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HAS A SCHOOLMASTER THE RIGHT
TO PUMolI A CHILD, jn (he Court of Quarti- Sessionsin Phil.idel. phia, on Thursday, a caso of some iiilerf8,1 not only to parents nnd gunrdiuiia, but to the teacher in public schools, u na on trial. From report of llie case iu t'io Ltder we quote aa follow: The case was one in w hich n teacher had sued a My tot assault and battery, v. hich, it wai alleged, was committed in the school house, Uerinanlown road and plionix street. The defendant was charged with having en tered the room and ueizinjj the t.acher by h hair of the head, drugging her to tho floor and otherwise maltreating her. The treatment created qiiiu- nn excilruitiil a in on g the scholars, many of whom ran out of the room terror-stricken. The defence was that the tei'dier had severely planished a child of the defendant. This child is about nine vears of age, and has losl the use or her right side; and, it was alleged, that for talking in chool, ahe was struck on the hand with a piece of rattan, which drew blond. Thia coming to the knowledge of the mother, aha immediately called at the school and commit ted the assault, though in answer to a ques tion from the judge, site slat d that she did not go for that purpose, but was eximprraled by the teacher telling her that he had u hip ped her daughter, and would do an ngain. Ail the evidence in relation to the treat ment of the child w as ruled out, as no justi fication for tl assault, and the defendant then plead guilty. Judge Ludlow, in pass ing the sentence of the court, said. . "This case route before the court under peculiar circumstances, as it is intimately connected with the good discipline of our public ehools. Tho i ule is no doubt correct, a the law is, that when - a parent places a child within tho walls of a school, it is to be under the caro and control of the teacher. Thiamust be the case iu any and every school. When the child is thus placed, the lirit thing to be inculcated into its mind is obedience to the rules and regulations of the school, and if it disobeys them, it must receive the punishment due to tho offence, ii it should once become understood that a mother can go into a school-room and in lei fern with the teachers, and imperiling the lives of theschol lar by creating a panic, there would be nn end lo all order among the pupils. If thcro be any wrong done by tho teacher, the pa rent ha a remedy; first by an application to the directors of tho school, and second by a resort to tho law. ' "The evidence in this case is that tho pun Uhment was not unnecessarily severe, but under no circumstances could the assault on the teacher be justified. I have, therefore, nothing to do hut maintain the authority of the teachers of the sohools in the exercise of their duties; I regret exceedingly to bo com pelled to do o in this case, on account of the mother, who appears to have been very much excited at the time of tho assault. The lenience of tho court iH, that the de fendant pays a fine of one cent, and undergo an imprisonment in tho county prison lor the term of twenty four hours. New York, Sept. 12. Tho steamship Star of the West reached this port very late lust night, $1,700,0(10 in treasure and late and Interesting news frow California nr.d Central America. Financial mailer were easy, beyond any thing heretofore known in California. Col lections were highly satisfactory. Money was so very plenty that it wns going begging at H mercantile securities. Intelligence from Nicaragua states that Col. Canty had attempted to sei2e Plinta Arenna, in the name of Costa Rica. He wa opposed by the IJritish Consul at Grytown and the Hritish Naval officers, who propose annexing I'linta Arenas to Musquito. Col. Canty had left fur Aspinwall. The business portion of Greytown, FA Dorado county, California, ha been burnt, Jossa about $100,000. New Yoiik, Sept. 14. The annual cotton Statement appeared this morning. The total crop is 3,114,000 quantity exported 2,590, 500 and the quantity for home consumption 695,500. Sales of cotton to-day 1,000 bales, with a quiet market. Flour declining, ftilci 10,000 barrels; Ohio $4 60 a $4 70, and Southern 5 a 85 40. Wheat declining, sales 25,000 bushels; Red gl 13 n I 20, and White $1 25 n 91 38. Corn heavy, salts 67,000 bush els; Whilo 80 a 83 cents. tooniLE Sept. 14. Sale of cotton to-dny 750 bales. Middling J2 n 12. cents. Sales for past three days 2,350 bales, and receipt for same limo 1,950 bales. New York, Sept. 14 Mess Pork 15 25 a 15 50. Dncon steady, 8t a 81 for sides; 61 for shoulders. Sugar steady, 7 8. New York, Sept. 13. Tho steamer Vnn derbilt ha arrived With Liverpool date of the first. Cotton Sales of three days 19,000 bales, of which speculators look 1,000 and expor ter 2,000 bales. Market quiet and steady. Quotation of inferior qualities are barely maintained. Manchester advices are favorable. Hour firm, advanced 6d. Wheat firm, advanced 1 2d. Corn dull. Provisions sleady. Consols 96 a 96. India new unimportant The China peace is confirmed. Ambassador of the allies are nllowed to reside temporarily at IVkin. There will be a Chinese envoy at Paris. Tired of Caucuses. Horace Greeley occasionally ay a iriihible thing, and when that happen wo nte willing lo give him credit for it. Tho following ha been forced out or him by recent txperinnce: For one, I nm tired of voting for candi date for Congress for no other reason than that aamrty caucus, packed for the purpose, has nominated them. Neither Clay nor Calhoun was ever thus presented, nnd if Webster ever was, he soon oulgrew nl! necessity for or toleration of such machinery. The better class of repro enlalivc from the Southern Slates nllow no parly oaucu to stand between them and their constituents, nnd their personal weight and Independence is thus largely increased. Let lit try lo break up Ihe cnucus system here. It ii a device for putting small men in place that require eminent abilitic and decided character. -. t-fPTho Brokers or Richmond, Virginia, are rejecting the bill of the Bank of Char lotte, North Carolina rumor prejudicial to it lolrency having reached them. HfArTanti-Moriiion paper is nbout to be established In Great Salt Uke City. This is "bearding the lion In hi don." Hf A scientific friend of ours has discov ered the cause of the potato blight fe' year ago. Ho ascribe it to tho rol-lalo-y movement of tho earth. Tim Wrioht of a Mu-uos ire gold. We aro indebted to a gentleman who worthily oecnpifs prominent position al tho United Slates Mint in this city, for the following ,.. . .. . ..vi..,i u II,., ,.,!, ,l.i I lo mo question; " .............. of a million dollars in gold!" "Tlio weight of i. i . en..:i...l Ul..t... ..i ne nnilion oi dollars oi uni'iu ..... tflncy in gold Is tifiy-threo thom.ind seven hundred and filly troy once." This makes four thousand lour hundred sevonty nine pounds two ounces or nearly tw o ton and a quarter, roekoninjr two thousand pounds only to each ton. I'hiliMyhia Inquirer. A correspondent of tho Chattanooga Gazette, writing from Jasper, aays of Judge G.irdciihirr, who held the Circuit Court at that plaee, that ho acquitted himself greatly to the satisfaction of every body, txctpt, perhaps, a few evil-doers. Ilu says: Nancy Martin, indicted for infanticide, the minder of her own child; her father, W il liam. Martin, her mother, Agnes .Martin, her sifter Lncii.da Martin, nlau indicted jointly with her, were tried. Nancy was convicted of murder in the second degree, and sent to the penitentiary lor sixteen vears and lour months: Agnes and William .Martin were al socoiiviaud of murder in the second degree, and B' nt for len j ears; I, nebula was acquitted. They were all tried separately. George Clark, an apprentice boy, was tempted by his master (Dunn) until be took whole halt a dollar, when Dunn prosecuted him for stealing, and he wa funnel guiltv of pettit larceny.. The jurygrecommrmled him lo Ihe mercy ol the Court; the Court and jury h.-.ving more mercy than his hard hearted master, he wns turned loose upon securing the cost, lo thn great satisfac tion of everybody, except perhaps his perse cutor. Ian m Gillman was tried for obstructing the Nashville ,iilid Chattanooga Railroad. This prosecution has been pending lor a long while, and is perhaps the first of the kind in tho State. Ho was round guilty and sen. teneed to Jim penitentiary for four years, but bo appealed to the Supremo Court at Kuoxvillu. . Tub Trial of thk Slave 'J iiadei i At thn hearing yesterday morning before Judge Magralh, the decision of the Judoe wns delivered refusing the writ of errlinari, prayed Tor by the prisoners. The Court then proceeded to tho hearing of the argu ments rr and against the writ of halieas cor pus. Tho argument of the learned counsel were very able, and much public interest ex cited. The Court held (he determination or the petition Tor advisement and will decide at some future day, not at present definitely fixed. Cluirkslon Mercury 10h ins. Sales of Nf.qikies. Negroes aro brinrr ing higher prices at this time in Martinsburg, Va., than ever heretofore. List week, one man was sold Tor 9 1,225, nnotjier for 1,220 three others for $1,200 each, and n wo man for $1,115. Richmond (Va.) H'Ai'.r 10.. Tons Hung. Ralph, Ihe negro man who killed his master, Mr. Wnt. Spence, some we. ksngo in Iluntsviile, Ala., has been Iried nnd condemned, lie is to be bung lo day. Notice Delegates to the Methodist Con ference at Chattanooga, to tho Presbyterian Synod at Bristol, and to the liaptist Con venlion lo bo held nt Sweetwater Church, near Philadelphia, Monroe co., will be carried over the East Tennessee and Georgia Rail road for half fare. fW The most terrible foe we have to encounter In thia country is Consumption. First ninnireslinu Itself in the form of s slight colli. It pains strength while Its victim Is unsuspicious of ilnnper, nnd sooner or inter, in nine esses out of ten, terminates fatally. Among the vnrious remedies hefore the public for the cure of this terrihle disease, none is equal to Hoofland's Hal SAMir ConuriL. Kven this may not cure you; but, if the disease is not too fur advanced, you may confident ly rely upon It. Try it. Prepared only by Dr. C. M. Jackson, No. 418 Arch street, Philadelphia, and for sale by Druggists generu. ly throughout the United States and Canada. Price 78 cents per bottle. im Married, On the 12th Inst., Iy Rev. O. A. Caldwell, Mr. E. O. jIrown, of Cleveland, Tcnn., to Miss Leer WiiKTSifLL,of Athens. Iticd. At Ids father's residence In the vicinity of Athens, on the Huh Inst., Damkl I'kahi-s, aged foriy-three years and two mouths. ,t . COMMERCIAL. Snvannali Market. Savannah, Sept 18. 'e hand you statement of Produce market. No ma terial change in prices since our last report. Flour and Macon in fair request Corn and Wheat dull. IUcox, clear sides 10X1 He; ribbed 10 M.Ve; shoulders 8 ff& tiXc; hams, prime, HI (?0 11c. I. aro, la Mils., 13 6$ Wife. Kl.ma, superfine fij.l (it S; extra family 11,2.1 (fo 7 $ Mil. WiikaT, white, 1,1ft ff 1.2V, red tl 1,10. Cubs tt.1 tffc 70c. Coas Mical 76 siie. PrasOiic di 1. Oath 110 r tiAc. Appi.iw, dry, SI 1,2ft. PHAniKs 2 2.ft0 l bu. Fkatiikrs 8n 41c. Bight Kxcuakuk ou NeW York .f W cent. prem. J. W. OACT CO., OmimiMton Mftvhttnt. AwriiMta market. ADUDHTA, Sept. 18. Cork There Is little or no demand for Corn, and we quote tt nftc in lots, sucks included. Fun's The demand continues good for hih Country and City Mills Flour. The supply of Country is still limited, and Ten nessee Is in good demand nt advancing prices. We quote Tennessee superfine at 2,!ift ft,fto, the latter price in bbls.; extra family fl,7fl 6,.'fl. W hkat We have no change to notice In prices, which will be seen to lake a wide range tor both red and white red Hfto, !, 1,0.1 and 1,111, according to quality; white l, aft, 1, la, 1,1ft and 1,20. llAeoK There Is a fair stock on hand, with a moderate demand, tlood Tennessee is sought aTter, and brings our highest quotations In small lots. We qnote hog round 9 (it Ultfc; shoulders 7 44 Sc; rib bed sides III & lilHe; clear Hl.'i 1 in, according to quality and quantity; hams, choice 11 & I Jc; iuferior 7 BJtfc Viijiali A. . Nashviixk, Si ptcQibcr IU. WitRAT Ildyers arc Iferlng tlftc for prime red; 7ft for white. llAriiN, shoulders 6c; hams S1 (tt He; clear sides 8 10a, from wagons, mmiar active, with an upward tendency, at 0 luc, according to quality. Molassk, In barrels B!Vc; in half barrels 87 4Ue. Cornea 1 J (Jft 18c. WmsKRT We quote good rectillcd a SHc; coun try brands 40 6tav-MfTy Anns. Wagon Maker and Blacksmith SHOP. On lUoimo Creek, four ml I en IVortli- a prepared to make and Iron all kinds of Wagons on short notice. In Ihe best style and of Ihe best ma terial. All new work warranted. Itepalring none on snon noure. ah i. mm hiiv thiiir In the line of Wmrons. nugeles or Plows, will do well to call. Hept !7-n -JWt ,1. II. C. B ROC KEN, 22 Cliff Street, New York, HiNnrArTDRRit or O LA S8 S YRISO AW, HOMOiOPA Til 1C VIALS, UKAIWATIili MKASunna, - XUKS1XU DOTTLES, Ac. GLASS Ware for Cheml.ts, Druggists, Pcrrumers, Photographers, Ao. (Ireen Ulass Ware by the package. A liberal discoum nmue n me imnc. fi llers from Country Drugging and Dealers solicited. Price Lists sent on application. Bcpt 17-Jhn-Ml Notice. VI T. persons ate herehv cautioned against trailing for a nole given by llohet t Mo- Oraiy and Klizahetli Mutuary, lna wtic, ami i i... .'.,, A (1 l!eil .In! oil anina titna in 1857, for between thirty and forty dollars. ami pnyanie in oepiemocr, ,oiio. .-, . 1 - i .1 ..l.i.:.,..l ,! will nnl tin wa iratiooienuT "i"ii"-" " - "Bil KOKI'.UT M.n.'RAKV. Allien, Sept 17, l58-8t-5it Nolicc. nAYINO inigetil the insolvency of the estate of Oversli eet Orowder, deo'd, to tlie County Court of Slontoe county, Tenn., at the September term, all persons havinir claims against said estate are hereby nolilied to lilo the samo with the Cletk of said Unit, on or before the first day of March, 1859, dn lv authenticated a the law directs, or the s.mo will bo barred both in law and ,iuty. H. 1. fiUAUAN, Adm r. Sept n. lfi58:iltiRij " . a. HARUH. t. A. . ."... ss i II 11 1 0 SOrJCITOHri IN CUAN'CEUY, mril.l. prae.lce In the Circuit and Chancery Court, V of l'rsdl.7 '! surrounding counties. Bept lO-tf-IWt . , . - Hnlt. m VST rfclved. a car load Jlarrel ",,e J Vy the barrel or reta.l, . , Aug la ANNUAL FAIR, 1858, or Tin te.u ess i : i; State Agricultural Bureau, Tn rk n.-t n ON THK FAIR OKOUNlu, NFAR NASHVILI.f OrM,tr II, Ii, 13, 14. 5.um 10. ON THK FAIR OKOUNliK, NF AR NASHVILI.f".. ilt'i.J.Mm , ........ .r ..... rilF. premiums this yrr re rrTy liberal, and co l i"?'7 hr""chof Agricultural, Manuracturing. A cover - . cliaiiical, aud Household Indujtry. Couipetiliou from V c ciaie I llivtleil. The urdrr of extiiliitlon will he varied from that of previous years; so that all manufactured goods and ag. "cullural i products will be placed on exhibition in the alls of the llureau, on the ground, and kept during the whole week. More lim. sal I .11. t .i - exhibition of stock, of which various r.asses will be shown each day, and the interest of the (air will be dif fused through the whole week, instead of being con centrated in one or two days. On Tuesday, ihe 12th, the Annual Address will be de livered by (iov. Aasiis V. Ilaowa. Arrangements liars heeu made with the Nashville nil Chattanooga, the Tennessee and Alabama, and the Nashville and Louisville Itailroads, by which passengers attending the fair will be carried over those roads at half price, and stock exhibited will be returned free. The Nashville and Cliatlnnooga road will run trains hourly from its depot to the Fair Grounds during the week of the Fair. Tickets each way, 10 cents. Prosrraiiime: MONDAY, Oct. 11. Owning Address, by Got. Tlar vis. President of the llureau : Kxhililtion of Native, Durham, Devon, Ayrshire, and Alderny Cattle; ot Pad dle Stock; and tima. tests of pacing (ieldincs and pacing Mares. H E.-DA Y.Oct. 13 Annual Address by Fx Oov. A. . IIrown. (Uov. II. has signified his acceptance or Ihe Invitation to deliver this Address ) Kxhililtion of Mood Horses. Time tests of trntiinv In l,,.e,,.a l'.i,n.iti..n of Carriage Horses. WKDNKSKAY, Oct. 13. Horses of all-work. Jatk Stock. Mules, (flen. Harding, who has declined a competition lor premiums in the lllood Horse depart ment this year, will, by invitation of the committee, ex hibit his stud of lllood Horses this day.) THLltSDA Y.Oct. 14. ItoaHster and Harness Stock. Cashmere (loats. Ilnrsemannhip. (Mark R. Cockrell, Ksq., has consented to exhibit on this day a herd of Improved Durham Cattle, aud a flock of his world renowned Sheep.) FRIDAY, Oct. IS Swine; Sheep ;" Poultry ; Fist Pacing and Trotting Stock. (In these classes, TWKLVK separate premiums are ollcred, which are expected to bring out the best stock, in this department ill the Stale.) SATl'RDAY, Oct. 1(1. Tills day will be devoted to the sale of Stock, Machinery, Ac, nail to such con cluding business as inny be found necessary. The llu reau cnntlilently exa-ct this to be one of tlie most im portant days of the Fair. Maiiiifurlureit, llm jtlreliniiic ArlK, mill A;rriclf urn I 'roittictN. Under the heads of Woolen floods. Cotton Fabrics, Silk, Flax, llempUoods, Marble Work, Fine Arts, Coop, ers' Ware, Leather, Printing, Farm Products, Fruits, Flowers, Hees and Honey, Produce of the Dairy, the Vineyard, Agricultural Implements. Iron, and Vehicles and Harness, a very long and liberal list of Premiums ts ollereil. Articles under these beads must he entered on the first day, and placed In position In the Hall for exhibition, where they are tn remain until the close of the Fair. Competent agent will be in attendance Fri day and Saturday ol the week previous, and on Monday until evening, to receive and arrange all articles in ttiese departments, and the awards will be publicly an nounced on Friday afternoon. Orent care will be taken that alt articles in the Hail are properly cured for, hut no responsibility for any loss or dnmage that may occur. i'cctt.-l'riccti of Ariiiiia'Kioii lo Fair (.round. Single Ticket ?se Children under fifteen years,. 1oc All Colored Persons, Iiie Tho entrance fee on articles and animals shall he twenty per cent, of the premium to persons not mem bers of a County Agricultural Society, and ten per cent, to persons who produce credentials of paying membership fees in such societies, for the present year. These credentials, under the signature of the President, Secretary, or Treasurer of the County Society, must in all cases he prodin ed by those who claim to make en tries under the lowest rate of fees. Printed lists of the Premiums nnd Regulations can be obtained on application to the Secretary. Ilv order of the llureau. . Ct. EASTMAN, Bept, 1S5S-21-M1 Secretary. Land for Sale. IY virttto of a decree of the Chancery ) Court at Washington, made at April term, 1858, in the case of llavid K. Oillespie, Ad ministrator of Jacob L. WnsMom, deceased, I will sell, without exemption, on the premises, on the Hlth day of October, 18S8, the follow lowinfrTraota of lattid : Two Tracts of Land, containing 320 acres each, lyine; In the Hack Valley and on the face of the Mountain, and Wnssom's undivided interest or two-tliinls of a Thousand Acre Tract, lying in the Daek Valley and on the I'noe of the Mountain; nnd a One Hundred Acre Tract, lying on tho Mountain, known as the Chestnut Pond Tract; also, tine Hundred Acres, lying in the Valley al NoetU.aefc of nnd ndjuining tile Home Tract all of said Land lying in tho 4t.h Civil District of Khen county. Said Land will be sold without the right of redemption, on six and twelve months credit, except 10 percent., which will bo required to bo paid down. Horn! and security required and a lien retained for the purchase money. w. k. coi.viu.rc, O. & M. Sept 10, 1858-6t-prs fee 7-52H Executors' Sale. ON Saturday, I ho 23d day of October, 1858, the undersigned, Kxectilors of the Inst will nnd testninent of Philip Cooper, deceas ed, will sell, ou a credit of twelve months, at the house of William IIrown, on the Tellico road, in McMinn county, Tenn., the following properly, to wit: One Hundred and Sixty Acres of Land, (of which tho said Philip Cooper died seized and possessed;) six likely Negroes, (one woman and five children;) two hend of Ilorres; about forty bushels of Wheat, and one third of the crop growing on the Land aforesaid. Also, House Furniture, ito. Notes and good security required, and a lien retained upon the properly until paid for. HBNXHT COOPKhV, HliXJ. W. PATTY, Stpt 10, 1858-IU-520 Xx'rn, de. In Chancery at IVHaliliigtoii. John L. Marsh, v. David E. Oillespie, Adm'r of Jacob L. Was som, dee'd, and John Gnrrison. I WILL proceed to take the account order ed in this cause at the office of Ihe Clerk and Master in Washington, on the 8th dny of October next, at which time and plaoe tho parties are notified lo attend with their proof. 1 W. E. COLVll.l.K, C. it M. Sept 10, 1858-8t-prs fee I2-.V20 John Garrison, . David K. Gillespie, Adm'r of Jacob L. Was stim, dee'd, and John Garrison. I WILL proceed to take the account order ed in this cause, nt the ollice of the Clerk vlmur in Washington, on the llthdnv of October next, at which time and place the uni ties are notified to attend wilh their proof. 1 W. K COLVI1.LK, C. & M. Sept 10, 1858-3t-pra lee f 2-6 20, David Ii. Gillespie, Adm'r of Jacob L. Was om, dee'd, vs. My ram Wnssotn and oilier. I WILL proceed to take the acoount order ed in this cause, at tht ollico of the Clerk nod Master in Washington, on the filh Octo ber next, at which time and place tho parties are notified to attend with their proof. W. 11 COLVll.l.K, C. A M. Sept 20, 18o8-3t-pr fee f 2-620 IJ. D. Smith, Adm'r of Wright Smith, Jr., doccased, us. Mary D. Smith, widow, Jane Smith, infant, dufended ly her Guardi in, James W. Gil lespie. iWILL proceed to take Ihe nooottnt order ed in this cause, at til otlico of the Clerk and Muster In Washington, on me nut veto ber next, nt wineii t re notified to atten V. 1 ber next, nt which lime and place the parties itteiut Wil li I iii'ii proot. W. K. COLVILLK, C. & SI. Sept 20, 185S-8t-,'r fee M-.W LOT OF HOOTS ASD SHOTS, ju.t received and for sale l l" ."''! or ...i-n. h. (Septa W. 0. WM'T til. .IV.... , , " . .-raaa Iloooivocl, SPIIIITS of Turpentine; Citrate Magnesia; Ta'r'K. M.'lUVr'iun.l; K..sh,,,-.Cod.L.v.rOI.; ir.';.". : if; . -r . 7el BrVt , iialiiy Window ...ass, lob, l t 4,2! feet llrst iUl"y Window (Has., Is by 18 i nd-varLsother Medicine, too tedlou. o me,, ,..,. Aug ft Ll nuiui'MO.-iil Txes, on consignment, which 1 T,V i e .1 ahaigain, fw In i-or Cn.h. 1 will cxchaugi., atanaiga . hknuKIISOM. Aug . ... - S .... IMIOK. received, ar. ssort. mi nt o( Khool in i.0N gAKTAIN A CO'S. Full JL Wintersffosf Iff IN .V CO., f fyj 3IOI IMrOBTKM AVD niH-LKHKLt DRlLKtU IH Foreign aud Donirsfic Staple and Fancy Dry (Joods, -A.3TI3 OIjOTIIING, No. 4lr Public &iuare n.hrlllr. "TE lire now In receipt of our munrtmenf nt FAM. AMI WINTKIt IHtVdOOIl.VAUIKTISAXU ltr AKV-M ADK 1'UH MINti, eitUruciii nil the (rraUei ih tylei of siicti )touU UJUHlly offered by un, nil cuuiirisiiif( mmij liues in wlitcli we have not heretofore dealt, We c.ill tlie attention of buyer purtUulurly lo our FAXCV DK.PAin.MKNT, t in the selection of kmiU under this head, we have 1evted unuKiiiil caro and t tentiun. U'e are eiiiilded to exhibit tint season, a more eh-jrnnt dinpUy of FINE GUUUS than upou any pre vinus occiisioo. Uclieviug that with our Stock, ami our PRICKS, we can tin) iue even the el one" t buyer of (rood to deal with us. we iuvite tlie trude to a close exitminntiou of both. ,MOK(, AN k CO.. No. VJ Public Square. N.-,?hvIlle, Sipt 3, 1-0-2iii-MI norsi: cjci:ek Male and Female Academy, rilUE TIIIKl) SKSdlON of thii Institutlou will com JL mctice on Monday, the 16th of August iitst. TKHMtiy per .Srvwitm of 20 xrttk : Ppellint;, Rtftdin?, Writlnjr and Arithmetic, $5.00 Ocoprapliy, Arittiuietit', Kiigliih (Irannuar, Coinpo iiton and Declamation, 8,0(1 Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and the above,. ..Ill.iK) Latin Oraiumnr and Header, 12, m) One half in advance, and the balance at the close of tlie Session. Contingent fee, In advance, iVtetfl. Hoarding, In pod houaes convenient to the .School, (wiinhing an-1 liht extra,) yt week, 1.2ft No pupil pttrmiUeil to en ti if the School without a tick et from J. II. Mufiill, Treasurer. No deduction for lost time, except In ease of protracted sickness. Prof. A. A. Nkwhun, Prhiclpiit, is a graduate of Ma ryville Colleftv, .tt Tennessee, and hax devoted six or eight yeara lo ichuit;. Kroin the able manner In which he has conducted this lust'tutton the pust two SesKions so fully nnd satlttfactorily evinced at his pub lie Kxamiimtiniirj we deem it unnecessary to say any thing more in his futor. We have t-nffnged the services of Miss Moi.i.ik II. ttto at as an Assistant. We are happy to say that she is a young lady of pleasant, agreeable and polished man ners. She I an orphan, raised to habits of industry and economy. Her name may be seen us a graduate, under the hend of Alumna' nnd Seniors of 1S57-8, lu the Catalogue of ltotivar Female Academy. We have procured a complete Clmnical and Philo sophical Apparatus for the u.-te of the Institution. In view of the superior qualifications of our teachers, and the many facilities tor aapiirin a thorough educa tion, we take pleasure In calling the attention of pa rents and guardians to this Institution, as one worthy of their patronage. JAMKS WILSON, 1 J. T. FITZUKKALD, C.HHKLL, Trustee. J. II. M.Vl.ILL, L. It. lit UST, j Mouse Creek, McMinn co., Aug fl, isAS-tf-filft Forest Hill Academy, rriIK Full St'Sfdon of this Institution will open on Mon- dny, 0;h September next, under the charge or Mr, J. 0. SuAKHuHn..i. Term of Session, twenty weeks. Tuition: First Clas Pecond " 11,00 Third u ia,oo Pityahle one-half in advance. No pupil permitted to enter the Hchool without a Ticket signed hy Secretary. Nn deduction innde for lost time, unices In case of pro tracted sickness. A contingent fee of per session will he charged. By order or the Board. Atig2(Mf-fir TII0S. A. CLKAGR, Secy 00033B XX OTTS 13," CLKVKLA Nl TENNESSEE DAMIll A ' IIHIS, rroprirfor. THIS Hotel Is a spacious new brick building, just com Vie ted. The 1'roprietor Ims incurred a heavy ex pense in fitting up aud furnishing the rooms, to make tliftu neat And comfortable. The House is now 4ien for the reception of boarders, visitors and travelers; and the Proprietor can allord ample accommodations for LV) persona. An Oinnihus, with a good and safe team, will be at the Depot to convey pnnseiigern to the Hotel and bnck to the Depot again. The Proprietor In tends to try to make It a first class Hotel, and hopes to share a liberal putronupc. DANIKL A. TIMM. Proprietor. Aug 20, 1SM-0t-Jil7 Sugar Mills and Kettles. PERSON'S wanting Sugar Mills and Kettles, will And them at the A I lie ii louiulr)' nnd Machine Work. The Mills are put up upon the most improved style. Kettles are ninde hi an oblong shape, expressly for the purpose of boiling the Juice. Various slurs on hand call and sea. (Aug (, C. ZIMMERMAN. Bolivar Female Academy, lflultMnvlll(-, 'SVssst. 'r!!K Winter Session of this popular Institution for tha s eilucilllon of Young 1. milts, Will rotiilnenee on the 1. 'ltll day of September I'rof.S. M. (UINKS, Principal, with a competent corps of assistants. The cour-w or Instruction at this School embraces every thin? taupht at the most celebrated Institutions of learniiiK in our country. Those who wuulil consult economy are Invited to examine our rates before send Injr their dniiKlitcrs elsewhere. Diplomas are conferred upon those, and those only, who complete the entire course or Its equivalent. For further particulars please s?e Catalogues, which will b. sent ou application to the Priticipitl or Trustees. JOSKI'll ITTON, Ch. J. A. Corns', Sec. Aug 1:1, lsOS-tf-Slfl Baoou. . A PMAI.I. lot of jrood souml llacon wanted, fur which ill I will give the highest price. 8. K. ltKl.DKIt. Aug 19 CIU OH. S. K. ItKEDKlt wishes to pur chase a large quantity of Corn, fur which he will pay the market price. July 2:1 St 'S. I have three of Rowland's host Cross-Cut Haws-A, 6f and T feet long which t will sell chfaptr than they can be bought elsewhere.! June II JMJIKNl)KR90ff. W lien "A7"fvixtocl. I WISH to liny limn bushels of good old or uj crop Wheat, to be delivered soon. July IB J. M. IIKNIIKKSON. Fruit Cans nnd Air Kxliausf ers. VI.OT of Preserve Cans, nn I IluVtou's Improved Kxhauster, the best known t tin 'raiie, manufac tured by John A. Lee, CbnttunooK... Just received and for sale cheap, by HOUrON, SAUTAIN k CO. July l JUST received and for sale, a lot of Preserve Cans. Also, one dosell Gilt Picture Prames 11 by IU. July W. C. WITT A CO. 19 II Vl'si! I' AI I'M A lot of Paints and Oil just received aud for sule by June il llOHKioS, SAUTAIN A CO. Grll OO uniBB. sf IIIIUH. Portnlticonnd New Orleans Sugars; 1 m'M ii-yO bhls. Claritlcd und Crushed do.; KtIO bugs Itio Coffee ; KIO hints. Molasses ( 200 bbls. Porto Rico Syrup anil 8. It. Syrup 1 ,000 kegs Nulls, all sites ; KOO boxes Tobacco, all grades ; 00 boxes Adamantine Candles; SO Hcrces Rice. Also, a large stock of nil articles In the Grocery line, to which we invite the atti-ntioi. of the Tennessee trade. All consignments of Produce will receive our very best and prompt attertlon. WII.COX, HAND ANSI.KV, June lS-1y-MS Augiula, (ieorgia. HARD TIMES -fOTWITIIHTANDlNtJ, the people still crowd the 1 Btore of . Il C. lIVTT CO. No wonder they have good run of custom they sva.i. uouns so citivti! Try them and be convinced. 3r roooriosi ! f HIIDS. prime New Orleans Bugar j ,) 15 hags prime Rio Colfee ; In bbls. Itcbi.ileil Molasses j Tor sale cheap for cash or Wheat, by Au4 J. M. HKNDKKSON. NAI I. sis IVnilw. Jnst received,, large lot of the very best Nails, all sites, from lid's up to -bid's, nil for sale by March IliJ (IKO. W. ROSi. Safes! Safes! fllllK WAV TO MAKP. MONKV IS TO 5.4 FJ? IT, I anil I have just received a lot of the very best make of fire anil llurglnr Proof Salamander Safes, of fforent slses, which I will sell at factory prices, with eight added. Mar 111) OKI). W. ROSS. W Ilea. A sa f RUSH KI.S good Red and White Wheal TiS.I It IIP wanisil.for which I will pay the high eT'iarkel price. tJnly3j S. K. RKKPI'.lt. COtty I C'OIIIM I The subscribers will give Cash tor Corn for the ucxt ten diiys. july 16 KOllhiO.N,8ARTAlNC0. IT1 1 ix fv 1 3NTo too, THOSE Inilehted to me either hy Note or Account, will do me a particular favor, and t ve cost, by settling the same during this month, as I am compelled to have Ii,, money. lAng 0 OKO. W. IIOSH. fllOlIACrO. J""1 rerrlveil, a go'd supply of dir I ferent iirailes, from common to the best, which win be sold cheap, by J"lr O.W.UOM. . Denial Instruments. rpiIE sttliscrilier Iihs fur sale a Nw Cnse of J. Jlentnl iiisinniifine, .i.m.iui. ....... Junes, WliiH & MoCur.lv's Iteiital Deiol, I'l.ilnilcli.l.in. I'n. 0. A. JOlllM.N. Alliens, Aug 0, 1 aR-tf-i 15 C" 4,,rri'rt'('l''('-l:-Jt"1 received, a fresh V supplJ of the very best Itio CoITik-, which will 1st .M .1. smsll pro.lt, forch only, hj xooo Fui, Swan &. Co's Lotteries TRIUMPHANT. SWAX&'CO. Continue lo Draw usual nrthoul Interruption. SWAN cto CO'S LOTTKUIKS A UK 1.KHA I.. ani Ain:onr.h:i hy the STATU OF GKOUQIA. THK I.ATK ATTEMI'T TO INJLltK tlur (Inn lias shown that nrit i.ottkiiik auk imiawx fairlt; that our I'rises are pslil fMinctually ; anil that our Ht-lietne are more liber.nl than aoy other Lottery In the worlil ! The following Scheme will be drawn hy 9. Swax k Co., Managers of Ihe Sparta Aeadeniy lottery. In eseh of their Single Numlicr Lotteries for September, 1H.S, at At'fiCSTA. Oeorgia. In pttbiic, uuder the suiierin tcndeiice of Commissioners. CLASS HI draws on Saturdav, SKPTEMltFR 4, W. CLASS Hi draws on Saturday, SKPTKMHKK It, ISM. CLASS m draws on Saturday, SKPTKMBKR I S, 1 SAS. CLAS& S4 draws on Saturday, SKPTKMilKR H, ISM. On tlio I'lan of Silnirle Numbers). fst.nnD TICK KTS T 8,403 Frizesl Kfiirly m I'rUt to Every TivktUt Xvl n K ill flo Gilt Soliome ! To bedrawu each Saturday lo September 1 1 Prise or ru,oon 4 Prite of !M1(1 1 do un.iMin 4 do SOD 1 do Itl.niMl 4 do 7111 1 do ft.mni 4 do dim 1 do 4,ihhi on ilo Mai 1 do ... S.ishi1 (Ml do WW 1 do l..Vsi liHi do V 4 do I.wsiino do luo Approximation Irixrn. 4 prises of HHIapproxlinatlng to In.ono are f I ,fino 4 do Sihi approximating to Ho. mill are l,iiH) 4 do 2isl approximating to ln.iHMIare WHI 4 do W.'iapproximatingto A.iHHIare NM1 4 do 1'Hi approximating to 4.IKM1 are 4is) 4 do 75 approximating to S.lNHIar. Dot) 4 do on approximating to lHalare 5t'H n.lMIO do zUare 11x1,001) a,4S3 rrites, amounting to 320,Oo6 Whole Ticktt0 Unices Qnartfrt rW A Circular showing the plan of tlie Lotteries will b? sent to any one desirous of receiving it. Certificate of rarkiigrt will be sold at the following rates, which is the risk : Oertificateof PackageoflO WholeTlcketa 10 " " 10 Half " 40 " ' 10 Quarter " SO " " IO Kighth " 10 In Orilrrinflr Tickcli or 4'rrllf Irntes, Kclose the money to our address for the Tickets or dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers can have Tickets ending In any figure they may designate. The list of Drawn Numbers and Prises willbe sent to purchasers Immediately after the drawing. Purchasers wiy please write their signatures plain, anil give their Post Ollice, County and State. Remember that every prite is drawn, and pay able In full without deduction. All Prises of (l.nilll and under, paid Immediate ly after thedrawing other Prises at the usual tiuieof thirty days. Alleomin.inlcationsstrlctlycnnnilentlHl. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates lo June 4-ly-Anit S.SWAN CO., Augusta, Oa. ry" Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or At lanta, fla., can have their orders filled, and save time, by addressing S. Swan A Co., at either of those elties. A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the prise that each Is enti tled to, will be published after every drawing. In the fullowiur: papers,: Augusta (Oa.) Oonstitullonalist, New Orleans Deltji, Mobile Register, Charleston Stan dard, Nashville (latere, Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Weekly Day Hook, Savannah Georgian, Richmond Dispatch, New York IMipiilch, Paulding (Miss.) Clarion, and Little Kock (Ark.) True Democrat. Maryland State ' Lotteries 11. FRANCE & CO., Managers OT the Maryland Ftote Lotteries, prwsent the following Bplendid Schemes lOll AI GI ST, 1858. 1 hey caution purchasers of Tickets to bewnre of order tngTickets iu Lotteries where extrmmliimry lr(re Capi tals are offered for a small cost of Tickets all such are swindles. The Maryland Lotteries have been In eximenee for Forty Years. They aro drawn by a Htate (Mirer nnd can be relied on. If you draw a Prize, you will jtvt your money. The whole country is Hooded with Bogus Lottery concerns. Heware of them. $f Order In the .Maryland State Lotteries. MAGNI KICK NT SCI1 EM E. Kliirylmifl Mute I.ollrrj-, ( lux IV. To be drawn In Baltimore, on Saturday, Aug xlst,lS5S. VI Drawn ballots In each Package of 2H Tickets, 1 0 rand Prite of. . . Un.nnn 1 Prite of 2,niMl 1 Prise of II 1 do ,(ino 1 do lil.uiii) 1 do S.iMMl I do .'..I'M 1 do S.nwl 1 do ... n.onn ?n ilo 1,2'HI 1 do 6.UUII tit) do tiiK) 1 do fi.miii 2i do fusl 1 do 141 do 40(1 I do ,imn lid do inn 1 do 2,niHi (Id do On 1 do 2.IMIII 8ft do HI) 1 do 2,ooi 4.1M do 2(1 1 do 2,0(HI 25,710 do 11,70 :ln,:o Prltcs, amounting to ynil,iHKl 71-kets till, Halves Quarters S2,ft0, Kightlisl,ljA. A Certincateof Package of 2il Wholes, costs ,...I.'S,IMI Do do 21) Halves, 7U.IK) Do do 2l! Quarters, il'.i.M) Do do 2C Kighlhs, 111,73 Havana Flan. This Is the old mode of Drnwing. Prises in one wheel, and Tickets In another. Kvery Prite is drawn out. Prites Puid in full, without any deduction. liar) Imul stale l.ol let-j , F.xlra ('lna O, To be drnwn in llaltlmore, Mil., Saturday, Aug. 21, 1S58. 20.103 I'rizi a! 40,000 Tickvlw! We would call partlsular attention to the following splendid scheme, a package of 16 whole tickets cost ing only and every other ticket being warrant ed to draw HI, determined by the number drnwing the Capital Prite, whether odd or even. SCII KM K I 1 Prite of :I.-,,(HK) 4 Appro, to 2(k1 1 do lii.linn 4 do KM) 1 do A.IK'I) 4 do M 1 do 2.4110 4 dn Ml 1 do 2.IHHI 4 do 6(1 ' 8 do 60 do do 1 UO j,v,m 1 do MO j 1 dO O'H) f 60 t :::::::: Z 8 - M ! I :::::::: Z 8 - M inn do Milam 10,000 9o,nim Prites of in are 2no,0o0 Whole Tickets f 10; Halves 5 , Quarters T2s). A Managers'lNTIitlcatcof 1(1 Wholes where persons wish to pay the risk only, willbe sent for M Do do Id Halves, 40 Do do 111 Quarter 20 Do do 10 Kighlhs 10 The Managers have been compelled from the numer ous complaints made to them, of unfaithfulness on Ihe part of those who hav. been attending lo the filling of orders, to resume the correspondence business, and In their own name. Order Tickets from the Manngcrs only. Address all letters to . It. KRANCK CO., Feb IO-ly-4Ul Baltimore, Md. 15 OI'TS MISIIOl:S.- splendid assort ment of limits and Shoes, recetven ami lor sale oct 24 A. CI.KAOK k CO. by " AIHF.M Shop. Just received, fresh lot of I J Ladies Boots, ol dillerenl quinines low nown lor cash or short credit, at 1IOUTON A IIKVAS'S. u r. in rr x co. II AVE Jt received a lot of Fashionable Caslmere lists, spring tiyie. i'i i 4 HMAM. lot of No. 1 Hide Guns, on hand and for 2JL sale by April 1 B. K. KKKDKK. SV II I Stuart's Steam Rcrlnetl Golden Syrup, for sale by Nor. HIJ 8. K. KKKDKIt. of!iipiiiiK r'''"'"."'. VJuiieU WM. BI IIN8. ik lililt. and half bbls. best quality New Orleans 11 i lloluakt'N. Just received and for sale low fofcasb.by reWO B.K.KKKDKI1. S I' AH ",?4II.FN Of the very best brands, Jusi received and rnr sale cheap, by the box or pound, by Kehlllj OKO. W.IIOSS. 10 hy IIOXKS Slur Ciiiiillcws on hand and for tale either by the box or retail, low for cash, Kcb2o 8. K. ItKKDK. I. M OI ll,-Wi have on hand and will continue to i keep for sale, good article of Flour. J,nS HUlllOJI m URIAil. , SACKS SALT on hand and for tale by 1 Nov. 10J B. K. KKKDKK. RACiSl ltlltI We want to buy 90,INN) lbs. lUgs, for winch we will pay anything In store. j.n aS IIOIll'O.N t UltVAN. C1l,o rill;.-A large stock of Ready-Made J Clothing, Just received and for sale by cii4 A. CLKAUK k CO. Uniting ( lollia. "TCMBRnS 4, 6, 0,8,11 ami H, on hand and for sale. j Oct. 6, 'DO McKWKN k OILI.KSP1U 111.411 II. Flour, t'lowr. Best Superfine Klour, ju.t received and tor sale cheap for cash hy Auritk UKO. W. UUSS. Sf llUOl, II4NSKN. Just reeelred, a lot of School Hooks, ot the latest and most approved edi tions, and lor sale cheap, hy O. W. BOSS. July V ai;h I II 4it ! We will take In exchange for I C ii. ,...i. .11 iI.h nleau Cotton and Unen lings that iv be offered, allowing the highest msrket price for Ihe same. (May fl ItollK-d.x, DAitTAisi vu. V LOT of No. 1 Osnabergs, Just received and fo sale by AUrl B. K. ItKKDKIl. J. A. AXSIJ4Y CO., ORNKRAL CoiiiniiMloo and Produce frrc1anU Oflc oa Broad street, opposite Union Bank, ugiatA Gl-Ar. VTILL friv prtMnpt a4 pernonal attention to th tale of lUin, lsrd, (ratn, Klour, Cotton, and all article of MerchaiMth mntiineU to then. Liberal advance, either in canh or by acrfpirKi.madr on ar ticle in store, or when bitti of ladMia; ftrmmpany drafts. i. a. aki.kt. t Jiuiiruiiwl Jlrtnfart of I j. v. baud, J. S. WILCOX, f EirtH. f r. M. AKliLKT. HBrKHKMi icii: Fad'lelford, Kar tt Co., 9arnnnah, iin. Geo. W. Williams si Co., ChnrU-Kton, 9. C. W. A. Kirh ardi(in,LouiTille, Ky. 8. K. Keeder. Athens, Tenn. W. B. iliatrd A Co., Naslml'e, Tcnn. N. b. A rigid adherence to the principles of a legiti mate Coruinitntoii bus iue sa will be obaervetl. July 16-lf-ol . Pi3 nil a nrroiiTANT VdU ans. TO FARMERS!!! f aHK subscriber would announce to the farmiiifrpiilV. JL he. Millers, and others fnterrstrd that lie still continues to manutacture, iu I'hiUdflphla, Monroe county, Tenn., N. l TUCKBEIPH I'HEMICM WHX A T EANS, and that he has addrd an improve nieut thereto that will separate Horn, Kye , Hocks, kc, from Wheat. He now tlatters himsi If that hiseaperi ence enaMes him to furuish the machine so Iowa been rit-nired by the Farmer and Miller that is, to neparatc all tilth, down to the rock which annoy thoe who thresh on the ground. 1 hese Fans have received rewards of merit and premiums in various States of the I'nlon, to wit: New York, Viittiiiia.Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michi gan, HouthOarolina, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and the Middle Divisfnu of the State of Tennessee. Sever al of the above Hutes have awarded these premiums to the proprietor since the addition of the above named Improvement. In a word they are superior to anything ever before offered to the public. He fuhjoim certifi cates of several frentlemen of Philadelphia, well known to the people of lower Kast Tennessee: "Tlti certifies that the undersigned timrd and tried N. U. Thurher's Premium Wheat Kan, and state that it cleaned one bushel per minute, separation all flUh to such a degree of perfection that It cannot be rivaled by any Kan now In imp, and we recommend all who stand In need of such & machine osaiwine this Improved Fan before purchasing elsewhere. J. !. JON KS, CIIAH.CANNOl, A. W.COZAKT." "This certiHes that the unricrirned has the improve ment made upon N. I'. Thurher's Premium Wheat Fan In my Mill, and state that it will separate rocks, corn, Ac, from wheat, In addition to the taking out of smut, cheat, cockle, and small Imperfect grains of wheat, t do hereby recommend said machine to he the best I ever saw in use, and that those standing In need of such a machine ought to examine said machine before purcbHsing elsewhere. JOHN HTANFIKI.D." 'This certifies that the undersigned whs present while the Improvement made upon N. I7. Thurher's Proinlmn Wheat Kan, was tried at the K. T. A (ia. Kail Kond He pt In Philadelphia, Tenn., and do here state that It comes fully up to the recommendations In separating wheat from cheat, smut, cockle, rocks, corn, and small imperfect grains of wheat, nnd that I can take one of said Fans and wake Wheat perfectly clean. T. J. MOOKK." He Is prepared to deliver Fans by his wagons in low er Knst Tennessee, or at the Depots on the K. T. A Oa. Kail Koad, at the following rates, to wit : No. 1 ttnull sixe, 1 screen, 8 wheat ridlcs, 1 smut boa.d.1 rake board fW No. 2 Large -ixoi screens, 8 wheat rldles, 1 clo- . ver ridle, 1 smut board, 1 rake board,.. .... Aft No. 9 Improved 2 screens, H wheat rldles, 1 clo- . ver ami 1 corn riddle, t oat board, 1 smut hoard, 1 rake board, 84 The above rules will be strictly adhered to. Time will he given on good paper, with Intercut front dnte. Tliefollowitiggcnllemen wre authorieed to sell said Fans: H. K. Keeder and J. M. Henderson, Athens, Tenn.; Ru fus Graves, Charleston: tl. W. Alexander, Cleveland: J.8. Oliver A Co., Itulton, (ia.; 11 u ford A Dexter, Hing- gold, Us.; Tin Icy Watklns, Hamilton co., Tenn. urucrs are solicited ironi t.eorgia. aianama, ano niiu die Teuneiotee. It ware of Imposition, as none are genuine except those that have J. Cotttm stamped upon them. A!Jn, I am manufacturing Smith's Corn Cheller. Phop price, cash, '2n. And Scott's Celebrated Hand Mill price, canh. I2. J. COTTON. Philadelphia.Tenn.. April 7, 1S53-tM99 Great Southern Remedy. jAOon'sQ ooiidiaij FOR ALL BOWEL DISEASES! C1IOLKRA, CIIOLKItA MORBUS, DVfKNTKItV, III MOrH COLIC, DIAlililliKA, CIIOLKItA INFANTUM ADMIRABLY AflAPTEl TO MANY DISEASES OEEEMA LES, MOST ES'Et 7.1 LI. YVAINFVL MENSTHVA TION. rriIK virtues of JACOB'S COKDIALare too well known to requre encomiums. 1st. H cures the worst cases of Plurrho-a. 2d. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery. Ad. It cures California or Mexican Dlarrhuia. 4th. It relieves tlie severest Colic. 5th. It cures Chulera Morbus. 6th. It cures Cholera Infantum. 7th. It cures Painful Menstruation. Hth. It relieves Pain in the Hack and Loins. 9th. It counteracts Nervousness and Despondency, loih. It restores Irregularities. 11th. It dispels (lloomy ami Hysterical Feelings, l'ith. U' an Ailmlruble Tonic. A FKW SHORT EXTRACT? FROM LKTTKRS, TKSTI MOMALH, AO. "I have used Jacob's Cordial In my family, and have found It a most elliclent, and in my judgment, a valua ble remedy. Hok.IImiam Warskr, Judge of Supreme Court, Georgia." llU gives ine pleasure In being able to recomn end Jacob's Cordial ; my own personul experience, and the experience of my neighbors and friends around me, Is a null, ct cut guarantee for nte to believe it to be all that It purports to be, via: A bovkhkmin kkmhiiT. W'M. I!. I'KDKaWOOD, Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit." "I take great pleasure In recommending this Invalua ble medicine to all alllicted with bowel diseases, for which I believe It to be a sovereign remedy decidedly superior to any thing else ever tried by me. A. A. OAOi.ntso, Deputy 0. M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia." "I have used Jacob's Cordial In my family, and this, with all 1 hear about It as a remedy by those who have tried It, Induces me to believe that It stnnds at the head of every preparation of the kind, nnd 1 would recom mend its use in the diseases for which It is compound ed. MilkhG. Poo bins. Cashier of the flank or the State of Georgia, Griffin." 'If there Is any credibility in human testimony, Ja cob's Cordial rnunt stand pre-eminent above all other preparations for the cure of Rowel Diseases. From the mass of tesiimony in Us favor coming In from all quar ters, it must he very far In advance, as a curative agent, of most If not all other "patent" preparations. A. Flrmiko, Cashier Marine and Fire Insurance Bank, Grlfll a." "This efficient remedy Is traveling Into celebrity as fast as Bonaparte pushed his columns into Russia, and gaining commcndntfn wherever used." Oeorgia Jef- fjro, May 111 A, 18M. Sold bu tfruffinta Evtrytehert, Druggists, Merchants and Physicians, supplied by J. AfillllURST, Importer and Wholesale Druggist, Vharlnton, July ltMy-olil A Sublime Conception. Films Is an era or light and knowledge 1 Science Is I gradually Illuminating with Its divine rays all that was dark, mysterious and incomprehensible In nature We are at last breaking through the shell of substance aud getting at the kernel or truth and reality. The actual, In Its lltmslnevs aud superficiality, is seen through, and seen hut as the mask of the Infinite Ideal. We are getting up Uie flouting and delicate fibres or the clue to destiny; aud Philosophy, once free from tho fetters or Ignorance, will in due season point every body, and the rest or mankind, tn the STORK OF H or ton 8c Bryan, ts Ihe place tn procure their OliOTIIBBI Mnjf 21 Sulphur Springs, II Ilea Con OPENED fur the reception of Tlsllnrs Rlh June. The Hotel bulhllnxc have heen enlaruiil anil Im proved, anil the accommodations are ample for a nun ilreil anil fifty or two hundred snesis. It Is unnecessa ry to speak of the medical virtues of the waters. They have heen sufficiently tested, and their reputation Is es tablished heyond dispute. There IS S Maiiy line Ol lisr rnnnm uit.wc.-ii mum n..m. l'u.i Tmidhimi and flenreia llailroail. and the Spring-., sn thai persons can he conveyed lo and from tliem wllliout Incurring any oeuiy. Juno It, 1KM-Ies-Ni7 W. 8. OltKEH, Proprietor. Frrc Hanks a Humbug! NEVERTHELESS,!! Is a fr.-l (hat W. O. WITT Oo. till com lime to sell ( IIKAf RA IHiAllfS. Price th!r Hoods and he coovlnced. They hold out (real inducements In CASH UUVKHH. Alliens, May II Conic Up and Save Cost. the first day of Jnlv, all Ihe Notes and Accounts of DKAIIKIIICK k I.OWIIV remaining unpaid will he jptaccd In the hands of an officer for oollecllon. W. do this to save ourselves. s May at, ln59-tt-oi DKADERICK k I.OWBV. TIIOS. T. rATTCia. ...isn. d. nrsan.1... .ISA AO a. surra. JfillN M. PITMAN. PATTON, SMITH & PUTNAM, Cotton and Tobacco Factors, aso Isrm'ral C'oiiiiiilaalori Itlrrrliaista. Cor. Tchoupitoulas and Oravler sts., Now Ox-lon.xa.ss. VflENTS fur the sale of every description of Mann facmred Tobacco. July -ly-il I Bl.st iVN. Jusi received, a lot of Nashville Plows I -Lairel. Wrought and Cast Mnle-hnarde for sale " Aug dj J. M. IIKNKKKrON. HMAI.Ii lot of Northern made (Iran Cradles, 2 complete, on hand aim mr saie ny April 'i H. K. REKDER. 1II. UI.IIOO Ihs. T: m:, ajtorled, silltahle Ssf all wurposes, on conslanmenl, and will he sold at prices to suit the limes. J. M. imNUICRHI:. I) IS1I I'VI'IC'!1!. A small lot received from aee- r.l Hills men I wit oarirr a. mw nr'in i"i Ileal or Cash (AiifSJ J. M HKNUKKKUSA a rillST rale '' llorao Wniron sn.l II. . ..... . U It U II. II jm mis. mr sa u i'V ni' r . M Apl KKhUfclt.' H 5 bushed ay Ko. S30 IvlU ST., OHARLESTO 1ST, B. O. STT A llheral disoount made to Bookscllera, Col post tours, altniater and fun day Schools, for ceeh resets. Uncci, satisfactory notes o refcrenoe. SMITH ft WHILDIN, Depository Agents, will nail any book ordered from thia list, oa rooeipt of taw prloa snnaxed. A MAXZJAIi OS" THEOLOGY. 11 Kr.v. ... I.. l.m, Ii. I nfCcoisla. Second U lion. S.u. 3.J ii. Trie- ?1 50. , . ' 7" A work uffjivat viiluc fur all ( lirlsllaus, rspsciall very inliiUU-rurtho (..ik-'jh'I. Trom the Chri.lisn Itevlew. ; Tlio WAnt lis.. lo:if bceu fvlt of a manual of tlieology adap ted to the liisucTiuii if t!uit larr and rapidly luereaslns; class lay pre ielars, Salhut:i selioid teachers, colporteurs, yotiug minivers w?in are thrnst Into the work without Hate) or means for laurti es'clislru study ; In short, Intelligent Christians w!u liavo lici:lur V.u lure nor tate for protracted tuve.tiation. Tills Unveni to u.i nf.er a careful eiam Inatinu la'tter suite 1 1.. sup;i!i I'.tU waut than any otlier wa are acquainted with. BOWEIT'3 CSrJTHAI. AFRICA. Atlriiiturvs ami Miiuiiary I.ahnra in cover! eoun trles In tlio Intirliir of Africa, front 1S40 to 1850, by IUw. T. J. HoWKX. UiiiD. av.lj p. Vltli an engraved llap of Yurubj 1.00 Ir. Howell's aVurks. THE WAY OF SALVATIOIT. lly It. II. V. lliivti.L, I). 1. fifth cilillon. 12mo., ffM 11 7 THE CROSS. Ily Hkv. It. It. C. llmvKi.L, D. !.. nullinrof" Way of Salvuliou," "Kills of Inlui.t Hiiplimi," etc. ltiuo., 248 pp. . . ,50 THE COVEZrANTB. lly It. H. V. IIiiwki.l, H. P , Tii.-ior of the Maltwlroct (Secoml llulil) ( liuri.li. liicliinniiil, Va.j author of "Terms of t'oiiiinuiilini.'' "The HoDcnnsliip,'1 "Tho Way of Salvuliou," "The Ki lls of Infant I'.aptism," "The I'rues," etc. l'imo., 114 i. ... ,45 EVIL3 OF INFANT UAPTI3M. Mr Hkv. K. II. '. Howki.i., I). It. l lfth edition. lOmo., 319 pp. .' fiO A DISCUSSION OS MSTH0DI3T EPI3C0PACT, lk'twueli l.'KV. K. ). llAMM.I.. of the Aluliunia CoiiAi. encc, uuil I'nstur of lite M''IIiih1M KplscopaM'htirch, Tnskci'c, ami Kcv. Samiti. II i:Mit:itan', V.v. Inr of the Tuskegvc Ilnptlst riiuicli. niiilcilltorof Ihe " Mouth westurn Ilaplist." I'liblifluil ut Ihe inutiml reiiiost of llapllsts anil McUksIIiIs. TJiiiu., 4iu pp. . , 1,00 THE CASKET. A ColliTtlcm of ( liurcli Music, comprising selections from the celcbruicd niaster, Ik?sIi1cs a large amount of new imific. Ily ti.ll. i:iiiiiNiN,or('liaileston,8.l'.f asslstcil by J. II. Wooliuimv, of New York. pp. Second edition 1,00 We glsdly cofntiiend to our readers this new buuk of saensl mn.lc.'' Bept 10 Sin 420 SO! 377 Acres of Land nnd 9 Negroes nm s.ihv. J. V. Denton nnd wife, ft al, VI. T.. W. Uolierts itnrl wifo, et al. 1JUUSUANT lo nn interlocutory decree ironoiinceil in this enuse nt the last term of tlie Circuit Court of Meigs county, Tennes see, 1 will, on Friday, tlie 16th dny of Octo ber next, on tlio premises, proceed to sell 160 AClil'S OK LAM), lying nml being in the count j of Meigs, nnd Slate nforesnid, adjoin ing tlie I.nnds of Samuel Looney, Linnniiei Locke nnd others, lining the Not'tli-ea.t tjiinr ter of section six', third fractional township, third ratine, West, Hivrnasee District Also, on Snturdny, the lnth day of said month, on the premises, in the county of McMinn, and Stale aforesaid. 217 ACRK3 OF LAM), save or subject to the widow's dowor, adjoining the Lnnds of James Klder and It. A. MeAdoo, being the Homestead occupied by Thomas Wainack, dee'd, before bis dentil. And also NINE NKOI'.O SLAVES, ranging from in fancy to 3fl yenrs old being young, growing property. A credit of one nnd two years will be giv en on nil, except the sum off 1 60, which must be paid down. Ilonds, with approved securi ty, will be required for the unpaid purchase money and a lien relnined, and interest re quired for the second year and tlierenftcr. To be sold for distribution. W. L. MoKINLKY, Clerk. Sept 8, 1858-tds-prs fee $8.40-519 Farm for Sale. r'MIE undersigned now offers for snlo 680 J. ACHKSOF LAND, in Meigs county, Ten nessee, three and A half miles West of De catur, nnd one mile from the river. Thera are about 125 acres Cleared Land fit for eul tivation; comfortable Dwelling House aud other liuildiiigs; a good Orchard; and good Water from Springs. Persons wishing to pnr ebnse a healthy, comfortable homestead, will do well to oall and examine Ihe premises for themselves. HUTU ISI.EVINS. ScptS. 1858-Iatntf-619 "ciimirerr Court at Waahina;lon. Skptf.miihu IIulkh, 1868. W.S. Oreer, Jr., us. W. S. Ilorr, F. P. Stanton, and others. IT appearing from the allegations of the bill filed in this cause, that Krederio 1. Stan ton. John Kbea. a., and Allen fc Thompson, defendants to the same, are non residents of the Stale of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be niade In the Athens Tost for four successive weeks, requiring the snid non resident defendants to Appear at the next term of tlie Chancery Court, to be held at the Court house in Washington, on the 1st Wednesday after the 41 h Monday of October next, then and there to plead, answer or de mur to snid bill, or tlio same will be taken as confessed against ihom and set for hearing ex parte. W. K. CO LV I LLK, C. l' St. Sept 10, lBSw-41-prs lee e a-ozv Walker, O'Keefe & Co., its. W. 8. Ilorr, F. V. Stanton and others. IT appearing from tho allegations of the in junction nnd attnehment bill filed In this eause, that Krederio 1'. Stanton and Juhn Khen, defendant to the same, are non-residents of the Stnto of Tenncisec, it is there fore ordered that publication be made in tht Athens l'nst for four sttecesrjve weeks re quiring the said non resident defendants to appear nt the next term of the Chancery Court, to be held n 1 1 lie Court house in Wash ington, on the 1st Wednesday after Ihe 4th Monday of October next, then and titer tn plead, answer or demur tn said bill or the snme will be taken for confessed against them and set for hearing ex parte. W. K COLVILLK, 0. St. Kept 10, 1858-4t-pi fee -6'20 Noel A Co., r. W. S. Ilorr, V. P. Stanton and others. IT appearing from the allegations of the In junction and attnehment bill filed in this eause, that Frederic P. Htnnlnn aud John Ubes, defendants to the snme, are non resi dents of tho State of Tennessee, it is there, fore ordered that publication be made in the Athens Post for four snceesslvo weeks, re. quiring the snid non resident defendants to appear at tlio next term f the Chancery Court, to be held at Ihe Court bouse in Wash ington, on the 1st Wednesday nfter the4tll Monday of October next, I lien and there In plead, answer or J.-ttinr to said bill, or tht snme will be taken as confess.! njaiuit them and set for hearing ex jmrle. W. K. COLVILLK, ad !?. Sept 10, 86n-4t-pr fe t-V20 ts IIIIUH. very hest quality new crop ftiiariir. last f receive ami lor sals hy (. f, Hf.tJJEH.