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Good." The New York Tribune pertinently aye: These are daya io which the Soriptnftfi ii futtilled iJay in which hard men reap where they hnve not sowb, end (father where they did not strew. In timea like . thin, to him that hath not ie taken a amy even nat which he hath. The active, industrious, en terprising and enerjjctic portion ol the com munityHndthcmaelvjuatnow rery mu.ri in the condition of sheep beared to keep other people warm, or of bee. who, after la borinall Summer to fill their hive with hon ey, ju.taa the winter is oommf hnd them solve, .moked o..t. and there .tore., so h borouslv accumulated, appropriated for other peoples'use. Our system of doing business on credit, with all iU convenience, and at traction., ha, a. o many of our biisinesa men are now bitterly experiencing, it. very serious drawback, too. First or last, after all, capital will come in for the linn'a slinre. Extra interest i milking sad havoo with gain, that were thought to be secure, while stock, which had been relied upon not mere I as a permanent investment but as n re source that could be turned into cash at nny time, must now be parted with to raise mon ey to meet note, falling due, at a great de preciation from their actual cost and their real value. The sum. thus squeezed out of our active business men accumulate, for the most part, in the hands of a few bankers, who, having avoided any risk., and kept clear of any debts, are now prepared to buy up note, and .tuck, at astonishingly luw prices, transferrin)) into their own pockets, often by a single transaction, that which It haa cost those who are obliged to sell, un der these untoward circumstance., years of toil and care to accumulate. It seems to be agreed that capitalists have mit had such a chance for investment for a great many ytar punt; so that in this, a. in other mat ter, the o'd proverb holds, thal."it ia no ill . wind that blow, nobody any good." " The Railroad Irtkrests. The N. York Courier nya: We amy sny with perfect truth to capital ists and to holders ol railroad securities th the time ia not far distant when the railroad system w ill assume a prominent and profita bleahape. The railroads are built and must continue to demand business from nil quur ters. Kiilroiid Shares now 20, 30, 40, 60, an 60 percent, discount will tre oug be quote among our substantial and remunerative shares. A few years since Fire Insurance Shares would scarcely bring 25 cents, on tl dollar. ' Holders were uniuc. asurily frijhten ed and sold nut . to those whose foresight showed a speedy return of business and pro fits. The same will take place with railroads, Fire Insurance! Companies advanced their premium, until they became productive. itailroad comiMiniea must follow tlie exiirnpl and advance their Ion IT of freight and passen ger travel. The community do not wish or expect these companies to do business with out profit and the investment of seven liuu dred or eight hundred million of dollars ns in railroad construction are too important to be further jeoparded by had management. Fares must be raised, speed must be lessened, and the number ot trains reduced. I'lace the rail road interest on a reliable and permanen footing, and nil other important interests the country, financial, commercial, man ul'actur inr, agricultural, will henceforth assume In "lily prosperous shape. Cnpital will here paid arid labor w ill again be in demand us it should be. Trur to thk I.f.ttf.r. The Philadelphia Argus thus hits the nail on the head : "Bank notes are not even the representative of ino nev they are only the representative of debt, J hey show that the bunk owe. so much mo ney that the ('resident, Directors, and Com pany have promised to pnv, but that they will do it, that they can do it, is quite another thing. The New York Journal of Commerce says, to the question, "what is a specie-paying bank ! "I. it a bank which pay. specie o long ns nobody wants it, but the inoinen there I. any special call for it, "will not sub mit to a runt" From the example of l'hila delphls, Baltimore, Providence, &c, we should aay that In their view, this is the proper deli cition of a specie paying bank. If it bo acnr rcctone, the whole idea of a specie paying bank is n humbug. Such is not the meaning attached to the term, either here or in Boston, A Siowificant Movement. We mention cd a few diiyewign that the Cincinnati Com. tnercial charged the uemocrncy in thnt city with having become Americanized. We find thnt a large number who hart) heretofore acted with the Democratic party in Hamilton county, Ohio, hnve abandoned it and united with the Americana upon a full ticket for county nndcitv officers. Several of the mem bers of the Democratic Exccutire Committee participated actively in this movement. This split in the Democratic party ia attributed to distrust nt the Irish tilth olio influence by which the Democratic Convention was con trolled. I he union of Americans and con servative Democrats was effected nt a meeting of the American party held in Cincinnati on Katurdny, nt which a paper, numerously sign ed by Democrats, was presented, proposing n union between the Americans mid the disaf fected Democrats. The signers guaranteed a vole of Ihiity-tive hundred on the part of the uemocrncy who were dissnlished with the action of the pnrlv in its lute convention. 1 he proposition w:m accepted, and the candi dates previously nominated by the American party nnvmg withdrawn, n union ticket was presented. Louisville Journal Praibir Wind Floor Mills. A now improved wind flour mill tins been invented in Illinois hy Snow &. Co., of Dixon, of that State, Several hnve been erected and in operation. Each mill has two run of four- feet stones, and each run grinds ten to twelve bushels of corn or wheat an hour. It is esti mated that the wind is of sufficient power to operate them nine months in tho year. Alleged Cung for the "Una Cholera." A farmer in Perry co., Ky., stales that he has cured every ens,, of "hog cholera" which haa occjired in his drove, by throwing the suffering animal on his back forcinir nnon hi. mouth and applying a small quantity of lar io mo roots ol his tongue. This is certainly worth tmng. A Uoous "Famhis." A few weeks since a statement went the rounds of the papers, Io the effect (hut n famine had broken out in Liberia, accompanied by an appeal to the benevolent here, for the letief of the sufler crs there. It now turns out that the famine was all in the imagination of sonic Jeremy Uiddlsr, who wanted to fill his own pockets on Airman account. Letter, received at the fit! ' "niT"'' m-"' Bllii'r". August "DuDSR.OMS,"An ..v..!, m exchange paper any: 'A correspondent verv ..,m . . that a certain yJ? XL mem occasionally. ur . r.. I IV. aweary horse, lie ha. iried th. ;ed70 a seed wart with great tWwnm v, .bin not try it; for, first, we have no horse; second ho never swen.s, third, w. have n waS fourth, we have no seed;fifth we don't belie?- w woek t me remedy; atxth.il will be very likolv to Injure the horse; sad eventh, it's kind o' tasty. SvrimriiH, Tenn., Oct. 6th, 1857. Editor Pott: Knowing that you are to be furnished with a complete list of the premi um, awarded at the Cleveland Fair, by the I Secretary, I shall only give you a sketch of how the thing was managed, and how um Monroe boy. were treated. The Fair ground is situated on a very pretty bill, one mile South west of Cleveland, on the land of Tho. II. Callaway. The land ia new, and of eourse very rough yet. Inside of the inolosure there js a. fine water ai ever rnn out of the earth, and a plenty of it The track i. too short, but they say there will be a good one against next Fall. Wm II, Tibbs and Henry Davi were the Marshal and conducted the busi ness well. There was a large crowd in at tendance many more than the citizens had anticipated, and the new brick Ilotel not be. ing 6nUhed, the "monkeys" were somewhat crowded. The Monroe boys, with a portion of McMinn and Polk, fell io at my old friend Robert MoCroskev's, where we fared sumptu ously and enjoyed ourselves '"hugely." Our host understands making his guests easy, for which he has our thanks. As far a. I. heard all were satisfied with the Fair. I am sure no one can say Bradley county was selfish, as most of the premiums were awarded to other counties. Where Fairs are conducted on the plan that this one was they are sure to prove a blessing to the country where they exist. Cleveland is taking the right steps to become one of the moat business places in East Tennessee. The citizens are not afraid to let a dime go for fear they will never see it again they are enterprising, business men, the most of them. The Monroe boy. come away well pleased with their treatmeut at the Cleveland Fair. Respectfully, II. B. Y. Melancholy Casualty. We are pained to record the melancholy death of Mr. Rob ert Dowie, says the Charleston Standard, of Sunday, who aotne time during Friday night, fell from the window of his sleeping apart ment, three stories hiy.li, and was taken up dead from the pavement yesterday morning about five o'clock. Mr. Bowie was clerk nt the wholesale dry good, establishment of Messrs. J. S. & L. Bowie, corner of Meeting and llase) streets, and occupied a room over the store as a sleeping apartment. Having been at work in tho store till a lute hour, it is sup posed that he took a seat near the window for the purpose of smoking, perhaps before retiring, nnd being much exhausted from close application to business, ns this is the busy season, he must have fallen asleep, nnd losing his balance fell to the pavement. His head was badly crushed, nnd death must have ensued in a few moments. Mr. Bow io was in the prime of life, and was beloved and esteemed by a large circle of friends. The Panic in Columbia. The South Carolinian alludes as follows to a lute "run" on one of the hanks of Columbia: The only effect of the money panic at the North on our hanks here, so far, is the fol lowing: An Irishman from the lower part of the district, who heard of banks failing in Philadelphia, enme up on the morning train, nnd hurried to one of our hanks, where he drew his deposit, consisting of $100. Soon alter leaving the bank, he showed the bun dle of bills to n friend, nnd exuUingly said, "Be jabers, I'm all right now. I've got my money safe, and intend to keep it locked up in my chist, until things gits straight again." He returned by the evening train, with the bills all safe. This is the only run upon our bank, that has occurred. Mr. William Fiske, of Cleveland, Ohio, made a statement relative to an nrti cle of blue mass, purporting to he of foreign importation, which had a decided run in tl i e Western country some time ago. No one would buy anything but the English article no one would touch anything else. Fi nally the siiccest with which the article had met caused nn examination to be made of it, when Io! two-thirds of the mass was found to consist of blue clay! a pound of which might be swallowed with mpunity. A Healthy Statu of Murals. What is the state of morals in your district?' snid a long faced reformer to a farmer who re cently visited town. "Pretty good," replied the farmer, "every body aeem disposed to mind their own busi ness in our parts." Death of Ilea. W. S. Venablr. The telegraph brings the melancholy intelligence of the death of Col. Venable, Minister to Guatatnaln, nnd successor of the late Hon. John L. Marling. Col. Venable was a citi zen of Winchester in this State, nnd leaves large circle of relatives and friends. He died of cholera, which is prevailing as an epidemic ut (Jiiiitiiinnla. Tub Counterfeitiko Business. The uni versal bank suspensions nnd failures through out the Union nro complained of very much by I lie rascals, who, at great labor and ex pense, had been to the trouble of counter foiling their notes. The latter hnve become worthless," ao '.bat the counterfeit will avail nulling, eve i. if it should pass for a genu ine note. i St. Louis, Oct. 3. About sixty Missouri- nns are encamped ut Sugar Creek, I Jim coun ty, Kansas, lor the purpose ol voting. I he f ree state men have sent to uiwrenee for arms to protect themselves and the polls. E. W. Clark & Co., bankers, have lulled. Cincinnati, Oct. 3. No important failures. No first class paper protested. Business closed much mure favorably than wus an ticipated. Pittsburo, Oct. 3. A meeting of mer haiils nt noon justify the suspension of the 'eiinsylvauia banks, ond ask the Governor i extend legislative aid, and to mitigate the lenalties till resumption. l-tif A man down East got married the other da)', and was so full of bliss that he requested "all the papers in the world to "please copy" the announcement. tnf" Accurate experiments have been made in Illinois to test the eomparutive va! ne of timoihv and clover hay. The experi ment were carried on for two years, and the results were that the clover hay uniformly ielded ten per cent, more milk tliuu the timothy. CT A family ia South Gordon, Maasa- chusotts, were recently poisoned by eating meat, after it had been stung by a wasp. Buckwheat. The Columbus (Pa.) Dem ocrat says there ia a very large crop of this excellent grain in tho country thia year, and, whittle better, that It is a full yield, ana Wheelbarrow Mat Mar. The Balti more American gives an account of a Dew method ol surveying: the " heelborrow man is a surveyor, busily employed m measuri ngthe length an tnkinit the course of roads, location of build ings, boundary line, of farms, &e, preparato ry to getting up a map of Iho country. Di pensiiiKwith a chain, his wheel measures i a certain number of revolutions, exactly one rod on the eurlace of the ground. 1 o the wheel is attached a clock-work arrantremen and hands, nnd by inspection, the dislmce troin paint to point is noted as he rolls hi barrow along. To the barrow is affixed compns. stiff, -mid at every crossing an change of direction in the road, he sets his compass and notes the course. Then th solitary individual, dispensing with the usu al paraphernalia of chuinmen, flagmen, max en chains, pins and states, by trundling his little machine around, will in due time pre sent nn accurate map of the country. Show- ing nil the roads, streams, mills, churches, school-houses, dwellings, farms with thei owner's name, and also plats of our towns, villages, nnd this, loo, at a moderate cost to the purchaser of the map. Pious Gamblers. One of the most amusing instances of external piety we re member 'vitnessing was in a Madrid cluh, where every night, towards 12 o'clock, rouge el noir table opens. Occasionally has happened thnt when the game was at the hottest, the table strewn with gold nnd notes, enernesa to be read on the flushed countenances that craned over the green cloth, there was heard in the street the link leoft'ne bell that announces the passage of the Host. Instantly the game was suspend ed, the gamblers knelt upon Iheir chairs o on the floor, and rroaied themselves arid mumbled prayers while the consecrated wn ler passed on us way io some dying man m bedside. The sound of the bell and the priests' feet grew fainter, nnd ns it died nvvnv the gamblers resumed their seats, again grasp ed their gold, and stretched their necks, mid once more it was "liouge pagne el la Cou- leur, li luck wood I JUagatine Jot Sept. f-ff" "What! a man, nnd never in love? Pshirv, a man must have n heart of ice, a soul as lifeless as a corn-cob, the gizzard of a goose, and a head ns sappy ns a cocoanut!'' t-ff A dun was somewhat taken back the other dav by llvi coolness with which tlio debtor said, "Call next Thursday, mv dear sir, exactly at I I o clock, and 1 11 tell you when to call again." fjy Reports have already been received of the lo-s of forty-eight vessels in the same gale in which the Central America founder ed. A Thing Worth Knowing. What is the difference between a woman who tears her dress and one who pnds? One bust, her stuff, the other stuffs her bust. Itrliirloiis police. The Funeral of Rev. Jesse Ounnyughani will be preached at Ml. Harmony on tin Third Sunday In Oc tober next. Sept., 1357. J. II. B. What onr iVrlarhbor. Say of Dr. M'Lane'a leicoriueu Liiver run : Nw Yons, Auguit 80, 1852. We, the undersigned, hnvinir made trisl or Dr. Mc- l.sne Celebrated Liver rills, prepared by Fleming llros, Pittsburgh, must acknowledge that (hey are the best medicine lor Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, and Liver Complaint, that we have ever used. We take pleasure til recommending them to the public; and are confident that if those who are troubled with any of the above complaints will give tnein a lair trial, they will net hes itate to acknowledge their beueHclal effects. Mrs. Hill, Kat Troy, Has. Stkvins, West Tror. Purchasers will he careful to sak for fir. M'htne't CrlebmtMl LiTnr 'a.msnufuctured by Plimisg Bans, of Pittsburg, Pa. There are other fills purporting to be Liver Pius, now berore the pjbitc. or. i'Laiie's genuine Liver Pills, also his celebrated Vermifuge, enn now be had at all respectable Prug Stores. Hon gen ulnmUunalntunMu,rty (4-1) ruutmo linos. While Teeth, Perfumed Hreattt. and BlUCTiruL CoMrLKXios can be acquired by using the 'HUm or a rnoiuutwi ruimn." what lady or gen tleman would remain under the enrse of a disagreea ble breath, when by using tlie(,RALM or A Thousand FLowKk" as a denUfrice, would not only render it sweet, but leave the teeth white as alabaster? Many persons ao not know tneir nreatn is baa, and the sub ject Is so delicate their friends will never mention It, Beware of counterfeits. Be sure each bottle is signed rKiuiuuK a ixi..jv. r. For sale by all Druggists. Feb. 2f-ly-eow-440 Died, OntheKth September, Cohuklia Minn. Johnstoh, Inlant daughter of lierry M. and Phoebe L. Johnston aged eighteen months and fourteen days. COMMERCIAL. Atlanta Market. Atlanta. Oct. 6. Below please t ni statement of prices current with us to-uiiy : IIacos, clear sides, Tenn., 1T St 13c: Western and Tennessee rib sides 16itf jt 17Xc; shuhlers and hams, scarce, 15 lsc. Lahd, scarce, 16 ldc. Fi.ocr, superfine and extra family S2.NI 2,75 $ hundred, in urns, or sacks, (.ous.wns two. yvuiat, red and white, 75 & O.V. Business extremely dull no disposition to buy at sny price until ine money panic mows over. Very respectfully, RKAOO. AlinOTT 00.. Co imittion Utrthuntt, Atlanta, da. New Firm and New Goods, MARTIN, VARNELL& CO,, l,lI.IIOt., TESJI., VRE receiving and opening;, in their large new Store House, one of the largest and best selected stocks ol Fall and Winter Ooode ever opened in Katt Tennessee. The assort ment is complete, tsinhraciiij; every thing the people need in the way of l Ji Y GOOD S. (J ROC Rill E8, QUEKSSWARK, HARDWARE, C UT L ER Jr, A'OiV, STKEL, PAINTS, OILS, Ac, it. Th finods vers bouelit low. Iiavini! had the advantage ot the reat preseure in the New lock money market, and ot eourse they will be sold the same wsy. Call and see For y oursel ves wot, v-u-ii i W HIVE Just received a beautiful lot of KeadyMnfle Clothing, vnicji 1 win eeu ci.eap lor rasn. Oct fl C1KO. W.ROSS. Chancery Court at IMkevlllc. JJenjamio F. Ikidgman, vs. Iierinh Frailer and Joseph F. Beit, et al. IT appearing from the allegations in the complainant's hill that ths defendant Jo seph F. Ueid, Is a non resident of the State of Tennessee, it is therefere orJered that pub lication be made in the Athens Tost, requiring ssld non-resideut defendant to appear on or before the uexl term of the Chancery Court, to be held nt I'ikeville. Bledsoe county, Ten nessee, on the 3d Monday of March next, then and there to answer complainant's bill, or I lie same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing t part as to him. & C. NO It WOOD, C. d AT, Pikeville, Oot 9. 188fl-4t-prs fee 3H72 Cliunccry Court at IMkevlllc. James S. Pankey, Administrator of Bird l'ankey, deceased, v. Wiley Jolinson and Andrew J. McCulley. IT appearing from the allegations in com plainants bill that the defendant Wiley Johnson is a nun resident of the Slsts of Ten nessee, it it theiefore ordered that publica tion be made in the Athens l'ost, requiring aid non resident te appear on or belore the next term of the Chancery Court, to be held at I'ikevillo, Bledsoe eounty, Tennessee, on the 8d Monday of March next, then and there to answer complainants bill or the same will be taken for confessed and set for bearing it part as to him. & a korwood. a t it. rikcville, Oct 0, 1867-it-pr. fee 3-m H.irtJ Timr Come at Last ! RIT I m just receiving mv X.l 1 ftjicl Winter Stools, of OJ-OO cl fc S"d setting thrm off cheap, t sin taking tb p.iper of all the Vree Banks, snd nearly aU of the Stock Banks, at par, for floods. Those hotdlog any of it would do well w give me s eill soon. If they want good bargains. Oct 9 liEO. W. ROSS. 3Vt ABIE'S Newly organised Double Troupe of Menagerie and Circus Magnificently fitted up for the season of 185T. Manager B. B. BRI.AND. Equestrian Director W. II. Hrot'T. King Master J. KSfH.KR. Clown TOSRV PASTOR. (Irolesque Merryinan GARRY DKMONT. Keeper of the Menagerie Prof. BKAaLklY. 1'or One Vny Only Afternoon and Evening, At MADMOVVII.LK, Thanlav, OcM.fr W: At ATHKSS.Vilni, fh-M,rr 1tfM,lSM. Doors open al 1 o'clock and at T P. M. Performances commence half an hour afterwards. Admission to see both Exhibitions, 50 cts. Children and Servants o cts. A- Grand Froooaalou ill be made In the forenoon of the (ay of Exhibition, preceded by the Musical Chariot, Drawn hy FOVB Bt. El' HA NTS I The following is a condensed pro gramme of the principal Perform ances given by this splendid tronpev Entree 10 horse. Comic Kong, by 'fount Pastor. Brillinnt six horse set, by Mr. W. n, DIUlTi Keats of Posturing and Leaping, by the Conklin Ilrothers. Cannon Rail Exploits and Feats of strength, by the Herculean ArtUt (Jranil Principal Act of HORSEMANSHIP. Hy W. PASTOR. Dislocating and Muscular Experi ments, by Mr. Hahilst. Elegant Act of EQUITATION", ST MADAMOISIM.B LEAMEtf. Graceful and Artistic Horseman ship by the youthful DEMOTT. Illiistrationsof the Grecian Arena ny the Compauy, headed by W I'iSTOE. 8teple Chase and Hurdle Act, by U. UKMOTT. Mr. STOUT will Introduce his eel brated Trick Horse, BLACK DIM02TD. Tumbling by the Comnnnr. The Cf lehrati'd Trick Pony, Orphan Boy, will be introduce I Into th Itinir. A I oo the Clown and his Comic Mule, only thirty inctiet high, ana go throne! witn their wonderful per formal. cen. The great Persian Equilibrium call- LA PERCIIE, By W. H. Stout and Oarkt Dkmott. Two (in-at Clowni, MR. TONKY P A 8 T 0 R. The great Yankee Clown, whose geniui for Inventing Nw Stories and mlrxh-creating hits at the times have been so extensively copied and gitg'd by all the other clown in the country, will open an entire new budget of fun, arranged to suit the year 1VT. Toney l'it tor wilt also delight (lie audience hy singing his favorite dllty of "Has any body seen my sifter," as sung by him more than 5o times In al) the great Circuses of the world, with the most ore rpflwer.ua; applause. The French (.rotefq'ie, GARRY DKMOTT, i" in iiimHiuie mi iiiuncniiiiua,! una. Tricks, Witticisms and practical Jokes, which hare established his reputation as the Piist Comic Per former in the ring. A terrific rnn tart with WILD BEASTS! By Professor Rkakmit, who will en ter the den of Lion, Tigers and Leopards. The following list comprises the Wild Animals, now exhibiting In Mabie's joint MeNngerie nnd Circus: Four Colossal ELEPHANTS!! Forming the team of the OltKAT HAND CHARIOT. Ten MugniftVent Mons, Royal Ren gal Tigv-r, Unzilian Bluett Tiirer, Leopards, Panthers, Cougar, Oce lots, Tiger Cat, Str1pd and Spotted Hyenas, Orirx'y and Black Hears, Camels and Dromedaries, Lamas, Burmese Cow and Alp teas, gray and black Wolves, white Coons, Badgers Porcupines, and a wilder ness of Birds and Monkeys. For further particulars, see large Pictorial and Dnncripttve Bills and Lithographs of. the Company. Oct It 473 Notice, IX obedience to A decree of t lie Clisncery Court at Athens, rendered st the August. term, 1857, I will sell, at the Court house loor in Athens, to the highest bidder, for cash, on Sat u ni ny, the 2Utdsy of November next, tne uuuor. mi lai in me town 01 Athens, on the South side of Eantnnnllee Creek, known ss the "riehorn property," nnd nt present occupied ns s residence liy K. T. Kngledow. Also, a VACANT LOT in said town, adjoining the Luis of John Crawford nnd the Lot occupied ss a proeerv bv Cate 4 Walker. J. II. CHOKE, Trustee. Athens, Oct 9, 1857-71-472 The Secret Infirmities of YOUTH AND MATURITY, Jiut rnlili'httl, Gnittn, the 2.V4 Totwrtnrf. A FKW words uu the rational treatment, without meitirlne. of Fnt-rinntorrliea or Local Weakness. Nuiturnal Kmis Inns, lienitnl anil Nr?oiia Debility, Prctiiamre Persy of the Systi-tn, Impoteni-y, and Im pediments to Msirhiie jeneritlly, hy Jt. K LANKY, M. I). The Important faet that the many alaririnpr cam plaints, orii.'liiatin' iu thu imprudence nnd solltndp of youth, may he easily removed WITHOUT MKMOINK, ia in tills small tract clearly demonstrated; and the en tirely new and hiirhfy successful treatment, as adopted hy the Author, fully ci!lned. by means of which every one is entitled to cure HIMM.F perfectly and at the least noi'ible 0m, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums a the day. Scut to any address, frails and post free. In s sentrd envelope, by remitting two pg'tase alamns to Dr. 1E LANKY, 17 l,j"-nard street, New Tor. 0t ly 4. "W, O. WITT, (late 4 AH'"; 71-nn.,) CLARK, HYDE & CO., (Snectuon to linonereU, Hyde Clart,) DIRECT IXPf'STKRS or Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c, No. 19 .Meeting street, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel, CIIAHI.rcSTO, s. c. BOSSRT A. n.lSS,...ISB)S BYP...i5naw T. JISDISSOS. Oct S-tMi 1 Agents wanted! Uue a pen. w wmiicn AT ATHENS, To make sale of G n O V K It V HAKtK'S Family Sewing Machines. This Is Uie enly 8ewlnr Machine ever Invented to fully answer the pnriiose lor general family use. ror particulars, anuress NA8IIV1LLK SEWINrt MACHINE CO., Oct 8-8m No. 4 Public Square, SathtilU Tnlto ICotloo. N ths With day of November, l7, 1 gav W. n. Hurley two Promisory Notes, each for Mai, ons of Ijicli was navable twelve niniitba s'ter date and the other two years after date, with Inleiesl from date. I therefore forewarn all persons from trading for said notes, as the consideration fur which they were given has failed, and I do Dot Is tend Is pay them unless com pelled hy law. i. f. K.M1T1I. bouaun, uci s, 1 -vj 1 -ot-, 1 1 Ui:ui:i:kk & lu.yky, II AVKJust received snd opened Ihsir large snd well eelected slock of Fall and Winter Goods! consisting of s variety of articles, embracing s general assortment of Wry Uoods, Urocerlrs, Iteady-iuade Clothing, Hats snd Caps, Bunts and Shoes, 1, atl lew I'sncy lre UvoAn, of every description 10 an usailnstlon of all which the; Invite the community. Sept K Ifi Sip Swan Sl Co's Lotteries ! NEW AND BRILLANT 8CIIEMS. - Capital Prize $60,000 ! The fallowins Scheme will be drawn by g. Bwta k Co., Managers of the fort Uaines Academy Lottery, in each of iheir Lotteries for October, ll67, at AU GUSTA, Georgia, to which city they have removed their Principal Office. CLASS 06, To bs drawn In the city of Ane-usta, Oeorvia, In publio, on Saturday, Octutxr t, CLASS o7. To b drawn In the city of Augusta, Qa., In public, on BialurdaT, October luili, lsil. CLASS M, To be drawn in the city of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on Saturday, October ltth, CLASS 69, To be drawn Ip the elty of Augustn, Georgia, In piiUlc, on Saturday, October ilth, ls.,7. CLASS 60, To be drawn In the elty of Augusta, Georgia, In puhMc, on Saturday, October Slst, 14S7, on ths plan of Single Numbers! B,40fJ XrlBoal Nearly On Mm to Beery Kine Ticket t IVTrt Brxiflooixt Soheme J, To be drawn each Saturday In October I 1 Prise of.. .f.lll.lXKV 5 Prise of. .... 1900 .... lHt .... Tuft .... ft-HI .... Don .... 4"0 .... ISO .... 1UU 1 da sVi.ihH) 6 da 1 do Il.il 6 do 1 do 1,600 5 do I do 5.immi fi do 1 do ,5i) UK) do 1 do ' 1.M01ISI do 5 do ljm.tM do Approximation l'rixi-. 4 prises of $4O0approxlinatlngtotV),0iK) are fl.sno 4 do soOapproaimatlngto n.nnrl are l.JuO 4 do iih) approximating to are "0 4 do I'iA approximating to 4 do 10;) approximating to 4 do T5 approximating to 4 do 60 approximating to 5000 do SO are 6ili5 Prises, amounting to T.M0 are BuO Mm) are 4M 8.M0 are 8u0 l,6i0 are i'Kl 100,01 Ut ...t32bT6oV5 M'Aofe Tivtrtt 10 iileesS ?uaeOi- iX. 1'I.AU OF THK l.O I I l:HV. The numbers from I to SO, OOO, corresponding with those numbers on the Tickets, printed on separate slips of paper, are eucirsled in small tin tubes and placed In one wheel. The first 44!7 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are placed in another wheel. 1 lie wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at thesametlme a Prise is drawn from the other wheel. The number and Prise drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audi ence, and registered by the Commiesoners; the Prise being placed against the number drawn. Tills opera tion is repeated until all the Prises are draw n out. AppaoxiMATlus Patsaa. The two preceding and the two succeeding numbers to those drawing the first T Prises will be entitled to the 2 Approximation Prises. For example: if Ticket No. ll'i.M draws the (60,000 Prise, those Tickets numbered 1 124S, 1 1240, 1 12.M, 1 12.V2, will each be entitled to f 4ul). If Ticket No. MO draws the Sli.(IO0 Prise, those Tickets numbered IMS, 649, Ml, 6S2, will each be eatitled to (300, and so on according to the above scheme. The 6,i)O0 Prises of 2A will he determined by thelast ngurenf the number which draws the SDO.IUIO. For ex ample, if the number drawing the tOO.OOO Prise ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets where the numberends with 1 will be entitled to f'20 If the number ends with No. 9. then all the Tickets where the number ends with i will be entitled to and so on to 0. flrrtlfimtnaf VK-i-npetwillbesold at the following rates, which Is the risk : Oertlflpateof Package ofl O WhnleTlcketl 30 " " 10 Half " 40 " " 10 Quarter " 90 ' IO Klghth ' 10 In Orderlne Tickets or Crrtificate Eclose the monej to our address for the Tickets or dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they may designate. Tlielist of Drawn Numbers and Prises wlllbe sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and give their Post Office, County and State. , Kemember that every prize is drawn, and pay able in full without deduction. All Prises of Sl.OoO and under, paid Immediate ly after thedrawlng otherPrliesat the usual tlmeof thirty days. Allcominunleatlonsitrlctlycnnflilentlal. Addrea orders for Tickets or Certificates to June 6-ly-4SI ". SWAM t CO., Augusta, Gs. 'W Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., er At lanta. Oa., can have their orders filled, and save time, by addressing 8. Swan Co., at either of those cities. ST" A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount nf the prise that each is enti tled to, will be published aler every drawing, In the following papers : New Orleans Delta, Mobile Iteglster, Charleston Standard, Nashville Oaset'e, Atlanta In tellieenoer. New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah Morning News. Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch and Paulding (Miss.) Clarion. OOO X3usjs1io13 PoniisylTanla Clover Sefd. A S the season of the year for sowing Clover Seed (and the best of ail others for securing asurs and heavy stand) Is now at hand, we offer a rare chance for securing an article that will give satisfaction. We re commend this lot ef Seed particularly to the farmers of SwefUctitrr Valley. Send on your orders nnd we will send you the Seed, atl nountt and fresh. Tkrus or Sals OrA. Knoxvllle,8e'pt.lI,1M7. OAUT t McTIIERSON. Fair Wnriilnir. IJERSONS Indebted to us for goods bought previous to the 1st of last January will do well to call and pay un by the 1st of October as we will wait no longer. So Look out. YV. 0. IIOltTON. September 4 1S37. Who Wants Money? $00,000 mat ne outainkd by hiskino io dou-arsi Itattet and Quarter Ticket t proportion. Jasper County Icarfcmy Lodcry! R) A uthority of the State o f Oeorria. HAVANA PLAN, 8IN0I.K NUMMJiRS. 30,000 Ticket a 3,280 Frlzoa! Amounting to (215,260. Prizes Payable without Itcduction. ANDERSON & SON, Managers, Hncceetart to J. F. Winter, Manager. Ourlitterlts draw In Macon, Oa., (Small gohemcsl every Ssturilar, and in Savniinub, bs., (Large Schemes) about tlie 10tl of every mnnth. OLAPS CO Draws Oct. 1.1th, WT, at Armory lTttll, Savannah, Oa., under the sworn snporiiitenilenee ol W. R. Sym ons and J. M. Prentiss, Esqs. capitals of n,oon, gn.ofln, in.noo, B.ono, 4.oon, S.imxi. 8 Prisns of l.issl, ft or 6'in, lim of 100, HHIof 60, 8ium ef UU, and ti Approximating prises amounting to 8,I(KI. TicX-eteW IMvee Quarter 2,50. Loot to your Interest and compare this scheme with any oilier. Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. Checks on New York remitted for Prises. Address Orders for Tickets or Certiilcates of Parlcntres of Tii'ketsto ANUKRSON A fON. Manasera, Oct 1T-Iy-421 Macon or Savannah, Gs. "W1 lioat "vrV nutoda -g sT.4t1t IIU8I1KI.8 prime Red Wheat wanted J mJrr immeriiatt'ly. ticpt. U J. M. HENDERSON. Forest Hill Academy. 0. L. YORK, Principal. THK Winter Session or this Institution will open on 1 Monday, Ulh September. Term of Session 90 weeks. Tuition I First (Mas .00 Second " Tlilnl " W.W1 Pavnble one-half In advance. No nupll permitted tn enter the School without a Ticket signed by Secretary. No deduction made fur lost time, unless In case of pro. tracted sickness, A contingent fee nf tl per session will be charged. Uy order of tin Board. Sept ll-tMOS THUS. A. UbB.lMK, BCO y. - RA Tl SK V'M A 1 X A t.H at T K KSS T.F., Price reduced to Hi, 50 Jast received and fr eale hy Augiia U. W. ROSS. SAMLD. Moan AM. CHlKinl. CltaSIT. ST.CLAIS M. MnsOlg FALL IMPORTATIONS! 1857. ivxoncrivN' tj 00., ISPUSTCRS i0 WUKUtSALS DIALSSS IS Staple nnd t'snrv D n Y O O O D 0, No. 49 Publle Squaie, Kaahville. WE have the pleasure of luforinliugour customers and the trade generally that we are now dally receiving and opening our usual FALL STOCK, which will be ready fur exhibition by the sinh lint. We invite the attention of the trade to the examina tion of this slock ae we feel that with our long exgierl euee and the facilities we enjoy, we have auccenled In bringing nut an assortment of goods which cannot lail to please, as regards styles and prices, all who may fa vor ue with s careful esaminaliun ef it. Nushrllls. Aug l4-An-4t MORGAN A CO. from the Lynchburg, Virginian. HUMPHREYS HOUSE, Knoxvllle, Tenn, II, HUMP II KEYS II AS leased for s term of years the large new Brick llidldlne Just completed for s Hotel, situated within s few yards of the Passenger Platform, fronting the Depots of both the blast Tennessee anil Georgia and !!.. Tennessee and Virginia Hall Roads, about the same distance from each and much nearer and more con venlent to the Road than any other Hotel, besides a saving of Hack or Omnibus hire. Passengers who wish to take the Stage for Montvale Springs, or to Kentucky, by way of Clinton, will be call ed for promptly, every departure fur sillier pises, by The Proprietor does not think It necessary to say he topi s Pulillo House any where, at sometimes old documents are dangerous things. He le determined on making this s comfortable House for those who may give hint s osll. July tl-tM4 STOTES! GT0TE3 ! THK subscriber has on hand an 1 will keep a supply of COOK, BOX and PMll Olt STOVES, of Eastern manufacture, and of the beet and most approved pat terns, which he will sell ai eheap, if not cheaper, than they can be procured of any other person. liis !h.p ia at the VYeat d of Al .in street, near the corner of Church Alley, where he lutites all who want Stoves to call. . . lie also keeps en hand a supply r TIM WARE or every description, and is prepared to put up Guttering, Koollng. Ao, Ac, at reaoouable rates. Athens, Aug lOtf-toA J AS. 0. CALHOUN. BY STATE AUTHORITY. CHOICE FIRST CLASS I.SCIt AXCE IRST CLASS I.t sr THS MVS A. Insurance Company, Of HARTPOrD, CONN. Incorporated .S18 Cimrtcr Perpetual. NAVIGATION INSURANCE, Calls tbt attention of its friends, patrons, and the pub lic generally, to tne inunwing tacts i OF ITS HAVING A Caah Capita! sf .100,000! With Assets amounting to $l,oo7,ooa.42i Hat trail sac ted huvineM tuccfeiifuIIr.Sh year, and con tinue, to prffrese ia ..rait... we.ltli, and riUlit.T. Paid an Apirrepte lost of over f 0.000,000 ! Ii ooraniied Ou a National bails, with I oval afrenciet In all tlie principal place, undcf a Mercantile ytetu; founded oil a Caah Standard, with an enviable reputa tion alike the tame nn the banki of the llmUnn, or the MusivvippL the Gulf of Mexico, or the Northern Lakei; presenting a powerful orffaniialion at a canservator of pnhlic ftowl and lionrt 01 inu'frniy; eiUrii to all etner fuuclct It undertake!, worthy Die nubility and dignity of an Eminent dmitiran Corporation, ON MKRIT ALONB found in ir Its claims TO PATKONAOK AND FAVOR, Affording superior facilities and security in matters of Insurance i'onimerclal Mechanical, Mercantile, or Rural, while ranking for importance and public service the first nf FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES OK AMKIUCA. Insures at Rates and Rules aa liberal as the Risks & sumfd permit for Swlveticy and Fair Profit, Especial attention given to the Insurance of Dwellings and Corneals, for a period ( from one t five ream. LOSS t 3 EQUITABLY ADJUSTED PROMPI LV PAID Policies UBued without dclav by GKO.W. ROFS, A(r.Mit, June 12 8m 4.VI Athtins, Toun. "Rates ofhrouglil'reighr rsnx Charleston, Snvnminht Augusta and -llurou, TO KNOXVILLK, AND ALl TUB STATIONS ON THE Bant Trnnftrt Y Uf 014 til Hail toad. r-FROW- FlliST CLAM Piano Fortes, Hooks, Stationery, Boots, Shoes, Huts, Litpiurs, Oils, Ac, (in bottles.) Campheiie and Spirits Tur pentine (In barrels,) Carpeting, China, tilass nnd (JlaHware,Cigiirs 111 cases,) Clocks,Confectinnaries,l'otton Cards, Casks and Boxes, Dry Onnds (In box es and bales,) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Harden Seeds, Looking Glasses and LnoLing Olass Plates, (at owner s risk,) Oys ters (in cans and jars,) Saddlery, Tin and Britannia Ware, Teas and Spices, Oeoriria and South Carulina tioluea- tlcs per lim lbs 1,15 Sin 76 SKCOND CLASS. Hardware, exept such as specified in first and third classes, ColTee Mills, Molasses, Machinery, Fnreiirn Liquors (in barrels and pipes.) Tohaccn (In boxes,) Leather (in rolls and boxes,) Oils (in barrels and casks,) Crockery and Queensware(ln crates and casks,), 1 Rice. Whltine. Plaster. Sheet Brass and Copper per ino lb J.W T6 TO THIRD CLASS. Axes, Sugar. Shovels, Spades, Sad Irons, Pig and II ir Iron, Kino and Tin (in pigs,) Tin Plate, Anvils, Vices, Nails, Casks of Chains and Hoes, Mnnilla And Cotton Cordave. Cement, Coffee Heavy Castings, Mill Gearing, Hall Road Wheels and Axles. Chairs and Strikes, snd Rosin fin barrels) per 100 lbs 80 ni M SPECUL RATKS. Furniture nnd Carriages (hosed. snd other light articles not enumerated; also, Carhoys of Acids or other Ohem Icals, will he charged hy actual weight, hut. at dnuhla first elnss rates ner KKI lbs I ,30! ICS; 1,52 Single Packages of lis) pounds sud under, will be charged 2A cente on each Road. Articles not enumerated in the above rates will be subject to classification by the Agent at the point of shipment. Overcharge t be promptly settled by Agent deliv ering the goods. nmn ires to he settled hv Superintendent Transnor tatinn of this Road, and no appeal from his decision on the part of connecting Koans. In cases of litigated damages, each Road entitled to charge local rates from point of shipment tn destination. (limJs must be well and securely put up and plainly marked with name of consignee, destination, and Depot Ar Allvrv. This Through hate) does not affect the Local Rates of td Febrtisrv, ls&y, Throunh Rates on specified srtlcles from Kashvllle, as published 4th March, ISM, Is continued and contin ued. Ample notice will be given of sny cnntemplsted ad vance on the above rates. It. C. JACKSON, Sup't Trans. Fast Tenn. A Gs. Hull Road. Knoxvllle, June 1st, lSfiT-tf-dM IMPORTANT NOTICE, To Vll Oonoornoci. ALL persona Indebted, either hy note or account, tn the Brni of J. A. Wright Co., or to Wright, Wil liams A Co., Sweetwater, are earnestly requested to call St once and pay up It being necessary that the busi ness of these firms, now dissolved, should be settled up. We hope our friends will heed this notice, and nut put ss to the necessity of placing Iheir notes and accounts out fur collection. J. A. WRIflllT, . J. A. COFFIN, C. W. COFFIN, Bept.18,l8ST. 8. Y. B. WILLIAMS. WIM.IAIHS V III npiiiirvs nAVINO bought the Interest of the above named parties at Sweetwater, will continue the business st the old stnnd, where thev.wlll kei p on hnnd a gener al assortment of DRY UOODS, OllOI'KRIKS. and every thing else In their line, to which they iuvlte the atten tion of old customers and friends. Sept 18, 1 157-11 Ja-;9 noni v m:f,o.-a few bushels prime M. clean Timothy Seed for sale hy bept IS J. M. IIKNDKRSON. fflf' II PLOW,-Just received, s smsll JL lt of those celebrated Nashville Turning Plows, which are fur sale, clwap. J. M. IIK.NUr.IWON. July 11 '. A lot of Stnrhnck k Bros.' Celebrated Plows Just received and for sale hy July 17 S. K. BKFFR. T lOIIAft'O. Fine and chenpTohacro, a good lot, forsaleby (JylTJ SKIIOHM no iv-ui. Slls.DT I HOW. A large lot of American snd Russian Sheet lrun Just received and for sale hy nay HI 1"LW: ?'!?L ST A It CA!j IH.KM. A lot of Star Candles, for sale at 35 cents per lb., at July 17 . SKII0RN IIORNSBY'S. DII.W. J.Tt CKEIl'Sl liolernj riii. June Pi WM. Bt'llNS. Arsss of Cupping Ilrumetli. June VI WM. 1I HN8. A'fRKSH supply of Jill I ii en'.",.l,T-nl.I,a June H 1HT"N8. at sr AIIP F COI.I IviniA.- More of these M 1 celebrated Siuglug Books for sale by May it v. r uMirjun CO. HOOK tll STATIOKIlll V.-Just re ceived, a large assortment of School Books, Paper, Harrison's Ink and Fluid, Pcni Pencils, Ac, and for sale by April IU 1IF.0. W. ROSS. T.lfAvTCD- Journeyman Saddler, of steady V V snd Industrious habits, tn whom constant em ployment and liberal wages will be given. Apply Im mediately. (Athens, April 17) K. A. ATLI'B. H4 (':it I ;J4. Just received s good stock of " gf prime Sugar and Coffee. Also, a large lot of the Very best Star and Adamantine Candles, which I will sell cheap for eash. Aprimj (t. VY. ROSS. fi OI.I pi: S. Choir, Oold Pens; Ladles Fine gf Gold Pensi Oold and Silver Cases of the most ap proved patterns; from Ihe celebrated Pen manufac Hirers, Dawson, Warren k U.vde.Jnst received and for sale low, by IFcb S7J SKIIOHN A IIUKNSHY. WA;0 FOII .1.1'. A good Two Horse Wagon Slid Harness for sale low by D.e 19 8. K. REKDER. CIOAKM and Tobnrrss. A Bne assortment of Cigars, and s lot of the best quality Chewing Tubaoco.by Nov 14 BF.IIORN k HORNSBY. CLOTIIIXO, A lsrg of Heady-Msde Clothing, Just received and for sale by oct 4 A. CLKAOR A CO. llOOT" ISJB MIOF. A splendid assort. 1J men! of Bnote snd Shoes, received and for sals eotsA A. tLKAUK k CO, NrMBFftS4,6,,8,n' Hi, nn hand snd for sale. Oct.t.'M MuCVYKN k OILLESPIK. 1)jpi:H IIA"l A Urge lol.sullable for Halls, Parlor, Ac, for sale. Oct 10,'M , McK KN A OILttSPIt. IatEPPER, Sldce, Olnger snd Soda, Just opened snd for eale by Jao t SKHORN A HORNSBY. piano poutbs. ryllK suhserilier is noir rec. ivine a new I. stook of ELEGANT FIAXOS from th uKU'St snd most responaibls rnsuufsotorics of the North, BTioni whieb nr 7 octsvs l'lsin Ceuter I'ianoa) ' 7 " Csred. " " 7 " H!f tntred" " 6 " risin, 2 round earners J . t ., 6 " l'lsin " " " 7 " Grand Piano, very LeAvy toaod. Also, the) Diidoir I'iano. ' Also, ths celebrated Corrugatti Sounding Roardt, of JJosrdnisn, Grsy A Co., which sr loeoniinz so vastly popular in Eurof as well as America. All I'innos warranted to giv sstisfuotion, or no ssle. Also, jttat received, a lores selection of Piano .IiiJi'e 8onp, l'olkas, Wslties, Ysria tions, itc. As.; Guitars and String; superior Melodinns; Harmoniums; I'iano Stools and Covers. I'iantrs tbned and repaired. The snliscriher refers to gentlemen who have purchased of him, throughout East Tennessee, AlahAms and Georgia. These inetmmsntl art fur sale at Athens and ClmtUnoo-n. 1L G. COUKK. PeoJ, 1856-tMiS Chancrry"SaIe of Mill Site & Land 1UUSUANT to a -decree of the Chanoeey Court at Athens, nt the August term, 1857, I will sell, on Ihe premises, on the Stll dnr of Noveniher next, the MILL KITE and LAND ATTACHED, containing seven acres 9A poles, more or less, it being the) Mill Sits thai belonged to t he estate of Jsoksnn Smith, dee'd, and where there was in his lifetime a Grist nnd Saw Mill. A credit of sit, twelve! and eighteen months will be given on nil, ex . copt the sum of fifty dollars, which will be ' required to be paid down. Itond and seeu rity fertile remaining balance, with interest from dnte, and a lien retained on the Land until all iepaid. WM. LOWHY, C. it Af. Sept 25, 1857-6t-prs fee H60-480 ' Notice to Shippers of Freight TsjixsroBTiTiOKDa7'iKTitsiF;.Ttsg.4 Oa.R.R.Co. I Athens, Aug. 12, l(t(i7. f' TeHIS Company wllldellver any Freights reoelved In to their Depots, in a reasonable time, at the terminus of their Road at Dalten to the owners or their agents (not ours,) they paying charges as per tariff ana receiving the freights on day ol arrival al Ballon. Tills Company does not propose either to store freights or deliver to the Western k Atlantic Rail Road, unless ths owners have made arrangements with said Road to re ceive the same. Oars cannot be detained beyond a few hours for transhipment or storage. rn making shipments as above every facMlty In ths power of the officers of the Company will he extended to shippers. Beyond the end of their rails tlvey liars no control and assume no responsibility. Aug U-tl 104 R.O.J AUK80N, Pup't Trsne. Fourtli Fnlr - or tiik TKNNF. SSF.K state: agiiu i i. h u . i. nrnrAt'. 'I'llK Fourth Annual Fair of the Tennessee Htate As ' ricultural Bureau will be held on the Bureau's 1 Grounds, neur Nashville, coounencing on Monday, Oc tober 12th, snd continuing every day during the week. Premiums of the most liberal cbarcter are offered In every department of farm, plantation, mechanical, manufacturing and home industry. Competition Is In- . vitrd from every county of the Suite. Printed lists qf the premiums and regulations may be obtained on ep plicution In the Hecrctary. rVpt lsn1-4r.ll K. 0. EASTMAN, 8ec'y. ti.iM op a tiim'sawd pi.o Pits Just received by Wept 4 WM. BURNS. Man land Stale Lotteries for '57. CORBIN & CO., l.iceneed Agent, Are authorised hy the Managers to fill all orders for Packages, Tickets or Shares, In the .viti'rjt.yn lottehmes. These Lotteries are drawn tn pulillo In the city of Baltiranrr, under (he superintendence of the Stule l,oll-ry nilllosir, Who guarantees Ihe fairness of the Drawings, and the official drawn numhere are published In Ihe Journals of the city of Baltimore, with his certificate beating his signature. AU Prtiet are Guaranteed tv th fUate. ONE TRIAL MAY MAKE YOU RICH FOR LIFE. Hpleudld Scheinos Drawing Pally. Bend your Orders lo CO It It I i iV O.. The Old Established Authorised Agents who have sold MORE PR1ZKS than any other ortke in the Slate of Maryland. I'iitapsco Inslilufc Lo!lcry. This favorite Lottery Is drawn dally. The Capital Prises are tn.uuo, 7,0m, li,uut), Ae'slO, Ac. Single Tick ets, One Dollar. Certljtcatet of J'ackaget: 26 Whole Tickets flt.OO "fi Hall Tickets 6 MO It Quarter Tickets 4,1)0 Nothing Venture Nothing (ialn. Tickets be ught by the Package are always the most profitable to the purchasers. For fvft we send package Wholes, Halves and Quarters. For till we send pneknge Halves and g Whole Tlkets. Fur 1 5 we seud package Quarters and 1 Wbule Ticket. Look at the following Spit it did be lit nits, One of which are drawn at 12 o'clock each day of ths week. CLAPS 49, S C II K Al K. 1 Prlre of.. ?.ihhi i f7.noo 1.H4I1S 1.H4I 1,ihhi are 8,IKK 4il sre l.Onl KKI sre 4tHI go are 4140 HI are IK'JO 4 are MS tare RIM 1 are 2fi,74 1 Prise of 8 Prises or 4 Prises of 4 Prises of. SOT Prises of iH-1 Prises of l.'fj Prises of 4.IW2 Prises of 25.741) Prises of 811,810 Prises, sniounllng to M,'iia iicaeis si. rokomokc Lottery, CAPITA I. PRl.K 'M,UM. CLAM FIVE. PertM.ultrm nf I'tt.'bttnrt Ttn w noie I icseis , ...W 4(1 .... 20 .... 10 ...ted.ono ... 12,000 ... IH.lHMi ... HUisf ... P.ll'MV , .. S.IKKl ... 4.IMI0 ... 12,7i)0 ... 8.1B0 ... S.5!!0 ... l.WO ... 1.2IM .. CO.new ..jn.iw .2fW,4J Utt llnir Th'Lels. ) Qunrtcr Tickets, Sli Eighth Tickets,,, II Prise of ft) Prises of , (1 Prises of fll Prist s ftf I'll Prises of I'.'ll Prises of r-'U Prises of 1-27 Prises of IM Prises of sVt Prises of l Prises of...,.., IIH 1'rlsi.a nf Si'Mrsa. ....lI.IKIflll... ... X.INSlare.. .... V.tHKiare,. diPare.. SiMiare., .... mmare., goo are.. .... liHiarc.. Mare.. 40 ere.. H i sre.. Ware.. .... Hiare., .... bare.. HI, lb SI Prises of Prises of nTkll S,l... mll..M ticaeuift ouares io I'roiHirtlon. LOOK I THIS IS WORTH A TRIAL. gao.ooot Maryland Consolidated Lottery. For tlie lient Ut of Hit SUSQUi:IAMA CANAL. CLAHS FIVE. murMK. 1 Prise nf ..Hii.imki Dollars N f SA.OnO 1 Prise of HUMS) Dollars Is lu.lsiO 1 Prise of A.tHMi Dollars Is ... 6,0(10 1 Prise of 8 td Dollars I S.SirT tlflmi Prises of 1.1HKI Dollars are lOu.lxiO 25 Prises of fxsi Dollars are . t 12.nii0 125 Prises of Wi Hollars sre ... T.MiO jlifl Prises of kial Dollars sre... 19,200 AO prises of Hhi Dollars are t.huO 1HJ Prists of SO Dollars are 10.560 YH Prises of 1 Dollars are 7,620 HI! Prises of 40 f)nHi.rs sre b.'lyO S!i4 Prises of 20 Dollars are T2.W1O HO Dollars are ltd Dollars are 40 Dniii.rs sre .... 20 Dollars are 10 Dollars sre.... 25.710 Prises of 10 Dollars sre 257,400 Hult Prises, amounting tn ..547,74T .t181,0 . M.ilO : K i:entncaieqr j'aacoget: 2d Whole Tickets 20 Half Tickets 20 Quarter Tickets 16 Eighth Tickets Tickets vaiii piiares in rroporiion. We Invsrhthly answer letters by return mefl,enetoe Ing Ihe tickets In s good safe envelope, and always ob serve the strictest confidence. After the drswlnf Is over, we send Ihe official drawing, with a wrltter es planatlon of the result of the vrnture. All Prises nought at this oftlre are payable Immediately aflet Ihe drawln In Current Money, and we take Bank Notss of sny State, or Hsnk Drafls In payment for Tickets st per. For oitd amounts In Risking rhsnge we receive postage stsmps, they being more eon venlent Ibsn silver. Correspondents mv place ths utmost confidence In ths regularity and safety of the malls, as very few or no misrarrlsges of money happen when properly directed tn us. Be csreful thsl you mention your Posl flflire, County and Stale. Olve us al least one single trial, yoo cannot lose much, If not gain. One single trial may make you Independent for life. TRY Vs. There should be so such word as fail. Address Ctmni! A CO., Bnt 190 Post Office, Baltimore, aid. Orders for tickets In ssy of the Maryland Lotteries firoinptly attended to. t Circulars containing s list of all the Lotteries tor tlie month, forwarded on applica tion. Msf 23 ov-4m. will bt In great abundance.