“ Tlic ferment of a free, is preferable to the torpor of a despotic, Government.”
AT HE AS, GEORGIA, OCTOBER 28, 1882.
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tA rfNUE HOUSE AND LOT now occupied
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rtiie ii part of the Town of Athens, about ono liun-
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roperty of their customertf, they hope for u liberal
iipport from the public, promising that strict and p«’r-
iveringdttvotiou to the interest oftheir patrons, which
ley have heretofore cxherled in their behalf. They
’e prepared to make liberal ca h advances on cotton,
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Tin Plate and Sheet Iron
BpllE subscriber token the liberty of returning his
thanks fur the past favours shown to him, and
still Hotter* himself, by his at net attention to his
I siriess, to merit a share of public patronage, us he
ends carrying on the business in nil its various bran-
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M ict attention. Persons from the neighbouring enun-
I s wishing to have made such as bathing tubs, oil
1 terns, gutitni, Uc. can he mode at the Tin Fueiorv
| Athens, in the neatest manner und <•! the best limit-
■ is. WILLIAM VERONEE.
|‘Jn. B.—All kindsofCopporand Brass Ware repaired,
■ d Sheet-iron Stoves and Pipe made at short notice.
Athens, Sept. 28- 23—41.
ME me \L INSTITUTE
OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
VIE Trustees of this Institution, impressed with
. the great importance of alibrding the facilities ol
uirmg a complete Medical Education in our own
le, and in our own climate, have under th»* authori
n'their charter organized a Medical College in the
of Augusta, and elected the lollowing Professors,
.. A. Dugas, M. D. on Anatomy and physiology,
os. A. Eve, M. D. on Materia Medic a and Thera-
tics. \ , P
nhn Dent, M. D. on the Institutes and Practice of
(I. Antony, M. D. on Obstetrics and diseases ol wo-
1 and children.
i. D. Ford, M. D. on Chemistry and Partnacy.
'aul F. Eve, M D. on Surgery.
'he Trustees respect fully call the attention of t he
ic to the distinguishing feauture of their plan ot in-
iclion. The course wiU be six months instead of the
d period of /our, by which extension of time, the
lures will bo leas" crowded, and an opportunity
riled for more minute daily examinations. That the
lures may he interesting and satisfactory, the no
tary apparatus and preparations have been ordered
i Europe anu the North.
andidates for the Doctorate are required to bn of
J moral character; to have attended at least two
courses of Lectures in this Institution, or one in
c other re«neclablo Medical College and a second
its, in addition to the usual term of private study ;
uvg registered their names, and delivered to the
fetary an inaugural dissertation on some medical
cct, one month previous to the conclusion of the
he course will commence on the third Monday in Oc-
‘nrxf,and terminate the third Wednesday in April.
‘ » expense of the full courso of Lectures will be
j Matriculation, 85.
Graduation Fee, $10.
Oood Board may be obtained in the vicinity of the
||ute for $13 per month.
be healthiness of Augusta and economy to the
bnt, need no comment.
published by order of the Board.
AUGUSTUS B. LONG9TRF.ET,
President of the Board ofTrustees.
D. FORD, Secretary.
Cnpt. W. DUBOIS, and
JOI1V DAVID iTIOVGIxV,
Cnpt. JAMES CURRY.
T HE Proprietors of these Splendid Steam Packets
intend running them as Passage and Freight Boats
between CHARLESTON and AUGUSTA, the coining
season—the first regular Trip to commence on Satur-
dat, 3d of November next, under the following arrange
ment:—Leaving Charleston and Augusta every Satur
day, and arriving at Charleston and Augusta every
By this arrangement. Country Merchants trading to
Charleston, and wishing to avail themselves of the con
veyance, can make their calculations with perfect safe
ly, before leaving home, when they will have their
goods in Augusta. Great care has been had in fitting
up their Cabins, in a style combining comfort and splen
dor, equalled by few boats in the United States. These
Boats are on the low pressure principle, coppered and
copper fastened; and as no expense has been spared
in building them, for safety, speed and comfort, they
art* recommended to the publie with the greatest confi
dence. H. W. CONNER ft CO. Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
A. MACKENZIE & CO. Agents,
rj|lHE undersigned take pleasure in informing the
U citizens of Athens, and the public generally, tlmt
they have formed a co-porlneHop in the
Ami opened a Store at the stand heretofore occupied
by Mr. J. EDWARDS individually,under t.ie name
and firm of
THOMAS HANCOCK & CO.
Where they intend keeping a choice, extensive and
fashionable Stork of Goods, in the varimiv departments
of their line of business. They respectful y solicit the
attention ol the public towards their estah ishinent.
JAMES C EDUARDS,
JAMES A \\ RIGHT.
Athens, Oct. 5.—29—tf.
To the Public.
I N consequence of an arrangement between somo of
tho Creditors (of tho late fi r m of Bateman & Dun
can) and I B Bateman proprietor of the
Union Hotel Property Lottery,
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Tickets, and the drawing of said Lottery will lake
place the fourth Monday in next Dtcember.
September 8th, 1332.
THOMAS BEALL, 1
T. U . GOODE,
H. J. CBF.U 8,
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W. P. YONGE,
October 5 —29—cow 3m.
NOTICE TO MECHANICS.
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BY M. BARTLETT.
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T HE next Anniversary of the State Society will be
held in Milledgeville, on the Second Tuesday in
November. It is desirable that all the Societies in the
State should hold meetings and elect a delegate or del
egates to attend the Anmv**i**-v; if not, Ict a report
he directed to the Secretary of the State Society, Mil*
ledgeviile. Judge Colquitt, Col. Lumpkin, Rev. Mr.
Law, Major Davia, and Drs. Antony and Hams, arc
appointed to deliver written \ddreanea. Let the num
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that hctiay early receive the printed proceedings.
The following beautiful Jines are extracted from the
Pearl for 1832, written by Mrs. Gilman, of Charleston,
THE CHILDREN’S CHOICE.
I mean to be a soldier,
W ith uniform quite new,
I wish they’d let me have a drum,
And be a Captain too ;
I would go Amid the battle,
With my broad sword in my hand,
And hear the cannon rattle,
And (he music also grand.
My son ! my son ! what if that a word
Should strike a noble heurt,
And bid somo loving father
From his little ones depart ?
What comfort would your waving plumes
And brilliant dress bestow,
When you thought upon his widow’s tears,
And her orphan's cry of wo?
I mean to be a President,
And rul« each rising Slate,
And hold my levers • nee a week,
For all the gay and great,
I’ll he a King, except a crown.
For that they won’t allow,
And I’ll find out what the Tat iff is,
That puzzles rne so now.
My son! my son ! the cares of State
Are thorns upon the breast ;
Thai ever pierce the good man’s heart,
And roh him ofhi9 rest;
The great and gay to him appear
As trilling as the dust;
For he knows bow little they arc worth,
How faithless is their trust.
I mean to be a cottage girl,
And sit behind a rill,
And morn and eve my pitcher thero
With purest water fill;
And I’ll train a lovely woodbine,
Around my cottage door,
And welcome to my winter hearth
The wandering and the poor.
Louisa, dear, a humble mind
*Tis beautiful to see;
And you shall never hear a word
To check that mind from me;
But ah ! remember, pride may dwell
Beneath the woodbine's shade;
And discontent, a nulled guest,
The cottage hearth invade.
I will be gay and courtly,
And dancoawuy the hour?,
Mur>icand sport and joy shall dwell
Beneath my fairy bowers;
No heart shall ache with sadness
Within my laughing hall ;
But the note ofiove and gladness
Re-echo to my cull.
Oh ! children! sad it makes my soul
To hear your piatful strain ;
I cannot bear to chill your youth
With image* of pain.
Yet humbiy take what God bestows,
And. like his own fair flowers,
Look up in sunshine with a smile,
Anti gently bend in showers.
CuffePs Parody.—Mr. Baylcy, author of 41 Four Years
in the West Judies,” says : “The blacks have ull, to a
certain degree, a taste for music, and soon catch the
time of any song they have heard. The airs of Moore's
and Baylsy’s melodics, are many of them familiar to
the slaves; and >hey often substitute words of their
own, which, if sung on an English stage, would create
roars of laughter.” lie gives the following example
in imitation of the “ Soldier’s Tear.”
Beside dc door he turn
For take ono last sly look,
At the sugar and de boiling house,
And de still deside de brook ;
He see de mill go round,
Ho hear um—dum—turn—turn,
So he raise de bottle to he mout,
For tako one drink of rum.
Beside de mule-house door,
One mule bin on her knees,
She kick the trash upon de ground,
It fly before dc breeze;
De men da gib one curse,
The manager da come,
And den de fellow raiso him band,
For put away dc rum.
He run ior lcav<* tlie spot,
Oh, do not tinK him fool,
For when the huckra come wid whip.
Him temper seld »m coot;
Go, watch among de cai.es.
You see him hiding—mum I—
Be s re him pull him boltlo out,
For take ono drink of rum.
This song (be adds) was always encored by the au
dience— ergo—Pobo never refused to sing it ogjin,
and on my last visit to M ■ 'a esta'e, if I b«^ n.*t
mistaken, the faithful negro had the honor of b»*ing
called up to the great house, to sing it before a party
of his master’s guests; and having acquitted himself
nobly, received a glass of rum for his t'ouble.
From the New York Mirror.
BT JOHN MALCOLM.
How sweet our native hills ap|iear,
First hsilud from foreign shore!
How sweet the blending smile and tear
Of friends, beheld once more!
And sweet is music’s melting fall,
The enraptured heart to move;
But, oh! more sweet, more dear than all,
The gentle voice of love.
’Tis tweet to muse on days gone by,
And o’er them abed a (ear—
For, e’en in sorrow, there’s a joy.
Than other jova more dear.
Sweet are our Mowing h^ura of mirth,
Sweet, friendship’s truth to prove ;
But far beyond ail joys on earth
Is that of catly love.
A SCOTTISH LEGEND.
BY ritOKBSBOIl WILSON.
Some people Itttve a iriclc of describing inci
dents ns liaving happened within their own ob
servation. when, in furl, thev were al the
time Ijing asleep in bed, mid disturbing the
whole bouse with the snore oftheir dormitory.
Sneti is too ottnn tho character of the eve-wit
ness of the present «gc. v Now, I would not
claim personal acquaintance with nn incident
I had nut seen—no, not for fifty guineas per
sheet; and therefore I warn the reader not lo
believe the following little story about an eagle
and n child nn the alleged authority of the wri
ter ol the article. “ I tell the tale ns ’Iwas
told to me,” by the schoolmaster of the parish
alluded to above; and if the incident never
orcured, then must lie have been ono of the
greatest and most gratuitous of liars (hat ever
latiglil ihe voting idea how in shoot. For mv
single self I am by nature credulous. Many
exiraordintirv things happen in Ibis life; and
though “ seeing is believing,” ao likewise “ hc-
lievcing is seeing,” ns every one most nllow
who reads the following pages of this Maga
Almost nil the people in the parish were
leading in their mnadnw-hsy nn Ihe same day
of midsummer, so drying was the sunshine and
the wind,—ur.d Inigo, heaped-up wains, thnt
almost hid from view Iho horses (tint drew
•hem along the sward beginning to gut green
with second growth, were moving in all direc
tions towards tho snug farmyards. Never
had tho parish scented before so populous.
Jocund was tho balmy air with laughter, whis
tle, and song. But the treegnornnns threw
tho shadow of “ one o’clock” on the green
dial-face ofthe earth—the hprses were unyolt
ed, and took instantly to grazing ; groups of
men, women, lads, lasses, and children, col
lected under grove, and hush, and hedge-row;
graces were pronounced, some of them rather
too tedious in tho presenco of the mantling
milk-cans, hullionbars of butler, and crackling
cakes ; and the great Being, who gavo them
that day their daily bread, looked down from
his Eternal Throne, well pleased with tho pie
ty. ofbis thankful creatures.
The grcnl Golden Engle, the prdo and pnst
ofthe oarish, stooped down, and away with
snmothing in his talons. One single sudden
female shriek, and then shouts and outcries
its if it church-spire had Inmhled down on a
congregation at a sacrament! “ Hannah La-
mood's bairn !” ” Hannah Lomond’s hnirn !”
was the loud, Ihsl-sprending cry : “ The Ea
gle’s ta’en alT Hannah Lamond’a bairn I” and
many hundred feet were in another instant hur
rying towards tho mountain. Two miles
of lull, and dale, and copse, and shingle, and
many intersecting brooks lay between; but
in nn incredibly sltorl lime the font of ihe
mountain wob ulivo with people. Tho eyrie
wus well known, and both old birds wero visi
ble on the roekledge. But who shall scale
that ilizzy eh IT, which Mark Sleuart the sailor,
who had been at the storming of many a furt,
attempted m vain ? All kept gazing, weeping,
wringing of hands in vain, rooted to tho ground,
or running back and forwards, like so many
nuts e-suying lltcir new wings in discomfit are.
“ V\ lint’s the uso—what’s tho use o’ony putr
human means? Wo have no power hut in
prayer!” and mnnv knelt down—fathers and
mothers thinking of their own babes—ns iflhey
would force the deaf heavens to licur !
Hannah Larnnnd had all this while been sil
ling on a rock, with a facn perfectly white,
aid eves like those of a mad person, fixed on
the evrto. Nobody had noticed Iter; for
strong ns all sympathies with her had been
at Ihe sw'oop of tho Eagle, they wero now
wallowed up m llto agony of eye-sight.—
“ Only last sabbath was mv sweet wee wean
baptized in the name of iho Father, and the
Son, and the Holy Ghost!” and, nn uttering
these words, site flew off through tho brakes,
and over the huge stones, up—up—up—fast
er than ever huntsman* ran into tho deuth,—
fearless as n goat ulaying among the precipi
ces. No one doubted, no one could douiti,
that she would -non ho duslied to pieces.—
But have not people who walked in their sleep,
in obedience o the mysterious guidance of
dremns, clotnb the nulls of old ruins, and
found footing, even in decreptilndc, along the
edge of ‘unguarded battlements, and down
dilapidated stuir-cases, deep as draw-wells or
conl-pils. and returned with open, fixed, and
unseeing eyes, unharmed In their beds, al
midnight! It is all llte work of llto soul, to
whom the body is a slave ; and shall not the
agony of a mother’s passion—who senh her
baby, whose warm mouth hud just left her
breast, hurried off by a demon to a hideous
desth—bear her limbs aloft wherever there
is dust to dust, till she reach that devouring
den, and tiorrer and more lurto s far, in the
passion of love, than any bird of prey that
ever bathed its beak in blood, throttle the
fiends 'h it with their heavy wing* would fain
flap her down the cliffs, and hold op her
child tr, deliverance before tho eye of the all-
No stop—no stay—she knew not that she
drew her breath. Beneath her feel Provi
dence fastened every loose stone, and to her
hands strengthened every root. How was
she ever lo decead ? That four but onco
crossed hor heart, ns up—up—up—to the lit
tle image made of her own flesh and blood.—
The God who holds me now from perish
ing, will not the same God snvc me when my
child is on my bosom?” Down came the
fierce rushing or the Eagles’ wings—each
savage bird dashing close lo her head, so that
she saw the yellow of their wrathful eyes.—
Ml at onco they quailed, nnd were cowed.—
Yelling, they flew <,|T to the slumo of nnnslt
jutting out of a cliff, a lltousnnd feel above
Ihe cutnruct, and the Christian mother fullino
across the eyrie, in llto midst of hones and
blood, clasped her child—dead—dead —dead
—no doubt—hut unmunglod and untnrn, and
swaddled tip just as it was when she laid it
down asleep among the fresh hay tu a nook
ofthe hnrvest-field. Oh I what nnng of per
fect blessedness transfixed her heart from
that faint, feeble cry I—“ It lives I it lives I it
lives I” and baring her Itosom, with loud
laughter, and eyes dry ns stones, slut fell the
lips ol Hip unconscious innocent once more
murmuring at Hie fount of life and lovo I “ O
thou great and thou drvadnil God I whither
hast thou brought me—one of the most sin
ful of thy creatures ? Olt I save my soul lest
it perish, even for thy own nanny* sake I 0
Thou, who diedst lo save sinners, have mer
cy upon rnn !” Cliffs, chasms, blocks of stone,
und the skeletons of old trees—far, fur down
and dwindled into specks, a thousand crea
tures ol her own kind, stationary or running
to and fro I Wus that the sound of tho water
fall, or Ihe lain! roar of voices ? Is that her na
tive strath ? and lhal tuft of trees, does it con
tain too hut in which stands thn cradle of her
child! Never more shall it he rocked by her
toot? Here must she die, and when her breast
is exho'tsted, hor baby too I And those horrid
beaks, and eyes, and talons, nnd wings, will
return, and her < liiltl will bo devoured at last,
even within the dead bosom tlmt can protect
Where all this while was Mark Sleuart tho
snilor? Half-way up the cbflTa. But his eye
hud got dim, and his head dizzy, and his heart
sick ; and ho who had so often roofed the top*
gallunl sail, when at midnight Iho enmming of
llte gale was heard alar, covered his face with
his hunds, and dared look no longer on the
swimming heights. “ And who will take caro
of my poor bed-riddeu mother?” thought
llattnuh, whoso soul, through the exhaustion
of so many passions, could no more retain in
its grusp that hope which it had clutched in
despnir. A voice whispered “ God.” Sho
looked round, cxpocting to soo nil angel, but
nothing moved except a rotten branch, that,
under its own weight, broke oflTrnm tho crum
bling rorlc. I lor eye, hy some secret sympa
thy of her soul with the inanimate object,
watched its fall; nod it Reemcd lo stop, not
far off, on a stnull platform. Her child was
hound within her bosom—she remembered
not how or when—but it was salt]; and,
scarcely daring lo open her e;cs, sho slid
down the shelving rocks, nnd found herself on
n stnull piece of firm, root-hound soil, with
tho tops of hushes appearing below. With
fingurs suddenly strengthened into the power
of iron, she swung herself down by brier, und
broom, and healltor, nnd dwarf-birch. There,
u loosened stone leaped over a ledge, and no
sound was hoard, so profound wns its fall.
I here, tho sltingio rattled down tho screen,
and she hesitated not to follow. Her feet
hotindod against the huge slone thnt slopped
them, hut she felt no pain. Her body was
callous as the cliff—.Sleep ns the wall of a
houso was now tho side of thn prucipiro. But
it wns matted with ivy centuries old, long ago
dead, and without a single green leaf, but
with thousands of arm-lhiek stems petrified
into llto rock, nnd covering it ns with a trel-
lice. Sho bound Iter baity in Iter neck, and
with hands and feet clung to that fearful lad
der. Turning round her heud and looking
down, lo I tho whole population of the pariah,
so great was the multitude, on llinir knees;
nnd, hush I the voice of psalms ? a hymn,
breathing the spirit of one united prayer I Sad
and solemn was the strain, hut nothing dirge
like ; hreathing not of death km deliverance.
Olten had sho sung Hint tune, perhaps the
very words, but them sho heard not, in her
own hut, sho and her mother, or in the kirk,
ulong with all the congregation. An unseen
hand seemed fastening, her fingers lo the riba
of ivy, and in sudden inspiration believeing
that her life waste be saved, she became al
most as fearless as if she had been changed
into a winged creature. Again her feet touch
ed stones and earth ; the psalm was hushed,
but n tremulous, sobbing voice was close be
side her, and lo I a shc-gnat, with two littlo
kids at her feet I “ Wild heights,” thought she,
“ do these creatures climb; but Ihe dura will
lend down her kids l>y tho easiest paths ; for
oh I even in the brute creatures, what is the
holy power of a mother’s love I” and turning
round her head, she kissed hor sleeping baby,
and for the first lime she wept.
Over hcHd frowned the front of the preci
pice. never touched before by human hand
or foot. No one had ever dreamed of scaling
it; and Ihe Golden Eagles knew that well in
their instinct, asf before thoy built their eyrie,
they had brushed it with tboir wings. But
all the rest of this part of the mountain side,
though scarred, and seamed, and chasmed,
was yet accessible ; nnd more than one person
in the parish had reached llte bottom of the
dead's Cliff. Many wero now attempting
it; and ere the cautious mother had followed
her dumb guides a hundred yards, through