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,. .it ... .. . . ? ' J . .1 f.'l ' V, .ay I. ... THE DOCTOR'S LOVE. . A IIOISD Or IAIT TB.1NKMKK. . . , 'Wrlttt for Um foil.) Th tombrom thidetof twilight wtr eat Upon rlrer, forest tnd dsll, when I dismount d from my hart after a long rid. Hungry tnd tird, I toon finished th repttt whloh hid been prepared for torn tltn io anticipation of my arrival. I M about doling upon a suggestion of torn member of the family, to ietk eorae re pot myself, at all thou who were not watch log the wok child had or war preparing to Visit th lethesn ptlao of 8omnut, when a sot wae pieced In my hand, containing th request that I should Immediately proceed to th bone of an acquaintance, some twenty , railee distant from the place wher I was ex pecting to spend th night, to meat in oon aultation with a brother phyeioian, at hie own desire a request eeldurn refused by a loyal disciple of Esoultpius. The boy who brought the-note, not having found me at home, had performed so long a Journey In quest of me that he thought it ex pedient, if not, absolutely necessary, to re main at th hospitable mansion whers he had succeeded in accomplishing his mission until he hail refreshed hlmrelf and horse with food nd rest. As I was thoroughly acquainted tilth almost every pathway In the broken re gion of country through which the road I do- aigned traveling led, 1 offered no ohjeotion to the arrangement made by the messenger, but immediately ordering my horee, eet out on my nocturnal Journey, at my friend had urged the necessity of dispatch. I had not pro seeded more than six Or eight miles when the orescent moon, whose silver sheen had prom ised to afford me a pleasant light, was ob toured hy the thick masses of dark porten tons eloudt which a violent South wind Ji-ove rapidly across the oerulean and star-spangled canopy of the heavens. Soon the darkness became to great that it was with difficulty my horse diecerned the narrow pathway whioh led through one of the densest woodlands in East Tennessee. The threatening storm quick ly bunt forth with a violence unprecedented in my recollection. Tcmfio gust of wild winds shrieked, like demons mad, through the bending, creaking forest, which teemed to groan with very agony at the loss of her fall n tons. Thunderbolts, preceded by loud crashing reports, unequalled by the simulta neons discharge of a thousand wide mouthed batteries, illuminated at intervals with a tran aient biilliancy my pathway, exhibiting here and there the fallen and uprooted trunk or the huge limbs wrested by the atrong winna from the giant and most grown oaks. Then fell the big drojis of rain faster and yet faster. They fell until the cnmmingl-d and con centrated clouds seemed iinm-ini noon the earth one mighty and continuous stream of water, wnirn, nmngevrry gorge of the moun taint, rushed in foaming torrents to join the waters of the slugtiis.li Holston. forming im portent tributaries to the memorable freshet of 18. - There are tome moment in the existence of individual! when the soul is occupied br a mystio and inexplicable emotion, the wild throbbing, of which produce an intoxicating though atoicnl feeling, which enables the mind, through the avenue of the external senses, to contemplate without dismay dan gers more appalling than those which sur rounded me. Such a moment was this. The etartled and almost aralvied soul was filled with a vague, uncertain. "vet awful dread presentment it may have been though there . was nothing tangible or definite in the ten ation, whit-h rendered me indifferent alike to falling timber, the swollen and rapid streams of water my horse so bravely breasted, and the red winged lightnine that shattered the aneient pine which had defied the storms of an Hundred winters! Suddenly rousing from me irtuargy mat wat almost Insensibly , stealing over me, "onward" I shouted, as I atruck the spurs into the flunks of my noble eteed. Notwithstanding the reckloee speed with which I rode the last five miles, it must have been midnight when I reached my desti nation. Throwing the rein of my bridle to the old ostler who met me at the gate I entered the hull the lights were not extin guished. 1 heard busy footsteps, I paused to divest myself of my wet overcoat, when the attending physician met me and observ ed, ''It is almost over." Silentlv, unquestion ed and unquestioning, I entered through the doorway nir companion opened and approach ad the eouon or the invalid, who was astran ger returning to t he plaoe of her nat ivity from a visit to that beawiful land of the tun, where bloomt' the oiange grovea and the golden and lusoious fruits ripen each month in the year; where the thousand joyoussong atert of brilliunt plumage eweetly warble each hour of the day ; where, too, a thousand bright and perpetual flowers render fragrant the zephyr that piny in th air. Kind friend accompanied her on the journey, now but three days distant to her Nort hern home, where expectant Jiearts hopefully and loving ly awaited the gladness of her return, when she wat suddenly stricken with a malady, the fatal termination of which no earthly skill could avert. Truly had the Dootnr said "it it almost over " The dark winged messen ger had indeed preceded me though, as if lothetoseparateihebriglitgemfrom its beau tiful easement, he wat slowly unloosing the silver cord of life. Kever could time efface from the memory of the beholder the expression of ineffable aweetnesa that dwelt in the beauteout coun tenance of the fair young being, whose eande of life were waning fast as the flickering light of the expiring lamp whose oil is burned out. The gating angels might have tinned not if, forgetting her mortality, I hey wondered at the presence of dentil, while they waited to eondiiot the new born spirit to the skies. She knew not me but at I he cpeechleei stranger from whose drenched garments the drops of th storm clouds yet dripped. Hopeleesly I gazed at the mysterious power of death which was irfevitably bearing away the bright Ideal of my young life. I dared not ask her, whose fair hand when wanned by the throbbing f ulte of life I had never pressed wilh the ender grasp of friend hip or love, for one fond look. The speaking eyet grew bright at the dailing splendor of immortality, for a golden moment rendered invisible the gloomy f resence of death. A gleam of heavenly ight played on th lovely features of the dying girl. While the clear tilverly tones of her musical voice told of the h.ippy union of souls in a new and immortal life, a thnll of lectric joy startled my bleeding heart. My ager soul listened to the last cadence of the tweet voioe. "The chain waa broken I" A aitter and a brother wept at only a loving aister and brother weep for the death of a loved and loving tister. Yea, the tears of dear affection bedewed the couch of Lilly. But a strange, mysterious, and tearless grief wat minemore agonising than that sorrow whioh wrung the broken hearts of the weep ing friends, who had lost the most precious treasure that friendship or affeolion aver bald at pale and tad, yet silent, I gated up on the beautiful corps. The marble features retained that tprstion of ineffable tweet Best. , The smile that death eonld not take way, whioh told of expectant bliss, of Joys unutterable, lingered yet. How binned I to traverse the tpaue through which her bright tpirit bad been wafted. Did Lilly indeed behold the wistful look of the tad and tptschles stranger, who silenily sorrowsd by her dying couch t Mid Heaven decree that only ill death 1 should behold the mainlilsu charms of my tpirit bride that in unison with her spirit my soul might h rilled with a passion uuprotauad by unhallowed lip or carnal desire, pure as the celestial lov of man befor th fall, when th immaculate Eve, r the fatal temptation, with gentle and irresistible grace walked the tole and virgin queen of earth, leading her majestic lord through th lovely bowers of Eden I 1 When on th anniversary of that dread nigntor my tours agony, of dark despair and new found hope, of much sorrow and yet un speakable gladness, I visit the long forsaken room in the now tenantlett house where my Lilly I first beheld and lost and found again! kind old Somnus never refines to em duct me into the pleasant country of hit eldest and princely ton, Morpheus, where my blithe and beautiful Lilly always awaits me with the same Ineffable smile as of Tor the a-reett roe and together w rove the dowry fields of sunny Hops, wnicn we enter tnrongn tue blossoming garden of Faith. We commune not of the past, for dark are its shadows, but with a smile of Joy Lilly often points to the bright splendor of a d tilling light in the dis tant future, far beyond the eontinee of this dark, rugged world of tin I At each anni versary brings ns nearer the increasing tplen dor of the heavenly radiance, brighter and more beauteout is the ineffnble smile nf my Joyous Lilly. Wis-.fully do 1 long for the In tervening ditl tnct lo be trnvereed, until the shadows of the material disappear, that I may gain the all alisorbing influence of that eeleatial light emanating from that bright world where my tpirit Lilly dwells I Such It the story of the Dootnr't love at it it tupposed to have been related to the only person, long sines dead, with whom he was vr known to have had any familiar commu nication after the night of the storm. Hence we have been necessitated to oompile it from the legendary traditions prevalent in a wild and pioturesqua region of country in the mountains of Kastern Tennessee. There are tome persons yet living who recollect the singular, though rarely gifted being, of whom they love to recount wild and improbable tales to the listening group of youthful audi tort, who draw clnse to the granting Bre while the wintry wind, shriek through the tall trees around their mountain homes. Yes,' there are those living woo remember the terrible storm, and the Heath of the beautiful lady, who the nredulous neighbors thought mutt have brought th disease (though of altogeth er different nature to that of which she was supposed to have died,) that within twelve months tiniriestrovd manv of the neiirbhora together with every member of the family of the "Great House ereoted at much oost by th gentlemanly old Virginian who was th proprietor nt the time of the Doctor' visit to th dying stranger. The mansion ttood in one of the most romtntia retreat! on the American eontisent; and which the super si i lion of the simple people into whose hands the property fell, after the death of the la mented family for whom it was built, sup posed to be haunted. And possibly the an nual visit of the strange being who spent one night each year under Hr moss-grown roof, may have in no degree lessened the convio tion on their priinilve minds, and which In duced them to be oontent in rude aoitnges more than a mile distant from the deserted halls of "the old castle," as It was culled, suffering its neglected grounds to go to waste, long before the crnr.y Hr. Stephenson Bell grave was tupposed to have let it on fire to make hie own funeral pyre. This tragical termination of the Doctor's life is only con jectural however, as no bones have been die covered where the old castle wae burned to the ground whioh could be identified as those belon ing to the Doctor, though many an antiquarian ginins is possessed of bones appa rently much burned, purporting to have been digged up at the identical spot of ground where was the corner of the verv room which the strange young lady is supposed lo have ocoupied when the entranced, while breath ing her Inst, the Dootor, but the scrutinizing examination of a comparative anatomist would generallythow them to have belonged io (juaarupea ae large as an ox. REKLAW. Athens, Tenn., Feb ltUh, 1857. ft?" The Liincnaler correspondent of the New York lli-ruld aenda it the following plausible paragraph th accuracy of which the future only can teal: "It now le ike out tlmt the recent visit o' .Mr. Buchanan lo Wnahinctoii had other ob jecta than that of obtaining information lip. on tne aunjtvl in me -fectmn ut proper per ton for l.'nbinet appointment. One wna to enter bin protest nginat the ratification of the Central American treaty, which lie la moat iimiiiatakubly opposed loin nil its mure p omiiunt feature Tho tending of tbia trinity in a committee was in part the work of Mr. Buehnnnii, who baa thus vindicated ble course upon Central American ntfaira. The Hinoham Tbaordv Verdict, dj-c The Coroner's Jury rendered a verdict " I'hut (iiirduer died by while arsenic, administered by hie wife." At noun Mrs. Gnrdn.r dined nl tho Union House lit tho public table, with thirty or forty others, and nil appeared wholly unconcerned. The community it full of rumors concerning tbia at range alf ir, one of which ia, that for some time prior to the death of her husband, Mrs. Gardner had been in the habit of tending rare dishes and dainty aweelmeaU to the wife of the man with vtlioiii ahe lint been un such intimate term, and it la darkly hinted tlmt it was her in ten tion lo poison one other person this man's wife and then lo marry him. fcr""The Washington correspondent of Ilia Riihuund Enquirer, speaking of the compo sition of tho new Cabinet, says: "The effect on parties In re.nnd eapecinlly upon the South, will beeomea matter of grave concern. There enn be no doubt tlmt there ia a pnaatibility of a formidable Democratic opposition in the Senate, it Democratic principle or men hns lilo to the traditionary policy of the party lire put forward to control the government." There I ome doubt then whether the new ailtuinistriitioii will have a penvelul and fair weather cruise! Mutinitt and tlorint are threatened. Well, we ahull tee. Cli.v eland, Feb, 21. Cyrus F. True ia under ureal ul I'aillsville for w indllni' the Geugo bunk, he ha been doing a large uusi naa went nud tuuih-west, by deapnaiiig of drolls draw li by Brick til Rochester in a house in New York. He hud raised from 8:100,00.1 to J01I,UOO all over the country. Chicaqii Feb. li. I he new Odd Fellow' Hull ut Dubuque, Iowa, fell in on Saturday, Inconsequence of lhe accumulation ol ice und anow upon the topTof it S. S. Foot and wife, who were in the building, were instant ly killed. Loaa, 40,000. A I'araqkaph abuut Royalty. The Einprets n Aimtrm iangain "interesting." T he Sultan ol T'uki y ha given illo be un derslood Hint he wialiea no lunger to be ad dressed ulticiully ut the fSuhliiue I'orte, but lia-'Hit lliglineN,llis Sultan." W shall endeavor to recollect. Queen Victoria ex pects lo Increase tiie Royal luuilly io th sur ly spring. . ' J-" No iess llian tell bridge are already built, proj. tied, or in process of Construction across tue Mississippi river ul various place above St. Louis. fcy Wliile iii lyewistnn, siye Hie Maine Evangelist Mr, Benton, ill allusion to his life, remarked that he "waa walking upon the broken urches of life, and was liable to slump through nt any luouietiL" Bosulllul all but Hie "slum" Niw Yung Feb. ill. Cotton hat advanc ed te. Hubs ol fl.0011 linles ut ISJ lor .Mid rilluu. Urlcaut slid lo vents Jur Upland. Flour Him. Com 76c. . Mf '!') returns of lbs Iowa election ahow that Fremont bent Uuohunnn in lluch anan county, while Buchanan beat Fremont In Fremont county. Ball Ootao in Nr. Yoitn. Th Nw York News says that at the ball of the Light Uuiirdt nt the Academy of Music, on Thurs day availing, Indies misted bracelet and orna uientt from their peraont, snd II was ascer tained that there a ere tliievet around, oat of whom was etpied In th act of stealing from a lady, a Mist Clarence of Charleston, and upon being arrested and searched, one of th missing bracelets wat found In his pocket He was marched to the eighteenth ward sta tion huuan. A Mr. Uuls V. Ponaonby of (jvorgiu,liiid a gold aatch stolen from him at the sain bull. At the above bull lliure were ten generals, fifteen colonels, and thirty seven majors, &.c. On of the pickpocket was dressed In th uniform of an "officer in Wal ker' army." He Was walked off. An Et.oqtnaT 1'assaok. Sume of th po litical friends of C. C. Crowe, Eq., of Ten nessee who, it will be recollected, visited (his portion of tbu Stale of Alabama, to wards the clos of Inst canvass ree ntly presented him with I valuable QoU Watch, aa a testimonial of their appreciation of his services on the stump. In his reply to the donors, the following eloquent passage oc curs: "The lifs of a pullt clan ia an arid watlej with but rarely a reviving sight of gushing waters and blushing flowers, ills heart sooner or Inter must bronze or break. Sonic lime the sunshine smiles on him, mid fills hit bosom with a AVeling happiness.. These times, though, lire the exceptions to the general rule they are the days of the Arctic Regions; short, gleaming and isolated the brighter because they lire brief, and shine on eternal snows; anil are succeeded and preced. d bv nluio-t perpetual night So w ill this day be marked in my political Calendar; one of the very lew, to which lean revert, after bidding politic farewell forever, wilh emotions of unmiugled pleas ure. It i a benutiliil trait in htitnnn na ture, says th New Orleans Creole, to con sign to oblivion the frailties and errors of the dead. He who holds the principle, and strives to maintain it against the evil promp tings of a heart embittered by personal or political nntngoniain, Is ennobled in the sight ol Heaven and of man. To triumph over inanimate c!ny; to deride or anathematise the memory or drag out from the grave the real or fancied misdeeds of the silent sleeper, ia the work of a demon, within the dark chum bers of whose hyena-like heart that divinity, which stirs lo noble Impulses, has taken its flight, Gerald .Mnssey, in one of his heroic lyrics, says if we probe the human heart to the cure, wo shall find in it "Mors ot Anjsl thsn of Devil." This we believe; yet the exceptions are some limes so monstrously Satanic, that It draws greatly upon one' charily and philos ophy to keep the feeling intact. Reward for a Murokrkr. The Sheriff ol this county hati received n cominiiiiiuiiioii from (tallatiu, Miss, stating tlmt a reward of i,ouu win tie given lor the nrr. at of n man mimed m. H. Rainwater, who it is alleged, committed the cold bloudi d and unprovoked murder of James East, nt Cat vville, Miss., on the 4th of Novemlier la-l. Rainwater is between 30 and 40 years old; 5 feet, III inches high, slender built, and stoops slightly for ward. His eyes are grey nud very restless, naa ours ornwii nair unit sanity or grizzly oeaia. wnen Inst heard Iriuii he Went by the name of Wilson Port Tobacco Time. RAtt.noAU E.irKKrmsK. 'ne Chattanoo ga Gazette Buys the people of Sequatchie valley are ngllnting the question of building a Railroad from I'ikeville to a suitable con nection with the Memphis aiid Charleston I'.xtenaiun Road, in Marion county. A pub lie meeting will be held ut I'ikeville on tire 6th of.Mnrch next, to tuke aouieuclion on the proposition. Artless Womkn. Men are uotattme.ted by highly polished women, so much as by truly natural and artless women women sufficiently educated to speak and writ accurately, and sufficiently childish not to d apise common things. EjgrThe Norway Maelstrom, which ha figured sn long, on nil the maps, and aodeep ly excited our boyish im iginutioii, is now said to have no existence in reality, A Dan ish Cutniiiision, sent out for tho purpose of examining il, having not been able to Hud it, alter s d.iug over mid over its reputed locality, A Wild Woaua in Alabama The Jef- leriouian, published at Linden, Murengo county, Ala., says: "Our town has been thrown Into quite a state of excitement within the Inst two davs by rumor that a wild Woman has been dis covered among the hills about six miles ot this place. hen discovered by some hunts men she was concealed uuioiig some brush mid run hastily away on their approach This is, we believe, the first instance of a wild person being seen in Alabama, mid with the exception ol Hie wild man said to have been seen s. uiie where in the south purl of Arkansas, is me only instmioe we remember to have heard of." Oddities in Politics. The Democratic Press in the Middle Slates geneislly nre de fending ih protective ad valorem duty on Iron. The New York "News" join in with the Philadelphia "Petinaylvaiiiaii" in decrying nny change or reduction. There Is now a Very protective Tariff feeling running nmong the Middle and Eastern State Democracy. White Trelh. Perfumed Ifrralh, and BsiurircL CoarLSXlON can be acquired by using llie "Bulmofa 7'AoiMUfUf FloVHr4." Whsl lady or fen tlsiasa would remain under the eurse of s disagrees ble breath, when by using the "IIalm or A Tuuceaso Flow she" ss s dentifrice, would uot only muter It sweet, but leave Itis teeth whits ss slabsslsrf Many persoas do not snow their breath Is bad, and the sub ject is so dslloste their frleails will aever nieuttoa It. Uewsrs or counterfeits. He sure escn Dottle is slgaed fEruiuoit co., jr. r. tor sale by ill DrogfisU. fab. ST-ly-sotr-HO COMMERCIAL, Atlsxntex market Atlasta, Feb. St. We refer you to the following quotations of leading srticles of T-rnuessee Produce i Baoos, hog rouad, tlo) olesr sides WHU Mo: rib sides in a Hot h-tnis 114 liot shulilers ilia ll'Xo. Lakh, lo bbls. lstfc, kegs 18o tlnosns 10. Ftucs, ".10 O M D hundred In bbs. sod sacks, lor Sood sunerfliie to extra fsailly. Cobs, sseksd, Silo. at, tie. FSArarssM. Uaisp Psacsss, IK j Dtiss Arm.ss,l,lii a l,tt. basts Am.st iA t0. Osttls, na fool, 6 Q To. Very rospeetfully, BEADO, ABBOTT 00., Co imluio iltrohanU, dtlunla, (ia. Aosobta, Feb. SS. Hsrewilh Snd statement of Sur Produoe msrkel. BaOOS. hot round HIS OTA ISO. stock InoraaAln-: liama Ha l8o; sides II K4 ltoi shouldsrs III H'Xo. Lasd ISM SI iSc.eod susroe. Ones St A SSo. USAL.BDM no. Oats so S too. Btoos Psas toe A 11 Wssat, JU a !. tor red, sad !,t lis for while. Fumis T.To A 8 for sspsrSns, snd 8.B6 A $e for sxtrs fsailly. V bhl. Fsatssss -tart til. Mo ehaagofa oiber arildi. BeiTta sosree si to a too. svurs, very sruiy, -I. A. ANSI.tT, OesisUsiCea owrf fmiuot JsVcAu,, sack ftut-ject th Ttstlnsrar at Womsa sbsuld be eosslasive. , . New Tost, A-ttiisti.lt(ll. Mrs. Chile, lo. ttY fcVeosd street, bellevlag her ehlld, sbosl three t esrs eld, to be troobled with worme, purrhssed one settle of lr. j'lant't OrlebmUd Fee ,(u(7, prepared hyFlstoln- Bros., Pittsburgh, Ps., sad f!le It two Iss-snsoasrol, which hud the sffct of east nt the ehlld St dUohsrg s Isrge somber or wanes. Theehlld Is sow enjoying g-wsj health. We would s vis sit psrsriu who may sospeel their children lo be trouble with worms Ss loss as ttsie, but Immediately purohsee snd triialatoter 1H M'Lane's Celebrated Ver mlfugs. It will euro. The money will be rorusdod la til esses where ft does not give sstlifsctlon. f-tjs-porohasere win bo esrsfal to ask for Ds.M'Lass-I CtirsBATsB Vsaslrcos, msnarsctored by Flbmis Bbos, of Piittbargh, Ps. All olhsr Vvrmlfiig. s Is eon-part soa sr worthless. Or. M' Una's ginalns Vermlnm, slso, his oelebraled Uver Pills, esn now be had st sll re spectable drug stores. Noiugnuint without tie nta natunt (18) FLBMINO BROS. niarrted. On Mis lfth Inst, by tin Rev. T. L. Rovl, Mr. Sas'l Osioa to Miss Jasb Dolbs, sll of this soaiity. May Oupld's golden sod mysterl- as chain Forever btad Sam's heart to Ja- e, Aad llesvon's richest bltsstng, smite , Brer oa the path of thee and thin. IHUDTJOBTJ RATES OF FREIGHT PanH CtaarlcatoB) at Savannah ta Knoxvllle, ANo"ALL Tilt STATIONS ON TH1 JEtut Temune M llrtrgta Rati Road. Firtt C7at. Piano Fortes. Books, Stsliontrv. Boots, Shot and Hats, Liquors. Oils' Ao. (lo bottles,) Cainphene and Bplrits Turpen. tine fin barrels,) Carpelinp;, China, Gins and Glassware, Ciuars(in cases.) Clocks, Confeotionaries, Col ton Cards, Cutlery (in esse,) Cask and Boie. Dry Good (in boxes and bales,) Druirs, Fruits, Fruit ' Treee and Shrubbery, Furt, Garden Seeds, Looking Glassesaml Uoking Glass Plates (at owner's riskj fjvsters (ial cant tnd jars.) Saddlery, Tin and Brittsnis vVare, Tens and Spices, Georgia and South Car olina Domestics, . . . per 100 lba, l,u Second Clan. Hardware, eioept such as specified In first and third o lasses. Coffee Mills, Ma chinery. Foreign Liquors (in barrels and pipes.) Tohaeco (in boxes.) Leather (in rollt and hnxoe.) Oils (in barrels and oaske,)loekery and(neensware(in crates and onsks.) Kite, Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Brass and Copper. . . per 100 lbs., 1,00 Third Cla.,. Axes. Shovels, Spad-s. Sod Irons, Zinc and Tin in pigs, Tin Plate. Anvils Vices. Casks of Chains and More, Manilla and , Cotton Cordage, CoflVe, Heavy Castings, Mill Genriug. Rail Road Wheel and Asles, Chairs and Mpike and Rosin (in barrels,) per 100 lba, $0,80 Sptial Rat'l. Furniltire and Carriages (boxed.) and other light articles not enumerated; also, Carboys of Acids or other Chemical s, will he charged by actual weight hut at double Brat class rates, ... per 100 lbs., t)2,30 To Insure safety from losses and delays. shippers must have every paoksire plainly marked with nsine of consignee, destination and depot of delivwrv. The Depots on this Road are: Fountain Hill. Sweetwater, Mute Line, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Loudon, Charleston, Lenoir's, Uiceville, Concord, f Athens, and Moose Creek, Knoxvill. IW To co-nmence 1st March and continue to 1st June, 1897. H. T. PKAKR, Snp't So. Ca. Railroad. OliO. YOSHE, ' Georgia " WM. M. WADLEY. " Central ' R FJOTR, " M. A W. " J. M. SPUIJ.OCK, ' W. 4 A. " R. 0. .1 ACKSON, " E. T. di Ga. " Feb. 24. 1857-llaij 140 GOI,t PE. OholceOold Pens; Ladtee Fine Onld Pensi Gold aad silver Cases or the most ap proved pattern; from the celebrated Pen manufac turers, Dswsoa, Wnrren A Hyde. Jut received and for sale low, by Feb S7J 8KIIORN A HOHNgBT. .Of 7snn-a,l WITH Jacob Mayer & Co., HAMUf ACT0RUIS ADD WHOLS4ULI DUUK Uf C I. T II I N G I Ulotning warehouse, No. 09 North Third street, (JktWMn ArcK and Cherry,) PIIILAUKLPIIIA, PA. rplIK undarslgaed call the attention of Kast Tennes I see Merchants to their large and rarlad stouk of Jtrndif-Xad UIoUUhq, iode up In the latest sad most approved fsahioiie, which cannot fall to give est- isfactlon to all who purolisse them. We respectfully solicit s thorough examination of our stock by Merchants Visiting Phikdelpliia, before msking their purchases. JACOB MAYKU A 00. Fab W-lf-Ml) PIIIi.AltEI.PIIIA Classical and B.isiiiess School. 'I'llIS popular Institution will cr.mrr.enee Its Fifth 1 Sessioo of flva mouths on Moaday, February S8d. Principal of Male Department, 1). M. Rowas. A. II. Prluclpsl of Female Deparlmeat, Mrs. J. B. Uowas. SATBS Ug TOITIOS. Ancient snd Modern Languages, Including the whole Collegiate oourse, Mathematics sad Higher ' English branches , . . ie English (iramraar, Orthography, Geography, His tory, Elnaeatary Composiltoo aud ilavie'a Univer sity Arithmetic 9 Spelling, Iteadiaf, Writiug snd Arithmetic. . t contingent Fee N) eu Half tuition payable St middle of sessioo, sad no scholar takeu for less than half sessloa. No deduation made for absence, except la cases of protracted sick ness. Hoarding oaa bs had at from 1.25 lo3 per week. jrratA-Vocal and ltistrumeatsl, hy Miss Assa Law tin per session. IebStMt-43 W.T. LSNOIR, Bac'y. Forest Hill Academy. JOHN OIKRLOW, Prlaclpal. THE Summer Session of this Institution will open on Monday, Vlh March next. Tern, of Session SO weeks, to close 81st July. .. . Tuition i First Was s.s.00 8eoond " 8,00 Third " 1,00 Payable one-half In advance. No pupil permitted to enter the School without s Ticket signed by Secretary. No deduction made for lost time, unless io casee of pro- traated aickness. A contlugeut fee of 00 oonla per session will be charged, ny order of the Board. TII0S. A. CI.EAOE, Feb liO-tf-030 Secretary. aretfeSBr A Silt BITS Th anhan.llue mil. J Nort orAthana, has several hundred bushels of uornsndtlats rorsale. Also, several fresh Milch Cows, one good Buddie and Harness lioree, snd one fine Rrnod Mors. (Fab tO-Sl) A. HUTUELL. Stvei t Poliiloen. IHAVK made an arrangement lo supply each Sta tion oa the Kast Tennessee sod Georgia Roll Road, wilh Sweet Potatoee aad Yams. Will havs them at Ssch place In good time for plsntiog. Orders solicited. Charleston, FVb 80-m ,. O. W ALEXANDER. .p -tint .Vol ice. A IX the unsettled business of Ihs Ists firm of tfoss A Jacbsos has been placed In the hands of the subscriber, sad sll persons knowing themselves indebt ed to sold Ann are reqaested to come forward Immedi ately sod make payment, a by so doing they will save cost. (Athens, Feb JlWiiuJ J As. T. LANK. K C'E-vrs HF.WAIin.-Run sway from ths M subscriber, living In Meigs county, Tenn., on ths Bath July last, a bound boy named Michael Tknrp. This is lo caution sll persooe agalust harboring said boy. . p. at. MILLER. Melga eouoty, Feb 80, lbl!-l-48 AriministriitorVi Nollce. ALL persons Indebtet1 to the estate of Alexander Sloan, deceased, are rcttucsted to ooiae forward and pay up, and all persons having olalms against said estate are hereby notified to Ale them on or before His ISth day of May next, or taey will bs forever barred. . Feb Su, 1857Sl-i!Jt O. W. SLOAN, Adtu'r. Pota 068 Potatoes. M tt BUSHELS of lot Irish Potatoes for sale by 4UU .". ALEXANDER. UhsrleeloH, Teuu., Feb t-tm-tST - Plow I Xlo-c7aB I JUST rsoeleed, sn esoslleot lot new aad well assort ed Plows, for sale by ALEXANDER 4 ORAVES. unsrisston, Tana., reb t-tf-sST FOTAToma i I HAVE msds arrangements to get, bsfore Ihs plsnU log seaaon, a supply of early Irish Poutoee, for seed. Also, Sweet Potatoes tod Tsrns. Orders solicited. Fob i. M. UKNDERSON. THE uuderslgusd respectfully Inforau the psMIs that he has s 1st sf Apple Soloas (or saV price iH evnts snob, either st Lbs Nursery sr delivered st Muuss Creek Dapol. He lias sll kinds sf eauaiaer. Fall aud Whiter Fruity Hs llvas la MeMioa oounty, Tennessee, on the lius of the East Teno'easee Georgia Rail Road, fessr Mouse Creak Daodt. Addraaa Jsa t-ttj 0. SHELL, Facility, atoMlna ss., Tens. Swan & Co's Lottcrlca ! Capital Prize $50.0001 . 0wtn( to the great favor wilh which ear Single Hon bar Lotteries hsvo been reeetred by the public, and ths Urge demaad for Tioketa, the Managers. S. SWss A Co., wtllhave a drawing each Saturday throughostth yesr. The following Scheme will be drsws la eocb of their LotUrles for Msroh, 18AT. OI.AB8 W, ' ' To bs drawn In the city of A Mauls, Georgia, Is smells, oa Saturday, March Ttb, 1861. CLASS 87 Tee draws In the city of Atlanta, Oa-fa publlotoa Sstardav, March Utb, IsoT. . ' CLASS 89, To bs drawn In the elty of Atlsnta, Oeorgls, la publls, sn Bsturday, March 8IU, I8M. CLASS !S, To be draws In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In fatbits, ' oa Saturday, March 89th, lfOT, on the plan of Sinpjie Numbers! B,BQO Prl-aestsl More than One Prtt to Asry Ten TtcktUt 80.000 '8'lckel. ZkdCcsagnKlooTlt Bolidma I 1 rrlseof.... SO,OO4ll0 tftv.001) 1 do 80,00(1 Is sNI.OOO 10,000 l no , ill. lino Is 1 do B.OOOi t.OMJ s.oee I OO .... H.OOOIS 1 da T, 000 Is 1 do ... e,OOIle , 1 d0 S.OOOI 1 do 4.O0IIU , l d a.tioois 1 do ., , S.OOUIs . 1 do 1,000 1s 100 do loo are.... 100 do BO are.... T.ooo . t.ooo 6,00 4.000 S.OiKI a.ono l.ono lo.noo 0,000 Approxlrttatlon Priae. 4 prlsesof t'OapproilmatingtolDn.iinosregl.OflO a so iiiu approximating to xn,uouaro 4 do 100 approximating to lo.otaiare 4 do SOanproxImatiagto S.otlUare 800 400 820 too 840 8no 9ih) ISO irw Ho 4 do - 68 approximating to 8,IH)0are 60 approximating to T.oonaro . 8 r. approximating lo 6,000 sro 60 approximating to 6,000 srs 4Aspproxlmstlngu 4,0U0srs 40 spproxtmsting to 8,000 sre SO'apprnxltnsllngto 8,000 are ' 8 6 approximating to 1 ,000 sre 4 do do 4 do 4 do 4 de 4 do 4 do loo 8,000 do 80 are 6fl,OO0 8,880 Prises, smouutlngto 904.OOO What TlcktU tlO-AhJeeeS Cuarfare 8. PLAN OF TII8? LOTTERY, The numbers from 1 to 80,000, corresponding with those numbers on the Tlckete, printed on separate slips of psper, sre encircled In small tin tubes and placed In one wheel. The Bret 818 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are placed In aaother wheel. TJie wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn from ths wheel of numhere, and at the same time a Prise Is drswn from the other wheel. The number snd Prlss drswn out sre oiiened and exhibited lo the audi ence, snd registered by the Commissoners: ths Prlss being plseed against Ihe number drawn. This opera tion is repeated until all the Prises are drawn out. AeraoilsATios Paitss. Ths two preceding snd ths two succeeding numbersto those drawing the 8rst 18 Prlsea will he entitled to the 48 Approximation Prisee, according to the echeme. The a.imi Prises of W will he determined by the last Sgnre of the number which draws the 850,000. For ex ample, If the nuetber drawing the &0,000 Prise ends with No.1, then all the Tickets where the number ends with 1 will be entitled to 42 If the namber ends wilh No. 8. then all the Tlekets where the nuaiber ends with 8 will he entitled to HH, and so on. Otrtljtcntf, of VnckoQtt will be sold at the following rates, which Is the risk .- Oertlftcateof Package of 10 Whole Tickets 8X0 " 10 Half " 40 " " 10 Quarter " 80 In Ordering; Tickets ar Certificate, Eclose the mono to our address for the Tickets or dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers oso have Tlckete ending io any figure they may designate. The list of Drawa Numbers snd Prises will bs Sent to purchasers Immediately after Ihe drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plstn, snd give their Post Office, County and State. 84f Remember that every prlss Is drawn, snd psy Sbte In full without deduction. V All Prises of 61, no and under, paid Immediate ly after the drawing other Prises st Ihs usual tlmsof thirty days. All communications strlctlyoon6dentlal. Prise Tickets cashed or reuewed in other Tlokets at either office, Addreo" orders for Tickets or Certiflestes of Pack sgee of Tlckete either to R. SWA CO., Atlanta, Gs. June8-ld-408 or 8. 8WAS, Montgomery, Als. Young Ladies School. TMIE Sixth ficB.Inn or Mr-. Oookb School will com- inerio on Menrtuy, February .5th, Terms at heretofore. Tultiou pyblt la advtnoe. Feb-tMT St'ALIW! Scat! Platform and Counter Scales (all iiM,) Just received and for sale olianp for Cain, oy jq w u. W. HUBS. Hard Time n Ctm Jtfnin, ,V .If or 11110aKii lHd ta me,tthf3r by tvHe or aacomit . will tare eot by rnlHnf and retllltif- linniediately, aa money I need and rauat have. I me tn what I my, J0 8U O. W. ROSS. VbUHPl.Y Just received, crop of '66, snd for sale by Jan 16 O. W. ROSS. AV. E. 1IALI., 1TI. D., ATUSNS, TENS., WILL give his sttentlon to the practice ot Medi cine. Office South of Ihe Bridge. January 80, ISM. 486 a. a. ssAaosir WM. B. rBAMCISCO. Beardea & Francisco PROUVCE AND COMMISSION lCkXorolx98vxa.tv WILL sell on com minion Bacon, Lard, floor, Corn Unta, Feat hen, and Tunneitwa Produce Runer ally. Persons shipping to us can rely U)ion prompt returns. Rff'rto Merchants and Cltlsensof Knoxvtlle; Mnr Wnn k Co., Jo. Edwardfl, Jas. C. Luttrell, Comptroller, Nashvill; T.J Campbell, Cleveland; Richard C.Jack on, Athens; Loiifr t Smith, Klohard 0. Campbell, Ben. Chandler k Co., Chattanooga. Feb 8D-trS9 . 0. HOaOAM 0. J. CHKNKT 8T. 0. M. MORUAM. y Matp&rintiOHH : ! iivx onaAN1 eks o o.v No. 49 Public Square. NASIIVItLCE. TT7E ( now recelvlnf and opening our usual 1 Spring Purchastm, which will be ready for In spec tion by llt!Atl. Inst., and at which time we will display a mora eomplete asMirtment of DKY than we have ever dona at any season hereto fore. Our stork will embrace all the latest sty lea of Domes tic and Poreifrn felt pie and Fancy ft nod, And to It will he added all the A'O VffLTSS, as they appear In the K astern cities. In addition to the large and generally assorted stocks we have been In the habit of keeping, we have added to It all the styles and grades of Knli Hailo ('lotlitiifr We shall he pleased to exhibit our amortment to our old friend and the trade generally, as we feel confi dent tlmt from our long experience and the advantages we pnstietts, we are able to utter Inducements to all. Maahvlile, Peb. 8U, &T MORGAN CO. Robertson, Iludson k Pulliam, IWPOaTBItt AUD JOBBKRI OT ' no in. nr Gr o o ist9 No. 20 Murray and W Warren streets, Corner y Church sfrvl. New Ynrk. aictiiRD a. anamtTsotf, aoanav w. polliam, cuaku-bs o. HrnaoH, wiUaiAM n. rankin, Qf Virginia. OJt, tMi otiaa. fLtXHXHl M. CRAlflMILM, 1 UUOII M'O. M'BLaATU, Qf TmtXMAM. juum h. caiiOMiLia, J Aug S0-ly-lU BHIDaEfl H Q XT JL3 U. ffJIIKabove named Houae, situated within a short M. dfstanoe nf the Atheus Uenot, Is now open for the reception of travelers. Parsons traveling on the Cast Tennessee and Oeorgia Hall Hoad, and stopping at Athens, will (tnd tills House more oon veniently situated than any other. The subscriber pleilves himself lo uia his utmost exertions to give satisfaction and to render eomrortab.e all who may favor blm with their patron, ago. Alliens, Deo 11MM80J JAS. B. WUDOKS. WATSOa m. oooxi, Lattof Jttintorv,t 7Vaa. I .....JiMFiaa. iAii.Hv, f aaiiuai, o. owiwuaisU lUUKK. H .ILKl ii 10., WnOLBSALS SSALSSS IS 13 O O T , 8ZXOI9 dtTVs ( UUHHt OWW 4 "" CWJ'.IS O, IAMhViLLE. TKWIVa o RDRR8 oarsfully ftlled,au4 f oodi juromptly for- waruea. vq DHjy-aw WM. w. alkxikdrr, m. d.; HAVING removed to ATHKSB for the purposs of practicing Medicine, Surgery, Obsteirlca and Dental Surgery, may be found at his uOoe (Olaage'i yellow building, a ear the Oaurt'houaa) ar at hie resi dence la the West end of town, known as the Or it hare houae, wImb ttot lu-efetalosuUly aheeat. Jaa ft-ly W. Jones Hicks. ' Atlornay Xt -w, Jas 8-1 madlMarllle.Teaa, ' as tat. w. rums son. a. T. W. FLEMING t 0 Camnslssloa aaa Praslae Vtonhmmi Xtlheoldausdof ilxsobsenow, Keyneldet,! , A a fast sv, Ca. HAtINO sssnolsted with bm ay brother, the s-jMI. sr. steered of the esate sttantloa snd sssetiialt. f ss heretofore paid I enalgnante of .rery kind. ess sv saw i. w. rLiMinu. Oso. Ssnws, - a i. . fXHMS. itUsat, ton rroivn rnnirr AUornaya ait Xsii-iiir mot.tctTtinn V.v cttJiMcKRV, WILl. fractlceln ihr Chancery snd Olrcolt Oosrts In the oountlee of Monro.. Mufrflnn. Plb. npad. lay, K.lgs, Roane snd Blount, sod Is toe topreme snd t edersl Conru si staosvllle. . . Jsa SeVtf-taB SSAOS A AflSfVrr. IS o unnaa KtbMMrd buttnm U . laU BaltaHn, JVssi. Seago,' Abbott & Co.. GEN'L COMMISSION MElvCHANT, Banrtwuiaaata.Ti ruas tub isui ur fBJWYIMMilt fHOUVCB Allaailas flattti. f TflCftAL advances gtvea oa consignments, either i by acceptance or cash. They are also aaenta far the sale f Prench Burr and Native Mill Stones, Reopua and Cologne; bolting Cloth, Ac., from the old and well known firm of Morris k Trimble. Baltimore, Md. Silas O. Korring k Oo'e Plre and Barglar Proof Safes con stantly on hand, at manufacturers priest. - Atlanta, .tan i, iwi It will be seen br the above that we havn iiVan fntn partnership W. 0. Moor, lata of Gallatin, Tenn esse , and it te with pleasure we make the announcement.- We return our sincere thanks to our old patrons for their very liberal patronage, and bespeak for the new firm a oontlnuanco of tba same. Very respectfully, fluoo k Amofr. .WILLIE LOWRY. -A- ttornoy a, t Xa aa, -xxr. ianSS-tf Athnns. Tenn. 488 P. D. GATES. rBOttCF. nbl COHH111108 lVXex-o2xs,xit, No. 18 Brosdwsr.....J Maiaar Vaak. DEALER In Agricultural Implements snd Machine ry. Solo Agent for the sale of Whealer. Mallb A Oo'e Horse Powers and Threshers: Contained Thresh ers snd Winnowers Slid other soschlurS, in East Ten neesoe. Also, 0.nersl Agent for their osle In the Sleuth, em States. Orders promptly etseuted for any hind of Maehlaeryor Merchandise. 'Consignments solicited of sll hinds ot Southern Produce. Jsn 18-ly-484 Alez. M. Wallace. General Commission Merchant, aTasALn IW TENNESSEE PUODUCE, Atlanta, faeartrla. WILL give special sttentlon to the sale of Bacon, Lard, Flour. Whiskey. Tohaeco. Ae. Conalan. meats respectfully solicited. Ossh orders promptly ex ecuted. NoSI-I-4i BARRETT HOTJBH, Charlrslan. Tenn. ffMIK suhsrrlher respectfully glree notice that hs 81 ha. hlS Holla ATI!, fn lha u I Inn a T.nul.n. and Boardere. He gives assuranoe that no effort will bO Sliararf In ranil.F -nnr t.kt. .11 i - him with their patronage. Js8 B. 8. BARRETT. TI ST IlEC'a-IVED hall boxes hr 10 WinJow Glass: 118 lba. l'utty; 1 bbl. Plaster. UaU-IUIKIM. Fowler's Solution; Lime Juice; Lintseed Oil-prepared for medical use ; Oil of Rhodium ; Tarrant' Ajiporient. lialsatn Tolu ; Cerate Ctntharidet ; Plat-seed ground ; Nut Galls; Galbauum strained INSTRUalEKTS, I'aint llrushst brats bound. lled-n.ne ' Emt and Teeth Sjrin- Wliite Bristle cr'nd : (tee glass and metal. PAlN'li White Lead and 7,ino; Scarlet ; And niany other articles too tedious to men tion. All staple Mediaineton hand. Nov 81, 1656 v WM. BURKS. Sow if you would Reap. rv0 ,,, vtrm, f East TAnsssee, West Virginia, auu Vfuii. ... AISDSSII Piejld Boedai gOO Bushels of fresh Clover Seed; OOO Bushele offrrsh Tlmntnj Seed: 604I Bushels of fresh Herdcgrssss Seed: ' 800 Bushrls or rra.h lUueOrass Seed; Qn the way, and will he sold at low prices for cash on ynur orders and we will warrant avi-rr husliel ""u rina. unui s MCl'llKHSUn. Knoxvllle, Tenn., Novaaiber 88-t!nw-4.7 CI OVRK SFKP.-I hsve now rerelveefsiy Clover Seed, and offer it for rale Jan 18 JAS. 81. 1IENDEK80M. AtpU.OyFII 8F.ED.-a floe lot of frosh Clover peeo lor sale ny u. W. AI.EXANDErt. Charleston, Tenn., Feb 6-8m-487 IF you want s good Coat or Test, come snd ret them ' Be? 18J HOKTON. PICKEU, Cheese, Bods Biscuits snd Ovslers. at Dec 18 HORTON'S. IllIEbsst stock of lists sad Caps tn the town, at Deo HORTON'S. A LARGE stock of Boots snd 8hoes, lore rtmrv. at Deo IIOKTOS'S. WACSOST FOTt Sll E.-A good Two Ilone agon slid Harness for sale low hr Deo 18 g. K. REEHER, s ITOArt, Coffee, and Hniasses, Just received and for aaie oy jail s f tllUU.N 11URNSBV. pKPPER, gplee, Olnger snd 8nda. Jnst opened and for sale by Jan 8 8EIIOKN A I10KN8UV. IJIOTS and Shoes,-A large assortment of -w-av ouota sua enos just received and rnr aale low for eash- Jaa 8 8KII0HN A IIORNSBf. SPtCF.n and 8'rnsls Ovslers. Just arrived aad for sale. Jan 8 BUHDItN A II0KN8H V. N A 1 1.4. A general assortment oa hand and for saie low, oy ijsu REllunn A UORNoIli, SAl.Tt Halt ! SO Barrels King's gait received and for sale at n? tf CIS. per hu.hel. harrel included, by (Dec 181 . . W. (I. HOKTON A CO. T F.ATIIRH.-A largo lot of Northern and BLi Couutry Tanned Sole and Uooer Leather fnr au by Deo HI W. O. IIOUTON A CO. IO BOXES 8 hy 10 Window disss for sale bv Dec 18 W. 0. HOKTON A CO. f F you want A No. 1 Chewing Tobacco rail at L Dec 18 HOUTON'g. IF you have any ready Cash that you want to give for flood., or lo settlement of Accounts, don't fall to call and dispose of it st- W, O. HOKTON A C0'8. LADIE8 Oloaks, Talmas snd Sbswls, st Deo . t UORTON-g. tLT.- 1r Bags cosrse gajt f .. T5 N 1 " Bne " Just reeelvrd. In good eoodlllon. and for sate ' Nor 18, 180t .MnEWKS A QILLEePIE. c Ol'l'KK-Onlisadand for sale bv Kov l ' jV'-t " Bl'RN8- C8':CTIoi AH:k.--A fresh supply of Confeolioosrlcs Just received hy NovH BWIOrtN A IIOrtNPllY. CIIEi:Ki;. A tot sf Engliah Dairy snd Pins Ap ple Unease. Also, Crack, r. Nov 14 BEI10RN A UORNSBY. U.SI4-H, Figs snd Prones-,fresh Jnsl received andforsale. NorMJ ttHORN A UOR.NSUV. PISTOL B V. A new supply f Colt's He neaters sad Allen's Bevolvere luat reeaiveA ns for sole by Nov It 8EU0KN A UOKN8BY. TyATCHKSi, Jewelry, Vr.-A new tnd - ".'e nmmv. -,v..-w -. wvwojry,aio., JI1SI received, which will be told st low rates for nroioDI nav. bv . . Nov IS SlullnnN . unuuinv r IIOVH. Tows. An unusually large asssortroent . of Toys, si (No. 14 8EHORN a HORNBY'S. C Ki t UN and Tobsrr..-A 8ns sssortnenl of Clsars-aiid a Jolol the heat nualltv Pl.-.ln- Tubsooo, by Not U BEHOKN UORN8BY, CB.O'8'tllNO. A Urge stock f Resdy-Msd Clntltlui, Jsst received snd lor ssle by seta. A.CLEAQI A CO. BOOTH AND OIIOKW.--A splendid s.sort usnt of Boots sad sUiaes, received snd for sale by , ool 84 A. CLEAOE CO. TVIH.K'I O,-All Ui. fsvsrlts brsnds, such ss Fanu's, Gold Loaf, Eldorado, and Small Flag, luat resolved mat tot esls by foot HI) 0. W. ROSS. NUMBERS t, 8, 8, 8, 8 sad 10, os hud snd for salt. Oel.8,'88 tloEWKN A 0ILLE8P1E. . PAPK88 HANtllNOft,-A lam taLsultalda lor H.1U, Psrlar, Ac, for sale. o to, o MCCWAK UlLLEHTll. altraw Cullcra, (?ra Cat) pr astter. JliST reo.1 'ed, a lot of that. oaltbr.tad Jdaehlne. rrmo the lUinsrseHsry of Miller, Wing als OoJ UuUvtlls,y. Oslladssalotili. yortsisa ins si . . w. nogs, Agsoi. Southern Idttory I SAVANNAH, GA., Oh th Cmvunm flan St lihRle HuraborM laOWl&TT I'SttB roRTY DOLLARS. . Jastter Caaaty htiieny Utterjt Bf Authority of tile 8tf f?sr . . VEH-PTJ TV , T Drss AJ.rch 18. 188T. si AU VAX AH. tmfrnrj. snder the swoen suran-lntesdewee .1 II .jar W. P. i-i SS sad W. . ivwoss, Be, fhtoa-day eVhesras wtlt la drswn story BslsMay as Mteo, ta. Moats ty iawvt BchewiM will he drawn at SsVaiiSah, sbvA im asak f vtF rasoth. . JVearf. Otu Frit to tvtrv Jttno tUktU. . : 15,000 TICKETS I 17H fmliVgl This Lottery has ,! tlftaas ThoauaaM . Issslhsusny Lottery lo the worldl T,..b - rrues psysus witasut deduction. . . Itrilltunt Mthmt i Irii sf . .., - i $1,00 -f i.000 1 " 1 il . si .OW 4 I to' ,600 a ll.OOO arei ' 4oo 800 ar . , 100 ar " . ' 40 r ,.- IU.OD0 . P.xttitia-t frtsutar . . , tO Approiimstiou of I00 at- 41.0M - " 60 art). , 8,600 0 tO ar " 1.000 I,? Ik Prises araonatiaif, to : : 108,000 TtcJcati 810 ffaJtooQwmrUrtrM. " Purohss Tec i Tickets endiog with taw ssnsetliH. Numbers, 1,8, 8,4,6,8, T, 8, 8,0, snd yea) will drsw bsclt four-Uaths of ths aniouat paid foe th.Tlrk.ls, bs Sldea the chances .f obtsliring Cspftsle. Patrons vll-1 ftod II lo their Interest to buy GerllOeatee of Tes Tfea- ets, ending consecutively with 1,8, 8,4.8, 8, T.S,, By this plaft they forfeit the Prise emling witb .!. ssaa nunioer ss tne unpitsi, snd get four mors chftAcesaa rery ten so gam tue uspitsie, ' , . - ,! (MrtiKcnUi nf I'aekoai of Torn TtekMm. sea aoU .1 the follnwlnl rates, which Is the rWtl iv wnoie ticb.is. t.......8Q47 10 Half Tickets. so 10 Quarter Tickets ...... , M, thank Notes ol sound Bsnlts laaea si uaa. Oianks on N.w Tatrk remitted for Prise. Address Oedeja Tickets sr OerllBoatsa of Fsckagm of Ticket, t JAB. r. wintkb, .Manager; OotlT-ly-481 Mscoo or Savannali, 8s. OMSJIT I.VCm I GR&JIT VVtH 1 1 S42 500 Sold. . itn the Oraad Consolidated Lottery, kxtraOlaet On. Havana Plan,) th. ibove handsome Prlss wsa soM by '. II. I1UBUARD m CO., Baltimore, ss follows I Otas nan was sea to Virginia, oas quarter to Boston, on slghth to Cincinnati, oe elgth to New York. Th Oas Is ready for Ihe fortunate holders. , The Havana Plan Lotteries havs become th posailsr Lotteries oflhedsy. (very Prist Is drsws out, as coasequenily when ths Tickets sre sll sold every Prlss . The next drawlngtaket place In Ballmer city.Febrs). tryJS. Capital Prise 88,0fM). Tickets 10. . , wnn eariy. nu'ireaa t . tt. rfUHBSHU VO., BSlll more, authorised agents for the Managers. Ukh Sclie mos for February, 1851 TJ T l l a vtits a e-i'i-w a e aw riVAitrj a iuanagers. ! Grand Consolldnlrd Lottery of Md To be drawn Saturday, Feb. tlst, tat Baltimore, !). Drawn under the superintendence at the Btatt Cost. mlasloner. ALL PIII2K8. a Each snd every Ticket In this lottery will be a Prise, for sll those Tickets without s drswn nomber are antl. tied to s Five Dollar Prise 1 1 ' 1 Prize of M.21 r.l8.C. 1 Prite of IS 800 It Prit of 10,600" S I'ritet of 8,000 2 Prises of 4,000 ' S Prir.ee nf 8,000 10 Prize of 8,800 194 Prite of 400 66 Prises of jtOO . 66 Prizes of ., , 100 66 Prises of W 66 Prists of 60 4,09'i Prite of 40 26,140 Pritet of () 48,760 Pritet of J Sfi.OOO 20,000 16,000 11,000 S6.000 '26,000 78,400 18,1100 , .or 4.6W ' ' 8.980 960 !a,S8 oU.HOO ' S'iH,800 76,076 Prises, amounting to 11,21)2,000 rtoteta 0-r7ulees 10-Juirtsrs 5SigUlU 8,00. CertiScsts of Package of 88 Wholes eosli. ...... 8oA go Do. do 84 Halve, eosl 1SS S Do. do 80 Quarters cost M,l . Do. do 88 Eighths cost. 8i,0t Havana Flan! , Grand lonolidVd Lottery oT Mil. EXTRA CLASS 8, To be drswn In Baltimore. Md., Saturday: Feb.88.lSST SI'LettDlD SVUgUh: (IO,00 Number I.UOO 1'rlaesl . ' I Prir. Of ' f88,.)IV 1 " U.laU " S.Ot.M " 4,tMW i " 5"', " X&OO ". ;. - - l.MKJ 8 .i . . . i,2(Hr " . 0 APr-anxiHATioa paiaaa. ' 4 uf tWO ApproximatiDK 8.IS.OO1, 4 of 81 O 11,760 8 of 200 " , 8,000 10 of 160 4 noo 16. .f 100 j;5oo 16 of 80 " 1,600 18 or SO - . i.iioo 20 of 6() 1,-jOO tun uf 40 " aoo I.OoO Prices, ainounlinc to IV8,90O Lowest Regular Prise ISOO. Lowest Approsliostios 4g, KAole Ticktto tW-lfuloM to Qnartn 88,60. Address all orders to T. H. IIDBBAftl) A CO., .,,.,, Agents for Managers, Oct 10-1y-t80 aaftfoiore, jilt, Special Notic6. . THOSE iudehtrrl to III undereifrned will pleasa emu. firrtvarj and tetil eillier by , Oaah or Not. If you hsve any money pitas , bring it along;, ltrmemher, "a friend'ln need ia a friend indeed." Money I walit And money I must liar. JOHN N. fJEJj!KLU ' Mouse Creek, Jen 80 2m" 4HB Premittm .lack. ... rpiIE Premium jaek," 01CK BUADLKT. 8 will .Ian.! it. . .... .1 - in. v.iamiifc ocmuii aa piy plan tation on Little Tennessee Hirer, Monro uimiiiv. rur iienneis $2.-, insurants. PsBturaga will b furnished st 80 at. pr wtrls, and feed at 1,00 pr week. 1 li!..l, 11 ll-- 1.. .... 1 .t, uianiej in tu largest Jack la at Tennessee; hat taken the first prefnlum at .i j un anion us nas teen exiiiuitM- at RnilBVillM in I SKA a 1 . ,lnn .oaa . 1 . .,, , ' "vit ma aooo, ana nt Knoxvllle th ssni year. ii .j . . G M- J'oOHEK ..nor ciiiie, uan au, iSO0-tu-4f , i Valuable Property for Sale. n.u unenn ror Mie my bouie rUot a verv dtiHiruhl ??.. t v a....:- : j f s j VVUWIIMIUT U( nlMt 80 Horee of clHHce tinl, In good co-- r.iinv nwelliiig Ho Kitoben,bmokt how. . .osinA Ttn.tn s...J kl..l 1 . a . . 1 or vlioioft bom mg Fruit Trot. Alati. lRf) Iflfat nf 1 Bit.,.1. I. 1 1. a. HT..t !U of MoUiiin eouiitjf n unlmprot) I,. -wn oi t-itarie.ioH, raie eouMi. ... .usu u x-OliJ KOa nmuusr uf unimnrnv.i Ii mi, the town of Athene end Uie Bil iUad lehdi Trm LA h ryrA.Atv.1 iilak A. 1), KETES Athene. Jan 10, 1M7-1M4 - ; Valuable Property for Sail i'liab euuwriDer, dMiroue. of rtturiiW m the nierantitiU linaiiavatM Aflr.u ..is .- irent rMidenea in tUm anl.ti.t. a l. " , . - WSJ VI 4a.sM8JBUi una Atront , aoo evox-eas tT .m.xxtit-'i th. most of which is in the immdit neigh' ' borbood of town. Th Dwelling llou it) larir and -souimtidiAn. boH nn. j.:us.i . situated, sod Un greater portion of th La J IS ffourf ami laiall ..I.... I i . - . .- ..- - .... .,..,, , iBrtmng purpcy let. Auy paraon desiring to purouas ess; " Obtain a l.ai-WSin h awinlwlaat AaaA "T msds tcoomniodslina;. 8. K. KEDBa A toons, dm. 6. 18o-tMi v . , ,, To all whom tkese Prtscats mtj ' . eoaie. fvwfic snsscrnWr hs I sy I sll tslstiss) 8 aw. - M, aliher Sy Note ot Accasat, Uat kbey snaat hjh 3 wtiKaot delay-lat oeleoaw tedaleenc Make , He hss rsMnllyAsasooiats aoather gaollesaa ss real SMI WltH ItfSI. Snd Is delSrOUAMS hi. aid SaiaSnaaa ae-afe. b. squared, if hs deal red t grsst louMr 'atslMsiss 0. enul. sot so M in jaMte. 10 nlotaelf. Allows, iaa 8, loAf WM. tt. traaw, .'