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POPULATION OF TUKKEY.
Hit lion. George P. Mnitli, late Minister to Con.tnti..oi!e. ami oeof tl.e..t sel.ul.tn. in ih.UmUJSUU,. delivered. t" T....,.v of lt '' '' fsmi.l.to.iian Institute t U-..l.igw t.tv. ou. Constantinople "J Bl'""' Ir." of the Louisville Courier. tav 'A.-i ;i;v;:;i;!rt::,,.:c -1 l , (, V(.,oul ,-cet f le Tn'Vnli .i-.nlcr of the city of fultnn eon UimalMUt 4..i.lMIII.nl, mi't '' Hfcea tie orderly coimiiiiiiity, nor one mor five froi'ii crime, of like number cannot be tumid in the world. It is t-Mremely rare thitt a thj.li, robliery or murder is ever committed m that .art ol tliecitv.htreii,iiitlie.tlieriorlioin, Lcciiiii.d bv tiieGrwU. mur.lera mid awiHiu tiuiu iu the tborouijlifuiea are ot a dully oc currence. The Armenian. Mr. M. mid. were tiiperior lit the Turk in mental canci:y, but were veo.lianli, tervile ami iivmicioii. J hey were the merchant and Uankeraof the couii- tr"Tho Creel; lie denaled a quick, lively, Volatile, deceillnl, trvuclieioii, tnd fl money, and iiuerupuloii us to Hie mean used tor ob taining it. Tlu-i are infinitely more cruel and blood tbirstv than the Turk, ami far more revengeful. They posst-a. little of the c.ao itie which rendered their ancestor o lllus triom, haviiitf neilher the constructive jroiiiut by which ancient Greece wan adorned, nor the literary talent which how forth in tucli illiiiiiiiiating blaze durini; llie 1'ioiid day ol theie ancient republic. In fact tliey m c al most totally destitute of literary talent; and their religion, that of the Greek Church, i utterly destitute of morality and i.iely.or uny living and improving princij le. It is nothing more in their eve lliau an antagonism to .Ma lionietanini. Tiie IJible, Mr. M. atiited, is used freelv, printed, circulated, and read iuTurkey, by llie Turk, tho most enlightened of whom are favorable to and imxioiit for the general introduction of Christianity. The establish ment uf the Greek Church in Turkey Mr. M. considered, would be but riveting the clmiiia of darkness, superstition, bigotry and igno ranee upon the people, now anxious for light, knowledgeand improvement. But if Protes tantism could tjive form and iiiliittitice to the religion to be introduced into that country in the place of Islnniism, which i destined to give way before the light of a higher civiliza tion, Turkey and the Turk might tiie to a hii;li position us u unliou in the Christian world. "The New York Express lliinka thai, desperate 11 llie alrii;,'ole lum already bcrn between Russia nnd the Allica, tlui war can hardly be said to be begun in i-arncat. Russia ia crowding her beat suMim the Imperial Guard into Poland, evidently detoriniiii'il to atrilto a heavy blow in tlint quarter aliould the German elates join France and England, or, if not that, to allow aui-li idealist us Kossuth tho grim liopeleaancaa of ever renliziiiu; Ilia dream of the reconstruction of Pcliind. Nor i tliin nil. 'J'he Czar, in the event of Ne aelrudV letter liaving no Influence in briii liig the slrufjlc diiloui:iticully to a close, U aid to liavo resulted on suiiiiiioiiing to tin lield liifteen men out of every thousand, which lie calculate will givo liint a million of troop and these are to take the tield n early a possible. On the other hand, the Western powers nro not idle. Whole fleets lire on tliu way to tho Black .Sea with fivsli reinforcements, wliilu nt home both in Eng land and France the reapcclivu Governinelits me btraininj every nerve to alrvnytlii'ii, pre aenlly mid proKpeelively, the forces ahc.dy iictively niaged in hiiKtiliiies. We do not expect to learn that Sevastopol Inns fallen, this winter. Ueseigeia und beHeigod iippear (o bu mutually wearied out with mutual daughter, and resolved to pause awhile but it is only a pause to regain IreJi strungtli lor reliowed carnngf. I.Oiid FoiiTil." VVe published the other day tin extract from a letter in the N. Y. Tub une, by its London correspondent, to tliu el feci that a young iiobh in hi, wiih the title of Lord Forth, had been aenl homo from llie Criuie.i disgraced for eowaniice, and that since Ilia arrival in London he had been black balled in the clubs, and that his lather, the Earl uf Pe.-lli, had disowned him. Uu the wlioie it was quite a pretty story, but we are satisfied that it is a puro fiction . The New York Albion good authority saya Lord Forth I a in ah; that there is uu audi title among the lng'ih nobility, and no found lion ill point ol fact fur tliu Tribuuu's state uicnU Financial Joking. iu the range of finan cial Joking thero are few better thing than the following: "The Lafayette (Indiana) American i quite glorious at llieaiiecvss of one of their ahating ahop. iu legally avoiding the payment of iu obligations. A Jlr. foiilli. of this city, carpet bag iu baud, called on one of these con cern with rS.uui) of it paper, and asked for the gold. The eashiur assured him that It would afford the directory and himself the greatest pleasure imaginable to accommo date th bill holder ol their institution, a uf at Oil tiie allotted, whereupon he opened the vault and exhibited a very lespeuluble pile of gold, which he (aid was 12 J per cent, on their circulation, the previse amount the law required them to keep, lie could not tlurelui e, apareany portion of it to Mr. Smith without violating the law, which plainly and unequivocally required iheiu to keep it. 1 MoiiTisiNQ C'iiiskl. Clarendon Williams, of Jackson, Tennessee, has invented a mor tising tool, w hit.ll consist in the peculiar ar rangement of an niigtir, mid n rectangular or four-sided chisel, w hereby, as the nugur pro greases tutu the wood, tho eliisel does also, thus forming a mortise al uuu operation by olio motion. J-$f Fernando Wood, the new Mayor of Nuw York, n few days ago received a ticket from a sln'o company tendering him the compliment of n free ticket in their line of tage during his term in iillico. ilo inline diiiloly returned the ticket with n polite note, in which he any: "I desiro to bo left entirely independent, unbiased by the reception of any favors from those over whose interests my public duties inay call mo to act, 1 have refused all simi lar oilers Irom others, and shall in no manner avail myself id' Ilium hilst Mayor." f-fir Kinma Moore, tho missing girl, whose mysterious disappearance excited all Roches ter, some time since, ia supposed to have been discovered alive Ion, nt Ciiuinnidi. Al any rale, the Mayor of that city has got hold of a joung lady, whom he supposes to be Km inn, and wlwui ho la keeping in custody until kite ia Identified by her friends. A SMART llov "Hoy, you teem to bo quit mart altogether tuu imurl for this school: can you tell me how many six black brans artl'1 "Ye. ir, half a dolcu." "Well, how many nr half a dozen white beans!'' "Nx." "Ireuieudoii smart bo) I Mow tell me how uuiiy white bean there are in fix black oneif" ''llnlf a doren, if yox is Vn, M.i4SAcnrtrrs GoviiNoa 'a Messaoe. Gardiner, the Know Nothing Governor of ili'jacliuetts. wa inaugurated on the Hh in st. A telegraphic dirpatch to the Louisville paper, give the following syn-psi of hi Message: The Menage treat principally of the for eign population; tbo ibily uf Americans to wards them; notices I he great increase of im migration and the l.eg.'ary and crime incident to it; nres lluit wi.-e. stalesmniiiip should iu terfere wiiliiu the limit of the coitiliition to dirtet, nnieliorate, mid control these ele ments; contends the dominant race must reg ulate he incoming cla-s; rceommeiid all school aided by the State shall ue the same liiiiguage; the disbanding of all military com panies, founded on nml developing exclusive ly foreign sympathies; retaining th-i Uible in public schools: ami' opposing every measure tending to the union of I hurch and Slate; particularly severe on the importation uf foreign dema ogues, Agiagriaiis; lied l!epul. henus nnd others; opposed to easy way of nnt uralizal ion; holds that foreigner are entitled to enjoy all the hlesiiigof the eoiiiitry, but the nation should coulimie to administer laws iii-eordiiig to its ow n jiidgmcnl; recom nieudsiin amendment of the const istut ion so that alien elective franchise be restricted to twentv-one years after nnluralizniiuii. (rr Pimelech Van 'i'. asi II nays, Ihere nro few question mure frequently asked than tiie following "what will it end in?" The jnery was imeti propiiiiiidi d to a Seotclim m, who wa trying In keep on the sale side of a mad bull, ilo replied, "wait till the tail breaks, and yotiM ken all about it." The answer of our oat meal friend, was a very correct one, ami what is more, uf universal application. When you see a man of small means dealing in extravagant expenditures, don't be impa tient, you will know nil about the mystery when the tail breaks" that is, when his creditors la-come alarmed, and insist on an o irly acquaintance with his cash book. When this tikes plaeo, it will be discovered that your friend was a sliaver,and that he has been striving for half a life time to keep on the safe aide of a bull, known as the Court of Bankruptcy. Mr. Van 'Splurgu is teller in a Wall Street Dunking Institution. Van Splurge lites fast, and takes on airs. Van Splurge gambles in stocks, nnd go. his length on railroad speculation ,-ind other ex eitemuHla. Van Splurge will get along well o.iougli until "the tail breaks." When that takes place, it will bo discovered, that Van Splurge has dci.lt ill false entries, nnd has just acquired a sudden taste for visiting Ell rope. Some ten mouths since, the Allies de clared War against Russia. The question now is, "what will it end in V ,,,"Wiiit till the tdi breaks and you wi.l ken all about it.'' In other words, keep patient until the cost of the tight doubles tliu taxes of industry. W hen that happens, a re action will follow. The Hull rebellion will take tho place of the Bear, Russia, and cause tliu Allies more troll blu lit London and Paris th in they nro now meulilig with before Seb.istopol. Again, vc repeat, wait till the tail breaks. Rl'ssia a.vu l.mtiiTV. A writer in the Lou isville Democrat, who nppears to bo familiar with the character and history of the govern ment and people of ltuseia, says: Give to the llussiati people a constitutional government, and after a season of iiuiirchy ami blood, they would return to their despo tism, (lifer to them liberty, and, without un derstanding, they would reject, the boon. Lu ring llie revolt of 1N2S, on the accession of Nicholas, "the republic." wns proclaimed, and heartily agreed to by the soldiers, who on ly asked to know " who then should bo Czar." They also accepted tiie constitution with with enthusiasm, so long as they be lieved "constitution" to be the wife of tho Grand Duke Constantino. Czarism then is a necessity based on the barbari.-m and nation ality ol the Kussiau people. Tiik IIorskmah lit Death. The following et 1 rt'-t of u letter of an officer on board the tnitpiirvil, oil' Billakluva, Oct. '28, described some curious incidents iu the late action. t he words however, to Lord Cardigan, as di rected to Cnpiaiu Nolan, doubt le.s originated iu tome liiireport; that officer hud seen too iiiuch gallant service for such a reproach to have been under any circumstances addressed to him. "Captain .Nolan of llie lath Iliistnrs, wa teen riding away from the Russians. Lord Cardigan hailed him In stop, or he would have him tried for cowardice, but when hi horse joined the cavaly, every one was horri fied to find that H. wa shot through the heart. Is it not most extra. rdinary f Lx cept his horse wa running about wildly, one would have supposed thai he was alive." The NebniKkians have their troubles as well us others. Politic il baseness appeals to bu fully developed iu that region if wc may believe the various rumors nflont. Tho fol low ing f rom the Dulleview (Nebraska) Palla. dium, is a sample: Bout Coustv. We arc assured by n gen tleman, who enno directly from Hurl county, thai there not a single house or resident iu thai county, except savaoes and wild he sts and what til il? w hy, that county has elected threu men to the Terrilorid L-gislutiirc! (.'an an outrage like this hec nilurcd by the free pc.nplu of Neiiras'in! .Will llie good sense of the cople allow those men to lake their scats in the Legislature! We know there are wolves in that county, but they go about ill their natural garb but the wolves most lo be dreaded, are political wolves in sheeps clothing such uro they who defraud tho people by giving places which have no inhabit nits a representation, and not allowing a representation nt other pli.ces having a numerous and respectable population. If you w ish to be appreciated, get men! Thc'poor man's company is not sought, his advieu not heeded, hi talent not perceiv ed! Gel rich, and women will think you mar vellous handsome; your common-place any ings w ill be repeated as gems of a brilliant intellect; you will be c nsiiltud us an oracle of wisdom, invited to feasts and elevated lo the highest positions. There nro only Hough exceptions lo prove the generality ol the rule, thai iir is only incited to dinner who can afford a good one ol his own; and yet this sordid meauuesH perv.-idi sail aiwivty, showing its loathsome visage iu all the walks of lite, and wu nurse and loster, instead ofdespising it. Duru.tso. Togg's dictionary of Chronol. i. gy iu.-o. t y published, contains under the Head of 'duelling,'' n list of nitwit celebrated duels fought iu all parts of the w orld during the last hundred nnd fifty yearn, with tho re marss that In onu hundred and seventy two duels sixty eight of the eombntaiits were killed and ninety six wounded; in eight both couibalnnls fell, mid iu eighteen the survi vors were hanged. 'J hesu statistics will en able getii.emeii combatively inclined to cal culate their chances. fjT In d-sciibing the death nml burial of n lovely ehihl, a cm respondent of llm Ohio Cultivator gives this beautiful yet touching glimpse of real lil'e: "And now (hero cmw a s idtli-r moment ihnn id : tottering with her feeble step, thu gr itidiuother, w ith her weight id' V ears, had come lo oiler consolation to her stricken children. W ith w ild emotion lite be renved mother loaned her head on her parent's breast, nnd sobbed out her griuf. Willi holy words tho old lady comforted hei, nnd then camo mid bowed lo r head lo look into that calm, infant face. 'She look like an angel, does sho not, mothcrr whlqetd the mourner. SI,,, t'f mi angel, mv ehihl,' replied the grand mother, a solemn, lolly awe overspreading Iter face; 'she Is wief now than any of us; for she has read the freat mystery.' " TRIBUTE OF RESPLCT. Charlf.sto.i, Toiiii., Jan. 2, 1855. Ala culled meeting of Iliwassee Lodge, No. 183, the following preamble and resolu tion were unanimously adopted: Whf.keas, The Supremo Ruler of the Universe lias seen proper iu his wisdom, to remove from time In eternity our highly es teemed brother, J. A. Stuvkr therefore, Ilesn'xed, That by his death this Ixidge h.is lost one of its brightest jewels, and the com oiuuiiy an honest nnd worthy citiz n. In ull his transaction with his feilow men he came near living up to the golden rule, "do unto others;. you would II ive them do unto you." Me b is been taken from our midst in the iiieiidiau of life. Though surrounded by many warm I'riviids not one uf his relations was present in the trying hour of death We will ever retain in memory high esteem and veneration lor his many uobie qualities. lteJitJ, 'I'll: t the members of this Lodge wear the usual bulge of mourning lor thirty days, und that a copy of these it-solutions be sei.t to the parents ot our deceased brother. and thai the Cleveland and Alliens papers be requested lo publish them. JOHN M. DATES, IP. M. S. D. Stout, .Vc'y. TRIIiUih Lif uiubi- P. At a culled meeting of Allegany Lodge, No. 114, of Free and Accepted Masons, in the Lodge room in the town of lllairsville, Ga., December 13th, 1851, thu Worshipful Master announced tho mournful intelligence that brother Robkkt W. Vouko, of Oak Bowery Lodge, Eliijny, Ga., and recently from Monroe county, Tenn., had been strick en by thu ruthless hand of denth. On mo. lion, a committee consisting of L N. Tram mel!, Rev. Goodman Hughes and John Da vidson, were appointed to report resolutions expressive of the feelings of this Lodge un der so afflicting a dispensation of Providoi.ee. The following report was then made, nnd unanimously adopted : Whkrcas, The members of this Lodge have assembled together on this occasion, under clicuuislances peculiarly painful and impressive. Our brother was lar nw.-iy from a kind parent's home no ; fl'-etionato moth er or kind sister was thero lo smooth his pillow soothe his cares, or whisper words of consolation in hi dying car. Such was the fate of him whose loss we deplore whose memory we revere. Never will ho again meet with us here to kindle afresh the II ones of loco and friendship, flu will lin ger no mere around our altar to hear the si cred words of truth and honor taught. We trust he has b on taken to that L dgc eternal high up in the llc.ivnns tlierufore, itesolied, That thu members of this Lodge wear the usual Masonic, badge of mourning iiimemory of brother Voting for thirty days. Resolved, That the members of this Lodge deeply deplore the death of our brother. By his death .Masonry has lout a jewel; Oak Dowry a member wlusc place will long be vacant. Wo will ever cherish hi memory with respect and esteem, und hold his gener ous trails of character worthy of our imita tion. Resolved, That this Lodge tender their sympathies and condolence to the parents and relations of brother Voting. Itenolved, That the Secretary be requested to furnish copies of these proceedings t the par en Is ol the deceased, to Oak Dowry laidge, and also to thu Masonic Journal, published at Marietta, Ga., nnd Athens Post, at Athens, Tcun., and request publication. L. N. TltAMMF.U., Goodmak Hughes, J oh. Davidson. f The Russians, alter all, are not the cannibals some of the Major Longbows, w riting to tho English journals, occasionally make out. As witness the following extract of ii letter from one of tho privates of 11th i lussars, taken prisoner lit Dalaklava: 'I must say that since we have l ei-n in the hands of I lie Russian they have behaved like gentlemen to us in every resided; nnd We have been treated equally as well ns il we had been with our own countrymen. They have even allowed us this very great indulgence of willing home." Wisdom. A little girl about five years old, heard a preacher praying most lustily, till the roof rung w ith thu strength of sup plication. Turning to her mother and beck oning the maternal ear down to a speaking distance, alio wliipcrd, "Mother don't you think that, if he was nearer God he. wouldn't have to pray so loud!" 05" 'l'H Vl'ry l'lu'irt ''' the Albany Ar gus that the public sentiment here at the North Ins undergone, already a great nnd la voruble change on the subject of the Nebras k i enactment and that il has all but censed to be an available or convenient tlicuio w ith political aspirants. That mischievous ngiln lion has had its dav. The Waii is Ei-.nui.and. 'I Iiu European Times, received by I he last steamer, says: If any doubt existed in the mind of tun Emperor ol Russia w ith regard In thede termi nation of the Diitish to carry on the war in w Inch we nriM'tigaged lo a successful issue, it must be dispelled by the deoates in Parlia ment this week. One spirit seemed to pre. vade both Houses that of humbling the pride and eripp.iug the pouor of ti c Czar; and strong us Ibis feeling is within thu halls ol legislation, it is stronger out of doors. In fact, such unanimity on one subject was nev or before known to exist in thecoiiutry. As one ol the speakers observd, il was not the government which was impelling tho people so much as the peoplu who were impelling the Government. 'J'lltV akk Cominu ! The lletumnn of the Don Cossacks, General Chemutoff, has issued an order to the Cossacks of llie Don, iu which, niter setting forth the religions character nnd objects of the war Russia is engaged in, he sa s : "Let all of you, friends, saddle your horses, sharpen your sabres, fasten liruily tour dread lul piku on its shall, and iu the namu of God and the Czar, come on !" 7" The lax of Nicholas Long worth, Esq , id' Cincinnati, amounts this Unr lo thirty ihiusuiid three hundred and twenty tight dol lars. Thai is the amount he lias paid into thu treasury thi year, ns a tax upon hi property. A Victim to Gamduho. Samuel D. Sco ville, the defaulting officer of the Marine Dank Agency, of Macon, Ga., has, il is uaid, niadu a lull confession of delinquency, and manifests fl proper spirit of resignation lo the fate thai awaits him. Gambling victimized Scoville, as il has done a plenty of others. i-if The gross receipt ol the Wilmington and Manchester Rail Road for the last twelve months fool up three hundred nnd thirty thousand dollars, nnd the net profits one hundred and forty thousand dollars, being equal to scvmi percent. Upon lbs whole cost of the work, stock and loans included. ' Your stair are vory dark, Mr. Do you lliluk 1 can tiud the but- Dot, so II. lolld " "Nothing easier, my dear Madams. All you have lo do it to let go the banister ud mskt a ttmnbls." A Fr. Fwht. Tne Rondout ( N. Y. ) Courier give the particulars of an outrage. perpetrated on a passenger on llie Hudson River Railroad, lecen ly, which will probaly cost the company a trille. A .Mr. Polant. of Kingston got in the cars at New York to go A. .rtli, but being unable lo on. I a sent lie of. ft-rd lo wail for Hie next train, but I he con. ductor assured him thai a seat would be pro vided. He remained, llie cars Went on, hut no seat was provided for him: and when the conductor eaioe round, he refused to pay his tare, until lie was Itirmslicci won a scat. An altercation ensued, when the conductor sto- peU the Irani, anil woul'l nave lou-iblv elect ed him from llie ears, but the jrisseugers rose and a oeneral light ensued, in which the Rail road men came olT"eond Ik-sI." A suit has been commenced both against tho company and thu employees. X$f" A correspondent of thu Richmond Enquirer, w riting from Pnwhntlan, states that there is a negro woman living in that neigh borhood who is known to be one hundred and twenty six years old; w ho has never lost her appetite or eye sight; never took ; a dose of medicine or was sick a day and who was the mother of sixteen children, all of whom died uf old age. The Whig members of thu Missouri Legislature have uJuptcd a platform in which they discounteiianco in every way tho effort of the 1'rcesoilers.iud abolitionists lo continue the agitation of slavery in Congress or out of it, nnd they declare they will not vote for any person for Senator who is not favorable to the Nebraska bill and opposed to its rejiml. Wonderful and Extraordinary Cure or sates atisu ur TWKsrv tkahs aTAXiasu. Never lu my life tinve 1 hud su mueli plessure in doing mi thing kj in (living litis certitkute to llie wurlii, uinl t tiu'Mf it tuny be llie c-anso uf llmu-isiiiU uf my Mluw-erenturi-s bcili-t relieves from tiiat dreudrtil ilinvasc, rheuuKitl-nti. My wifv tins been uitacud w iili it lur 2i) years, iiiuhI of Hie taiie suffcriii; excruciiiliiijr pains lu every irt of hei' uody. tUvinK no t-juetlte whatever, she tvus reduced tu almost it skeleton. So violent were the piilns Unit il.t seldom coat J sleep without inking lutgu doses of opium. vcry Joint sus swelled very much, snd her knees, lifiids und uock, covered Willi large lumps, tflic uouUI do uo kind of work, the sinews M.ud iiiuav-i being; so turd sod contracted tli -tt her limbs were drswii together, so tlist she wits ubii-fed to be ia bed con-.l-ui'ly. lu Hits condition she had ben for 211 years, without ever gelling tuy relief from every thing site used, until she commenced the use of II. U. KAH UCI.I.'d AKAI1IAM LI XI. VI K.N T, llie lir.t bottle of which produced t grest change, he luis now used live bottles uaid the swellings Imve nearly all gone down; pain lias etitcrely left her; site sleeps well and soundly; is more fleshy than ever she was in her lire; has an excellent ap petite, und spins uuil sews ull day. lly the use of s few bottles more she must he as well as ever she was. If any one doubts this wonderful cure, he hus only lu call at my residence neiir Peoria, nml learn the circum stances Iroin my wife's own lips, or he can further in quire of any of my neighbors. 8AM'I. KI.SON. II. (i. I'AIMIKLI.'S AltAlilAN LINIMKNT is illso an excellent remedy for patsy, spraius, bruises, cramps, chilblains, burns, pains, toothache, sore eyes, Ac, and in horses or cattle Is llie best remedy ia the world where an external appllculiou Is required. took out nr QjunUrftlt ! The puhlle are cautioui-d agalust'another counterfeit, which lias lately made its appenrance, called W. 11. Far rell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the eouuterieils, because his having the name of l-'arrell, many will buy it In good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will perhaps outy dis cover their error when the spurious mii;;uru bus wrought Its evil effects. The genuine article Is manufactured only by II. ft. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No. 17 Main street, i'eoriu, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed, lie sure you get it with the letters II. O. before Varrell's, thus II. i. FAKItKLL'S nd bis signature on the wrap, per, all others are counterfeits. fur sale by G. W. ltoss, ami A. McKm.mx, Athens; llt-pcix, Wklu k Jonxsus, Cleveland; W. 11. Kky solus, Ileutoii; W. C. Vai-uuas, Columbus and regularly au tborised agents throughout the United Stutes. V rt-e 25 and 51 cents, anil tl per bottle. AliENW WANTK1) la every town, village slid hamlet In the United States, in which one Is not already estab lished. Address II. O. Farrell as above, accompanied with good references as to character, responsibility, c. nor. 24 Ira We are authorised to announce Col. Jas. IIickkt, of 1'olk county, (formerly nf McMiuu,) as a cnmlidate for Brigadier (leueral Clh llrtgade Tenuessee Militia. The llrig-ide U composed of tiie counties ol ltoaue, Monroe, McMiun, folk, and iiradtey. COMMERCIAL. Augusta Market. Al-ccsTA, Jan. 15. I hand you herewith nstateuieut ol our pro duce market, and remark upon one or t wo arli cles which have undergone n little change. li.icoN Hog round D a c, for old stock, but little new oll'ering; hams lltUc, latter tigure for fancy; sides il a 9c, demand light, but prices tit in, shoulders Sc. Lard Is in better demand and prices are firm at It) a H)e, bbl; aud 1 le, kegs. Tallow 120. liKKK On tout, 4 a Se. lloos Un foot 6 n 7c. Siikkp f 2 a 2,50, per head. Wool 18 a 25c. Coun $1,03 a 1,10; and retailing at tl,15, prices firm, stock liirht. Mk.ii. f 1,10 a 1,26; latter for bolted. WiikdT f l,6U a 2.IIU per bushel. I'i.ouii Scarce at (5 u 0 per hundred, sack nnd bbl. Oats 75c, nnd scarce. Sroi-K l'Ets tl.oOs. nr e nr.d advnecinf. Km fl a 1,25 no deniund now. Hay 1,40 a 1,60 per huu'd, in bules. Fount. h f I, '.!, no (lentund. Fiujit None iu market. 1-KAiiiKiis Dull ni;;7t a 40c. JKKaw.ti; W a ihe. Jturnstt Scarce at 18 n 22c. Kuu Scarce at 20 a 23c. l-ixuiiANOK i per cent, forsibt drafts on X. York. Tours, Tery truly, J. A. ANSI.KV, Comminrion and 'rwluve Jeeenrnf. Atluulu Itlurtift. Atlista, Jan. 13. . During the past week we have noticed the arrival of some liberal shipments of Groceries from New Orleans and iialliuiure, ilo. No 1'rodiiee, worth naming, has bceu received for several weeks past. IIacon Old, plenty, dull sale 8 a 10c. 1'oiik tiood supply, ti a tic per lb, net. Laud New, fair supply 1 1 a 12c. liuvTiat Source, in rcipicet 18 a 21c. (John Searce, iu demand 9.1 a fl per bu. , l on Mkal Scarce, in request 1 n 1,20. Fiocn Common superfine $U,S0 a 10 per barrel. Oats None in market, -would sell at C5 n 70c, per bushel. Cow I'kas. Scarce, $1,20 a 1,25. l-'tATiiKi; l-'uir supply, dull sale 43 n 45c. Corriiit Uio Ufa i:ie. Slgaii N. O., iu Midi, 5 a 8Je per lb. Molassks New crop aoo per ial . MoNi-.r Maiikkt l-'.xehanne stringent. Lxciianue sdghtdritlts ou New York i per cent, premium. Yours, truly, BF.AflO AnilOTT. Gentntl O'mmiMtioa Mtrvhtiut. Itluron illarkrt. Uicox, Jan. lo. Owin to the pressure of money inaiieis and limited sales of Cotton, but little doing past week. ' - Daws A few lots, new, offering, hog round 0 a tc; clear sides 0 a Vjc; choice hams 10J a lie; shoulders 8 ft 8jo. an Slocks ou hand moderate, by the barrel, .?. Cou! Source, sales ready tacked (1,03 a 1,10. Oats Scarce, tales ready tacked 78 a 75o. 1'tAS Source, tulct ready tacked (1,25 a 1,50. Mkal Source, talet ready tacktd $1,03 a 1,10. KLoft Scarce, good demand Hi a S per tnck luO Ibt r r.ATiiit Slow 40 a 43o. Hay Hood Tennessee 41,50 a 175 per 100. 1'kuit Dried peaches, vealed f i a 2. 1'oTAToas Irish, $4, a 4, per bbl. Uniom $44f I'er bbl. lturTKS tiood article 16 a 18o. Ci.rtkS Rio fr n 12 a lijo. Salt fl.DO a i.0 per suck. Exouanuk On New York i a . lUsneoifully, AU.ES PtTNlAP, (fmmm4rm fttretotmm. jVeefsa, (nr. Or. n'Uari Llwer PlIIo. Tbls great nwdl doe has supplanted all others for llie cure of disen.es of the Liver, lis effecU are so salutary and speedy, aud at the same time so perfectly safe, that It is not sur prising it should supeecede all otlicrs. Invented by a distinguished physician of Virginia, who practiced In a region of country In which llepatis, or Liver Complaint, is peculiarly formidable and cowmon.aod who had spent years io discovering the ingredients a.d proportioning their quantities. Uieeo Fills are peculiarly ad.ipteU lo every form of the disease. and never fail to alleviate th most obstinate cases of that terrible complaint. Thc.v Have justly become celebrate.!; and the researches of Dr. M'Lane have ptaoed his Dame among the benefac tors of mankind. No one having symfitume of this for midable complaint should be without these invaluable Pills. Have you a pain In the riirht side, under the edge of the ribs, which increases with pressure unable to Ke with case on the left aide with occasional, some times constant, paiu uuder the shouleer blade, freqi.ent ly extending to the top of the shouldcs? Rely upon it. that although the Inner pains are sometimes taken for rheumatism, they all arise from diseases of the Liver; and if rou would bare relief, go immediately and buy a box of Dr. M'Lane's Liver Fill.. Purchasers will be careful to ask for r. .V'ms' OWwW f.irr 'i'Wa. and take none else. There are other Pills, purporting to be Liver Pills, now he'nre th public. Dr. M'Lane's Liver Fills, also his Celebrated Vermifuge, can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores in the I idled States and Canada. For sale hy V. II. Kritii Co., Athens; J. A. k C. W. Corns, Madlsonvitle; and by uue Agent In every town in Tennessee. Jan. 12 Tli Rnon why tt Niti-rrrds. The Mustang Liniment has attained itseiionnous Hipularily, aud almost universal use, siaipty because It gives better Satisfaction, accomplishes more good, relieves more pain, and heals more wounds and sores than any other preparation ever before offered to the afflicted. Every bottle that s uicd sieaks for itself tells its own tale iu the relief It gives, and llie cure it effects. And then one who has suffered perhaps long years with pain, without hope of relief, and flmla in this Liniment an almost in stantaneous remedy, can nut help but speak in Its praise, and rei-oniiueud H iu the highest terms to all lliat he sees suffering. It needs nu other recommendation than a trial. For sale In Athns bv TVM. ni'RN in Calhoun by It. r. MAItTIN; iu Charleston by JAS. D. UAIN. jan.12 :tlurr inl, in iiti. vm.ii'i y, on me u Mini., vj 11. .ioo, r.q-, Mr. Jims I'. Loth, of 1'ollt icouuty, to Miss ttusjtTU D.mtu, of McMiun. ' Died, In McMinn county, on the 2"Jd ult.. of scarlet fever. IIkxht Ci av, ohle.t and only sou of Lamlon P. and Ro samond Itasiuger, aged four years, oue month and tweu-ty-three days. Weep not, parents, for your child, Kre he went fair angels smiled ; They tuned their golden harps, and sung, re his little, flight begun. Sigh not for him, he's gone above To live a life of purest love; Yes, could you nuw but hear him strg 'Twould make your hearts with Joy ring. lie was too fair to btoom below, Amid this world of sin and woe; lie's gone far up on high lo bloom, Although Ids body's in die tomb. He wears a robe of purest white, And rises with angelic niiht To slug aud fly around the throne And scan high lleurcn's highest dome. At evening let your prayers ascend And with his little voice blend, To sing aud praise tiie God nf lore, Who reigns supremely fur above. Then serve your God, his truth display While in this wicked world you stray. Then when your course of life is dous You'll lly to meet your angel sou. And live with him, with God on high, Where parents' ehilJreti never die; But ttiere on golden harps they play And sing lu everlasting day. II. C. D. Forest Hill Academy. THIS Initlttitlnn wns opened on the 8th Inst, for the recent Ion nt m.nils. under the uueriuteudauce of Mr. A. C. CAKNk and l.AUV. Terms of Tuition RoiuMnf?, Writing mul Arithmetic 99 X KnK'Uh itrtiummr nml Gtroffrnphy 0 0 All the &cienccfl, Uiglitrr Mathciuatfct. aud Lin- KUHgun 12 Of) Needlework aud Kmbroidi-ry o M DrHWiiift , A 00 Piiintlng 10 00 Kuril studt'i.t U rcquiri'd to pay $1 L'uiithiKeut Fee. No Ticket nvi fur lei than half a Hesiion. and no deduction made except in cuiei of protracted sit-knenti. The building U Urge and commodiom. and ilttiatcd upon an eiuiuenre near the town of Atheni. The Trus tee! can state with the utmost confidence to parent everywhere, that no place in Fait IVnneMee ii better iltuiiled for heallli than Athens. Nothing like local epi demic deactme Iinh ever Iteen known here. TheTuithm nnd Ocntlngeut Fee will, In all cnic, be reinilred in advance. Uoar.lii g can be had in private families on moderate terms. The Trustees have with much difficulty procured the services f Mr. A. ('. and Mr. N. F. Cahn., and from their pcraonal knowledge of them, aud the written tes timonials they bring, they take pleasure In reunmtnotid ing them a Teachers every wiiy qualified to discharge the Important trut coniWcd to them. Hy order of the Hoard. WM. H. BAM-EW, Jan. 1 iiSt) fciecretary. c MMTJS for sntite. by jau 19 KEVKS k HKXDKP.S0X. IHIl SAI.IT A NEOItO MAN, a first rate field hand. Apply lo JAMES d. 111111X117, Jan. 12 3t Athens Depot. JIMES B. C0OSS. WILLIt LOWRT. 100 KG & LOWRY, Attorneys ,t jjw. Jaul'.'-ly Allicuo, Trim. 830 it. iriTaicK. it- r. mvi.it. KIHKPATRICK & KEVINS, WHOLESALE fillOCERS, Commission Merchants, AND 11EALEK9 IX Forcirn and Uoiiientlc I.lquort, No. t and 9 Market street, Jan 19 1y-SlW IMsuiliville, Tenn. J0US tlLLIETT. Itn. II. I.1U,. LELLYRTT & KHIM!, WlIOLE-iALr. CKOCEltS, C07I.1IIKSIUM A WD I'OinVAKDISU 3VT oroliantB, . AND liKAl.tlel IN Wtitrs, Llquom, nnd Clffitra, No. 11 Market street, South of Spring street, NANJIl tl.M: TEFJX. MH. J. M. IIENDI'llSdX, of the firm of Keyes Henderson, will leeeive orders and colleet money for us ut Alliens. J in iw i.t-o-i I.. r:. i large Slock of Actf Hoods at 33A.S17I3jn.jNr COST. rnilll: undei sinncd offers to tilt puhtic Ills large and JL extensive stoek of (Jooda at Eastern eost and freiftlil. The ttia-k einliraees evervtlilnt lliat is new and desirable. Heine- desirous to wind up this eonrerii, of 1H years standing, and lake Into pantier.iiifi m on, W. r. Martin, he t ikes this inelhod of callllilC on those ..i... 1.1 mi in foraard and make nayiueut liunie- dlately. All falliiiR to do so will find their notes and ac counts In the hands of an timber or Attorney lor collec tion. And those who waul Uooils at eost can net theui at the old stand of B. V. MARTIN. Calhoun, Jim 111, lsoo-ii-iiw D. D. DICKEY, DKAl.KIt IN Heavy Ilardwro. o. 0 College sireci, nsnnt rtTAMMKUKDand KMIed Iron (more than 12 difr- D ..i... v..ti- i ttiaiL-wats U'rniiirlit lnik(ii; Jfi JL en I niaes-,1 nn nii'ii-i r. - -r Tat. Hie.ir, ud (Icrmaii Htecl; KngliKh and American .... ' . a - ii .ia..- Iiutr.irin Rt'iilfH. nil jhtsier Mivei, once " - ...... .... , fist-i; Counter S-alt n: Coffee Mill-; Iron Axel; Springs . . ... :. il .1.... ll.int r.- Av-Ia; llol- IV roueni ll-oil win, i iju-, u -, - 1 low Wure; Sad Irons; Hark Mills; flow CastlnKs. Airrlrii'nl Emplciurnlit A: Itlat-lilnrt. Plows of all patterns, made by the Nashville Plow Fac tor: aons; Wheelbarrow.; Cultivators) lt"ad fera ' ., . .I,..., i'.iit..r.; Van Mill.: Fruit Curs; torn nio-itei, -," -- adders; tlrlnd Klones: Horse l'owers and Threshers; norse uaKes; niHoi v.n....", ' - ,, ' daiisam Killers; Corn l.rinders; Corn V anters lair llushels; lluckei.; Tub; I'mnps of all kinds; Lend ripe; Ziuc Tips, and Hydraulic llauis. T I ii in-m .Utttrrtuia. . ai.-.t f.... T...li.tlnn ttu.al Klt.nl Tin riaie nuia c-r, -. -- . ... . (-.' -o ..i..... Hlii.,.t trtioittr: Connar lltttiiina: iron; wire, uu n.., - --,-t -. - . , - , Pin Lead, Uloek Tin; Wab rieltcr; Bheet line; kc. t oiintlryA: Jlur lilno no ,iutrini.. . . , l. lnVm. Tltflal.iirtfli Pn.li lt..llM. Pi iron i-iunura" - Iron- Iron for Blialtinf; loeoniolivc rlues; lank Iron; iron, , . ,. ,, v..lire.- ltll..r lllv. l.: l'alellt not rre-i-" -. A.ia Iairife ir nil Snoies. tar Axus, IUKflJi ilATEMAl.S. French Burr Mi'l Miotics; Lull's Patent Smut Machine; iiuisiing fcJa-Jejj rmiA i. Worked Flooring; Window Hash; Doors) llllnds; Frames; HhlliKli"; Paint"; Marbled Iron Mantles, of all Patterns; Moulding; llelna eoniiei led with the House of Isalsh Ill'-ksy k Co of Pitlsburirh, he Is prewred to Ull all orders for PHIidMir manufacture with dispatch, and bavin un urnasseil facllilles for dlspuslna of wiosl kinds of Ten nessee irilie e, will philiM hliuself lo ).ay the outside nriees In ''". or will reeelvs and forward on commis sion m-ikliia- llhtral advances on Cotton, Tohaorn, Pork, llacon. Unl, TillloW, lleeswax, Olnsenf, Feathers, Flax seed Corn. Oat". Wheat. Ilye, Mlllet-e.1, Uried Fruit, Pea Nuts, Honey, Itilts, Ejk, Pig Metal, liloouis, iu. January l-ly-W Chancery Court til Albon. John C. Rutherford, . vs. ...h.n funnlntham and Mossa Cunnlniham. Till aeeount ordered III this causes! the last term of the Court, will b tnkin at lb Master's ofllee In Athens, on Hi si m ins., n, wmeo iiuie nuu H.pii. will allenn who .n.ir i,rn,,i. frlah Dcntoo, Administrator of Geo. W. Hale, dee'd, rs. The creditors or me sam iteorire i . naie. mllK aooonnt onlcrwl In this cause at lh hist term nf I . . in k. i.b... i kl.ti-r'. nllt.v in a llie li-owri, w.. " -------- - ,. iM aiieDO win. , V. ...I. Jan. I. IW-il 1" . m Mnnonlo Institute, t or .'via Ira and l emalct, 'pilf next St-sslon of this Institution commences on 1 Monday, January 47th. TVrnis, ii.-e S.mio o'cf mnf., payalle inu-Au! iit .nrjnes .- Primary DepArtnicul l Junior clasi I"i tal Senior clki.s 1- ,N' Contincent fee Students entcrlnf the first week of llie seolon may j enu-r lor oue-lian acsi-ion. ah wnw euier aner ine nra week must enter till the end of the session. Nodeduc- j tiou Is made for lost lime exeent in easi-s of protraet-d sickness. Hoard may nc bad in cuner town or vicinity at reasonable leruie. Vacant rooms may also be had where voiini men mav board llieniselvr.. Charleston, Jan 19-St H- HEY WOOD, Pr'pt- CJI PlXltl'HI-: i'l.Of II. We exet lo keep S on hand. Flour, llacon, and Lard, to nel at whole sale or retail. Alio, Corn and .Veal, Dry tionl.. lirnee ries.Ae. Jau.lJ C. t. k T. F. lilUSit.N. IOTICF.. I forewarn all fiersou net tocut or I 11 move any timber off my Limits. I will hold all i Drrsoua accountable for so doitlff. ! UlcevUle.Jan. 17. 1S05-HI HAAC BEXSOX. Farm in the Dry Valley ON Tliursdav, the 1st day of February next, the anb Scriber will sell at PUHLIC ALClluN, ou the premises, his valuable FAJIM, containing B20 Aoros, more or less, Ivluir live niiles West of Athens, on the line of the East Tciincssee and Georgia Hall lload, ami adjoinine the lands or Wm. llurk, the lairs of F. P. Pet tilt, deceased, and others, about lll acres of which ia underculltvntie.il. Said Farm Is finely limbered, well watered, and has on It a Ural rate orchard, c. Ti.-re Is oil the preliiiiiep ft ood Dwelling lleu.e, u new Hum, and all inner neeost-iiry out-loiildinc". A eaod eunrniilee title will be made lo the said Land. TmiMs or Halk: A credit Of one and two years will be ! given, hi equal iiislalhuents, re(Ulrni bond and T'iod rccurily, and a lien returned an the lulid until the pur chase money Is pnld. W'. W. PKCL. Jan. 12, lsV Si S'.'U , FAIX & CUNNINGHAM I liave removed their sto-k of HAnDWAiii:, (i ri.nm n vrxs. To No. 47 North side of Public Suuarc, OPPOSITF. the lower end of the Market House, being the old and well known stand ol Moltti N. H AItU NKIt k CO., where they are uow vuV-riiiir at Wholesale, a well selected us.ortineut of ail articles lu their line of bu"iness. Merchants visiting Nashville are requested to call aud examine their stoek and prires. NathviUe, Jau. 1, ldoo tiin 829 "OT. 13. IIAIjXj, 3VI. 33., (t'onntily oj JIvHlioelio, Ay.) PHYSICIAN AND SI'HGEO K RKSPECTFL'LLY announces to the public that he In tends locating permanently In Athens, and will be prepared to attend on calls about the first of May uext. Having had nine years experience as a Physician nnd burgeon, and the advantages of a thorough course at two Medical School Louisville, Ky., und New York he Hatters himself thai he will he able to give general satis faction to all who iiiuy need Ins professonul scrvl-'es. Jau. l. ISM If ii'.'H Cliairs"Cliniri8 i UO.KN Cottage. Hocking und Children's Chairs, sxjr fur liule chetip lor cash. Apply to Jau. VI. J. S. IlltlDUKS, Allilns Depot. SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY jjottory. (BY AtTTIIOItirV OK TIIK HT T K lK AI.AIIAUA.) COyVlVTEb f.V 'J HE II A VAX A i'LAX. 10,000 .iiiiibrrw! 231 Prizes! CLASS J. To be drawn tliu 30 Hi of January. Capital J.ioO A.IHHJ ., tMi'-tl lo'f(l,U00 H.iKHJ In all 2M priies, amounting to .l(i,tsH) ttf- Tickets tA Halves uud Quarters lo proportion, hills on all solvent Dunks taken al par. All communications strictly confidential. H.UU'LL SWAN, Agent and Manngrr, Sign uf the llrouse Lions, July 14, ISM tf-308 Montgomery, Ala. Strawberry Plains College, Jeffcrkisti county. Team. flllC Spring ticssicn of Ihls Institution will begin on the li'lh day of February, Irtu. The central College ediflee a large nnd commodious building has been erected during llie present M-ac-li, aud will be open for the accommodation of Students. The locallou, ou the main st.ipo road, lfi miles hast of Kuoxvllle, at llie point where the Mast Ti-iiiickhic .mil Virginia Hull Kurd crosses llie I lolston lllver, is one of uncommon beauty und lie:illlituliu-ss. Nolliiiig lil.o lo cul epideiuic disease has ever been known here. The course uf study is liberal and thorough. II cui bruces two Dcp.irtiuelits, the LuUsli or Preparatory und the regular Collegiate. Tiiiiiuu in llie Cuglisli liepart nient laries aceordhig tp the studies pti.-i.u.'t!, from ?ri to tlOty Session, lu advuuee; iu llie Cullegiutc it is $11) Ti Hession. Ilnarilimrean lie had al the Doanllng House, with the President, or in private families, ulli'oui to $l,ZJ ?) week, iitarterly In a.l .nice. Students will be adtiiilted any t'.ine during the Sisjion; it Is to their advantage, however, to enter ut tho begin ning. Auil no student will i charged Willi Tuition fur les. than one lourlh of the besslon. - r It la not proposed al this Institution ciilo-r to Instruct Iuduletice or lo refonu Vice; no such unpromising ma terial Is desired here. The fystum "f Dlsclp'.ine and luethodsof Instruction nr Int-tnled uot to miyviwoV, but steadily to i' the .ludeiil's .inn U'orts for llie for mation and preservation of good lutelleetiuil and iiiorul habits. U. L. KlItSt'ATHICK, Prcsidi-ilt. Strawberry Plains, Tenn., Jan. If, lvo out lii riowB"Plows. Jl"f5T received, anoiker supply of lisr-ru Turning Plows, from the Nashville Agricultural Munuiucinry, and for sale. IJuiiOl ht.i r.a iti-..ni.ii.--u. THE GRECSL SLAVE ! Ilucrhautc. Yruiis, Flora. Hebe, and the Ilaneinir .lrl! fWHK above ci lebraled Ptatues, togelher with nrtern M. ,Stittiltr ilk iVou3-, and several hundred ittiyniji cent (til J'(lintiH(a, frulu the collection of prises to be distributed among the incinberii of the Cosieopulilan Art Association at tiie nrsl ntiuual distribution, in January next. 'l'bc Coviuopolflitn Art nut t.uernry A Mft,(M 111 I .,.!. OrganUfd be (As knrtiuntynuiU 'twl Otturul Iltfn tion oj IMertuure ami it rme jirm,vn u nt u-uuu original plan. The Committee of .Vniiitgiiiicut have the pleasure of announcing that llie First Annual Distribution will tako place on the Doth of January next, on which occasion there will be distributed or allotted to members several hundred Work, of Art, among which Is the original and world-renowned itillue ul llie tlreck Have, by Hiram Powers, costing over Uvo tliousund dollars Ingi titer wiib the beaiililul statues of Venus, llurclmtitr, Hebe, Flora, and the Dancing tiirl; and llfteeii Mtaluettes In llrouse, imported frour Paris; also, n large collection of Oil Painting, comprising some of the brt productions uf celebruted American und Foreign Artists. PI, A t'WUTIIlO CI KUI-.Vf' YI2AII. Th itnvnifiit of three dollars constitutes nny one a member of Ibis Association, and entitles liiiti to the Knickerbocker Maguiine Tor one year, and al-o n ticket In the distribution uf the Hnluary and Paintings which are to he ullotted lo members in January. Persons taking live meiubersliips are entitled to five of the Magaslnes oneyear, and six tickets In the distribution I'er, ..ns. on becoming members, can have their Magu liue commence with any month they choose, and rely ou Its being mulled to tbeiu promptly on the ftrsi of eve ry month, direct from New York. The net proceeds denied from the sala of member ships are devoted lo llie purchase of Works of Art for the ensuing year. Hooks oK-n to receive names a, me r..-i,ru New York, or Western nfh-e, Hsndusky. ri.,. iillrv ir Art is located at ttandusky. (the West ern ofllee uf tho Association,) where supelb Oranlle llulldlngs have been erected lor II, aim iu wnose .pn. iou. saloons the splendid collection of Statuary and Puiut lugs are exhibiied. TIIK ADVASITAGKN tilil'l III " by becoming a nu mber of llils Assoelnlion are 1st All persons receive theiH citiur oj tknrmrtp tionn ut (As ttaii, in iho sliape of sU-rling Miigatiuo Litrruture. . . 2tl. Kil'll member IS COUirioimtiK l"ini mi tin,. i. ,B chtnee Works of Al t, which arc to lie distributed among themselves, und are al me same ii.oe intir.f i Artists of the country, antuui.u.a ii.ou.auu. o. u........ '''p -rson'rri'au'itlug funds for membership, should mark letters, "llegl'lered," and state tho inonlh with which they wish tti.-ir magnainc. " " " . ;" IH.st olllee address In r.ill. o" the receiptor which. K eer !:,! nr ,.i..,iibtrsliin. logi'tlier with the uuigjliue de- aircd, will be forwarded lo anv part of the country. Those who purcliuse i"i" -"' ""- serve that by Joining "'is Association, they receive the Magaxlut and Free Ticket In the annual distribution, all ill the same price tle y now pay for the Magatlnc alone. Illustrated Catalogues of the whole collection sent on aiiolh-atioii, free of charge. " (llliees uf the Association, at the Knickerbocker Mie..lneolli.-e, IM llroiidwar. New York, and at No. liir, Water street, di.nduky, Uhio. Address, al eiUier office! for membership. , .. . Deo. ttl, l I'BUHT, Actuary C. A.AL.A. dvlt. 22 aw il AflU lust received anil for sal. t) Nov. 7 McF.WRN k OILLWrpirT. SUA (JO AllllOTT, Jlliniliwi .n-wraoM A RF. proposing tosJI iHM'i:nir, such as Colfec f ug'ir, Hall, Molasses, ryrup, lllce, Candles, Houi. Tobacco, Ac r "'' Very low for rash, or Srt!.' lliemon Produce lu store Th., will buy any !Z I". Their arrai.gen.rnt. for lh. storage and sal. of Triinertw pw,w " . It well nnrt fvornhly kuowu to prwiucij dualrn. Iit-c. 1ft, 'W . p.imr rop Clover SvviU . am s...l.l- .f rsa rnn DfVT lsvrrlntr, Mram Itpfliiod njrup School of Medicine and Surccrj, fOtt l'HIVAT V. IXMltUTItN, 4 Kliuxillt. Ti uut Instruttur!-. ntcnnn -t..i j. x. iL HIAUKR, Jt. l. OHR oluert U iu llord to Mi.Upnl Stu.f.-nti th rv ui-ne r1n;iii.cM fora(n irii ff a tLuruiVh uit pmctical know U-d jfu of Ui faadausjiiU piiuapit-i of liifJifiii'.'. The uurthod of lustnirtiou will tc by a ny.trn.atlo Cim-j cf Jitl'in;Jt in ttc hcU find LtU-l T. l bj.iks; I y rxNcr!:nuni it-viurv, niiu uaiir f utiiMiiaiiuii, arittrd ili It tSf ..HI mtU tl 5iK-s.'( t,ri:l;y in t utVcrtlt uf Virrit.i.1. ;tinl in tlu Knrojuim nflmol. ViiiimihI ndviititiitri'H will Lc oIl;T d lur tlif tucr y jf tp. and urt'lcal Ai.'ituiuy, and exn ritmiitHt i-liciitiktry, 'i he ciMiriu.' f ulutly will h cnthn.el thrmifth tho cnlirt .Vt iir. and will be dividinl into tuu tertu. Tiie Wii.tt r Term, Wt:innin)r uu tin Crtt Monday in (,tiil-fr, will c!iil'r:ur llie Miutti.t uf Auuton , Surgery, tSv-niUir.v and MatL-ri.i Mniira. Tin Sttiiiiiiit-r Term, b.-Kii.iiif-j; on i)it firt Mndy lu April, wdl finhract. the n.iuli-! of IMiysiol.-jry and I'iitl. nliiifT. obttftric and hiw.Hs nf Vu::.cn und Cltildrea, aud 1'lieury and Praetii-e of Mvdii'ine. A KiN i'iai IVrm lur tho di-iriii(r, wi!l b entprd upon in J.iuu:tiy, to 1'initinue till tiie o,M-tiiit)( uf tiie (iumiue r trriu. Hi, h puil will have uccc W tj UibiueU aoid Ubritrii'a uf tin Inntrnrturi. I-Vi1 f.ir the Winter IVnn, alone, ') K.r siini hut TtTin, iilitit-, l Or for tiie entire year, 70 Special Hrrnii!i ut ritj made with thit who with lo pursue unly a part nf the counte of ttndy. Fur fnriluT pariieulnr. tii'ply t' itlier of th tntruo ttr. by Utter ur at their iilktoti f'unitHrUnd at;ecl, vt uf the IWt ollice, Ki.uxville, 'iYtiULSset;. lH-c. 1n'4 Om SJT PJotico to MooliAnlos. 'MIK inidt-rniiied will ofli-r the contnu t for building 1 the J AM. I r HieroUee rourity to the lwet bidder. In the town of Murphy, on the tub day or Man h next. The btiildini? to h.- of Ih U 1.. .Ml feet limit by .X two uto lien hih. nnd liiiixhtil altr the luowt ni'proved plan if tniHlerii pri-miia. There will be furnished vn lh day uf ale compIcU speci'liMiioiis of the !mil.ii.ij( Hisd term vf paymcnl. 1. F. IMMHOtU, J. It. lVt'UK, -CimtaiMiuii;r. M, FAIN. Mjrphx, N. C. J;tu. ft, 1n'.5 Ci 8:3 OHKorihe cN brte.l ll;r;.i of Ciiluuibu" at the Farmers' Ciu-up More Jitii. 5 0. F. AT. V. flllJ.SON. 4 'jTTI. VI'IOM ! A pood firm hand enn obtain J ft a pHriunnent fitmitloii, nt iair rqireu, l y applying at thin oliiee. Jr. 1 1 ft Hi V. M. KOKTUIICP, V. ttOl'lloy At Xj tTC, t hislturtvovis, Trnii.i "JTT"-!' practice in Hiiinillon, llrudh y, Ulna. Elert W soe uu.l .Marion counties, iu YciiueMice. M'lllco Jeef iu ail lower Kast TelinirSoe. lau. Co, 'o4 if Hiwassee College, ?IoHro riiiil 'IViiu. TIIIH present Kertioti uf thi yoitt.fr but pro.ptrouo . Inminalori will ch-sc on Tlmi.Ml..y. the ;f Feb. rimry, lsVt. The next iv-juiui will eoiuiiieniu on Mou dny, the I'tlih of the nunic nio'.iih.iil wiiu-li time ntudeuta kliuuld be present tu r.kr lu euur iluir propti- ciuaa, I acuity. Rct. JmiN If. ltui'M n, A. M.. PtViiiteut. II. L. IH m-an, (tu Mia.) rV(. Tuition : ijlti y .Hensiuii ; Cu;i!i.;jri'i.t Fee 50 cent!. IloardiuK at rnisoiiable r;iii.'. li.-ii-i; in country, two mid a half inili J from Madionvitle, we are liee from the fxpetirif.t, the eniifii!ionn, and llie tfinpiallon. lu idh-nt-MM Hint vlee, which charnctei iif tinvn and villapei. For further prtrtlculurs, addrt-'.-o one nf ihe Fm uliy, UatdMfL- t 'tA ye '. K, 71 hit. lieu. S, 1.V4 ly-it4 I Wti USUI M.OI'a t'FT rei-eivotl. a Hue stork of llonts ninl i'lioes; sotnt extra hvuvy Allocs for Negroes ami lor sale by Nov. II ti. W. IKIS. I.ot.tl Ont1 .'Sn-l lluvc illviif). TIltlpK Inili-hted to me are earnestly rettuested to euiiie ami p.iy up. If tlo-y do not 1 ntuul put Note, and Aci-ouuix iu train fur collection. Nov. 17, K M'M. M'ltNS. 3?vxx JSsls.lu.tas "X7"-,zxtocl. 1 Wll.l, give the hii,'li.'st market price for nil the good H it fhlN! thai limy be tillered during the season, such as Mills, Ojio.-iilil, l-'ox, liiicce.iu, Ollt T. House Cat, nud MusLrut. Alliens, Hec. 1 tl. IIOSS. l IMkVM IMTU'T MUT.tl.ie nunxAii ovisxais. f B1111.' subscribers, Agents for lower Kast Tennessee fi. for the si.le ot Kisk's Metalie llorliil Cases, inform the public that they have Just received and Intend to keep on h ind it supply, from the hmot to the smallest, whirh thev oiler lor sal;- on reasonable terms. These eases are nlr-Huht and indeslructiil.le.and when usid we liuv- Ihe gruillyiiig rellecllnn lliat Iho bodies of our deceased loved out's i,tc l;.clrmo h r-iptlmi of water orilcpredatioiisur vtiiuhi. KllJlili i llltOWS. Alliens, lice. 1, 1-."1 tan o2U Wliolosnlo Groooro, Atiiri::a, Uo. Nov. IT, l.-l-tf t'.'l XVarcIttK A Commission Jilfrt-lianl, yVll iHJLi tO. Grit-., Tf-TfTIIOI.DfiAl.lldi al. r In Vnuesec, Aiuhnma, and y (inirgia I'rtltl !.. Ills rtlures are new and i;-e 'riHft auil cureli.lly const riicted for the snle-kocp. ing of alt cuusiiiuu-lils a diMitrriitniii l"ii needed 1b this city. et. ST, ls.H-ly-.tl8 hat not si:i ii.isi,i:vro,so. ca. F. D. FANNING, TTIIOLr-MALK UK.lLI.lt 15 raVI'ti, t'AI'S l NI'HAW I.OOD9, No. 81 lliiyno street, i I. II rls'KlUtl, N. T H KItCII ANTS ii'id others desirina to piii-clia. will 1B have their orders as promptly and salislaclorily filled as if they Wile here lu superintend their pur chases. liepl. e, 1 V1 If 811 Ofllcift.1 miotics. AUMIMSTItATOKS and til AlilHANM ill. hereby liotited to come forward and make s'titcinrnt. T. VALlillAN, Clerk. October 13, KM If ' Ii' s -cr r t on xx o tt ia. JU II II. Is! MM, I'ruiirit tor, Allautit, Ist-argia. Aus. 15, IS.M ly CI , UVlxont vixcl Hay! WKwish to purchase a large lot of ood Wlnal and llay, lor which we will pay a liberal pric.. Auk-4, 'o4 KKVKS It IIKNIHilt.ll.N. lAimuiionnissin, ii:hi it AST Cor. East Bay street and North Commercial VI hal f, I Isarlt'k.sMi, K, 4'., t? tin-pared lo make liberal advances nn consignment of Cotton, Lorn, !ui:.ir, Kiuur, (iruili, llay, ic. MvumIho IVruvistu l.aaMO Drjiol! Fanners' Plaster, Charcoal, Hone llilst, Mineral Phos. pliale l.iiuc. Hup. r I'liospliulc Liuio, sic, ulwuys uu baud. M,'lll S. list llllll Tnait V.flsrla. c .1-1 imritic. Nitric nml llvilrocblorlc or Murlalit fit Aei.li, of llie purost nuuliiy, for sale low, by July H LI. W. ROSS. Milil Kali! A 0OOD dry arth le of sack Hull, Just recet.eil and tor sab- clieup, t-y iiEVKS HtMHUSO.N. Oct. il, luM nil.UM IO M Vfl A il . I .-., AOti-asi, 'I'.'IsH., Oil II'imMiuk"! fi.-,ti ' '.. Uoort Wttlqf HV. i'.iin' lh-ugHt.it. ' ntl. A.W.MII. IIAUMI. rATE from the North, have taken the above location, J where they cx.eet lu carry on tbo above named bu ",e... The Ladies of the low., and llie surround u( country are rc,p.-i-n.iHy invited lo call and .""'''' their sioek nud w..rk. Inc. 1. Isf4-llin I tnd i'liouti'li'si ' sr-tr.HOliN hasj.ist reci ivcl ui the Vurlely," t ff nsr- S al assortment of C es. l'.-cservi-a, , I- igs, llyont, 1...1. I't.-L. I. I'it.e Ann e ( Iteese. Crack- ri uut-B, i aornt in... i - .. ers, Hiirilinn, ll. rringi, t Imiuiuoii, l loves, NillnilKS, M u e. J i: obe IMsic, i.eiiM.n t-.t , uv...u moll is, Cream Nuts and Filberts. (Wie. I. . . .....a-lBtir 'f-AllIlf'i'A 1 Clirnrs of all S , "i.. k b M.ull. t'lur t.nidli-s: Mutches, 1 ,ches, tc, JUBI HI.IUMN'iJ, received and lor sale al Dec.lJ ISolliiiK I lolll. WE have on blind ami for snlo a auprrlor artlcl. af Ibiltiug tlollis, Nos. ti, B. S. U and III. Nov,.ju McKWKN A .IIM.IWII. Just Ur-i-lvil, VfirNFItAL assortment of IIIMITH tnd WIOM. which we promise tu ..-lias low as :J"n, .... r .n und imhrs for yourselves. take pleasure In showing ai.d l"j'"'-. T . 0inOV. sT iinU t H.IK ! -TMs m Inform our eii.loi"tr Nous and Accounts, t'" "j l r r ' . "DEPOT HOUSE, Allicnis, T'"" -WTJZ. A- Gc' nI5ED WJn.il r.-.-ctfnlly li.lora hi. Irk,,,!, and Ut iravellut public generally. Uirt he has on,U a .e of Fade.tl..l"- ' "'' '"" meal. . ' . tta Wlxtor JE)tool.t .UK subscriber It now receiving and openlui kit 1 .wk of I nil il r l.ooila. to,.h.r Tl. a gt.od lol of M-lnl)-'lMt' loll.lltr :bl.blpropoM.l.Ml low for (,.od trn. l"'- "Ol'Wli, I s ; it I ; ?! I V TU