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Kkoxtuu, July 14, 185. Tt tht Editor of the Pott ! Sine I wrote you last there haa been torn tir in the literary world of Kooxvllls. Vou have, doubtless, noticed the accounts in onr HMti ef tht Commencement exerolees of 'futTnnHM University. It wu gratifying So observe tht manifestations of an increased "ntsrsst in tht prosperity of this institution on tha part of our eltisene. Too long has it bees suffered to languish, in spite of tha rtiona of Us officers and to tha shame of the itlieos whose duty and whosa interest alike It le to encourage and sustain it. I am (fern palled to aay that thia deplorable etate of af faire fa due in a great measure to their indif- . ferenee, not to say hostility I Under the in fluence of the toew feeling whioh seems to have sprung up amongst us, and with the able superintendence and fostering eare of its pres ent worthy and efficient President, I am led to hope that thia noble institution noble and glorious In the timee of a Carrick, a Cof fin, a Sherman, and no less prosperous and useful in tha later days of an Estabbook, whose comparatively reoent death hae claim ed a sympathetic tear, here and there, in nearly every Southern State will speedily, Phoenix-like, rise from ita ashes and resume ita plaee in the front rank of South-western halls ol learning. President Coosa, besides being every way qualified for hie responsible position, is, I am happy to know, a gentleman in his social interoouse. In learning, he is pro found without pedantry; In religion, he ie pious without bigotry; and although he ie ' doubtless firm and decided in hia doctrinal opinions, hie good souse and consideration for the feelings of others are sufficient to protect thoee who enjoy the pleasure of daily associa tion with him from the conatant obtrusion of controversial subject In short, he is a man eminently calculated for the post he fills, and if we are disappointed in the revival and ul timate euece-e of the University, the fault will not be at hia door. The discourse delivered by Jos em B. H sis kill, Esq., ff Rogersville, before the asso ciated Alumni was listened to by a crowded audience, and with a degree of interest that I have not often eeen equalled on an occasion of the kind. Mr? H. attributed the sickly condition of the institution during the past few years chiefly to the blighting inAucnce of teetarianim. Ilia remarka on thia aubjeet were quite felicitous, and were received with evident eatisfaetion. Yet, strangers it may appear, I observed that much of the applause whioh greeted the speaker during this portion of hie address, proceeded irom some of the most violent, uncompromising uetariaiu we have . In our midst I There they sat, compla cently smiling and clapping their hands, and no doubt eaying to themselves, "that's it give it to 'em tha bigots of" such and auch a Church 1 Oh. dear) if it were not so hackneyed, I ahould quote, right here, Burns' celebrated exclamation, in which be invokes the aid of soma inviaible power to endow him with the capacity to view hia "fair pro portions" in the same light in which they are beheld by his neighbors! Notwithstanding " Mr.' Heiskell'a juat aeverity and plain Ian ' gge, in denouneiug thia mischievous and unchristian spirit, I can scarcely hope that :arny permanent improvement amongst Knox, ville "Christiana" will be the result. . The de mon may be "laid" for a season, but let any, . even the slishtest occasion arise and the fire - will burst forth again, and with ten fold furyi from its temporary suspension. The wither ing effects of this fell spirit have already told upon the prosperity and progress of this city, It haa contributed, in no email degree to re tard ita growth, when other circumstances seemed to be conspiring to promote and foa- ., tar ita Interests. Let any one call to mind, for a moment, our most prominent men for tome yeara pass tnose wno nave dscq most ' active and efficient in any scheme for build ing up the town. Have any of them escaped ' .11 HI I U HI VI KVMillBII ISJUUIVCI Railroad President, or Agent, happen to af filiate with the "New Schools" or the "Old tii m 1 . .l it . Aiiuva, puU mm . . u v, m . the tap of the drum, are arrayed against him ' the entire forces of tha opposite wing oi the Church I not to mention the countless sharp- ihooters that annoy and barraaa him from tha ' fastnesses of the various other sects I Pray, ' why ia thial Hae a man's religioua belief anything to do with tha performance of bis aivil duties I If it wara not so much to be lamented this thing, in ita operation, would be somewhat amusing. As for example : An enterprising, public-spirited citiien ieehieeo to manage the affairs of a Railroad; ha be longs, aay to the "New Blues." Now you ' will see little groupa of "Old Blues" whisper- ing mysteriously, and sagely shaking their heads: "Look aharp, now cunning fellow, that ', anake in the grass after some- tuiug law wb u u u u u f B D to circumvent us, some koxl" Or, again, he mil chanca to ba an Old Stoakins." The other aide begin to "smell a rat :" "Here ie a fellow who ia alwaya scheming, wiring about, ' and we don't koow what for tha beat way ' ia to oppose everything that be aaya ought to ba dune. The weight of some of our names, when simply mentioned, will crush out his scheme 1 Meanwhile, we will be very quiet, emootb and oily we'll wheedle the public, cajole and flatter them, and we will be the honest men this shrewd, cunning, reckless fellow, the rogue!" It may be that some other patriotio oitixen takes it into bit head to go and legislate for us perhaps to Con crete. Home think him well adapted for the business useful man would make a good .. Representees. Fortunately, ha belongs to ' no church he'e a ainner I Oh I but, aaya one of tha eonorreirationa. which, as the individu al happent to be a "man of money," ia only aorry ay didn't get him: '"Ah, but hiawie f 1 U - A xs m munr wi w, Biiuooru, uuwn yonder attends there regularly with her, and what ia more, they go in their earrlagtl" . and straightway tbia individual is dona for with that aeet I Ton see, the carriage ie the worst thing about it Ha goea to ohurah in style, thereby magnifying tha Importance of ,- bit church, and proportionally aimioianing that of ours I It ia not to ba borne I and you koow we can use tha carriage argument In the election I Besidee this, we ahall have nlentv of allies. With the argument that here a a very dark, , managing man. He ia evi dently plotting something very deepsome thing that Bona of ua can fathom, ate. Let a very oae be ware of him t , These tbioga are. Tory' humiliating to a Uisea who indulge the least pride in the ' present posttWa and prospective growth and importance of Knoxvilbv But the picture, though roughlj sketched, and by ao unskilful hand, ia a true one. The arHsf haa no feartt that It will not be recognised. - Let us hope that every one who look upon it will not forthwith begin to count up those of kit at ouaintanen whom "it le very like." I will conclude this disagreeable subject by recom mending to eaeh and every One of theee much abused individuals, who must needs pay the penalty of their prominence, to content him self, when some new iniquity ie imputed to him, with Bhakspeare'e philosophy! "I win ba hang'd If some slerhsl rllliln, Boms busy snd Insinuating rogue, Boms cogging, eosenlng slave, to fftt torn office, Hsvs not devl.'d this slander!" I know you will be disappointed if I close this letter without jotting down some of the ondi.sin political oirclee hereabout. 'And yet there le nut much to be told. The dust and hillabelloo kicked up amongst ua not long einoe by the headlong leaps and plunges of sundry erratic politicians, facetiously termed "Old Line Whigs," seems to have blown over without any material damage to any one, so far as I know. These gentlemen, like Brutus and hie coadjutors, are " all honorable rnsn " nor would I presume to question their right to vindicate their ancient YVhiggery by go ing over, body and rare, to their ancient ene mies, any more than 1 would attempt to throw an obetacle in the way of ether "Whigs" who intend to assert their claims to the title by supporting Fillmore and Dinelton. "It is a free country it ie a great eountrvl'' All parties can, at least, join in the patriotic sen timent which ie ever the burden of Fourth of July orations, vie: "Hurra for America!" I speak in all seriuueneae end candor when I say, that whatever may be the doubte and difficulties of many old Whigs In the present eurioue etate of parties, Be man worthy of the name of Wnio ean-rem) Ma Fillmora'a re cent speeches in Hew' Yoris without feeling hie conservative, Union loving blood stirred within him 1 It Is truly refreshing in these "piping timee" of political 'corruption and profligacy to know that though Clay Is no more, there is vat a man among ua who dares stend up boldly and without fear, "for hia country, hie whole country and nothing but hia country!" that there is yet a man in the nation who would "rather be right than Pres ident I" Are not the sentiments embodied in the epeeohee alluded to platform enough for angbodyt Yes, indeed. Millard Fillxuub ie himtelf a platform he stands, a great Unjon-Colossus and his broad shoulders, extending from the pine foreste of Maine to the golden sands of California's const, me thinks are ample and strong enough to sup port all who choose to take their etand upon them all who love their country and would save it from the polilitol jnoknls who are even now grinning and howling about the Capital, impatient fur the hour which they confidently look for, when, torn, bleeding, exhausted, impotent, their prey is at their meroy I Although I say all thia, and, Indeed, am ready to go farther aud aay that Mr. Fillmore ie the very beit man wa have for the crisis, I am still not so blind with prejudice as to set aside the claima of Mr. Buchanan. My esti mate of him is not affeoted by what the newspapers tell ue. I quute the language uf Mr. CuuacnwKi.L, our late member of Congress, when I say, in reference to newspapers, "they lis on both sides!" Mr. B. is a sae man. 1 know of no man whom I would prefer for President, except Fillmore. And, believing ae I do that the struggle ie now wholly and only between the North and the South in other words, between Disunion and Union I must indulge the hope that a combination of the ecattered elements of contrrvatitm may yet be effeoted, and that thereby that glori ous structure which we arc wont to call THE UNION maybe preserved. Thie letter haa been spiin'out to far greater length than I intended, and I feel like at tempting an apology for the infliction of such an unconscionable bore, but na your readere would, no doubt, refuse to admit its sinceri tyrather classing it with . the family .of nnmnugs l - snail tax, -say -laave wilJiout other ceremony than tha renewal of the "die tinguished consideration with which I have the honor to be," etc, Ac. , Tux Sri in mi Capital. Notb. We presume Mr; Churchwell form ed hie estimate of the truthfuluese of the press, from reading the papers of his own po litical faith Ed. Post. Political Position or the German Ph ess. The Cincinnati Volksblatt gives a Mat of all the Geiman pnpera published in the United Stntea showing which nre fur Buchanan and which fur Fremont. From thia list and classification there nppenr to be 16 dailiea and 41 weekliea fur Buchanan, and 18 dailiea and 38 weekliea for Fremont. The Cincinnati Gazette of the 7th instant. snys: Mr. Samuel Lud vigil, editor of a Gel man Quarterly Review, at Baltimore. Md., and one of the most eloquent German apeak ere in the United Stoles, ia stopping at the Gibson. He ia travelling in the West, and will apeak at Richmond, Ind., Indinnnpolis, and other portions, in favor of Fromout and Dayton. , . We heard that Sain Smith, the invet erate wag who repreaenU the third congree aiunal district, and who recently "threw up" hia lease for the fun of setting hia country eouaina ecrnmblu fur it, made a speech "the other day" in Baltimore, In which he present ed "Old Buck, to hia auditory, in the garb of niililaiy chief of tomt tori! Ia ita part of the programme to .exhibit the "old fed" to the people in regitnentale, with a eword epaulette, block eockiide'and spurs? - Cavibo In. The letter of Mr. Buchanan, accepting the nomination, but avowing the squatter sovereignty eWeirine, iavery annoy, ing tu lha daipooTaey.'Mure tliar, one haa declared emphatically. ,n our hearing that they will not support liiin. The fact U, what little artificial enthusiasm wae exhibited nt tha Arat announcement nf,hie nomination, luia paascd uwiiy. On the oilier hand Fillmore's national und imigninucnt letter and reception speeches, have given now zoal and courage to his friends and ndmirvns everywhere. A very quiet, but intelligent and influential pen tlemuit, who any but little about politics, and who voted against us in the Inst election, aurprised us fie other day by warmly na. aurnig us that Fillmore was the man fur the times, and that the people would ao decide, So mote it be.Jwr and Men. 9The Boston Journal eaye fifty fnml Ilea from Virginia, uf the denomination call, ed "United Brethren,'' all in luvur of Free dom, have, through their ininUtera, selected a Battlement six miles south of Lawrence, tin the San te Fe road, in Kansas, aud are now prepared to emigrate. . 3ffA ataya Slate Convention of the peo. pie of Vermont, held on the 3d instant, nom inated Ryluud Fletcher for Governor, Jas. Slnde fur Lieutenant Governor, and iienry M. Boles for Treasurer, and endorsed the nomination of Freinunt and Dayton. The London Times warns the Brit ish Goveanment to have Central American affaire aettled up before Mr. Buchanan thall com to tht fretidency. Nw Whkat. Tha first of a eron of rad wheat, from the farm of Mr. fienj. Sprulll, of 1Vn.ll Cn NortH IVrxlliis. Mlmrn mild hv Mr John Juniee yesterday, at 91 61 ceg!. IMarjoat roper. y What men want, ie not talent, but purpose; in other woida, not the power, to achieve, but, the wiil to. labor..- RATIFICATION MEETING AT MADI SON VILLE. for Ihs Post. Mr. Editor: Aa thie is a day of polities, I hope that your readers will bear with me while I give you a ahort akxteh of Ratitl. eation meeting, held by the Buchanan demo emta of Monrue county, Tenn., on Monday thollh Inat. After the County Court nf. journed for dinner, the sheriff announced that there would be a Buchanan ratification meet ing held immediately in the Court house, and that nil the friends of Buchanan were request ed to come in, nnd all opposed to Black Re- rubliciinism were also requested to come in. did not consider myself invited by the firet call, and ahould nnt have been present if the diet hud not been oxide. Fur fear of being culled a Black Republican, I, in Company with others of my own faith, repaired to the scene of action. We did not get in to see the meet. Ing orguniEed, but judged that Jas A. (laire, Eaq., was I'resiilt-ntlruni the fact that he was explaining the1 object ol Hie meeting when we entered. Hia apec-ch was brief, beginciny bnck at the garden of F.den, and ending with the destruction of Know Nothlngimn. Mr. Hnire la quite a gentleman in hia manners, mid said nothing to wound the feelinga of the opposition. He wound up with n hnrt but spirited exhortation to the Know Noth intra tu turn nnd ciwne up to the help of old Buck nfninat the Blaek Republicans, imsur. ing them that there was yet a chance. Win. M. Stnkuly next appeared, to lire the big gun of the occasion. We were all looking for something, na lie ie a man of considerable character nnd talent. We were somewhat disappointed in our expectations. I look no nolea, but here ia the auni and subilnnee of his remarks: He boldly naeertod that, the Know Nothings nt the North had for their candidate for the Presidency Nathnniel I'. Banks he said another faction of the same parly had J. C. Fremont and Wm. L. Dayton, and the same party south had for their can didates Fillmore and Donelann, and another faction bud Commodore Stockton, making four candidates, lie assured his audience that there was but one truly national ticket, namely, Buchanan nnd Bjeckenridge tliat they were the national democratic candidates, nnd no other were national, neither ooiild ei ther of tint others get a ticket in half of the Stale a. (Thia ia one apnt on the fawn.) Next he made a wonderful appeal to the Know Nothing linnert smith, to come up tu the help ol the southern democracy against the Black Republican monster ol' the North that the Union was in more imminent danger than it ever had been, and that there was no hopes except Buchanan was elected, that there was no turning to the right or to the left, that if they threw away their votes in voting for Fillmore they wore to blame, na they vory well knew that he could nut get n State in the Union, and they in voting auch vote was not voting indirectly for a Black Republican, but it were no less crime than voting directly for one, not that Mr. Fillmore was a Black Republican, but nil who voted for him knew that they were throwing away their votes, aa lie could not get a ticket nt the north, nor a Stale at the South. Now for consistency. Mr. Stakely surely thought he was addressing a truly knnw noiiiing ai all meeting, or he would not lirst have uiade it appear Hint the opposite party was split into four factions and was truly no pnrty nt all, that they were n mere cypher, nnd next wind up with his exhortalinn to the Know Noth. inga south to not throw nwny their voles and come up and help defeat the mighty, that there was danger nnd imminent d inger too. Peraona more advanced in modern cjp. inocrncy than I, may see how this can be, but 1 confess I cannot. If his Srst assertion be true, the last cannot. He boldly told ua that the lour candidates of the four factious were nil of course Know Nothings, but he failed tu tell the people that Banks in answering Gen. Zollicofler'a interrogatories, declared t-inphn. tit-ally that Im was a democrat: and alao foil ed to tell that J. C. Fremont la a democrat of the deepest dye. But instead of dealing lion, eatly and letting the truth be known, he tried to make it upbear Hint they were all of the entile, aehool of politics. Oh, consistency, where art thou! Next appeared W. L. Eakin, Esq. I take no particular exception to any thing he aaid lie apoke like a gentlem in, differing honestly in opinion with other gen. tlenien. In my judgment he fully answered n portion of the iireeedintr aneeeh. Next an. peered J. J. Wright, Esq., who made n enori speecn, principally expressive of hia feelinga in being honored by being associated with and addressing an nany time hundred and grey-headed soldiers of the cross us he wns then surrounded by, and wound up by Muting, in a low and chilling tqne of voice, some tremendous threats towards him bv llioao secret dark lantern politicians, to wit: they had told him in the village of Madison ville that if he did not vote for n certain man and ever dared In show his political hand, it would be cutoff. He told it in auch a chill, ing manner that I almost dodged, thinking I could see them sever his hand, and even hoar it fall to the ground. How barbarous! Next appeared A. J. Vnughun and made a short sH.'ech somewhat on the olive-brnneh order, denouncing those little country new, papers fur their charges ngairat Mr.Biike haniin and for their praise of Mr. Fillmore, and wuund up by Baying thut he didn't want any of the Know Nothings tu vote for Mr, Buchanan, that lie did nnt wish to he nsso. cinted with such a dark lantern aet uf fellows, &m. 1 would like to inquire ol' him if he did not nt one time belong tu the urder, whether he did nut want llie race fur representative lust year, and whether he withdrew iu the regular way, or bulled? Kx S-nntnr Doyle next attempted fo get the floor, but the meeting adjourned tine die. The ex Senator, niter they adjourned, Informed the people that nit who wished tu hear him could remain, and those who did'nt could leave. I, having been dosed with ao many bitter pills, of course had become thira ty, and nm sorry to any was compelled to leave, and did not hear the ex.Setiatur'a speech. I wae Informed, however, it wns quite spicy nnd in favor uf Fillmore and Doiiiiclson, although he was as good a demo unit na any of the gentleman who had en forced the gag-law in their meeting. And ao the nffuir wound up. Spectator. July 9, 1856. Mb Fillmore in Viiioinia. The Balti more Clipper save: "We have it, on high authority, that u member of Congress from Virginia, who has always acted with the old Democratic parly, haa staled that ten dayt tince, he had no hope of Mr. Fillmore's election in that St .te, but at present, he is entirely confident of his success. The, work goes bravely on." C7"Squuller Sovereignty" haa broken down Old Buck ntthe South, utterly. At the Norlh, though possessing a highly Free soil reeurd, he never had any personal (op ulurlty, simply for the reason, that he oat too well known. The American Cause in Arkansas. The Little Rock, (Ark.) Gazette and Demo crat haa leltera from nil parte of the Plate giving the moat cheering account of the pro. grass of the American cause in Arkansas. The editor aaya: "The success of tha party may now be considered eurtulu." New York, July 14 Flour declined; sales State nl6,lo6.40. Southern 7a8,76 Wheat declined SI cents. Corn drooping Moee Fork 30,63. Whiskey 88. jy New York etate, this fall has aeonteat for the office of Governor. It ia belloved that the candidate of the Rupublienna will be George Law, of the Americana Eraatua Brooks, sod of the Democrats, -Israel Hatch, . New Orleans Jute 13 The steam- r Tavss nrrlvmA' trntn- Vara tlrht aUti S.lu. to the 8th. Tile Spanish fleet hrrd departed! rum thai port, f resiaent voinonlort decid ed tu sell all Innds belonging t'l church and other religious co-porntione. A new Slnle is to be formed under the Curmtitulion, call ed the Valley of Mexico, -HoatiUtieahav been commenced by the State of, Leou and Chi huahua against Tnmulipae, New Vfinr. Jul 10. AL tllM rAnnhlimtn ratification meeting held here yesterday, n letter was reau irom jamea ainurice, lornier ly the democratic member of Congress from the first district, fully sympathizing with the object ol the meeting. - . . .,, ESPNew wheat is selling at Hetersburg, Va.,nttl,00 per bushel.' " " 1 List af Appointment. Joint snpolntmsnts ol D. M. Kit snd R. B. Isisso, Dlitrlet Electors for Ihs Ed Conf rtulonal DUtricL . Jixper, Msrloa county, Mtindnr July Jt Chstwnooss, lUtnllton eo Erldsy .(night,)... " 20 liarriinn, tiMiioiion aoumy,. .. muRuMj,,,. Georgetown, Hamilton county ,Tloir,ttiiy, .......Aof. T OIvelsnd, Bradley oounty,i..Frldy a Banton, Polk oounty, SHtnnUy v Athene, McMInn county Mornlay, , o 1 Decatur, Mela oounty Tueirtiiy, m 1s Kinsitnn, Honne county Thnrsdiiy,.-. 14 Loudon, Roane county Friday in Madinonvllle, Monroe county,. BnturdAy, Id Maryville, Bloualcouoty Mooday... u IB Other appolnlmsnts will be made and ailed before ths canraii U dosed. REK8E B. BnABSON. p. at KEt. ' I expeet to preach on the Oall te' the Ministry Osl. lit chap., lit verie; Ea. 10th chap., 19 verie alio, the ocoailoa ol diiuulee,- at Balem, .Saturday, 36th July Inilsnt. JOHN DOUOLAM. IHurr-loetf . Oa the morning of ths 18th, Intt., hy Jackioa Cate, Knq., Mr. AI.KXAXDKR Slaesos to-BtiMASAa McBaf AST, all of Bradley county. At Benton, Polk cotinty. on the morning of the lnth lr.it., by Re. T. K. Milh"''.'!. Wst, of Duck town, to Mlu Sasah KUsa Bros, ioruHrly ef Ureene vllle, Tenn. j . , t COMMERCIAL, Anfuata market. Augusta, Jy 14. I hand jroa herewith itatement of our produce tnir kt. i Ha cos, hop; round lOJKr 10?(c; hams 10 (ft llr; MetiXX (ft 19; ihniiMers (& 9tfc. ..aim. tl (ft 12c. Dkkf 8 7c. Pork T (ft 8c Irt Midu 12 18c. Cnrtw Id goort itemnnd nt ftl (ft 6.tc. tlRAi, (ft (ft Too. Whrat 1,JW fft ft,40 for white, nnd 1,111 1,20 for red. fwvn, from old Wlient 6 (ft 7, ami from new 97 (ft 8,M W bbl. Stock Pkar 60 (ft Tile, Oats 4c. Fratiikm 88 (ftaj'.c. No title for Urkrl Tr lit. Taliiw 12 (4c. Bom:KU85c. Eooslo 18c. UkoonuMti 1,2ft bmh. i Youri.very truly, tl. A. ANST,RY, Oommiton and Product Merchant. Nanltvlllo market. Nabiivilm., July IS. Bacon. The receipts nre Tery tight, with nn nctlve den and. We quote aide nt 9 if (ft Dc; hutnt 8 (ft 8 Jefc; houlduri 7c. Any quantity would lu Ink en rendlly nt the above figure from wugoni. Whkat. The trude hue not opened fairly yet though ome tra n emotion have been mnde. We hear Ttt (ft 7&o quoted ae the nominal flgurei, Wanted. I WILL buy all the good merchantable Wheat that mybe offered. The money and lacks are both ready. n my temporary abHt-nce Jamks H. Okttts Is authorised10 attend to the bushiest. Athens, July 18,lSM)-tr JOHN L. BRIDGES. APPRENTICE WANTED A boyt 16 to 18 years of age, wanted to learn the Moulding Business. Apply at the Athens foundry. July 18 Zion Hill English School, rilUE Second Sestlon of this Institution will com JL inence on Mouday, July iltt, and continue fur the term of five months.- No student admitted Tor less than half sestiou, aud no deduction for lost time, except In case of protracted sickness. HA TEH OF TVITWX: Orthography, Ueadiug, Writing and Mental Ex ercises t-f.00 Geography, Arithmetic and Knglith Grammar.. 7,U( Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Logic, Khetorlc, and acourse of M them ati ct-s-en.br acing AlitehraV Geometry, Trigonometry, Me munition of Hurfnces and Holidt, Nnvigntlon and Practical Surveying. .10,00 Students Intending to enter kk-hool should do so as soon as possible, In order to enter their proper elutsus. July 18, 1866-gm J. P. UAHII, Principal. Auction iTolice. " ON the 11th day (the secunrlMonday)of August next, at 9 o'clock In the morning, I will commei.ee a IPutolio uotloiif at the South-west corner of the Public Square In Athens, and will continue the same from duy to day, until' the reuiutnlng portion of my entire stock of lry ioiwlt -and 4roctrlBS) are sold out. The terms of the sale will be cash In hand for all sums of five Dollars and under and on all sums over Plve a credit (with approv ed security) will be glven.untll the-firsi duy of January, lb67. I would again and the last time cnll the attention of my customer to this publication. After the auction is over I will, without favor or affection, without diftino tlon In grade or sex, put every note snd account that Is due In the hands of an officer for collection. So, you may save trouble aud expense by coming forward and paying up. July 18 L. D0U30N. For Montvaie Springs coxcoitit and s,orivii,i.i: 8TACVX1 OOMFANTt Flli'IS Company propose to enrry the traveling pub I He from CONCORD l)Rl0 ', R- Tenn. k On. IUI1 Road, by the way of Louisville and Maryrille, to Mont Tale Springs, Blount oouuty, Kast Tenn. The best nnd in oat Direct Rome for Mouthornerstl Distance 22 miles. ' The Company Irtend to arrange the a r rival and de parture of their Coaches to suit the llaflroud Schedule, and start from each end of the line every inuruiiig, running through dally, Sundays excepted. Through Tickets, from Concord to Montvale Spring!, 960, Way Passengers at the same rates. Good' Hotels nnd best accommodations at Concord, Louisville and Maryville, on tite line. Signed by the Board of Directors, In behalf of the Company. DANIEL A. TIHI18, P,-c,t. II. C. SAFPELL, 8. A T. . Jl. IU hku, 0 J. M. RoiKiKR, II. PtiSTKH, W. M. Cox, - Wm. T. J Oil HBO If. Louisville, July 18, .S3fl-1m-4"8 Medical College nt (ii'orgia. AvavsTA, July, 1S&6. THE Twenty-fifth course of Lectures In this Instltu tlon will commence tlve First Monday lu Novem ber next. Faci'i.tv, G. M. Nrwtox, m. p., Anatomy. L. A. Duuas, M. C, Surgery. I. P. Gauvix, m. d., Materia Medfca, Therapeutics, and Medical Jurisprudence. . . J. A. Kvb, h. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and In runts. II. V. M. Miixxa, m. d.. Physiology and Patholyglcal Anatomy. - - Alkx. Mkans, H. D., Professor of Chemistry. L. D. Vunn, h. d., institutes anil Prncflce or Medicine. H. P. Cahpbmll, M. D.f irgica). Comparative and Microscopical Anatomy. R. Camfbkia, Ms ., Demoernaior of Anatomy. S. H. Simmon!, m. O., AinltUnt Demonstrator. J drum lUKRUVlt p., Proscr to Prof'r of Surgery. Clinical Lecturer will heiilelrVerM regularly nt the City Hospital, and ample flfteortunllles will be afforded for the study of Practical Anatomy. Pees for the entire emirie. , 910ft Matriculation Ticket (tob taken once) ft For further particulars, apply to Ju)y18-8m-4i8 G. M. WEU'TOV, rtn. Land for Sale, IN obedience to sn intei'lneutnry decree and order of the Conn tr Court of Meii;s coun ty, Tenn., at the July session, 1806i I will, on Saturday, the 80th day. of Auirint next, gn upon the premises and soil to the highest I ml der, all the nndividedinterest which Isnnc Cm ton, deo'd, hits ill the Lands of lssac Ua leer, deu'd, whioh Lands are lying in ths glli Civil District, Meigs county. A credit of twelve months will he given on all except the sum of Forty Dollars, which must be paid down, and note and good security and a lien retained for the unpaid purohase money. J AM ICS A HOWftKtt Clerk. July 18, 18Sft-td-prs fee 14-408 Attach inent. William Q. Bogle, vs.. James MeUsmnbell, WHEKEAS, on lbs lutli day of January, TV 1858, Joieph Divine, a ConMable lor Monroe county, returned before William Wil liams, a Justioe of the Tesoe for said county of Monroe, in the State of Tennessee, an attach ment levied upon the personal goods of the defendant, James MoCaaipbell, and it appear ing to said Juitioe that-James MoCainplmll is a lion resident of tli Stale of Tunoesice, II was ordered hy said Justice that all further proceedings in this esuse be stayed until the 18th day of August, 1866, and that pUintili cause publication to be made in the Athens Poit for four suooessive weeks, requiring the defendant to appear before said Justice at the time aforesaid and defend said suit, other wile judgment final will be had acaigst him, WILLIAM O. UOOLE, euiy e, i9ov-t-r iss ejo-iun 1 ALABAMA LOTTERY! AulHoriad if tht State of Alabama. I .. OV TII Bit If . Military Academy Lottery ! CLAM t NEW SKRIE8, Te be drawn IB ths clly of Montgomery, Alabama", a , puvuo, od nurraay, August in, isoo, wains Havana Flanl BAM US L 8 WAIT, Manager. Prises amounting to $004,0001 Will be distributed socording to the following '' .ling nittcmt Scheme! . 80,000 rVambors I A,t8S PrlsrsI 1 Prise of.. ,i. ,.4n,OOOIl.,.).., 40.000 1 do , . v lft,(Hioi u. OHO 1 do T.OIinil 7 .)(( 1 do 8,onni a .) 1 do ,l)l)OI SMMIO 1 do 1,000 la. l.OOO 1 do 1,0)10 li 1.000 10 do SOOara. ...... v-llllli 100 do 100 are 1O.0OII e prises of S2QO approximating lo S4fl,Hno fioo 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 40 do lOOatinroilmatine to Ift.unO . 400 soo 940 TAapprosimatliigto f.onn BO approximating to BO approximating 10 9,UU0 40approxlmatlngto 'l.OuB Vfi approximating to 1,'HM) III 0 1 00 100 800 in, mio do so approximating to BUO B are ....i...... 190,000 1A,1SA Prises smountlnff to. ....204,000 The 15,000 Prliei of sre itetermlned h the num. ker hkh ilmw. the t40,iinn Prise If tint numl sr should be an odd number, theft every odd number tick et Iff the Scheme will be entitled to 93; tf an even number, then ever even number ticket will be entitled to fs In addition to anr other I'rlie which nnjr be Purchnleri In hnrinv an enlml auantitv of odd and even number ticket! will be certain of drawing nearly ue nan me cost m ,ue lame, witn cnancel ol obtain Ins other Prliei. All thoee tlcketi endlns with 0, 9, 4, 9, 8, sre sren sll tho.e ending with I, S, ft, T. 9, are odd. ( v nenieinner Hint every prise li drawn, snd pay able In full wlthmit deduction. t tT All Prliei of 11 .110 and under, paldtmmedlate ly after the drawing other Prltel at the uiual time of thirty dnyi. All communications Itrictly confidential. The drawn numbers will he forwarded to purchaleri Immediately after the drawing. ' j . . . HTfn Ticket, 110 ttiliei, S fliler, MX. Prise Tickets caihed or renewed lu other Tickets at either office. Orders for Tlcketi can he addrwed either to 8. PtVAN a CO.. Atlanta. Oa. June -td-(u9 or 8. &YVAM, Montgomery, Ala. 2100 Acres of Land for Sale. ON Momliiv, tlie 11th day of August next, T will sell At the CnuVt-house door hi Athena, at. mil ilia niit-urv. th fnllnwirtfr Irnntei Of nnl-nislei nf I . A X ft . hai m'mm tirr t r. r li a ..,.. Creek Mi n inn Compnny, nml yuu in Cherokee aniiatu v n .:. 1-1 w i vwinii , v i vv nn , 1 111 vo j i is) 1 1 srti Acre lrneti; One hnlf of a One Iltmuren nnd Kortv Acre Trttl; nml One half nf a Three Hundred Acru Ti-ni-t tfnrl hti willi nil tit a Miniutr Intden;.enU heloniirin' to the Com pa ny. in lurin win ue mnae Known on me dny of 8 nle. J. B. TAYLOU, Auent. July 18, 185fi-4t Per U Donenir. " Fur further information hiniiirA nf J. R. Taylor, Cherokee oouuty, N. C. Land and l'ropcrlj for Sale. ON Tlmrs.lny, the 14th uf Anicnst next, I will soil lo the l.ighent liiJiler, at my house, .on Cotter Crock, .Monroe counlv, Ten nessee, 'lying one hnlf mile South of the Sis. tion, on the Turnpike ftoal, the vitlurtble plantation on which I now resiile, containing Two lltmilreJ nml Forly Acres near one hiindrcil acres of bottom lain in a hih stale of cultivation, awcll improved, with good bnihliiigs and splendid water. Termt One hnlf down, the other in twelve months bond and good security and a lien on the laud un til the purchase money is paid. Also, nt the same lime ami place, I will sell a flue lot of Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, House Fur niture, and Corn Crop, cVe. I pni ticul m l.v invite nil persons wanting a fine Farm to be present on the day named, as 1 am determined to sell. DAVID TAYLOR, Ja. July 18, 1856-4t-408 In Chancery nt AlheiiN. Original and Amended Bill. L. M. Stansbury aud wife, and Jos. S. Cnsteel, t'S. John. Jack, J. J. Elliott, and others. IJ this inure it appears that Abraham Cs teel, Willis Oosteel, lind Nniicy Cnxleel, heirs nt luw of Kdmond Cnsteel, ilcoM, are iioii-residenls of the Slate uf TViinensee, it in therefore ordered that publication be made iu the Athens I'ost, for foiir successive weeks, requiring said lion resident defendants to ap pear nt our next Court of Chancery, to be held at the Cutn t house in the town of Ath ens, McMinn county, on the 8d Mondr.y of August next, then ami mere lo plead, answer, or demur to complainants said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed ns to them, aud licai-d accordingly. WM. LOWUY, C. d- M., By Willi l.nwur, o. a tu. ' July 18, 1856-4t-prs fee i?-4u8 ATHENS FOUNDRY and XwXn.ola.lzxo W ox-ls.es. TllK subscriber would reseutt'ully an nounce to the citizens of Athens and the public generally, that lie is now in operution and prepared to do . OASTXIVO of every description in Ins line, and would therefore solicit orders from nil those who may want anything of the kind. lie is now caating and lias for sale dif ferent sizes of the Ulolie, or Air-tiirht Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various sir.es of Parlor, Mue 1 lute, liuinlier, uinee and shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; WatUe Irons; Ploughs, right und left hand. Aleo, the Kilgote (Spiral or Incline Water Wheel, w hich will saw from two to live thou sand feet per day. i II kinds uf 3VI -A- C3 II INBXl Y fitted up in the best and utoet durable inauiier, and upon short notice. Also, Iron Hailing of every dsoription. Ue is also prepared to do ull kinds of Brass easting. The highest Cash price will he paid for OLD COITKR. C. ZI.MMHRMAN. . 1'. S. There is eonneoted with the Works an excellent l'nttet-n Maker, so that persons wishing castings cun have pntterns uutde te order. " , C. Z. Athens, Tenn.. J uly 18. I860 tf 408 (fo. PUBLIC 8tUAUC, NAHHVli.t.E, . mrouTias and dealees in I0BEIOK AND DOMESTIC DEY GOODS. J..... ,, lSftiMye-WT JL.tlx3a. as Foundry. nAt 1NU engnged the lervlcei of Mr. V. M. Kiutoas, who Is suthorised to receive orders snd Irauaact all builneii apertalnng to the Foundry, any perton wanting IntoriiuUlon In regard to Maehluery, Ac, will be atten ded to by calling at the foundry. Athens, July U,1M-IMUT 0. ZIMMERMAN. . Disclaimer. Till Katt TenneiiM Slid Qsorgla Ril Rorl Oemptv uy rtj not imrtiei to or rocnonatble for tht) Kaut of Krtjlglit from (savannah, Uttorvia, te thv farloua ita tlont on the lln of ihlf Hnail, ai put down In hand bill iituod ij tin Oenlral Hall Koad of tioorRia, datttd Ut Juat aud signed W. M Wariluy, Ueneral Hup'r. It. C. JAOKHON, Sup't K. T. Oa. U. . Athtnt,l5th Juue, l&M-at-4' .. Heimer, ftuoifllla, tad B-vnofr, CUrtUnd, will opy thrt tlnM. Dlsoolndon of Partnership. rVIMMKRMAtt A THOMAS, of tha aUm. ndrv. MA tt.1t dtMolrvd rj-mMwsstoas.AMaslwns. Immediately, and all Btrsone lnweMed Bv sot or so- eount will call and pay. ae the aoeoantowlfi besndei 'over to on ofrloer for onlleerloB If not eetllatf ihortly. Th, buelneis Wfiil beresfter Jeo carried nn In all Its AUioDifuiyiiiiwe-tMer, a , Osnnbargfl and Domiwtlcs. r- 1 Art BALR9 Os'naliurgsi' ; ' .. 1VV7 128 balee Domestics) ' 10,000 Wheat Hneksj - - 100 bushels fresh Timeth; Seedj . SOO n 41errle 4asa j .x . ' ' loO Blue. .. ',' ...... , 1 ; fur sale at ae low prices, for rati) or approved 60 rlnvs nnnsr. as can be had in ativ market. Send in your orders. Knoxvllle, July J I J. , H. ia. morn rJtlSUN. Depot ol Geararla sksirastn)silrtlnfs stiiel Wbeatt aaclce , I AM preperefl to sell all of the, things at sjsanfso tureri nrteei, tranipnrtatlon. added, and to mer chant! nnd farmeri In McMinn, Btirdiey, Monroe, Roane and aillnlnlns countlel, t" Tmnecsaiirr sotted their or- den, pfomlilirg to snip to them JU Jill time, with dtt patrn. n. ft- acrucnaun, Agent. - itnoxriue, Tenn., jury ii-iro- - Family Groceriea,- , J UST received and for sste, In addition to our former stock, a frelt and desirable stuck of FA M LY ROCUUIE Also, lib bills, supei niie and family Flour; 600 sacks ' ' c: -r" 80 tons Ofounrl Plaster; .. . . 1000 bushels ConnfX r.-ti. ... . 1U00 bushels Onts. -HUKSTAPUOOAIf. Loudon, May 28, 18SBr4t4Ur.. , t BREWER 4i CftLOEU, S0 0ld8llp,....?IEW.Te)BK, General t'omnilss.oivMerciianfs, PARTIC'Cf.AR Aiientloo glrroiyiln ul. of Drain of aUHWoTlptlone. "' io r..,n Bfr to 1. K. Ram, IifrvPlBrTVir X ft trl re ton, . C ; -J. J. Boullier, PreiMoKAvUiuk or the Repub lic, Vow Vork. .. , J , July 4-6V-40I j. ii. RExsunv!. co., ; Fashionable Cabinet Makers K ii o x v i 1 1 C 'Mfp n nAVlMO rfcelved an ap-ncy frpm J. TT. Renshaw A Co., for th inle of tlit?fr fiirnllure at thia place, I would Inform all nroni wliiliina, anv thlnat tu their line that I can furnlali thorn at Knoivjir prlcet, frclprht added. I lutve recelVfd a xfniil) itnrk of RdteHdai Brkfniil,Uinlr))t.WrlHn)t andQiwirtsH Tahln; Chnira,Ae. Any article of Furnttua made to, ordtT on short no tice. Sofni, Dlvana ami Ifntr'oloth Rocking Chairs will be ordered for any periion wifhlng to nurchnne. BELl HQOSE Cosxbb or Mais asp SVavs stbssti, kxoxvillk, r&yy. . WILMA1I McTi:tf,'proprictor;. ' Four florae Mali Ooachei lesTe dally at IX o'clock A. St., fur Montvale Springe, i ' June 18-.tf-4in) T. DOOXAN. . Varohouf and tJaretioral rommhslon MEHOIIANT. AllantUisj tjiuu HA VINO rented the afpnetons Are-proof Warehonie recently erected on U'littvhall 'Street, will attend to the storHge nml sale of Cotton, Corn, Bacon, Lard, and all other Produce with whlvhllonfuy be favored. Having Imd long experieticeiv the geueral trade of Oenrffta, lie flutters hluief Uiat he can give satisfac tion In the mile of ail Produce,' .ind, alsot in the pur chase of nil nriicles which the country uiuy require. ltttie'6-ly-lOl . A. K. MlQO ..A. It. ABBOTT, m:., & AiHiorr. Commission Merchants, RAPiriALLv ton Tt Sll. or - f f Such as Button, Lard, t our, "0 rain, Ac, occupy their commodious new buildings, corner of Forsyth and .Mitchell streets, Atlanta, Georgia. Liberal advances given on oonsignmepta. Kublib. ed lu business 12. June lsi-tf-315 UYATT, McBURABY & CO., . OIRKtTT IMFURTUU A Hp WliUM(81LK DJIALKRg IK Foreign &DomesticDry Goods Nv. 87 Hyv-Mrfet, rltMtw, 14. U, .. I. HTATT, WM. limKLT.IEtvv..AL'UrSTlaO WTLT, WM. M'BtTRNKV, ... A. L. UllXtUPlK,. . ., .CUAH, VUBTBtt. Juite0-Iy-4U2 ; tv ,', aT. 3D. OIjlMBKTFSOZa'p i- WITH OKI. SCHAKPKH....OEO. H. BUKilT. . ; .I1KXRY C. JOIUCSTOS! Schaner, Roberts & Johnston, IlirilKTeMlB AKUJanUKUB-VW I? am i o. " 7. Staple & Fancy Dress Trimmings, Jexerlrii, Lvokiny-!latn, f'omft, Brutten, Perfumery, French and tlurtnan Pancy Qooda, ie., Jco. No. 1ST Market stsbst, (b.tweeo 4th snd Ath,) may 80-1y-401 Iblladcllilu, I'a. Fair Warning. T"0 Deed, or other Instrument of writing, for Regis tratlon, will be attended tn unless the Tees accoiu puny the lustruin.ut. COKNKMrg HUUWN, - AeglsleV McMinn county. Home men whom you trust arid ask for your pay, Their friemUliipynu lose, and thut right uwuy. Pitch have I trusted, and that U my sorrow oo pay lus to-day aud 4 "11 (rust you to-morrow. mf I F II .-Two barrels good Apple Vinegar uii imiiu auu ior saie low, oy June ST . ' M Q. I10RT0N k CO, -flAfWRRI. Klnv's Salt. Just received ifll and Tor sairy.; if ij. m. HtMJKKdO.N. 1,11.I II! risl,K,!-W s-ackslMst brand fiu- M. periine Hour, for saJei lusr for cash, may 80 T rr w u- uoaTON 4 CQt dfiOXrErTIOFHIK?. Candies, Italslns V rruues, rigs, aiiiiouud, nioeru, nngiisn ivainuts. eve., uy L,uliJ VJ jr.u. iiaim, vievuianu. Cir; II S.-A superior article of Cigars; Also, No. 1 Olievrlng Tobacco a I wet yfi on band and for sale iy luiuyvj . . W y. HAj.Nfca, .ivcinnd, 1 I'M'!' IK KCEI V K HUusbiind'i Matr"esla: 1 9 Davis Paiu Killec, aud, several other articles of Drugs. '1 - Un hand, a very good supply, of all the. Medicines usually kept lu Dm Stores, consisting In part of Oils, Paint ami Dve-stutTs, tbta Uraudies. Ulu and Pure Spirit. Also, 1)6 per cent Alcohol. ' WM. DUUNtl. nwy 88 - w . - . S sTi B sf k CrliS 1M. InUeluta, .L'gue., M.rf.f. IWtlui, jPrinclpea, Uperiu, Co.. quulHrH, LaJJuke 1'lna, ac.iu.t received hy muy- ' ;;.;.$! OLK.tUK A CO. Cll ,',: "I K.V4R ikareir sll kind.. Including aW-dlnet, PiulMl., Cliv..'., Jujube Urou., Cordials, Hum Drop., Fancy O.tudiu., prunes. Pig., Alinoude, Pilberta, liglUh WalJUUt PlsW,,-OocNut., an. may ' - . A. CLEAliK CO. BIXl'.TN.-l.Tdk; Is, want of s "duclt of s liuuuel" will pleaee calf early hhd'prooure ohe at April II i , Hf. U, II011TON a COU slS K tltVllndo I'lBllii.iir. A larae itouk Iv of good anil ulieao, for sale at tlie Cheap Blors, hy April 11 " W. 0. IIOKTON a CO. TI NT lTi:rElVi:Br.' Parker'i Pail Pan-I aw lu'ea; Bturk's Iiutlair Iwver snd Ague Iteuiedy, au external application liiCsliblei Macauba and tk-utch Hnutr ; llay'l LiuinientL Arablau Liliiiuent; fleel and Oilt Pent; Putty snd Window lsii anil Tor title by swell U WM. liUlt.8. ' RAfiMI llna!-Uc will pay Goods for sll the l.iueu or Cotton Hag. om-red. . Novi ". W. G110HTOS CO. lV:AIV-lule 4'lollitna. I am now re- M celving my large Slid well .elected .tuck of Heady Mude Clothing, con. i.llug of Oaer, Pruck, lren. an4 Sack Coal.; Pant., Veataiiirta, tlhirt-colUri, Lamb., .wool and Merino Hlii.ru and rliawera of all torts and lite. all of which I' will ee! very cheap for oath. Jutt walk in aud 1 cuu flt.jrouu. suew. "Irom lop to toe." Oct ft. O"- UUSg. PUNTS and Iv-.tluH.-rrench Zlne White lu Oil; CUeoine 0 reen, lied, and Vellow, in Oil and dry; Wlule Lead, dry; Vehetlau lied; ludigo, Maildcr; bpanleh Brown, ke., fof tale hy Oct ft , oko. w. itosa. ii'SHirre. UM received, s fine lot of the very A beat brand, of Virginia Tubaeco, which will be .old oheap, by (aept Kb a to. w. uoeo. 1 1 NT HECKIVF.D Pins llr.ndy; Maderla, eS Sherry, Port, Malaga andClaeet Wluet, and lome Aue Jamaios Uun !! strictly for.mtdical purpoies, sept t - wu. UaitNe. fflOall it Ii a ni It nitty concern.-1 hereby M. give notice that no more credits will be esteinleij, aud to all who sre tbdebted to ma 1 aay, come and pay up. My debt, niml aud. .hall bs psid, and In order to do 10 1 inuit make ovUevtiont. ' WM, BUUNb. ' Augu.mi, l50S T AUD WARH4KTN WAN'rKD.10. 4 HltOWN.of Inadiunvme.ahMlonarJhaaeLand V. arrauu, lud will gtve the hlglwit oa.lj prloe. lAugU SAt.Tl AI.Tl-o000t). Aihlans,lttrslns.'f,, able ate i 00a Turk's lllsud, fir pickMng. . septus. ''0EO,.kl&SS. GIDOIIfilA LOTTERY f Authorised by thi Btattjef (horgia.) ; Fflrt Gainer AcadenyLoUery : i - - xw rr, fi . , Te be drawn In ffce efty of Atlanta, Oearsla, s asMIe, . . on 4losda, Jol ,!, rstW -i ' ilavana FlanLV. BAWL 8 WJLjt &. Q0., Manager. '. Frists satoentlBg le ' 1, l'7fl.O O .-. . . WIUavtavltattMshllii . . . Magnificent Setieme t very other Ticket wsrsto ilfsw S PHm. '--'-, ao,Od rlslaaberre lfr.490 Prises 1 ' rh; l rriaeof ,,..,.,.'. .nn M. aoie. . 1 do KWPOhv. ltl.uHO. . 1 do , 1le..... .j.-l.rwe . , 1 do"..t..T.-....s. lis.,,.,l,(jpe 'I do 400 srs )-" " I do imars..... 444 10 do .. 80 are .BOO 100 ds on ere ....... t,0 4 do Ho Approalmatmg to s,000 Prlss. 800 4 do lee Approsimatlng ts 10,000 Frist. loe I do BO ApproalniaUiig ts "llMI rrhns do 40 Approlleialng to 410 PrtM. . BSB t do so Approslmatlng to IW Prises ''see 40 do (l Approilmatlngu - SO Prises See 15,000 do 4 aaymnting to. ,.., .....tOSea) 1 8,1 80 Prltel, amounting ,,,.'..... 1 Oleosa . The lo.ootl Prltel of 4 rs determined by ths ners ber which draw. ihtv,UWI II that number tbould Be sn odd number, tberievery odd number tleket la lbs Bchemr will be entitled to S4i If SB seen Bsmber, then eeery even nnmber ticket IB the Scheme wiil be entitled to 4, In sddlUon to any otnwr Prist whleh ths UoksS may draw. Purchaverl In buying sn sqnst'emsnttty f odd sad even nuinbet rlc'keti will be certain of drawing nearly - ' half the coit of tbs -100114 with chsnces of obtstntnf other Priiei. tW Remembef that every Prlss IS drawn, sad pay- . able In full without deduction. -, fOT All Prliei of SI,) and under paid Immediate- '; ly alter the drawing ether arises at the usual tuns ol -thirty day.. - 3 - ; All eninmunlcetktni itrlclly cnnadentlal. Tht drawn numberi will be forwarded to ths purshssers iffimedt Stely after the drawing. ' Wholt TtrleU 5 aWc iXQnariiTt IV. Prlte Tlcketi tuned or renewed la other ticked at either Office. .a Order, (or Tickets can be sddrued either to , 8. SWAN a CO., Atlanta, . . iAneaVto-40l.,: f xt t- tSAAtongomery, Ala, agkc reit v igrleulturul implement ' JffD JJA VUf AeTUHED by mr, Wlngat Co., Uttla; Thenntucjr HmMteTi ovmbiatd for Heaping and Mowing ; in fenniyivania mreiner, rour aorte pirwerf) 4 Stinford'e Cutting Bukei, and The Kentatcky Corn and Cob Mills. aiicste viaciium ar warranira id kitit HuiiasTeioDa and ere confldvntly recommended aa the beat In ua anil of the. very beit materlal,belng made of the belt wrought Iron, except the wheels. - Thota w4alrlnf to purchase of to tee the MacMnei wilt please call on Osnmiii W. How; Atheni; D. A. TiBits, Concord; Tibs 4 II ANirw icKle valued; 1. T. Lrioik, Sweetwatan la tf .. . U..1..I.... o..-t art - i A- or. ' uti.kstDrje duijiiiibi cpi iiisjar. a cuu., ttytimm. ejune o-oi - , Ciin. ion to Farmer and 0 hers. M AVI NO been Informed that person, represent , Ine himself as from .New York, has offered to sell the JffrU'ttlturat Machines tnade by WttaatiR, Mtim A Co., of Albany. N. V.. to various nkrtles In fct.it Veto netsee, I hereby caution East Te nn esses ns to beware of.. a.I such Imposters, as I have the sole right of these ! enmes ior a,ast Tennessee, ana none can be used thexov tuiicss procured from me or my agents. r.v. uAitJ, no. IV Broadway. Vew York, April 11, l66-tf Rhea County Sulphur Springs TU ik public win do gratified to learn thai thoao . Sprin(rs are now be! ior improved In a conifortablo and substantial manner, for the coommodstion of tho public. These wafers are well tested by living suhjeots itti wen vj Mil my sis. j nany oi tne oioeti. innaDH tants of the country have derived material advanlaro from them, and many very astonishing cures hart bsea cfTeeted by the free use of these waters The waters art as a powerful diuretic cathartic and alterative. It has cured hundreds of patients of Dys pepsia, Qeneral DeWllty, all effect ions of the 8kln and Kiunes, itiibituai Uostiveness, Torpidity or the Uwr. Ac, Ac. The publtc are referred lo the follow log gen tlemen t Mujor McCallle, Cel. Whltesides, Col. Brabson, Dr. Kennedy, sr., and Dr. Gillespie, Chattanooga, Tenn." ' .ohh noyi, vieveiann, ieun. , ' Hon. Bam'l A. Smith, M. C, Charleston, Tenn. Dr. John I toy I, Dr. J. W. Oill'esVe, Rev. James Cash, Rev. Jno. Varnell, Rev. Mr. Crouch, D E. Gillespfot Kxq., and A. C. Day, Post Master, Rhea county, Tenn. And In fact, all the oldest Inhabitants hi Rhea and ad joining counties, who ran che to extraordinary euro penornieii uy inese waters. . The Springs are sltuatVd four miles from Brady's Fer ry, In Rhea county, Tenn., on the North-west side of Tennessee River, Aft miles above Chattanooga, M froaa Athejis, and IS from Washington. ' The most direct routr for persons frfrrri tht South ft 1 go fo Athens by the cars, and at this pfaco arrange menu Sre" tnade tviihMn Bridges to oonrcy passengers 0DTtitfiimblV ierins lo. tHe Pprjngs . -l '- itt.ariling can be ohtatned at ftfl.AO ff week, and ifi9 pains will be spared to (rive gen end sntUfncUon. June g7-anj-4'fl W. t. HOUR, M. D., Proprietor. Morganton High SchooT'. FOll MALES ANV FEMALES, Irlor&anlon, Tenn. T'i UK .frond fle.rldn of till. In.tltntlon'wlll wnerraa Monday. SlSt JulV BeXt. under ths aunervUinn at Terms, per of Ttrnty-on Week, payabU a$ Vte cfow of the J$Hion. 1st Onsslipelling, Reading and Writing 5,00 2d Class Arithmetic, Enjrlinh Grammar, Geogra phy, Composition and Derlamatfon 8,00 8d Clas Higher Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Composition, Declamation, Ae 10.OO No student admitted. for less than half session, and no deduction for lost time except in case of providen tial hindrance. noarding can he had In the neighborhood on reason able terms; and there are at the place several comfort able rooms for the accommodation of students who may wish to board themselves, , This Is exclusively an EnQlUih School, and 111 object Is to wake thorvugh, practical, English gchiUart. V. VT. BAYLEdS, Fres't Trustees. M, Jowbs, Becretar. - June iW3rB 404 PHILIP RAIIM, '' jEJIvO-XjXI rouNimY, Csry street, between Pearl snd lifteeotbi lllcrtjmonel. Vlrg;lnla. MAXUPACl'l'KltRS of LoeemotlTe Engines, Ten. dor.. Hall Koad Can, and all detcrlptiona ol Kail Road Machinery,- Stationary Engine, of any required power; also. Portable Knglnei, with a decided improve ment over any othert -heretofore made, (from 6 te 40 lior.e-Hwer,) on wheel., 10 well adapted to Panning 1'urpo.e., Getting Lumber, 4c., wilh improved Circular Pnrufaleuw Mill .attached. of 1. Id and Sd Clan Mining Mnchmery, Urist and 9aw Mill Machinery, Proglns. and Tobacco Factory Piitore. of every kind alio, llraei and Iron Calling! made u order, may S8, lbi-6,n-IOO . P. RAUM. Slate ol Tennessee. McMinn connty. .. J'etition to Sell Zand aud A'egro Wvman. rWnjainiii Wells, AJminittrnlor f JuhoGrieh i am, UecM, Thus, Grisliam, James W. Gritb am, Elijah (iri.ham, Klltnbetli Mc-Crarv, Hubert MeCrary, Mar; Aud I'harlesa and Samuel Tharles, . vs. Jsne Wyrick, Osear Wvrick, Joseph Grlsban and Martin V. Uritlism. . IK tills enuse.jt appearing to the Court that Jane. Wyrick ana. her hus'jsnd Utear Wy rick, Jotepli flri.liain nnd'Martiii V. Grishsm, are not retidenlt of the Htate of Tennessee, It is therefore Ordered, hy the Court .t hat pub lication be made in the Athens Post far four uoces.it e weeks, requiring the said non resident defendnnts to' apprsr at the next term of the County Court, to be held or the county uf MeUiun, nt the. Court house in Athens, Tennessee, on the 1st Moi dsy of Au gust next, then and there to- plead, answer or demur to the petition filed nsiust them, or the ssme will be taken for confessed aud set for hearing ex parti. Witness my hand, at office in Athens, the 1st Monday of July, 1858. WM, GEORGECler. July 11, 1 856-4 t-prt fee Siu7 Notice. OrViOm East Tins. G. Rail Road Co. ) Athens, June 2S, 1836. "FaTOTICE is hereby (liven that on and after 1 Ihe 6rst day of July next, no charge will be made, or ooninensntioti received for the tran.portstion of specie or bank bills la the bands of owners or 'heir atreute in uasrinu; over this road, nor will this oompany be sc. countable fur any loss or damage that may occur iu tha transportation of ipeclo or bauk bills, nor will this company or their agenta regeive for transportatloo or otherwise take in charge any specie or bauk brill tlher for transportation or in trust for tsfe'VeftiiDg and delivery..., It. (T.1WCKSOS, Superintendent TraosnVrtatiua. Inly . .. Kipuvjlle Whig, Register, Standard and Clavelsnd IianneVwill pubeish fop a. uiontha. .Wotice. . 'TMIE andersigned will open at Bwestwstsr X. about the 10th of July a large and well selected lot of Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, and in fact nearly .any article (he Farmer wants, to which be respectfully invite tha at tention of the public, . JVT:.KQWJ,AND. ". Bwcetwater, June tOrtt ' " ', evt.'