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"EXCITEMENT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE." "Bombardment of Washington proposed!" Such U the heading of n article in a New York pnper, purporting to give the proceed ing, of an indignation meeting at Lumber vill,N.II,ontl.o9th nit, in reference the insult offer, to the President at ulu ington, by an eg? flung from the hand or one Jeffords. The principal speaker on the occa sion wa Jotham Pierce, Esq., (no relative of the General's sinco his name is spelt different ly) and its eloquence was received with rapt attention and thunderous applause. We here give with the principal parts of this remarks Me speech. The parallel drawn is worthy of Plutarch, although not precisely in his stylo. "An egg, fellow-citizens, has been cast up on the hat of our honored President ! By this base aet the vnlunhle Hat of His Excel lency has been seriously damaged, but this insult has a deeper meaning and wider range the Government itself is insulted, and by whom! I ask, sir, by whom! Will you tell me that the wretch who throw the egg is the party of whom redress should bo sought? I corn the conclusion. How would such pro ceedings be regarded by foreign potentates? What would the Emperor Nicholas suy to it? The city of Washington, sir, is then respon sible for this insult. Her inhabitants are guil ty of the crime, and shall they escape deserv ed punishment? No. Let Washington liko Greytown be blotted out. Immense ap plause. Let the world know that our Gov ernment, from the lowest to the highest of its ollichils, is not to be insulted with impu nity. It may be said that some of the people of Washington are American citizens and in nocent of the crime. So were they of Grey town. Is there anything in the character of the city which calls for mercy? It was said of Greytown that most of its inhabitants were peculators, disorderly persons and niggers. Can that be denied of Washington? I ask, why shnuld Greytown be destroyed and Washington spared? Is the nose of an ob soure chnp like Borland, of higher national importance than the Hat of our honorod Pre sident1 Sir, I offer tlio following resolution : "Resolved, In view of tho enormity of the outrage offered to the President, Franklin Pierce, by the City of Washington, that Sec retary Dobbin should be directed to instruct Commander Hollins to proceed with the sloop of war Cyano to that city, nnd to open upon it with all his guns for two hours, without intermission; and in case anything should then remain standing, to land a party of ma rines and burn nnd destroy the residue ar.d remainder, unless tho authorities shall hum bly beg pardon of tho President, nnd purchaso for him a new Hat of such quality and cost as he shall select and approve." Legal Knowledge. Not long since nn eminent commercial lawyer related the ensu ing anecdote as an illustration of the "com position" which sometimes entered into the selection of a jury: "I had very important case," said he, "in volving some eighty or a hundred thousand dollars. It was ft protracted case, owing to the complicated interests involved in it, and Altogether ft very tedious trial. When it was finally given to the jury, tho judge remarked to them, as they were about leaving the court room for private consultation, that if, during the progress nl the case, any terms oi law had boon used or any rules stated, that they did not fully understand, the court was pre pared beforehand to make nil needful explan jilions. "Upon this, one of the jurors, a man with n high, bald head, nnd a calm, blue eye, upon whose sense of justice I had greatly relied (for lie had pnid the strictwnt nltentiuu to tin; entire proceedings), arose nnd said: "'I believe I understand all the rules that Lave been laid down, but thero aro two terms of law that have been a good deal used du ring the trial, that I should like to know the meaning of.' "'Very well, sir,' responded thejudgc.'what terms ot law do you allude to?' "'Well,' said our model juror, 'the words I mean, are the words plaintiff' and defendant!" Wasn't thero a chance for a man to "como by his own" in a law-suit, where such ajuror was the principal member of the "august body! Tub "Drugged Liquor" at Concord, N. II. It turns out that the "drugged liquor," of which so much was said during the late ses sion of the New Hampshire. Legislature, as having been administered to the Democratic members during the Senatorial contest, was not drugged in the ordinary way. In other words, it was sweetened with Peruvian or Chincha Islands sugar, commonly called gun no. A correspondent of the Manchester Democrat assorts this to be tho fact It seems that in a back room of the hotel where the liquor was kept, Mr. Uri Ijimprey,an agent of the New York Guano Company, was at the samo hotel, had with him two choice samples of pulverized guano, which ho kept in his bowls, and on favorable oceasions exhibited them to his friends among members. One evening, being hastily called nut, he incau tiously set away his pulverized samples on tho same shelf with tho sugar bowls. Short ly utter, some of tho Democratic members, wishing to "strengthen tho inner man," went into tho closet, which was not yet lighted up, nnd having used the decanters, took also very freely of the sweetening from the guano liowis. Several important results followed the chief of which was the immediate falling off in the vote for Mr. Wells for U. S. Sena tor tho drugged members being unavoiba. bly detained from their seats. Boston Chron. icle. A Texas pnper contains a notice of tho death of Geo. N. Williamson, a lawyer of llnllettsvlllo, Lavaca county, on tlio night of the 13th instant, at Gonzales. Tlio Inquirer says : Ho had been for two months prior to his doath canvassing the district as a candidato for tho office of District Attorney, thereby undergoing great futiguo nnd exposure Ho arrived nt this place on tho day before the election, nnd was immediately seized with the illnoss which ended his life. Ho had been n resident or the State about three years, nnd is supposed to have relatives either in Ten nessee or North Carolina, The Palestine Advocate of tho 19th has tho following about the crops in that part of the Suite : Tho cotton crop lias suffered materially in this section of country from tho long drought that has prevailed for ft considerable period. Unless we have rain soon it will be cut off quite short The corn nnd potatoe crops have seldom been equaled. Tho Lavaca Register reports that tho health of that place was never better than at present The HArrr Familt. -Tho Chennngo Union maliciously phices the two following paragraphs from tho two leading Administra tion organs, In juxtaposition : What opposition journal, North or South, has given him (the President) credit for the Nebraska triumph, carried through from first to last as hiuch by his own energetic co-operation with his friends in the national legis lature as by any other cause ! Washington I'ninn. We hope nnd t-ust that tho Democratic State Convention, to assemble in September next, will proclaim their repugnance to the whitl policy in which the Nebraska scheme originated, and stigmatize the measure ns a mischievous sectional eontrivanco of deinn gogncs, originating In intrigue nnd proscrip tion for spoils. Albany All.tf. Cttr The St LeuU Pilot publishes the foL lowing capital jtu d'esprit, which is higl characteristic of Benton's rude madness. It is very much on a par with his silly, pompon nnd raving speeches and letters : Wasiii.ngtos City, Aug. 8, 1851. Tn the editor of the Missouri Democrat: Sir: In 1849, I stated repeatedly in my puync apeecnes in me cuius oi Missouri (God d n the State,) that the old snvinj that "Republics are ungrateful," was a false hood nnd calumny, sir, but I now find that i was then mistaken. I am now fully con vinced of the truth of that old saying Re. publics nre ungrateful, sir. I have been beat nn for Hfinirrfiu in mil mm district, sir. nnit 1 know, sir, that no such result could have been produced except by the basest ingratitude, sir. Am I not Old Bullion, sir? Did not I, solitary and alone, pui me oiu oi me expunging Resolution in motion? Did'nt I ndvocnte in many speeches, the reduction of duty on Salt? nut nt 1 mrome ana kiii mat monster, tin United States Bank? Was I not in the Sen ate for thirty years, nnd have 1 not written I thirtv vears view, sir? Tell me. sir. that Re publics nre grateful, sir! No sir it is false, sir and if vou affirm to the contrary, sir, you nrenli;ir nnd n dirty dog, sir misrepreseting the truth for criminal purposes, sir. out know who it was that beat me, sir it wa not tho Whir, sir it was the Nullifiers, sii thev are senmns nnd rottens, sir they must have been in conclave with the 6,000 victim! who died of Cholera in St Louis in 1849 Yes sir, a conclave, sir con with, nnd Claris n kev. sir locked un with them, sir. And sir, i assert it, the shade of Calhoun was also locked up with them nnd held their key, sir. For these base conspirators ngainst "mo nnd mine." sir. are nothing but adjuncts of Cal houn, sir joined to him, sir. Ad to, and junctus joined. Yours inveterntely, IUU. 11. UblU.M Vegetable Productions of California, The Sun Francisco correspondent of the New York Journal of Commerce, writing un. der dato of August 1st, says: "Our markets are most abundantly supplied with melons, pears, figs, berries, tomatoes, nnd nl most every other variety of fruit and vegetables known. The prices will compare favorably with rates current in your own Ful ton and Washington markets; while the qual ity with us is superior, especially as to size nnd flavor. Besides our markets abound with flowers, (cultivated,) nnd a choice bo. quetcan now bo purchased here cheaper than in New York. Every thing is coming down in price, so far as living, and the comforts thereof are concerned. The wheat crop is now being brought to market but prices are too low to be very In crutive to tho producer. The vield of wheat, barley nnd oats, will be fully up to the estimate made a few months since, which is more thnn sullicient for the supply of all our wants. We nre now ns a people quite independent of the Atlantic Suites tor provisions, &e. We can raiso our own pork nnd beef, nnd were we not on the outskirts of Christendom, we could supply tho world with potatoes, cab bafres and mini nidus. ' We will need some butter nnd cheese, of choice quality, for a year to come, nnd alter (hat we can make a lull supply in our own dames. Irish Riot. An extensive Irish riot occur red Inst evening about 6 o'clock, a short dis tance Ironi the city, on the Kaleigh road, va rious reports were in circulation last night respecting the number present, killed, wound ed; &c, and the consequences likely to ensuo. From the best information we could obtain, we suppose tho party must have numbered near 100 composed of Irish laborers from tho railroad. An American boy who was ri dinir peacefully nlong the road was fired up on his horse badly wounded, nnd his shirt pierced by n rifle ball. Up to the time of writing this nrtiele we had heard ot no deaths which could be credited, ooino reports said seven Irish had been killed, some four teen, and others more and less. These re ports were, however, not reliable. The dep uty bherifl had gone out to ascertain the ex act state of affairs; but had not returned up to the time of writing this report. Memphis Eagle. l-5?"Tlie Boston Daily Mail says: "If there is anything nu American likes better thnn politics, it is moving. He is the most rest less person in tlio world, nnd is never so hap py ns when he is "going somewhere else." I'll is uneasy disposition runs through all the various grades of society, and "sticks out" as prominently in tho millionaire as in the ploughman. We all want to put out and see things not so much to better our condition ns to minister to our love of excitement nnd novelty. A friend of ours has emigrated eight times in four years. He first went from Con necticut to New York; from New York he went to Ohio; after six months residence in Ohio, he pitched his tent in Iowa; ho left Iowa for Wisconsin, and Wisconsin for Ore gon. By next spring we expect to henr that ho has mounted a dug-out and set sail for China or Japan, while we shall not be at all surprised to hear, I) v the autumn of 1855, that he has established himselt in Central Asia, and opened a restaurant in the principal street in Bagdad." Juvenile Rascality. In Baltimore, a few days since, a countryman was passing down North street with his wagon, wlien one of the wheels came off, nnd ho discovered that tho linch-pin was gone. After searching for it soino time, he offered tho boys, who congre gated around, a shilling to whoever should find it. They joined in tho search, nnd in a few minutes ono of tlio boys brought him what he supposed to be the lost pin. Having adjusted the wheel, he pnid the shilling nnd started off, but had not gone more than half a square before n wheel on the other side of the wagon came off, when ho discovered that tho young rascal had stolen tho pin from one of the other wheels, to obtaiu the rewnrd. Directions for a Short Life. We copy the following directions for a short life from nn old nlmnnnc. We doubt not they will prove ns efficacious ns any doctor could desiro 1st. Kat hot broad nt every tnonl. 3d. Eat fast. 3d. Lie in bed overy morning until the sun is two hours high. If the case should prove stubborn 4th. Add the morning dram. Q4t"I have observed' that In comedies the best actor phys the droll, while some scrub rogue in made the line yentloman or hero. Thus it is In the farco of life. Wiso men spend their time in mirth; it's only fools who nre serious. IdET" At a Sunday school examination, the teacher asked a boy whether, after ho had been studying nnd repontlmr. he could for- give thoso who hnd wronged him: If'nillil Vnil ' B.'llil tlin Innitkap I r..,.!t,A n boy, for example, who hnd insulted or struck you. ' . 'Y-e-s,' replied tho lad very slowly: 'I think I could, if he was bigger thnn I am.' -tf" Excitement and rashness go together as naturally ns sin and profanity. Get a man's "dander up" nnd ho is sure to "do" tho rash, as a woman is to go into nil sorts of four-story "notions" when she has plenty of dollars and little sense. You must keep cool if you desire to have no ncquninLinro with the Rash family. Unparallelee Running. A few days ago we announced that the locomotive Nashville had run the unparalleled distance of 296 miles on one tender of wood. Nothing equal to it hod ever before been accomplished in the United States. But the Rocket on the Clove land and Pittsburg rond has far eclipsed it. Mio started from Wellsville on luesday morning, run to Cleveland, then to Alliance, back to Cleveland, and then to the Ohio river, and back to this city, yesterday afternoon, besides running from the depot at each end to the engine house and back, making the enormous distance of four hundred and thirty miles, on one tender load of common straight wood. But this is not all. I he Rocket mode 71 stops, nnd overcame grades to the extent of 5,000 feet some of them fifty feet to the mile running halt the entire distance nt "lightning" or express speed, and the residue at the resrular way-mail speed, bhc had wood enough yesterdny when she came in to carry her back to Ravenna, do miles, which would hnvo made the whole distance 460 miles! Nothing in the annals of railroad running in Europe or America can begin to approach this extraordinary feat accomplished by the Rocket. Tho engineer who run her is Mr. Geo. Moores. nnd the fireman Mr. Ldward Reed, to whom tho honor of this magnificent result is due. Better olhcers for their posts cannot bo found in the United states. 1 hey have extracted more work out of a given amount of power than has ever been nccoin pushed in the history ot locomotives. lhe Rocket is a inatoot the Nashville, nnd was manufactured at the Cuyahoga Works, which are turning out tho best locomotives in the United States. Cleveland Leader. Fatal and Distrkssino Affair. On Sunday night, in Cincinnati, ft young man named Daniel MoArthur was sitting in a room with Catharine Desmond, a youni; girl to whom he was engaged to be married, playfully nt lemptintr to blow out the light of which she was reading a book. Finally he picked up what lie supposed was an unloaded gun, and snapped it nt the candle. Unfortunately the gun was loaded, and the horror-stricken man heard a loud report, and saw his betrothed sink to the floor, bleeding and dying. A full charge of shot entered her right breast, caus ing death the next morning. The unfortu- n nl a vnnnrv man la aniil tn lia utmost, ilafrnnf- ed. 1IU folly will no doubt entail upon him long years of deep remorse. Let others take warning, nnd refrain from the careless hand ling of tire-arms. CS" In Ohio, the pine swampB west of Hud- eon, have been burning for weeks. The mead ows to the extent of several hundred ncre9 have ben burnt out to the depth of four feet, nnd will, when the swamps rill with water, become a lake. The fire would ent under whole acres when undermined, and when finding vent would burst out furiously, con- miming everything within reach. President fierce, ot Hudson College, went to tne swamp to view the scence, when lie saw several large trees snnarentlv on solid ground, commence tumbling around him, and he narrowly es caped with life, the inhabitants in tno vi cinity are in a state of utmost consternation. MlLLKUIR AND THK BURNING FoRKSTS. The Boston Traveler says that accounts from Maine state that in the vicinity of some of the burning forests quite a number ol persons, chiefly females, have become insane in conse quence of the excitement, the result of a be- iiei inab me geiierui coiiiiiigrawuns in tuo woods there are a sign of the speedy ending of the world in accordance with the predie tion of the Millerites. Some of them have been taken to tbe Slate Asylum. Awful Mortality. Death of Fifty Xor. wesians on a Propeller. On the last up trip of the propeller Oriental, a large number of Norwegian emigrants wero on oonra, among whom the ship fever suddenly broke out, nnd, before the trip was ended, carried off about fifty of them. They had enjoyed a long nnd tedious journey from their fatherland, the confinement of closely packed cars overland, nnd were fully prepared tor tho incursions ot n disease which is never satisfied with a view. Every attention was pnid to their wants by Captain Squires and his crew, but for which many moro must have perished. The deaths occurred principally on Inke Michigan and Lake Huron. Bujfalo Express. j-gy"" There are many people who falter and tremblo ns long ns thero is nny mixture of doubt in their minds as to what they can, or what they ought to do, but who, the mo ment that doubt ceases, have power nnd will to daro everything. fHtfSomo people grumble at the dullness of business. Yet, strango to say, they can't see why. How, we nsk, can business be oth erwise than dull nmong peoplo that don't nd vertise. That's the great secret of money making. J-iPThe cholera is abating in Chicago. There were but 37 deaths by it during the pnst wook. If you want to start a young woman right out of her moral economy, and things, and youself out the door, just tell her she's got big feet. Tho feminine institution can Btand anything but that. VTe tuny forgive ignorance, but not pro- sumption. He who has nothing to say, should say nothing. trtf" The drouth in Michigan and Northern Illinois continues. II. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment Ik a mmt extraordinary medicine, the truth of which In placed beyond doubt hy lhe vast miles of the article sud the nwny cures belli dally performed by It, which prevlonsly had resisted all other mediclnei and the skill of the best physicians In the world. It is composed of balsams, extracts and (rums perullarjo Arabia possess ing, In a concentrated form, all their stimulating, ano dyne, penetrating, unotuous and revulsive properties, and the same which, ages ago, were used by the "Hons of the Desert," Willi such miraculous success, in curing the diseases of both man and beast. Read tin following remarkable cure, which ttunM of tittij puire. n.G. FARltKI.L'S AKAIIIAN MNIMKXT five bnond ami fimilar remedy. Mr. II. O. Farr.ll Dear fir : Actuated by a sense of gratufulness, I submit the following as an Instance of the utility of your great medicine. My child, three years old, was snddenly attacked with a terrible disease, which In less than six hours prostrated it to total helplessness. The limbs became so rigid that not a Joint could be bent; the flesh turned black and cold and entirely deprived of feeling; the eyes fixed, partially closed and altogether blind, following this was deafness to all sounds; the spine become contracted and so curved that when lying on its back the heail and heels only touched. Indeed, the child presented every appearnnce of being dead. Immediately on the attack, the family physician was called In, and for three weeks he labored to restore It to feeling, but all In vain, although it was blistered a doscn times and various rubefacient Liniments applied. A consultation of physicians was then held, but to nn pur pose; the case was then brought before the Medical So ciety, but nothing could be suggested which had not al ready been done, and the doctor then told mo he could do nothing more. We then commenced applying your Liniment freely over the entire length of the spine, and you may Imagine a parent's Joy, when, after a few appli cations, returning animation was apparent, and it rapid ly recovered with the exception of the sight, which did not become perfect for near a month. The ehlld is sow healthy and robust as can be. Five other eases of the same kind occurred previously In my neighborhood, all of which died, when there is no doubt If your Liniment had been used they would have recovered. Peoria, March 1, leXl. HKNKY U. CLEAANU. fxtnk rd for t mnterfMU The nubile are cautioned against another counterfeit, which has lately made Its appearance, called W. B. Far rell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counterfeits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy It In good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will perhaps only dis cover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought Its evil effects. The genuine article Is manufactured only by If. f. Farrell, sole Inventor and oronrletor. and wholesale druggist, So. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed. He sure you get It with the letters H. O. before Karrell's, thus II. l. KAIlltKLL'B and his signature on the wrap per, all others are counterfeits. For sale hy O. W. Rum, and A. McKLni, Athens; HtimiN, Wn-ia t Jnaimf, Cleveland; W. H. KarxoLns, Hen ion; W. (J. Vienna, Columbus and regularly au thorised agents throughout the l ultrd Slates. I rr rrice sn and Ml eenta, and SI per bottle. AdKN'TH WANTKD in every town, village and hamlet In the Tnlted Stales, In which one Is not already estab lished. Address H. O. Farrell as above, accompanied ill, a'"! reference as to. character, ecMHrnslhllit,, 4v. aug 1S--1iii Wl'tane's Vermifuge. No remedy ever Invented has been so successful as the great worm medicine oi inis. au wno nave used it have been equally aatonished and delighted at its won derful energy and efficacy. To publish all the testimoni als in iu favor would fill Volumes; we must therefore content ourselves with a brief abstract of a few of them. Japbet C. Allen, of Aroooy, gave a dose to a child years old, and It orougm oo wnne. tie soon alter gave another dose to thc child, which brought away 60 more, making 183 worms in about li hours. Andrew Downing, of Cranbury township, Venango county, gave hta child one tea-spuopful. and she passed 177 worms. Next morning, on repetition, of the doae, he passed US more. Jonathan Hounhman, of West Union, Park county. Ia. write that he is unable to supply the demand, aa the people In his neighborhood say. alter a trial or Uie oth er, that none l equal to Dr. M'Lane'i Vermifuge. Messrs. D. k J. VT. Colton, of Winchester, la., happen ed last snrlne to et some of thla Vermifuge. After sell ing a few bolUes, the demand become so great for it that their stock was soon exhausted. They state that It has produced the best effect wherever used, and li very popular among the people. Purchasers will be careful to ask for Dr. Jf'Lant't CriebraUd Vtrmifoa. ana take none else. All other Vermifuges, In comparison, are worthless. Dr. M'Lane'i Vermifuge, also bis leieoraiea litst mis, can now De bad at ail respectable Drug Stores in the United States and Canada. . w , For sale by P. IT. KsTtn Co., Athens; J. A. A C. VT. Corns, Madisouville; and by oue Agent in every town iu Tenueasee. pt SJ Testimony ol a Physician. Extract of a letter dated Pittsburgh, January 12th, ISM : "1 will say that your Mustang Liniment is about the best Liniment I ever used. I have used it in my own case, along the lower part of the spine, for spinal irri tation, with complete relief. 1 used it a few nights ago, when I was perfectly crooked, and my back in complete torture, from what the books Would call Opisthotoilio condition of the muscles, which you know is about as bad as "lock Jaw." It gave immediate relief, and In the morning I could bend like a gutta percha man, and with as little pain. The medical profession, you know, have a great aversion to these kinds of remedies, but from a knowledge of the Ingredients of the Mustang Liniment, I would have no hesitation in recommending It, wherever a remedy to relieve pain Is indicated. I nave recom mended it In a number of casus in my own practice, and as fur as I c m learn it has acted with equal celerity and certainly as in my own case. Hoping it may be used for and drive awav pain, wherevv It exists, and. that It may remunerate you well for your exertions for bringing ao vuluable a remedy before the public, I subscribe myself, Truly yours, ur-n. u. kkiplh, ji. u. For sale In Alliens by WM. IIURN ill Calhoun by B. F. MAItTlN; in Charleston by JAS. 11. BAIN. sept 8 A Fact WortU Ilfiiiemberinfr. In this aea of empiricism, when "Cure-alls" abound. a medicine which has stood the test of scientific investi gation, and received the unqualified approval of the medical faculty. Is certainly a rarity. Such a medicine is STAIILKIW ANODYNK CilKKRY KXI'KCTORANT, which has been recommended by numbers of the best and most experienced physicians, used by them in their practice with the happiest results, and invariably gives relier In vcugns, loliis, jiroiicuius, aim umeaaes ui me lunirs and throat generally. It will be well for all to bear this in mind, during the Inclement seanon now approach ing, as hy so doing they may be the means of preventing much snffering to themselves or friends, (lee advertise ment In another coiuuin, and descriptive pamphlets, to be had gratis of the agents. Price ofeach, only 511 cts. per bottle, or six bottles for '20. sept.l irinrrled, Tn FrnnUln. Kv.. on the Slst ult.. by the Rev. Charles Tomes, Mr. A. M. Watkins, of Charleston, 8. C, to Miss Jank D. Crowdcs, of the former place. Iirtl, In Athens, on Punilny, Kith ult., V. Eur A Grnsox, daughter of thus. F. and Margaret Ann Uibsou, aged one year and four months. "Weep not for those whom the veil of the tomb, In lire's happy morning hath hid from our eyes; Ere sin threw a blight o'er the spirit's young bloom. Or earth had profaned what was born for the skies." In this county, on the 3d Inst., Alien Pgrtoena, wife of Jno. W. Hickox, aged about '22 years. At her residence In McMInn county, on Monday, the 4th lust., Mrs. Ki.hik i Coopicr, widow and relict of James Cooper, dee'd, anil daughter of Wm. II. Cooke, dee'd, late of this county. COMMERCIAL. Augusta, market. ArnrsTA, Sept. 4. BACOJC flog round, very scarce, V .c, demand heavy; hams V luc, but few choice in market extra familv and canvassed 10 (. 12c; sides 9'c for ribbed and 100 for clear, demand heavy, stock very light; shoul ders scarce, demand heavy, price & B.o. LaKD 104 12c, former for good, latter for choice leaf In barrels and kegs. TALLOW 12tfc lb. 1IKKYKS AND IIOU8 still dull at 6 Wc 3l To for No. 1 stall fed Beeves; 4 4c for grass fed. 4X 5c for mall Hogs and dull sale. I would advise no shipments to this market Just now. rli KKr S2 ft head. WOOL 28 a 3Uc for washed and 18 COc for unwash ed. CORN scarce and firm at f 1 $1 bushel. OATS eftttel bushel. .,. MKAL 1 & l,2i), latter for bolted. PKAH 1 do 1.20 fl bushel. WHEAT 1,W 1,40 for red and 1,70 & 1,75 for white. FLOUR 4 5c 8 hundred in lacks, and $5,50 10,50 In barrels. FKATIIERS 40c ffl D. HAY 1,60 1,75. FODDER 11,2a. No sale for Dried Fruit. II EEs WAX 28 25c V ft. ()INrlENO2S80c. IIUTTKR Scarce, 15 20c. ' EOGS 211 2-rM;, and scarce. IRISH POTATOES 2 t1 bushel. EXCHANGE H V cent for sight; cent, for SO day and par for 60 day bills. lours, very truly, J. A. ANSLEY, CommitiHon and Product Merchant. Nacoti market. 1 Maoox, Sept. 5. Transactions for the past week large, with slocks Da- con, Lard, Flour and Corn, light. BACON Hog round 8 8!c; clrar sides 8tf 8o; choice hams 9 9Xe; shoulders T Tsc. lakh stocks Hgnt iu no lie in bbls. CORN Stocks light, fair demand, 95c $1. OATS Fair demand, 0 5e 1 bushel, stocks light. PEAS Stocks light, fair demand, 1 $) bushel. MEAL Demand fair, light stocks, 1 1,06. FLOUR Stocks light, 4,50 $5 sack.of 100 ft). FEATHERS Scarce, 40 45c. HAY Oood Tennessee 1,50 11,75 $ cwt. II I HIS Not much demand, 4 4,'c, gross, BEEVES on foot 5 Sc. III'TTER Oood arilcle 10 11c. POTATOES Irish 4 4,25 ft bhl. SALT Scarce, $2 2,12 $1 sack. EXCHANGE New York if & v cent.: Savannah and Augusta J $) cent. Kespcctruiiy, ALLEN ft nUXLAP, Commission MvcAmil, Macon, (ia. Atlanta, market. Atlanta, Sept. 5. The weather Is very warm nnd the drouth continues severe. Every Uilng In the way of garden vegetables, potatoes, Ac are almost entirely destroyed, and the corn crops nre very seriously Injured. No Corn, Oats, Wheat, Meal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, or any thing In the provision line, can he had in our city only at retail, aud we know of no one who has a supply of Bacon even at retail, and less than 2ihi,IHmi pounds, we suppose, would not fill the orders now waiting. lours, truly, SEAOO, ABBOTT A CO., General Commisnon MeivJuiiUt. Snvuiinuli ITIurkrU Savakxah, Sept. J. FLOUR The stock Is light. Georgia brands are re tailing from store at 110 H bhl. We ouote in lots at '.i,50 $ bbl. i ' CORN The supply is equal tn the demand, which Is light. We quote from store In small lots at (1,10 ? bushel. We have heard of no large sales. OATS There Is nothing doing In this article. We have no large snles to report, and we quote 75 80c. MOLASSES There have been n cargo arrivals since our last report. The sales of Cuba and New Orleans have been confined to small lots from store at 2ftc for the former and 2 2St V gallon for the latter. DACON We have no large sales to rcnort. We nuote hams 12 14c; shoulders 6?i 7c; sides 7Sf S'c. SALT Is selling from store in lots at l,50 $ sack. The stock Is light. Arm. TOII1V T-jETjrjYETT, WHOLESALE UIUM'KH, commission awi foii wAitDixn JVE oroliftut, AND IKALta ia IVlnra, Liquors und Cigars, No. 11 Market street, South of Church street, Naahvlllc, Tcnn. MR. JAS. M. HENDERSON, of the firm of Keyes ft Henderson, is my authorised Agent at Athens, for si lliug and collecting, and will forward orders and re ceive and receipt for money in my name. J. L. Sept 8, 1854 8m 811 HAT HOl'SE l lIAItl.KSTO.'V, NO. CA. F. D. FANNING, WB0LSSAL1 PSALM IN HATS, CAPS AND MTIIAW GOODS, No. 81 Unyna street, Charleston, S. C. "xaf ERCH ANTS and others desiring to purchase will have their orders as promptly and satisfactorily filled aa If they were hero to superintend their pur chases. Sf pt. 8, lso-tf 811 WM. ALLSTON COlrliiiNr I'ACTOH a conmissiox miCItCIIANT Cor. East Bay street and North Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. IS prepared to make liberal advances on consignments of Cotton, Corn, Sugar, Flour, Grain, Hay, Ac. Genuine Peruvian Clnano UnpotI Farmers' Plaster. Charcoal, Bone Dust, Mineral Phos. phat Llu.e, Suir Phosphate Lime, ftc, always on hand. Kept 8, 1S64 llap 811 3VXoc11oa1 CTotloo. UK. IIEADINUTOX nnVINO located at Ci.wnr, McMInn county, Tenn., kindly offers his professional services to the cill sens and surronndlng country. OftWoriprol'e 'he Union House, formerly nrenpied by rr. William John-un. (."'PI. . I.4 If- nil Goods at Cost! w.TE would respectfully announce to the public that T our time of parinersmp win expire soy-n, and in order to close up our business we will sell, KoK CAHIi, our entire stuck of OoodtJ at Ooat. Our stock comprises all the articles usually kept In this market, such as Cloths, Cassuaeres, Jeans, Sattl oette, Cottonades, Fancy Stripes, l,alira' Itrras Good a, De Lalnea, Giugliauia, Poplins, Muslius, Silks, Jaconets, Lawns; Edgings, Insertions, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac. A large stock of Men's and Roys' Hats, Boots and Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery. Also, a good lot of Heady-mart Clothina; for Fall and Winter wear. We will sell any of the above articles at (off and iiirriaffn, at wholesale or retail. Any person wishing to engage ia the trade would do well tn call and examine our stock. McSPADDKN ft nORTON. P. 8. Persons indebted to us for the years ln52 and 1.158 would do well to call immediately and settle up, as money we want, and money we must have. , . Sept. 8, 1854 McSPADDEN A noftfoN. InNolvnnt IS tire. Uriah Denton, Administrator of G. W. Hole, deceased, c. The Creditors of the said G. W. Hale. . IV this cause the complainant having filed his hill of complaint in the Chancecy Court at Athena, against the creditors of the estate of Q. W. Hale, deceased, and suggests the insolvency of lhe same, the creditors of said estate are hereby notified to appear and file their claims, properly authenticated, with tbe Clerk and Mas ter of tliis Court on or before tlw 14th day of October next, and make themselves parties to this bill, so that a pro rata of the proceeds of said estate may be had. "l- W I, K 1 , tT Jt. Sept. S, 1S54 t Pre fee $3 811 CMndies! Canniest Tl'sf received, a fresh supply of Csndies, assorted) Raisins, Figs, Prunes, ImuM Syrup, lmon Sugar, Ac, Ac, aud for sale at Sept.ej SEHOHN'S. Durh tvm ' Stoolt. fTMIE suliecriber lias fur sale, a lot of Dur L hnm Cnlves, consisting 20 llend Bulls and Iioifers-from six months old to two years. Apply soon. I'erfions having engaged are notified to come and make selections. -B. MoGLIKE. Toqno, Monroe co., Tenfi., Sept. 8, 'o4 6t Pnrm for Sale THE subscriber wishes to sell hiJ FARM, 4 miles North of Athens, formerly owned by Neely Chrisman, and known as the "Chris man Farm," containing 843 Aoros. There is about 160 acres under improvement. well situated, witlt comlortatile houses, good water and excellent orchards. Any further information can be obtained from the subscri ber, living nine miles South of Athens. M. L. rillLMTS. McMinn co., Sept. 8, 1854 5t 811 Chancerj Sale of Valuable Land. Martha M. Martin, John W. Smith, Mark Roberts nnd wife Emily, adult heirs of Nnt, Smith, deed, bv their Attorney-in-fact Mary M. Cnrr, and James C, Laura and Texannn Smith, minor heirs of the said Nnt. Smith, dee'd, by their Guardian, Mary M. Carr Kx parte. Iil'RSUANTto a decree of the Chancery Court nt Athens, in this cause, at the August term, 1854, I. William Lowry, Clerk and Master of snid Chancery Court, will sell on the premises, on the 28d day of October next, to the highest bidder, on a credit of six and twelve months, except the sum ot tenper cent, which will be required in advance, the following described tracts of Land iu McMinn countv, within four miles of Athens, to wit: 140 acres of Land, lying in the South-west Quarter of section 8. township 4. ranee 1. West of the basis line, Hiwafsee District. Aim, 60 acres, adjoining the tract aforesaid, and sold to Stephen Smith by Dnn'l Newman, it being known as the Steplicn Smith tract. Bond and security will be reauired of tbe purchaser for all the balance of the purchase money, and a lien retained on the land until all is paid. w .11. IjU w it x , v. a; M. Sept. 8, 1854 It Prs fee J7.50 811 Lands for Sale In Bradley, mount and McMinn counties. "ViriLL be sold, for distribution, to the high w est bidder, at the Court-house in the town of Cleveland, on the first Tuesday in September next, the following named Traots of Land and Town Property : Tho north-east, INorth-west, and south-west quarters of section 2; North-east quarter of section s; iorui-wo6iiinuiorui-ensi quarters of section 12: rtorth-enst quarter of section 5 South-east quarter of section 29, township 2, range 1, West of the oasis line, in the Oeoee District; South-east quarter of section lfi; Knef.li-pnat. nnnrt.er of serf inn 2. townsliin 1. ranee 1, West of tlie basis line each qiini tcr section coiiininiug inu acres, aibo, two ivw n Lots in the town of I levelanu, being number ed and described in tho plan of snid town ns lots No. 04 and 119, containing hy estimation 3 acres. . Also, one Lot in the town of Charleston, No. 120, with a brick building formerly oocli pied as a store house by Louis A. Koss, near S. tf. Marrett s. Two Lots in the town of Calhoun, Nos. 91 nnd 92, opposite B. F. Martin's. No. 91 has a framed building, formerly occupied by McGhee iE lYloUnrly, as a store house. Also, ou the 25th of September next, on the premises, near the town of Morganton, Blount eounty, Tcnn., one Farm, known ns the Hainmontree farm. containine4i0nores, more or less, with a hint rate new .Merchant Aim, together with a Saw Mill and nam, all new nnd in perfect repair. Also, another Farm, known as the Unison farm, adjoining the snmo, containing 160 acres. Also, one other Farm known as the Logan mrm, on the stage rond leadinefrom McUheo's Kerry U Msryville, coutniuing410 acres. On all of the three Inst above named tracts there nre comfortable buildings and other conveniences; also, first rate spring water will be shown to any one desiring to examine ii in person on tlio premi ses. All are invited to attend as we wish to sell the property. Tho terms will be one third cash, and the remainder in two equal annual enstallments, benring interest from date of sale; bond and security, together with a lien on the property until- the purchase money is pnid. B. McRHEE, C. M. MoOHEE, June 0, '64 td 298 Executors. roaitloxi.orrxoM.t. r"rMIE above sale was postponed, in conso X quenoe of sickness in the families of the subscribers, to the t Monday in October, at which time the Innds will be sold. . B. fc C. M. McGHEE. Sept. 8, 1854 ' BREAKFAST HOUSE, I-:. Tcnn. Hi fin. It. II. a-, s. uniDGEs RF.SI'KCTFt;.LY Informs the traveling public Hist he hns opened a House nf Entertainment In the long white house with the oak tree In front, at the Athens Depot, where he will be glad to serve all who may call on him with the best I lie country affords. Athens, Sept 1, ISM-tf 810 IjIVBIIY stahlb. ffjltK subscriber would Inform the public that he keeps M. constantly nn band Horses, Carriages, and Ilugglcs, Which he will hire on accommodating terms. Athens, Sept. I, lV4-tf WM. A. O. UKKD. depTt h o ii s"e7 Athena, Tenn. XV3VX. A. O. XVEJEID WOl'I'D respectfully inform his friends and the traveling public generally, that he has opened a House of Knlcrialnment at the Athens Depot, where all who wish to call shall be accommodated at M rents per meal. l1-1, l4 tf SKI PIANOS. JrPT received from the manufacturers In New Tork and lloston tbe following very Una (Irst class Pianos: One elegant finish KoseWoud, T octave, Iron Frame-, Oiiellonduolr " " " " " One suiiare plain style, Iron frame, round corners ; Ono " " " " " " " The above Instruments are built fir durability and strength aa well as for beauty of architecture; and for sweetness aa well as fullness of tone. Those wishing to purchase are Invited to rail and examine them. Ths subscriber sells none but the very best of sclented In struments. . . "' 0 COOKE. Also, on hand a flnc assortment of riano Music, rept. I,lsft4 tf Tofvolior "VXantocl. FglllK undersigned, Common fahool Commissioners JL 4th lHMrict, wish tn employ two or three competent Teachers. None need apply unless they are well quail Bed. NYfF., H. H. RlliRK, I. H. IILHHT. Pept. 1, ISM lit C. N. NORTHRUP, J. ttornoy n t Xinxftr, I'hnttasiooirnt Tvnn w TIM. practice In iramlltoo. IlraiUey. ftiiea, TUed- see and Marlon emiiilles. tn Trnnemire. WWeoV. f.if o". V oi all l -wer T.i-1 Ti'iinee. aug J.'.', M If A Valuable Farm and mills rpiIE undersigned are desirous of selling 1 their Taluaoi prcmeriy, suuaieu two miles below Athens, on EastanalleS Creek. The farm consists of 41 0 Q AOfo Of Iiaud about 120 of which is in cultivation. There is upon the placean abundant supply of water from never-failing springs. The improve ments consist of one Mill House, 80 by 70 feet, 2J stories high, lately fitted up at a ptipor 3VTH1, with new Wheels, Machinery, Ac; two good two story Houses with dining rooms and kitchens attached; and four one story frame Buildings. Also, A 4ood Saw Mill, with Kilgore's Improved Iron Wheels: a crood new Work Shop, with an improved Wheel, suitable for a Turning Lathe, or other ma chinery. To any one desirous of locating himself in a healthy section of East Tennes see, this property offers many inducements. Terms: A portion of the purchase money at the time of sale and the balance in one, two and three yenrsi with interest. JNO. fl. SIIIPMAN & CO. Sept. 1, i834 tf 810 Groat XjaxxcI SaIo. ILL be sold on Saturday, the 16th of Sep tember next, at the residence of H. M. Newman, dee'd, in McMinn eounty, Tenn., BOO Aorea of Xsn.xi.cls more or less, belonging to the eBtate of said NewmAn.'viz: "The Home Tlnce," contain ing 800 acres, with a variety of soil, fine lip land, first class meadows, sod excellent tim ber; a good part olaai od and under good fence. Every pftrt of the farm is well supplied with water; Also1, a 6'f! Mill, first rate dam find great watcf power' It lies 6 miles from Athens, the nearest point on the Kailroad'. "The Derrick" I'lace," 1 10 acres; and ltio acres adjoining the lands of Braden, Marr, and oth ers. The three tracts will be sold separate-'7- Terms.- One nfid two years credit, equal instalments bond hnd personal security re quired, and lien retained till purchase money shall be paid. Titles made by the Executors under directions of the will. KALEIUII CHESTXfJT, MILTON P. JARXAGIN; Executors. Aug. 18, 1 854- t J. 808 FIFTH SESSION Odd Fellows Female College, ROGEKSTILXE, TEJIJI, Trustee. HAWKINS 1.01)0 E, NO. 41, h Q. 0. F. IiiMtruetor. rtev. ANW1N W. Cl'MMlNGS, 0. ft., Principal. Miss I.UCYS. IlLOULtB, MissC. F.STAHK, Miss F. It BI1AW, . ITvn nlflres to be Simnli(d. Prof. HKNKY SOlilVINO, Instrumental and Vocal Music. , Assistant. Pr. J. H. CCI.I.KN, Prof. Vocal Music. Mi M. F. MITI'IIKI.I,. Penmanship. Mrs.BOI'HIA 8CIIWIXO, Needle Work, Embroidery, Ac, Ac. , Matron. THIS Institution will be opened for the reception of pupils on Wednesday, the lllh of September, Pi&4. Payments for Hoard and Tuition must be made half yearly iu advance tu the Treasurer 0i me uonege. Charircii. Boarding for Collegiate year of ten months, Including ruel, lights, rooms ami lodging, flew per wees, nseii l . S7 u (Hints ner iloaen. Instruction In Primary Class... ft" 00 " Preparatory " 15 HO " Minor " " " Pophomore " .. Junior " 8,1 Henior " H 00 " Music and use of Instrument 40 ISI Lessons In French, Latin, Urawlng, rainiing, ac.io F.ach pupil, whether nouriling III me iiisiiiuiiuu ur uui, win be charged one dollar entrance fee. Circulars of the School, In pamphlet form, furnished hy mall on application to lhe undersigned. Those who may have It In contemplation to patronise the s-hool are resnectfullv reouestcd, in all cases, to ad vise the Secretary by mall or otherwise at their earliest convenience. AugiO, 'bUUnJ " -K. J. ASTOX, e. University of Nashville. THIS Institution was founded by the State of North Carolina in lT(Ji, as llavidsnn Academy. It became Cumberland College in 1SU0 aud University of Nashville lnlio. The Literary Department, Will be re-opened under a new Organisation, anil with new Buildings on the First Wednesday of October next. Kev. Howard Waiwwiimti, U. D., Professor of Ethics and Belles letters, and Chairman of the Faculty. Rev. J. W. MiCuLuivoa, D. 1)., Professor of Ancient Languages. ' ALaxiNiixs P. Stswabt, A. 51., Professor of Mathemat ics aud Natural Philosophy. Rev. J. B. Lindslkv, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and the Natural Sciences. Tuition 7S pur aunum Matriculation fee f 5. The Luw Department, Will also be opened on the flrst Wednesday of October next. FxAKCia II. Fnoo, Esq., I Wiixiam r. Coopeb, Ksq., V Professors. ,&,.,( . Fees for Lectures tlial per annum. The medical Department, Closed iU flrst Session with HI Stndents and8 Oradn ates; its second with 1.V.2 Students and St) Oraduatcs, anil its third with tt20 Students and 71 Graduates. The Fourth Annual Course of Lectures will commence on Monday, the With of October next, and ooutlnuo till the iirst of the ensuing March. Robust M. Pobtkh, M. V., Professor of General anil Special Anatomy. J. Bkrbikx Lisdsi.v, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Dean of the Faculty. . C. K. Winhtok, M. D., Professor of Materia Medics and Medical Jurisprudence. A. H. Bi oniSAX, M. D., Professor of Burtflcal and Pathological Anatomy. . , TuimAS It. JansiBus, M. D., Professor of Institutes of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. : W. K. BViwuno, M D., Professor of Theor and Prac tice of Medicine. i Jons M. Watwik, M. !., Professor of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children. Paix F. Kvs, M. D., Professor of Principles anil Prac tice of Surgery. ... Wiu.iaii T. BBinos, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Anatomical rooms will be opened for students on the flrst Monday of October. , A full I'retiinlmu-y course of Lectures, free to all Stu dents, will he given by the Professors, commencing on the first Monday of October. A Clinique has been established, In connection with the 1'nlversltv, at which operations are performed and cases prescribed for and lectured upon In presence of the Class. Arrangements have been made to accommodate all pa tlents requiring surgical operations. Amount of Fees for Lectures In tills-Department la $1(10. Matriculation Fee, (paid once only,) (S; Practical Anatomy, H'lS Graduating Fee fS- Good Board can lie obtained for $.1 pat 'week. 11, SnniiNl Announcement el vlita a fun account of the several Departments of the UnrreraMy 'may be hail by applying to' A. V.B. LINDSLKV, J.1MES ARMSTRONG, ronvARnnn An ;ohmissiox No. 41 Market street, fharleaton, 8. C. NOTICI- As thc South Carolina Kail Hoad com pany will cease tn forward Goods on and after the 1st of July, 1M, 1 olfer my services as Forwarding and Commission Merchant. All Goods directed to my care will bo forwarded promptly and with despatch. I will also receive and sell any Prod urn consigned to me, or forward as directed; and offer the following named gentlemen as Itrftrcnre .- n. W. Conner; Courtney, Tennent Ooj Oillliands, Howell A Co.; Hyatt, McBumey A Co.; Town send, Crane A Co.! D. F. Fleming A Co.; Havilaml, liar rat A Co.; Williams A Price; Plerson, Jennings A Co.; W. II Beach: B. W. A J. P. Force A Co.; Hand, Williams A 'ii. ci..,hrl,lln. Mller A Cn.i Shepherd. MiCreery A Co.; ilanklu. Pulliam A Co.; Hare, Calhoun A Co.; John Fraser A Co.; uco. r.. I mrm-; n. o. imiii m., -c.. ... w.l, Iron A Co SussdorffA lldlng; Cameron, Webb A Co ; Dewing, Tlinver and Co.; hwbank and Oantl; llrown anilBtone; Condict, Jennings and Co.; 11. II. Williams; D. A. Ambler; R. II. Stoddard and Co.; Gustavus Follln; J S. and L. Bowie and Co.: nates and Mitchell; MrCar ter and Co.; Ilaselllneand Walton; Roosevelt, llydrand Clark; Bancroft, Pelts and Marshall; Browning and lie man; Oindradl and Duucan; F. 1). Fanning and Co.; F. I.anneau; P. M. Cohen and Co.; T. M. Horsey ami Co.; James Adger and Co.; W. W. and J. R. Read; Fosartlc and Delanil; W. G, Bancroft and Co.) James C. Jones; John Russell; Kelt-hum. Taylor and Co.; Ilaydrn. Brother and Co.; Ilavne and Yates; R. Ilawley; James F.. Spear; Caldwell, Blakelv and Co. llolmea and Stoiiey; II. F. Baker and Co.; Mathlessen, Simons and Co.; It. Putin; W. and J. K. Adger, Slmonds, Run and Co.; John Dsty; Fackler, Coleock and to. . rtepn i, toot om oiu Inxxo OlAtssj,. FIIIIK Third Session oi me Mima urns, will commence I nn Wednesday, the oth of September. - . tv at ' -r-STk At- B Sent. 1. 04 . viiup.. v rnnahor Vrsv m-s.'tsBd rxjio take charge of Forest Hill Academy. Innt need Ji apply but those who hare taken a thorough Colic giate course, and have established a charartor (or leach ing. Forest Hill Asadewiy ia sow ha rapid progress of . .. -.1 in h MmnldMl In I Una tut the eonsirucmiii, .it. - 1 ----- .- Schnol to commence by the 1st of October next. Hy order or ine stam row,.-.-.. Aug. , ISM. WM. II. BALLFW, Itorciary. Call on. IBs tools.- NOT personal, but Mil thoas imlentsfl to th underaiirfiSii either try not or ac count, will lse enll nnd pay ths same, for money h wsnlsftinl imirl luive. A.ij. 11 (ii;n. V. KOSM. SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY Tjottor y. BT AtTnOBtTT Or TUB STATE or ALABAMA. Conducted on the Havana plan. IO.OOO Nutffb-ers 238 lrlia. Every frize drawn each drawing. CLASS K. T be drawn the 20th f September. Capital, t'inOu " ftOOO S000 ' .. . l.'iOO In all 2S8 Prize, amounting to SSO.ooO. Tickets (5; Halves and Quarters in proportion. All communications strictly contideutiul. SAMUEL SWAN, Aqint "and Managtr; Plgfl oY th Hrorixe Lioriti; Montgomerr. AIa. July 14, 1854 tf 803 MKS. lll'MPIinET'S SCHOOL. THE Winter Session will open on the 1Mb September. UTSAUBV DKI-ABTNkNT. First Class ttn.or) Second Clas S.0K Third, or Infant Clasa fi," OBHAMKJTAI. par I BTB Kf . Drawing and Painting in Oil, Water Colors, MnuocroDiatie, Lithographic board, Ac f.lK Kmbroltlery in Chenille and Silks ft.oti . Kmbroidery on Canvass, Cloth, Muslin, Ac . , . . V.lHI . Instruction given to any one other thau regular pupils in Drawing or Embroidery, will be charged the usual rales, (tu. No pupil will be admitted for teas than half session, ami none after the classes shall have been organised, which wilt be done by the expiration of the sccoud week. Incidental expenses $1 per scholar. Athens, Aug. 11, l,v4 6t 807 . X'-u.x-xxlT? Soocl, o F superior quality, for sale by ... aug 11 J MCHllEJia OlI.LhM'IE. Xjlttlo's "VClilto Oil. Till 18 is the best remedy ever offered to the public fr . the various Diseases of HOICKS, vis: Swelled Joints, Sprains, Cuts, Saddle and Collar Galls, Scratches, Poll-Kvil, Fistuln, and In fact every description of dis ease fo which the Horse Is liable. It is now In general use as a I.IMMKNT for ma, as no bettef can be matte, and has been very sttcccssnil ly used fof Pnina and Sores of almost every kind, and In some instances has made a perfect cure uf Hhounia. tlm. Fur sale by G. W. Boss A Co., Alliens. . J. A. Wbiuiit A Co., Sweetwsur, And by Druggists and Merchants throughout the coun try, Principal Depot ScottsviUe, Albemarle co.. Tn. July ti, ISM ly " Toast -V-oiclss. frjl'LPniTRIC, Nitric and Hydrochloric fir Muriatic s Acids, of the purest quality, for sale low, hy July HI G. W. KOSS. ALFBBO BAIKB. T. n. CASH SLL. BAKER & CASWELL, GROCERY A IV D COMMISSION jVLorouants, IroAl itrcet, AugiiMta fill. WILL promptly attend to the sale of Cora. XVItQi.t. Itiicon, Lurri, 0;it, Stc. cniiHitfiit'tl to their cuiV'. AdvanrCi if required, umdu on J'roducv lu Storo. Aug. , KM iy ftifl Corner of Mafn and tut? street", lviiovllls Ti'iin. rgVlK fluWrihcr having completed liltilnrpe nnd com J. , moilloiiH lioufte, heirx leave to link of friends), nnd the public peneritUy, ft nhiir of public patron npo. The limine In entirely hew; the roouiH large mid well ventll Inted, wnd no exHiie im been up red In funiinliiittr H hi a Htyltt and tiiHiiuer to give comfort and nut infliction to thoHc who sojourn in It. The cub Utility of thin Howie to the Coiirt-hoiiHe, And business port. mi of the city, an well an to theHteiunhout Isitniliufi:, and Hall rond Depot (which will li Hly he completed.) inures it a deidrnhle a topping place for the Merchant vlnitinp tfie city on bul neioj, or ttie traveler necking plerifure. The minftcriher'ii long experience aa proprietor of a public tmune, added to a determination, to do all he can to render li if cus tomers comfortable ami URtUfled, warrant him in thtf belief he can do ao, and to that end invltel a trial. Aug. U, iini JA.MKB UK IX, Pnpritir, JOHN It. WALLACE & BROTHERS, WIIOLKSAI.K A MO BKTAIL PBAMEBS IN Ilordnnre, Hoot-., Mmm, l.'rrrrl,N, HlaNiiiisr l'oivli-r, Ortaifon hterl, unit Stiffly Fund Corner of Whitehall and Alabama streets, , ATLANTA, G.. XS" N. 11. Particular attention is paid lo the S'ew Orleans market from which we lire constantly rei-drlng supplies. J. B. WAl.t.ACB. C. n. WAU.ACB. 1. W. WALI.IC1. Aug. 18, lsM ly Ho Sufcart Hiifrnrt WE take pleasure In lntbnnln onr customers Oinl we have Just received a superior grude of New Orleans rJuirar; also Crushed Sugar. Also, a very superior IIIik Htonei the best Indigo, and many other Urutfs, which you can obtain by culling at the Farmers' Cheap Eiore, by July 21 C. F. AT. P. OrrtSON. BOGAIIT'S IIOTOEIIj, (About IbO ftcpt Xorth of tht Depot,) riflliAUEtPIIIA, TKJIN., IS still open for the entertainment of Travelers. Per sons traveling on the Cars, stopping at or starting from this point, will be jurlkMiirly attended tn. Jkig fftitfn carriett to awl fcinn the without chttrge. Those who have patronised us during the last four or five years have our thanks, and we solicit aud hops to merit a continuance of patronage. . , August 4, If WM) PTJIiTON IIOTJ8E, Near the South Passenger Depot, Atlanta, eorfin Ji II. IIIOLHl ItX, I'roiirit tor. THIS targe anil commodious House Is now open for the reception of visitors, ninl the proprietor has spared neither pains ot expense for the accommodation of all who may call. Aug. U, lhM-ly bus Fall Importatlcriia nv i)UNC IN, MORGAN & CO.. No. 70 Public Square, IVnahvllIo, Tctin. WE are now receiving' and will have In stof c tJ th middle of August, our entire stock of ; Fall and Winter Iry ;oilm to willed we invite the careful attention of Merchants generally. We particularly invite those buying for cash or on short time to examine uur slock umlprlcos. Our success In conducting ahnslnosa on thi'r'PpCAHII AMI H1IOKT TIMK PltOMIT PAY rlVHTKM..,! satisfies irs that it Is entirely practicable, aud that tin-re is a largo class of buyers, who, closely studying their best inter ests, are now artlng upon that system. . . Cash as fuour Tina Haijm enable us to keep our means in rapid use, and thereby greatly te reduce Iho prullis required tu sustain a business predicated on long credits; In addition to our purchases, we will have A llirprr Iht of (loods on consignment, embracing various hrnnits rif I'otton Varus, and over OKI bales llltOWN liOMEMTICrt, Drillings, Ac, of all grades and prices. These floods are olfored freely tn the trails Iu general, regardless of whether other good urc bought or not .. . DUNCAN, MOllffAN k CO. tPW All kinds of llarter taken in exchange for goods, or sold for customers without charge. uug 4, TW 2m GARDNER, SDEPIIERD & CO., W1I0I.KSALF. SRAI.F.ltS iS S II O E S, II A T S, AS JStSm-TjaCT C3r-00AsB," No. lid Public fkiCAKX, INnttli vlllc, Tend. "TIME attention of Merr.tanta fs renpocffutfy Invited to JL our extensive Fall and Winter upplli-s. of tht aliove floods, which arc Dow arriving' and win be com plete hy the xolll of August. Our purchases are made exclusively of manufacturers, and we are determined to compete successfully iu prices with New York and Philadelphia jobbers. Our. ability to do this will not be denied by any candid man who will take the trouble to invrstigilta the matter and SOW' pare our advantages with those of Kastcrn houses. Ulir IftOCK Will Oe unusually lare mm vni .c, oimi ,.j - ers mnf ret nu finding with us everything In ftur line adapl'il to the wants of the trade, at ns low prices as can he found in this or any other market. OAIIDNKII, HIIITtlEHf) A CO. The nsual prod hco of the country Wool, Fentlmfs, (lluscng, Ac. taken at the highest market value, in ex change for (Inods, or In payment of debts. , July KI.IHM Hiu t'4 0,9. t Crf. "A7"liof-t and liny t WK wish tn purchase a large lot of good Whoat and Hay, for which we will pay a liberal price. Aug 4, '64 KKYE8 A HDNDtiltfON. AT tliiu office, n lioy from 14 to JOywiMrtf niro. an nn npuronticu to tlie) I'ifiitiiisf linainiiaft. Onn with n nrettv r'fiiul Knirliuli education, nnd who in willing to liilior fr hi living. Apply iiunieuiiitoiy. Ait)nHt 18, J 83-1. Wheat ! Wheat I "7K wimt to purchase good clean W Mont, T for which lilil " wi" h?1.jr,';n' July It. - MPAM)KiN t IIPK'ION. moWgWery hall, lIonir,,,or Aln BY 8. LAXlKlt fc SON', . Formerly of the Lanier Joue, Moron, fja., and late of the Lafarge, Attn orlt. July 14. lBMtf ofl J) aet Ilcrr-ivetl, tf ''ft- IH ""'! 80O Ins Rlr 10 kegs ftH' Nalls-and for sale by Aug. V (. r! R0HP . rioiisix i it"1ovk1i t o N hnnd it lot of linrli superior I'lnuglis, and Inr suit) Inr? Iy A ui? li s. k. ki:i:ii;k.