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Sp f ontjon frtf rtss.
Yonr dreamt of reputation, your swift deter
mination, jour impulsive pride, yor.r deep ot
tered rows to win a name, have all sobered in
to affection; have all blended into that new feel
ing which finds its centre and hope and joj in
Home. From my aoul I pity him whose soul
does not leap at the very utterance of that name.
A home I is tho bright, bleecjd, adored phanton
which sits highect oa the sonny horizon that
girdethlifel When shall it be reached? When
shall it cease to be a glittering day dream, and
become fully tnd fairly yours.
It is not the Lease, thongh, that may. have
its charms; not the fields carefully tilled, and
streaked with your ou foot paths; not the
trses, though their shadow be to you like that
f a giant rock in a wary land, nor yet is it
the fireside, vith it! sweet blaie-play, nor the
picture which tells you of loved ones, nor the
cherished bookj but more far than all the
it is the presence. The Lares of your worship
are there; thecttar of your confidence is there;
the end ol your worldly faith is there; and
adorning it all and sending your blood and pass
ionate flow, is the eestacy of conviction, there
at least you are beloved, that there you are un
derstood, and there your errors will ever ine t
with gentlest forgiveness; and there your lrou
bles wil be smiled away; that there you may
unburden your soul, fearless of harsh, unsym
pathizing ears, and that there you may be en
titely and joyfully yourself.
There may be those of coarse mould and I
have sen such even in the disguise of woman
who wnT reckon these feelings puling senti
ment God pity them, as they have need of
pity. Ik Marvel.
The Washington correspondent of the New
York Times states it as a remarkable fact that
Lieut. Hunter has previously been twice dis
missed the service, once dismissed the squad
ron, six times court martialed, and once before
a Court of Inquiry. He was first dismissed by
General Jacksov in lK.'JO, for fiirhtinjr a duel
with one Millir of Philadelphia. Subsequently
he was restored. During the Mexican war it
will be rente mberered, he was tried by Court
Partial and dismissed from Pinny's squadron
for disobediencs of orders. Soon afterwards
Judge 31 a. so .v, then Secretary of tie Navy,
gave him command f the Taney, in the Medi
terranean, and oa his return he was dismissed
for some alleged offence. Subsequently, Mr.
Fillmore was induced to reinstate him, and he
was put in command of the RainhrUije, with
which vessel he returned from the Brazil station,
because Commodore Salter did nor see fit to
lend him up the Paraguay to interfere in Con
sul Horns' quarrel, and' now he is dismissed
How they tie.
The Atlanta (Ga.) Intelligencer of the 23d,
las the following paragraph:
"It is stated in the Northern papers that
Johk P. Hale, the notorious New Hampshire i
.uwum, nvmg joinea the Jinow .Nothings,
will be the candidite of the Secret order for U.
8. Senator from that State."
John- P. Hai.e is, and has ben, since he
retired from the U. S. Senate, a citizen of New
York city, a member of the New York bar
How then can he be the Know Nothing candi
date for U. S. Senator in New Hampshire?
Henry Wm.so v, Esq., just elected to the U.
S. Senate from Massachusetts, is a native of
New Hampshire, and is about 45 years of ae.
He went to Massachusetts in 1830, poor a'lid
friendless, and worked as a journeyman shoe
maker at Natick. He took the "stump" in
1840 as the "Natick Shoemaker," in favor of
Gen. Harri o.v, and was himself elected to
the Massachusetts Senate in that year. He
was several times re elected, and in 1850 waa
the President of the Senate. Subsequently
he became the leader of the free soil party of
Massachusetts, and was twice their candidate
for povernor. In 1853 he was & member of
the State Constitutional Convention, and re
ceatly, we believe, pave his adhesion to the
Know Nothing movament. He is now the suc
cessor to the sat in the U. S. Senate lately occu
pied by the Hon. Edward Everett, and at
present by Mr. Kockville, appointed tempora-
Florida Bank Boxds. The National In
telligencer learns" that the joint British and
American Commission, sitting i London for
the abjudication of claims, have rejected the
claims of the Florida bank bond holders-that
the bonds issued by the bauks of the Territory
of Florida deciding that the holders must
took to the banks alone for payment.
The Contest. The Washington Sentinel of
yesterday, has the following paragraph:
"It was whispered in certain circles of this
city, yesterday, that the grand
CO ml i 1 of Vir
ginia Kn.w Nothings, wo, it is said, met in
Alexandria, on Thursday night, the 25th uit.,
r.Ominated, or expressed their preference tor
the Hon. James F. Strothek, as the candidate
of the order, for Governor of the Old Pomiu
ion. This gentleman, who was in Washington
yesterday, on being questioned in relatioi to
the subject, contradicted the report; but, not
withstanding this, it was insisted by political
clairvoyants, that it is a truth, and that Mr.
Strother himself "don't know" it. We merely
allude to the subject, as a floating speck in the
atmosphere of Washington.
More New States. The House of Repre
sentatives has passed a bill authorizing the peo
ple of" Oregon to form a State constitution and
prepare for admission into the Union. This
bill will be accepted,and Oregon will doubtless
bs admitted during the next Congress. The
admission of Minneeota cannot be delayed more
than two years. Kansas, Nebraska and Wash.
Kwun territories will soon follow, and then
Union will consist of thirt? si
x sovereign States.
Akswer to a Fair Correspoxdjcst. A la-
iay asked as whether we think an action for
breach of promise of carriage tan be sus
tamed against the writer of the fallowing vcc:
"Anjel! beneath whose folded win-,
My soul would rest,
Be mine, for lof Pve bought the ring,
And all the rest
Of those house treasures and etcetras,
U bK hevryo. ihoiriesbisstateto b.ttrhas!"
W a ; ri.,- ..u-cpss of an action for br-h
! . .'nilllKO ! !! r . !.. . ,
-, a more gittriat
w'''' " of prciise f povt;" nt-vtr
aoder oar bservaAioa.fETeaing Poat.
CIRCULAR for FALL TRADE OF 1854
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WE beg to inform our friends sad buyers o
Dry Goods generally that we ave made er.
Until preparation for our fall Mtlri. We shall
be prepared to show one of th larget and bet melec
ted Stock wo have ever offered; selected as usual by
ourselves id all the
LEADING EUROPEAN 3f ARRETS.
Our Establishment and business is now so well
known as being one of the tnott xtenire in this
country that it is hardly necessary to repeat what
we have oftea said before, viz: that we are prepar
ed to offer ane of the
Largest and most extensive.
Stocks of Foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods to be found in Ibis coun
try, embracing all that is new rich
and desirable in Dress Goods of every
variety, Cloths, Cassiu es. Lawn
Goods, Hosiery, Domestic Goods o
All styles, Carpets,
Floor Cloths, Rugs,
Keeping Goods. Ac, Ac, Ac,
WE ALSn OFFER
SOO CASES of Negro Plain nn1 Kernel ,f th
belt make and Stylet; 250 HALES Twilled mud
We pay gret... attention to these goods and are
prepared to mij ply the trade on the best terms.
It is our determination as it is to our true interest to
OL'Ii PRICES SO FULLY UNIFORM AND
As to secure popularity as well as to made our
tlOUSE both in its organization and extent worthy
the trade of the South and South- Went.
BANCROFT. 11ETTS A MARSHALL.
Nos. 209 A 211 Kiss St., Charleston, S. C.
July, 1851. 2-3-ly
7E have 20 tons assorted Iron. Made at the
Rolling Mil! in this place, and of the
Round and Squares 4. f. jf, II. i A 1 inch.
liar or Tire 2 X, 2 i, 2 2, 2 J. I li and
Bund Don UX?. Ui. 12.2XJ, 2J, 1
Xi, UXiandl inch.
Horse Shoe fa i and li J inch.
It is good Iron, and sold at Mill Prices bv tbs
quantity. JOHNSTON, SMITH A CO.
July 11 1854-2-32
JACKSONS, MILLER &. VERDERY,
Wholesale Dealer. in
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC, STAPLE A FANCY
MASON'IC hall bcildixo,
Wm. E. Jack so.-, 1 n . , , ,
Geo. T. Jackson, I U' & and Gl"U
t 'n if Hotel,
Jo. T. Miller, . ,raT. r .
K., t- ',, AUOLSTA, GA.
CAML. A. V KRPEKY. J
Merchants are respectfully invited to exam
ine our assortment and prices, with the assurance
that 'hey will get GOODS upon as yod terms as is
ny market South.
jJ5T" Prompt end special attention given to orders.
April 11 2-20-5m
NEW FALL GOODS.
"V 7"E are now rereivintr our full
goods, to which we invif!
Merchants doing business in Tenn
stock of fancy
the attention of
."fee. Our stock
consists of Combs, Buttons. Pins. Nee-'!rs, Supen-
j ders, Silk and Cotton Purses. Pori-M oinies, Look
ing Ulasses and nurors, Perfumery and lancy Soaps,
Ac, together with a large S'ock of Flax and Spool
threads. Sewing silk Ac. also School and Miscella
neous Books, Paper, and Fancy Stationary. Our
prices, terms. Ac. will rule as low as any house in
Charleston or else where.
DUNHAM A BLEAKLEY,
Au usta, Ga. 2-20 12m 2 39.
OOTS A SHOES Something new, justoaening
Aprii 2, '5:1. Orme, Wilson. A Co.
WE paid Ihe cash for every thing we bought,
We presert our Hoik, and will endeavor (
give satisfaction to tbofe who may favor us with a
call. That long credit extended by Johnson A
Smith will not be continued by us. We will sell for
cah, and t those who pay promptly.
2-48 SMITH A HARDIN.
THOMAS W. FLEMING,
Wjure-House and Commission Merchant,
7H0I.ESALE dealer in "Tennewe." "Ala-
bama" and "Georgia" PKuDrCE. Hie
stores are new and FlRK-ritoor cnre:ul!y construc
ted for the safe keeping of all consignments a de
sideratum long needed in this city. ...2-46-It
WM. TAYL OR CO.
Warehouse and Commission Merchants
Receiving, Forwarding and Ucncral Agentf,
Montgomery. A'n. ..
The subscribers, proprietors of the extensive Brick
Ware House situated at the end of the Montgomery
nd V.Vt Point Kail Road, are prepared to receive
and forward all goods for the interior of Georgia
and Tennessee with promptness and despatch.
They will also make liberal advances on all consign
ments of Produce, for which prompt returns will be
made at the customary rates.
WM. TAYLOR A CO,
Refer to Jno. Frain A Co., Charleston. S. C;
D'Antignac A Evans. Augusta. Ga.; Rice, Battle A
Co., Mobile, Ala.; Wright. Williams A Co., New-Orleans,
La.: An'd. Low A Co.,S.ivannsih. Ga.; A.Bell,
Chattonooga, Tenn. tnny 2:i-2-2C-ly
A SETS split bottom chair? well painted for sale
McLIN A HENRY'S.
At.nANV, May l'Jth, 1S53.
We hereby certify that Mr. P. I). Gates is our e
Anent for the sale of our Agricultural 3lachim in
Easi Tennessee. Signed
WHEELER, MELICK & CO.
THE above is a c.py of a certificate which I hnv
received from Messrs. Wheeler, Melick A CO.
I furnisn their celebrated llorte I'mrer, Threihe.r
and Srpnratert, Clover II idlers, aud other machine
ot their cath price free of coiiimiioiiont.
For Double or Two Horse Power, Thresher and Sep
arator, including belts, wrenches and oil-cens,
complete, $160 00
Double Power alone, including belt, 120 00
Do without belt, 115 00
Double Thresher and Separator, alone, 40 00
Single, or One Horse Power, Thresher and
Separator :;-iniiing belts, oil-cans, and
wrenches, complete 12S 0
ewgje rcsr, atone, including belt, o o
Do without belt 85 00
Single Thresher and Separator, alone, 38 00
Clover Duller?, 32 00
Straw and Stalk Cutters, for Horse Power, 32 00
Circular Saw Mill, with 24 inch Saw 38 00
One Horse Power, without band wheel S3 00
Churn Gearing 13 00
Baud Wheel, 5 00
Band for Power, ' 5 00
Double Power, with combined Thresher. A
Winnower, including belts. wrenches.Ac, 245 00
Combined Thresher and Winnower, alone, 125 00
Er Orders solicit I. Address
P. D. OATE3,
12 liroadtcay, JVeic York City
New York, May 20th, 1853. 1-39-ly
HEAD Y-M A I) K C IA Vi lli KG.
TT7"E bave a good supply of R ady-made Cloth-
1 f ing Over, Dress, Sack and Frock Coats
Black Doe Skin and fancy Cassimere Pants Some
extra double breasted Satin Vests, also. Tweet
Vests Merino Wool Shirts aud Drawers, and good
Linen Shirts, for sale by
5-43 SMITH A HARDIN.
SMITH & HARD IN,
Sacccori to Ji,huon Smith.
HAVE received their Mock of fall and winter
goods. Their pure' a3 1 were made in Phil
adelphia aud New York, a- d c tnsivt of Ladies'Diess
Goods such as Cr aimers. De Lanes, Alpacas, De
Bege, Prints. Ginghams, Jacnetts, S wises,
ISatk ik aud fluid lAr.dtey.
A ifaod niipply of Satinett. Orange Cadet, Blue,
Llatk and Grey Colors all Wool Tweeds, Cassi
vattt. Blankets and Lady's Sack Flannels 2-4S
LOT OF GOOD IRON, for sale by
Jonsso.f, Bell k Co.
TTMBRELL.1S AND PARASOLS
U eitri. at dec 21 JOHNSON, BELL
Mcdii inc for sale by
J.iHvsoN, Bull A Co.
.-Ui-'ci ior tor sale at
JOJi-MiON, BELL 4 CO.
i IJ Al
W. A. READ ct- CO
CARI N ET-MAKEflS 1 UXDEHTAKEKS,
1MIE subscribers would respectfully call your at
. tention to their stock of CABINET-WARE now
on" band, and to which they are constantly making
additions, at their Ware-Rooms. South-west corner
of Cumberland and Water Streets, which embraces
nearly all the leading articles of modern styled Fur
nitnre now in general use. such as Sofas, Sideboards,
Rureans, Beadxtead of every description, Pedestals,
Wardrobes, Cefre, Sofa. Cnrd. Extension, Dining and
Rrcakfn.t Table; Rooking. Parlor and Reeded
Chairs. Book Cases.PierGlasses.Cradles.Crihs.ctc.ete.
Their Furniture is all made by good workmen, and
of the best material, and in style and quality will
compare favorabe with that manufactured in the
Northern cities, and elsewhere.
You are respectfully invited to call and examine
their stock of Furniture, feeling assured they can ac
commodate yon with any article in their line of bos
ins aes.nd on the most reasonable terms. j7-t
House, Lot and Livery Stable fr Sale
I HAVE the Hou.e, ott and Livery Stable in thi
town of Loudon, Tenn., on which there is run
ning water, fronting Atlanta street, No. 178; and
contains fr m j to one acre, which I will sell low.
Apply to the Editor of tho Free Press, or to
' JAMES W. NELSON,
ocl8tf-n50 Knoxville, Tcnn.
TN the vicinity of Loudon on
the 6th inst., fou
Xsbeets(100 in each) of three cent, Postnpe Stamps
A liberal reward will be
the in at this office.
Oct. 16th, 1854,
given lor tee delivery o
G. W. A VPLETON f- II. PERRY,
Cabinet Makers and Undertakers,
Loudon and Campbell's Station, Tennesse
TITHE undersigned would respectfully
I return his thanks to the citiz ns
of Monroe, Roane and Blount county,
for the vory liberal encouragement
he has received, and hones bv strict
attention to business to merit a continu-
ance of the same. I hope shortly to complete ar
rangement by which I .will bt able to fill orders
for furniture more promptly than I have hereto
fore done. Any kind of furniture made to order at
short notice. For tho quality of my work I re
fer to all who have ever purchased any of me and
the price will be as usual, ns cheap as like article
can be purchased any where else in East Tennessee
G. W. APPLETON.
N. B. THREE Journeyman Cabinet-makarg can
have constant employment, and good wages at our
hop in Loudon.
TWO apprentices wanted between the age of 17
and 19 years, we will give $50 per year and board
for the first year tc each.
WANTED 2000 feetof walnut plank for which
we will pay 2J cents per foot, cash on delivery.
2-25tf Q. W. APPLETON A. II. PERRY.
" MEDICAL NOTICE.
FRANK BOGART, M. D., -
OFFERS his service to the Public in the various
Departments of his Profession. y"Office 3d
Door South Bogart's Hotel. aug 23 2 37 ly
ARNOLD'S PATENT SASH LOCK.
HIRAM BOQART of Loudon is an authorized
Agent of the Patentee, Wm. E. Ansoi.n, to
sell tho right of Territory, to use, and vend to oth
ers to be used "Arnold Patent Snh Lm k." For
simplicity and convenience, this trick is just wlmt
the inventor designed it to be, decidedly the best
thing of the kind yet invented. Those who are un
der the necessity of proping their Sash up with
Stick, Fir-hovcl, Touq, Bool;, and what not,
would do well to avail themselves of an apportunity,
for aomething better. This arrangement is neat
and durable, and not liable to get out of order aud
withfti is rery cheap.
July I2th, 1854.-2-32tf.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
IS now rccivingand opening at the stand opposite
the Post Office, a general stock of fall and win
ter goods, which he is determined to sell ujo the
most favorable terms for cash or produce. His
stock embraces all articles kept Jry retn-'
this country. euo ".'
mere, df !.' ' "
wiire, ic, Ac Come one, come
place to get your money back."
riIIE firm heretofore existing under the name and
J style of Johnston, Smith A Co., is this day mu
All debts made and owing by the firm will be
paid by Jas. II. Johnston and .1. Rulus Smith.
All persons indebted to us either by note or ac
count, will make payment to J. II. Johnston or J.
Rufus Smith, both of whom are- authorised to close
up the bussiness.
Jas. H. JOHNSTON,
J. RUFUS SMITH,
J. L. JOHNSTON.
Loudon, Tenn., Sept., 16. 1S54.
I Store, formerly owned by Johnston A Smith by
J. Rufus Smith, (of tho old firm of Johnston i
Smith) aud P II. Hardin, un:b r the style and firm
of Smith A Hardin.
.1. RUFUS SMITH,
2-42 P II. HARDIN.
HEM o V AL.
V. T. LOWE
HAS removed his stock of Goods, and the Tost
Offiee to the Brick store formerly occupied by
W. P. Truiu C;). !U Las just received his Etock of
IT".j1 e3 Winter G-ood.
to which he invites the attention of the pubiie.
McLIX & HENRY
RE receiving their stock of fall and winter
goods, consisting of general nssortments.which
tliey offer on the most rersonable terms call and
, riii'mo oeioreyou purcnaso uiFcwnerc. 0ct 18.
J . & W. KIM IS HOUGH,
NOW have and design keeping a quantity of
Sl'ONE COAL AND COKE
at their landing on Tennessee river, 12 miles west
of Kingston. Letters addressed to them at Belleville,
Roane co., Tenn., will be promptly attended to.
J. A W. KIMBROUGH.
May 9, 2S54 Oct. 14, 1853 ly
CRUSHED, powdered and brown sugar. Coffee,
J black and green iea, spines Ac
for sale by
GILMER, TAYLOR & CO.
For the sale of
WESTERN PRODUCE AND GROCERIES
IpSr Warehouse on Commerce and Tennessee
Refer to Jno. Frain A Co., Charleston, S. C; D'
Antignac A Evans, Augusta Ga.; Rice Battle A Co.,
Mobile, Ala ; Wright Williams A Co., New-Orleans.
1 .. . i i,i T l n O V r.
L.a.; An'd. Low A Co.
bavannah, Ga.: A. Bell,
THE ATLANTA REPUBLICAN
IS the tii.le of a weekly newspaper published in
the city of Atlanta, at two dollars ner annum
It is by far the best paper published in that eitv.
and contains a Price Current carefully arranged,
and corrected weekly.
Those who desire to read an interesting Journal
and see a weekly report of the prices of the lead
ing articles bought and sold in the Atlanta MhjW
would dojwellto order the "RepHblieam."
Post Masters, and our friends and acquaintances
generally in Cherokee Georgia, and in Tennessee,
re reepecuuily requested to act as Agenu ia es
nding the circulation of our paper.
JAMES R. SMITH. )
2-51-3m A. G. WARE. f
"I F the Li 'lies want FineDre Good cheap, call at
UITCVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
PUIS INSTITUTION was founded ly the State
of North Carolina in lTSj as Davhiron Acade
my, it oecame oumoeriann lonege in isuo aim
University of Nashvil, in 1826.
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT, .
Will be re-opened under a new Organization, and
with new Buildings on the First Wednesday of Oc
Rev. EDWARD WADSWOBTH. D. D.. Prof, of
Ethics and Belles Lettres.and Ch'm of the Faculty.
Rev. J. W. McCOLLOCGIl, D. D. Prof, of Ancient
ALEXANDER P. STUART, A. M., Prof, of Math
ematics and Natural Philosophy.
Rev. J. B. LINDSLEY, M. D. Prof. f Cneraistry
and the Natural Sciences.
Tuition $73 per annum Marticulation fee $5.
THE ..AW DEPARTMENT,
Will also be opened rn the Crst Wednesday of Octo
FRANCIS B. FOGG
G. Es.,.. "I
PER. Esq., V;
5r. Esq. J
WILLIAM F. COOPER. Eso., V Professors.
Fees for Lectures $100 perannum.
THE MEDICAL DEPAUTMELT,
Closed its first Session w ith 121 Stndcn's and 33
Graduates: its second with 152 Students and 2 Grad
uates, and iu third uith 220 Students and 71 Grad
uates. The fourth Annual Course of Lectures will com
mence on Monday the 30th of October next, and
continue till the first f tho ensuing March.
Hubert M. Porter, M. D., Prof, of General and
J. Jierrin Liiim Vey, 31. D. Prof, of Chemistry and
Dean of the Faculty.
C. A'. Wi niton, 31. D.. Prof, of Materia Medico and
A. H. Kncta inn. 31. D. Prof, of Surgicial and
77i; II. Jeutiin;, 3f. I).. Prof, of Institutes of
Medime ami Clinical Medicine.
11'. A". ISoictimj. 31. P., Prof, of Theory and
Pracl-ce of Medicine.
JIiuu 31. Wotiou. 31. l) Prof, of Obsretries and
the Diseases of Women and Children.
Paul t Ere, 31. P., Prof, of Principles and Prac
tice of Surgery.
WilliuiH T. Jii i'jijo, 31. D. Demonstrator of Anat-
The Anatomical rooms will be opened for students,
on the first Monday of October.
A full Preliininnru coume of Lectures, free to all
Students, will be given by the Professors, couimenc- j
ing on the first Monday of October. I
A Clinque has been established, in connection with .
the University, at wheh operations are performed
and cases prescribed for and loctmed upon in pies- '
ence of tho class.
Airangemenets have been made to accommodate j
all patients requiring surgicial opemtious. ;
Amount ot Fees for Lectures m t.u is u pnrtmcni
is $105. Matriculation Fee. (paid once t nly,) $5;
Practical Auutopy, $10; Graduating Fee $25.
Good Board can be obtained for $3 per week.
The Annual Announcement giving a full account
of the several Departments of the University may
be hid by applying to A. V. S. LINDSLEY,
2-35 $ 10 Secy Board Trustees.
P. D. GATES,
l'roduee X Cintitnisiioii .llirehant, and
GENERAL COMMERCIAL AGENT
No. 12 Hrosidway New York.
TT'ECLTES orders in a prom
t and business-like
j manner lor iui nuui'i, un.ii'i .u.-ix-ji
. .... . ii ii i i.ir
CLOTHING. Hats, Caps, lioiinets. lioots, Mioes, t,r
reries. Crockery. Hardware, and Merchandise goiier
erallv: Machinery, AgrioulMral Implements. Musical
Instruments, Furniture, Carpets. Carriages and Har
ness, and in short, ai-v tiling that jm be iiia!ni":.c-
'iirc i. or lii.'it nifiiey Mit buy in this city
CitltslMii'-'i)! s-oli-'ife'l :npl flir.-J liiiti.it
T'lfftrrt: I'eoti'f-". I 'I ' . '.lh1'i. ii-.firit
vi' : s ) . t v .
f ( :,.;.
J'roiluee. Puichases and calcs iu.i L- !" tj',vct '.'( ut
and State Si-M-ki, l.i) W a it k ants, Ac
y1;-lJ Orders v;iii the Cash, or for good
froui Merchants u stood credit, will meet
prompt personal attention.
Dee. 11,152. P. D. GATES.
N. B. I will also furnish any of the following
named machines, made by Wheeler. Melick A Co
Albany, N. Y., at their lowest cash prices, free
commission, to-wit: Whicler's Patent Railway Chaii
ILrse Powers, for nse or two horses. Overshot Thresh
ers and Separators for Double or Single Power: Com
bined Threshers and Winnowers for Double Power,
Clover Ilullers, Circular Saw-Mills with 24 inch Saw,
and Ccm-S?alk Cutterr. P. D. G.
V. D. GATES.
; - iroyyF.KCHAXT
.v. .. ..-'OirTroiluce Sold, s ml Orders rr"C.m,t-
I'xcculed for any description of Merchandise kent
or sale in this City.
A FAIR PROPOSITION.
ANY person suffering from, or afflicted with any
of the following diseases, can. either purchase
medicines for the same at reasonable prices, or if
preferred, by agreement of the pirtie. on a specifi
ed sum, can have a guarantee or no charge for med
icine in case of failure: Scrofula eruptions, on the
su-face or skin, nick head ache, costiveness, disor
dered liver, stomach, or kidneys, jaundice, dispep
sia. flux, diseases arising from an impure state of
the blood, or injudicious use of mercury, rheuma
The a here medicines with directions to be had by
application at Dr. AY. R. Hurley's Drug Store, Lon
don, Tenn. 2-42. 6m.
GUENVIIXE li CO.,
General Comm ission Merchants
207 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH. GA.
Keep an Oilice at Chattaxooua, Tenn., ami
will make ii'lviinccs at tlint point on COT
TON,(JRAIN itml oth. r Produce sent
them f'r sale.
Commission for selling Cotton, 50c hale.
Other Produce, 5 cent.
riFTl I S F.SS lb N
ODD FELLOW'S FEMALE COLLEGE,
HAWKINS LODGE, NO. 41, I. 0. O. F
Rev. ANSON W. CUMMINGS.D. D., Principal.
Miss LUCY S. RUGGLES,
Miss C. F. STARK,
Miss F. R. SHAW,
(Two places io .""nrjlied.)
Poof. HENRY SCHWIMU, Instrumental and
Dr. J. 11. CULLEN, Prof. Vocal Music.
Miss M. F. MITCHELL, Penmanship.
Mrs. SOPHIA SCHWING, Needle Work, Ew
broidcrj'. Ac. Ac.
1 11 HIS Institution will be opened for
I tion of pupils on Wednesday, the 6th of Sep
Payments for Board and Tuition must be made
half yearly in advance to the Treasurer of the Col
Boarding for Collegiate year of ten months, inclu
ding fuel, lights. rooms and lodging, $ 1,50 per week.
Washing 37i cents per dozen.
Instruction in Primary Class $10 00
" Junior " 30 00
" Senior " 35 00
" Music and use of Instrument 40 00
Lssons in F.-ench. Latin, Drawing, Painting, 16 00
Each pupil, whether boarding in the Institution
or not, will be charged one dollar entrance fee.
No extra charges.
Circularsof the School, in pamphlet form, tor
roshed by mail on application to the undersigned.
Those who may have it in contemplatian to pat
ronize the School are respectfully requested, in all
acses, to advise the Secretary by wail or otherwise
at their earliest convenienbe. 2-38 3m
E. J. ASTON, Sec'y.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Joxath
Davis, deceased whether by note or account,
are hereby requested to make payment without de
lay, and those having cl lims agaiust the estate are
requested t" present them legally autheDtiacted
within the time prescribed bv law,
iChas.T. P.bWIS. 1
2-23 ly -NANCY P DAVIS. Exenetor
Q H tACU.S Liverpool Sail for sale by
l)UU rf It CRMS WLL60S A CO.
! R E M 0 V A L .
DR. W.L. WHITE.haviog removed next door to
Leuty's Hotel, will be happy to wait on any
who may want anything in his line. lie will con.
, stnntly keep on hand a fresh and genuine supply of
; Dmcs, Medicines. Paints. Oils, Turpentine, Varnish
t es. Tobacco. Cigars. Indigo, Madder, Brushes, Per
; fiimery. Soaps, Soda: and will promptly wait on any,
'. who may need his professional service 2-24tf "
. L. f- J. i WILLIS.
Jashionafcle B.ot Makers,
AVE just received one of the best supplies of
atcnals ever brought into Et Tennessee,
id are prepared to make lit MIT in the
best and most fashionable style, on short notice; and
re.-pectfully solicit a lileral patronage. Our work is
warranted not to be surpassed in East Tennessee, or
elsewhere. Reptirimtj of all kind, done with neat
ness and dispatch. Jan. 5, 852. 9
0 I02KX No. 1 French Calf Skins,
just receivfd by
April 9.'53. 2
J. Li: J. W. WILLIS.
ALL kinds of Eutowah Iran for sale at
McLIN A HENRY'S.
Hrick Block. no I-tf
'OA Bajrs Rio Coffee just received
and for sale
O v7 low for cash or produce. r-if- Brick Block
McLlN k HENRY.
Mel.in fc Henry wish to purchase all .hetrheot
they can get, for whii:h they wilt githeve
highest market priee. Loudon. Dec. 2.
RANKIN, PULLIAM & CO.,
mporters and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign
AND DOMESTIC STAPLE & FANCY
A ND RE A D Y-MA DE CL O THING,
K. 131 Meeting Street, s
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
I R. W. Pr i.LlAM, j I A. I). SMITH.
May 653. 1 24 tf
W ORLD'SFAIR .
THE present age istrnly a great era, in the World's
History. Coloric engine. Magnetic Ttlegruphs,
Ac. And the Arts aud sciences so improved in point
of correctness and simplicity,, that itouly requires
one fourth of the time and expense, now, to gain a
competent knowlcdsre of many of ihe Arts, that was
re.iuired 20 years ago. F r sxarcpie. Twenty years
ago it reijuircd from 10 t- 20 days to learn the art of
(Janneut Cutting: n"W by .'he aid of
J. S. QOU HAM'S
Improved Garment Cutler, any Lady of common ca
pacity can gain a practical knowledge of tim truly
interestion and necessary brai th of domestic econo
my, in from 1 to 2 days. By this Best Rule of Gar
ment Cutting, the Ladies are up with the Ta.lor.and
in many case they render more satisfaction t ian the
Tailor their Coats, Pant3and Vests, lit neat easy
and fashionable This work is now selling in 14 o
the Southern ana Wester States. A part of the Wes
tern and all the Eastern States are yet for sale, and
Iain giving a most extraordinary chance t make
money in the sale of the Copy Right of States, Ac,
for further information as to the sale of the Copy
Right, Orders for Pat torus, Ac, address me Post
Paid at Louisville, Tenn.
JAMES S. BONIIAM.
Pnhliher ifr Proprietor
IL copartnership of Wm. P. Tr.itt A Co.,
devolved on thelSrh day ..f July last by
of Wm. P. Truiu. T!, business of tlie
mi wil; be .settled by the uudorsiirtied.
Loudon, Tenn, P. A. J-CRANTON,
Nov. 1S54. 2 4. Surtireiiig Partner.
1IIIID. Lovenng's Philadelphia syrup, this
an extra article, not surpassed by any thing
he syrup kind for sale by
SMITH A HARDIN.
BAKER & WILCOX,
April 11 2-20-ly. -AUGUSTA, OA.
W. T. LOWE,
' '. -Ei-;;lly.T- r t ..-.;-.T 77(c, U-
TJAS onhnnd a lar,-;e and beautiful assortment,
to which be inviUv the attention of the public.
T)XG5-iB AGS. 1 00,000 LBS. WANTED!
XV-Call at the Pout Ae, if you want bargrins
for your Ray and Move. '
ap 9 - - - W. T. LOWE.
GEO. W. MAYO, Proprietor.
THIS is a Crst class HOTEL, and is conveniently
situated for Passengers either by Railroad or
j Steamboats; is also Office for sale of TICKTS on
I Railroad to Dalton. .Savannah and Charleston, and
on Stage to Knoxville. Every effort used to render
Guests 'comfortable. jan 31. '54 2 10 tf
Fisk'i Patent Metalic Burial Cases.
rihese Cases aro Air-tight and Indestructable.
I For protecting and preserving the Dead for or
dinary Interment, Vaults, or Transporiation, they
answer a very desirable purpose.
The undersigned has, and expects to keep on hand
an assortment of the above cases, which be offers to
the public on reasonable terms. J. W. CLARK.
Loudon, may 20, '53. 20tf
THE firm of "Wheeler A Delzell was this day dis
solved by mutual consent. All persons indebt
ed to the late firm will please come forward aud
make payment without delay, or close their account
by note. J. M. WHEELER,
J. N. DELZELL.
Loudon, Sept. 20th, 1354. 2-44 tf
JAMES H. RENSIIAW Jt CO.
North Ke.t corner Gay and Church S't.,
EG leave to return to their friends and the
public thanks for the favor so liberally hereto-
iore bestowed upon thcin.
J. II. R. A Co., hoping to merit their future paron
age, would inform the public that they are prepared
to fill all orders they may be favored with, for any
article in their line, on as reasonable terms as can be
had in this market. They keep-constantly on hand
erery variety of furuiture made by superior work
men, iu the neatest and most durable form.
Also, a large assortment of t'tnk's JTtttaHc Bu
rial 'ae. These cases, now coming into general
use, are admited by all who bave witnessed their
merits to be superior to any other kind of Coffins for
depositing in vaults, for ordirnary iDterraents, or for
transporting bodies. They are impervious to damp
ness, and pertectly air-tight. 2-15tf
"KICHMOtfD DAILY DISPATCH,"
BY J. A. COWARDIX.
SERVED to mail subscribers at $ 4 a year, in ad
vance. Weekly Dispatch $1 per annum.
Richmond, Va. 2-33 2m
To Farmers, Merchants, Machinists,
Carpenters, Millers, ferriage Makers, Shoe Maker
For Safe at I,enoir's, Tent
NE pair of Tennessee Burr Mill Stones, three
and a half feet in diameter, new and better than
common; and excellent set of Wagon Harness for
six horses; the Running Geer of and old rarriaga,
pretty good and substantial; some fine Durham cat
lie and Berkshire Hogs; a few new Turning Lathes
at from twenty to fifty dollars; Bench Screws of good
wood and well finished; a few bushel of clover seed
clear of all noxious seeds and trash of every kind,
march 14 6m WM. LENOIR a BRO.
A. H. HURLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
AyrlA 3, 18H. M
E. WAYMAN & CO.,
CA1SII I A( ; I-'. MA K KIIS.
XTTILL make to Order ALLdesi-9,iCr2
f V tioni of Pleaanr Carriage, '" K.'J-"ZJ
the best manner and latest style, and Warranted tot
12 months, if properly used. They are determined
to woric the bet material and workman, and sell as
low as the same kind of work can be had elsewhere!
They return their thanks ta their liberal patron s.ani
solicit a continuance of their favors, and invite l to
call and examine their work before purchasing else
where. Harness, of all descriptions will also be furnish-
ed to Order.
Repairing, promptly done in tbet manner.and
on terms to suit (be times. July 1553. 1-35 ly)
ORME, WILSON it CO
ATTEND punctually to all Produce nt them
either to be forwarded, or for sale.
PERSONS shipping Bacon from this place eaa
be supplied with hbds or boxes by
ORME. VTILSOX ICO.
A "l BOXES Virginia Tobacco, diferent Brands,
just received and onenug unusually
Cfin WINDOW Sash and 20 Pannel Doort for
JULju 5 sale low by ORME, WILSON A CO.
Cases Boots and Shoes are bein received and
opened by sept 22 Okm a, AVn.so.v & c.
1 in SACKS Kio Coffee for sale by
JJ 2-24 ORME. WILSON & CO.
FEW bbls. fine Golden Svrup for salelbyl "
ju5 ORME, WILSON Jk CO.
"IVTOW opening the largest and finest assortment f
11 Ready Made Clothing ever offered here by,
ORME. WILSON A CO.
PRODUCE Of all kinds, bought by
April 2. '53. ORME. WILSON A CO.
"k U.S. Winter Strained, Sperm,
Linseed Oils, just received and for
April 2, '53. On me, Wilsos Jt Co.
j fi ROCERIES A f'M sav.ply atwaysoi hiMidani
f " .T. fir "!e f'rcnsh or produce, by
April 2, ORM E, WILSON A C.
Buhels of Corn wanted by
fnolO-tf McLIN A HEN RT.
1 00 DPO I''c-riflt.,''n.eng.CoIumboand
A v ' v- V v.. V Snake Roots wanted, and for
which a liberal nrice will be paid bv
jnne 5 ORME, WILSON A CO.
il'fll I;iows. S.l.d B.x Vices and AnviJji. for
by jn 5 ORME, WILSON A CO.
w-Crbnis Tle-bfii!ci .f;Inqse for
'-" j.-.a sale by
illtME. WILSON A CO.
KOLLED IRON of all for sale by
at2 . Otime. ffn.w.i A C.
TilE AMERICAN'S FRIEND ! ! !
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS.
To tlie Citiirn of the l.'nited State;
I most humbly and sincerely thanltyou for your
immense patronage which you hare bestowed upon
my Pillj. Itakotlis opportunity of stating that
my Ancestors were iill American Citizcns,and that I
entertain for all that concerns America and Americ
ana the most lively ympathies, so much that I orig
inally compounded the?e Pills expressly to suit your
climate, habits, constitutions, and manner of living,
intending to cstnblish myself among yoa which I
have now done, by Inking premises in I.'ew-York.
33, Corner of Ann and A" Street. Xeir- York
PURIFICATION OF THE BLOOD, AND LIVER
AND BILKHS COMPLA.'N
The Ckiiens of the Union snff .r.niuch i'-om disor
ders of the Liver and Stomach, scarce I r any ar
free from lha influence of tneedetrntr!ive malad!j
when, distresring to nay, many loose the r teet
good looks, whiie vet in the heydav of such sad
evils my he effectually remedied by i i utinuully
keeping the tioodpnre, nnd Liver n:id St nach in a
healthy action, when life will flow smoothly, and re
semble plants in a congenial clime, where an eternal
spring appears to reign. At it regards the preserva
tion of the human frame, and the duration of life,
much may be affected, and I say fearlessly, that health
and life can be prolonged for many years beyond
tbepordinary limits, if Holloway's Pill's are taken
to iify the blood according to the rules laid down
forhealth contaiirS-1 il the directions which accom
pany each box.
A CASE OF WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY, 07
10 YEARS STANDING. CURED BY
Copy of a Letter from Captain John '.:.'. Attor
Howe Aeic- Fori-, dated .la una ry ith, il'.-t.
To Professor Holloway, ."8, Corner Ann and Nassait
Streets, N . Y.
Sir, It is with the roosf heartfelt pleasure I cava
to inform you that I h'ive been restored to health
and strength by taking your l'ii's. For the last tea
years, I suffered from, a derangement of the Liver
and Stomach, and was reduced to such an extremity
that I gave up my Ship, never expecting to go to Sc
any more, as I had tried every Remedy that was re
commended to me. but a to no purpose; and had
given myself up to dspair, when I was at last re
c aminended to take your Pills. After using them
for three months, the result is that I am now in better
health than I bave been for eleven years past, and
indeed as well as ever I waa :a my life. Yon are
quite at liberty to. make this known for the benefit
of others. I remain, Sir, yours respectfully,
(Signed) JOHN JOHNSON.
T heie celebrated Pill art teondcrfully ejfieaeiou in
the following complaint:
Ague Debility Head-ache
Scrofula or King's Asthma Dropsy
Evil Indigestion Bilious Complaint
Bl'tcheson the skin Female Ir
Seco dary Symfi- larities
Stone and Gravel
v --.falI kind
T, I r
Worms of all kind
Constipation of the Retention of Weakness, from
Bowels Urine whatever cause
Sold at the Establishment of Professor Hol
loway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and 24 St!1"?
London, and by all respocubla Druggists kuj jj,
ers of Medicines thraugheut the United State, fav
Pots and Boxes, at 23 cents. B2J ients, and $ leach?
jZS There is a considerable saving by taking the,'
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patient in.
trj disder are affiaed to each Box.
RO WAND'S '
Warranted to Care
FEVER & AGUE Ac.
JB2T Sold by Dr. W. R. Hurley Druggijt,
don, Tenn. june 13-ly
SYRUP OF BLACKBERRY ROOT,
For the Cure of
5r For tale in Loudon Tenn. By Dr. W. It
Hurley Druggist. june 13-ly
"OH AHA LCS- Bcon and Lard want
v, VWU ed and for whirh a liber
price will bo pa.d by(ju5) ORME, WILSON A Co
INGLINSn Solid B .x-Vices, BolIows.Anvils and
Hammers form ths aiso. German Blister and
Casteel for sale by ORME WILSON A Co.
Jso. W. A S. B. O'Bru.i, Proprietors, Cleved
land, Bradlev CO.. Tenn. Suhfrrir.fi
and a limited space devoted t" Advertiments, at
the usual rates.
JOIIXSOX, BELL & CO
ARE Agents for, and have on hand a supply of
Dr. Christies Galvanic Belts, Necklaces Brae,
leu and Magnetic Fluid; also Dr. D, C Morehtada