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FROM THE ATTAKAPAS.
Tm Attakapax, La., 12th Mat, 1857. Mr. Editor. Yuur correspondent, rlt Ing from "Unyou Unlaid," giv. quite nn un favnrnbla report (if the nruspvul of ihu Cnn, and lent your rendurs almuld convludu that uch ia tltecuse generally, I hnve thought to drop yon n notu ndviainu, of thu prunpictn here. Whatever may Imva bran the tll.'cts of the lute frosts In Hint particular ri-tfloii, inch Ik Inr Irmii being the tnutt on "Uiiyoii Tedie," the innalexleiialveaii;nr growing dia , triet'ln Ihe Shite. On the contrary, the proa pevtwna never more promising nl thia aes on iff the year. It In true we hnve had mime rnlhur mrnnne weather, which him entirely duntriiyid the Cotton crop, and omnwhnl Injured the corn; yet o Inr at the cntie is concerned, it never looked better limn nl present. It inny not be quite so fnr ndvnnced townrda ninturity ns it otherwise would hnve been fnrther limn this there la no perceptible fled ol the lute unlnnlcud for eld wenther. However the crop will necessnrily he sninll eompMrcd with the crops of of formor yenra, (except the Inst Heusmi) from tlie fact that there is no stubble cine tho cane of liutl year betnu so much sc ittered nn the "round as to render the stubble wholly uaeleaa the fireaent season. Ciis'di'riiir ihe brvndlh of nnd vultivnti'd the yield of thia sonaon will undoubtedly be large, provided the grinding aeaaou be fnvoruble. As I read the entire contents of the letter, I am entitled to the compliments of T. F., nnd na you are nulhoriaed to tender them I shall expect tlieui by the next packet. t'le.me be particular ns to the nddnaa, nnd while I think of it, you had better send tlieui by express nnd I will pay charijns upon dw livery. Without nn y design to Hatter I will nrlviae you that your "I'oat" is considered by men ol' judgment and taste to be the bet country paper that comes to our office. I believe Hint I hnve exhnuatcd my subject nnd quite likely the patience of your readers, to 1 close by writing myself, yours, ns ever, NIMROD. Thf Nsw Granadiaji Difficulties with tub Umtf.u States. The London Times hiss very sensible article un our difficulties with li e New Graioidi m government. The Times teems at lust to have got rid of its jealous y of American progress, und looks at thia question with the light of experience nnd of facts. It says: "A vast population Anglo Snxon we call it fur want of a better name, but much more British than Amoriuan it pouring into these regions, nnd nrqtiiring that strength which s inseparable, from superiority in num bers in d breed. Nothing will prevent them from uoiniii! the imuendeucy over the debused races tlmt decay, Itinuuinli, quarrel nnd de stroy mi another in one of the finest coun tries a- well ns most commanding situations in the world. There they are and though the gold discoveries of Australia have di verled Iroin California nnd the routes there to the great European influx witli which they were threatened, still the "Anglo-Saxon eh tnent is rapidly increasing in Central America, nnd growing to its invariable polit ical development. Whatever the govern ment of the United Slates dues in these re gions will be better than the work of adven turers, wh ch, ut the best, will be only n broken iimh hud ly set, nnd will require some day another nnd more painful opernliun. Brutal Mukdkr in Abkaksas. A cor respondent of the Memphis Bulletin, Ogilrie Byron Young, (jives the particulars of the cold blnodeJ murder of a wealthy nnd highly rcspcc'nble gentleman, Ed. M. Lt Grand, nt High Burn Pnrk, the name of his plantation, Det'in county, Arkansas, on the I81I1 tilt. Paul Sample, his overseer, n dissipated reck less Hci.mp committed the deed. The mur derer was examined, snys the correspondent, "before one of the most depraved, delmuched nnd corrupted wretches that ever disgraced the Sitte, whom they dignified, ns n justice of the peace himself n murderer," and ac quitted. What Constitutes a liusiiRiJ-The New York Corn Exchange is disturbed by the re cent Statu legislation. It h is been customa ry to allow 5(1 pounds of corn to the bushel, nnd sellers generally refuse to give more. However, by nn net passed during the lute session of the New York Legislature, and which was to have taken effect on the 16th tilt., it wnt decreed Hint 08 pounds should thenceforward constitute a bushel. Most buyeis contend for this ninount. An Important Question Decided. Re cently ' the question has arisen before the Postmaster General, whether a deputy post master can bo compelled to obey a summons to appear in court with a valuable or other letter 1 hat rests ill hit office addressed to another party. The Postmaster General, un der n decision of the Attorney General's office, decided that lie cannot do to. Amfrdments to the Constitutiow or Massachusetts. -Governor Gardner has is sued liis proclamation declaring the three amendments recently passed upon by the people, a part of the Constitution of .Massa chusetts. One of the amendments requires that nil persons, In order to exercise the rijjlit of voting, shall be nblo to read the Constitu tion of the Slate in English. Daksf.rof Serrnadhio, An eventof a Very erioii and fatal character took place Dear Roekford, III., one night nt week. A son 01 ex-Governor Bebb returned from the East, bringing with him his newly weded bride. A number of young men of the neighborhood, possessing more of the spirit of mi-chief Minn of good breeding or sense, went lo the house at night for the purpose of ii soiling Ihe newly wedded pair with a chur'nari. While engaged in their disgust ing mgies, the lather of the bridegroom came fioiu ihe house witli n gun and tiled upon them. This caused them to disperse; but, rallying again, they toon returned and re comii enccd their revel with greater vigor .than lelore. Gov. Dulib fired upon them again, nnd this time with more serious effect. Two of the young men were killed. Pol mnt. Wendell Phillipps, In speaking of our national aptitude lor politics, aaya that if you put an American baby 6 months old on his feet, he will immediately tnyt "Mr. Chairman!" and call the next cradle lo order. AiconoLic Drinks i Arctic Climates. Capli in Kosa,amid the difficulties and dan gers of Arctic navigation, found that the use of nh oholio liquors impaired the strength ol the seamen, diminished their power of en during cold, and rendered them more liable to scurvy. His men consented to do without rdenl apirita, nnd this circumstance, Captain R. thinks, contributed remarkably to the fireseivntion of their health. Those who hnve nvesiignled the subject according to correct principles, need not this testimony; but most peop a learn only by ruinous experience. P" The discovery has been mads by a modern writer, that without a mouth, man could neither eat, drink, talk, kiss the girls or , haw tobacco, A Puonaciocs Mayor. Ths following It related of Mayor Foley, of Covington, Ken tucky) " Home months since a mnn wnt arretted and brought before him, for whipping hit wife. The mayor fined him, nnd let him go, hut In a week the chap was ngiln nrrestcrl for the snme offence; this time, hit honor imprisoned 1 i in, nnd alter serving out his time, he went home nnd again abused kit belter half, mid notwithstanding the mayor fined and impris oned the fellow for each offence, he would persist In his vile behnvior. The mayor, after trying for months to reform him, had well' nigh given up Ihe task, until one morning Mils "hero of a hundred fights" (with his wife) wna arraigned on the old charge. "Well," says his honor,"! suppose yon think ! am going to nneynui "I nun no, snys me cul prit. "Perhaps you imagine I will Imprison yout" continued mayor F. "I expect so," wna the answer. "I shall do neither," said the mayor. I discharge vou. The fellow's countenance began to brighten up, when his nonor niljniirnen the court, nnd litter stepping to the door, invited him outside. "Now you menn devil," snys Mayor F., "I have fined you and imprisoned you till I am tired of it, and yet you persist in ill-treating your wife. I w ill now tell you, that if ever I hear of your abusing that woman again, I'll trijsk ynu uiilhin an ifirh nf yuur life, dn me ifldon'L Now travel !" The mayor has never heard from that fellow since. Horace Mann has recently been talking In this style about the use of tobacco. It is decidedly emphatic nnd distinct: "A tobacco user is the common enemy of decency nnd good taste. His mouth nnd teeth, which should be the cleanest, he makes the foulest part of him. When one sees n ping of nasty, coarse, liver colored to bacco, he pities the mouth it is destined to en ter; but w hen one sees the mouth ho pities the tobacco." New York, June I. The steamer Cnnn dian has arrived ut Quebec, with Liverpool dates to Ji morning of the SUtll. Liverpool. May 20th. Cottun was quiet and unchanged. Brcudstufls continued steady. The money market was unchanged. CfifA large reptile wus recently tnkon from the stomach of a lady ut Fort Wayne, Ohio, from two to three feet long, and an inch in diameter. It had scales and bones. The lady thinks she must have drank it in water some years ugo, as she has been ill for a long lime. t-f"The quickest way to get up a flourish of horns is to tease a boh-tniled bull during II V time. Leaders of theatrical orchestras will please notice. l$f Tue woman w ho was "burled in grid" is now alive and doing well. It was a case of premature interment. CFJ-Dr. W. C. Hall, of Kent, Ind., wns taken from his bed nt midnight, tied to a tree nnd very Beverly whipped, because he was too attentive to young ladies, to the neglect of his wife. Prisoners Stolen. The breaking into jail nnd stealing prisoners, ns related in the note from Judge McElrath, below, is a new phase in the crime of burglary: Df.catursville, Tenn., May 13, 1857. Gentlemen: The jail of this county was en tered this morning by some unknown scound rel, nnd three prisoners taken out of prison. 1 wo ol which have nut been retaken. Yours, Ate. D. E. A. McElrath, Wasiunotor. June 1. O iv. Wulker hns arrived in Kalians, and in his inaugural ad it rcss snys the 1 errilurial laws shall be en forced. More pleasing than the dew-drops that sparkle upon the roses, are tears that pit) gathers upon the cheek of beauty. Ciubcrnatorlut uiivnAppoint nientN for Speuklug, Purity Pntunlny June Q PiivutinMli Klotelsy " 8 Waynesboro' Tneisliiy 0 Iriiwiencuuurg Weilnviilsy " 10 I'ulnfkl Tliureilay II tXvilltvlllii Hutarday " IS lVlnrliealsr Mon.lny " 1.1 Jnler Ve(lnady " 7 Cli'itlanooira TlitniMluy " IS Cleveland Friday " 19 Allium Saturday " ill Madlionvllle Muadny 2 Maryvl-le Tietiday " 23 Kiidivlllt Wedneaday " 24 HevlervlllD Thur.ilay " 2f Dandrhlge Friday " 26 Newport Saturday " 27 nreenevilla Monday " 29 JoneHhoro' Tuviiiay " 80 KlUalivttitoa Weitnciiday July 1 lllountvllla Thursday " 9 KitKlort Friday 8 llng-nrille Saturday " 4 Dean's Station Monday " S Tutewell Tuesday " T Jaekiboro' Thursday " 0 Clinton Krldsy " 1(1 Klnmlon Saturday " II Sparta Monday " 18 Co.kevllla Tuesday 14 l.ivliitrnton Wedneaday " 15 ni.limltoro Thursday " 1(1 rsrthnira "aliirduy IS Lrlianon Monday " 20 (Inllatiu Tuefldny r.. " St Naihvllle Yt'edm-vday " 22 Murfreeshoro' Thursday " !l ftiFll.vville Friday " 24 MiMlnnvlllo Saturday 2.t Franklin Monday " 2T Cnlaialila Tuenday " 2X Sprincritdd Tliurtduy " 8(1 Clurkiville Saturday Aux. 1 Charlotte Monday " 8 The underilKiied, csndldatei far Governor, have agreed upon the above Hat of appolutnicnts for the en duing canvass. They would have been glad to be able lo visit all the counties, but the aliortneie of the time rendered It lispoailble. I8IIAM O. HARRIS, ItOHKRT UATTOM. Nashville, May 12th, APPOINTMENTS. J. I. W news mmmi Ja &ur ImmW Ia4Jia 7lii DUll-tat, will addreai his fetlow-ctluwni at the following Uinea and ptacei : Allien, McMlna county ..Saturday June 8 ..Wedneaday .... " 10 ..Thursday " II . Friday " 19 Itlcevllle, " " Calhoun, " , " MouHe Creek," " AppolntnieDta for other portions ef the dlitrlct wUl be made hereafter. HI A NO MO OKI.KUHATION. Mebipux 8es Lodub, No. SO, Free and Accepted Ms una, will eelebrate St. John'a Day, 24th June, by pub lic Procuaaion, Addreaa, Co., and Invite neighboring Lodgee, and tranalent brethren In good atandlng, to Join In the ceremonies and feallvltlaa of the day. The puldie are slao reapeclfully Invited to be preaent at the Church. W. O. IIOIITON, IOIITON, 1 CRN'S, VCom. AMBLE, I itll. Ut'll Athena, May 89, 1857. if. L. UAMULC, JPLunr'a Vormif aire In Teams. Hear what the proprietor of the "Star HotuP'liaa to lay of the wonderful enYma of It'Laiie'a Vermifuge I "Stab Hutu.," Centrevllle, Texaa. Aug. 22d, 1844. Meaara. Fteailug Broa.: I feel it my duty to make the followiug atatenieat : Several of my children have been unwell lor the laal we-lc or two. 1 oalled at the uBig Mortar" to get aoine Oil of Wormaeed and other truck, lo give theni for worma. The llruggiat recommended M'Laiie'a Vermifuge, prepared by you, but having here tofore tried every Vermifuge, In my knowing, without advaulaga, I told him II waa not worth while, aa my eltildren appeared proof againat them all. 11a aaid to take a bottle, and offered II it done no good lo refund the money. To aatlafy him I done ao, and the effect waa ao much better than espeoted that 1 got another bottle, and the reault waa moat aatonlahlng. Three of my children diacliarged a great number of the largeal worme 1 ever aaw. To a young man, my Mall Carrier, who waa weak, puny and poor aa a anake, for a month or ao, 1 gave two doaea, which brought from him at leaat a plot of what la called atomach worma I Strange aa thia may appear, yet It la aa "true aa preaching." How the bov atood It, ao long aa he did, with two Ihonaand "Bote" gnawing at hie atomah, la the greateat wonder to ma. All Uieae eaaea are doing well. No doubt the IIvm or dinuaaiiita of children have been saved by the timely uaa of (hit eitraordSjerr medicine Don't fall to .!. It a trial. T1IOH. R. TIIUIIMAN. fFurchsaere will be eareful lo aak for DB.M'LaaB'S uaLRaatTBO vbbmivuob, manuractureo dj vbaMiaunaoa, of Pittsburgh, Pa. All other Verralrugoe in eomparl un ara worlhlaaa. Dr. eTLane'e aonuloe Vermifuge, alao, bis celebrated Uver Villa, can now be had al all re- apeoUMe drill llereo. jreMeeiaaHM wtum taw eay. 17 Kidnapping children for circus train ing hns been detected at BU Louis, and a performer has been arrested for kidnapping foor children, one boy and three girls. While Trrlh. lnrr..m.J at,.. ah. BatCTirct COMPi.axuci can he acriulred by uaing the " ailm of ii raoiMiind flower:" What lady or gen tleman would remain under the curat of s dlaagreee ble breath, when by ualug lhe"nLM or A Tnouaase Fuiwaae" aa s dentifrice, would not only render it aweet, but leave the teeth while aa alahaater Many Jiereona do not know their breath (a had, and Ihe aub ect ia ao delicate their frlenda will never mention It. uewaro Of counterfeit!. Be sure each bottle la algned rKrKIHOK CO., JV. y. For aale by all Drugglltl. Feb. 97-ly-eow-440 Died, , In thia place, on the 29th alt., Mr. WiuiiK fnoog, ong s realdent of Athena. COMMERCIAL. Augusta Market. , . . . Aoobsti. June I. I hand VOU herewith ilalm,nl nr a U. I.. ket. .!,"2",'.h" nnn I 14Vc; ildee UK A 1s; haml )?H l8X' ;honldera I2KCJ ISc. Lan UiaiSc. Cnaa 1,1.1 Ot 1.2HC. o.ts 7(1 a 7Sc. No Wbkat In market. S, pma I.2S 6 1.NI. Fuica, 7,2f 7,00 for anprrllnr, and 7.60 (n) 8,2.1 for eatra family. KTa IS a 41c. BcTTaa2liaoOo. Eooaltaiso. Paa Nuts (1. Youra.very truly, J. A. ASt.KT, OommUrion and Prmluc 3ttrchant, Atlanta market. Ati.abta, Jnne 9. nelow Pleaac find etatement nf nrlri. ,iirr,nt vlih u to-day I IIacos, hog round, 111c; clear ttdca Idcirlb al.lca IN-; hama 14c; aliuldera 1Slo. I.Ann, In hbla. 17c; lineana i-k. tai.uiw m, ruica, 8,7S 4 hundred In hlia. or aanka, for good .nierUne and extra faiaily. Cons, aacked, 1,1A (ft f 1.21). The rHiotallona for llacon are met ely nnmlnal.ae there la not much doing yet at the advanced pricea. Stock In market not heavy. Flour Arm with an upward ten dency. Very reapeclfully, SFAflO, ADnOTT k 00., Vo imUtfon JercAilnfa, Atlanta. Qa. Colcsdos, June 9, 18.17. TIacos The market la fullv .u-.r w n,.n. hama lllc; clear allies 1.1c; ribbed aldea 14c; alioul dera 12,4c; liog round l:l?,'c. I.tau Supply equal to demand, at MX A 18c: re fined held at 2c. IlKkr. in market, 8 (o 10c hy the quarter. Flocb, hy the barrel, 7 .Ml (12. Rates of Through Freight Charleston Savaimnhf AuffuMu, and KN0XVIM.K, AND ALL TUB STATIONS ON THE East Tennette X Ueorria Haft Road, FIRST CLASS Piano Porten, Booki, 8ttlooery, Boot, gtioei. lint. Llnuorn. Oilt. Ac. (in bottlea.) ('rtmpliL-ne anil 8lrlti Tur peutinti (in Imrrtl,) CiirivlinK, China, iinnn itixl ()lrinawHre,CiKHrfi(iu cases.) uiocKs.uohiectionnnea.uotimi fjttrils. Cak ami Boxt'i, Dry Uods (In box- es ami bt.lv.) DriiKi, fruiti, Fruit Trees ami Shrubbery. Furs, (lanlen Beeili, !iOoklng Glacses ami LnnWfiiK Ulans Glutei, (at pwner'i rittk,)Oys ters (In cans anil Jam.) gHibllery, Tin ami tlrltunnla Hre,Teaa ami fpicei Oeorula rnl South Carolina Douiei tlct per ion lb PKCOND CLASS. 1,15, 82tf To Hnntwar, escpt luch as perilled In first ami third clasnes, Coffee MilU. lMnlasses, Muchlnery. Foreipn Llquorsj (In bHrreln and plea.) Tuttnno (In boxes,) Leather (in roll- ami tioxes.) Oil" (in barrels and ranks.) Trixki-ry and Qiieensware(in crates and cak,) IlU-e, WltlttiiKt I'liiM.T, tOieut Brans anu tjopi-er pr 1 ihi urn Til I It D CLASS. Axes, Siiftnr, Shovels, Spades, Bfirl Irons, 1.00 75 TO lijt and Bar Iron, Zinc and Tin (in pi',) Tin Piute, Anvils, Vices, Nails, Casks of Chaina anil Hoes, Manilla anil uotton t;unlare, Cement, Loffee, Henry Castings. MHI Genrinr. Hall Road Wheels and Axles, Chairs and Spikes, aud Rosin (in barrels) per 1UU I OS SPRCIAL RATES. 80 o M Fttrnltare and Carriages (boxed,) and! other light articles not enumerated; also, Carhoya of Acids or other Chem icals, will he charged by actual weight, i mn ns aourxa nm ciass rates per 1.80! 1, l,ft3 Sinffle P tcka?" of loft pnnndt and under, will be clmrifed '.'.i ct if f nn earh Homl. Articl-n ub( jimnieriitdl In the above rates will he inlject iv fi rioHtion by the Agent at the point of siiiftmtMii . Overcharge to be promptly settled by Agent deliv ering the goods. Damages to he settled by Superintendent Trannnor- tiitlnn of this Hnad, and no appeal from his decision on the piirt of connecting Itonds. In cnites of litigated dHimiges, each Road entitled to Charge local rntes from point of shipment to destination. Ooo1s must he well and securely put up and plainly tnnrkfd with name of consignee, destination, and Depot of deliver. This Through flte does not affect the Local Rates of 3M Ki'hriitrv, Through Hates on speclA'wl articles from Ntubvllte, as publishcU 4th March, 1k7, is confirmed and contin ued. Ample notice will be given of any contemplated ad fan ce on the above rates. K. C. JACKSON, Sup'i Trans, f.ttt Tenn. A Oa. Rail Road. Knoxvltlo, June 1st, lS37-tMM MO NT VALE SPRINGS. BY ST E A. UK II AND STAGE, wrOTICK Is hreby given to victors to Montvale that the light uraugiit iscvamur ju. jau i, Will run dally between Concord and Louisville, Tenn., connecting with a line of Four Horse COACH KS, run ning daily bstween Louisville and Montvale. The Stoamer Jo. Jaipies Saving undergone thorough repair, will afford visitors traveling over this line a plinsant trip of one and a half hours on the Holston River, preHtmtlng soma ef the most attractive scenery in the world. The accommodations at Col. TlDRS' HOTEL, at Con cord, will be as good as can m found in East Teunet see, and terms as rcH'onahle. fare through from Concord to Montvale S,00 SAFFKI.L, BRO. A CO. Lnulavllle, Tenn., June 1, ls.',7-tf-4M P. Passengers for Montvale should not fail to procure Tickets for Concord. A 100D FARM FOR SALE. T IHE subscriber wishes to sell the FARM on which he now lives, in the lint civil DUtriot of Polk county, Tennessee. It Is situated directly on the Koan lending from lien ton to Alliens, about two miles from lliwaiuee River, and contains 4Utl acres about 140 acres in cultivation plenty of timber, and a good deal of the Umbered Land w-ll adapted to cultivation, lt Is a very pretty nml desirahle place to live; as healthy as any place fn the State comfortable Dwelling", a goud Burn, Stables, Cribs, and other out-houses; a flue large Spring, as good water as any, a good Orchard of young Apple Trees of well selected fruit. Any person wishing to purchase a good and comfort able home, on liberal terms, would do well to oall and look for themselves. For further Information, call on the undersigned on the premises, or A. 1. Bradford at life villa, Ti-nn. 11 KM ll X DKAUrunir, June A, ln67 tf 4.M KOOK OVT ALT. persons are hereby forbid from cutting any Timber upon Land held hy me under entries made by W. Clrirk and O. O. Mnrrt.1l in 16HT-8, and which said titles have been fully perfected by me, and held In con formity to law. In the counties of McMinn, Meigs, Mon roe and Roane. All applications for said Lands to be nude to me at Tellico. as the titles to the same I con sider good. Al. F. JOHNSON, June 6, '67-lt-iM Tellico Plains, ALL persons are hereby cautioned from felling tlm. ber Into the Tellico River or the Little Tennessee, as the same are navigable streams, and any obstruc tions In the same are strictly forbidden by statutes. JuneB.ltAT 41 4M Notes and Money Securities ' Cashed al a reasonable Discount, by A. JOitfcMN cV 4 0. Office one door east of Win. O. llurton A Co'i. Athens, May 2W-8in-4Ao SULPHUR SPRINGS, Kheaa county, Tenia. npHKSK Juatl celebrated medicinal Springe will be lMh Julia nelt. IIUI1K STANTON, Pruprlelnra. F.. K. bAasKtN. BulierluleudeDt. H7 n, 'M tf 4M II AIIFH OF t Ol.t nniA.-More of theae celebrated filDKlua liuoaa Tor aale hr Mar M U- U111SON k CO, at i A 0T CI AN be obtained from the underilgned, oa good J piper, at a reasonable discount. nay jo-oui-oi si. b. rninxirD, o. zz. " - " WITH WESSON & COX, MAXoriOTtraxat axo wuolmils haliu hi Boots and Shoes, Ha. 11 uauriuna lUMI,(uear Brouwar.) aa.lj.a a. waaaoa. I . NRW YORK. Towaaaas oat, Hf l-lj-al Swan & Co's Lotteries 1 THE M08T BRILtANT KntMIt CVER DRAWN. Capital Prize $60.000 ! TICKETS ONLY $10 Owing to the great favor with which our fMnele Num ber Ijotterles have been received by the public, and the large demand for Tickets, the Managers, 8. Swab A Co., will have a drawing ench Saturday throughout the year. The following Huh me will be drawn in each of their Lotteries fat Juns, IWiT. CLASS flf, , To be drawn fn the city of Atlanta, Oeorgla, In pabllo( on Saturday, June Atb, 1457 CLAM MS. To be drawn In the city of Atlnnta,fla.,ln publloton BaiurinTt afunv lotn, iwii, CLASS 41. " To be drawn In the city of A Hunts, Oeorgla, In public, on oamrii, one stun, inot. CLAM 49.. To be drawn In the city of Atlnnta, Georgia, In public, on oaiuriinj, uue at m, isni , on me plan Ol SinRio Numbers! More than Otu I'rUs to Kvery Ten Ticket t Maffulfloent Bohemo t To be drawn each Saturday In June I 1 Prise of nn,niH 1 Prise of 80,IMIfl i do .. l.ono .. l.fKtn . 1,000 nm .. 11H) ,. to , in.onn , 0.0410 , A,ItUI) 1 do 1 do 45 do 9.M10 Iimi do S.ntin iuo 0 9jm Annrnxltltnftfin I'rlA I 4 prises of 22. approii mating to fr.n,iinn Kre.,90no 4 do '.MO approximating to SO.iHrfi are.. 0 4 do 12-1 approximating to lH.iHH.nre.. do To approximating to O.onnnre.. 5A 11 do M approximating to 8,MtO nre.. BoO 10 do 40 nitnroximatinr tn loan., mn 8,000 do SO are iu.rMH 3i34l3 Prise, amounting to 9204)OOO HViote Ticket Qflttlteb Quarter PLAN Or Tiff? LOTTERY. The numbers from 1 to HO.Onn. corresnonitin with those numbers on the Tickets, printed on separate slips of pnper, are encircled in small tin tubes and placed In one wheel. The flrnt J.7 Prises, similarly ?rlnted and enclrrh d, are placed in another wheel. he wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn irom me wneei oi nunmers, ana nt the same time a Prise Is drawn from the other wheel. The number and Prtse drawn out are opened ami exhibited to the audi ence, and regli.ler.-d hy the Commit) oners; the Prise being placed agslnst the nnmher drawn. This opera tion Is repented until nil the Prises are drawn out. APFRnxiMmnK Pan. The two n receding and th two sitrrreding numhersto thoae drawing the first 19 Prises will he entitled to the 4 Anprnxlmnf Ion Prises. Kor example: If Ticket No. H2Mt draws the 0O.oon Prise, those Ticket numbered 1 1'.'!'. 11219, 119.M, 112.9, will ench he entitled to 2.. If Ticket No. MO drnws the f9o,(M)0 Prise, thne Tickets oumhered M. MO, ft.1 , Vi2, will each be eatltted to (200, and so on according to the above scheme, Thefl.ooo prlspsof 20 will bedetermlned by the last figure of the number which draws the iUl.oort. For ex ample. If the number drnwinglhe o",tH.O Prise ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets where the number ends wlthl will be entitled to 20 If the number ends with No. 9. then all the Tickets where the number ends with 9 will hp entitled to V2, nnd nn on to 0. CertiflenU of P,irXragr will be sold at the following rates, whk-h in the rlk t Oertidcateof Package of 10 WholeTtckets f 1 1 1 MHll 41 10 Ousrter 90 10 Eighth JO In OrAcrlnflT Tlrkrla or Orf If Icnfesu Eclose the money to our address for the Tickets or- nereti, on receipt or wiik'Fi thy win he rorwardi'd by flrnt mall. Pnrchners can bareTlckets ending In any figure they mav desiirnate. The list of Drawn Numb.-rs and Prlxeswll.be stnt to purchasers Immedintfly "Her the drnnlng, Purohasers will plmme write their strmitnree plain and give their Post OOVe, Cmttilv and Slate. ftemerjlx r tlmt eVry prize is drawn, and pay able in fun without cd'ilion. All Prise nf fl.ntm and under, paid Immediate ly after the drawing other Prises at the usual timeof tmrty nays. All communications trictiyennn(ieniiH i . Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to A. I WAN A CO., Atlnnta.Oa. June -ly-409 8. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. tT" A list of the numbers that arc drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the nrlse that ench Is entl tied lo, will he published after every drawing. In the following pnpers : New Orlenns Helta, Vol. i It? Register, Charleston Ptandnnl, Nitshvllle (Inset'e, Atlanta In telligencer, New York Weekly Day Hook, Savannah morning news, ana menmonu vmpatcii. Savannah Lottorv! On the Bluvaua I' lan of Single Numbers! ANDERSON & SON, Maxageks, Hucoeor to J. F, Winter, Manager. Prices Payable without Ifcdtirtlon Capital Piize $60 000 ! 80,000 TICKETS. Jasper County Iciulirmy Lottery! Jiy A uthorilu of the State ot Georgia, CLASS Y. Drawa June IRth, 1997, at Ht. Anitrewa' Flail, SaTannah, (la.. under the aarurn auperlntemleuce of W. It. tfyul one, Eeq., and J. M. Prentiaa, Kaq. tllaXHittcent scheme! 1 l'rue of JilO.Ofifl 1 " 2n,0MK 1 " ' 10,011(1 1 " 6,000 1 " 4,000 1 ' 2,000 8 " 1,000 lire S.ooo 5 000 are 2.SU0 100 " 100 ere 1 0.000 loo " 60 ere ,000 It Approximation priiel, 8,760 8.000 Priwi of 80 are 0.000 8,230 Priiea anionnl.ins to til6,'i6U Tickelt t0llalee S-Quar1tri 2,M. Small Schema druava every Salurday. Bank Nntea 01 aoiintl Rank taken at par. Checka on New York remitted Tor I'riiue. Addreaa Order, fur Ticketa or Oertlnuatea of Packairea of Tlcketato ANUKII.HdN t DOS. Manaaera, Oct 17-ly-43l Alacon or 8avaiinali, Ua. XW Peraorta holdlnn Prlae Tluketa of J. t. Winter, Munager, will aend tliem to ut for payment. SIIFirr 1 ((. A large lot of American and Uua.ian Sheet iron Juat received and fur aHle by mayft) U KO. W. HOW. New Establishment! . s. s. imm MA VINO analn Rone Into tlie Mercantile hualneaa, would reniejtrully announce to the public that he la uuw receiving and optriilug a aplcndid atock of NPIII.MU A,M Nl .7nn:h fJOOUKt In the Rtnre Ilnoin on tlie Kant itlde of the Public Square, formerly occupied by Jl. Keltll A Co., aud to wblvll he tnvitua attention. The Uooda are ALL NKW and me Moon eonpleta, enmprlaiug a general aaaortment of every deacrlption of Good, uaually brouirbt to tlila market, which were purcliaaaed in llie Northern cltiea on very favorable terma, wntcii enaniea liliu to ouer great inaucenienta 10 purchtiaera. (live hliu a call and examine hla aaaortment, and he will uae hla utinoat endeavora to ai II you aa good bar galna aa con be bought atauy other bullae in towu. Athena, May 16-tl-l'l C. B. NE.AIi, A. 1 1 o ru o y ct a, -w, .lladtnunville, Ttmia, VrlI.L practice In tha Court! of Monrae, MeMlnn, ' Ulount and folk. may lo-IMM Valuable Farm foi Sale. '"piIEatilieeriberwieheatv aell hit FARM L on wliiuh lie reaidea. It eoiiteina 240 AUUKS nlioiil M0 of which ere well im proved, the bitlance it well timlieretl. It ia eitiieted uliuut three milea North-weat of Kioeville Depot, JloMiiin county, end ia well wntored. There ia good Dwelling llouae on the preinieea, Kitelit 11. good Double 13arn, end first rate Orchard in foot, it ia one of the muat deairnhle Kni ma in the eountry, ut there ia no more lietilthy location anywhere, l'ertont within to piu-chaae nre rcqueated to cell and look at the Lauda nnd iinprovenietitt, 3t At the tuhseriher iulendt moving to the West, if he doea not acll before the 1 day of Augmt eit, he will nn that day offer the above FARM at puhlie tale, on the proni itet, to the nighett bidder, ' J AS. P. AT.MCy. MoMinn county. April 2t, 1867-td-tl8 talxoyrtSX'm Sale, BY virtue of teven ordete of tale, lamed from the ollioeof the Circuit Court Clerk of MoMinn county, and to me directed, I will expote to public aale, to the highett bidder, for oaah, at the Court home dour in Athena, on Monday, the Alii day of July next, all the right, title, mtereat and claim, that John Hue hat in aud to the Tract of Land on which he reaidea, containing 80 aeret, more or I cm, ad. joining the Landi oV J. II. Crooket, Joaeph Kayhoun, and nthen, and lying in the 18th Civil Diatrict, McMinn evuuiy. Tvuneaaee. Sold to tatiafy teven jiidifmeult and coatt re covered agnintt taid Johu Hue two in favor of K. P. bloom, two In favor of Ii. P. Cobb, one in favor of A. Cleage aV Co., one in favor of P. B. Elliott for the ut of Win. llieka, and one lo favor of J. A. Long JOHN A. GOULD V, Sheriff, yaw 9, lS87-t-prt fee t-U J. L. HAYS, A. tor ney m. t Xe t yxr, lliwatMoe Cajaper 11 1 nre, Iotk ooamy, tenn., W'tl L atteno all the Oonrtt of the Third Judicial " Circuit. aaay w ly 4Ai Maryland State Loltcrics for '57a CORBIN & CO., Lioetvted Agmtj, Art Bnthorlff. by the Mnnnffvrs to fill all orders fof Pttckarvi, Tlckelt or 8hr, In tht ThM Lotti-rlei r drawn In public In (h eltjef Baltimore, under the vupurintemlvnct of tht State L-oiirrf Commlaalonrr Who fimranteei the fnlrneti nt tht Drawing, an1 tht ofllolal drawn numhen arr piihlishetl In the Journal! of the elty of Baltimore, with hit otrtlBcatt bearing hie IK nature. Ail PrUe nre fjmtmnteed by ths ftat. ONK TKIA1. MAY MAKB VOU KICM FOR LIPI. Splendid Ichemee Brawlntt Dally. Mend your Ordtrt to CO Kit IN & CO., Tht Old frtabllftheil Anthnrlied Airentt who haft toM MUItK PlllXtij than any other office to tht Htatt of Maryland. Fafapsco Institute Lottery Thtt favorite fxittery la drawn dally. Tht Capital Prlsct are ts.ouo. T.00U. i.OOU. tMO. Ao. Slnrle Tick- eU, One Ovllar. Certijlmt ef rackaffe ; SA Whole Tlcketa... t 916,00 SI. lliilf Tlrkete 8.01) S(J Quurti-r Tick if In 4,00 Nothing Venture Nothing Gain. Ticket buivlit lijr the Packani are alwari tha mott frofltnhle to tlie purohaMTi. or f'rt we ml pnrkafre Wholes, lUlvf n and Quarters. ror viiiwenenn imtKnge iiiiivetanu y wttoi Ttketi. Vor & we timd pricltHge (luarten nnd 1 Whole Ticket Look at the following SplfHdlfl Scheme) Oat of which art drawn at 12 o'clock each day of the week. CLAM 40, SVUKMK. 1 Prlte nf 7,1 MM l Is 97,000 1 I'rise of 1,811 Is 1,U1 S Prises of l,iMMiit-e 8,hm) 4 Prlst-s of 44M are l,tkHt 4 Prises of lis) are 40 Sn7 Prlsr-sof 80 are 4140 U'i PriRHBof 10 nre 1MI 1:W Prises of 4 nre IW 4,im Prists of 9 are ".1h4 2.V740 Prises of 1 ar 96,740 00,:U6 Prises, amountlnr to .9M,- Tlt:ket 1, Pokomoke Lottery. 1 af A U I'f 4 t iilJI7I, atk .- 4 ,., VAI 1111 I Oa4tUUU, CLAPS PIVK. Certificate iff Package: H Whole Tlckrti rt Hnlf Tickets 441 iil (jutirter Ticket! SO SO Light). Tickets 10 1 Prise of f.'4.iH) U 9-24.0to' 6PrifSof ;t.HHlare 1'2,(nh) 6 Prises of 8,1 re 1 Stunt -2n Prist:! of thD arc I,fts7 20 Prist! or 4o0nre 8,HH) 2'i Prises of 8ti) are 6.MMI 2o Prists of 2h) are 4.IHK1 17 Priiro of". lint nre 12,700 list Prlw's of M nre 8.LKI Ii I Prises of 40 nri- 8.520 W Prisftt of M nre l.mio M Prises of 20 nre 1,210 n.f'-fl Prkes of 10 are S9.itm 9a,4iid Vrlsof b are 117.IS0 2lM'i Pri, tnnkinr 9147 Tickvt t5 8tisres In Proportion. LOOK I Till.' 19 WORTH A TRIAL, $ao,ooo i Maryhnd Consolidated Lottery, Fnr the benefit or the SUSQUUUXW CANAL. CLA8A FIVE. M'OKUK. 1 Prise of 80.IHHI .Hnrs It 90,000 1 Prise uf ln.iMHt Dollars Is Io.isnI 1 Prize of Dollars is (Mnn, 1 Prise of 9.9it7 Dollars is 8.9ti7 nrH"i Prises of 1,1X10 Dollars are lOO.lHHl 25 Prises of b0 Dollars are 2,riMl W Prises of Hi HI Dollars are 7.50H (id Prises of 2imi Dollars are 1R,2H) HI Prises of lis) Dollars ara A.i'hni VM Prises of M Dollars art lOJittO Vll Prises of 00 Dollars are 7.920 1X2 Prises of 40 Dollars are Mho 9.M4 Prises of 80 Dollars art Tt.m 2A,74l Prises of 10 Dollars art 2M.4irfl 8016 Prises, amounting to 9M7t747 Certificate iff Package: 8 Whole Tiokets 9181 ,9A Sfl Hair Tickets Atl.lH) 2fi Quarter Tickets 88.00 8o Kighth Tickets 18,00 Tluksts 910 Shares In proportion. We Inrarlahly answer letters hy return mat), enclos ing the tickets In a good safe envelope, and always ob serve me strictest connience. Auer tut drawing it over, we send the official drawluir, with a wrltter ex- Clan nt Ion of the result of tlie venture. All Prises ought at this office are payable immediately after tht drawing in Current Money, and we take Bank NoUs of any Htate, or Dank Drafts In payment for Tickets at par. Fnr oild amounts in making change we receive postage stamps, they being more convenient than silver. Correcpomleitt! may place the utmost confidence in the nut-iils rity and snfety of the mails, as very Tew or no iiilsL-urrluges or money happen when properly directed to us. lie careful that you mention your Post Office, County anil Jtate. tJive us at least one single trial, you cannot lose muh. If not g-tln. One single trial mny make you Independent for life. THY US, There should he no such word as fall. Addrens CO It HIS A CO., Bos Iflit Post Office, Baltimore, M1. Orders for tlrketi In any nf the Maryland Lotteries promptly attended to. Circular containing a lint of all tlm Lotteries for thu mouth, forwarded on nppllca tion. May 22 -6i. I.Vi Farm for Sale. TUB subscriber offers for salt her FARM, situated 1 H miles from Athens, on tht old road leading to Philadelphia, and In the immediate vicinity of Forest Hill, containing XOO AorOai. more or lens about 46 acres under cultivation. There are about 12 acres ol splendid meadow Und, a portion of which Is well set In grass all well watered. There Is a comfortable Dwelling House, two neat Brick Cottages, ?ood Ilrick Kitchen, and all necessary outhouses. here Is a young Apple Orchard of tht best variety of fruit, and a Peach Orchard. If the above proivrty Is not previously disposed of, It will be sold at public sale, at the Court-house, In Athens, on tlie 2d Monday of August next. Terms made known on Any of sale. MAKY B. P. LI UK. May 22, l57-td-4S2 Slierlff's Bale, BY virtue or three order of Bale, issued from the office of the Circuit Court Clerk of McMinn county. Am) to me directed, ! will expote to puhlie sale, to the highest bidder, for cAsh, at the Court house dour in Athens, on Mon ilny, the Ot Is day of July next, all the PK.if, tit le interest and claim, that W. T. Alkieou hat in and to one-fourth acre of Land, adjoining the Lands of U. P. Cobb, J C, Car look, and o tli era, and lying in MoMinn county, Tennessee. ISold to satisfy three judgment and costs recovered against said W. T. Atki sou one in favor of Samuel Firestone, one in favor of L. 1'oduon, aud one ia favor of Thomas Cooper. J01III A. G Oil LOT, Sheriff. May 20, 1867-3t-prs fee $H-153 " Ij O O K 1 Eehold and Wonder I lll!l eiiliaeriliera wuultl reaneotfully an X nonnoe to nil Ilia world, tlmt they nre now receiving from New York and Philedel pliia, one of the largest, heat aelected, aud ruoat fashionable stocks of Spring nnd Summer Goods ! ever offered in this market. Having made their piirol ases with great oare, and upon the heat terms, they fuel satisfied that they ean sell Uoods ns low as they can lie bought in Knat Teiin?8ue. Thtiir motto is. to sell Goods l'UKAl', and make money hy selling the more of them. They will keep eonatantly on hand every thing that ia usually kept, and more too. Their stock consists, in part, of LADIKS DRESS Q00DSI such as Silk, Ilernges, Brilliants, Lawns, Jaa oni-ts, Muslins, Ginghams, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss, Ulnuk Silks, Argentines, Prints of all price, ami styles, Ladies Crinolines and llrxss lloojis,' now styles, I.acee, Hibhons, Dress Trimmings, Colliirs, Ilunnets, new and beau tiful, Mines Huts and Gipsies, Houchee; lints of all kinds Leghorn, Straw, Fur and Siixony; Cloths, Cnsaitnere, Cottonadea, Farmers' Drills, Itleached anil Brown Pomes ties, all widths; Tickings, Italian Clothe, llab it Cloth, Veilings, RKADY-SfADE CLOTHLYGI something new, Crass and Silk Coats, Mar seilles and Satin Vests. te. Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Spades, Shor. els, Forks and Axes. Also, the best Scythe Blades In Amerioa; Queensware, China and Glassware, all kinds; Books and Stationery. A larire etock of Gold Jewelrr. aueh aa Breast Pins, Ear Drops, Rings, Ac, at low prioes. We aak you to eorae and aea oar Goods. and wa feel aura jou will say they ara aheap 1 L , . ajar ai v n mAt a.T a -w ana out .asm. w. u. uuAtuii m uu, April IT Premium Wheat Fans ( IMPORTANT TO FARMERS subscriber would respectfully Inform tht farm M. Ing public and all others Interested, that Im etlll continues to mannfaeturt H ' Tharker's fan prttwrfl Prrmlum Vheat t'nnw at thtoM stand In Philadelphia, Tenn., where he will be happy to wait upon his old friend! and as man new ones as mar desire tht machines. These Fans are an Improvement upon tne !. t. urant ran," ny sir. Tnurner, who was the Inventor of the Ontnt Fan. Tliest Pant have re ceived Premiums where large numbers were on shlhl lion, In various States of the L'nlon, to wit: fn New York, where there were over fifty competitors for tht prmlum, and In Ohio, where there wart thirty eon tending for tht ssme. Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and the Middle Division of the Mutt of Trn nessee, havt acknowledged tht superiority of these Fans by awarding premiums, at their rvspectlvt Fairs, to tht proprietors. This Fan also took the premium at Columbia, go. Ca., last Fall. In a word, they are sunt-, rlor to anrthlnr ever befor offered to the nubile. Ho sidijolfi! a certificate of several gentlemen of Phi lade), phis, well known to the people of lower Kant Tennessee " This ceritnes tnat tne nnaerstgnea tlm- and tried N. V. Thurber's Premium Wheat Fan. and Jute that It cleaned one bushel per minute, separating all filth to such a degree of perfection that It cannot be rivalled hy any Fan now In use and we recommend all who stand In need of such a machine to esamlnt this Improved Fao be fort purchasing tlstwhert. J. P. Josm, UtfAS. UARSOff, . . A. W. Cot A ST. His warons.wtth Fans, wffl travel tbrmtvhn.it Fait Tennessee and upper Oeorgla, dnrlng the present Spring and ensuft-g Summer. J. COTTON. Philadelphia, Tenn., April 17, l7-tf-447 Reaping and Mowing Machines With Wod'a Imprerrmptit A LOT of these superior tabor saving Machines art now at Charleston, Tenn., which farmers are re quested to examine. One nf the Machines may be seen aivievcinnn, smune ureeii. ana riiiiniteiptHa. iirrter early, and tht A sent will come to your house find put the Machine up and warrant It to do as Well as reconi mended, on a falrtrinl. J. F. MKF. ChanVmtan May 9-tr-400 Agent for lower East Tennessee. II. K. DODSOV, D. D.S.. Sureeon X3 entlati Oftlce corner of Ocoet and Meadow streets, 'lrvrliintla Tenn Dental Mnterialfor sale. May S-tMftO ALKX. H. WALLAPR.. .w. o. auBiawm. Wallace & Robinson, General Commission Merchants, and CKitaaa ia TENXESSKK PUODUCE, Atlaii(av Csiporvins WIT.t ftlve speelnl nttentlon to the title of IWnn, I.itril, Flour, Whlnktfjr, Tobacco, Ao. Connijrn. mntB rv trwctrully tollclted. Prsiiiptstttntlon tven to Osnh orders. Affents for the sale of Stearnes k Marrln's Fire-Proof Sa(s. iimr M0-lyo IX A n X) -W A. H. 13. NATH1N U'EKD, i a orv, ;a., OFFERS for snle, a large and complete assortment of JarU ware, on tlie most rune on able terms. Iron ami Metl Omnlne Swedes Iron; llst Iti-flnert Iron; Common En. MaIi Irou; Hnuimertil Steel for Plows; Cast and German tftt-el. Smith1 ToolM, Hellows; Anvils and Vises; Hummers; Screw Plates; Tongs; Mlioelug NhiIs. Planter floi- (p. Snovll't Hoot Collini Hoes; llrailes Patent Hoes; llrades' Crown Hoes; Iron and Si eel Plows; Trare and W igon Chains; Plow IUmef nnd Lines; Shovels; 8iatles. M'rJia n iv' Tools, Denrh Planes; MniiMlnjrYMim-; Augurs and Chisels; Drawing Knives; aw and Adxes; Uracs and Uitts; Boring Machines; Squares, Ao., Ao. Circular iyitr. 4 to 52 nch Mill Shwh; x Cut aws; Mill Irons; Rub ber ami Hemp Packing; lleltinir, Ac. I 'a fringe Mittfrial. . Spoken and Rims; Hittn and Hlinfts Axles an Springs; Patent Dash Leather; Enameled Leather; Ltnitig Nails, Bolts, Ac. Also, full stork of SiiltdlnR Hardware, Tanners Tools, House keeping llttnlware, Corn Mills, Ao., Ao. march8T-0in-444 J. T. & Will. n. woof ton7 (8ttcieor to Wootfah 1oUoicay,) Commission Merchants, Cotton Avenue W A(1I, (3.., Ti 7 ILL pay strict attention to all consignments from y Northern Georgia and Tennesnee. And If prompt returns deserve any credit they hope to share n portion, at least, of tlie publlo p;itronsge. Liberal advances made on goods In store, If deslreil. JUHST. WINtTTOM .W1LUAH H. WUOTTOX. march S7-lr-444 UNION nOVBB. (Formerly Hail Road ffovse,) A (hntSf TMte) THE proprietor respectfully announces to the public that lie has recently refitted and refurnished the above House, and that he will use his utmost endeavor to make It thu traveler's home. His table will bs sup plied with the best tlie country affords. He hopes by unremitting attention to comfort of his guests to merit aud receive libsrsl share of patronage. iaii2-tf-asa National Police Gazettes rwiWS great Journal of Crime and Criminals Is fn Its M. 'f we llth Year, and Is widely circulated throughout Ihe country. It contains all the great Trials, Criminal C-ises, and appropriate Edltorialx nn the same, tnelher with information on Criminal Mutters, not to be found In any other newspaper. HuMcriptions, f'i per annum; for si g months, to he remitted by subnet ibe?, (who shmitd write their nami'S mid the town, county ami State where they r rexide.plslnly,) To it A. HKVMOl'K, Kdlior A Proprietor of the National Police (I it set te, may b-tf New York City. Hiwassee College, nenres cat., Tenn. SITUATION, In the country, ,y rail., from Marti amiTtlle. Pacoltt Kt. J. II. Brnncr. A. M., Pr.a'l; Kami 8. Doak, Kaq., A. B .VIee Prca'l; , Tutor. Tultinn ,lil. Board $1,50 lo ,3. Volumes In l.lbrarlea 1100. Stuil.nU last jraar luo. Larfe new Boanling Uouse Roinjr up. rail aaaalon wilt hea-ln Pep. teinberl. ui.j 1-IM19J ). t. KEV, Sec'j. FloWslI Flows, ! JU8T received, an exeell.nt lot new and well aaaort. ed Plows, ror aale by AI.KX ANDKK U1UVKS. Cliarleston, Tenn., Veb 6-ll-a3T Tinner 'Wa ned. WANTKO. a Rood Jouroeraian Tinner, to whom conatant einployment and liberal waRKS will be fltren. Appljr Immeilialely. J.O.CALHOUN. Athens, Tenn., April 8, IU.T-tr-440 Young Ladies School. rpllRBlxth Session of Mrs. Coon's School will com- mencc on Monday, Frhruitry Ifith. Terms as heretofore. TuUiou payable in adrance. Vvb 6-tf-4ST BOOKS AMI! KT ATIO K 11 V. J""t re celvvd, a larRe asortinent of School Honks, Pnper, Harrison's luk and Kluld, Pens, PenetlM, Ac, and for sale by April 10 UUO. W. 10)6. f ANTED A Journeyman Saddler, of steady y V and Industrious habits, to whom constant em ployment and liberal wajres will he given. Apply Im mediately. (Athens, April 17J K. A. AT1.KK. f A IIOC I IJIFH. Just received a good stock of W prime Siixttr nl Colfefi. AU.i, a lariie lot of the very best (inr and Adamantine Csudle, which I will sell cheap for cash. April , O. W. HOiM. ,fOI.I PKVsrCholPenntdPtnsj I.adles Fine QtT In id Pens; Oold and H liver Cases of the most -proved pattern; from the crUhrtUa-d Pen in a nil I hc tnrern, Dawson, Warren A llvil, J'i-t received and for sale low, by (Feb 27 BJCIIOKN A HOKNSUY. TA(;)1 H 1.1,. A f nod Two Horse f V Wagou aud Harness for sale low hy Dec 10 B. K. RKI.DiiK. BOOTH nml Khnrs,-A larire assortment of Uoots aud Hlioes JustreceWed and for SHle low for eaxh. Jan 9 tfKIIUUN A HOKNfliV. 7T RaTIIKU,-A large !! of Northern and Couulry THtiut-.l Sola auil t'iM'vr Leaitier fi.r sal. ny luce ll'J o . u. iitiuiun nOXEti S by 10 Window Glass for sale hy PSN'I'OI.AIt Y. A new supply of Colt's Re peaters and Allen's Keroliers just received and for sale by Nov 14 SLIlOkS A HtHtM-IIV. IITflll'lUiJfWPlrT, At.-A new and V T largu asttiirtinciit ut Watcties, Jewelry, Ac, just received, which will be sold at low rules for prompt pay, by Nov 14 BKUOItN A IIOKNUY. OVS Toya An unu-ually large assnortment 01 oys, at l?ow ij Dtnunn nun.iui o. CI4J4HM nnd Tobiirr. A One assortment ofUiKars.and slot of the best quality Chewing Tobacco, by Nov 14 UKHOKN A UuKNHbV, CiiOTHIft.-A Urge atock of Ready-Made Ciothiug, just received aud for sale hy octtf4 A.CLKA0E A CO. "s r mm ifr,s, aiHenaiu asaori MM lueul of Hoots and &ho, received and fir sale . .1 A aV fit VlitV aV Oil U OVI Ja m VV. lloltlnr Clot ha. N J-CMnRTtf4,5, fi, ott) and 10, un hand and for salt. uct.0,00 aicawivis a uiiebbBfiK. PAFK.K IIAftiinrClN. A large lot.suilsbls lor Halls, Parlor, Ao., fr sale. Oct 10, 'M McKWKS A OILLCSPIK. VtrilKAT AND R.4ON.-W desire to V purchase Wheat and Bacon, for which W will Ba? ths hiahest market value in oash. r JOIIN80N, HOIINR A CO., Au -tf aor. Broad and Market sta., NaahvlUa. PKPPER, iploa, Olnger and Pod a, Jart opeaed aifi leg aaia by Jaa BCU0KN UOHNMY. New Goods-Latest Antral I c. r. UBsojr c o., Worth-Mi Corner of Puhlie Soman, REHPECTFfLl.Y inform their fri.n.Je t the puhlie general 1 that the; ara jtiet in reeeipt of one of tba larveet and beat ae eorimenie 01 s nrlng brons;lit and Summer Goods ever brone;lit to Ibis town. There is nn nue take about It the faota ara juat that way, aa all ean aea who will do them tha faror to call. They do not deem it necessary to go into detaile. and trill onta mention a (mm sr. tides which may ba found among their large) ana epienaia eioct, soon ae Milks, liasnae, Tieraires, t.'hallte, JacnneUs. Lawn. Muslins. Ginghams, Prints. Uil.bcns, laces, TrimmlntTA and every thing alee in the line of Lediee Ureas Goods For the rougheir portioa of God'a erration, ther bare Cloths. Caaaimere. Tweeda, Kera.Ta, Linens, Cottonadea, Vast inge, I lata or all descriptions, Boots and Bboee, and every thing alsa worn by man ia this fast age. Also. UKOCERIES Snear. Coffee). Mol ea ses, Ao., ete. . Slow, thay not only have tha Goods, bat thty are determined to eell then lower thaa anvbodr. for Cash, or in exchange for an- proved (Country Produce. Gire them a call and examine their etock. They don't charge ar red for showing their uooue. April ti, 186T Against the World I WR desire to call the attention of Farmer mmd Miller to our lately Improved Doubts- hrrrriitiir hraf t'n Patented by T.J. Dori.s. Aprllii'ih. which wear tnatiutacliirlnirln LOVDOU and ft UK A TO K'JV, Mat Tinnee. Tfits popular and extensively used turn baa tnkrn the hhtficnt awards wherever exhibited, vlai Al the Mnryland fltste Pair, Baltimore, where there Ser at lcat.ffly Fatmnt most spiroveil makes of Tit? tola, Mrtrylnnd and the Northern States, cxliiblted; at tha Virginia Pfnte Pair, at Richmond; at the South Plde Af rkuhural Fair, at Peternhitrjr, Va ; at the Tlrftinia Val ley Ajrrtcultnrat r"lr; and the hfrhest honors of tha Knnl Tennessee Aftrlcultural Society, at Knoxville.la lhM,Jftatid 'Atl; also, at the County Pair, at Kin plea, In 1HMV llrownlow's Whlir, In speaking ot It, sayp "Other Pans were exhibited of an excellent quality, but none to compare with those manufactured by tha Messrs. Ilnyles, of Kheatown." We have received other prises too numerous to announce here, and hnndreda of certificates of our Fan's sunerloritv from practical fanntr at Virginia and Rnst Tennessee. We hav nsi nn I'mpwiatoriitnaywienour ran and ara eon vlnred it Is the Ifit in He, We think we know what the farmers want, and that our long and extensive perlence In the hiisiness, and arduous labors to hrlnff the Kan to Its present perfection, enables us to suit them better than any other person In the Pan business and they mny rest nured no pains will be spared t give them the heat Pan In the market. Our Fan haa twined Its enviable popularity entirely In consequence of lis merits; and for a Pan tt retain !U popularity and Increase In demand an ours has done ih the same dis tricts for three years. Is one of the bet evidences of ft value. Our Pans are sold on trial, and WA RRAKT El tocleanfser and clean rittn any oiher Fan In use. Ourteama will deliver them at almost any point In Punt Tt-nnensee. S. B. We will hIso All orders from Middle and Weet Tennessee, (lenrrla and Alnhma. All orders t aa at Loudon or Kheatown. Knst Terrn., will be promptly tilled, Jl trare of tmpoHHion.KW our Puns have T. J. Doyle A Co,, idAmped iiimn them. For Certificates and Kererftices.see circulars. T. J. DOYI.K A CO. Without any further references we annex the follow ing certificates, and the evidence that may hs afforded hy the numerous Farmer (n the surrounding conn ilea to whom we have n In the last year, as being tha most complete machine of the kind ever introduced Into the cour.try. We repeat, we defy Ihe world ta beat them. April .U-om-U8 J. T. D. A 00. We certify that we have nsed one of T. J. Dov1ea Patent Douhle Screen Wheat Fans In our Steam Flour Ing Mill, and we cat say, with truth and candor, that lhey are the most perfect machines of the kind that have ever come under our observation for cleaning smut, rnckle, cheat, Ac, from grain. Wa have used various marhines, bnt none equal to Doyte's Wheat Fan. It has given entire satisfaction, and we think that no Parmer or Miller wilt fait to purchase altar trying one of them. R. T. WILSON, J. W. CLARK. Loudon, April Silth, 1 W7. JAP. n. JOHVSTOlf. I concur fully with the above cert 111 rate. . D. T. LOW O. Miller at Steam Flouring Mill, Loudon. New Store and New Goods. rTMIl? nnderaiifn.d hex leave to inform their 1. friends and the puhlie generally, rr.at they are now receiving and opening a ri'EW and splendid stock of Spring and Summer Goods! at the old stand of W. U. Bnllear. Their stock eonsisis, in part, of LADIES DRESS GOODS I Silks, Tissues, BareR), .laentiftta, Lawna, eVo. GEXTLKVEyS DRESS GOODS! Cloths, Cnaairnere, Tweeda, !,itline, Jbo.. Also, a Inrice elock of Keaily Made Ckth. tne, Hnota and Shoea, lints and Caj, Hard ware, Queensware, GROCERIES I Prnzs and J)ve Stulfs. In fact, every article usually kept hy increhntita to all of which they invito the pulilio to exHii.ine They ara determined not to he uurlet-anld, nt thnv itiiuk the system of Quick- Salei and Short Profile ia the heat, huth for the customer ami the mer cliHiit. (vive them a call and exnniine Onoda and prices. Thev charge nothing lor show ing r.oo.la. bRAIHORICK 4 LOWKY. Athena, April 10, l857-tf-44t Valuable Land for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale hie valuable FARM, lying in the 2d District. Meiga county, on the Hiwassee River, trn milea ba low Calhoun. Tha traet. contain, about sou aure, 160 of which are under eultivation Ihe balance ie well timbered, and a portion of it adapted to cultivation. Tbere ara about 4H acres bottom land. There is an eacellejt water power. With fall enough for ttille or other machinery. U ie all well watered. There ia on the premises a comfortable Pwell. ing. liarn and outhouses. If not previously sold, I will offttr the above nt public eale, cm the premise, on Friday, the 18th diiv of .lulv next. 1 anus : ( lue-t bird rnah I he balaaee, witk interest, in one and two years. T. J. MATTHEWS. Mny 1. 18ft7-tJ-(4 Land Sale. In the County Court nf Meitj eotmttt, Tenn, Julia W nm uelf, Alni'r of juseb Wamack, decensed, Vf. John George ami wife. n. the other dietri bo tees of Josepli Wamiick, ileoM. I obedience to ttti order aud decree of th Con ut y Court of M.'itfs oottnty, TeiinaM, in thia i-nuse, Ht the Mv term, 1857, of aaid Court, 1 will sell to tke highest bidder, on the premise, on Saturday, the 27th dav of June next, on a credit of one and two ye are. except tne turn ol neveniy tive dollars, which will he required to be Hid on thedavof aale, the following described LANDS mentioned in the ileadini;s, of hich the stud Joseph Wamnck, died, seized and possessed of, te) wit: Situated in the fourth fraetional town hip, third range. West of the meridian line, in the lvuh section, and the .North-east end Norlh'Wt'ttt qunrters of aaid section, begin inn; on the North-east corner on the top of the MtiMinii Hidif, at a corner made between the snid Joseph Wamack and Thomas G. Bon tier, on a postoitk and hickory tiee; thenea west with a marked line to a stnke; thence South 144 poles to a stake; thence Kaat with the dividing litse of said section to the top of the iii-Mi ii u Uidffe to a stake marked out by thu said Joseph VVamack and John 0. George; thence North with the meanders of the Mo Minn Kide to the beginning corner oq taining U16 acres. Note with approved seen rity will he required for purchase money, and lieu retuiued the Land until all is paid. JAMKS A. llOWvSKU, Clerk, J'er N. J. LtlXARO, i. O, May A, 1857-tJ-prs fee $ih-4dl Ml I . I- W It I U 1 1 TR ! One or two Journeymen MUlwrighis, of steady habits, ean And employ ment by applying immediately t the underelrisd, at his mill In Athens. A. CI.aAUfc Uay 16-tM51 ( buuecry Court mt llkcvMle Tens UllUam a. Bw.ITord, re, Jnho T. 8wMfTr4,itaf. IT appearing frum the allrgatlons of tha eomplata aut's original bill that ths Ufviulni,Juho T.Bwafa ford, la a resident of the Mate of Missouri, It Is tlwro fure ordered that publication be made in the Athene post,ro,ufrlng ths said defendant la appear at the uest term of ths Chanrery Court, to be held at P.ka. vllle, Uledsoe county, Tenn., ou the third llonday of BepUtntbar ueat, then and there, on oath, to answer the complainant's amended bill, or the same will be tkkeu tor eoufeeseii aad sat for bearing exports as te Ma. May 13, laM-At-prt Isa t4o