnrioiy of the above des criptinnof articles, which will be manufac tured to ord' r on tho shortest notice. Re pairing, Koofinz, 1 1 uttorinir, &c., will lie done upon moderate leruis. Having invested' my entire capital inthe purchase efihe establish ment formerly owned by S. ,-, Lockluirr, I will ho compelled to do a Cash Business, thereby giving belter bargains ilutu can be given upon the credit sys.ern. Ail accounts dec when made. Having h id four years ex perience in the business, I hope, und believe, by close application, to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage, fullv assur ed that I can and will give entire satisfaction. Winchester. Sept. 1!), 'yGtf I. F. V. AMERICAN ORGAN: J lhiih) and Wfckhf Newspaper, VESPASIAN ELLIS, Editor, Washington, D. C. cneixxASi. THE und.'rsJ'Ktied, members of the Nation al Executive Committee of the American par ty, have pleasure in announcing to the peo ple, that satisfactory arrangements for the fu ture maintenance of the American Organ, us an authoritative exponent and advocate of the principles of the American party, have been completed. Recommending its labors, under these new auspices, the undersigned cheer ttlly commend the American Organ to the generous confi dence of thn American party, in every section of the Confederacy, and they hope its columns n.ay couiinund the widest circulation. Hi'MPiiiii:y .Maky.hau., of Ky. Solomon (i. Haven, of N. Y; J. MoiunsoN Hakims, of Md. Jacob Eiiooji, of Term. Washington City, D. C, May 15, 1S56. Prospectus of the American Organ. The American Organ having been adopted, by the Executive Committee of the American members ofl.'ongress, us the cenlMl organ oi the American party, the proprietor, with a view to its general and expensive circulation throughout the country, has-determined, on consultation ith his politic al friends, to fur nish the same to subscribers whose subscrip tions are remitted after May 1st, and during the months of May, June,-and July, on the following reduced terms, to wit : I aily Organ, for one .ear - $3 00 Daily Organ, for six months - 2 00 Weekly Organ, for one year to single subscribers - - - I 50 Weekly Organ, fur six months, tosin- gle subscribers - - - 1 00 Weekly Organ, for one year, to clubs of eight or mere, each - - 1 i5 Weekly Organ, for 6 months, to clubs of eight or more, each 75 Weekly Organ, for tho campaign, to wn: from 1st July to 15th November, each 50 (tV All cominunicif ions should bedirectcd to the "American Organ." Washington City, D. C. V Ear AM AX ELLIS au 2 3t Proprietor. NOTICE I HAVE this day suggested tho insolven cy of the estate of A. B. Gordon, deceased, to the Clerk of the County Court of Franklin county. AH persons having claims against said estate will file them with the Clerk of the County Court on or before the 22A day ot Octo- oer, i?.nt. ilAiJJJiiN MARCH. april'JO 3t Administrator. ADAM HANCOCK, LICENSED AUCTIONEER, WINCH liS IE!!, TENNESSEE. Will attend promptly to all business in his line with which he mav be entrusted. Winchester, October 10, 1050. ly. B L ANKS of every kind, -jrinted on fino paper, and for sale al 81 00 per quire, cash, al the Appeal office Blanki printed to order on low terms. Insolvent Notice. Having suggested the insolvency of the es tate of R.Q. Taylor, dpe'd, to the proper au thority, all persons holding claims against said estate are requested to file them w.th the clerk of the County Court by the 30lh day of No vember, 1850, to be desk wilh according to law. ADAM HANCOCK, MajSlif Adm'r R. Q. Taylor, dcM. Elonr! Flour! Large lot just rceitr and for sale by J. CAMPBEU. HEIV 0M.EAHS STCflEi My Motto is "Quick Mies and siiu.ll proOfe A. JOURDAN, , IUDUC siJUABEi WINCHESTER TENNESSEE.. Respectfully informs the citizens of Frank I n County, and the public guncrolly, that he has just K-ceivcd a la'ge stock of Dry Goodsj bought at very low prices at auction, ana which he will sell cheap na possible for cash i Thankful for past patronage, he respectfully solicits a continuance of the same. Call and examine his Git 12 AT BARGAINS' Dry Goods, Confectionaries, Toys and Varieties; FOR SALE CHEAP FOB CASH. Q3 nine and drown joana, white iinseyt liome-madi) cloth, socks, ginseng, beeswax, and feathers takon in exchange for cheap dry tjoofK To s-ll bnrpilns Is my smbltion Tu my Coods again 1 call your attention. June7 ly A. JOURDAN. " GOODS FOR THE SEASON! IltiVBLY & II Eft If SON Are now offering, on their usually low terms, ono of the prettiest stocks of STAPLE AND FANCV D 11 Y GOODS ((Oilcred to an enlightened public. Our' they tlavo ieen "elected with great care auspices8'1 "eifonable and as the" bb fuvi rabte1" which they were borght were1 give as good'i01,ld bo' wo are Prepared tor market. ''im 08 can )e ua( 10 tr Among tho large . DcLains,;aslmic',eJy re ... aud Funcy gnKoplins, Blaclk A large and tasteful lot of E?. , Tor the Gentlemen Belt ' We have Brown, Black and Blue v .. Black and Fancy Cassimers. Boots f.ns' Hats, Keady-Made Clothing, and numerotiL other articles too tedious to be mentioned in an advertisement. We tender our grateful thanks to a gener ous public for the very liberal patronage here lofore extended, and pledging our best efforts to give satisfaction, we respectfully solicit continuation of theii custom. We are at all times prepared to exhibit our stock, and ear nestly request all particularly the ladies' to nail and examine. HaNDLT & HENDEBSOtt. Winchester, Oct. 3 tf Notice to Defendants. James Robinson, Plaintiff, ') rt . . , VS i Original George W. Martin, Defend't. A"achment. It appearing to me in this case that the de fendant is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee so that the ordinary process of law can not he seived on him, it is, therefore consid ered by me that all further proceedings in' tins casa be stayed until the first Monday itf April next, 18o7, and that the plaintiff be re quired to make publication in the Winchester" Appeal, a weekly newspaper published inthe' lo.vn of Winchester, for six successive weeks; so as io compel the defendant to appear and answer the complaint of the said James Rob-' inson, or the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to him. THOMAS FINCH, seal Justice of the Peace for Franklin county, T. Oct. 3-6w. II VTJII.VG SALOO AND II A I HU Ell SHOP. Henry, the Barber, calls the attention of' the citizens of Winchester and vicinity to hiv EXCELLENT BATH ROOMS he has just fitted up in connection with hi: BARBER SHOP. These Booms ore supplied with water from' two of the best Cisterns to be found anywhere,' holding near four hundred barrels. Warm, Cold, Shower and Pouring baths, also an As cending Douche, very convenient. He feels confident that better facilities for bathing Can not be found anywhere North or South. And as the cleansing of the body is a thing' conducive to health and pleasure, he flatter himself that he will receive a liberal patron age. Shaving and hair-dressing also contin ued as usual, after the most approved styles. A supply of the finest Cigars always on' hand. HENRY, the Barber. Mar22 8m EAST TENNESSEE MAEBLE WORKS,, si': iuu mi i m BY CHARLES SCHM1TT. Knoxville, Tennessee Continues the business of Marble Manufac turing at the old stand, adjoining William Ingle's Mille and Ware Rooms, on Cumber land Street, opposite the Coleman House, and west of Coffin's old stand, where hs keeps constantly on hand a large assortment ot work, such as Monuments, Tombs, Grave stones, Statuary, Fountains and Urns, ot ths latest style, and of the finest and best East. Tennessee Marble, which is highly spoken of here and elsewhere. He has had experience in Mardb Mina-' faciuring for tho last twelve years, especially in the largest cities of Europe, and in the United States; he flatters himself that ha feels able to fill all orders concerned with the' above business to a satisfaction, at short notica and cheaper than the cheapest. Drawings of the above work will be sent to any Post Office in the State ; so persons abroid have a chance to purchase by letter, as well as if thev were here personally. OCT The East Tennessee Marble WoiU received the premiums offered by tha Faira' held at Loudon, Tenn.. October 23d, 1855, and at Knoxville, October 30th, 18S9, for tha' best work in Marble. Refer to James Harris. C. R. Embrey, S. Templeton, Nathan Friszell, and others, Winchester. C. M. FARMER, agsnt fcT Franklin county. Particular atten'ion will be paid to boxirg and pack in ir for transportaticsv FebS'J'50 1; -1 .- , . . ... " --a - ai Oytfert. A fresh lot just received and for ra!s eWr for cash ( tbs New Orleaa's etora. N-- 2t A. JOUEDIK.