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. PARTY ORGANS.
Th New Orte.in Delta, democratic, snya if In late Presidential fcina did not break p tha orgauii iitiun of the democratic party, (and that ia a debaUabl quealiun at !el,) It eertuinlT guva a blow to the newppr organahip of the party which ha beeo felt aver einee. The whole tribe of orfjan from the Waal.ington Union, which make auch a diamal clatter on a crcked Chineee gong (supposed to have been or -finally printed to Caleb Gushing by Chinff Hong, the Prune Minister of Hi In.pil Mancbew Hi-jhiieaa, when they dined together on bird.' ncata ar.d rat pie,) do0 10 lh" m"t ProvIncUI of Pr tiaan toadiee who blow furiouilv on tin whia. tl((have become apaamodic, broken-winded od wheeling in their performance. Upon these remark of the Delta, the Memphia Eagle comment aa follow: ' "If the Delta is not a thorn In the aide of the Democracy, it certainly remind one of a balky wagon horao at the foot of a ateep hill, to ascend which it la necessary for every horse to pull with all his power. The Wnth ington Union is the meanest specimen of an organ that ever played a tune. It plays by note, and re!igiuly observes all the flats and sharps.' and squeak away to lite public a if its daily allowance of bread and butter, depended upon Ha fidelity to an me musical characters. Its own partisans, to a great ex tent, have no reapect for It; and oeyona tn living food and chattels of the hijfh govern ment officiiila, it ia without reputation. In 1851, the Southern Democracy denounced it; and from that duv to this, they huvs had lit tle to do with it. There are other oranns mall six-biU machines ni.tlk affair that play as the sre played upon.- These keep the tuns official upf and bur in the ears of the people like katydids on a summer night These organ have no time of their own, and never attempt to play by ear. They have no buainesswith independent opinion. They are, to change the figure, senpepipee lor the great steam "fixings" nl head quarters. They are so many flues distributed over the country, by means of which the heat and V4 por of official matters are brought to every mail's door. If a new question is broached, they do not commit the inriiNcretion of ven turing an opinion in regard to it, but pru dentin wait until the masters speuk, and then, II Bedlam aeema to bu let loose. Whatever may be said of this, it cannot be denied that It is very convenient, us it dispenses with the use of brains and volition. ' Happy fellows Billy Patterson, the great "struck," m y "roll on;" and forever seek, his assailant in vain, for all the good these fellows will do him, unless the "big ones" afar, thick it pro. per to solve the myslurv that hangs ubout the deed." ..... , . , .. , , , , A Cork fob Suicioks. According to the report of the (lly Inspector, the number of death from suicide in New York Inat year was sixly-two. During the year previous, the number was sixty three, so there lias been no remarkable inoreaae. ' Throughout England, the crime of suicide has recently been much on the increase, mid in London it has bitterly MUiiird frightful proportions. So serious has the mutter become, that the city magi, trait propose an appeal to Parliament next session, baaed on returns just made by - the Police Commissioners, which show that- the uicidet and attempted suicide in the city have been doubled or quadrupled within the last few yearn. As a remedy, the Chrixtian Advocate, of this city, propose the enactment of a law consigning to the school of anatomy the body of every Individual, of whatever rank in life, whom a coroner's jury should declare to have committed felo it te. Such a remedy might prove effective. Jour, of Commerce. . tW, The importance of privacy as a secret of matrimonial happiness, is thus beautifully deacrihed 1 - "Preserve the privacies of your honse, mar riage state, heart, from father, mother, sister, brother, aunt, and all the world. You two, with God's help, built your own quiet world; every third or fourth one whom you draw into it with you will form a party and atand between you two.. That should never be. Promise thia to each other. Renew the vow t each temptation.' You will find your ac count in it. Your soul will grow, as it were, together, and at last they will become a one, Ah, if many a young pair had, on their wed ding day, known this secret, how ninny mar riages were happier than, nlasl they are." t ' Dr. Robert Remuk, of the Univer sity of Berlin Prussia, noted for his micro scopical discoveries, has lately Invented and applied a new method of introducing enn atant galvanic currents into the nerve and muscles of patient, whereby enses of palsy of every kind, apoplexy, atrophy of thb mus cles arid of the spinal marrow some of them from ten tit 30 year atandinit have been It Is said, entirely cured in few minute. A aynnpsis of tin scientific discovery and Its results have been transmitted by the au thor to this country, and will soon b pub. lished. The Stodt or Grammar Joseph f Buckingham one of the best of livi'g wri ters and grammarian, once (aid that "Not on child in a thonaand ever received th least benefit from studying the rules of gram, mar before he was fifteen years old." ' A Littli Fabl on Polict. Wise men say nothing In dangerous limes. The lion called the sheep to ask her if his breath smelt. She said, "Ay," and he bit off her head for a fool. He called the wolf, and asked him. He aid No," and he tore him to pieces for flatterer. At last he called for the fox, and asked him, "Truly," said he, "I have got a cold, and cannot smell. i ., 1 r ' f-jf What pity pleasure Is so much shorter lived than pain! The fun of gel ting drunk only lasts about an hour the misery which succeeds it frequently holds on for a fortnight. Find a thousand dollars, and the pleasure oonnecttd with it will grow old in a week, lose a thousand dol. lars, and it will make you feel like sixpence , worth of.arsenio for half a life time, i -- . , y The Washington Star strongly re commends the adoption of the cash system by the whole newspaper preaa of the country. A Poor Ron that Wont Work both Wat. A countryman once went into an Ordinary' office and enquired if that was "the plare where people git licenses to gel married." Upon being answered in the af firmative, he said he'd "lake one." After "Uking one," he enquired the price. The obliging orndnl aaid:. "Well, the legal fee I one dollar and fifty six cent, but gentle men centrally gitt whatever thtf vleo." "Wall," says the countryman, "thai kinj OV you," at lh same lime throwing down quarter That ordinary wa "aoU." ' I4f- The Bank of Montgomery has a cir. enlaiion of 996,785, while it specie I fl7. 864. The capital of the Bank ia $100,000, which la nil owned by the Bank of Augusta Geo, except 11,000. A PosRR. "What the ue," asked a rag. ged fellow, "of man's working himself to dti to jgtl riving? NEWSPAPERS . . . What times w would hsv wer we de prived of reading newspapers, eould well be sxplsined by tbose persons who are daily la th habit of reading them. Those who read would eontider it a deprivatioa mors (ever tbso lbs ones who never tsk papers eould possibly conjecture or imagine. W know of many who always consider it so tudeeeribabl pleasure a rich treat to get hold of a good newspaper while msny spurn the ides snd spesk contemptuously of such a thing Sbow us a maa who is liberal in his patronage to wards editors, and we will show you a rosn who, if he does not rsnk among the first ia position or pise, is a man of extended view and who eonvsrtation it of such a kind as to render whst b ssvs instructive and inter sting. Sbow us one of a eontrsry kind, snd w venture th assertion thst you will find bis views of a narrow aad contracted sort, and tbat by listening to such a man nothing of importance eould ever be learned from his eonvsrtation thst would be of any material benefit. A man who will not subscribe to newspaper (nd psy for it) might as well re tire into a monsstry at ones and lead a life of seclusion, for be is certainly wholly unfit in every respect to com in eontsct with the man who does. Besd over the biographies of our most eminent and successful merchants, and it will be seen that resding, subscribing and advertising liberally, conttituted a basis upon which they erected their fortunes. It is an impossibility for any person to rsad news papers often and carefully and not become intelligent. The daily life and transactions of tba whole world ar there contained, and persons soon become fsmiliar with mil the dif ferent portions of the universe. News by rail road, ship snd telegraph', hurries over land and sea, and tba editor with ceaseless pen, records it to the public to stand forever. The newspaper in this should be the agent for every man to consult, whether he intend buy' ing or selling, but too often this is neglected, All should advertise; a mso msy bav merit, talent, wealth and cheap good, and unlets such a fact is insd known to the people, oftimes it will be of no avail or profit. There are no other means to ditteminste such infor mation but through th pre., and we know that by serious reflection, thst sny business man will become convinced thst those who patronize the prets by subscribing and adver tising are compelled to succeed. 1-jPMr. Eiliridge, of Tennessee, tniking with some Southern gentlemen the other dav, that the Fugitive Slave I.nw, nbi.ut which ho much fuss was making, l consider nhle of a humbug. "Why," he said, "if n nigger runs away, one oflwo thing is certain either he i a mean nitrger or he has a mean master. ITlhe nigger is mean, he ia not worth catching and if th master is mean the nigger ought to run. fagf" Amo B. Frssc nden, an Knot India trader, Boston, ha failed. Liabilities, half a million. flr The public debt of the State of Penn eylvnniu i 840,: 17,885 25. ., For tbs Po.t. .- . CAPTAIN BRAGU'S SPEECH! A BURLESQUE, WITH A MORAL. Again the time is near at hand, When candidates appear Before the sovereigns of ths land, To lie and 'lectioneerl It hat been said tbat in MeMinn, There twenty men at least, All ready now to "piloh right in," ' Like starved men at a feast! . Here is fins and jolly crowd, And there is Capt. Bragg, j Let's call him out, both long and loud, ' For be' a distance nag. Off with yonr hats one hearty cheer, "For Captain Bragg. huzza!'1 Now take your seats, fiom front to rear, While Bragg expouuds tbs lawl "My fellow citizens and friends, I beard your flattering call This faithful heart its greeting tends I love you, oue and all I I begged my friends fth weeping eyes, To let me now decline,' ,' Tbat older men, both good and wise, Might have a ebauoe to thinel But toon I heard the dread command, . At o'er the hills it flew; 'Bragg it the man to save our land. And tave our parly tool' With grateful heart I humbly bow, . Subiuittive to my fat, - -When you record that solemn vow, I'll ssrv my gallant fcitstel My botom now with love expends, Just hear my oaiue-ery: just near my uii j. Ms is my own my nslive lsnd, Por it I d Ireely dial' ., . Thii Fori In sevsnty tix, our gallant sires Obeyed their country's csllj Behold the Asms of Freedom's fires! Behold the British fall! I am a brave and worthy ton Of those old warriors true; . Th nobis deeds which they hsv done, I m now prepared to' dol . . To make your laws, I m the man, I'll execute them tool I'll make them on a patent plan, And peddle out a few! . .i i I do not care for fame oY wealth, Such small things I despise! For my country's ifoodl give myself A willing tserilioe!" Th Captain is a modest youth, And tried to be exeusedl But then his friends he tellt the truth They would not b refuted! Now you who itch to have th fun To represent MoMinn, Jutt wait till you are aked to run. If you expect to winl Kouoh aro React. What the New York CUT Folk r or Dr. M'Ln.' Osltbraled Vrmitue, manufactured br Fleming Brot.l Ntw Toax. Auguat S, 1M9. This I to certify that I am well arquainted with a maa any jrn of ate, lor maajr 7art a raelrtenl of your elijr, who hat ml time! been extremely III, but eould not tall from ht csuae, nnleit II was worms. He told hit stteudliif phyeiclaa hit suspicions; but the physician al once ricioulnl the idea, and refuted to at tend htm any longer. His eon then mentioned Dr. M 'Line's Vermlhite, and asked him If he would take If, his reply was I must lake snmrlhlnf to erct relief, or die. They at once procured a battle of Dr. II 'Lane's Celehrated Vermlfute. and he took one half at one doae. The reeu't waa, he ptaaed upwsrda of (Are qnar-U of worm, eui up in trary form. He sol wen immenisieiy and It bow tidying moal exoellenl health; and, like the food Samaritan of old, It endeavoring Is relieve hit unfortunate neighbor!. He makes It nil business to hunt up tnd select all esses similar to his own, thai msy he given over by regulsr physicians, and Induces them to try Dr. N'Uni'i Vermifuge. So far he haa In duccd mors lhaa twenty persona to take the Vermiruge, and in every eaae with iht moat happy results. He la well tallaAed that Dr. M'Lanr'e Vermifuge, prepared ko VlMilne Brot. of Pltuhnrgh. Ii far anperloe to any other known remedy, and that If more generally known would not faU la aave many valuable Uvea. For fnrrher particular! enquire of Mrs. Ilardle, lMJa Coaaoa itreet. New Tork Oily. rsr'Purchsecrs will be careful te ask tar TtB.MI.iss'i Cattaa tso Vtaairrot, manufactured by runts nana, af PlUeburgh. Pa. All other Vermlfugea In compart. . m .ihUaa. Dr. M 'Lane's genuine Vermifuge. also, his celebrated Lrrtr Pills, can now he had al all re- Socariko A Cibcli. This m.itherunti eal propooilion, which for a number of years bothered the most astute mnlhrinnlici n, haa at last been definitely solved, and thai too in a manner to accomod ate itself to the moat simple understanding. Itissimply to settle up your wife's bill for hoopi at the dry good store of milliner. married. On the fid Inst., by Rev. Hiram Douglatt, Mr. Jo, F. Koerat, of Uharleeton,Bo va.,io miss TS,aufU Ur of Mrs. Nary A. Traynor, of vieveiasa, Tenn. On Wednesday evenlng.Ilel Inst., by Bee.T. R. Brad- thaw. Dr. Fa( BnoaBT. of Philadelphia. Tenn.. to Mlaa I. M. Glials, daughter of MsJ. Q. W. Gaiuea, of Tcllleo riains. COMMERCIAL. Atlanta market. Atuita. Jin. 17, We refer yon to the following quotations of leading article! or Tennessee produce : Btcox. clear tides lie, ribbed 9lf Co!e; hams 1Q 4S Me; shouidcrsaia lte. Lias. in bbls.ll at 11 He kega II H 18c; tin cans IS O MKc Fuoa, 94 T hundred to bba. and sacka, for good aunerSns to extra family. Coas. lacked, u n Toe. wht, white f I JU Si and I .W 1.80 for red. O.T9, cam, 60. FUTara scarce, ou. uarto riican, ei V 1. DaisD Armas, mi ts IM- Uattlb, aett oc. uoai, gross HHc; net I J i He. Very respectfully, SKAOO t ABBOTT, Co imiutol AfercAuMte, Atlanta, Oa Augusta market. AoocsTA.Jan it. Herewith And statement of our Produce market,which I aend at reliable for th time being. Bacna. tldet very tcarce and would tell for 11 V He, and perhapa more; htma 11X & lSc; ahouldera se10c. La an 11X 4S lXc. Baerasc. Poax 8ac. Day Hinas M & 14u. Ntw Ricnx, hog round ItQWic. Ca 78 O f-V. Otra So A. Stock Pitt SO 65c Rti (1 & 1,88. Warn Blast $1 & 1,U. Whit, white 1,4U & 1,48; red SI.KS 1.40. Fuiua T..VI S for auperfine, and 8,25 $8,T5 for eitra family, V bhl. Fthisi 48 a ft". Baww.xOT !t tx. Tallow ixc HtrrTaa xu xoc. tuua is b iio. FlA NDTt i Vourt, very truly, J. A. ANSI.ET, ChmmUtion and Product Merchant. tios.w. VLSMiira aoar. a. rLsaiao, T. W. FLEMING & CO., Commission and Produce Tterclinnls, At ths old Stand of the subscriber, Reynold St., Aurusla, Ga. T WAVING associated with me my brother, the public JJ. are assured of the same attention and punctuali ty as heretofore paid to consignments of every kind. Jan 80-4m-436 T. W. PLUMING. wm. e. ii all, mi. ATHENS, TIN., , -wraryiLL give his tttsntlon to the practice of Hedl- w v cine, omce Boutn oi me oriuge. January 80, 1S5I. 8 SC ALEM Scales! Ptat'orm and Counter Scales fall sitet,) Just received and for sale cheap for caan, oy jan w . iwco. Hard Timet Cnme JtriHit, .Vo Jtlortt THOSE Indebted to me, either by note or account, will save coat by calline and rettling Immediately. at money I need aod must have. 1 mean what I say. jan 80 u. rr. nu?a. Livery and Sale Stable, Sweetwater, Tenn. - THE subscriber begs leave tolnrorm the traveling pub lic that he has opened a large and commodious Sta ble In Sweetwater, on the East Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road, where they can te aocommonateu to Horses and Saddles. Buggies, Hacks, Ac, Ac. Persons travel ing to and from Montvale Springs will And It to their Interest to get conveyance from Sweetwter distance SS miles. He will also iraat in nones, siuies, sc. Jan 80-t'-43 H. n. YEARWOOD. NOTICE. mriE School at Forest Hill Academy will be opened on the 1st Monday In March next, Tht public may de pend on this, as the Board of Trustees hope by the 15th Februay to have engaged the services of a competent person to take charge of the School. The Trustees have determined, "if possible," to have a good School, and all they ask Is the earnest cr.opera tton of the cititens. THOS. A. CLEAG8, Athens, Jan 80-tf Bternary JSonra rruutf. ' ' Special Notice. THOSE indebted to the underlined will please come forward and aettle either by Cash or Note. If you have any money please bring it along. Remember, "a friend in need it a friend indeed. Money I want and money I must hare.. ' JUHM IN. UttLZKbi Monte Creek, Jan 80-2m-436 Premium Jack. rrUE Premium Jaek, DICK BRADLEY, X will stand the entiling season at my plan tation on Little Tennessee River, Monroe county. For Jennets $2.1, inttiranoe. fasttirage will he inrmsnea at ou eis. per week, and feed at 1,00 per week. Diek Bradley in the lm gett Jack in Eatt Tennessee; has taken the first premium st every Fair at which he hat been exhibited at hnoxviite in 1854; at Loudon to toos, anu at Knozville the tame year. U. M. MOULLU1& River Side, Jan 30, 18S6-UJ-436 Valuable Negroes for Sale. IN pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court, mode at the January term, 1867, I will, on Monday, the 2d day of March, at the Court-hou e door, in the town of Madi- sonville. Monroe county, proceed to tell all the rieht. interest, and claim mat David Keltoe, deeeaaed, had in and to the following detenbed SLAVhS, to wit: Eliiah. aired 87 veari; Abraham, aged SI years; Oliver, aged 18 yean; and some other . , t .L. t, , Negroes not named in tne pieamngs. oaia Neirroet will be told on a credit of six and twelve months, with interest from date, ex eept fifteen per cent., which ia required to be paid down. Notes, with approved seourity, will be requirea oi me purcnaer. j. c itwuoiu.i. turn. January 80, 187 8t Prt fee tS,20 438 DISSOLUTION. Thi partnership heretofore listing between tht undersigned having expired. It thia day dissolved by mutual consent. J. B. OOOKE, - January IT, 185T-t-485 WILLIE LOWRT. oio. asows, r . I t. ClMKt, Athmt. Tenn. Jfoditonetux, Tenn. II R OWN Si COOKE, j. ttorneya a, t X. , -w AH" SOLICITOR 1.V ClUHVCEnY. ' WILL practice in the Chancery and Circuit Courts In the counties of Monroe, MeMinn, Polk, Brad ley, Meigs, Koine and Blount, and In the Supreme tnd Federal Uouria al ivooxvuie. Ju io-n-kv Chancery Sale of Land. 1 PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at Maditonville, revived at the I sit term, I will, on the 7th day of March, 1867, sell at public outcry, to the Highest bidder, at the Court house in Maditonville, ou a credit of tix, twelve and eighteen months, the Lands of which William B. Craig he id. died, seized snd possessed, in Monroe county, situat on the waters of tie Dancing Branch, and Containing upwardt of 800 aorea. Jiondi with good security will be required, and a lien retained until the purchase money shall be paid. J. A. COFFIN, V. 4 M. Jan 33, 1857-gt-prt le f il.no-sao Chancery Sale of Land. BY virtue of a decree rendered at last term of the Chancery Court held at sdisonville, Tenn., I will, on the 8th Hay of lan-h, 1867, tell, on the premises, to the ;,,l,.t l,;.t,lr nn a ersilit of six and twelve months, uibject to the widow's dower, th l.an.1 nf which Ahol H. Cheynie, died, sailed and postetsed, in Monroe count v. on the waters of the Dancing Branch. .- . . 11:;. ...I olid and aeourity reqinren, anu nen ressip I J. A. COFFIN, C. et if. ' Jan 28, 1867-8t-prs fee 18,60-436 Sheriff's Sale. - BY virtue of an order of sale, issued from the ollice of the Cirouit Court Clerk of tl.lliMn .nunlff ami . mA rlirriCted. I Will expote to public tale to the hiirheit bidder, for oaah, at the Court hotis door in Athens, n Saturday, ths 2!st day of February next, II the right, title, interest and claim, that iurrell Barker has in and to the Trsot of nd on which he now resides, adjoining th iitla of William Moore, J. Grills, and other, iA li-iiii. In MnUinn .iniitv. Tennessee. Sold to tntisfy a judgment and costs which Cantrell it Co., recovered against said Burrell Barker before Robert Reynolds, Esq., oa the eta day oi atav, id. JOHN A. G0ULDY. Sheriff. Jan. 16, 1857-td-prs fe $5,0-3t Ckaacerr Court at Jilsnt UJe, Teat JtNVAST Rl'LCS. 1867. Fieldieg F. Henry end Kmelin Henry, bis Wite, wt'r Dsvid M. Tdlker. Henry Tucker. James Tuck er. Kincber Tucker, Pursey Dsvis, Amy hhadden. and others, dersndanta. IT appearing from th bill filed in thii ease that all tbs above named defendanti re tide beyond th limits of Tennettee, publica tion is ordered to be msde for four sueeestiv weeks in the Athens Post, requiring taid noo resident defendants to sppear at next term if aaiit .rhaneorv Court, to be held al the Court beus in Maditonville, Tenn., on the 1st Monday of June next, and aniwer coin plainanti bill, or the am will be taken a coufetwed as to them, and beard aeeurdinglv. jAMbo a. wtitJ, vi. ee m. Jan 13, 18S7-lt-prs fe li-sSS . . . R. F, Cook and J. L. Ilopkins, Executors of baran uayieat, t Thnmu D Rclotta. TJILL charges that defendant Belotte'does' A J put reside in the state of Tennessee, nublicatioo it therefor ordered for four suc cessive weeks in the Athens Post, requiring ths said Thomas 1). Belotl to appear at the next term of the Chancery Court, to be held at the Court-house in Maditonville, Tenn., on th 1st Monday of June,. 1867, and antwar complainant bill, or th earns will be set down and beard ex pane. JAMKS A. COFFIN, C. t Jf. Jan 23, 1857-4t-prt fee 3-483 WILLIE LOWRVt Attorney At Xj Jan28-tf At hens. Tenn. 435 P. D. GATES, produce: Attn com mission lvr.erouut. No. II Broadway New York. "f "kKALKR in Aaiicultural Implements and Machlne- W rr. Bole Axent for Ilia sale of Wheeler, Melick Co's Horse Powers and inresners; uomninea inresn ers and Winnowers and other machines, in East Ten nessee. Also. General Agent for their sale In the South ern States. Orders promptly execated for any kind of Machinery or Merchandise. Consi(nmeuta solicited of all kinds or Southern Produce. Jan lo-iy-tivt Threshers! Threshers! fHAVE received an Agency for the sale of th Threshers and other Agricultural Implements man ufactured by Richard H. Tease, at Albany, New York. A sample of the two anu one norae Tiiresners, and Horse Powers, has been received, and all those wishing to buy Threshers IMS season are requestea to can ana examine them before purchasing elsewhere. Come In at once and examine them, ana ti you line me ma chines, the terms, and the warranty, give me your or der!, that I may get them here before harvest. I will also sell orders for Saw Mills, Oraln Crtdlet, Corn Shellera, Plowt, Ac, a sample of which cm be leen at the Ware-room, near the Depot. I am also agent for the sale oi J. uotton uo't su perior Wheat Fans. urnera rnr i nreenera anu inun wuih iiiuuiu w tent in before first of March, to get here in time for harvest. Jan 16 jab. sr. nEUKitni?i. Swan & Co's Lotteries ! Capital Prize $50,000 f. The followlne Scheme will be drawn by 8. BwisA Co. Manageri of the Four Oaisks Acidimt Lottikv, of (ieorir a. and tht SOUTH ran miutait auadit i.ottkkt, of Alabama, In each of their Lotteriel for February, 1807. CLASS 0. To be draws la ths city of Mobile, Alabama, In public, on Saturday, February 1th, iboi. CLASS 84. To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, mt I.. V.h.... lOtk K'.T CLASS 3, To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on Saturday, February rain, tool, on tne plan oi Single Numbers! U,13U-J jfrizeaji Jfir Aar One Priie to Every Ten Tktefl 80,000 Ticket. Magulfloeut Solieme ! 1 Prlteof 5U,UUis fsu.uov 1 do 20,0001. 80,1100 1 do 10,000 Is lii.WHI 1 do 0,000 1s ,000 1 da 8,0001 8,0110 1 do 7,OOOIs 7,00 1 do - 6,000 is 6,000 1 do 6,000 is 6,000 : 1 do ' 4,000 Is 4,000 1 do 3.000 is 8,000 1 do - SiOOO it l.Oftn t do 1,000 Ii ,, 1,00(1 100 da 1WO are lA.llOO 100 do ' 60 are ......v. 6,000 Approximation Prlxes . , 4 priietof f A10 approximating to hO,uilOare 11,000 4 do S00 approximating to 90,000 are 600 ,4 do 100 approximating to 10,000 are 400 4 do 8 O approximating to .1,000 are 4 do (6 approximating to 8,000 art 460 - aa " ou appruaiHiaiiiig w . ,uin arc xu 4 , do . 60 approximating to (.OOOare til) 4 ' do 60 approximating to 6,000 art SoO - 4 do 4 8 approximating to s.oooare TWO 4 u do 40 approximating to , 8,000 are ' ISO 4 Aa 80 anproxlraatliigto 8,000 art 12o 4 do 86 approximating to 1,000 are loo 8.000 do 80 are..... 60,000 3,280 Prltet, amounting to 8204,000 Whole TicJbete $10 Ualeet i Quarter t PLAN OF THE I.OTTEItY. ( Thtnumbert from 1 to 80,000, corresponding with thost numben on the Tickets, printed on separate slips of paper, are encircled in small tin tubes and placed in one wheel. The first 818 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are placed in another wheel. The wneeia are men revoiveo, ana a nunmer is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Priie it drawn from the other wheel. The number and Prfte drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audi ence, and registered by the Commlssoners; the Prise being placed against the number drawn. This opera tion Is repeated until all the Prises are drawn out. APFioiiMATioa Pansa. The two preceding and the two succeeding numbers to those drawing the first 18 Prise, will be entitled to the 43 Approximation Prises, according to ne scheme. The 8.000 Priiet of $20 will be determined by the last figure of the number which dnwi theM,OoO. For ex ample, If the number drawing the .VI,0o(l Prise endt wilh No. 1, then all the Tirketa where the number ends with 1 will be entitled to '20 If the number ends with No. 8. then all the Ticketi where tht number ends with 1 will be entitled to ('20, and so on. Certificate of raeKaaee will be sold at the following rates . which Is the risk : Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Ticket! $SO iu nan 4(1 " " 10 Quarter " 80 In Ordering; Ticket or Certificates, Eclose the money to oar address ror the Tickets or dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending la any figure they may deaignste. The Hit of Drawn Numbers and Prises will be sent to purchasers Immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will pleaea write their slgnaturei plain, an:rg.'v their Post Office, County and 8tate. Remember tnai ererj pnao ia urawn, ana pey ble In full without deduction. w- All Pritee of II, Oik) and under, paid Immediate ly after the drawing other Pritei at the usual time of thirty days. ' All communications ihh-mj .....hhki.i, Prise Tickets cashed er renewed in other Tickets at either office. Adilreft orders ror Tlcsets or veriincatea oi t acx- ages of Tickets either to " 8. SWAN a CO., Atlanta, Oa. June S-td-408 er 8. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. Southern Lottery On the Havana flan! Jasper County kadfmy Lottery! jiy AUinoruy f iu vj ireory.a. CLASS V, To be drawn Fehrnary 16. ls.1T, In Publle, at MACOH.OKOROIA. Under the tworn luperlntendence of Col. Geo. at. Lo gan and rr. j. Anurraon, a-sq. Wenrlu One Prie ia Keerw Ten Tickett. 15,000 PICKETS! 1712 PHIZES I Thi. i,tt.rv has only Fifteen Thousand Numbers less than any Lottery In the world I Prises payaoie wmiou, ueaucuon. Mtrttliaut Scheme! 1 rrir. of . tl6,000 1 1 4 S 80 6,000 2,000 1,000 ar 600 ar 100 ar 4,000 8.600 8,000 60,000 12,000 8,600 1,000 1,600 " 0 r ,600 a nnrailmillnn Prise. 20 Approxiinatiout of 1 100 ar 60 . " r 60 " 20 ar 1,7 la Prises amounting lt siOi.Ooo n4iMUa ttf AieAv7(?ee of Ten TU'tMe. whara tha number, end in 1,8, 8,4,6, 6,T, 8, 8,0, sr sold althe followl ng riles, whlcn is tne risa i lO Whole Tlcleu w 10 Hair Ticket! 80 10 Quarter Ticket! 16 It win ba narrelved. by this plan, that for ISO Iht purchaser haa a Certlflcatt of ten tickets, when. If he hnyi lieketa. he would only ret for that sum six wholes. Thus, by buying Certificates he bae four more chances fcr larger prises Halves and Quarter packagei la proportion. not 1 10 llalvet 3 quarter, 3,M. tnb Nnuiai anund Banks takes at oar. flrdara for Ticketi or Certificates of Packages of Tickets Addreaa to JA8. P. WINTER, Manager, Oot lI-ly-481 Macon, Ha. CLOVER 9F.EI. 1 asv new received ny Clover Seed, sn4 sffsr It for silt. . jaa II - - Banuansun. Land Sale to Pay Taxes. T THOMAS STEPHENS, Sheriff and Tx J. Collector of th public taxes for th eonntjt of MoMinn, do hereby report to Court the rollowmg tract ol Laud as having been given In for th taxes for lb years 1864 and 1868: that ths taxes thereon remain due and unpaid, and th owner or elaimant thereof hat no poods or ciiatnee witnio my county on wliioli I esn distraiu for said taxes, to wit t Calvin Post Ons trsct of land, 960 acres, lying in Civil District Ko. 18, valued at dollars tax for the years 1854 and 1856 81,74 each year, making f 8.48; elerk's fee f 10; printer's fe fl,6C; collector's fe $1 total 17,48, Whereupon, it is eontiJertd by th Court that- judgment be and it hereby entered againtt the sforessid trtct of land, in th nam of the Stat of Tennessee, for the sum annexed, being th amount of taxes, eosts and charges due thereon for the years 1854 and 1855, and it is ordered by the Court that th tract of laud, or so much thereof at thall be turlicient to satisfy the taxes, eottt snd charges annexed, be sold at th law directs, and that aa ofder of tal issue. '. . . - Given ander my hand, at office ia Athena, the 2d Monday of December, 1866. JOHN F. SLOVER, Clerk. "VfOTICE. I will sell to th highest bidder, 1 fur cash, at the Court houa door in Athena, on Saturday, the 7th day of March next, the foregoing tract of land, or so much therof as shall be turlicient to psy and tafisfy th cost! and charges due thereon. J. A. CiOULDY, ShertjT McMmhco. Jan 28, I857-3U-435 Chancery Sale of Land. I)UKSUANT to a decree rendered in the Chancery Court at Maditonville, at last term, I will, on the tk day of March, 1857, tell, on the premite. to the highest bidder, on a credit of six and twelve months, the Lsnd conveyed to Samuel Henry by A. D. Gentry on the 10th of September, 1849, by deed, registered in Book 0, pages 128 and 127, containing about 400 acres, oa both sides of Tellico Kiver, in Monroe county, and includ ing the said Gentry's Dwelling House and Outhouses, Gritt and Saw Mill, and Still House. Bond with good securities required of the purchaser. , J. A. COFFIN, C. t Af. Jan iH, 1857-6t-prs fee 13,60-586 a supply Just received, crop of '66, and for sale by 2. Jan .'.' O. W. ROSS. scaoo k AnnoTT. w- C. aooss. EetabUehed in bvMneei in Late of Gallatin, Tenn. Atlanta in ISA1. Seago. Abbott & Co., . GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, mntciAixr roa thi sals or ' TEAWHSHBK HUOUUCE, Atlanta. Veorgla. "" IBERAL tdvtncet given on consignments, either M-A by acceptance or cash. They are also agents for the sale of French Burr and Native Mill Stones, Ksopus and Cologne: Rolling Cloth. Co.. from tht old indwell known firm of Morris A Trimble, Baltimore, Md. Silas 0. Herring k Co's Fire and Barglar Proor Sales con stantly on hand at manufacturers prices. Atlanta, Jan 7, l!-ol It will be teen by the above thst we hare taken Into partnership W. C. Moore, late of Gallatin, Tennessee, and It is witn pieasurs we tnaae tne announcement. We return our sincere thanks to our old patrons for their very liberal patronage, and bespeak for the new firm a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, Siaoo a Abbott. Maryland Lotteries KMC JAI AII1, 1801. R FRANCE k CO., Managers. Drawings conducted under the superintendence of the state pottery uommt.sioner. Prises Paid ata noon a Drawn. A Grand Maryland Lottery ON THE HAVANA PLAN. Grand lonsolidYd Lottery of Md. EXTRA CLAPS '.. To be drawn In Baltimore, Mil., Saturday, Jan. 81,1967. 20,000 .Numbers 1,000 Frlstce! In tlie.e Lotteries every Priu must be drawn by some one, as all the Prises are drawn out ol tne wheel. tWT. H. Hubbaio a Co., art authorised by the Managers to fill all orders. OtuSJIJt, - - lPmeof ..... 142,600 1 ' . 12,3 00 , ' 10,000 j ....... 6,000 j .. ' - - 2,Otp 2 " . 1.800 g " 1,000 189 ' ..- 200 APPBOZIHATION PRIZES. 4 of $160 Approximating. . $42,500 4 of ll0 " ... 12.800 ' 4 of 90 , " 1.000 8 of 80 " , 6,000 8 of 70 ' " 2.00" 8 of 60 1.800 8 of 60 ' 1.000 766 of ' 10 200 1,000 $132,600 Whole Ttctett tl0-7ititw 5 Quarter! J,50. All nrrfera fur tlelteta or nackaget In any of the Ma ryland Lotteries, will receive prompt attention, and the drawing mailed to all purchaaera immediately after It is over. -Address . T. H. HUIIBAK1) k CO., Ko. SV rayetle St., or mi rro. Oct 16-ly-420 Baltimore, Md. Notice, ALL those Indebted to the estate or Barely McOhee, deceased, either by Note or Account, are request ed to call at his late residence in Monroe county, and maka navment. br the 1st of April. 1851. Thost having claim, againtt said estate art authorised to present them duly authenticated. Agent's of Mary K. McOhei, Administratrix. Dee 16, lsSI-tr-Ul I3IIIDGES II OU8E. rilUK above named House, situated within a short JL distance of the Athens Depot, is now open for th reception of travelers. Persons traveling on the F.ast Tennessee and Oeorgla Rail Road, and stopping at Athens, will find this House more conveniently situated than any other. The subscriber pledges himself to uat his utmost exertions to give .attraction and to render .nmUtth!. all who idat favor him with their pairoa- age. Athens, Dee lv-tf-4H0 JA8. 8. BRID0H8. CII.tPMAN, PIKE & CO., lamiTiRS or French, English and German PA.NOY' CrOOSB, And Dealert in Combe, Rrnehee, Button; Linen and Cotton Tnreaa,aemngaui,nuoiiHiM wares, 4T Murray street, ...NEW Y OH K. Dec in-em-4.-v WITill M. COOK1. .:::: tkm N. n,BT, aMlTaU. 0. OOOtMUUtL. lOOhi;, u.uLLi & iv., , HOT HtLI DMA LIRA Iff 33 OOT S, S XX O 33 S, llafe, fans, Hontiri, etc., Kt. 4, Hoatk Hide 1'iMio Hwre, HI ASM VI I. I F., TElf. ORDRR8 carefully tlllsd.and goons promptly ror. warded. Wee 18-ly-M - . Threshers! fWOl'I.D Just larorra all wnowisn to ouy inresners for Ihe coming season thai they should call and give I- ,.!. nr.lera. aa It Is llms they were going on, and that I am prepared to make favorable arragement with all who wish lo buy. 8. K. RKKDIER. Athens, Jan. , 01-ti To all whoui these Present!) may come. Tnr. suhacrlher has to say te all indented to him, either by Note or Account, thst they aiust pay ap Without deity tna. no longer innuiR-rncv can given. He haa recently aaanclated another gentleman in bval. olih him. and II determined his old business shall be squared. If he desired to grant longer indulgence he could not do so in ,u.tlce to him.rlf. Athens, Jan ,1N! wss. n. eauuitn. WM. W. ALEXANDER, HI. D.,' i.. t-wr .g - 1 . I nAVINO removed to ATHENS ror tht purpo.s or practicing Medicine, Burgery, Ohstctrics and Dantal Burgery, may ne louna at nia omce tuieige'l yellow r buiMlIng, near .ne vvurfnuu.v; w aA nia ren in the Weat end of town, known at tht Orlshtm . . ... r i...n 1.. dence home wnen nwpi.iw"-'"'j W. Jones Hicks. ttornoy aa-1 Zj vcr, 8-if nadisonvlll. Tenn. s Jaa X3.XXXt.a3,XMX, llOTJSE, . . V- A . . . rTniautscttieT reaoertrnflr gfves notk-e that I haa his House open for the reception of Traveler. and Boarders. He aires aeeuraac , , . rr .11 wha a,, fa m favor hias with their patronage- JJ . 8.. ARRITT New Pension Lair-War of 1812. THKRC Is now pending before Oongroea a hftl granUn Peasioas t the eoldiert ef the war of ISIS, er Untr widows, which bill will andoabtedly sweonw a law al the present session. Claimant, ander said bill can have their papers arrange": ror preeeuia,n. a kin n... ire calling oa lbs anderslgned previous to the passage ef said bill, sad living panicalari wf ervice. Ofllce opposite Colon Hotel and one dow "nuts wf State Bank. - ak.. j iar1--t Cash pai4 far Land WarranU at Ihe highest market price. Alex. M. Wallace, General Commission Merchant, axo tuiaa i TEaXNESSEE phoduce, Atlanta, Georgia, "WSTILL give special attention to the stle of Bacon, Ur3, Plour, Whiskey, Tobacco, e. Consign. menu respectfully soliciud. Cash orders promptly rg- ecuiee. . Nov 2l-ly-5 STI1L1K0 LAlra SAeSn LAKtm. Formerly Coleman Hon,) Kasxvlllt. Xeanessee. S. & 8). LA "TIER, Proprietors. MR. Stiiuso Liaise, late -of th Lanier Hoase, Macon, Oa., and Stxrwa Laana, late of Tusk. gee, Ala., will be happy M meet an irienas ana custom ers at the Lamar House, whert they have ample ac commodation! for 15 pertont. - Nov T-tf-434 STOKTD'S XXOTJSX1. Uvutti-eaet corner of Public Poare, SPUING PLAt E, GKOItGIA. rTl UK subscriber having removed from Benton, Ten M. nessee, has taken cnarge of the above House, and Is now prepared to accommodate the traveling public. He pledges himself that by attention and a due regard for Ihe comfort and ustet of his guests, Ihey shall be cared for and furnished with the best the c.mn try affords. . Nov SS-tf-iil, .t ..W. W. 8T0NK. JUST RECEIVED , . -" Shalt boxes by 10 Window Olast; 1181b. l'titly; 1 bM. Plaster, Fowler's Solution; ' Balsam Tolu ; Cerste Caiitharidet j Flax-teed ground ; Nut Gulls; Galbanuin strained : Lime Juice; ' Li n I seed Oil-prepared for medical use ; Oil of Rhodium ; Tarient't Appsrieot. IKSTRUMEXTS, Paint Bruthes brassjlied pni ; bound; Earand Teeth Syrin Whits Brittle gr'nd : get glass and metal PA1NT5J. White Lead and Zinc; I Scarlet i A nd many other articles too tedious to men tion. All staple Medicines on band. Not 2!, 1866 . WM. BURXS. 8 oeua IleWitrcl. RUNAWAY from the subscriber, living in MeMinn county, about the 16th December last, a bound boy by the name of .etrfe Knight. All persons are hereby cautioned sgainst harboring said boy. Jan v, 't7-ot"-4tt8 M. B. ruitt r.it. Sow if you would Reap. : TO the Farmers of East Tennessee, West Virginia, and North Georgia and Alabama: Field 8eedi 2000 Bushels of fresh Olover Peed; 600 Bushels of fresh Timothy Seed; 600 Rushels nf fresh Herdsgrasss feed; SOO Bushels of fresh Blue Grass Heed; On the way, and will be sold at low price! for cash. Send on your orders and wt will warrant every bushel to be rittaii aod PUKE. UAUT a MCKIItlthOM. Kuolville.Tenn., November 38-tlmar-42T IP you want a good Ooat or Test, com snd get them of Deo If J HOKTON. IJICKr.1.8, Cheese, Bods Biscuits snd Oysters, at . Deold HOKTO.N'S. raHE btst stock of lists and Capt In the town, at JL Dee HOKTON '8. A LARGE stock of Boots and Shoes, low dmtn. at JA. Deo HOKTON 'U. T-TAOW FOR A I.E. A good Two Horse WW Wtgoo and Harness for sale low try Deo ID . r .8. K. REF.DKR. s COAR, Coffee, and Molasses, just received and for tale by Jane eauuan a tiuKflaui. RPPKR, Bplce, Ginger and Boe, Jut opened and for sale by Jan eKitoita a lluillvBiil TIOOTS and Shoes. A large assortment of JLJ) Boots andahoes Just received and for sale low ror cash. Jan BUIOItN k HOKNBIIV. s PICFO and Fresli Os atera. Just srrlvcd and for sale. Jan p. BKllOilM a llOUNHUr. A U.S. A general assortment on htnd tnd for salelow, by IJan BKUOKN a iiOKnanr. STIAI.Tl Salt! 60 Barrels King's Salt received 3 and I for tale at62x els. pur bushel, barrel included, hy UeeitiJ v.. u. tiumun uu, T EATIIF.Il. A large lot of Northern and Ii Country Tanned Sole and Upper Leather for sale by Dec 19 W. 0. HOKTON k CO. 10 BOXES 8 by 10 Window Glass for sale by Dec 10 W. O. HOUTON CO. rr you want A No. 1 Chewing Tobacco call at L Deo 1 . . HORTON'8. Ir yoa hive any ready Cash thai you want to give for Goods, or In aelllement of Accounti, don't fail to call and dispose of It at W. G. HOKTON k CO'S. ADIE8 Cloaks, Talmas and Shawls, at i Dee HORTON'8. S A tVr. 16 Bags coarse Salt; 66 " Bite " Just received, in good oondilion, and for sale Nov 18, 1866 HcKWKN k OII.I.KgPIE. c OFFEE On hand and for sale by Nov 91 WM. BURNS. CIOSFECTIOIWAHIES. A fresh tupply of J Confectlonarles Just received by Nov U BEI10RN A HORNBDf. c IIEESE. A lot of English Dairy and Pint Ap-' pie Chees. Also, Crackers Nov 14 DEHORN A H0RN8BT. UISIlVl,Hgs and Prunes fresh Just received and for sale. NovUJ 8EII0RN A II0RN8BT. PITOI,AHV.- new supply of Oolt'i Re Dealers and Allen's Revolvers lust received and for sale by Nov 14 BEHORN A HOItN.BY. WATt 1IF.S, Jewelry, Arc A new and large assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Adjust received, which will be told al low ritei fur prompt pay, by Nov 14 8EU0RN A HORNSBV. fOVN, Toy. An unu.ually large asssortmsnt X of Toyt, at Nov 14 J BKI10KN A HORNBY'S. f1IA1I8) and Tehaere.-A Bne assortment J of Cigars, and a lot of the best oualily Chewing Tobacco, by Nov 14 8EH0IIN A HORNSBt. c I.OTIIIG. A large stock of Ready-Made Clothing, Just received an mi saie y- -ISA A. CLEAGB A CO. OCI84 BOOTH AND aiOEi.--A tplendld aatort ment of Boott and Shoe, received and for sal b, octM ' A- CLEAGE A CO. GItorFlllFS.Ju.t received, large lot of Sugar, Coffee, and Uverlng's Steam Kenned Byr up all or them of the very beat quality, and will be sold at low at any In market (of at god quail ly) for ...... twt ur unja ' cash, by octal MEAT Culler and Bluffer. Just re J a line assortment, al from four lo twelve dollars itch, and for sale by oct21 0. W. ROSS. . fl'OBACi'O. All the favorlta brands, such at M. Penn's. Gold Leaf, Eldorado, aod Small Ping, Just received aod for sale by oct 81 G. W. ROSS. tSAlslnar f'lolha. NUMBERS 4, 6, , 8, and le, en hand and for sals. Oct.6,'64 McEWKN a OII.I.EBPIE. I1APKII II A "f I KG. A Itrge lot,luttbl L lor Halls, Parlor, At., for sal. Oct 10, '64 McEWEN A GILLESPIE. B OOT". eihoe)aIlalaaCarjr-Just re ceived by acp. av u. rr.nuoB, - PfJjnPCIIAINand Fl In mat also, Grind tlont futures and Boring .Machines Just racelv d by sept. 4 - G.W.ROSS. UF,AIVTI Alr; STi.es s in .. just re ceived, t large lot of Over-Coate, Business-Goats, Pants and Vests, and for silt cheap by 0. W. ROSS. LL person! who have unsettled accounts with at L prior to the lit January,68, art requested lo call I closethe same. ' A. CLEAOE A CO. a ..a Athens, Aug , 'to ,-vTirp w . err n a a., ia jV is yaart of age, wanted lo learn tht Moulding Business. Apply slllit Atheai Poandry. July It VIJF.OAn. Two barreli good Applt Vinegar on hand and for tall low, by e n ttrt. .n u . . . . JOneil n.w.nvniun W. Straw C'uttera, Ac Corn Ac Cok Crusher. JfHT reoel red, a lot ef these telibrtte -Methlaei, from lh manufactory of Millar, Wtogal A Cv LealtvtlU, Ky. Ctllo4 emlaiea. . . lor sale ey l""' 'l . w. rr. uucb, ageui. F LARK'S ' 'Celebrated Flowing Milt GRINDIKO and Bolting at a ine!t opera tion. s inch StoDt fries $750 will tura ent 60 Lbla. per day. to iaeh 8ton t - tV I0""'" .ura out 40 bbl. per day., 1 ' J, Ma'" lh" . ruoct ampl. do . rahl and compact, rwquirinr lets yower, lea , attention, and makes a larger yield aaJ bet- , ter quality - of Flour, thaa a.y othes ia us or . for sal. Milli esn U tee a raouiua st Kioirs ton. - - Walo maniifactnr a very uprior Corn nil Feed Mill upon th sam principle ' - If any roan will furnish m th power to that I can rtiu a Si inch ptillev 660 timet a minnu, with 8 inch band, I will pat ap th Mill and run it 80 day if b will furnish m as much Wheat as I esn grind la that time, at fl per bushel aad take the Flour at 86 par barrel, 1 will girt bira th Mill for th net J profit, after paying for th Wheat and all th ! espenses of running, and leave the Mill ia as good repair at it was at th beginning. - Address TH0& B. WoELWER, - ICinoiton, lYnn. ' References a to respontibility : Athene, Chattanooga, and Kingston. Uf" Tli above Mills can also be pnroliattd ' of C. L, KING, Jiiceville, 7enn. Jan 18, lgjf-ly-484 Valuable Property for , Sale.. I AM offering for sal tny home place a very detirabl property consisting of ' about 80 acres of ehoic Land, in good eon i dition on which there ar s comfortable and roomy Dwelling House, Kitchen, Smoke houte, good Barn snd Stable, Ac, and a selection of choice bearing Fruit Trees. , Alto, 160 acret of Land.iitiiate In tli West (id of MeMinn county; an unimproved Lot -in the town of Charleston, Bradley county, adjoining the Rail Road Depot Lot; and number of unimproved Lot aittiat between the town of Athena and the Kail Uoed Depot. ' Termi to b agreed npon. A.D.KEYES.' Athana, Jan 16, 1867-tf 13 i Valuable Property for Sale 'lllE subicriber, desirous of returning to X the mercantile bueiuen, oners for talt hi present retideoe in th tuburbs of Athens, and about 4QO Aorea of Xja.x3lc1 the aiott of which it in the immediate neigh borhood of town: Th Dwelling Hous is Urge end commodious, and moat desirably shunted, and th greater portion of th Laud is good and well adapted for farming purpo ses. Any person desiring to purcliss can obtain a bargain by applying aoon. Term made accommodating. S. K. KEEDER. Athens, Dec. 6, l86A-tf-4'i8 Chancery Court at A then. I'olly Lowry, by her next friend, William Lowry, junior, ' vt William Lowry, senior, Margaret W. Nile, J. W. J. Milts, Charles M. McQhe. Msry K. McGhee, Bet tie MoQIiee, Ann MoUlitt, Martraret Mcflhee, Jnn. McGhe, Lavenia MvOhee and Mary McGhee. Amended Hill IN this cans it appearing from ths hill that Bettie JlcOliee, on of th respondent in aid cause, it a non resident of the State of Tennessee, it it therefore ordered that publica tion be made in the Alhent Poet, a newspaper )Ulilitlied in th town ol Allien, MeMinn Co., rennetsee, fur four tncceaiiva weeks, requir ing the said Bettie McGhee to appear at our next Court of Chancery, to be liolden in th town of Athena aforesaid, on the 8d Monday of February next, and plead, anawer or de mur to th eoniplaiuant ' amended bill filed against her and othert in taid Court, or th am will be taken ns confessed at to her and set for hearing accordingly WM. lAlnKi, U. it M. Jan 16, 1 857-4 t-pn fee (3-434 Sale of Land and Negroes. : ON Saturday, th Slat day of February, 1867, at the Court house door in Atlieni, I will tell to the hi client bidder, at publio outcry, 204 ACRES OF LAND, devised by the late Jaekton Smith to th children of hi daughter, Harriet W. Grills, now dteeated, and upon which Thoiuat J. Grills and his family now reside. Also, at tha earn lime nd place, two MCGROE-S, Bettie and her child. Sold by order of MeMinn County Court, for distribution amongst th children and heir of said Harriet W. Grille, dee'd. Tubus: 10 per eent. cash balance on a credit of tix, twelve and eighteen months. Bond and seourity will b required fur th unpaid purchase money. WILLIAM UEUKUK, ' Cleric of if c Minn County Court. . Jan 1, 1867-td-pn fe f 5,60-484 Negroes for Sale. BY virtu of a deere of th Clinnetry. Court at Athens, Tenn., there will b ' told on Saturday, th 14th day of February next, at the Court house in Athens, MeMinn county, to the highest binder, for cash, a lot of LIKELY YOUNG NEGROES, consisting of a woman (a good eook, washer, 4o ,) aged about 29 years, and six children nvs boys sued respectively about 14,12, 10, 7, and 6, aiid a girl aged about 8 years. Also, a stout likely man, teed about 22 year. A likely young woman or two may be told at tha sam time. Bam negroes are recommenaea st mea ly and waluabi servants, and ar to be told nlone for the purpose of discharging the In debtedness of the estate of th lata Col. Wm. P. II. McDermott, deo'd. fertont desirous of Durohaaing exotllent family and douiettio servants would do well to attend. . . , , J. B. COOKE, . , i. j J. F.. MoPEltMOTT, Adm'rt of HI P. If. McDermott, dee'J. Jan 9, 1857-td-438 , f Land, Town Lots, and Negroes' - - . , i VH BAL.K. . , Lsrkin Butrum and wife Rebecca, vt. Granville Williams and wife Margaret, form-. erly Margaret Hamilton, Martha J Hamil ton, Mary A. Hamilton, Nsrciata C Hamil ton, .In met II. Hamilton, and Samuel U. Hamilton, lieiti at-law of Robert W. Ham ilton, deo'd. IN obedience to an interlocutory deer rendered at th lait term of the County Court of Meigs county, Tennessee, mad at the January term, ihut, l win, on l-riyay, tn 27th dav of February next, offer for tal. at th Court houte door in the town of Decatur, Tennessee, the following detcribed Lsnd. Town Lots, nd Negroes, of which the ssid Robert W. Hamilton, dec l, tiled, scued ana possessed of, in Meigs county, to wit: On Hundred and Twenty Acres, in th third rantre: Wett of th meridian, tecond fraction al township, thirty third section; tha West half of tha North east quarter, and Forty Acres off the Weat hall oi mid quarter; and alto the following Town Lott in th town of Decatur, to wit: Loll Not. 49, 60, 54. 61, 65, 78, 74, 76 and 79, and th following Negroes, slaves, to wit: Reuben, aged alwrnt 40 year, Amy, Ke bul -s 7,mrK Charlei, aged about 15 yaart, Simon, aged about '11 years,' Sandy, aged about 1 years,, and Pbillii, aged bout 6 yean. Th sam will b anld on a credit of one and two years, in equal inttsl ments. except tht tnm of one-third of al th ' purchase money, which will b rquird to be paid down, and not with approved seen rity for th remainder, bearing interest from data and a lien retained upon th land and town Iota forth unpaid purchase money. .. . i. A. JIUWSll.lt, C I STAT, J'er N. J. LiLLaao, , C. Jan 16, 1857-t-pr fe 111-484 Notice. HAVING tiiggetted th lnsoIvncy of lh stat of Isaac Hioks, deeAad, to tha Judgof lh County Court oi Monrot county, Tenn., ll pertont having oUimt agsintt said eitat ar hereby notified to 61 th sam with ths Clerl of th uounty mttrt of rain ...,,ni v an or bifort tbs 1st dsy of July next. duly authenticated at tbs lw directs, or th lam will be barred. JAJ1W A. bilAKI', AJni r. Jan 18, 18J7-4t-4S4