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EXERCISE IN rULMONAKY DIS
EASES. The Medical SpiciuiUt in nn nrticle upon the "Value of Exercise in J'ulinoiiiiry Dis eases," ny: Every invalid xlxniM t:ike regular mid proper excreta.. Nt, wlinii-i r.p.T e.v.r tins! Proper exercise is tli 't !iyiic:il ex.-rli..n which cnlU iiit- ue lh? Jireiitest number of muscles, nnd to tli.-it amount winch the hody can binr witlwxtl filiate. A walk ol a (juartrr of a mile in iiew ui.iy be equal to th-rly miles in health. Kxereisu muil, therefore, he apportioned in quantity and in kind to the nature of the disease and the strength of the pntient. Ill eoM, rheumatism, dyspepsia, constipn. tion, liver disease ly uliiili, we mean n tor pid and irregular netion waikini; ten, tilt ecu, or even twenty miles a d iv judicioiwly in creased from the less to the fjreatiT is hot. tel than any physio. Those miUVrinj; from these disenics mav raiuhlu on foot ever t! rlobe climb to the top of the highest inoun tains, and hunt the chamois on the rog'.'cd Alps not only without injury, but dermn health at every step. Exercise hastens the rapidity o"llieehanii' of matter, and rouses up the vital energies ol' every organ increasing the How ot talicut, promoting the appelilr, aiding digestion, and improving the circulation; while under its influence the s&in,tlie jjire.viiid tiio kidnrii take up their appointed functions, unaided by the "Aran ot the (.rah imite, or the com pounds of the physician. But in consumption, and those disease affecting the breath, ns of thu heart, astliin:; &c,iill this is eliaugcd. Exercise is equally necessary, but it must bu of a very different diameter. It must be gentle, rririiliir, neve amount to fatigue, and always upon a level surface. Active and prolonged exertion not only hurtlul but dangerous. It excites the heart to violent action, increases tho fie quency of the pulse, promotes congestion of the lungs, increases irritation, and endangers hemorrhage. The consumptive should never put himself out ol breath on any account, nor should he return hme from his e.' rcisu as from a toil exhausted, instead of being re Tresnea. II lie noes tins lie suiters more Injury than he derives benefit from it. The kind of exercise, as before remarked, must bu determined by thu nature of tho disease, and tho state of the strength. In the early stages of consumption, while the body yet retains nearly its usual viunr, walking is the best exercise. It should be commenced moderately at first, and then gradually increased, ns the muscles becoino hardened and strengthen by it. There is one point which the invalid will do well to remember, and that is. never to ascend a hill or stairs, under tiiiy circuui stances, when possible to avoid it. When we do tins, we not only move the body forward but carry it; nrd it would bo as easy for us to carry an additienal weight, equal to the Weight of the body, on a level, us to carry ourselves up-stairs. All consumptives know from experience, how it exhausts their trength and puts them out of breath. Horse back exercise is equally benellci.il, and in those eases where the invalid 's enfeebled by the disease and very "short of breath, it better than walking, as giving less fatigue and enabling a longer duration of exercise in Mie open air. A gentle horse should be se lected,nnd,if possible, one that has a pleasant And easy gait. When too weak to walk, or to sit on horse back, a ride of a few miles, in an easy carriage, every morning and evening, should bu taken as a substitute. Short Sessions A Farmkhs's Speech. Tho Cleveland (Ohio) Herald brings in n seasonable anecdote, founded on a resold tiou for adjournment in tho Legislature of that State a resolution which is invariably found to be a waste of time. Tho incident is related to show thu excellent practical sense of Mr. Leverctt Johnson, a member of tho House: "The incident occurred in the session of 183T 38, Mr. Johnson then being a new member. Some four weeks ol the session had expired, when a member offered a reso lution that the Legislature should adjourn some time in the month of February ensuing. Tho resolution elicited warm discussion, and had pretty much used up a whole forenoon, when lr Johnson rose lor mo urstniui per haps the only time. He said, in substance, thu he was a practical farmer; that it was not customary for tanners when they went into their fields to sit down upon thu plough-tail and spend tho day in deciding when they would go home; Lut they set about their work, and when that was t)ine they went home. He added that he thought the House belter follow the example of the farmer, and do up their work and then go home, and not waste any more time in the present useless discussion. These views met with the en tire concurrence of the body, and nothing more was said of going home until tho bus iness was done. Tns Emperor of France. Faith in his etar is his all-dominating conviction. Louis XI. had no firmer reliance on his leaden angels than Louis Napoleon on a certain "lucky penny" he got from a Norwood gipsy, repre senting herself as tho grand-daughter of that lingaro who foretold Unit Josephine would bo an empress. Describing his acquisition of that enchanted coin, one day, shortly after his escape from Ham, when n very disconsolate looking man nbouttowu here, and being asked what he thought would become of him! he replied, he had not tho smallest doubt tho prediction of tho fortune-teller would be fnl filled, that ho should become Emperor of tho French, the arbiter of Europe, and die by thu hand of a woman l How ridiculous, you ex claim. Well, is it any more so than his whole carter for tho last seven years would have ounded if spoken of as a thing of possibility even years ago? fjJT" We trnnslato tho following from n German scientific journal for the benefit of our mechanics and agricultural laborers. "It has long been known that the simplest method of sharpening a razor is to put it for half an hour in water, to which has been ad ded one-twentieth of its weight of muriatic or sulphuric acid, then lightly wipe it oil", and filter A few hours set it on a hone. The acid hero supplies the place of a whetstone, by corroding tho wholu surface uniformly, no that nothing further but a smooth polish is ncces ary. The process never injures good blades, while badly hardened ones iiro frequently improved by it, although the cause of such improvement remains unexplained. tar"Tho"Japanese 1'otato Plant" has been successfully cultivated this season by a florist in New York city. Ho planted over twenty roots in May IdhL, in pots, in his hot house, and when lis dug thum up in October they had, in some cases, grown to tho length of two feet. b Criminal Court. Tho case of Mary Mo. riarty, foi killing her sodueer, was given to the jury yesterday nltertnoon at half past 3 o'clock, and after an absence of a few niin utes, they returned with a verdict of Not Guilty. Several excellent speeches were made on tho part of the defence, and tho pro secution was conducted with all thu legal kill which tho States' Attorney is so well known to possess. .Ifanphis Una. 2d inst. j AxoTm.r. Candidate fok tiii: Domination. Commodore Hubert F. Stockton has w ritten a letter to a committee of Americans at Tren ton, .Nw Jersey, in which he takes ctroii" ground in favor of the principles and doe trines of the American party. We quote the closing portion of it below, with' ths remark that the Commodore may now be considered in the field for the nomination: The crafty engineers of political specula tion see no danger and never will see any, which docs not threaten to arrest their profits bio control of parties. The doctrine that "Americans alone shall rule America," design ed to restore the government ns it was in I he days of Washington, to the hands of "Amcri cans alone," is stigmatised by the organized cabal of politicians who wield the machinery for manufacturing the imtiiniliuiiti of office, from that of the Presidency downward, ns a pestilent heresy, and IlioiJ who hold to this ancient Ainerivao doctrine are denounced ns traitors. The progress of events is rapidly Bringing llie country to I he condition when but two parties will contend With each other tho one the American oai-ly and the other the Foreign party. The American party will tcek the restoration of the government to American control, such as it was when it tame fresh from the American people. The foreign party will seek to propitiate the for eign element, pander to its insolent ambition nad aspiring predominance, contend for the continuance and extension of its privilege, cringe with servility to its dictates, and olfer new bribes for its friendship. The simple fact that the next election of a President of the United States may turn upon the insertion of the renunciation by the American people of tiii doctrine mat "Americans alone should rule America," should be sullicieiit to astonish and alarm ub. If the doctrine be renounced. it will be owing to the overpowering force of the foreign element in our population. The mighty power of that element has been guaged by the astute politicians who are al lied to it. They have measured its length and breadth, its height and depth, and they are willing to stake their destinies on its om nipotence. It was the I'rietoiiiiii guards, composed of foreign mercenaiies, who put up for sale the imperial purple at lionin, and it is the foreign missionaries among us who now offer to the politicians who hold the reins of party sway, the next Presidency, ac the price of fuvors to be conferred on them, and privi leges perpetuated hereafter. There is 110 country, there never has been any country, where such an issue, if squarely, fairly, and distinctly presented to the people, could be decided any other than one way, and that in favor of the "country born." Will the peo pie of the United States repudiate n sentiment of this sortf They will do no such thing. Already they have arisen spontaneously and rushed to the standard inscribed with the words, "Americans shall rule America." it is in vain for politicians to attempt to arrest the progress of the American party by efforts to compel it to adopt portions of the creeds which distinguish other parlies. It will not thus be induced to endanger the cause in which it is engaged. The safety of the peo ple is the supreme law, and while that safety is endangered everything else is of subordi nate interest. "Place none tint Americans 011 guard," was tho order of Washington at a crisis ot imminent danger. With assurances of high regard, I am your friend and obedient servant, U F. STOCKTON. Relative Proportion of Nutritious Matter in Vegetable Substances. The following ia tlie propoition of nutritious mat ter and water in each of tho following sub stances: lbs. Substances, lbs. nut. mat lbs. water. 100 Wheat Flour, 90 10 91 9 8G 14 88 13 79 21 15 25 22 Ilk 95 5 10 90 4 95 7i 9' 15 85 10 90 10 84 1G 84 25 75 29 71 26 74 20 80 27 73 3 97 2 m 100 Com Meal, 100 Rice, 100 RirlevMcal, 100 Rvo Flour, 100 Oat meal, - 100 Potatoes, 100 White Deans, 100 Carrots, 100 Turnips, 1(10 Cabbage, 100 Beets, 100 Strawberries, 100 Pears, 100 Apples, 100 Cherries, 100 Plums, 100 Apricots, 100 Peaches, 100 Grapes, 100 Melons, 100 Cucumbers, Meats generally aro about three-fourths water, and nuiu, as 11 comes irom ine cow, over ninety per cent. Singular Amtijmktical FAcr. Any number of figures you may wish to multiply by 6 will give the same result if divided by 2, a much quicker operation; but you must remember to annex a cypher to the answer when there is no remainder, and when there is a remain der, whatever it may be, annex a S to the answer. Multiply 404 by 5, and the answer will be 2,820; divide the same number by 2 and you have 232, and as there is no remain der yon add a cypher. Xow, take 357 and multiply by 5, the answer is 1,785.. On di viding this by 2, there is 178 and a remain- der; you therefore place a S at the end of the lino, and the result is again 1.785. Invention for Shootiso Moi.tkm Ihon. One of tho engineers at Fawcelt'e Foundry, Liver pool, where they have been making some thousands of shells for the Crimea, lias in vented n coat ing for t he inside of shells which will ennble them to be tired full ot molten iron. I'.aeli snen, in me manner na proposes to mako lliem, will contnin fifty pounds of iron in a slate of fusion, and where the shell falls, destruction extends around it; if 011 damp ground, no man can lie within fifty yards of it, thus making the invention one of great value and power. Tho tilling up each shell with the molten iron will take about t went) -five minutes. f$ An extraordinary elopement ense has recently ocourred in Louisiana, resulting in one elopement, one cow-hiding, two separa tions, two trials and 0110 transportation. A DnuNKAu's OnJKCTios to WATitn. An old soaker being urged to drink "the beverage prepared hy Hod himself to nourisli ano in vigorate his creatures and beautify his foot stool, replied, 'Wo, water is uongeroiis very. It drowns people it gets into their cheats into their bonds and then, too, it makes the infernal steam that's always blow- a feller up. Waterl no 1 11 none ou t; let them drink it what likes. UvrnKOKDCNTKD Stami-siib of Si.AVF.fl. The Norfolk Argus states that a parly ol about eighteen slaves, of both sexes, left Norfolk and Portsmouth last week for some northern nort. Abot a dozen are owned in Norfolk, and the balance on the other side of the riv er. They are mostly young, and some of them valuable mechanics, valued at from (1,500 to (2,000 each. I-onpon, Saturday morning. On 'change on riday afternoon the rates for bills in Paris van well nminiMineii. owintr 10 tun 111 111 ex change reported from that side. At Paris the price of llour has again ad vaneod, while wheat has risen duiing the last fow days U a S. per quarter. Tint Wheeling! Bridge Cask. Richmond, N,,v, a-!, Tho Supreme Court of Virginia has ' decided in favor of thu Baltimore Rail Road in the Wheeling Iliidgo Injunction Suit, Nkw Orleams, Nov. 24. Cotton is firm, and 2500 bales were sold to dav. Corn is worth 90 cents per ousnct. IIOLSTOM CONFERENCE. The following is the list of appointments for the following year Wythevillo District. T. K. Catlett, P. E. Withevilhi Station. 1 S. Sullon. Wythevivdle Circuit A. E. Woodard. I'.irisbtirg. J. M. Crismond. Mcclmnicsbiirg. A. F. English. Princeton and Flat Tup Mission. W. K. Foster. Ilillsville. E. Stockbiidge. (iraysou. ('. Mitchell. Marion. J. C. Ilvdcn. Jefferson. I). P. Hunt. Abingdon District. G. XV, Alexander, P. E. Station. J. XV. Dickey. Circuit. F. M. Fanning. Saliville. W. W.Smith. Lebanon. Win. Robinson. Kstillviile. O. W. Miles. Cap River. ii.XV. Smith. Russell Mission. To be supplied. jHlfersonvillo. A. W. WiU-her. Sandy River. E. Conner. E. &. Jl. College. E. Wilev, President. l'.ogersvillc District. J. .f. Keller, P. E. Rogcrsville Station. R. N. Price. Rogvrsville Circuit. XV. C. Craves. King-snort. II. P. YViiuirh. Jonesville. I. W. Pelt. " Tazewell Station. W. C. Dai ley. Tazewell Circuit. Win. Wyall. Snecdville. It. II Guthrie. Rntledge. C. (indhy. A. diss. Morrisiown. I). B. Carter. Kno.vville District. It. M. Stephens, P. E. Kiioxville Station. E.C. Wexler. East Knoxvillo and Colored Mission. T. J. Pope. Knox Circuit. XV. II. II. Durgun and C. T. McDonald. Daudridge. J. N. S. Huflakor. Sovierville. J. T. Gibson. Lilllo River. R. M. W hairy. Maryville. A. M. Goodoyco'ontz. Clinton. J. Lux. JaeksboroiiL'h. P. Reed. J. Atkin, liible Agent. W. II. Rogers, Tract Aoent. W. W. Neal, President Holston College. W. T. Jennings and T. Stillins, Agents Strawberry Plains College. Cumberland District. R. M. dicker, P. E. Kingston Circuit. li. W. Crouch. Washington. J. M. Varnell. , Hamilton mid W. Ridge Mission. M. P. Swain. Pikeville. F. Richardson. Jasper. J. Spears. Spencer Mission. L. 51. Dnlu. Cumberland Circuit. J. T. Stimsburv. Jamestown. To be supplied. Montgomery ,Mission. S. 15. Harwell. Hiiutsville Mission. It. K. Cowin. Athens Distiict. T. K. Munsoy, P. E. Athens Station. S. Phillips. Athens Ciicuit. J. G. Swisher. Cleveland Station. G. Tavlor. Cleveland Circuit. W. I K Kelley. Charleston Circuit. J. II. Haydcii and R. K. Scruggs. Chattanooga Station. E. F. Sevier. Harrison. W llalinger. Philadelphia. David Flrmming. Loudon Station. T. Stringtield. Decatur. R. A. (iiddii:gs. Ocoee. J. S. Edwards. Madison villi. J. Boring. Hiwassee College. J. H. Dinner. Ashvillo District. R. W. Patty, P. E. Ashvillo Station. C. Campbell. ltcems' Creek. J. Reynolds. llendrrsonvillr. J. U. Little. Catawba. J. W. Williamson. Bnrnsville. II. F. White. Sulphur Springs. J. 1). Baldwin. Waynesvil.e. W. F. Parker. Echota. J. W. Bird. Franklin. J. R. Long. Ashoville Female College. W. 51. Kerr, Agent. Joiiusbornugh District J. Ilaskew, P. E. Jonesborougli Slation. Will. Bates. Circuit. W. Milbtirn, (J. Crowan. Rhe.itown. E. E. Gillenwatcrs. (ireenevillo Station. C. Long. Circuit. A. A. G. Worley. St. Clair. To be supplied. Taylorsville. W. II. Howell. Watauga .Mission. A. Coprland. Elizabetliton. I. T. Smith. Newport. H. West. Jonesboro' College. D. Stillins. W. G. E. Cunningham, Missionary to China. Tho next session of tho Holston Confer ence will bu held in Knoxvillo. jir"Pho land sales at Wisconsin, on the 27th ultimo, were attended by about 1,500 persons, and much excitement prevailed. A serious dtlictilty ocenred, in which two men were shot. A settler on a piece of ground persisted in bidding for tho same, though in defiance of thu threatened peril of being thrown into the river if he did. On tho at tempt to put the threat in cxecutioh, he drew a revolver utid shot two of his assaiiiants. A Thump Wasted. Mrs. Margaret Trump, of Massillion, Oho, wishes informa tion of her husband, G. A. Trump, who left his homo on the 15th of November, 1854, saying he would return next day. Any per son having pocsession of said Trump is de sired to turn him up for tho benefit of his wil'o at Massillion, Ohio. Opehim of the Canada Grand Trunk Railway. The opening of tho first link of this stupendous undertaking was to have ta ken place hist week. The whole cost of the road, tthen finished from Quebec to Port Sarnin, foot of Lake Huron, will bo some $50,000,000. 5IELASCUOLT Oucuiirenck. 77ir per sons poisoned. About live miles from Par is, on tho Winchester road, lived two broth ers, Henry and Rodolph Siolenburg, me chnnirs, who had a negro woman hired to cook and keep house for them. Shortly after rating dinner on Monday, Glh inst., thu two men and woman seized with violent sickness, vomiting, purging, and intense abdominal pains. A suspicion of poison niosu in the minds of tho men, and Dr. Ray of Paris, was sent for. Hu soon found Hint they were poisoned by cooking their dinners in a copper bottomed stew kit tie, in which the remnants of '.heir breakfast had stood till dinner. Rodolph died the next morning, after great siilTciin. Henry and tlio woman are in a fair way to recover. All housekeepers should forthwith dis pense with nil copper vessels in preparing their food. Paris (A Citizen. High Prices for N echoes. Our friend, F l lf,,l,..rtu,.n the auctioneer, sends us the results ol thu sale.in Negroes, at Callaham s on Tuesday. The aggregate of ten negroes sold amounted to $0,025. Among tho lot wan n women somu seventy years om, wnn i.r.oirrht fin. A oirl. inst erown, sold for field hand) t 1,250; a sm ill' plough boy, 9830; and a child (held up in tho arms ol the auctioneer vu "- " spection of bidders) brought 8530. .low title (S. C) Press. Not, lb'. VT The Auditor of Public Accounts of Virginia reports tho Stato revenue tor the year to luivo umonnieu 10 ji,h,w"i - sive of n loan of 8400,000. The disburse ments for tho same time amount to j,ioj,. 868. The receipts tall 53S,D30 oeiow me estimates, nnd the disbursements exceed tho estimates by only 8203. Tho balance 111 the State Treasury on the 1st October was $15, 018. i British Ichor akce. The English press are as ignorant of our polities as they aro of our geography. The London News stultifies itself by s.iyinrv "The alliance hit ween Old and New England, In a rrisin which tests t'n very principles that are the life-blood of both, must be stronger than the Union which the Northern and Southern Suites are alike and simultaneously threatening to dissolve. Mas-s-iehusetls will ncernim a stab at Europe to make South Carolina Queen." Our London cotempornry should remember that thoui'h we m iy nave our nine u.onestic squabbles it is always dangerous for a stranger to inter fere in them. .Massachusetts would see all Europe bleeding at every pore, and its thrones tumbling into deserved decay, before she would permit a foreign insult to South Caro lina to pass unavenged. We may be "distinct as the billows" in our homo quarrels, but we are always "one as I he sea," when the blast of war calls upon us to stand shoulder to shoulder for the Union! Great Profit of Whisket. The pres ent price of raw whiskey in Louisville (nc cording to the Courier of that city) is thirty four cents per gallon, which yields an enor mous profit to the distiller. He pays thirty cents per bushel for his corn fuew cornl grinds out about four hundred bushels per mem, Milieu muse upwirus 01 sixteen Hun dred gallons of new whiskey, or rather more than four gallon! to the bushel. Thus n buhel of corn costing thirty cents, yields to the manufacturer, upwards of four gallons of whiskey, which at thirty-four cents per gal Ion, amounts to the snug sum of $544 per day. The nelt profit on this single day's work of converting corn into whiskey is ful ly S-50, or upwards of.3s!500 per week, pro vided the work is suspended on Sunday. Invasion of Irf.lanp. W see it stated in the London pap rs that twelve English militia regiments have been ordered to Ire land. We presume they are intended to re pel the invasion from the United States, about which tho Loudon Times in so terribly frightened. Causf. and Effect of Poor JIit.K. The milk of cows kept stabled or where the phos phnte of lime is exhausted, becomes putrid, and when examined through n microscope, contains globules of corrupt matter, which is only i-aten because generally unknown to ex ist. Tin effect of it on infants and children w ho use it daily for fond is weakness, sick neess and premature death. A child might ns well bo put to nurso in the last stages of Consumption, as to be fed on such milk. ICPAn Ohio dentist, now in Boston, claims to have made an important discovery in the denial art. lie has discarded L'oldand other metals, and adapted gutta percha as n basis for artificial teeth, which it is said possesses all tho possible merits of the pres. ent method of inserting plate teeth, together with many not possible in thu present mode. A London correspondent writes that ho is more and more convinced that a hard battle must be fought in thu field and a still more difficult battle of diplomacy fought in tin Cabinets of Europe, before pence can be re sonably hoped for. All the signs from cv ery quarter betoken n very long war nnd this is what, as Americans, we aro in f.ivor of. It Europe do the fighting, ai d we will do thu feedig. Generosity of a Foe. An English soldier writes fom the Crimea: "Some of our men who were severely wounded in tho Re dan, and remained after we retreated, were treated generously by the Russians. They tied up their wounds for them and gave them some rum and water lo drink, nnd kindly bid them "Good bye" when they were going nway themselves. Tns Will of Louis Napoleon. The Em peror of Franco is looking forward to what, ever contingencies may yet mark his eventful career. We learn from a Paris correspondent of the New York Post that the Emperor of Franco has made his will, which provides that in case of tho death of the child (o which thu Kmpressis shortly expected to give birth, or in case of the death of Napoleon III. with out any direct heir, France is again to become a Republic under the Presidency of Prince Napoleon. Woman1. The following beautiful tribute to Woman is by tho lamented William I.cg gett: No star in yonder sky that shines Can light like woman's eye impart; The earth holds not in all its mines A gem so rich ns woman's heart; Her voice is lik the music sweet Poured out from niry harp alone; Like that, when storms mure loudly beat, It yields a clearer, richer tone. Ani woman's love's a holy light. That brighter, brighter burns for aye, Yenrs can. lot dim its radiance bright, Nor even falsehood quench its ray; But like the star of Bethlehem Of old to Israel's shepherds given, It marshals, with its steady (lame, The erring soul or man to heaven. J-gf" The Pacific brings let tcrs to Wash, itioton from Loudon, that Sir Charles Fox and Dr. Black of that city, have contracted to build the proposed I Innd'iiriis Rail Road to connect tho Atlantic nnd Pacific const, usual. Iy known as thu scheme of .Mr. Scqoires. New York, Nov. 20. Bankers nsk from 8J per cent, premium for Drafts on London. Bank Bills are quoted at from 8a8l, and Produce from 6..7J-. Tho market is nbuudnntlv supplied. New York, Nov. 24. Cotton is quiet, and 800 bales were sold to-day. Flour is quiet at 89-(it3 per bbl. for State, $9-94 for Ohio and 10 for Southern. Wheat is dull at $3.27 per bushel for While, and 2.19 for Red. Corn is higher at $1.U7J per bushel. jHff'The Virginia Legislature assembles on the 3d of December. New Orleans, Nov. 24. Thn steamer Mexico lias arrived at this port from Galveston, with advices to the 231 inst. Rusk had been unanimously re-elected U. S. Senator by tho Texas legislature. J-The lion. Charles J. McDonald, was elected Judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia, by the Legislature on Tuesday. j-ffTho St. Louis Republican learns that a test vote was taken on tho 15 ill inst., in the Senate of Missouri, on tho proposition to loan $300,000 tc the Pacific Rail Road Company, and that it was decided in favor of the loan. J-gfTho Chicago Citizen says tho Fall sown wheat looks vigorous and thrifty as the fanner could desire. Tho plentiful ruins have been as good as guano in rooting the crop, to stand the severities of the approach ing Winter. Reports from other directions nru favorable. The Washington correspondent of the Her ald writes IliatWashington is all on tiptoe of expectation in view of the near approach ol the meeting of Congress. He says the belles thereabouts are as eager for the winter as the politicians that rouge soils well, and that, in anticipation of a Know Nothing Con gress, the young ladies sidu with tho Amer ican party. As a source of consolation to nil who are disposed to move to Texas, we inform them that bacon is very m nrce there, even ol twen-tv-eight cents per pound. J- Mr. Clark 5Ii!ls'Theory of the forma tion of the American or Western Continent is, that it was the effect of internal fires. He says that the fountains of the great deep bring broken up, the waters must have retired in great agitation to the east and west, from the sides of the rising continent. Thu various opposing currents caused immense deposits to be made, and the rush of water, with llie fi nning ocean beneath, generated an immense evaporation. Tho winds, which before this moved from east lo west rour.d the globe were suddenly obstructed by the towering burning mountains. They rolled back as if astonished at the new phenomenon, laden wiih the vapors of a boiling ocean. The clouds, in their sublime evolutions, moving in the direction of the waters to the east nnd west from America, met in awful array ever llie old world. There they discharged their burdens, the vapors descending for forty days, nnd after the earth revolved 150 times in her cumbrous mantle, the waters retired to the caverns whence our continent arose. C: A correspondent of the National In- telligenrersays that the street population of London aro in an excited and restless condi tion. Mid have more than once of late over owed the Government. They wore tirstcalled out by resistance to the Sababath observance bill, and afterwards assumed a different char acter, and now demand bread oremploynient. Thev meet every Sunday in great numbers in llyde Park. Jhs"TIu liquor law of Vermont has been slightly amended. A fine of $5 is to lie im posed on a person found drunk and $10 for procuring liquor under false pretences. Li quor imported into the State is made liablo to seizure and destruction. A fine from SI0 to g300 is imposed for selling or Tarnishing impure or adulterated liquors. Two Reasons. An exchange says, there are two reasons why we don t trust a man: one because we dont know him, and the other because wo do. C-The Augusta Banks ore checking on the North at per cent, premium. (17-We find the following singular death notice in a late number of the Natchez Cour ier Died, of medical quackery, at his father's residence, in Franklin county, Miss., on llie 24th of October, Silas W. Smith, awe 10 years. tWThe Austrian Government, outraged by the language held towards it in Kngland 011 the subject of occupation of the Princi palities, has ordered 25,000 additional troops to reinforce the army of occupation. Ir. Itl'f . line's Vcrlllif uirc Anotiur MrDi eiL Witnkss. It is no tmnll evIdLiics or His intrinsic value of this prrcat Vermifuge, when even pliyiicinns, who re fcenerally prejudiced SRSinst patent medicines, voluntarily come forward and testify lo its triumphant success iu expelling worms. Read the folluwinft : Hakrisontii.i.i, Ky., April 8, 1849. J. Kidd A Co: I am a practising physician, residing permanently in this place. In the year 1S43, when a resident of the Slalc of Missouri, I becntne acquainted with the superior virtues of Dr. M'l.ane's Vermifuge. At some more leisure moment, 1 will semi you the result of an experiment I made withoue vial, in'oxpelling up wards of 900 worm. I,. CARTER, M. D. Purchasers will be careful to ask for Or. M'Lane't CtUbmtod I'srmiitgr, ami lake none else. All other Vermifuges, in anmpiirion,aro worthless. Dr. M'l.ane'l Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores in tho United States and Canada. For sale by P. II. Krarn 1 Co., Athens; J. A. t C. W. Corns, Madisonville; and by one Agent in every town in Tennessee. nov 23 J I'fT" Among diseases, dyspepsia and liver complaint rank as most difficult lo cure. We are pleased to have It in our power to point out a remedy which has proved effectual in many cases, and which we can safely recom mend as a certaiu and infallible cure; it has been the means of rescuing thousand from an untimely grave. We mean the HooHnnd'i Oernian Hitters, prepared by r. C. M. Jackson, at tho (ierman Medicine Store, YiO Arch street, IMilladelphia. Pee advtrtiemnt. I'ulpltalinn of llie lien rt, Nervous Diseas es, Liver Complaint, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, CoHtiveness and Piles, are all relieved and cured in an incredible short space of time, iy Carter's Spanish Mixture, the great tonic and purifier of the blood, it contains not a particle of Mercury, Opium, or nny nnxiuus drug; is perfectly harmless, antl has cured more thau five hun dred cases of disease. We can only refer the reader to the certificates, a few of which may be found in another column, and all of which are detailed in full around th bottle. It is Die greatest of all Spring and Fall Medicines, nnd poascscs an influence over the blood truly remarkable. See advertisement. nor Jf" We are authorised and requested to announce Pol. Jamfs Parks ns a candidate for Ilrigadier General, fith Ilrigndc Tennessee Militia. Klection 1st December. ff We are authorised to announce Cot. Jas. IIicxbt, of Polk county, (formerly of McMinu,) as n enndidnte for Ilrigadier Ooiirral tlth Itrigade Tennessee Militia. Klectluu Saturday, 1st day of December. COMMERCIAL. AiiKuslu Market. AvorwTA, Not. ii6. Herewith flntl statement of our Produce niurket which will be found correct for the present time. UtroN, hog ro unit 14 (ft !4!r; hanii 14 Ifie; allien 14,'f (ft 15c; shouliler UA l.te- I. ami H He. llKKr-W (ft ftc. Pork f (fa 9c. TtLLnw 12.V-. But tkr 13 (ft itto. Fooa 1H ((ft 20c. WHK.Tl,7Arfi J,fco for red And $2 fur white. Fi.our 4,87,V (ft !.'& V hundred In obi, nnd ftackx. Conx 70 (ft Sue nnd in grent demand.. Meal 75 80c. Oath o fa tfje. Ftw k PbakHU IMtc. Uvb fl. Wmitk IlRANMf hu. Fbatiikus 4'e. Dill En Fhht, Penchen, peeled, ift 2'; unpeeled f tfft 1,50; Apple, peeled, l (fo 1,"25. No other clmnjfr-i to note. We have an active demand for all articles of Produce, and prices are very fir in at my quotation. KxciiAStui on the North cent, premium. Yours, rery truly, J. A. AXPIsFY, CotntniMion attd Prottnm Merchant, Allunta Iflnrkt'f. Atlanta. Nor. 2ft. Wc herewith furnUh our innrkct prices for the pant week. Pork plenty,7 (ft Sc Lnn, scarcely any In market. It selling at He In barrels, hi keg-t and cans 10?, Hi'ttkh dull, V Th- Tallow ncarce, 10 I.e. T'ohm, aacked, (to ifi) (He hu. Oath, sn-kcd, ftOe. Wheat, prime red (1,75 (ft l.bM. Flour, unpcrnne fl ex tra brands 9 i,f) 9 hundred. 1 limn Potatokm fitt (ft 7oc. Fkatiikrh, dull, !V (ft Ji7,'tfc. Fnt?rr, Dried Peaches $ I Cb 1,2.1; Apples 70c (ft l. IIkam. white, 1,00 fft 1,70. Htook. Pbah, 70 7oc bu. Cotto!! hJ4 (ft tc, good Uctnnnd. Ext'HAKfic Vlght drafts on Vew York .Vc; Augusta, Charleston and Havanuah '4 cent, prein. Yours, truly, sr.xno k AnnoTT, General Potntitiion Mwkttnt. Singer's Seving Machines. FB1IIK.SE machines hare long sustained the highest .1 reputation In the United Htates. The first prise, a Gold Medial, has recently been awarded tn them at tho great Exposition at the Palace of Industry tn Paris, and thus they have the World's verdict of superiority. (treat Improvements have just been added, so that they run without noise, with ease to the operator at double the ordinary speed, so thnt TWICE AS MUM WORK IS DOXK IX A PA V. The greatest clothing and shoe manufacturing e 11 tab lishtnents In the country use these m.n-hlnes exclusive ly. They are competent to perform every sort of work 111 the inojit perfect style. As there are very great numbers of Inferior or entire ly worthless sewing machines of the Lernw A Hledgett, Avery, Wilson, Grover linker, and other patents, which have been sold, hut cannot be used to any ad vantage, we hereby offer to receive all such machines, and also unimproved oun of our own manufacture, in twining far hw tttvi litt improrrrf .V.cAZien, nn liberal terms. All old machines thus obtained by us will he broken up and destroyed. For particulars npp'y by letter or personally at our New York OfTloe. X, I). Local Agents wanted tn make sales of our Im proved sewing machines. To persons properly quali fied for the business, a rare opportunity for profitable and pleasant employment Is onVn-d. 1 I. M. HfNOEft k CO., Principal OjficA 8?A firrxuhmt, X. J Brrtnrh Ofllt: 17 Hanover St., I In ton. 142 Olies. nut St., Philadelphia. l'-O Ilaltlmore st., Itultlmore. 221 Walnut at., Cincinnati. 1st' t. Charles st., New Or leans, ninversville, N. Y. 8't4 Droad .t., Newark, N. J. Nor 80-8m-87fl Land for Sale. TWILL sell to th highest biillor, hi the lute residence of I'ntnck Erviti, deoM, on the Stl 1hv of Jnniiiiry noxt, Four Hundred Aeren of Land, nwre or less, lieiiiH all tlie Laud which sutd Krvin died possessed, adjoin inur the Lands of 1 Csrden, Esq., and others, in the 8th Civil District of Monroe enmity aiihjeel-, however, to Ihe widow's dower. Fifty dollar of the purchase money will he required ill hand, the residua in two eqnnl installment at twelve and eighteen months, the purchaser giving lion I and good soMtrity, and a lieu retained until the enmn is paid. K, L OrUKKlTH, Cleric. Nov. S0.lSS.V3t IVilt-eM m Ncsro for Sale. FB1IIF ubs, rii r Iws for sal., s it-f;ro l-lrl, lor B 19 yesrs old. and T. rr likely, l.oudou. Trim., Sot So-tlja J. II. JOHNSTON. Stoiio Conl for Salo. FBlli: subscriber has ou hand and fir sale, a supply JL of Stone Cool g '"d arli. te. IKlivcnd ou the cars at lAMidon al f Ion of ivHsl th. Loudou, Ttun., No ito-tlja J. II. JOHNSTON. FjninyiVris 1,000,000 Iifadnrs. A V ltonk Cuming! Al'Khave (he pletwure of nnt:iitinic ili it we have iu urei. ami Imll luli!li iibtmt tt.e tlr! of crmlHT, a, new work of liL-tlnn.tutiilcJ Hoite l lurk TUe Ih( work, and ttrst continuous t.ile of thi bril liant and laiscinatinr author?.", ' lintli IUI1," turm-viil a aucceds unexampled in the annul if Mum. In llie latift-Uiiircof a leading pi-rtoriirnl, it "vrvatt 4 a more pro found sensation titan any wliieli lias Wen i&utd durinp a quarter of a century." Hut it is imiie(vtit;iry to al lude tn the merits of Ruth Hall." Judeing Iron, tlie ii timber of copies of it we liuveuM. we judjre that every body in thu L'ni:'d State bus r.-id it. A re-pe'i the work we have now iu pret, ftiw ( '.'ul, we can only mt that we repRrd ft an. In every riert, a irn-riti-r, hftt-rwork; and are confident ft will not only mistinn, but even Increase the reputation of it dit'fm?uiMhcd autlmrep. We have reasons for thmkinc "Knit Clark" will make a greater nensnMon than did 'Kuth H;d!." It will form an elegant l'JmoYohunenf nver4itO page. Price $l.'.f. on receipt of widt h copies will be sent by ninil.poM'paid. It will be for s ilt hv hM bimKn Mora. Published by MASON MtOTHKltS, Nor3-3t New York. Improved Havana Flan Lottery. Hjf Authority of th State of Georgia. Fort Gaines Academy Lottery One Vrir.es to Kvrry Ten TickrlM. FOIt DKCKMUKlt-CLASS , Will be drawn lecemter M, in the city of Atlanta, witen Prises .amounting to $00,000 Will be ulstrlbuted According to the following inimitable S the m c .' CAPITAL P1UZE flO.Otiul 1 Prise of tO.OOO 2 Prises of : .t'.'.fltHl are 4. (will 8 do MM) aro 1VS 11 do 2.MI are 2,1311 1 do 110 are 1,100 IT do ",, are 1 jiT5 4 do Mare S.I.Hl 3 do J.', are 2.075 200 do 10 are 2. "00 do 6 are H.1WI 1,000 priies amounting to :I0,inh) os e t ii ii v ham) it i r. i: s i OS'LY Tfi.V TIIOVS.iM XUilLEHS! IST" Tickets .-. Ilalvss i,50 Quarters II.2.V HAMUKIi SWANVAgent and Manager, April 57-344 Atlanta, Georgia. An Apprentice Wnn tod. VPOY wishing lo lean, the Printing Business, 18 or 17 years old, can get a situation althebltice of the "Post," if application is made by tlie 1st of January next. Nov 22, 'fw-tf OA l.T I Siilll-Ml barrels King's Salt received anil lor sale ny lno28 W. O. JIUUTON CO. f jSTH A V. Taken up by Waittitoll Duckworth, living iu th 12th Civil District, McMiun countv, Tenn., on the 17lh November inst., a roan colored llorM about fourteen linnets high, two years old post. a,u inni.iui iiraieoi pcrcvivaoie. valued ai f-ia. Nor mi, l-'i.,i-lit-il74 JVL. OAM1II.K, Itarrcr. T. W, Fleming, Commission & Produce Merchant, Nov J-8m AueiiHtu, tin. 33 n xi Ik. Afjoiioy. f VIIIH undersigned having been appointed Agent for M. 'I'll Furniirt uml lxrlintiirf ttinilx of Charleston, y. (J., is prepared to loan money ton No. 1 paper) on 80, Go and tlO day hills, on accommodating terms. Also, iviucnees on tlie INorin alio poulli at cus tomary rates. Nov 10 GEO. V. HOPS. Paper Machinery. WE offer for sale two Itag Engines and Pspcr Ma " chine calculated to make Printing or Wrapping i-aper, an in good order and nearly new. vt e oner a bargain. R. T. OKTTYS 4 CO. Athens, Not 1S, 1ST.S lt-878 kTOTlIT'. At a regulnr meeting of Ocoee Lodge, J. No. 212, in July lat, Mr. li. .1. Wiird was expelled from all the rights and benelits of Masonry, tor unniasonicconuuci. liy order ol me Lodge. W. II. McKA.MY, Secreturv Nov 16. ians-at Ocoee Lodge, No 212. Pay your Tnxora. ALL persons who hnve not paid their Taxes for the year 1S6.V must do so Immediately, If they wliih to avoid cost. THOS. 1M KP1IKNH, jept 2S Sheriff XrXinn CO. Select School. T-IIE Fall .Session of Mrs. Cooke's Select rVhool wil1 1 commence on Mondiiv next, ftenlember Hd. It is desirable that all ttie scholars snould he present, so that the classes can be formed un that dny. Aug 81-tf UDAII't - 'lilili- Clollilnir. We hnve Just recfivod s VLT.V extsnsivo tissnrtincnt of Clotliiiig, hu h will ke sulil rsrv Ais. Cnll finil see nothiiiK cliargcd fur showing. nuv! W. U, IIOKTOX CO. Uom.o.v n v.. 800(1 IhsTnllii-nCsftlnis. M.M. sss'il, for sulc by nov!! W. 0. IIOKTON a CO. WA "S 'I'D Wc wish to buy Drier! Fruit. Orern Apples, Irih rntutnes, Feathers, ltuuswux, Tal low, llulter, Ac., Ur which the hirliest priee will be Riv en. nmi!J V. li. IIOKTON CO. - d4 lmri Snll, just rrrciveil nnd fnr sale loir HJlF fur ensh, by out 2IIJ ItKO. W. Ktiwt RAf;S! Ilnirsil 'e will pn.v Goods for all the I.iuen or Cotton Itns offrreil. Nor g VFO. IIOltTON' A CO. .T J 1DII sucks best Liverpool Suit, ren lveil nnd 3 for sale low, by ruuV.'J V. (1. IIOKTON li CO. 111 l)V Itll 10 nml l arpi ii ti-rs Tool. 1 A. Just received, a Irtrire lot of Hardware, such hh .Steel, Nledgc and Hand ilainniers, Atit-iu s, Oiuililcls, ,Serews, Locks, Iliuses, Knirlish nnd American A'trnp ItltiRes, Cliaili Pumps and Fixtures, Wapou lloxes of all sites, iV.ul Irons, Mnck and Hies, Itille llarrels, Oun Caps of sll kind., Ilrsln .Vhovels, &c., Ac Also, a Uii'o Htot-lr of Carpenters' Teols, of every de scription, which 1 will sell cheap for ctt'h. Oct 8 (IKO. W. ItOSS. RS IsV-.VIb.Io s lotliitur. I am now re- ceivinff my lorire and well selected iitock of itendy- Made Clotliintf, coiiKistlinr of Over, Frock, Dress nrd Hack Costs; lauts, Vests, tthirts, Hiiirt-collars, Lsnibc wool and terino .Shirts aud Drawers of all sorts and sizes-all of which I will sell very cheap for cash. Just walk in and 1 can flt you out anew, "from top tn toe." Oct 5 OKO. W. ItOfS. fJII'VTS ltllt llye-Sfil?!.. French Zinc White in Oil; Chrome (Irccn, Red, arid Yellow, hi Oil and dry; White Lead, dry; Venetian Hcd; Indigo, Madder; Hpanisti Ilrotrn, Ac., for sale bv OctB OKO. VT. R0?S. ''ll '. Just recelvf.l. a due lot of the very best hrnnds of Virginia Tobacco, which will he sold Chei, by sept lis OF.O. W. KOfS. 1ST li;'l:iVi:il Fine Brandy; Maderla, 99 riherry, Tort, .Malaga and Claret Wines, and some hue Jamaica Ituiu aJl utrictty lor uiedicnl purposes. sept 7 WM.JIi:US. ffjlrt nil whom it mny roiirrrn. I hereby .fl. give notice thnt no more credit, will be extended, and to all who are Indebted to me I say, rome and pay up. My debts must and shall he paid, and In order to uo so 1 must make collections. WM. DL'it.N.S. August 111, lsfh ' VI.AIltlKlot of good Whest wanted for which the highest cash market price will he paid, hy July) - 1'. It. KF.ITII A CO. NO'l'K'I'.. All person. Indc hted to the subscriber are renpectfully nolilled that they must pay on or before the S.'ith day of December next. If payment Is delayed beyond that lime syiecie will he required In every In.tance. JNO. MOItlll.S. McMinn county, Tcnn., Pept U, 1S.,.V-td "SiTO'rK'H. All persons Indebted to me, either by X Note or Account, fire requested to come forwsrd and make payment as I am compelled to have money, and am determined to wait no loniier. Alt debts not paid hy the Arm day or October will be found III the hands of an officer (or collection. Aug 'J I l li, HP.F.DER. .rill lltl.t: M'HOOI, ICOOkK Just V received, a large lot of tho inosi approved and latest editions, and lor sale by Aug M OKO. W. HOPS. I tM WHIHf 'M W.TI D,-1 am A now paying ft P-r '"j "K 0. W. IIOHS. A MS W II l ITU,-7 will pay the highest j civli price (or Land Warrants. Aug. 17-tf JOIIX I,. IlIttlXIKS. ,.! WAHIIIVi'N A?Ti:i.-(lF.O. J llHOWN.nf Madisonville, wl. hes to purrhase Laud Warrants, and will give the hlirhent eah price. AnglT N;V 1'ivo Slorao Uaton for salebv Athens, June b. K. Iti;t Htlt. "ir S Fl T IO A II I list, Candies. Abnnud., Peenns, Orange., lemons, Ac., jii.l reeelveil and for sale by aprll u A. CLKAOK A CO. Ki;TriH'fl jioivivu rti a iiim i :s. Three of these eelehrsled labor. aviug machilics on hand and for sale st manufacturers' prices, hv may 11 B. K. ItKKDKR. KW IWOT sMI SIIOIIS. If you call and essiiilue our .lock which we are Just opening, we feel assured yon will not leave before buying a pair of Boots or Mines. For ihe Lsdies, we hsve the be.t Kid, Calf and Patent Onlters. For the Gentleman, Kip and Calf Hoots; Uoat and Oalf Hhoe.. jnay 4 C 'LT, J'0S MOIIIC of thai No. Cheap Store, hy 'loliiirro at the Farmers C. F. A T. F. OIUeoM. rf'-llli: W l0 TOIIA '0. a One article, and j ttegars, for sals hy ap HI) A. CLE All K A 00. IBIA.tO ! ! MAI.K A good hsrgaln. Apply lo inarch IM WM. UUHMI SAf.Tt ! I.T IVssl th. Ashland, extra One, for labia ua.; ft""0 th. Turk's Island, for nirkllnr lpt '.'1 (EO. W, KO.'-r. XX. Xi. TINLEY CO.. Kccel,iUfjAiaorMrf tf ne"l J1or!,n,ln Mf rclianls. 2r." n'r"n' tte'ilii n t the .,IP f nj. tT of Produce and Manul.clur. . ' , I ' prompt returns of ,l,e .,, , n, -kJ knot, of linod. in, hi, ..urke..frac..n,n;i',nor(2 per cent. 1 h, ,r personal ,tte,in , ,. b, l the Kec.iv,g au.l rrd,n of .I.,,,. ,u .,. if Ihe globe, a; lo ceurs per package, ,-x.-. ,,t l.rje age. of Ma huierr and Km nilnre, .In, I, in he .-hir,.! according to tn utile ami re-p.inn-illiv. Ir.. ,- harj and.piki for kail I! Ii ill be' put (liroujh '.'.."si per ton, all ep ii included, and NaiUat locia per ii',, un Cipt'llP-C IlieillOril. HiipiKTs m:i j fully rely upon nnr positively protecting their intcrcnt against over charge of nicauucmcut, weight nnd log of pat-kages. Merchants ot knuxviile. and of E:nt Teiincs.ee. that receive ilu-lr goods at Knnxviite, ran have them prompt Iy forwarded through this Home, and pay all their buls al kiioxville. Thoie alio ehone to ship thrcmrh our Hovsc and that of r.ower A D-vi.N, tlrri iivllle, it. C, ran harsj th.-ir Good promplly forwanh-d, nnd pay all freights and char-v to (lower t Davids, at (ireeneville. We would rcpecltully refer with pleasure ts the fol lowing gentlemen. uw of whom we have daily tralisas lions with, believing them to be the proper reVen es : fliepherd. Maxwell t lloyt; Harry MeDiniitel; Mar-i'-y A lticardi; (Vaigheail A Ueailei li k; N. (inuinion A Son; Cowan & llii kinnoi: J. H. nn (tll.t.-r; T. II. Smiley Tiniothy Sullilif; J. II. Walker; R. SI. Mel'herann; llol. land & liawluix; Kinsloe A li'o., Knoxville. Wui. B. C'llemali. Wmitvtile Sprinir. Henry Mi'.ronn, Airsnt of New York Sieainer-; John Onldn. 11. Agent of Ualtl nwrc and llooton Sail Paekel; It T P:ik r Jt Co.. Agents of llaltlmnrr and Philadelphia fail l'aeket; Ilouira Story, Agents of New York fail Packet. ( liarhilon. II I,. TlNI.KY.Iiiteof hnnxrille. Ten. No2t-lf-S74 JAS. II. AUTO! K, Charleston.!!. V. New Goods ! Cheap Goods . Low Down for Crxmlx I fl'MlE subscriber is in recoitit of n full sup .1 j)tv of F.u.t. .f.v iiv-vr:! fittons. to Y'liich he invites tlie Attention of nil who mny wish to mehnse. After the 1st dny of .lantinrv, 18oti, ho inlomls to sell fur CASJJ only, iiml will i'ivo better bnrpiins thnn liar ever been off, rei in this country. A wiml to tlie wise is sufficient. A. U. CHOW. Athens. Nov. lit, 1 Sf.S-tf-Xi 3 limirerv Court nl Irlnil Uout lllo. OmtiioF t'i.Eiil! it .MASTte, John MoCInin, Adm'r f Sniimtl Pytitlict, deceased, is. Isnae T. IXiullict nnd othors, hoirs of Snniuel Itouthi't, dou'd. rWII.L attend nt niv ollice and tnlte tho no count oi do red in this ense, on tlie 23tU dny of Jiovenilier, 18MJ, when the patties ara hereliy notified to attend with nny proof they may wish to adduce. J. A. COFFIN, C. ( 3T. Xov. 18, 18".5-2t-lT3 fee $2 37S Riceville Academy. f glllK First ScKslon of thin Fchool will open on Mos sy day, the 12th of November lust. The frnvernmeiit of tlie icliool in designed to be pa renlnl, firm, nntl yet mild K-eeinl pnliid will be tnkea in OrthofrrHphy, lU-iidinp and Kiinlih (inminmr, branch ed too in u cli neK'locted even In the higher choolg. 7Vri, pur tit'ion ofjtxt motitAs, or 21 tcetka: I'irHt Clam $.1,00 Second t'lasi 7,tm Third C 10,10 Fuel ftiul liouie-rtiit extra. No Hllowuncc will be nutde for lout time, rxeppt In cuie of prntrrtr'ted sickuuH. A. P. ("OX, Nov ltilt-7S rttncial. uliouii und I'liurlrMfon Masonic Institute. HIWAPSKF 1.0DQR hnn neeured the nervlem of II. H. 11KYWOOI) for the tu-xt neNf-lun, which wlU cummcuce on Monday, December loth. 7erwi, per action of Jtrfi months: Orthopnipliy, IteadiiiK and Writing $8,09 tiilirth (iiHni'iiar, Arithmetic and Geography, with the above 0.00 Higher brunches of Mathernatic und LunpiHgei. .1,00 Incidental expcnht'ti 1,00 ltunrd can be Imd In the town ami vicinity on rea sonable ternm, and rootim for uch n wlxh to hoard tlieniselvt'ri. Owing to the plcintunt and healthy Uca tion and the couipet ency of Mr. lieywood, principal teacher, it la confidently expected that thin instiluiuu will he liberally patron bed. S. D. BTULT. Nov ltK'im-HTrt Fcc'y HlwaiHce Ludgo. (it v AUTiiouiTr or tub tat ok Alabama.) SOUTHERN MlhiriUY ACA tMY Xj ottor sr. Another ilorionx irpporlunlty i The Improved Scheme presented in t'liiss W havlnf been received with such a di-cideilly tsvurnhle deniun stratlon, Ihe mannfrcr tnkes great plensure in pre.cntfiir another benuliruliy hrillinnl scheme, eflerlng a far more prnlltshle iuvestiueut than nuj stock or securities nuv in the market. CLAPS . To be drawn December Huh, K'. In the city of Voni gmnery, when lriies aiiinuntitii to & a o . o o o Will he distributed accordluir to Ihe fnllnwinf t iipavah Hi u Sclti tlnlf I II rnir m bv r I Out Tliouoniid I'rlava t CAPITAL P1UZK, fill, 000 II 1 Trite of Itn.noo 9. do '.'.nun are t.(in0 8 do Mlllnre I.NIO 11 do (i.'siure ,T60 HI do Hilars 1,100 17 do 7!Snre l.K7 41) do Mar S.l.'.e Wl do Wisre t!,ll7& Juil do I" are !J.onu 0X0 do Bare jUfto 1 OdiTprire., nuteitntlrr' tn ".'ill,ob ONLY 7ff." TIlOfSASn XUMIIKItSI Tickets $.V-Halves and Quarters in prupiirtlon. HAMt Kl, HWAN, Agent nnd Mnnsser, July 13, tf-UM Miintfronieiy, Ala. Strayed I.llOM the subscriber a tew days since, ono mile East ' uf Calhoun, a small Snrr.'l llnrw.'. left hind foot white, saddle mark mi the lett side. Any Informa tion in regard to said Horse wilt he thstikfully reeelveil, and If taken csreof the person will be liberally reward ed. CALVIN J. IIANKH. Milwood, SIcMInn co., Nov. (Ml .tmi. . wiu.ice. .u. r wiHgrisLO. Wallace & Wingfield, (scncrul Commission flic reliant, ssn VE.ii.Kiis .v ritoitict:. Allnnlii. ;rnr(la. WIM. glee special attention to the sate of HacoB. Laril, duller, Klonr, Tobacco, Ac, Ac. Ili-fer tu V. ttiillnce, KtiMXVllle, Tenn.; Toole, Uro. Co., Muryvllle, Tenn.; II. T. Col, l.oiilnville, Tenn.; J. Ihiiiald.on, l.'nilia, Tenn.; Johusnn A Hair, Madison ville, Tenn ;llrnbsonA Hro., Hevier county, Tenn.; Fains A King, llundriilire, Tenn.; Vmiglin A Picket, s-reetwa-ter.Teiin.; ft. C. Jnck.nn, Athens. Tenn.; I'oulliiin, Jeo nings A Co., Angtiitn, tta.; Jidin Cunningham, tlreens- bnro', fia.; r. U . I.ncii, and John II. Newton, Athens, (la.; .lohn Wiuglleld. Msdiaon, (is ; Carlinrt A lion", Ms con, (ia.; . T. Willis, r'nvniitish, lis. NovU-ly-Sti WUoot ! 7Crliovt t rHIIR siihscrihcrs will give 91,40 per bushel for good J niercliantiible Wheat. Athens, Nov. II C. F. A T. P. (iIFISON. 3?x-T.iit Trcosj, 8 the time has arrived for planting Fruit Trees I .would respectfully inform the public that I have upwards of forty different varieties of the Tear and Apple, which are now off, ri d for sale. Apples HI V cts; I'euis 2ft els., each. I have Ih" May and Jul'e Apple; Hummer and Full Fruit of all kind., and a good selection of W inter Apples, humpies of llie inter fruit can be seen al my resilience. I live on the line of the Rest Teiines.ee A tlenrgs Hall llosd.lwo miles Nor Hi ol Mouse Creek In put, McMinn eoniily, Tenn. Facility I. II., Miv w-ill-uiii . .. nil. i. u. 0 C 0 E E HO USE, ( levrliinil, 'I'rim. GrBO. MAYO EflTTKl'LLV gives notice that he had leaded thli IV well-known Hotel, nnd tbat It In now open for th rM niion of traveler and boarder. Having had ft long f-xprrience tu the hulneiiR, he flullerii blmitlf that he will be able, ny cnnnmm ano uevoien nnennon lo II. in kirn inch a 1 louse M hl meet the nnnrobntion of all who mny irive Mir a c.ill. 1 1 In T.ihle will at all tlmea he anpplicd with the bent the country Hffurd, and every effort inadr on hii pfrl to render hla gucritcouifnrtnbte. He anlieltn a share or patronnge. nor v-ti-Dil "Wlioat Wanted. fBlllK miMcriber wihe lo buy h large qnantlly of I ir ood Wheat, for which In will pny the hltflit-st mar ket price. lAthfn. Aug.itl.lJ H. K. ItCKIiKR. McEwen & Gillespie HAVI' reecived mul oniiei a lerije Ariol well nssiirl.eil stuck of Full nml Winter (.oo(1a, and most ruspeelfiilly invite nttention totl.etn. Oct. 1U. 1865 New Full nml Uiiilrr Goods! 1AM now rreeiTlng my toek of fall and Wlntsr Ituod., and would respsetfullv niu.t my oldens tomers and Ihe public gen-r ijly lo , nn call, as I feel eond lent It will he to their Inter. . I -,rpt s now. Just Received I jT. hsve Just reeelred our fall and Winter ito.k T of (loud., comprising usury thing usually hroughl lo this msrket st tins ssaeou.and ara determined te ell anusually low. It Is unnecessary la rnumerals Ihe articles If yon wsnt eaeap flood, give us a call. VT will bsrtsr (lood. si cash prices for lrl.k nej Iwsei I'taioas, Wl eat, Crn, Itya, Ois,0ulou.,Festh. i-.. and. tudeed, SD 5 thin farmers msl, to Mil ti-t is r. r. a r. r. (ir..riy.