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rhea county sulphur springs. Thete Snrines sre situsted in Rhr eounty, Tennessee, between Tennessee Hirer and Wal Jen' Ridge, in rich, fertile and beautiful Talley, which U settled iy a population Doted for good morals, quiet, unassuming manners, snd generous hospitality. Having partaken of the hospitality of the eituene and tasted the curative properties of the water of u Springs, in person, and having seen the eT fecU produced on others I feel warranted in .peaking in the highest terms of Loth A careful analysis .! thi ""r t0 "t"1B the fullowfng ingredient. :-Epsom salts, sul- phur. mag...!.. ai 'ml111 1uantlty of iodine. .. Jfediral waters, like patent medicines, are nine tenths of lliera humbug; yet we occa sionally fiiid oue of each that may possess many curative properties.- It is worse than fully ta say that the water of Sulphur Springs will cure any aud all diseases to which flesh is heir, jet I know the truth whereof I af firm when I say it will cure and relieve ft great many. I write uot as the "paid or pen aioned puffer" of another's lnteret, 'but to tell in simple language to my friends arid ac quaintances what I have seen, and what I Lave felt and do know. Large number, have experienced treat relief from almost every kind of ehrouio disease, and I have known' many relieved who were suffering from torpid liver, chrome diarrhoea, dyspepsia, weak lungs, bleeding lungs, weakness aud poin in the back, and varous kidney and stomach dis eases. Different persons have visited these Springs, whose stomachs were lo weak that it wa with great' difficulty they could retain the smallest quantity of the most digestible food, who, after drinking; this water one or two weeks, would eat a hearty meal of bacon and bears without experiencing the leastriu- conveuience. For cleansing the system, of the bud effects of mercury aud other strong medicines, and for giving tone and strength to weak stomachs, 1 consider this water as being almost without rival. Almost any cutaneous disease yields readily to an appli cation of this water, and many very obsti nate cases of no re eyes have been entirely cured byit.1 For oostiveness it is an Infulli ble remedy. Many persons with' weak lungs have - beeu much relieved, and one of the present proprietors of the Springs, who, when he first etme there, was well nigh at death's door, is now, through the use of this water, a stout, athlotio and perfectly healthy man. I have been afflicted myself, for years', with torpid liver and bleeding lungs, and know that I have derived an incalculable beueilt from the. me of the water. . Extensive preparations are being made to accommodate visitors the present season-. '.A large Uotsl, 90 by 40 feet one wny, and 80 by 32 another, will be completed in few days, together with twenty-five or . thirty cottage . The proprietors inform nie Illini they will open on the 15th of June, and will be prepared to accommodate .one hundred nd fifty to two hundred boarder. , . ' " ' Most watering placet in East Tennessee are difficult v( access, and are located in portions, of the country that are but thinly settled, and consequently afford but scanty supplies for the table. " At Sulphur Spring it' Is dif ferent. They are easy of access and the sur rounding country is thickly settled by indus trious and thriving farmers, whose farms afford bundant supplies to comfort the inner man, and no class of men I have ever met with are more willing to have you share it with them than these same Rhea county farmers. But I must caution invalids visiting these Springs to be careful how they visit, fur, if by chance or otherwise, you should happen to stop at one of these farmers' houses, no argument will get you off until you have eaten with them, and then if, after having partaken of the for midable array of nice, film and sweet butter, cool spring-house milk, and other luxuries spread before you (which none but country tables ever boast,) you can get up without laboring under the effects of an overloaded stomach, you have greater powers of self- denial than I have shown myself possessed of on several occasions. Immediately at the Springs there is an ex eellent School, under the superintendence of highly accomplished and intelligent lady. There are excellent carriage roads leading out in every direction, and numerous streams re also close by which abound in all kinds of fish. - The mountain (Waldeu' Ridge,)is within three miles, affording deer and wild turkeys in abundance. Fure limestone water is there iu any quantity, aud, in fact, almost very natural advantage. Person visiting these Springs need have no fear but what they will be bountifully provided for, as the proprietor are determined to make their gi.ests comfortable in every respect possible. J would then say to the votaries of pleasure, go to Uhca Sulphur Springs and enjoy your selves; to those afflicted with liver or kidney disease, go and drink this water, it will cure you ; to those afflicted with either diarrhoea or costivenes, you can obtain relief here; to all mankind, however afflicted, go, driuk this water aud be healed. W. T. BLACKWELL. Athena, Tenn., 25th May, o7. pRATII FltOM TIIK PlMVEK UF IlH AdHIATIOH. A atory is told in a lute number of Aeu vellt Zeilung, of n physician who tried an ex periment on u criminal capitally condemned, illustrating the power of imagination. The uiun was permitted tn sec a dog bleed tn death, and to observe all the symptoms of failing life n detailed by the physician, till the muiiietit of the animal's death. Juillledi ntely after, the criminal's eyes weru bandaged, and hTa arm pierced with a lancet, though no vein wua opened. The physician went on describing the 1111110 symptoms witnessed in the dug'a case, and finally pronounced the words. "Now he i dying-." The man did really expire under these operations, allhou"ti lie had nut lost a table-spoonful uf blood. -" Soma enterprising boys were hwk lug bit of ropus about the street on Friday, lit Louisville, wiling Ihun to the ignorant and foolish nt exorbitant rates ns the same mate rial used in hanging the negroes on Thursday evening. Many beni'Mitcd and superstitious puoplu regard ihe possession of a piece of iiangmati a rope sa a sure protection against rats, fits, and iinirou other nVahy ills, and im lire so credulous os to beliove that it hold a charm over delirium tremcn. , If" A Philadelphia editor think that na tion now a day. are so widely and intimately related, Hint they will probably never decay. He doesn't inform ua whether or not in hi opinion, individuals will ever be on audi ami cable term with each other at to live forever. But lie ought to. t if An editor out West is reaponsibla for the following logical deductions: lotteries are unlnvvliil: .Mtuting il a lottery and therefore unlawful. Infatuation is ridiclous; Love is Infatuation and therefore ridiclous. ITThe New York Herald, of the 9th inat contain the following1 proclamation ex traordinary, aomewhnt aiuiilar to the one re cently issued by it to the friend of Col. Fre mont: Notice t8 thi Ftifsoa or Mr. Fill more. In behalf of numerous supporters of .Mr. Fillmore, we call upon his friends throughout the countrr to proceed without further delay to organize for the -campaign of I860. The dismantled condition of the Democratic and Republican forces, and the great issue which are operating to divide me people ol llie Union into two absorbing sectional parties, call for the immediate or ganization of a national Union conservative party to stand as mediator between th North and the South in the next Predentin! elec- lion. Many friend of Mr. Fillmore believe that in Ihe eiht hundred thousand votes w hich lie received last November, from all part uf the Union, there is still existing the nucleus upon which to build a conquering party in I860. To thi end it is desirable, not only Hint Mr. Fillmore's adherent ahould proceed in every State, county, city, town and hamlet, to re-nrg.-uiize tor active service, but that from every quarter such an impulse shall be given to the American Na tional Convention of the second of June, ut Louisville, Kentucky, 11s shall result in the enthusiastic reconstruction of the party upon the genuine, broad and liberal principles of the Constitution and the Union. The Herald, in referring to this proclama tion, says that it had supposed the American party defunct and decomposed, but it has been satisfied of late, that, like II r. Webster, it "still live" that Col. Fremont will prob. ably be superceded ns the' Republican can didate at the North, by the schemes and in trigues of the Seward managers that the Democratic party will be in a minority throughout the northern, and upon a section al platform throughout the southern States in the Presidential canvass of 18G0, and that it is a favorable time to rally around Mr. Fillmore, "a lofty-minded, honest, homoge neous und most formidable conservative Union purty for the succession." A rumseller wua lately hauled up in Ver mont aud fined. He grumbled bitterly at the Temperance men un being very short-sighted. . He said he had really been nt work in theii cause that he had already got the old soakers to drink liquor that was nt least half water, and would utter awhile, if let alone, have had them drinking pure Water without knowing it. (5gfAn individual, -"earing it bright sear let uniform, and currying a long sword, has been pcmmhulnting the street of Newport, Kentucky, lor the past few days. He states Hint lie is Elijah, the prophet, and predicts the destruction of the world speedily. tniA New York paper says: "A few Sundays ngo, nt one of our churches, the choir sang u hymn to a tune which comes in ns follows: 'My poorpol my poor pol my poor polluted heart.' Another line re ceived the following rendering: And in the pi and the pi and in the pious he delights. And still another was sung 'And take thy pil and take thy pil and take thy pilgrim homo.' JgTSomebody says, "Foitune 'B fickle." No such thing! Fortune is always pouring I'nrtli nli-niv. li:iiiiiinH..nd honor: but men sometime yet lazy and careless, and hold thuir iiltitli.m wrnnir side uo. and then blow away at Fortune, because she doesn't fill them. That Hie truth of the story. The Bottom ok tiir Oceak. The expe dition of Lieutenant Beuyman found uo rock along the line of the proposed telegraph, but a soft bed of minute shells. The great est depth was about two and one-third miles. The most wonderful discovery was, that for more thnn thirteen hundred miles the bot tom of .the ocean ia an almost unbroken plain. ttrruin Slick says, aval' gave mm a $ack thi spring, and ho thinks it will Inst him three summers, or more. -$f Green corn has made its appearance in the vegetable market of New Orleans. f" The VIoksburg, Miss., Times contra dicts the statement that fWfl.OOU had been subscribed in that city to purchase a planta tion for Ex-l'resideut Pierce. fjg" The income of the Wesleyan Mission ary Society of England during the past year vas $119,205 8a itd, or upwards of 590,U00 A Fiat. A wager made lust week at Key port, New Jersey, on the feat of picking up 1000 eggs, placed at th distance of one yard from each other, and returning with them singly and placing them in a basket, inside of an hour, was won by Mr. John MeOee, who accomplished the feat in forty nine min utes, nineteen and thiee-quarter seconds. Niw Orleans, May 25. Cotton firm. Sale to day 2,000 bales. Middliug 13 a He Receipts 250 bale. CiiAiaisToN, May 26. Sale to-day 836 bales at U a Hje. Gubernatorial Canvass Appoint" stems for Kpcukiuar. Somervill Tuesday June S lli.liTHT WmIiimuIsJ " 8 Jackson Thursday " 4 Punly Paturday Havannah Mondsy " 8 Waynesboro' Tuesday " l.awrenccbur Wednesday " 10 Pulaski Tliursdsy " 11 K.yettevllle Saturday " 1H Winchester Monday " 1J jasper Wednesday " li Chattanooga Thursday " V Cleveland r'day " 1 Athena Saturday ' W Madlsonville Mondsy..., " M Msryvlile Tuesday... " 81 Kiioxrlll Wednesday " M Heviervllle Thursday ' ! Ilandrldye Friday...... ' Newport Saturday " i Ureenevllle Monday 1... " W Jonrshnro' Tuesday " v Kllaahethlon Wednesday ...July 1 Hlountvllle Thursday " KliirMrl Friday " Koa-.-rsvulc Saturday " lean's Station Monday " Tsiewell Tuesday T Jarkahoro Thursday " Clinton Friday " 1" Klnslon Saturday " 11 parts Monday " 1" Co.kelll Tuesday " 1 l.lvlnrston Wednesday...., " la tlalushoro' Thursdny " 1 Carthage Saturday... " IS Lebanon Monday " Oallalln Tuesday " ' Nasheltle Wednesday ,. " 3 Mnrffeeshoro' Thursday " Hhelhyfllle Friday " MrM!nnTlll fhtturday " A Franklin Monday " t'lilsmMl , Tiwsday " " F.rlnfleld .....Thursday " ' Olarksellls Haturday n. 1 Charlotte, Monday " Ths undersigned, candidates r floyernor, hsre agreed upon the shove list of sppointments for ths en suing rsnrsst. . They would hsrs bees (lad'to be shle to visit sit the counties, but the shortness of the lira rendered tt Impossible. 1P1IAM a. HARRIS, B0RERT HATTO.N. Naihtrllle.Mny Uth.lVT. APPOINTMENTS. J. l.Fatonr, candidate for Senator In the Tlh District, III address his ftllcw-elllaens st ths following times snd placet : Msdlannvllle. Monro eounly.. Monday. .Juns Sweetwater, .Tuesday .... Tea Mile, Meigs eounty., Decatur, " " . (IrHHlfleld, " " . Athena, McMinn County. Mlrrvllls, " . ffilhoun, " " . ...Wednesday.. ...Thursday . ....Friday ....Saturday.... .... Wednesday , .... Thursday .. . .. Friday Mouse Creek," Appnlntratnti for other portion! tf th district will b n4 bsrtaftt. A Colored Mai Elected to Orric. Thomas Howland, a colored stevedore, ha been elected warden in th third ward of Providence, K. I. The result, it appears, waa brought about br joke, but il turned out to be a reality, and a few day ago Howland aemanjca 10 be sworn into oDice. Hi elec tion, niNin examination, was found to be le gal, and he was thereupon sworn, and eutered upon llie discharge of Ins duties. t??" A eotempornry holds that all kind of food should be sold by weight, aud epccia'. Iy errgs, which are so various 111 size, and are sold by number, a most unfair mode. Uf three dozen, taken pomitruously from a lot for sale in a store, he savs, one dozen weighed 8y ounce, one 251, Hie lust 27 ounce. A Hist for the Seasons. The simplest ana best way of preserving woolen through the summer from the destruction of the moths is to wrap them well up, after brushing and beating them, in cotton or linen cloths. The moths can pass neither. Two covers, well wrapped around and secured from the air, will be effectual. An old sheet will auawer. and save all expense of camphor, etc. JIIWIMC CELEHRATIOX. Means Sis Lodoi, No. 50, Free snd Accepted Ms. sons, will celebrate lit. John's Day, 34th June, by pub. Uo Procession. Address, Ac., and Invite oelghboring Lodges, and transient brethren in good standing, to Join In the ceremonies snd festivities of the day. . The public are also respectfully Invited to be present at ths Church. W. O. IIORTON, I W .M. nilKNS, J. Com. Athens, May 49, 1S57. 1. L. GAMBLE, ) Dr. ITI'Lanc' l.irer Pill, Flsxiso Bona. PsorailmiKS. This great medicine has supplanted til others for the cure of diseases of the Liver, lis effects are so aalutary and eed.v, snd st th same time so perfectly safe, that it ia not surprising It ahould super sede all others. Invented by a very distinguished physician of Virginia, who practiced in a region of country In winch Hepatis.or Liver Complaint, ia ieeu liarly furuiidable snd common, and who had sjient years in discovering tlie ingredients and proportioning' their quanlltiea, these Pills are peculiarly adapted to every form of thediseaae, and never fail to alleviate the most obstinate esses of that terrmle complaint. They have justly become celebrated, snd ths researches of Dr. M'Laue have placed his iihiiis among the benefactors of mankind. No oue having symptoms of this formi riahle complaint ahould he without these invaluable Pills. Hikve you a pain in the right side, under the edge of the ribs, which iucreses with pressure unuhle to lie with ease on the lelt side with occasional, some times constant, psin under the shoulder-blade, frequent. iy extending to tne lop 01 tne sirouiaerr iielr upon It, that although the latter pains are sometimes taken for rheumatism, they sli arise Irom diseases of the Liver; and If you would have relief, go Instantly and buy a bos or or. si i.ane a i.iver fills, prepared oniyby riem lug Pros, of Pittsburgh. t1rT Purchasers will be careful to ask for f)r.Mtonel VtlfhraU-a lAVer W, manufactured hy Flkuisg liaos. of Pittsburg, Ps. There are other Pilla purporting to ne t.iver i-ios, now beiore tne punnc. or. M'l.ane'e genuine Liver Pills, also his celebrated Vermifuge, can now be nau at all resectable urug Mores. Aom ftn uiimcWiouttkt tiguattrtof ('.'5) Plsuiko Baos. "Woodland Cream" A Pomes rus Dsie. Tirviso tub mis ingiiiy pcriumed, superior to any French article imported, and for half the price. For dressing Ladies Hair it lias no equal, giving It a bright glossy appearance. It causes Gentlemen's Hair to curl in the most natural manner. It removes dandruff, al ways giving the (lair the appearance of being fresh thainpooned. Price nnly fifty cents. None genuine unless signed r r.nuoiir; a L'., rropretors or "Ilsltn of a Thousand Flowers." For tale by all Druggists. (mar ll-vmeow-441 Died At his residence in Bradley county, Tennessee, near Muskrat Acdemy, on tlie ltitn or May, Isot, Custom Armstroko., In tlie -14th year of his age. The deceased was born and rnised in McMInn county, Teno.; thence he removed to Bradley county, where he resided until the day of his death, with very little reli gious training, consequently he lived a sinful life until he came tnhis desth-hed when he made s profession of religion, lie has lert a loving wire snd children, broth era and sisters, with a large circle of friends snd sc quuintanccs, to mourn their Irreparable loss. But they sorrow not as those who have no hope, for he left a lasting testimony behind that lis was going to rest with kindred spirits, in the land of eternal felicity. O. R. F. COMMERCIAL. Augusla Market Aoocsta, May 25. I hand you herewith statement of our Produce mar ket. HACnx, hog round 14 QU.fc; tides K& Iflr; hams 12 I8lcj shoulders 12 & Wife. L.aDlTfllHc. Ooks fl.lK l,llc, and advancing. 0ts 7 7Sc. Htik-'K Pkas i,23tfBl,Hb. Whkat, none In market.-' Plous, S7.2S 7,7ft for superfine, snd s (TJ 8,5(1 for extra family. Pkathkss 4d & 4-Sc. IIkivwax 'AV BrT Tra 8lic. Euus 16 2uc. Pea Ncts $1. x. cUAsas X per cent. Vourt,very truly, J. A. ANSLKT, CommlMion and Product Merchant. Pomancs, May t ls5T. Bacok The market It fully supplied. We quote ham; l:k; clear aides 14Vc; ribbed tides 14c; shoul ders li'-vu, hug round 18c. Laro Supply equal to demand, st t)f 3 ISc; re flned held at Hue. Notes and Money Securities Culied at a reasonable Discount, by . A JOIIIa A UK Office one door east of Win. G. liurton t Co'l. Alliens, May 2-Sm-458 SULPHUR SPRINGS, It lira counfrs Tcun. TIIK.T. Justly celebrated mediciuul Springs will be open tor tlie reception of boarders on Monday, l&th June next. HOIlll A 8TANTUN, Proprietors. K. H. SASSLLN,Superlliteudi;lit. Miiy S9, '5 tf 4o II tRPK OF roi.vmil.t, Mora of these celebrated gioging Hooka for sale by May M O. F. OIIW0N a CO. Slior-liT'cs Sale. BY virtue of seven orders of sale, issued from the otliceof the Circuit Court Clerk of MoMinn cnuntv, and to me directed, I will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court house door in Athens, on Monday, the 6lh day of July next, all the right, title, interest and claim, thnt John Rue has in and to the Tract of Land on which ! resides, containing 60 acres, more or less, ad joining the Lands of J. H. Crocket, Joseph Kayboun, and others, and lying in the 18th Civil District, McMinn eounty, Tennessee. Sold to satisfy seven judgmeiits'and costs re covered against said John Kue two in favor of K. 1'. Bloom, two in favor of B. P. Cobb, one in favor of A. Cleave & Co., one in favor of P. B. Elliott for tlie use of Win. Hick, snd oue iu favor of J. A. Long JOU5 A. OOULDY, Sheriff. May 29, 1857-8t-prs fee J4-45S J33a.oxlr'as Balo, BY virtue of three orJers of sale, issued from the office of the Circuit Court Clerk of McMinn county, and to me directed, I will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court house door in Athens, on Monday, ths Ctli day of July next, all the right, title, interest and claim, that W. T. Atkison has in and to one-fourth acre of Land, adjoining the Lands of B. P. Cobb, J. C. Car lock, an Jolliers, and lying in McMinn eounty, 1 pnnedsee. Sold to satisfy three judgments and cost recovered igsinst siiid v. T. Atki son oue iu favor or teatnuel ruestons, one in favor of L. liodson, aud one in favor "of Tlioina Cooper. ' JOIIII A. GOULPY, Sheriff. May 99, 867-8t-prt fee S-46 OA8II CAN b obtained from the undersigned, on food paper, at a reason able discount. May 1S-81D-4A1 il. L. rillLLlPS. jx.. o. no 33 33 J3 O JNJ", WITH WESSON & COX, suavriCTUsxas aid wbolssaxb psalsss n Doots and Shoes, No. 1 Courlland street, (oear Broadway,) KLIJAS S. WSSaOS, I 1 E W. " TOWSSSKO COS, I May i5-ly-tSl Farm for Sale. flVII! subscriber offers for sals her FARM, tltnsted K 1 H miles from Athens, on Ihe old road leading tn Philadelphia, and In the immediate vicinity of Foretl Hill, containing XOO AorOB, or lest about 45 acres under cullivstiuti. There sra shout U acres ol splendid meadow land, a portion of which it well set In grass-all well watered. Ihert 11 s comfortable Dwelling House, two nest Brick Collates, good llrlck Kitchen, snd sll necessary outhouses. There is a young Apple Orchard of the best Tariely of fruit, and a Pea.'.h On-hard. If the shove property is not previously dlspoted or, II will be sold at piihlie tale, at tin Cuurt-houss, In Athens, an the td Monday of August nett. .Terms mads known on day of tale. MAKY K. P. LluB. Msjn,1W?-td-a , Swan & Co's Lotteries ! Till MOST BItlLLANT SCIIEMI IVIg DsUWS. Capital Prize $60,000 ! TICKETS ONLY $10 Owlnr to the wrest favor witk which our Sinsie Nam her Lotteries have beea received by the public, and the large demand fur Tickets, the Managers,. Swab A Co., will have a drawing each Saturday uirouguout tne year. The following ftchemewill b drawn m each of Uiclr Lotteries lor June, ISO I. CLASS 89, To be drswa In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, to public, on Saturday, June au, tf. CLASS 4t), Tabs drawn In the city of Atlanta. 3a.,ta public, on Saturday, Juno ioiii, ioi. CLAP" 41. To be drawn In the city of Atlants.Oeorv la.ln pabllc, m A A To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, la pnblic, on Saturday, June ilih, 1S". on Ihe plan of Single Numbers! 3,3 O (3 FrMOdl Mart than Out frits to fmry Tm TicJbfUl Maaxilfloout Boheme! To be drawn each Saturday in Julia I 1 Priseof toii.noo; 1 Prise of l,0no 1 do SU.IHHli 1 do l.tMIO 1 do ID.tBSi 1 do j.oisi 1 do b.uisi 1 do j.ikki 1 do e.W" 43 ao 800 1 do sl loo do Km 1 do t.fswilu do 6o 1 do JjKsu ioomiiiiitlinn Prices. 4 prises of I !!f approximating to ftin.ihio are.. 900 4 do S t approximating to 'JU.UOO are.. SUO 4 do lA approximating to lll.lHHI are.. M0 8 do ;u approximating to A.unn are.. fsKI 13 . do BO approximating to S. Mm are.. Boo 14 do 4U approximating to 1,0(MJ are.. (Mil 8.0HO do SO art 60,(HHI 3,3.15 Prises, amounting to f2047oo6 Wholt TlcktttQHalrftQuartiirt t)(. Y1.K or TIIK I.OTTI'It V. The numbers from 1 to 110,000, corresponding with those numbers on the Ticket!, printed on separate tlint of naner. are encircled In small tin tubes and placed in one wheel. The first 95T Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are placed In another wlH-et The wheels are then revolved, and s number it drawn from the wheel of numbers, snd st the tsme times Prise it drawn from the other wheel. The number snd Prise drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audi ence.snd registered by the Commissoners; the Prits nefngplaeed against the number drawn. Thlsopers tion isreprated untilall the Prises are draws out. Approximation Psutss. The two preceding and the two succeeding numberlto those drawing ths Mrs! 19 Pritet will be entitled to tne s approximation rrlt a. For example: If Ticket No. lieM i! th. S.so.unn Prite.thote Tickets numbered I im 1124D, 1 1M1, IIS.'.J, will each lie entitled to iiKS. If Ticket No. Mil draws Ihe tin.noo Prixe. those Tickets numbered M, MO, Ml. .W. will each he entitled to l'"0, and to on tccordlng to the alove scheme. The8.iHK) Pritet of 2fi will he determined by the last figure of the number which drswa the S6ll,0uu. For ex smple, if the number drawing the ;dii,04i0 Prfte emit with No.l. then sll Ihe Tickett where the number endi withl will be entitled IilI'.'U If the number ends with No. 2. then all the Tickets where the number ends with ! will he entitled tn and so on In II. Ctriinrutrt of I'nctnget will be told st the following rates, which is the risk : Oertiftcuteof Package of 10 Whole Tickets 0 in nair " 40 " " lOOtesrler to 10 Eighth ' 10 In Ordering; Tlrkrta or Ocrtlf iratea, F.rlnse the monei to our address for the Ticket! or dered, on receipt of which they will be forwsrded by first mail. Purchasers can have Ticket! ending in any figure they may designate. The list of Drswn Numbers and Pritet will be sent to purchatcn immediately after Ihe drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, snd rive their Post Office, County and State. tW Itememher that every prise It drswn , snd psy- sble in full without deduction. iff- All Prltes of $1,1110 and nnder.pald Immedlste Iv after the drawing other Pritet at the usual lime of thirty dnys. AllcommtinicntlonssiriciiyconiHieniiai. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to 8. SWAN CO., Atlanta. 0s. June S-ly-408 8. S1V AN, Montgomery, Ala. XV A list of the numbers thst sre drswn from the heel, with the sinoiint of the prise that each It enti tled to, will be published sfter every drawing, In the following papers : New Orleant Delta, Mobile Register. Charleston Standiird, Nashville Gstet'e. Atlanta In telligencer, New inrk neekly Day Pook, eavsnnsh Morning Newt, snd ltlchmond Dispstch. Savannah Lottery! On Ihe Havana I' lan of Single Numbers! ANDERSON & SON, Maxageks, Sucoettorito J. F. Winttr, Manager. Prize Payable without Ilrdurtion. Capital Piize $60,0001 0,000 TICKETS, Jasper Counly icademv Lofterj'! ISy Auttwrtty or tne mate of ueorgia. class r. Drswt June 18th, 1 W7,at M. Andrews' Hall, Pavannah, Ga., under the sworn superintendence of W. K. Byra ons, Ksq., and J. M. Preutiss, Ksq. Magnificent Scheme! 1 friz of (60,000 80,000 10,000 6,000 4,000 8,000 ,000 2,600 10,000 6,000 8,760 90,000 1 1 1 1 1 8 6 100 ino 1,000 ore 600 are 100 are 60 are 72 Approximation prizes, 8,000 Prizes of 30 are 8,4Stf Prizes amounting to f 215,-260 Tiektt $10 IMttt SQuarUn tjo. Small Scheme draw every Saturday. Bank Notes ol sound Banks tskea st par. Checks on New York remitted for Pritea. Address Ordera for Tickett or Cerliucates of Package! of Tickets to ANDtll.KlN a BON, Managers, Octl7-ly-42l llacon or Savannah, (ia. VtT Persons holding Prist Tickstt of J. F. Winter. Manager, will tend them to ut for payment. Slli:Fr I If 0!V. A large lot or American and Itussisn Sheet Iron jutt received and for tile by may t uso. w. HOSft. New establishment! S. K. KEEDEH nATIN'O again gone Inte the Mercsntils business, would respectfully announce to the public that lis it uow receiving snd o)iniug s splendid stock of sruixu ad (i;.u.iii:h uouosl In the Store Room on the Fast tide of the Public S.piere, formerly occupied by p. H. Keith A Co., aud to which lie invites attention. The Goods sre ALL N EW snd the stock complete. comprising s general assortment of every description of Goods usually brought to this market, which wers purchaaaed iu the Northern cities on very fsvorable terms, which enabtet him to offer great Luducementt to purchaser!. Give him s call snd examine Ills sttortment, snd he will use bit utmost endeavore to till you ss good bar- gsins st can be nnngtit at guy other house la towu. Alliens, May lo-u-toi C. B. NEAIj, J. ttornoy At Xje. -vstr. "ladlsonville, Ten., WILL prsctice In ths Courts of Monroe, McMinn, lilouut and Polk. fmav li-lf-lil Natiooal Police Gazette. Twilta great Journal or Crime and Criminals la In lit Twelfth Year, snd is widely circulated throughout the country. It contains all ths great Trials, Criminal Csacs, and appropriate Editorials on the same, together with information on Criiuiual Matters, not to bs found tn sny other newspaper. Bubacrlptinns, i per annum; (1 for six months, to be remitted by subscribers, (who should write their names and the town, couuly snd Stiite where they re reslde.plalnly,) To R. A. HKVMOUII, fcditor a rroprietor oi uic nanonai rotice uatette, may S-tf New York City. Valuable Farm foi Sale. HE tnlitcritier withe to sell liit FARM nn which ha resiiles. It eontaina z40 L ItUIVM l.aiit ISO of which era wall im nrnva,! ths lialsncs is well timbered. It is situiteil about three mite North writ of Kiceville Depot, McMinn count;, tnd it well .,....1 rri.va la a ffnoil Ilurnllina lli.nsa ssieicu, . .... r- - m on the premises, Kitehen, ojood Doutile Barn, HQ S IIITI r.w v"-lu i w ia un, vi the most desirable Farms in th country, there i no mora healthy location anywhere. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to call and look at the Lands and improvements. As th subscriber intends moving to the West, if he doss not sell befure th lt day oAuffutt nfit, lis will on that day offer the above FARM at public tale, on th prem ise, to th n tubes t biJJer. JAS. P. AM,Kf. McMinn eounty, April U, 1857-td-448 . Hiwassee College, OTetaro) e., Tenn, StTUATIO!, In the eonnlry, tjsj miles from Msd. snnville. Facclvt Rev. J. II. Hruner, A. M., Pres't; Sam'l 8. Iloak, Ksq., A. n., Vice Pres'tj , Tutor. Tuition lt. Board 11,60 to t. Volumes la Libraries IPs). Students last year PH). Large new Boarding House going up. Fall session will begin Sep. Miubec f. aex Uf-44j 1. 1. MY, Hc'f. J. L. HAYS, Attorney s Xs as -w. Utwavtwea Cespper .fliBesi, rutk oountf. Tun., WILL attend all ths Courts of the Third Judicial " Circuit. may tij lii Marj land State Lotteries for '57. COKBIN k CO., Lictmttd iff cafe, Are authorised by the Managers to 111 alt order tat Packages, Tickcu or Shares, la lb W .1 It VUI.VU LOrVEKIES. These Lotteries are drswa la public in the city ef Baltimore, ander the tuperinteadenc of the State Ltmery t'w.utnsiaslw.aer. Who guarantees the fairness of the Drawings, snd the officlsl drawn aumbers art published in the journals of the city uf Baltimore, with bis certificate bearing kit liguature. . All Pritft art Owirantffd tht Stait. ONE TRIAL MAY MAkK YOU RICH full LIT I. gplcudid Schemes Prawing Daily. Bend your Orders so CO It II IN JJ CO., The Old Fttablished Authorised Arenu whs have sell MUKK PRIZUI Uuta auy s(hr ta kb buu tf Maryland. . Patapsco Institute Loltery. This favorite Lottery is draws daily. Th Capital Priset are s,ouu, ;,uuu, ,(WU, bou, Ao. single Iwk cU, One Dollar. . CtrilMteif Packaftt: . tt Whole Tlckeu 1,00 26 Half Ticketl ts) . 36 tiuarter Tickett 4.IM Nothing Venture Nothing bain. Ticket, btught by the Pscksfe are always the most profitable to the purchasers. ror S--5 we tend packags nnoiea, naives ana wuariert. For Ho we send package Halves and i Whole Tikett. Fur to we tend packiige Quarter! snd 1 Wholt Tickti, Look at the following Splendid Schtmes, One of which are drawn at 19 o'clock eacb day ef the week. CLASS 4, SOU SMB. e, 7, m hi is. . IJUli... l,wn) a.'e 1 Prise of.... 1 Priu of Pritet of... 4 Pritea or. .. 4 Pritet of... I7 Pritet of... l:W Pritet of... ma Pritet of... 4.IKH Prises of... ....IT.fWO .... Ml I.IHJU 4si art 1,6.10 4U0 4 1411 l.Sttl 2S .P4 ...,W,ii3 luu are.. SO arc 1(1 are.. 4 art.. I are . . 1 are.., 25,7411 Pritet of... 3ii,31C Prises, amounting to licseie yi. Pokomoke Lottery. CAPITAL PRIZE fi4,000. CLASS FIVE. Ctrtijlcuttt of 1'ackagtt: id Whole Ticket M S Half Tickets 4il So Wusrter Tickets SO ill! Kighth Tickett Id 8CHFKB. ,...t44.lIOIs.... ... K.iKmare... ... S.isslare... 69 are... ... 4islare... Hon are... 20are... list are... Niare... ... 4n arc... 8o are... 2" are... 10 are... Oare... 1 Prise of 6 Priael of 6 Prises of 20 Priset of 2(1 Prises of 20 Priset of go Pritet of 147 Pritet of (W Pritet of fVI Pritet of C-H Pritet of 61 Pritet of 8.1k si Pritet of ...'-'4.nnfl ... VAISKI ... lh.lKSI ... VtJM ... 8.ISHI ... s.ooo ... 4.IHKI ... 12,71k) ... 8.1 Ml ... 2..V.H ... 1.W0 ... 1.kl ... SK.OfiO ...117.1S0 24.4--MI Prites of '.bl4 Prices, making ..t2uS,47 Tickets )!i Uhsres in rroportion. LOOK! TH18 13 WORTH A TRIAL. $30,000 t Maryland Consolidated Lottery, ror inc ucntni ui mo SUSOUEHA.Wi CANAL. CLASS FIVE. SfHKHS. 1 Prise of.... ...8ii,iSKI Dollars Is.. 1 Prise of lo.issi Hollars It . . ,.f. 10,000 .. lll.lHH) .. 6,000 . . 8.IW7 ..llk'.IMHI .. 12,.H .. 7,."sHI .. 1'WlK) .. e.tklO .. 10AI .. 7.9.1I .. 6.2-1 1 Prise of . b.lSNI Hollars it. 1 Prise of 8.907 llollart II 1.IKSI Dollars are ... ) Dollars are ... 8si Dollars are... 2HI Dollars are... 100 Dollart are... SO Dollar! are... 60 Dollara are ... 40 Dollars sre... i3T"W Priaet of.... 2 rrltes or 2A Pritet of (Mi Pritet of 6i Prises of 1.12 Pritet of ...... Pritet of 132 Pritet of 8.MH Pritet of 23.740 Pritet of 20 Dollars sre... T2.S-SJ 10 Dollars srs 2M ,4oo 80,810 Priset, smountlng to IM7.747 Otrtijlcatet of Packagtt: . 28 Whole Tickets 18t.S0 2o Hslf Tickett Sfi.00 2 Qutrter Ticketl 8S.O0 26 Eighth Tlckeu lb.OO Tickett 1,10 Shares In Proportion. We iavarlahly antwer lettert by return mail, enclos ing the tickets in a good safe envelope, and always ob serve the strictest confidence. After the drawing it over, we send the official drawing, with a writtcr ex planation of the retuit of the venture. All Prin t bought at this office sre payable Immediately after the drawing In Current Money, and we take bank Notts of any Htute, or Bank Drafts in payment for Ticketl st par. For odd atnouutt in tasking change we receive postage atanips, they being more onnvenient than lilrer. Correspondents may place the utmost confidence In the regularity tud safety of the malls, as very few or no miscarriages of money hsppen when properly directed to us. Be careful that you inentiou your Post Office, County snd date. Olve us si lesst one single trial, you cannot lote much, if not gain. One tingle trial may make you Independent for life. TKY 118. There should be no such word ss fail. Address C0IIIIIN A CO., Box 190 Pott Office, Baltimore, Mil. Orders for tickets in any of the Maryland Lotterlet promptly attended to. Circulars containing s list of all the Lotteries for the month, forwtrded on spplica tiou. May 22 ru IS2 men schemes rou ja.iv, isst. It. FKANCE & CO., Managers. Grand ConsolidTd Lottery of Md. Havana Flan! EXTRA CLASS S, To be drswn In Baltimore, Mil.,gaturday, May 0, 1857. SI' LfCS DID SCUEUK: Capital Prises. 1 Prize of $33,0OO 10.000 6.HOO 4.0KJ 4,000 S.OOO 8,000 1.80O 1,81)0 1.500 1,600 1,400 1,400 l.zlO 1,2.40 800 600 400 800 4 of f 4H0 4 of 600 4.f 860 8 of 200 ef 160 8 of 100 8 of 80 8 of 80 8 of 10 80 of. 60 80 of 60 160 of 40 420 of 86 1183,000 20 20 40 10S 1,0110 1'rires, amounting to WhoU TUttU 10-iiee $6- QuarUrt t2,60. Pletse sddrest sll orders for Ticketl In Ihe sbors msgnificest schemes, to T. H. HL'UBAhD A CO., No. 89 Fayette St., or Boa No. 40, OctlO-ly-420 . Mainmort, Md. Ii O O K I Behold and Wonder I rpilU ulicriler would respectfully an X nounee to all the world, that tliey are now receiving from New York and Philadel phia, one of the largest, best aeleuted, sad most fashionable stocks of Spring and Summer Goods! ever offered in thi market. Ilaviun made their purol ases with great eare, and upon th beat term, they feel sstitfied that they en tell Goods as low as they ean be bought in East Tennessee. Their motto is, to sell Good CHEAr.and niak money lijr aellinir the more of them. They will keep euiistantly on hand every thin that ia usually kept, and mors too. Their stock consists, in part, of LADIES DRESS GOODS I . nch ss Silks. Bersire. Brillianta, Laws, Jae onets, Muslins, Ginghams, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss, Wack Silks, Argentines, Prints of all price and styles, Ltdio Crinoline and Brass Hoop, new ctyles, Laee. Ribbon. Dree Trimmings, Collar, Bonnet, new and beau tiful, Misses Hats and Gipsiss, Konolies; list of all kind Leghorn, Straw, Fur and Saxony; flothi, Cassimare, Cottouades, Karmera' Drills. Bleached and Brown Domes ties, sll widths; tickiiigl, -Julian Cloths, 11 a b it Cloth. Vestings, IfEAD Y-MA DE CLOTHING I something new, Graes and Silk Coats, Mar ailletand Satin Vesta, 4e. Hardware and Cutlery, Ount.Si.aJet, Bhov. eK Porks snd Axe. Alio, th best Scythe Blade in Amerie; Queensware, China and f:inatware. all kinds; Book and Stationery. A Isrjf look of Gold Jewelry, inch Breast 1'ins, ur vrops, nings. st,, st low W ask von to eome and ee onr Goods, nd w feel ur joit will y thay art cheap snd buy them. v . u. uuuiuj v w. April 11 . Premium Wheat Fans J IMPORTANT TO FARMERS! f fllllt tubscrlher wonld respectfully Infer Ihe Par.. M. hi public and all othert Interetied, that aw Mill co.ilnuet to manufacture i. Thsratrt latt arat.J Vr.nium U lsr I t . l the (Id stand In Phllad. lpliis, Tenn.,wbere he will ba happy t. wait uiioa hit old rrlenus asra aa wamuj . deslrt Ihe tnachinea. These fana arc an iaiproveeneut upon ths "I. T. Grant ran." by Mr. Tlmrher, who was ths Inventor of the Orant ran. Tneso vans nave rr celved Premiums where lare numbers were on eshlbi lion. In various Btatet of Ihe 1'nloa, t. wit : In w York, where there were over any competitors ror tne premlosj. and In Ohio, where there were thirty eoo tendllis for the same. Vlrt-inls, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and the Middle Division of the State of Ten aessee, have acknowledged the superiority of these Pans by awarding premium!, st their respectlvs Palrt, to Ihe proprietors. This Pan also took the premium at Columbia, 8o. fa., last Pall. In a word, they tn tupe rior to inytlilnr ever before offered o Ihe public. He tul'jolno a certificate of several renrkrnwn ef Philadel phia, well known to the people of lower Kasl Tcnnesae: -This certifies thst the underslrne4 tinted and tried N. V. Thurher's Premiaat M heat Pan. snd stale that it cleaned one bushel per niinnte, separating all flltb to such s decree of perfection thst it oannot he rivalled by auy Pan now in use; and we recommend all who si and in need of sucb s machine to exasatoe tail Improved Paul sefwe uui-chssius elsewhere. 1 . D. Josrs. Csas.Ci, A. W.OantT. Kit wisest, with Psas, wilt travel throughout lower Kaet Tennessee snd snper lieore ia, duriu the present Pprluf tnd entuiis Summer. J.C0TTON. rbtiadelphia, Tenn., April it, lsoi-tr-ssi MAM CO 31 HIS ED Reaping and Mowing Mnchlnfs, With M ood'. Inipr.vement. A LOT of these superior labor laving Machine! srs 1 now at Charleston. Tenn., which farmers are re quested Ui examine. One of the Machines msy he seen at Cleveland, Mouse Creek, and Philadelphia. Order early, tod the Agent will come to your house and put the Machine up and warrant it tn do as well as recom mended, on . fair trial. J. P. MKF, Marl. fVm, Miiy 6-tf-4.V1 Agent for lower Kast Tennessee. II. K. DODSOV, D. P.S., Surgeon X entlat, OtBce corner of Ocoee snd Mesdow streets, Cleveland, Tt'ust. - Pentsl Msterlal for sale. ; May s-tMAO ALaa... WAU.4CS -....W.o. aosiss Wallace & Robinson, Genrral Commission Slerelianls, ASl) ISALASS IS TEX IV ESS KK I'UODUCE, "Atlanlav teorsTlu WILL give speclsl sttentlon to the isle of Bacon Lard. Plour, Whiskey, Tobacco, Ae. Consign- ments respectfully solicited. Prouiptstteution ( Iven to Ossh orders. Agents for the isle of Stearnei A Marvin's Fire-Proof Cafes. mar u-ly-42o sT OXIlV II. Xj 23 XT T Y, (0 TrimnuKt,) Jacob Mayer & Co., AscrACTUssas asd wuhubals nit la as rs C It T II I (J ! ClothiiifT Warehouse, No. 6S Vnrth Third I tree t, B'-Ucfen Arch and Cherry ) ruiKAur. i.rin a, pa. rT"V. R utHlersiRiifd cat! the attention of East Tennei I iee Mrrchitiit tn their larift anil varied nock of Iiaf1tj-M'UU (Nothing, made up in the laiett and moat approved fttHhinm, which cannut (ail to give sat- (fftion to all who purchase them. We respectfully volirit a thorough eftvninatlon of our tuck by Mrchanti viiltiug PiiiUdi;lphia, before mnkiiif th-trp'rehttft-t. JACU1J UAYE11 a CO. Feb i.i-tf-440 John L. M. French & Co., GEb'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, march t-l-W tt n xv- .a. n. u . NATIIAa held, OFFF.R8 for ttle, a large and complete assortment of Uardtcart. nn the most reasonable terms. Iron und Strel Genuine Swcdet Iron; Hest It-fl ned IronjCommon Eng lish Iiouj llauiuicrcd Steel fur i'lows; Cast sud Uerman Steel. KmUhf Tool: Bellows; Anvils snd Vises: llawmeiejffecrew Plates: Tongri; Shoeing Nulla. riantrrt' Haft, ero. Pcovll't Hoes; Collins' Hoes; Brsdcs' Pstent Hoes; Rrades' Crown Hoes; Iron and Steel Plows; Trsce slid W iguu Chains; Plow It nines and I.iuea; Shovels; Spades. Mechanic' Tool. Bench Planet; Moulding Piano; Augurs snd Chisels; Prswing Knives; Hawa aud Adses; Bract sua ititts; Boring Mschiues; Squarea, Ac.. Ae. i'lrcular Sltrt. 48 to S3 nch Millrtws; K Cut in; Mill Irani; Rub ber and Ueuip Pscking; Belling. Ac. - I'acriagt Material's. fpoUfi md Rims; Huhs snd Miafu; Axlct tnf Springs; Patent Dash Leather; Knaioeltd Leather; Lining rvails, Bolts, Ae. Also, full stock or Building Hardware, Tanner! Tools, Housekeeping Hardware, Corn Mills, Ac-, Ao. msreb 27-4ui-44 J. T. & W. n. W00TT0N, tif vrnmji w rr twit"" uiana y Commission Merchants, Cotton Avenus MA COX, GA., T". 7 ILL pay tirlct sttentlon to all coiislgnmenti from Northern (K-orgia snd Tennessee. And If ' mmtitn.m ,1...... Bn. cn,llt tll.V llOl.n p, l.h. ... ..... - to than a portion, tt leatt, of the public pntrouage. Liheral advance! made on goodt In store, if desired, joss t. wissmia wilua s. soottox. miirch l!7-ly-444 (Latt uf Athent, TeNH.,) S. B. & J. I. STODDARD, (Sueotuortto IT. Stoddard,) DI.ll.EHi IN Boots and Shoes, Corner of Meeting and Hsyns streets, April 10-tf-stO t barlostoii, S. C. Flowat Plows ! Jl'FT received, sn ticellenl lot new and well sssort ed Plows, lor sale hy Al.KXANUktt A liKAVEa. Charleston, Tenn., Feb S-tf-4J7 Tinner nod. WANTKl), a good iourneyinan Tluner, Iu whom eonstsut smidoyineut snd liheral wages will be given. Apply Immediately. J. 0. CALliOL'N. Atticus, reuu., apru s, ioji-ii-o Young Ladies School. rpHF.flitth Session of Mn.Const's School will com- metiee on Monday, February loth. Terms as heretofore. Tuition payable tn sdvsnce. Peb -tf-io7 fVIMIKH tisl KTt riOi:il V.-Just re- celved. a larffe assortment of stchool Books, Paper, Hsrrisou'l Lik aud Fluid, Pens, Pencils, Ac, and for tale by April 10 (iKO. W. ROSS. nafisj TI : O A Journeyman Saddler, of Heady W W B'lu iiiiinpirit.u. ii.iiii w w.aui.. ployment and llhertl wtget will he given. Apply Im mediately. (Athens, April 1TJ E. A. ATLtK. f - OCI:(II:n. Just received a good ttocs ot SI nrlme tluear and Coffee. Also, a large lot of the very best Htar and Adamantine Candles, which I will sell cheap for cash. April 14 . W. KOSS. 1 Ol.Ik Choice Gold Pens; Ltdlel Pine r s l Pen.: i)nld and -silver Cssetsif the most ap proved pat lernsj from tlie celebrated Pen uianufac tnrers, Dawson, Warren A llvds.Jiist retelved and for isle low, by lFeb7J PKI10UN A lUOBNSUY. WtUOl t oil MI.K. lTwo Horse tt sgon aud Uarueat for sale low by DcC 15 , p. is. ssr.i'i.s HfMi rs sind Nhoe-.-A Isrgs assortment e.1 boots and rthoet Jutt received and for sale low for cash. Jsn SKIIOKS A uultNHMI. s.- iTiirn.-A Urge lot of Northern snd I Country Tanned Sole aud 1'pper Leather for sale by DtclUJ Vi.ii. HUKTONACO. 10 BOXES 8 hy 10 Window Olsss for sale hy Dec 1 W. U. HORTON A CO. PINTOI.AH V. "e supply or uoifs ae pesters aud Allen's Revnlsers Just received and for sale by Kov 14 BKUtiK.n IIOKNbBy. WATCIIRk, Jawrlrrs At. A new aud large assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Just received, which will he told st low ratet for prompt pay, by Nov 14 HKI10KN A IIOHNfBY. rst-invtl. Test'. An unusoslly large asssnrtment JL "i Toys.al Nor 14 IthllOKN A IIOItNUV'i. CUHilS und ToKmrcs). a one assortment of OMars.and a lot of the best tjuallty Chewing Tobacco, by Nov 1 BKHOllH A II0K.SBT. tll.OTIllW. A large stock of Keady-Made J riolhiiig, Juit received aud for tale by actS4 A.CLKAUIaCO. nsrs as.it Miior.). A splendid aaeort' mini ef Boots sod anuet,reeeiveu ana ror sale 7 Oct 4 t'tinus a w. HolflnsjClatlia. -wk'vrtlllFflS 4,6, 1, S, and III, on hand and for sals fV n.. s ilUI McKWKN k OILLkHPlIe aw vl- - , jViTk II All-i. I large lot, tollable Oct 10, '6 ' MoF-WKM k OILLKHPtlt, -warilKAT A 1J II Ht('lSJ,- deslrs to y .iirchsse Wheat snd Racen, for which ws will dsjt iiienisocsi it. . ... pay me.. JOIINWIM, HORN. A CO., Aug S-lf eor. Broad sad Market lis., Nathrille gfeFPI'F.rt. Pploe, Olnger and Foda, Just opened aad 9 ' ,' L , .. avimttM A ifkiiMun.v for sate vj e. . . uvwww.. New Goods Latest Arrival t f. Gtuso.Y r ro.y Aef-f A-wrif Corner of I'nbiie foumrt, RESrECTFl'LLT inform their frienJs anj the puhlie generally that they are jus! is reeeipt of one of the largest and best as sortments of Spring and Suuntr Goods eer brought to tliis tows. Tlier is no ciiish take alxmt it the fsels are just that wav, a all ran eee bo trill do theiu the fator to call. They do not deem tt necessary lo go into details, snd will only mention a few ar ticles which mar V found amor,;; their lurg and st'leudid stock, such as Silks, Tissues, Herages, Cballis, Jacoiiell Ijwns. Mnslios, Ginghaius, "lints, Kilbtna, I.sces, Triinruinns, and every thing else ia the liue of I.adiw Ih-es Good. For the rougher portion of tJod' creation, they have Cloths, Csesiiuera, Twceda, Kerseys, Linens, C't tcna.lcs. Vest inps Hals of all descriptions, Doots and Shoas, and verj thing ls oru 1 niau in this fast ag. Also, GROCERIES Sugar, Coffo. Mola es, Ao., Ac Now, they not only hv th Goods, but they are determined to sell them lower than anybody, for Cash, or in exchang for ap proved Country Product. Girt them a call and eiamine their stock. They don't charge sirs reJ fur slowing their Goods. ' April 24, 1857 Against the World ! 7 E dKirc to est! the titration ef f'atmtr ant MitUrt to our Utely inirorl liunblr !Hrrvrniiir t heat t'nn Patented It T. J. Don.it, April vjinh, InM. wliiob r miiiufcturint In LOt'IOS and Klih'ATOWS, bi Tnneee. Thin otuUr inl i wnnlvetjr twd Fku hit Ukfn the tifvhfit rAWMriik wtwrcrer eihibltrd. Ytll At Die Maryland Ptttt air, llaltiDiurf, her tlmra wer at least fifty timet tnont afiprovrd nifiLeaor Virfiirta, Mnrylaud and th Northern Plate, rltubHefi; al th Virginia State Fair, at UHltraond; at thvtiouthHiiU ig Hculturisl Pair, at iVtcrnburit, Va.; at tlie Virxiiiia Val ley Airrlculturat Pair; and tha htjrtit-at houora of th Kstfit Yemteiffe Atrricultural Society, at Kiif-WTllle, ! ISM,'.' and N; atoo.at the County Pair, at King-toa, in l-SOC. lirowiitow'i Hnf, iu prtrakiiiir of H, aajri : "Other Fans were eit.tr.itr4 of an excellent qua. Up, bit none to compare with thone nnufHCtured hp th Meura.Dn.Tlea, of Kheutown." We hav received other prises too numeroua to announce here, kin. hundreds of err lift cat i of our Fan's superiority from practical farmer of Vf rein la and Past Tnennee. AVa haT had an ample opportunity to" our ran ana are eon Tinced it it the lft in uh. We think we know what the farmers want, and that our huipt and eitciislra ex perience in the huBfuesa, and arduous labors tobrlns; the Pan to It present perfection, enahles .ilo suil them better than any ether person in the Pan business, and they may rest assured no pains will he spared to frive tfVm the best Pan In tlie market. Our Fan hat pained Its enviable popularity entirely In consequence) of its merits; and for a Pan ta retain its popularity and increase In demand as ours has done in ih same dis tricts for three years. Is one of the bent evidences of ttf mlue. Our Pans aresold on trial, and WA I2RAKT Kl toi'.eanre,tr and (Vainer than any other Pan Id use. Our teams will deliver them at almost an point in Psi Tennessee. N. B W- will also fill orders from Middle and West Tenn cMee, fleorjria and Alabama. All orders to ua at London or Rhentown. K.it Tenn., will be promptly filled. Jt tcare Impoition.-A our Fans have T, J. Dnyle A Co., stamped upon them. FnrOrtfflrate and! He'rMvnres, see clreulara. T. J. tOYT,F t CO. Without any further references we annex tlie follow tne; certificates, and the evidence that may be afforded by the numerous farmer In the surrounding counties to whom we have sold In the last year, as heli.fr the most complete machine of the kind ever Introduced Into th country. We repeat, we defy the world t beat them. April 24 -tlin-448 J. T. V. A (JO. We certify that we have used one of T. J. Doyle's Tatent Double Screen Wheat Pans in our Steam Flour In Will, and we cai say, 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, cheat, Ac, from (train. We have used various machines, hot none equal to Doyle's Wheat Pan. Ithasjriven entire satisfaction, and we think that no Parmer or Miller will fall tn purchase aflsr trying one of them. R- T. WILSON, j W CI ARK Loudon, April JOth, 1WT. JA8. II. JOUNSTON I concur full; Willi the above certificate. I. T. tONff, Miller at Steam Flouring Mill, Loudon, New Store and New Goods. f PHK undersigned hex leave to inform their 1 friends and th public generally, that tliev are now receiving and opening a XSEW and splendid stock of Spring; and Scmmrr Goods! at the old stand of W. II. liallew. Their stuck consists, in part, of LADIES DRESS GOODS I Silks, Tissues, Bareges, Jacouotts, Lawn, . GES'TI.EMKX'S DRESS GOODS I Cloths, Ciniers, Tweeds, Linens, Ae., Ao. Also, a lartr stork nf ISeady-Mail t'h.th- inp, Hoot and Shoes, lints and Caps, Hard ware, Queensware, GROCERIES I Drugs and Dye-Stuffs. In fact, every nrtielo usually kopt hy merchants to all f which thev invite the imhlic to examine. Tliuv are determined not to he undersold, asM't'y think the system of Quirk SaUt and Fiort Profit I the test, lioth for the customer and the mer chant. Give them a call am) examine (iood and price. Thev charge nothing for show A i I , . . i .i 'l,i , ,ir I. i iUMv ng tvootie. iir.o I'l.ivi it a.via.a, Athens, April 10, 1857-tf-44i Valuable Land for Sale. f'l'MIE suhscrilier olfers for sale his valuable 1 FARM, Ivinif in the 2d Histiiot, Mei eounty, on the liiwnssee River, ten miles ba low Calhoun. The tract contains about U0 nu 1 fill of wliii'li are under pultivalion the balance is well timbered, end a portion , .: rri i a OI 11 Suapieu 10 CUIMVautill. inrr. si. snuut 40 acrts bottom land. There is aa eicellejt water power, with fall enough fur Mill or other machinery. It is all well watered. There i on the premises eouiforlabW Dwell ing, Uarn aud outhouses. If not previously sold, I will offer th alio at public sal, on the premises, on 1'ridav, lie ibtn nay oi jiii v neiu Tubus: One-third oath lbs lolanee. with interest, in on and two venrs. T. J. MA Hilt WSJ, May 1, 1857-td-44 Land Sale. In thi Comity Court of Meiyi eonnty, Ttn. John W smack, Adm r ol Joseph aiuaokr deceased, . Juhn Georpe and wife, and the other ditribi- tecs o' Josepn vtainncK, ncou. IN ohedienee to an order and decree of thr Couutv Court of Meii; eo-JntT, Tennessee. in this ontise, at the May term, IM57, of saUl Court, 1 will sell to the highest bidder, on the nremises, on Saturday, th UtU slay f June next, on credit of on and two yesrw, . exorpt the mm of seventy-nv iiollars, wineu will be reauirea touepsm on tneusyoi ssir the following deserihed LANDS meathnd in th pleadings, of which th aid Josspn Wamack, died, seized and possessed ef, lev wit: Situated in the fourth fraetmnal town ship, third range. West of the meridian lis, in the lvth section, and tire North-east and North-west quarter of laid seelion, begin ingonth North-tast corner on th top sf the McMinn Kidiie, at eorner rud between the laid Joseph Maniacs and luomaaU. Hon ner, on s post-onk and hickory tree; theuo west with a marked line to a slake; these South 144 poles to a stske; thenee Kaet with Ihe nivming line ui sain scciuiu 10 in top oi th McMinn Kidge to a stsk msrksd out by th said Joseph Wamack and John C, George; thence North with the meander of th 34 -Minn Kidg to th beginning eorner con taining 216 acre. Not with approved is rity will be required for purchase money, atl lien retained npon th I.tnd until all is paid. JAMES A IIOWSKH, Cltrk, 1'er N. J. LiMAai., D. C Msy 6, 1857-td-pr fee )-4b mi I.LRIHTI- One or two Jnurnermea W B ,, nnS ni il n ai.ni or aiiiiivins iubiwiskij w . . 'J ........... Airi.LAI.K. nil mill ill Airtrns. ------- Msy 16-tf-tM : (stattccrr tour! al Flhestlle. Tenn. W llllsm a ewsuora, rs. John T. MslTord, ef nl. IT appvslin from ths alirsallnnl ef tlM complain ant's orlsinal hillll.sl the dsf-ndanl,John T. Hwaf. ford, is a rrsMr'il of the Kiate ef Missouri, It Is there for ordi'r.d thai puhllration he snads la llie Allien pot, cstiulrlne Ihe said d.tsndsnt is apprar st Mrs nest ti-rmof thi Cliaiirrry Conrl, lo h held al Mhe. vlllo, Hlnlsoe cognlv, Tryn., on ths third Mends? of Soptrishsr nsst.th.n Slid Ih.re, no oath, In aaswtrlhs oomplalnaul's amsndrd kill, or the Same will be Ittta for tonlf sssd snd set for hesrln .spans ss tw Son. ' f 0. NOIIWOOD, O. X. Msy IS, lS5-4-fr f-4(U