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THE NEW CABINET.
The new cabinet has been announc ed by the President of the United States. A brief sketch of each of the gentlemen mav prove interesting. Secretary of State Daniel Web steu. ivir. veDstcr nas mien so large a space in the public mind that there is no necessity why we fchould say aught against him His distin guished services and pure, disinter ested putriotism is an earnest of future ability to be useful to his country. Secretary o f the Treasury. Thos. Corwin of Ohio. Mr. Corwin is a gentleman of great modesty and great worth. lie has risen like our present Chief Magistrate from an humble situation in life, and has filled during the course of his eventful career, many distingu'shoif and important public stations, lie is a man singu Inrly gitteu by nature, ana possesses talents which will make him an able and efficient Cabinet officer. Secretary of the Interior. J. A. Pearce, of Maryland. After having served in the Legislature of his native State for many years, ho entered the Congress of the Lulled States some eight or ten years since, lie was sent to the lower House, and finally entered the Senate on the 4th of March 1813. Last winter he was re-elected almost unanimously to a second term. lvir. rearce possesses a clear, comprehensive mind, and is a man of great alacrity and quick percept:on. He is remarkable for his devotion to business; and his suavity of manners. The universality of his knowledge and the ease with which he can grasp any subject, fits him particularly for the post to which ho has been nailed. Secretary of Wat Edward Bates of Missouri. One of the purest men living; born low down on the Potomac, in the State of Virginia, is lnlermar l ied in one of the first families of South Carolina; romoved early to Missouri whilst she was a territory, and entered at once upon the practice o: his (the legal) profession, where he soon reached the position of the first lawyer in the State. He served in Congress some twenty years ago: Secretary of the Navy Wm. A. Graham of N.Carolina. - 1r.Gratiam tins served in the Legislature of North Carolina, and the lower House of Congress, with great abilitv and use fulness, In November, 1840 he was elected by the Legislature to supply the vacancy in the Senate of the United States occasioned by the resig nation of Robert Strange. He has since been Governor of the State. In all these situations he has acquitted himself with ability. He can scarce ly be said to be a brilliant man, but has great practical knowledge and solidity of judgment. Postmaster General A. U. Hall, of N. York.--Of Mr. Hall we know but little. We believe he gained con siderable reputation as the editor of a Whigjournal in Buffalo N. York. It was there he became acquainted with Mr. Fillmore, and an intimacy sprang up which has since ripened into a strong friendship. Mr. H. is, we believe, now abroad as Charge to one of the South American States. He is said to be a man of great ability. Attorney General John J. Crittetr den. The talented and distinguished Mnel Magistrate ot Kentucky is so well known and so universally re spected and esteemed that it would be supererogation on our part to say one word in his praise. Uur only fear is that he will not except; still we should think he has not been nominated un less by his own consent. Lou. Jour of Commerce. Wool. In Secretary Meredith's report is embodied a statement ot Dr, E. Itobbins. of Boston, of considerable interest in relation to the value of this Great staple to the whole nation : "The consumption of wool in the United States is estimated at ninety millions of pounds each year. The number of sheep in the United States may bo reckoned to be Ironi twenty tothiity millions. The capital invest ed in sheep husbandry is supposed to be $330,000,000, which is greater by eighteen millions than the sum invest ed in 184G in land for the cotton cul ture. The annual aggregate product of sheep husbandry is estimated at 337,664,000." A Minister Knocking Himself out of his own Pulpit. A Sabbath or two ago, in a small church not a hundred miles from the Sol way, a young preacher of Herculean ability, physical and mental, was approaching the climax of one of his Roman bursts of eloquence, when the front of the Eulpit, which had for half an hour een treated most cruelly, suddenly gave way, and the earnest and strik ing preacher, to the great consterna tion of the audience, and the still greater horror of the precentor, was pitched headlong half way up the area of the church. The preacher escaped with a few slight bruises, but the poor precentor, we are sorry to state, was severely injured. Good hopes, however, are now entertained of his recovery. Dumfries Courier. Puor. Webster Interview with LlTTLEFIELU, JANITOR OP THE CoL- leoe. Yesterday afternoon, at the solicitation of Prof. Webster, Mr. Liltlcfield. the ianitor of the Medical , ' ollego, and principal witness for the i government on the trial of Professor Webster, visited the jail, and had an interview with tho condemned man, in the presence of MrAndrews, the jailor. As he wont into the cell, Prof. Webster greeted him with great cor diality, tnkinir him by the hand, and told him that he had long been desirous certain hour, Hie doors ol Ins house of seeing him, in order to make his would bo closed upon her, and be acknowledgments to him. Professor would not open them. Miss K. start Webster said he had done him, Lit- ed, and it appears remained away tlelield, great injustice, and asked his over the time; and when she returned forgiveness. the doors wec closed, and no one Mr. Liuleficld replied. "I forgive would admit her. On returning to you. Dr. Webster, with all my heart, her father's house and finding it closed and I pity and sympathise with you." against her, she spent some time in He told him that it was a painful walking near the house, and then made thing to go on to the stand and testify another ineflbctual attempt to gain against him, but that ho felt it to bo admittance. She then sought out the his duty, and he had no right to shrink young man with whom she had passed from it. If he had testified to any thing that was not strictly correct, it was not done intentionally by him; if he had, he asked his (Webster's) for giveness, Mr. Webster replied "Mr. Littloi field, all that you said was true you have misrepresented nothing but, as a dying man, I have no recollection in regard to the sledge hammer." He requested an interview with Mr. Littlefielil's wife, who will, we under stand, visit him this afternoon. Both Prof. Webster and Littlefield were much affected during the inter view, and they parted with mutual good feeling. We are also informed that Prof. Webster seems perfectly resigned and very penitent, lie says that he has made his peace above, and is prepar ed to die. His only sorrow is con cerning his unfortunate family; the officers of tho jail have no apprehen sion that he will commit suicide. No one is permitted to see him they hold a permit from tho unless sheriff. We understand that Mrs. Littlefield will visit tiie Professor to-day. The Times says: It is not the least singular fact, among all the circumstances of this uflair, that Webster has not yet rc signed his "Ewing Professorship of chemistry and mineralogy" in Har vard University; neither has he been removed, nor lias another been ap pointed in his plane consequently he is still a full professor, and it is a full professor in the first seminary of learning in the United States, who will bo executed on Friday, August 30th. unless he anticipates his duuin by suicide. Boston Journal. There is nothing, perhaps, which more strongly characterizes an intel ligent people than the posiure of com posure they are certain to maintain in the midst of causes of anxiety and commotion. When events take place of vast importance, uncertain in their consequences, and wholly unexpected, such a nation holds itself in equilibrio, and calmly looks abroad upon the altered scene. An event of this description, mourn ful in itself, doubtful in its effects, yet pregnant with grave influences, now nfllicts our country. The first im pulse of every one is to reflect. We have met with a great loss, hut the Republic remains. The deceased President was a great and good man. ami th; nation loved him. But all that is great and good has not been buried in his grave. Strong men sur vive; patriots live; tho mighty com monwealth is safe. Newark Daily Advertiser. It will be seen by the following that Mrs. Partington is still about. 'Put on your shawl and bonnet, and come right along," said Mrs. Parting ton, as she rushed breathlessly into her neighbor's. "An antiquated gen tleman has just survived in town with a feminine priest craft right from Egypt. I wouldn't have believed it, if the woman that gave me the injlam malion hadn't been notorious for her voracity. A live mummy three thou sand years old, Sho pot balinu whon ' she wns eighteen, and ain't grown old - - j -- --- - n particle since. n... u:i, M i But only think, Mrs. Granbr! they're coine to strip her right before tho auditory. Shant you faint? Mrs. Pealiody says there wont be a single immortal feeling engen dered, as the mummy man knows nothing about genders. Vo hum! lor I want to hear the interruption of the hipopdltamasses found in the sycosparowgrass." Ravazcr of Cholera at Sagua la Grande. Capt. Crookcr, of brig George W. Brinkerhoff, arrived at Boston on the 0th, irom angua ta Grande, 23d ult.. reports tnai me cholera still raged with great viru- lence at that place, carrying on ooin whites and negroes in great numbers. Upon one plantation seventy negroes died in a few days. Nearly ull the physicians have lied Irom the place. The mortality was proportionately greater at Sagua than upon any oilier part of the Island. N. Y. Post. Melancholy Suicide. A young lady named Kenn, residing in Cov ington, Ky., drowned herself in the Ohio river on Sunday week. Miss K., it appears, had received and en- couraged the address of a gentleman whom her father disliked, and whose visits to the house he had forbidden. Sunday evening the young man came to the house ami invited Miss K. to take a walk with him. When she was about starting, her father toid her that if she did not return by a the evening, and requested him to provide for her comfort and protection during the night, lie thought it would be more proper for the young lady to pass the night under her father's roof, and advised her once more to try and effect an entrance, and if unsuccessful, to return to him for prelection. She complied so far as to try again at her father's door, but with no better suc cess than before. She then started for the ferry, intending to seek a home at her sister's house, in Cincin nati. It being in the evening, the ferry boat had laid up for the night. She requested tho ferryman to get up steam and take her over the river, which ho positively refused to do. She asked him for a skiff ami snid she would row herself over. Me either had mine or would lend her mine. Finding herself thus ballled at every point, in despair she rushed to the outer edge of the wharf ami threw herself into the river, which s"on i closed over her fair form. What makes tho matter still worse, the Awns says the father manifesto I a biutal indifference upon the subject, when informed that his daughter was drowned. Execution. Geo. W. Evans, a young man convicted of murder, was executed at Macon, Geo. on Friday week, in presence of an immense con course of persons. He was born and reared amid profligacy and crime whieh had combined to destroy the better impulses of his nature. The Alacon Messenger says: 'On tho scaffold he warned the youth of the country to beware of his example, and shun the ways of wick edness which led to the ignominious gallows; and, in alluding to the teach ings of his own sinful mother, gave fearful warning to the mothers of ihe land to look well to tho habits and conduct of their children." CO 31 31 13UCI AL. DALTON MARKET. Wednesday, July 31, P. M. Editor Post: Our market affords notion? of inletesl this week. Business is still dis agreeably (lull. Provisions of all kinds le mma alarmingly scarce although very high prices in cash are dailv offered. (J a con is the only article of which wn can claim anything like a compeient supply. It is now taken Ireely at 5: to Cc, hoi round Corn and Corn Meal remain at former quotations, say 75 to SOc per liu. Flour, verv scarce, 4 lo 4J per 100 His. Feathers 28 a 30c. Wheat a few small lots of Wheal have been sold at SI per bu. Messrs. Cooper &. Wiley have their agent, Mr. G W. Sel. vase, here who are taking all the good Wheal they can eel at 81. Mr. J. II. Wells is also buying for the Augusta Mills and wants a large amount of good Wheat, well cleaned. There are also other Mills wnii their agents in this market who wish to hny Wheat. Groceries remam at former quotations. J. N. GATE. To those who hare been in the Service of the United States since the Revolution. THE undersigned being familiar with all the Executive rules and regulations, and the character of proof necessary to en able those who have been eniraged in the service of the United Stales since Ihe War of the Itevolulion, lo have their claims for Pensions. Bounty Land. Arrearages of A ay anu extra ray, etc., m ui.e ui an i ' . manv ied roperly r i t-, ri u . ll .. r prepared tor adjudication before the De. payments at Washington, respectfully iu vile the attention of such to an interview with them, where they may learn some, ihing to their advantage. Those who have hten injii'ed bv sickness or otherwise whil in he service of the United Stales, ae emit led to a Pension. Many claims are Inst for want ol proper steps at the outset, or by being prepared by an inexperienced per son. Our charges are moderate. Residence one mile and a hall above Calhoun, Mc Minn county, Tenn. JOHN HAMRRIGHT. h. Mcdowell McELRATfi. Aug. 2, 1850 tl 97 Lost, A ROUT the I5ih ot June. 1850. in Ihe ruv of Philadelphia. Hick & llen- DEasoif s note. (t MeMinnville, lenn.; dated March 6. 1816. at six mnmm. in fa vor of James Walker, lor $1831. AH persons are cannoned aramsi receiving sanl note. JAM KS W A LKF.R. Hater. Church JIUty, Philadelphia. Aus.2,1850-5t 97 LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST, W. L.H I G H, FORMEULY of ihe firm of V. L. High & Co., ami late of High & Wright, Wholesal nml Reiatl Merchants ot I he city ol Dalton, lakes this method ol inform ing the pt?i)!e ol Tennessee ami others in general, lhai lie litis just added largely In his former stot'k, mid lias now on hand an extensive slock of Dry '.luoils, Groceries, Hardware, Saddlery, Hats, Bouts and Shoes, and nil other article usually kept in tins inatkei, which 1 a in determined to sell at unusually low prices lor either Cash or ( "ouutry I'roiliice. The subscriber uio-i respectfully requests his old IriemU to call anil see linn wl en Ihey li-u Oallon, a- h- ferl ronliJetit lie can make it to their inletesl to do so. All kinds of Produce Liken in exchange lor "oods at the highest rash prices. WM. L. HIGH. Daltnn, Aug. 2. 1?"i0 if i7 Cash Vheat Agency. 1 ft nOO BUSH E L H W II E A T 1U,UUU WANTED, delivered al Dal Ion, for which the highest price will be paid in Gash. BO3 All who brinsr Wheat lo this mars ket wiil do well to give the undersigned a call before selling. JOHN II. WELLS, Jlseut. Dalton, Aug. 2. 1850 5i W Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue ol an order ol sale issued from Ihe Circuit Court Clerk's olfice of Meigs county, I will, on the Mth day of September next.al Ihe Court-house door in the town of Decaiur, proceed to sell the undivided interest of H. U. McCartney in the following described land: The South west (luarter of Section 14, 4 h Range, 3d Fractional Township. West of the Meridi an, in the Hiwassee District. Meigs coiinlv, and Stale of 'IViiness ' Wed on as the property of said 11. II. McCartney, in sat isfy a judgment and cost in favor ol B F. MrKenzie, Administrator. The above land will he sold on said dav, unless debt and costs are previously paid. WM S. HUSSE.L. Sheriff' of Meis comity. An? 2, 1850 4i " '.17 Chancery Court at Madisonville, Charle- p. iveitli, i Bill of The Administrators and h law of Kbeni-zer Johnson eirs at R , dee'd J eviver. IT aopearniL' satisfactorily mat defend' ' ants Smith Inglehart and Mariah, his wile, John C. Lord and Mary his wife, Lucy E. Johnson, widow of Ehenezer Johnson, deceased, and Herbert L., Ceha, and Sarah Louisa Johnson, minor children ol said Ebenezer Johnson, dee'd, and Charles Einest and William Sherwood Johnson, minor child'en of William John son, dee'd, and grandchjlden ol said Ebe nezer, are nol resident in Ihe Stale of Ten nessee, publication is ordered for four weeks in the Athens Post requiring said non-resident defendants to appear al the next term of the said Chancery Court 'o bel held at the Courl'house in MadMunville on Ihe 3d Monday of September next, and make their defence lo complniuaul'tl bill and bill of reviver in this ease. J. A. COFFIN. C 8,- M. Aug 2. I M0 4t Pr'sleeg3 U7 AUGUST LOTTERIES. CONSOLIDATED Lotteries of IVFaryland GOLVIN & GO. Agency. N.W. cor. Baltimore ScCalvert sis., Muskum Bun. dino, Jialtimore. Md. We have nol space to enumerate in Ibis advertisement ihe vast number of large prizes sold by Ihe Maryland agency in July. Suflico it lo say thai our record and tiles ol prizes sold show ihe amazing amount of S451,000 In Prizes sold in July by Colvin J C'. Amongst which we find I of 2.".r()0, Wo. 28 04 71. Sold lo N. Y. ot 311.1100, No. 34 47 .r)0. Sold to Md. I of 20.000, No. II 15 27, Sold in Teun. I of 10,000, No. 7 40 "'.), Sold to Ala. of 2(i.000. No. 31 41 0", Sold lo La. I of 24 .000. No. 20 41 ")2. Sold lo N. C. All sold in packages of tickets, to cor respondents in U i Hi rent parts of the United Staies. Snlendid Lotteries for Aug.. 1S.70. l'riee of Ve Date. Aug-. Capitals. 1, 20.000 2, 20,0110 3, Sol 211.000 No. of Bals.Tk'is. oKlrs. 72 nos. 13 dr. I7 78 nos. 15 dr., 75 nos. 12 dr., 78 tins. 14 dr.. -, 5. 10, 8, r. 10, 5. 5. 10. 8, 5, lo, 5, 2. 15, 21. I. 10, 5, 24. 10. 24. 5. I. 10 32! 27 I '7 32i 17! 171 o. 6. 7, 8, !. 10, 12. 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, . 19. 20. 21. 22. ,000 20.000 3;". (100 20.000 20.000 34.000 2.V0OO 21.000 32,000 20.000 10,000 50.000 8,500 5,000 33.000 18,000 8,000 40,000 9.000 20.000 5.000 1 8.01 K) 15,000 57,500 above 75 nos. 15 dr., 75 nos. 14 dr., 78 nos. 15 dr., 75 nos. I I dr., 78 nos. 18 dr., 75 nos. 12 dr., 78 nos. 13 dr., 78 nos 15 dr., 75 nos. 15 dr., 78 nos 1 3 dr., 78 nos. 1 2 dr., 75 nos. 15 dr., 78 nos. 12 dr , 75 nos. 13 dr., 78 nos. 15 dr., 75 nos. 15 dr., 75 nos. 12 dr., 72 mis. 13 dr., 75 nos. 12 dr., 75 nos. 12 dr., 75 nos. 14 dr , 78 nos. 14 dr., 374 t,7l j"- I 23, 24, 20. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. The 4, 20. 75 nos. 14 dr are far offered Ihe most brilliant One order for a schemes ever Capital Prize! Ot-Correspondents ran transact business through ihe mails willi lhi agencv, as well as though personally r-senl. Leitert carefully directed and answered hy return mail. Managers Oilii-ial Drawings, Willi slate, iiieni ol result, seal under close rnve.ope to all who iider lirkels. liank mile on all good hanks in ihe rouii'ry, or Prize nrkets received In pay ment, al par, lor iiekets. Priz ranted al sigh'. Rank drafts re mined In tlui holding prizes. All order are carefully romplied with The most prompt attention always given to orders. Please address COLVIN & CO. N.W. cor Baltimore & Calverisis . Museum Building, Baltimore, Md. Aug. 2, 1850 loi 97 Newest Goods ! J UST receiving and opening alotir FAC TOltY STORE, a large and well tie lecled stock ol Summer and Fall Goods, purchn-ed in New York and Philadelphia, by one of the firm consisting of an ele jiaul assortment ol Ladies Dress Goods and Gentlemen's Wear, Boots and Shoes, lials and Caps, Groceries, and every article usually kept by merchants in our country. I'le.ise call and examine our slock as we f el confident we can mate it your interest to buy nil your Goods of us. We believe a ' n i in Me sixpence is heller than a bIow shilling," and will iherelore sell very low for cash. J AS. METCALFE & CO. July 20, 1850 tf LINN, SMITH & CO, JV'o. 2131 Market street, fltiludelphia, Wholesale Druggists AND IlK.W.KKs IN Driiics, Medicines, Chemicals, Surt;ir.nl and Obstetrical Inst ruments. Medicine Cheslt, Medical Saddlebags. Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils ll'indow (llass, Var nishes, JJijistnJI's; Perfumery, HfC. Also, Manufacturers ol Ihe celebrated Congress H'ritinu; Ink and Ink Powder. FIMIIS Ink is unsurpassed in quality, hav-"- ihg never laded lo commend itsell wherever it lias been brought into use. We are now prepared lo furnish it ol all colors, in bottles from a quart to one ounce, neatly packed in boxes Irotu one to tin en duxen each. L. S. Sc Co., have at all limes a complete i assortment ol every article in llieir line, to ' whieh they invite the intention ol I ) I ! I T( GISTS and COUNTRY MCltCllANTS, In the selection and prepaialion of their articles Ihey spare no pains lo have them of undoubted qualities, so that Ihey feel prepared lo fill ihe orders of those who wish pure Drugs, in a manner which ihey feel confident will prove satisfactory. They are also careful as to the style of putting up and packing 'heir Goods, in order lo insure their safe carriage to any point in the country. Orders by leiler will at all tunes receive prompt and careful attention, and to any Druggist of respectability, our Price Gur- lenl will he sent it requested. Juh 20, 18.30 Gm DO A Likely Negro Girl for Sale ! rH E subscriber has a GIIJL which he will s likely NEGIIO ell on reasonable terms. Said girl is in her loth year, likely, ol good size, healthy and stout. His resi dence is in Mi: Mi n n county, 12., miles South of Athens, on the road leading io Ihe mouth of Ocoee. Any person wishing lo purchase can call and see for themselves THOS. THE W. Me Minn co July 2G, 1:j0-3i 00 Chancer' Court at Madisonvillc. Joseph I'richard, t'j. Joseph H. Piichard and William Isles, Sr. I 1 appearing from llie bill filed in this case, that defendant Joseph 11. I'richard resides In Georgia, publication is ordered lo he made for four successive weeks in the "Athens l'ost," requiring said non-reident defendant lo upper r al ihe next term ol said Chancery Court to he held at the Court house in Madisonville on the 3d Monday of September next, and make his delence against said hill, or the game will be taken a confessed, and heard according ly. JAMES A. COFFIN. C. & M. July 20, 1850 It Pi's fee 3 1)0 Robert Richey, M David Hunter and Ambrose Hunter. 1ILL stales that defendants are not resi dent in the Slate of Tennessee, publi cation is therefore ordered (o be made for lour weeks in the "Alliens I'ust," notifying said defendant", D .vid anil Ambrose Iluu ler lo appear ai the next term of said Chan cerv Go.nl, lo be held at ihe Court house in Madisonville, on ihe 3d Monday of Sep tember next, and make ilieir delence against said lull filed by Holier! Richy, or Ihe same will tip sel Ibr hearing pro ron fem. JAMES A. COFFIN, C.& M. July 20, lN".0 li l'rsleeis3 DO John Gitflith and Henry Marshall, Admin istrators ol Will. Grillith, dee'd, vs. The Creditors of Win. .riflith, dee'd. HILL charges that the estate of Will, (riflith is insolvent, and prays the liansler ol the administration thereon from the Coun'V t'onrl lo said Chancery Court, and an injunction inhibiting the creditors Irom proceeding al law, which has been granted. The-creditor of said estate are hereby notified lo come in and be made de. lendanis, and prosecute their claims in said Chancery Court, according to the rules ot i ue i iiuii. JAMKS A.COFFI.N, C. & M. July 20, 1850 It IVs lee $3 VO Benjamin While, rs. .1 Cross Dill. Mastin Henderson and others 1 1 1,1, states thai delendanl Henderson ' resides in Texas, publication is there fore ordered io he made ill the "Athens I'osi," lor four weeks, requiring said Mas on Henderson lu make his personal ap pearance at Ihe next lerm of said Chance ry i 'nun. in he held ai ihe Court house in Madisonville, on Ihe 3d Monday of Septem ber next, and deleml against said lull. JAM F.S A. COFFIN, O. &. M. July 20, 1850 It IVs tee .3 'Hi Slalc of Tcnnoscc .Monroe co. Circuit Court tYnk'sOn u t Lil' iuda I Sordini, M. WiIImiii Gordon etiiion for Divorce. IT appearing from ihe petition, which sworn io, thai Hie delendanl is a non-l-Mdeiil, it i iherelore ordere.l ill at publi cation he niade lor lour successive weeks in Ihe A ill' li I'osi, noiil'villg the defendant lo appear bed re ll. Jmlgp of our next Or cui. ouri, al ;ne Court liu-e in Madison ville, Monroe coumy and Stale afiir.said, on Hie second Mondav in Srpieniher next, then and there lu answer the allegations in said l.ill.oi Ihe same will be lakeu pro con fesso and sel tor hearing. K. K. GUIFFITII. CUrk. July 20, 1550 4t IV Ue $3,50 W FOREST HILL ACADEMY. riMJE FALL SESSION of this Instiiu-J- Hon will commence on Ihe First Mon day in September next, under Ihe superin tendence of Mr. Charles I'. Samuel, as sisted by his Lady, and close the last Friday in January. Mi. SatiHifJJs abiHiv and faithfulness as a couiprieunuiirefWienl instructor, have been liiorouj lily nod salinlacturily lesled within the last sixteen years. The Trus tees can, Iherelore, safely recommend litis) Institution to I .e consii.eraiiou of those who desire their suns and daughters, to be well taught. Ttn.Ms, per Session of Fire Months, Pay' ahlc at the end of the session: spelling, lleailnii;, V riliiijj and Aiitliuieiic, J English Grammar, Geography,? and I lie above, J g-5,00 8,00 10,00 Latin and r rench Languages, Mathematics, Natural Philoso "'I phy, Moral Science. Astrono my, $.., J Extras. Instruction in Double-Entry Book") Keeping will be given lo 6IU- I drills, and lo any oun men f" who may desire it, J Elenieinary Drawing for small) children, 2 lessons per week, J Drawing and Painting on Enam-) eled sin f ace 2 lessons per Week, J Lvihoeruphic or Monochromatic ? I'aiiiniig, 2 lessons per week, J Mezzotint Painting, 2 lessons per J week, 1 8,00 1,00 S.00 G.00 5,00 l)y ordr r of the Board of Trustees all the young Ladies and Gentlemen can ob lain certificates of commendation in any or all of the branches they may have studied, by undergoing a lair and thorough exami' nation, il their performance and moral d portment will justify it. Uevvani certificates will be given month ly to all the pupils who may deserve (hem, lor good behavior, punctuality in attend ance, and proficiency iu their various studies. By order of the Board. CHAS. MKTCALFE, See. Alheni. July HI. S50 if 95 Chancery Sale of 22 Negroes. Y virtue of a decree of the Chancery " Court al Cleveland, Tennessee, made at its February term, 1850, in the case of John D. Traynor, and his wife Mary Ann 'I'm v noi, and others against William B. Cnzby, William McDonald, and David liagsdale, Administrators of John Cozby, deceased, and others, I will on Tuesday, the 20t!i day of August next, expose to public sale at Sinith's cross Roads, in Uhea County, Tennessee, twenty two Negroes, heloiii)3 io the estate of said John Cozby, deceased. The above Negroes will be sold on a credit of six months, ihe purchaser giving bond with two or more sullicienl securities for ihe price of the slave or slaves pur chased. JAMES BEBUY, C. & M. July 12. 1850lt IVs fee S3.50 94. Tobacco. liOXIOSof tlml Luscious I.uxuiy, which every lover of frond Tuhacco wlllits, juit received nml I'ursult' by juh i . ;. v. itoss. co. (.VOl) CHEESE. A superior article of Cheese, just received and for sal al SEH015NS. Athens. June 21 , IS50 if 92. Ran Away lBOM the subscriber, living in Monro - county, head-waters of F.slanallee creek, a black woman named EASTEU, very black, about 38 years old, pleasant counienaiice, and quick spoken. She left on the I5ih m.-l.; had a good lot of clothes, and took with her I wo ijutlts, two counter panes and many other bed clothes. Said woman was formerly owned by Cnpl. Thos. I'ligmuie. She may be in (hat section, or making her way off. Any person who may arrest said girl and return her lo me, or confine her so that I can get her, will bu libeully rewarded for their truublc. ELIZABETH CARTER. July tn, l,-.-,(.'w 9G DR. E. D. GILBERTr I lAVI.NtJIocatedai DECATUR, Tenn., ' lenders his professional services lo the cineiisol Meigs and the ndjoiuingcounlies. 'III' e. on the West bide ol the Public jii.ire, wheie In; may be found at all tunes, unless professionally absent. Decatur. June?, iN'ill tl 80 Land for Sale. rMIE undersign. d dusiious of dunging Ins biisine-s, will cll, on Tuesday I he uroi uny in uciouiT next, anu succeeding ' I J h . at public unction, unless prcviouily ilihiseil ol, the following property, lowit: Ouo Fiirni. contoining !J17j acres, 5 mi'ea crit of Allien-; one other ir..cl, containing" i: acre, u imiil' east oi Alliens and 7 ir.i'es southwest, of Aliidi-onville; snd on other Irucl, on which 'lie undersigned now rcide, ciinliiiu nr 051 acre, all under good I'eiiCi', mid '."I ll collilorlnlili; houses; A Inn. n good slock of Horses, Cattle, Mieep, ilogs, Fanning L'ti nmls, &c. Sic. Tciiiis of salo intide know n hereafter. A. ti. KICE. Mnv 24. ISM). id ss Sale ofSchooTLSndT I N obedience to an order of ihe Circuit Cotlrl i.f M nl.r.if I'niiiilv. nnil .n.n,. dng; lo Ihe reipiir-men:s of an act of ihe General Assembly of the Slate of Tennes see, in such rase made snd provided, I will, mi Saturday, the 31st day of August, offer lot -,ie, un I le piemises. lo the high est bidder, the SCHOOL LAM), situated in the 1st Fractional Township North, third Range, east of the basis line, Ocoee dis trii i, which has 'jfeii valued as follows, lo-wit: . The Smith East iuirler at gGOO 00 The iNonh East Fractional (luat ler at 250 00 E. E. GRIFFITH, Cl k. June 2fll h. 1,-CHI-C.t IVs lee $4.50 92. A. WELLES & CO., Urocrr & (oiuniision Merchants, S.1l1.V.YJII. ga , I AVI' eiHislanlly on hand a largestock io their line nml (elicit order, therefor. Their p irlii-uhir nttenliiin i )iven lo Ihe ale of Huron, l.aM, Krnthers, Flour and Cr.uii. ' party desiring information io record li the Savannah market will meet with tiro.unt attention. June 7, Is.iO lj g3