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THE SAMB Ot.D HOME.
tPrgra Ilia New York Mirror. J
Tlio Pnpnl Hierarchy is nctimted In-dny by
the unmo snnguinnry Kpirlt which sent John
lluwi to the ntiike, put Galileo to the tnrluro,
brcnimo ho would not rrcunt Ilia problem of
the cnrlh'a ruvolution, pcniiTtitcd Luther mid
litit rn.itiiirtyr to the dc.ith, nnd I id to Spun
lull tiiqu'mitiiin, llie m.iHsncro of Si. H.irtliolo
Incw, nnd nil the blood-HUiincd persecutions
of tlio Middle A pen. It chnnge not. lis
ruling pitsainn I cruelty nnd di'iith to nil
diHHeiitt'rn nnd heretic, nil who darn lo up
pone the Infallibility of tliu"l..v See." Tho
itdy ditruriMii'i' between Popery in tlio nine
teenth mid 1' ipery in the fifteenth cciilury,
in merely ditlV rciiro of power. The Ilier
arvhy U as blood thirxty lis ever, hut it linn
lonttlic nwendnncy tlnit ennlili'd it lodiutnte
to i-hrilcndim in piml npe. I.iko Sninvn,
it linn huen nlioru of thu lock of its Mrvnutli.
The liberal spirit of Proluatnnt I'liristinliUy
liii taken this ;;i nt fruni hi dreadful throne,
nnd prostrated him to the level of other men.
The Pope ol' Home in no lontrcr thu terrible,,
Vengeful MiceeMi'ir of St. Peter, who tn.ile
kinH nnd people tremble, during no tunny
centuries, hut ua unable !o witlit.iud llie
dimple energy of l.ulher nnd Melnncllmn,
tinned w ild the potency of Iru'li. Ilia power
in vnatly nliiited, lint'llio spirit of thu Church,
over which lie pr -aides, in tho annio na it
ever w.i, nnd ever will be, while tho Papacy
One simple illustration of Ihia fuel, which
tve select from hundred of d.iily occurrence,
in lo be found in the recent nttuiiipt of tho
Holy See to deepen tho cowardly vnnnalaj;e
of Sp tin lo the nanguinniy apirit of Rome.
Spain lina ever been I he obsequious tool of
the Pope liaaulwayn enjoyed, from the days
of the Inquiiitinn, the right to he considered
the most peminlent "Defender of the Faith"
nmoi!!! the Catholic Powers of Europe. Hut
t-ven Spain has failed to meet the wishes of
Home, mid him been fiercely at tacked by the
latter. The contest lias recently assumed n
foitiiidablc shape, mid called furtli from the
Spanish (ovcrumeiil an elaborate defence,
from uliieli we make tho fnllnw'1 jjexlracl:
"TI10110I1 this is not the first time that the
Holy Sec has given lo its inerelv economic
mid administrative uflairs n purely religious
character, and lliun disturbed the public con
Hcienee; and tlmuuli it ia well known thai
Spain has never -teased to be necessary to
descend to the refutation of so unrounded a
charire. They regret that the present tinin
nhnuld lieclios' ti for Mich an act w hich islike'y
to be turned to account by tint enemies of
pulilh: order and of the established throne to
excite dituihance iu Spain, aril lima add lo
the complications w hich nlrci.dy exist iu the
west of Europe. The (Jovcrumont deny, in
the most formal manner, that thu concordat
itlludcd to by the Nuncio has been viidntcd by
tiieui, nnd Ihcy quote, in proof of ihc facl,the
second biisia of the new constitution, in vir
tues of which ' thu nation obliges itclf to
maintain and protect tlio worship anil the
ministers of the Catholic religion as pro less,
cd by the Sp.mir.li people; but that no Span
iard nor stiiiliL'cr can be persecuted for his
opinions or faith, an Inner as he dors not ex
press them by means of public nets contrary
to religion.' It is evident tiint thu cause of
offence to the Papal Government ia tins de
claration of lion persecution for mure opin
ions not betrayed by external nets; but tlio
government deny that they deserve to be
considered otherwise than Catholic, merely
because they nru toluinnt. Other (,'r.tlinlic.
rovcriiinciilH. to w houi tho llolv See is even
nunc indebted than Spain, do more than
this, in .ci yet nru not pronounced anti-Catholic."
Is it not a remarkable proof of tho toler
ant spirit of Protestant nations, tint while
Rome still persists iu prosecuting Christians,
nnd even stirs up well-disposed Catholic
countries liku Spain, to forbid, under severe
pcnaltica, not only tho free worship of God
but the entertaining" of "nteru opinions not
betrayed by external arts" in all countries
where the Protestant religion ia dominant,
Roman Catholics enjoy the utmost liberty of
conscience. It is time that independent na.
tiona demanded from the Papal See, the
right of their citizens, whether residing in
Rome, or in any country under tho domina
tion of the Pope, to worship God uceording
to their own conscience, nnd free from Pnpnl
interference, whatever their religion may be.
We rejoice to find the Spanish Government
asserting its independence of Home, and pro
ceeding to destroy thu prerogatives of the
Kumitll Priests nnd Convents on the qncs
lion of church property. Spain has been the
victim of the Hierarchy from tho earliest
times, nnd her present attitude is entitled to
the sympathy of tho world. One by one, in
quick aueceasion, thu bulwarks of the Pa
pacy give way; thu defection of priest rid
den Spain ia not least among the signs of the
JSlTThe Ohio State Journal notices the
peach crop of Mr. Loughry, whose firm is on
the Ohio rver, in Adams county. Ten years
ago lie sot out eleven acres with the choicest
varieties of the peach, the orchard being the
top of a high hill overlooking the river. The
Journal says :
We learn from him that bis eleven aeres of
peaches this year will bring him the substan
tial sum of live thousand dollars, or nearly
five hundred dollars per acre. At the pres
ent time, wheu ordinary peaches are selling
for from twenty five cents ami upwards in
Cincinnati, his peaches readily tiring two dol
lars per bushel. The present sensun has been
very prolific, and his peaches have been ex
ceedingly tine and large.
Mr. Loughry stated to us the manner he
treated his fruit. When the peaches had ar
rived at the size uf a hickory nut he employ
ed a lurge force, und put in one hundred and
eighty-live- days' work iu picking oil the ex
cess of fruit, l'ruhnbly mure than three
fourths of the fruit then cn the trees was
carefully removed. Koch limb was taken by
baiij, and where within the space uf eighteen
inches there would he perhaps twenty-live
peaches, but five of the fairest ones would be
left to ripen. By oarefully removing all but
the choicest specimens, and throwing all the
vigor of the trees into them, the peaches have
ripened early, and are leiuarkablufor siie and
Tus Gkoroia Ewtios. The Augusta Con
stitutionalist of the 7 tit says:
AVe have official and unofficial returns from
ninety-three couuties, and there canput be a
reasonable doubt uf the re-election of I. V.
Johnsou, by at leust two thousand votes over
the joint votes uf Judge Andrews aud Mr.
Overby. Tho vote for the Prohibition oaudi
Sate will reach about six thousand.
' The election of six anti-Know Kothinzs,
and two Know Nothings to Congress, is gen
There will be a ve.y decided majority of
anti-Know notniugs in tne Legislature.
P?" The scarcity of Saltpetre ia becoming
a matter of serious consideration.
T"Th" Alabama Stutu Fair is postponed
until tht 30th November,
LIFE ON THE PRAIRIES.
A correspondent of tho Si. Louis Republi
can, writing from O'Fallon'a Bluff", Pintle
River, gives tho following as his impressions
of life on tho Prahies:
'1 have now had n taste or Iho plains, the
very appropriate and expressive tiauio given
lo the' vast, but uninteresting prairies of the
West, and am therefore entitled to give my
impressions of litem at least. To begin with,
then, I do not believe that any man iu his
sane mind, would visit them the second lime,
unless hu be n poor devil of n soldier who ia
obliged lo go where ordered, or impelled by
solnu powerful interest. I havo frt-q lenity
road ii( llie delights of the prairies, of thu
shady banks, ol ttiu purling streams, of Ihu
camp lircs surrounded by biiff.di) meal, &u.
etc., but it's my conviction Hint such things
seldom or ever exist, except in the imagina
tion of travelers.
"Hero we lire, on thu banks of one nl tho
largest rivers that drain I lie- prairies, aud it ia
Willi i the utmost ditliculty Hint we find water
enough to make toddh s, or wood enough lo
hod oiircollec. Iu tact, if it were not lor the
hulfalo chips, we should often a cotleeless
to bed, tor theie are days titter days that not
n slick of wood can be found. Iu truth, this
Pialte river in n humbug. It is about (!rv,
nnd n person can cro.n it dry shod. I iini
lold, however lli.. I, iu the Spring it aspires to
Ihc dignity ol a river, lint its shallow preten
sions are easily fathomed, lor it can even then
be lorded at any point.
"Tht only occupant of these wastes that I
have yet seen, in the liull'.do; but he, liliu Hie
negro's while nun, ia veiy uncertain for
having v.tst pasture grounds andlictugwilhal
n niiar.ilory lulluw, y. u may wander in the
ii ai lies for months without ineciiug him ,
Fortunately, for my stock of provisoins, we
have been liaveling through them for sonic
time. 1 have had numerous encounters with
them, but have generally como oil' second
beat. Thu fust I met with carried oil' my
balls in his body, and my coat tail on ins
horns. Since iheii 1 have been more cau
tious, but havu lil.de sever., I narrow es
capes. " I cannot close this hnsty letter without
recording my protest against Ihebuauliesaiid
ilclighls so triqiieiitly claimed by eiithusian.
lie loung men lor luo praiiies. From one
hundred miles cast ol Foil, Kearney to Iho
foot of Ihc Rociiy .Mountains, the laud in en
tirely unproductive und uninhabitable. It
belongs to Ihu ilnll'ilo and lliu wild Indian,
and should he given up to tiieui entirely. No
white man has any business here, and it is
only those who arc foolish enough lo come
into Ho se wilds ho are ever molested by
the Indians. The 1'l.iltc Sioux, from their
position, aru as elli clivcly cut oil' from uio
icsliug Ihu white, scilicuiciits an if they were
in thu moon.
Mexico. The latest news from Mexico,
leaven the country still in u statu of distur
baucc. It appears that tiiia ill-fated nation
has hut exchanged ono tyrant for a half a
dozen others, anil it in doubtful whether be.
tween I. lave, Comoiifort, Vid.mri, Alvarez
and others, the country may not be in a worse
condition than under Santa Anna. Not one
of these many leaders would willingly assist
in the elevation of another, aud w u may ex
pect therefore, to ace any quantity of civil
wars, fur some time to come.
St. Louis, Oct. 3, 1S55.
We have Kansas dates lo thu lid iust.
Returns Iroiii three couuties show n heavy
vote for Whilliehl, pro-slavery, for Congress.
The Shawnee Indiana supported thu pro
slavery ticket. Tho entire Vote of Johnson
comity was given for Whitelield. Iu Leav
enworth county Whiletield 800 nnd Reedcr
'200. At iiiow Springs 100 votes were
polled, all for the pro slavery candidate.
Governor Shannon votid the pro-slavery
ticket. 'l'-.e was Ii,' nailing or tunni.t al
the polls, the I'rco-snilcis generally not voting.
Capt. llcth was not killed, as buforu re
v'estrr Hot, Thadk. The Cincinnati
Commercial of Monday, says: For hogs here
is not much doing, some sales have been
made during the week for November delivery,
al $8.30, but holders nsk $11.40, and there
are buyers nt n S'J 30, who show a
strong disposition to operate- at these rates.
Co n tracts are being uiudu through Indiana lit
$5,511 for January delivery, and in ihu inte.
rior of Illinois nl" $5.
Death of Jl.'is. anu Miss Tasky. The
Raltimoru Patriot regrets to learn thu death
and burial of the wife aud youngest daughter
of Chi-f Justice Taney. They died nt Old
Point Comfort, where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Taney died of paralysis, nnd the daugh
ter of yellow fever. They were both buried
iu one grave on Monday at Old Point.
Rich! 'Hie S . it Shell Free Soil, Pcm.
cratic parly, of New York, wilh John Van
llllieii at their head, congratulate tln-ir "breth
ren" of North Cnm'iun, upon "the signal vic
tory" won in that --tale at the last election.
A Lucky Soi.un-.n. II is said that Gen.
Osti iisaekcn, w fiose military career extends
over forly-eieht ycai , w ho h is iissisted lit
more than one hund cd battles und combats,
iu which he has use liy been found in thu
first ranks, has neu r received the slightest
t-if" Em elopes and stamps In thu large
sum of leu thousand dollars u month arc sold
nt thu Uostou posl i dice, A room lias been
fitted up for this in-cial purpose, and n
number of c eras gi their whole time lo this
branch of the hiisiuxsg of the oIKcu. .
l-i? In Lombard, no less than 40,-180
cases of cholera had occurred up lo I lie 3d ot
September. Of Huso 1:1,153 rrcovurcd, and
!it!,D87 died. Iu Iht-iin tincu nl ilrescia it
was most fatal. On ol' 17,428 cases, 8,33s
died, ui d 0,040 recov . red.
The 5lh of October, has been set apart by
Governor ilragg, ot North Carolina, as, "n
day of solemn and publiu IhaiiKsgiviug to
Almighty God for pant blessings, and of sup
plication for hiavuntinual kindness and care
over us us a Stale nnd as a Nation."
A few days ago l J0.0U0 worth of horses,
cattle, etc., tveiu sold at .Mason county, Ky.,
including I.S'IO mules.
Tho court at Cincinnati has decided that
Arrison, the "infernal mauhiiiuMniuriiurur, can
hu tried a second - time. Tho caso will bu
taken up on thu 4lll of December next.
lSf Thu following dialoguu occurcd be
tween n conductor on one of thu Purtlund
Rail Roads aud a pussunger, n low daya
I'lisaonger Well, Sir. Conductor, what ia
the political null's?
Conductor Don't know, ht, for I have
not been lo church for the last two Sun
days. BnsTOM, Oct. 4h. The Democrats of Sa
lem, in this Slate met yesterday, and appoint
ed delegates to the Statu Convention, aud
passed a resolution unanimously in favor of
re nominating rresiuent 1'iorou lor llie next
lfiP'AlwnyB "suspect a, man who haa arri
ved at the ngu uf thirty und isnt nttnohed to
a piece uf eulieu,
I if Mia. Sn'iKile, my pn wants to know
if lie nuivn't lend himself to your nxe a little
while. 11c d allvis rutlivr loud than borrer.
tot ths Post.
THE FAIR AT LOUDON.
Allow mc, Mr. Editor, to call Attention to
Iho Annual Fair, for Iho Eastern Division of
the State, which is to bo held at Loudon on
the 23d, 2 llh, and 25lll Inst. This will be,
lor East Tcnuosacemis, n very important af
fair. Considerable preparations nru being
miide, and il in hoped that n largo and nppre"
cialivu crowd of din- intelligent nnd patriotic
citizens may be there assembled. Wen'it'cipalo
Ihualtcnrluuccnl many of our (ieor jiaand Ala
bama neighbors who will have nn eyu t-i our
line slock and Ihc products of our rich l.iiids
Lct us nil attend with something to exhibit
with something tn contribute to Ihu com.
mon good nnd lo thu general development
of our glorious country. We Impu that our
Rail Road men, nnd our Hotel keepers, and
Hie good people of Loudon gem rnlly, will
begin iu time and make ample preparations
for a largo crowd, for il will surely be thure.
Look out then, good friends, and don't be
c:. light napping, you have the reputation of
doing up all public and patriotic things rigid,
and we trust that your good reputation will
be sustained. Lastly, Mr. Editor, wu hope
to see the "Posl" there, and Hurt n long list of
new, paying subscribers may hu thu will
dcseivcd premium of that excellent piper.
Thr Effixt of tub Nkvvs.
York D.iily Times, speaking
of the ncwa of the fall of
Unhappily, for the good
oaophers are rare, uud bill
faculty of drawing just
passim events, ijirangu ns it
news of the fall of Scbnstopo!
of Unit grout event speedily leading t
victories, and ill last lo the triumph of
Allies in competing Russia to sue for peace,
have had thu effect of disturbing public con
fulence in thu v.duu of couunerci d securities,
and unused ii temporary lightlies in the nio.
ney market. I'rccisely thu contrary t-IK-cl
siiould have been anticipated and realized.
No arrival from Europe sineu Ihu Eastern
War commenced has put us iu possesioii of
more important intelligence for the welfare
of American interests, or nhieh promised
more llattering results than that hioiic,lil by
the Auierie.i, and which wu laid before our
readers iu yesterday's Times. It is very cer
tain that there w il! be a more ac tive demand
for American products iu Europe than has
existed in many years; and, whatever burdens
the p:cseiil costiy war may impose upon the
people of England and l-'rauee, they can havo
tut injurious effects upon us, hut quite a con
trary inllueiiee. If Ihu Securities held by
English capitalists should be returned to n,
their proceeds will come back to us again iu
payment for our cotton and corn, which Eu
rope cannot exist ithoiit. The distresses of
Europe have, from the beginning, been among
thu great sources uf our prosperity; and tho
war, w hich, if continued another year, miiil
add so licaviiy to the taxes of Ihu working
people, cannot lail to send (o our shores trc.-di
hordes of industrious artisans, who wid seek
here thu means of support which their own
country denies them, if Eurnpu were largely
in our deht, wu might well havu serious ap
prehensions uf never being paid, but ns thu
indebtedness lies on our side, it docs not ap
pear to bu strictly rational lo apprehend dilii
cully from a tlaltering prospect of our hcinr
ablu lo pay it nil' sooner than wu had expect
ed from an enhanced value of our raw mate
rials, w hich our creditors must nut-da take
from us. That thu actual clUct id' thu present
slalu of political and financial aHaira iu fill
ropu must bu to give it new impetus tu our
commerce, mid eulinncu values ou this siJu of
Ihu Atlantic, there cannot bu a shadow of
d old; yet, lor the want of a just view ol
nll'drs, and n timid habit of ilelerring to for
eign opinions, tiiu last aleamer's news had a
depressing iiiilueucu iu Wail street, which
must bu of very temporary endurance.
TlleS 1'ol.lCV IN VlllOIXIA. Thu Uiehlllolld
Whig gives us the following specimen of nnti-Amei-ieaniMii
(iov. Job's C:cim.otink. Our precimii lit r'e
Gov. Joe w-as hai-rased almost lo denth la-,t
week about tile nppoiulmen's of Toluiceo In
spectors, lie saw no rest day or night iu
consequence of the viirt multitude of otltce
teckcrs and their friends, that heseied hint
incessantly. Wu ure told that the poor old
fellow wniiiiH stale of teri-ildc niental and
bodily tli.trcH!, and tlntt he nelually wruu
his hands iu very agony, exclaiming, when
one of tho regimeuls of applicants and their
friends entered 'his presence- what n pilv,
w hat a pity, that so many Virginians shuiibl
be anxious to get into office, and live upon
the public crilil" This, we dare say, if the
must sensible thing that ever e.-cnpcil the lips
of trov. Joe hut I lieu it was ex'orted from
hiui by the stiperliiiive pain he was in We
begin to fear that bis cixeidtcney's cuustirti
liuu has been isremly shattered in the lust,
few days, and that it will heuomo neccttsary
fur him to leave town again and rusticate
several uioutha longer.
Well, our little (iov. has swept tho board,
lie has not left a single Whie; or Know To
thing iu any of the warehouses of the Stale.
They have all been butchered in cold blood;
and we have no doubt that his Excellency
mid his Excellency's parly friends feel im
mensely proud of the work they have done.
It wasu great work, and to have accomplish
ed it so summarily aud siiiisfnuuu-ily is the
test evidence we have had, during Ins oiliuial
term, of Jov. Joe's statesmanship. It tiiuv
be ooit-idered the crowning act of his politi
cal life a life t hai, derives its chief merit and
distinction from the eminent patriotism aud
wisdom his Excellency has di.uduycd in turn
tug out ono tobacco inspector, and putting
auotuer in ins place, uut Uuv. Joe s rnc
well nigh run. Three months more, n,
will piles to the shades, to be hear
thought of no mure torcver. II
rest to he dUlilrbed hy nottj
ghosts of gulltotliiMl toOaucu
WiBOiNrrmv riot. 5. '11,., I'ro-i.len
oonoinlt'd Jumps Al. Love to bu JlldiU of
llisli-ict Court uf the United citatea lor Iowa,
t..:..i. p:u..a j. ,.r n 1.....1 i i.,.
been ji-poihred Secretary of the United States
L.eguuou tit oi. .1 uiursoiiru;,
What is a Kiiikm)! l'uuch aaysn friend
is one who jumps duwn uud puts on the
drag, w hen hu limia that you aro going down
hill loo last.
J-t?"It is rumored that II r. Iliich.innn, will
011 his return to this country, bu married to
Mrs. Polk, the widow of President l'olk.
Mixnlsiita. An election for member to
Congress occurred iu this Statu ou Tuesday
t-sfiTho epidomic nt Norfolk mid Ports
mouth U ruptdly abating.
An ounce of fact Ii worth pound of theory
and the swarm of cotieluslvt facta that clutter around
that incomparable preparation, I loo II and 'a German Kit.
te I'd, prepared by Dr. 0. M. Jack non, Philadelphia,
tahlUhhig ili value tutt toufu und rustoraiivo, uru fuch
hh wuuhl prevent kncredulily iuelf from quealloniiiK iti
ettVacy. In all easel uf diMeniie of the ttomaeh, whellu
er acuta or ehronio, It may be recommended for Ul
iootlilnjt cordial, and reiiovatlu Influence. DynpepHla.
henrt-burn, Ion of appetite, nauaea, nervoim tremom,
relaxation and debility, Ac, are relieved by tlio Itltteri
in a very uliort vpnue of time; and a perseverance It)
their use never fuiU to work a thorough cure. Bee ad
vertisement, oct a
C A N I I O A X 13 8,
We ere authorlaed to announo Col. Jab. Hickbt,
of Polk county, (formerly of McMinn,) aa a candidato
for Ung ulior General tiih Qi lgada TemtMiee MiliHa.-t
The Kiipide 11 compact ol Ui eattuttu Af Jtcmne,
A Vn tumble Famtly 11 edlcln. so eels-brsti-d
lint Ur. M'Irfine's Vermifuge become, tlntt Ills
regnrtk-i! si tli only tr-uclAe euro for worms. FanitliM
should novtr be ttlthuat s suppljr of It. At this tcioion
PHrttcnUrly. wbwn worms are so truublenntne nnd fre
quently fulHl nomas; children, parents Hliould be walch
lul; and on His flrxt npreurnnre of thno dlptreaihix
symptoms whli-h warn in of llie-lr pre'etico, at once ap
ply thin powerful and elTlciotlniu remedy. We are ron
U.ieiit Unit It oidy re.iilrei a trhil, tu convince nil thnr
II rklily oierlli ln prie Hint hsve been lavished up
on It. II ia flsfe slid Infalinjle. Vohuoei of cerliHcalea
cm he produced, showing IU areut nu-ilh-al vlrliu-n.
r-ttrcliieM win be careful to nnk for M .V ..,
r.Vvhvifc f MfMi'W, unit tsltc naneeNe. All oll,.-r
Vermlfiijrvt.lnctsiimirllon.areworthlfHB. Dr. M'l.nne'a
Vrrmlftiire, alro fo5l,Vh-triiled l.tver PilN.can miw he
hud at nil rcsinictahh) "rug Mtnrcn In the t'nlted Stslea
K..r sale bv P. II. Kami On., Allien; J. A. C. Vf.
(i-irriK, Miuli-ionvftle; and by ous Ajri-ut In every lawn
ill Tuimt-aaee. Oct r,J
tnvnllils rtenv.-rhur from II ff.cl of F-ver,
Hilliou llHeiiHce.nr lonir continued llhie or any Kind,
wilt find Ciirter'l Spanl-ih Mlitnre the only relai-dy
which will revive their (fronplns cuuMitntluiK, expel nil
hml humors from the blood, eseile tho llrer to a prompt
aisl healthy anion, and by h toulc properties, restore
the patient to life and vl-ror.
We can only any THY IT A tiitc bottle It worth all
(he ao-calletl Saraaparltlaa tn eal-lenre. It contains no
mercury, epium, or any other noxious or poh,,mons
druv;, and can he iriven to the yontiR-?t infant without
hvaltsllou. See th rertlth-ates of wonderful cures
around the bottles. More than Hve hundred person In
the city of Htcbtnftlid, Va.,can testify to ils good eff.-cts.
See advertisement. oct
On the 4th In-t.. hy Deo. Milton tll.-KS. T.'q.. Sir. Tay
lor Hshsd to Miss Rent Hies, all uf Monroe county.
Until or Cotton (not
Ocial price In riih, Vrp-
VTn Imvpjiiit ro?lvi-d c.ir F ill nnd Whit- r toi lt
v T of (.tniH.i.-oiiijirl-iiijf vry thinn ii--ii;illy hrouii.it
to HiU tii i rknl nt thii ncnMnu, inid nru di'tern-lncl to
hl'II iintiriiMlly low. It In ninii-L'v'tiry to eiMtnnrrute tlm
urlli'ltf If yon want ohenp flood Rive ni n c:ill.
will IcirttT lliioihi in (jli prl 'i.'H fir liilt nnd
Snout IMntofi, Win-lit, Corn, Hye, Out, OiiIohh, Fontli
vr, nnd, Indeed, any thing f;irmTH nmkr to hi-11.
Oct 1J U. K. A T. P. (H1IMJN.
TTIl'll I licn by forewarn all pron Troni
1t trudiou; for tuo Noi4 uf (until, tfivui hy thu mih
Kurihcr ni.d iniulu payiihle to Tillmiui Hurl;, for om luin
dr.;d ilnltam tiuh irlvtn mi thv Hth dny of Miuvli,
1.V2. The con-itl-riitloii fur wltldi niild nott-n n.-rv
niad liu fulled und I am detrnilu(l not to p tv I lit-tn .
JOHN IM t'.MuKK.
INilk county, Oct. 12, 1sV.:u )Ws
IV o V I S Y O I V 12 A N ' i : !
(tiV At:TIP)iniV Of THE STATKOK AI-AItAA.)
Xj o 1 1 o x y .
I upurallt:l. (I M ltciuu for Kovcmbrr
To hu drawn Xnwiiiher Sih, 1.i5, In the city of Mont
K'nii'TV, ii l' ii I'l iKi'N Hiuoumfnn tu
Vlllhu diitrilmted iM'tonlinji to thu following
inimitable s r h in ; !
If you draw tin lowest lrii' you ffct the cont of your
ticket, irit4unt f' ttu.-tinti, ;iti) reuiernhi-r cvury Pi lie id
druunateiich lrituiiir. LOOK .1 '' IT!
One 1'iizu tn sCvvry leu Tickets 1
CAPITAL PH1ZK 20,000!!
Tn Potk cniinlys'jSaVtie nth lust., M.iar Invert., only
clill I of John . J -aaaaaat Caly h yi.'ed five years, Iwo
months and tlaisr sa
inn 1 r
T n ILL tuirc h.I9v stfWti
pinff 111 pur or .
AthviiK, Oct liikJti
1 .rtituof t?0.000
1 do o.OUO
1 do .1.00(1
1 do if. (DO
1 do 1 .OOO
lu do ftm are .V.OOO
Hi do lire LM)0
'.'ft do K- iii-u l..tOO
4-' ilo HH) ore l,r00
Mil d .VI urc 4.000
3m) d -"nrl! 4.0tM
ti-HI do lo urc f.:jOO
l.tM-'i'lVIrfr' In b. rn.!...ntitn:tn iftO.OOO
os: ; runv..tsh xi'stHKits:
Ticket P .'f nn l -(niiricru in proporiinii.
SAMI'r'. SU".iS, Agent and .MiiiMir.-r,
July V, t tr-tW) Moiifpoin.'ry. Aln.
"i:nri'r,' Cntirt nt Dcutnr
Ut-TOiVKU Ui:i.k, 1
C. It. ToJ1,
V. II. CillilniKl, Sv.lnoyS. H.IW11, .lux. fiilli
laiiil, .fn. I Iowr.nl Niclio!: urnl M. A. Wuo.l.
rX this i'tin it nptui'iri4 frtitn an nlli-iriit ion
in tlio lill, n!v ja4W'i'ii ti, tliitt ivsjmmiiI
eniB W. . (Jilli: nnl, Svlinv S. Uowi'll, .h.
(.illi'fiti'l nml tliiH. 1 lowai-tl Niclioh, nr tmn-resitt.-nt
citizens ;jf llie S(ut of Tt.'iniie', it
in llti-refure orilii-tl ly Iho t'loik urnl .M.i-ti
thai publication tut tmulu in tlio Alli-'ti- Post,
n tirtsv-tapt;r ptiolhctl in tlio town ul Aflit'iiA,
MdMinn tenuity, Vtiiu'MtH, lor font sticcesinive
wei-k. reijnirin nil non resi-U'tit rccpoiul
exit to ni'pfti.r at 'nr next Court of Cliuncory,
to he httJtl nt the Court hou?e in the town of
lKic.ititr, nn tlii se jo nJ Moniluy of .March ni'xt,
then nntl tho.'ti in inswtT couiiOaiimnt's nlore
mii.1 hill, or tho pgno will he talicn pro con
i4io as to I hem, ;ml nit for honrinr ex parte.
c. v.. MuKi:nU'; a d j.,
I Vp W. L. McKini.kv, u. o. A M.
Oct. or,-r- -v i ia i'h
Chancery Ci.urt ut lailUuuvillu.
Ocro'ii lU'LKS, 1S.A.
James H. lM!kil, Alniinisti at or of .Tonathau
i'iekel. ili'c'il, nml utlieia,
Rufim M. I'icUel nnJ oilier?.
ITnppotiritii; from romplainant'tt hill that
ilefumltiht, Unfits M. I'lcki!, resiilwrt ill iho
.Slate of Iowa, publication iit oiilffetl lobe
nmtle fir lonr snuo.'Mive weeks in llm Athenu
1'iHt, Ptiquii invC tti.l uini resitltMit dt tVuilnnt to
make hi personal 'i poaratute at next tunn
of Hitl Chancery Court, to he lielil at the
Court house in .Mc ijiivillf, un the 1st Mon
thly of leuonihcr ?sMlriiiiwer nbl 'ull
or the atutf wiUJl Vitii: ex parte.
next, and au..lnw hill, or the
mime will ho net WffVinul heaid ex
parte. . A. UH'I LX, V. M.
Uvt I-, I3i)'- I' . . lis lea t-i msti
Sale ot Land and Town Lots,
IJL'ttSL'AST to dicree of the Cirviiil
loiirt nf Monroe count v. in c-iao of the
ictiliou of R II. lireory aiij llii-.'h L'liestiuit,
mlin'ra. S:u , ua. 'l'he Wulow ami lU-iraof IIiil'Ii
Cheatuut, tli-ouM, I will fell to the highest
Uiililor, on the l"th Jny of Noveinlxi- next,
nt the lite renhlcuve of the aaiil Jamea Chest
nut, ileeM, in tlietuwn of l'hiliulelihia, Mum
loe comity, Tonii , Ihe following ileaeribeil
tracta of liinil "ml town lota auhjeet how
ever to the wiJow'e dower, viz: Uno tract
eoiilninin one lnimlred nml sixty qoich, huing
the tSoi.th east quarter of aectiou ix, town
shi one, nnii;o two, east of the ineriiliiiii, lli
wiusee diatrict i Also, ono tract containing
lifty tive ncrea, hein a part of the quarter
t-olion upon which Win, HeyuoMa now Uvea,
towusl)ii aix, ranjje one, eust of the meridian,
lliwaaauo Diatiioti Aml.alsu, three town lute
in the town of Philadelphia, Monroe oouuty,
euntuiiiiiiK one-fourth of an acre each, ntid
being the same on which the auid Juiiiee Chest
nut resided at the time of his death.
Tweuty per ceut. of the purchase money
will be required to be paid in hulid, and the
residua in two equal installments, at six and
twelve months, the purchaser (jiving bond
and approved tooonty, and n lieu retained
until the purchase money is paid.
1 E. K. CiltlrTrU'Il, Clrrk.
Oct. Oth, "55 td I'l-a Ice $ 808
niiw rx. m
MMaMaaaW. K. WaaV I
1 Weill her
Notice lo Shippers of Freights.
T H 1 It -IPO RT ATI tH bllMRTMkffT K. TtTXM. A Ua. H. K. C'U. t
I'lU! P'tnipiny will ilHlvcrnny Fr--.nfitn n-oeiTetl Into
1 llidr DuiitH, In h rpftMOtiHhlu time, Ht the term Inn
of their K'i:ul nt Dnltoti to tlie mrni-r or tlielr HRentii,
(nut our,) tli.-y iiyliiK ctinrirui ler turilT nnd recelv
IntT Did trfidhtt on itny nf nrrlvnl nt D niton. Thii
(iMi.Miiy ihwn nit iromo oitlier to more fri'ijchti or
diHvtT to the Western mid Atlimtli Kail Roitd, unkrin
tlifo'vittTfi linvi iiimle nrrnhfrL'tiitiit with inlil Rond to
rrtt'tlvt! the MHino. Vnrn enn mU Ixj detatnwl bi youd ft
Tew titiiir itlivr for tranphipmeftt or utornire.
In mVfnf Fli'piiH'titH m Above rury fm illty In the
fwtwrr of thu olllifM of the '''oop-iny wfll he extendt'd
to nr.lt. pern. Ikyntnl the end of ih.-ir mlta tlijr hnve uo
viiiitrnl n nd ii-t-iinic lift rc'imiinlltiiity.
OcttVJt) II. 0. .IACKHON. Sttp't Traiwpnrtrttton.
, K. L'lui. r, Wliljr, and fituit'lrtrd, Knoxvill. nad
nuiuier, Oltjvi-lniid, will pi me ropy two wuekt.
A II IftU'llll I' a ltd ( iirnrnlcm' Tnnli
Jtit roruivtfil, Urtr lot of liiirilwure. mieh
nn Sleet, A'IpiIro ind Hund llomntun, Anirurn, tlimhlf-tn,
.Htcwh, fi-kn, IlitiRut, KmkIIoIi nd Anit-ricnn Atrnp
Ilhifft , Chnln Pumtw nnd FisturM, Wnftun Boxes of nil
(tincit, .Nad Irons, fttavk And Dtv, mile UarreU, Guu
Cup of ill 1. 1 ltd n, Ornln .Sliorclo, Ac, Ac
AUo, a Inrft'' twk of Cnrptrntt rn Ttroln, of every dc
ci iptlon, wlduh 1 will null chvup lor ctih.
ki& uko. w. nog?.
O'VI'N 11 ml Nhni,-J tint reccWi'd n large
noi;n. iroin eottimon 10 vta very n, l ull mid
iximiini.. Vor milv by oct I.J UY.O. W.
V. A WV 'Itttlr C lrtlfiitiy. I nin now re
11 c lvii.(r my hirp.; nnd wi-ll nclrct. d ntnek of n .') y
Mud 1 ChKl.inrf. innnhtltift nf (Jvtr, Hrnrlt, Urei uud
piiifk Conn; pjint. U, Shirt", Hhlrt-nolli.r, lmuthn.
wuol and Merino .lilres- un,l lira wen of nil ort mid
nl" nil of which I will -mil very rli?np for ciish. Jo-it
widK in nntl I vim in you out aiivw, "from top to tou."
U'-'l O UI.U. V. KU.-S.
tlxo Mui'doror 2
iluvf rewnrd will be prilil lor tin- flpprtdictidion
ufnvury tu me oiiurm 01 i-'.ik fouiuy or
JuliilMfiitt) wlio mnnlered Vi,v Sciik,
mill ouniy, on iMtunlHy, tun Wtu dny of
r i .innii'ioii to out jvnr hi ne, nv
wm( ui-nu'ii niRii, nt oop-sj noun urtiu, rca
ti freali scar on Ida tippvr Up.
comity, Tonn.,Oct ft, lW3-8t
r wr i'luiri nun ri iiiiiirni
I'lIK Winter ,Vimt of this Institution will Coiimicnce
un Monday, the ftlh of Noveinhcr.
.', of 'uitivn, piM'jire month;
Rondlnfr nnd Writitiij f.1,00
Arithmetic, OtofTi iliy nnd Uramuuir S,oO
.Mullifiimtlcrt and Xaiural Sriunces, Ac
Anrlent and Mo'h rn l.inc'jnptjs Ifi.hl)
An t-.xtra clrirtif of f 1 for liiul. Payment in advance
No di'dnvti"n for lost of tiiui.
fiudi'iit in search of boar.lin? will do W'.-ll to nnjdy
to the Print-ipHl. II. W. vun ALMKMOFK.
Klnttdon, Ti.iin.( Oct ,Vlt-.)7 Princiul.
I?Ay your Taxoa.
A Id. purmnti who have not paid their TaXf for the
iB, year liVi, must do so luiuieilKU-ly, If th-v Uh to
avoid eo.it. THOU. STKPlfl.NS,
ncpt 2 Sfuriff Mr Mi nnen.
" ' ' h. k. "do1)S()..
4fcl,'l"'i-ltJ,i his -o-rvlce to the i-ltizi-tm or Atht-it and
W vicinity. He in prcpi.n-d to attend to any ea1ln In
thv line r hi pt-ofcosiiiii, and Hatter Idm-ielf tlint hU
work will nivo nalirtietiii.
HT K-.oiiiri at the Ath.-ns Hotel. fcpt 2-tf-CtiO
S W A S
Bank-Note List andDetecter,
I'ahlitto'il H-itti-Hioiii.'itti, itt MoHttfoiiii'i'y, Ala.,
Af gaOl) p:r milium In Advaiicr.
111 K work Is. printed on flue white p iper und new type,
L and in appearance Hill bu aueuud tu nuue la the
A Sonthi-nt. Il.ink Nntt A essential In eery B-tnk,
C'UiiiiiiK-H'.UHi", anil Public OlHce. Let hp unite in ad
v, uieln our coiimooii luterritd, ami not penult Northern
me 1 1 ami Ni-rtliurn Dtteoters to fluctuate our niotn-y
iiuiitcrs ns they may w ish, wliilu wu are quietly folliariiijf
The work will lie carefully revised on tin day of pub
lication, and all Important lll.auyial ehan;es, an lh-y
neenr, noticed. Every tXertioli will he mudf to make it
H correct ami reliable Kuide to the Banker and Merehnut.
Hotel I'ropriet'irs, ii.-ukern. Auetl-neem, (.'utnini.
Merehant-t, and othcru, tleflruiii of havintr their name
and business widely eireulated, are tnrnued that u
limited number of mlveriheiuenu will be In-cried.
.wp-el;il rale for advt rtif ii)f by the year, or for shorter
perlodi, may be known by applyititfto any of my Agent,
or at the otlico in Atl inta, Georgia,
p Tiiueti nuKiher will bu neat, oti appllcatl oil by let
ter, ji'f ttf rAi-.
All eoiomuulcationn Intended for the ''Ilan'.-Wt.' I.ht
mil let-eiir," iiiiit be add reeled to 'Sinm'n fruij,:
X..t- .;t," A'f.mta, Ua. tfAML'i:!. MVAN.
J.iMKti lt'iti:HTS')S, General Affetlt. fept (in
Ni'w Full and Winter (.nods !
SAM lnw re--vlvl!if my -tn.-k of Fall and U'lotnr
tiu.Hl. nml n.oilii rcpeetlutly reijuest toy ohl cun
lotuvrri ami ihepuhlii e.rially tofiiveme a call, us 1
tee) couthlelit It Hill be to their iuleret.
nept US (1F.0. W. UOHH.
11 if Anth tritif uf thr Statu of O'coyyia.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
firuulll'ul Schoiiift (for October
Ttt bu drawn Oittolcr 'J4, lu the city of Atlanta,
when Primes auunuitii( to
ift a o , o o o
Will he dl-dribiitcd to rrtuiate ftoekholdera in accord
ance with the following
Va c h leva S ch vm p
e-zssii ms .. t-
t Pi-tee of flo.nnu
2 Pristex of .f-'.niiil are 4,itil
a il fiint are I.'it
11 do are 2.7:i
lu tin 110 are 1.1'hi
17 d 75 are I.'i'tt
l do M are S.I&1
s-1 ilo "i'y are
lion ,1 pi are
tW'l do &ure H-Jf
l,tllt priien nuioitntlnir to f:Ht,ii(Hi
ni; Tiioi Nwn imiii:n!
OALY Ti:X TUOI'SAXD NCMMCHSt
IfT Tbiketa Halvei f'2,.MiQuiirten.
ine Prliu to every Ten Tickets.
1 A Ml' IX SWAN, Agent and Manager,
April 27-'-1 4 Atlanta, (iei.iKla.
rlItK uiiiU'i'siiliieil wishcH to dispose of his
1 House iiih) hut, uituatcii in the we-tt ctil
ol Athenu, on Washington Street, which ho
will on reasonable terma. The localum
id a desirable ono fi' a man with a small
family. l''ur further infui'muthin apply tn the
subscriber ut iheUlliee of the Athottn Post.
Athena, Atiirnst 17, 18r.
Notice to Fi-olglitoi-as.
.Mui'OiKV WuhU'ru.rtlit'Orirtu IC. HaiiilN.
ATHSTA, fi'pt. 1, ts.Vi.
FHIIIK Utiti-s of Frelirlit from anil ufltr the iimli intt.,
I. fi'om AtUnu to li;tvuiiiiuli, uiul from Atlanta to
Ciiarli-otoii, will bo
On liciil 2" s tl lul
C.in I" " "
tl.it IU " "
Uai-rcla Flour, V car loail u
StintAiiUiuknl .Viirtm t UV-. -M Rail ltot1.
sn. D, Thompson,
i luvrlumlt 'JVmi-
Meilieinos it ml (hcmicals,
Wood und Dye-rituiKOil, Pilnt uud Puinter'.
Window IumnuiiiI f iiiiytInMHWur-
IKKNOII, Ktniliih and Auierleim Perfumery, Fine
'loiiet and llvlll Ktiitpi, line II Air uud Tooth
Ii: iikIii. I'iihii lii-unbei.tiurirk'iil tiud Ileiilul Instrument.,,
Trussed mid Supporters of all kind, bpice. .qiintl, Muu
utueturefl fiilmeen, till me r.neiil or rropiieuir,v .'leui
rines of thu ilnv. sunerlor Inks. Pure Wines und Until-
dies for itifdi' lnnl purpose. KxtraeU aud Flavors,
t-lioiee Toilet nnd Fancy Art it leu, 4e.
I iniike my purchiiM Tor eiish, mot oiler koouh efpmuy
hh low hi they enn be olituiiu'd front any simiinr cstnli
liHhmeiit In this Meetiou. W.M'nutrtt tv hfiii,
timi y. titdiH. Orders from the eountry proinplly ll'h d,
urn' sutlniHetioi) guarantied with reg ird both to price
it nil ..ii.'.litv.
i4f PhyHlelanH' Pretrrlptioni nnd Kamlly Kcidpei
will receive the greuunt cure and utlvutioii lu their
cuiiipoundiiitf, al ull hours. sept 7-ly-o"iW
Aitot'tfTA, Oku., bept 4, l-W,
sf rf IIIIDS. good and prime tfoKar ;
t" BOO barrels fcinart's Clarified ihigar;
HH) pack u ties Lour, Crushed ami Powdered Sugar;
bOO bagi luir, prime, aud choice Coffee;
100 iiiuis Java Collee ;
1,loO kegs Nails, all bites;
4,000 saeks Haiti
400 ha,' Muck and Drop Shut ;
I.UOO V Uar Lead;
f0 hhds taiba Molanses;
barrels tfiuurl's ttunar-1 louse Hyrttp;
S.'iO boxes aud kegs ToIjmcco, every qualify ;
liO chests Hyson, Imperial und Hlack Tea;
210,OiiU Spanish and liorman Cigars
BOO boxes Adamantine aud hperm Candles ;
BOU boxes Uar and fancy buup ;
IOO kegs sup. carb. 8da ;
A large stork of Manilla Kope, 1 V Inch; rj.j
Cord and Plow Lines; Painted Pails; Uroonui; Churns;
Tubs: Urass Hound Pulls: Half Buckets: Unices: Peuner:
Uiugcr; Cassia; Indigo; Hlue Vitriol; Copperas; powder
lu kegs and cans; Pickets; Cheese; llutter and soda His
ouits, Ac, for sale. Our slouk (,llUors excepted) will at
Vimes u one ui mo iarni:i mis luursei.
Orders from our friends will command prompt ttUn
M011. Consignments Of Produce are sold-Ited-
ItAKKit, WKIOIIT CO.
Ciutti.tSR Dakir, Mtki Hiker, II'iAum di Oo.
)&. Wu" Sir, - ,.t MM)
Ocoee Male Academy,
Ron ton Tfnii.
fJlHK Fill laalofi f thli Inntltutlon will eoinmenct
Jl. on Mondny, tl IM day of September next, un
der thv chnrfre of Kev. J. L. Mil, HI UN, whoae abilities
and obfirneter a ft Teaeber are 10 well knowr. that lb
Tmntettfl deem It unnecessary in trump hit fsuie. Hnlii((
graduair- 01 one vi nr.. ouenes 01 pjtni irnnen
nee, he In oompeteiit to teach tbo pupils scknr and
Imifrunqe, anJ to conduct the flehool with propriety, ever
ready to Rukle, morally as veil as mentally. Parents
nnd ft"mrdlHift may patronise (Koee Academy Uh as
suraiice. The loeatlun Is healthy and pleasant.
Trm qf Tuition, pgr &tion of 80 welt :
First Class t!l.nft
Heotid " K,uO
No extra charges. Uoardeati he had In private rand
lies on very reasonable terms. Those who puj In ad
ranee enn bsvn a ruasonsble deduction from the regu
lar ratv uf Ultlon. By order of thp Ttmirrl.
Aug IU U. U. HKVNUMltt, kc'y.
Gardner, Shepherd & Co.,
THOLESALS PRATERS .V
Shoos, Hals and Slr;;iv Roods,
no. no i'udiic square, .nvni iiie, a piiii
E InrUe the attoutlon of tner chants to tht large
tall and Winter Alork off Tloofw aud
Mlioewf lliifn 'tt and Trunka
which we are now dally receiving. This Flock has bren
carefully elected in view of the iucreafted demand Tor
(loon Uimuw; and while ft will be found entirely complete
and well adiipt'd to tho wants of the trade, U uu usual
ly free from Oonds of an inferior quality.
Iluyers In Hits market would eon null their Interests by
prtring our OootU before nmklng their purchase.
sepl 7-lm OAHlJ.NKll, aUKl'ilKHU A CO.
Uatiland) Mtisley V Co.,
WOULOcall thu attention of Merchants In Fiit
Tenm4Mee to our ihuhI Inrtfe stock of Drum,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Hye-tiilT, Perfumery, Heaps,
Hnishes, Ac. We are now fully prfared for the f'nti
Trade, nnd we hop Merchants visiting our mark at will
exmntne our tock and prices before buying, as we have
unmiml fellitics both for ntuvhtining and gelling al low
iirtoeH.beiuf nini)pct4'd with HAVtLtKn, HabbaI. A HlBl.Kr
New York; .tnd lUviL.ltn, Il.iaaiL A (n., Obnrluston,
8.0. The following article" will rem prim part of our
i"!1. i" woirn we are niaKing naiir auantiiiis
10,000 Ths Itlue stoufi
,0oi Ih Hull Petre:
y.MOO " Fine Indigo;
8,001) " Hululmr;
10,000 " White Und;
8,000 7-iue Palm;
6,000 lbs Venetian !tU;
400 doa. C'H-inr Oil;
No. 1 Madder;
qq in pnp s
74 FBrmicI Mrout, (3 doors from Globe Hotel.)
AUg. Ol-l J-OOii
T xmt rtoooivod
VM lor sale, ut the old clnnJ in Calhoun,
25 HltU .New Orlonna Ueloi!eJ Vlolitsie?.
10 Itl.li. du. tlu. Uo.
HO Jiai fine Kio CofTo;
A00 (i iin. Clllta Mulllps;
2500 ),li. lirowii Sjugnin;
loooo " I.nlled Iron oil uf winch will ht
miiil low hy uliuJ 'Hiile or Hdnil.
Our Iry fiuutisatucli ii full nml line, anJ tin
low ilo w 11 in price n the low cut.
July 0 11. F. MARTIN' A SOX
l M M E 1I A TEL Y A T THE DEPOT,
K IitMtUhinnirit 'I'fiin,
tic Ten; 11:1.0,
A ug. 1 T-t f-8i'i j'lt ik n n.
Alubiiniii street Alliiutiii fat'uritif
liy A. i:. tt 11 i: VEH, Propriclor.
fof TloN Itleht of the cur xhod for pae.'ei ly
A di'tvu Irwin; l.'jft of thu car shed n-r iijutenger l-y
up train. Auj. lu, WA y-C-0
I if J. L7 .ITLKR.
Wild, bIvc U entire attention to the prmtlee of
.Metiieine. (tilk e Smilli of the Uriiljce. uug
Agricultural itujttium'i.tt and Vac h1nrr.
No. 12 ilru:tdw:iy, MIVV VOIIK.
SrrK'rX'lIlMM M"ti-i'i Mtrttin., Uaif
9a. I,.rm ti -, i'ftttifitiir, Vi-im, Strum Cittfr.r,
t 'urn V. irr, Hjwr. tfortr I'otrrfh ami 'freh''t',
lithtf'iit'' T!n:'rtiul Winitimrs,itHt oVr Ai'-i.
cultural Mavliint. may ls-ti-y47
BJI'W Mil-1 Ir-i"ff-'- Kreneh Zinc
js Hue nl On; 4. hroine (ireeu. Ked, arid V--'li-w. In
Oil anil dry; White I., ad, dry; Veueti:m Ktd; lnd.go,
Mvihlei-; Sp;,niah Ifrowti, Ac, for sale )V
o. i r i.i:o. w. 1:0s.".
'PIIM.U'rO.-.'"-I rt .-eivt..l, a ftne h't or tL tvry
I lie-l liraliUri or Vii'jf!it!;i 'IVbuetu, titi 'i will ) o.tUl
Cheiip. ';y tiup.l OEO. W. KlJ-.
4A3I'S t " Alitatid,ixlr4iiie.fr
tiihleusc; .'wiiii lhs Turk' Hand, hr ph-kticg.
liept ,!- UKO. W. KOSS,
KkTO'l'H'l. All juth.iis lii-lebtel in the snlwenher
nre re-p.-elfuMy iioJJied that Ih.-y mii!t pay nn ur
In nue the BMh d.ynf Oeeembi r next. If payment is
delayed btyolid IliHt lime ;eWe will he n ipifreil lu
every hiHtuuee. JNO. .MUllKIS.
MeMlnu eouuty, Tenn., Sept 1-1, In'S-hi-
I3 0A I3I3NTGr !
A VV.W hour.lers can be neeoiiuuodatcd at the re-d-J.
. deuce of the mihiicriber, We-t end of Athene. Tin
Mlluutloii In pleiinaiit and retired, and ronveiiieiit tu
r'urust Hill Aeaileu.y. sept 7 . K. Ui:):Li:it.
J I KY Ki:cri VI'.I-Fine ihiiioly; Mr.derl...
Mierry, Purl, Maine; a and Chiret Wines, and s.ii.ie
line Jaiuuica Hum all strictly for uu-diral ptirpnis.'s.
tei 7 W M. UI'ltNS.
FlOr. nulneriber wifhes to buy a large quuntity of
M. good Wheut, for which he will pay the highest mar
ket price. LAlhclis.Aug.tfl.Ktt S. K. UKEDKU.
fllO nil wlmnt It may t-oncrrii.-l hereby
m give nut lee thut no more credit will be extended,
ami to all who ure indented to me 1 say, come ami pay
un. Mr debts imist and shall be paid, and in order to
do so 1 must make collections. WM. lil'KNi,
August :H , 1
'IMIK Full SrmtioH of Mm. Cooke's Select 8. hool will
ci'miueuce on .Monday next, September 8d. It is
desirable that nil Ihe scholars should bu present, so that
the classes cau bu formed on that day. lAug Jil-tf
VI. AUO. K lot or good Wheat wanted for which the
highest cash iimrkut price will he paid, hy
July U P. 11. KKITH A CO.
3J"o ft i 00 tsi to Xliro t
ITlVK. likely Negro Men tu hire, fc.nu.ulre at this
lOTK'i:. Allpersons Indebted to me, llhor by
Note or Accuunt, are reuuesleil tu come forward
and make piiyiueiit as 1 am compelled tu have money,
and inn d'-tennined to wait no loiiirer. All debts not
paid by the lirt day of October will bu found iu the
hands of mi ollicer lor collection,
Aug bi s. k. ni:i:i)ii.
VAI.rAKI.l-: Nl i:0KS. Jut
received, a la rue lot of thu must approved and
liU'-m i-.iitiuus, aud lor sale hy
Aug Bd n:o. xv. ko.ss.
It AM WAIIIIWT.S WAMI'li,-1 am
110a paying l per Acre, aug l 0. W. KOti.
I" AU M'AICM AT. I will pay thu highest
4 cash price loi Laud Warrant".
Aug. 17-tf ' JOHN L. IlMDliK
9' AB V VICH t.M I'S U AUTKIh-0K0.
4 UKOWN, of Mudnmiiville, wishes to purchase Laud
Warrants, aud will give the highest cash price. AugiJ
I Si II The uuderclgued is receiving
M.h large aud Immlnime lot ol Hull, liKltidiiiu many
in. styles, hucIi as "Wide Awake," "Vom.s Aiuerlea,'
"Hungarian." Ac. AUo, the Pnnan:a, leghorn, Fur,
Wttolaud I'ahulcuf Hats, which wi'.i he sehl.tt the lowest
sort of prices. A1'J w- it. P.tlYNOliUiS.Uonton.
"VKW Two I lor tie Witffon fnr sale by
X Athcus.Junc A. K. KLKUKH,
W H'. riO S IC I l-:S, Candles, Almond,
Pei-anii, Uratores, heiiKUis, Ac., Jiiot received and
for sulc b aprd BO A- CLE AUK A CO.
Ki: r in wh imvi 11 nii:i,
Three uf these oekhialed laborTsavlug niachilies
cm band and fr sulu at umuufacturers' pi kes, by
may 11 U. KELUr:n.
SI I I , PI-.;!1. !uhols Shoe Pejs Jut reeelved
and inr sale. Apl 6 W. Ii- REYNOLDS, Ucnton,
VI5W IIOOTM Al MIOi:. t yun call
XSl nud examine our stuck whh-li we are Jnal opening,
we foci assured yon will not leave before buying a i air
of Hoots or blioes. Pur llie Ladies, we have the best
Kid, Calf and Patent Oaiiei-s. Por tho Ucutlemell, Kip
and Calf U00UI Uuat and Calf fhoes.
may 4 ' 1" .?'G,BSi)N
Stf'HTV FI i: A good lot of Tape and
Thread fuse un hand and for sale low hy
April 0 W. It HEYN0L08, btiitoo, Tenn.
TVOKKof that No. 1 Toburrn at the Pinners
X-l Cheap Store, by
U. . T. r. OIli.ON.
III:AVIN( TOIIAI ( (, a fine arlirle, and
hutfara, fur sale ty ap au a. uut.au c iu,
I.i.0 l'OH K.l.i;-Vgoo(l bsrirsln. Apply
marcu -ioj ji. m'it.a.
mro rK i:, -Wf wnnt Jtd muni hat money. AM
X Notev and AccminU lu our pnssesaion tride In ths
your .tft-t must be pii'd immediately, or you may expect
m tv, v eoit. Our rule Is only to sell on twelve monihs
eredii, then do not h surprised If you sre siud at any
tune, u"g - v. r. s, i. r. um.u.
THR 8tibtwriosr i now rpreivinfr fiw
lceticn of SPLENDID WAN OH from thu
oldest mnnufftotories, knd sleoim1 with great
care from more than a tlioannntl inslrum'-ntt
among which are tho now Corrugated Sound
ittff Boards of KoArdmnn, Orny d Co.t which
arts reooiving 10 much furor buth In Amorica
ant. Kur6. Thi vnluahU improTtinent
nrliU one Imlf mora tpac to tho wtimJing
ltonrfl, thereby Inrgfly incrensing ha power,
producing a t( renter volume uf tone, truetlier
with n peoultnr ditineVhoTn-n and ifiHejienoV
enutioftlie no,a, and near' equaling tbo
Ornnd PianH. All 1'tanot witiTnntfd.
Also, reeeivin a lurge aoloetinn of .lusiV
Mniii;5, u,kM, Walt res, Vnviatiutts, 4o., A J
Onitai'gand .jf ring
IMatioi tuned uud vi atiful.
Sept. 14. ii. ii. CO )K R.
W W AVINti nold one of my r"art.is I am mil snlou
to sell the one on which I lire, nine miles foul of
A ih fin, on the stock road to Oeoreia 3 s if H A r r
and I0ii more adjoining can t bought, t have 12 good
twfyrrotd Muleft; 9 tlorifs; andaitkoly young Ncgrs
Doys toelt, all on reasouatde lews for ca-h.
8ept 7, '06-2ID U. L. PHILLIPS.
Fatroorti. rivals at tlxo
"V A It I i: T I Vs &V
TN'VITI.S the Httoiition of Oie pttldie to bio
newly arrived stock of ftnnds, feeling Mtiti
lied iliejf suri.nss anything lliat haa been ex
liibilpil iu ttiis market fur lo, theao many
day"." It would l-e an endless task to enn
merate one half the article, ennneqiiently
he will name hut fcw, neunng hit friends an J
customer that they will find at the Varie
ties" nltnoH any article in bn line that may
be cnlW'd for, ('all in, if vm want
KINK OOLD LKYl.lt, L'triS K aaJ TLAIX
WATCIIKS; . .
FIN K GVU) JEWKI.UV Hreftst Pint, Tat-
bobs, llracelefii, Kinder Hine, Collar Jiut
tone, Shirt Stud JsUeve Mutton, thitf rino,
Fob t'hniits, Yen C'httiiis, liuaid Chaint, La
dies Clmtntine (.'luiin and I in, I'eiicils, rent,,
ano ('ntH1. Fob and Ounrd Kes,
Sil(.iWAM Ii(f)T3 UdiL-s Fine Uliick
and Fnncy colored Gniteis iliiwen line Gat
tere, liluek and Fmioy color. Minea Kid.
ionri and Calf Hoof; Mina Coif and Ki
Shues; Men's Wnter-proof, Calf and Kip
lioote; I'ova Hoot and .Slioee of nil kiud.
Fine Tobneeo, Ci-rnrs nnd Sntiff.
Cidt's fine Hfpentinti; J'istuts; Allen'o
volving nnd Self couking Kifle 1'istols,
Mimical Boxes; Accuidtuiip ; Clarionets;
Fhtte; Fife. A c.
tSUAl'-S AM) ratFUMKUY. KtiieShavinR
Ci uatns; fi d SopiMipluitie; line Tram parent,
Sunp; Colngne; Wright'.. Extrneto for tho
hntid kerchief; Kxlreetof Vutiillu; Kx tract of
Lemon; Lemon Oil; Cinii.itnoti Oil; Ksenee uf
Ciunutiioii; Lillv While; Lyon'a Kutharioii;
Ilnir Oils of all kind and tiiinliliert.
Candiuo; Alniondr, Kaisius; l'iektl Jc.,ic.
Ail of which, und n thoutntid and one other
itrlielcs, will be sold ut the lowest price
imaginable. Allien, Sept UU
Ths Scientific American.
I I I VI .MU VIMIS.
siLrxiii ex a 11 a visas axu wizeh.
1 1IF Klevcnlh Aniiiitd VoIiiiim- of this i:sefut publioa
1 tloti v n 1 e need on the Itlh dny of September itint.
Tiie '-tfeieniUic Aiuerii'uu" U an ULilrated IV Hod lea I,
devoted eliltlly to I lit- proiiiiilfcu loii of liiffrimttliin re
hu in if to Ihe various Meehnnie nntl (.betide Arts. Indus
trial M;ii tif:u ture, Atfi imltrre, I'tih nt. Invetitions,
Kiitriiieerliiif. Millwork, and all iutert'cti. whkh thu light
ui pnwtiettl st'ivnre Is caleiiiuted to ndvaiice,
Ut port ol l. I'atertts Krantid art- bUm nih1lhe4
eveiy week, incluiMiift oHIeial Copies of nil the Piitvnt
Llaiiu, totffiber wilh ikwn and iuforit.utieu upou thou
Hi. 1 1-1 " ot other pubjeetK.
The C"nlrdntorni tht? S.'Imt.lV Ametb nn areamans;
the inott enitoetit etenliHe liinl praetieal men of tho
titnen. The r.dilori:d lepi.rtnitjut In unirer'ully ac
kliowletlireil to be comlueied with K"nt ability, and to
)- iliHii)tiii.-lied. not tmly tor the eve)1enet; and truth
fullietH ut It" ilirifu-ll'ins, but fiT the feitileK'iie'i1 witb
whieh error In eotubaled ttml fulfe thtoiien exploded.
Meelmiiien, Inveiiturs, Knchieeri1, t'lienii"ts, Manufac
turer". Aerh-tittniUtt, and people of t very proftfolon in
Hie. nil! t.nd the Seientitte Aini rleun to he of (Trent Val
ue in their respective calliiip. Its rounels aiui siir
ireMfmis will Siive thuni htunlreils of dollars annually,
hfiiiifei iiOonllnK litem n continual eoitree of Knoledcrt
tlf t X)erkliee of nhleh a btyt-nd peeunlary esllliiiite.
The .n ii t-tiftr AMrHran i puhhuhi-d otiec a Week;
every nuinher coniainH eilit hirgr unrto pflKvs, fortnluir
uimiiiillv 11 eotnpiete' und plelwlid Tohit.ie, 11 lust rat 4
w ith Severn) hit'.tln d oriInul Kiiravtits.
ht.icii'ien 'tiert -r it is.
1 : .(.! jile h iberivtiiti t? a your, or $1 For six
month, live ei'pien, lor xx nnuithii, t)J; for one year,
Kr foriher elub rules and for st;iteuent of the
hoirteen hfge cali j.tsv, offered ty tfio puWiakers,
iSi-tiihei u, We ti i-n mid Cun.-iiln ntnnry, or Pesl Offlco
.!:!'ni'-, tnl.eii nt p;tr Tir nihrifriptloiit.
Utters -hoil!.l be dirved (povl paid) to
MI'NN A CO., I'.'s ridton st., Vew Tork.
J'f"" MeisrH. liinii ,v Co.,hnve been, fur ninny years,
extetisfrely etifrnped lu proeur!tir p:Ilnt for new In
vjiiti'iLf. nnd will itdvie ltiVenlori, niiheiii charfte. in
reyitrd to the novelty of their improvement. n.pt'ii
""Totfio" FublicT "
'lilliittiilcraiji'iii'i tulies ftlenatiri' in inform
I in llie ti-aitlliiuj cvniutvuitit t lint bu hu
aiu-il't,I.,il in Hi til jr up n iuut- uiul vouvenivnt
Uiu'lc. wlii.-Ji lie inu-iii rur.ninu ailv be
nv MY 1.1. TWA li it DKl't'T mid MAM-
SK Vll.i.K, Ti:NN. ! .'vi rv nlifntion will be
l: t v 0 n lu i-i'ii.!.':- :i-.-or' .ri-r c ci.ml'ui inbl, mid
at I'l'itsi uiililf 1 . it ii:. 'liu1 ir.WL'ilinf. eum
inimitv will liml il in i. r iiiir,',-t to louk
Ihiswuy- AMiUl.U & 1.WIS.
S. i.t 7 51 sua
"HE uiidtr.igtitil ha- lor r.tlti a varivty of faok
1 stoves lutr.l uli'l Ihiiat :ipiruvtd nttnia. 1'ha
castings ur beautiful. Tim fhi r Siita &ott and
AVntui'A 1 are cast at CitK-tiiniili, oltit), amt lliv South
erntr Is cast at the Ktioxville r'niitiiliy. He rxnecls to
liave, in a .hurt time, some lieuulilul lire Plovea fur
lieaallni! rooms. All win, wish tn ,uri'lia.ii S) cbcap aud
foinl ai tl.i,- In ilie 81 ove line, will lo veil la call anit
examine fur lliemselve, belitfe iun'hatna' elsewhere.
Aiheus, 8lji 'JI-lF-Ulir. J. W. III.AC'KlVrXL.
rnrt MSS. Java eulfi-c;
)UU aoiKI lbs. Kio ilo.;
200 lbs. Cl'llsheil Sujtnr ;
lm) " Canteens Indigo ;
luu " Stur t'umllcs ;
Bt) " Dupum's) Kiflvi Puwilvr ;
CO " ' Ulutiii do.;
12 1 lb. On ns Ku'.'U do.;
2'iti ir-illuiia No 1 lioldeii Syrup ;
AH of which will be sold us usual, at tht
very lnweat prlecs.
June 8 W. 0. IIOKTOX A CO.
New Spring & Summer Goods.
iV. CLEAGrE cb CO.
Villi now lecvivinn; nnd opeuiiii; a wery
liuue and well seleetfd stuck ol Sl'KINU
AN I) Sl'MMKIt (i(iul)ti, to which they r.
aieetfully invite the attention of euatumera.
'their stock cotiaisU in pnrt of LAlllKS'
1)1! i:SS(;uUlSl.i'Bes, 'Visa ilea, Olttnndiaav
I'rintcd Jneoneta, liiilliitntea, l.an ns, Chnllan,
Mii-linx, 1'lnin and r'uiicy Silks, Bonnet Rib
bons; Kuirli-h and French 1'iints uf every
sty'.e; Cui'taiu lVints. Irish l.iiiena. Linen,
Napkins, liitiiit.k Tulde I.inen, Toweling,
Coltouildes, Satinetta, 'l'wecda, tte.
Also. I'aucy lioods, l'orie Monuaies. Caril
('uses, Tuoih I ti-iir li,-, C'lolli and Ilnir Drusk.
es, India . Kubher llreaaipu; an J I'lilf l'oaib
t'nbits, r'irhinu; Lines, Musons Kinea, Pereua.
sion Caps, Match ISoxcs, I'erfuniery, Lubees,
t'xtrnets, l'omade, liuiiibiltne, (ilepKanc, Itob
erta' I'riuite, Walnut rhuving Soap, Yarieiraw
ted Ball, io. b
Alru. Ilonneta, lints, Tioola and Shoes, to
jrelher with every vniiely of KKADY S1AHK
l'U'rillN(i; Hardware, yinenswar. At., alt
of which will bti sold unusually low. Givs
them a call. April 20-lf-a
Land for Sale.
William II. Miller, bv his Guardian, Tbomai
William II. Hunter, ami the other Ueira of
r-aiiiuel Hunter, deceased.
FrtilioH to Sell ianol
IX obedience tn an interlocutory daerts ami
order of the Worshipful Coiiuty Court of
MeiL.a eoutitv. 1'en n ah.aa ii . i
Sibsion, 18SS, 1 will prooeed to go upon ths
iiceiiilsua and anil ,o I k. l,i..l.AUt 184.108.40.206.- t
,.. . "v ...mbo. vinu.r, iwr
cash, all tlio undivided interest whieh ths
suid William II. Miller hns in and tu all tha
binds of which said Samuel lluuter, died,
seized and possessed in said county. A credit
uf twelve mouths will he given upon ail ex
cept the sum of sixty dollars, which must b
iinid down, and note aud aood seourity will
be required and a lien retained for lhsjresidu
of thu unpaid purchase nionov.
I JAMliS A. llOUSER, CUrh.
Sept H, 1855-lt l'lsfeolt ttl