THB PrBliir IKKID BEFORE PRIVATE ADVANTAGE.
EDITORS & PROPRIETORS.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1861.
VOL. I-NO. 10.
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rtimged SO per cenL additional to Ihe
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jr will be charged eatra at regular rate*
>* Rgmorala, Copartnership*. Notices to
-nd payment demanded quarterly.
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its to be Inaerted In the Weekly paper on-
ar interval* In either af the pai»er*, will
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:andldate* for State, County, and Mnol-
each—to be paid In advance tu every
nenU for Charitable Institutions, MiliU-
npaniea, Ward, Town and other Public
e charged half price,
id death* are published a* new*; but
iute* of Respect and Funeral lovttaOomj
In Local Column will be charged 20
der no clrctrtnetance*, to be included in
or variation will be made from the fore-
U A SLUTER A ALA IK.
and Departure of Train*.
-i A Banking Company.
tlauta, IU Kilt.—Fare,—tl 60.
£ YONGB, Superintendent.
iHiRtt PA**Rit«xR teai*.
U, daily* at 9.95, A. M.
igusta at.6.10, P. M.
•ta, daily, at 6-3*. A. M
lanta at 9.45, A. M.
bbt raasaaQBR train.
ta, daily, at 8.40, P. M.
~u*ta at 5.56, A. M.
U at 2.30, P. M.
lanta at... 11.45, P. M.
ubs in connection with the Trains
’wrdina and the Savannah and
roads, at Augusta.
it Wast-Point Railroad.
t-Point, 87 Miles—Pare,..ft 60.
O. HULL, Superintendent.
r PASsaaena train.
; daily, at. 10.10, A. M.
t-Point at 3.10, P. M.
oint, daily, at 3.00, P. M.
BUat... nM N M 7.61, P. M.
HT PAflSRNOBR TRAIN.
, daily, at 0.30, A. M.
i-Point at - 5-46, A. M.
oint, daily, at 3.16, A. M.
ala at;..-....; 7.50, A M.
nnecU with the Montgomery A
* at West-Point.
ooga, 138 Miles—Fare $5.
ly,at.....« 10.10, A. M.
ooga at 6.40, P. M.
-a at...* 4 06, A. H.
li.LZ t.io. P.
nightly, akT. .. 7.60, P. M.
►oga at 4.60, A. M.
U at 3.20, P. M.
IsTat 11.45, P. M.
eots.each way,with the Rome
at Kingston, the East Ten-
Riadroad at Dalton, and the
~oega Railroad at Chatta-
, 102 MUm—Ftra 14 «0.
i,45 t r. m.
r.is, r. m.
1.80, P. M.
7.00, P. M
7.16, A. M.
>Rbt Train from Atl.nU,
nlral Rtilro.il for Btran-
totl the Hoalh WMlorn for
hut, at 0.46, A. M.
m Atlanta, connacta with
' far SaranD.h at 10.00 P.
-Waotorn Bail Bead far Co-
okou front Atlanta to Naw
Omniha. fart in Barannah,
vtrr •not ba rod c
a factor) ag kaaJnaaa. On.
aapital, or Bora, will »ad
. w hath or ha angagea an-
- ar hot. Tar farther par-
ATLANTA LODGE, No. 541, V. A. M., meets on the ro-
' - rach month.
aWSIIK, W. M
i M. Hoei.no, Secretary.
DAVID MAYER, W. M.
R. J. Masoky, Secretary.
MOUNT ZION ROVA1. ARCH CHAPTER, No. 16, meets
on the second anti fourth Monday nights lu each
month. I* J. GLENN, II. P.
C. R. Hakleitek, Secretary.
day lit Jauuary, A|»ril, July and Octobe
W. W. BOYD, M.-.R-.
W. T. Mead, Recorder.
CENTRAL LODGE, No. 2b, meetaj
William Wilson, Secretary.
EMPIRE ENCAMPMENT, No. 12, meets on the second
and (ourth Wednesday nights.
WM H. BARNE8, Chief Patriarch,
W. W. BOYD, High Priest.
T. P. Fleming, Scribe.
DANK OP FULTON—Alabama Street
A. AmrrtLL, Cathie
K. W. HOLLAND, President.
AGENCY CENTRAL RAILROAD k BANKING COM
PAN Y—Office on Alabama Street.
A. W. JONES, Agent.
AGENCY GEORGIA RAILROAD k RANKING COM
PAN Y—Office on Whitehall Street near the Railroad
WM. W. CLAYTON, Agent.
ATLANTA INSURANCE COMPANY—Office, next dooi
to Georgia Railroad lbtnk.
J. P. LOGAN, President.
Puino RaowK, Cashier.
ATLANTA PIKE DEPARTMENT.
WM. BARNES, Chief Engineer.
8. IJ. SHERWOOD, 1st Assistant.
K. F. M ADDOX. 151 Assistant.
V. M. JOllNttTON, Secretary.
JOHN F. EZ/.AKl), Treasurer.
ATLANTA PIKE COMPANY No. 1, meet* first Monday
In each month. J. H. MKCA8LIN, President.
W. K. Masox, Secretary.
ATLANTA HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No. 1,
meets tirst Saturday night In each month.
FRANK JOHNSTON, Foreman.
Noah R. Fuwxkr, Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OP GEORGIA.
Joaapu K. Baowx, Governor.
John li. CAMrnitLL, 1
II. H. Watt gas, V Secretaries.
H. J. G. Williams, \
E. P. Watkins, Secretary of State.
Jomx Jonas, Treasurer.
Pbtkksox Tiiwkatt, Comptroller General.
A. J. UocoKSs, Surveyor General.
Timopoxa L. GcxttaY, President of Benate.
P. II. Wht, Secretary of Senate.
C. J. Williams, Speaker 1
Charlu* G. TaUMRO, Assistant.
W. A. Williams, Book Keeper.
Cham. W. Lank, Chaplain.
Dk. K. G. Cask, Physician.
Da. T. Gukkn, Superintendent Lunatic Asylum.
Da. S. G. Whit«, 1
D. G. Cami'iiku., VTrustces.
MlLI.SK Grikvk, 1
Jasara Hkhby LvMrxix, of Athens.
Richard H. Lyon, of Atlanta.
Cuablks J. JiXKiMS, of Augusta.
Qrorub N. Lkstkr, of Marietta.
Charles W. DlBosk, of Sparta.
1st District.—Brunswick, Eastern and Middle Judicial
Time or Skrmiok —2d Monday In Jauuary and June, at
2d Diraict —Pataula, Macon, South-Western and Chat
tahoochee, Judicial drcnlt*.
Tms or Saaaiox—4th Monday In January and 8il
Monday In June, at Mason.
So District—Tallapoosa, Flint, Coweta, Blue Ridge anti
Timb or Suwiox—4th Monday In March and 2d Mon
day in August, at Atlanta.
4tm District.—Western and Northern Circuit*.
Time or Session—4th Monday lu May and November,
5th District.—Ocmnlgee and Southern Circuits.
Ortilln A. Bdll, I.aUrange, ludge.
N. J. Hammoxp, Atlanta,.. .Solicitor Qeneral.
Coutlea. Tima of Session.
Clayton—1st Monday in May and November.
RcKalh—4th Monday In April and October
Payette—2nd Monday In March and September.
Pulton—let Monday In Anrll and October.
Meriwether—8d Monday In February and August.
Troup—Sd Monday lu May and November.
TALLAPOOSA CIRCUIT. ' •
D. P. Hammond, Newaan,< Judge.
M. Kknohick, Oetlar Town r ...
Counties. Time i
Campi>eU—9d Monday In February and August.
Carroll—1st and 2d Monday In February and August.
Coweta—1st Monday In March and September.
Ployd—4th Monday In Jan. and 1st Monday in July.
Heard—Ud Mouday in March and September.
Haralson—3d Mouday In April and October.
PanMIng—4th Monday In February and August.
Polk—Sd Monday In February aud August.
Wm. Paiiiira, Marietta, Solicitor General.
Counties. Time of Hesslone.
Cherokee—let Monday In Mareh and S<q>U*Rber.
Cobb—8d Monday In March and September.
Dawaon—Al Monday In February ami August.
Faonln—2d Monday In May and October.
Portyth—8d Monday in Pebruaiy and August.
Otlmer— 1st Monday In May and (Metier.
Lum|>kla—4th Monday In January and July.
Mi lien—1st Monday Id Jan* and November.
Picktns—2d Monday In March and September.
Towns—4th Monday In May and Ortohei.
Union—Sd Monday In May and October.
D. A. Walkbb, Spring Place, Judge.
J. A. W. Jobnson, Casavlile, Solicitor General.
Counllee. Time of Station*
Case—2d Monday In March and September.
Catoosa—9d Monday In May and November.
Dad*—4th Monday In May and November.
Gordon—1st Monday In April and October.
Murray—3d Monday In April and October.
Walker*—Meed ay before Bret Monday In Mareh and
**?rhl!ijl4-4th Monday In April and October.
Mayor—JARKD IRWIN WHITAKER.
Ward f—Felix llardinun, F. C. ll<*use.
Ward II—William Watkins, J. tt. Crew.
Ward III—S. B. Love, Robert Crawford.
Ward IY—J. II. Mecaslln, James Lynch.
Ward V—P. 11. Robson, Thomas Kile.
Committee on Finance—Councilinen Robson, Crew,
Committee on Ordinances—CouncUuien Watkins, .Me-
casliu, u obson.
Committee on Streets—Councilinen Crew, Robson,
Committee on Wells, Pumps aud Cisterns—Council-
men Lynch, Kile, House.
Committee on Lamps and Gaa—Councilinen Kile, Me
caslln, Crawford. DflTJ
Committee on Market—Co jncllmen Hardman, Love,
Committee on lire Department—Councilinen Mecas-
lln, Robson, Watkins.
^ Committee on Police—Councilmeu Love, House,
Committee on Cemetery—Councilinen Hardman, Wat
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds—Coun«
oilmen House, Crew, Mecaslln.
Committee on Tax—CouncUuien Watkins, Crawford,
Committee on Relief—Coun J linen Crawford, Mecaa*
liu, House, Watkins, Kile.
Clerk of Council, Tax Receiver am J Collector— H. C.
Treasurer—E. J. Roach.
Chief Marshal—Thomaa B. lioggu*.
Deputy Marshal-Duke II. Brannon.
1st Lieutenant Police—It. N. Williford.
2d Lieutenant Police—J. M. Lester.
City Surveyor—N. L. Currier.
Clerk Market—J. D. Wells.
City Sexton—G. A. Pilgrim.
Superintendent Streets—11. W\ McDaniel.
Dr. H. W. BROWN, Chairman,
G. B. llaygood, Ksq., Dr. D. C. O'Keefe,
Dr. J. G. Westmoreland, Dr. T. S. Powell.
JUSTICES INTERIOR CRt'kT.
Z. A. Rice, Clark Howell,
William Watkins, J. N. Simmons,
E. M. Taliaferro.
Slieriff—C. C. Green—Deputy, S. 11. Love.
Clerk 8u|>erior Court—B. F. Bonsr.
Tnx Receiver—William Center.
Coroner—A. R. White.
Surveyor—Thomas A. Kenedy.
T1IE ARMY OF GEORGIA.
Colonel—Wm. J. Harder, U. S. A.
Lieut. CoL— Chau. J. Williams, of Muscogee co.
1. L. It. McLaws, U. 8. A.
2. Edward R. Harden, Whitfield county.
1. Win. D. Smith, U. 8. A Company A
2. Wm. J. McGill, 0. M. I ". .. B
3. Wm. Martin, of Lumpkin county " C
4. Wiu. G. Gill, U.8. A ..D
5. Jacob Read, U. 8. A ".... E
fi. John G. Patton, of Bibb couuty "....F
7. George H. Thompson, of Fulton couuty "....0
s. Francis T. Cullens, of Clay county “ 11
2. Alexander M. Wallace, of Fulton county " I
It*. 8. P. Hamilton, of Chatham county " J
1. Arthur Shaaf, 17. 8. A Company E
2. 8». Clair Dcaring, U. 8. A " B
3. A. F. Cone, U. 8. A “• • G
4. Thomas J. Berry, U. 8. A " D
ft. A. A. F. Hill, of Clarke county “.... A
6. W. W. Kirkland, late Marine Corps “... .F
7. John Milledge, Jr., of Richmond county ... “....C
8. T. 8. McIntosh,of Chatham county "....II
l*. John M. Branch, of Chatham county " 1
10. Tomlinson Fort, of Baldwin oonnty “ J
11. lledney F. McDonald, appointed by the Colonel
Quartermaster 1st Regiment, Company J.
1. Thomas A. Mattox, of Chatham Company A
2. Qarnelt Andrews, Jr., of Wilkes " .. .B
8. John F. King, of Glynn "... .C
4. George P. Harrison, Jr., of Chatham "....D
ft. P. M. B. Young, W. P. C., of Cass ..K
6. R. 8. Willis, W. P. C., Chatham " J
T. J. 0. Blount, W. P. C., Talbot "... F
8. J. Alexnnder, W. P. C., Pulton ".. ..G
9. John McPfibrson Berrien, Chatham "—II
10. Michael Cass " I
11. Joseph A Blance, Polk " I
Colonel—Wm. W. T. Walkbb, U. 8. A
Lleotenant-Colonel—B. W. Chastain, of Fannin.
1. Wm. M. Gardiner, U. 8. A.
2. Alfred Cutnmlng, U. 8. A.
C APT AIM.
1. James McIntosh, U. 8. A Company A
SL Thomas McCenntl, of Liberty "... .11
8. Alfred Iverson, Jr., U. 8. A C
4. John D. Walker, of Scriven ".... D
ft. John R. P. Tat nail, U. A A “....K
6. R. A. Wayne, of Chatham ‘‘....F
7. John 8. Fain, of Union "....G
8. Miller Grieve, Jr., of Baldwin ".. .H
9. Lewis II. Kenan, of Baldwin " . . . I
10. Abner Smead, V. 8. A "— J
FIRST Lilt TENANTS.
L John T. Mercer, V. & A Company A
2. Joseph P. Jones, U. 8. A ". ...G
8. A. B. Montgomery, U. 8. A '* — D
4 Robert U Anderson, U. 8. A *' — K
ft. 1L M. Thomas, U, 8. A "••••*
A Joseph Wheeler, U. & A “••••<»
7. Robe A. Crawford, of Fulton ",...H
8. H. 1). D. Twiggs, of Richmond ’* I
f. Henry Cleveland, of Richmond. *'—J
10. A. P. Brown, of Foreyth, "—B
11. G. Whitfield Andereon, of PuRon, ".... J
SECOND UNITE* A NTS.
1. Jolui noward, Jr., of Muacogce Company A
9. P. L. Wade, of Screven, " — B
8. R. U. Bowdre, of Bibb *‘....C
A R. 11. Atkinson, of Bibb "....D
ft. F. M Myers, *f Cobh -K
A J. Barrow, W. P. C., of Clarke “ — i*
». Jolm A. Weet, of Morgan "....0
A Lewis DeLagle, of Rickmnnd .H
9. G. B. I«aai*r, Jr., of Richmond I
10. Robert P. Hunt, of Cobb •«.... J
11. Henry W. Trippe, of Houston M .... J
H K Arm of C*rroll A High it this day dia-
m. solved, by mutual consent. Ruber of the
pkftiet Are authorised to mUIo the btieinews of
ie late firm. ThoM indebted will please call
kd eeltle. W. 8. CAtlROLL,
Atla.U, Feb. 18, WH. JOi. P. HKOH.
II. HUNTINGTON, M. I).,
OFFICE in Rawson’s new build
ing, corner Whitehall and Hunter Streest.—
Residence first house to the left of Col. Yan-
ItKFBRKNCKB: lion. R. F. Lyon, Mr. E. E.
Rawsou, Messrs. Beach A Rooti Rev. Mr. Rog
ers, Dr. Logan, Atlanta; Rev. C. M. Irwin, D.
A. Vatk.n, Eaq., Col Nelson Tift, Col. W. J.
Lawtou, Ilenry Tarver, Albany. Jan 16.
DH. J. P. H. BROWN,
^D-U U 1 OFFICE over Massey A Unadell's
Drug 8tore, Whitehall street, Atlanta,Georgia.
All operations pertaining t<> Dental Surgery
porformed with the greatest care tws wlyje0
E. J. H. W. CRAVEN,
11A EE removed to their new
aud splendid room in Pakkku’b
Block, opposite Beach A Roots, where they are
prepared to wait on all who may wish their
Ministers, who are pastors charged half-
nrice. Calls irotii a distance attended o with
IV. J. DICKEY,
SJRGKOM AND MECHANICAL
DBKTTI » T
OFFICE—Up stairs, next door to Richard *
took Stove. sep24twlyr
—AT THB —
FIRSTOOOR WEST OF THE FULTON BANK
A great variety of
Covertd in BliOCATELLE. REPS. VEL-
VET. S1IALLY, ami HAIR-CLOTH. All
made in a workuiau-like manner, combining
Strength, Durability and Beauty!
Modelled after tiie style of L0DI8 XIV,
and many of tho Oriental Styles adapted to
American taste. Also may be found
Ladies 7 Farlor Chairs,
Mostly of new Patterns, from
$5 to $30 each.
Of the latest and most fash
Of Rosewood, Mahogany,
Walnut and Imitation, from
$1.25 to $80.
Of every style, qi .hty and
Cane, Rush, and Wood-Seat CHAIRS, fo
Parlor, Dining, and Bod-Room, with a large
variety of Children’s Chairs ; Rocking and
Nurse Chairs, with Cane, Rush, and Wood
WARDROBES, Wash-Stands, Hat Racks,
Corner Stands; Ride, Centre, and Farlor TA
BLES, Ladies’ Work Tables and Quartettes.
BEDSTEADS OF EVERY KIND.
FRENCH IN ROSEWOOD,
FRENCH IN MAHOGANY,
FRENCH IN WALNUT
ORIENTAL IN ROSEWOOD,
ORIENTAL IN MAHOGANY.
COTTAGE IN MAPLE AND .
COMMON IN POPLAR Si MAPLE.
Cottage Suite* in a variety of style*.
Hair, Moss and Cottor. Mattresses made to
order. All kinds of common Mattresses usual
ly found in Furniture Stores kept on hand.—
Also a full supply of Window Shades, new
Patterns, together with rasny other articles
common to this line of trade.
Particular attention paid to Repairing and
making to order. Looking Glass Plates kept
constantly on hand.
D. CHAFFEE, Agent.
Atlanta, Sept. 19—d3m
Louis. L .8he.n, 7 UBKL F0E DIVORCE.
John p’shean. J Augu.tT.rm, 1860.
I T appear* to the Court that the Defendant
reside* outside the limits of the State of
Georgia. It i* ordered by Ihe Court that service
upon said Defendant bo per fooled by publica
tion in term* of the law.
D. F. HAMMOND, J. 8. a
Agent* 17, I860. nov.12 1 a mth f.Jmths.
JOS. P. LOGAN, President.
PEIUNO BROWN, Cashier.
L. P. GRANT, JOSEPH P. LOGAN,
THOMAS L. COOPER, JOHN W’DUNCAN,
GEORGE G. HULL, JOS. D. LOCKHART.
I \EP06IT8 received aud commercial paj5fcr
Collections received and remitted for ate
rent rates of Exchange on day of payment.
Uncurrent money. Gold aud Silvor Coin,
bought and sold.
Loans and Notes negotiated.
St4>eks, Bonds and Real Estate bought nnd
sold on commission.
J&fr Prompt attention to correspondent*.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE !
V17E are Agents for tho Augusta Insurance
Vv Company, nnd the Insurance Company
of the Valley of Virginia.
Our rates of premium will compare with
of the Northern Companies. We trrst
eitisens will patronize Southern Institution*,
especially when they are strong, solvent and
■prompt in redeeming all losses.
8. B. ROBSON A CO.
apriil7 Atlanta, Georgia.
FIRE AND LIFE
T HE subscriber represents the following first
class Companies, some of which are now
the leading Comp" -tea iu tho country—all
having Ca-sA Capitols and a large surplus. The
Companies ihua* designated divide sccenly-/ioe
per ct. of tiie net earnings with the policy holder
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y.
Capital and Surplus fl.UH.OOO ‘irt
♦CONTINENTAL IMSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital and Surplus SMKMMHM*.
♦SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY. N. Y.
Capital and Surplus fGOOjSlC.
CITIZEN INSURANCE COMPANY. N. Y.
Capital and Surplus- $.'J21,;i(»2.
NIAGARA INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus tS06«N6i
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSU
RANCE COriPA. Y. MASS.
Capital end surplus $*91,000.
•MARKET INSURANCE COMPANY. N. Y.
Capitol and Surplus, $>3<::MIRO.
HUMBOLDT INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y.
Capital and Surplus. *C33 C30*
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE CO., N. Y.
Capital and Surplus $100,000.
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
This Company oflers aecuriiy ana advan
tage* unsurpasaed by any Lite insurance Com
pany : n ihecouut'y. it accomodates the in
sure. iu the pttyme.it of premiums, a.muul'y,
half yei.'/y, or qua'‘erly. Premium* on poli
cies ior Ihe, if over $50 per annum, shty per
cent. isonJy require *. Annuities granted on the
most liberal terms.
Ml the above Com panics court investigation
into thc : r cord't'on n”d system ef doing busi
Office on Whitehall street, next door to T. R.
Ripley’s, opposite the ••lutelJigpucer'* office,
july12 SAMUEL SMITH.
CAKVING IN WOOD,
f DUE subscriber roapeclful’y announcoa to
1 the citizens of Atlanta, that ho is now
iu)! v prepared to execute in the best manner,
every description of CARVING IN WOOD.
He will also give particular attention to the
fitting up of Stores, with Shelves, Counters, Ac.,
aft-ir any plan ; also, tho iuierual decoration
of public Halls, Churches, Ac.
few Old Furniture of good Quality will bo
rcpai'c.l at short notice in the best manner.
Til EG. MR0CZK0WSKI,
Marietta street, opposite Gas Worlu.
(IK HUNTER STREET,
Bkiwkbn MoDosorn and Butlf.r Streets,
Near the City Hall.
T HE Subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends, and the public generally, that ho
has established, as above, a
Blacksmith aud Wagon Shop,
aud also a
where he is prepared to do all kinds of work
in hi* line. He solicit* a share of patronage,
nnd will guarantee to give entire satisfaction
to all that may entrust him with their orders.
Orders promptly attended to.
JAMES E. GULLATT.
He baa on hand and for aale two DRAYS.
Cheap for Cash.
Atlanta, Jan. SO.
Rule to Perfect Service.
Stillman noisington 1 L i BEll Foil DIVORCE
Jana Hoiaington. J *» Fulton Sup. Cuurt.
Marj S. Buim | libel FOR DIVORCE
Jam* B.Bui*. J in f ' ull ' ,B Suitor Court.
I T appearing t4> the Court, by the returns of
the Sheriff, that neither of the above defend
ants reside in this county, and it further ap
pearing, that neither of them reside* in the
State, Tt is, on motion, ordered that each of
laid defendants appear and answer, at the
next term of this Court, or that said case be
considered in default and that tha Plaintiff in
each case be allowed to proceed.
This 1st dsy of October, 1860. By the Court.
J. M. A W. L. Calhoun,
Attorney* pro Libelants.
A true extract from the minutes of Fulton
Superior Court. Nov. 26th, 1866.
DANIEL PITTlrtN, D«p. CUrk.
Not. 29. wlamfSm
How to Avoid a^llad Husband.
1. Never marry for wealih. A woman's
life consieteth not in the thiDg* she possess
2. Never marry a fop or one who slruls
about dandy-like in bis silk gloves nnd ruf
fles, with a silver cane and rings on his fin
gers. Beware ! There is a trap
3. Never marry a niggard, a close fisted,
mean, sordid wretch, who saves every penny,
or spends it grudgiagly. Take care lest he
stint you lo death.
4. Never marry a stranger whose character
is not known or tested. Some females jump
right into the fire, with their eyes wide open.
o. Never marry a mope or a drone, one who
drawls and draggles through life one loot after
another, and lets things take their own
C. Never marry a man who treats his moth
er or sister unkindly or Indifferently. Such
treatment is a sure indication of n mean and
7. Never, on auy account marry a gambler,
a profane person, one who iu the least speaks
lightly of God or religion. Such a man can
never make a good husband.
8. Shun the rake as a snake, a viper, a very
'J. Finally, never many a man who in ad
dicted to the use of ardent spirits. Depend
upon it, you are better off alone than you
would be were you tied to a man whose bteath
is pollulod, and whose vitals are being gnaw
ed out by alcohol.
In the choice of a wife, take the obedient
daughter of a good mother.
Cm acustiv New Vock City.—The Dumber
of clunc'iics in New Yo k city, as shown by the
late census, is 2.’»C, capable of seating an aver
age of l.fffK) persons each. The value of the
churches is an average of $4*2,700 each, ora
total oi Si 1.818,100. In lboU the number of
the churches was 214. with a capacity of seat
ing an average of 1,024 persons each. The
average value of each church was $■‘•12,050,
making a total valuation of $*0,01i8,70 f 1. The
population of the city in 18-»0 numbe.ed ’*15,-
517—2404 persons for cacit chotch. a little
moi e than twice as many as the churches could
accommodate. The present population of the
city being 814,254, (here arc now 3,218 per
sons for eacn church, which is more than three
times as many as there are church accommoda
tion for. Thus it appears that while in 1850
one half of the people in the city could be seat
ed in church of a Sunday—always supposing
them properly habited to pass inspection by the
sexton—at the present time tut one third of
the peoplo could enjoy that privilege. In the
Third Ward there is one church ; in the First
and Fourth, two ; in the Second and Sixth,
throe ; in the Eighteenth there are twenty-six;
the number in the remaining wards range from
seven to twenty-one.
Real Property in Mexico.—According to
the latest assessment roll the number of lan
ded estates in Mexico was 13,000, valued nt
$270.0t*0,000. The value of city propei ty,
according to *ho snmo document, was estima
ted at $(135,000,000, waking <he total valua
tion of all lh* real estate of the country
$1,355,000,000. This roll was made out ten
years ago, and of course the increase of that
period is to be added to the estimate. The
Church properly ba» been fixed as h'gb *b one-
half, by oi hers one-l bird, and others again con
sider it not more than odo eighth of tho whole
real propet ty of the country. These esi tmates
,11 relate to the free ample titles. Taking in
to consideration Ihe title deeds nnd liens by
mortgage which at o in he hands of the clergy,
the estimale of or*e ’bird may reasonably be
considered within the mark in tiling then-claim
upon the real estate of the coun 1 ty.
The revenue* derived from estates owned
by the clergy at one timo were $12, GOO,000 to
$11,000,000 annunUy. The receipts f**om in
terest* on loans cannot b* nsceriained. nor
can an approximate idea be formed of their
magnitude, on aconnnt of (be deaiio of the
clergy to keep this matter to themselves.—
These reccip s, however must have been serer-
a’ millions mo e. The church also gains from
$0,* "0,000 to $8,000,000 annually from their
pavocbal dues, fees, pious donations
and bequests, and from the sale of devotional
objects. From very ce’ tain and reliable data,
it appenrs that tho tevenues of the church are
over twenty millions of dollar per annum.
i he Jixtraordintny os'imates the revenuesof #
the Government a. fifteen millions of dollars,
or five millions less than that of the church.
A Yankee I’iuntf.h's Toast.—At a Printers’
supper, in Boston, in honor of the birth day of
Franklin, the following toast was “drunk, all
"The South—May it never be necessary to
uso Shooting Sticks lo kuock into pi tho forms
of our Southern brethren/’
Dkatu of Col. Johnson. In Washington,
D. C., on Monday, John Jobnson, of Ohio,
eighty-six years of ago, was found dead in his
bed, at the United Stales Hotel. He paid his
sixtieth years' subscription, a few days ago, lo
the National Intelligencer. Col. Johnson wns
unde r, Mason at l’aris, Ky., in 1704.
Ct'Biors GKOQUArniCAL Fact.—Whales, it
appears, have got into Behring’s Straits, after
escaping harpooning in Baffin’s Bay. In one
or two instances, a fish harpooned iu the Atlan
tic ha* been captured soon afterwards in the
I'aoific ; and there can bo only a short distance
between them, as the whale cannot remain long
AGREEABLY to an order of the Court of Ordinary
I , _RHi..alh Comity, the same Mn* a part
ef L<* No. 194, one h*lf of Lot No. 19ft, one-balf of L<.t
No. 156, one-half of Lot No. 159, one-half of Lot N<>.
151, the whole of Lot 1!V\ and a part of Lot ! M. Alio.
Nine Negroes : America, a worn to, 56yean old ; kraut.,
her huBband, 44 year* old; AndBraon, x7 year* ol<l ,
Jane, *8 year* old ; I^ar, 96 year* oW ; her two chil
dren, Kteklei and Marie, 7 and 4 years old ; Aaren, 24
years old. and Jeue, 14 year* old.
All *o1d fbr the benefit of the heir* and creditor* of
the Estate of Robert D. Greer, late of said county,de
Term made known oa the day of aale.
A. L. PJTT8, Administrator.
MART A. GREER, Adm'x.