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hOW RAILROADS INJURE FARMERS.
Not Ion i tine a farther of our SUU wa btterl complaining of railroad to an who connected with (lit management o (lit road. "Why," mid th farmer, -I was fool enough lo Ink Mock to the amount "of rive hundred dollar, and 1 hav loat amy cant' of It. ' And beside,' th cursed thing rnna through mjr farm." , ,', - ; 'And ha grantly Injured It, I Uipoe,"ad dad th olhrr, smiling and looking th -old farmer full In th face. ' ' " 'r. njurad 111 replied ths farmer. "To be or it haa. Why do jam aak ueh foolish qii6nr;; '. ' "How much d.imag wer you paid by lh corporntlonl" aakad th oilier. . ' "In th neighborhood of ai hundred dnl. lara," Replied th farmer. But It waa not half n'oUfh." ' ' ". ' ' ' r ' ,' ' ' . ' . . . 6f cirurx nat," addr 4 th railroad man, smiling. "Bat permit m to aak you another question. ' Whnl could you huv aold your farm fr a do'ien yeara ago!" ' ; ' '. "I waa one offered twenty fire .hundred dollar," replied th farmer. ' ' . . "And what can. you sell It for nowt" in quired th other. ' ' ' '; The farmer scratched hi hearl end, after aome hesitation, confessed he had ben re eentiy offered four thouaand dollar. )Jfstss expected," waa th reply of the other. "Now let na figure dip a moment, If yoji'pk-aae, You have, loat five hundred In th stock, and received fur land dstnages ai hundred, and the railroad haa added to the yrica of your farm, according to your own snowing, fifteen hundred, o you fairly owe th- mad sixteen' hundred dollar. Am I rigi.tr .r.v . Th farmer waa compelled to .confess h bad made mime out of th railroad, not wilhaUnding he bad loat, fir hundred dol - (are in th original stock. Thua 'it la, and what ahall we aay of tlioa croaking firmer who never paid a cent fur th making of a road, and whoa farina hnve been nearly -doubled in value by U! There are hundred ouch, and yet they are conatnntly heaping curses on railroada and their management. Th above, which we dip farm a northern paper, Is alike applicable in almost every quarter of the country. It ia well to look in th mirror emeliiiiea, and we advia the queruleut and fault-finding to tak chance, and at leant rik one rye on It. Quite an Affair. The W ehingtnncor respondent of the Fliilsdelpliia Argus of Saturday relatea the following: s Quite nn nffiir occurred tti ia morning at one ol the principal hotels, rue wlie ol member of Cmigre, who had bei-n sent for to ntti'nd the iuaiiuurntiiin, arrivea on the oarly morning train, a day or two b. fore ahe was expected. At her reqntal, ahe waa im tnedtutel ahown up to hrr huebanil'a ommii, the door of which it seem had accidentally . been left unlocked. . Discnvrritig tliia to be the easr, on knocking .nd turing the knob, . h went in. The bed in the room w.m unttiuibled, but ah recognized the doffed gnrmenta of her husband Inyinif about the room. (Seeing a door njir roinmniiic .tini: with the next room, ahe thought that hia drr nitory oiual te in there, and ao aim pushed her exploration aceordinaly. The oonse ,-queno was that eh found heraell'in a lady's bed room, and her alumliering husband tin . conseiiiusly sharing Jiie. .outsell u iii liiir ' neighbor. I ler rustling preaeiire artiuaed the guilty aleeper. but without giving them time to recover from their eiml union ah re tired to tlie flic and ordered her baggage and herself buck to the depot. CA correspondent of the Richmond Dispatch, writing from ML Landing, Eaaex county, Va-, aaya: Th farinera are deaponding about their wheat cropa which have lieen materially in. jurvd by the high wind: in eosne large fit-Ida, till wheat haa been entirely blown out of the ground, and Urge lunik of aund have been formed nt the feneea croaainir the field. The wind waa an tremendously hiuh during the lata anow storm, that only those parts of the wlioatfield that were protected by the woods had any snow st all on them, which left the w heat perlectly naked to aotii of the moat cutting Norton ealera that ever Ww. Farming operation of all kinds are begining to he vvrv much behind-hand. Very little plowing haa been done, and from the presvnt prospect, I doubt if any will be -done for a month to come. . . "Several peraon in this neighborhood died of sold, during the lute apcll, which lasted about two wee Ice." ' ' Execution im Nicaragua. A letter from San Juan, to the New Orleans l'icoyune, )' Mr. Tnbey, who went out from New Or ' leans In August last, carrying with him twen ty five men for Walker, and who has been th correspondent of the Delta ia eaid to have been hung by tho leouae at Granada, I wire he deserted. He had previously been ' taken prisoner in the lallle of Santa Rosa, I believe, by th C"Sls Ricana. in which battle be toet an arm. Canss took him into hia own family la Costa Rica, and lie voluntarily - conmiunieuted important Information to that general in relation to Walker'e force, tie. - On hi release and return to Nirraragua he erablialied statement lint he had hoaxed hie benefactor, avrd hence, it ia said, his death at the hande of the Leuue.se force to whom he deserted. ' y It is fUtrd that during Saturday nf ternoon th portenionnaie which Col. Lee lost, and about which II difficulty occurred which reaulted in th death of Mr. Hume, highly respectable merchant of Alexandria, waa returned to hiin.by biirhly reapoclnbl citixan of (iorgetown, in whose pocket mm tdroit villain had put it tfier rifling it nf it content. On or two other gentlemen who loat ortemonnair at the levee, have hud them returned by neighbor and friend, far above all auapicion, under aimilor ciruuio- ' otanee. What Will thi I'ac Socixtt Sav! The Otiiciul Army Eatimate ut the British ' Governinenl juat aubiuitted, allow that John Buil wants nearly tw-lve milliona of pounda sterling (or about trKOOO, IW!) for Ulilitary ' purpose during th IweiveuiouUia next neu log. ' A Costlt GomT. 'I'ae Chancellor of th Uiiliah Exchequer estimates the toUil xpenditure for carrying on tb govern ' sjeiH, for th ensuing - year, ut 6o,47,0O0 (or 337.370,000) Brother Jonathan's bill "oftxpeuoea (big, rh-h and prodigal as b is) ' dossut begin with that, yst. ' BrjDDMLT vtrt. A German located In " the village of Progress, recently set np aa a ' watchmaker. But getting behind time on ' bia hoard bill, and Co money appearing to liquidate th amount, he concluded to set a number ol watt-nee goings wnien naa seen left with him for repairs. He .did so snd want with lb is, and has sol been aeeo sue. Tut LtaoM or Hoaun Urt. There are two things chiefly wish for while we re main In th s worl l hesltii to niak lire en Joynble;and length of days to maks It lusting. in outatn sots oepenas mainly noun our. elvaa. - i i- Wsdo not simnlv die. w uauallv kill onraelve. Our habits, our passions, our anxieties of body snd uiind-thi se shorten our live, snd prevent us from reaching th natural liniitvf hninnn existence, Ths key to health and to long life la sobri ety of .living. It Is Ida fashion or th pres ent dsy to restrict the term aobriety to mod eratlon in the use of Intoxleatuig liquor. Misery and crime and death we true readily to th neglect nf Ihi specie of o!iriet. We do not besiti.t to say of a drunkard thst hs has killed himself, but w rarely apeus. if over sating aa a aerion nr frequent S'lorten r of life. Yet III food they eat .cause to mankind st large more sleepless nights, more nnhappy days, snd more shortening of li'k. than all lh liquor they consume. "Oh! miserable and unhappy Italy," wrote Coma, ro, three renlurlea ago, "doit thou not e that gluttony la killing every year moie peo. pla th n would perish in a aeaaun of moat a vera pestilence, or by the fir and awurd of many battle! -" A'sober life Implies mod-ration in all thing. "Iteonahit," asy Cornnns "in mod erate eating, in moderate drinking, and in a moderate enj.ivment of all theple.eures of life, la keeping the mind moderately hut conatnntly employed, In (ullivsting th i.flVe tion moderately In svoiding extremes nf heat and eold, and in shunning rxeesaiv el citemtnl cither of body or of mind." - For the Foil. : ltsxToM, Msreh 8, 1967. On Monday, ths Id lnu, It being County Court riyt; the Ssg-Niahl Bugua-Demoarsey of Polk met Is esuous to noininst delegates to th Athena Convention, hih is to eon ven on th 10th of April, to dictate who we freemen (ball vet for in August next Col. Win. H Biggs wss called to the chair snd L. C Iloyl isquetted to act aa Secretary. Ws psrt of ths Old Mns Whtga. wars in attendsnes in hopes ws would hesraomething that would h cheering. But, lo snd beholdt th first dsth that was mad waa to axeliids sll parsons from participating wilh them sept th sforenaid Caucus Bogus Democracy. After they hsd fixed out their delegates, the Colonel loomed off in s speech, exhorting all to fay aside persoosliliea snd go it blind for ths nominee, no mstter how mesa hs may have been heretofore. There was an Immense gathering of th bogus that day. The crowd nuin'xred ten or fifteen I They, as a party, talk and rant about the Know Nothings proscribing the poor foreigner. Now, in . all candor, what are these bogus Conventions but prescriptive. "O, consistency, thou srt s jewel." 1 do hope that in this esnvsss our Old Line Whig brethren will not be gulled as in ths last November election. Let us stand atill this Summer and see the salvation of Converging- Jacob's Ladder Progressive' Democracy. Aa Old Lin a Wmo. - FoitKtQN Ni-ws. Liner-pout1 Feb IS, Flour i unable to command rates. Wheat ana Corn are firm at former figure. It i rumored confidently that the Persian wst is soon to be aettled. The 1 1 test inatru tinna from the I'ourt of Teheran lo the Per. si m Envoy nt Pari, are said to be decidedly in favor of pence with England. The Urilish reillforrvm-'Msh'id arrived in the Persian Gulli and the Army of Occupo. lion wna advancing nil Herat. The Rueaiana Were concentrating on the Caspian. A 'fence. ' The chief topic ia the K'npernr' opening ndrea to the Aam-mb y. Ht con gratulates the country on the prosperity at tending the return nf honorable peace, and intimate that all war luxe will be abolished hv January, 1858. ay. Affairs are still unsettled. TrkatmerT orCaour. Speaking nf this fatal disease sinong children, s medical cor respondent of the New Hampshire Journal of Medicine, atatcs that for three years he has used alum in croup, and in all thut time he has not seen fatal case which was treated witlt it from the begining. He usually gives aboet len grain, one in ten minute, until vomiting hi induced, using nt the same lime tartar emetic or the hive ayrup freely the lulter subduing the infliiimtion, while the alutn has more of a repulsive action, ISF The Democratic convention of Rhode Island haa nominated Aniericu V. Potter for Governor, and J. P. Potter, for Lieut, Governor. UT The judges of the Iowa supreme court nre now to receive an annual salary of f 3,000. Small Pox. This loathsome disease is prevailing to an alarming extent in Fayette eoenty, Mississippi. Alresdy have many persons fallen victims to It. ICT The responsible office of Secretary of State in Presiilei tial Cabinet baa been held at various times by th following die tinguishro cilixenic "Thonms Jefferson, Jme Madison, Jsine Monroe, John Quin. cy Adams, Henry Clay, Martin Van Uuren, Edward Livingston, John C Calhoun, John M. Clayton, Diuiel Webster, James Ouch anan, and Win. L. Murvy." EirTheS.indeiHville Georgian says: "A very sensible shock of sn eurthqu ke was felt at thia place and many parts of this coun. ty on Sunday night laet, at about eleven o'clock." Mr. Joseph P.irkey.nf Huncmk conn ty, is a candidal to represent the rountie of Greene, Jefferson, Hancock and Haw kins in lb tower branch of the next Legislsture. Thus. H. I.olpwkll is uuuouiiced a a omdldute to represent B-dford and Ruther ford iu the next Legislature, Cou N. G. Tatlok. The Rogeravill Time of the filji Inst., says Col. Taylor will doubtless be a candidate lorCongrena againsi Hon. A. G. Watkins in lh- first district. Uf" The messenger of lh .Marine Bank, Chicago, Illinois, wua robbed or $6,000 lu thai city on Tuesday lust.' fdsf Minnesota Teuliory haa about $33, 000,000 taxable property. Naur YoRC, March 4 Flour declined five cents Wales at 8JS.$6 85, Wheal Brill. Corn unsettled. Pork buoyauh B el and Bacon first. Whisky dull. . L'iroinrati, March 0 Flour dull. Whisky ueiiveatliS. Provisions tiim. Clover Seed dutl snd dichning. Guiao it SiHoau on Cottoj. A gentle man yeoieiiUy made two bete, escli 026 against 400, that aullon will sell at tkmy eeubi par pound by tho ibik ol Jsmbr next. Aug s-ies VimuuutumtMtt, j HIWA4SKE CULLKOE. Mr. Editor As a friend of sdueatlon, yen will b glail to Issia that thia heretofore ex- eellent eshool will soon resume operations, with renewed vigor. The asw bosrding bouss will bs resdv for ths feleption of stu dents by the first of Heptembsr, at Whieh time ths next session will commence. The Trustses hsvs si so re orgsnised ths Fsoultv. Ths former President, Rev. J. H Bruner, A.M., hss been nnsnimously re sleeted, and Mr. tWI 8. Dosk, A. M.. 1st tutor of Maths notice la Tuesulum College, hss bsea sleeted Vies President. Other tssshers ar to bs smploysd as ossscion msy dsinsnd. ' Minee this institution wss ehsrtered by ths Tsnnes see Legislsture, It is lielieved t hsv been second to none In th Stste, in point of gen eral utility. May it go on and prosper. Du ring the last year a hundred students wees gsthered hers. Willi ths nsw fsoilities for boarding, ths aumbsr will b not a little incressed. Madisovu.lb. For ths Post. FORTUNE. AN AUIOnat IV JOHN IRRLOW. ' , I dreamt of by gone stleUee a eruel fata Of Fortune's error and deceitful show And si I stood be'ore Ihe golden gats, A spestr cams arrayed iu wfstchkd WO. "Mortal, begone I" ths horrid figure ries . . "Ers you invsds these sacred hsuftts, beware! To gusrd Dsms Fortune from a ruds surpris I am ths ssntinsl my asms is Csr. "Doubt, Wssppointmsnt, Ansrchy of Mind, These f ths servsnts that surround her hall; And sll ths vieee thst corrupt mankind, With guilty Ignorsnee sttend hsf call. "Fortune is forth; yon leek a wandering dame) A settled residenoe the Wsnton ecm ns 1 Cnrss on suck visitants I ahe never earn But wilh eruel band she scattered thorns." Athtn, March, 18S7. Vxitr PnoasiLi. The Montgomery Mail makra th following prediction: The planter who raise an nhundanc of corn in tin blessed year of 57, will make money largely. All' the agricultural world ia perfectly wild on the subject of cotton, and Ihe largest crop ever know n will be planted. If the e son prove favorable, it will not as tonish its if the next Cmp waa great I V over four million perhaps 4 5000,000 bales. Then price will fttil mney will be tijht provisions scarce, ulid big eoNi crib exceed , (ugly Valuable. Dkcidfdly Cool. A Cass rktokd Med IC Skill. Header may reincMilier Ihe ru nou nd'ollut ol a Ulan Who died suddenlt in New York, over whose face, a his body wa exii -sed at the grove, a and len shade lid liL'hl pass. d o strangely that the friend removed f bx K to ihe lue, and Xept up filction nil iiltibt trying to restore it to lite. 8 . me of the niixiou IViebda of th deceased tried to induce the phvsiciau who attended the dead man in In l.it Illness to go up and Irv his skill towards hi rentoration. Dr. S. listened awhile incredulously, but nt Inst seemed to tu-lieVe the story ol his inlorm ant. "But," said lie, '-I hop that vol! won't be able to restore him I really hoM you won't." "Whv!" asked hia visitor, in amine ment. "Well.1 said the doctor, I dont see how he would he nb'e lo gel alon .', it w ould he very awkward tor him for III liver and heart are in that jar nn Ihe shelf," IneT An auction aide nf 6 900 bis of RiocofTee, the cargo of the Anne K. Or nit, look place at Rii-hinond. Va.. Ti. nd.iy. j-T'"-extreme prices w.-r- 111 to I If cents. JQriie bnik nf Ihe eirgn brought 10 cent. The sale wss animated and liliernllv attended. Mr. Porter, ticket nf-fiil i-f the Pacific Rsilroad at Jeff -rson City, Mo was nrresli d on Ihe 36th ull., nH.n a charge of embexxl ing the ('oiiipany'a fund, lie (.'nve up (3, 000 and implh-ated Pride and Abbott, con ductor f . the train, who were arrested at St. Loaia tlie next day. Mordrr A allocking mardcr wna com mitted ut the CoiiMtuble'a election nt Melville, Almanac county, N. (X, on Saturday week. John Show, a man considerably advanced in life, hLiMhsI hi oii-in law, Wm. Gibson, twice, and a Iter wards threw a atone nl h in. breaking hi skull nud'euuaed death in a few minute. Shaw wna committed t" J ill. (jCfAniong other blessing, (any Dr. Franklin.) a man should thank God fur his vanity, lecnuae it makes him happy. HroiRNiK. A friend of our, save the AuuhU Dispitcli, h i noted for hi keen oheervntinn, says that he is perlectly anti-S d that if a person who is predisp im d to con suinption, d sires lo put a speedy end to hia earthly career, he had better go to the We Indie "for hi health." Willies th lamen ted Vice President King, and S. N. Dicken son, Dr. Km-, and a host of nthcra who will present themselves to tin- mind, Br Wide Awakk, About any honest em ployment Providence throw in your way. Keep ut It heartily and earnestly st it Don't slack np and be languid Hold on. fjuAuiidi the wildcat enthusiasm" ia one of the milder form o. Political express ion, and correP"iids very nearly with "per tecily delicious" Irom a y uug lady, each lieinu in lh.- sober luntiai ige ol ordinary Hie, tranalutable into "," St. Louis, Msrch Advices from West Mrt, Mo., stste that a meeting of ths ciiixens there had passed rsaolutioiis to resist every effort from svsry quarter, cslculated to re new the former troubles in Ksusas, and ex tending a hospitable weloom to emigrants from svery section of the country, snd pledg ing themselves to let the lews of Ksusas snd Missouri punish all violators of law. CmoAon, March 4. John Wentwortb was yesterdsy sleeted Msyor of this pise by eleven hundred majority. The whole of the Republic ticket was elected by a large ma jority. Taer wa considerable fighting in lh 10th ward, and two men were killed. y The iat iNorlli Csioiius papers report Ave hoiniud In different psrts of tbst Siste. This is strange for that staid aud steady old coaiiuoiiweallh. WAaiiiNOTiHi, March 5. Among Ihe mens, ure w bich passed iu lite closing hours of lh lain Congress sre appropriation lor sn over land mail tti San Piiun-isci ; for five year'a uty to the officers of the Texan Nuvy; one year's pay lo i Ulcere dropped l-y Ihe action l.f Navy Bnaid ol Inquiry, and 1 1,00000 lor five eteaul liip of war. f-sy A Pari piqier says that a d uel lately took place between a barrister and a mer vliunt, in Hois de Vinceiincs. On tho day spMiinied, Hie ruin fell in torrent. Never tlieless, being men of spirit, the two coin butuiite look off their coal and fired twit- al eaun otuer without hilling, when th matter wu settled. In a fortnight afterward, they both died ofinfluuution of th chest. This s satisfaction with vei.gennce. (-sy Quite s noise has b en ki- ked up re. OMiitly al the Oxford University, Miss. Some expulsious hsd biken plsee, and abonl forty studenls bad left, Cn fobbiog aa rooslel ' . . TRIB0TE OF RESPECT. , F.. I Athens, ilsreh , 1857. I At a sailed meeting of th Lodg th fol lowing proceeding! Here hsd i . -- Wnssass. Th dssth of our balnea broth r, Wiiuau F. KsitH, hss bserl nnouseed to the memlxrs of this Lodge, it fitly becomes us to oner sn numtiis testiinonial of rsirsrd to the memory of our departed brother, who hss so often met snd counseled with n in this 1111. snd wbos eentlemsnlv beefln snd friendly intercourse bad secured for him the onfldnee and esteem of all who knew him. either in the relation of brother or friend. Ieath fa as nsweleoaie visitor Rt ay period, snd alwaya brings distress la his apptnSch 11 iirodnees sorrow snd mourning when his ley hand is laid nxn th aged father who hss already pasred his "three score yeses snd ten)" hut the puignsney of grief becomes the more intolerable when the men of Islents, who promise much usefulness, is stricken down in the morning of life. In the chsrsoterof our deceased brother ws hsvs much thst w should emulate, for his past history foreshad owed a brilliant future. In his death, a lov ing wife has lost a kind and devote '. husband; hia aged father a beloVsd eon; his brolhsrs and sister an arTsctioHst brother) thi Ijodge one of its most useful memliera, snd the com mrlnlly In WMch he lived vslusblssod estl msiit (itiren. iheraror, , -, Raotm, Ths' ws tender our cympsihle to the widow snd rslstivss of our devested bfdt her. snd ss sn svidenee of our respeet snd esteem fer him. the iusignis of this Lodge shall hs (lathed With the hsliiliinem of tnoitr'nihgi Sad ths members of this Lodge wesr the irtrosl bsdireof mourn Ine fur thine days, snd blank sheet of our Record be dedicated te hi memory. - ' JtMotvtd, TIIRti at a Lodge, we sttend the funeral of our brother on tomorrow, Slid in ter him with the boaoes of ths Order. Rmotttd. Thst the MeetetRrv furnish a eonv of tills preamble snd resolutions to ths widow of our decessed broi her. snd slso s eopy to th editor of the Alliens Post, with a request insv ns puunsn ins same. THUS. A. CLEA0E, IT. O. P, L. Oaiklb, fc'fC'y. . E)T.lt sincerity and ingenuousness be thy refuge, rather than craft and falsehood; for cunning borders very near upon knavery. Wisdom never ns nor Wnn's it. W"A diy foist dealer in NeW Haven advertise, to tike fJpiihUh quarters at tweuty six Cenla cell, , White Teelft. Perfumed lireath, and Bs,oTiroLOoMn.sitnS esn bssi-quirea byusln ihs "Arlrn ofa TAomand Flown." Wliat Isdr or esn llsinaa wuuld remslD under the ears of a dlsasrees- ble breath, when by using lhsBiUf or A Taitfsab Fumta" as a deotlrrlce, would not onlr render II swsst, but Isave ths teeth whlls ss alabaster t Many persons dn not know thefr breath Is bsd, abd the sub Jset Is so dslleats thslr rricads will nevsr aisotlon It. awsrs er sounlsrfslu. Bs sure each bonis Is slf nsd For ssltbf Sll Dniff Ills. Fb. if-lrW-t0 III'Laae's Celebrated Vermllage In irilssearl. Joe t. 0., Oreeon Co., Ms.. July Md, 158. Messrs. Flsmln- Bros. Dear Sirs: I have used Dr. tt'Lsfle's Oslebrsted VermPiifs, prepared by you. In tny ramlly, sod I do think It ths best preparation bow In use far espsllinf worms from the humaa system. my neigiinnrs nave aito useo it witn mis sums success, You are st liberty lo use this ss you see fit. Voan. c WM. O. NKTTLV. Ths sbove II a ssmpls of esrttRcstes dally received by ths proprietors. Flrmlne Rros., of Mine's Ctfle hrsted Verrnlfues slid Liver fills. thinh we sra safe In ssylnf they are ths most reliable sod popular rettl-dl'S of ths day. t4p.,rch-Mrs will be eareful to ask ror Da.M,l.sss CsLisa mo Vasuireos, manoractured br Plbhimg Bros, Of llltshnreli. Pa. All Othef Yvrmiritepa in enmnari. son are Worthlets. Pr. M'Lane's xsauias Vermiriier, aiso, nn ceisoritiea bivsr rnis.csn sow iwnnfl at all re spectable drug stores. AtMMffmtriie irtMoa (As oia aalers o - (IB) f LRSIINU BROS. Died, tn this esontv. an TuesilaT nleht last. lira. Saba WiLnoa, relict of ths tsts James Wilson, sn lorusrly oi svisr eountj. COMMERCIAL. Ailantm ltlbrkst ' 1 AtttaTA. if.fish in We rvror fon to th folio wlnj nuotntlorii of laUlnf rtlclM of Tvnnmee Prrtrlitce : Racor, hog round. 11iO -He; clmr itaVtlfte, rib iai nf 19 11; nmni 11 09 isr; fnnii.iri Uto. LARH. In hhlN. 1SW ffk IHtr. kcat1K A ISIsf: tin nani ldkn. riom, rt,TA & dj.M l hundreri in hhi. anil vhi for fot1 tiM-rfliit to exirn fnmlly. Corw, ickerl, BUe. Whuat. wdii5 rrl 1,4". Ft tops Tm, 8twl rHl PpunUh, $2 V btrnh. 0Tf, rVH5. PKathru 4A Q 60. O ATTL.T, nn font, 7r net. Hoot. frrnH, 6r. RRMARKt Bttt?on It Arm at nnrqiioiatlnnii. ith tlpM ttookt and dmtnd good, tard, none oBVrfnt , would vommand oar igurtti radll. Cora and flour v!m mi rrnntiy. Vary rMpeiHfully, tKAtlO, ABBOTT kCO., Oo million 3ferchtntt Atlanta, Ha. AufHtila tinrkoto AnniTHTAs Mnrch 0. - I hand hervnith statement of our Produc market, which you will f nd rpllahle for the ureaent. BACrm.hoit round UJnf Q He, betiiffun Improvement on iui wetN'i aricei ine tniei are nenvrann me ro culpm r llf i.t-hame IUi O l.V-i ldpi H7btc; hmiMrn In (ft lie. Lard Ifl 14-'. Tallow 19 Vo. CniufWa. Mial M (fh 9't. PTitci PiahVAc tail, andeeirca Oath Aft Tc. Whiat ftl,4A ( 1 Jvi . ruoi i jati oj mo rnr suprmne. ann n,k fn ft.ro mr eatra. bhl. Vkatukw 4S tik 6ft. No Uried Prult in mnrkct. UirtTaa 18 83c. lfou0f$.&c. Pi a Not . . Toura.varytraly, . . J. A. ANM.HT, tbmmittHon and Product Mtrohtint. M by ll.r.KT HFFII.-1 hRM Jmt rerelved man 101 or muei Beea, wnirn 1 ror mi cheap imareniqj n. iianuarUMin. IDiSnSOlut lOBi THE firm of AtciARDi lintm li thU day dli iolvd by mutual ooneent. Tho unfliiUhed butl new will b eettled by ii. I. brttve. O. W. AfsKXANDEtt. reb.M,18T-lm-44l 1 . L. OUAVEd. TMI.HO iioisi:, Tellle Plains Teste).. Is new open far ths'reoeption of Travelers, msreh IS-ljr-tU J. OODtN. ; Nollce. '''HE Aet of A'semlily erssting th olfiee a ut iOiuiiy JiiOire require that 1 maks settlement with all eouuty officers who are hv lew authorised to receive eniinty revenue. Those Justioes nf ihe Pesos who have not si ready reported snd made settlement wilh me tor amounts of ntiea receiver! oy them under th Aet of Assemlilv eiealinir the "rmall Of- leiitis Law," as it is sailed, will please do so without delay. All Oonstsliles who hsvs collected hues under ssid Aet nnon sxeou tioiis hwiieil by th Jusilcss nf the Vesee, will plesse mske rsirt sud sell lenient, snd pay tne ssms o uouiiij i rusve JNtl. U lllUIKlha, County Jada. Msreh IS, 1837-Hl-44 .v wamhji.'yt ivosr. A LI. persons sre hereliv aotilied that on Xlv the 8th dsy uf February, 18S4, llisrs waa issiieo irom toe iiepsrtinent. ol the interior, llouuty Usno wsrrsut, ro.54,8S4.for80seres, under Ihe srt of rleptember, 18.W, in the name of Josisb Uowau, snd sent to the ad dress of li. P Hurley, Msdieonville, Tennes see, raid Warran. hss been lost or fraudu lently nlitaii eil by sums person not author ixed either to receive or assign th ssms All persons sre hereby nolilied thst I intend filing in th General band OHiee a caeeaf, askins: said warrant to bs inelled and a duplicate lo issue. JOeJIAH KOWAN. ilsreh IS. l7-st-442 Helcje CeHBif- Vmuwu . . George P. Owsns, Adin'r of th sUt of J. L. . ,, ItsuWu. deVd, ' Ths Widow, usir snd Crsdltors of said Ben ion. Addition to Sill Land to Mt. OIlKKAltLT to an intarloeutory order in thi eause, hsd t th Msreh tsnn of ths County Court of Mi county, Tsnnsssse, (list pulilu-stiou Ihi aiade in ibis eause, aoti fying and requiring all creditors to His their elains with ths Clsrk of said Court, oo or be fore th Bist day of Msy asxi. . JAMhtt A. UIIU8ER, Cltrk, Pes M. J LiLLsao, D, 0. March 18, Ia67-4t-irafe f4-44 Plo-vsrsal piowail - JUST resale, aa eseellsst 1st esv aa area esssei. eFUes,irsJske ALSX4il(IUawaAVSS. Oksftssssei Tasa, Feb --4tf , . naouoao - Through Rates of Freight rrwaa NASHV1I.I.B tm HRIOXV1I.I.ES i '. ' " - ' Aa statioss ok rae c i. Bm4 TVs we ) thrgf JlsnV HaaaTi SUGAR, OorTe, Molssses (in barrels,) ; Tobacco (in boxes.) Nsils. Dry Hides. . 9 Oils (ia bsrrsls,) Coppers, Hop and Cordage, Fish, t:hess, Soap, Bur and . -Tallow Candles, Whit Leed, Bsr Lesd . , flH kegs snd botes,) Pig Lssd nd Shot (in kegs.) Liquors (In bsrrsls asd essks.1 uroSRSry Wsr (in eratss snd ' tasks,) per 100 lbs., 50- Ho artlele entitled to tbls rat oett those specified abov. snot ana Lad in rjniniies, ana ootttea Liquor will be hrgd th Mgutsr loesl rates of each Road. ' - . All floods from ihs Western eitle ind IVeW Orleans, for Knoxville and Station on th Kfcst TeRnessee and Heorgis 1UII Rosd, will he forwarded free of commission when con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road, at Nashville, drsy age only charged, Which has been Ctfntrsoted for st 75 eeuts per' toh of 11000 lbs. Everv nseksge must have the nam of th Stations ol delivery plainly marked dn it. Itoada will not tie responsible lor ordinaay leskage of Liquors, Oils or Molssses, and W II only pay for deficiency nf eontente wfaett packages show mirk- of violence A inn ol rr. ig it pain steamer ana urar aie will be mailed to consignees from Nash ville, ehowing. also, the time of arrival aod departure of th goods. it. u eAUKatin, sun t East Tennessee A Georgia Rail Road. March 4, 1817-tMll John L EI. French & Co.. GE'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, fin.iiAauvwa, ixan, eisrch s-n-ttl xxaok.ix-D,zi. 3 'I UR Subscriber has taken this House, Deestur, Tee 1 nesses. nrrmsrlv keot be Mr. Llllard. anil reraeot falls solieiu a h.e. of th. Duhli. Huum. H. uniM th public that hs will keep the rtf hi sort of a bouss that his ubl. IU be suppllnl with th best Iks eoeeo-jr sAirrls.hls stable well supnUerl with proveniler, snd thst ofery effort will bs mad. OB bis part to render sll eon- fortabl who msy oall. H BT. H LUTTjUlLL, sreh , 1867-tr-441 For Sale or Rent I AWKLL improved TOWN PROPERTY in Harrieon, Hamilton eounty, Tenn., that 1 will sell or rent on favoral.l term.' Tile nronerly is wall srranaed for a Publls House a d8tors good stables snd all neces sary out buildings. 1 will lake m,000 in East lehuessee money, provided the money esn be hsd ly the first of April, 1867. Ily eslling on Mh Ball, of Harrison, ths property will be pointed out. It is the proporty formerly owned by Jsnics Johnson, of lnidon. Adorers me at Louisville, Tenn., or eall oo Boyd A Vaughn, Coneord, Tenn. UU91IAIU, March , 1837-4t-4ll . Louisville, Tenn, Forest Bill Academy, JOIl.t OlSKLOW, Frlnclpai. THK Summer Bssilon of this ldstttuUoo win ops 0 Mondar. Oth March neat. terra Of SsmIso so wse, to close 1 Julr. . Tultleatt . First 01. ,00 Reflond" , 0,00 Third i 19,00 Fayabts ens-half In adeancs. No pupil permitted to eater the School without s Ticket signed by Secretary. No deduction made foe lost time, unless ta cases of pro tra.ted sickness. A contingent fee of 00 esdls per sevsion will bs charged, ny oroer or in Hoard. THUS. A.ot.KaitB, Feb lo-tf-SN , . Bsentwy. Maryland Lotteries ft'OH .TIAstCII, 18ST. R. FRANCE & CO., Managers. Drawings oonducUd under the luperinttndeooa of tbt Bleu uoiiery uommuMoncr. Prlsoa Paid aa aowu aa Drawa A Grand Maryland ' Lottery ON TUB HAVANA PLAN. (.rund t ausolldVd Lottery of Aid. IsAl Hal SJIUAOD O. To b drawn tn Ualilmoro, Md., Mar oh 28, 1807. 30.000 Kuwteurw-lMIO Prlawsl Tn Uieoo Lotttrieo erery Prlaa matt b drawn by ooie ne. aa an ine mai art urawo out or th wneci. tT T. H. Hubhurd Co., ara authoriitd by tb Managr ft" " order. I Priwuf 1 m , $32,000 10,1)00 4,sO I.OIO ,000 1,7 0 " 1,500 l.SSO l.OOO 700 too 800 10 SO Us xntankWAtfoM raixss. 4 of $4DO AliurrJxlinsting - $82,000 4 of H O " 10.000 8 of SOO 4,8ii 8 of IM) 8 000 I S of 10O " 8,0tKI 18 of 90 " 1.1 4" 18 of 80 1.8IMI 18 of 70 M l.KStl Id of BO 1,000 40 of 85 o 7'KI 80 of SO " 800 878 of 80 . - SiKI l.Ouo I'riies, amounting to 8I8S.80O VThoU Hotels 10-AiioM 88 Csorlses t,80. B K I LH l,T sCllr.M 13 ! brand t'ontiolidutr d Lotteryof Md OI.APi E, 1 Prix of $t)8,7 in 1 Prise of .. IxSiHI S Prises of 8,0nO 10 I'rixes of 5,000 10 I'rixes of S.8no 10 Prixee of i.iMHI ty 100 Prixee of 1,850 8 I'rixes of ' SOO IHll I'rixrsof 800 1HX Prises of I0 1 Hi I'riies of 100 8,010 I rises of 40 25,740 Prise of 20 80 .Jrio Prixee. amounting to $1,141,110 TicJctU 0 fohtsi 10 QnnrUn otigktlu tM. OsrtlRest el Faekage of Wholes oosl SSH.nO Do. do Haless oosl llW.m Do. do M Quarters oosl..... TS.H0 Do. do t ElghUis oosl M,M 19 Alt orders he MeksU or eaekama la any of lh Maryland Leu.rWe, will reoolee prompt atteation, and ths drawing msnee loan parenesers iiamsdlstsly after it is by... iuireso " T. H. HUBBARD CO., Mo. F Faystl St., or Box No. 40, Oct 10-ly-MO AKMassrs, Mi. JOBK XX. Xs El XT T sr. (Cf Tim,) Jacob Mayer & Co., isorscrvBsss asd wbolsssls bsalbss nt C Is O T j j, H Oatblnff Warabous. Mo. M North Third itra, i&ttw Arvk twnd C'Aatrry.) , PHILADELVHUt PA. " rPHI QDdriiffnr4 eall th alteatloa of Kak Tvnn I nt Mtfrehaota to thatr larg and varfatf ttook af MMdg-Mttd CloiAtMQ, sMJkd p ia th lataat and moat approrcd faabioua, which aanaot tail to (tva tat sfaei4oa to ail who purohaa thta. W raspwifittv loltctt a ihorouft. asMlnatloa of aur ttoek by HerelwaU fitUUic lhiladltha, Wforo aiaklnf " vusos, ( si mw w rb i-4f-4 Aet Pi L Jest rsowivwd, area stA.sad e sls by Jaa 18 . W. motor GOLD rBYS. OboloseWd Fwass Ladles Flea 0M Feast 8sl4 e stiver Oases 7 ta saete prove piuwni--lri lb sslsbrais P. aaeafaa. seer. Pwss, Warrs A slyds,lust rsele tn ler Ml low, bp IF 87) MalOaM A HOSNMr, . RATEd OF FREIGHT, ) Faou ? fckatFleaMha Satvaaisiak ta KsHrzriitet . . . SLL TBS eVSTIOSS OR TO tat sSii eases T Hrftm Mmlt Umti. "' ,. raj CTss, ; ' Piano rorte. Books. Ststioaer: Ttbois Shoes and Hats, Liquor Oils, Ae. (la kn, 1 1 . 1 I'.fnnt.Kl mA QmUU. T - tineH barrsk)Cifleilns;, China, Cllas and Olawart Clears (fa esses,) Cloaks. ' " ConfeetlonaHes, Cbtto Csrds Cutlery (in esses.) Cask and Bates, Dry Oood .. (in boies and bales,) Thug, Fruits, Froii ' Trees sad Mhmbbery. furs, Osrdsn Seeds, ' Louklna Olaese snd Loobies' Olsss Plataa 1st owner' riskj Oysters (id esn snd srs.) Ssddlery, Tin and Brktaaia War., V Teas nd Hpiee, Georgia and South Car- , olio uomasues, . . . per 100 lbs.. 11.11 Second CVsss. . Tfaedwsrs. aseent snfih nAtA4 Im fleet snd third slaws. Cofles sllll. M.. " hiflery. Fortlgd Liquors (in bsrrsls and ' ; , T- I . u n ' I . , t . "I pipes.; ioiiww ih uvaes,; Liestnsr IIU rolls Slid bases.) Oil (ill barrels and esek,jCrookery snilQueeiiawarenti crate ' and easRs.) Kiee, waiung, risslef, Hbeet Brass and Copper, . . per 100 lbsu 11.00 Third Ctrnu. Ate. Shovsls. Mpad-s. Bsd Irons in and Tin in pisra. Tin i Piste, Aavils, Vises, Caek of Chains Snrl Hoes, Manilla and Cotton Cord Ha;, Coffee, Hesvy Castlucs, Mill Gearing, Kail KOsd Wheels nd.. Axles, Chair asd Spikes, aad Bosin (in uarreis,; . , , . . , per low IDs., S0,o epttal Hatn . Furnitnr and Carrisves (boxed.) and other light artielcsaot enumerated; also, - Carboya of Aeldeer otherChemieals will neeliargerj iy aotual weight liutt double first alass rates,, .. , , . par 100 lb., Ii.80 .... .,1: I . . To Insure ssfstv from losses snd del sea shippers must have every paekaire plainly marked with name of eouslgnee, destiastioo snd depot of delivery. i - The Depots on ibis Bead are : Fountain tlill, Sweat wst or, Stat Line, Philadelphia, Cleveland, : : lxnidon, Charleston, . , . . Lenoir'a, Rieevill. Coneord, Athens, and Monss Crssk, Knoxville. IW To eommeno 1st Wsrch snd eontiuue to 1st June. 18S7. II. T. PEAKS, Snp't 9o. Cs. Railrbsd GKO. YOKdB, "Georgia " - WM. M. WADLET, Central E. FJOTE, ' M. A W. 1. At, 8PUI.L0CK, - W. A A. R. 0. J ACKsON, " E. T. Ga. " Feb.. 1857-tlstj-440 1 Sow If you wonld Reap. TO Ihs Farmers of last Tennesses, Wsst Vlrglals, sad North Ssorgl snd sl.bunsi 3Bllcl. sag eJl as I gOOU Rashets of fresh Closer Seed; 6 IMS Bushels of fresh Timothy Seed; 6(l Bushels of fresh Herdiirrasss Reed; SIMI Bu.h.l. or fri-.l Rli,.ni,i.MllMH1: Oa the W.e. and Will b. .nta In. nrlr. In ..A Send on your orders and ws ell! warrant erery baihsl -u rnr.., mnu rilllh UnU I S OrilKK3(Jfl, Knoxville, Teas., Nerember 98-tlmar-UT POTATOES 1 I HAVE mads arrangsnunts to get, hsfors the plant' ing seasoo. a sapply of early Irish Fotstoes, for seed. Aiao, owsst rotatoes ana lams. Orders solicited. Feb J. it. UKNDEK80N. Hard Ttmn Cum -a-6s. .VI .(r TIIOflK Indebted Is me, either by note ee eocoanl, will sees cost by oalllag aad dealing imraedistely. ss money I dss snd mast ssee. I meao what I say, Jan so s. W. B088. 1ljOWEw SUED. t have nee received say v. " . . o.cu, Mill ousr H lor sale. Jan 1 JAR. II. Itf XDERSON. ftl.llVEB a F.ED. A lias tot of eth Cloesr Mi oeeo ror sals oy o. w. ALKXANDKR, Charleston, T.oo, Fsb -Jm-t8t IF yos wast s food Ooat or Test, Mm snd get them ot Dso HJ .,, . UOBTON. -ntCKRIJI, CUssss, Bods Blsoults ss Oysters, at j. ueo i ... MORTON'S. rmWt best stook ef Uals ss Caps la the town, at J. "SO UUKTUN'S. ALAROE sleek ef Boots and Shoes, lew imcn, l0 UOBTON 'S. WAOOJf FOR ntl.R. A gwidTwe Horse Wagon and Harasss for sals low by Pec 1 S. K. REEDER. SUQAR, Coffcs, snd Molasses, Just received snd for sals by Jsa 8EU0BN A H0KN8BY. PEPPER, Spice, Dinger snd Sods, Just opened sad for sale by Jan SEUOKN m IIOitNsBV. BOOTS snd Nhsei. A large ssaortmest of Boots snd Shoes Just rsosl red and for sals low for a- dan SEHOHtl HOBftSBT. SPlCKDand, Fresh Oyster. (u,l srrieed and for sals. Jn BEIIOIIN 4 llOUttSBY. NAII.I4. A general assortment on hand and for sals low, by J.u i SRHOKN A UORNSBY. SAI.TI Nail 1-80 Barrels Ring's Salt rseeleed aad for sale etnsjf cu.psr hu.h.l, barrel laeluded, Ow Uj W. O. UOBTON A CO. T BATHER. A large lot of Northern snd xts Oeualrj Tanned Sol aod Upper Lsathsr for sals by .use lJ , . , W. It. UOUTON a CO, -g t BOXES S by 10 Window Olass for sals by - JLV . Decl t W.O. NORTON SCO. TP you want A No. 1 Chewing Tobacco call at jl ueo is . UOKTON'B. IF you hire any ready Cash that yon want lo glrs for Oonds, or In settlsment of Accounts, doa't fall to oall and dlsposs of it at W. O. UOBTON A CCS.. ST ADIEBOIosks, Talmas snd Bhswls.st M-m tiso UORfON'8. S4 1.T. 1x6 Bagrcoaras Salt 1 66 " las Just rscslved. la I oondflton. and for sste McEWEN A OILLKSPtE. no. ia, iboa CorFRB On hand snd for sale by Nos SI WM. BURNS. COI 8'KCTIOlk AMI A fresh supply ol OoiifscUoaarlssiust received by POT I BKHUHN HORNSBT. CIIKF.KE. A lot of English Dairy and Pine Ap ple Cheese. Also, Crackers. no. I SK1IUUN a UunnoBV. "BJ AiaifStt. Figs and Frenei fresh-Jnst reeeleed XLv an lorsais.- inoeisj eaitUHN a IIOHNSnv. PiaTOI.ARV. A new supply of Oolt's Re peaters and Allen's Revolvers Just received snd for sals by Nov 14 BKI10UN A I10UN8UY. VSTATCHE), Jewrlrr, Ac.-A nsw and w largs assortment of Watches, Jswslry, Ac, Just received, wbtch will be sold at low rates for prompt pay, oy nov is ssiiuitn HUKn&ui FEJlOVa. Taw. An aausually large aissortmeal JX ei Toys, at ov isj bsiiuhh hok.-ijiv'B. CIUAKN and Twauaere. A las assortment ef Clgrs, and a lot of Ihs best quality Chrwfnf suosooo, oy nov te enttuan a iiott.vani Art I.OT II I IV U. A Urge stock of lcsd-Mde Venning, jast rscsivva ana lor ssie nj oolxd A. CLEAGE A CO, TJWOTS ANOHHOE. A splendid assort. BLAr oi out of Boots and Shoss, rseslved and for sals ly ect is a. ULKAua a LU. TOFJACirO. All ths favorlla brands, such ss Psnn's.Gold Leaf, Eldorado, aad Small Plug, just reosivee aoe lur saw oy loetsij u. w. SUSS, fATCMBIRr 4,6, 4, 8, and lu, oa hand and for sal. 1 uot.,D NoawKN a ttlLLESPlI PAPF.H HANGIKIir. A Urge lot,sallskU for Halls, Pastor, o for ssls. voi iu, e aicswaa a uillebpib. JVSTrsoelaMl.aM ef these oslsbraMd Machines, from the maeafaotory of Millar, Wlngsl A Cn e".'i,i nr. wu mnm ..omuls uiera. For sal by Nee 81 ). W. BOM, Agsst. WHEAT ABJBk FJArOrt. We 4sslrs to parehass Whaat sad Baoen, Mr which ws will pay thsblfbsstmsrksi value In eash. JOHNSON, IIORtfB A 0v Aug -tf ear. Bread odMsrkststs.,lsshvUls. CONrECTIOKIRItlFa. Osndlss, Ralstss, Praoee, Pigs, Alateads, Fllbertl. English W slows. As., (msylj W.OlRU.Olevslaa. HHIFFS rRVIT.-lwlsktobaysuu'gsl.tse Dried Frelt . I wOl psrSxa highest market price k for Dried Pes, pibii Sad eapsol, aad Prtsd ApsUsssMid. pe, j. jj. BsVuBBaOB 1 0,0 OO lmte?z toturJutHK Ft,A.Jst peaelvs by ' BSV t A.OtsUBIACO A Car tsotxzTtzzi j t im arret etUt wMsk eafws keUuttervswsarsesirsbsksw i,s a bws wtlsss,lwsBawnies,.wirsaa- w -a Sees s deawlee ak tsefkllevlnt iibss will. -ytisasswt. y a aVasx la ewskel e-l see .sssesa. lser, ' V. Class tt bM sltref Si. vtf.Os fwtat, BJsrsk twdk, ISwl, u. . t.' few ers wa (iapxaaV, '' . Vbtmn, - t ke drawa hv ehy T SOssta, veesla, U gsMes. , , Ssttfs, iUss, tsof. ,; ill t ss draws is tM efty f SSss't, Sesress, ss west, sw Soursiy, SWsk Ma, lssl, ee tssssar , Single tftnaberll B,.ao yrisiaan , Jlora WM 0M rWs Jeere 2k Tf f 'f iasaxM Trlekei. XaCasvetxoxlfioasxa.'t aWoSsaaxi. l rnseer.. ew.ooou., ... 1 se , .......... o,vols.l . s. lOMMS Is,.. ! , 4 , .... ..... ), 1 a 4- i $)4 ,000 la... toe- - , '. eOOOts.. DO M.., s unm 1 do , ,000 1 S.oo 1 S.OOOIs..... ,noe 1 e i.OOOIs..,..,.... t.oo . I e 1,00 Is .,. t.ose 100 . .. looara,. ...... Ujtm IW do .. ' aosss , Aawreialseiatlasi F-rtse. 4 prises of 460 mrpro1mllntto fio,eiOee 1 . - 4 de too appeeslsiMla U t,Wsre : " do . J00 aBproslsrsllDg I leoo at , m mm o seveoBimaltng as R.oanere' 4 -r x 4 do 4 do CO apaeestraetfo se 5K speeoxlmatlng t f .eooar ' aiMMara.. ' ilapfrroalmsUogte SOatrpreelmatUlgss' I SO approSlaasllngt t appeoxiawUnl to 0O anttroslmstiBa tM S.eOOaee 10 i.nOOar lS t.ontare ' 1 4, ana see' Is IM ilo 8,000' ds .tOor ,i e a.- X B anneolinmtln t 1 aisle.. 1, 8, 80O Prises, amounting to.... t04,OOO WtoU njenrI-ijso (?aT )(. FLAN or THE LOTTCalTe ' The numbers from 1 te SO.OOO.eerrssseadlne wit. those numbers on the Tickets printed on separate ellps ef paper, are eseleele le smN Its tabes so placed I oo wheel. The Sret 111 Frews, similarly priated and encircled,' r placed Is another wheel. . Ths wheels are thee revoleed, aod a aumbsr Is drawa from the wheel of aombsrs, ea st the ssss time a rrise is arawa from in esser enees. Trie serosse ana Prise drawn eat are eosasd sod sxhlbltod so the suds. sacs, and registered by Uis Cosieilssoners: the Fries being placed aalnet the asrhker drawn. This opera tion Is repeated an III (R the Prises ere dmS sat. arraoxmiTto Paws. Ths twoprsesdiag ana th two sucesetling namwsrste thoss drawing the Srstlt Prises will bs entitled te lbs 41 AppeoxlataUea Prises, seeording to ths echsms. , Tnea.iain prise, ol rrH win oseeterStlard by th last Rgureof ths naraberwhlch drswathefM.nfiO. Pee ex ample, tr the number drawing ih a.W.noo Piiss sade with No.l.thsn alt ths Tickets where the namberende with I will be emitted to StS IMbsnubsreads wltk No. 1. then sll th Tieksts whsrs ths a amber cade with ' I will be entitled to SIS, and so sn. CWrfySYeire of Partagrt lfl be sold st ths fcllowtaf rsUs. which Is the risk : . Osrtlflcstssf Fscksg. of 10 Whols Tieksts .80 ' li nail ..... w . lOOasrsse 1 - , -0 1st Orefeirlaia! Tlekexa mf Certlf leate-e. Ectoserrtsmoiis'toosr srMressfoe th T1ekese- dered.os receiptor whfe they will be forwarded of Arst mall. Furehssers can v Tickets sodiog as say figurs they may desrrnsfe. - Ths Hit of Drawn Ntmrbere and' Prise i will be seat lo purchasers frnitiedTeufF after Ihs drawing. Pnnliaflerl will please write their signature ptala, and vies their Post Office. Oosaty and Stale. r EST Remember that eeery prise Is drawa, eatsa able in fun wlthoot dedoetlen. E- aii Prise, or gl, noo snd vndsr.said I ( toed lass ie srter ths drawing ether Prises st the asaal time si thirty days. Ail communication strrctiyeosnaentisi. . . -Prise TltfkeassahadarranawadiB. etbor 'TleksA OS either ollee. - ' - r- Adilrea. orders ferTlekets er OertlBcstss ef rack- sgss of Tickets either to j . R. SWAM A CO,, Artants.Ow. Jonsa-td-401 ' er. SWAN, Montgomery. Ala. Southern Lottery! On thm HtWHttn l inn mf ' single number s ! lowest 1'kizs forty dollars. . Jasper Count Aeadeiaj Ltlerj! Bo Authority of tht Statl of Ooorttu. CLASS W. Draws March It, ISM, at HA VAXJfAlf, OtOKGU, under, the sworn superintendence of Major W.-F. Bow sa aad W. It. Ftarme, ts,. Saturday Schemes il be drswa seery Satarday st Macon. Oa. Monthly Large Schemes IR e CrSSB at vaasb. about Ik Use. of seery SMrftlh. . ,itr ITtarty On Print to lesrv Sin Ttotsc. ' ' . 15,000 TICKETS! 1713 PRIZES I This Lottery has only Fifteen Thousand tlsailms tees inau any Lottery la uis worm I rnses psyot wttnetit eeeaetwa. - - Brtlltant as the me T l Prix of 18.000 I - S,uuO 1 " ' . 1000 4 f 1,000 r , 4.000 6 800 ar 8.600 80 100 ar 8.000 1,600 " 40 ar 40,000 Apprwkisxiatilaai Prlsteas xu ApproxinistlOu Ol f 100 ar 60 M 60 ar 60 0 are 8,000 ' 8,600 ' 1.000 101,000 1,7 1 a Prixes amounting te TicluU 10 faier. 66 rises la JO. . Purchase Ten f lekets sadfae with the iumnSm Numbers. 1. 1. S. 4. 6. 4. 1. S. . . and row will Sr.- back feor-tenths of ths amount paid forthsTlefeets. be skles ths chance f btoinlBg Oapitala. Patrons will fiud It lo their interest to buy Uertlcats f Tsa Tlck eu, ending eoneceetivety with l.t, S,4. 6, , 7, S, , ft. dj hi,. )aw Hivy Nwraii tn mv, sowing wita tne same number ss the Capital, and get four awre ehaacss la svsry ten to gain the Capitals. ixrReass or nnmiei tr nn ncttu: sre seld st ths folic Ifowing rate, which Is the risk : lO Whols Tickets.. 80 lO Half Tickets ...., so Bank Notes ol sound Bsnks taken al oar. Check on New York remitted tor, Prise.. Address Orders foe Tickets er Ctrtlfltatst i of Psckseel M Tickets to 4AB. F.WINTKR. Maaager, Oct lT-ly-4.ll Maoon or Savanaak, Oa. Potoes-Potatoes. A fiXg. BbsilELS ef Sns trlsh Potatoes air sals by HJir . Q. W. ALEXAMDEB, Charleston, Tsnn., Feb 4-ro-48T a. s-ssisdsx....... wa. anasxaaos. Bearden & Franoisco. PnODVCR AND tOM1VII8)slIl ZsTs9Z-oliA.LtaBs jutcn.v, twomerji,. J Il'l sell on eommlsslon Bacon, Lard, Flour, Cora, V Feathers, aod Tennessee PeodNe geaer- slly. rersoos saippiag le ss eaa esly epea prompt returns..- rVrloMerohants snd Onisensof Rnoxsille; Mor gan A Co., Jo. 4dwards, Jss. 0. Luttrell, Comptroller, Neshvlllei T, i. Campben, Cleveland; Riuhinl O.Jack son, Athsas; Lsng A Smith, Riohsrd B. Campbell, Ben. Chandler A Co., Chattanooga. Feb X0-U-4S 4. 6 aossix e. I. ossssr sv. e. a. oa. ftpt-titg Importations I J ik ohoan ' o o.. No. a Public Squars, . NAKIIVILI.E. WJ r an raeeivlae and openlnr ear ssnsi 1 1 "Bpeiag Purchases, which will be ready for la- ' ' spectlon by the t-Mb Inst., aad al which time we win di.plsy a mora oompl.1 assortment f IMtt GOODS, than ws have sver den al any sea. oa asrste fore. , Our stock win embrace sll the latest slle ef Dohmuv Uc snd Foreign .. , . atsxple suael Fancr 42m8s. . And te tt will bs added sll th NO VMLTISS, as tssy sppssr In ths Easts. cities. la addltioa to the largs an fensealty sseaeUe stocks ws bars boon la ths hsbit of keeplofl , we bsvs addsd to tt all ths styles and grades f Heatdi-'Vlssae tlcsikaleisr. - - W shall as pleased to sshlba nr oetatent t ear old friends and uis Irads generally, as ws fssl sows dsnt that from our loagespeelenea snd Ihs advantsgss ws iMMsess, ws ar able to oSsr sadoosmsnts t all. " NashvtUs, Feb. te, W , MORttANAOa ; WcEWen A Gillesclft' HAVE reoeivod aad opened their Fair and Wis tor Goods, and respectfully lavll altsallsa I Laeax. October 6, M . , Kp rfail J'miee. ALL tts sasetllsd kaslness ef the lot em of lies A Jsoxao has bow plssid la Ike wf ska eubserlber, aad all par baxwlag thwsssetv llkt d I said Rraa sr. resssld I oome Ssrwae ImweSl. alely aad make payment, as ky s 41 tkey wUI sav Athans, Feb - aa,T- a .LANS. ' NMtrt Tet4Ft. J YRATBmadssa strsnessssal sa asesai eaa. JB nn sa th Bt 1 TaaBsai ink SseM P.UI..S aa Taas. Wat l ash ptut am aa Se.rlesl. - Oedees esOilsea. AMUDV ' Young Ladies Scltoci. :". Fsk