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The following article on the inbject of
patronage" i copied from the Halifax Sun,
We opy ,l ! our own experience ver
Cat every word of it :
This thing eelled patronage is queer
tiling. It i very correctly remarked by some
one, tht it is composed of as many colors as
the rainbow, and is as cnangeauie a me uuw
of the chameleon.
Due subscriber fur a paper and pays for it
in advance he goes home and reads it the
.,.r round with the proud eatisfuct ion, thut
ii ia his own. He hnuds in an advertisement
a.ks the price aod pays for it this is pa
Another man says "Put my name on
your list of subscribers." without having as
lunch as having anl paid once, lie asks you
for to advertise hut ears nutuinir ai;
naviue (or it. Time passe your patience is
rr. "..i ..... .i I,, h;. :i .
gglPBLCVI, jwa mum Mi", ...... r"
;. perhaps lie pays you purhap not.
Auolher man has been' a subscriber soma
time. He becomes tirsd of you and wants
change. Thinks he wants another journul
Gives it ut and you a bad name. One of bii
papers is returned to you "refused." Paying
for it is anion? the last of his thought. After
time you look for his account and send him
bill of "balance due." Hut he does not y
it treats you with silent contempt, 'ibis
too tome call patronage.
Another man lives near too never took
Tour paper it it too small don't like the
editor don't like its principles too whig
irith. too democratic, its leader too stroug
tales too dry, or vice versa, or somethiug else
yet goes regularly to riie neighbor s ana
reads it tind fault with its contents, dis
putes its positions and quarrels with type,
ink or paper occasionally sees an article he
likes, buys a number per quarter, iins too,
is natrons ire.
Another (blest you. it does us good to tee
tuoh a nun,) comes and says, "The year for
wbioli 1 have paid is about to expire i I want
to pay you for another. lie dues so ana re
tires. This is patronage, but oh, how rare I
Another man subscribes wants you to
give it to him on advance terms; he gets it
regularly, reads it carefully, praisca it every
time he sees you, at being a good paper, wish
es you success, hopes others will subscribe
and encourage it, feels disappointed if it is
not issued regularly, and it the nrat to com
plain of non appearance all thit he can do;
yet he never dreamt of paying, unless you
duu nim, and then with good promise he will
put you on. I ms too, is a very common pa
Is not patronage curious thing. And in
that great day when honest men get the re
ward due to honesty, which of these onume
rated above will get the reward! Now, it
will be teen that while certain kinds of pa
trunaire are the very life and essence of a
newspaper, there are erlain other kinds that
will kill a paper atone dead.
A correspondent of tho St. Louis Repuli
lican write as follows:
Oee.t Salt Iake City, June 80, IS55.
On the. 12th hint., nu exodus of gross hop.
pers commenced. They passed through the
air for three days in armies of myriads and
were drowned in tho lake, the shores of
which were so thickly lined willi them as to
produce so-ofiunsive effluvia. . People were
congratulating each olnurvn thuiraimippear
ance, but it wns of short duration, for in n
few days their places were filed by others
from the mountain!, and the new comers do
voured the little vegetation left, including
tho third crop which lind been sown and wus
just tunkiug its appcarence. 1 he droiiL'li
his also been excessive, and except in the
vicinity of some never failing-Btrcam where
the land con be irngnted, the entire couutry
is parched, and cnttlo nre compelled to seek
food in the mountains, bungrntion this sum.
mcr will find fornge for stock ' extremely
The New York Sun, refuring to the ab
dication of Snnta Anns, says:
"We have reason for believing that the
Administration hits for some time past been
impressed with tho idea thnt Snntn Anna's
rule was Approaching us tcrnmintion; and
Secretary Outline's decided refusal to pay
over the Inst instnlinent of the Jleailln Valley
purchase money until all the requirement of
tho treaty were lully complied with, has
proved to be a most judicious resolution.
The payment of the money would, perhaps,
hive enabled Santa Anna to prolong the
struggle, and it would certmniv have eniuit
tered the revolutionary parly Against the
Louis Napoleon. The New York Jour-
ml of Commerce says:
"A gentleman who lifts for some months
resided in Pari, and who crime ovei in tho
Pacific, tells ns (hat the popularity of Jjouis
Napoleon knows no bounds: thnt the penplo
cherish him as cnrofnl guardinns would a bo.
loved child; and that his preservation and
Hit tranquility of t ranee aro considered iden
tical. He relates thnt the war is not only
popular, but that the Frenrh nation are ro
solved to submit to any sacrifice to bring it
to a successful conclusion, and that the recent
lonn is but a smnll token of the energy, will
and poraevornnce with which hostilities are
to bo conducted.
lPMrs. Bockor, whorecontly snved the
lives of a boat's crew off Long Point, I Jiko
Eric, hns received n purse of $600 raised by
private subscription in Canada; she expressed
the desire that the money should be appro
printed towards the education of her children
s noble purpose. When Cnpt, Puxton
mule tho gift, she srthi "she would thank him
if tho know how." She knew how to save
tho lives of seven poriahing sailors, in sixty
feet water. Mrs. Pecker is a large masculine
womnn, about six feet high, weighs 200
pounds was born in Cimndn, and is 30 years
old. She lives on thu island of Long Point
with her husband, nnd they gain their sub
siatonce by fishing.
A Catholic Church Blown up in Ohio.
A letter dated Sidney, Ohio, August 22,
Our villapo hns been in much confusion
s'neo yesterday morning, ennsed by the blow,
ingupof the'Ciitholic church on Saturday
night. It whs one of the boldest and most
during nets thnt I have known, being done
about 10 o'clock on Saturday night the
church standing only tho wiifth of n Btroet
from a dwelling i house. No clue hns yet
Wn lind to the fiends engaged in this- out
rngo. A rewnrd hns been offered by the
Council, and a meeting of the cilizens will
bo held to day.
President Pierce had n public reception nt
Whito Sulphur Springs, at which ha mndon
eech, complimenting ex-President Tyler,
tlie purity of his administration, the high pur
pse he so bravely conceived and so wisely
Meciited. He denounced Know Nothinginn
J a direct antagonism to the principles nnd
noctrines ol tho Constitution, and hoped thnt
nono nf these modern ism, so potent for
evil nnd so powerless for good, had repro.
sen Isitives present. Ho urged Ids hearers to
ovoid theao heresies so hostile to Republi
canism. SF.CKsst(.!is1gAta Into term of tho
County Court in Perrv conntv.lndinnn, thero
re twenty-two implication's for dlvoiee,
wveiileen of which were granted. One lady
"J'l forth in her petition thnt her'lord' alwnya
'opt Willi his lack toward her. She ob
lamed a bill.
Athis, Sept. C. ,
Wheal Merchant ible Red, 81 pr bushel
-White $1,10. Last" ndvioca from the
iWtli represent the market ai a little hakr,
iUi downward tendency.. '
Ktw Yobk. A letter writer to the Lynch
burg Virginian gives the following "gliuii.se'
of affuirs about the city:
Whut there was left of New York, has been
out 0f town this week, visiting the camp at
Kingston. It was a great eiIit, when it
comd be seen for the dutt. The place was
itnk.....:t.. -1 n . . '
cooeen. ine Maine Liquor Iw
seemed to have been superseded Ly nmrtial
law in the Camp. The authorities treated
their genteel friends out of "original pack,
nges while Tom. Dick, and Harry swigged
rot-gut to their hearts content, and storu
Aehes discomfort, from innumerable booths
and tents around the field. The exhibition
of eitizeu soldiery was interesting and quite
commendable. Hut men do present rather a
ridiculous appearance, trying to look formi
dable in uniforms and equipments they can
hardly carry, to men, who see their mild fa
miliar faces every day behind the counter
or the desk. At heart, ' th-y inav be ood
soldiers, but we hope that the safety of the
commonwealth may never depend on the
character of their flint hostile demonstrations
in the field. ,
The first of September'! at hand, and van
ity and Fushion will soon come trooping back
with bag and baggage from the sea-side, and
springs ol lubtilous virtue. The "swell"
season is over, aud suobbish fumilies, who
have squandered two thirds of their annual
income in ostentations luxury, must come
home to repeutanoe bread and water. How
deceitful are apiiearanoesl Who that be
holds Airs. Swell's triumphant week at Sara
toga, would conceive of the poverty that shall
reign in her domicile for time to come. Old
clothes shall be turned, and the table shall be
stinted, and the grocer ahull be unpaid, or
peruaps notes must be protested and the
bubble will burst. Manv btitterfiv has flit
ted its last hour at Cape May, Saratoga and
Newport. , .
tyTlie Washington Star hat authentic
newt from tort Hilev. houses territory.
From the dispatch, which bean date at Fort
Leavenworth, on the 2nd ult., we learn thut
but eleven persons in all, had died of cholera
up to the very last advices received there (at
Leavenworth,) fioni Fort Riley. The dead
were Muj. Ogden, Mrs. JIaj. Armialead. Mrs.
Maj. Woods, her two children, and two ser
vants, and live employees tod soldiers. The
original report received was, that the deaths
at Fort Riley from cholera avoraged forty
Quekks. When a calm, and reflecting: for
eigner declares himself in favor of the Ameri
can party, the Anties pounce upon him as a
renegade, who has deserted and opposes hit
own countrymen. If thit be so, it it not
equally true thtt when a native born A men
eau is found ou the tide of the foreigners, ue
it a renegade, who hat deserted and opposes
h it own countrymen f It is a poor rule that
Will not work both ways. ColuiiUiai Timet.
The following is an extract from a soldier's
letter in the camp in the Crimea: '
"The other uight I was in the entrench
ments, ii nd a good number of us were sitting
together amusing ourselves. One was sing
ing a song called, ".Mary, weep no more for
me,' in which occur these beautiful lines:
'Far, far from thee I sleep in death,
'bu,Miiry, weep no more for iue,
when a ahell came in, burst union g us, and
killed the iiiim while lie was singing thesong.
1 never wns so vu.xed for any one in my life;
it opened Ins skull completely, and he died
in nn instant.
..... - -
l-UfDocstieks thus describes the bashful
man: rirot call bell rings cuter bashful
young man evidently his first attempt at a
labluonable visit came in with hts hnt in his
hand tint it behind him to mnko n how
dropped it tried to pick it up stepped in It
i. .... .... ...
put his foot through it fell over it nnd
in his frantic struggles to recover himself,
burst Ins coat, fractured his pantaloons, tin
tied his era vat, demolished his shirt collar,
and was finullv borne to the hall by his syni
pnihiztng friends minus Ids moustache, one
half of wl.l'h was afterwards found in Lnu
ra a semp-book, and tho rest discovered in
tho coal scuttle.
Encouraging to Husbandx trhn wish to be
lathers. A correspondent of tho New York
Times, writing from Paris under date of July
25 says that the waters ol rlnirnz (a mineral
spring town in I' ranee) are said to havo
most wonderful enect, especially among the
ladies having in many instances produced
consequent nugmentntiotis of family, even
when their husbands linve not been able to
accompany the summer party.' Somo people
say Saratoga hns been known to produce
precisely the samo effects under the. same
What an honorable man would not do!
In his eulogy upon Abbott Lawrence at
the meeting of tho Boston merchants, a few
days since, Edward Everett spoko of the de.
censed as follows:
"As for his personal integrity, Mr. Chair-
. - L -1 1 . J - T . 1 1
innn, w wnic-n you nnuiin, i nin pcrstinutMi
that if tho dome nf the Statehousn, which
towers over his residence in Pnrk street, had
been coined into a diamond and laid at bis
feet as the bribe nf a dishonest transaction,
he would have spumed it like the dust ho
trod on. His promise, wns a sncrnmenl."
MP" A suspected slaver tailed from Boston
on Monday. Officers of the custom went on
board to search her, when the captain set
tnil and took them off, but put them on board
of a atcamer coming up the bay, and escnpedi
SiNuni.An Fact. We are informed that a
piece of beef, suspended a few inches above
the ground, in the ship-yard at Portsmouth,
where the Men franklin was discharged,
urned black in a few minutes. The Franklin
is the vessel which brought the yellow fever
to that port.
FnENcn Sympathy. The " Mountain," a
French Society in New York, has issued an
address to the French residents of the United
States, calling upon them to act with the
Americans in whatever may be dont in rela
tion to the purchase of the tomb of Wash
ington, CSyThe Memphis Family Visitor sayt:
We wish the net kept before the people at
distnnco, that Memphis it the healthiest city
n the South or West having less eickness
nd fewer deaths, according to population,
than any other. Exchanges please notice.
BumiNOToN, N. J., September 3. Mr. Gil
lespie, of Natche. is dead. Mrs. Gillespie a
foot hat been amputated, and there it a better
Iirospect of her recovery. The name of P.
.oveliind, has been discovered on the panta
loons of a body, which has not as yet been
t" California will soon haven Railway
uill nnd in operation. Tho Sacramento
Valley Railroad is in process of construction,
nd the Company have nlrenry commenced
laying down the rails at Sacramento City. A
portion of tho rond was to have been finlshod
nnd opervd on tho fifteenth day of August.
OCT On the 12th of August, 18fi5, the
Pad lie and Atlantic oceans saluted each other,
for the lirst timo, over the wires of the mag
It Cholera has broken out nt Lnwrence-
urg, Indiana, and at tho Inst account- there
wero thirty cases, five deaths, and a general
fjT The aggregate vote of the. State at
the Inst election will be about 133,000 eight
or nlno thousand more Ihnn ever before. .
Hf A new county in Kans.ii hns been
nnuiod Wie, in honor of Henry A. Vi i
"Yankee PREj-ui)icT.."-Our neighbor Gree
ley givea in yesterday a Tribune an interesting
account of a visit he paid to the Cremorne
Gardens during his recent stay in London.
He says there were over three thousand per
sons there, including a thousand women, the
majority of whom were manifestly lost to
virtue, if not dead to alinuie. Ho says:
"The English nre not skillful in varnishing
vico at leiist, 1 have seen no evidence ol
their tact in that line. I endured the specta
cle of men dancing with women when rather
beery and smoking; but at Inst Ike tight of a
dark awl by no means elegant mulatto waltzing
with a ikcent looking ichite girl while pulling
oway nt a rather bad cigar, proved too much
for my Yankee prejudices and I ttarteaV
'1'his shows how shockingly uien may be
misunderstood. The popular notion here
abouts is Hint the prejudice which actually
proved loo much for llr. Greeley was th last
one to which he would be likely to yield. If
ho had '-'started" at the sight of the uiivirtuous
women or of the beer and smoke, nobody
would have beeu surprised: but that hp
siioutd atand all this, and finally bo upset by
the sight of a mulatto dancing with "a decent
looking white girl," contradicts all the- popu
!ur uotions of his predilections. Yankee
prejudice, after all, is rather an uneunuuarubla
seuliuiout. A'trio York Daily Times.
NT" Gov. Hunt, of Xew York, lias address
ed u long letter to the editor of the Sew York
Comuierciui Advertiser in opposition to the
rirojccted fusion of the Whig n ith the Iiepiih
ican party. He reviews the mailer in all its
bearings, and in so forcible a maimer as to
command the attention of all VI,i rs in t.lm
present critical state of affairs. The repeal
of the Missouri Compromise is, of course, con
demned, but in a calm and dispassionate man
ner; and, instead proclaiming a sectional war
against the South, let us, he says, "tirtt ap
peal to that portion of the Southern people,
who are still loyal to the country, and faith
ful to time-honored coreoauts, invoking them,
in the name of patriotism and iustice. to come
forward and nid iu undoing the wrong of
wincn we compiuiu, auu in restoring that mu
tual couhdeuce and good will which impart
to the national comoaut its true strength and
its only value." He deuouuees the'lawless
doings of the .Missouri borderers, and ar.ys he
win uoi aisnonor me South by assuming thnt
a mujority of her people iutend to uphold
tuch proceedings. In conclusion, he declares
it at liis opinion thut no substantial good can
come of the projected fusion movement, and
that it cau achieve nothing, but to keep one
half of the United States incensed against the
other. For himself, he declares, instead of
lorming new political associations, he will ad
here to those cherished principles which have
the approval of his best judgment ; that he is
allll a UM,:.. -,1 .1 .... 1 . . J .1
-viii m fi iiik, auu uuco IlUb IllbCUU LO UttberLLUe
ship, even it he it left alone.
A Wortuy "Faotoby (tibu- A young lady
Miss Kossalinda II. Pulmer has iust grad
uated from the Oread Institute. Slast.. with
the highest honors; and is one of the three
young ladies who are placed nsainst anv
three college graduates in New Kiigland, for
eniniiiui.iuu iii meioric, logic, metaphysics,
the higher mathematics, natural and physical
sciences, languages, Knglish literature, and
histgry. She is a factory girl, and lives in
Worcester, ihink- ol that, ye animated bun
dies of ribbons and flounces who are butter
flying around the dry iroods stores, nnd
nursing your fingers upon some father's purse
or iue uopes oi some luture husband.. ' .
AnKAn or tiiic Mormons. The Polvsamlsts
of Salt Lake find themselves excelled in their
peculiar spiritual-wife doctriuos by a commu
nity oi socialists, who nave established them
selves at "Ceresco," in the county of Foiid-d il
iac, Wisconsin. The main .article,' of their
belief is, " tho right of every woman to choose
whomsoever she will to perforin the part of
a husband for the time, and to change that
person as often as the pleasee." Considering
what 'progress" has been made in introduc
ing Turkish customs by the residenli of Salt
Lake, such a community as the "Free Love
Union" of Ceresco would seem to be a very
natural institution for the more perfect reali
zation of the system, freed from nil inconve
niences, the prejudices, the lawn, morals, and
instincts of society have hitherto interposed
io its progress.
A CAnD. The difficulty existing between
Gov. Johnson and Thomas T. Smiley, Esq.,
having, at our request, been referred to us, by
their respective friends. Gen. S. R. Anderson
and John A. McKwen, Esq., with tho consent
or their principals, we are happy to bu able
w suuo mat it lias Keen settled in a manner
honorable and satisfactory to both pnrties.
U. F. ClIF.ATIIAM.
Nashville, Aug. 20, 1855. '
ItF A correspondent of the New York-
Post tells the most astonishing stories in re
lation to Col. Kinnej's movement in Central
America. -The following is a specimen :
"Tho Colonel lias become a very Inrgc
landholder since he arrived there, as our cor
respondent reports, hnving purchased no. less
than 30,000,000 of ncreB, with 300 miles of
sea coiist. It is the snmo tract that was
originally granted by Messrs. Shephord and
Haloy to Senator Coopor, Wm. Cost Johnson,
Joseph L. White, of this city, and others, but
which conveyance became void in consequence
of the'gmnlee8 failing to comply with some
of the stipulated conditions. J lie (Jolono
pays only $500,000, which is pretty chenp,
considering that his tarm Is nbotit eight hun
dred times ns large as tho State of New
Thr Cotton Chop in Mrssissirn. The
Vickhbnrg Whig, of Saturday Inst, snyss
We have convcrsod with several planters
living in the vicinity during the past week, in
relation to the growing crop. They nre nil
of the opinion that the crop will bo n B.'inrt
one. J hey say the late dry weather on the
hill land hns caused nil the Into blooms to
fall off consequently there is no cotton on
the stalk, only whnt is nearly matured
therefore the picking season wili soon be over
and the crop a light one. We believe the
river lands nre all more or less nllected In the
Thero are said to bo thirty-six iron
ship building establishments in the neighbor
hood of Glasgow on the Clyde. The capital
employed is $10,000,000, nnd fifty thousand
skilled workmen are engaged. At tho pres
ent time there aro thirty-two new iron ships
on the stocks.
tW H is stated that those persons, or
their heirs, wiio served in the revolution of
Texas of 1833, nre entitled to about 2000
acres of land, within tho limits of that State,
and those who served in any of her wars
1836, nre entitled to 64(1 acres. , t
The Vii.i.tAN. Meph., hnving heard that
a man in Florida, who was bitten by a Im-nst,
chewed his tonguo into fragments in rage,
wontH lo know if tho insect cannot ne pro
cured in this noigborhodd. He would like
to try its clTcct on somo of his females ac
We have given that young man over to
re probacy nnd hardness of heart.
i-gF"A Calilorniu paper gives the follow
ing as thu best title to a lot in San Francis
"A ulianty, nnd yourself in it, with n re
volver. II tho title nccedconnrniaiion, mow
somebody's brains out." - -
W W urn snthnrlMHl In nnnunre Tot. J.1S. ItirssT,
f Folk emintv, (formrrlrnf MrMlnn.) as a csn'IMatt
for Itrlrnlir llenrral tin llrigii'ts Tmneswe .Millila.
The hrlrml- Is ompnsiul nf lit counties of llsaas,
Mvorst, Mc.Minn, l'lk, and. lirwllfj.
t -7 Ths Ocrnant hare produced some very excel,
tvul remedies for rio tliaefttes. - Among- wlitcb may
be ipeiflnl "Dr. HooSand' Celebruteu l!iitTO," luriale
jr C. Sl.JurV.on ud used Uh rewritable auceeai in
Liver Complaint, Jaundice, vpe'm, .Neriroua Prhili.
Ijr, and a general di-rne'iwu.l of the stomach. Tl,e
buotlajr Dispatch says of this medicine f
'We feel convinced, lhl iu b - of tho O-rrnan
Bitters tle patient does not bei-omea -bihtl,ti,bul ,,.
Mainly gains strenflu aud vittor to the frama fart
worthy of consideration. The Hitters are nie&saut In
tate and tn smell, and can be administered utidei nuy
cireiHitntnnces, to the most delicate stmuueh. lndi ed
Ihey oan be used by" all persons with the moat perfect
safety, it would be well for Ihone who are much affect'
d in the nervous system, to commence with one tea
sKionful or less, and gradually increase. We speak
from experience, and are, ol eouise, a prop-;. Judy...
The press far and wide, have united tu rccouiuiLiidlng
the Oermsn Bitters, and to the atHicted we most cordial
ly advise Uieir use." See advertisement. sept 7-tt
A f:inil t'omiMtriwott. The Uer. Wi:,l,
RcMlatl, a well-known Metbcdist clergyman, residing at
Nioles, draws the fallowing anuing but upt compari
son between Dr. M'Lane's Vermiiuge and a ferret:
'A ferret, alien nlaoed at the entrance of a rat-hnl-
enters the aperture, travels along the passage, seises
upon the rat, exterminates bis exiitenc, and draws the
animal's defunct carcass to the lislit. And in like man
ner have I found Dr. U'Lam't AmtrU-n i'ermtfirjt
to oderate upou worms, those dnadrul aud daugi-rous
tormentors of children. This remedy, like the ferret,
enters the aperture of the mouth, travels down I he gul.
let, hunts round the stomach, lays hold or the worms,
hnkes the life out of the reptiles, sweeps clean their den,
and carries their carcasses clear out of tha sv:tem
This, at least, has been the effect nf the Vermifiige anon
my children." A neighbor of Mr. Roulalt, Jlr. John
Urlirgs, adopts the aiunle or tne reverend certifier, thus
both giring their most unenulvnral approval of this
gre:it siecitic, after having witnessed its oieriitinn npon
their own children. Iet others try it. anil be sittlifted.
Purchasers will be careful to ask for Dr. H'Iaih-'m
PfUhrated Vrmiftint. and take none ele. All nth,.r
Vermifuges, in comparison, are worthless. Dr. M'Lane!
Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pills, can now be
had at all respectable Drug stores In the United tutes
For sale by P. Xf. Keith k Co., Athens: J. A. 0. W
Coins, Madisonvillc; an t by one Agent iu every town
In Tennessee. sept 71
I.lver IlUensi-.-Carter's Spanish Mixture, as a
remedy fur liver disease, and llte'nmnber of formidable
evils connected with a disorgaiiMed state of that orguu,
is unrivaled. Hundreds of ccruhcates, from the hlirh.
est sources of persons, tlving In the city cf Ilichmond,
Ya., might he given of cures effected by Carter's Span
Uh Mixture. We have only room to refer to t'r.e extra
ordiuury cure of Samuel M. Drinker, Ksq., of the Arm
uf Drinker k Morris, Booksellers, Itichmond, Vs., who
was cured by two bottles of this medicine, after llircn
years suffering from diseased liver. He says Its action
on the blood Is wonderful, better than all the medicine
lie has ever taken, and cheertully reconinieudi It to all.
bee advertisement. sept
Oo the Sid ult., hy Rev. O. A. Caldwell, Mr. JiMta
Calhoun to Miaa Miav (tKoauK, nil of this place.
On the 2Jlnst., by Kev. V. Fleming. Mr. J. C. Wissos
of Meigs co., to Miss M. M. AiIkbkatiit, of M or roe.
iiasjn sassm siiimiii ii nsi mi iai in l nni ai sails)
In McMinn count?, August KM, Mrs. lUniinrW,
Pxabcb, wife of Dan'l l'earce, iu the 41 year of Uer age.
On the 25th instant, tn Monroe county, of flu, Hrail
IUuii.tok. Some three weeks before, three of his chil
dren died of the same disease wilhiu three days of eaeh
All.tXTA, &pt. 8.
ince our last week's review we note a murked ad
Vance In the price of Bscoa, especially sides. We ijuoto
a prime article in demand at IS 14c; hums 12,!4c;
shoulders 111 11c; hog round I2'u stuck iu murket
very light. I.Ann has also slightly advanced a good
article iu barrels commands 1'2.Vc; in kegs and cans IS
14c. Cons, dull sate, Stic $1 bu., sucked MK.w.,dull,
so (JJ 90o V bu. Kuiea, superfine in request, f7 bbl.
Wmkat, prime red l,lf 1,'iU'M bu. Pkam, stuck !.
Kxeiuaua aight drafts on New York c; Augusta,
Charleston and buvamtuh X cent, pretn.
Yours, truly, i
UEAGO k AnnOTT,
General Commitmon Merchant.
AootwA, Jrpi. 4.
I hnnd you a condensed statement nf our Produce
market, which will be found correct for the present time.
Ilicux scarce and ling rouud wortli llj (ri 12c; hunts
lx 14c; sides 18! 14c; shoulders U , & Izc. l.tau
Uit & 14c. Coax S5 95c. MasLHSu l.irt. Oat
7(1 4i 7.V. WutAT 1 1,411 & 1,150. Fmea 7,60
bbl, and same rate in sacks. Stock Psah !hc 1.
FsATiihiRH H:t Q 8!c. No change in other articles usual
ly quoted by us.
KiCHAKtia on the North Jtf $ cent, premium.
Yours, very truly,
J. A. ANI.EY,
CommiiHlun and Product Merchant.
AcnuaTA, Sept 4.
The autumn business is now opened here. The stocks
nf Groceries, Hardware, Drugs, Crockery, Dry Goods,
Shoes, Hats, Saddlery, Ac, duily arriving for our mer
chants, appear to be unusually large. Jobbing houses
expect a large trade. Jany merchauti of the Interior
are now here making purchases.
iS'iuah, medium to fine qualit B 9; powdered, loaf
and crushed, 10 r 11.); clarified C H Xt A my.
CnrriBlltf ff 12f, Java 16 17. Svk 15. Parma
W4. (iiMiKH 8. .Smi, fine, 5j 6. Bah I.kac 8. iViiiit
$ bug. I'uwdkk ,75 f keg. Nails 4,73 (ft .1 ft
keg. .Salt, f) sack, 1,60 tMX- T.mirai, In boxes, 1ft
St 40 !. Can lk., adamantine, It; sihtio HO a t1
tK Oi. Nhirtisu 7. 4-4 A'iixkts 8.!. Dkillixus in
(h 9; Oeorgia Hlulns S2. lit and 24 1 yd. Os.i.taeRns,
No. 1, 111; Nn. Ii, 9o V rt. IlAcna. hog round, 12.V Ut,.
I.iHh l-l'i, 14. Wiiiat, red, I ,Hi; white, l.At'. 41,45,
sacks included. UAKKH, WltlOMT k O).
Aeoi'STA.Oeo., Sept 4, 1S55.
HMDS, good and prime Hugar ;
tP 200 barrels Stuart's Clarified filg.tr;
tot) packages Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
800 bugs lair, prime, and choice CuQce;
100 muts Java Coffee; ' .
1,100 kegs Nails, all sixes;
4,000 sucks bull -,
4(10 lig Buck and Drop Shot J ,
8,0H0 tbs llnr km ;
60 hlids Cuba Molassrs; ' "
75 barrels 8turtrl's Sugnr-Ifouse Fyrup:
250 boxes nnd kegs Tolmtco, every quality ;
60 chests Hyson, Itnperlnt and Black Tea; ,
240,000 fpanlsh and German Cigars;
300 boxes Adnmsntine and ;erm Candtes,
200 boxes Bar aud Fancy Coups ;
100 kegs sun. curb. Hoda :
A large siork of Manilla Hope, V If 1 V Inch; Bed
Cord and Plow Lines; Painted Pails; Brooms; Churns;
Tubs; Brass Bound Palls; llnlf Buckets; Spices; Pepper;
Ginger; Cassln; Indigo; Blue Vitriol; Copperas; Powder
in kegs and cans; Pickets; Cheese; Duller and soda Bis
cuits, 4c, for sale. Our stock (liquors excepted) will at
times he one of the largest in tins marKet.
Orders from our friends will command prompt attcn
tion. Consignments of Produce are solicited.
11AKKK, Wltli.llT ACO.
CiiARi.m Bakkr, UiU Rtil-er, WiUam e ().
Ws. H. STARXR. I tt' rr , .., . x n.
Ben; D, Thompson,
t'leTclands Triin.. .
Drns, Medicines nnd Chemicnls,
Dye-AVoodi ami Pytufli, Oil, Paints and lNtlntun'
W Iniloiv ninns and 1'utty OlBKuwaret
IUNOII, Knpllsh m! Ainericnn IVrfUmery, Fine
Tif!ft and Sliavlnd Ponps, fine Hair and TootU
Hru)it'a.lAliitHriwhi;f riSiirtrfctil nnd Dental Tnxtrumenti.
Tfmae and Suitportem of nil kinds, Fpicen, PnufTs, Man
ufacturvd Tulmcco, all the Patent nr Proprietary Mpdl
clncs nf the dy, iurlor Inks, Pure N iurs and Bran
dies for medicinal tnirpovs. Kx tracts and Flavors,
chdlce Toilet and Fancy Articles, Ac.
J make my jMirchanei for c aKh, and oner gaorts rqtislly
loir as they can he obtained from any similar estah-
lifllunent in this section, HarmniVrf to hffrtfM. wiv,
ami gmuin. Orders from the'eountry promptly fltlcd,
ant satisfaction (ruarantied with regard both to price
fff Physlclisns Prescriptions adI Famfly Recipes
will receive the greatest care and attention In their
compounding, at all hour a. 'pt 7-1y-JW3
Gardner, Shepherd & Co.,
- WriOLESALS I'KALERS JJf
Shflos, flats and Straw Goods,
No. M Public square, NnahTillp, Ten.
WE Invite the attention of merchants to the largo
Fall and Wlntnr Rtork if Boats tana
Mtocn liaiiiais ana irtinKo, .
which we are now dally reeelTlni. This slock has been
carefully selected in rlew of the increased demand for
Good (loons; and while It will be found entirety complete
and well adnplrd to the wants ot tne truiie, Is unusual
ly free from Goods of an Inrerlor quality.
Buyers in this market would consult their Interests by
pricing our Goods before maltlns; their pnrrhasea.
. . IIIDIIVLU GIIVIIIII'llli A IIO
Bept 1-lU" ....... , ciir.i ii i. in. m ..
Notloo to Fx-olslxtox-ot.
nitron tV Westerns A Ocorg ia II. Honda.
ATltXTA, Repl. 1, ISM.
n'UK Hates or Freight rrnm and nnr the Vntt Inst.,
JL from Allanla to Sf.vaniiah, and from Atlanta to
Charleston, will be.
On Wheat M c' VJ
Corn - " - "
Oat. 1 "
Barrels Flour, W car load mi "
SNneHiitefiitrnt JAiwai f ll'.s.'en If nil fmiit.
' (iFOIttlK Ydt'SO,
sept T-flt Si periiueiMleiu beorgin Kail Ni id.
X. XX. -V-AJCsXOU
ESPt'TrTT.I.Y gl"1' notice mat he has leaded this
Ih. known Hotel, and that It Is now open for tlis
reception of travelers and hoarders. Marine- hnd a
long experience la toe business, he flutters himself that
he will be able, by constant and devoted attention lo It,
tn keep such a House as shall meet tho approbation of
all who mar r1'" hl1" :'," "' T"1'1' wi" ' ""
be supplied with the best the country affords, ami every
effort made on his part to render his guests oomrortntile.
lie solicits a share of patronage. sept I-tf-flM
'KfOIIF, l,0V. " nave just rteeivea ??
1 I h'lmtcrd I'loirt, of all tiles and of the latest and
t approved patterns prnmi "n .r,, ,.,-w
na. The Farmers' are rel'iesird to rail and evamlns
Sept IV c i - m iii.'i.i..'i
VPEW boarders can be acroDiniodated at tha rest
deuce of the subscriber, West aod of Athens. The
situation ia pleasant and retinal, and roiivrni-ut to
Poreat UiU Academy. sept T 8. K. KKKUIiR.
II ST HWKIVKO-riue Braudy; Materia,
9 riierry. Port, Mal;it;a and Claret IViues, and some
nne Jamaica Uum all stricfly for tiiedim! purfiosea.
sept I WM. lit-'UNtl,
IiOOK xxEnu !
AYIMl sritd one of my Farms I am still anxioas
to sell the on on whioh I live, nine miles South of
Alliens, on the stoek road lo Georgia 3S21 Arrets,
and laumoreaijolniiif; can he bouifht. 1 have 12 rood
twoyearold Mules; Horsi; and i likely young Negro
Hove to sell. aH oa reasonable teilns for eich.
tiept 7, '55-iin ( . Pi If I.I.I p. '
r"HE Kxeontoi s of Koli't. Xewnittn JoeenscJ
1 hereliy' nutifjr all pprsona iii.ledted to
sn'ul estate liy nutrs falling duo in AutriK
lust, I list uiils8 snU DnUs are (mid wltliin ten
lavs from this date, suit will bo brourlit
for thsir collction.
111 I Ti iV t I 1 u v i . r v -1 r9.
Kept. 10, 1855 -it. 80.1
To the Public
'"I'MIE undersigned takes plensiiN in inform
X iivf (lie traelling cmnmunitt), thnt he has
succeeded in fittirg ui a neat mid convenient
Hack, wliieli lia intends running Daily be
tween SW'KETWATKll JUl'OT nndMMit
SUM VILLI; TrJN X. Lvery attention wtll lie
given U' reuder passengers ouiiifurttiblu, and
at reasonable clinrge. Tim tiuvelliug com
miintty frill fiuti it to th-nr interest to look
this way. AXMtliW S DAVIS.
Sept 7 8t SOS
' Cbancvrjr Court at .''tatlisouvillu.
, SKfTKMUKa RUM'S, l$i3.
John W. I-otspeech,
Alfred Lotpeeeh and hit wife, Susan Lot
speech, John Henry, Nancy Ann and Julia
Mary LoUpeech, heirs of C. M. Lot-speech
rpiIK Dili clinrre that nil the defendants
L reside in the Stale of Iowa; publication
is therefore ordered lo bo made fur fmir suc
cessive, weeks in the ''Athens Tost,' a news
paper printed in the town of Athena, Teuu.,
requiriii!; the said non-resident dcfunduuUlo
make the.r personal appearunee at the next
tent of said I'll an eery Court, to be held at the
Court House in Mudisouville, on the 1st Mon
day of December next, nnd anwvr complain
ants iiill tiled nguiust them, or the same will
be set for hearing ns confessed, and heard ac
cordif.gly. J. A. COFl'lX, 0. t il.
Sept 7 4t i Wi
llij A nthorltg of tht Stale of (jeoryia.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
liruutl Scheme forKeytembor.
To be drawn Scptemtier 21, 1S53, in the city of Atlanta,
when Prises amounting tu
0 0 0,000
Will he distributed according to the following magnifi
cent Scheme!' And reuicmucr every Priio drawn at
each Drawing, acd put J when due without deduction I
1 Prise of ..15,000
Sprites of 1,1100 ,
5ul Prises In all, amountltigto
OXI.T TEX Til OL SAW I) A'i'MBnKSI
Tickets 10 Halves and Quarters in proportion.
Mills nn all solvent lluuks ut par. All communica
tions strictly confidential.
HA.MUEL atVAN, Agent and Manager,
April 27-31 Atlanta., Georgia.
'vA lieat ViA.xxtetl.
FVwiIl siihseriher wishes to buys lurre anuuttty of
JL good Wiieat, fur which he will pity tiie htifhest mar
ket price. (Athens, Aug. 81, 1V fc K. Kl.Klil.lt. .
TO all n hom it umf roureru. I hereby
give notice that no more credits will be exu-nde.l,
and to all who are indebted to me I say, come and pay
up. My debts must and shall be puld, and in order to
do so 1 must make collections. vi M. ui'iiaa.
August 81, 1B06 '
TIIE fall Sr-Minn of Mrs. Cooke's Select Sehool will
a commence on Monday next, 8eptemhcr Kd. It Is
desirable that all the scholars should be present, so that
the classes can be formed on lhat day. . LAug Bl-tf
Wboat! Wlioat !
rpilE undersigned will psy the highest market price
" for Ulu-ut, at the Alliens Depot.
Aug 29-tf W. D. Ili-ROS
Ilaviland, JZislcy 4' Co.,
WTjrOCI,!) cull the attention ol Merchants In East
T v Tennessee to our usual large stock of Drugs,
Medicines. Paints. Oils. Dye-Mull's, Perfumery, Knaps,
Drastics, Ao, We are now fully prepared for the tall
Trade, and we hope Merchants visiting our market will
examine our stock nnd prices before buying, as we have
unusual racllltlea both for purchasing aim selling at low
urices. hehis connected with HiviLtMi, ILiuatLi Ui'lkv
New York; and IIavii.amii, H taniL & Co., Charleston,
8. C. The following articles will comprise part of our
stock, to which we are making tinny aiiiiittous :
10,000 Sa Illite stone;
1,000 lbs Salt Petrc;
2,0OO Fine Indigo;
8,000 " No. 1 Madder,
fiOO " Pxt. Logwood;
l.OOO" Cliip Logwood;
6,(1110 " Hpaniiili Drown;
ft.OOO" Cooklna Soda:
8,0110 " Miipnur;
8.8O0 " Brimstone;
10,000 " White U-ad;
8,0110 Zinc Paint;
6,0(10 His Veuetlun Ited;
400 dos. Castor Oil;
100 " Lyon'sKatharlon
t.OOO " do iu pap's
274 nrond Street, I doors from Globe lintel.)
ON the 5th and fltli days of October next, I will offer
fur sal.' my Farm, six miles North of Athens, con
taining CQO AorOS, U Improved.
Also, all mv stock of Cattle, lloi;s,Micep, Horses; House
hold and kitchen furniture, Farming Utensils, and a
great many other articles too tedious to mcuilon. Terms
made known on the day of sale.
Aug 81, 'oMt-ilttf B. FAUI.KNEH.
1M1K Fkmaiti lirrAKTMKNr of this Institution will be
opened on Monday, the 17th day of Bcptemher
Prof. Sam'l M. Ualncs, Principal, with a competent
corps of Asslmunt.
VourM nf fttndih llcaillng. Writing, Arllhmetlc,
Grammar, Physiology, Ueography, Composition, liheto
rlc, Ancient uiid Moilern History, Klocutlnn, Astronomy,
Logic, Natural, Mental and Moral Philosophy, Algilu,
Oeometry, Trigonometry, Dotuny, Chemistry, Geology,
and the Orcek, Latin, Spanish, Herman and French
TKIIMS, per Sclin nf SO weel-, nne-hnlf in advance.:
Primary Class Spelling, Beading, Writing, Arllh
mellcal Tables, Primary Geography, aud Bul
lion's First Lessons In P.ngllsh Grammar T,fiO
The 4lli, 8d, Junior and Senior Classes, which em
brace the entire course 12,00
Instruction In either of the Ancient or Modern
Language i tfl.fMl
Music on Piano or Guitar .- 2'."n
Contingent Fee '.'"1
No deduction for absence for less than one-fourth uf
The main objects of tills Institution are thorough men
tal, moral and physical training, and In order tn keep
the progress of the pupils constantly before their friends
the plan of monthly reviews will lie adopted. Particu
lar prominence will he given to Spelling, Heading and
Composition, during the entire course of instruction.
Tn ynung Ladles who complete the prescribed course,
and whose deportment entitle them to such distinction,
a Certificate nf Schnlarthlp will be given, signed by the
Principal and Trustees.
The Male ! xirtineiil will be opened for Instruction
In the new Bnlldlng on the 4fA Hominy of tvptemlter,
tn. eharie nf Mr. John O. BcarWoiiKh, a graduate of
the University of So. Ca. JOdEl'lI UPTON, I 'A.
1. A. Cnrsia, .Vc'y. aug HI-tf-804
)I'ST received, pluln, fanny and French embroidered
Shirts, Marions and scarlet Shlrta and Drawers;
HUCk Gloves ano Itaunnei; i.aoii:!. n
tn extra Anc: Hosiery of all kinds; Port Monies; Sus.
penders; black and fancy Neck Ties, Satin Scarf Stocks,
and manv other articles, all or which we proml'C to sell
eatrsmely low- uug2IJ 0. F. T. F. (ilHBO.
fay AtTTIIOHITY or Tllg STATU OF ALABAMA.)
SOUTHERN .MILITARY ACADEMY
Grand Sthsmelar 8aplmbr.
To be drawn September imwrjsm.iti tne city or Mont
gomery, Winn macs aiiiiiuninis; nr . -
a a o o o o
iTini.i. ,nirlrsitedaeeoinlsnirtthii following Magnifi
cent Scheme f And reinen.'ntr every Prise drawn at each
Drawing, anil pain wnca uue wmium uisvouni i
1 Prlsaof ' ,rwn
nrl In all amoiinilng lo faO.iMM)
uni y riHirsAVP xmnicnsi
Tirkrls HuhTs and Husrters In prnHrllou.
Hills on all solvent Hanks ukrn at par.
All commiinlrarlons strictly confidential.
S VMI'FI. SWAN, .Vajenl and Mannrer.
July 13, Isilk-t'- Montgomery, Ala.
IMMEDIATELY AT THE DEPOT,
I batlMMOoira, If mi.
t. cu i re 1 1 r l u,
Aug. 17-lMW 1'aiifMiroa.
PTJIjTON 31 0 XT J3 23.
Alabama street A tltlutu, (.I'Orfria,
By A. 1Z. KECV K S, Proprietor.
IOCATIONV-Bighl of the ear shed tor passeurcra by
J down train; Lett of the car sh.-d for passengers by
up train. Aug. in, KV ly-a,VJ
Athens Foundry Ware-Room,
loxt door to Tcuaece Uauk,
A-mrilKKF. Is kept cousuutly on band and for sate.
T CiKiklng and other Moves, IMiow Ware, And
irons. e.,iol nil kinds of Tin Fundi nre. We rre also
preimred to till filers for Spo-illnr. and Tin Ware to
merchantantid others, utmmi short botieeaiul rood Units.
Iluvlifsr wigageil Hie services of an rxcelleul werkman.
we are conn l.-v oi giving,
may Il-tf-.)i ZI.M.MKUMAX k THOMAS.
RESPECTFULLY Inrorms the eltiiem of MeVlun
eoiuiiv, and the public generally, that he will aitend
to life Selling, Purchasing, and t'nrwardltigor ad kimls
of Prndtice. Also, to ordering O001I1, Oroceries.or any
kind of Machinery that may M caihd for. He can fur.
ni'li Machiuerv. such as Threshers. K.siiiers. Mowers.
Stalk nnd .Straw Callers, of any kind wished, at manu
facturers' prices, freiftiit aunea.
A good lot of Threshers on the way and to arrive tn a
few dava. AI'O, one Circular Saw Mill and one Clover
Hall. -r un hand und forsuleby 8. K.TLKlO.It.
Atheua. Tenn., may I l-tf-046
T nut Ilooolvocl
I M) lor snle, at tlie old etand in CnlKomi,
i" libla. NeT Orleans Rvkoiled Molasses,
lti 4 Hlils. (!' lo. do.
80 liners fine Hi ColTos;
Soil Gals. Culm Molswaeaj ; "" "
2'iOtl I.lis. lirown Sugar?! -ftooo
10000 " Ho'.led Iron nil of wliieli will lie
sold low liy wholtsnle or retail.
Our Dry Goods stock ia full and fine, and as
low down in price ns tho lowest.
July 6 , B. V. ilARl'l.V t SOV
UR. J. L. ATM3B,
IXxy ailolau db Surgoon,
'SiT'lt.L give his entire attention to the practice of
T Medicine. OiUce South of the Mridge. aug 8
r. si. Mcpherson,
(S'lfiwuor h C. Wallace it McPlternm,)
Maiu street, Klioxville, It' It II.,
Aiikvr viia TiiK e.vi.a vr
ilarou Me uiu ICoawcll, Curt"
rl(lit OH a Sjlvail itllllsj KhlrliilV,
Georgia Osiinbcrgs and Yurus; Tobacco, tueensware,
luck -is, Tubs, Ac, ic.
Tern : Four uioutlis. J.ily -ly-3
MR. J. M. II AND, of the lute firm of Hand k Fleui
lug. having p'ireliaseil the interest uf Mr. Chaulkh
ilAKtn, in the firm of llaker, Wilcox Ai Co., the business
will be continued from this date umler the name and
style of Wilcox,. Hash Aset.itv. -. J. b. WILCOX,
J. M. 11 AND,
July SO-2ti-af)0 - i 1). II. AXSLL'V.
WILCOX, HAND Sl NSLEY,
Saccrwr to lLtirl H'i7.-.e Jh Cu.,)
Wlioloan lo Crrooora,
July 2", lSKV-ly ,.- KM)
Leather Machine Rtltin.
SJATKNT riveted, stretched and cemented Leather
Machine lleltlug-4)ak and Hcmluck Tanned all
widths, from 1 to 'il inches, of our own manufacture aud
of warranted uulity, suitable for Cottou Factories, Ma
chine Shops, Oius, Threshers, Pumps, Ac, Ac. A large
assortment alwuy on hand and for sals iu quantities tu
At 1U Kmlrllrrv- WarelioutM.'s ot -
SIlKilMAN, JKSSl P k CO.,
911 lli-oad street. Auguita, Oenrgta,
11AKHAL, NICHOLS k CO.,
Cor. Meeting aud ilasel streets, Clutrlcaton, S. C
June 15 lau-ojl
P. D. GATES,
ANP PRALKa IS
Agricultural InilemetUt and .Ttachlnerf,
No. liBroudway TOIIK,
KETOIH'M'S Motrin f Macliioet, Hay Previm,
ll'ienc. Iloee, Calticatnr, Plow, Straw Vnttert,
1 Vra .SaeViTA, llcapere., Iloree Potoer aitd.Tkrt.diert,
Combined Threehcrtand Wlnnvuert,itnJ other Agrt
cultural Machine. , way ls-tt-8li
XF. XF. STO.tK, Formerly of Oretnrtllle,)
B ICSPKCTFULLV Informs the public thai he has taken
Aj the Hotel formerly kept by Joseph Pellon. Ileiiten,
Teun. OeUTiiiined to keep the riirlit surt of House, he
will spare no pains to uccoit'ioo.lute and render com
fortable ull who' may call. Ills Table shall ho spread
with the heat the country affords, nnd his Stable will he
provided with plenty or provenuer. iieiermincu to
merit nubile iiatrontiae, he hones and expects tu receive
a due share of it. July lS-tf-IM)
A L.MttlKlot of good Wheat wauled for which the
ITl highest caan niutkut price will be paid, by
July 0 P. II. K l-:i I II k CO.
Nosrooa to IHi'o 1
FIVK likely Negro Mou to hire, Kuquire at tin
Odice. Aug a
"fM'OTIt'i:. All persons Indebted to inc. either hy
Jjl Note or Account, are reiiiesled tu come furwurd
and muke payinetit as I am compelled to hnve tinaiey,
and am detei inlucd to wait no hunter. All debts not
puid by the first day of October will be fuund in the
lianas ni an oinceriur collection.
Aug 21 8. K. ItF.HDI'.B.
irALHilBI.G Nt'HtMH, HOOKS. Just
v received, a large lot of the most approved and
latest editions, and for sale by
AugX-l UI'Ar. V. ll'lpa.
A!S Xl'AIS HANTS WXTHD.-1 am
4 now paying SI per Acre, aug II. W. IIOSS.
f A Hi I W A II II A TN. I will pay the highest
tA cusn price lor Land Warrants.
Aug. 17-tf JOHN I.. UltinfiKS.
w tn wntii tra vTi:i. iko,
I A IIKIlWIO. nf Maillsnnville. wl.hes tn llllrchase Land
Warrants, and will give the highest cash price. Auglf
i tffh Kbl". KlniN WnM, received and for
lilt? sale by KEYF.S k IIKNUKKSON.
HTIFriCI!, -We want and must hars money. All
lsl Notes and Accounts In our possession made In Ihs
year 1M must he paid Immediately, or yon may expect
to pay cost. Our rule la only to sell on twelve months
credit, then do uot be surprised If you are sued at any
lime. aug 24 C. K. k T. F. OII1SON.
HA TM IHTN. The niulerslgned Is receiving
a large and haniNome lot of Ifats, Including many
new styles, such as "Wide Awnke,'"Young America,"
"Hungarian," c. Also, the Panama, Leghorn, Fur,
Wuolaud Palinleaf Hals, which will he sold at Clio lowest
sort of prices. Apl A W. P. HF.VXOWIS, Benlon.
IIW Tavo llorio Woroii J ir side by
Alliens, June 0. iv. nr.i.i.r.i..
riOV rtirTIOt A II IKN. Csn.lles, Almmids
I Pecans. Oruuars. lemons, Ac, lii"t received and
for sale by aprll it) A. CLKAdF. A CO.
ir',TI'lll!.'l.H JIIMVIMs Fl it llio;,
tVs. Three nf these celebrated lull ir-nvlng machine
on hand and for salo at manufacturers' prices, by
roy H p. A. nr.r.iir.rt.
linp. Prll!. H bushels Shoe Pegs Just received
and for sale. Apio ,.n. nr.i.,iFi,ij, iieui-iu.
"?lvTi:V llfMITM Al KilItKt. iryou call
X and examine our flock which we are Just opening,
e feel assured yolt Will not leave uciore inlying- a pair
nf hoots or Shoe. For the Lnilles, we linve tne lu st
Kid, Calf und Patent Mailers, ror lliu ueuueinen, Kip
nd Calf Boots; Oont ana iuu runes.
msy 4 C, t. k T. r. CI1IS0V.
Rolf Ins: I'lof ha.
WE have on hand and for sale a superior article of
Halting Cloths, Nm. 6. , 1. 0 and III.
JoV. tJ aii.r.1, r.., si u ii,i.s..i ir..
rllt.AHK nnil TiMiat ro,-a large lot 01 ui
1 Tobacco, from the very finest lo a low
pTiccd article, Just received by W. B. KKVNOMaM,
'IIIF. of that No. I 'JTobmrro at the Farmers
... 1 l 0 1. f U i IliitM
(aieap flore, liy v. r. m . e. uhwim,
""ilf r:flR TOn.ACfO, a ftne article, amlj
lV oegars, ior saae 0 -e ' u,..,Ur. vv.
aTi LOCK ! 1- '"( or p nionms' ceienratrn
Clocks Just redelved and fin- sale low. Persons
slllng to get a oou 1 1"' " i"
have and opportunity 01 aoiugso "n 1 m lore
thry arc all sold. W. II. II H SOLUS,
t2 lli;TV Kl SI-.. a fo1""1 't f Tana and
J",1 Thread Fuse 00 hand iidfnr sale low hy ,
April A , . Ii. 1, r. 1 'i.i.i, iNrnion, renn.
April n , " ' -
sTi A ! ( "A I.!. A good hanrnln. Apply
to march r. W.M. BCHNS.
TI'ftT Krrrivrtl, and for sale, a lot of Cooper's
linllcd Iron; al"ia lirst rale article of No. 1 C.hew-
Ug Tobacco, PT nasiiroiiii,
Feb. 1, ir, . r.,...
fllll',! Ilffsj -. I ? a neaoiiiui iot 01 non
si nets of the latest styles. Just received and for salt
low. Apl o v. 11. nr.i 301. p.-., iirinoo.
IF nit. .
ll HAGS lilstrocelten son mr n
mcEwf.n k tiii.i.r.pir;.
rrrtr, F0R SALE.
nndereitrned wi.heA tid:vr.,Hfl pf his
f. ""'" '"' ''"t. sitoat,. i:, ii,c ..t cti.l
of Atl.eo,, V:I, ., s,rvt wiii:!l
will aell on roa-,Mil,:tf 1... j,. 1. ,..:',,
is d.'siralile one for a i.u.i . i, ' iir.ull
IniHiijr. Kor fm-.lier infjrin:ti;..ii . . -o tlio
suliscnber nt tlicutiuv ef tlm ;,' ' ."('..si
A'.liens, August 17, l-SflS.
rilHR flnn of tianvxa A Kiukikk, rprtetori of the
M. "Lomlo Foundry," Is this day iiin;injil.v dissored.
All debts due Said firm biu.t lie paid lo liaCid Orovvs
Rtidalld,4H. uwunrb.v the nria will be paiduy him.
The Fauinlry wdl be carried on by
Loadim, Teuu., Aug. XII, In DAVID UFHIVK.4.
Vl.L persons Indiiteil to thw estate of Ttdence C
Lane, deceased, are requested to come forward
and make settlement, and all those having claims
against said eeiate will pl-se present them to the un-dersigtit-d
for payment within the time prescribed by
law. it. .1. Lam:, Administrator,
August 10, iVsV-4t
Forest Hill Academy.
FIlHt: Fall Session ol Forest lilt! Acraleuiy, Loliduolf J
M. by Jlr. A. i. Cias" and Li.f, ussi-icd by Mr. I.
L. 011X, Wnl oH-n on U.'tdniiU'y, tr t'teothtr ' f4S.
The Trust ees of this Institution can confidently recosa
mend It tu those who wish tltir son, and daaglitors
educated. The Instruction Is thorough, and tha dis
cipline mild but Arm and pnterual.
tarb stuileat Is charged a comlneeiit fee of One IM
lar. tine half of the tuition U refpitred in tiavHnce and
the remuluiog half at the middle of the .i i-.n.
First Class, (per session,) ID no
Second " p.pii
Third ' - lx.ia)
By order of tl.o Board. W. U. UALU.W.
Athens, Aug. lu-k'n rk-cretary.
Circuit Court, itht'o. rouutr, Tenu.
Aimer W. Frailer, Administrator ot Sam 'I Frutlcr, dee'd,
Ttie Widow and Heirs of tne s aid Satna Fraler, dee'd.
IN pursuance to it decree made in the above cause, at
the .Inly term of said Court, l".Vi, 1 will, ou the loth
day of September next, on the premises, sell at public
sale, to the highest bidder, on a credit ol twelve month,
cxvept the '.! of Fifty Dollars to he paid In hand, tha
Tract of Land STeereon the said Samuel Frnler resided
iK-t'ore bis ileath, w-i'i, the exception of the widow s dow
er, which 'ns been avowed and aet apart out of said
tiact. Said Laad lying an the waters of Wolf Creek, In
said oounty. and coiHainliir, hy estimation, V
, HO A. oroia, '
Bimd and seeurlty will be reipilred from the purchaser,
and a lieu retained upon t'ie LinS for the purchase
money DAltll'S WA'l'KKHOLSK, Clerk.
Aug a, IV04 Prs fee Ta 8
Ocoec Malo Academy,
fJlUC Fnlt Bf. .l"n of t!ii Tiiktittion will connuno
L oh Moiulitf , thtf 8d ilny nr Ht'f't.-nil'ier next, on
(krtlio charge of J. L. SlILltUl'N, whOre aliilltlutt
Hixl rtiriracter uit h Tfarlici turn to Well known tlinl tti
T i n M vvt deem U mnii-cerwnry to truruit lila fume, liuinff
a ffTtaduute f oik of tKo llrU Co'.K-Kft. of Kdl Tuuacs
SL-a, lie in coin tut fill to tench the uiU ictt'tice atul
liuitFiirtfrc, mitl tu conduct the Hchoul wiiliproitrli'ty, cvut
ruiily to (piidc, morally iw veil as uieuinlty. PuruiiU
mift purtnilmn mtiy patronize Ocoee Aciiilcmy wltU
urunce. The Uk hUou iit tumlthy unJ iiloaa;int.
Termiof 7'itition, ytr & union of 2U ictdLn :
tOcomt 44 , S.tn
No extra clmrjrtjs, Bounl cau he hud In prlvnlu fuiul
He on very re;ioimMe teruis. Thoe who puy In ml
Tiinc cmi h;ive h rcHHonuMe 'K'tliiction Tro.n the rt'tfu
Utr rutei of tuition. Vy r L r of tli tiunl.
Auk w. HKYNM.I,
University of Nashville,
HI ir a I l:'inrl mcr.t.
ffllllE Firth Annual Cmirn nf l.prturt? In tliU Inutt
M. tution wilt commence on Mnurtuy, V'i'Ui of Ortobvr
UL'Xt, und coiititine till (tie (I rut of tliu eusuluK March.
Paix f. Kvk, h. d., I'riuoiplitt uoil riuoiict? ol rtutfery.
JottN M. Vatsoy, w. nMOlutcirlrn hu1 th liat'i'.' off
Women ami ChtMrtn.
W. K. Howi.imj, m. t.,Tlioory nnd Practice. of Meillclntv
A. H. Hithanas, m. D.,Hurgiciil A Ctlioloxiul Aimtoiuj.
C- K. Wiftm.N,M. i. Match;. Medic u m.d Metlicul Juriu
oiKhi- M. INmTKn, . D.. Gen oral and Special Anatomy
J. JtKKhicst Lr.nsLKY, h. D., Chemistry mid I'litirumcy.
T110MAH K. ,ffc!).MNf:t, u. Ii., luHilutef of Medic ia nod
Ciintcid Mt dU in.
W'ii.uam T. BHUioi, M. o.,Pemotistrntor of Anatomy.
The Anntnmlr&l Uooiim will he upencd for itudenta oa
tlir flrt Mimday of Octoher. .
A hill VrtUmtikUi'y ( ouris or Lecture1, rrc to nl
ituiU'UtH, will he piven hy tho I'l-olcvori, couuntmclug
0U0 un the firttt Siouduy of (Mohcf.
A Clliiiquo loin hteu eitahliislicil in onn?rtlnn with 0m
UnlverHtiy, h whi-hoKr.ttiogi are prrfoniitd,HHd vftwtt
prescribed tor aud loctured upon, In iircFcnce ot the cU.
Amount of Vues for Lootu.vs Iu the L'nlverBlty U $10A.
Matriuulatloii Vv.o. (iitiid oure otily.) 5. Vrnutloal
A unto my $10. Oruduation fee f'a,.1.
Good lUmrrtinp ran b procured at nhout 1 week.
Further Information oan be ohtuincd hy nridrcrifling
J. IlKltKf AN MMt.SI.KV,
Naahyille, Aug 17 Clmtiuellor of the llnWerHtt?. -
X O. CD 3?
Jonc.sboro' iVmnlo Hi?h School,
Under the control ami direction of
JOXESIilWOrtift iMMilty XO. 40, . 0. 7. F
AsuiHiud hy a cci.tpi :ti.t cinis of I-'t n.ilf T;.cI,i-r.J
V. V.. IIai'KMI it tl.l I, ).V, nf L :j' it" n i urs (( .Musio,
Ornwiiifr, P.iiminff, KMl'f'.'l' ry, .tc. kr.
f gllK uixt iH'i-:.ion of t!iii ttitttitiui ni will cotmncact)
M on Tliuradiiy, the Hih dny vt pictu'ii r, iAt
Course of Htntiy and te row KHitie uh licrt. t"t'H o.
The MkIi cimrut'tcr nnd dcn vtd popuiaiity th!
ft Imol luiH attained under tlm rare of two ANAoeintt
I'dnciiKtli, imp'-l the L"iye to continue that nytt.'ii,
The location nf tlili School in a pleanant villufre of
one llomnand iuhahititnts, reuiarkahle for health and
morality, directly on the line of Railroad North and
Houtli-wtMt now near vtiuipletton, oue hundred mile
Hunt of Kiioxvillc, surrounded hy mountains, and pure
fpring water iu abundance reinlera it dcMirahle tu all,
and a auituhle point for a School of the law-id ni ami
lilphcfit order, l.arjre and conunoflimic buildinim Iith
been and are bjln erected sufneient to nruoiniuodato A
very lartfo nuinlrvr of nchnlun lu addition to tin
licrctoTore lu attendutiec the Iftft sention nuinburlntl
upwards of nne hundred aud fifty pupil,
Hoarding etui be had in private fumilies on r canons
A supply of grhonl BnntfNkept for tale at Philadelphia
wholcimie prlt en, with the c;urif.e added.
For further imrtlcid... j (Mldre-n-Mnj.LaudnnO.Haynei
Hcc'y of the Hihool,' or tlie '.SecreUry of tint tCKlga;"
ftUo, .' circular and catalogue.
J. W. bKAi'kai'.K, B. P. WaLtA
J. M. ll'WH, J. A, Dii.woMD,
W. P. URKWIR, ' JllFIM RtIRA,
Joneiboro', Aug 17 Comtnitt4 vf thihopL
Ten Days Later from the East I
Ut the Inst arrival of tho Steamer ShAnghnla
w. Or. nonTON et oo.
UiAVK recnivt'il a verrlapo, well seleotfd
. ami KNTIRE NKV' STOCK cf
ttprluir and Nummrr Csmm.
Their stuck oonnints in part of ft aj londieil '
siirlment of I'r v Onoila, hiirIi as Irown and
lllnck l'liniestics. TiekiiiL', Drills, Cnttoriitrlea,
Kentucky Juniis, Funev and I'.lnck Doeskin
(-nsaiincras, Freneh Cliii lis, Uliuik Satin and
Kanoy Silk Vrstinvs, I'iiiilto llilkfs, I.iiipn do..
York C'aniMetP. Jlrown l.inen, Irish Linen,
Linen Puck, llenip Orill, I!rown Holland,
I'lnin and I'lnid Jnnniiets, Swiss Muslin, lllnck;
and Fancy Dross Silks, llcrnna, Lawns, Cntn-
bries, Ituiinn ("lot lis, lirnii tie F.tci", Silk Coat'
inir, Sennilpss I5nir, a fuoii stoek of Silk Goods,
Kililiins. ilrilliBiits, Crajai l.iosee, Mlnck Silk
tape, Friiijfo, Wliita llobins, Kdin!s anrl
Inst-rtinirs. I.adiea Needle-worked Collars anil
Sneneers. Undersleeves, Hlnck Silk Voils.Cra-
vnta, a vi'ry liuxo stoek ut I'rints of crery
tiricu and figure. At I'liiicy and f.'eriiian
htiod.i, Sonp, lii uslii'S, Crinito, Cologne, Oils,
Couilis of ovtrg variety. Needles, Tins, Port
Monies, Cijfar ('n'ea, Toys, Kar Ilinrrs, Ilrens
rina. Fob ( liaitis, Vio'ina finu citniiira, puih
pointers, Iluttiilis, KaoT r.t,rops, Hosiery,
(iloves. Neck Ties, An. Also, n very nru,t
took of f.aeo nnd Silk Jsotinets, aliases I' I a la,
llnls and Straw (lnoda. A very superior
stoek of lloots anil Miiiea, toeiuer wan unr-
ict line's. Satchels, Hooks nnd Stationery,
Jml.reliiu and 1'anisols, Cloeka, llnrdwar
and Cutlery, I'oeftet. lCnivrs from 60 eta. lo
t'l. Suissors. Cni'S, l'islols, lievolvera, Masons'
Trowels, llnlclict", Aii"jurs, Axos, Hues, Trace
i n i ii si. and a tho.iitiMl otlicr tliums. ihey
also linve a vorv superior slock of Spring anil
Slimmer M'loiiiiiiu, low dou-iM. disss and
tiueenaivate, Au , Ac
e can nut enumerate hnlt the dnoos on
hand, but would re.iiiectfully invite all our
old friends (and we dmi't care how many netr
ones,) lo give us a cull ami exninino our
stoek, and leavo tli balnnoe to us, lor we cars
convince you that it is to your interest t
bin- our f ! oods. W. O. UOUTO.V A CO,
April 1 H. 1H tf ji
Osnabergs, Shirtings &c.
" nm Aejent'ur the sale of several hranils or
OenaberKS and Sliirtinir". .'fall widthl,
ull fillttall t., snckiiiL' W heat, Flour, Corn,
Ao i and I propose) lo s..l these (joods pre
cisoly as low as the .Manufacturer, with charf.
es added to this point. Merchants anil oth
ers wishing a supply enn order from me, and
i will direct the gum! to be left nt any depot
alonir the line of the Fast Tenn. A (in. ItaiU
rond, at the same price I tell for here, there
bv sovini; the enrnatfe from this point.
' It. M. Mel'ilElisoy.
.KnoxvilU, July 2i-lm-oiC A'jmt, de,