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DO3 Look out for "Kris Kringle."
Christmas is coming, and all who have
any disposition to enjoy the season in
the good old-fashioned way, can find
everything tht they want at lions.
A. Jourdan's Variety Store. The epi
curean will find oysteys, sardines,
sweetmeats, and all that. The young
beau or belle, can be accommodated
with Christmas presents, of great va
riety, and the little rosy-faced boy or
girl is not forgotten. Toys and such
things can be found there of almost ev
ery kind for them. It is really amus
ing to go into his store and see the 'thou
sand and one' notions he has for sale.
It is impossible to go to Jourdan's and
not see something that you want.
Mons. J is full of human nature and
knows how to care for its wants.
flGf3 Our carrier requests us to in
form the readers of the Appeal in
town that he will greet them on the 1st
of January, 1857, with his annual
'New Year's Address', which by-the-bye
is a most excellent one, and worth
preserving. Attached to it will be
several useful tables fpr future refer
ence. . Have your quarters ready.
0" Cumberland river is now in
fine boating order, Business brisk in
00s Next week will present fine
opportunities for persons to have any
quality of Job Printing executed at this
office, as we have concluded not to
issue a paper.
HIT3 Mr. W. S. Speer, late teacher
of Carrick Academy in this place, has
determined to take charge of Union
Hill Academy, in Rutherford county.
We are sorry that Mr. S. could not
find it to his interest to remain here.
We commend him to his new patrons,
and congratulate them in the good for
tune of having a most energetic and
efficient teacher. The qualifications
of Mr. S. deserve the best encourage
ment and support.
DC" The New York Ledger, the
great family weekly paper, for which
the most popular writers in the
country contribute, has now attain
ed the extraordinary circulation of
one hundred and ninety thousand cop
ies, and subscriptions are continually
-pouring in. See the Ledger's adver
tisement in another column.
DC3 The official returns from every
State in the Union, except two or
three, can be found in this day's Ap
peal. Also one or two other tables of
interest. They are worth preserving.
DC7" We have received the first No.
of the McMinnville Mercury, a new
' paper just commenced at our neigh
boring town, McMinnville, by Mr. G.
W. Rigby. The number before, us is
. a very creditable one, and in every way
worthy the support of the good people
by whom he is surrounded. It being
our birthplace, we feel a deep interest
. in its prosperity, and know that scarce-
ly any one thing will so much conduce
0 to it as a good county newspaper
: subserving its local interests in every
-way imaginable. We have no ac
quaintance with Mr. Rigby, but are
satisfied from this first specimen from
his press that he will make a paper
worthy of support. ,
' DC3 Nothing worth noting has been
done by Congress.
WINCHESTER GROCERY; MARKET.
WHOLESALE VRICK8 CDHHENT
Corrected Weekly by James Campbell,
Rio, . H10
SUGAR, V I,oum,
New Orloons Brown, 11 5
Crushed. . ' 20
Clarified, ' 18
Suck, fine . 3 "75
coarse, 3 50
Barrel, W bushel, 80
In sacks of 100 lbs., 3 50
AXES, W dozen,
Collins & Co., 14 006)10 00
BEESWAX, bp pound
CANDLES, V pound,
FEATHERS, live geese, lb. 30
FRUIT, f bushel,
Driod Apples, peeled, 1 00
Peaches, unpeelcd, 1 00
GRAIN, V bushel.
Assorted, f keg of 100 lbs $6 07 00
LARD, pound, 8
BACON, pound, 9
RICE, in barrels, lb. TO
TALLOW, -lb. 10
TOBACCO, Caldwell's, lb. 20025
GINSENG, dried, lb. 18025
SHOT, bag, 2 50
oiwuamm'smniBaEagiaaa inn in I'wnsm iissimhhww
Tho undersigned offers for solo the house
and lot in tho town of Winchester which lie
has occupied for several years. The lot in
well improved, having nn it a very pleasant
dwelling houne, ond all the necessary out
houses including good st.ubleu and also a
iool Well and liatorii.
Having removed to the country, and being
desirous to dispose of this property, I offer it
on liberal terms.
A. S. COLYAR.
N. B. It is situated near the Mary Sharp
College, and would be convenient to any one
wishing to keep a boarding house for the
Dec. 12, 1850. tf A. S. C.
Lnni for Kale.
By virtuo of the will of John Turner,
dee'd, I will offer for salo to the highest bid
der, before the Court House door of Winches
ter, on tho FIRvST MONDAY OF JANUARY
NEXT, the tract of land known as
that said John Turner died seized and possess
ed of, consisting of 119 acres, good brick
dwelling, with all necessary out-houses; the
best of water, plenty of timber and good or
chards, lying near the town of Winchester.
Terms one and two years, purchasers giving
bond witli good security, and a lien retained
on the land until the last payment is made.
Dcc5 tds R. J. TURNER,
Ex'r of Jo!m Turner, doe'd.
I am now prepared to execute, in tho
best style of tho art,
DAGUERREOT Y PES,
at my rooms, over Houghton & Lough
miller's drug store.
Those wishing miniatures, please call
and examine specimens.
The Anibrotype I have recently intro
duced, and succeed far beyond my most
sanguine expectations. They are surely
b great improvement over the Daguerreo
type, both in beauty of appearance and
facility of execution.
Bring on your children they car be
taken beforo they can have time to move.
Satisfaction in all cases guaranteed or no
charge. J. W. HOUGHTON.
Winchester, Aug. 16,'50-tf.
C. 31. FARMER,
AT HIS OLD STAND, SOUTH-EAST CORNER
OP THE Lm&.'iJ SQUARE,
Winchester, rS23 Tennessee.
Very thankful forthc liberal patronage
heretofore extended to him, keeps on hand
and will furnish any article in cabinet furni
ture at the shortest notice, either of hia own
manufacture or of factory work. He is de
termined that no one shall undersell him or
give more inducements for custom. Any
article of his own make that does not prove
to be such as he sells it for may be returned
on his hands.
at all times as cheap ns any other person will
furnish them, and on the shortest notice, and
sent to any portion of the country without
extra charge. His horse that he keeps for
such purposes is well known and cannot be
surpassed in point of gentleness in any
July 12, 1850. ly
JOHN W. THOMAS, PROPRIETOR.
SOUTH BIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
THIS commodious house has just been erec
ted, and having been well fitted up with new
and elegant furniture in all apartments is now
open for the reception of permanent and tran
sient boarders, and for the accommodation ol
the travelling public.
The Proprietor promises a first class Hotel,
and hopes to receive a share of patronage.
February 16, j6 ly. , ,
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SEE THE RARE INDUCEMENTS! The
management havothe pleasure of announcing
that tho collection of Works of Art design
ed for distribution among tho subscribers,
wlioto names aro received previous to the
28lh of January, 1S.77, U much lnrgor ond
rhore costly than on any previous year. A
mong tho loading works in Sculpturo exe
cuted in tho finest Marble is tho new and
beautiful Statue of tho
Tho bustof tho three greatest Amorican
CLAY, Wi'IISTEIC AND CALHOUN
also, tho exquisite idoal bust,
APOLLO AND DIANA, '
IN MARBLE, LIFE SIZE,
tngohtcr with the following Groups and Stat
ues in Carrara Marble of tho
STRUGGLES FOR THE HEART;
VENUS AND APPLE; PSHYCHE;
MAGDALEN; CHILD OF THE SEA;
INNOCENCE; CAPTIVE 13IR1), and
with numerous works in Bronze, and a col
lection of several hundred
FINK OIL PAINTINGS,
by leading artists.
The whole of which aro to bo distributed or
allotted among the subscribers vvIioho
ate received previous to tlio-
Twenty eighth Day of January '57, ,110al ,br fainily UBC Tll0 ..Excelsior" was
when the distribution v ; ii tako place, awarded the highest premium at the great tri
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Thus, for every paid, a person not only t the large hotels. Thankful for tho liberal
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iley's Lady's Book; United States Magazine;
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Doc. 5, 1850 Gt.
THE FARMER'S & GARDENER'S
OWN PA PEK DEVOTED TO
General Agriculture, Live Stoth,
i;9r!e:sinK, Frtsits Ac
Volume XI H, for 1857, will commence on
the first of January. Published twice a month
16 pages and cover. Only 1 a year! No
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among your neighbors. Now is the time to
look out for good reading for the winter.
S.D. HARRIS, Columbus, O.,
Dec. 19, '56 Gt. Editor and I'ulisher.
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rent News, and maintains a high moral tone.
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ordinary and unheard of popularity. Mr.
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the best talent in the country, and by so do
ing make tho best paper. Such writers as
Fanny Fern, Sylvanus Cobb, Jr., and Emcr
6on Bennett, are permanently engaged on it,
and will write for no other paper hereafter. ;
Mrs. Sigourncy, also, constantly writes for it; !
and so do a host of other popular uuihors, in-,
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ice Cary, Mrs. Vaughan, Mary W, Stanley
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N. . Now is a troc4 time to subscribe as
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er.in tbe first of January
Dec. 10, 56. .
W. VV. NUNNELY, PROPRIETOR,
EAST SIDE Of tWsuUARE,
This house has beer throughly refitted
and contains large and coufortable rooms.
Good accommodations for boric, and persons
conveyed toany point thc)ir.n desire. .
Charges moderate. . I Julyo ly
EXCELSIOR CORN'& COB MILL.
THE FARMING COMMUNITY, having
become generally convinced of the great ad
vantage of grinding Corn and Cob (or Stock,
the only (mention to bo considered is which w
the best Mill for the purposo! In all the
cast iron Mills heretofore offered, u very seri
ous objection has existed, a wantof durability,
or liability soon to wear out. In tho "Excel
sior" that objection is removed: The grinding
surface, which is the only part liable to wear
out, consists of rings ami casts separate from
the mill, and when worn out can bu removed
ai)d replaced at u cost of three dollars. This
mill is strong, simple in construction, easily
put up, and can bo moved from place to place
without difficulty, and will crush 15 hiirilielu
npr Imnr nfenjn nih! p.rili fur Html nn 1 crriiwl
Two doors North of the Square,
OI'l'nSITE THE INN,
W. L. HEKKY, having taken charge of
this house, is prepared to acccommodaio all
who may favor him with a call, with good
moms and board atabout half the charges of
07- House open at all hours.
fin nished to suit Railroad time.
February 16, '56 tf.
CMFT03 & AilBOTT
No. 15, Cedar Street,
DEALERS and Manufacturers of Gents'
Fine Ready-Made Clothing, and Clothing
made to order in the best manner; Gents' fur
nishing Goods of every description and finest
quality: Such as Collars, Suspenders, d loves,
Half-hose, Cravats,. Stocks, Neck-lies; White
Cotton and Linen Shirts; Silk, woolen, Cotton,
Merino and Cashmere Under-shirts and Draw
ers; and everything required to render a gen
tleman's Wardrobe Complete.
February 16, '56 ly.
NASH VI LL K, riKNN ESSE U.
THE suliHcrhiers are now prepared to Fay
that their stock of Fall and Winter Clothing
is suprior to any they have over tef'ore oll'ercd
in this city, comprising every article that gen
tlemen have occasion for, either for adorn
ment or comfort. Our garments are made up
in Philidclphia in Ihe most .substantial manner
by expcriiwred and tasteful workmen, win se
serviccn are devoted to our own especial trade,
mid as they are better paid than tailors gener
ally they arc expected to do a!! that can be
done to render their work every way neat and
durable. It is needless to cniinierale the mul
tiplicity of articles embraced in an establish
ment like ours, us every one is aware that,
to do so, would bo trespassing upon the col
umns of our editorial friends beyond the ac
corded limits. Suffice it to say that our stock
of gentlemen's and youth's clothing is com
plete, and that every article in the furnishing
department may be found here. We take
pleasure in saying that we have recently se
cured the services of the celebrated cutter
"IIakvev," well known to every gentleman
in Philadelphia as tho man who never fails;
the system he cuts by 13 unexceptionable,
which combined to superior judgment has en
abled him to acquire an envialio reputation
in Ifu vocation. Ho Unow prepared tc;take
measures ond to exhibit a stock of piece goods
fClntho Cnosiinnreq nml win tin? n,,
i;.. "fl1 ! .any
CLIFTON & ABBOTT.
si. ss s v, o i: , hi.
Successor to W. F. Gray,
W (IOLUSAL E A X i 16 E T Jt. I 2.
DKUGG I S T ,
Dealer in Medicines, Taint. Oils, DyoSluU's,
&c, Corner of llroad ami Market tMrectu, I
Piano Fortes, Looking Classes, &.
Pianos, Mclodeons, Window Shades, Artist's
.materials, cabinet iMakcrs .Materials,
Oil Painting? and Engravings, I
French Window Glass, &c. !
Manufacturers of Gilt lUanilo and Pier Look-!
ing Glasses, Portrait and Picture Frames,
Inside Window Blinds, &c, j
Xo. 14 College St., Xasliviitc, 't'enti ;
A' ,j r.-...:.. 'i'.e
,. uu . ,vuc uj
15001 S AN O SHOES. I mfor,n ll,oif frien'18 nml 1,10 Piblu-generally,
tAI. "' that they still continu.i tho Cab net Business
. , r T. ' t their new. house, .Sotitli-east side of tho
COLLEGE bl i.ASIi; ILLE. ; pLlie Square, Winchester, Trnn.
I have just received a large supply of Fall ; TV HX IT Villi
and Winter itock of Boots, Shoes and Bro-! Constnnily on hand, or mae to order. 'o
giwis for city and country trade, to which I fas ami Chairs re-upholstered, and old furni-
mvite the especial attention of AJercli.int
and others who purchase by the package or
Tho best and most fashionable Rhoe, of the
latest styles, and very boautiful for ladies,
misses and children.
Gentlemen's Super French Dre.s a ml Don-1
bU iSole water proof Bouts, Shoe and Gaiters.
This description of stock cannot Tail to please,
in nimliftf ami npia.
Heavy stock of every description of Calf i
-1 J ...
and Kip manufacture tor men and women's!
Necro Brogans, single and double sole, and
Mud Boots, extra size. j
Solo Leather Trunks. Valices. and Travel-
ing Bags, &C.&C, all of which will bn sold,
tt very low puce . JOHN KAilAGE. I
alof Agricultural Implements in Kawhville on
tho 4th, &th and 0th of Juno, WW, end in n
contest with the Improved "Little Giant" in
Nashville, August 30th, 1850, the "Excelsior"
was n worded a silver cup. This Mill is fur
niwlied all complete with two pairs of grind
ing rings which makes it equal to two mills,
at tho low prico of fifty dollars. This Mill
stands upon legs, is put up in a short time by
any ordinary farm hand, and unlike all other
Corn Crushers discharges tho meal from one
point directly into a half bushel. Persons
wanting the above Mill, or wishing to pur
chase County Rights will please .address the
undersigned, and obtain a circular with full
JAMES C. RALDWJN, & CO.,
87 College Street,
Sept. 0 Cm. Nashville", Tcnn.
JOHN F. V AUGHAN,
(successor to s. a. i-ochart)
oi Tin, Mieet iron, t'opperjaiiu
liruss Wares, situl Dealer ia
t'ookintf uihI Wai-iaiug
Stoves, of every vari
ety atiI pattern,
Kettles, Odd Lids,
fotfec ITIiSIs, IVagoti lioxes,
And in fact every variety of the above deB
eription of articles, which will he manufac
tured to order on the shortest notice. Ro
pairing, Roofing, Guttering, &c, will be done
upon inoderato terms. Having invested my
entire capital in the purchase oftho establish
ment formerly owned by S. A, Lockhnrt, I
will be compelled to do a Cash' llii&iucss,
thereby giving better bargains than can
be given upon the credit system. All accounts
duo when made. Having had four years ex
perience in the business, I hope, and believe,
by close application, to merit and receive a
liberal sharo of public patronage, fully assur
ed mat 1 can and will give entire satisfaction.
Winchester, Sept. l'J, '56 tf J. F. V.
WHOLESALE AND RKT.UL CROCER,
CONTINUES the business formerly con
victed under the firm of James Campbell &
Sou, at Ihe old stand, where ho is prepared
to accommodate customers. lie is thankful
for past patronage and very respectfully so
licit a continuance. Call and examine his
groceries before purchasing elsewhere.
lie has now on hand, a fresh assortment of
Groceries, consisting of all kinds of Sugar,
Tea, Coflie, Molasses, Flour, Bacon, a line
fresh lot of Havana Cigars, Confectioneries,
end everything usually kept in a Grocery
Store. Call and examine.
Winchester, August 2'), 1353 tf.
UKE AT ISDIWEMEtfTS
J. II. BSARESBS,
Begs leave to inform the people of Franklin
County that he has purchased of John H.
Knox his stock of DRY GOODS and
at the old stand formerly occupied by James
Harris, where ho is now receiving and open
ing a large and complete assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Good.--,
Boo. s, Shoes, Hats, &.c.,&c.
s ain necessarily compelled to do an
ENTIRE CASH BUSINESS 1 am confident
uiai i oner niy gooug at cULii iaj w ruiu&s
that when you examine and price them, you
will be prepored to appreciate tb difference
between cash and time purchases.
The LADIES are particularly invited to call
and examine my stock of
Dress Goods Trimmings,
07" Jeans, Linsey, Socks, Feathers, Wool,
Gengsang. Beeswax, Tallow, Dried Fruit, &c,
taken in exchange for Uoo.lj.
Oct)! tf J. R. HARRIS.
UK B .1 il 1 li rti Hi Hj .
. THANKFUL lor Pnq favor?, bg leave lo
turn repaired. iilatlrcsrts inaue lo order on
' short notice. Collins made and conveyed to
'anv part oftho county without extra charge.
j ' ROBINSON A. HALL,
February 10, '50 ly.
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ST. Cl ; , HO'S'SU.-.
D. T. SCCVW PliOl'KIETOR,
Corner Sprtheud fcu.uaiicr tin cw
Vi f vrwvu.n
NEW SE1LEAMS STORE.
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Mv Mono "Quirk nt mll proffltn."'
' A. JOUKDAN,
I'UDLIO PQUAIlKt ' ' '" -
WINCHESTER. . ..... ... . . . TENNESSEE.
.Respectfully Informs the citizens of Frank
tin County, and the public generally, that ho
has jtiHt received a large slock of Dry Goods,
bought at very low price tit auction, and ,
which Id will sell clump as possible for cash,
Thankful for mst potrniiHgc, he respectfully:
solicits a tjnntir.tianro of the ome. ' Call and ,
examine his CIltUAT BARGAINS.
Dry Goods, Confectionaries, Toys and
I'OR SAIX CHEAP FOR CASH. j '
OO" Ilhio and brown jeans, whito linccy,
litJine-mndo cloth, socks, ginseng, beeswax,,
and fcalhurs taken in exchange for cheap dry
goods. " '
Touch hnrrcniini niyamMIInn-
To in)' O'ooUii (jiiiu 1 call your Attention.
Juno7 ly A. JOURDAtf.
On Thursday the 25th of December, 1W0
at tho late residence of W. B. Wagner in
Franklin County, I will sell at public wilo to ?
the highest bidder for cash, dno negro Woman
named Esther, 40 years old, tf dark Comdex.
ion ; one negro woman na'rhed RicheU 40
yearn, of copper complexion ; one negro girl -'""s.
named Hannah, 15 years old, of dark com'
tilnvwtn nriA iinrYwt rrirl nainal (I Knnra
JMWY "'It f, 'll,jlu "1 IIU1'VU A4l I V II I V J VI I '
old, of dark complexion ; one sorrel horse, 1
years old ; two bay mules, 2 years old one
mikli cow; ono yearling; one bullock t ten
head of stock hogs; fifty barrels of corn
six largo hay stacks ; one four-horse wagon ;
one two-horso wagon ', one top buggy one
bureau l one small table one breakfast table;
one eif'a, and ten plows levied upon, ns the
properly of VV. B.Wagner, to satisfy an execu
tion iu my hands in favor of the heirs of James
Lewis, deceased. JAMES MASON,
Nov28 tds Dept. Sheriff.
Suic of Laud.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery !ourt
at Winchester, Tennessee, pronounced Au
gust Term, 1956, in the cause Edward Ed
wards vs. Wm. Orcar, dee'd, I will, on tho
13th day of December iicxt, before the Court
House door in Winchester, Tennessee, sell on
a credit of four months a tract of land in
Franklin County, district No. 8, containing
227 J acres, more or less, being thii tract pur
chased by Edward Edwards of John Knight,
and by him sold to Wm. Orear, dee'd, and on
which Wm.B. Knight now lives. Bond and
security required, and a lien retained until
purchutio money is paid
II U. FRANCIS, C. & M.
Winchester, Nov. 22, 1836. tds
Land For Sale.
In pursuance of a decree of the Circtlit
Court for Franklin Couuty, Tennessee, pro
nounccil at the November term, 1850, in the
cause of Win. B. & R. T. Buckner adminis--trators
and others complainants, and J. M.
Benncttt, Samuel Holland and others Defend
ants, I will, on Saturday the 24th day of Janu-1
ary, inoi, upon me premises, onerior saie ...
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and three years, the tract of land of which
John Buckner died seized and possessed' (less
the widow's dower) lying upon the road lead "
ing from Winchester to Ilockerville, contain
ing about three hundred acres the bidding
for said laud to commence at four dollars per
acre. Bond and security required of the pur
chaser, ond a lien retained upon the land un
til the purchase money is paid.
N. FRIZZELL, Clerk
Dec. 12, 1850. tds
land For Sale.
By virtue of n decree of tlio County
Court of Franklin County, Tennessee,
pronounced at December term, 1850, in
the cause of Anc. Stovall and wife and
others, petition to sell land, I will, on
Monday the 5th day of January, 1807,
offer for sale to the highest bidder, on a
credit of one and two years, at the Court
House door in the town of Winchester,
the tract of land belonging to the estate
of Jacob Rich, dee'd, which was assigned
to his widow Rosannah Rich, as dower,
by a decree of the Chanrery Court, at
Winchester, lying in District No. 3 of
saiil county, near Salens containing CI
and 1-8 acres.
The purchaser will be required to givo
bond and approved security, and a lien
will be retained on the land until the
purchase money is paid.
WAI. E. TAYLOR,
Dec. 5, 1850, 3t . Clerk.
Land for Sale.
By virtue of a decree of the County
Court of Franklin County, Tennessee,
pronounced at December term, 1856, I
will, on Monday, the 7th day of January,
1857, offer for sale to the highest bidder,
on a creditof one and two years, at the
Court House door in the town of Win
chester, the tract of land of which Rosan
nah Rich died seized and possessed, lying
in District No. 3 of said county, contain
ing 20 acres, more or less,' bounded by
the lands of Geo. V. Stovall, Simmons,
Moseley and other?.
The purchaser will bo required to givo
bond and approved security, and a lien
will be retained on the land until the pur
chase money is paid. '
Dec. 1. I860, 3t. Clerk.
A IIlItE CHAXCn TO illAKUl
I will offer to tho highest bidder, at public
auction, on Monday the ifiid diiy of
Dcccutbvr, IX.1t$, on the premises, one
mile from the Public Square, Mc.Minnvillo,
ten or tiiteen
Beautiful Building IaIs,
containing from 5 to 15 acres each. The 3'c
Minnville & .Manchester Railroad is now com
pitted, and in successful operation) and aj
linnvil'e is loutid to continue the trrnii
niis of all roads in ihe Mountain dittm-i,' a
gieat amount of busiriefS will r.erc8tnii;y I n
done ther'i'. Speculators, as well i.s thee
wanting homes near a bestihr and protpcrres
town, would do well lo attend this sale.
Term: made known. iul a plot of lo.s ex
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A fresh lot just received snJ fur tali. c!wi
for cii.-h a lli Now Orican's Mure.
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