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Tin Attarapaa, La., Feb. 1, 1858. Editor Poll : propott in this, my second ''epistle," to give youf render some iteint relative to tlie eulture of the Sugar Cans. - I lull eonAne mjsslf to the statement of a few facte, leaving the reader to make hit own In ference. I presume the majority of your patron are acquainted with the process liy which the sugar it 'manufactured from the cane, after It Is matured. Suffice it to tsy, In this respect, that It Is similar to that by which molnsse, are mnnufncted from from the corn stalk a practiced in tome portions of Knot Tennessee. This the Parish of St. Mary is emphatically the "Sugar Parish," producing more sugar than any other Parish In the Stat, at shofhy reliahle statistics. Hut what I particularly design to notice in this communication is tome facts relative to the profits arising from the culture of the onne. A good field hand usually costs from one thousand to fifteen hundred dollars, accord ing to quality, and will cultivate, besides corn sufficient to keep up hit team, aboirt ten rpenls of cane, (the French arpent ileitis; a little less than the Kngllsh sore,) whi:ti yields from one to two hogsheads of sugar, and from seventy-five to one hundred gallons ol tnolas acs, per arpent. Sugar varies from thirty to teventy five dollars per hogshead, and niolns ess from ten to thirty cent per gallon. As suming, then, one and a half hognhend of fugar the average yield per arpent, and fifty dollar a the average price per hogs bead; eighty gallon molasses as the average yield per arpeut, and twenty cents per gallon a the price, and taking twelve hundred and fifty dollar as the average oust of each hand, and the annual account for each may be dated thus: IS hhds. sugar at 50 per hhd., -7o0 800 gallons luulasses, at 20 cts., 160 tiros earnings, per hand, f 010 00 Jijcpente incurred. Interest on Hl!6l, at 8 per cent, $100 . Clothing and hoarding ucgi-o, 75 Incidental expenses, 85 Annual expenses, -(210 00 Net annual earnings, per hand, $700 00 The sum set apart in the above account for incidental expenses, is intended to cover the interest upon the amount invested in the teams, plows, and other necessary outlays, and from the best information I can gather i amply sufficient as stated above. Wo have, then, the sum of seven hundred dollars as the set annual earnings of each field hand, and the planter, who work one hundred hand may calculate with tome assurance upon realizing about seventy thousand dol lare, net, per annum. My own observation nd experience go to confirm the above state ment. I know a planter in this vicinity whose crop the past season realized, gross, about one hundred thousand dollar. He work from one hundred to one hundred and twenty hand. The above account may be relied on a correct ii) the main, subject, perhaps, to ome unimportant incidental deduction, of which I an not now apprized. The planter' net annual ineome is, of course, greatly modi fied by his own personal and household ex penses, which in some instances exceed bis income. I have already' extended this be yond its intended limit; so I aiiall close for the present.. I may probably write you again. Yours, as ever, Kihuod McThkasle. ' The Charleston Standard's Wanning- ton-correspondent anya: "Had the resolution of the House (for smJin;; fur person and paper in Kansas) been adopted, or should it be, 1 understand that General VVhltlield, the present Incumbent, will nsk the attendance of a certain female friend of Governor Reudur's who is now in Kiinsns, and who has In her possession a number of Interesting docu ments, giving an inside view of the Gover nor's territorial policy. There's fun ahead, if the Committee be authorized to "send fur persons and papers," though it must bu ut n cost of hundreds of thousands of dollars to theGovoinnient, 2PTlie Alton (III.) Courier, speaking in regard to the prospect of wheat, says the crop of last year is not all marketed, and and that part of it which has left the produ cers' hands is fur from being in the hand of the consumers. It anticipates a fine crop the coining season, both on account of thu increased number of acres sown and the favo. ruble winter for the grain, uninterrupted cold weather and snow being good for the gruiu. The Chicago Journal says: "The snow which has fallen during the post 60 days is equal to five inches of ma ll u re. People capable of estimalin? matters, imagine that the wheat crop of 1856 will be the largest ever harvested in this country. To estimate tho value of the snow upon tho ground at ten millions dollars, would be a low figure. The Peoria Press says the quan tity of grain in store in that city is 400,000 bushels. It adds: 'Thu country is still tilled with grain, and every day the receipts are in- crtMiMintr. Wtt lirstHUtnf. tliura in not n town in Central Illinois, nor between Chicago and SU Louis, that can show a good record of their winter transactions as Peoria. These speculations nnd facts have an Important bearing upon prices," - i iyyThey are taking on Congressional airs at St. Paul, Minnesota. On January 27th a rather exciting debute occurred on the slavery question in the Legislative Council after 'which a spirited conversation took place out aide the Hull, between Mr, MuLeod, a mem ber of the House, and Mr. Heard, sergeant at arms of the Council. ' Several blows were truck, when Mr. Heard pushed Mr. McLcod over the banister, and ha fell to the floor bo low, some fourteen or twenty feet, breaking his arm and otherwise injuring him. He was taken up for dead, but ruliied, and is now likely to recover. Both parties were arrested. Caucuses and Conventions. All the na tional conventions liuvehorctoforo beon hum bugs their platforms a delusion and snare. Unpledged electoral tickets should be sup ported in each State. Such doctors would be obliged to vote for the best man; and if they could not agree, it would be better to let the election go to the House of Kepresen tntivea thun to perpetuate the old conven tion system which has shut out from the Presidency all the great men of the nation, and elevated auoh Plenties aa Pierce. Bo aye the Herald. August a, Feb. 84. Cotton The market is quiet to-dly with, sales of some 300 to 300 bale. No change In prices. . 3r7Th Rhode Island Demorntlo State Convention met on Thursday, at Providence, , and nominated Auiencoui V. Potter for Gov. i cinor. ' A writer in Blaekwood'e Magazine thus discourse on the practice of trying (it stick 'hook Inttiliig" in the bead of children whllo they are yol "bnlins:" .. i "How I have hoard you, Busutilna, pity the poor children! ' I rrim'iiihvr your look lug nt n group i.f tliem, mid refleclinivFor nl such is the kingdom of Heaven;' rind tur ning nwny thoughtl'itHr and snyintf, Or such is the kingdom of tnufe.' A child of three years of nm with n book in its infant hands is a fearful sight! It is ton often the death, warrant, such as the condemned stupidity looks nt fatal, yet beyond his comprehen sion. Wlint should a child three years old nay even five or six years old ho taught! Strung meats for the weak digestion Innke not bodily strength. Let thero bo nursery talcs and nursery rhymes. I would sny tu every parent, ercially every mother, sing to your children; tell them pleasant stories: if in the country, be not too careful lest they get a little dirt upon their luiiida and clnthuii; earth is Very much akin to nil, and in children out of doors piny soils them not inwardly. 'There is in it a kind of cuiisimguinily be tween nil creatures; by it wo touch upon the sympathy of our first substance, and beyet a kindness for our poor relations the brutes. i,l children have a free, open nir sport, ami leaf not though they make acquaintance with the pigs, the donkeys nnd the chickens they may form worse friendships with wiser looking one-; i-ncotirngu familiarity With nil that lino to court them; dumb nniiniils love children, nnd children lovo-lhem. Therein a language nmosg them which tho word's lan guage obliterates in the elders. . It isol more importance that you should mnkuyourehil dren loving than you should ninke tlicm wise that is, book-wise. Above nil things, make them liivini:; then will they be oentle nnd obedient; and then ulxn parents, if you become old and' poor, these w ill be better than friends, nnd will never neglect you. Chil dren brought up lovingly nl your knees will never shut their doors upon you, nnd point here they would have you go. tT" Professor Collin, of Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, in nn elaborate scientific paper, t.iys that there exists in the Northern Hemis phere three great zones of ind, extending entirely around the earth, modified, and, in some cases, partially interrupted by the con figuration nnd character of the surface. The first of these is the trade wind, m ar the equa tor, blowing, when - uiiiiiturrupied, Iro n Northeast to Southwest; this belt is inter rupted, however, in the Atlantic ocean, near the coast oT Africa, upon the Mediterranean Kca.and also in R.-irb.-iry by tho actions of the Great Desert. The second is a belt of Wes terly wind, near 2000 miles in breadth, be tween latitude 35 and 60 degrees North, nnd encircling the earth, the westerly direction being clearly defined in thu middle of the belt, but gradually disappearing ns we approach the limits on either side. North of this, there is another system of winds blowing south wardly, from high Northern latitudes, and gradually inclining towards the west ns it moves into a latitude of greater Eastern velocity. Hkkry Clay oh Fusion. The following is an extract from a speech delivered by Hen ry Clay, in thu House of Representatives, in Kentucky, Nov. !9, 18S0,.nnd now applicable to tho doings in Congress; and should, us a piece of information, bo kept before the country ns n beacon-light, that the people may see and avoid the quicksands of the Black Republicans: "But if it (the Whiff party) is to be merccd into a contemptible Abulititnp luirty, and if Aoolittunism is to beenuralted upon the Whig creed, from that moment I renounce the fairly and cease to be a Whig. I go a step further; if I am alive, I will give my humble support tu'that mull lor tho Presidency who, to what ever party he may belong, is not cuiiluiniiuit- ed by fanaticism, rather tlmn to one who, crying out nil the timethat ho is a Whig, maintains doctrines utterly subversive of the Constitution of the Union." fdEf Tho greatest snow storm that ever occurred at Oswego, New York, upon Luke Ontario, a region famous for suc'i storms, oc curred on Friday, the 1st mst. The rail roads slopped running, tlie window shutters uf the stores were not taken down, nnd tho newspa pers were not published for thrco days. The strtuts in many parts of the city were Impas sable, the snow ranging from lour to ten and twenty feet in depth, nnd in some places tho drills are thirty feet deep. Many of the resi dences were bunked up with snow to the se cond story. Snow now lies to u depth on a level of from six to eight foot in tlie woods. Bridge Across tub Mississippi. 1'he St. Louis Republican is urging the necessity of a bridge across tlie Mississippi at that place. 1 lie tliicK ice lor some weeks past tins lur. nished n cheap piisstvny for thousands daily; but this only proves the want more clearly lur other periods of tho year. A plan of a suspension bridgu is under consideration. It is proposed to mnke it liiO teetliigh nl the lowest point of depression, from St. Louis to bloody island d will cost $1,000,000.- I hu Republican thinks it would be a profit able undertaking even nl $5000,000 mure, ns thu ordinary modes ot transportation will not do, with trains arriving nnd dcpiu ling ev every hour in thu .day at Illinoistown, tilled Willi passengers nnd freight. Qy-A Chicago gentleman who is familiar with hike pheiiuiuena gives it as his opinion that Lake Michigan is frozen across from side to side. Such n thing was never known before. This opinion is sustained by the fact that tho best glass fails tu discover uny sight ol tviilar. IIkavv Failube in . West. The Louis ville Courier learns that Mr.. John MuMurty of Lexington, Kentucky, enrieiiter, architect, and foundry-man, has failed for about t3UU, 000. . "Information has been received nt St. Louis of the arrest of tho murderers of Uu sil II. Gordon. They were caught at Indian upolis, by Captain Couzins mid his party. Gordon's watch wat found upon one of them. His horse hud been traded away, but was traced to the purchaser, and forme another link in the chain of testimony against the murderers. Auuusta, Feb, 26. Cotton The market I quiet to-day with few tales. ' Buyers demand a concession, and holders ai t geuerally unwilling to yield. The sale made show a deelino of i a i cent. Good middling ti a 9; middling fair 9 a 8c. Nkw YoaK, Feb. 25. Cotton is easier, but not lower. Sales of 1,000 bales. Flour is lower, Ohio $8. Corn 76 cents. Wheat quiet. Cincinnati, Feb. 28, The ie is breaking up here, and th river is rising. Several steamer have beta sunk, involving a loss of $200,000, ' Boston, Feb. 28. Tb Haytlens have, abandoned the invasion of Pominioia. ' ' JSTThs Southerner, published at Rome, which was discontinued fur a few Weeks, ba been re-establised." ' Important Decision. Judge Tyler, In the Circuit Court of Struffbrd county, hu decided tha suit for Fibenezer Church in favor of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, and has appointed trustees to hold the oiinrvh and lot ol land. KKtimona .jjujiacn. Hlom and Wonders. When will signs and wonders censo! Not till the destroying angel shall clip short the thread of time, and the heavens shall bo rolled together, ns a se roll, Not a day passes but w o see good and bad signs, as the following will show; It's a had sign to seo n man sny he is too poor to lake a paper tun to one he carries home n iiiff of red eve. that cost him a half n dollar. It's n rnnd siirn to see a man dolntr an act of chnrity to his fellows. lOi a bad sign to hear hint boasting of it. It's n L'oml sii'u to see the color of health in n man's fncei It's ii had sIl'ii to see it all concentrated in his nose. It's a good siirn to see an honest man wenr- lug old clothes. Ii s a bad sign to see them filling holes in his windows. It's n good sign to seo n man wipe thu per spiration from iiis face. ' It's n bad sign to see him wipe his chops us he comes out of n saluon. It's a good sign to see a woman dressed with taste unit neatness. It's n good sign to see a man or woman advertise in the papers. It s a bud sign to seu tlie sliorill advertise fur them. E3 A meeting of (lerniun citizens hat been held nt (ialenii, III., at which resolutions were adopted, and siiriicil by one hundred nnd fifty-seven persons, dcelariug that slave ry is n curse, that tho fight against its propa gation is the most urgent issue of the present nine, nuu rust iney win tunnurl only tuch candidates for Stale officers ns are opposed to me Kansas bill nnd to Know Aollnngism. tW In the valley of the Itio Grands to severe a winter ns t lie present lint not been experienced for a long lime. The river two hundred miles below Santa Fe is frozen over strong enough to bear loaded wagons. Along the valley there is general eoiiihlniiit of Indi an depredations, especially in thoMesilln re gion But a eross oulruire bv the whites gave rite to them. -flf von don't want corns on your feet. don't Wear light boots. It' you don't want to iio "corned? all over, don't iret "Unlit" yourself. Mobilo is receiving great benefits from tlie rail roads leading to that city, and is gsiuii g upon New Oil on in in trade. l-?f In Jonesville, Lee county, Vn., Inst week, the keeper of n grocery store, it is said, bronch'-d a barrel of w hisky to servo out to customers, but upon attempting to draw some of the liquid it was found to have Irozeu Into a barrel ef solid ice. J his proves that tlie weather was either unprece.icntly cold or that rather ton much water hud been mixed with thu w hiskey. Tiuf.d of it. It is reported that the steam er Prometheus, arrived the other day at New Orleans from Sun Juan, brought bark several "patriots from General Walkers seivitc. It (or he) did not pay. Com. Adver. Louisville, Feb. 23. The river roso five inches yesterday, it is stir) closed above. The prospect is good for a break up. Weather is cloudy and net. New York, February 2J. Cotton is firm nnd 1000 bales wore sold to day Flour is languid nt $8,87 for Southern. Other brands are- unchanged, Wheat drooping at $1,82 per bushel. ' Corn is worth 77 cents per bushel, . Charleston, Fob. 25 Cotton The mnr- ket is slightly depressed w ith u moderate de. mand. Sales ti-dny 700 bales nt 10 to 10Tc. CANDIDATES. We are authorised sail requesU-il lo announce WM. UKOUOE us a ctimliuale lor re-iaci-tlou lo the office ol County Court Clerk for MuMinu oouuty, at the ensuing March clccliuu. We nre nnthorlzeil snd requested to Announce JOHN HUSTON as cnuiliiliito lor County Trustee for McMInn county, nt the ensuing Murch election. . We are authorised and requested to announce WAI. 1IUIINS, K4q., as u cAiidiilsle for the onlce or Cir cuit Court Clui-k for McMiua county, at tlie ensuing Usrcli elecllou. Vt'e sre authorised snd requested to announce I.. C. IlKXTFItO si a cunilidnte for .Sheriff ot McMiiiii couuty, at the ensuing March elecllou. 9f We nre authorised nnd requested to nnnounce UKNJA.MIN WKI.US us it cuudiditte for Couuly Trustee (or ilcUinn eounty, at the eusuing Murch eleetlou. 137" We are nuthorlsed nnd requested to nnnounce WM. IIUKK n u candidate Tor Sheriff of MeMluu uouu ty, ut the uest Murch election. . ty We nre Authorised snd requested to announeo JOII.S V. SI.OVEK as a candidate for the ollice of Cir ouit CVtrt Clerk, UcMlua couuty, at thu eusuiug March election. g37 We are Authorised and requested to announce NATHAN KKLLKV as a candidate tor Counly Trustee for McMinu county, at the ensuing March slecdoii, We are authorised and requested to announce MoaKS A. CAE'S us u onudlilste for Couuty Court Clerk at thu eusuiug Murch election. We are authorised and requested to snnounce Da. SAM'I. ll.JOHDAN usauundidute fur Couuty Court Clerk, at the eusuiug Murch electiuu. V We are authorised to announce UKO. Vf. NK.W TON as a candidate for County Trustee, McMinn coun ty, ut the eusuiug March election. Owing to the fact of having met with au accident over a yenr ago, lis will nut be able to cauvass the county, but If the people will give him their votes he urondee to discharge tlie duties of the ollice faithfully. We sre authurlsed and requested to annonucs J. A. (JOULDY us a candidate for Siiuill of McMinu couuty, at the eusuiug March eluctlou. For ItroticIiltiMt Tlirout dlauanei, hacking coukIi, and ell'octa of liniiruduiit use of mercury, uo mldiclue hat tirr been Uiicuvertst. which has Hue ted lut'h curei ntCitrter'i Spanih Mixture. Tliroat linemiei prmluced by ttliiritUon, bronchiftl sf fee 1 1 ou, liAckliiK co ii Kb, liver dUetue, ueurulfi und rlieuinHlimn, Iihvo all bven relieved and cured iu a wrni derful umnuer, liy tho great puriUer uf tlie blood, Car tur'a Bmni.h Mixture. Tlie cute of T. II. lUtntcy alono iliould tatlify any who doubt. Cull on the Ajont and (irucure a pumidilct conttiinlng curet, which will avtouud you. B advurtitmueat. fb COMMERCIAL, Atlanta Klurkot. Atlanta, feb. 5. Below please find our market quotations for the past week. The stock of Da cos In market la yet very tlht and In fair demand, 11 Hc, hg round; hants 13 & ViHc Laud, In barrels 11 11S,c;cku W & l'ic. Uuttkk, Tennessee, dull at 15 I So. Taluiw, dull, 18 ViXv. liKur, on foot, 6 (jj tie. IIuimims, aninll and medium size, $.1 U.50 y doa. Whkat, common red, saekeil, ifl,50. C41HM. sacked. 50 2b 55c 5(1 bu. Oat, sacked, 4lc W lb. jVue, superliiieand extra 4 ifiit. Kkatiifhs, tu small sucks, 4ao. ki it, dried, 81 Oft i.Vd. ExuuitiOK, on New York,): Augusta, Charleston and Savauuab X y ct prem. Yours, truly, 8KAO0 ft AP-nOTT, ' Gmsral (kwMUvtivtt JitrohauU, ITInrou lUarkoC BIaihM. Veb. 85. Since the date of our last there has been jjo material ChaiiKe to note In our market. ItAuiir, hog ruunil, 12o. Lard, by the bbl., dull 13Vo. Fuii'u, superfine, 8U (& ,50 U bill. Uorh, dull, flA f6 fuu U bu. Oats 06 (& 7Uc W bu. Oow 1'ha 1)5 (ft ftl. uiAsa, wnue, f HP i,ou. runs, iHig round,? (ij iHu, Uaucr, prime article, 6 GL 8o. Daiteu Vkuit. Annies 81,5: Peaches, peeled, 81(50. Uav, Teuoeasee, $l,lt5 1,50 j cwi, jjr atukh'. , scarce, wo. tsXCHAMuit on Augusta and Charleston Hi New York P V Cl- Pem ueteiTiiny, ... r. WOOTToftft HOIJ.OWAY, Oomm4io Merchant Augvita market. Augusta. Feb. fifl. I have te notice a decline In breadstuff since my last week's repert of this market, which has been caused ly the advices from Europe. To-day we have news by the steamer tiiat tners u sttu a further decllus lo bread' Stun. 1 qaote Uauos. hoc round, 10V Oh 11 hants II (ftltc! sides UH & Mr. shoulders UH Uo. htun lct & 1 1 uu. Ukkf. T A Sc. Poac 7 W Gt 8e. bay llins Id lHo. No change In Daiu VaeiT, Peaches, peeled 9,50 83, unpoeied vuo TO i; Apples, peeled i,iu 1,10. Uhisd Hkkv Hams 19 & 14c. Daisu Vsnihuji 13 fift VJUn. OtlRN 60 fib 85c. SlRAl. 80 St TOo. WIIKAT81M Puiva 8,35 St 81A V bbl. Oats 60 ft 65c. Btock Po4s80v 85e. NeohanReln oilier goods, i . . Votirs, very truly, r J. A. ANW.FY, CbmmiMhn amt Prodm JlervAant, A lenraed writer, Dendy.saytt "Bryden, to en sure his hrllllsnt visions of poesy, sts raw flesh; and Mrs. Itadrllire adnnted the ssme plsn. ttreen lea sad cnlTee, if ws Do sleep, Induce dreaming. Uaptlsts Ports for procuring anlet reft and pleasing ilsMaia swallowed Awi'se foneu after snppor. IndigcsUnnTnnd that con dition which Is termed a weak or Irritable stomach, constitute a most fruitful source of visions. The Imme- I ate or direct influence of repletion, In totally altering the sensations and the disposition In waklne moments, Is a nrnnr or its nnwer to derange the clrcnlntlon of Hie brain, and the mental families In sleep. People who sre troubled with Indigestion, msy surely get relief rrom "llnnfland's (lermnn Hitters,11 inld esi-lnsliclr In this country by Dr. C. M. JileVson, 1211 Areh street, Phllndel jlhls, snd by his sgents. See advertisements. feb 9 Married, Dn the 14th lust., bv Her. John IhsMng, Mr. Jons F. Kkr to Miss M. Masoasst Pnacs, all of Monroe county. Ilctl, On the 1lh Inst., at Snlphur Springs, Rhea enunlr. Tenn., ALSXASisa Olraiis, son of Unvld K. slid Sarah uiuespie was oorn iian:n mis lovely child bright hnd of promise was alt a fond parent's heart conld wish daily developing Its powers or young Intellect, lisping some new word or listening with up turned Joyous face to the gentle accents of tenderness from a mother's full, wsrm hesri. We thought him ours, "Hut, O nenth! the pnlm Is thine." Vvilh hushed snd trembling awe we saw thy triumph. Vflth crushed and strlracn hearts we gased upon the pale eold brow of our darling buy. There was a smite upon Ids lip lleiith dnred not lotll'll. II was ine impress 01 iicsvein signet ring. Who shall say that this lovely blossom hatli lived in vain, when the gntherlng hand that broke It from Its weak stem of life hath bound our hearts to the spirit world by a tie we had not known before. "Almighty Ood 'lis right 'lis Just, That earthly forms should turn lo dust ; Tint, Ol the sweet Irsnsportlng truth, The soul shall bloom in endlsss youth." O. Seodl Seodsl "rnsT rereleed and In store, the following lots of Field Seeds, which ure wrrantedrtA, mid will bo Wold low for cimk. 7 J) husltels Clover Seed ; S It hUHhels Timothy Peed ; t 6.) huMlels llerds-irrsss Se,-di . . - , i t i . j t . 1 (til bushels llliH-sriiss Seed j -fSst KiiivlUe,reb.M,'M-lm1 ft. M. McPTfF.ReON. A dsmolution. fflHE copartnership heretofore existing between f7. M. I1'. d 7. IHB-iOXU. by mutual consent, this duy dissolved. Tlie old business of the firm will be closed by C. F. Gibson. C. F. (llltSON, Athens, s'eb Us, isoo. T. r. UIIttUN. In retiring from business I tnke this occasion to re turn my most sincere thanks to my old friends for the liberal share of putromige heretofore extended to the house, and solicit a continuance of the enmc. Feb 2-lf T. y. QinsON. $30,000! Improved Hitvan.i Plan Lottery. Jlif Authority of the Stite of Georgia, Tort Gaines Academy Lottery KJIt AlAI.UillljAf'H III, To be drawn In tho city uf At I nut, March 85th, 1PM. 1 Cnpltal Prlto 48,000 I Phich or Tickets Whole! Hlvi 2,150 Qonr tcri tljsV Priiee (n tliln Lottery re pnM thirty ilnrif nfter the d raw t n if. In bills of ipocle-imylnir fUnk-i, willmtit il.-lue-tion, only oh presentation tit U Ti-jfat tntitM to the Hi ll a on All folvent tt.mkd taken nt par. All commit ntcatto.it irlctlv vnufilt'iilliil. HAM U Kb SWAN, A pent nti.1 MunAfrcr, April 27-ft44 Ail intn, Ueorfflit. Chancery Sale of Land, Lot AND i UBaztozss, Allen Boone in hii own v'mUt and as Executor of Samuel Htiidi, duueased, and Auim lioonc, wire of amd Allen, Margaret llnr.lv, widow of snid Samuel, decM, James Hardy, Jnne Allen and liiiliaml By rnm Allen, Thoiniis Hardy and htscliildren, vir.i William, 8nsnn Juno, Tuvlor. Cntlie rine. Angelo, Atigtjliuc, Snmuel, Martha and Finnice, who appear hy their (limnlinn ad litem heretofore appointed by this Court, Hustiii Dodson and her hiMbund Murecrius Doduon, Mary and herhudbnnd Milton l!ob craon, Samuel Hardy, nnd Mitrtha and hits band W. K Kdiftnau, legatees of snid Sam uel Hardy, dee'd and James Oett vs. 1)UHSUAN T to a decree of the Chancery Court at Athens, rendered in this cause at the February term, 1550 1 will sell, at Hi Court liotiee door in the town of Athn, uu a credit of nine and aVrtit eon months jixcopf the sum of two hundred 'Jollnrs, uliitlt will he required in advauoM. on the Slut duy of Murch next, one TOWN LuT, known iu the plan of the town of Athens as Lot No. 100. the late residence of Sumiiel Hardy, dee'd, and nhont 45 acres of LAND, iMinlit by the testator from James Cettys, adjoining the Laud of Win. Lowry, James Uuvlur.., Keed Owens, MuKeldiu, and I). Clenue, heing a part of the East half of the Nm-lh ou.il ijuur tur of section 1.8, 4tli township, range lut. West, HiwAHsee District, McMinn cnutity; and nto, u tract of about 104 ACItKS iu said county, known as the "Ewing place," adjoin ing tlie Lands now owned by W. K. Kilginan, James Husell, and Allen Boone; and at the sume time and place, the following NK(tRO SLAVICS, viz: A womiiu, named Xaney; a hoy, nuined Ben; one named Alex, and one named Stephen; and a girl named Limy. Bond and neem'ity will he required of the miaehafen, and n lieu on the lund until p-iid. Snle at I o'clock. WM LOWUY, C. i M. Feb. 2H, 1856-td-prs fee 12-.5H8 MUST LAKGK Al CTIO NAlTiT" o Spring and Summer Goods, IRBY M0R7.AN Si CO., No. 4 Public Square NashvlllVf leiia. Tims &tl. OI7R rejtalftr Spring Snle will Uke lnee on 7(f(rty, tth Jlttfrk, mid tnnll'iite 7Vtc ihiin. TIUS SALKIS JJ:s(iXC KXviA'StVEKY FOR Quods, as usual, will bu oiTVred In ldi to ault buym, with liberal iirivllugoii to thue wunliuK lnr)(er quuiiti tlei. No lot of Uiiod will bo withdrawn after a bid tins beeti received. Halei poHitlva In every in-tnce, Tho tuck to b olTered embrucet aa flue nil anvurttnent of Fresh JSi3Z"lu.0 O-oocls, ax were ever offered at Auction in the State, and will afford merchants of every odcr a flue opportunity to amice up meir spring kiock. xne tudoruiictK cotimis In part, at followi: W cnxua liiindaome Hprlnfr Priutx ; u cuaei l.awn ami urilliaotei j b ciinel CottotiHdeM ; ' lO citHea Mnen UiM'kf and Drllli 20 oities Itlcavhed Domentioa; Ocuftci Uleeched Drill; 8fi hiilealiea Uhotd )ometlci 8 cusea lrih Linens; 10 caxea lied Titki; 80 caret Kaury H.innet f j)7 iW'asi sttn.JtUMOnt ; JOO buaea riowera; ptvrei Crant i, (nil color.) Jaconeta, Cambrics, SwIm Muslim, Inserting, rjltriufri, and nil deteriptfons of White Qoodn; French Printed JacoueU, beautiful lot of Tiiaue and lk-rHge; Piira oln, UnibrellH", and Kmicy Ooodi t-nenilly. A full ittttKirtiiiei.t of TrhuniliiKa iucb m Threads, Biittoun, Needlen, lloalery, c, co. Merchant generally are lovlu4 to attend the anle. UtUV I1UHUAN CO. Nashville, Feb 8, 18M-5nt-76 To iaslt and lHat'uv Buyer I G. B. THOMPSON & SON, Cleveland Teuu. Dealers la Choice Foreign & Demcntic Drugs CIIEl'JCA IS, PA iXTS, OILS, PKHFVMEJt Y, If1 anoy O-o o ci m9 cfis o- OUIt stock will be found to embrace a larger and more general assortment than Is usually kept in this section, and we intend to keep It full and euuul to the first class llouacs In Kast Tenmssee. We make our purchases largely for cash, and principally in original packages of direct Importers and manufacturers, widt h enables us to sell at wholesale niuuh lower than any similar Douse In East Tennessee. Physicians and eounlry merchants will find It decidedly to their ad vantage to Kve us a trial. All articles sold by tl ure warranted to be or the purest quality, and should at any time an article not prove sat ii factory, we beg It to be relumed at our cost, as it Is our Intention to dent only Iu Pure Dntg, All orders will meet with prompt attention. Physiciuns' Prescriptions and Family Heclnu will receive the greatest care sad attention In their eompouudiug, at all hours. feba3-ly-8dtl LiUlefiiant Corn and Cob Crusher T HAY I. the right for this celebrated MUI for Ronne, Ho n roe, McMinn, Bradley, Polk, Khea and Iteucs counties, ana am nuw ireimau io mi ail oruers. Patcs-No. 55; No. 8 Aft. W. R liUIU.KY, jiuilntt T.rn 8. K. Rrmdkb, Athens) J. N. Delsrll, Mouse Creek; 0. HiCHi Kicovillv; and Alsxamus A (Imvhi. Charleston. Agents. Feb. 15. loM-0iuahd For Sale ! For Sale ! IOFFKll for tals my 8T011E and DVVfXL IKO, in the tovn of Clisrlestoii. Tbs Stors it near tlia Depot, ant ona of tha bsst stands in tlie town. It hat two good rooms I -n I e nr l .. . anu a eeuer. . iruuiu firuier tuning num so ei her, but would sell tuera teparata to suit pureliasers. J. i. BAIN, Charleston, Toon., Feb. S3, 868-tf-887 ",III'.V1N1 TOUACt'O, a flu. arllcls, anil sav BsgaiB, igr sai. j . ap su a. Ll-E.au a m w. Notice. I WILL sell nt PUBLIC AUCTION, In tlie town of PhilmUlpliia, Monro ominty, Tenn., on th tlOthJUarch, 1868, to- the. high est bidder, a tnMf LAND, containing lno ACKKS, lying oifjf and a quarter miles North of tsid town, on th rosd leading from Msdl sonvills to Kingston, adjoining the landt of W. C Julian, Ksq., J no. Stnnfield and others. Term of Sale: Twenty-five, per sent, to be Iisid down, balance nn a credit of twelve months with interest from dste, retaining a lien on asm imt.il the full amount it paid. For further particulars, apply to th un dersigned nt Chnrleitnn, Tunn., or to Gorge Alexander, Philadelphia, Tenn. u. YY. ALliAAMJl'.U. Feb. 22. 1856 tt-887 Threshers! Throshfrs! A M. proni wiihinir to purr m T1irMhjn tntt tf A . rniujry nr mat kind. III dn will to ham. In their onlert Immedlnlelr. 0. K. RKKDUR, Agent. Atlwna, Feb. ttt-tr Home for Sale. I WILL tell, on the premises, on FrMny, the 7th dny of March, 1856, the FAltM upon which 1 formerly lived, seven unlet South uf Athens. Tenn., on tho 8otiLh Imnk of Chostna Creek, mljoiniiiR the lamia of Kphrni-n Saw- ten, itout. ntooiileheln, it tin others, eotttntn nig, hy estiinntiou, EIGHTY ACUK.S, about one-hull in cultivation; aiom. Apple Orcluird; plenty of spring nnH stock water; well adapt ed to the growth of corn, clover, wheat, fctj., with llmiKei and Springs for two fnmilies. 'J'enn OA-ttiit'd of the purehaae money to be pii'iii down on the day of stite, and the bft1ftnc0ntw eqttnl payments of ulne and eighteen month, with interest from ditto. A good title will be made to the purchaser on the dny of snle, and ded ot trust taken od the land for the suhspqueiit payments. JAMlij lJOU GLASS Feb 22, 185ft-2t-8S7 ( linnccry Court at Urcaliir, Tenn. William L, Brown and wife Mary Brown, and James Maie, VI. Henry Col bough and Abraham Cox, sr. OniUINAL AND iNJUNOriON lUhU IT appearing from an allegation of the bill filed in this cause, that respondent Abra ham Cox, sr., is a non resident citizen of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be made for four consecutive weeks in the Athens Post, a newspaper pub lUhcd iu the town of Athens, McMinn conn ty, Tenn.. notifying and requiring said nnn resident respondent to make his personal ap pearance before our next Court of Chancery, to be held in the town of lecatur, on the second Monday of March. I8flrt, in the State aforesaid, then and thero to answer complainants said bill or the same will be taken pro coufeso and set. fop hearing ex parte as to him. O. W. MuKKNZIK, 0. dr J , Per W. L. McKtxMiV, n. cam. Feb. 6, 1856 4t-prs fee M-.H86 Ntulo of IVnttPMsnpa iTIc.lliiiu coiiiity CIRCUIT COURT, Susnn Chambers, 1 Petition for Divorce. Robt Chnmbcrs. ) fN this cause it apnearins to lite Clerk. 1. from the petition of the petitioner, that the defendant is not a citizen of the State of Tenntsxee, it is therefore ordered that ptibli cation he made in tho Athens 1'ot, a newspa per puhliuhud in Athene, Tennessee, requiring l he defendant to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court to be held for McMinn count v, Tennessee, at the Court houso in Alliens, on the 2d Monday of April next, and then nnd there plead, answer or demur to the plaiutitrs petition, or the same will be takeu as con tossed and set tor Hearing ex parte. John l. iuudues. curk. Feb 15, 18o6-4t-prs fee $3,QU-8S6 . ' Martha Jane Mooro, ) vs. Petition for Divorce, John Moore. ) N this cause it nppearincrto the Clerk, from the petition of the petitioner, that the de- fendaut is not a citizen of the Stute of Ten ileum, it is therefore ordered thut publication he mndo in the Athens l'ost, a newspaper pul.lUhed in Athens, Tennessee, requiring the defendant to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court to be held for Ale Minn county, Tennessee, nt the Court house in Alliens, on the 2d Monday of April next, and then nnd here plead, answer or demur to tlie plain tiff's petition, or he same will he tuken as confessed and set for hearing ex parte. juji.n J. iJiciuwi, vterk. Feb 15, 1356-U-prs,fee $:i,5U-Sd Fi ench Burr Millstones, "ISTAItltANTED of superior quality and workmanship, ' conauntly oo hand or tit. id e to order from ilurr 11 locks of our own iitinoritttlon. We also keen for stile A superior aM&nrtmeiit of Culvjn and JC-nftu Milt HtoitfM; Hurt lUm-lc; Bolting Clotfa; CttlvineU J 'tat ter, id. Orders promptly executed. r.iim.ua a mi i. inn;, 8ucceisnrs lo Kgeittun, Morris A Co., West Falls Avenue, near Pratt at. ltritlge, Hidtitnore. Onlers for Millrttnncs from the above well-known establishment received hy their agi-nts, ISKAdO AHUOl i, Uomiuissiun Hercliants, Feb 15, WnMy-sjti Atlnula, Gn. &Xx,lxi.G Trade of lOSO. l'hartcscon9 .; Januury if 3. Uankin, Pulliam, HudM)n & Co,, A UK now receiving hy every arrival their 8prlrg Importations, and hy the 1st proximo will be emi- blud to exhibit u complete stock of fr'orriUtl II lilt A Mieriruii Ir y itol, which they oHVr to such of the trade as purchase for cash and on short time, at price that will compare with any market In thu L uited state. A full assortment of the best German Anchor Brnnd Uniting ClotliB coustautly on baud, at the lowest prices. J?eb l-ut-tM Forest Hill Academy. finUK Bummer Session of Forest Hill Academy, con JL ducted by Mr. A. 0. Cak.hkh and Lav, assisted by Mr. u. I,. Vumk, will open oti JUoiniau, Jrtbnutry 4th. Tlielruntces uf this litslltutlon can confidently reconi inend It tu those who wish their sons and dtiUftl iters educated. Tlie Instruction Is thorough and thu dis cipline mild but firm and paternal. i-ach aiutlcnt Is charged a coutlnjrcnt fee of One Dol lar. One half of the tuition Is required in alvaiicu and the reiuaiuiog half at the middle of the session. icriusi First Glass, (per session,) 0,00 rVcnud " ' 0,'HI Third 18,00 Hy orderofthe nonrd, W, II. ItAU.KW, Athens, Feb. ttfciotary. TJKTIOU XXOUS33. Formerly Rait Hoad JJoute,) " At liUH) Ton ii. X3y F. XC. WHotsell. fWI it: proprietor resHsctfully announces to the public JL that he has receutly rt ill ted and reruruiHhcd the aove lloui-e, ami tlmt lie will use ins utmost endeavor to make It the traveler's home. His table will bi sup plied with the best tlie country alTords. lie hopes hy unremitting attention to comfort of his guets tu merit snd receive a liberal share of patrutnitfe. juiitttt-tf-llai hlun of thu Mit-lotoii Waffon. Soutliera Carriage Kepository. r is IV. subscriber begs leave to In tori n the Merchants aud Planters, that he hits opened a repository for thu sale of ty'Wif s, f'fft, Hat :., ut No. 2li Beekninn street, running through to lh Hpruce street entiauvu on either street. The main door (15 feet In length) atmr.I ample room tor Keeping always on band a lurge and cuuipleto assortment of every description ami variety. Having leurncd the trade in the Pnctory of his father he is pitrtiuuhvily tmniliar with every departuient In the business, aud is therefore enabled to Averse orders for any kind of work entrusted to him, and superintend every stugeof Its manufacture. Hi long rusidenee In the Huulh and West, and intimate knowledge of every section, aud his experience while with Messrs. Baldwin t-tflarr, and Messrs. Prothiughaiu, Newell k Co., gives him many aitvautages in tne selection retired for the different parts of the country. Also, au acquatntanee with Ihe character uf work, draft, track, height of wheels, quality aud sute of springs aud axels necoesary fur the particular localities. Particular attention paid to spe. oial ordersj eilher through merchant or to the subscri ber direct, snd all prices guaranteed lo be as low as the work can posthly be furnished, and which will be eqiml Iu every ru sped,. to that of the very best and oldest city or country etitahliKhmeuls. ' fid Bcek man .street Is within a few doors of the Pork) on thu South-east side, across front the Astor House, and In a line from Purk Place, Murray, Warreu aud Chamber streets, near the Brick Church, Lovejoy's and Clinton Hotels. Having convenient office accommoda tions, and papers from the Houthern cities and towns, he trusts that he may have the pleasure ef a on 11 froit hit friends, and from ihoee who will do hltn the favor to ex amine bis assortment, and being the only establishment adapted to lie Houthern trade In the lower part of the uiiy, he respectfully solicits a share of patronage. He. beg to refer those unacquainted with him, to any of the Jobbing Hoiises in New York city, engaged Iu the Southern or Western trade. Great care will be takes In packing and eugiiglug freight, insurance, kc. A dis count allowed to the trade. WM. L. McpONALH. N. II Wm L. McDonald taknt pleasure In referring to the mtrrhants af this place. Nw York, rob t, ltM-in-Sdt Tennessee Produce Agency. lo. rAftsmts i mi. antra g. iAcsptas. 1MUS0NH Si vNU Mlr'KS, KHOtVIMiltiTK'll,. sstBTt rot isi rsaossss os.ll sisssor X'sBxa.xxetaaess Froduos). Surd as Wheal, Rre, Corn, Baron, Dried fruit, te. Jan S3, 1SU-1T-S8S lit Earnest and No Mistake. 'T'MIE sobaeriber hereby notifies all person X indebted to him, either by note or so count, to come forward and psy np, otherwise the papers will He placed in the nana or an olHcer, with order to proceed. He mean lust what he tuvs. WJI. M. SKUUKN. ..t . - s n e a . Athena, Jttn 'io. ido-u O.000 ! ImproTcd Havana Flan Lottery. (nr ADTHrtniTT ot Tils stats an ai.aSssa.) SOL I licit N MILITARY AC11)EY Zj o s r y. nn maiicii cr.ASs a nkw sr.niB!. Tohs drawn In the city of MonlromsrV, March I,1SA4, Capital Vrtxo ,000 psios or Tkssts WHoIss ,0 ualres VI flu; uearurs Frlseslnlhts Lottery ere nets. IlitrtT rtavs after the rirswiinr. In bills of specle-paylns; Hanks, without rte ducttnn only on presentation of Die Ticket drawing the I'rlse. . Bills on all snlrent Ranks taken St par. All Commu nications strli t) rrmflilenllnl. PAt- swan, Agent snn sisnsger, Jolr W, IS.' tf-859 , Montgomery, Ale; Notice to Shippers of Freight. TSAHSFOSTATIOM DCPAHTUUtT B. I SS!.t UA. It. K.UO. I Athens, Sept. 118, 155. f THIS Company will dellTtf any Freights received In to their Depots, In S ren noun hit lime, at (he terminus of their Hoad at fJ Alton to the owners or their aetnts (not onr, they nil Vine charaw as per tariiTand recrtrlug the freights on da- of nr rival at Dalton. This Company does not propose eilher to slore freights or deliver to the Western A Attn n tie KnH Hoad, unless the owners have made arrangenteuls with ssid Knad to re ceive the same.' Oars cannot be detained beyond a few hours for transhipment er storage. In making shipments as ftfeovs ererT facility In the power of the olUcers of the Company will be extended to shippers. Beyond the end of their rails they have no control and assume no responsinuiiy. Feb 1-tf K. U. JACKSON, Bup't Transportation. Flouring Mills. rl,ItE eubtcribers respectfully announe to X thn nublio that thev hnve recently put up a MILL 1 miles South of Athens, on Kns tannllee Creek, on an entirely new nnd im proved pint!, and nre now prepared to ascom- mntinte those who nave Wlient ana uorn lo irrind. Tliey con grind any quantity on short notice, and insure a fine "turn out.. Ihey eapeeinllv solit-it tlie patronage of such as de sire a tuperiur article of Flour for family use r-.Mllil, iiA.uli.iUiN dl oVJu.-' Jan 18, 1850-tf-88. , nXovolxlxio Slior). rfO all who wish Mnoliinery lilted upnrrs 1 nniretl, please cull at the above Mill, 14 mill's Soul h of Athens. I am prepared to do work in tlie most durnblo manner. I'ursons wishing n No. 1 Smut Mill enn bo supplied oo short notice. JOSKI'U II. SMITH. Jnil 18, 1860-tf-S82 Side of Valuable Real Estate. TWILL, on the 2Ut!i dnv of February, 1858. tell to the highest bidder, on n credit of six and twelve months, with interest, the I.ANItSheld in partnershipbetween theheira of A. II. Henley nnd John McUhee, deceased, situnte Kast of the Tennessee River in blonnt county. 'UikeTAlewill be msde at the' Mill on the preiiHscs: order of th Chancery Court nt Ma1" T . ' ''v A. COFFIN, C. k ir. . Jan 1 8, 1 850-St-Trs' fee T3.fi0 882 Negroes for Sale. VINO A l'lllLLIPS have as fines lot of JV YllUXU K KG ROES Plow ltoys and tlirls, from 10 to 16yeara old at ever were slinwn ill Kaafc Tennessee, which thov will sell ou iuotl terms for cnslu They ware buiit;ht it lew anys since lit uu-umona, v a. Jim 18, 1850-tf-382-- ' Hds Up T Eyes Right!" IOlMVAItDnmrch to the r'orth si.ieuf the PnltlioSqunre, one tiour East of MuKweu St Gillespie's Store, where lins just received sii-l opened a splcnJul as snrtnieitt of Jewelry, rurfumeries, to., whicli, ftiMuil tu his former lrge stoelt, makes it I he must complete of any iu this end of the Suite, Aiming his new piiruhases may bu found Wittuhca; Jewolry; l'ort Monies; Cittr Cneea; Tooih, Nni), and llnir Brushes; Ldies rylls mid i'utf lioxt-a; Toilet boa u of all kind; llnir Oils; Colntie Him Extrnets for the lluudkerchief ; Kxtruuls for Cooking Purposes; 8nnff lioxes; Work ltoxus; Lilly White; Moeiifnn; CIiMiese Wtult Bulla; Transparent Wash BaMs: Hit oh Colt's Repenting ristols; Allen' Self coeking Pistols and Ilovolvers; Shoe and Hoot, at reduced prices, certain; Cheese and Crackers ; Haisius; Figs; Dates; Prunes; Pickets; Oysters; Sardines; Cuu.lies, tu great variety; Almonds; Tobaeeo; Cigars; Bnulf; And nine hundred, ninety and nioe other articles, which time and space will not permit him to enumerate, hut which he will take great pleasure in showing to bis numerous customers and all of which he will sell very cheap. Cull and see, Jan 4 joint r. wonrrotf m. o. hollowat. WOUiTON & IIOLLOWAV, Commission Merchants, AMD Froduoo Dealers, Cotton Avenue, MACON) (tA,a tJTILL continue at their old stand, where they will be 7$ pleased to ruoelve voti)iiniuents from Tennessee and Northern Ueortita. Wv rel'ur tlie nubile lo our form er patrons as to our proinptuess and attentiou to their interests. .y, jau -iy-iw W. F. KEITH, ttor u, f At 3 Dec7-o76 AlltfliM Tfuu. 1 OII.OV- Alt F, &KH) PtsTelllcn Castings, M.M. ass'd, tor sale ny nov2J W.U.HOKTONACU. -g jtftf- HtltfH Null, just received and for sale low Rhcfk 1 We will pny Goods for all the Mm I'iutu or touou uags ouerca. Nuv W. U. HOHTON k CO. .Ci . lr ! 1H ssoxi best Liverpool Salt, received and t3 for sale low, by uovij v . u. iiuit iux c tu. RFAI-Iuil Cloflilnir.I "w cclvluit my liu-iiu atid well selected stock uf Uvady- .Made Cluthlug, consisting or Over, Frock, Dress and Buck Cuats; Pants, Vests, Hhirls, Shirt-collars, Lambs wool and Merino Klilria und Drawers of ull sorts and slues all of which 1 will sell very uhcitp for cash. Just wulk In and I uau Ut you out anew, "fioin top to toe. Out3 UKO. VV. KUtfl. JAIT1 nnd livr-Mfufr.- Prenrh Zinc JB. 1 line I In Oil: Chrome tlreeu. Bed. and Yellow, in Oil and dry; While Lead, dry; Veuetiuu Bed; ludigo, Aluilil.fr: epauisu tirowu, c, lur sate ny Oct 5 KO. W. R08. 'I'Oll 4t,'0. Just received, a tine lot of the very best brands of Virginia Tobacco, wi.u ii win oe ww cheap, by stpiisj UKO. W. BOSH, 'ft I ' ST II V.V IV K U Pine Brandy; Mmlerla, F bhurry, Port, Malaga and Claret Vtinss,. anil some Auo Jama.ua kuiu ait stnuuy lor-wienicm ., . spt T . YiU. BjUM. rDK ull whom it muy (loiMrrn.-' hereby A. gl uotice that no more credits w4i ltt extended, aud to all who are indebted to me 1 say, come and pay up. My debts must aua snail oc pau, " " do bo 1 must aiake ooUecuons. August 81 AI.AItlili lot of good Wheal wanted for which tlie )aWu ultta'rli co. W ND WAKllANTSl WANTIOJi. I am Bnow payiii, II xr Acrs. aug U. W. KOdg. A i7li W K A SJ I'M. I will wjr tbs lilflitsl Ii casli pries Marrams. Tut. 17-lf BKlUOKS. I AM WaBUtNTS WAN'I'K.O.-OSIO. J UKOWN.of MailUMUVillc. wislif. to purchase Land Warrauu, auil wUl sirs tbs biabesl cash prict. AuglT Tttbucc at thr Psrstcs. . Ulisap Stars, bj Uti. ,t. r- tsiu,un, S A 11' I 8 4 1.T I MtMl til Aahland.exlra Ins, fur 7 Islilu uss i (Kiuu vs Titri'S islauu, inr piusiius- trpt M U(U. W, aOd.', y Tanners' Tcr'j'for Bala. ON Satnrilay, tfis Si 1 Inst., at. th lats residence of Thomas, Vanehss, dasesaad, 1 will offer for sal, to the1 highest bidder, oa drtxiit of twelv inoprtlit, full set ofl'so. D,rt Tools and a good Bark Mill. W. OC VAUOHAN, AdmiUfMor. Feb. IS, 1858 It CKatsrcrr Cnrt at MatliwnTillat. smeeClibournt, A'lm'rof I'.adisou Clibotlrne, - . . tlecestsd, , . , - a. . Tl CrsJitort of Madison Clihoorn. dteaaa. adf and others t- a COMPLAINANT having filed hit amende hill, alledfrinst tlie insolrency of hit in testate's estate, dr order of the ChannetloT all ereditora of aaiii est ate srs hereby notified that they are required to file their ssideaeas of debt with the nndershinedf oft or before) th 1st Monday of Jnne, lata. i. A. COFrtH, C.3f. Feb. IS, 1858-4t-prs fee (3 ttt ". xx. xu. ixX3srxsxrj3r c7o. (.YfttXMssart to 2VnVy si flerron,) r Recvlvlnff 4c Fsrwardlnr ifenitf . . AMD General CoinmisNion Merchants, Booth Wharf, C harlraton S. '.t ' 1 VF their personal atfntlnn th (he fs1 or alt iTtflS 1 W of Produce and Mauulactorrs, and will masks prompt returns of the same, and to Biting orders for ail hiuus oi uomii in tins msrket, for s commission of H per cent. 1 lielr teisonal al ten lion wdl also b ivn ts the IWeivijis; nfid Forwnrdliift of Qood.- to sny part ef the globe, at 10 cents per package, except large pass ages of Machinery and Furniture, which will be charged according to trouble and reponihllity. Iron In loos bars and spikes for hall Honda will be put through at t'J.fMl per ton, all expenses included, snd Malts at IU Ota per keg, all expenses Included. tMifppcrs may fully rely upon onr positively protecting their intermit agHlnat over charge of tneusuruncutt weight and loss of packages. Merchants of Knoxvilie, and of East Tennessee, that receive their goods at Knoxvilie, can have them prompt' ly forwarded through this House, and pay all their bills St Knoxvilie. Those who choose to ship thrwugh our House ana that of Oower Ihivld, Oreenrttle, 8. t' .ean have their Uoodt promptly forwarded, and pay all freight and charges to (iower a Davids, at BreeiieviHe. We would respectfully refer with pleasure to the fot lowing gentlemen, most of whom we have dally tfansas tlons with, believing them to be the proper referees j Phenherd. Maxwell A IToyt. Barry k McDanneli lHaf ley A Ittcardt; Cralgtiead leadertrk; N. Oamwion t Ron; Cowan k Dickinson; J. 0. Van Ulldrr; T. H, 8mHejr Timothy Hull Ids; J.H. Walken H. M. Mcl'hersont llol land It aw linn; Ktnsloe k B'O., KhoxvilU. IVtn, B. Coleman, Mont vale Springs. Henry Missroon, Agent of New York fteanier; John Caldwell, .Agent of Balti " more and Itnston Pull Packets; H. T. ftaker k Co., Agents of Baltimore and Pldlsdelphla Pall Packetr, Homes A Story, Agents of New York Sail Packets, Charleston. ' - rt. Ij. iniiKT, late ot h box vine, Te. -Nov28-tf-T JAB. H. AUTOI B, Ckarleston,. C. . im fUTA va jv Ti' u jfahTji a it at Premium Wheat Fans! ' fill I E uuderi'tff ned would respectfully iufonn the Far JL nilng puhlic and all others Interested, that they still continue to mnnufacture !S. I' 'I'ltttrbcr's) lititnr t I'rrminni 'Vlteat I- unf at Uieir old stand in Pl.tliulclpli.it, Ttuu., and have also es tahllhed shops nt Cleveland, Teun.. and laltun,Oa., where Ihey will he happy to wait upon their old friends nnd a many new ones as nitty desire their machine.- ' These Pans are nn Improvement upon theI. T, Urant Kan," by Mr. Thurber, njio was the Inventor of the Urant Pan. These Pans bwe received prpuiiimtH where large numbers were on entBlDltion, in various P tales of the L'nioii, to wit : In Now? York, where there Were over (Hty compeiltors for the premium, and In Ohio, where there were thirty contending for tlie same. Vir ginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, snd the Middle Di vision ol tlie State of Tennessee, have acknowledged the superiority of these Pans by awarding premiums, st their rcHfiertlve Pulss, to the proprietors. These Pans enjoy unrivalled reputation wherever the hare been uied, tor l heir superiority of construction, and Ihe rnpldtiy with which they perform their work being aide to clean eue bushel per minute and remov ing everytlitng thftt eeuld be accomplished by Smut Ms chlnvs. One of these machines was timed and tried at JoHeph Jones, nenr Philadelphia, Tenn., the result of which experiment the nnnexed certificate wUl show. Good mnterlul shall be procured, and only good work men to construct them, which enables as to warrant all work doue at our simps. Those wishing good machines would do well to send In their orders early, ss the de mand about harvest Is usually greater than can be sup plied with the desired dispatch. Letters addressed to tsheuudersigned at Philadelphia, Teun., Clevelaud, Turn snd Dalton, Us., will receive prompt attention. THLKBER COTTON. Rsrts k HsNDKBSns, Athens, Tenn., are Agents tot the sale of the above Puus. The above machines hare been used hy the most prom Inent farmers in the States referred to, among whosa are ex-Uov. Morchead nnd Hon. C. Y. Puyrler, of North Carolina; ex-Uov. Unr licit and Hon. Pitvld Todd, Ofati l!aiiMit'l liasting(,of Va.,Hii(l hunilreds of others, among whom are ninny of your frteuda and aeqiirtaue, t wit : Judge 1'nrvrr, Dultou, Ua-i .Murk A. Cuoper, Oa.) Hon. John Parrar, Atlnntn, Ua.; Ettinuel Uuldwell, Pike county, tin.; Jotitih Johnson, rq., Ck-veland; IVtn. Lowry, I;ivid Clepge, John Crawford, K.q., Athens James It u well, Wm. M spies, Uriel Joluifon, Milton L. Phillips, Kmp., McMinn county; Col.A.W.Cuaart, U.Mo Uhee.C. M. Mcdhev, J.W.J. Niks, Win. A.Hpvncer, Wm. Upton, W, . k A. Htnkdy, Joseph Jones, Wm. Cannon, Kev. Thomas Ilrown, Monroe cuunty; He v. Mr. Dike, Multhew llluckbnrn, Wm. Cox, Knq'r Malthewa. Blount county; Thomas lloyj and Col. Cox, Knox couu ty; Kev. Mr. TutlliireiTn, Jarkson Kdwurds, Hohiicco. These machines are also used iu the following mills, to wit : Hoc k ford, Blount counly; l(cbkll's, Morgan ton, Blount county; Ball's, Rtlsoe's, tSimpson1, Os bourn's, (Pend Creek.) Slnndelrl's, (Sweetwater,) Mon roe couuty; and Kussuli's, MvMiun coyuty, Tenn. This certifies that the undersigned timed and tried If. TJ. Thurber' Preinimu Wheat Fan, and state that tt eleaned one bushel per minute, separating all filth to such a dt gree of perfection that it canot be rivalled by any Pan now In uce; and we recommend all who stand In need of aurh a machine to examine this improved Pan before purchasing elsewhere. J. 1). Jmus Cius. Cannon. A. W. CoxAxr. This Is to certify that T have been using one of tha Wheat Pans manufactured by Thurber A Cotton, called N. U. 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