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O Ihoo from whose rank breath nor sct esn save,
ir sacred rtrtue, nor thspowerless grave, ,
felon unwhin"-!1 'n wl",n ln Xon'ler
Full many a groaning wretch guilty dwells,
lUush, If of honest blood a drop remain!
To steal IH NSnrly way alont IliT """ ,
Blush, If the bronlc, lone hardened on thy cl.eilc,
Mas left one pot where Hint lw drop "n speak;
lllush, to he branded Willi the lUtsouurt mime,
And thougb thou drcadst not sin, at least dread harae."
We know .if no princij'lo of the human
heart more vile nnd loathsome in ita nature
than slander. It In a pecies of mural de
furniily, bo hideous in its character, that wo
iuatinctively shrink from its pftttilt-nli.il
breath, as due the dtwvrt traveler from the
blunting tfT.tla of tho airocen, whose Bcon-h-iup
mid withcriiifrcoiituct is certain death.
Nor cn any apology be received from him
who iudulgt-s in this hellibh Jr:u.-tit-e. For
other crime there may be nihigatiug citcuui.
etsnces, but for this, uo evidence call be Bufri.
cient to cleat the guilty, or release the culprit,
who ha so terribly sinned against the holiest
mid most Hitc red princi jjU-m of the until. The
brand of Cain in upon his brow, and a fearful
vengeance uwuilsi liiin. The murderer, hit
hand reeking w ith the blood of hi victim, in
not more ahhorrent in the Bight of a just God
than (lie foul ulauderer. Like the slimy ser.
pent, he crawls In secret, his faiijji ever ready
to strike down the virtunUH mid (he good.
Tliediiiiietivt-ircluUiuvadud by his presence.
and discord, sorrow and alienation of feeling
follow in his walie, where only happiness was
known before. Prom thu grave of buried
hopes and joys theie comes up a wailing
sound, hr en king upon the still night air,
wherever he passes, and is recognized as the
oath -dirge of iiiiiweiico and broken hearts.
It is impoHsilile for language to express the
conleinpt in which a slanderer should be held
In his bosom all manly fueling are extinct
"The man that dares traduce, because he can
Willi lately to himself, la not a man."
A blot in Guil's moral universe, he .walks
the vnrth clothed in the livery of hell. , No
generous dilutions Fill his soul. To destroy
the happiness Of others is his dulirlit; and he
is only in his element when, from a stand
point of hid own crention, ho witnesses the
effects produced by his' whisficrcd lies, in thu
crushing of confiding hearts, the rending
asunder of friendly ties, and the utter ruin
and pros! ration of all that is beautiful and
Jioavunly in titTectioii. The fair name and
prosperity of another are ol.jeets too galling
to tho fiery jealousy of his soul. As his eye
lights upon singular worth, how, like a fiend
hu exults in the prospect of another victim
The dihguises in which he veils himself to
accomplish his purposes are as various as the
windings of the poisonous mounter in which
he may find his emblem and type. Alas! Ih.it
the 1'rvss tdiould ever bo made subservient
to his iniu-liinatiniie and designs! that
should at any time be mado the instrument
t i . ' . i i
wnereny ins arrowy tongue may una a spee
dier lodgment in the breast for which it
upELUNi. I here are two or three men
in otir own world almost as wise as M. Jules
Janin." " "If thou art weary of Jife." Raid, Ma
rius, to the- bold Teuton'who challenged
him, "so nnd hnnr thyself." Thenifstooles
was no coward, and yet he would rather lake
a blow than neglect ' good ' counsel ' from
Eocyblndes. - In later times, the Count Sa.
voy challenged the JJunpinn or V lennois
"Hark ye, Sir Count," said the lusty Dauphin,
I will aend yon one oT uiy wild bulls; and if
you lie so minded, you may struggle till you
are tired with an antagonist not easily , over
come." We suppose that M. Jnnin will not
dispute the bravery arid gallant bearing of
Turonne; and "yet, according, to 'the critic
the hero of Sintzheim anj the Rhine must
be a lost mm) in the eyes of the section into
which M. Janln divides the world, for'Tur-
enne refused to fight ft duel under the gros-
set provocations.'. Ho had been subjected to
a disgusting Instt't bv a rash young officer,
and as quickly drew his aword to resent, as
the oilier to defend it. But Turonne thrust
his weapon back into the sheathe remarking
as he did rt. '"Young man, if I could wipe
your blood from my conscience as easily as
I have wiped the filthy proof of your folly
from my f.iee, I would take your life 'upon
tho spnl." M. Janin is an oxceeding clever
person, but wo very much doubt if even he
will be able to persuade, hit countrymen that
the Turonne who fell so gloriously nt Salzs
bach, in frontof tho artillery of Montocuenh,
was a coward for refusing to avenge an in.
suit by a crime. Athentcum. . ,
To Piusterb. 1 will sell, to ft First
R.tte PritUer none other need nppiy who
is not ashamed, nor disinclined to work, one
half interest in my pnper, the Southern Star.
I don't wish to unito myself in business with
a man without industry, qnorgy and sobriety,"
neither 111 I be connected .with one who
rinds it impossible to remain satisfied in one
situation, ; . ...... ,-
If a suitable mnn, should dcsiro a profit
able and pie-Milt position, hu can learn terms
by addrcMiiig. '. - D. II. CLAIBORNE,
'. '- - Wl.l,..l.,. Tm '
Friendly editors w ill obligo by copying
this notice. . .
"MuituKR of a You'su L.DV.-.Miss Virginia
Frost, nged 17, daughter of Austin Frost, of
Raleigh, N. C whs instantly killed there on
Monday morning by a negro girl in the em
ployment of her father. ,. iSho reproved thu
wnnnn for insolent litngnage, and thereupon
she shot her with a pistol, instantly killing
her. The unfortunate young lady was a
niece rf Mr.W. W. Hnead of Richmond, who
received a telegraphic despnlcli infnrtning him
of the above Monday night. lie left yester
day mnrning for the scene of the dreadful
occurrence - . f .
IW The absorbing power of tho ntmos
phere, and consequently its ciipncily to retain
humidity, is proportionality greater in warm
than in cold nir. The nir near tho surface of
the earth is warmer than It is iu ths region of
the clouds. Tho higher we ascend from the
earth, the colder do wo find tho iitmospliere.
lleneo the perpetual snow on very high
immiituiiis i the hottest climate. Were the
Mrnosblir-ro everywhere, nt nil limes, of a
uniliirm temperature, wo should never have
rain, or Imil, or snow. The water absorbed
by it in evaporation from tho en and the
earth s aorlauc, would deseeiul in nn imper.
ceptihle vnpllr,urcenso to be absorbed by the
air when itwas onco fully saturnted. ,
.-"Of all happy households, Unit is the
happiest whore lulsehood is never thought of.
All peaco is broken up when onco it' nppeurs
that thtr ia a liar in tho house." -
liT" A wag observes Hint he look un
der the tniirriaga head for the. newa of tht
iea. ' "
The Memphis Family Visitor thus "takes
down that disgusting and reprebensiie party
prejudice so extant now a days, and - w hich
would justify n demoeiat in every thinir, no
matter how wroiig, and make an honest op.
ponent nn abomination n the sijrhtof God:
We have always deprecatPd thu vulgarity
and bitterness of many n irtic-vns who resorted
to scurrility in place of reason and argument.
ana we believe it is a safe rule to regard nil
w ho indulge in it as
T.iat rlne upmost, when the nation bulli."
We heard a couple of follows in a political
d iscussion the other day, mid if we are to be
lime what (hey said of each other and tiiose
who side with them, there are two great par
tic, in the country composed exclusively of
the greatest rasesls known to Christendom.
If a court und jury could lie obtained outside
of these, parties, these witnesses might be
used as State's evidence, and if their credibili
ty was not impeached, tho members of both
parties might Imj hung for irredeemable
seouudrels.sorry knavesand low-bred villians.
Nothing connected with either party was al
lowed, by the opposing wrangler, to be hon
orable or patriotic, and the masses were
steeped in corruption so low- that the hull J of
regeneration yuuld never reach them, mid
they would have In lie and swelter in their
own filth, "festering in the infamy of years."
As we heard theso disiruHtinir revilers, we
were reminded of a couplet we have some
where read, and of which we believe Byron
was the author, that must be considered bv
all who heard them, as exceedingly appro
"Each pull'd diftVrcnt ways with many an oath
, "Arcadea aiuba," ul blackguard botti."
Ofjust such diity partizan skunks Youn;r
naj mi excellent idea when he wrote in hi
epistle to Mr. Pope
"Their feet through fallhtem leather meet the dirt,
. And oft'uer chuiig'd their principles thun atari."
Loyola and Jesuitism In Midland's His
tory of the Crusades, evidence is furnished in
the text and in the appendix by lerv inter-
estini documents, that l.ovoln, in the forma
tion of the society of Jesus fas it is blasphe
mously called,) borrowed from the institution
of the Assassins, under the Old Man of the
Mountains, the plan of his desperate orirani
zution.- The same careful physical selection
of their Uiols; the same abnegation of self;
the same -elaborate imaginative education; the
same blind and perlecl obedience.; the same
uiiseriipiilousiiess as to means; the same d
voted ness to one aim the promotion of
power in one central head, or Ci'hcral of the
Order seem to establish tho fact that the
Spaniard was a pupil of the Svrian.
The Old Man of the Mountains, as he was
called iu the language of the due, or the
Prince of the Assassins, it will be remembered
by tho readers of history, reigned over uboul
thirty villages or towns hunt on the southern
declivity of Mount Li by tins. I!a prot'cRsctl
some respect fur the Gospel, although of the
aect ol All, who contended lor the succession
as tho true followers of Muhoinet ' The reli
gious orders of Templars and Hospitallers
were held in great respect by him, because of
Ins tear ul them. According to .Mr. Jourdain,
he reiirned onlv bv murder and the most
horrible crimes. The Jesuits are 'ess violent,
especially in modern times, In carrying out
the orders of their (Jem-nil; but the points of
resemblance are striking, tuodilicd only to
suit the improved intelligence and civilization
ol tho world. ,
A New Motive Povt-cn.-The Boston Jour.
nal says: "A beautiful kitu of large dimen
sions, wns launched into the upper regions,
on Friday evening, by some of the gentlemen
resident at Bitvin Hdl,and,ns it SHilcd proud
ly through (hu vast expanse of blue, gave
such indications of strength that n large cov
ered wagon, with two Indies and one gentle
man inside! was attached to the string, nnd
drawn some hundred rods with speed which
almost rivalled the railway train closo bv. It
was a novel sight to witness tho vehicle, with
its' living freight, borne alonrr by a slender
string, with its paper horse high above, wav
iug a tail of uncohiiiion length, and looking
down upon the gazing crowd of spectators
like a thing of life. Who will start a kitu
railway I j The experiment has been fairly
tried. ,, ' , ,. , ,
Jff- A dispatch from Salem, N. J., dated
tKe 14th instant, savs; . - ,. ..
"Charles H. Brown, of. Philadelphia was
found in Salem vreek -yesterday, with his
throat cut and three maiks of violence on his
person. It was thought that he had been
murdered and thrown overborn d from the
steamboat Miantonnmi while on an excursion
on Tuesday last.1 No trace has been discov
ered of the murderers. Tho body has been
sent to Philadelphia.'' ,.' .. .
Another dispatch from Philadelphia, dated
the 15th instant, says: ",
"About thirty workmen in the navv vnrd at
this port have been arrested as witnusses of
the murder of Brown, at Salem, N. J." ''
One op this Boys. A few days ago a
youngster, some six or seven years ot ago
stepped into Dr. Fred. Brown's store and
asked Dr. Withingtoti for a first rate ciynr.
'Do you smoke, Tommy?' inquired tho Doc
Now and then, was the reply. .
Folks nil well, Tommy? . ! '
So so-ish pretty comfortnble. i
1 snv your mother the other day; sho wns
dressed in deep mourning, i Who is that for,
Why, you know thnt father has been very
nick? ' ' ' '
Yes; bnt bless me! he nint dead, is he?
Dead? No! he's got noarly well and moth
er wns so disappointed she put on mourning,
nnd says sho is woaring' it fir nn aunt ol
mine who died some time ago; but you ami
nudersland it Doctor; Hints all In a pig s
eye. loll ooii l wani . 10 siep over n
Young's and i sten the alimentary do you!
Well, Frank Goell's a perfect
guess I'll go und sue him.
Rev. Samurl IIaku Oho of tho nnti-
Amorieim ciimlidalcs in Louisiana, s.,id in n
speech: 1 , -
"Some had said that tho Democratic parly
was dead. This is not so It was like old
brass; the more it wns rubbed the brighter it
became." ' . , - ,
Upon whicJi the Cruolo remarks:
"Tho Doctor might have discovered other
resemblances between tho ' Democracy and
old brns" if he had felt disposed to pursue
the subject. Like brass, it is not n pure met
al, but nn nlloy of n base character. I.iko
brims, it. possesses little marketable value,
and n large f ortion of the compound is rank
Tiir Pope Unlike Peter. In n recent
accident which threatened tho I'ope tile, it
is said that his first thought was to implore
the protection of the Immactilato Virgin, aiid
that he erivd oiit,"0 Immaculate Virgin, save
us!" l'eter, whom thu papists ulalni as tho
first popo, when he began to sink as Jie
. ' . .a a 1 t - T. .. . i Ul Ami
ivslkod on ll0 Wilier, crietj 10 ycsiu, uui,
w me. . ,
rST"Aectirditig to the latest ncconnls from
Norfolk, tha tictnal Interments slnco the com.
mencemcnt of tfio yellow fever, reach 1,057,
nnd allowing for others, not recorded, the to.
tal U supposed to be J ,000, ,.
: Euxjuest and TuoE. The London (Eng
land) Advertiser, speaking of the United
States and Great Britnin,' uses the followinjr
Contemplate England, groaning with taxa
tion and struggling in a sanguinary wa; with
her trade d cranked, her poput.ieu disotiiiteut
ed, her ifoveniiiient the e.irniiit machine of
an oligarchy, and her r"Voinii squandered
for she knows not wh it; and contract her
with America the America that British Cab
inet Ministers treat with so much indifference
whose statesmen are cultivating the arts of
peace, and whose commerce Is e.itherin-jf n
golden harvest to the nation. -She it i-. ill ,t
stands boldly forward in l,er civil greatness;
sho it is that presents a striking contrast to
the military despotism of Km ope; she it is
that, with her thousand miles of ungarded
coast, her unwalled uities. Ilea meagre nuvy,
combines within herself the elements neces
sary to u great military nutiou. Peace ruigns
at her fireside; her thrown is not in mourning.
iter legislators are devising means to relieve
her overflowing treasury, her trade is virror-
ou, hur people are increasing beyond compar
ison in wealth,- her government is nt least
cheap and useful. Would that wo could say
the mime! huy.1 .nd spends hor bloud nad
treasure in lighting the battles of until uikful
neighbors. America lights only her own
battles she fights them quick and well.
Bu Gentle to vuub Ciiilijren. Some
one whose heart runs over with the milk of
human kindness thus eloquently discourses:
Bo ever gen lie to the children God has
given you. Watch them constantly, reprove
them earnestly, but not in linger. In the
hinguag - of Scripture, "be not bitter against
them." Never scald them. Scolding never
did any body good. " It hurls the chilj; it
hurts the parent; it is evil and only evil, every
where and always. I once heard a kind
lather say, "I never heal my boys. I talk to
them seriously and tearfully.but I do not like
to beat them.- The world will beat them
badly enough by.and-by." Yes, there is not
one child in the circle around your table,
healthy and happy as they look now, on whoso
head, if long spared, the storm will not heat,
Adversity tuny wither tlicni, sickness may;
waste theiu,a cold world will frown on them,
but amidst nlf let memory enrry them buck to
a home where a law if kindness reigned;
where the mother s reproving eve was mois
tened with a tear,' and thu lather frowned
tuoie in sorrow than iu anger.
It ti.kts u father s or a mother s heart to
feel w hat is here said, and to follow out
thought all its suggc.stivciteMS. ,
i-if A Reverend gentleman in New York,
a few Sundays since, eeeint; n poor woman
tottering up one of the aisles of the church
waiting in vain for some one of the congre
gation to offer her n seat, paused in his ser
mon, desceuded from the pulpit, showed her
into his own pew, and quietly returned to his
desk again. , - ' .
frff?" Here is a capital mm, which some
body tells ' ,
The finest idea of a thunder storm extant
is when Vi''gins came home tight. Now
Wiggins is a teacher, aud had been to tem
perance meeting, and drunk too much leimni-'
ado or something. Ho came into the room
among his wife and daughters, and just then
lie tumbled over the cradle, aud Jell wimp on
the floor. After while he rose and said:
"Wife, are you hurt?"
"No." . -"Girls,
are you hurt?"
"Terrible clap, wasn't it ?"
Sr. Louis, Sept. St
Gen. Harney had n great baltlo with the
party of Sioux Indians that murdered Lieut.
Gratlun's party and Mail party . some limu
since... Routed them completely, talcing their
camp fixtures, 50 horses, and a largo amount
of porch-ions, and capturing filly women and
children. .Eighty' to one hundred Indians
were killed; American loss six killed and sir.
wouuded. Harney's tactics are said to be ex
cellent. Indians fought well. The war has
UtT The first physician of the lute King
of Saxonv, has published n preventative, for
the cholera, which proves useful. ". It lacks
Ilin, and therefore may be nnintel!ii.'ib'o to
our Hippocrates, but its plain Knglish cannot
harm Ihe people, Htlro it in; 20 parts 'of
sVi-mitli, 5 parts of cleanliness, M purls of
morality, 1 part of activity, 3 parts of good
slopp, 10 parts pure air, and 4.6 part tiiin
quility' of mind. . TheSe hundred form the
groat anti-cholera panacea. .' '.,' .
California is getting to be as civilized and
as christianized as tho older States of the
Union. There are furt-ciglit Protestant
Chnndies in the Ktate.nnd Lynch Ln IB
going almost entirely out of faslTion '
Beef Cattu-: in New Vohk; About
4.500 beef cattlo arrived at New York last
work, and on Wednesday i,D00 wero offered
for sale, when prices further declined. Trices,
it is said, did not average 9 ccnlper lb. This,
the Tribune, says, is a variation of about six
cents a pound from tho highest market' day
of last spring, and mnkes a difference in the
cost of beef for one hotel in that citv ot ft
j.1,000 a w eek, and n very Inrge difference in
the expenses of all meat eating families.
!-ftf""Tli Genesee powdor mills, situated
Rriohtnn, live miles hnstoflho city, blew
up between sx and seven o'elock Inst eronlng
with a terriHc explosion, shaking the earth
or miles nroilinl. - Wo n'o happy to state
that no lives wero lost. Rnchnter Union.
Better that we should err in fiction thnn
wholly refuse to perform. The storm is much
belter limn the calm, as it declares tho pres.
enco of ii living principle. Stagnation is
sometimes worse than denlh. It is eoirup-tit-ii
Punishku Kon Tkstiptino tiik TkVwi. A re
spectable and intelligent Irish woman in Port
land has -reeently een expelled from the
Cnthnlio church, for testifying in court in fa
vor of a l rotesiaiit and against an Irish wo
loan. . ' , .
JijstSo. A letter from Newport, Ky., to
the Cleveland Herald. i very decided anti
Aniericnn roper, .says tlmt "foreigners here
are in a great dilemma no far as the ejoeliou
is ooncei ned. They (the foreiirnrrs) ns a gen
eral thing nie aoainut SLAVIIUY, nnd are
Domocrnts-in -polities; but Kentucky Detno
crats ore all pro-slavery men, so the foreign
ers cannot votc'for them on the wore of sen
timent." This loiter was written anterior to
the late elections in Kentucky. We commend
its statement that the foreigner as u gener
al Ihing are oppasod to a'ttvoiy to th eou
sideriUionof the Sout h. ; '' Jl
IIAHDID AT Kfi' '
ttlT IVe are iilliorled to announce Col. Jab. Ha-arr,
of polk coiiiiit. (formerly of NcMInn,) a nndldwe
for ltrlrailler Oetwral Sth IWifade Tcnnwe Ml ilia.
The Hi KitilH la rompoaed i'f lh couulle of Itoanc,
Monroe, McMinn, Polk, anil Uradley. . ... -
DTspepl nrl Vndl:.-llon.-Th"oirret
cuuiitea of uiir people cannot be too well umleMtoon,
or the nieaita of averting or ourinir Ihem loo lilhly ap
prectated. Tho peraoti who ilieoi-eii any uieiinii or
cure or alleviation oonfera a heni Utusii hi fe.lown,
and ia decrvli.i of honor. Thi. denlraWc r..in.,iiniua
linn h.n been achieved, and not only may ily iw !-"
cured, but it may N prevented, by ,hVl i?k,i.
(lermas lHltrr.." pr. nnred by Dr. U. M. Jark.on, Ph la
del0il, wl.lcli nieiliciua.ia upok.n of In Unni of the
lilglKa comnwniUiion by llinunaod who Imvs t'tea
.."...i.i. . 1,1. Imincilnilll In Its ntilM,
an pom..'e the vnliial.le prop-r-y 1";t'ro1," 'h;
...I..... m...ll r..atorbtt Ibo henl'h of
health of lha robust, as well as
ilisajck. tc advertisement
;rrnt Itlein; la Ihf- trfirrrrl. Dr.
M'l.au, tfie iiivnlor of U. celi-t.rate'l l.i,r
ui .1 ihee pilM far e-n! y in in hit prarlii e, htfore
lie eou'.l u luililctil Mi uir ui.:ui to lb- puhiic in JU'-h j
lunutirr ;n t.i m.-:litf t!u-n Laowu tSrooir'tout the eouu- j
try. Thi hurtie I p'jyi-lrian felt the iw rvpnirmm,-. I
lh:lt all hiifa-UPJi.k- 1 nu n of t-it-iir f.-,. jn rhtcrllll the 1
..Kin:-. r--- Tt.iiniir- woo iliru-le I
Utir iuc'le.-4 'lo-itruuii U(..ii the publu-, .-jpd re!v upon a !
-j . ... " . .. ...... . ..u. . tu.-r j. Howev
er, of the rent value of llie Liver I'llU, inil-ienc-d
krllie pialn diitatca of duty, tl,. UKtor finally fncri-
ned hla dlu-iite fetluift on the alinr of public (food.
II is Rrv-at uifilirine hit nl iliaj miiitc-1 the eKp..-i-tti-liniH
of the umiHVal priiotlliouere. at who in dlaui-e ha
W;ia liiiluced to foreuo liia iiH-linruiona. Froin eveiv
quarter do we bear Hie in st r itirj iiijr trr-jnl of Iti
woii,.rrJl curative effects the Eii-t and the W...I, the
Xnrth and the Sooth, nr- .-illke Inili-n with "tiding of
rreat Joy" from the nlHI-ted. These wunderrttt'lVlt
liure eoniplet"!y eon.piered the (freut acour of Ameri
ca, the Liver Oinplniiit.
furrii.-n-rn will l- earefut to a 'k for Or. .V'l-'
.' r,it. J Lifrr nil', ani t:,fce n.;ie At. There are
other p-jrportln: ti he l.lver I'ill-i, nnv Itf f-re lh
puhlir. 1P. l'l.une'.i Liver P;il?, a. his Cjichr iteit
erniirujre, on r.ow ne n;i.t nt all reieclalle Drue;
stores in Die I im-.-n 'lairn nun t.:init(1a.
For iiule hy P. II. Kiitni t Co., Allien-; J. A. t C. W
CorriN, MdionvHle; and hy one Aent In erery tewn
III TellOrsaee. sept 21)
AnntrsTi, .S. pt. ?t.
Ilorewilli Ond jtatemenlef our I'rndure market, which
will he found to have h:id a lew nV.rhl chance einee mv
lam report. The prices of Wiiiut nnd IIaois have heeii
lnot ullected, and Ihe "torlt of the lonuer is excedinv'ly
liilit and worth tjl.ta 6T and the latter, hoi round
ISc; lioinn l:l' id 14c for ehtilce; aides lo?4' Gfy 14,lc;
houhlem Vt'i & I-""' I'l i 14c. lin ron foot
4V Gb .. I'oaa 7 Si. Wool Is tft xtiff. Day llinrs
1 1 H H IJVe- Cims ift (Hi Sue f.,r n!,l and 6 l ISA Too for
ii-w. Mkii. si(To !l;ic. Ilui .Iu Due. Fuich 7..M) ,
s bhl. and aainerateln s.trk-i. Ht.k?k I'kasmi ffr. Hue.
Wbits IIkas '.'. Ilr 1.'J5 1,VI. Urs ff.!f
Fkatiikrd sa a oc. IIrihi I'mt-HKS, peeled, i.jn t 1
f bjh; unp.-eled (I, S3 lit l.'.'i. llulKn Apfi.kh, peeled
1 1 (ft 1 (i kkkv Aipi-:- 1 Ci -i V IiiikIi, aa to qualiiy,
and our mniket quite h;ire. Pfcica llliAXJir, M:re,
1.M Ci tl.'-r, Apple.lo. 7.V(al.- Hkkswu f t & SSo.
IUttkii very scarce nt Hl-'l -V. Km; IS a20j.
Kxciianuk on the North H ecnt. premium.
Voura, very truly, ...
' J. A. ANSI.P.r,
0ilnJim and Pi iuluce MerrhunU
Ail.isri, X pt. II.
i We were prevented sending you our commercial let
tcr the pint week hy cireuunilioiccs luiavoidtibie. Our
tn;irket bun andeiirnue Uiuu-i cli:in?3 since our la.t.
'J he stuck of Hai-oh U q;:ile liifht ire quote hoir ronrul
Ii J 1"i(", "ides 1SV a He; rhouldeni lfl' 11c;
lunii 1'J 12Vc, only uioder-ite deununl. I.inii hich
and iicuree. lIi rTi:B,, Tenneiee, in cans 15 fo ISc tor
rl.nice. Cons Da CO "lie f le.i. Cists Me. 7i) Sdc.
. Mil H, eoo I Hupei nite, T f5 I r.il. w HHT, 1TI HIICK.
1 1 . n 1 ,r. O ITS !J-'i fill Hi 'i'c j hu. Utk, nultalile for
need, si, in a i,l!il. i jick, lined rcacl.ei aud AnWl
Pienty.- r aATin.iu o.ni. m jo.
EXLiusuK ieht drafts on Xew York aTc; Augusta,
Vliarictou una aavmiuun s p cent, prcia
- ! SEIOO 1 AT1POTT,
General Omwiiution Mt rebuilt.
Nf v Fall ftcd Winter Goods !
TT AM now receiving uiy strak of Fall nut Winter
H tlooils, and would rcspecMully request my old cus
toiners mid the public generully to give me a cull, us I
feel confident it wul be to their intertt.
ept , GKO. W. P.OliS.
'pniiAd'O. Just received, a One lot of Ihe very
I best brands of Vlrginiii Tobacco, w-Iiieh will be sold
cheap, by IseptliiJ UUU. W. KOS.-t.
CJ-.tlr! S-II,'!'! dOIKI lbs Ashlnns, extra fine, fur
i", tuhieusej aunj mi lurk's i.4iami, lotniekiing.
UtiO. IV. UUS3.
IE" WISH to buy several thousand Liitbs, for wljic'u the
JS. cash wa! be paid on delivery.
CAM. t. IVISS.
tl.i. persons who have not paid their Taxes for the
year Isftfi, must do BO Immediately, If they wish to
avoid cost. THUS). KIKPIIKNS,
lept . IW '''"""!'"''"''.
ii. E. UODSON,
OKFKIJH his services to the citizens of Alliens and
vicinity. He is premrcil to attend to any culls iu
tliellne of Ins' profelon, aud Hatters himself that his
work will sive satisfaction.
tSf" Kooina at Uie Athens Hole!. sept 2-tf-Wil!
35irola. Arrivals at tlxo
V A IS I t) T I M !"
s h: o n nr
1'XVITiiS lha altention of the pnlilie to hit
newly arrived etock of OooJa, feeiinv snlie-
hi'il they ftirpasg anvliiun; lliat has been ex
hiliiled in thia loittket for "K, the.se many
days. , I t wonia no u cn.l.i.Jsa tasJv to enu
mcrati; una half thoi aitiule', eouaoiiuently
he will name hut few, usHiu-in;; his friend anil
ciiHl.oinui' tlint. they will find at-the " ui id
ties" almost ane ni licle in hi linn that mav
lia called for. fall in, if von want-.
KINKOOLI) UCVKI, J.I-I'lSKaqd 1T.AIX
FINK liOLD JF.WELIty Hi east Tins, Ear
IioUk, Itiaeulois, Finirvr Hino;, Collar- But-
totie, Shirt Slnds, Sleeve Huttoiis C'ull'. IMhs,
lolj Chitliis,; cut Chains, (iiiiu-d Chain, l.n
dies Chalaliiie Chains and l ias, I'encila, Pens.'
ana Cases, 1 iw ami duard Key a. . '
. Coral Necklace. - - , . . ... . . .
SIIOKSA.NI) BOOT Ladies Fine Blank
and Fancy colored (iailers; Misses line (! ni
ters, lthtclv nml I-niiey colors; Misses! Kid,
(iunt and l alf lioote; Men s Calf and Ki
Shoes; ilea s; Waler-proo, Calf and Kip
linnls; l!"ye lxiots and Mioo of all kiiidH,
FinsTohaecp, Citrai 9uid c-nnir.
t'o!l'8 lino Repeiuintf l'istols: Allen's 'lie-
Vol villi! nnu nell-codklild Killo Pistols.
MnsicaJ Boxes; Acoordeuns: Clarionets;
Flutes; Fifes, Ac. "
SOAl'S ANDI'ia iJMKItV.FineShaviiiL'
Cieftins; fine Soppophaue; fine Tiaiisjiarciit
Soaix OolOirnef W rielit a Kxtmcts foe the
hauiiket-cluet; twt vent of Vanilla; Extract of
Lenin"; I.einon llil; ( -inioiinon Oil; Kssence of
Ciniianmn; Jillv W lute; Lyon s. hatliftrion;
Hsir Oil-- ol all Mitels and miulitics.
Candles; Almonds, Raisins: I'iclc!s, A-o.. ttc
All of wliieh. and a hnnand and ono other
articles, will be sold at tho lowest, prices
liiingniaiiie. - .1 Allieus, Sept V
Bank-Ncte List aad Dstecter,
Pu'inxkra Menu-mrmfftlff, tit pTontjrmiiryAlt.
AC per ttimuui, In AdVaiiir,
TIIE work li pritflt'tl on fln irdlte p;iper nnd vtvt typo,
ftni in Hpprniice will be lerond to none in thu
A Southron flank Note U.tl l t?Bt?tit1iI in erprr H'tuX,:
CoimtinK-HtmKo, nml lktilltr Olltof. lft unite in nrt
vimcinjc our ctu.iunni inttirmlH, nnd not permit Nortlwern
men and Nnrtlum IMeotnn to fluctuate nnt nmney
mutter th iy tnnj xtibvrhih wv areiiuiutly fvllovflng
tln ir tlictittioii.
Thu work will he carcftilly revint'd on the iluy of puh
licntion, ami all iinportMiti tlu.-intutl citin g ?, us they
occur, iiotici'd. Kvi ry esiriiou will lie ninde to inke it
a t ot re t ,-iint rvliuMcj, ilik- tolhr Hanker nnrt Merrhtint.
Hotel rroprietoin, Urokc-rj, Auuti'UHit'rn, Comn.ii-Hion
McrWiFtntt., iin.l nthcrB, li'iroiu of tciving tlifir ninnoj
mill liiiriitiuMR nlilc'y uirctilrUol, arc informeti Mint n
lirtiiti-l niuiilier of atlvvrtiirnieiiu will u Inwrtcl.
ju'riitl rati k for sl Vfrtiintf by the yonr, or for ilitirlci
purlortitsinny Ih kimwn byai.plylnioany of my Agent,
or at the ill in AtUntii, Georgia
Kpcclim u immlicra U1 b fcut. ou application hy let
All ponitnnnlriitliin fnten1( 1 for the "IVink-Xote Lint
ami iMfrtrr," must he aUJreiged l "Snnvt Eattk
Sot Utr AMtnt'h V. fiAM'liLBWAN.
J AMkH Hnni,KT!K)if, (luiiurHt Afreet. . vpt &-3in
' Tho Scientific American,
l l.l l t VIH VB.tH.
ftrt.KSTll EKO tl .1 IV .V(7 S A H'V PRtZES.
IIK Klcvrntti Annual Volime nf this useful nih!ira
s tirnt roniitn-nei'il on the 17th an of Pcilemh,-r In- t.
The "9 , ienllflc American" Is an -lllstriiti-it I'erloilical,
ilevoteil rhH tljr to the promnlrntion of Information re
lating o the various MeWisnie anil )ht"nic Arts. Indus
trial Manufactures, Aurirnlritre, Patents, Inventions,
Kneluaerlns, Mlllwork, anil all Interests which the light
of irartloal selenee is ralniiated In ailvance,
Id iorts nf U. I'stetils ttrslili-.l uro also puli'Mil .1
every week. IncliKlinK ollkial coiies nf all tha 1'iilenl
Claims, U'KvUier with neweaua inforniatlua uion ttioe-san-ls
nf other suhjerts.- ' '
Th.Coatriliiitors to the Polentlflo Ainerirun are srsnnu
Ilia most eminent Bulcniille ami praollenl men of tlw
times. The Killtorinl IK ialtmi-iit Is unlvi-rs.iMy ac
knonhilKnt to b ooinliittcil with great nhillly. anil to,
he dlstlnanlshert, not only for the excellence anil truth
fulness ol Its ilisousiions, hut for the felirh'Ssni-ss with
which error is fnnthatiit nutt false theories saploiK-il,
MerTntnlcs, InTrutors, Knjrlnerrs, Chemists, sliniifm'
tnrcrs. Airrl'-uUiirUts, ami rasiple of every profession In
life, will Hint the He-lcniillo Amerh-an tu he nf irreat nil-,
tie In their respcrtive onMliifrs. lis counsels aud suir
Kestions will save tlieul liuuilreils of ilollnrs annually,
liesiilis air.inllns them scoiilintiiil source of VnowlcilKe,
the experience of which Is lieyonil pecuniary estlmute,
Tho irttl'jlt' -il ww Is pnlillsluil once s wok;
everv niimbor oontnins elulit larp.- imrfn psg.;s, forming
annually roiupletn snil splemllil volunic, lllndrateil
Willi saveral hinilred oriinal Engravings. , , v . .
Snei linen roph s sent Krai Is. "'
lnuar',inale sulsirrlplloiis 3 s year, nr 1 for, sin
rionihs. Fire copies, for six months, 1 1; for one yenr,
(or furtn.es elub mli-s nns for statement of Hi
fourteen lorfe esh prises, offireil by tha publishers,
seefolnutitte Antrrls-Otl. ,". , , "'
gfiulliern. Western "i1 f iniula money, nt Post Office
Stamps, tnksn st pur for nui-eriiaions.
Utters should ho iIlrceteK (po-t p.ihl) In
MTNN k t'O., I.'n Hilton si., New Vork.
(,...rs lonn On , hsve heen, for wiany rears.
aei'islTelrriisTStl rn proeurlns: tistents for new in
rentlnris, sal will a.tvlss Inveolors. without ehsrpe. In
regard to the novelty of lltctr Impt oTtmestx -rU8
lly A Ht&oritif of th Sfntfi of (Vfuryi'ii.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
lleautilul Si ht inu for Uclvbtr.
To b draws O. i. h-r S4, K'kS, in the city of Atlanta,
when Prize uniouiitbr to
- i a o , o o o
Will be distributed to fnrtuna'te tockh-.lters in aefford
anca with the flowing
t Prlie of tlo.MO
t Pr.ae of $2.un0 are 4." Kl
S d-i &-HI are I..VIII
11 Ho sf.Vt are S.i.'iii
M do llil are I, It II
17 do - 75 are , l.75
4M do M nre. .; S.'."k( ,
M do ?."i are s,u;. f
S ) d 10 arc... i.i)
Sl do ' 5 are s,!
I.aiil prize ajiuuutin to 7;,7n;
o i. 'i' w o i s a -v n p it i z f. n l
OXI.r TiX TUOCS.lSlf XLMBSUS !
CW- Ti.-ken 3 If lives i,:0 Quarters ,JS.
Uue Hnae to evere Ten Tickets.
SA.MLKI. SWA", Acnt and Manager.
April 27-314 , Atlanta, Georgia.
THE subscribers to the Odd Fellows I'e-ialr M,-,.
at Athena, are carue.tlr req.ie.le-l to couie forward
ii'iinedintcly and p-iy up tlieiruh-icTip:ioin. i:r,ct
work ia now completed and the money must be paid.
Bv order of the l.cdge.
septal . JAS. B. TAYLOR, Cvllattng .g,L
'plIR undersii-Tiod has for sole a variety of Cook
SUivea latest aad most approved p;itt'erns. 1'he
csiting-i are beautllul. The y'swVe .Vue .Vi.re and
Aif itci'y arc cast at Cinciiuiati, Ohio, and the wtJk.
rriirr iaeast at the Knoxville Peundry. lie expects to
have, in a short tune, some neauttmi nre Moves for
lieaataig rooms. Ail who wish hi purcnase a cheap nnd
K'"l iiriieic in wns nr uoe, niu uu wen 10 CUU and
examine fur themselves before pureha-ing i-Nrwhere.
Athens, Sept Sl-lf-:UiS J. W. KI..U KWLLL.
Land for Sale.
Villintu Q. Miller, 1t his Uuurdian, Thomas
. Jiillor, .
. re. 1
William II. Hunter, and the other lieirs of
Samuel I hill tcr, deceased,
J'rlition to Sell Land. J
TN o'lsdicnre to an interlocutory dooree and
order.of the Worshipful County Court of
Mets county, Tcnp.53re, at its Scjitt'iiilipr
Session, I Su5, I will proceed to go upen the
premises and sell to the hitrhest hijder, for
ca-h, all tho undivided interest which the
said William II. .Miller has in and to all the
Lands of which said Samuel Hunter, died
seized and possessed in said conntf. A credit
of twelve months will he oiyen upon all ox
cent- tho sum of tvixtr dollars, which must he
paid down, and note, and l'oo I security will
Lc required and a lien retained for I lie residue
id the unpaid pttrc!ine inoiirv.
- - JAMES A. HOUSF.U, Clerk.
Kept 14, 1855-41 l'rs fee 4 Slit
- i liHiii i-rjr iourl at ntudlsout ills.
SKi-raviiKR UitLKis, 185.1.
Ilenrv Mayes and M. C. Parker,
..... . , . 1
T. AV. Kin?; and W. V. t It. II. I.illard.
I)II.I.chttri'es that defendant K. W.King
y resides in the Statu f Virginia, puldicn
lioii is lh"rc l'ore ordered lo he made for four
successive weeks in the Athens Post, leijuirimr
said noii-rpsidont defendant to appear at the
next term of said Court, at the Court-house
iu Mudiiiiiiville, on tho 1st Monday of De
cciiilicr next, and answer said complainants'
hill, or the same will lie taken as confessed
and heard accordingly.
J. A. COFFIN', C. dr Jf.
S.'J.t 14, 1855-lt Pi s fee 3 801
John M. C. Wear, '
Francis Mcdinvnn and .fames Mcflownn,
T N th'scasepuhliciition is ordered tohe made
I for four snoeessivfl Weeks in Ihe Athens
Post, requiring defendant James MrUowan,
who has gone to parts unknown, to appear at
next term of said Chancery Court, to he held
at the Cuin-t-lioiise in Madisonville, ou tho 1st
Monday of December next, aud answer com
plaiiiuut's bill, or the same will lie set for
lieariii! rx parte us th him and hoard avcoi-d-intfly
J. A. CO I 'FIX, C. b At.
tiept 14, 1S55-M I'rs fee ' . S4
Louisa SUi-gder, ....
Daniel J, Shrndcr. - .
TT appenriiit? fi-otu tlw amended bill of eom-
Jl plainant (in wliich a divoive is pi ayed for.)
t Ui b dvfcndaiit, Daniel J. iirsder, lias 10
nio'vcd to parts unknown, publication is or
dered to be uiiide for four successive weeks
in the AtlieiiiPosls requiring said non reoidciit
dcreuilaut lo niuke his peitonul uppeiti'itlice
at the next term of said Chancery Court, to
lie held at the Court-house in Madisonville,
oh the 1st Monday of iecciuber next, and
answer said ameuded bill or the samu will ho
eet for hearing and heard ex parte.
' , J. A. VUJ'i J', J. Jf..
Sept 11, lS55-4t Pis fee 3 804
(T AUTIIOIiriT OK THE STATE OP ALABAMA.)
SO UTKEitN M ILiT.l ft Y .1 IDEM
' uottory '
breud ticUciue (or October.
CLASS V. ,
To he drawn October Dili, KVi, In the. citjr of Mont-
gonicry, when i'riu-s uuiouutiug lo ,
. a a o . o o o
Willb.f distributed Secordini to the following Marniil-
rent Scheme ! And ri-liieiulK-r every Prise drswn at each
Ui-awiii", aud paid when due without discount I ,
rum... 3........ a... ...;.1...lf,00()
, ; i. 6,0.1.1
, .....s S.l'
, -, ijMio
' ..... , 1.1. )
' 5 of ,lli) ' !,'"
Alt all W prl7,,- ainountiiiE to ,. IVVHiO
UN 1.1 A.V J iJIJiSA A it A L M iJliCA t
Tickets s Unit es and Quarters In proiHirlloo,
llillsnu all'solvent Hanks tnken at par.
Alloiinuniinicstions strletlv eotilideulial.
HAMt'KI. tiWAN, Axelit and M insei r,
Jttlj 13, IM tf-KAS Moulftumery, Ala,
Plotioo to Frolglitors,
Jlat ouo; Wrv,(ci D,o;(ie(irsiii It. Itoti'N.
w , . . atukti, eepl. I, ISisV
IMF. Hates of Freight from and after the tilth Inst.,'
L from Allnntu to Bavaurtah, aud from Atlauia to
Charleston, will be . . . - . , ; : .
U11 Mlient..., , 211 eta $ h.11
Corn I "
outs u -
Barrels Hour, V car..aa.. "
Sunerinhna'ent ITtuon it H'.sf in Itnil llMiii.
ssptT-fit ' . Superintendent lleorgia liuil Koi'd.
Ben, D, Thompson,
- Clcc land, Venn. ; -
.". Dealer In ,
DniRS, itlrdiciiics d ChrmiralN,
Dye-Woods and I)y-iiri',iil, I'alntsand PnliiUrs'
' Articles, Varui.ihes,
Wlnttnw 4.!it-si ami 1'iiily, (i1usisiwarrs
B.'ltKNOII, Knlih and Amerlann P.-rfUiiiery, Fine
M. Tollrt and Mint Vina roaps, II11S Hair and Tooth
hntslies. I'uiiil IJrushes.tjnrtciiliind llei.tul lustruni'-iits.
Trusses nn.l riitpportcrs or nil kinds, Hpiecs, HiniiTs, Mnn-iifacturi-il
Ttihaeen, all ll 1'nteiit or I'roprletsry Mi d.
clues of the d iy, superior Inks, Pure Vines and llniu.
dies -for m.'dl.-i'iiil pnrposes, Kstraets and Flavors,
clioiee ToiU-t and Fanry Articles, e.
I r.ioke nir tinrcliii.cs for cash, nnd offer iroods eousllr
as low as'lhey run he iihtniii'-ti from any sindlsr estsh.
IMnnent in lids section- irraut-u u lie vs, vitre.
unil irmuhir. Orders from the country promptly Jill. d,
uui1 satllactiun guarantied with regard both lo price
J Itr- pii.v-.icmn" i-rescripinns ami r tmiiy iieeipes
will receive the urentcst cars anil altention in their
compounding, at all hours. ,.A sept 7-ly-Uti.i
anoom XL 1 aa "ra.
- - - Aciit sTA, Urn., fn-1114, KM.
sr.V II1IIIS. good and prime rumsr :
(J 4.P JOO barrels Sloan's Cl.irilledKuirar;
jiio paeKiiges I.OMI, urusnru unu rcwdered eugar;
A4I( iisgs fsir, prime, and choice- Coffee:
1(l) mills Java Coffee i '
I.IOO kein Nail, nil sites; ' -
4,OI)0 sacks Hull; .- .
" MM h igs Illicit and Crop SUol)
8,000 Vis Hsr l.esil; ' . -
r() hlirfs Cuba Motssses;-- m
7 barrul iitiiai-i's n-igiir-ITnitse dvrun:
' 2.U) boXls and kegs Tobacco, every 4unl(l.r J
l) chests Hyson, linnerlnl and illaea Tcii;v
JJO.OOO iaulsh ati'l Herman Cigars; -
il.Miboxrs Adsiiuiiitiu. and Hh.-iii Caudles;
2O0 boxes liar and Fancv Bomb ; s ,-s. 4
KM) kegs sup. curb. Soda; ,
. A largo slock of Manilla Bonn, g- fo inch; BcJl
Cord aud l'low I.iuesi Painted Vails; Unjoins) Clinriit;
Tubs; ili-ns Uoitnd Tails; Half Uii.-ki-ls; Hplciis; Pepper;
(linger; Cassi; ltidiui Illue Vitriol; Copperas; Peirder
In kegs and cans; Pii kel-; Cheese; limit r and sodt ths
euits, SiOn U't sale. Uussloek (liipiors excepted) will al
limes lie one or tht largest In llil. iitarket. .
Onlers from ssir Sriciids will command prompt atten
tion. Coaslgniusnls u( t'roduoe are se'i: ite.l. b .
DAKKIl, WHIIillT A fU..
fin sirs Burn, UiU iltr, U'ilann tb Co. .
Suk'.: wi'S, ' n; tV fevl T-tf -H
r lII n jioln-ci itwe I - tiinT receiviii,; new t.
I J. -'icn pf SI.VXl'HV !'! ANi-Sf,,.m t,e
ol l. t ni.iiiiii'imloii.-s ami atleii.eil with crest
i-.ire from inni d I lui'i 't liot:and instrnineriis
ninon which it;- tim new ( 'orrutjnted Suttnl
isy I'wru'a, of U-oirdniaii, (iniy A Co., whi-.h
are rc-eivimr, eo 'iiuch favor Imtli in Aineeiea
and I.'iiim; e. This vultiaMe itoprovement
adds one half more apne to the Sounding
li.-ard, hereby liir-ely in-re-i-inir its pnwer,
prodiiein;; tfie itei- vuhiai. of tone, t"etht-i-wltti
a peculiar distinctiveness ami independ
ence of the note?, nn I nearly npialitiLj the
Ui-ninl l'iauo. AH 1'ianoi warranted.
Also, pieiviii' " Inre aelretinn of Afn!e
C nil. us nad triiii:.
l'iauoi tuueJ lui'i repaii i
II. O. CHOKE.
T A VIM sold one of my farms I am still amicus
3 los' ll IJ.eeii.- o i which 1 live, nine u::ies lou:h of
Aih-ns, on llio i"ck road to Ocor.- i -:j J Arret,
and I'M more niy.Miilnr e in be bouvit. I have Ii ..od
twoyenrold Mules; Horses; and I likely youtigN.tfro
B.it, to sell, all on reasonable terms for ca-h.
Sepl J, jJ-.-ni M. L. i'llll.I.lPS.
Gardner, Shepherd & Co.,
WllOLSSAlS 1'KAt.KUM .V
Shoos. Ihl ittl Mraw (sOol,
Nn.fti Public .-aurc, lUsUlllle, 'lt uu.
m'ATK Invite Ihe ,utc:i:ion of inercliants to the large
9 r and desirable
lull and Winter Slack ol Hoots) anU
Mltoe-s, llulvtup, und lrtiul.-.,
which we are now duity receivii.i;. Th:s stock has been
( carebillv s-lerted in vl. w of tl.c tncn-ased rt .-n-.iind for
ll.sm llmitw; nnd while It will be found ctitiri-lj i-ouiph-le
i ami well adapted to the w.ltits of I lis. triulu, is uiiU;-uul
ly free from Uoods of an inurior qu:iluy.
Muyers In this imirket would i-onult th.-ir Interosts by
prtcinsr our Hoods before mskin-r tlir purehsses.
epl T4iu liAKDNKU, fllKI'IIKKU t CO.
"m TOL'I.O call Uie HtifiUimi of McrcluinU In V.i-rt
Vv Tumie-isuc to our wsuiil Inrgc nt.uk or L)rtnr;,
MiJiiiuun. Pail it 4, oils, I)--, IVrfunuTy, Hoiip-,
Rrusltc!, At. Wv arc imw tuV.y prprf(l for the tall
Tnt'ft, nnl we hope Morcliunt fUltinit our market will
exnitifne our ntm-k and prievs before Imyiu, a a tc ltitvo
oniHual l:u ilitit both for purcliusing mut xel!itiK Ht low
prices, bfiiigcoHtii' til witli IUvii.anp, II w:rm. A HislkT
New York; nml Huii.st, JImikil k Oo., GimrUtou,
9. I1. The following articlr-H wiii uoinprisu puitof our
Itl.llOil It.,'. Hill.; sloue
1,000 IT'S S ilt I'etre:
211)0 Kine Imlieo;
8,ooi ' No. 1 Madder;
Mil) ' t'.xx. Loewood;
l.lllll) " Chip I..,gwoodi
.)()( " I'utlv;
a.(Mif) " 8pnnl.li Prown
6.(100 " Cooklni Sndii;
JI.OOO ' Hulphlir;
SHMI " Brlnistoue;
lll.OOO " W hite Lead;
8,000 " Zinc Paint;
100 ilns. Prey's Yeriniffre:
RlDo , Venetian lted;
4O0 d.u. Cin-lor Oil;
8,(10(1 " do In pap'st
IOO ' lo'oii'sUiilhsriim
2T 1 llrontl Slrc l, ii doors from tllube Hotel.)
iTuot Ilooolvocl '
VM1 fur sale, at the old tiauJ in C'alhouii,
ii lilils. New Orleans Uebuilcd M oVisses,
. 10 i lilils. do. . do. do.
30 Hiil's fine llio CofTee;
1 Sim finis. Cuba Molttsse;
2.i00 Lbs. Urown H-.igars;
. fifliiil " Castinii.;"
innoi) " I!ol!ed Iron all of which will be
sold low by wholesale) or ictuil.
Our Dry Oomlsstock is full nn.1 flue, and as
low down in price as the lowest.
July 6 n. r MAUTIS A SOX
I it H K l T A TKL Y A T TIIK DKPOT,
, rHI Tt'lTlt'l.P.
Alnhania street Allnnlie, Ucnrgin,
ttf A. I.. RKF.Y K H, Proprlffor.
TOCATION rtieht of the ear Shed forpa-senri-rs by
A down train; Lett of the ear shi-d for passengers hjr
up train. Kwf. in, KViS I7-0.VJ
DR. J. L. atij:e,
AtlK-tkH, 3 inn
v'HX trive his entire alti iitloti to the praclii e of
1 ? Slediciue. OlHee Kouth of th llriilne. sun g
P. D. G.iTJX . '
Agricultural Itnptstfut and Jiucklntry
No. 12 Tlros-Iwjy X I-. AV "OlS K.
T?XKTtHLM s Moiriiuj JfitrAhi4t flay V-,
Cot nttfu U-ri ti'.fnr.i-H, Jiirt' Im)rn tnl Thrh
Cumbiuft Tnr?sit mini Win:wwcfnyUinl vUtr Aifl-
(,'itfitfral Ji'ii-hinrti may ts-t,-:M7
"RTO'tTI'i:. All persons Ind.-Mi d to Ihe subscriber
are rcip.vtfullv iiotifled that they must pay on or
before the Mill day of DeceiiiK-r nest. If payment is
delayed beyond tiiat lime tpeele will be re.piin-.l In
every iiisiiitu-o. jo. jiuituin.
M-:Mlim county, Tenu., 8cpt 14, lS.'-id
53 OAXID 1 3NT (Or I
A FFv boarders can be uccnnitnodati-d at Ihe rest
2 as. dence.of the siihierilicr, West end of Athetis. The
iiui.tiou is pleasant aud retired, and convenient to
rorest illll Acadeniy. at-pt 7 - r. K. Kr.r.Dr.K,
f I'HT. lti:Ci:i Vi:il-Flne Brandy; Maderla,
9W Sherry, l'orl, Malaga and Claret Wines, and some
line jsiualea Hum ail strictly for medical purposes.
sept T SI Al. Itl'KMS.
Whoat ' VirAiitod.
n wltK subscriber withes to buy a large quantity of
JL good rVln at, for ahu-h he will pay the highest mar
ketplace. (Athens, Aug. ill, 8. It. KKE'OF.K.
riwo all u bom It mil)' coni erii. 1 hereby
.BX. give nouee tnst no more creiins wtu De extenneil,
and to all who are indebted to me 1 say, come ad liay
up. My debts-tnubt and shall be Ji.vid, and In order lo
uo so 1 must mase u.meciioiis, rt.n. uutiia.
A'lguia m, is'sV-
'prtK F-lH ton-lm) of Mrs. Coolie's Select Belinnl . ill
conimeucifon Mondsy next, .s.-ptemls'r ,8l. It is
desirable thai all the Scholars should he present! so that
Ihe cissies cuu be formed on that day. I Aug lll-tl
VI.AIKiKlot or good Wheat wanted f-.r wblcl) the
highest cash mitrkct price will be paid, by
Julyt) 1. li. K KITH A CO. .
T'Toitroos to Hlro
TT1IVF. likely Negro Men to hire. Knipilre at thi
VOTH'H-All persons Indcbu.l to me, either by
JH Note or Account, are r.-ipicsteil to come furwsrd
nnd make pay'ineiit as t am compelled to have money,
and am determined to wait no lonircr. All debts not
paid by the first day of October will be found in the
hands nf an officer for collection.
. E. RIXPFR.
V4I.I IKI.r. KCIIfMM, HOOKS. lust
received, .a large td nf Uig most approved and
latesW'.lltions, and, for sale by
BKO. T. ROfH.
1n .nn.yts w.sri-:w. f nm
A now paying f 1 per Acre, ang a 0. W. BOSH.
I" AX .tn lVr.-Immy the highest
A cash pries for Land tVai noils. ,
Aug. n-if .oit t.. nnmoFA
,!' W fM'f'M W.sTKr. K().
.ft A IlltOWV, nf Vtn.ltsorivllle. wishes Ki pnrchase Land
Vsrninis, and will glvsthe h!g:st cash price. Augll
M ITSJ VII T. The mirterslgned is receiving
a large nnd handsome tot of Hats, Includiiigmiiny
new styles, such ns "Wide Awske," "Young A-ncric,"
"Hun.irian," Ae. Al.-o, the IVmnit, U-ffhnrn, Fur,
Wn'A and Pnlmtcaf Its'", wlit- h will be sold al I'm lowest
sort of prices. Apis WT Jl. flKYNOIHn, Ucnlon.
Vl:W Tstsi tlnrc Waffon for sale y
Alliens, Juno S - f. K. Ill'.l'.lllid.
CTS f :f',I1 MIII-:M.-Csiidles, Almonds,
J Poeiini, Ornng'-s, Lemons, Ac, Just received nnd
for sale by lipi d 10 ' A, CI.KAUK A CO.
Three ol' Ihesecelehrntcil luhor-savlnir machines
on bnnd and for snlc at inaniilncturers' prh es, by
may II 4 B. 11. Ki.nii:n.
' Fl"lt". I'Wi".-s hushels Shoe peCs just rerelr. d
3 mid for sale. Apl W. n. IIKVNOLIi.-l, Uenton,
9 mid for
rsfXU'.w A HO SSfOKM. If won roll
and i-vaioine oursiotlt whicli we are just eoeninc.
f,-Pt Hs.urii yon win 1.01 icive nrrore bnvmi a tior
of Hoots or Shoes, ror th Ladles, we have the best
Kid. Cnlfand Pat-nl UaUers. For the (lemb.-nien. Kip
and Calf limits; U"" "'"I 0 i'f Wmca.
nny I ; !;r j"" r- 'l"'1.
'HUlltSiini! Toliarfn,-. A Inrite lot nf Ci
J ears and Toli-i.-.ro, (root tl. verr nmilMt low
priced arlielcjustcctlvec-. by W. u 'ltHl NtiLHH,
April u SMfuiotr, lewnesserif
MOIIK f lhal, Jin.
Xoliari o st the Farmers
U. V. MV. F. IslllBDN.
(TlllUlVIVfl TOil A CO, a fln nrilcle. ami
J Hcgars, for sale by ap So A, CLKAUI: A CO.
I As fOII r.U-A goad b.rsdn. Apply
f-niisr. li -J vy. ll;i!N!4.
le want ami must havo moncr. All
X J.'oles and Acgooiits In i
ur lK.sa.ssliS uie te ill. lb.
year ICiliaiistbe p:al iiuusedluli ly, or yit loiy peel
to pay cost, Our ruls is onla lo sill 011 taslve moi.ihs
credit, lUsu J;l uot 1:e nu-priied if you srs su.-.l st any
time. , sugl C. r. T. F. Oib.UN.
l-i lnnU Tcnn.
Si? V,!" ''''1 wives nsili-1 i: t be hes leased this
i?..?.., ;'"'" ' f""1' i"1 ' ,: " " AIKa
,o, .'e,?.,' ":'Vt,'LrV"'" llavtnt bad a
i,? irV!' h' nu-lnees. be ttotter binvclf thai
... si.I L! :,l.le . ,. l,ddev..tvd atlet.lion to It.
.U a Z T'r I"" m"t " l.prebtio. ..
I .s,...r,l ,.h the b, ,t ,! l-ov,.trr,nord..,d every
I J l;L .""k PVl '"""'" "i guest, comtortiil.le.
He mlK-iti n shore of punwai-,. , j.n.goa
T5i: CouiiMon Seliool ComrVuitoM
lor the Htvuf,.! tk-b,.., lli.i.1, . McMinn county
are earnestly r.'icdted to Imnd in th. Ir 11. p.,tts of tl.i
scholastic population. r-ept.UJ Vi. ullOllliK, t.V.v-1-.
ON the Sth iinsl tJi Any of (Vrnhrr next, I will offer
for if my Farm, si mtlfit Nnrth f Atlwii;, eou
t;tinin;r 220 AcrOR, will improroU.
ANo, nil i(1v .-t.t k of i hi tic, l!v,.hvep. Ilnrse; Hmiv
li"l'l aivl K:ti!it i F'trniturr, K.irniimf ('trnsttn, and a
KTvui itutuy mlier Hrti'l ! too trlioUi to mention. TYro.
m.t-le- Lnown on the day of hIo.
Aujr 31, '33-M -:;GJ 'R. f ArLKXElt.
Sale of Valuable Lands.
1)L U.UANT to decree rendered in tha
Chancery Court at Madisonville, st tha
but tcnn, I will, on the 27th day of OctoHcr
next, ut the lata residence of Ou'i-land Smith,
di'ei osnd, in Monroe County, sell to thu high
est bidder, nn n credit of six ami twelve,
months, the I.nd of whioh (!.ii land r-inith,
dc 1, s,ci.i d aud possessed, ill said cotliltv,
subject to the widow's dower.
J. A. Cl'i'FIX, C. i(- At.
Sept 14, lS53-td . rrdtee4 gC-4 ,
To tho Public.
'THE und);rsiirned tnles pleasure In inform
Jl ititf Ihe travelling Cuiiimunitii, that he hns
snes'eeded in fitting up n neat and convenient
lliicV, which ho intends runnino llaily be-tw.-en
SWKLTWATKIJ rirri-Taitd M'AM
iiW.N VILI.E, TICSX. JIvcry kttontion will ha
;iven to render passeneis conifovtable, and
at reasonable charges. The travelling ooui
muiiity will tiud it to their interest to look
this way. ASMIEW 8 DAVIS.
riept 731- ... SC
( liBiircr)' t'ourl nt llailiKouvillc. .
StiTKMBUii l'.i I..S, lijiS. .
John W. I.otspeech,
Alfred I.otspeech aud his wifo, Susan Lot
speech, John Henry, Pi'uncy Ann and Julirt
.NJarv Lutsjieeeh, heirs of 0. M. l.taspecoh
rpilK Hill charges thut all the defendants;
1 re-i.lu in ihe Stale of Iowa; publication
is therefore ordered to be made for four euo
cesdve weeks in tho -'Athens I'ust,' a news
paper printed in tho town of Athens, Telin.,
reipiiiitii; the suid non - resident tlcfcndautsto
make their pei-souul nppearimee at the next
term of said I'hiiueciy I'ourt, to be held nt the
l oiii t House in .Mm'isoii villc, on the 1st Mon
day of December next, nnd anwer complain
ants liill tiled iii;iiiiist tin 111, oV tho snuie will
be set fur lienl-iiig us confessed, and heard ao-CM-.lir.rfly.
J. A. I'tU'l'lN, C. M. -
Sept " It 3CS
'piIK uiidersitrned wishes to dispose of his
1 House and Lot, situated in the west end
of Athens, on Washington Street, whioh be
will sell on reasonable teims The location
is a desirable one for a man with a small
family.. For further information npplv to the
subscriber at the OHice of the Athens. Yost.
Alliens, August IT, ISftfl.
sTvisst Xloooliroci, "
,A MW. Java Coffee;
f)tt -ionn lbs. ltio do.;
200 lbs. Crushed Sui;ar ;
10D " Caracons Indigo; - . .
100 " Star Onndles;
ISO " Dupont'a Itiflc Towder;
f'D " " Wasting do.;
, 12 1 lb. CansTuS'la do.;
2o0 pillons No 1 Ool.don Syiupi '
All of which will bo sold as usual, it' the
very lowest priet-s.
June 8 , - W. G. NORTOX. A CO.
Ocoec Blalc Academy,
- . Ki'iitflis, Tciiu.
fgNIIE Fall Fission of this Institution will eommence
m oil Molilla.V, the Dd duv of hi Member nest. on.
iter the charge or Id-y. J. J MII.lll.IIN, nhtise nbllllles
and eliaractur as a Teacher are so well known Hint the
Trustees deem il unnecessary to n. imp his fume, flellig
a graduate of one of the ttrst Colleges of Kast Tennes
sec, he Is competent to ti-ucli the pupils science anil
laiiguMtf , and lu conduct the School with propriety, ever
ready to guide, morally as well as mentally. Parents
and guardians tuny patronise Ocoee Academy with as
surance. Tlw location Is healthy and pleasaut.
Term nf Tuition, fer H-lon of SO tree-.'
Firs Class .5,00
i',",' 1 " . H.ntl
T'i"1 ," -, ... 111,00
No estra charges. Hoard can behsd In prlvnto rami
lies nu rery reasonable terms. Those who pay In ad
vance ran have a rcascnitbls deduction from the regu
lar rales of tuition. . By order of the Board.
" IU W. U. Ki;VNOLD,jsc.
Nov Spring & Summer Goods.
OZjUAaB tdb OO.
4 KB now receiviiio; nnd opening a Trr
IX. laioc and well selected stoek of Sl'IUNO
AND SL.MMEK (iOOf)S, toBhioh they r
speetfnlly invite the attention of eiistomera.
Their stoek consists in part of LAMlW
1KI':H!4(K0IS KerBsesrisBuei, OriraodieB,
I'rinted Jaeoneta, Urilliantes, Lawns, Challsa,
Muslins, I'lain and t'aney Silks, Bonnet Bib
hoiis; Knglish and French TrintB of esry
style; Curtain I'i inte. Irish Linens, Lines
'npkiN.i. Damask Table Linen, Toweling, 4.
Cotlotia.los, Sntinetts, Tweeds, de. ' -
AJso, Fancy Ooods, JVrte Mnnnnies, Card
C'es, TVnth Li ushcs, Cioth and Hair Brush
es, India Hub her IVcniinf;' nnd I'ufT Cvmba,
Culms. Fi ahini; Lines, Masons Lines, IVrens-
sion t ups, Mnt.-h lioxcs, I'crfiimery,
I'xlrncts, I'mniide, iJandnlino, Olephaae, Rob
erts l Tin lie, Blunt t-bavingPoap, Variega
ted Iialls, Ac. r
Also, Uoiinets, lints, Floote and Phoes, tit.
Kcther with every VBiinly of HI'.ADY .MAfR
1 1 1 iTrr 1 vi'. 11. .Ia v
of which -will be
" "i asm e, v'leruswsre, ce.. Mil
soul unusually low. (lire
April 20-tf-48 .
tin-in a cull
Ttn Diiyj Later from (he East I
Hy the lust arrival of the Htenmer Phanghaie
W. OV. HOnTON rt Oo.
HAVK received a very larf?e, well leleeted
and KST1RB NF.VV STOCK of
Siprlnv mid Snnimsr Uoodsi.
Their stock consists in part of a splendied as
snrtment of Pry floods, such as Urowa and
I. lack lloiticstius.Tickitif's, Ii ills, Cottoftsdes,
Kentucky' .'cans. Fancy nnd Black Doeskin
CnstimoTcs, French Cloths, I'.lsek Hntrn aad
Fancy Silk Vesting Pongee Iblki's, Linen do.,
York f'anil.lets, Lrown Linen, Irish Linen.
Linen Duck, Hemp rill, Urown Holland,
I'lain and fluid .inc.. nets, Swiss Muslin, Hlack
and Fancy X'resa Sillis, Ijnrnires, Lawns, Cain
luics, Italian Cloths, Driiii de Lies, Coat
in?, SmiiiilcFS lilies, n Knod stock of Silk Owids,
l;il.hin. lirilliimls, Ciape Liesse, Ulaek Hilk
Luce, Fiiti'.'.', Whild IJobifis, Hilifin(ra and,
lusertinv-s, Ladies Needle-worked t'ollnrs and
Spenocrs, Linlcrsleflfcs, lilack Silk Veils, Cra
vat, ft very inrire stoak of rrints of every
puce ami liu'iiie, to. Fancy and Gennsn
tioods, .Soaps, Knii-lies, Crinile, C'olpf;ns, Oil,
Combs of eveiT vuriety, Needles, 1'ina, l'orl
.mimes, i.i-ar t uses, lova, tar Kuips, Jlrrask
Fins, Fob Chains," Violins and Strinpi, Hub
pctiders, linttons, Knror Strops. IlosierT,
tllnves, Neck Ti.-s,. 0V0. Also, a ttv larire
stock of Luna and Silk Jionncls, Misses Flats,
Hats foi l -olraiy" floods, A very superior
slock of Boots nnd Shoes, tofrntJier wilb Car
pet Jims, SatchnK Hooks and Stationery,
I'l.il.reilus and -i'arsxils, (Works, Hardware
and Ontlciy, I'oeket Knives Irotu 80 ots. to
Seissori.-I'nps, I'istols, ItoTolvers, Mnsont'
Trowels; Ilntchcts, Aiit'iirs, Axes, Jlocs, rruo
Clhniiis, and a lh.iiinil ol hen things. Thy
also have- 11 very siiperiops-toek of Spring and
Summer ('Inlliiiif, lo- rf.ncn. ., (iiuss aiitl
(JlHietlMWBIrt.'ll'O., t e. . '
Wo can not DutoCrate half Ihe Goods' nn
h ind, but would rrspsetfnlly invite all our
1. Id fi iort.le (and we diitt't euro Invmsny pr
one,) to rjivn us a call and ixainiiie our
stock, and leuvw Ihe b.ilnitee to ns, for we eun
convince you that if it to yiulr int.nre't tu
buy our tioods. AV. (i. UuUTO-N C'().
April 15, 18 tf m