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. TENNESSEE CREDIT.
Wa niic- in llir r.-p..rtrd sal' r st"t1" b.n.,1 in the New V.irk ni.rk.-l thai Hie cred it l our SiaU- .a ull mi tli derlme. reported sulea f Trnnrssee 6 r cent B..i.d li..w that ur bond. are wo'lh '"" ei.rt.lt -Hire-. cei.U ..n Hi. dUr, ll,"e ..fK.-n.ocky re at pr. WW i- ' of our LeKillure in 1853-4. r.d i .toMj hs. been lh ... "w" " or Tei.ness.-e. It. ur .! j .herrs....r.-,. ll,.Kl.t." ou r..d c...p,...e en. chrl,rrd ' 1'U'' trie Slale. al " ".' 10 ..b" T rd ill!.. n....r 10,000 per u..l. In ..Milion i Ihi. rsu.1. .J trranted for 'hi Purp-e ol" builds bri.lM-bnd were iiihini'd l issue lo Tunipika eoin pniiiei I" plunk road to the pun h.ie of A, trnuUr.il Fair grounds lo the jiiirvliiisc of tne lli-riiiit igc, nnd to buildinjr r St 'te cupitnl. No ni:in in r out of our Stnte can tel! t what extent 'iYtiiiest-e may ec-iii' liuhle, nd what jiniiuiiit of bondH may be is- ued nnd.-r exiMin" statute's. This of its-lf la eni'Ujjh lo er.-nte a sti"ieion that we liuve nnl been aulTu-iei:tly cauiioUH, nnd thut our Lsliitur.- crniled a drbt vutlu'lH looking lo the ni.ilily i.r the Mate to p.y the inler tss it bec.itiii dun. This is mil u!l. We have ni.tonU fl .oiled the markrt irt or bonds, but we have chartered banks all over the Slate for the purpiw, as iiHeg-e.1, of proniciliii!.' the eoniuiiTcial interest of the Slulr. Four Bank f..ilura hfe taken plaee In l-a than three Vesrs, viz: the .MVcli.ino's Li.nk at Memphia, the Central Bank at Nash ville, the B..lik ol Kant Tenn.-naee t Knox vill.'.and the Atiriculturul Bank nt Browns villc 'We may web r. vita- tl.e hixtnry of of Triiiu BHf. reislutii.n, and Irat e the c.tist ot hei ruini'dcndii lo the unlimited issue of bond ami the muliiplii-ity of banks. Before the members of the Ijefrislutare as mil'le at the capital in October next, it wa d be well for tlu-m to take into contid eraiinn then-port of tlie I'rcs'ul- nt of Hie B. mk of 'renneSKee, nnd the uu-HHiirre of the Governor relative to winding up the Bank of i Vnuesxee, and iiMinjr its assets in the re demption of the bonds of Tennessee. Let us p.iv na fur as we can, and by nil nienns let us nt once stop the issuuni-e of bonds if poKHihla to do so. Authvule Union and American. LvftcniKO Extraobdiraby. The Mil waukee, Sentinel gives nn iiilerrstinir lynch ingrnse which occurred recently at Geneva, in that State Several young I. dies hnve been in the h bit of bntliinj; in a beantiliil cove formed by Geneva Lake, nnd nearlv com-eiiled by the dense shrubbery. Ike S , a booby of S3, w ho lives with far mer U. in the capacity of "help, Informed aome of his mates that '-curiosities may b,. e.-n Iheie, chenper and better than nt the corns," mid for hit part he "would go lo the how!'' This being reported to some of the fair ones, tl.ey tesolvtd to give him a lesson. Vliile some of the more juvenile members ot the group made apparent preparations for the b ah, a committee of lull-grown lemvn lies searched the thicket, and found ike, placed Very conveniently for piping. To arize and atrip him was the work of a few moments, And the hazel bushra which had formed his biding place, became rods of jutire in the liauds of bis captors. "Served hi in right." Tkuk as 1'kkachino. Somebody, who knowe the truth and how to proclaim it, string together the following apposite tru Ihui, winch everybody should read, believe and act upon: l'rolane swearing is abominable. Vulgar langiinge is disgusting. ioud laughing is impolite. InqtiMliveiieHs is offensive. Tat tling is mean. Telling li. a is contemptible. Slandering is devilish. Ignorance Is disgrace ful, and laziness is shameful. Avoid all the above vices, and aim at ue lull: ens. This is the road in which to become respectable. Walk in it. Never be ashamed ol honest la bor. I'ride is a curse a hateful vice. Nev er act the hypocrite. Keep good company. Sp. ak thetiiiih at all limes. Never be dis couraged, but persevere, and mountains will become mob-hills. t-t?" In the new" book tin "Brazil nnd the Brazilians," by Rev. D. I. Kidder and U.. J. C. Fletcher, Dr. Burdell is curiously enouifli noticed as having been in Rio Jan eiro in 1851. The writer in speaking of the fisocnl ol the Sugar I .oaf, a far-famed moun tain near Rio Janeiro, says on page 40." On the 4th of July, 1851, Burdell, nn American dentist, iicconipauied by Ilia wife, a French cnjl'eur el la dame and a young Scotch Woman made the ascent, rrotn the latter I received an account of that adventurous lilirl't, whi'ii at time thev seemed ready to dash Into the loaming ocean beneath. Their toil and danger were of no small magnitude. and w hen success finally crow ned their fool- liariliuess they sent up rockets and built a tionhre lo the astonishment ol gazing I'luui incuse." MOIIAMMKDAN .VI KHCANTILB .lllll AI.ITT. A mercantile firm in Salotiica had bills to a large amount on the prinviplul inhabitants nnd merchants of that place, which, with t'icir books ami papers, were destroyed by (ire. One the next day a prominent Turk, who was largely in their debt, went to them and told them, that having heard that their papers had been destroyed, he had brought a copy ol his account with them nnd fresh bibs for the amount due them. This exam ple was followed by nil the Turkish debtor to the hrm. i low many Christians, nnder similar cir cumstances, would go nnd do likewise! ' tff The abolition of slavery in the Dutch colonic Is being pressed upon by Hie Gov ernment of the Netherlands. The Dutch journals are publishing pi ins for emancipa tion in Surinam, Curacoa, Boiioiie, Acuba, 5U Eustace and Saps. The matter will frobnhly be prominent in the next session of the State General, It I no Mattkr It is stated that Tho. II. Benton, bis written nnd in press review of the Drtd Scott decision, in whiuh he take c round w ith Judge Curti and Melan, and against the majority nf the Court. "I have found," say Addison, "that tl men who are realty the most fond of 'adies who cherish for them the highest n-K)w-t gl.,jm ,e mot pi,pur vt-jili the srx. NUn f preut assurance, whose toungrs are lightly bung, w Im make word nppiy th. piwe r Mnn ,, llnBB compli ment in the room of w,iiuint are their favorl tea. A duereswct f, eids to respect- ful action toward, them; and reancet i mi. taken by them tor neglect or want of love. l-iP" The Journal ,.r Commerce in a gen ernl review of the crop "U j, genra believed that the wheat prop of the United States, aa whole, wjlj be the largeat aud best ever gathered. A GesTLCMA. Show uie a man who can quit the brilliant society of the young to lis. ten t the kindly voice of age who can hold cherful couvrrsatiun with one whom years have deprived of all charms; show me the man who is willing to help the deformed, w ho stand in need of help, as if the blush of Helen mantled on his cheek; show me the man who would do sooner look rudely at the poor girl in the village than at the well dressed lady in the saloon; show the man w ho treats unprotected maindenhood aa be would the heiress, surrounded by the power ful protection of rank, riches snd family show me he that abhora the libertine's gibe, who shuns him as the blasphemer and tra dueer of bis mother's sex who scorns aa he would the coward, the ridiculer of a woman's leputiilion; show me a man who never for gets for sn instant the delicacy ami respect that is due to a woman, in any condition or clafs, nnd yon ahow me a true gentleman. py The ensuing parody upon the old and popular song of 'Bn Dolt,' is not only very good as a parody, but it includes a lesson that rosy resell the heart of some young inebriate wbmn more serious, sober couusel might fail to reach : PARODT. Oh don't too remember the toys, Bea Bolt, Tlie buys with noaea no red. Who drmiK with drlivhl wht-nerer they met, And ftlWHjs went drunk lo bed f In the old srsve ysnt, tn the edge of town, In corner obscure slid Inne, They've eone to rot, snd the rajr young ipi-tgi llsre dropped olf one by oue. "Oh donl you rr member titjuff, Ben Bolt, And the rliif at the fool of tlie hill, Where on we're lnlli in tlie iuininer hours. And dre.uk to our utmost fill T The siirlnf is Riled with mud, Ben Dolt, And the wild hir root around. And the pood old jue. and Its whiskey sweet, Lies broken snd spilled on ttie grouud. "Oh don't you remember the liwni, Bea Bolt, And the 'bur-keeper, kind and true: And the little nook at the eMf of the bar, Where we swallowed the rum he drew? The tarern is burnt to the (round, Ben Bolt, The bottles are crack'd and dry, An. I of all the boys who -spreed' it there, There remains but you and I !" A Lawykh's Iutt. When l-ord Broug ham was counsel for the defense, on tin- trial of Queen Caroline of England, in 1820, he emphatically declared that it was the duty of a counsel to get his client off, even though in i fleeting this he should jeopardize tin- public pence, or even cause a revolution in thecoun try. This principle was much canvassed at the time. At the Oxfordshire (Eng.,) nssize, the other day, a counsellor publicly declared that, if he did not feel the jutice of his case, he should fi el it his duty to retire from it. Mr. Justice Bninwell, n very able lawyer lately pluced ill the Bench, publicly respond ed: Then ynti would do wrong, I should deem it your duly and I hold it to be the duty of every mctniicr of the bar to prove, if requi site, that black is white; not that I mean tli t my member ol the bar should do that Inch will be immediately found tint from its falln cvjbiit that he is bound, where sny comment i'l capable of being made upon the evidence, to make such comment fearlessly, and without lefereiice to his own conviction; and that, wheie there is a difficulty in the shade of color, he is bound to five the best argument he can to prove that his color is coru-ct. 0r The Boston Post has a story of a facetious railroad conductor: "A hdy who had a boy w ilh her, considerably above the non-paying age, attempted the rather difficult exploit (in the anti-crinoline period) of hiding her precious son under her skirls. "Uncle John," who saw more bulk than he could account for by ordinary theory of personal enlargement, carefully reconnoitered the pile, and, guessing the secret of the lady's extra ordinary expansion, proceeded, without saying a word, to collect fare for one passenger mid a half, nnd gave the lady her change, which, without looking it ovt r.she put in her pock et. By-nnd-by, observing that the boy was still kept in 'durance vile,' 'Uncle John' hu manely whispered in her ear, 'You may as well let him out you're paid fur both!" New York, Sept. 7. The Arago has ar rived. The Enropa arrived out on the 23d, and the Circassian on the 22d, in less than eight days from St. Johns. There are warlike rumors from the Princi pablies. It i reported that I'rmce Dunio is prepar ing an expedition into Turkish territory. The I'ortM is willing to resume negotiation on the Osborne basis. The Sultan consents to new elections in Moldavia, ' Bid Bugs. The Georgia Citizen snya to destroy bed hugH,t. keot sweet phosphorous one ounce, brown suonr, one pound, dissolve in two quarts of boiling water, stir unt.l cold, then place each bed foot in a small tin pan, tnio which a small quantity of the liquid must be poured. This will attract the bugs from all par j. of the bed and also prevent a fresh supply. The bed clothes must not be allowed to touch the liquid. J-jff At an elegant private ball, lately a rather doubtful apology wa received from a gentlemen, stating nsa reason for his non nttendancctbat he had unfortunately sprain ed his ancle. A lady in the company immedi ately observed that it was n lame excuse. D. Frater, a heavy produce dealer of Chilicollie.Ohio, has suspender!. Mis liabili ties are stated to be over $300,000. IsFLCRItCB OF THB SPOILS. Gen. Whit, field, formerly violent pro-shivery man in Kansas, now upholds and sustains the poli cy of Walker. Gen. Whitlield holds lucra tive Federal office in the Territory. The one of these statements explains the oilier. Ark assa. Arkansas is a queer country. If you go there with a live dollar piece, they tar and feather you for beinu a rich m m. If you are poor, they gin you fever nnd ague and let It kill you. Curious country alto gether. P. T. Barsom. This gentleman is now on a visit to this city Irom Ijoiirion. e are told Hint having perfected the evidence neccsary lor him to obtain the beneni ol the English bankruptcy law, he w ill return to England In the Arabia, on the Snd of Sep leuiher. He join h'.s family, now in London, where he intends hencelorth to reside. He will probably, never pay another visit to hi native land. JV. Y. Timet. Two I.awteks. A lawyer, to avenge him self upon an opponent, wrote the word "ras. cnl," in his hat. Tin owner of the hat took it up, looked ruefully into it, and turning to the Judge exclaimed, "J elaitu the protection of the honorable Court. The opposing counsel lias written his name In my hnt, and I have a strong suspicion that he intends lo make away with ill" 14T To produce the Hock-jaw" in a lady, ask her age. .. . I A Noble Peed. During the p.iage of the steamship Ulssgnw from New York tn Glasgow, a teniale Willi a child in h-r anus was act-iteiiLil!v swept orerbourd. Mr. Rob ertson, husband of the voc disi and sctres MisGei.r-;ius lliidnio, oliserved the seeideiit, and, heedless of danger, lost not a moment in plunging into the boiling ocean. A iile-buov wss tnrow n to him, w hich he caught simulta neously wilh his grsMping tlie sinking mother and infant. The engines Were backed, blue- lighU wer burned, a il was slm.mt dark, snd a life-boat lowered, and the worn in, wilh her infant, as well as their gallant preserver, w ere rescued from their perilous situ ition A medal has been ordered for presentation to the hero of this noble exploit. !NO!ia in it. "Madame, said a very po lite traveller to a testy old landlady, "If I see proH-r tn help you to this iniik, is there any impropriety :n ill "I don't know what von mean; but Tou mean to insinuate that lhar is anything nasty in that mi k, IM give you to understand that vu v struck the wrong house! I here siu'l a lust hair in it, for na soon as D iralhv Ann told me the cat wna dro ' tied in tl milk, I went right sirai'l nn'struiued il ovei!" 1 he young man fainted. There are 819,500,000 in the Treasury snl jecl to dr .lis. Also, 89.300,000 t N York, $12,61)0.000 at Philadelphia, nod over a million an. I a half at N. Orleans. Thb Youkq Ladif. or thk Presfrt Pat Are the Voting ladies of the pres. lit day suitable lor wives: . . . (The retell that asks that, is the Editor of the Danville, N. Y. Herald; wretch, we sny, for the conclusion he amies nt is, that they are not It conti-, l.e says, a Benedict now, w ith one of these luxuries, 500 J per annum, when, aa a bachelor, $1000 will go just ns far.) A ("OMPLlMfcltT. The lyindon Christian spectator sat "As n general rule we be lieve American theological writers to be bet ter veised in modern languages and more deeply rend in ancient literature; in other words, betier and abler scholars limn the ma jority of theological writers in this country.'' f-$TSir Thomas More had only daughters at first, aud his wife pravi-d constantly for a boy. At last she hud a boy, which being grown to a man, Inrneit out to be very dull and simple, fair I homas said to his wife. "V on prayed so Ioiil' for a boy, that ha will be a boy all his lite. Precocious. Little si is "Oh, Bobby, I'm a goiu to have n hooped dress, an oyster shell bonnet, u pair of ear drops and a baby" Little bud " Tho thunder you is! Well I'm goiu' lo have a pair of light pants, a shanghai coat, a shaved, head a crooked cane and a pistil!" A r ast AOS J rulc A child of an emigrant family died of scarlet fever, while the car were stopping nt Oneida, on Tliur dny evening of Insl week. The bereaved parents left the corpse nt the station while the poormasler furnished IliecntKu and urav clothes for the little one, nnd it waa buried by strangers. -fff Two Chicago Indies went to a bi I the other evening in a furniture wagon n ordinary carriage could contain the immense dresses tlie v wore. l-TThe Port Gibson (Miss.,) Herald sajs that the Di-niocrnla in that vicinity, all have the Walker Kansas lockjaw, the. won), n excepted. This malady, we judge, prevails to nn alarming' extent, among that party generally. Russia. The Cholera is ab .ling at St Petersburg. sHfir In the neighborhood of Qnimbcn Urittitny, a very singul ar cutom prevails. A widower wears his hat in such n way us to l.riiii! the corner riuhl over the fur-head probably lor the purpose of shotting that lii lile has been overshadowed. The married man wears it so that the corner is over ho back, perhaps ns signifying that he c.-.n only look back for happiness, which with him is memory. The "jolly bachelor" causes the corner to come jauntily over the right or left ear, wlncn may mean that he is open tor tiro- posals. When a widower or bachelor there makes an offer of himself, lo- must say- to the lady, "t ike my hat." It may be that there is somu satire in the thiuo, which foreigners cannot easily understand. Grandiloquent. The first paragraph of tliu new treaty between Persia and the United States is aa follows: "The President of the United State nf North America, aud hie M jesty, ns exalted as the planet Saturn, the sov. reign to whom the sun serves ns a standard; whose splendoi nnd iuainiliceiiue are equal to that of tin skies; the sublime sovereign, the monarch, whose armies ;ir as numerous ns the stars; w lue..e greatness calls to mind that of Jem shed; whose inai'iiilieence equals that of Da rius the heir ol the crown and limine ol lh- Kavaiiians, the sublime Kniperor of all Persia, b. ing, &c, oie. J-gf" To ascertain whether woman passionate or not, take a muddy dug into In r parlor. Another of the flssit Ladies nt ear rlly tesildea lo the elltcary of Dr. M'tane's Crlebrateil Ver mifuge, prepared by flmiiiiig uros., Pittsburgh, Pa. Saw V.ikk, February 7, I.Vtt. t do hereby certify to the puhlic that a child of mine, four years old, being troubled with worms. I whs In duced to purchase a bottle ol Dr. M'Laae's Celebrated Vermifuge, rriiired hy Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Ps , which I administered; and the result wa, It brought sway sn liftmen ftsmer of nwrme In bunrhes and strings; and many had the appearance of being cut to fleces. My child is sow enjoying most excellent hralth. take pleasure In recommending It to both old snd young, aa one of the best medicines erer used. Mrs. Ass Jssisns, 88 Ninth street. l"F" Pnrcheri will be careful to a-k for IIr M'I. ana's CsLsnstTKn VKasirrui, manufactured by Futsiao Hans, of Pittsburgh. Pa. All oilier Vermifuges In cuiuiiari- inn ara worthless. Dr. M'l.ane'i genuine Verinlfnire, Uo, his celebrated Llrer nils, can now be has at all re-siH-rtahle drug stores. Xontgenuiie n'inii ihr tig SMifMive (40) FLKMINit BROS. teliarlou etlce. The Funeral of Ree. Jesse Cunnyngham will he preached si Mt. Harmony on ths Third Sunday In Oc tober next. Sept., 1S5T. J. H.B. married. On the M Inst., by Rer. J. II. Truner, Mr. Hens Onn. Disn, of McMInn Co., to Mrs. Msr Tstias, of Monroe. On th 1st Insl., hy the Rev. J. W. Picker, Mr. Ws. T. Hies, of McMInn county, to MIm Nascr 0. Sddoats, of Roan county. On the Ail Inst., by Ree. J. W. Dickey, Mr. Osnsoa C. F.Lnairms, of Misa., to Miss Hassiht E. Cas, of Rhea counly, Tenn. Obituary. Pisn, near Mount Vent, on ths sth nit., Johs IIssst, son ot Hubert sod ItUta Snider, aged ons year, three mnutht and twenty-five dy. Thus, In the morning of life, ere s!n had made ons bint upon the pure aoul. Ibis little one was called sway fronts world o full of sorrow si)d dlappolntmrnis to a more congenial ollmr, where, free from ihe Ills of life. It shall lira forever In the preenc pr llliti who said 8uuVr little children to eoms unto me, snd forbid them pot, for of snch Is the kingdom of heaven." Il Is but natural to grlere when In.ed ones ?. fond embrace, and we would not check the starting tear, bul to the heresred we ould say. "Weep not as ibM who hare no hope," mr yet s tit. a wt.lle and yqu fhl,ll ff.eet sr.ln in Mist hrlgh.er and betier world where, wilh skies undlmmed by s al.igls cloud, you may lire an .. - . m - as ewtlii tlhsB lift 1 1 f) I. si t-.Fie eternity ot nappiness inreuis, , - - -- - Redeemer's countenance, "Aa remal Bowers that eoent ths awra, Hut wither In the rising day. Thus lovely wss tiits Infant's dawa. Thus swiftly Sad bis Ufs w." . Camp Meeting-. Mr. Editor: Spring Creek Camp Meeting, Decatur Circuit, will commence Thursday, September IT. Wa. C aicxsKT. Whit TefTi.PerfeinieeJ Bralh.anel BrimrrL Cowri-Siio r"n be arquired by nsing the 'Balm or a rAoowsf r ew. what lartv or gen tleman would remain andrr the curse of s dinasreea- ble breath, when be using the "Mils or a Tsocstar FliWRkj as a dentifri'-e, would not only render It tweet, but leave the teeth white as alabaeler Many persons do tnt know their breath Is ba1, and the sub-j.-ct is so delicate their frieti.la will never mention It. Beware sf cosnteneiis. oe sure eacn noioe is vignen FETitnxir. k co., jr. r. For tale by sll DruggtiU. Feb. 17-ly-eow-40 . COMMERCIAL. Augusta Market. Aoueirrs, Sept. I. Herewith I hand statement of onr Produce markpt. B.cos, sides IgaiSVr: hams 17 !; shoulders IS t.Mc. Lsao H 6 19c. Wbsit llo (& 1.85 for white of prima and choice quality, and IMS' l.W for red of prime and choice and qualitv. Flops dull at VMl S.V7S for supernne, n,T3 l&) S.Ik) fnr extra super ne: and 6..VI ffa I for extra family. Coas an We 0rs 45 tf .Mc. StisS Pas SI ff l.xS. RraiHc Sfc at. FKsTiieaa 4. -c. hcttbs jo ' xita. nam IX tt IS, Ussswas25c. OlUMSOStl sftc. tours. very truly, J. A. ANSI. FT, Oomninion and Prmlurm Merchant. MliMPni!. Sept 8. Wbsat Thert to s lltfe better feellns In Wheat, and all rood, drr and well-cleaned is readilv taken at our quotations. Slock lilit. We quote as follows Inferior Snia air: common ftlim .He; prime to choice 75 i S- choice white 9D A aac, These prices include bags 7c less bags returned. Njobvillr, Sept S. WsstT This srtlrle is still nn a stand, from 611 lit S5o. But little hat come in during the week, excet up. on old contracts. Toaclior Wanted. 10 take charge of the School in the Town district, to ' whuui liberal wages will be paid. Apple soon, to If. II. IIIDFR. I., ft. III'HfiT, Hoit'T ssior.it. School Commissioners. Sept11,1S57-3t-4M Forest Hill Academy. . V. L. TOIiK, Principal. , fllF. Winter Session of this tiistliution will oprn on Monday, Mui September. Term or session xu weeks. Tuition: First Cla ,0fl Second S.oa Third " li,'NI Payable one-half In advance. No pupil permiiled to enter the School without s Ticket signed by Secretary. No deduction made for lost time, unless in case of pro tracted sickness. A cotitingi-nt fee of e.1 per session will be charred. ny order or the nonrri. Sept ll-tf-463 THOU. A. OI.KAOK, Sec'r OOO 23 u.seliolea Prniiylviinia Cltner Seed. AS the season of the year fnr sowing Clover Seed (and the best of all others for securing a sure and heavy stand) is now at hand, we offer a rare ohance for securing an article that will give satisfaction. We re commend this ot of Seed particularly to the farmers of Simrtiniler MlUfy. Send on your orders and we will send you the Seed, sll sosnir iiim7 rrfh. tkbss or si.b r Jx.A. Kaoxville,Se'pt.ll,lS57. a ACT A McPllERSOS. Bounty I. nnd Wirrimt. T WOULD notify the public that Stephen Wlntnn ob- M. tallied a Bounty Lind Warrsn. for eirhly acres, under act or March Sd, IsM, for services rendereil in Canlnln John Porter's Coiupany of Militls. in ihe war of (Six, and on Ihe Stat day of March, 1857. he died. snd the undersigned, being Administrator, Dads Umt said Warrant cannot he round, It seeming to hare been lost. The number or said Warrant cannot be tarnished. The application made in the case hy tfouscr A Mi-Kin-ley, of Decatur, Tenn., la numbered 89.42. All per sons are warned against purchaalng said Warrant, it being niy intention to appiy tor s aupucate. JOHN ItllF.A, By his Attorney. Jrwapii Annaaao. Decatur, Tenn., Sept II, I8i7 ot 48 Valuable Land fur Sale. IT1IIE ondersiirned offer the follow! nr Tract of Lund A iittute.1 in MoMtnn counly, for salt to pay Athiw : 4lft tcrtii 155 of It cleared wilh three locHtioin to live nt, nnd a urn nil Ort'hnrd t each of well selected fruit Mutt ieren mile North of A then, on the mnln Rtock rond from Kentucky to Georgia nil tn one body, with Improvement1 toierHtiy frnoii, n-id woulii make an excellent ntwnd on the rond every thinpr necesntiry and convenient Factor ie, Milln, Ac., nil around It wood and water frood and plenty. Alio, two other umiill Tract In tha name neiirhborhooil. Alt can be had on reasonable tenn. Notea payable In Btnk will be taken fnr two thirds of the purchase money and ttie balance dwn. If not sold privately befurff the 25th of November next, will be sold on that day to the highest bidder. K.r further particulars, enquire of the undersigned, Bept U, 1357 t.l 46d 8. M. IKUHJKSH. In CliUHrerjr mt KinKtou. Sbptbmbkr Kvlm, 1857. Charles II. Mills ft Co., John O Patrick. t at. ITappearlnf from the alleatinni f th amended bill tiled in this eaue that Michael Gineerv. one of the defenlaiita to the same. Is a non-resident of the State of TenneMee, it Is therefore ordered by the Mau ler that publication be made in the Athens Pout for four successive week, requiring thesatd Michael Gingery to appear at the next term or the Chancery Court, to be held at the Court-house in Kingston, on the &d Monday or October next, then ann mere to piean, answer or tie inur to suifl bill, or the ftaioe fill be tiken as confessed against him and set for hearing r pTrte. THOMAS N. CLACK, 0. ft M. Bept 11, 1837-it-prs fee 8.'-4G8 8. H. Henry, Wllllnm 0. McLin and J. 0. Pteed. f T appearing from the allegations of the bill filed In M. this cause that Win. C. McLin, one of the dcfend-inta to the same, is a non-rerHder.t or the State of Tennessee, It Is therefore ordered hy te .Master that publication be wide in the Athena font fur four successive weeks, re quiring the Mid William C. Me Lin to appear at the next term of the Chancery Court, to be held at the Court house in Kingston, on the 9d Monday of October next. then and there to plead, answer or demur to said bill, or the same will he taken as confessed against him and ct for hearing pttrt. THOM AS V. CLARK, C. ft M. flept 11, 1357-4t-prs fee ,INMGS IVXx Ooolto'a Soliool, For Vouuay Indita. THK Seventh Session of Mrs. Cooke's School for " Young Ladies will commence on Monday. Septem ber 31st, to continue tfenty weeks. Terms as usual. Tuition payable In advance. There will he added to the usual instruction a Department for Drawing and Kmbroidery. Athens, Sept 4-t-4f.7 in tt.n of a Tilers d rr,owKKai iJus Juat recelvwl by Sept 4 M M. I1URN8. Fnlr Vnrnlti7 IFUPOXS Indebted to us for grods bonglit previous to the Nt of lat Jnutry will d t well to call and p:iy up by the 1st of October as we will wit no logger. So Look out. W. U. IIORTON. September 4 1S57. Price reduced to V-50 jt received and fr -ale hy Aug M . W. Ri)i-S. 4 000 Bus. Wheat. fWISH to buy 4,1X10 bushels prime Red and While Wheat. I will recelr. it at all times, whether the ltpot is elosed or not, J. M. HKNUKIWON. Aug (, 07 sas'ld.miisois. cssainij. enssrr. st.clsism. Moaot FALL IMPORTATIONS! 1857. TSIOTXGr A.JST eta CO., IMFOSTSSS inn WSiiLSSILI SSSLSaS IM Mnple nnd Fsncy XX "V Or O o u m. No. Public Squaie, Nashville. srnTF. hnve the pleasure of Informlmgour custnirrs and the trade generally that we are now daily revetting and opening our usual FAI.I. STOCK, which 111 be remiy tor eiuiuitinu oj tne siun in.u We invite the attention of th. trade to the examina tion of this stock aa we feel that with our long exierl ence and the facilities we enjoy, we hare meceedrd in bringing out sn assortment of goods which cannot tail tn pleane, as ri-gardf styles and prices, all who may fa vor us with s careful eiainlnatlon of It. Nashville, Aug lt-ik.ii'-ttt MOROAN A CO. Who Wants TVionev? 90 0.0 o o MAT BE OBTAINED BY KIBKINO In DOLLAR8! aires and Quarter Tick Is proportion. Jasper Coimlv tcadcniy Lotlerj! Jit Authority of the State of Georgia. 1IATASA PLAN, 8INOLK NCMBF.Rg. 30,000 Tickets -3, 886 Frlaesl Amounting lo .'13,iOO. Prlxrs Pnrble without lednctlon. ANDERSON & SON, Managers, AuoooJau'-s w . r. aiaw, Mdmtgnr. Our lotteries draw In Macon, Oa., (Small Schemesi gvcry s ilunUy, and luSavannab,(rs.,(Larg.6cbemea) about lh. 15th of every month. russ nn. Draws Sept. 13th, SS7, at Armory Flail, Savannah, Ua.,uniter tn. .won. sun.rinteuu.no. oiw.su Byta. ous sqd i, M. Prsntiia, a'H- CAPITAU of Sit,non, liymo, in.lKW B.nno, 4,0on, .il, 8 Prises of l,is, oofAisi, ItiOof ilsl, llsinIM, imi f ill. snd 14 Approiimating prises smouutlng lo ,7l. TUbett 110 UiUtf v-,vwrur mflB. Look to your Interest snd .niws this schema with sny other. H.nk Notes at sound Banks tsk.s at par. Checks on New fork remitted for Prisea. Address Orders lor Tickets or Csrtlflostes oi i--sagesoi iineetsto. , .SDKIHW.H A SUM, Managers. OctlT-Iy-tSI MaooaerBe.Tapasn.us. Swan & Co's Lotteries ! NEW AND BRtLLANT 8CIIEMK. Capital Piizr $60 000! Th. fnllowine jlcheme will be drawn be g. Swsx A Co.. Managers of th. Fort Haines Academy Lottery, in earh of their Uotleri. s for eVp!rn,li, ,1V7, at AU Ol'STA. Georgia, to which city they bars removed their Principal Office. CLASS 59, T. be draws in the city of Augusta, (teorrla.p public. tin Saturday, sepieiuuer Din, iiui. CLAP? M, To be drawn In th. city of Augusta. Oa., In public, on Saturday, September 12th, CI.A?M. To be draws In theclty of Aurnsts. Oeorrla.ls public, oa Saturday, September lKih, IsiT. CLAfs M. To he drawn In the olty of Augusts, Georgia, lo public, on Saturday. September 26ili, on the plan of Sincfle Numbers! G.40Q Prizosl .Vrary One I'riM to Start A'int Ticket t 3VI.fc;ixiioorxt Schema t To be drawn each Saturday to SVptemberl I Prise of MHKi 10 Prise of sii 1 do sn.imii' 1i do Tiai 1 do lii.'HM' 111 do ft hi 1 do " do 6ki 1 do 6..SSII 10 do 4a) 1 do 1t do fit HI 1 do l,.MHi17u do l.-Ml in do i, ism sii do , iihi 10 do ' Apprxlniutlon I'rlres. 4 priae.of 4( pproxlinatlngtoii,mHlare1.nn 4 do ftn approximating to SU.MMiare l.Sisl 4 do 8ilaiMrximsling to lii.mal are WHl 4 da l-'-' approximating to Tl ara tnai 4 do - lmiapproximatinsio .Vmmare ' -f hi 4 do , 1! approximating t. x.MHiare 4 do 'nil auproxlnieting to I.Sihi are Vn 6,0011 do S0r..... lon.lHai 6,41)5 Prises. amounting to S2O.000 H'An Tickrtt tlO uicrsS QuarUrt ijf. I'l.A OF THE l OTTKUV. The numbers from I to At), 000, corresponding with those numbers on th. Tickets, printed on separttle slips of paper, are encirali-d in small tin tubes and placed in one wheel. The first 4117 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are placed In another wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and s number la drawn from the wheel of numbers, and nt the same time a Prise la drawn from the other wheel. The number and Prise drawn out are oetied tn-1 exhibited to the audi, ence. and registered by the Commissoners; the Prise being placed against the number drawn. This opera tion li. repeated until all the Prises are drawn out. ArraoxistTKix Paitxs. The two preceding and the two succeeding nuiiibersto those drawing the first 7 Prises will be entitled to the ft Approximation Prises. For example: If Ticket No. ll'J.VI draws the SIVI.laKI Prise, thine Ticket" numbered 1 tills, 11211). 11?M, 112S2. will each he entitled to ). If Ticket No. fvVl draws the wSo.lino Prise, those TU-kHS i umbered M8, 549. Ml, frvi, will earh be entitled to HllO, snd so on according to tne annve scneme. TheS.min Priiesof tOAwlllhedetermlnedhythelast fignreof thenumherwhlchdrawethefl",n00. Forex amplr. If the number drawing ihe .rtn,iiiin Prise ends with No. 1. then all the Tickets wliere the number ends with 1 will he entitled to 2n If the number ends wilh Nn, 1. then all the Tickets where the number ends with will he entitled lo ', and an nn to II. tjrrtiflcote of 'iMW-npes will be sold at lh. following rates, which Is the risk .- Oertlfloaleof Package of 10 WhnleTicketi fin in nair so 10 Quarter SO 10 Eighth m tn In OrdrrlnaT Tickets or Crrtlf loatos, Eclose the nsone to our sddreas for the Tickets or dered, on receiptor which they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can haveTickets ending in any figure they may designate. The list of Drawn Numbers snd Prises wlllb. sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will pleis. write their signatures plain, snd give their Post Office, County and ."late. Keinemher that every prise ia arswn, sntl psy- able In full without deduction. All Pr xea of ll.ntH) snd 'inner, paid Immediate ly after the trswlug other Prize at the usual t'.mesf thirty days. All communications atrictiycnnnuentiiii. Arl'lres- orders for Tickets or (Vrtlflcntea to Jiin-ft-lv-4M S.SVN A CO., Ailguata, Os. reT" Persona reahllng near Montgomery. Ala., ar At lanta, Oa., can hnve their orders filled, and save time. by addressing S. Fwan t Co., at either ol those cltli s. fisT- A list of the manlier that ars drawn from the wheel, with th. amount of the prise that each is enti tled lo, will be puhllahed a'ter every drt.winr, in the follnwlnrpinera: New Orleans Dlta, Mohlle Iterlster, Charleston ?iand.ird, Naalivllle fiascfe. Atlanta In. lelllrencr. New York tVeekly niy Honk, Savannah M'irninr News, lllchmnnd Dispatch, New York Dispatch and Paulding (Miss.) Clarion. Notice to Shippers of Freight. TssSsrnRTATiOK DsrasTiricM E.Tssx.A Os.R. II. Co. I Athens. Auv. lit, 1s57. f THIS Company wllldelivcr any Freights received in to their Depots, tn s reasonable time, at the terminus of their Road at Daltnn to the owners or their agents (not ours.) they paying charges as per tariff and receiving the rreignts on nay oi arrival ai uaiion. tins Comnanv does not propose either to store freight, or drllver to the Weatern A Atlantic Rail Itoad, unless the owners have made arranraments with said Road to re ceive the same. Oars cannot be detained beyond s few hours for transhipment or storage. tn making shipments as ahore every facially lo the power of the officers of the Company will he extended tn ahlppers. Beyond the end of their rails they have no control and assume no responsibility. Aug 14-tf t6l B.C. JACKSON, Sup'tTrsni. VAI.lt AHLK Land for Sale. I'lIK subscriber will nfTjr for late, at public outcry, 1 on the pnmiaea, on the 2Slh of Anxust, If not pre viously disposed of, aTRAOr OF UNO containing 140 Acres, more or less, a larger portion under cultivation and in excellent condition. The said Tract adjoins the Lands of Wm Terry and Kllsha Bryant, McMinn county, and on which Pike Bayleaj now lives. Terms made known .n day of sale. Aug. H, IS5I-21 WM. S. I1ATNIE. NOT1CK It hereby given that s Bounty Land War rant. No. U.tifi. lor eiithty acres, issued on the l.'ol, S.,e nf trirch. I,',K. In mv favor, his failed to corue to my possession, and believing said Warrant to h ive been lost or stulen, I have entered a caveat at the Ueii eral Land Oflk-e of the Uuited .Hales, and will apply to have a duplicate issued u niy name. Aug 14, 1-107-01-411 JAUUU nuiii i.n.. HUMPHREYS HOUSE. Knoxvillcs Tfon. II. II I M P II it t: v s HAS leased for s term of years the large new Brick Building just Completed for S lintel, situated -,,;,,n a I,, vunlsnf the Paaaenrer Platlurm, (routing the Depots of both the Kant Tennessee aud Owirria and tMi Tciiueasee aim t irginis ksii noans, a.n.i .li.iimo inmi each and much nearer and i e riui- venient to the Road than any other Hotel, besides a saving of Hack or Omnibus hire. Passengers whu wish to lake the Flag, for Mnntvale fprlngs, or to Kentucky, by way of Clinton, will lie cull ed for promptly, every departure lor either place, by the Stages. . TiiM ir..rmr dws not think It necessttry to say he has kept a PuMIc House sny where, as sometimes old don u are lu,eerous thiinta. lie is dcu-riulned on making this s comfortable House fur those who may give him s oall. July DI-iMp. Groceries for Wheat. IUAVB s lot of Sugar, Coffee, Salt, and Tobacco, which I wlh tn barter lor Wheal. 1 will give the market price for Wheal and sell Oroeerles aa cheap as the cheapest. fJulydll J. M. IIENUf.Kaon. PIANO ronTBH. THK suliscrilior is miw receivni(f a nw stock of ELKfJANT PIANOS from tlir oliK-at ami most retpnnsilils manufuetories of the North, amonir, which ara 7 ootare riain Oiilrr fisnotj 7 Cseved " " 7 Half earvcl" M 6 " Plain, S round corner; 6 1'Isin " " 7 ' Graml Pisno, ry hear tonod. Also, ths Hn-liiir Piano. Also, ths celslirstsd Corrnonted Soundinq Board: of Bnnrdmsn, Hrsr A i'.a., which arr iHxoininff so rsatl popular in Enropa si wsll as America. All Pianos warranted to give sstisfselion. or no sslo. Also, lust rennireil, a Isrifs lolsctlnn of Piano Jmi Honifs, Polkas. Wall r,ea. Varia tions, its., As.; Guitars and Strings; snpsrinr Mel"ilians; llnriminlnmsj I'isiio Stools su.t Covers Pisnos tuned anil repaired. The snl)crihr refers to gentlemen who have ntireliAsed of him, throiiLjIiotit Eat Tennessee, Alshams and Gsoiyia. Tlie InsMnments ara tor sme at Athens and ChatlanonifA. II. O, CUUUb. Dsj . 1g.to-tf-4 Jg ""Tennessee Academy, &- 1. 1 ,. i ... Rhea rsunlv. Tenn. 1 n Pall snd Winter Seaaion or the Tennesss. Acad iu eommenc. .a Jl-mds v. ths lib of gestem. TlHiTriistess haes a.curl ths er rices ef C f . 0. Dstss and Lady for ths solving y.sr. July W, 1S5I-HSS-4B1 ' t. nOTL, Prrt, SX alio ' r ajsj 1 11E subscriber has os nans ant win keep a supply ' & COOK. BOX and PAKUIK eruVM.of R,.i,r,i msnulacture. and of We lrt anl nwt a,r.)ved pat terna, whii-ti he will fc-ll aa el,e, if sot clMpe. , lhau tliev can se procured of auy her re-rsou. His Shop is al Ihe West end of Min street, near the corner of Church Alley, where he iaviua all wlm waut SlnM .ft II He also keeps oo hand s .upply of TIN WAR .f ererv description, and ts prepared to put sp Guttering, Hoonns. Ac . Ac. at rcaeutiai.v rate. Athens, Aug .4-11-44 JA- C. CALHOUN. DENTIST XI "V. C. A. JOKDA.V, pETivr, TIMDERS his services to tn. public in sll the va rious branches of his profession. Extracting Teeth f.l.each. Th. cash is considered Sue, in .very Instance, when th. work is don. Office oa. doer North ef th. Store of th. late r. Boyd, Esq. Jo'! St-tf-tSl BY STATE AUTHORITY. CHOICE FIHST 'I.A.H 1SIUAME T VHK iBTXA Insurance Company, OK HARTPOfID, CONN. Incorporated ISlS-Charter Pcrpeluat. 3rIXl.X3 rtXid XTaTXslw.jXZD NAVIOATION INSURANCE, Calls th. attention of its friends, patrons, and the pub tic generally, to the billowing facta : OF ITS I1AVINO A C'aali aiMlul ! OO,000l With Assets amounting to sfcX.OOV.000.-4Q! Has truusactrd business successfully S3 years, and con tinues to progress In health, wealth, and vitality. Paid an Agxregate los or over IO OOO.HOOt In orraniscd on a National bal, with local agencies In all the principal places, uniler s Mercantile system; rnundi-il on a Cash siaiiouru, wun an enviame repuia Hon alike the same on the banks of the Hudaon, or the Missisnlnni. the (iulf of Mexico, or the Northern Lakes: presentinga powerful organisation as a conservator of public good and Bond of integrity; equal to all emer gencies it undertakes, worthy the stability and dignity oi an Eminent .1mnian Cttrjtoretlan, ON MERIT ALONG foauiilng Its claims TO PATHONAUE AND UTOIt, Affordlnr superior facilities and security in matters of liiBUrnnceCnmmcrcial, Mechanical, Mercantile, or Rural, while ranking for importance snd piil-lic service the ftrsl of FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF AMKRICA. Insures at Rates and Rules as Liberal aa the Risks as sumed permit for IkPVency and fair Profit. Especial attention given in the Insurance nf Dwellings snd Contests, for a period ef fropj ope to flve years. LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED ASP pnotipri.r paid. Policies Issued without delay by ' OkO. W. ROFS. Agent, June 12 8m 488 Athens, Tenn. Rates of Through Freight ran Charleston. Suva unlit Augusta and tlu.-on. ro KNOXVILI.E, AND ALL THE 8TATI0NS ON TUB Bant TeHumtri X ttrorgUi Hail tliuui. rnn.v- tri i a.! Hlli-T CLAr'fl Piano Porles, Hooks, Stationery. Bools, Shoes, Hals. Liiiuors, Oils, Ac (in bottles.) Campheue and Spirila lur neiitiiu fin barrels. ICariielinir, China, Disss and OUsHWare.Clgarsflll cases,) Clocks. Con rectioiiaries.Col ion earns. Casks and Uoxes, Dry Ciond? (In box- es and bale-.) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Bhrnbherr. Furs, Harden Feeds, Looking Glauses and Lnoklngl Glass Plates, (at owner's risk,) oys ters (in catia and jars.) SaiLII-rv. Tin and llrilaiinla n are. Tens and spices, Oeorvla muA Sontli Carolina Domes tics ier inn lh l,U.S2,f T6 SKCONI) CLASS. Ilnrdware, exi-pt such as s.eclfit-d tn first and third daises. CoOVe Mill., Molasses, Machinery, Forelxn Liquors, (in barrels and pipes,) Tobacco (in boxes,) leather (in rolls nnd boxes,) Oils (in barrels and raks.) Cnckcry and Queens ware ( in crates and casks, )j ltl..e. Whltitie. Plaalfr. ftheet UraSS sntl Conner-per i01 1,"0 TS, TO THIRD CI.AFS. Axes, Sugar, Shovels, Spades. S id Irons, PitandRir Iron,7.ine and Tin (in pigs,) Tin Plate, Anvils. Vlees. NnIIi. Caska of C'-alns and Hoes. Manilla snd Cotton Cordage. Cement, Coffee, Heavy Castings, Mill Bearing, Rail Road Wheels and Axles, Chairs and Rnlkes anil nn.ln fin barrels) tier lailba 80 ft). 56 APgrlAl. RATES. Furniture and Carriages (boxed.) snd other light articles not enumerated; also, Carboys or Acids or o-lieri.nem-trals, will nfwlmrgrd hy actual weight. . i.lu Sr.. i.n.a rules ner too lb. W lt 1.82 Slnxle Packarei of 100 pounds snd under, will be charred 28 cuts on each Road. Artlclei not enlimernlfd In the above rale, will be subject to classification by th. Agent st ths point of shipment. OwrcharO" to b. promptly settled by Agent deliv ering the goods. Damares In he settled hy Superintendent Transpor tation of this Road, and nn appeal from his decision on the part of connecting Hosds. In cases or litigated damages, each Road entitled to charge local rates from point of shipment tn destination. 0oo4s must he well and securely put np and plainly marked with name of consignee, destination, and Depot of delivery. This Thronrh Rate does not aneci tne t-.cai naie. oi 2d Fehruare, 18T. . , Throurh Rates on specin-il articles irom nasnvine, i published 4th March, 1S87, Is continued and contin ued. ...... . . , Ample rmtlce will be given of sny cnniemmaien in line, on the above rates. R. 0. JACKSON, Hup't Trans. Fast Tenn. C. Rail Road. Knoxvllle, June 1st, 1987-tf-4M UNION HOUSE. (Formerly Rail Itoad oruf,) Allirnss Trnn.s X3y S. X. C3riVto. THE proprietor respectfully snnniinces lo the public that he has recently rellllrd and refurnished the above House, and that he will use his iitmnai enneavor lo make It the 'rnvelcr's home. Ills table will b- sup plied wilh the best the country affords. He hopes i.y unremitting attention to comfort of his guests to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage. (Jaii2.V-tf-.t-.S 100 DHLS. KINO'S SALT, for sale by July to . J. M. HENDERSON. IM'IHSI'-SO PI.(HV.-'iiI received, s small lot of those erl,-hrted Nnslivllle Turning Plows, hlrh are for ssle, cAip. J. M. HENDKRON. July 17 IJI.OWS. A lot of Starbuck A tlrns.'Celebrsled I Plows Just rtceived and for snli- by July 17 S. K. IIF.FIr:R. IiniltCCO. Pine snd cheap Tohseeo.s good lot, forsalehy Jyl7J SKHlIRN A HQ NKHV. SIIFFT IIIOisj. A large lot of Aineriran sua Rua.lan Shed Iron juat received and for sale by msyM OKO. . HUM. iTAIl rsjOI.ri. A lot of Slar Candles, for sale at 38 cents per lb , at ..,. July 17 rFIIOKN k HORNSHVS. D ft V. J. TICK i:il! fhalrra nrs p. rase of ( upplnff "'!.'"'!?';. ill June H KNB. TTilBill su.ply of 1)11 1 lit nerally. iV June Is WM. IIURNS. n tllPa IF ('OM'llni 4. Mors of tliet. celebrated Singing Dooks for sale I.y May 22 U. t. OIIIS0N A CO. KOOKtt D STA'I'IOXFK V. Ju.t n. celved, s large aaanrtinent of School Rooks, Paper, Harrison's Ink slid Fluid, Pens, Pencils, Ac, and for ale by April 111 GEO, W. HOBS. UrA VI I I-A Journeyman Saddler, of steady snd Industrious habits, tn whom eonstant era slormentand liberal wages will he given. Apply Ira mediately. (Athsn.. April IT E. A. ATLKB. CI IIO I'.lt I !. -)".l received s good .lock of BT prime Snrar and Coffee. Also, a large lot of the vers best Star and Adamantine Candles, which I will .ell cheap for ca.h. (April lit . W. HO0S. api !. l"g:S. Choice Onld Penai f.adlss Fine W Oold Pensi Onld and .-.liver Cases of ths most ap proved pattern.; from Ihe colrhratad Pen manufac turers Dawson, tVarren A Hyde. Jii.t raeeiesit and fnr salelo'w.by F,b7J SHHORN A IIORNSHV. WntHtm l"l N t I.I--. A good Two Hon. Wat-op snd Harness for sals low by D It t. K. HEEDER. CIO I Si and Tbcrs.-A Ine assortment of Cigars, and S lolof the bst qualitv Chewing Tubscco.by Nor 14 SEII0RN A I10BNS11V. Ctl.OTIIIX'J. A large stock ef Raady-Mad. I Clothing, Just received and for sale by OP,,4 A.ri.EAflK A CO. IKt l'N ttltnP.N. A splendid sasnrt. Bl.l ml .f Hoots sus saoes, r.oeiveu ami tor sal. sots4 A. CI.EAUI A CO. noltlng f lotlia. -a&TrMPFRI1 4.8, 1, 1,1 and ill, on hand and for sate. I Oct. 8. 'J MoEWEN A OIl.l.KSI'Ik. Ilipril TCi ".-A Isrg. lot.sullabls 9 for Halls, Parlor, Ac, for sale. Oct 10. 'M McKWEN a fltl.tF.?PI. rppr.R.SplM,0lngersn4 Soda. Jnst nnend and f.r sals by Jas ( DFU0RN A U0RN3ilV. STOTE CALDWELL COLLEGE, ltiersllle, Tran. I IIF Sceanrt Scilo, af this inslltutics wfll eemmene the ftrsi We,iursd..y cpti.ib. r. Alll eueb Cald well I'nll.ae i. sh.i iu Its hi'amy, il Is tb tnttiit..n and de:, ruiliiaUon ol 11m 'Irk.. .Ld i:..u!t thai il shall I be eon,lu,-ted uHa suik pr.nclpUsas t. comnieiid it lo iriaa.us ! vtarouyA f-niralojo, and skall FeliSer It, ill poiul l advaaug.- awwwd ts IbiUUitlva is thai South or South-west. fcogersville alrealy enjeva aa eavlabt. reputatieas lor ns edueatlnaal arivaniages, and II is lh. dHermins tisal ef to. friends of educatlen, wh. hav. Mijjsrkeal In tin. esterprate. that the work a auspiciously begun shall be carried forward, and that our schools shall aa) of suck s character as to command lh. respect, confi dence and patronage of a discriminating pol.hc. The Institution la under the Presidrsry of KVv. A. DAII1LLL, D D., a gentleman of flunked .cholnraliip and large experience as an lustrnctar .( euili; s gen tleman who ia esteaairety known ss one of lh. most eloquent divines of the Sustu. He wiU k. aided by aa able Faculty. Locsnoa RogersTill. Is a thriving vlllart.sod tn a country noted for its healthful climate and lis Tarleit snd picturesque beauty. It is about fourteen siHes Irom Hull's Cap, ou th. K. T. and Va. Railroad, th. point at which the Rogersrille and Irffrrson Railroad will inlrr ect said road. It is now connected with the Kallrvad by daily hack, so that there will be no difficulty in reaching it. The Dram h Railroad is sow under con tract and will be pushrd forward with energy. BnAsniHo. Hoarding ran be had in the brat families of the village, so that while absent from horn. Uie am dent will not be deprived of th, amenities of domestic association. Students upon their arrival in th. Tillage will, upon aiuillcsiiim toJ.U. Mitchell, Treasurer, or J. W Rogao. Secretary, be Sided iu seenrinr hoarding houses, tXPKNHKS. Tuition, per term of twenty weeks..... 920 Doard, Including lodginr, furl, lights, J per week.. 4H Wahing. er dnaen.o?.1, eta., or go tier ters. D Janitor and Incidental, ver term S Library, Ordinary Krpairs, Ac 4 Total, Fall Session w ' Spring Sessiou TS Total for the year 144 hiirue of last Session, which will be forwarded to sny 0eap"J'"S Ull.ir.,..rr.,. jai. rtuiA.,cec y tioara irusiees. Aug 21, 1887-Sin 43 Dolivar Fomitle ciidcmj, Madlsanville, Tenn. FBIHR T) Inter Session .f thl. well known Institution a) will commence on Hi. 4Ui Scpteuiber frut. a. at. GA1M.S, Principal. 7rwia, Srt4im of 80 wreJ-a, nse half in advance . Primary Class Siielling, KeatHng. Writing. Arltli- metlcal Tables, Primsry Orography, end Brows'. Firat Lines iu Knrli.h Orammar 970 The 4th, Xd, Junior and Senior Classes, which em brace tlie entire course Ir.on I'xtras : French Language, (apokrn). H'.OO Music on Piano or (iuitar So. HO Linear Drawing 10.00 Painting In Water Colon l.VM) Oil Palming fr',00 Vocal Music without charge. The coitr.e of study at this School emhracrs every thla, tanrbt at our best Female Colleges. Tl.r l)r part meni of Music will soon be supplied wilh as sccore pliahed teacher. Hoarding In th. best private families st 92 per week. For further particulars, pitas, ses Catalogue. JOSEPH L'PTON.fA. J. A. Corns, See. (Aug 14-110-40 Notice. ALL persons having claim against the estate of Marshal Oatewond, dee'd, ara notified to appear al Ihe Counly Court Clerk's ofBce in Benton. Polk coun ty, Tennessee, snd tile lh. same, aulhentlcatrd in ths manner prescribed by law, nn or before the 2utb of No vember next, as il hath aniieared. by simestlon.to ths County Court of Polk counly, Tennrksir, that said es tate Is insolvent. li. UA l i-.niiiiu, snm r Anr 21. 17X1-4(18 of Marshal Gatewood, dee'd. Wheat and Flour. gfjs HE subscriber have completed Ihe most perfect sV arrangement that can be made for ths .ale of Wheat and Hour, and during the ri-maluuVs of this year will drrctc their attention slmot exclusively to Ihe sale of these two articles, and Hi-v can say lo their patrons, with certainty, that thry will realise aa much net mon.y by shipping here a to any market beyond Atlanta, and will do it wilh less r'ak and tn aherier time. As to the peculiar advantage of our market every one I fnmltiar who knows its locality. . 1V( will accept mi days hills nn Wheat, payable tiers or st Augiistn, for three lourths th. value of ahipnicuts, accnmpiinlnl hy Hall Road receipts. We Ihlnk II ad visable for shippers of Flour lo draw most of their bills at 48 ami frl days, as more llm. ts required for Hie sal. of Flour Hum lor Wheat. Hy reference lo our weekly reviews of ihe mnrkel, published In the Tennessee pa pers, von can alway know accurately what these aril, cle sr. worth. SKAUO, AHIIOTT A I'O., General Commiasi.n Merchants, , Atlanta. Os., Aug T, A1 If Maryland State Lotteries far '5T. C011BIN & CO., Lioenurd Agent. Are authorised by the Managers lo (til alt orders for Packages, Tickets or Shares, In the JtJIUVI.JI.'0 LOTTERIES. These Lotteries are drnwn In public In th city of Baltimore under Ihe .tiperlnlemlenc. f the Mnlr Lottery niiiillnn'r Who guarsntees Ihe fairness l th. Drawings, and lh. official drawn numbers are puhlUlied in the journals nf Ihe city of italtiiuorc, with his certificate lusting his signature. All PrUet are Guaranteed bit t IHate. ONE TRIAL MA V MAKE V0(! RICH FOR LIFE. Splendid S. Ill-men Drawing Dally. Send your Orders ts con III .V CO., The Old Established Anthurltcd Agents wh. save sold M'lltK 1'itiZES tlian sny other cilice In the State of l'atapsco Institute LoMery. Thl favorite Lottery Is drawn dally. Tlie Capital Prises Hie te.OllO, 7,laK), 8,(W, bjtm, Ac. Single Tick els, Out Dollar. CertifcaUt of rackagtt I 88 Whole Tickets 10.O ,-fl Half Ticket B ID 24 Quarter Ticket 4,00 Nothing Vcn.tire Nuthing (.Bin. Tickets b- ught hy the Packuge are always the molt profitable to the purchasers. For 9?8 we send package Wholes, llalvr. ami (Junrttr. For 91(1 we send package Halvesaiid I Whole Tikels. For 98 we send pnekage Quartrrs and 1 Whole Ticket, Look at the fullowlllg Splitatid fiiehttne, One o which sre drawn at 12 o'clock each day of ths week. CLASS 40. SC11 KM K. ti.inm is 1 Prise of.. 9T.IHKI 1.H41 8,(H1(I 1.601) 4IHI 4 1411 1 .11211 82S 8.1H4 28,740 ,...:aiat 1 Prise of 8 Prises of 4 Prises of 4 Prises of... ..... 2i7 I'rlu-s of 1112 Prises of l Prises of Prlsra of 28.7411 Prises of 1.K4I IS l.iaaisi-e...... 4u(i sre 1(KI sre Sll are ID are 4 ar ...... 2 sre. 1 are Ru,:)10 Print, ainounlins tn Tickets ftl Pokomoho Lottery. CAPITAL I'MZi: 24,uou. CLAPS FIVE. Certijtcattt of fucknget: 28 Whole Tickets I'D 211 lliilf Tickets. 411 26 guarler Ticketi ill 20 highlit Tickets., 1(1 stums. 1 Prise of... 8 Prises of ... ft I'rlse of .. 211 I'rlse of ,. 2u Prises of 20 Prist or.. 20 Prises of .. 127 Prlr.es or,, ftrt Prises of.. 68 Prises of. AS Prise of.. 6H Prises of.. g.i"" Priin of.. 2K.4D6 Prise of.. ...9'M.(K0 Is. .924.000 . 12,IKH) ,. Il.omi ,, 1B.8HT . S.IKKI . 6.IHHI . 4.ISKI ,. 12,700 . 8.180 ,. 2.820 . 1.KISI , 1.560 fO.IKHI .HT,liM) 9'.oii 2.mai are a,KMi ar e ar 4l Ml are Roll are 2m sre loo ar. Ml are .40 ar. So are 20 ar. 10 ar. 6 sre 27,314 Prises, making.... Tickets SO snares in rroportion. tOOK I TllTs IS WORTH A TRIAL, $30,000. Maryland Consolidated Lottery, For lh bnt fit of th suhovehasa canal. CLASS FIVE. 1 Prluof Sd.ian Dollar II...... 1 I'rlse of ....,,..10.000 Dollar is 1 Prise of ft.oOO Dollar I 1 Prise of.... ... S.titi7 Dollar I rtriiai Prise of 1.000 Dollars sra ,.. 1,',1'ilsrsnr rvm Dollar ar.,,. 28 Prlsra of Sno Dollar, ar. . .. IM; Prises of 2iki dollars ar. . .. A prises of Iihi Dollars sr. . .. 12 Prises of so Dollars are ... VI2 Prises of 60 tmllar are ... IKS Prises of 40 D.-IUrs ar. ... 8 (lift Prises of 90 lioliar r. ... 28 74i Prists of 10 Dollar sr.... ..f.Tn.noo .. 10.ISM) .. fi.000 . .Ho7 ..lfin.000 .. 12,800 .. T.800 .. 18.214) .. .6li0 ,. 10 800 .. TWO .. 2i4 ,. 72 Kro . ,S.'i7,4oO .f5tj4T S0316 Prise, srnnuntlng to Orffgcnfe. nf Pavkaaeu 2 Whole Ticket i 91,11 Ml ID Half Ticket On I 94 Quarlrr Ticket ' ISEighlh Tickets 1,W Ticket. 10 Share. In Proportion. We Inv.rlably answ.r letter by return wall, .Mint ing the tickets In s good safe envrlnpe, asd lwsy ob. rrv th strictest conBdrnce. Afler the drawing I over, w.. end th official drawing, wllb s wrllter ex planallon ef th. result of 11.0 renlure. All Prises bought st this olflc. sre p.yr.w. Irimedl.taly sfter Uis drswlng In Current Merry, and we iskr Hank Kutss of sny State, or Hank Drafts In payment for Ticket si par For odd amounts Iu making cbsi.se w. rrcrivs postage stamp-, they being more conv. nleni than silver. Corrrapondents siay place th. utmost conSdener In tl.. rerularpy and tarny of lh. malls, s rrry fw or s miscarriages of money happen when propel ly directed In us. He csrrful that you mention your I'Ml Olllre, Counly and State. Civ. us at least on. tlngl. trial, von cannot los. much. If pol gain. On. .W sje trial maT make yon Independent for life. TRT I'H. liters shftuld be B. lucb word s fail. kMrtn COIIftN A CO.. Bog 190 Post Office. Baltimore, MA. Orders for tickets Is sny of ths Maryland Lotteries prompt! s'trndrd to. Circulars containing a list of at th batteries fur th south, forwarded on rf etna. tj 12 wm it.