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A wanton) philosopher la of opinion thai It ia the comet which makes tho weather an eolrii VVe had aupposed Hint the comet waa to tonka ua hut, and wars looking forward to Ita appearance aa the Inst chance for warm weather. We should like to Know whether the extraordinary weather ol Inet winter wa also owing to thia comet. Whether the so vera Winter of '65-'8, and the late spring of the Inal yenr, also the Work of this floating iceberg "f the celestial aeut According to our Western tatant, the eoniet ia bound to hit the enrth between wind and wnter the 16th of June next, and put it Iri the predicament which Mnginn anid Grenl Britain wnain 1831 "acudding to the Infernal regiona with a fair gala of wind to ita tnil." The West ia grent country, cer tainly, grrnt In philosophers as well aa pump kina and patriotism. We truat that if the omel does hit the earth, It nay strike It aoraewhere in the West any in Utah. It deserves such a distinction. For our part, we are thankful thnt this comet hue nvide ita ppenrnnce, and giving ua nil something to talk about. Nothing ia more benevolent in life than the simple provision which ia made for the exercise of the gilt of the gnb. First we have a wnr, then an election, then a fuss in Kunsns, then n dissolution of Parliament, and now a bright prospect of a row in Utah, and a cornel, a real, wide-nwako old fashion ed comet; a long, low, red piratical crait, which Maury, the look-out at the uiuat-hend of the National Observatory, has reported it distinctly vixible in the North-west, bearing down upon ua with all anil aet, and travelling with a velocity compared witli which the speed of a cannon bull ia but the pace of a enail. Wo shall expect this comet to grow larger and brighter every night, nnd furnish a fruitful topc of speculation, a delight to as tronomers, nnd of wonder and awe to the outsiders. Nobody in this country ought to have the lenat alarm nlmut it; the comet ia in more danger than we are; if it comes near the United Stntiswe will unnext it. Comets hava nlwnys created more or less panic among the intelligent inhabitants of this excellent planet. Man's inward convic tion, thnt his moral nature ia out of genr, ia always suggesting thnt the physical univi rse has various screws loose, which may bring the terrratial machine about his ears, in an abrupt and ruinous manner. In old times, thtte was a superstitious fenr of comets, aa prodigies portending the fate of governments and nations. When the light of philosophy had dispelled the moils of superstition, then arose the fear of collision. A mil road col lision, with cars travelling at thirty miles an hour, ia ns gentle na the kiasea of lovers, com pared with such a smash up as Hint of the earth coming in contact with a comet, each of the locomotives travelling more than a thousand miles a minute. Happily, howev er, the enrth has hilheito escaped this grand catastrophe, thougli comets have often pasai d through different parts of the solar system 24 within the orbit of Mercury, 47 within that of Venus, 58 within thnt of tho Karth, "73 within that of Mara, and the whole within thnt of Jupiter. There ia not a trace of the physical effects of comets upon this or any other planet, or any authentic record of the existence of euch effucts. There are no known data from which it would be possible to predict, with certainty, such a thing ns a collision of a comet with the earth. It can not oe even aula, wiin Inlullible accuracy .. h give,, u.ijr, iiiuoiii, or even yenr, a comet will no much as cross the orbit of a p'anet. We know nothing of their nature, save that more singular in their form and Varied in their time of appearance, than the other heavenly bodies, they nre subject to the same laws, moving about tiie sun in or bits, more eccentric than the planets, proclaim, ing, with the whole host of heaven, in their mighty and eternal march "The hand that made, and directs ua, ia Divine." Richmond Dispatch. Melancholy Suicide. Yesterday morn ing, about 9 o'clock, just ns the steamer B.il- timore, from Alton, was nearing the city of at. i.ouib, iiipi. iinwiey wna collecting the fare from the deck passengers, when coining to a respectable dressed German working man, the latter h.indcd him a letter, address ed to Mrs. Matliias tingle: St Louis. Mo.. and a pocket-book containing n variety of uieuioriinaa, aim men, without a word, Im mediately jumped overboard, and disappear ed beneath the turbid waters of the Missis sippi. I he boat being under full heudwuv At the lime no attempt could be made to save him. The letter referred to ia wiitten in German, ana uansiaiea, reaa na roiiowtr. Alton, III.. April 18. 18S7. My Dear Wife. I have to tell you to come over here, na I intend remaining here, huving good place. Come as aoon as possible and oriog every intng ainng. Your faithful husband, M ATHIAS HUGLE, Postering written in pencil: Don't come, I ended inv existence on the 31st of April, because von had always had auch a foul mouth nnd alwaya tried to wear the breeches, which you can do now. Adieu, and ahilt lor yourself. Al. HUG I.E. The deceased was a atone cutter by trade. it ia a ana case; nut were the truth known there nre many auch occur which nre not re corded. Wivea should remember that a sharp tongue cuts like a keen aword. and not unfrequently with more futul effect. at. i.ouu Leader nf lite 24th. Pecak Nuts. A correspondent of the U. S. Patent Office, writing from Kerr county, Texas, expresses surprise that the Patent Office, hue not noticed the pectin, grown in abundance in Texas. There have been ex ported from Texas about 200,000 bushels to Europe and elsewhere, producing $400,000. One tree will, w ith care, often produce from fifteen to twenty bushels, worth from thirty to forty dollars. 191" A lucky creditor ia Jacob Freomnn, of Freemnnsburg,Pa. Twenty years ago he lost 96,000 by endorsing for a man who failed and went to Ohio. Subsequently the debtor be came wuulthy, but held his projierty in hie son'e name. Mr. Freeman thee got a judg ment, but he imagined it whs no use, until recently, learning that his debtor had gone to Iowa, and wna holding property in hia owu name, he went st, got a truuaciipt of the judgment and aeized on the property of hia debtor. With the Interest for SO year the claim amounts to over $11,000. f$r"Mr. Stephen Bevel, of Darlington District near Lynch' Creek, died very sud denly at Georgetown, on (Sunday night last. He retired on that night apparently ua well aa usual; alWwnrda rose, and complaining of shortness of breath, went out on the piaz za, aeated himself and died instantly. He left a wife and thirteen ehilnren. C7Mies M.C. Calhoun, youngest daught er of th lata John C. Calhoun, died on the 2d inet, at the residence of her brother, Col. Win, L. Calhoun, in Abbeville District fSTThere is s bill before the Pennsylva nia legislature which provides that it ahull not be lawful to annex the word "Company' to any Arm, without having some peraon to represent the aaine; and any member of a firm who shall refuse (o make known hia copartner, or give In a false name to any ap plicant, shall, for each and every time so re fusing, incur a fits. for Mis ton. tub PIR9T care op the farmer. TnMlalt&fron the first book of VirgiTs Otorgics, BT t. OlSSLnW. When the snows in spring are gliding , ' Down the hoary heights of country, And the glebt begins to crumble, To unbind itself by aephyrs; , Let my steer begin bis groaning , In the deep-set plough and heavy; Let the share, worn by the furrow, Now begin to glitter brightly. Fields that twice hath felt the sunbeams, Twice .the cold, at last responding To the farmer's ardent wishes, Almost burst his stores with harvests. But before we cleave with ploughshare Plains unknown, first let us study Winds and various traits of climate, Culture practiced by forefathers, Habits of the soil, and tillage; What each country aptly brings forth, And what safely rosy be cast off. Here rich grain, there grapes are growing; Elsewhere nurseries of goodly Trees and herbs, spontaneous blooming. 8ee you not how Tmolusw sends forth Thriving vines and saffron odors, Sabaf plants of soft aroma) But the Chalyhest of Pontile Send us steel, and from Epirusg Come th prime of mares Olympic These conditions, laws eternal. ' From the first enjoined by Nsture: Time when erst Deucalion flinging Stones into the world unpeopled, To raise up men strong and hardy. Come, then, let your sturdy oxen Straightwsy go to work subsolling j And let dusty summer harden Scattered oloda with sun's maturer. Tmotut.n mountain of Lydla.ln Alls Mlnor.sboond ins In vluei, saffron, Sc. t.Siifcrt, s towu of Arabia, famous for frsnklniente, myrrh, Sc. XChtililm, s people of Pnntus, In Asls Minor ; their country abounded fn iron-mines. Aiii, s country of Greece, famous for Its fine breed of horses, tbe mares ot wblch were Uled for the Olympic races. llteucallon, a mythical person In early Greek hltory. He Is renrcseiited as saved with hia wife Pvrvha. on Parnassus, from a flood which overwhelmed the rent of tae country, and ai re peopling It by calling behind them the stones they picked up. tF According to St. Petersburg letters, the administration of Poland is likely to be entirely aepnrnted firm thut of Russia. It is also stuted thut directly nfter his marriage the Grand Duke Michael will be appointed Studtholder of the kingdom of Poland. We are informed in Inte news from Cal. ifornla thut "Ex Senator Foote has written a letter avowing his return to the Democrtic party, and advising the American party to dissolve its organization. A Mormon Elder's Boast. President Kimball 'boasting of "what the Lord hud done for him," in nn exhortntion, anid he had 23 boys living, 10 dend, and lota of girls. tif A man is. not thought much of in Russia who refuses a warm breakfast of fried candles. It must be a very serious business, though, to live in such a country. OCT L ing ia the most consummate form of cowardice. He who uses a lie for refuge, betrays a woful luck of faith in ull things substantial, nnd places a miserable confidence in a shadow of what ia not. f-0 A certain gallant editor thinks when a single geiitl. man can't puss a clothes line without counting nil the long atnekings, it ia a sign he ought to got married, and the sooner the better. ' Baf" 'Paddy,' says a joker, 'why don't you get your ears cropped they are entirely too long for a man!' 'And . yours,' replied Pnt, 'ought to be lengthened they are too short for an ass.' Adam Good has n bell foundry in Buffalo. Pioua people are scandalized by slowly rea- aiug nis sign, a a un uona Uell r oundry. ATIIEMM UKAUOONS. You will meet st the Court-house, on Saturday (to. morrow) nest, st 1 o'cUck. By order of the Csptaln. May IS It A Lad vol our Acquaintance, Mn.Pow. si, no. is, Stanton street, New York, was troubled with liver complaint for s long time, and after trying many remedlel, wae adviied to try Dr. M'Lane'i Celebrated Liver Pills, prepared by Fleming Broi. of Pittsburgh. She did io. sud lays that with oue box sh was effect ually cured. Indigeation, stoppage of tho tneniel, coitlvenen, snd general Irregularity of the bowell, are all diieaiel originating in the laine proline cauae, ai is alio that dreadful scourge, Dyipepila. Thoie who are sRlieted with any of the above enumerated diieaiel, may rest sssured that the lource of all their maladiei li in the liver, and for itl correction th ht rm..,lv nn.-- ed to the pulilio ia Dr. M'Lane's Celebrated Liver Hills. Try them. The money refunded if not latlafactnry. frl'itrchaserswillbe careful to ask for A.I7. lie's .rroc i.irer s-i,nianuritctiireil hy KLRMOfa llsoi. of Pltliburg, Pa. There are other Villa purporting to be Liver Pills, now before the publie. Dr. M'Lane's genuioe Liver Pills, alio hli celebrated Vermifuge, can now be had at all fespeclable Drug Storei. Ktme grit. "Woodland Cream" A Poiuns ros Bsau tiftisq thk Hais highly perfumed, superior to any French article imported, and for half the price. For dreulng Ladies Hair it lias no equal, giving II a bright gloisy appearance. It causes Gentlemen's Hair to curl in the most natural manner. It removes dandruff, al ways giving the Hair the appearance of being fresh shainpooned. Price only Hoy cents. None genuine unless iigoea sz. uiuite. ua., I'ropretors or "llalro of s Thousand Flowers." For sale by sll Drugglm. fmar S-6ineow-441 COMMERCIAL. Atlanta market. ti .... a,., io Below please find statement or prices current with ui to-day i Iliooa, hog round, 18 14c; clear sldea loo; rib lldea in.'"" mi iuiurs ixjf e. fcaan, in onis. net tin cans ISc. Tiiuiv l!)(e. Fmcs,8,;6 M V hun dred In bbs. or sacks, for good superQus sud extra amiijr. lum, sacseo, soo. Vary respectrully, BEAflO, ABBOTT CO., Do untfUm MtMkuntt, Atlanta, 6a New Establishment! S. K. REEUEll HAVING astir, gone Into the Mercantile builneii, would reitpectf ully announce to the public that lie uuw rcceiriug una opening a ipienaia ttOCK 01 In the Btore Room on the Kit ilde of the Public 8.) wire, formerly occupied bjr P. 11. Keith A Co., and to which he inviui attention. TheOoodiare AIX NRW and the stock complete comprising a general auoritneiit of every deacrlptlon or Goodi usually brought to thli market, which were purchaated in the Northern oitiei on very favorable terroe, which enables him to offer great inducement to pure hater i. Give him a call and examine hli assortment, and he win use me utmost endeavors to sail you as good bar gains as can he bought at any other house in towu. Athens, May 1MMM MirrWKIf.HTM-Oneor two Journeymen Millwrights, of steady habits, can And employ tne tit by applying Immediately to tho undersigned, at ins mill in Aniens. a. ULibAUtt. May 10-tMM A. O. 3PI O BBSO 2T. Of TtnncaM) w WESSON & COX, luacrACTCsias in waouaata dsilsss dj Boots and Shoes, no. 10 tvouruanoj sireei, linear oroaaway,) LUSH WftMOIt o.1 NEW VOHK TO WMB HMD onx, , f May 16-ly-451 C. B. NEAIi, A. ttornoy Xj as, xsr. iHadlsoiivllte, Tens., l7IT.t nraetlee tn the Courts of Monroe. MeMInn, Blount snd PoU. may 1J-II-51 CAN bs obtained from ths undersigned, on food paper, st s ressonabl. discount. May 16-810-451 M. L. PHILLIPS. Chancery Court at Plkevllle, Tenet, m William s. Swafford, ft. John T. Swaffhrd. Kt nl. IT sppesrlng from the slksatlnns of ths enmptatnv ant'i original bill that the defendant, John T. Swaf ford, li s resident of the 'late of Mlssnnrl, It ll there fore ordered that publication be made In the Athene Poit, requiring the laid defendant to sppesr St the next term of tbe Chancery Court, to be held St Plke vllle. Illedsoe Connie. Tenn.. on the third Mnn.Uw nf September next, then and there, on oath, to nnswerthe cnmpiainanra amended BUI, or the eame will he taken for eon feieed and let for hearing exparte si tn htm. a. v. nuhwuuu, v. a M. May IB, 185a-4t-pri fee tD-tM Land Sale. In tht County Court of ileias countu. Tenia. George P. Owens, Adm'r of the estate of Ti- uenoe L. llenton, deo d, wa. Mary Benton, and Benton, minor heir of said lutence L. Benton, defended by liii Guardisn ad litem. Marr Kenton IN olieilienoe to an order and d.cree of the County Court of Jleitrl eountr. Tennessee. in this cause, at the May term, 1867, of aaid Court, I will sell to the highest bid ier.on the premises, on the 19lh dny of June nest, upon a credit of one, two and three years, in ennui instalments, except the sum of one hundred dnllsrs, which will be required to be paid down on day of sale, the following deearilied L.Am mentioned in tne plesUings, of which the snid Tidence L. Benton died, seised and possessed of, to wit: One hundred nnd sixty acres nf Land in snid oounty nf Meiirs, it be ins ine north west quarter of section twenty- nine, township first, ranue second. West of the meridian line, in the lliwasaee district. Note and approved security will be required for unpnid portion of purohnse money, and a lien reiainea upon the l.anl until all is paid. WAAir.3 a. nuv.-iiui, virrK, Per N. J. Lillaru, D. 0. Msy 8. 18BT-td-prs fee (nl-451 Land Sale. In the Countti Court of Meigs countu, Tenn, John Wamack, Adm'r of Joseph Wainack, deceased, vs. ' . John Georfre and wife, and the other distribu tees of Josenli Wamack. deo d. TN obedience to an order and decree of the A. County Court of Mems county. Tennessee. in this cnuse, at the May term. 18s7. of said Court, 1 will sell to the hiirhest bidder, on the premises, on Saturday, the 2V th day of june nest, on a oretut ot one ana two years, exoent the sum of seventy-five dollars, which win ue retjiiireu tu us tiaiti on ineunyoi sale, the following describeil LANDS mentioned in tbe iileadinirs, of which the said Jose w smack, died, seized and possessed of, to wit: Situated in the fourth fractional town ship, thud range, West of the meridian line, ui tne r.itu section, and the Jiortli-enst and rorth-west quarters of said section, begin ingonihe North-east corner on the ton of tne aic.timn niuue, st a onrner made between the snid Joseph Wamack and Thomas G. Bon iter, on a post-oak and hickory tree; thence west with a marked line to a stake: thence Boutli 144 holes to a stake; thence Enst with the dividing line or said section to the top of uie mc.Miiiu inline io a BLiiKe ninrxea out tiy the said Joseph Wamack and John C. George; thence North wilh the meanders of the Mo- Minn ltidge to the beginning corner con tnining '216 acres. Note with approved seen ' rity will be required for purchase money, snd ucu reiaiueu upon ine i.ahi until sll is paid. JAMES A. IIOWSICU, Clerk, Per N. J. LitXAuu, D. C. May 6, 1857-td-pre fee $9-461 Stop the Horse Thief! N Wednesday, the 8th inet., a man who v x sum ins name was Mijnatl, and hailed from Cniborne coitutv, Tenn , ten miles from Tazewell, hired a SOHltliL MARK from the Livery Stable of the subscriber. Sweetwnter. Tenn., alleging thnt he was going into Ftonne county, pretending to he burnings location for a Store, promising to return the Mare by me inn inet., wnicu ne nas isueu to uo, and I snppnie he has left for parts unknown. Said Mvnslt is dark skinned, with black whiskers, full black eyes, ahoi.t six feet l or 2 inches high, and weighs about 200 lbs; was well dressed and looked like a gentleman, butheaint, I think he is the same man who swindled the owner of the Livery Stable in .VoMinnville, sn aconiint of which I see in the Nashville papers. I think he traded my mnro snmewliei e in the neighborhood of Mo Vliunville a short time before he obtained the other nnir. The Mare is a rather psle sorrel, under 15 hands hiuh, high headed, light tail, crooked up considerably when traveling ns if she had been nicked, miffed in tbe hocks nnd pastures as if she had been rode hard (which is so,) six yesrsoiu tins spring, rather linn in order, well proportioned for activity exceedingly fast to trot, and if hitched tn s plow in gears she will neither kinck nor go forward if she moves at all will invariably aa backwards .ne iiriiusiDe wore on nna s lair leather headstall and striped webbing reine. Saddle about half worn. Quilted blnok alio seat, fair skirts, on a close examination the horn has been partly split off and tilled out with lent her, and then covered. She started In the direction of Athens, but was never heard of alter she passed my plantation. Any person knowing of such a mare heinir traded sinoe the 8th of April, and will ex amine her well can soon recognize her, and inionn me, lor Which I will pay them f i5. II. B. YEAH WOOD. Sweetwater, Tenn., April 24, 1867-tf-448 MANNY'd COMBINED Reap! ng and Mowing Machines, With Wood's Improvement. A LOT of these superior labor laving Machines sre now at Charleston, Tenn., which runners are re quested to examine. One of the Machines may be seen at Cleveland, Mouse dreek, and Philadelphia. Order early, and the Agent will come to your house and put tne Miiciiine up aim warrant it to no as well as recuin. inentieu,on a lair trial. J, r. M r. K, Chttrltntim, Muy s-tf-l&u Agent for lower Eust Tennessee. II. R. DODSO, D. D.S.. Burgeon Dentist, Office corner of Ocoee and Meadow streets, 4'loveluiids Tenn. W Dental Material for sale. Mny 8-tf-H0 Notice. 1UrtSUANT to the fiat of the lion. T. Nixon Van Dyke, on an injunction bill filed by Win. IS. Nelson against A. P. Mo- Clatchey ami others, in the Chancery Court ao Aniens, nnu to me directed, 1 will sell, on the 28th May inet., at the house of the snid Adoipiius r. aioClalchey, in McMinn county, on a oredit nutil the IStli of August next, all the personal property mentioned In a 1Ad of Trust executed by the said McClatchey to a. uuearu, irusree, consisting ol Horses, Cattle, Sheep, one Threshing Machine. Wair oils, and one set blacksmiths Tools; snd on the same day hire Hie following named NE. GKOES, until the loth Aoguit next, to wit! Cliarles, aged about 19; Lewis, 17; Ben. 10; Jesse, s; Avurills. s woman, XII; and Hannah, a girl, A; and at the same lime, rent the Farm on which the said Mct'latohey now lives, for the present season. Notes and se curity will be required for all. Those hiring the Negroes will ue required to return them to me at the expiration of the time for which iney will oe lured. WM. LOWItY, C. k if. May 8, 1867-td-pra fee t4-40 Land for Sule. THE undersigned offers for sals s valuable TRACT OF LAND, containing 660 aores 180 acres io cultivation, and about 80 of that fresh Land, with about 100 aores of good upland to clear all lying well, and plenty of good timber. Cleared Land all under good fence. There ia on the premises s first rate Dom running spring, convenient to the house; a good Framed Dwelling House and Kitchen. A good outlet for stock. The Farm is situated in a healthy section of country, five miles West of Tellioo Plains, and one mile North of Edward Lee a Store, Monroe county, Tenn, I will sell s bargain MARTIN WILLIAMS. Monroe so,, May 8, 18o7-lf-toO National Police Gazette. ailllia srest loumsl of Crime snd Criminals Is fn Its J. Twelfth Year, and Is widely elroulated throughout the country. It contains all the great Trials, Criminal Cases, snd sppropriate Editorials on the same, together with information on Criminal Hatters, not to be found tn any other newspaper. BubscrlDtlons. Stf ner annum! AI for sis months, to be' remitted by aubsoribere, (who should writ, th.ir namr. and tn. town, oounty and Stat, where they re reside, plainly,) Tn R. A. 8KYMOUR, iMitor rroprlttor or tse national Police Uaaette, ttay -tr New YorS Oily. Valuable Farm foi Sales THE inlisorilier wishes to sell his FARM on which he resides. It eontains X40 ACUKA about 1A0 of which are well im proved, the balance ia well timbered. It is situated ebottt three miles North west of Kiceville Depot, Mollinn county, snd Is well wstered. There is a irood Dwelling Ilnusa on the premises, Kitchen, good Double Barn, and a nret rate urcnaro in fact, it is one of the most desirable Farms In the country, as there is no mora healthy location anywhere. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to call and look at the Lands and improvements. tW As the subscriber intends moving to the West, if he does not sail before the Isf elny of August next, ha will on that day offer the above FARM at public sale, on the prem ises, to the nigheat bidder. JA. P. ALLEN. McMinn county, April 44, 18.l7-td-448 li O O K I Behold and Wonder! ' pilli suhsorihera would respectfully sn L nounce to nil the world, that ther are now roceiving from New York nnd Philsdel phin, one of the largest, lieit selected, and most faehionahle stocks of Spring and Summer Goods ! ever offered in this market. Having made their purol ases with great care, and upon the best terms, they feel satisfied thst they esn sell Goods as low as they can be bouitht in r n. rt. . . . .. r.snt i enneasee. i neir oiorto IS, tn sell Moodf CHEAP, and make money by selling the more of them. They will keep constantly on hand every thing that is usually kept, and more too. Their stock consists, iu part, of LADIES DRESS GOODS I such as Silks, Berages, Brilliants, Lawns, Jno ouets, Muslins, (iinghatni, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss, Dlaok Silks, Argentines, Prints of nil rincec and styles, LadiesCnnnlines and Brass loops, new styles. Lsces, Kihhons. Dress Trimmings, Collars, Bonnets, new and heau- tilnl, Misses lists and Gipsies, Kouches; Hats of all kinds Leghorn, Straw, Fur and Snxony; Cloths, Casaimers, Cottonades, Farmers' Drills, Illeaehed and Brown Domes tics, all widths; Tickings, Italian Cloths, Hab it Cloth, Vestings, READY-MADE CLOTIIXOI something new, Gram and Silk Coats, Mar seilles and Satin Vests, drc. Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Spades, Shov- eia, rurss ana Axes. Also, the best Scvthe HI.J-- : . r.. r.. . - . muoea m America; ueensware, umna and Glassware, all kimls; Books and Stationery. a inrge sioeic ol uoid Jewelry, such as Ureast 1'ius, 1.0 r Drops, Kings, do., at low prices. We ask you to oome and see our Goads. and we feel sure jou will say they nre cheap and buy them. W. G. HOllTON t CO. April 17 Valuable Land for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale his valuable FAltM, lying in the 2d District, Meigs county, on the lliwassee Kiver, ten miles he low Calhoun. The tract oontnins about 800 nure, 160 of which are under cultivation the balance is well timbered, and a portion of it adapted to cultivation. There are about 40 acres bottom land. There is an excellent wnter power, with fall enough for Mills or mihk, muuiuuery. it is nu well watered. There is on the premises a comfortable Dwell in?, Barn and outhouses. If not. previously sold, I will offer the above at. putiiic sale, on the premises, on Friduy, the 18th dnv of July next. Tkhms: One-third cash the balance, with interest, in oue ana two years. T. J. MATTHEWS. May 1, 18fl7-td-44!l men scHK.nut fs .Mr, isst. E. FltANCE & CO., Managers, Grand lonsolid't'd Lottery oHId. CLASS O, To be drawn Saturday, May 2.1.1, In Baltimore, Md. Drawings conducted under the superintendence of the oiaie lottery untnraissiuuer. SCIIKIIK. 1 Prize of $ii5,MiO is $(15,000 1 Prise of 24,978 is 24,978 2 Prizes of l:,ono are 80,ooo 2 Prizes of lO.noOare 20 000 2 Prizes of 8,000 are 111,000 2 Prizes of 6,iiiio are 12,000 5 Prizes of 4,0u0 are 2u,000 6 Prizes of 8,000 are 16,000 tflTlOO Prizes of 1,700 are 170.000 t"100 Prizes of 1,000 are 100,000 64 Prizes of 200 are 13,200 66 Prizes of 100 are 6,600 182 Prizes of 60 are 7,820 4,092 Prizes of 40 are 168,680 26,740 Prizes of 20 are 614.800 80,316 Prizes, amcJnting to $1,178,178 TtdktU WIMcts 10 Quarters 6 Eighths i,50, Oertincate of Package of tn Wlmles cost 1316,00 Uo, do iS Halves cost ISS.no Do. do 80 quarters cost 79, '! Do. do 20 K.g-litr,s cost 8,50 Havana Flan! KXTIIA CLASS'S. To be drawn In Baltimore, MJ.,Salunlay, Ma;30,tW7. HPLtCNDID SCIKMB: Capital Prises. Approximation Prises. 1 Prize of $33,00 0 4 of $400 1 " 10,000 4 of 800 1 " 6,200 4 of 250 " Jiooo of 20 1 " 2,000 ' 8of 150 1 " '8 inl inr. 1 ' 1,8c i0 ' 8of 100 1 'o00 a nf on 1 " J'400 if nn 1 1,400 ' 8 of 80 1 " 1:28 20 " 800 80 of 60 20 " 60 0 80 of 60 40 400 160 of 40 105 " 800 420 of 26 1,0(10 Prizes, amounting to $183,Uou Whole Tickets Halves t-QuarterelfiO. Please amlress all orders for Tickets in the above maguiuceel schemes, w T. II. IIUUUAhO k CO., No. 89 favette St.. or Hnx No. 40. OcllO-ly-420 Baltimore, Md, Savannah Lottery! On the Havana I' lan of Single Numbers! ANDKRSON & SON, Managers, Succewora to J. F. Winter, Mamtger. Prize I'ayubUt without nudurlion. Capital Piize $50 0001 Jasper Connly .cad cm? Loderj lit) A uthorilu of tht Stats of Georgia. . CLASS X. Draws May lMh, 1S.tT.ial 81. Amlrews' Hall, Savannah, ua., under the swru superlutenilencs of w. K. eym one, ., and J. M. Preutlss, Esq. Magnificent Scheme! 1 Prize of $00,01111 1 20,000 1 1 1. 1 8 8 100 10.000 ,000 4.000 2,000 8,000 2,600 10,000 6,000 8,760 0,000 1,000 ara too are 100 are loo 60 ars 72 Approximation prises. 8,000 Prizes of $80 ara 8,286 Prizes amounting to $216,260 Tickets 1 10 J7.iir.fs o Quarters 1fi0. Bank Notes ol lound Banks taken at par. Checks on New Vork remitted for Prises. Address Orders for Tickets or uerimcaies or fackaltei or Tleketato ANDillUOM S SON, Managers, Oct 1T-1J-491 Maooa or Savaouah, Oa. tW Persons holding Prlss Tickets of J. f. Winter, ssanafer, wui ssaa wsm is us lor pa jaunt. Swan St Co's Lotteries ! Capital Prize $30.000 ! TICKETS ONLY $10 Owlnt to th (Trent furor with which onr Hlntt Ntim- her louerlt hive been received hy the public, and tht Urge demand for Ticket., the Mnnejtere.fl. Rw A Co., will have dmwlnff each An turd ar throughout the yer. The following Belie me will be drawn In each ot their Lotteries for May, 1957. CLASS 84, To be drawn In the elty of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, OLAKft SW. To be drawn In the city of Atlnnta,Oa.,tn uhlk.on Dwurur, siay win, ipdt. , CLAM ft. " To b drawn tn the city of Atlanta, Oenrrla.ln publie, uouiurtiBj, niif lOln, ISDIe CI.AOA JIT To bo drawn tn the rity of Atlanta, Oenrf to, In pnWIe, was oaiurnay, may xon, I Oil I . To bo drawn In tho elty of Atlanta, Oeonrla, tn public, was Dinviuni, tnmj oirin, on ine piBU Ol Single Numbers! B.HOO Frlaoa i Hot than Ont frUt to Kerry Ten Tickets I JUL (lfloot Bohem ct To be drawn each gaturdaj in May I 1 Prlss of. nn.onms ..IMi.noo ,.. fn.lHH) . . 10,000 ... III.INNJ .. 6,000 ... 6.000 ... 6.000 ... t.fin .. Lrsm ,.. l.im .. srxio ... I..VKI .. 100 .. 1,000 .. I.onn i . . 1,0110 ... I.noo ... 1,000 ... 10,11110 ... 6,000 1 do . 0.tlrllls , 10,0001 , 10.000 Is . ft.OOO Is , ft.OOOl ft.OOOl . ic.Aooii . e.non is . te.ftoo i . CAOO is . 2, .() Is . 8,500 Is . l.OOItll . I.OOOI . l.OOOIs . 'l.OOOIs . l,OOOIs 1 OO sre AO are do do do do do do do do do do do da do do do do do 100 do lnnMlmsfln U.U.. 4 prises of f,-'?-raiprosltnatina:toariO,onOere..fOOfl 4 do 160 approximating to SO.OOOare.. 040 8 do SO approximating, to lo.ooOare.. A40 It do BOapproxImalhivto 6,000 are SiiO 24 do 80 approximating to 8,rio0 sre 720 20 do fin annrnvlmatlnff tn 1 ann a SnA 8,0(10 do 20 ar 60,000 3,200 Prizes, smountlngto 204.OOO Whole Tickets 0ltalreH Quarters x. VI.MS OF TUB I.OXTFIIY. The numbers from 1 to ft.ann.f.m.rann,ii., with those numbers on the Tickets, primed on separate slips of paper, are encircled In small tin tubes and placed In one wheel. The first 918 Prises, similarly Printed and encircled, are placed In another wheel. he wheels are then revolved, and a number li drawn from the Thee! of numbers, and at the same time a rrise is nrawn irom tne other wheel. The number and Prlao drawn out are opened and exhibited tn th s,,Hi. ence.and registered by the Commlssnners; the Prlae being placed against the numher drawn. This opera tion isrepeated until all the Prises are drawn out. APFsoxisiTins rsisss. The two preceding snd the two sucridlng numbers tn tline drawing the first IS Prltes will be entllled to the 72 Approximation Prizes, according tn the scheme. TheS,ona Prlsesof S20 will redetermined hy the last flgurenf thenuiHlif.rwlilrliilrnwatheSAn.oiio. For ex emp!e. If tlii. number drawing the f.ftn.ooo Prise ends Willi No. 1. then alt the Tickets where the number ends with I will be entitled tn fin If the number emls with No. 2, then all the Tickets where the number ends with 2 will he entitled ln2S, and soon. Certificate of Pachtaea will he inhl at th fountain rates, wblcli Is the rink: Oerllflcateof Package of 10 WhnteTlcketa 0 io Hair . 40 10 Quarter ' 20 10 Righth " 10 In Orderlntr Tirkot or fortiricntna, Kclose the mnnej to our address for the Tickets or ired. on receiptor which they will he forwarderi hv first mall. Purchasers can have Tickets ending In any figure they may designate. The list of Oruwn Numbers snd Prizes will be sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and give their Post Oltlce, County and Htate. l-v Keinemner mat every prlae Is drawn. and nay- able In full without deduction. fcr All Prisesof al.oooand under.naldlmmedlate- ly after the drawing other Prizea at the usual time of thirty days. All communications stnctiycnnnuentlal. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to 8. SWAN A CO.. Atlanta. Oa. June a-ly-40 g. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. 6" A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the prise that each Is enti tled to, will he published after every drawing. In the following papers: New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston Slundird, Niishville Gazefe, Atlanta In telligencer, New Vork Weekly Day Hook, and Savan nah Morning News. RATES OF FREIGHT KROU Charleston & Savannah to Knoxvlllc, AND AM. THE STATIONS ON THK Cast Tennessee V tJeorgia Ball a. . First Class. Piano Firtss, Bonks. Stationery. Boots. Shoes and Hats, Liquors tills, dio. (in bottles,) Cnnmliens nud Spirits Turpen tine (in barrels,) Carpeting, Cliinn, Ulass and Glassware, Cinurs (in asses,) Clocks, Coufectionaries, Cutton Curds. Cutlery (in cases,) Casks nnd Boxes, Dry Goods (in boxes and bales,) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit irees and Miruiiiiery, mi s, Harden Seeds, Lonkinir Glasses nnd Lonkinir Glass Plates (at owner's risk.) Oysters (in cans and jars,) Saddlery, Tin unci Brittania Ware, lens anil cpit-ee, ueurgm ana notllll L.sr olina Domestics, . . , per 100 lbs., 11,15 Second Class. Hardware, except such as specified In first and third classes. Coffee Mills. Ma chinery, Foreign Liquors (in barrels and pines,)" Tobacco (in hoxes.) Leather (in. rolls and boxes,) Oils (in barrels and casks,)Crockery andQueenswsrefin orates and oasks,) Mice, Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Brass and Copper, . . per 100 lbs., 11,00 Third Class. Axes, Shovels, Sjindes, Sud Irons, Zinc and Tin in pigs, Tin Piute, Aavils, Vices, Cueks of Chains and Hoes, Manilla and Cotton Cordage, Coffee, Heavy Castings, Mill Gearing, Kail llnad Wheels and Axles, Chairs and Spikes, and Rosin (in barrels,) per lou lbs., 0,80 Special Rates. Furniture and Carriages (boxed,) and otherlight articles not enumerated; alro. Carboys of Acids or other Cheniicitle, will be charged by actual weiglitbutattlntible first class rates, . . . per 100 lbs., $2,30 To insure safety from losses and delays, shippers must have every packaie pfuiniy marked with name of cousiguee, destination and depot of delivery. The Depots on this Road are : Fountain Hill, Sweetwater, State Line, Philadelphia, Clevelund, Lnudnn, Charleston, Lenoir's, Kiceville, Concord, Athens, and Monse Creek, Knoxvills. ttf" To commence 1st March and continue to 1st June, 18ft?. H. T. PKAKK, Sup't So. Cn. Railroad. GEO. YON UK, " Georgia " WM. M. WADLEY, " Central " E. FJOTH, M. dt W. J. M, SI'ULLOCK, ! W. 4 A. K. C. JACKSON, " E.T. AGa. " Feb. 24. 18.i7-tlslj-HO Chancery Sale, IJUItSUANT to s decree of the Chancery Court at Kingston, made at the April term, 1857, in the cause, John W. Harrison. Adm'r, fio., aisninst Jmiies K. Harrison and ol Iters, I will proceed st the Depot of t'..f East Tennessee t Georitia ltail Itosd Co., in the town of Loudon snd county nf Hoane, on Friday, the IMlh day of June. 1857. to sell nt pulilio sale, to the highest bidder, nn a credit of twelve and eivhteen months, (except the sum of ten per eent. on the amount bid, which is required io he paid down at tha time of sale,) the NhUilU SLAVICS mentioned in the pleadings of ssid oause, belonging to the es tate of John Harrison, dee'd, vis: Hick, Vail, Minty, Judy, Jinny, Mary Jane, Manilly, Jim, Peter, Martha, Bilvev. Green. America. and Daniel. Bonds with approved security, bearing iulerest from date, will be reuuirad of the purchasers. Bale between tha houre ot u and l o clock f. 11., oa tha day above uivubiuueu. TII0MA8 N. CLARK, 0. 4 it. May 8. 1807-td-prs fee I7-4SO Hiwassee College, ' Monroe co. Tonu. SITUATION, In the country, 9 miles from Marl I souvllie. Pacoltv Rev. J. H. bruncr, A. M. Prcs't; Bhio'I 8. Doak, Rsq., A. H., Vice Prci't: Tutor. Tuition $. Board fia to J. Vulumea In Libraries 1100. Students last year lot). Largs new Boarding House going up. Pall session will begin Rep- uiuvvi 4s tu( t-tt-wj i, a. AkVI , oec Premium Wheat Fans ! IMPORTANT TO FARMERS! f itibftcflber wonld rtpctfritl7 Inform Hie Farm- M. Inn public and all oiheri lntrciiti, thai ha till continue! to m nil Tartu re ft. , 'I liurbrr'a Im prorral Prfmlum Wbrnt 'nntH at tliaoid tatid In fhlUflelplHtt, Tenn., where he will b happy to wait Upon hit old friend and ni manj nrwon ai may d?alr th? mnclilnea, Thne Pnn are an Improvement upon the "I. T. rant Pan," b Mr. Thurber, who a th Inventor of the Grant Fan. TliMe Fans hava re ceived Premium! where larjf numlpen were on elhlhl tion.ln tartoim Statei of lha Union, to wit i In lew York, whero Uierfl wera over fifty competitor for the pfemhmi, ana In Ohio, where there were thirty con temlinirforthe tame. Virginia, Fenmylvanla, North Carolina, and the Middle Dlvlalnn of the State of Ten nfwiee, hava acknowledfred the tuperlorlty of the Fane by awarding premium, at their rrppecilve Fair, to the froprletnre. wffhlc Pan lf took the premium at Oolumbla, 8o. Ca., 1at Pull. In a word, they are iupe rlor to anything ever before offered to the fmbllc. He enhjnlni a oertlftnate of several fentlemen of PIHIadel phln, well known to the people of lower KaetTenneMeel 'Thin eertlflet that the underlirne4 timed and tried N. V. ThurlKr'i Premium Wheat Fan, and state thnt It Cleaned one bunhel per minute, st-paratlnr nil flit h to euch a decree ofperfeotlffn that It cannot be rivalled by any Fan now Irtiite; and wo recommend all who stand In need of each a machine tn ef amine this Improved Pan berort purchasing elsewhere. J. D. Josm, CA. CAMMnff, Hlsw(ton,w1th Fane, will travel throuffin.it lower RBt Tennre and upper Oeorgla, durlnjf the prexent Spring and ensulr f Bummer, J. COTTON Philadelphia, Tenn., April 17, 1 WT-tMtT alu. m, fuuci w. c. aoenaoa. Wallace & Robinson, General Commission Merchants, A HP tSALRR TEN Jf ESSE K PllODUCE, Allnilta, lli eriia, WILL give special sttentlon to ths sale of Paeon, Lard, flour, Whiskey, Tobacco Ac. Consign ments respectfully solicited. FreiuptattenllMti Ives to Cash orders. Agent! for the sals of gtasrnsi Marvin's Fire-Proof Safes. mar sn-ly-4fi roxxxa liHUTY, (Of Jrnneeett,) .WITH Jacob Mayer & Co., ASCrAOTOasSS ASS WSOLSSALB ssauss is V Is O T II I N I Clothing warehouse, Nr. H North Third ltrt. (Btfwten Arch and Cherry,) PHILADELPHIA. PA. rpHF utirteralirncd call the attention of Kn-t Trnnii. a ice sicmiunti to their lanra ami vark-d toe It of Rmilu-MtuU (Jlothina. inaile un In tl. U1..1 .nd moat appro red fushlont, trlilrh cannot fall to cire iat it ruction to all who purchase them. We respectfully aoli:t n thoronifh examtnntlon of oor fork by MerctiautivUitlnglMiHiiIHphiHtbernrtiinitkliig reDVi-ti-t4) John L. M. French & Co., GE.YI COMMISSION MERCHANTS, vJ '.'. "ai TE. march d-tf-141 Tellico Plain Tenn., Is now open for the reception of Traretera. march IH-ly-448 J, OODES. xx .a. n x "xkr a h. h' A ATI! AN WEED, MACO, UA., OFFFnSfornnle.alarpe and complete assortment of ilardusare, on the most rutisunable terms. Iran una Genuine Swedes Iron: llest H fin Hit Iron; rnmmnn po lish Irou: Hammered Hteel fur Plow; rnt n.i (ius.... Smith' Toot. nellows; Anrlls and Viaea; llamraeri; Screw Plates; Tongs; Hlioeing Nulls. Pfttntrn' flat, Rcovli's Hoes: Collins' Hoes: llradea P.itpnt llr,-. Hrades' Crown Hoes; Jron and Steel Plows; Truce and W igon Chains; Plow HiimeHnml Lines; Hhovels; Spades. nenoh Planes: Mouldinff I'liineii: Amrurs and Cti I !. Drawing Knlvec; Hws and Adces: Uract and 111 Us: li,.ls... l ....l.l...... ( ... . ' 49toM nch Mill Paws; x Cut aws; Mill Irona: Rub ber and Hemp Parking; ll.'tiinfr, Ac Ppokea nnd Rims; Huh and Hliafta; Axlea an faprlnfrn; Puleiit lmh Leather; Enameled Leather; Lining Naila, Also, full stock of Ttuildintr Hnnlware.Tanneri Toola, v r1"" " 'ir. vuru .inns. v c, PiHrrli'iT-liiu-lJ J. T. & WM. II. W00TT0N, (SnMentorn to Woottnn db HoVowayy) Commission Merchants, Cotton Avenue IVIAl'OS, OA.,- WJ Uj,Pny tPlc, attention to all consignments from y Northern Georgia and Tennessee. And if prompt returns deserve any credit thev hone to share a portion, it leant, of the public vitritnige. Liberal adviiiircs tutulg un goods hi store, Tf di-Hin-d. ions t. wHlT)J william h. winittuii. march 27-ly444 T. f. LUWK., .. A. HICK. Lowe & Rice. Auction & Commission Merchants ANn GE.s'EitJiT. rnimvcF. nn.ir.Ens, Corner of liyfl anil Aliihama streets, AHttiiiii, (aouritln. .Consignments lollcited. fmnrrh 27-1y-444 c WITT, (Z(lf , Mns, 7cuu.,) WITH S. B. & J. D. STODDARD, (Succs9or to If. Stoddard t) DR11.KIU IM Boots and Shoes, corner ot steeling anu nsyne streets April 10-if-446 ChnrlrNloii . C. PIjOYD kou JS . irlacon) Urn, TIT18 House Is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public, and particularly for those baring business to transact In Maron, as it Is central. II. r. HKHIMNU, Proprietor, march 2T-tf-444 U, P. Superintend 't. JU8T received, an excellent lot now and well assort ed Plows, for salf hy AI.KX ANLKIl k URAVKU. Uharleston, Tenn., Kel. ft-t M47 Tlunor Wane srl. WANTKD, a gnoil Journvymnn Tinner, to whom ConntHllt t?iniiluviiifiit anil l i hem I wittrxsi will ha gtvtn. Apply ImiiKdlHttly. J.O. CALHOUN. Jttliens, Tuiip., April 8, lS&7-tf-44A Young Ladies School. "piIE Sixth Pcsslon of Mrs. Cookk's School will com- nience on Monday, Pi-hruary loth. Terms as heretofore. Tuition payable In advance. Feb e-tM87 KOOKH n NTATIflMlltV,-Just re' ceived, a (urge anrtnifnt of School Books. Paper, Harrison's Ink Hnl Plui.l, Pens, Pencils, Ac, and for jr April 10 OKU. W. HO.8. ANTKD A Journeyman Saddler, of steady W W and industrious habits, to whom constant em ployment and liberal wages will be given. Apply Im mediately. f Athens, April 17J K. A. ATI. ICE. gi ItnrTKIFK,-Just received a irood stock of 4 jb prime sugar ami t'olTee. Also, a targe lot of the very hest Htar and Adamantine Candles, which I will oi ciieap lor oasn. April Z4J u, w. IlUrS. GOm Pf ci.Cholre Gold Pens; Ladies Pine " Cold Pens; fluid and Hilver Tases of the ninal ni proved patterns; from the celebrated Pen mutiufau Hirers, Diiwson, Warren A Ilvlc, jnit received nnd for saiv tow, uy ireoaij etuuo iiuu.nmiv, T- Foil K t,V A good Two Uorae w w Mugou and llaruuss fur sale low by Dec 19 8. K. HEP-DER. 10ITH Hlld Slinrsi. A Inrge assortment of M m boots and Mines just received and rnr sitle low for cth, Jun 9 HtllOILS k HOHNtiUY. T r.TIII'll. A lars-e lot (it Northern and A Country Tanni'il Hols and 1'pper Lrnllirr for sh! tiy l.c mj w, u. iioinoN a co. t d UUXKS 8 l,y 10 Window (lias, for sale by M.F Dec 19 W. O. HOllTON k CO. IN TOI.AIt V.-A new mpplr of Colt's Rs. iieaiers ana alien s rievoi,,-rs just rcelv il Hlid for aal by Nor la HK1H1HN k lloitNfllV. WATrilKN, Jewrlrr. Ac A new and larae iis.ortmiit of Watolius, Jewelry, 4c. Just received, wliicli will be lold at low rales for irointtt pay, by Nor 14 8KIIOIIN IIOHNKIIV. flf)Vst, Toys. An unusually large asssorlment JL cfToys.at Norl4J BKllOltN k IKIHNIIl'S. AfT'S tt A It SI and Tsibarrss. A flne aaaortinent ot UiR-ars, and slutoltlie best quallly Cli wlus Tobacco, by WlIIOUN k HOKSSUY. H.OTIIIJ. A larire stock or Ready Hade Tb Lioiuuig, jus, reeivvu ana lor r sale by A. CLEAQK CO. "OTN ASjn NIIOKN. A splendid assart meut of Hoots sud tibovs, received snd for sals by 00! S4 A. tLKAUK S UtJ. Iloltln Cloths. "rV-CMRrita4,6,(,B,lland In. on band snd tor sals. Oet.A.'M UcKVWH k Oll.l.tSl'U. f SIPrit IIl.IJIl.-A larr. lot.sultabli A iur iitus , I'suor, ao., lor .nie. UttWKN k OII.LESPIR. Wm:AT ts'0 HIKIi.-W, desire to purchase Wheat and liauon, for wliicb ws will pay lhsb!sbestBarxet value hi rash. JOIINHON. IIORNK CO., Au S-tf ecr. BrosS and Market sis., Nashville. New Goods-Latest Arrival I c. r. umbsojy r co., . If oHh mst Corner of Publis Sjtutrs, REHPECTFULtsJr loforrn Ihslt frisnds tpi '. ths nulilie (snstalljr that Xtnj ars fust In receipt of ona f las Unrest sad bssfasp- aortmsnla of ' - finrlnrr ntteX GsiimimasI' fiaaJ. ' 1 wF."ft cassis uuiaiai I WVV19 ir brooirht to this town. Tlisrs is no mls tsks tlraut It ths fnots ars just that way, as sll esn sss who will do tham ths fssor to all. Thsy do not deem it neeassarr to go into details, and will only mention a few ar ticles which may be found among their lai'geV , and splendid slock, such aa fjilke, Tteaties,' Berates, Challts, Jsenrnitts, Lswns, Unslinv Oinglmms, J'rinU, Kibbona, Laoes, Trimmings, and orer; thing else in tbe lias of Lsdies irrese uooos. ror tns rougher portion of llod'a erestion, they hsvs Cloths, Garni mere, Tweeds, Kersers, Linens, Cottonades, fast ings. Hats of sll descriptions. Boots atrd Shoes, and erery thing slss worn bj man in thie fast age. A Also. GROCERIES agt.T, Coffee, llolaa ses, die., As. Now, thay not only bars the Goods, bnl they are determined to sell them lower then anylmdy, for Cash, or in siehsnge for sp jiu.w, ..vitiur, I rvuiice. Uive them a call snd aiamina their stock. Tbsy don't charge narw red for showing their Goo-la. April , 1867 ' Against the World ! 17 sloslre to call the attention of Farmm m4 y MiiUr to our lately Improred lioiiblt Hrrr. tilntT M hnt Fan, Patented hy T. J. Don a, April With, 1NT.2, which we art maiiuracturlngln LOVDON and RHEA J OWN, Auf 7'rfinew. This poptilar and extensively used Pao baa taken th highest awards wherever exhibited. Tig: AI the MaryUnd Htate Pair, Baltimore, where there wero atleasty tn of mrw approved maka of Virginia, Maryland and the Northern States, exhibited; at th Viritlnla Plate Pair, at Richmond; at the South Bide Ag ricultural fnlr, at Petersburg, Va.; at the Virginia Val ley Agricultural Pnlr; and the highest honors of lha Kt Tnneee Agricultural Society, at Knoxville,! ISM. 'ISA and M also, at the Oottity Fair, at Kiugstoa, In 1M. Hrownlow's Whig, In speaking nf ft, soyp : . "Other Pans Were exhibited of an excellent quality, but none to compare with those manufactured by tha Messra.Doyles, of Rheatown." We have received olher priies too numeroua to announce here, and hundreds of cerliflCRtea of our Fan'a supertorltr from practical farmer of Virginia and Fust T.itnesee. We har had nn ntnpUo'portHnttfto tt our fun and are con vinced It is the W fn . We think we know what the fanners want, and that our long and extensive ex perience In the business, and arduoua labors to bring; the Fun to Ita present perfection, enables ua to lull them better than any other pervm In the Pan business, and they mny rest axsured no pains will be spared to give them the best Pan fn the market. Our Pun has giilneil Its enviable popularity entirely In consequence of Un merit": and for a Fan ta retain It popularity and Increase In demand as ours hna done In the same dis tricts for three years. Is one of the bent evidences of It value. Our Piinsaremildon trlnl.snd WARRANT ED taclMnMr rrnrf vtnitr than any other Fan In ue. Our teams will deliver them at almost any point In Frist T nneee. N. B. We will also All orders from Middle snd West Tenneasee, (leorgla and Alabama. All orders to us at Loudon or Hheatnwn. Rust Tenn., will he promptly filled. Rr-tcure of mwWmi. All our Fans have T. J. Iyle A Co., stamped upon them. For Oertiflratet anal References, sec cirf tilnrs. T. J. DO VtK A CO. Without any further references we annex the follow ing certificates, and the evidence that mav be afforded by the numeroua Farmer In the surrounding counties to whom we have snidln the last year, as being tha mnt complete machine of tbe kind ever Introduced Into the com, try. We repeat, we defy the world to beat them. April 24-6in-44S J. T. D. t 00. We certify that we hive nsed one of T. J, Doyle's Patent Double ckreen Wheat Fans In our Steam Flour ing Mill, and we cai any, with truth and candor, that they are the most perfect machines of the kind that have ever come under our observation for cleaning smut, cockle, client, Ac, from grain. We have need various machines, hnt none equal to Doyle's Wheat Fun. It bus given entire satlsfHcflon, and we think that no Parmer or Miller will fail to purchase after trying one of them. R. T. W I IPON, J. W. CLAHK. Loudon, April 20th, 18.17. J AS. H. JOHNSTON. I concur fully with the above certificate. !. T. LONG, Miller at Steam Flouring Mill, Loudon. New Store and New Goods. rpilE nndcrsipned beg leave to inform their L friends and the pulilio generally, that thev are now receiving and opening NEW and splendid stock of Spring and Summer Goodsl at the old stand of W. II. ISallew. Their stock consists, in pnrt, of LADIES DRESS GOODS 1 Silks, Tissues, Bareges, .laconetts. Lawns, As. GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODSI Cloths, Cnasiiners, Tweeds, Linens, die., dre. Also, a large stuck ol Kesdy-Made I'loth ing, llnots and bhoes, Hats aud Caps, Hard ware, Queensware, GROCERIES! Drugs and Dye-Stuffs. In fsot, every article usually kept'by merchants to all of which they invite the puldic to examine. They ars determined not to he undersold, as they think the system of Quick Sales and Short Profits is the best, both for the customer snd tbe mer chant. Oive them a call and examine Goods and prices. Thev charge nothing for show ing Goods. DEADKRICK A LOWRY. Athens, April 10, 1867-tf-446 Executors' Sale. XVT1LL be sold, on Wednesday, ths 10th T V day of Mny next, at the residenoe of the late Nathan Stillins, ths personal proper ty left undisposed of at the tune of his death, including the Household and Kitchen Furni ture, one set Blacksmiths' Tools, one Horse, Saddle and Bridle, ona Buggy, some Hoes, Axes, &o., cto. bale to commence at about 10 o'clock, A M. All sums of $5 and under, cash; over that, six snd twelve months time,, the purchaser securing bv bond. T. SUI.LINS, ) ., , L. DODSON. E""' Mny 1, 1857-St-449 Chancery Court at Plkevllle, Tens. Jane K. Billing.ly, . John Mincy, Mnlialey Mincy, John C. TtlMiinfa ly, Andrew Hillinnsly, Jlartlm 1 ii i 1 1 n v and her minor children, with tlir,-e utii'-V children of Samuel Billingsly, tlee'd, twutivs nut known, and others. IT nipearing from the allcgntions of the complainant's bill that the above nsme4 defendunts are all non-residents of the Mate of Tennessee, it is tiarefore ordered ilmt pub lication be made for four successive weeks in the Athens I'ust, s newspaper published in the town of Athens, McMinn county, Tenn., requiring said defcnduitis to appear oo ir be fore the next term of the t'haucery Court, to be held at Pikeville, Bledsoe county, Tenn., on the third Monday of September next, then aud there to answer complainant's bill, or ths same will be tsken for confessed and set for heating ex parte as to them, S. a NOUWOOD, 0. i it. Pikeville, April 24, 1857-4t-prs fee (3-448 1 liunrory t'aurl ut .tladikosiville. Hclicccu Wilton, (jtiiirilimi of George, Isaac, Smith and Mary Wilson, minor children of Isauo Wilson, deceased, ' t'S. Uriah Wilson, Joseph Winkle, Ssm'l Winkle, I'olly Winkle, Klender Winkle, Jehu Bell and Mulinda Bell, sud others, heirs of i'harles Wilson, dee'd. IT appearing from the bill that tha defend ants hereiu named reside beyond the liui. its of Tennessee, publication is ordered'to be 1 made for (our weeks in the Athens Post, re quiring said nun resident defendants to ap. Iienr at next term of the Chancery Court1 to ia helil st the i ourt-houis in Madisouvtlls, ou the fuel Monday ot June, 1857. snd answer complainant's bill, or the sains will bs tskeo sseoufessed snd heard accordingly ' J. A. COFFIN, C, tt ii, April 24, 1857-4t-prs fee 3-448 " Ttt Stephenson, vs. James usin and others, TT appearing aaiisfsouirily to th a wader. X signed thst ths said James Baia.tse of tue ueienannts to cross bill, has,, auoved be yond ths limits of Tennessee, publication Is ordered for four week in tha Athens Post, requiring the aaid James tiain io uiaka his personal sppesrsncs at next term ef ths i lisneery l ourt, to be. held at ths. Court house iu llsdisonville, on tha 1st Monday of June next, and answer complainant's. cro bill or tht tarns will be set for besrin ss con. Ceased. i. A. COFFIN, ft st -V. April , l8S7-4t-pra fes t-448 "