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Prospect of the wheat trade.
The return iu tlie European market of comparative abundance of LrcadstutU irom the last harvests, lifter the short crops of 1 803 have bad a sensible effect iu reducing prices even below the standard which the stato of upplica justified. A reaction however has taken place, particularly in the English mar kcU; and the advance, from the most reliuhle returns of the probable English demand, and of the houio and foreign supplies to meet that demand, will in all probability bo maintained until tho harvest of 1805. The London Mark Litne Express makes the following estimate of English supplies fur the ensuing year: The eHtimated extra breadth sown in the United Kingdom last seiwon is one-tenth almv. the average, equal to 1,000,000 quarters. On the other hand, there is an excess of produce above the average, of from one-sixth to one eighth. Taking the mean of one-seventh, our account of tho present crop and stuck stands as follovvs: Quarters. 16,000,000 l,(i00,000 Average produce Excess ia breadth one-tenth 17,600,000 Excess of produco one seventh 2,51-1,285 ' Quarter 20,114,i85 If to this wo add one million and a half of foreign grain, we have an aggregate of 21, 614,285 quarters to meet the consumption of the year which is estimated at 21,000,000. There will still, however, bo tlie usual stock of the country now minus 5,000,000 quar ters to be made up. For it would bo mon strous to suppose, (hat in a country like this, there should he no stock on hund to fall back upon in nn emergency. We shall therefore require hn importation this year of from four to five million quarters, to place us in the average condition we have hitherto found our selves in, in regard to tho stock of w heat." To obtain this supply, it is not estimated that the usual quota, if uny, will be furnished from the Ports of the Black Sea. The re quiiements of the state of war w hich exists there, the consumption and waste of largo hostile armaments, will absorb more than the supplies heretofore shipped to Western Eu- rope. France and Italy ure closed against exportation by prohibitory laws, and in each the stocks of old wheat have been exhausted Supplies from thu Baltic have also been cut off, leaving mainly the German States, Canada nnd the United States as the sources from which the deficits must be furnished. Under these circumstances, w ith undoubtful supply from Northern Europe, no old stocks nnd a comparatively much smaller crop in tint United States than in 1S53, it would seem nlmost a certainly that prices of breadstuffs must rnngo high for the next eight or ten months. Would Not be FREE.-The Chicago Times lias a story of a gentleman from Missouri, stopping in that city, had with him a slave man. Tho nnti-slavery folks hearing of the slave, tendered him the hospitality of a winter in Canada, nnd on his declining to leave his master, they proposed to make him free, whether ho desired it or not. A crowd of about five hundred assembled for this pur pose, but the slave proved stiff-necked, nnd mounting a store W.iii.kIo a regular speech, in which he defined his position as against nbolitionism.nnd the crowd left him "alone in liis glory," free to be a slave. Sharp Practice. During tho last sum mer nn attorney in a country town in Muine, having ri small demand against a member of the second advent persuasion, made a demand tipon the same for payment, Tho Millerito refused, adding that on the 7th of October lie should be in the clouds of heaven nnd far removed from the vexation of legal duns nnd bores. The attorney upon this pious declara tion immediately sued out n writ with nn oath annexed that the defendant wns "about to lenve the State," &c, had him arrested there upon and mntlu him fork over. . Number of Slaves in thb World. The African Institution of Paris an association for tho diffusion of civilization nnd Christian light in Africa has recently issued a circular which shows that the number of blacks held in slavery in different countries is seven and half millions, of which 3,095,000 are in the United States, 3,250,000 in Brazil, 000,000 in .the Spanish colonies, 85,000 in the Dutch colonics, 140,000 in tho republics of Central America, nnd 80,000 in European establish monts in Africa. Elovemknt. Strange n it may seem, says Is uiournss yniiey (Uili.; Telegraph, n clear caso of unlicensed departure took place in our village yesterday. The parties wcro from Pike originally, iuid it .vas fun to see their wny of doing the matter up. Tho woman has n husband living in town, who expressed bis unwillingness with regard to tho proceedings by clinging to her dress. The hooks gave way, and the fair damsel went out of the vil Ingo iu her petticoats. Buffalo, Nov. 2. The Coroner's Investigation of tho Great Western Railroad accident is still going on. The Wutehmiin, Patrick Rue, w ho is stated to have told the Engineer of the Gravel train that the Express train had passed, has return ed nnd given himself up. He denies tho charge, nnd says he told the Engineer that the Express train had not passed and that the Engineer in reply told him "to go to Hell!" Tho evidence that has been given is very contradictory. t-if" Our "Foreign Relations" nro in a good state; fiooo of llicin landed at New York on Sunday. W During your travels in Canada, Mr. Slocuni, did you meet with anything that nr. rested your attention t "Yes, ir a Deputy Sheriff; ho not only arrested my attention, but my person, nnd marched us imih off to Lincoln county jail, for crossing the lino without paying duty on n yaller dog." tT" A jailor in a Western Stato had re ceived, strict orders not to keep his prisoners In solitary confinement. Once, when he had but two in charge, one escaped, and be was obliged, in consequence, to kick the other out of doors, in order to comply with tho regula tior,. ' fEf'Tunis Love Snook' has been appoint ed by Lord Elgin, Notary Public in Upper Canada. What's in a name t . Fred. Douglass spoke In Gnlena recently Fred, and Stephen appear to bo stumping the State. . A Western paper speaks of a man who died without tht nid of a physician. Such In stances lire very. rare. What is a Fish ? Some of the paper are laughing nt a treasury circular, which ex cmptsfrom duty "fish of nil kinds, and all other creatures living in the water," which they compare to the expression, "all the world and the lest of mankind." Now many animals live iu the water that are not fish; for instance the seal, nnd .also the porpoise and walrus; and strange as it may seem to some tho whale is not a fish. Fishes have cold blood and are not obliged to inhale the air all animals therefore that have warm blood or that are compelled to breathe the air can not be a fish. The circular fhercfore is quite right, und the mirthful critics nre entirely wrong. S.-J?" Mr Brown, counsel for Beale, the Philadelphia dentist, on Monday filed fifteen reasons for a new trial among them, that the verdict rendered is against the law and the evidence that the jury was prejudiced by statements not in the evidence indulged in liquor during the trial and that some of them declared their minds made up before hearing the evidence. Tho urgumeiit on the motion will be commenced to-day beforo the Court in banc. A n otion was also made to admit him to bail pending the argument. Tho judge deferred bis decision for the present. I-ST A Virginian has beaten tho Yankees at their own weapons. John J., of Rollow, Fredericksburg, Va., has invented a machine which will husk and shell corn ut one opera tion. Thu car with husk is thrown in its mouth, and in the twinkling of an eye the corn falls at one point, the clean cob coming out of the other end. Its capacity is about four hundred barrels per day. 3J1. M. King, a guard in the Ohio Penitentiary haj been detected in purloining goods from thu Penitentiary nnd ussistiug a prisoner to escape. In King's house they found about onu hundred dollar's worth of boots, shoes and leather, together with n "largo and complete assortment" of other ar ticles, consisting of ticking, yarn, fine thread, shoe thread, lacks, &c., the whole constitut ing a stock large enough to set up two or three Yankee puddlars in a thriving business. It is said that about $2,000 worth is missing, in nil. 1:4?" Tho Mormon Temple being built at Salt Lake City is ono hundred nnd eighty-six feet long by ninety-nine wide. The founda tion is laid sixteen feet below the surf.iee of the earth (and is built of solid masonry) and sixteen feet thick. A promenade of twenty feel wide is to be built the entiro distance around the building, to be gained by a num ber of steps. Tho wall is to be ninety-six feet high and the whole building covers nn area 21,850 feet of ground. Opening Them Eves at Last. Some of the Southern Democratic papers nro hegin ning to open their eyes, nnd not only that but Mutually to use them, since the lute elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, nnd Indiana. The Stanton (Va.) Vindicator says: "Tho Demo crats of tho North are corrupt if it were not so, where they have majorities, the dus pcrato spirit of fanaticism would not have so signally triumphed!" Beet Vinegar. Take a bushel of sugar beets fresh from thfl p-ronnd. wnsli and p-ruta 0 - , o them. Press out the juice, which will amount to about six gallons, and put it in nn empty nnd perfectly sweet barrel. In a fortnight you will nave an excellent article of vinegar, as pleasant as that from cider or even wine. The State Fair. The Secretary of the Southern Central Agricultural Society pub lishes a card, in tho Augusta papers of yes terday, that the Executive Committee have further postponed tho Fair until tho first Monday in December, in order to give the citizens of Augusta ample time to make all preparations for tho coming exhibition, ?"Young man, do you believe in a futuro state V 'In course I does, nnd what's more, I in tend to enter it as soon ns Betsy gets her wedding things ready." " You mistake me. Do yon believe in a futuro state of rewards nnd punishments?" "Most assuredly. If I should cut mugs with a red headed woman, I should expect my hat indented by the firstcistcrn pole she could lay her hands on." "do to, young man you nro incorrigible. Go to." "Go two ! If it warn't that law agin biga my, darned if I wouldn't go n dozen, i But who supposed, deacon, that a man ot your yenrs would give such alvice to a person just starting in lile." 1 his took tho deacon down. Progress. Tho Augusta Sentinel of SaU urday says A despatch wns received in this city yester day, by one of the Post Ollice Agents, order ing tho Great Northern nnd Southern Mail to be transported Irom this city to Kingsville, S. C, a distance of 80 or 90 miles, by wa gons ! Wo have not time now to comment upon this progressive movement of the Postmaster General. gTEdward Z. C. Judson alias "Ned Bunt line." who was arrested a few days since in Bath Me., for shooting a colored mnn named Freeman, bus been acquitted on tho ground that he committed tho act in self-defence. jqff Abimlab, who is Cupid ?' 'One of tho boys. He is said to be as blind as a hat; but if ho is blind, he'll do to travel. He found his way into Aunt Nan's affections, nnd I wouldn't have thought any critter could hnvo worked his wny Into such narrow ar rangements with eyes open.' l-ff" John Jones hns no objections to the lick-her law, when applied to Jane. Jano Jones contends stoutly for tho liquor law, as applicable to John. Jane's argument is sim do nnd conclusive. When John does liquor, he does lick her. When John don't liquor, ho don't lick her; therefore, if John can't li quor, he won't lick her; the conclusion she wishes to reach. -ff" An cxchangivleseribinj n counterfeit bank bi'l.saysthn vignette is caltlu and hogs, with a church iu the distance! A good illus. trillion of the world. if Tho imports of Coffee, direct Into Philadelphia, since the commencement of the present year, have been 121,283 bags, being li decrease of 24,1 C3 bags nscompnred w ith the same period of thoyenr previous. Large Profits. Instead of n salary, Mr. Aspinwnll, President of the Pacific Mail Steamship company, receive two nnd a half per cent commission on all receipt, w hich, for the 19 months ending October 1st., amounted to $84,328. Gross Inhumanity compelling nn actor, who has just died a "violent death," (o appear before the nudinnrw two minutes I J tor, nd return thanks for witnessing his death struggles. Population of Mexico. According to the latest census of tht population of tho Repub lic of Mexico, which we find published in the last Mexican papers, the entire number of in habitants is 7,853,395. There nre, in the Re public, 85 cities nnd towns; 193 large villages; 4,709 villages; 119 communities and missions; 175 haciendas or estates; 6,092 farms nnd hamlets. t -fThe editor of the New London Chron icle has conversed u ith a gentleman of 100 years, named James Douglas. He was re. cently from New Haven, w here ho challenged another old boy of 120 years to wrestle with him; but the fellow backed out. Somebody in Bath, called upon one of the npotlievaric8 in that place b.te one night, re cently, and purchased nn emetic, with w hich ho left for home. He was the earliest ens. tomer at the same shop on the following morning, and called foranotlieremeticsayiug that he believed the first one wns not good, as he couldn't make it stay down! fT7 are authorised to announce Col. Jab. Hicust, (if 1'ulk comity, (formerly ot MrMiun,) as a candidate fur Brigadier General 6th Brigade Teunes.ee Militia. Tlte Brigade is comHaed of the cuuuties ul Koalic, Mourue, McMinn, Polk, and Bradley. Masonic Notice. Tellico Lodge, No. SO, of Free and Accented Mnaons. will lay the Corner-Sone of their new Masonic Hail, on Tuesday, ttlst November, lA, iu the town of Madison ville, Monroe CO., Tennessee, at which time and place surrounding Lodges are moat cordially Invited to attend ami participate iu tlie ceremonies of the ihiy. lly order or the Lodge. W. V. KING, Sec'y. Nor. 8, IsM 'it (ood ItlcdirinrN. Long-continued and aystematic nuIHnrwiU succeed In bringing any worthless nostrum before the public but, lacking: merit, It cannot long retain tho position It for awhile assumed. W e desire merely to mukeSTAULKH'S ANODYNE t'llKIIUV KM'KLTOHANT known to the public, feeling continent that so good a medicine, which inn been endorsed ny some or the brightest ornaments of the medical faculty, will realise its own popularity, and one which will be as lasting afl the good effects its use la constantly producing. This excellent medicine is very eflicictit in Coughs, folds, Bronchitis, and other disease of the lunga and throat. It has been produc tive of benefiolal results iu a great number of cases, in different parts of the country; and physicians of tlie highest standing are in the lialnt of using that and PTABLKR'ti DlAItltlltKA CORDIAL in their practice. rkc advertisement in another column, and descriptive pamphlets, to be had gratis of tlie agents. Price of each, only SO cts. per bottle, or six bottles for 2,t0. The Evidences Accumulate In proof of what we have long since asserted, vis : tlmt the .Mustang Liniment is the "fiin qtm mow" of all external remedies ever before offercred to the alllicted. We would cull especial attention to this Liniment, and will take this occasion to say that this apie:irs to be one of the few popular medicines that realty possescs all the virtues ascribed to them. In effectually curing the worst cases of lihemiiatism, no matter how long standing, In an Incredibly short time, and for sprains, bruises, sores, burns, or pains of any kind, ft has no cneul. We have heard of many cures that have been performed that really appear incredible, were they not vouched lor ny persons 01 responsibility and Influence. It is said to be an Infallible remedy for niusiiuito bites. For sale in Alliens ny vt M. m UN.; in Calhoun by n. K. MARTIN; in Charleston by JAti. 11. BAIN. nov 8 The trlumphunt success of th? great Arabian remedy for man and hcast, II. C. I'nrrell'm Arabian Liniment, Is causing counterfeits to spring up all over the country, spreading their baneful influence over the land, robbing tlie (Kickets of the honest anil unsuspecting, by imposing upon them worthless and poisonous trusli, for the genu ine 11. O. Karrell'a Arabian Liniment. Fellow citilcns! Look well before you buy, and see that the label of the bottle has the letters II. U. before Farrell's, for If It has not it is vounti-rt it. The label around each bottle of the genuine Liniment reads thus, "II. G. Farrell's Cele brated Arabian Liniment," and the signature of the pro- prietor Is written upon the label also, and these words are blown in the glass bottle, "U. U. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, Peoria." Tlie daring boldness of the recreant who would de ceive the people by imposing on them worthless trash. for a really genuine und good medicine, thus not only cheating them our of their money hut that which la far dearer their health ought to be held up in scorn, and receive the contempt his dastardly spirit merits. l.et very one then who regards Ins own health, and wlslies truth and ttotifttty to triumph over deception and ros rttliti, put his heel on ul) base inMltitnMt and uphold that which is jutt nnd right. The genuine II. G. Far rell's Arabian Liniment has proved itself to he the most remarkable medicine known for the cure of rheumatism, neuralgia, pains, wherever located, sprains, bruises, hardcred lumps, bitrna, wounds, corns, chronic sore and weak eyes, lame back, etc., etc.; arid la an effectual remedy for horses and cattle in the cure of sweeny, dis temper, lameness, dry shoulder, splint, wounds, etc., etc., and will always Btop the further progress of poll-evil, fistula, ringbone and blood spavin, If used iu Uie begin ning. tot aiU fur Coiintfrfttti t Tlie nubile are cautioned against another counterfeit, which has lately made its appearance, called W. B. Far- rell s Arao'au Liiiuuent, the most dangerous of all the counterfeits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and tliey will perhaps only dis cover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought ita evil effects. The genuine article 4a manufactured only bv II. G. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist. No. 17 Main street, Fcorla, Illinois, to whom all applicationa for Agencies must be addressed. He sure you get it with the letters II. G. before Farrell's, thus II. (!. KAliKKI.l.'H aad his signature on the wrap per, all others are counterfeits. or aale hy it. w. Iloss, and A. MeKKLWN. Athens: IIuiKiix, Wioxs Johnson, Cleveland; W. 11. ltEYNiii.ns, Ueutoii; W. C. tai'nRAS, Columhiia nnd regularly au thorised agents throughout the I'nited States. f r Price and &u cents, and tl per bottle. AIIKNTS WANTF.I) in every town, village and hamlet In the I'nited rtatea, in which one is not already estab lished. Address II. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good references as to character, responsibility, c. ecu xu i in Sale of Dr. irt'r.ane's Vermlfnpc. Among the hundreds of letters. certi8catea and orders received by the proprietora of this medicine, the follow ing are selected to show Its character, and tlie effect of its use iu a distant part of the West : KoVALTox, lloone co., In., May 10, ISW). Messrs. J. Kidd A Co. Gentlemen I wrllo to you to solicit an agency for the Invaluable Vermifuge you pre pare. Honietlme since, I purchased one doien vials of air. v. hdy, and prescribed it In niv practice, and It proved so effectual In the rj-pnliun of rr, that no other preparation trill tatini tht ciiiten f litis Ht lan unit rWnV. Please send nie one gross of Uie Vermifuge immediately. Yours, Ac. pamckl nnsr. Nkw PRnviiwsot, Tenn., July I, lsl. Messrs. J. Kldd t Co. Please send the Vennlfuirc for lta aa soon aa possible, as we are nearly out, and the de mand is very great, ne Delieve It to be the best Ver fugecver invented. POltTF.R t DYCt'S. Purchasers will be carohil to ask for Jr. M'jime'i lehmted Veriiiifiiir, and take none else. All other Vermifuges, In comparison, are worthless. Dr. M'Lane'a ermiiugc, aiao ma celebrated Liver Pi Is. can now be hail at all resiiectuble Drug Stores iu the Uuited States and Canada. For sale hy p. II. Kkitii k Co.. Athens: J. A. k O. W. Corns, Maillsonrille; and by ono Agent In every town in jcnnossee. Inov.U COMMERCIAL. Savannah Market. Savannah, Not. A. FLOlTR The market Is fairly supplied. Georgia brands nre selling at tf'.l to !.Ii'('l,l.l. COIIN For this article there lias been a good demnnil, and It la selling at tl. li fct bushel from store. The slock Is light. OA 1 ?i There Is only a modcrato supply on sale, and It Is aching from store at amall lota from '70 to SU cents V bushel. HAi A considerable amount of thla article has been received this week. Northern Is selling at 11.12.K, and F.aslern at Sl.'Jfi lbs. 1IACOS The transactions have been light. W't nuote Shoulders nl (.fiJiS.",, and Sides at Hfff ftia' centa f Hi. pai.t we hear or sales ot una article in lots at fl.ro I. fid aack, according to quantity. Tim market is well atipplied. Atlanta Market. Atlanta, Nov. 0. IIACON Clear aides 11c, ribbed ldVf 6J lUVcj shoul ders 111 (Til 1II V; hama, IB ft) IHijc, dull. l.AKU iu barrels lite V ID, lu kegs or cans ia, good lock. Fl.ot'R 1 M f bbl, stock light and dull. WIIKAT fl.40 t bushel, ready aale. COIIN Prime new. sacked. s" ff Due. COW or STOCK PKA." PO ffO 1 V bushel. OATS MftMUlc l bushel, aacka returned. KKATII KI!S lfc. W lb, good slock III atorC. SALT M.Wy suck. ril li AlI New (Irleana, In lihda. fVtfc:. f) V, COFFKE ltlo, ViV tfll 1 V. Youra, truly, SEAGO AlinOTT, Central Cbmmivton Merchant: Macon Market. Macon, Nov. f. Transaction! for the paat week light. Slocks Bacon, and Lard light, pricea declining. I1ACON Hog round llltfn li'Vc: dear aides lOkailci Choice hams i 14 Ifc; shoulders t fa 10c. I.AIlll M,-k light, li a Wi w bill. COIIN flocks light, fair demand, 9f til H. OATS Slocka light, good demand, t" (ft T,V. PKASStiH'ka light, good demand, 1 & l,liA. MKAI, Quicks light, good demand, 91. FI.OI II Sioeka light, $4 6h 4,ii U sack of 100 !. FF.ATIIKKS Slow, 4fl SI II A V Good Tennessee tl,f5 1,60 W CWt, lions rVarce, 8 6b lc. net. POTATO. Irish, 4 (ft 4,4ft bbl. ONIONS l (ft 4, V bbl. lU'TTKIl Good artlclo If! fit 18o. TOII ACCO Virginia, 17 C& ?. SAI,Ti!,U(n i.tlAMsack. COFl'HK ltlo firm, f'JJf ft 13. CI (l Alt New Orleana, A ii Sc. i:UlANG on New York a V V cent. Itesptcthilly, Al.I.rTN M'NLAP, ftmo JtertAanti, M xvn, Go. Irliarrloal On the id instant, bj the Br. Jno Blackburn. L'ol. W n H. alcKlMT, Merchant, of Benton to Mix J ilia, daughter of i. L. Knox, late deceased, of Bradley county. Tens. lArt it tlie fairest flower that erer blows, The sweeteat bud that nature knows. Died At the realdenee of b) father In this county, on 11th Instant, Dsns J. coaa, in uie zow year ot His age. n h..nrhl,. hivh.ti,i,irf.l had many warm friends, was iu Uie bloom and vigor of early maulioou, auu utu lung me, out alas! ID Uie midst of life we are lu death." "What shadows we are, and what shadows we pursue!" David was an only sou, oil whom was centered the hopes and affections of a doating father, but those fond hopes were suddenly blasted by tlie rune nauu ui umn, im uis iiteiess re mains now renose beneath the cold clods of the Taller. Prostrated upon a bed of alllictlon by a violent stuck of typhoid fever, racked with pains, scorched with fever, and his mind delirious, of course he gave his friends no satisfaction aa to his preparation for a future life. This should make s deep aud lasting impression upon the uiiuda of his father, sisters, relatives aim Irleuds, aud cause litem wnue in neaim w resoivc mat 'Life Is Uie time to serve the Lord, The Uuie to secure the great reward." i'ummunicateS. In Monroe county, on the lth October, Mrs. Si-sa-au Bam, wife of Daniel Bain, in the ll year of her age. Wie had been a member of the Presbyterian Church some HO years. She had a hard struggle with tlie powers of darkness a lew days before her death; nut wnue ner irieuua were yrnjum ior ner in ner room, and singing one of the songs of .ion, (beginning, "Ho' firm thy foundation,") light bursted into her aoul, and she praised Uud for his saving kindnhss to her, from early life, when she first Mt his pardoning love, to the present. 8he exhorted her husbaud aud children to meet her In Heaven: and In this happy irame she live until released from clay. She leaves' a husband aud eleven children to moitru the loss of a kind wife and af fectionate husband. Ci; m ttnfcu ., At his residence In Monroe county, on the 2iHh Sept., after a lingering illness of several mouths, Mr. JuxatuaN 1'ii KFL, in the With year oi ma age. Kast Tennessee papers please copy. towk puoPEii rr foh sale:. rwwiIE subscriber wishes to dispose of his tnwn pro- perty, on tne norui-wesi corner oi uie public siptare in Athens, Tenn. the same occupied by the siessrs. ttiDson at tins tune, tne tine is uniinubted and possession will be given within six months after the sale, and at which time may be made the first payment. Vor further information apply to the editor of the "Peat,1 Atueua, or to the subscriber at Knoxviile, Tenn. at'OKUE HOUSE. Nov. 10, ISM 3m, Si). Petition for Divorces Thomas Hale rt. Sobrenla Hale. IT appearing to the Clerk from the petition which Is sworn to. that the defendaut Is not a cltixen of the State of Tennessee It Is thcrerore ordered that publi cation he made ill the Athens Post, requiring tlie de fendant to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court to be held for the county of McMinn, at the Court-house in Athens, on the second Monday of December next, men linn mere to pieao, answer or (lemur to the JH-'tl- tion filed ag-iinst her by the plaintiff for a divorce, or the same will be taken as confessed nnd set for hearing cs pnne. sno. i.. nutuxtrjs. t r'r. Not. Ill, ISM it Pra fee f.1. 31) ON Monday, the 1 1th of December and ensuing days, we will sell our entire Stock of GrOOSS at auction. Our stock comprises almost every thing usually kept In this market. Terms of sale nil amounts linderTcn Dollars, Cash; on all amounta of Ten Dollars and upward a credit of three months will he given bond and appruved security required. We will coutinue to sell ut cost and carriage until dar of sale. KSPA1IDKN I HOItTOS. Nov. 10, 1 ST4. id 840 SAVANNAH, GA. TWIIE mulcrHtjrnt 1 liavlnp had neveril ypirn exp M rieiife in the Prnvision Iliieiness of Knst Tennessee nt OhHt.!itioopit, (at which point wo yet keep an oftiec.) hnve opened an office at SAVANNAH, OA., for the ex pri'HB piirpufte of transacting a Produce Trade, and will give our whole attention to the Interest of our pntront. We Boiioit consignments of Corn. Outu, Flour, Ha con, Ac. Ac, and will forward, free of comniffnion at Chatta nooga, all produce lent u for sale If directed to (.rkm vilijc A Hampi.ii. . (JHKNVILLK A CO. O. O. GRKNTILl.K, gAVANStin. W. T. AHPLK. CHATTANOOGA. Nov. 10, 1M54 ly. 320 FRANKLIN & BRANTLEY, Forwarding & CommiHulon merchants) Savannah, Oa . WILL give prompt attention to the business, and respectfully sulicit consignments of Produce from Kaat Tennessee. Reference W. S. Cilia wat, McMinn county, Tenn. Nov. 10, ISM ly. 820 Xjatst Call. A I.L peranna indebted to us, hy Note or Account, JWL would do well to cull and pay up immediately and aave cost, as we mutt have the needful. MeSPADDfc.N' t nonTON. Nov. 10, ISM tf. &!0 Chancery C ourt at Dccatnr, Tenn. George Locke, Harriet J. Locke, Harah Catherine Locke, Victor Marlon iockc, Susan Allenta Ixicke, llenjamln franklin Locke, Klislia Sharp Locke, Italph B. Locke, Manerra Iicke, Addison Locke, Adeline Locke, Lin naeus Locke, Jas. II. Locke, Thomns J. Locke, Itebecca (libbons, and Nicolas U. (I ihbons, tfusan Iluttrain, aud Elza llullram, Almyra It. Shoemaker and C. V. Shoe maker, Albert O. Locke. Eliza Kohertson aud Lanla A. Robertson, Elizabeth Eavea and Pleasant Eavea, Ons low Beau, James llean, Franklin Ut-an and Haniuel Orcer and the other Heirs of Polly Aunlireer deceased. rt. Franklin Locke. Elvira Paine, Orviille Paine, Elvira Cun ningham, Willie II. Cunningham, Newton Locke, Hugh II. M. Kinliy, Louisa Ann MeKinley, Aligelinc McKin ley, Thomas A. MeKinley, W illiam L. McKiuiey and Francis M:iriou MeKinley. IT appenring from the allegation of the Bill (lied in this cause tlmt the defendants Hugh II. MeKinley, Louisa Ann MeKinley, Angeline Mi Kiulcy and Thomas A. MeKinley, are non resident citizens of the Slate of Tennessee, It is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athena Post, a newspaper published in the town of Athena, McMinn county, Tennessee, for four ancccssive weeks, notifying the said Hugh 11. MeKinley, Louisa Ann MeKinley, Angeline MeKinley, aud Thotnaa A. MeKinley, to make their personal appearance at our next Chancey Court to be held in Decatur, aforesaid, on the 2nd Monday lu March, InM, then and their to plead, answer, or demur to Complainants' Bill Sled against tliem in said Court, or the same will be taken pro cou fesso uud set for hearing ex-pnrle as to them. (1. W. McKEXZIE, C. AM. By hi iJepulv, W. L. McKm.KT. Not. 11, ISM it Pra lee f 3 Ml) Stephen A. Oodsey, r. James P. Moorcliend, Isaac Benson, William B. Cozby and Thomas C. Johnson. IUIUIK.U. IKjrxl'TUIX BILL. 5T appenring from an allegation filed In the said cause, that the defendant, James T. Moorehrad, is a lion resident citilcu of the State of Tennessee, it Is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athena Post, a newspaper published In the town of Athena-, McMinn Counly, Tennessee, for four consecutive weeka, notl lying the ajd James T. Moorehead to make his personal ap pearance at our next Chancery Court to be held In Deca tur aforesaid, on the second Monday in March, 155, to plead, answer or demur to couipliiiiiHiit's hill Hied against him In said Court, or tlie same will he taken pro confesso and set for hearing exparle aa to him. (1. IV. Mi KENZlE, C. M. By W. L. McKinlkt. u. V. k u. Not. 10, 18M St Pra. fee fi 820 Circuit Court of ?lclg Count)-, Tenn. Polly llowsor, Jnme S. .Mn.rt.in, Samuel Mar tin, Lafayette Mnftin, Willie. O. Martin, .lesse Martin, James M. Martin, Josinh Mar tin, Luke P. Martin, Jolin II. Martin, Mary Powell, John Powell, Jolin Clint I in, Mary Clint t in, anil Emily t'linttin, by their next friends James llowser and John Stanley, Susan Isoni nml Jonathan loom, and Mary Askins aud husband Samuel. is. Jacob A. Martin, James K. Martin, Patsey Dillon, Martin Dillon, Kniily Mnrlin, Loui sa Martin, John Martin, John M. Howies, Polly Howies, Nancy Howies, Ruth Howies, Joseph Howies, Willio ltowles, Elizabeth Howies, Oma Love mid Josinit Love, Mary K Martin and Lucy Martin, by their Guar dian Arnold Walker. J'etition to sell Zand. IT nMenrin; from the allegations in the bill filed in this cause that nil the aforesaid defendants are non resident citizens of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be niiide in the Athens Post, a newspaper published in the town of Athens,' McMinn couiity.TeiiiicRsee.for foureonsecutive weeks, notifying all the said non resident de fendants to make their personal appearance nt our next C'irauit Court, to be held in tho town of Decatur, on the 4th Monday in Jan uary, 1855, then and there to'plend, answer, or tli'iiinr to complainant's bill filed against them in said Court, or the saute will be taken as confessed and set for bcurin? accordingly as to them. W. L. MuKlNLEY, CM. Koti 10, 19M 4t prtfeeT7.60 S'JO Wood Choppers Wanted. f IMIE subscribers, Tellico Iron Works, wish -1. to employ 2U0 wood choppers. 45 eenti per cord, in cash, will be paid. WELCH, HARRIS 4 CO. Not. 10, 1854 8m 820 Com siuiiet's. VTE are now making lirst rntePhcller T T which we can sell B0 per cent, lower than any ever offered in Tennessee. Also, a superior CORN and COU CRUSHER. When the Corn is dry it will Crush and Grind two hundred bushel per day. For Sale at tht Athens Foundry. Athens, Jiov. 10, '64 1m 820 XlftX.0 OlAM. riHI Third Seaaimt of th Muait Olaas will eomnMnct M. on Vt'ednsaday, tht U of KepKmber. rit. 1, '04 H. 0. CO0KI. Valuab'e Lands and Negroes T Y rirtne of decree of the Worshipful Jm.J County Court 01 McMinn eoiinty, ren dered at its" November Session, 1854, we will sell, at public tale, to the highest bidder, iif- on erent or one ana two years, wnn inter est after the expiration of one veer from tlie day of sale, on Wednesday the 20th day of Ieceniter next, nt the late residence of -Mrs. Elmira Cooper, dee'd, the following described lands and negroes, to wit: One hundred and sixty acres in the Hiwassce District, lirst ranir east of the meridian, Sth township, 8 section nod the norlh-eaat quarter of said section, being the farm or home place upon which the suiJ Eluiira Cooper resided Ht the time of ner death rtaid lurm is well situat ed, on the waters of Chest ua Creek, well tint bered and watered by several enduring springs of the purest and best water eon tains a large amount of cleared land in high state of cultivation, with good orchards and coinfortatile buildings, is situated in 1 pleasant and healthy neighborhood, and con ttitutes a most desirable residence. There will also be sold at the same time and place, one undivided half interest in the following tracts or parcels ot hind, laid all in gold lots, in Monroe county. Ten if., tie Lot Ha. 16, Me. S6. range 4 east; also, lot No, 1, tee. 1, range 4 east; alto, lot xso. 4Ksec. so, range 0 east; also, lot No. 8, sec. 25, range 4 east; also, lot No. 12, sec. 9, range 6 east ach of said lots containing 40 acres and being in 1st frac tional township north and range 4 and 5 cast of the basis line in the Ocoee district. Al so, at the same time nnd place, a Negro girl, Nannr. aged about 8 years and a Negro boy. Kruzier, iiged about 6 years said ncgroee are well grown and of the likeliest kind. Said property is to be sold for distribution among the heirs of James and Elmira Cooper, dee'd. Persons wishing to purchase valuable property would do well to attend the sale. liond aim approved security win ue required for the purchase money, and a lien retained upon the bind until tho same is paid. Title unquestioned. u r. 1 ; it & v, iAMJvr., 1IEZEKIA1I C. COOKE, Commissioner!. Nov. 10, 1854 6t. Pis fee $14. 820 Lands and Negroes Fon e tjU. TN pursuance of a decree of the Worshipful L County Court of M1inn county, render ed at its November session, 1854, we will pro ceed to tell, on Thursday the 21st day of De cember next, the following described proper ty, to wit: Three Hundred and Nineteen Acres ot Land, adjoining tlie lands 01 nice- vine, being the well known lnrm ot Jolin Rice, deceased, nnd one of the most desirable places between Calhoun and Athens. The railroad rune throimh it, is as well, if not better, timbered at any farm in the valley, is well situated for meadows, and hns fine springs of water. Also, Nine Likely Negroes three women, one boy about 10 years of age, three entailers boys and two girls, the oldest about nine yenrs. Terms of sale, one thousand dollars cash pnvmeut on the Ne groes will be required twelve months credit on the balance, and on the land, the pur chaser giving bond nnd security and a lien retained on the property until all the pur chase money is paid. The sale to take place at the late residence of the said 'Rice, dec d, McMinn county, Tennessee. All persons having claims against the estate of John Rice, deceiscd, are requested to pre- tent thcin immediately, properly authenti cated. II. RICK. C. W. RICE, Administrators. Nov. 10, 1854 CtTrs fee $10 820 6IOO.OOO WORTH OF REAL ESTATE IN Til CITY OF KNOXYILLE, TEXX., 1NCLU1HNO Kuinpt)iIIoiiH-aarid Holoncrj, lilla und Jim hMctti ana lactut i.oik, Admirably located in the centre otlicciti, to be sold WITHOUT IiEShtt VK, at PUBLIC A UCTION, in knoxetllr, on Tuesday, Jan vary 9th, 1 855. rpiIE undersigned will offer for sale, POSI- A. T1VELV W IT1IUUT IIISSKUVK, at Mill ie Auction, on Tuesday, the 9th of January, 855 and succeeding days until told, about 100,000 worth of Real Lstnte, in tlie city ot Knoxviile, Tenn. The property consists of ots nnon Main. Cumberland. Gnv. Hill, Water, Yince. Walnut, Church and other streets of the city, and also MILLS and MILL SITES. Many of tho lots hnve already upon tliein val uable BUSINESS HOUSES and RESIDEN CIS, paying good Rents, while the unimprov ed Lots are so located as to offer great induce ments to persons desiring to invest in Real Estate in this thriving city. TI10 mills and mill sites, situated within the limits of the it y. nre more ad vant ageousl v located Ur Man ufacturing purposes than any other property or near Knoxviile. Diagrams of the property nro being prepar ed, and will be distributed or furnished to L- pplicanls addressing cither ol the undersign ed. Terms: 20 per cent cash or npproVed pa per, on day of sale will be required. Note for the remainder at 6, 12 ond 18 months, ith interest nud mortgage upon property un Ipaid. J.W. J.KII.ES, 1 ' C. M. M'GUEE. Nov. 10, 1854 td 320 A'olire. Elizabeth Thomns, Gurdian of Joseph N Thon.as, Talitha J. Thomas, Kosannan Thomns, nnd Dclilu E. Thomas, Minor hoirs of Joseph Thomas deceased. vs. T. B. Thomas, Erbv H. Thomas, Newton M. Thomas, John A. Brown nd wiltf l aiolnie Brown. , URSUANT to a decree of tho worshipful Pmintv Court, of Polk count V. Tennessee, nt tho November Term, 1854, I will proceed to sell on the premises, of Isnao Kimbrotigh, on Saturday the 2!id day of December, 1854, to the highest bidder all the interest (it being one ninth part) which the heirs of Joseph N. Thomas, deceased. Ins in and to the follow ing described lands: The South-enst quarter and North half of the South-west quarter of Section fifteen, Township one itnnge two Eimt Ocoee district, Polk co. Said lands are sold for distribution among the heirs of said Thomas, dee'd; the one half of tho purchase money to bo paid on the dny of tale, the re luiilnilcr uli n credit of twelve month. Bond and approved security required, and lien re tained on the land for the rcmnider of the purchase money. 1 E. P. DOUGLASS, Clerk. Nov. 10. 1864 3w Prsfecf5 820 Notloo. ALL persons indebted to the Kstato of lietmi't liovd, deceased, nre directed to come forward immediately and make pay ment. All those having ciuinis aj-ninst it are hereby notified to present them within the time prescribed by law. Also, we will oiler for tale, on the premises of the deceased, on the 26th November, on a credit of twelve months, a stock of Goods nnd Merchandise, Household and Kitchen Furniture, one Horse, a yoke of Oxen, nnd a Wagon, designed for two horses, lloud nnd approved seourity will be required of pur cliasei't. F.nnV BOYD, Ja., THUS. J. IIOYD, Administrators. Kov. J, 1854 8L 819 t'hanc-rr Court at Athena, Trnneaaee. David D. Wsrsi Jno. M. 0. Ware, Kavld Ware, John Hill and Stephen HIM, T. Mourning laahet Ware. IT appesrlng from an allegation In tht bill filed In Uils cause, that the defendant, .Mourning Isabel Ware, la not resident clilsen of the StaM of Tenneasea, It Is therefore ordered that publication be made In the Alliens Post, a newspiper published In the town of Athena, Mc Minn eoun'y, Tenneaaee, for tour aucreaare weeka, noti fying the anlil Mourning Isabel Ware to make her per sonal appearance at our next Chancery Court, to be holdcn In Athena aforesaid, on the d Mouday In Febra ary, lVift, to plead, answer or demur to complainants bill filed against her hi said Oourl, or tha anms will be taken at confessed at to her, and set for hearing MrM. WM. LOWRY, C. M. Nov. I, lf4-4t Pra fas S Ht Wholesale Drug Store, Alfia earsritt TITlTCg ct Tl f 'l"X'-Li V , (.Varoeaaor fir A ntignaa at Barry.) TT ESPtfTTKriXT a- fen the patrons of the Mer M V chanta of Eaal Tcnneaaee. They will be always supplied with a uioat evanairt assortment 01 .tlrdirlnea, lndie, l'aiutsi Madder Oil, Frrlumerrt data A C Ac, Ac, and every articla kept bjr UruuiiUu, which will be told at pricea that mnat proro satiifaetorr. We truat oar Tennessee frieoda will call and examine our stocks and prices. Oct. IS, lv-DI Rittenhouse Academy, I'or Male and t'rmalra. THfc Winter Setalon of thla institution will commence on I lie lat Monday of So-r ember next. Terra of Tuition, per fit Xfunths, payubU tnaioanre. liatln, Oreek, French, Pjaanlali, Italian, German... $fti,0 Mathematics, Natural rk-icoce, History, Rhetoric, etc,..., 1.:.. n. ........... 1J.M Rnicllali Grammar, flensrapliy, Arithmetic 8,HI Reailing, Spelliua;, Writing,.. , A.ml rnel l,no Ms reduction for loaa of time. II. W. tos ALDKHOFT, PrinHpal. JNO. M. N.KM1.NO, lat itaawfont, MmsMAKV lKA, to Assistant. h'inpiton, tenn., Oct. 18, 1S64 It git Notloo, t!tOOTTXa MATCHES are poaltlrety prohibited on iTCIlia are noi Oct. 18, 1-554 KZJ my land. WM. LOWRV. Offlclftl Notloo. ADMlNIHTKM'lUUt and UfAUIIIANS are hereby uotillcd to CORK forward and make aettlcim-nt. T. VAUUHAN, V. October 13, ISM tf 816 PItODI'CE DElOT I. ATLANTA. SGAG0 & ABBOTT, (Successors to Psgf d' JSomar,) ATLANTA, GA., Wdreflovse and Commission Merchants, AND GENERAL AGENTS IT'OU the purchase and tale of all kinds of Tennessee Produce, Merchandise, Groce ries, 4c. 1 Oct. 6, 1854 ly 815 FIMK'8 Patcnt DIctalic Burial Cases, Jl'ST received A frcah supply from N. York of FIPK'8 METALLIC IILK1AL CASE8, of aaaorted sites, Irom tif to 6V feet In length. All orders lor canes attended to promptly. A8. W. CLARK. Loudon, Tenn., Sept. 22, 'W Aa, 818 PUIiTOU BOUSE, 1.. J. MIL, III HN, Proprietor, Atlanta, Georgia. Aug. IS, 1S.M ly 81S SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY Uottory. (BV AI'TIIOKITV OK TIIK HTATK OK ALABAMA. COKVVCTZn O.V TIIEUA VAN A I'LAX. Graud Sohomell 10,000 Number! AO 1 Prizes I CLAfS 0. To be drawn the SOtn of November. One prite to iO Tleketa, and remember, every Prlw drawn Capitals 815,000 .! 6,000 11 4.IHK) u ' 8,(K) u i.lKMI u 1,6(10 1,100 5 of 1,(KW , 6,000 In all Ml prises, amounting to IWI,iiO0 rf Ticketa $11) Halves and Quarters in proportion. Dills on all solvent Hunks taken at par. All communiealinna strictly confidential. SAMUEL SWAN, Agent and Manager, . Bigo of the Dronse Lions, July 14, 18M tf-808 Montgomery, Ala. vtrixortt es,xxA ny i WE wish to purchase a large lot of good Wheat and Hay, for which we will pay a liberal price. Aug 4, 64 ifcir.o a ucrtur.Hffo.. VM. ALLSTON GOURDIX, FACTOR At COTITIISSI0 MERCHANT Cor. East Day atreet and North Commercial Wharf, Charlraton, X. C, I! prepared to make liberal adrancea on consignments of Cotton, Corn, Sugar, Hour, Grain, Hay, ad. Genuine Peruvian Guana Depot! Vnrmera Plaster. Charcoal, llona Dust, Mineral Phos phate Lime, fuller I'lioapliate Lime, Ac, always on hand. oepl o, loo nap MONTGOMERY HALL, jTIontsrotnerv, Ala., CT S. LANIKU & SOJT, Formerly of the Lanier House, Macon, Ga., 1 , ' . ... r r ' r . ana late oj me isajargc, iiw j or. July 14, 1844 tf 303 Notlre to the Public. ALL persona Indebted to the eatate of Jamci Chei nulti dee'd. are directed to come forward Immedi ately and make payment. All those having claima against it are hereby notified to present them within Ilia time preacribed by law. t. ll. (IHKtlllltV, ULuii viirJ5.'t.'i 1, Administrators, riilladelphla, Tenft., Oct. JO, ls5i 4t 81T II if Ira. A LOT of Wrlglit's Noflh Carolina JtlHeS on MM, aud fur sale by Oct.VH B. K. HKKUE1U vvy "X7n.Tit m-mrilKAT. HhelledOata. Lard, Bacon and Potatoes' V T for which we will pay the highest market pricea lu cash. ISept. lb C. y. T. PiUIIWON. Valuable Property for Sale. o N Mondav, the Mth day of December next, there will be offered for sale to the highest bidder the property now owned by J. A. and Win. S. Uouldy, lyinif on Connsoi;tin :reek, in McMinn county, 12 miles South of Athens and 2f miles North of tho city or Wetmore, on Iliwnssec River, which is as fol lows: One tract of Land containing Four Hundred Arret, together with ffood G Itl.ST AND SAW MILLS the Mills are numbered amongst the best iu Knst Tennessee, nil in good repair, llie water-wheels are Cast Iron to both Grist nud Saw Mills, and can't be equaled for speed in this section of country bv water power and make as fine nn artiulo of flour at can be made in Tennessee. Thort is a (rood etone dum that will iiaver rot nor wash a way. Also, one voke of Oxen, one two horse Waggon, one pair of Timber Wheels and tome other property. All will bt sold on a credit ofeiht months, ot tho end of which two thousand dollars must be paid on tho Land property, and the balance to bt paid in two instalments with interest' from that date, the one half in twelve mouth and the balance in two years. Note with approved security will be required. J. A. ct WM. 3. GOUI-DY. Uet. 27, 1854 td. 818 VT. A. J. DODSON, IN teuderini? their thankt to the people for the very liberal patronage they have here tofore uiven them, wot Id respectfully solicit a continuance of the tame. Those who are in the habit of dealing else where we would solicit to give ot a call, and examine our ttock of fait and Winter G001I1, which we think it unmrpasted for style and durability by at y consist injr of a vui icly of Ladies and Gentlemen' llress Goods, In fact nearly every thing the wdnts of the country demand. tip Wheat, Iiacon, I.arJ, Feather, etc., taken in clchnhgt for Goods, W. 4. A. J. PODSON". Rieevlll. Tnn., Oct. 27. 1854 tf 816 Oes.ll ou Btoolt. "VTOT personal, but all those indebted to i.1 the undersigned, either by note or ac count, will pleas call and pay tht same, for montv ht wants and must have. AtiJt. U GEO. W. ROSS. Notice. WE respectful I j notify those who art in arrears with ut nn last Year's accounts, that w must havt money. Ihott who have not closed their accounts by not wil.' invaria bly be charged interest after tht first of Jan uary, 18S4 MoSi'AbDEN A UO'.irON. July 14, 1854. hi Haiti A flOOD 4rf tftloU of atrk C.n, trM reeelred and KEYRB i HRNUi HW.N. 1 for aale cheap, . Oct. , 19-4 Valuable Farm for Sale. I WILL tell to tht hightet bidder oa the 16th of December next, . t .,'?tMllU,,1 lyinjr miles Last of Athens, on the wttert of Middle Creek, McMinn eounty. It it beattti' fully situated 87 acres cleared tolefaWa improvements goodsprinii e., 4e. Term will be given on the dav of sale. GEOltGE W, 'WILSON. Nov. 3, 1864 td. i ej W intor BtoolTl Till K subscriber Is now recelrint; and opening bis stock of Fall and Winter 4jiood. tKiu. with a rood lot of HradyOladc 4 lotliiur, which he prupoacs to aell low for cash, or on time to food men. - Not. 8 h. IHJD.-HJM. Inaalvrnt Ealatc. A l.t persons bavins' claim aralmt the estate of Ve J:. Campbell AtrhlrT. deceased, ara hereby notifled toaMiear and Ale the aartle, authenticated In the maimer preacribed by law, with Um Clerk of tli County Court of McMinn eountr. Tenoesaee. cat OT before tho first Mon- uay In March, lsii, said estate having been suggested 10 ne tnaoirent. By order of tin Clerk of tald Court. IM.KASAST M. MILLEff, AilnrlnMrator of il.-Campltll AU Mey, oVc'd. KoT. S, 1-&4 4t Pra fee fA 8I Now G-oociaa ! THRlaiHea afe reawcctfnlly invited to call at tht Fartnera' Cheap t-tore and examine our lletalnea. Merinoea, and oiiks, which we have una daT received from Philadelphia. (Octsr) C. r. a T. r. tllUSON. Itlore I'lswal WV-T'l? have hiat received another lot of lar(fe lurftlnf W T PLOWS, of different aitea and nalterna aome r trala.ro. t)c..) KEVK8 a IIKMrHUN, Ooru. rfVIE subscriber wishes to huy 50 Tttloliclaj off JL Com, for which ho will puy the liiglieiit Caah price ou delivery. Oct. XI P AM. r. 1M.N8. Valuable House and !.st for Sale. IOR aale. a House and Lot in the immediate vicinity ' of Athena. There are about eight acre, of ground, aud a comfortable two atory frame House, Kitchen, Hmoke-house, Stable, and other outbuildings. There are also a variety of good Fruit Trees on the premises. Tbo location is a very desirable one, and as the owner Is anx ious to sell be will dispose nf It on arconmiodating terms. For further information, enquire at this oftiee. Oct. 7, IHiH if 8I - THOMAS W. FLEMING, AVarc-Houne A fommisiajion 71 C reliant, .V Uf; Vita) til. G-a., WIIOLKriAI.K dealer lu Teniie.-see, Alabama, and, (leorgin Produce, tlis r-tores are new aud Fire Proof, and carefully constructed for the safe-keeping of all consignments a desideratum long needed la this city. Oct. !!7, 13.S4 ly-81o - 1,000 ZXogs fox- Bale. f I1IIK undersigned haa for aale. in the vicinity of Pika i villo, llletlsoe county, One Thousand Head of eaetei! Ilvgt, that will average not less 250 lbs, gross, and will be ready for delivery about the 1st of December next. Owing to the high price of Corn, and the few lloga being fed, the attention of packers and others la Invited to this lot. A liberal trade will be given. J. M. BIUDQMAN. Plkevlllc, Oct. 2T, lS54-tf Hit TOXIN' IjEXjIjiTrillTT, WllOI.KSAl.K OKOt'KK, CO.TIiTIISSIO AND IOIHV.(IIDI.0 3VI orolinlit, A.tD DKAl.Ka IK Wlnra, I.lqtiort nnd CI port, No. 11 Market street, South of Church street, Naailiville, Tenn. MR. JAS. M. HKNItKHSON, of the Ann of Keyet llenilersou, is my aiiihorisud Aareiit at Athena, for selling antl collecting, and will forward vrdurs and rt' ccive and receipt for money lu uiy nauie. t. L, Sept 8, ISM 8iu 811 hat iiorsK-tiiiiai nrov, NO, , t'A, F, D, FANNING, WnuUCSlLII DEALER lit HITS, CAPS Al KTHAW 4JOODS, .No. 81 lluyne street, ( hnrlrNton, H. V. MEROIIAKTS and others desiring to purchase will haS-e their orilera aa promptly and satisfactorily tilled as If they were here to sniierlntend their pur chases. Sept. 8, lS4-tf 811 Tost .Volets. CI.PIIL'ItlP, N'ilrlc and llydrnrlilnrle or Murlttlt 5 Acids, of Uie pureat quality, for sale low, by July 21 (1.W.ROR8. DEPOT HOUSE, Athena, Tenn. -WIVE. A. O. H.3333IJ WOL'LU reapeelfully infartn his friends and th traveling public generally, that he haa opened a House of KliteTtalnment at the Athens l)eiot, where alt who wish to call shall be accomiuoihitad at if) cents per meal. 8cU,l,KWf-8il Hugh L. finley, Of Knoxviile, Teuuctsit'O, KAVIKU aofne jenra experience In the 1 ransnorta. tion of Goods tlirougli Tenneaaee and Alabama, aud . . John iiuihiuim . Ot ('harlciilon, N. 1'., Who haa n .Tiwrlence of Ul) rears lu the commerce of Charleston, Hie last seven of the lime spent In the Ite ceiving nnd Korwarding Department of tlie Couth Caroli na Hail Road Company, respectfully offer their service! aa MKNF.HAL AtiKNM AMI COMMIS8H1N MKIt-CIIANT.'-, for the receiving and forwarding of all Goods, area, Merchandise and Machinery through L'harlcaton. All'. for the sain of all kinds of Baat Tennessee and Boiith- n PIlillil t'E. vis: Hour. Corn. Hacou, Lard, Tobaccn, Cotton, Rice, Wheat, Oats, Kt'a, Feathers, ilutter, EggSi 4c, ac. VY are not now, not do We Intend to be, during tht enniloo.nee nt ouV husiiicss. either directly or Indirectly engaged lu any speculations whatever, therefore intend to devote our rriitr-ifnai. aiieiiuon w, m. .erj ue.. tereala of our euatnniera, relying aulely upon our energy and promptness tn auslaln us, and hoping by unremitting care atirf utteiitlou to merit and receive a ahure of publla OftTceanil MTarehouss on Atlantic Wharf, three build Ings east of Post Olllee and Custom House. Vie beg leave to reier to inu ion,.ina Krii,e,r. ft. flammon k lon. Craighead Deadrlck, and msr-- chants generally, Knoxviile, Tenn. O. A. Tipton, ltall lloaa Ag111 uu mereuau. bcuw ally, Loudon, Tenn. French a Van Kpps, snd J. J. uryant, Liiaitanooga, Tenn. . ' W. B. A. Ramsey, decrctary of Plate; A. R. Crosier, Comptroller of Treasury, and M. M. Hwau, NariiVillt, Tenn. K. II. Norvell, Htintsvllle, Ala. C. L. King. Decatur. Ala. J. R. Love k Co., Whllesburg, Ala. M. L. Hwan, Brlfont, Ala. P. I), (lutes. 1 Broadway, New orlt. Col. James (ladsden, Charleston. John Caldwell, President of Smith Carotins Rail Road. Thomas Waring, Auditor of rVuilli Carolina Hall Road. John King, Ag'-nl of 8011th Carolina Hall Itosd. Hyatt, riK-lliirn.y Co., aud J. 8. L. Howie a Ct., Charleston, S. C. lP- i loow-tt A. , It K A DFOttl), RICEVILLKj TENN., HAS jimt received nnd opened a well leoteii tin J extensive stock of Fall and Wiutrr (iooils, to which he invites the attention of the peo ple living in the vicinitv of JtiecVille, and tlie liulilie generally. lnviiif self-eted his Oooda Willi ureal enre 111 1110 cuies 01 new iuis I'liiliidelnhia. he is Dieftred, ns he think, to offer inducement to persons wishing to fur nich themselves With cheitp nml (f""d Goods. lie thinks it. iinuccetsnry lo cmimerale all the articles, as his stock is laijxo cnoutfh, in cluding most all article belonging to the re tail trade; nud ho also has a largo and flna stock of SVdAIl AD MOLASSES, which he has just received from Kow Oi lcan. All of which he proposes selling at the lowest limi'ttnke his word for it, hut Just come over to Hiccville and exninin for your. K'lveft Nov 8, 1954 S91 A T H EN S FOUNDRY AND 3VXao1i1xio "VlTorXuHU rrHK siiliscrihers would respectfully Ji J. nounce to the citizen of Athens and tht puiilio generally, that they are now in opera tion and prepared to do CASTING of every description in their line, and would t herefore tolicit order from all tbo who may want anything of the UfntL They are now ensting and havt for sure iiif fercnt'size of the (llofie, or Alr-tigM Coek Stoves, ftirnislicrt eompletej variou sire of I'nrlor, Km late, Clionii.cr, (Iflice and Hhop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waffle lrts; Plough, right nnd left hand. Also, th Kllgor Spiral or Incline Wter. Wheel, which will from two to flv hou and feet per day. A II kinds of fitted up in the best and niostdurabl manner, and upon hot t iM.tic. Also, Iron nailing of .very W .l.on. They are also prepared tvdo all kind el Brass casting. , ... The highest Cash price will lit paid for OLD COPPER. ZWMEUMAV A THOMAS. P. S. W rive eonnented with th Work an excellent Pattern Maker, o that person wishing eastings ean have pattern made lo ardor. Z T. Athoo,Tnn., 0L 2, 1164 tf .117