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We find the f.illo.vin article in re:,':irJ to
Queen Victoria' recent visit to Louis Najxi
Jeon, at I'aria,iii tlio New Oil.nns I'ic.-iyuiii :
Tlio Cumicin xeniletta is lif :r!y :ioc-i .tn pi
ed, for the iiuinili.aion of Kr-'l;.ml approach
ed it coiiHiiiiiiiiutioii when Queen Wtori.i
stood reverentially before Ihe tomb of her
country' mortal enemy in tlio wicrj lon-ii
liylit wliich Dickered .-ilono tlio walls ol the
ihvnlidc. fcilie stood there :w tile ilcpcniler.t
of kit nephew a suppliant to the mercy of
tlio Napoleonic raw, wliicli know no Mercy
for its foe a Queen in name. 1m side uu Kin
peror in f if!. lal tlie ttpirit of Sir Hudson
Lowu ItOVer nroimd the m-oii"? Did tile lau'li
of the "old .' inl," which, nccoriii:!.' to tin
Herman leg ml, attend.-, tin- iib:lit!y ti views
of le petit eurjMral on Ihe die rv sh. no of
St. Helena, mi:; xoiriil'lllly thr..ujh the
aomliru wulUT No; it was hut fancy, l.ul
the vengeance of the Nipoleoim was a re
The visit of (JitiTti Victoria to l'liris v.;h
little more than a conqueror's pa'niut, in
which hu iicted tin- iarl uf a ililiiiulied
filjitive, which could not ho endured by her
for a moment, if a single iliop ol' liiindicca'n
blood remained in tlio Veins of modern royal
ty. She watt received willi a lii.ieniliivnce
which threw her cH'orta at display tin Hie oc
casioii uf Napoleon's visit to London into the
shade and showed, as Sterne says, tliat'lln-y
do these tliiiiL'H better in I'Vance;" lint the
cheers with which the Kmpcror was jrrveti-d
in London were not bestowed njniti the
Queen in Paris, and she p.iH-odonU'aidto St.
Cloud, a Kpectai le to he gazed at and not a
guest to bo hoiior d.
Some years ajjn thin same. Victoria refused
to permit n diis'.inuislied liioli.-.ji j.cln-n to
nppenr nt the privalo theatrical in W indsor
l'ahice, because her character was not sans
reyroche, and yet she was compelled to ac
cept the companionship during her ten days'
sojourn in l'arisof the Kinperor's cousin ill o.
notorious MaOiilde, who is the Ninon il'rJn
clos, the most brilliant and btnzeii courtesan
of the pr.sent day. Mathiltle is divorced
from her husband on account of her iiiuu
inernbleiuliilciitics, and is living in open adul
tery with a "fast" attache of the Court. In
Uie same carriage with her tlio prudish Vic
toria lode to the Grand Opera and beheld Al
bert somewhat noted for ,his susceptibility
exposed to nil lo r witchery and fascination,
while besidu her sat her superior and her
master the "madman of Ihdonc," who was
one of her special constables in '4 Si Who
HnvH that truth is not stranger than fiction.'
Who hints, ul'ter this, that History '-s imt a
greater romance maker than Walter Scoll or
I noticed," says n correspondent of the
Loudon licss"that while the Kmpcior cm.
versed with the Queen in the Uoyal box at
the Opera, n sinister smile, hall' of triumph
ruid half of sarcasm, parted his lips occasion
idly and flickered over his inscrutable counte
nance." What did that smile mean! It was
ti faint revelation of the proud thoughts which
were Bwellinj; wilhin his heart. It is said, St.
Helena is avenged.
The I'arvenu is the master of the heredita
ry Sovereign. The triumph of France is al
most complete. The houseless wanderer
the madman of former years the prisoner of
Ham the dependent of .Mrs. liowaid the
niieviul constable ol London, is the ruler ol
France to day, and France is the ruler of
Kughind. Craft has done the w oik of the
sword but the final retribution the grand
tlennuemeut of the drama has not arrived yet
not yet, Oh, Destiny! not yet. It advances,
Jiowever, darkly anil steailily "as the shadow
of the Gnomon. Gaze on, poor gilded pup
Jet at the pautomine on the stage, and dream
Hot of the tragedy which awaits your coun
try and yomsclf. So said that Smile. Such
was the meaning of the faint revelation of
the secrets of that hitherto iu&ciutublu coun
tenance. Victoria him returned to Hugh-mil amid the
congratulations of the London press. Jlut
what has she learned during her visit? That
France has a magnificent army on her own
soil, w hile England has scarcely a single sol
dier; that the French people are aroused mid
invigorated by the Kastcru war, whilu the
English are crushed and depressed; that the
birthright of genius is more potent than the
birthright of blood; that she is a mere pawn
though bearing a royal crown, on the chess
board of European politics, in the bauds
of the most skillful and masterly player of
hiS time. Such is the bitter lesson she
must have learned, unless the imbecili
ty of George 111. be inheritable w ith his
Texas. The X. V. Herald of the liGth u!t,
has the fi.M.ilvir.r l.'t ..I - i- ... ,
- o " ':ea iroiu lexas:
, A report prevailed that a partv had organ
ized at Goliad .kli the iiileulion of making a
I !'"')' -Mexico f,.r lh. purpose of recover
: nig stolen pro; :ly. . iJ tj1B following
1 account of a collision b tween a party of ran'
i Kern and the Gentian i-ilizens of Fiedeiicks-btl-g
in the Au.-'.iu Times: UA geiilh uian
arrived by the stage on Wednesday evening.
an. I brought the following report, which
' reached Sail A ntotiio on the cvenin ' the
St.l-'e left. Tile Germans of l'r...!..ri. li.l.nr ,
"cie in a bad hituior i-ec iuc of some rem oks
maile concerning tin: hiiruin ' of the body of
j a 1 oncanii:i Indian. I.ieilt. liiirleson ties
; p iteloil i ranger t.i Fn d. ri. ksbiirg for sup.
plies The Germans tied him, gave him one
; hundred lasiics ami mined him loose. He
j went lo camp, reported, r.nd llnrleson took
. senile twenty-four lin n, eaarged upon the
i town, kilh-.l twenty-two Germans, wounded
j others, and got six orcLM rangers w ound, d,
j some ol tlicu badly. He is saiil to have tie
I flared -lit would have cleaned Up the whole
' place, had ali his men been present.'" For
j Innately, later intelligence fails to confirm
j this story of sanguine slaughter. Severe
northeasterly gales bad prevailed along the
I'akis, September G.
Rarely has a newspaper article produced
an ill'eet equal to that of the Loudon Times
upon the state of things at Naples. It en
courages tiie inhabitants to revolution, and
declares that every man in Western Europe
will cry God-speed. This article was the
universal topic of conversation yesterday at
the Hoilrse. In case of the overthrow of the
.Neapolitan lloiirbons, Prince Mur.it may be
considered as their most probable successor.
Insurrection is now possible at unv moment
in Lombardy, Rome, and Naples. Rome is
offending Fiance by its conduct toward her
nlry, Piedmont. The Aiistrians have furnish
ed the West with motivesenuugh for indill'er
enco toward the maintenance of their rule in
Italy. Tne King of Naples is demented. In
short, the condition of the peninsula is such,
and su;-h is the attitude of the great powers
toward each other, that Italy may reasonably
hopk1 that a blow struck for her independence
will now find both England and Frarcu wil
ling to lend a hand.
Ges. Scott anu Tin; Wau Department. The
X'ew York Herald of the 20th haa an article
upon the subject of ucorrea ondeuee between
the Wur IVpni tuient and CJen. Scott, from
which we take the extrsel below. We have
no doubt the Herald U rbjht iu its surmises
on the subject :
We regret to find the reports of the hut
few d ays corroborated by our correspondence
that (Jen. Seolt has been drawn into a letter
wrilingijuariel with the Seeieturv of War.
We La c no doubt, however, when all the
facts uiv hrouirht out, that, it will nppe.ni- lint,
lieiit-ral Scott Inn been deli bei-iitelv eat i lipped
into this correspondence with Gen. l)aei, lor
the purpose of driving the former in disgust
from the publie rerviee. As soon us proper
anil convenient, we trust lien. Sou will iu
fist on the p-.iblicntMn of these letters from
iirst to last, t hat the American people tuny
iin.h-.slaii.t the plot ami the oloeclv of lh
adiniitiiitnition in tins mysterious persecution
of the venerable chief of lbc nr i v. We bad
supposed that, the course pursued "iu the Mei
can war by Gen. Seolt tuwards bis mibordi
nates (lieu. Pierce especially.) would be le
nieiobered when the opportunity arrived, to
the advantage of the lienerul 'in Chief; but
in the suspension of liis baek pay n Lieuten
ant General, mum certain teel'inii nt.i i. s of
law, trumped up by Gen. I'lishiug, we have
been dj-ajipoinled. How ditferent the opin
ion of .Mr. Cus-hing upon nn alleged unlawful
bill, brought iu for extra pay (yio.niHi) by the
Kitchen Cabinet public printer, about, u vear
ago a spurious bill, whieli the Seeretai'y of
the Treasury peremptorily refused lo pay,
an 1 which refusal was approved by Congress.
Touching the organization of the coming
Congress, I Iio scene-shifters and pipe layers
are, as it appears, already liai-d at work.
From the materials of the new House of Kep
lesentatives wo may expect u lively opening
of the dranni; lively, racy, pungent and revo
lutionary beyond "all parallel this side of
Mexico. We know what we ale; but, we
know i ot wli.it we are coining; lo. God save
I he I nioii.
-The Nashville Whig of the
tif'Ncw Orleans papers of the H)lh i'lst.
contain copious details of the injuries sus
tained by the terrible storm w hich raged
along the shores of Lake liorgne and I'on-
ch.irtraiu on the 15th and Itith tilt. The
damage Was very extensive. Vessels were
wrecked, wharves washed away, houses pros
trated, ttml several lives lost. Mr. Givens,
son of (J. W. Givens, and .Mr. Prentiss, both
of New Orleans, were killed at .Mississippi
Cify, mid n number of others were injured
severely ul the same place. At Mobile a vio
lent storm prevailed frviu the 15lh inst. until
the 17th. Vast quantities of lain fell, Hood
ing the lower streets and inundating the low
lands. From the direction of the w ind
south by west fears were entertained for
the safety of the shipping in tlio Gulf.
t'Tho last American mechanic, or mem
ber of the American party, has been discharg
cd from the out-door work of the Capitol, at
Washington, and nn "anti" appointed in his
place. Ho was n most exemplary man, and
one of the best nrtizans of his line if) the
country. Wheu charged with being a mem
ber of the American party, lie boldly but
calmly admitted it; and was immediately, and
with indecent haste thrust forth from nn
humble position in which he had been sup
Jiorting his family honestly, by the "sweat
of his brow." Comment is unnecessary. I
M.l t, ... . . ...
J no uoston I ravcller stales that some
Weeks since a gentleman of Huston was trav
elling iu the West, mid while nt Chicago
purchased half a dozen barrels of lino Hour
for his own use at S3 87 per barrel. He
sent it to Huston, and the extreme cost, de
livered at his house there, was $7 75 per bar
ful. At that time the same brand of Hour
Was selling m $u a barrel, or for nearly
double what the gentleman's cost him. A
Jew days since the citizens of Province-town
held ii meeting and chose a conimitto of live
persons to proceed to the West, with full
power to contract for ilour sullieient to sup.
I'1)' the fannies in that town.
l-tyA witness in a liquor case iu Manches
ter, Mass,, t, (,tK.r Jy( jjavo t ho following
testimony. -sa mniu ; jl!U )ulj watt.r mid
oino Bttiir squirt,.,! into it from n concern.
D'"i l ;,nv wh(.lllt,r jt ,s jllU,xi,M,illj r
11 ",;,k,' iie fed good-feet lift easi.
Majoii Mai:klahd.--V0 are glad lo hear
uiciiio l tins gentleman,
U.nerly of henlucky a, laterlv of Wash
ag on city, is , .,,tun Jed. II,. ln's been found
u the turnpike road, sixty.,,,,,, ...h,., t.llHt ,
llsburg He betrayed sympt,,,,,, f ,io.
'Mgenicnt, ami the only tt;iv i ,IU bu.
' 'tne known was by speaking of his son.
in-law in Cincinnati, t() wlllim in.n.jcie, Wcie
vnt by tho .cisons whom he was uuionost.
tid who received niistvcrs accordingly. " '
J-t."The Supreme Couit of this State, iu
session at Knoxville the other day, decided,
upon an appeal before them, that a Justice of
the Peace ennnnl be elected merely to lill out
the unexpired term of one who has died or
resigned. Justices ol the Peace ape always
elected for six years, and every one so ele-.ted
is authorized to exercise the functions of his
oflico for the full period of six years from the
time of his election. A dillereut opinion has
heretofore prevailed, find a dillereut practice
has obtained iu this county. Here we hare
known Justices of the Peace who had been
elected la lill vacancies, retired at the end of
the time for which his predecessor was elect
ed, even uheii the in muibi nt was anxious lo
hold on to the tdlice. Franklin Uct icw.
The Hoo T'kaii:. A strong desire still
exists to purchase hogs lor early delivery,
and sales have been made within tho Week at
;ij 3(1 per cw t. net, for November delivery,
and now holders ask 6 3.J. Fur December
delivery, we hear of no transactions holders
ask $t, and purchases could not be made be
low this rale. The stock of old Pork and
Bacon in this market is very small, and before
lilt? new conies in, will he entirely exhausted.
This Will be the case, it is supposed, ill all
the leading markets; and this consideration,
together with the advices from Fnghind by
the last steamer, leads to the conclusion that
high rates will be obtained for all the meat
brought into the market early. Contracts are
being made in Indiana at ifti 50 per cu t. net,
for delivery in the latter pail of December
and ilie liist of January, and iu Illinois at .r.
The p ickcrs are paying -0 5l) per cwt. m l.
for good beeves, but they are mostly held at
8(i 75, hut at this rate are freely oll'ercd for-
early delivery. Cincinnati l'rice Current,
The election passed off quietly, ind result
ed in a iignal victory of the AiuiirL-nn party,
lint one oimosiiion" Aldermen was elected.
and t li nt was attributable more to n want of
interest iu the result on the part, of the do
leat.ed candidate and his friends than to any
ol her cause.
The ollieial vote for Mayor stands:
Fur Castleuian, American, 8."5
Winston, anti, 47j
i-f An independent in.m is ono who can
live without w hiskey and tobacco,' and shave
himselt with Itrown soap ju,J C(,j
without a miiror.
" . Jm I .1. ... .... I...M1.. . i ?. I I .
j,... .... ... .innro ii n Had eter
seen the "IjiiJgo ol Signs, replied: "Yes 1
have been Ir.ac'ing it ever since I was
C.uir MnnTiNo'. The C.-imp-Mecliu" i:t
Cedar Springs Camp Ground, Uo miles
south of Athens, will coiiitnence on Friday
the 12th day of October.
A VnliinMe Futility Meitli-ioe. So ci-le-bruted
luis Dr. M'L:oii.-'d Veniiilnjf... ((..,.(Mnt.,
r.-ir iriU-.l n th "n'y s)e.-irt i-ore lor .iria. I'jiiiilu-a
houltl iicvi-r l wiileiul a u;.ljr -,l it. .i J,, M.;,,0
piirlti-ulio-ly, wlii-n wurne uru i IruiibU-ponie mihI Irt
Miteally l.oal iiiiiitiuf chii.lren, p.irciti Hlmul., hf Wi(t, lt.
lilt; utel cm the li.st appcaraarf. of Ouiw ilistr.---.ins
ttyniptoins which warn n s of th.-ir pr..'fii,-e. nt onie ap
ply thin puwerlul ionl i-tlK-o'ioin roiia-.ty. Wc urt-cun-ti.lent
that It only i-fquti-csi a tri:.l, to r'niviic-e nil that
it rihty merits tlie praie that hula.. h--eii iavih.-.l uo-
uil it. il isflaicana niiarm.1u. , uiu:ie-H of r.-rtilitates
can he proiliK-i-.l, phowin iicKreut iiiL-fliciil irtiu-s.
Ihirha-.ors will he t-nrehll tn ml. f,,r y,. J'.,,,,,.
tl.l,rtt-l IVrrtiVif, ami ta ke lion..-ete. Alloihor
Verini htiTL-ii, in comparHon. an- ivorthlK.. kr. M 'I.hti.-.-Verriiifnjre,
aldo hin Cclt-brati-d l.ivi-r I'ills. eao now b-j
hail 'it nil r.."li;ctali!i; Drug .stores in the I'niu J Slatci
Fur naif by P. II. Kkitii Co., Alliens; J. A. f. W.
i."rns, .nil'lisonviia.; aim i.j' onu .j;clit In cvt-rv town
in Tennessee. oet .'J
An ounce of fact l worth s pouiol of iheory;
and the nwarm of coneiniiive facts that cliioor atniiii'd
that itiL-oiop trahlc pi-i'p;iralion, llnoll mil's iKtiii-oi Hit
let.'., pri p.ired by Hr. V. M. J.-t.-ki.ti, I'hihiilelphia, m-
inuii-nui iirf value as a none aim re.-oorutivi-, are such
as wonJil prevent ineriiliilily ilself from ii'irstionin its
I'lricacy. til all caies of ilijient-s of the iMonnich, whetli
er acute or chronic. It tuny lie reroniiiH-lnltil lor its
Hoothintf, cordial, anil reliovat inj: iiitUietiee. l.V!.p piiii,
lieart-bnrn, loss of appetite, liaiisen. nervous tremors,
relaxation and debility, Ai., are relieved by the Hitters
in a very short space of time; anil a perseverance In
their use never fail:, to work a thorough cure. See ad
liivnllilw recoveriiiK from the effeels of K.-rcr,
Millions Diseases, or bnnr confinnul illness of uny kind,
irill Dull Carter's Spioiisli Mistnre the only relneily
whieh will revive their dro-ipinff coiistit,ttonl. expel ail
hud humors from the blooil. excite the liver to a prompt
nnd healthy netton, mid by its tonic proiiertiea, restore
the patient to life uml vior.
We can only nay TliY IT A "InjtU- bottle i worth nil
the so-called Sarsap trillas la existence. It contains no
mercury, iitnn. or any oilier 110x10114 or poisonous
ilmi', nnd can he piven to the youngest Inrnnt wiihout
hi'silallon. See the certillentes of voniierfnl cores
around the bottles. More than five lintidreii persons in
the city of Iticliinonil, Va.tcau testify to its oou etr-.-cts.
Hee advertisement. oct
C A S B I I) A T E sT
New Fall and Winter Good!
fAM now recetvlntr my Block of Fall amt Winter
tioods, anil wonl.1 res,H.ctf'illy request n.y ot.l cus
ti.iiiers and the public generally to R.ve mc a call, its I
feel conli.lcilt it will be to their interest.
ept it t;i:o. vr. ito?t.
'I'ltl! ''. Just rcrelved, a fine lot of the very
best brands of Virginia Tobacco, whii li will be sold
cheap, by sepf-'sj UK. W. IIOSS.
tj tl.T! .I.T! .Vl'iff' Ashland, extra fine, for
. table use; 0iu 0s Turk's Island, for pieklior.
tiKO. W. lllisS.
A Neiiiiaska Election. I'nrple, who is
''the gentleman from Hurt ci uiity" just at
this I line, informed a gentleman of this State,
at Chicago, a short time since, souiethiiii'
how members arc gotten up in Nebraska. He
said, CummingH, the Secretary, said to me one
morning, 'I 'tuple, w e want a member I'm in
liu: t county.' So I harnessed up and took
nine fellows with me, and we suited for the
woods, and w hen we thought we had got
about far enough for Burl county, we un
packed our ballot box ami held an election,
canvassed the Vole, mid it was astonishing to
observe! how great was the iiiianiuiity at the
Iirst election ever held in 1'url county, l'urplo
hud every vote! So l'urple was declared
duly elided, and here 1 11111 !" Detroit Ad
Conviction of a aluiinKfil ss. A corre
spondent of the Columbia Times, in a letter
from Vorkville, S. C, dated Sept. 20th, mys
the negro Woman, (,'tariss i, charged with the
murder of (.'apt. Wiison'schibl, by poisoning,
has been tried and found guilty, and sentenc
ed to be hung'. Sine conviction, she has
confessed to having also poisoned two chil
dreu of .Mr. .MeCitliy,:uid one of Mr. .Marshall,
of Newberry, ami 'probably one of .Mr. Mer
ry's. She also confessed that she hail pro
pared poison as often lis three limes for Mrs.
Wilson, her late mistress. She also stated
that there is now a poisoner in Columbia, and
that theic is an old lady there, who she has
not named, that, is now kept In bed by poison,
adini isti red by her servant. She Ins proven
herself to he n devil on earth. Evcrv day
she is making more confessions.
07-TiiK (iuiLLoriNF. at IIai;pi:u's Ffii-
liv. The Ucrkcly American, of the present
'We have been informed upon authority
perfectly reliable, that some -15 of tho op
eratives employed in the National Armory at
Harpers Ferry, were discnarged on Friday
last. A number of these gentlemen have
been employed there for years, and were not
only ingenious, capable and expeiienced
mechanics, but men of snbrielv, limn sty
and integrity, and real y some of the h.'st
citizens tliu town of Harpers Ferry possesses.
They were all, with the exception of four,
members of the American party, and Ibis,
w e arc told, was the cause of theii dischaige."
Yankee Quf.rs. Louis Napoleon, it is
said, w ishes lo quarrel with the King of Na
ples, in which event he will put bis cousin,
I .. ... M ... . e . 1 . 1 .1 i .
i.ucieu .0111.11, loruicriv a norma planter, on
ihe throne of Naples. The best recoinnieii
u.iiiou 01 ..t 111 .it to siicii a position i.j me pos
session of a handsome, energetic and int.
gent Yankee wife, who would play the Queen
with as much dignity as if she had been In
to that distinction in a court, and not in the
everglades of Florida.
We are authorised to announce Col. J.is. Hii-Kitr,
of Polk county (formerly of VeMinn,) as a candidate
for Itriiradier llenend lith Itrieaide Tennessee Mibtia.
The Ilriirnil.' is composed of the comities of lloatie,
.Monroe, .Mc.Mliin, Polk, and IJi'ndiey.
In Monroe county, on Ihe y.atli till., by rtev. John
firniKirx. .Mr. J imis llijiu.Tnx lo Urs. Hii.iiiKTii .Max
well, both of MeMiuu county.
We extinct the following remarks
stai tliii'' article- in a late Now Y01
t.? Tho exportation of breadstufls has
iccoiiiiiienced w ith vigor as shown by the ex
port tables, w hicli give the value of flour
alone sent abroad from New York during the
week before the last, at $133,0U0. The ag
gregate shipments of the week amounted to
jji'J'J.OOO, of w hich nearly one-fourlli was to
Australia; so that it seems our trade with that
colony is not destined to tlio out so rapidly
as recent returns indicated.
Unconsciously Luck v. A gentleman of
this city, iu looking through his puckcl hook
yesterday, discovered n lottery ticket, which
upon examination proved to he a qii.iiltf ol
the capital prize ot !j30, 000 drawn in Havana
in July hist. Thinking it had laid dormant
long enough, he at onco proceeded to one ol
our incrcaiiiilc houses connected ith the II 1
vana trade, and had it cashed at 11 moderate
discount. Charleston Mercury.
S-s"" l'rof. 1 lenrv savs that tho curious
phenomenon of the blow lug oil' of tho horses'
shoes during Iho late terrilm: powder explo
sion on the liraiuly w ine, was owing lo the
inertia. The shoes wero Hot blow 11 away
from the tlead horses, but tlio horses were
blown oil' the shoes the gravity of the shoe
being seven, while the specific giacily of the
w hole horse is but one,
Irif' Europeans and Americans are accus
tomed to regard the Chinese as novices in the
arts and scicn.-cs, and yet Ihe imperial canal
is 0110 of the most gigantic works iu the
w hole universe, displaying eminent practical
engineering skill and genius in its construc
tion. l-if" The public have lately been invited
by an advertisement, headed ".Music for All,"
to purchase '"The deep toned metallic pipe
tuned to concert pitch" for Is. C.l. in postage
stamps. A person w ho remitted the stamps
received in return an ordinary tin whistle!
-" A lady was reijuested by a bachelor,
hoiiicw hat ndwilii'i'd ill years, to t ike a Meat
upon his knee, while in a crowded sleigh.
"No, thank J oli," said she, "I mil afraid such
1111 old seat would break down with me."
Coi'.litxTloN.-The Franklin Hegister makes
the following correction: "In (in advcrlise
nieiit which appealed in our last, for "Hum
Melon's sti.ini destroying pcrringcrs; rend
ll.iinillyu's worm dcstioyini, lozenges.'"
At the present liine, Ihe city is full of
young llueves, troni la lo Ud years 01 age,
w ho prolcssedly live by robbery and plunder.
i be prisons are are all lull; yet crime increas
es. We may biiiid a prison annually it 'fill
be immediately illicit, home new p an must
be tried. Every boy should he compelled
to ncqiiiru some trade or prolession. 1 lie
system ol permitting boys lo act as pedlars,
at the time llicy should learn a trade, lias
done more than niivthing cUe toward lillini;
Ji'Scarcity of labor ufll!cts not only
Ireland, but England. Most persons will be
surprised at this, as there is supposed to be
a large surplus population iu that country.
The London Times, however, in its issue of
the 5th inst., says:
'From all parts of thu country there is n
complaint of the want ol labor to get in the
harvest. Tho great Irish supply is not so
copious us it was, nnd our own population is
said to be running short. In some counties
the milita has been allowed a f irtiiiglit to
help in the field. The dillieiilty, indeed, is
only a matter of degrnce, and has been 0110
of leqiielit, if not annual occurrence in this
country; but just now. w hile there are so
many drains 011 the population, the dillieiilty
assumes a political color, and 11 sort of panic
Jjj?"''he editor of the Spirit11.1l Telegraph
writing iroin Yetiiionl, sas that one or two
w omen hate appoinliiu ills lo speak in trance,
in many of the towns, and significantly
adds that "Ihe iiilliicnce of the clergy is d ,ily
Revision of tiik Hiulk. In the llritish
IIouso of Commons, recently, Mr. Ileywood,
the member for Lancashire, ga"e notice that
hu should, at the next session, move "an ad
dress to her Majesty, praying that her Ma
jesty will be graciously pleased lo appoint n
eoiiunissioii to inquire into the state of the
nulliorized version of the llible, and to pre.
pare n plan for Iho further revision of that
-fiTlie Ilaltiuiore Clipper, discoursing of
thu State eleclion in November next, says:
"We do nut think that a shadow of doubt
f x;sts as to tlu result of the election in
Maryland. It will undoubtedly bu d.-eitled
in liivor of tlie American party, by an over
whelming majority. Such is our information
from the various sections of the State." "
-ff Among the piper of tieti. Arista,
who recently died while on his way from
Lisbon lo l'iiris, was his will. It directs that
bis heart be embalmed "rid sl'IH to Mexico.
lie left nothing to his wife, lie bequeathed
his properly lo 11 relative and his personal
ctVccts to a ucivaut.
ATI..IST.I, Oct. 1.
We herewith send yoimur t.nirkcl quotations for the
past week, on tvhk-h your readers amy rely. IIaciin ml
vitiicine still stock iu market uiiiiu;'illv liirbt.. with fair
dein.-tiiil ive ipiotc hojf round IU;-; sides 1 1 '.j Pfr l.V;
hams :.t; shouhb-rs li'c. I.nai. In barrels 1:1 oi Ue; in
kefc-s and cans U loe. Jtrn iai. Tennensee, ,V. u-oml
J article. Fl.'ira. (rood siipjl llrie. $a,.Yi (& ;l,T.r. WllK.IT,
I prime red $l.'2'l l.'oiix. suck. il. hut liitie In
market anil the price noi fulil.v esluhluhe,!, coiniiiaud
iiiir. in small lots, sue 11111. 1'ous Mk.u ful fii line.
(itrs iu r ",uost, :!7V -tael b j , niul higher prices are
expected. (iRiw'MaKs hieji uml sciirre
F.xeii iNuK .iflil drubs uu New York Ifcc; Augusta,
Charleston anil -Savuniiidi 'l cent, pi-elil.
(rtiit'i'ilt Ctmiiiiitti Jti'tttiil.
Attur.sr.t, (Ijt. 1.
Herewith fli.d statement of our prniluee market.
Huns, hug round, I I 9, lay, hams la fn 1.V", sides
lav; (T 1-. ; shoulilei-s li' ,e. I..iau 1:1 ) lac-. Cou.v Nil
fm .sTi-, for ohl, ami tin (Tt 7te, for new. O.its.'iii dr. tillc.
Wiik.1T scarce at l,!n Ctrl S1..MI. Fun's 7..'il (t!) per
hhl. suiile rate in sacks. No change ill other articles.
lours, very truly,
3. A. AN'fl.V.Y,
Cvinhiisttiti anil '-eruce J.-rcoa.
rrL;.Trf-35niy-7 w.v.-.v-.-. -rr.-.-.-jr-s-.fe-.-:.-,:..
Stop tlio Murdoror !
ri"IIK above ri-.viird will be pnlil lor the npprtlieiis,,n
Jt nnd delivery In Ihe f li rilT of Folk county of
Tlio. .Sottilsoii who murdered l'it,tnj &itick
atSyleo. in s d'l eouiiiy, on Saturday, the -".Ith day of
September, tfaiil Johnson is about :k' years of nee,' live
feet ei;il or nine ilichfs hifii, Htoop'.-'muhlereil, red
hair, and lius a I'rc&li scitr on I1I3 tipper lip.
MY Hi IX KOIIEIIS.
I'olk cnuiily, Tetin., 0,-t 5, ls.Vi-!!l
so!ici! (0 fJiijtpprs of ricihls.
fWISIUo buy several thousand Laths, for wliicb th
cash n-,11 be JalJ oil delivery,
ept .'-) fAM. P. IVIXS.
2?x-ocaXx Arrivals nt tlio
" V A I! 1 1: T I i: S I"
S3 xx o rt jvj-
IXVITlvS the iillenli.in of tliepnblie to bis
newly tn rived stock of Cowls, lei-lin sutis.
tin! liny surpass anything that has been ex
hiliiled in this inni-ket for 'lo, these iiiniiv
.lavs." li would be an endless tusk to enu
merate one half the article?, eonsi'qnciitlv
hc will niiine but few, n-"sui-iii.; his Iriettils anil
customers that they will find at. the "Vniie
ties" nlntost any article in hi line that ma v
be eailud for. C'nll in, if Von want
FINK COI.l) Li; KU, LlCl'l.NKand PLAIX
l'INKCOI.DJKWKLUV ItrenW I'ins, Tar-J
bobs, Jiiueelets, Kinder liiii's, t'ollsr lltit
toiif, Shirt Studs, Sleeve 15.itl.in, CulF Pina,
l''oli t'hnins, Vest ( lniins, tiiiard I'Ioiiiip, La
dies t'lialtiliue (.'h'lins and I iu", 1'cncils, Pens,
aim Cases. Fob and Cuard Keys.
SUOi;-J AND ncOTS Ladies Fine Pdnek
and Fancy eolored Caitors; .Misses lina Cni
t 1-3, ISluck ami Ksney colors; Misses Kid,
Goat atiJ Calf Hoots; Men's Culf and Kip
Shoes; Men's Wnler-pioof, Calf and Kip
Hunts; Hoys Hoots and Shoes of all kinds.
Fine Tobacco, Cigars an 1 Snuff.
Cell's tine Ucpuitiiijr 1'ii-lui.-; Allen's lte
Vl inur and Self-cocking; Kille l'istols.
Musical Joes; Accordeons; Clarionets;
Flulos; Fifes, Ae.
SOA I'S AND I'l'IlI'TMICIi Y. FiiicSlinvim;
('renins; fine Soppophitne; tine Tratif ptirent
Snap; Colnejne; Wright's Lxtraets for the
handkerehief; l'Al rect of Ynnilla; Kxtract of
l.eiiion; J.etnou llil; Ciiiiiiinion (III; I'ssenec of
Ciuiiiimon; J.illv White; Lvon'a Katharion;
Hair ( lils of all kinds mid qualitic...
Can. lies; Almonds, liaisitit; I'iekwls, ic, eVe.
All of which, and n thnuenud and one other
nrtieles, will be sold at the lowest prices
imaginable. Alliens, Sept 'J'J
iy Authority of thu i''re of (jevryia.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
IScilutif ill Si liritlr for Octolicr.
To be drawn October 2t, 1S.V, in the city of Atlanta,
When Crizes uiuuunliue; to
0 a o , o o o
Wilt be distributed to fortunate stoekhohlers in accord
ance with the folloii'iiiir
. IZafdilt'sa' Achnne !
rr,HK subscriber is now reeeivins new e
l l.-etien of Sl'J.l.NDID 1'IANoS from tlie
oldest manufactories, and eelec.ed with jrreal
tare from more t loin a thotts.-itiil inst r 11 me tits
amotii; whieli are the new- t 'ttrrioittj ShhihI
imi Vir,l of ltoardinati, Crnv V Co., which
are reeeivinir so much fnvi.r bull, in Aioeriea
nnd Kurope. This valuable improveinent
adds one-hall' more pac to the Smindinv;
Hoaial, thereby largely increasing its power,
prodiieine; a creiiler volume of tone, together
w ith a peculiar distinctiveness and independ
enee of the notes, and nearly equaling the
Craud l'iano. All 1'iaiios warranted.
Also, receiving n lare sel. eli.111 of Sfusic
Solids, l'olkus, WulUes, Yuriatioiis, ie., kc.;
G Hilars and St ring's.
l'ianos tuned und repaired. -
Sejit.lt. 11. (1. COOKK.
AVIMI sold out-ol toy Farms I mil rlill niixioim
lo sell tlie oue oil uich I live, lime miles N.ulh of
Ath-ns. on the stock roiul to Oeorina rreii.
and l-'sl more a.ljolniiiir can be biu-liT. I hale VI tr.io.!
two year old Mules; 2 Horses; ami 2 hlo-ly young Negro
llovs to sell, all on reanouable terms lor cn-h.
Sept T, ':sV2ui M. L. I'llIl.l.II'.s.
The Scientific American.
srir: x r 1 1, k : u r a v i x,ss A x!ritiz es.
1 """"" Annual I oliime ot lb,. us,.fui ,,l,iit.
"S lentinc Aioeriea.." . i'l "V
.l.-r..il ,'!.,,, ......v."" "" -.n.Hiical.
1 Crlic of
- I'l'lzcd of
. .-'.nun are
fi tire ... ,
.. 1 ,fu M
... 1 ,!
... 2. hltu
... 8.1 Ml
Gardner, Shepherd & Co.,
WHOLESALE OEA LEIIS IX
Shoes, Hats and Slraw Goods,
N-t. r: I'iil.lic iMiuare, A as It Ille i't-iiu.
7T. iiivltv the atti ntloii uf lucrchaiils lo thu larjre
V V and duniruMe
Fall 11 111! t tnlrr Stc-k of tSootc und
Shorn, ISatl aiK una 'J'ruiilis
wliich we are now dny r'ceivlnjr. Tin stm-k 1ms loi-ti
earufiilly fUtI in vi-w of flit? incrt-iinnl (Iciiiiiuit Tor
HiKiu (itNiiw; und while it will be fimwl entirely cmupU-te
una well intuHt-il to the whiiIk of iUv trade, ii uu usual
ly fret- from (UmmIh f an in!Yrlir i(mlity.
lluvfn In thiri murkft would consult their Intert slH hy
prii-uitr our tioydh before iimkinit tlfir purclie.
Kept 7- ui iiAKU.NKH, f HKl'UIlHl A CO.
IV ho 1 es "a'l e 0 r ug gist s.
l5avUtiv.il, llisli tf o' Vo.,
WOt'l.Dcall the altentlon of Men-bantu In Kant
'l'eniie!.ec to our nuinil Hrjre Hloek of lrue:!i,
Meiliclnex. Calm, dil", IIj-i-SiiiIIh, Cerfninery, Soimih,
llni-hcN, Ac. W e are now lully ireareil for the V;
iiie, unit we hope Merchanli. viiiliiiir onr tnaiket will
examine onr Htoek ho.I iriee behtre bnyin, an we have
unusual faeilitiei. bull) for inirehiicinK an.l Helliiiir at low
price, beiiiirconneeleil with ll.ivtL.iNn. II ikhii.A Uirti.rv
New Vork; ami Hivilimi, II.ikiiii. (Jo., tiharleiiton,
r. ( . the folloiYiii)! arlicleri will comprise part of uur
tttot-K. to n nien we are inal,lnjr ilntly a.lilittoiin :
J 1 1.4 11 11 p lo nine Klotie;
K.OOO" Ktne UvVign
8.1 It 10
No. 1 Mii.l.ler:
Spimi .h llroirn;
tlo in pan'
,01111 ton Sail Celre:
8. not) " Siilphnr;
II.MIO " llriinnlnne;
lll.tlOO " hile I.i h.I;
8.000 " Zinc Calm;
ft.OOO thu Veneliiin Hell;
400 ilm. Cantor Oil J
loo " l.yonVKatliarion
274 llriiuit Street, (i iloor from (Jlohe Hotel.)
1,0'tt) prizes ainoniitilir lo (:Hi,nt.i(l
om: TIIO I :.AIVD c iiii:s!
OX1.Y TEX TIIOVHAXD XI' M lit: II St
fiT TlckeU 0 II.:Iv-m f .'.Mi Quartern f 1,25.
One Crixe to evcrv Ten Tickets.
KAML'KL SWAN, Agent anil MutiHiter,
April ii"-)lll Allnntii, (Icoi-frtii.
TinxsroiiTATHiN Oki'.m.tmicvtK.Tiins.A J . It. It. Co. )
'PUIS C'Hiipjiny thHivur nny FdmkIiis rt-cuivud into
tliuir D.-pniM, in a iv-is.nub!f tiim-, ut the tcnuintm
of tla-ir Itoit'l ut D ilton to i)i; owihth or their nift'tit,
(ontoiir.-f,) tlii-y p iyliiK -hn rjf - u- per tiiriir untl receiv
ing the freights on il iy of rriv;i nt l:ilhm. Tliin
Comp'iny il)f not prtipint,- eiiht-r to tttnre fn ij.'ht or
ih liver t ih" Western and Arhmtie li iil H'md, uiileH
the nivutTH Imvo tiunle u.r inv'-iiM-ntr) with hsU iUuid to
reeeive the Hume. Cart c;.n nut he iletained heyoud a
few hours eitlu r fur tran-iliip-ucnt or M'U'ajre.
In ninkiiiK !iiipinent! tihnve every (;u l!ity Iu the
power of the n"irern of tiie C.-mp-iiiy will he exlemied
to nliippern. It.-yoml thu ".'iid oT th.-ir railn tliey Imve no
control nnd iiinne no r( vp'nihilii v,
tct:-'Ji It. V. J CKf;N, SiiSt Tiitn)wi.thn.
ItejrUtiT, Whiir, ij'id HUtinlanl, Kunxville, mill
Uainier, Cleveland, will pluiiae enpy two wocliH.
W U A 11 H!.lti: aii'l t nrio nriTs T011K
B U Jn-t r-eolvcil, a Inrud lut uf llaiilware, uneli
tn .IimjI, .S'lediro itd Hand Ihnmiii'rH, Aitnr. (iimhletH,
sVrewn, l.oek. liinfreH, itrH-il. nnd Aiuei it ini Aintp
Ilinr(t. Cliuin Pump and Fixtures, Wagon (luxes of h II
ii8t;i, Xid lron, Nruck nnd lii-i, Itille Harrels, Hun
CwpK of nil kindt, drain .Shovel, Ac, Ac
Al.-o, a lif(f h'oK: of Carpenter Tel.t of every dc
flcripiion, which I will sell cheap fur ca-h.
M 5 (II.O. W. nw.
1MH .S uml
Htoek, from rouunon tn tlie
Mior. Ju.-t reeelvtd n hiree
Very hent. Cull nnd
For mile hy m l M t;Fi). U();-S.
J nV-l3nle ( lolhinj.-1 nn, I'ow re-
n ct-iviinf my lrir und w. H neli-c.t.-d uttn-k of Iteadv-
Mi.de Clothin.ir. eonislinif of Over, Frock, Pre und
Sack Cniitf: Cfintx, tt, hirt, Hiirt-eollnrn, Lamh-
il and MeriiHi Sliirts nnd hraver of nil snrtH nnd
i"t7.e all of whit'li I will nell very clienp for vnh, .lu-t
walk In und 1 tun tit you out anew, ''I mm trip to toe.'
uct o (ii;), w. ut)n.
Uhile in Oil; ( limine llreen, lleil, ami Yelhnr, In
lJyiMlf rrx. JVenrli Zinc
Oil lltid ilry; tVhite beinl, dry; Venetian Ked;
.ilii.liti-r; ?twiulBii iirown, &c, lor Bale hv
Oct (1K0. W. IIOSS
For uml IViriiiIoh.
11! K WiHtfrSionnt tht Iimtltutlon will cDmmcnce
mi Miiniliiw ilu'fnti of Niii-itdicr.
L'nti uf 'nititiu. jKr jive month :
Heading mid Wriiinn $r,H0
Arithiiieiie. (ieitiiniplir nnd tlraiinniir H.tm
Mnthemiilies uml Nat uml Srieuee, Ao pitvi
Ancient and Modern I. iiipuuircs 1 ..ih
An extra cliarire of $1 'or fuel, raviiient In julvaucu
No dednetinn fur Ion -f lime.
Phidt nt In nt'iirch of hourdinir wdl do well to apply
tn the rnnelp tl. H. W. vu ALDKIIOFF.
Kingston, Tetin., Oct .Vlt-Mj Principal.
Xy your Tnxoa.
h Lh person who have not paid their luxe fur the
I ycr l&oi. mind to n itum. iiiately. If ih.-y ish to
avoid cont. TiKts. hTKIMIKNS,
ept 'is Wtt'rtjt Mi Minn ro,
H I'. i)0!)S0N,
jf "fcKI'Kllf bin . rvice to the cltizetu of Alliens nnrl
M Jr vlcinilv. He l prep.ireil In atlcnil lo liny calls In
the line of his profession, ami It.ittera hliiiself that hi.
work will K've satisfaction.
r7 llooin. al the Allien! note!. Icpt 'it-tr-JHIfl
Bank-Note List and Detecter,
1'iibliArtl trmt-mont wy, at Mtiiitamnr r, Ala.,
At 2,00 per milium, in Ailviiurp.
iHK work ts printcilon fine white paper mid new type,
ami Iu appearance will be !ecoui! to none lli the
A.SoiM i u llank-Notr l lsl l l'senlll In every Hint.
rnulilliiif ll.ol-e, ami Ciiblie ('Hire. I,el in inilie In ail-
ineiiijr onr coiiiinoti inleresis, aim not pcrtull .-xorlliern
men ami Northern llilei'lers to llncliiHte our money
nmlters as they ma)' wish, while we arequlelly followlnn
The work will be ciire.ui'.v revised nn ine nay or pun-
ll,nuli. tnil all linpOrlalil tlnanntiil cbanires, an they
cur, liotieeil. r.veiy exi'i llou will he maile lo make It
H correct uml rcluihlc irnnie 10 ine iniuKcr huh .ilerenaul.
Hotel Croprietors. nrokers, Auctioneers, l uniiiilssion
Merchiints, ami otln rs. ilesirou. of havlni; Uu Ir ininie!
anil business whlt-ly ctrciilatcil, aro iiil.irineil Mint a
llmlleil liuiubrr of a.lverllsements will he lnserleil.
'Pei'lnl rales for a.lverU"Uii n.v ine year, or tor stoirier
..crli ils.lu iv be kliwn byappiynilJloiliiJ- ol my AK'iil
or at Iho olnVe In Atliinla. I.eoritia.
rpeelnicn number! will ho scut, on application ny let-
U'f, i'i O'll 17' . - ,...,
All coiuiiiuiilcation" lliteno'ii nr ii,ii-..oi' i.tsi
and llrtrcler." must h! inliln sscil in ,m n.ii'e.
Xitfh-trAU.Kit.l. r'n. PVUl'M. WAV.
jAMIi' KlWHW'i Hllirl nigral. sjio
IIK liinlei'siirneil wielies lii dispose of liis
Jluiite uml I. ut. diluiiteil in thu west end
of Allien, on Wusliiiieteii Slieet, wliidi lie
will ' I! nn reiniiliiJilo tei lun j lie lociltiiill
is ii .! esi in I I e one lor n man willi n emiill
fiitnily. l'ur furtlier iiifurnint ion Biily to tlie
uuiiaeriiief at tlio Ulliee ot I lie Athens l'ol..
A'liens, August 17, lS.ij.
Occse Male Academy,
FfllUE I';dl RuHsioii of this Institution will commence
a on Mtnidny, the AA d.iy of .ep'emhjr next
der the charKcof tw. .1. I.. Mlhlll'ICN, wlnxe alilitie
nnd eharacii'V an u Teacher are snuill knou t. Unit the
Trustees deem it tinneet(-ary to tt inup Iuh fame. ItuiuK
u enninate of one of the hr.M ( tilleeeu of hat 1 eiine
wee, In.- is competent to tench tlie pupils Hciciiee ttml
lamriUL'e, ami to eonchic t tlie fe!iool with propnery. ev
reudv tu jruide, nmi il! v nt well its mentally. Parents
hiuI jfuardiauH may patronize Oeocc Academy u;li us
aurance. Tlie locHtion is heiilthy and plensaut,
Ttruitiof Tuition, j'' ' S ion of 2t) irecltt:
Third " It','1"
No extru ihai :s. Hoard can h had in private faiei
lies on very reasonable term. lhisewho pay in ml
vauoe can Imve u reasonable d'd;ictliu from the regit
lar rat-s of tuition. Hy ot-d .-r or the itnard.
Aug M . Y. II. IlrJVNtH.DS,
(llV AVIHOIUI V OF THE 8TATK OF ALAU..MA.)
S0UTHEI!. MILMMKV ACADEMV
Xi o 1 1 o i y .
U r li li A M'Iii'iiii. lor October.
To be drawn October ll;lt. K.ri,ln the city of .Mout-
trotuei-y, when Cries aiiiouutiiiK to
$ G O , O O O
Will be distributed iieconliinf to the following Mnunlfl
cent Hellenic ! Ami remember every CriRe ill-awn at each
lran-li;, anil piuil 'Alien due without discount
'. .' II.'""!
i . 1 .2(111
" !.'...'.'...' ! i.inii
" ft of I. nun ri.uoii
In alt 4ii irir.es nmoiiiitino; to foli,iKltl
(IXI.Y IKS TIKH SAXU XI M HKH.S I
Tickets Halves and i) nirters iu proiairtion.
Hills on all solvent Hanks taken at par.
All cotiiiuuiil'vitious slrictiv ennlhlc iiiIh.
KAMl'KI. SWAN, Agent and .Mnnnircr,
July 18, ls.V tr-HT),-i Montgomery, Ala
Notloo to 3?"r-oieilitox-.
.Tlut'OiitV 1 esterii.cV -eoruia l(, tCoililo,
Atmsta, Hept. 1, IViA.
f rjlHK ftalel of Freichl froni nml llller the Until Inst.,
U. 1 1 (mi Aiiania iu cui aiiuiio, anil iioiu iiiiuuia 10
liarleslou, W II bo
On Wheat. . ?" els Im
I inn II
On 12 " "
Harrela Flour, cur load Hi "
Siipcrintt lufcnt Mavon tt IIVscci '. I.'mtit.
septT-tlt Snppi'iittt nnViif ilmraia Hail Jtwid.
Ben, D, Thompson,
( K'Vi liuiil, Trmi.
Drills, illrtiiciiics nnd Clicmicals,
lyc-Vood and lye-tuir, Oil, Paints und I'liinttrs'
tVlmlow -1usn uml ln u j t (.Insriivn re,
Toilet uml Mmvinc Poimw, fine Hair ami Tooth
lit uslo's, I'aini llru-li;as,ui-i-iil ami Deutnl Instrnint iitH,
'J r usf.e and Supportern ot all kinils, hpiees, Hniitl!, Man
uraetured Tohaivu, all (lie lih'iit or I'ropiietary Medi
cinen of the d i.v, superior inks, I'uru ine and Uraii.
dies for uiedu iu'il ptirpoMcM, KxlractH 'ami f lavors,
choice Tntiet and rainy Amcie, e.
1 make my pufclotsen fnr cn.nh, and offer fronds eo,'iatly
H" low ax tin y can he obtained from any similar estab
lishment in tiii necllon. UttrtuinM tuhe frrht pure,
ttutt ( nuiiif. Order from the country promptly ililt-d,
and it.it l-lmliou guaraiitlcd with regard both lu price
IMiysii'lnns' Prescription nnd Family lleelpe
will receive the greatest care und attention In tln-ir
compounding, ut all hours. lept 7-ly-Jl'W
0IIOOI3III 13 fc.
Aruc.HTA, Oku., Bcpt 4, 1&&5,
tfl II III?, pood nnd prime HiigHr ;
f P .'(( hurrclv Htuiiri1 Clarilked Hiifrar;
JOO packaji' ii Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
MM) hait-i hiir, pi niie, and choicv Culfce;
lOO rials .lava Coffee;
l.HM) ki-K1 Nails, ull sixen;
4,HiO Miicks halt ;
too leij,'- I lu-k and Prop Shot ;
0,000 Thf Mar Li ad ;
fid lilidf- tVilin Mohiflnex;
'(.'i liarrclrt ttuart'M HuK-ir-llouc Pyrup;
ii.'iO hoxes and ketr T.iImcco, every quality ;
HO cheHH llj sou, Imperial and lllack 'I'ea
'JtO.OoO Ppnlii"h and Oerinftii Cifiars;
HOO boxei Ail.itiuintiiio and Sperm Cundleii;
HOO boxes liar und Fancy heaps ; . -loll
keir sup. carb. h.Hla ; ' 11
A lame smrk of Manilla llopo, ) 64 ' V Inch; tied
dud and CI 'W l.ioes; l'aluled 1'silsi iliooms; Churns',
Tubs; 111 ilh lloand Culls; Half lluekets; Cpire.; Pepper;
(linirer; t assiii; ltilis'i; lime Mlriol; Copperas; I'owib-r
Iu kejrs and ciin-s I'l. I.els, Cheese; Itulteraiul soda Hin.
culls, Ac., lor sale. Our stuck (Illinois excepted) will ul
limes he one of the lal-p-cit In this market.
Orders from our friends will coiiilu.iiid prompt atten.
lion. C'oilsiiiualtlll! ul I'roilitce are solu-iied.
IIAKKII, Willi. MT i CO.
Cii tal is II turn, AiM Il'k. r. lluVrw nt- (t.
II !-Tllk, I - ?(,..!....
JouH !'. hi'. ut, )
J" fit noooivotl
A K" fr 8'ile, nt the ulJ ctnud in Calluuin,
25 Mills. New Orleuna Uelniileil M ninnies.
10 Iibls. tin. do. do.
30 l!ne;9 tine 1: in ColTee;
fitli) (lulu. Cuba. .Mnlnssen;
2600 l.lis. I'l-uwii Siiyni's;
f.OIIO " OlflillL'S
lililOU " Hulled 'Icon nl! of whieli will le
sold low liy wholesale or i el nil.
Our Dry (Sootls Htoek is full nml fine, nnd us
low down in price in the lowest.
July ti H. K MAUTIN' .t SON
CZlUT5Iiri FJLD HOUSES'
IMMXDIA IK I. Y A T THE VEVOT,
Linos .. il.- v.ri ." .- "." """ rc-
,r,i , '" ......lai.ie anu i neiiiic Art, Indut-
inal ilaniifacture.. Afru-ullure, CaUoi,, l,;, ,, !
K.imiierin, .Millnork, and all Interest. .hM, tu. ,,:
of pracllcal x-leiir i calculated lo advance.
HeK.rts of f. . Patents iiialited are also' iiuMlshcd
every week. Including offlci.,1 tupin f , .,lrnl
Claims, together with li. t and iufoi uialiud upon Hum.
aiuls of el her subjects.
The Conn ibutors to the Scientific Ainet lean arc moons;
the mast emiiieiit scicutitle and practical men of thy
limes. The Kililorial llepartiuvlit i universally ac
knowle.lf;) to be rondiicli-d with irrent ability, and tu
oe (iiMin).-iiiMici, not only lor Hie excellence and truth
fulness of its discussions, but for the feallessnesx with
which error is combaleil and lalse theories exploded.
M.-ebaiiles, lovenlors. Kntrineers, Clu-uiist!. .Manufae
Inrers. Art-h-ulturists, and people of every profession III
hie. will Hod the cietititlc Anierlenii to be of jcrciit val
ue hi their respective callinirs. Its rnunsels and !uc
eestlous will save them hundreds of dollars annually,
besides affiirdius them a continual source of know-lcdKc,
Ihe experience of which Iv beyond pecuniary esliiui.te.
The .S V;rf.. . I M'l-iV.f ft is published once a Week;
every tiuiobcr contains ei(ibl larire .uarlo pit pes, fortuliifr
aniiually a complete and spletui:.! volume, illiiltrsud
with several hundred original Kiiravins.
rMteeiinen eopieaenl jrralis.
Tesvis ; Single subscriptions f'i a yer, or tt for ttx
nionlhs. Five copies, for six mouths, $-1; lor one year,
. I'or further club rales and for statement of the
fourteen birire cash priiei, offered by the publisher!,
lee Scientific American.
Southern, Uestern and Canada money, or Cost Ofuct
stumps, taken at par for ubscriptious.
Letters should be directed IP"-! pai.11 to
MI NN CO., U-i niton l New York.
( f ' Messrs. Muiin A Co., have been, for many yearl,
exl.-nsivel.v ensHeed in procuring patent! for new in.
ventious, and w ill advise inventors, without clnuire, In
repard lo the novelty of their improvements. (scpt'i
( liaiicrry Conrf at inIlsouvlll-
iltiTKMiiEil Rri.i:s, 18&5.
Henry llnves nJ XI. C. I'nrtcr,
K W. King niul W. V. A IS. M. I.illnnT.
J 1L1. uhiiiyca tlint defend.nit K. W. King
J rosiaes in the Mute ot ii-i;iiiih, jiulilicu.
tion is th-nefiire ordered to be lnude for four
Micocssive weeks in the Athens l'ont, i-ftiii itij
fiiid iion-iesideiit defeiidiiiit to iieiir ul, the
next term of irnid Court, nt tho I'nui't-huiiso
in Miiilinonville, on the Jst .MoiuIhv of lle
et nilicr next, and answer wiid coiiijiliiinnnts'
hill, or the mime will hu taken in confessed
nml heard iieeoi ditu;lv.
J". A. COITI.Y, C. it- it.
Se't M, 1835-lt . l'rs fee f 3 otil
Alahama street AllUKitU (irffiiit
My A. H 11 r; i; S, rroprlrfor.
TI" OCATION llicht of the car shed for past-cuper hy
A down Ir.iin; Left uf Lhc car hed for pnst iiern hy
up train. h. ID, 1S.0 ly-S.'D
Pliysioian tSa Siixgoou.
A tlti'iiM, .'S'i iin.f
J1TII.T. give his entire attention to tho practice of
V V .Medicine. UMIe Ninth ol the llridge. aufrH
p. i). cites;
A M Mi.ll.KIt IN
Agricultural implement and flachiiury
No. TJllroadway, Mill' V4)it9k.
iiifnf ff, i'ttMnttiH, '..(, Stnttr itUri-.
i'vrn Siftrrnt Htanrrtt, titrite I'tm't-rtt ttift '"fti'thhrrti,
(huibiriPif Tu-PHhi-rmtwi Win no went, und otit-r Auri
cultural Mitrti ne. may l-tl-:i!7
NO'I'I W, All piTHoim Indi'hteil to the unhurt her
ni-e respectfully noiifli'd that thy mtMt p;iv on nr
liefore the 'J.'nli day of Itccctnhcr next. If juiyitient h
ileliiyed heyond that time titteie will he ri'uinn-il in
ci v instance. JNO. MoKKIH.
Mc.Miuu county, Tcmi., S'-j-t 14, IS.VVtd
ft I'KW hoarder can Iil- aeconiniodaled ttt Ihe red
1 - ufiice ol the ttunncriher, W vst end of Atheint. The
Hiiiuilion in pleasant and retired, and convenient to
Forest Hill Academy. t jt 7 t. K. l.KHMiH.
ICKCI-.IVFII Fine Ihandy; Maderla
rry, Port, Muhiira and t'laret Inen. aiol hoiii;
line Jinuuicu Uuui ull Btiietly for inedicnl piuporitn.
Cepi , M. ill ii!
rjlvlh toihveriher wishes to huy a lnrpe quantlly of
J4 pioi neat, lor which lie wifi p;iy the Im'lifHt i.tur
kel price. Alliens. Aug. ill , KVij K. lil l.UKlt.
FHOiill tvliom ilniii) reiu-cnt,-) hereby
B K've iiotict thai no more credits will he extended
ami to alt ulio are indehted to ine 1 Any, come and pity
nit. My dehtn must and fhall be nuid, and in order to
do co i inu-i inni.e collections. M. Ill K3.
TIIK Fall A'.o;l of Mis. Cooke'! Meet ?ebool will
imoimiii'IH',1 ,,n M. v U I.. 11.1 1. I-
. Blrjil.lt- that all the scholars should be liresent. 10 that
tlie clust.es can be termed on that day. I Aui: Hl-tt
WHEAT WANTED !
A I.AIIliKlol of kooiI Wheat vumteil for nhlch the
hiKliest cab niui ket price will be paid, by
1'. II. KKITII .1 CO.
Wosrooa to XZlro !
TMIVK likely Xeifru .Men tu hire. Knipiire lit this
"Hy AH pel
Xl Note or Account, ii
i.ersous Indebted to tne, either by
are reiiuesled to come loi-Hnril
and make payment us I am compelled to have money,
mid inn ib-leriiiineil in wait no loiieer. All ib-bls not
aid ny the Iirst day of October til I be found 111 the
iiiinds of uu olliccr for collection.
Audit P. K. It t: Kill'. It.
eived, a larirH lot of Hie liiu.il anttroved and
lulest I'ditioiis, nnd lor Bale by
Aug a i.r.u. ii, iiiirp.
r A l WA Fl II A V TS W A .T I ' . I am
now paying ! per Acre, nug H ii. W. HOPS.
U A l WAIIII SII'S,-I will pay the highest
jl J cash price fur Laud Murrnnls.
Aug. 17-lf JOHN I.. Ill!IIKIi:S.
S. ii iv a ic ic K i'.i va ti: ii. iko.
A IlilllWN, of Mailisouville, wislies lo purchase l.iiml
V urrants, and will give tiie highest cash price. AugiT
BS A'I'Sl II ITS. The undersigned is receiving
S a large and handsome lot of Hats, including iiihiiv
new styles, such a! "ll ide Awake," "Yomig America,"
Ituii.irian." Ac. Also, the I'.inauia, Ijegborn, Fur.
Wool and I'n liuii af M ils, which will be sold at the lowest
lort of prices. A pi I) . H. KKVXoKll.-, tleiiton.
V 'l'o llorit) Wutroii for sub-by
liens, June ft B. K, Iti-.KIlKIt.
4"1I'i:'TMI Allir.Ns Ciindle, Abunnils,
V Pecans, Oranges, Uuioiii, te., Just received and
fur ink-by upriliill A. CI.K.MiK 4 CO.
Ki: r in nms now i; jn iiim:s.
Three of these celebraled labor-saving inachine!
on hand and for sale ut liiiinuluulurers' prices, by
limy 11 t). Ik. ItKI.IH.II.
IIOi: Vt.ti. 1 busbelsChne IVgs Just received
and lor sale. Aplii vr. n. nr. Mil. IIS, llenton.
TF.AV IKMI'I S AA SHl:S.-If you call
and exiiMiine onr siocx wiucn we are Just ope..nu.
leel assured you will hot leave before buvlnr it .sir
of Hoots or Plnies. I'or Ihe Ladles, we have the L-sl
Kid, C.ilf and I'ateilt liallers. for the (ieul.,nieii. Kin
tioat and liair isiioss.
C. r. k T,
and t' .ll Hoot
1lfJ lt nml Tubal ro, A large lot uf Cl
d article, Jusl received
AV. II. IOIVMILIiM.
MORHot Ihat So. 1 Tohllrro at the I'nrmeri
Cheap Store, by f. K. T. K. LIIIWIN.
if 1111. U IMI '(IIIAI'CO, flue article, and
xv iegars, li.r sal! by p 101 A. CLtVAfl K A CO.
)IA(I Kill Mi l,
la pniireb 5fHJ
-A (tooij bnrv-atn. Ajiply
"WLyO'N'iei:. W wnnt and iniisl hsve money. All
XSt Notes and Aocottiits In our possession l le In Ih!
y.-ar ls.4 must be aid louni'.liately, or you n.xy exicct
to p iy cost. Onr rule is only to sell on twelve months
crrd't.tlieu do l.ol be iurpri.-cd if vou sre sued at sny
lime. i a C. I. 4 T. r. OillON.
Jolin 11. e. AVenr,
t'. " ' ' !
FiniieUMeiiownti nnj .iitinea Mc-Gnwiiii,
N tliisense iiililieiitiuii ieorilercil to be imule
ful' four (iicceaaive weeks in the Atlieim
Tost, reijuii iiio; ilefemlnnt Jiunea ili-liowiui,
who li ne gone tn ini-ta uiiluinw ll, tn nppenr nt
next lenii of said I'hnneery l'i)in t, to lie held
at the Cinti t-lioiise in Mmlinoiix ille, on the 1st
MoinJny of Iieceinber next, nml nnswer com
ilniiiiint' bill, op the mtne will be Bet fur
lien t-i uj c.r parte n to him nml licuiii necorj
injtly. . J. A. t'Ol'l- IX, t'. if- JA.
ejt 1-1, 18o5-4t l'i'afeo3 tiu'l
lliiniel J. Slii ndei'.
IT iippeiii'injj from the iiniemlcl bill of nom-i
plititinnt (in whieli n divorce is pmyeJ for,)
t Jm t ilcfi'iiiliuit, Ibiniel ,1. Miindei-, luu le
nieved to pints tinlciiowii, publication is or-
tiered to ho minto lor lour etieee.ivo weeks
in Ihe Alliens 1'ost, requiring sniil iioii resident
il i-let (l;i ii t to iniike his peisoiiul nppeurnuca
t the next term of snid Clnineery Court, to
beheld nt t he t'oiirl.-liiiuso in MaJison ville,'
on thu Idt Moiiilny of Iieceinber next, iilid
iinuwer said nmemleil hilt or the rnnie will bu
set for lieuriug mid lieiud fj' parte. .
J. a. coi'KiN, a t jr.
.Sept 11, 1855-lt l'rs fee f 3 04
To the" Public:
rpjIE iiiideri'ijtned takes deiiHiire in inform--1
in;; the trairHiiir; cummvnitii, I lint he lint
mteoee.lcil in tittiiii; up n nent mid eonveniehl
lluclc, whieli he intends running Diiilv be
tween SU KKTWATKIl DU'tJT nnd MAMls
SJJXVII.LK, TK.NN. J'very itttentioii will li'
ili veil to render I iiisi'iii;el's comfort nlile, und
lit reimoiinble eluirges. The tiuvelling coui
iniiniiy will lind it lo their intercut to look
this vvny. A.NW1KWS IMVltS.
Sept 7 st aos
t lunicrrj Court lit nuilis-onville.
tjlll'TI'.MIItlt lii:ti-n, lti5.
John V. I.otspeeeli,
Alfred l.ol speech nnd his. wife, Susan Lot
speech, .lohii lletii y,' Jiiiney Ann uml Jnliiti
Mnry Lotfpeech, heirs of C. il. Lotspcech
dee'd ' ' ,
rpilli Hill charges that nil the defeiidunti,
L reside ill Ihe istute ol lnwii; pul.lical ion
is theiel'iiie oi-dcieil lo be innde for four sue
ecssivo weeks in the "Athens l'oat,' news
inper printed in the town of Al hens, Telin.,
rcijtiii iug the suid nou-resiiltiut dereiidnulsto
make I heir personnl iippeiirniieo nt the next
term of fiiid (.'lutiieery Court, to be held lit tho-
'nn it, IIoukc in SliitliHoii villi-, on tho 1st Moll
diiy of December next, nml iinwer complain
mils Dill tiled ngninst them, or the same will,
be set fur heuring us confessed, nml Iicurd it.
eoiiliiigly. J. A. COWIX, V. A M.
Kept 7 It at)3
Cook Stovos. .
'pilH unilersigned lias for Mile a rnrkly of Coor
Hloves latest nml most nnnroved tuittcriis. Tl.
castings nre beautiliil. The llimtitr Stub' Stor and
AVafie kti are cast nt Cliiciunati, Ohio, and the South--erln
r Is cnsl ill Ihe linotiille Koiiudrv. lie expects lo
have, In a short time, some beaullfiil lire Cloven fur
hciiuliiigriioiii. All who wish lo nurchasH a elo ui. and'
good aril, le lu Hie Clove Hue, will do well to call and
examine lor themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
Alllcm, ncpi si-ii-iitu J. . IILACKWKLL. '
AA Ui.S. .Tuva Coffee ;
()ll sfiiiiii lbs. ICio do.;
Sit ID lbs. I liibheil Niifnr
luil " ('iirneeas Iniliejo;
100 " SI ur Candles j
60 " Dupoiit's Kille Towder;
fit) " ' lilarting ,..
12 1 lb. C'nlin Knele J,,.;
2i in (.'aliens No I (iolden Syrup ; ' '
All ol' which will be sold us iisnnl. at Mm
very lowest prices.
nine K w.u. IIOUTON .1- CO..
New Spring & Summer Goods.
yV. OIjUAGE tts oo.
;Kiiow i-et'eiving mid openimf a very
liUL'e n ml well selected stock of SiHINU
AM) Sl MllliU dOOMS. to which Ihev r.
Hiierlfull v in ite I he nil ciil ion of sjiislnniers.
.t. . ... . ..i. : .. . :
i lien- miicit vouaieiH in pnci hi lAllll.'
)I!IS iiOODn I tern l'cs, 1 i
NiipkiiiH, Damnsk 'In bin l.inen, 'I'uw cliiiL'. ic.
Cotloiiudes, Salinelts, Tweeds, ile.
ilso, 1'iiiicy (iooils, rorle Mounaies. Cord
Cases, Tonlh iirushes, Cloth nnd lluir lirusli-
es, India Itiibbcr llressinc; ami I'lilf Cunibf,
Cnbns, l'ishinn; Lines, Musnns Lines, I'itciib.
sion Cups, Mutch 1 luxes, I'erfiilncry, Lubecs,
I'.xtriiels, roliimie, Llllli'lillllie, tllei'liune. Kob-
ci-ts' Crinite, Walnut fehiiving Soup, Varictas
ted lt.il l, Ac. "
Also. U.iti tief 8, 1 luls, Donl iiil Shoes, tu
gether Willi every variety of KlOAPY ilAlK
CLOTIIINU; Ilnrdwnre, tiueenswRve, ic. j
of whieli will bo sold utiiisiiully low. (iiv
them a cull, Ajtiil 20-tf-J4U
Land for Sale,
AVillium 11. Miller, bv his Uunrditti Tliomna
William II. Hunter, anil the other lie Irs of
Samuel Hunter, deceusej,
XN o'dimice to an interlocutory docree and
order of the Worshipful County Court of
Melt's ooiinly, Tennesson, at its September
Session, 185ft", I will proceed to go tipi.n tha
premises and sell to the highest bidder, for
vnsli, all the undivided interest which tha
said Willinm II. Willor Iiss in and to all tl
Lnmls of wliich siiid Samuel Hunter, died,
seized nnd possessed in said county, A credit
of twelve monlhs will be given upoo all ex
cept the siiin of sixty dollar, which must be
punl down, and note and pood security will
lut required and a lien retained for the residua
of the unpaid purehnsc money.
JAMK4 A. llOCSEn, Clerk.
Kept 1 1, 1 8J5-U l'rs fee M 864
ed .liiconets, ISrilliiiiiles, Lnwns, Cliullns,
us, I'liiin mid I'm ti c v Silks, Komict Itib.
one; Ditglislt nud I'reitch i'riiits of every
lyle; Ciiitaiii I'litils. Irish Linens, Linen