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State of Teiiues.fe, iI'. .M:r.uC:uar7- j (
C"l . lb imI i.
VfWl Jubusln, I f W .llian Mo doe'J,
William Mjore. Ilah M n- ...l c h.srs. .,'
I'ltttf.M It, S. t .. I
IT APPEAKlNij lhoM UlC fOVFI.AlX
ani'i till s:4 :u aidwe iUi.li'-; ii Moo.v,
Hamilton Moore, 0' i,. V,jjTe, Jau.es M.-eie.
Alexander Moore, Juhu II. M re, J. Ln Parker
and wife June Barker, and Merlin Sweeney ana
wife Mary S (cne;,. ro n. u ri -.Ji;.;s of u.e
Slate of Tenue'.ee. i; iit or leie I that j iiblkiou
bo made in t:it- At!:tt:i I'o.i. a m-wsj-spir put nh-
l io the town ot A I. nil. T-.nui-e, for lour !
weeks, requiring uU nvu-rcid.i.(s to be and ap- i.
pear at the Oiioler iin of the C'. amy C "Hit off
McMinn count v, , it 1..-M in the town of Ail..ns,il
on Ib Brit Mundiy of .i: I month, then md ihere
to plead, answer or Jen.r (j tbe c 'in; .Vnvnt'f
petition, or the u: sri'l Vot-ri-n a confessed
osd sat f"-. ifniii.tr rx p i-" s w them.
wy. gimiige, v.vi-.
Aug , lt-.r fie f j-7f 1
J" OFFER FOR BALL'. IX THE TOWN oF
. Sweelwaicr, one of tho REST BUSINESS
0USE3 io East Tcunntee, three stories high;
connected with it a splendid Warehouse of sauie
dimensions. Also, a in v comfortable Dwelling,
two itories high, 2i by 42 feet, wiili goya build
ings "onnuclel, su b as Ncgro-boii-e. Smoke
house, Doiry, is., Ac. Also, a f.ot, with a pood
Stable, Crib, Ar. Ali i, four va"uut i,ot, which
are destined to be very valuaMe. Also, a good
Business House. i-i,'!:t miles Xortb-wesi f Sweel
ttittei, in a good coontrv fir d no hus'.rtwos.
Also, EIlillTY ACRES OF I.AMi in Jt. Minn
couatr, a II diiintr the Lands lo.meilv nn H ly
James M. Browdcr. 1 have a Xo. 1 STALLION
and JACK which csn l,e bought al a fair p.-Kclj
Ail Iba prupcrtv run bo bought upon time or 1c
paid for in Bankable, currency. Jit brahb rl
aJiuittitir of a conlinualion of my lnf inr. jt t La
only reasoo the prtiperty can he hoiichi. Torioiis
wanting pwrtinilars can aMre mL hv Irticror
vlberwise. WM. II. TA1 f.Oft,
Sweetwater, Tonn,, .Tune d, lW-Im-fli
COUNTY LINE ACADEMY, j
Tor Inli e mid I niulce.
THE SECOX'Ii HE.-'SIuX OF TII!$TSTI
tution will open on Monduy, (he 7tb Janniry,
1861, under the iustruotiou of jlr. J.I'. Chl vlei,
And other asitnee.
Toruis, per sotnion of 21 w.jfVj, out half in ad
vaaee and the other halt ut tho ch.se of the eos
iion, per scholar,
Tuo entire Entlih courne will ho tuu;'ht. '
Boordlnjr. In good fmnilies, convenient to the
School (wahir.K and lifhts extra) per week If 1.61),
No student admitted for less than hull' session.
No deduction, only in cine of proirnc tid si '-knots.
This Academy is situated in the Sweetwater
Valley, on the old stage road, and in siht of the
K. Tonn. A Ua. Rail Koad, 2J miles South-west
of Swootwuter Depot.
J. J. Browdnr, Jf. M. Simpson,
W. D. Browder, J. W. Ooddnrd,
J. W. Orr, A. 0. Small,
L. J. Gln7c, V. M. lleiskell, f
II. B. YKAKWOOD, iwy w,J Treat.
Doe 14, 18(100.18 x
EXTENSIVE SIMOKE HOUSE,
WITH GHEAT FACILITIES l ult S
Curing Baoon, for Early Trade.
mHE VXDKRStdXKD II AS FROVIDED
A himself with a LAHUV HHH'K' and f'TUB
PROOF SMQKli HOUSE, upon his own proinl
os, in the renr of his Store situated on Sumli side
of Broad street, where he m prepared to rccoire
large quantities of I'OItK IS SALT, which can
be converted into IIACO.V with prcat facility,
and offered to the trade from 0X1! TO T WO
310XTUS EAItLlEli than is done by shippers
from Tennessee and other points, end, a.H a conso
tjnenco, great advantages are experienced by tile
ahippers. growing out of imall lomm in tceinhl, M
oompared with those incident to shipment (in ring
the spring and summer months; Mid also the
QUICK SALES which are made, thus taking fl
the joints at an early day, before the devrlojimmt
of taint from leant of thnroth taltiuij ; nud also
obviating the groateotof all difficulties with joint
the attack of JiUt.
The undersigned has htd sevoraJ seatoris ex
perience in the ahuve piueen of Curing Macon,
and can confidently atliim that the ndvnntiifres to
bo derived by S MOJCXG IX THIS .11 11KET
are equal to OSE TO THREE CEXTS I'ER i
POUND in the pri-u of the Meat itself; and is I
done in a stylo greuthi wperior to antthina H'uVA
is ient here from other jwiiittt, thr yA rendt.riiiy ifr
more attractive to the buyer and, lucrative to tjia
CHARGES FOR SMOKIXG and SELLIKQ
310DEUA TE. Any communli atious on this
uhject, or touching tho SALE OF MA COX,
FLOUJl, or Produce generally, will be promptly
and personally attended to.
J. A.. AX? LEY, v
General Ctiiiimiti.un and f'rodure Mrrehatit,
No. SOU Broad strict, AUGUSTA, OA.
RerEnENCKS: Either Bank in Augusta, C,a,.W.
B. Sbapnrd A Co., II. T. Vetttmnn, Nufhville,
Tenn.i W, A. Ri.'hardbon, louisvillo, K.j Yeat
man, Robertnon A Co., M. Louir, JIo, ,
Jau 3, 18H2 ltn 61'3 .
IW'lhh UIVE THE HJUHEST MARKET
price, either m Cafh or Uoods, for all thagood
Butter ofToring. A. C. KuBESON.
Jan 1, 1802
State of Tennessee, Monroe County.
Jacob Smith, f
John Smith A Co.
THIS CAUSE IT APl'LARTXa TO ME
from couipluinuuts hill which is sworn to,
that John Smith A Co. the defendants, have left
the State of Tennessee, and their ctVcets being at
tachud, it is thcrefora ordered that publication be
made for four successive woeks iu the Athens
Post, published in Atheus, Tennessee, requiring
them to uppear before me at my house in the 3d
civil district Monroe county, on tho 2"t h day of
July, 1302, and make defence tu complainants
claim or the same will be taken for confessed and
get for hoariug ex parte. L. JOHNSON,
J. P. for Monroe county.
Feb. 1, S62-4b-prs fee S3-69S
FINE FRUIT TREES!
THE SL'BSCIUHER STILLvCOXTlNlES
the Nursory business, ut his old plucp, mid
nowoffors for silo a lino selection of Y0UNM
FRUIT TREES, which he will d-Isvor ot the
Mouse Creek Dep:;, at 12c for Appla and 2iio
or Sweot Cherry. New is tho tlr.e Io put out
our young oB:cls aaa r;.-lru'i ysurold ojo
Firility, K TLiii )i.i;t. Te.A
Teh 21 - -r)
STEAM SAW MILL FOR SALE.
DESIROUS OF CHAXi.UNU MY Busi
ness, I will sell my Mill, situfrted on tho
East Tounessce A Georgia Rail Road, at Kicnvllle,
within two hundred yards of the Depot. Plenty
of Piuu timber iu the vicinity. ' I will also sell
three gooil Mules; one Yoke of Oxen, and two
Wagons. This is a rutn cbauce, as the Rail
Bead cousuniea all tho I nml.cr the Mill can saw,
KleevlMo, May 13, IS02 St-7l
A LARGE LOT OF FRTSH NtW CROP
RICE Just received and lor sale at a very
Nor 8 1861
6. K. REEDER.
Connty Court, Roane County, Tcan.
:eki:l 8. Sailey aud others,
M. S. Bailey nr.d others.
Vi'ioi t"SH A"nr.)
IT ArPEARIXQ FROM THE ALLEliA
Hons of the petition filed ii: this ea', that M,
B. Ballsv, A. II. I.e -lie sod wife Sarah L, and
Joseph Smith and wilt Minerva, dclendsuts to
the sams, aro tion reildctits of the State of Ten
nessee, It Is therefore ordered that publication be
made in the Alliens P' st for four suocessiro weeks,
ran Hiring said non-resident defendants to appear
before the Justicos of our County Conrt, at a
Court tn be held for the county of Boane, at tba
Courl-houso in Kingston, on (be first Moudny of
September net', tliso and (here to p'.ffad. answer
or demur to said petition, or the saaia wilt bo
taken as confessed nr iin.t (hem f it st for hear
ing ex parte. AUSTIN L. ORKLNE, CJ'i.
Aug 8, linz-tt-prs tee ?-i i
WE ARK MAKING AND HAVE 0T
band aa excellent HOUSE RAKE, for
gathering Hay. ib'h, with ono nua and horse,
will do the work of tn Ten. Al imi rnyod
fiL'IAR MILI and KE1TI.F.
UaT M, 186.-1'-"!'.'
BUNK OF ATHENS,
. Ilirll I ' ll..
Will Bay til kinds cf Uncurrent Bank
Rotes, and Gold ad Silver.
Alio, attend to si? ?":- ii u of Jt hti.
OKOh. W. JiUSS, Caikitr.
Pept 1J, I5ii-tf-t.;; i
II A lib WAReT
. COUMNEY, TENNEXT & CO.,
li n Kir luioi.rrr.i or
Hardware, Cutluiy, Gens, Piitols, &c,
So JIayi.e r:rt-ft,
( liurtelOD. S. C
wimjh r. tr.rsrsir. oii.r'RT . iei:t.
4. 4KC AXSOX. J,ll'i:B. V. I II. LAUD.
June it, lef,0-tf-61 1
T. W. FLEMING,
Xov 8, lol lv t,.-j
ROBERT L. C2AWLEY,
, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
In Iruukhu Riiiljin, Aiuhaiua Street,
A lliiutu, st.
Hells Hay, Corn, Huron, Flour, Lard, 1c.
Xif Kemit promptly ue diic: tvd.
Oel. 4. l.-tll-if (J-0
"Jlr. Crawhy is a very clever llii.lliionn aud
worthy ol patronage" At'nutu luhtUyritcrr.
OCO. W. mill GKS. J. f. VATTIItRS.
BRIDGES & MATTHEWS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
" Office ? .rt4j.west side of the Public Squaro.
0ctlioj ?5, 1811tf c-a
A. S. JAnWARTW
r A TTflBTTTl V AT T. A W.
liti aiiee upper .'t I lira,
VA- (Vyaofy, 7t.ifl.
JfS OiTjie near M;tPonic biiilditig.
jline 17. lhMMf -flo
w.t. nil w. H.axowa,
EAK1N & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT iTAW,
Mudiauiivillo, Tl liu.
ATItbiractlce In the Circuit and Chancery Oonrti
of the counties of Itlouut, Koane, Monroe. McMinn,
and Pelk,and tn the Federal aud Puprt-nie Oonrtmt
Knoayille.Tenn. March 80, 1MH-601
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in
TyiLL VRACTICIilX THE CIRC PIT AXD
Cbauccry Conrt of IMcJIinn, Polk, Brad
ley, Moigs, Jifonroe and Roane counties. And
attend promptly to the collecting and securing ot
all claims entrusted to his caro iu East Teu
nem'O. pVpt28, 100 tf f.sr
JARNAGIN & CALDWELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
aiiTo r. siRf xoia
SAM'L A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jan 18, 18(1111013
DR. W. W. BAYLESS,
OF M0ROANT0N, TENN., TENDERS HIS
professional services to such of the fmnilies
of volunteers as may desiro thorn, free of charge.
Pet 4, 18111
DR. J. C. GRANT,
HAVINO PERMANENTLY LOCATED,
offers his services to the citizens of Atiiess
ari vudnity. He will perform any operation per
tsrnnig to jiis profession, from tho simplest to an
entire sat of Tooth. He promises siuisfwtion,
(ectli extracted -by the applioatinn of
elecLrfeiij'.'" . '. 1
Oflt'e fortneily occupied hy A.CaldwoIl, Esq.
Feb 8, 13nl-ly-0l(i
DR. J. L. ATLEE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ILL GIVE HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION
to the practice of Medicine.
Ofhce one door Souih of C. F. (jibson's slore.
DR. J. B. TAYLOR
rtE?PKCTFri.I.Y tenders bis Professional Services
fiw-t to the put.lic. Office West iid of Pablic 8o'iare.
Athens, Dec 8t-tf-b,1
DR. C. A. JORDAN,
Teeth Extracted hy llio Application
of ;iectrl It).
Office at his residenco, near Athens Female Col
lege. April 28, 186 l-tf-fio"
If You Want a Good Press !
If You Want a Cheap Tress !
If You Want a Durable Press !
SOUTHERN HAY PRESS!
M,imiatiiie I by
L. C. IHEFARD & SON,
At their Southern Hay Press Manufactory,
Dec 6, llil Ctn tis'J
"SOMETHING FOR THE ladiesT"
nil. RIDER HAS JUST RECEIVED
at bis lu i ni: in e Ituuui, a lot of
Fine Parlor Chairs ;
Cane-Bottom Chairs ;
fine Sofas ;
which he offers for sale chcu p. (.till in and see
them. Athens, Dec 7, 1800 tf 037
14 Sheetings, Cotton Tains, Batting-,
Grain and Flour Sacks.
H()( KIONI, III.OI vr Co., K. tt.11,
- Orders aul!clta, and promptly Glled.
Oet 12, lSim-tf-n.'.'
rpiIE UXDEiiSltiNKD, HAVINO PUR
X chased tbe Atheus Ll 'L1! Y STABLE, in
proparod to accommoduto all who may call with
Horsos, Buggies, Hacks, Ac, and respoetfully
solicits a liberal share of custom. He is prepared
to f.od all slock that may come, and his Stables
will be well aud carefully attended to. Charges
moderate. WM. II. HOWARD.
Athens, April 13, 18fl0-0a3
BUTTON & FH ELICITS
Itrmn Alii aye u Adisnrr,
One copy, por year $3,00
Two copies, to one address or post office, 5,( 0
Sixoopies, ' " " 15,00
Elovon copies " . " " 2J.0O
Twenty-one copies, " ' 45,00
Fifty copies, " " " 105,00
Ono hundred copies, " " 200,00
Onward and Upward.
With the December number we introduce a new
feattiro we add 10 more pugen, commencing the
"eoutborn Monthly Novel Library," which will
permit us to give our readers a series of New
Soi'TRcas Novels, without at at) inlerlerlng with
the regular matter of the Maganne. N' wfrtetids
of Southern Literature, give us youraid send on
yoJr clubs by or before the 1st of January.
fifr In ordering, he particular to write names
of subscribers, Post OBce and State, distinct and
HUTION t FRELIOH,
Deo 15, 1801 Memphis, Tenn.
Cholora, Dypentcry and Diarrhoea
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR ALL BOW
ED AFFECTIONS Cholera, Dysentery,
Dn.rrha, Ch"lera:norhns, Flatulent Cholie, In
flsmmatlon of the Rowels, Weakness of Storaa'b
and Bowels, In li.-etion or Dy.'per'ie, A '., Ac,
-i-j. s. - ; ;.. ). V.'. 1'CiS.
Hill.- MM. .MololAX .-I Al.l.li'N M .'.i
se.t-rie-i abd ua-., iu the Ja.l.d I-i.o,
,w Iluit. -i. ie, I ill" in t. t-i.i.e i, a:t r
calelui prolial exail.ii.ali ll of t uie four or the
I hundred stuck llorys. for his i ui Morau biooil,
1 aaj as p. sing in a very rruiaii.alde ail
the reqiiune joints ot on A sy. I mora Jlor.-e.
Morgan Prince was leu years old last ..!., is
a beauuful dark hiiy. wnb biavk legs uiane and
Uil, and Kithout white; neighs. heu iu jtood
fieh, J2i0 to Uoit p .un lf. Ilu-becu l r. k.u to
harness, and Lus uuriiipasn I leuuty of itylr and
action, eic.t u.u- u'.ur p. u.r. mcllnit di.-poti
lion, and f. r sino tl.i . -s of (. nit. tuit.i and
' ipoid. a' u tr "iter, i i.ot t-aceilcd -y any. lie is
leniaikably sine, and a marked peeuliaiity ot tliis
! IlorK's stock is a very striking loemblance to
I bimiclf, loth in color and fins, as we tea ex
j emplilied iu ioiue foriy speciniem of his get ex
amined by ur.
Morirun Prii.ce was tiled ly K.-ni's liranile
I Stale Morgan: grand siie Royal M, rgun (now
- living, aged 4(1 year":! g. g. sire Sherman .Mori.au:
. g. f. g. sire Justin Moriiin. lli d.nn by Canaan
I or Keuvnn Morgan, by Huston, Tiger or HoiMou
Morgcn, bv Cock ol the Rock, by Sherman Mor
gan, by Ju.tin Morgan.
Morgan Prince nieivcd the firl pretnium in
the year 1S6IS, iu his class of Sherman Moian
stallions, at Grafton County Fair, held at llaier
1, ill V. II. Al"o, first premium, in same clan, at
Connecticut I'.ivir Valley Fair, hold at Bradford, '
Vermont. It is the Morgan stock ol Horses
and this is one of them, sure that is now
priicd beyond all others, and have earned a high
er character for docility . en iiruaci, style, a.".o n
and spec 1 astro-tors than i.ny other s'oil. i
horses in our country.
The attention of all lover of good stock is iu
vited to this Horse, now making his e, ord sva
sou in Tamiessee. He will serve a liiniud nui-
her of Mares the present m u. at the stable of
Eli Dixon, live miles I. a t ol Athens, at Tt';. m-
iir.no c. due vilien ihe .A'lire is a.eei u.ined to be
In foal or parted wiUi: fill 'b" sons. n. pay nidi
at close of season; and fin tho amnio .rti-
payable at tinio of service. Mares from dis
tance will be fed at a reasonable price. All csre
taken Io prevent escapes and accidents, hut jpo
liability lor any. M.A.HIXM,
Allien", T. nn., March 11, 1 S2 tcs "03
ILL STAND THE PRESENT SEASON
at mv stable, four miles South ol Athens,
commencing lftth of March and ending 2..th
J ii ne, n ml will be let to a limited number ol Maivs
ati 1 1) the illMU .ll. i c.
CATlsIX ttas six yuan old 5th i f July last;
color black; was sired by Young ( utlin ( bred by
Brutus Clay, of Bourbon county, Ky.,) anil he by
Imported Catlin. Catlin's (lam aas ulso bred iu
Kentucky, and is an uuusuullv lino and large
animal. M: A. HELM,
McMinn co., Tenu.
March 1, 1S02 3ut 702
Chancery Court at Athens.
Samuel P. Henderson,
Robert II. McCroskey, Lafayette McCroskcy and
f,tfMcWt Hill and A-nendtd Hill.
IT APl'EAUIXt! TO THE CLERK A MAS!
tor, from the bill iu this cause, that R .11. Mc
Croskcy nnd Lafayette McCroskey ore not citi.ons
ot tho Mate or J ennc?oo, it is ttiereiore oniereu
that publication ho made in tho Athena Post, a
newspaper published iu Athens, Tennessee, re
quiring tlio said respondents to appear at ths
next term of the Chancery Court. V be held for
the Coiiuty of McMinn, ut the Court-house in
Athens, on tho 3d Monday of August next, then
and there to plead, answer or demur to said bill,
or the same will bo luken for confessed as to tbctn
and sel'for hearing rr parte.
.1X0. L. BRIDGES. C. -V.
iMarch 14, 1802 4t prs tec $3703
Chancery Court at Decatur, Tennessee.
Audrew Campbell, Adiu'r, Ac,
The Widow, Heirs and Creditors of AV. B. Bus
rpiIE ACCOUNT ORDERED IN THIS
X cause will be taken ot (he Muster's office, in
Decatur. Meigs county. Tennessee, on Thursday,
the 21th day of April, 1802, when ami where the
parlies may attend with their proof.
y. Mi CORK LE, C. it- i,.
Per Josti'ir MrConti i:, p. c. . .
'April I, 1802-3t-prs fee ?3-70ll
Alexander Ricetf u,'i.
.lames A. Dowser cf nf.
111E ACCOUNT ORDERED IN Tllln
cause will be taken at the Master's office, iu
Decnttir, Meigs county, Tennessee, on Saturday,
the 12th day ol April, 1802, when and where Ihe
parties may attend with their proof.
F. McCOliKI.E, C. it Jf.,
Tor Josi:i'ti McCorki.k, d. c. a.
April 4, 1S02 td prs fee S3 708
P. M. Miller, Adm'r, Ac,
Thos. P. Tillerv and wtfo el alt.
Ml K ACCOUNT II EH ETOFORE ORDER-
ed in Ibis cause will be taken at the Master's
otlice, in Decntur, Meigs county, Tennessee, on
Friday, tho 18th day of April, JS02, when and
whtro the parties mnv attrnd with their proof.
F. McCOH K LE, V. f: M.,
Per JuaKl'H JIiCoiiKt.r, D. 0. H.
April 4, 1802 td prs fee $3706
James A. Darwin, Adm'r, Ac,
Tho Widow, Heirs and Creditors of John T. Blev
milE ACCOUNT HERETOFORE ORDER
I cd in this cause will be taken at the Master's
otlice. in Decatur, Meigs county, Tennessee, on
Tuesday, Ihe 22d day of April, 1802, when and
where the parties mnv attend with (heir proof.
F. MnCOR KLE, V. et- Jf.,
Tor JosKi'H JIi CoitKl.t:, I. c. t f.
April 4, lS02-3t-prs fee $3-700
THE LAST NOTICE
THOSE INDEBTED TO ME 3Y NOTE OR
account, will save Cost by calling and paying
up, as I expect to leave hero for good as soon as
possible." M. M.LOWRY.
Atheus, JnnlO, 1SC2 681
TE ARE NOW PUTTING UP A NEW
W Smut Machine a Rock Rubber at our
Mills, on Middle Creek, McMinn county, and cus
tomers nro assured that their Wheat will be thor
oughly eloanod, and thoy be furnished Willi just
as cood an article of Flour us the grnlti wit make.
i un iri'T t i' n
E. BRIEXT CO.
March 7, 1802 (f 702
POSITIVELY THE LAST CALL.
PERSONS INDFBTFD TO TUB LATE
concern of EODESOX, RICE if- CO., can
settle with (heir agent, M. D. Anueusos, ot A. C.
Robeson's Store, without further cost if they call
nmicdiutrly; if not, the agent will proceed to cot
cot Just as fait as he csn.
ROBESON, RICE A CO.,
Jan 3, 1802 For A. C. Robesoh.
State of Tennessee, Roane County.
Houry Tiles, I
John C, Nelson. J
IN THIS CASE IT APPEARS TO ME
from compluinant's bill, which is sworn lo,
that the defendant, John C. Nelson, bus left the
State of Tennessee, or so conceals him'elf that
the ordinary process of law cannot bo served on
I. . ...j 1.. , .A ti t. .i......r...
U1U1, alio. U1B eutria ui-iog nimiui.M, 11 i. iiiur,'ioi
ordered (hat puhlichtlnn be made in the Albens
Post, published in Athens, Tennessee, for four
weeks, requiring (he defendant lo appear before
me, at my house, lu the llb district of Roane
county, on tbe 15th day of August, 1802, and
make defense lo complainant's claim, or the same
will be taken al confessed and st for bearing et
parte. WM. ELLIS,
J. P. far lloant coviily.
May 30, 1862-4t-pn fee J3-7M
John P. Talton, I
.. V Attachment.
John C. Nelson. J
TN THIS CASE IT ArrEARH TO ME
I - . r. . .1
I from eomp ainann dim, wntcn is aworn to,
(hat tho defendant, John C. Nelson, has l,ft the
gtalo of Tenuessoo, or io conceal! himself that
the ordinary prncesi of law cannot bo aerwd on
him, and his effects being attached, It is therefore
ordered that publication bo made In the Athens
Poet, published In Athens. Tennessee, for four
weeks, requiring thi defendant to appear before
me, at my house. In the 16th distrot of Roane
county, on tho 14th day of Aucust, 180J, and
make defense to tho complainant' claim r (bo
some will betaken as coufessed and "f for hear
ing rr,nr". WM. FLI.T",
J. P. f'"" ' JO e coos,,,
V.iy : 1 "': li-rrf.. ;- ;u
l FRSnXS II A VI Nil tn nrM
i 1. 1.
oadlj-ii 'ii d U"t letth u. a ol e.i:u
Uraaid and d i ". U rw.:i taUe Mil.AI in
atOKbt. at tLc ll alkel pie e.
ZlMXsLKilAX X kll.ii.F.E.
Julv 12. I?CNif-t 5
Wanted to Purchaie.
- rixi: Ut;.-. To it di.i.ivi:uii at
f Chai SaM M.li. oil i r b. t'ole l -t 1 el lua-
it. A y at tl.c
More . f
CI-E.VilK k IRF.TT.
6. 1 Mil st
H k v j: i. i: ; v . o 1 1 a su cc o i m .s
1 I with . ii. H' tUiU, to uhfii. l uvtiitM t- cnu e
u.tAi mail lb1 Wi. iuy .f JVlTimry, af.i-r wi.ii h
tinjp. if i.ot I ai'i. tin y will he !ht1 in t tit hunli
rut-fri1, aim uo uiisinki
Jan. 3, ln2
P. I.. r.PYAX.
KA AWAY 1 lii'M III K S L'BSt'HI HI R,
on the 1st diiv ol Fet'iuaiv, li?. six miles
I of .V.hcti". Tcnn., hisNKIll'.O ltd Y
7o,i,. lie is about 2'Jv.nrs old: about 5
in. hes hifc-h; a bright mulatto; with a soar
oil his jaw: Heihl about 1 Ij pounds; dle.srd ill
broau jeans sack coat
had nbeii be left black
overcoat: earritd one pair ol pants and a idiie
blanket; had on a bla. k oil eboh ap. He is a
very likely boy; steps and speaks o,uick. I nill
pay the above reward fir bis apprehension and
d livery to me, at my residence, or for his safe
confinement iu any jail so that I can get him.
Tdie last account lie was at T. Upton's, on Tar
Creek, Monroe couulr, Tennessee.
IV. I.. RICE.
McMinn eounlv. Feb 1 1, 180! If (ll'
Chancery Court at Kingston.
Jotqih it. jMarlin,
Willis C. Pulliain W a't.
T APPEAR1XU FROM THE ALLEOA-
lions of the bill that Columbus Doiiuldson, one
ol the detenduuis to the same, is a non-resident
of the State of Teiincwc, il is therefore ordered
I II at publication be mude iu the Athens Post for
! four fuecessivo neiks. requiring the defenduiit
i Coliiuibus Donaldson, to appear at the next term
! of the Chunccry Court, to bo held at Court house
t in Kingston, for tho county of Roane, on the
first Thuisday after the 3d .Monday of April next,
i then and there to plead, answer or demur to said
hill, or the same ill be tukeii as coufessed against
him and set for hearing tt tiitrtr.
THOMAS X. CLARK, C. il.
April 4, 1802 41 prs fee $3708
Thomas J. Mason,
T APPEAKl.Mi FKO.M THE ALI.I.HA-
tions of the bill that defendant Mitchell Rose
is a non-resident of the Slate of Tennessee, it is
therefore ordered that publication be nuulo for
four successive weeks in the Athens Post, requir
ing the defendant, Mitchell Rose, to uppear at the
next term of tho Chunccry Court, to bo held at
the Conrt-houro in Kingston, for tho county ol
Rounc. on the first Thursday alter the 3d Monday
of April next, then and there to plead, nnswer or
demur to said bill, or the same will bo taken as
confessed against him and set for hearing cr parte.
THOMAS N. ( LARK, C. & M.
April 4, 1802 It-prs fee J3 706
Robjrt D. Duncan,
Thomas J. Tipton.
IT APPEAR1X0 FROM THE Al.LEC.A
tions of (he bill thai (ho defendant, Thomas J.
Tipton, is a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, it is therefore ordered that publication he
made for four successive weeks in tho Alliens
Post, requiring (ho defendant, Thomas J. Tipton,
to appear- at Ihe next term of the Chancery Court,
to be hcM at the Court-house in Kingston, for the
county of Roane, on the first Thursday alter the
3d Monday of April next, then and there Io plead,
answer or demur to said hill, or (he suine will be
taken as confessed airninsl hiuiand sot for hearing
cj-mrfc. THOMAS N. CLARK, C. ,( SI.
April 4, 1802 41 prs fee S3 700
LAND FOR SALE.
Chancery Court at Decatur, Tenn. -
Levi II. Knkbl,
Joseph A. lironn et alt.
fiiino'fi'oii Att'iehment Hill.
AGREEABLY TO A DECRETAL ORDER
pronounayd iii Ih is cause, a( the Oeb her
term, 1801, of said Court, I will, on the premises,
on Mondiiv. the lOlh day of April next, jell to
the highest bidder, on six months time, the fol
lowing TRACTS OF LAND, Io wit : Tho North
east und South-east qunrters of section 34, range
2, township 2, West of the meridian; and the
North ball of the Xotth-enst quarter of section
27, range 2, fractional township 2; and the West
half of the North-wot quarter of section 20,
East of the meridian, Iliwassee Distriel, in Meigs
and Itoano counties, Tennessee, containing, by
estimation, 480 acres, t satisfy a mnrlgngn in
favor of said respondent, Joseph A. Brown. Note
und good security will be required and a lieu ro
tuined for the purthnic money.
F. M. COIth'LE, f. if Jf.,
Per J. Sli ConKi.K, p. i 4 m.
Murch 11, 1862 5t prs fee $7,20703
Chancery Court at Decatui, Tenn.
0. W. McKeuzio,
Pleasant Doughty et ah.
Attaehiif nt ioo-fooi ;;.
1"TAPFEAHIX(i FROM AN ALLEGATION
of (he hill filed in this cause that respondents
Margaret Jester and li. R. Todd are non-resident
citizens ol the State of Tennessee, it is therefore
ordered by (he .Master, nt his rules, (hat publica
tion be made for four consecutive weeks in 'ho
Athens Pout, a newspaper published iu the lunu
of Athens, McMinn county, Tenncsseo, notifying
sum non-resiueni luspiuioein;. io nppcui a, iuu
next (cnu of said Court, to be held for Ihe county
ol , Meigs, at the Court house iu Decatur, on the
4lh Monday of April next, then and there to
plead to complainant's said bill, or the same will
be taken pro coiiV.so and set for hearing cr parte.
F. MoCORKLE, ('. rf' Jt.,
Per J. McCoiiklb, n. e. t u.
March I I, 1802 4t prs foo $3703
State of Tennessee, Roane county.
0. W. A E. A, Yost,
IT Al REARING FROM THE AFFIDAVIT
in this cause that the defenduiit has remorcd
out ol (ho Sluto of Tennessee, so thai the oi.lma
ry process of law cuuuot be served ou him, it is
therefore ordered that publication bo made for
four eousecutlvo weeks iu tho Atheus Post, re
quiring the said defendant to appear at uiy bouse,
,.ueur Kun;sloi)ou the 8th obey of October next,
then and. there to answer, plead or doiaur to sab
attachment and proceedings rr (he case will be
tried et parte. J. H. DEVANEY,
J. P. for Ruane connty.
March 21, 1802 4tpr fecf3 701
Absa'om Miller, 1
Alexander Smith. )
IT APPEARING 1 ROM THE AFFIDAVIT
in thi' caso that tho defendant has removed
out of the State of Tennessee, so (hn( tho ordi
nary process of law cannot bo served ou him, it is
therefore ordered that publication he made for four
successive weeks ill the Athens Post, requiring
tho said defendant to appear at my house, near
Kingston, on the ll'li of Julynoxt, then and
there to Buswer, plend or demur to said attach-
i mcnt and proceedings or the rase will be tried ex
parte. J. II. DEVANEY,
J. I, far Rohnc county.
March 21, 1802 it prs fee J3 704
Circuit Court, Meigs County, Tenn.
Amui II. Moss and Elizabeth B. Moss,
Jno. C. Motr. Thos. M. Rowden, Rhadracb Row
den and Win, A. llowdao.
N THIS CAUSE IT APPEAR? FROM THE
affidavit of plaintiffs that defendant! Johu C.
Moss, Thomas M. Rowden and Wm. A. Rowden
aro non-residents of tbe State of Tennessee, It ii
therefore ordered (hut pnblicnlion be made for
i'''"";' ' .""-
wsnsr mthKsbeil In Alhena. Tennessee, notifvinir
four consecutive weeks hi the Athena Post,
i - - - . .
M non-resident dcf.ndantj to appear at the nox
term of said Court. In be hold for said eouuty, at
the Court bouse iu Decatur, on the 3d Monday
of April next, then and there to answer said com
plaint, or the same will ho taken as confuaKd il
to them and proceeded with accordingly.
W. U.Mr.KIXLEY, Clerk.
March 21, 1002 4t pri fee i3 704
Learn to do Without tho Yankees !
"llfr 'f AVE ON HAND A OOOD LOT OF
Snool Thnad, and anv anmnnt of Brown
Djieos'k. LA IE A NEIL,
Mwjk 2, I?02 I -uataia 11:11. 1 cub.
Kai(Ii.ftJ aiid rarncia'liJiplcVifiita.
i.et 1 1 i. i. j
n ' . ia e,
in i r
t everv Inn; i a. a t .
I V :1 and rl.i..t.
i: : t W. i;css.
rpiir. sn i ciBER takfs this mftii-
l od ol iuf iu logll.e public and all interested,
iiimi be bus bou.-hi ont sbi Mick i t D. A. VV 1 L
K1XS A (i.. and i? lo f lv r iuor and
i.a 1 . r
t tlii "li. in. A 1 oil ll ! u, lln. :o i
1 mud I., b .ni jo ne ar.d be ui no :
i .1 l" sf 1 1 1S a. I the ool bus un ss. lie k i' 1
i io i.ovp a VbClal Sl. l'V '! I f! ,..o.,
...Ac. .V li M. l.t'Ul.V.
12. Im'I .tff.tH
Music ! Music! Music!
THE HARP OF COLUMBIA.
I h-.it L'aita J a r 'i n'mitv i t iur:it-.l
1 ant utlu r Mi'in. ll ii p.l li.-lifl ill tli. cvt n
u-'io, r r liul'i'i', ft. hti.jti, , Ai , a'.!
dillt n it'.ly flthficd. Bi'il if ri ltiriil to any uthrr
p .-tt i.t. 1 In.' ill limn'! U J.M Ht thut it ixnitli
(IiUhmiIiv it can e i-atif-ficl. 1 ho nuik run te
hud ut 75 (cntu, Cab, of
g::uu. w. KOrSja,
Mny li lt'l -6ji Atl.rnr'sTri.n.
Athens Foundry and Machine Works, i
fj'liE St HSCHIUEIIS Wnll.D RESPECT- I
A lu'ly announce Io ihe . iiiriu of Atl.tas und
the public generally, that tlo v are cull iu cpra- ;
lion and propose (o do CAs'l l.NliS of eery des- i
enptioii iu (heir line, and Mould therefore solicit 1
Hoik fioui all those sLo uiiiv want anything of
Ihe kind. ' j
We art. now casting und hac for sale oif creht 1
si.es of the filobe,. Crescent, Indiana an 1 Iowa
Cook Stoves foriiisbtd e .uiplelo: various sins of
Parlor, Nine Pluto, Chamber, Office and Shop 1
Stores. Also Coul Stoves, Hollow Waiv. Watl!
Irons: Plough Hock's aud Jams. In fA hav
ing a very large supply of patterns on h'od vM up
during the past seven y curs, we can supply uu,
order lor any kind of Machinery that can itt nan
ted. We also manufacturo Ibarse Powers and
Threshers, also Canu or Sugar Mills, large and
Also the Kilgore Spiial or Incline Water Wheel,
vvhi.il will sin, fren tuo to tlve tl .m-'.o.l f,.. t p,.
day. All kin is of MAI HIM. UY tin.. 1 i. p :i Ho
liest and no t durable inaniii r, and t:p n si. rt
Also Iro-i I'.aiiing ofei. iv .1 rji ti- n. m
We are also j-npaicd t i ut ".l.o Hrass a.i ! Com
Tbe highest eu-h loicc psid for old Copper.
ZIMMl.it.MAM A K ILU ORE.
P. S. There is connected with (he Works on excellent-
Pattern Maker, so (hat per-ons willing
eastings can have patterns made Io order. Z. A K.
Small-Arm Light Infantry Drill of the
United States Army; Infantry Drill
of Percussion Musket; Also,
Company Drill of United States Cavalry
HIE MOST PERFECT MANUAL EVER
placed in a Volunteer's hand ; a book (o bo
I'urncii iu every hot. tier s knapsack. Price 50 cts.
Hy Captain M. . BERRIM AN, engaged for Ihe
lust Thirty Years in the practical Instruction of
For sale by 0. W. ROSS,
July 20, 1801 Athens, Tenn.
Valuable Lands for Sale.
KNOWN AS 'J HE "PAT'iOX FARM," LY
ing un the Hiutissee river, at Ihe uioulh of
J'eoee, (en miles above Chin lesion, in Polk counly,
Tenn., containing, by estimation, 012 acres 27i
acres cleared and more good Land to elcur about
130 acres uf Bottom Land all in a high state of
cultivation with a fine, largo Brick Dwelling,
large burn and all necessary out-buildings. Said
F'uttii is well timbered und wutered water in all
the fields, two good Springs, a good Well and Cis
tern. Terms inndo eusy.
Further information may bo bnd from Judge
(iiiul and Thos. II. Callaway, Cleveland, Tcnn.; It.
C. Jackson and Dr. J.M. AlcMiuder, Athotis, Teuii.;
Robert Russell, Madieonville, Tcnn., or from (be
subscriber. J. II. ALEXANDER.
Julv l.'i, 1850 tf iC4
Srws ! Saws!
T UST RECEIVED. A FINE
I of .Mill, Milieu and Cr...-s Cm
best English nca n:"iiiun noihc.
Suits, of ihe
noil for sale by
ROBESON i KNOX
AVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK OF
GOODS to their Xrw Stare oasc, on the
W est corner of (ho Public Square, where Ihey are
offering Goods low down for Cosh, (live (hem a
call. All good Produce (okeu in exchange I'm
Goods. (. March 211, 1801
inrsr.uNT to umu.
TV. A l!H MANUFACTURING A Jl A-
chino for gathciing CLOVER SEED,
wlii.'h leaves all the straw in the field. Call uui
see, ut Alliens Foundry and Mo.-hino Works.
ZIMMERMAN A KILG011E.
Aug .10, M-lt 075
NEW BOSKS JUST RECEIVED
IN AWMTION TU Tilt! LAUtliJ STOCK
ulreiul.v on hum!, I huve just roci'ivfil a lurj.'0
ut-uorluicnt, whih makes my stook imw full and
coui'leto. Any Bouk that may lit nnulLil I will
supply at pulilitliera priccF, l'r cash.
April 5, mi okou. v. noss.
IT.'I THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1801
I close mv Books, tind n iU not aijain ocu
them. 1 have bill lew Goods, but w ill sell such US
tiro on hunil low for cash. .My Books are posted,
all ready for settlement. Call and settle by Note
if vnu cant pay. A. C. ROBESON.
Jan 1, 1802'
MACHINE AND REPAIR SHOP.
milE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED A SHOP
X near the Depot, Athens, for the Repairing and
Manufacturing of ull kinds of Machinery, and is
ready to execute any orders with which ho may
be favored. Also, Bin, 'ksiuithing done. A prac
tical workman himself, ho hopes to receive a sburc
of patronage. J. U. PMITH.
May 10, 1801 If 059
rpiIE UXDERSIGXED WOULD RESPECT
X fully inform llio public, that he has become
tho sole Agent for the lower part of East Tennes
seo, of Win. Knabo A ( o's eclebru'ed and unsur
passed G''!.l MEDAL PIANOS, and that lie
is prepared to supply them at short notice, at
In respect t power and sweetness of tone ea"y
and agreeable touch, beauty of finish, dutubility
and their peculiar adiipli dncss to the Southern
climate, they have been pronounced unrivalled by
All Instruments of this firm aro guaranteed for
five years. For Circulars and further Informa
tion apply to GUST. It. KN A BE,
Sept 58, 1800-6ra 827
A LARGE LOT OF SHOE PEGS, OF A8
lortcd sires, just leceived and for a e by
Nov 15. 1801 S. K. REEDER.
A ND IRON'S, SAD IRONS, AND PIIOVELH
Jt and Tongs, Jll.l reeeivea u large aesonmeui,
and for sale hy I Oct. l,J
0. W. ROSS.
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE T1IIS.METH
od of Dolfying all that are in debt to them,
oiiherby note or account, th'-y must actually
come forward and mike settlcmrtit, They take
all kinds of PRODUCE In discount.
CATE A NEIL.
Pountalu Hill, Jau 24, 1812-lf-O.fl
rr:h Clover Fruit
rer sa a lot '.ffr-i r-'.;:-- !
ATHENS DRUG STORE.
R. T. MARSHALL, M. D.,
INTENDING TC DLVolK Ills AITKN.
Ii ii to (be Ding llusilit ... ollri, to iLr rilir.ns
ol Alhriii and .cimlv a ran luiiy aociit d sti-vk ol
Medicines, Paints and Dye Stuff's,
on rra.ouable teims, .Vrl ASll. V lib aa expe
rience of srvera! years, be l.elits biuitcll qualifced
10 gu c satiriai iii ii to all who ii j fari.r him with
tbrii patioi.ag .
Il;s icints ale ( r, iVo.'.'i' . Fuiall sMins
t r . .', d ui 1. s, bt.lt !n lollicii. ii. Pi-sides, lua
. ..;ii .i.t..'ne is ry I luittd Mid be at
ui. io io ii u-t. Dentil tl.inlin s.iLne to the
cssh si. in in mini :v.
Ile i.as on band a full Hock ef PATENT
M1DU IN l.S : also, a bands, uic varkiy of FINE
11 1.1 I .MI KY. lo nhiib special all. niion is rail
id. s, I f i, di teiu.il. id to jliasc, bolb in J ru
and qualify .
To ci. Is., out a lot of ("oi.fi. ti. nsry Lc a ill Jill
il lv no a I at v. rv l,w figuics, in. bed.
Nov 10, lM'C-lif- f; t
BOLIVAR FEMALE ACADEMY,"
Mndlitaut I lie Trim
V4LKAlt (' ISt.0.61.
H'intcr FcM'ii 4"iuni n Mt-iulny, iSrpt. 10
Winter S-n 4'l,fin Fritlar, Jan. 2k
FiiUiUiiT .tfMiin r; tr.tJit'ifr' ..t.laT, Veb. 4
Amiunl "i miin not nn-ii l iitiny, June 21
A n I Kihiiiitititit n. tl.t Vi .li,,nJo? aud Tbuti
Any pnr.-Iit g. S. M. d' AI rsl'fiuc'jial. M
Air. vi. isii,i-tf-6VEE1WATE
flMlE FALL AND WINTER f ESSION OF
X I'ns I ni. ' . i'jt i..n will coniuiriice no Monday,
lo Scptiiuber in xl. The FiUiule Dcpartuieut
kill be under Ihe ehaue of Mrs. II. tl. Co-jag.
1 he .Male Dcpaiiiuciij will In under Ihe charge of
Usi aii W. Mi l t i.b. A. B.
7 111 OX, fer Sf.ioi, t,f 20 11
1 irst I la.s, 7 $0
Second t ' i ' , ,'
lu;,,' CI,.-., ,o u0
lourih I lass, (including the Language,,) ij.oo
Contiiigeiit tee (iu advance.) ti(iu
tine half payable in aihance, the reniaimltr al
(he close ol ihe Inst hH stjMon. No pupil will
be admitted lor a k .s tunc ll,m, (be unexpired
si s.ion, alu r aduiission, unless by special con
(iiiel. No deduction for lost time," eerpt jn raso
ol prolra. ied sickness. No inj il ill be aduiii
ted without a ticket from the Seeretaiy. Tho
.Music Dcpuliwuiimiil be under the -bargo of
Prof. II. (I. Cook.. 1
Boarding can be bud in g,.,.i families al reason
able rates. J. Jl. J'ATTON, Seen.
Aug 17, 1800-lf 021 0
ACCOUNTS NOT PAID On SRT-
1 Hod bv (In
st Fcbruarv next kill ) m,, in
uunusoi inciejiitiy and Jauies Ttiiier, and aa
many other oilicers as may he iiecefsnry, to coi
led what you owe us. li e are compelled to elosu
our business, us the partnership expires tbe 1st
of February, 1802. We hope to have Ihe pleas
ure of settlement immediately with tou all.
Tho remaining STOCK OF GOODS ..will bo
s.dd cheap, all together of at retail eithei so, all
who want any thing we may huve will do'well to
cull soon, as wo are ilelermined to close out and
"P- SI IIORN 4 110RNSBY.
Dec 20. 1801- td -t'.lil
Lithographs and Photographs.
UST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASl
from 2j cts.
Call and sco
Hardware and Cutlery.
IUK LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETK
. assortment over offered In Alheiis, can bo
found at Oct. 5, BOBS'.
Metallic Burial Cases, Coffins, &c.
riIlE SUBSCRIBER WILL KEEP CON
I sluntly on blind, nt bis shop in Athens,
Ink's Metallic Burial Cases, of nil sites. Also,
Cherry and W alnut Coff.na, of various sises. Uo
will also niatiiifaciiirc any article of Fumiluru
Hint may be ord, red. HENRY RIDER.
A tlw lis, Tcnn., July 27, H10 ly CIS
sorted, just received and for sale
for Cu.h onlv, by UEOR. W. ROSS.
Sept 7, lN'O
Wall Paper and Paper Hanginfrs.
TUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORT
merit, which I will sell cheap. Also, Patent
Rollers for Curtains. All fires of Picture Frames.
Aprili 1IEOR. W. ROSS.
IT.OM AND AFTER Til IS DATE WE
will sell Dry Goods, Jewelry, A c, crclntirt Iff
tar ( anh. Wo have to pay cash for every thing
wo buy, consequently wo ara forced to dcuiimd
the cash for wbut wo sell.
SFHORN A 1IORNSBY.
Aug 10, 1801
THE MAN WHO ATTENDS TO HIS
"VirOULD RESPECTFULLY BETURN HIS
f f sincere thank, for tho very liberal support
he bus received from tho cilis.eus of this and tho
luljiu'cut counties, und solicits a eoiitinuauco ot
tho same. Ho ban just opened a splendid assort
ment of Materials for the manufacture of Saddles,
Sudiilebngs, Bridles, Martingales, Buggy and
Wagon Harness, and every other article in his
line of business, and which he keeps constantly
on hand. Ho will sell at wholesale or rclnil. and
nt us low a ligttru us can bo bought in East Ten
nessee. The subscriber bus on hand a good assortment
of Hog Skins, Enamelled Leather. Patent Leath
er, Pud Si;ins. Morocco, While Welling, Girthing,
Rein V'l lib, Straining Webb, Thread, Saddlers'
Silk, Enamelled Cloth, Stirrup Irons, Bridle Hits,
Durness Mounting, Oriianioiiis, Bm-kels, Trunk
Locks, Mullets, 'lacks, Saddlers Tools, Sburk
Skins, and every thing else necessary to carry on
the Saddling Business, and wbieb be will sell on
rensonablo terms. Call und see before purchasing
elsewhere. KUWia A. ATl-tE.
March 23, 1800-tf-COO
FLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS!
"lf E.AI1E NOW MANUFACTURING THE
f f Staihuck, Tennessee Farmer, and other
Plows, all ready finished in the very best style, ut
Alliens i'onwhy and Machine Works.
Z I MM KB MAX A K1I.GOBE.
Jan II), 1802 If 01' I f -
Circuit Court, Ttfom oe County, Tenn.
II. C, Cooke, 1
John Emmerson. I
THIS CASE IT APPEARS THAT THK
defendant Is a lion-res idem of the Sluto of Ten.
nesseo, it is tbeioforo ordered that publication be
nisilo for four successive weeks in tho Alliens Post,
published iu Athens, Tennessee, notifying tbe
ran ,,onn i.inmerson ro appear al the next term
of this. Court, at the Cmirl houiu iu Madiiouvillc,
on Ihe second Monday of May next, aud on Mon
diiv of raid (erin. and defend tho altfii.hn.i-nt In
j this caso, or Judgment pro nmfetm will bo mter
I cd against him. J. E. HOUSTON, Clerk.
Jau 24, 1 802 41-prs fee $3 C'JO
milOSE DUE ME, EITHER BY NOTE OP.
X account, will plcaso call nud pay (he same,
linmcdiurely, while you have (bo money (list will
GEO. W. ROSS.
Jan 3, 1802
C1ASTINGS AND HOLLOW WARE OF ALL
kinds, just received and for sale by
Oct. l'J.J (J. W. ROSS.
One Thousand Gallons Star Mountain
'17011 SALE BY
P. B. BARRETT.
Charleston, Jan 17, 1802 If 0"
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ES.
talc of Henry Mu'loek, deceased, will make
Immediate rm vment to the under.iirnnd. .it,d all
I having claims against said e.tato will ( re., ut
j theui duly attested within tho time prescribed by
! law. J. W. MATLOCK, Ere'Utar.
i JtineO, l82-t-715
; 1 ail Ut 'tili. Cull
soon if y,u
ii -i 1 1. n nTf n r i
a v.:t an .
3 i: M'i'tT.'t