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- EAST TENNESSEE IR01S". r jT J k Loddok, Do. 6, 1887 . k Mr. Jlditor :Th pnblia r generally ware at the time London (prang into xlet no, there wu Company formod, and put into operation a Rolling Mill for th menu - faalur of Iron, whieh ran for a ihort time demonstrating the hot of the utility end practicability of th enUrpri, by making an artiol of Iron inferior to non Introduaad Into th eountry, aad pronoonstd by smiths, who triad It on their anvil, as being tnptrior to any tstd by thorn, for toughnou, st. Th Compasjy suspended, owing to thoir having n Inoompotont agent and mechanio to ar rang their machinery and the bueineee: and alio an injudiciou arrangement of it fiioal affaire, negleoting to push forward th aale of Iran In order to meet supply and enable th basin to tnatain itaelf. ' , But th apirit of th time hare ohangtd. To Mill, now under th anepieei of Messr. Jon, Phillip' V Co of Portamooth, Ohio, ha been suoo.stfully put Into operation, af ter a thorough obange, aonneoting new tn. ehinary with th old, and adapting it to th capacity of turning off two and a half ton on th firat prooess, and finishing three to four tone of iron per day, that will eompare with the beat charcoal iron mad any where, for quality or finish, and of auoh variety of ah at will suit th mechanic or the farmer. It l due to th gentlemen of the firm to eay. they ar In every way competent to th bnsl- new, having been oonneoted with it for a Bomber of year and a praetical laboring maohanie, who, "Heronle like, put. their ehouldere to th wheel" and push th enter prist on, determined not to baulk, il the pub lic will regard their own interest and sustain them. They work at th present time about twenty bands, all competent to the business, and when operating move about with agility .in the fiery ordeal. Th process pictures to th observer a modern Tophet to see dark hnge shapeless broken pigs east into the fiery furnace, and in a few moments become heated and changed into burning lava, boiling and foaming. ' With huge poker th sons of To phot stir and torment th liquid mas until they drag it out in fiery ball, when it is bur Vied, hissing, and dropping a liquid trail, to huge jaw that oompress and shape it for th proceuof the rolls, whose revolving power force from it all the hot sparkling dross, leaving it still an impure but not shapeless mass. Il 1 again, cast into a heater and at th proper time ie brought forth, glow ing with a star-light heat, ductile as th pli ant wax or lead, and now in th hand of on of th kings of Tophet, that which was one a cold, black shapeless mass, as It pass' th roller changes lis form and nature, be coming symmetrical and refined, and to the finisher' touch, from th hug bar to th mall rod, passe off finished. "Now, would it not b common sense and economy for our aitiien to encourage home industry and buy iron at home, when we can get th artiol w need at short notice, a aheap, of any description, and of a good quality and finish a that brought into the country I Would not common sense dictate, that we foster and build up tba manufacturing of iron in East Tennessee, when Ood, in hi munificent wisdom, ha blest us with monn tain of rich minerals aad exhauslleae in their nature, and'not depend upon other States to upply us I Would not common sense and -.jharity aay, .keep your BMSMy at home and give employment to tba poor laboring men, when you have the material broadcast around yon that you want manufactured, and when you promote your own interest by the act! Did not wisdom and prudence (taking a na tional view of the principle) goido the action of Congress in '42, when they gave protection to the manufacturing iaterest of the United State I in four year calling forth th en ergy, oapital and enterprise of the country, to manufacture American iron, until th un , wis legislation of '48 repealed that act, with draw tbat protection, paralysed that energy and enterprise, and caused alumber and death to rest upon the industry of th nation, there by giving protection to th introduction of 'English iron into th country. Had wis council prevailed up to the present period (IS years,) our hills, mountain, plain and valley, would now ba jubilant with the Bound of th manufacturer and artitan, where ilene reign supreme amidst the sleepy wealth that fill th earth, and instead of ex porting million of dollars to pay England for iron to build our Railroad, we would Dow, to some extant at least, be able to oheck th sad calamity of bankruptcy reeling upon our country. Believing. Mr. Editor, that the same prinoi pie will, apply to a Stat, a county, or even a limited locality, by th eltiien protecting and nourishing such enterprises in a woid, protecting Bom Induitry, I remain, truly, jours, Alex. Utah. Th Washington correspondent of tba New York Courier and Enquirer, "In spector," says: Th War Department has no apprehensions or tn late oi our troops in man. in sup plies cut off bv th Mormons were not im portent, nor were th cattle lost in August essential to in support or tn expedition. . Th namber of all descriptions with the ar any, is 18,000. Th number of soldier ha been cxasirerated. and is but 1.100. Th De partment now sees it way clear to th relief of the expedition, ty in organization oi a volunteer fore in California. There ought to bono delav in calling! into action at leaat on regiment of volunteer for th purpose of Beeping tna ooaimumcaiiiuu vnu uiiwna alt Lake and California. - llilitary officer are of opinion that Brig dam Youug design escaping toSonora in the Spring glider a compact with Mexico to de fend that province against the fillibusters and Indiana, I think this an error, and tbat tiny propose emigrating to British or Russian .A.ww- . . "Taa Niexa ExranmoM. The last English expedition which ascended the Niger pen Jtrated 800 mile further into th interior than any for mar xpditioa, into a vast prairie - oountry hardly broken by tre. This party .joarricd a physician who bad learned suc cessfully to combat tba (earful A'rioan fever. Before th eteamer croared th bar at th river's month b commenced giving quinine -to avry man on board, in do of about six grain. These given every day, aad this was eoutgoued for etxtaan weeks, or all th time that th expedition wa in th river, and was ven kept up for a fortnight aftar it had crossed the bar again, and; was out in the open sea. Th result was that U did not lose a man. The scourge of Afria wa eotnpUt. ly disarmed. v i . . . , .. . , tW A aorrpondnt of th Bhelburn Falls, writes to tit QnenlUld Gaiette "No new lima r awful bar, Factories atop pad Bank don't diouot-nobody pay any thing paaaut ataada bankrupt children got th mumps bene stopped laying cows hav dried up and all nstur U in a data of uni versal 'uspusion.' " RaILWAT AcCIDItNTt AND A UMTORN Spud. At a mealing of the National Asso ciation for promoting aoeial acienee, held In London, Lord Brougham read lengthy pa per on Ih prevention of railway accident, in which h took tha ground that th apaed hould ba fixed by law, and ahould be mode rate, not exceeding twenty or twenty-five mile per hour. Ha asserted that very mall number of travalara were willing to risk life and greater danger in order to aava lima by a high apaed lu traveling, while the great majority would prefer a moderate apeed and greater aafaty. He alluded to the immu nity from accidenta on the railroada In conti nental Europe where the apeed la regulated by law, and auggealed the application of the anme law to Britlah railroad. Piabody & Co., Lor dor. The New York Courier and Kuqulrer ha received the fol lowing despatch, addressed to an Intimate friend of Messr. Penbody & Co., of Loo don: Financial Affair. ."We cannot gather more information than that contained in the despatch already transmitted, which embrace everything contained in the London Time. I he name of Peubody is not mentioned in tSe newspaper, but the eminent American firm referred to la that of Geo. Penbody & Co. Il I understood that the Bunk of Eng land haa promptly responded to their call, and afforded them assistance to the extent of one million lerling." The London Qlnbe, of Friday, aaya: "There la now a much Quieter feeling in city circle, and the absence of further com mercial rallure aem to have created in creased confidence. Moat persona are inclin ed to believe that the wont la over, and Ihnt although an occnsionnl disaster may occur, those mercantile firms whn found themselt. a emburrnawd will bo enabled, throuirh the ae- sistance of friends, to extiicnte themselves. 1 he fuel thnl a Inrge establishment connected with the United Stntea hna been assisted by me DanK, which has prevented a serious fail ure, appear to have produced much autisfne lion. Ar Editor Imprisoned for Libel. In Lowell, Moss., on Friday, Dr. J. M. Harmon, publisher of the Lowell Trumpet, wa sen tenced to three month Imprisonment in the Hons of Correction, for publishing a libel on Judge Crosby, of the Police Court, A Good ard Leqitihatk Hint. There are a good many newspaper readera in the country deserving of the aame rebuke which the Montgomery Mail thu administer to one of it delinquents: Ar Unsophisticated Reader or the Mail. Mr. Gosling Green writes to us Inouirino- the reason why hit paper wa not sent to him lint week. The reason ia aimply that we had no paper of his in 'bur possession. We had been sending him our paper. A he did not make it At by paying for it, we eriuwa nia name irom our subscription book. tST As winter approaches, accidenta to crinoline from fire become numerous. A young lady in Maryland, last week lost her life by her olothea taking fire. The wanting ahould be heeded. Fuhrt Suit A tenant of tha Carroll county (Indiana,) jail, at Delphi, Mr. Brown, haa commenced a auit aguinet tha comtuia ioneraof the county, for the lose of henlth he sustained while confined therein, owing to the miserable condition of th( jnll. Bridob Burrt. TIi bridge crossing Roanoke river, an the Virginia & Tennessee Ruilroad, wo destroyed by fire on Friday night, 4th Inst. The . accident caused bat little derangement in running of the train. Edwaid de Steignr was arrested in Cincinnati last week for robbing the mail of large sunn of money. He was a mail Agent, and Robt. Bhnllcroas, an associate Agent, la also implicated. Various thefts, are supposed to be traceable to tha young men, amount ing to over 810,000. HP" A young lady in Cincinnati, a few days ago, died from bleeding at the nose. While atanding the Blood rushed from both nostrils in a stream. Thr Uriversitt of thr South The central point of the aita aelected for the Uni versity of the South, lies about 63 milea west of Chattanoofo, and 13 eaat of Winchester. Ahxeicak Coolness. The London Time, after commenting upon th present state of trade in American and Egland, says: But in the midst of this awful stand still, th American mind continue cool and noth ing disturbs it elf-possesaion. The whole flair is taken as an inconvenience a very great inconvenienoe, like the loss of your oarpet hag, but not as a ruin, and hardly a an adversity. Suicide. Dr. 0. 0. Presoott, an itinerant lecturer, committed suicide in Indianapolis, on Monday, by taking morphene. From a diary found on hi person, tha following is taken: Arrived at Indianapolis Saturday morning at 10 o'clock; put up at tba Bates House; had my likeness taken and eut it to mv wife, to St. Louis; paid for it i Saturday evening wou u uvnr ur. mbniiga lecture on Hydro pathy; a most singular genius, by the way, but not much of a speaker; I could boat him with my eyes shut. Five grains of morphene and on teaspoon fill of laudanum is sufficient, in my opinion, to send any man's sonl to eternity ; but it is not more than sufficient to quell th pain which pieree my heart. Friends, everything, farewell There is peace in death, and though th bodyahall return onto dust from whence it wa taken, the soul shall sro to God who v it Tha only regret whish I feel in esth is for th dor, loving and affectionate win wnicn i leave oenina. My irieude can Jirovid for themselves, aod God will provide or bar. In heaven onlv is thr osaea and happiness. May God bias and render hap py tn uvea oi tnose wno lire, ana may He forgive me for all sins and errors which I mav hav eommittsd. .O. G. PRESCOTT. To Dear Wife, St. Louis, Mo. My last wish is that all mv thins mav b ent to my wife, end I hop she may bt treat ed with kindness, for she is worthy of it. a g. p. AtnVruRB Tbaoedy. Wa learn from Josenh Chandler of Uambellsville, that a terrible tragedy waa enaoted at Neataville, Adair county, on Friday last. It appeal tbat a Mr. Redmond, a a'.orckeeper at Naataville, had eireulated a report against a party of man, on oi woods waa a young man named Mr. Whorter, th son of a highly resDectabla citisea, that they were counterfeiter. Thsy beard or tai. aod laid a plan to decoy Red mond from his home and murder him. Mr. Wborter divulged this to Redmond. On Fri day th party wade an attaok on Redmond and hi friends In Neataville, among whom wa Radmond'a son and Mr. Whorter. Nearly fifty shots wer tired. Th ldr Redmond waa ahoS throuo-h th heart and Inatantlv killed. Mr. Whorter wa shot in th back of th head, and it I thought eannot recover. Th affair had created tremendous xeitemnt. By Thursday's Mail THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Washirotor, Dee. 8. Tha meeasgs of th President of the United State wa rend in both branch of Congress lo-dsy. Th President atatra that the financial his tory of tha country for the Isat forty yeara, ia one of extravagant txpsnsion ia) business, followed by ruinous contraction. Ha haa determined thst while no useful government work, already in progre, shall b suspend ed, new work, not already commenced, will be postponed, if it can be done without inju ry to the country. Those work necessnry for defence shall proceed as though ther had been no financial crisis. Ha recommends the passage of a uniform bankrupt law, applicable to all banking insti tution throughout the United Stales. The Knnea Constitutional Convention were not bound by any tatma In the Ksnsns Nabroaka act to submit any other portion of tha Constitution to nn election, except that which relates to the domestic institution of slavery. Tha election will be held nnder legitimate authority, and if any portion of the inhnbilnnta refuse to vote, a fuir opportunity to do ao having been presented, this will be their own voluntary act, and they alone will be responsible for the consequences. A to Utuh, the President says this ia the first rebellion which hn existed in our Ter ritories, and humanity itself requires that it should be put down in such a manner that it shall be the last. In order to do this, it is necessnry to raise four additional ri'gimcnts. The above are some of the leading points of the Message. In conclusion, he says ho has deliberately determined to approve no bill which he has not examined snd, there fore, recommends to both Houses lo allow him sufficient time previous lo their adjourn ment. - Washirotor, Dec. 8. In the Sennte to day, nfter the reading of the President's mes. sngp, Messrs. Donglns of III., Stuart of M ich igan, and other., dissented from the Presi dent' position regarding Ilia Lecompton Con vention. In th House, the message was read. The election of printers was postponed. Nrw York, Dec. 8. Cotton i declining In price, and the lew s.iles made were at one. fourth cent decline. Middling uplnnds 11 cents. Flour, wheat and corn declining. t-0 A horrible dream ia recorded by the editor of the Shasta Conrier, who recently went through a cabbage field, then home and to bed, and then dreamed that twelve lager beer casks stood on his breast, together with a 190 pound Dutch gnl, packing krout! iW A Hottentot once got np a painting of heaven. It was enclosed with a fence mr.de of aausnges, while the centra was occupied with a fountain thnt squirted pot-pie. Forkiro Over. We learn from the Char leston Courier, thai all the suspended Banks of that city have promptly met the demand of the Comptroller General of the State for the penalty imposed by law in case of sus pension that penalty being at the rate of five per cent, per on n urn on the amount of circulation, at the time of suspension, payable monthly until resumption of specie payments. The penalties thus imposed sum up, in the aggregate, the snug little sum of 810,978 20. CONCERT. The Tounf Ladles of Prof. Cooke's Uuslo Class will live Concert or Vocal ana Instrustsnul Muslo, od Friday night, December 1810. The publlo are Invited ta attend. Dm 11 Ceantr Trustee. tjsjr We are authorised and requested to announce fj. W. K1RK8KY as a candidate for County Trusts for MoMlan oounay, at the asalng atavctt election. White TiHilh, Perfumed Breath, and BKUTTirCLCoMr-Laxios enn be acquired by using the &Um of a Tkotuand iMr." What lady or gen tleman would remain under the curse of a disagreea ble breath, when by using the "Balm or a Tuodsamd FumeHS" as a dentirrice, would not only reuiler it sweet, but leave the teeth white as alabaster f Many persons do not know their breath is bad, and the sub Ject ia so delicate their friends will never mention it. Beware ef counterfeits. Be sure each bottle Is signed FETKIDGKACO.,W. '. For sale by all Druggists. Feb. 97-ly-eow-4M 1 1 Ir. m'l.aue'a Vermifuge Alwstjrs re sorted to when svery other remedy falls. Naw Voaa, September 18, 18M. This Is to certify that my child, three years old, was troubled with worms some six months. I had tried seversl kinds of medicine, but none of tbent done sny good; and it was not until 1 tried Dr. MXane's cele brated Vermifuge, prepared by Fleming Bros., thst she found any relief. 1 gave her the eoatents of one bot tle, which brought from her a very large quantity of worms, but they were so completely cut ts pieces it wss Impossible to oount them. My daughter is now doing well; Indeed, she Is completely restored to heslth. 1 therefore take pleasure in recommending It to parents. I would say, by all means keep a supply of this valua ble medicine constantly in your houses. 1 hsve known many children to die suddenly from the effects of worms. It slso not unfrequently hsppens that children are treated for croup, when the choking and coughing la caused altogether by the irritation of worms. There fore, I say sgsln, keep It always In the house; It coats bat little, and may be the means of saving life; and at any rate U will save physlcians's bills. Mai. Lisa, No. 883 F.tghth street. ts purchasers will be csreful to ask for Da.M'Liaa'a GsLsssiTSD VSBMiruoa.msnufsctured byFLBMiNO Bsos, of Pittsburgh, Pa. All other Vermifuges in compsri son sro worthless. l)r. M'Lane's genuine Vermifuge, slso, his oelebrated Liver Pills, csn now be hsd at sll re speetsble drug stores, ifant genuine without th nia naturt of (S2) FLEMING BROS. niedi In Clevelsnd, on Monday morning, Nov. 98d, Basar Otanusa llsssv.eged nlns yesrs, se en months snd twenty-eight days, youngest daughter or Ake and Sa rah B. Uenry- COMMERCIAL. Auguatm market. Acoosta, Dec. T. I hand you herewith statement of our Produce Mar ket. Wmii SI , SO U1,S for white and II 19 1,10 for red. F loos 6,M (g 7 for extra family, and 5,00 fo to for su perAno, in bsgs and barrels. Cosa 66 Too. Oats 40 So. btocs Pass TS 3 800. Psa Non $1 19 1,(S Very little old Baous In market sides are selling at IS ffl 18V; hams 18 17c; shoulders 18 a 18- Lasd coming In from new crop, selling st 14 ft 15c, pries de clining. PssTWsasSOQ 41o. Borraa SO g 5o. Eooa 90 3 so. Bsaswsx lAo. Usiao Arrusi, peeled, i lift s,6u. EzcUAkaa on New York V cent, press, for sight checks. . - Tours.very truly, i. A. ANSLEY, Oonmlnion and Product Mtrakant. Atlanta Market. Avlavta, Dee. T. Herewith find statement of our produce market the past week. Flocs selling very slowly to the trade at M,M 9 14,75 for supsrSns; extra and family 1,80 & 8. Whsat, 80 Q SOe for red and whits, sacked. Cohm In better de mand at 55 SOc bu., sacked. Oats 40 & 45. Fbavh sua, 45 8o. Poaa 5 to 5Jso. Vary respectfully, BKAOO, ABBOTT A CO., Oo smfstfon MtrokanU, Atlanta, aa. w oesdaBsBawjsx7srAa-l I THE subscriber wishes to purchase 80 or tft losds good Hiokory Wood, for which ho will psy Sjl per load, cash. Dec 11 BAM. P. 1V1N8. w heat. ALL who owe me ean pay In good merchantable Wheat, delivered la the Depot at Athens, at the highest markst prloe. Deo 11 8. K. HKRDBR. Two Negro Boys for Sale. BY virtus of a Deed of Trust ensouled by H. H. Stephen. Esq.. for th benefit of Thomas H. Callaway and others, I will, en Tuesday, th mil day of January, 1868, sell. lor asn, at tn uouri-noue ooor, in Madison wills. TWO NEGROES, slavea for life, th on named Ab and tha other named Joe. J. A. COFFIN, Dec 11, 1857-St-48l Notice. A IX peraoni eftvlmfo to b creditor! ef Jtoob h. Wamuid, fle'tl, ar nrjbjr notified ftorl required lo provo aotl flJe their olelme with the Clerk A Muter f tbe Ohenoer Court at Wuhinfton, khe county. TenuoMot, wiinm dvo monuie rrom the roth or iGVobr lbM. JOHN D. C..ATTIN, 0. M., By hli Deputy, F, J. Pi mi. Deo 11, 157-4l-pri fee 2,MMSl Auction-Auction I , (HortK wee. comtr qf Public wor,) HAVING determined to etooe out hie preterit t'ocb of OootJe. will offer all remaining on hand, on th 14th Irorrmber In I.. (Monday of Circuit Oourr,)at PUBLIC AUCTION, and eon tin. log from day to day nntll the entire itock la oold. The eeort ment le large and complete the Good ore new and of the lateet etylee and per eooetwt thing any thing of the kind will do well to attend, ae there will bo IBurcitlufl old to somebody. Ruitle up yno little ohango and at tend the A notion. ReeoUeet that erery dimo oared la a dime made. Turn For alt rami nnder $5, coin on det.TOry of good! on lutni of 96 and over eight non tha credit, with bond and approved aooarlty. Doc 4 Important Notice. Tilt inbocrlbort hereby notify all porootii Indebted to them that they iwwol oomo op and fxiy. Thle le no "newepaper don' to be poised by M'ldle word but they mean juet what they eay, and all who neg lect to heed the notice will hare ufwih wuiy tfit." or lomi other keen scented oflcer put on their troll. Doc 4 BEMOAN I10RNKBT. I WTLL give the highest market prloe for all good fur 0k Ins that may be offered between this and the let of March neat such as Otter, Mink, Fox, Coon, Opo som, Ao. Deed G. W. R088. Window Glass. ALL sliee, from 8 by 10 to 80 by 40, to mppty Mer chants and Builders direct from my own Factory In New Jersey, and put np 1n large and eubstar.tlal boxes for this market a folding a largo per cent, of breakage over the ordinary mode of packing. All sloes out to order, and Glass re-packed If ordered so. Or ders by moll promptly shipped as directed. One price only. Address J. S. VAN GTI.DKR, Deo 4-lm-480 KnoartlU, Tenn. Negroes to Hire. fWITst. hire, at my rocldtnoe. In Monroe connty, Tenn., on the 1st of January, 18W. to the highest bl.Mer.B1X NKttRO GJrU- good Cooks and Washers. ChoU, Nov M, '67 UJ-4Tp ; B. A. HENLEY. Iff OFFATVS IiIFB PXXXjS Phttnlt Bitters. THR best FAMILY MEDICINE now before the pah lie, for the cure of Bcrofula, Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the fiklrf, Fever and Ague, Dynpepala, Dropsy, and In fact most diseases soon yield to their cu rative properties. It has been computed that during the laet twenty Ore years upward of Four Millions of persons have been benefited by the uie of these medicines t a fact which speaks volumes In favor of their curative proper ties a single trial will place them beyond the reaoh of competition In the estimate of every patient. By their use the Blood 1s restored to a healthy itato and freed from all Impurities. The system Is not rsduoed during their operation, but Invigorated, and they require no restraint from bu.tnessor pleasure. The afflicted have in these medicines a remedy that will do for them all that medicine can possibly effect. Prepared by VY. B. MoflVt, M. D. Proprietor, No York. For sale In Athens by GEO. W, ROBS. Deo4-ly-490 .. . J. . TATLOB, M. D, , . . VS. W. it LRXAMDRa, M. D. DRS. TAYLOR & ALKXANUKU, (Office on door itorth-weH of ths State Sank,) WILL devote their attention exclusively and as siduously to the duties of their profession one of whom may at all times be found at their office or re spective residences, when not professionally absent. Dr. A. will give particular attention to the departments of Surgery and ObtUtrio. When one has oharge of a case and the presence of the other shall be required, he will attend without additional charge. Nov8?-479 J. M. BLAIR, J. G. PARSn ILL, SWEETWATER, TENN., ASSOCIATE Practitioners of Medicine, ILL give their entire attention to the practice of Medicine in all its branches. The attention of both will be given when necessary, without extra charge. OfBce above stairs at Brown Uowan's. Nov 27-0ra-47t SPF.riAIj TVOTI F..-Those Indebted, to me will do well to call and pay up beTore the lt of January, 1659. Nov 97, W VYM. BURN 9. Xiate .z-x-l-Vaml. SEHORN & HORNSBY'S "Miliarias" mm In the Fieldand n mistake I HUVIN6 just received and opend a fresh supply of OOUIW. to which tlisy invite the attention of their friends and eiistonier. They deem it unnecessary to give a del.aile.1 list of articles, and wif eontent themselves with enumeration a few of the leading ones, and assuring the public that the balance will be forthcoming wTielT catted fur. For the fact in the i-ass, Inst call over and examine for youraelvea. We hy Fme Oold English Lever, Talent Lever and Cylinder Watches; Fin Silver Kngliah Lever, Patent Lever end Cylinder Watch Hunting-ease and Open Faced. Gilt Watches ; Duplex Watches ; Fine Gold Pens, of all priors; Ladies Breast Pin, and Ear Bob and Rings, of th latest pattern; Cuff Pius; Bracelets, Ao. In feet, we have tha largest nd best assortment of Jewelry ever offered in tlii market. Caaifectlonarle. A good (ssortment of Candies, Nuts, Rai sons, Figs, Ae. Soma more of those fine Cheese; Hpiced Ovstera, and rackers. FINE ClfF.WIN TOBACCO. SEGARS, of all brands and qualities. Haalerr. Ve. Ladies Hose lambs' wool, worsted and cotton, of all eolors and qualities; Childrens' and Misses do.; Men's Half Hose lambs' wool, worsted and eotton. Gloves of all kind, for both Ladiend Gentlemen. Mwtical Initrumenlt. Accordeont, Flutinis, Trvmhler. Violins, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionet, Flageolets, Ao. Petfumtrtf. Perfumery for th Handker chief and Oile for the Hair. Comb and Brushes, all kind. Port Monnaies and Purs. Ount and Piitol: Colt' Repeater, from X to ( inih, 8 to 8 shooters; Revolvers, Self Cocking, and Single Ban el Pistols; bliot Gun. A Large Lot ofCl-jekt Thirty Hour, Seven and Thirty Day Clock. Spring snd Weight. Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Nxla, Nails, Match e. a large, lot of Toys and thousands ef other things to tedious to meuliou all of which will be (old low down. Nov 18 F. BOGART, M. I)., Sweetwater Tenn. WILL gtvehls undivided attention to the practice of Medicine, in Its various departments. Orrtca formerly occupied by Dr. Blair, where ho may at all times be found unless professionally absent. Nov BO-dm-478 Stoves! . Stores! Stoves! AT Athouai Pouudry, Alh.ns, Tenn. NOW making and on hand, rarlous slse. ot Btov s. Ths Orssonl, Inwa, Kansas and Indiana Conk; Maale Parlor,On.n Pranklin,Six Plat, or Boa, and Ten flats Stovas. Th. abo. Staves ar. the very latest and roost Improved stles. tor durability and simplicity or uonstruotion th.r. areaoa equal. Bold at 10 per cent, less thsn can be purchased elsewhere. Nov IS O. ZIMMKRMAN, Proprietor. -g K.g"g, BACKS 81, J.OU NOV.18J T-en band and for ssle by a. a. KiKUKK. SYRVP.Stasrt's 8tea BeBned Oolden Syrnp, for sale by Nov. 13 8. K. KCKDKB. W liat AS a,n.td. ff asfkBCHHRU prime Red Wheal wanUd BCHHRUprli Immsdlatsly. J. il. HCNDERSON. TIIVIOTHV FF.D.-A small lot Fresh Timo thy SMd od baud and for sale by KOV. 1. S. K. REEDKR. In Chaaeerr at Alaeaa. Ebeneser Divin. William B. Divine, and other, ..-'.'. Zeptha Smith and wife, aad other. IN thi cause it appearing that Zeptha Smith and wife Jane Smith, Margaret Divine aad John Divine, ar Don resident of the State of Tennessee, it I ordered that publication ba made in the Athens Pott for four succes sive w.eks, requiring acid non resident de fendant to appear at our next Court of Chan eery, to be held at the Court house In th town of Athens, oa the d Monday of Febru ary next, and plead, anawer or demur to com plainants said bill, ar th sam will b taken for eoofessed to them and set for hearing accordingly. WM. LOWKV, C. 4 M. Nov .7, UM-tt-prs fa 8-47 CISAK8. A let ef Ms. 1 Cigars-uns.t brand Ju.l recalled sad tor sals by f. K. HUDKR. - Swan & Co's Lotteries I HEW ANB BRILLAIfl SCniMI. " Capital Prize $60,000! Ths following Scheme will drew by S. Iws A Oo., Maaagera of the Part Gains. Aeademy Lottery, Insscb af their Lotteries far DMMiber, 1UT, at AU OU8TA, Georgia, u which ally tbsy kav rsm.esd their Priaslpal One. CLASS SB, To be drawn In the elty or Augusta, Oeorrla, la pablle, a Saturday, December tb, 18M. CLASS 9. ' - Tab. drawn lathe elty of Augusta, A., la pablle, a Salurdav, December Uth, 188T. CLASS SI, Tebsdrswn In thselty oruru.u,Oeenrta,la pablle, aa Saturday, December lath, 1867. . CLASS To be drawn In the elty of August. Owsrgta, la pebHe, on Saturday, December fata, 1887, the plan ef Single Numbersl 0.400 Fx-lxaeasl JvVarfp On PriM it twtry Jfin -Jtatete XbXa.aExa.lfioai.t Boliemal . To be draw saoh Saturday la Dcasabwrl I Prise ef fsn.onoi 1 do 8U.ISKI 1 Prise of.. 1 do .. .8110 .. I .. is. do lt.oon de e.noo loo de im do .... ..... 0,000 loo da lag do 8,1)00 100 da log Approximation Prlaea. 4 prlsss of aanflapprozlmallngto 80,000 are II, too 4 do sou approximating so u,ihio ars 1,0110 00 approximating to 10.000 ar 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 8,000 do loo approalmatlng lo ,l)00 sre yea approximating to 110 approximating to 78 approximating to 80 approximating to S0.r....i 8,1)00 are 8,onOare t.oon are 1,800 are .100,000 A,4UO Prlsss, amounting to (380,000 Whol TlcttUWO Milttta QunrUri PtA! OF TUB l.OTTEIIY. The numbers from I to 50,000, corresponding with those numbers on th Tickets, printed on separata slips of paper, are encircled In small tin tubes snd plsced In one wheel. The Rrsl 80S Prises, similarly printed and encircled, areplaoedln another wheel. The wheels srs then revolved, and a number Is drswn from ths wheel of numbers, snd at tha same time a Prise Is drawn freas the ether wheel .- The number and Prise drawn out ar. opened and exhibited to the nadt ence.and registered by tha Oommls.oners; th. Prlss beingplsced sgsinst ths numherdrswn. Thlsopsra tlon Isreneated until all the Prises aredrawn out. ArraoxiwiTios Psissa. Th. two preceding .nd the two suoceeding numbers to thoss drawing th. Ar.t S Prises will bs .milled to the 82 Approximation Prises. For example: If Ticket No. 11180 draws the $80,000 Prise, thn.e Tickets numbered 1 1148, 1 14, 1 l!M, 1 118 will each he entitled to S1O0. If Ticket No. 880 drsws the tan,iaiO Prise, those Tickets numbered 848, 848, BM, 859, will each be eatltlsd to 280, and ao on according to the above scheme. TheS.OOO Prlseaor t'lwlllbedetermlnedhythetast Bgureof thenumberwhlehdrswslhe80,000. Forex ample, If the number drawing th. 8)80,000 Prlss snds with No.l . then all the Tickets whsre the number ends with 1 will be entitled to $10 If the number snds with No. 9, then sll the Tickets where the number snds with 9 will be entitled to (90, and so on to 0. CtrttfUsata of Ptukngt, will bs sold at the following rates, which Is the risk: OertlScatsof PackageoflO WhoteTlcket ISO " " 10 Half ' 40 " ' 10 Quarter 90 " 10 Eighth 10 In Ordering; Ticket ar Certificate. Icloss ths mone; to our address for the Tickets or dered, on receipt of wliloh they wilt bs forwsrded by Brst mall. Purchasers can hav. Tiek.ts sudlng In any Bgure tliey may designate. The II. tor Drawn Numbers and Prises wlllbe sent to purchssers Immedlstely sttsr ths drawing. Purchasers will please write their signnturss plain, and give their Post Offloe, County and State. Remember that every prlas la drawn, and pay able In rull without deduction. All Prise, or 81,000 and nnder, paid Immediate ly artertlietrawliig otberPrlsesat ths usual time of thirty days. All communications. trlctlyconfldentlnl. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to June 6-11-454 S. SWAN A 00., Augu.ta, Oa. tW Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., Ar At lanta, Oa., can hare their order, filled, and ave time, by addressing 8. Swan Co., at either ot those cities. 0T A Ist of the numbers thst are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of ths prlss that each Is enti tled lo, will he published after svery drawing, In ths follewlngpaper. I New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Cherleston Standard, Nashville Gsset'e, Atlanta In telligencer, New Vork Weekly Day Book, Savannah Morning News, Richmond Dl.patch.New York Dl.patch and Paulding pit...) Clarion. Notice. TTfE will offer for aale, to th highest bid V v der. at the lata residence of John T. Wright, deceased, on the ISth and 16th of Deoember next, th following proprty: -80 head of Work Horses and Mules, except such as may be retained to finish gathering the crop ; 400 Cat Hogs; 40 or SO Stock Hogs; 20 head of Milch Cows and Stock Cattle; all the funning Tools; some 1500 bushels Wheat; a lot of Hay, in weeks; and all other perish able property; escept the Corn. Thu above property will be sold on a cred it of six months, with interest from date, ex cept the Fat Hogs, which will be sold on a credit of four months, with interest from date, th purchaser giving bond with approved ae curity. OKOKOE D. WRIGHT, THCM. i. MASON, Aimr't of John T. Wright, tke'd. Roane co Nov ft, 1 867-8 t-47l Olotliliia; t ITf AVR Just received a beautltul lot of Ready-alade Clothing, which 1 will sell cheap for cash. Oct GEO. W. 11083. FIRST DbADERICK & LOWRV, n ATE just rscolred and opened their large and well elected stock of Fall and Winte Goods. consisting of a TAriety of articles, embracing a general assortment of Dr Goods, Grocer t?i, Bettdj-made Clothing, Hate and Caps, Boots and flhoee, Lad lea Fancy Dreaa looAi of every description to an examination of all which they Invite the community. 8ept 8ft Bt.y OF A THOIIRAND FI.OWFRS Just received by Sept 4 WM. BURNS. IN8UI1ANCE CAPITAL ENLARGED, iTk. ju.t. . iwti'ar: y iii T Inoorporatbd 1819. Charter Perpetual. Cash lapilal.fut'fLVl. $1,000,000, AU80LUTI AND UNIMPAIRED I Surpliu, $482,1611 XX. With the prestige of as years' success aud sxpsrlsnce. Director: V. g. Bstea.sa., asu'Lvunoa, . jobbfr onoaca, anav. sesLL, r u. a. tottl, , a. rxowaa, . a. avLSsLsr, a. msthss, a. o. airLav, s, tsiiD, a. s. rastv, a. ouausM, a. r. luvia, a. niu.rae, v. a. suuuBDsa, w. bxmbv. o. a. aasiaaaD. Tsar. . ALIXANDKR, Vies Prst. THOS. K. BRACK. Js., Hec'v. J. B. neNNETT.aenl Agent. Insures against tha SAia'CwEixis or snxxi-xii ASO PERILS OF INLAND NAVIGATION. At as liberal rules and rates aa risks assumed permit or lor solvency auu I ur prom. Kspeclal attention paid to INSURANCE OP DWRI.L INUd, PA KM PROPKHTV, OUT-BUILDlNOg AND OONTRNTd. 4uch Insured for periods at three to rs yeara on Uie most tavorabla tsrms. Losaii .(suitably adjuitid PHonpixr paid." , LOSSES PAID, $10,487,812 84. If wealth, with a eteadrand prompt attention to a legitlmiite (nsuranoe butlnese, and the eaeuutinn of eontraett in gooa lmim, nave inaaoemenie wun tna pun lie in selecting their underwrlwr we refer them for test of quHty and oar elalrae to their patronage, to reoords of pait services, tendering their oonUnuaueo with increnslni ability and facilities In future. Choice Fret Class Indemnity may ba effected without delay, with thle well known and able corporation, tnrougn nam. w. mubb. 0ih, Aincni. Tenn. Oct U-Sm-d74 Forest Hill Academy, D.L TORS, IMnalpal nriRt WhiUr Seilon of this Instltntloo will awea oa A Monday, lth September. Trm of Seesioo 90 weeks. Xtiltlwal ... First Clas a... t.0l Second " a , 9.01) Third 19.MO Peyable one-hslf in advanoe. No pupil permitted to eater the School without a Ticket signed by Secretary. No deduction mde for lost time, uuless In oaae ef pro tracted sickness. A contingent lee or i per will be charted. vy arner oi tne swarti. Sept U-U-W8 TUOS. A. OI.IUGB.Sec'y. RPPKR,SpletOfnger and Soda, Just opened aad ror eaie vj ian p - re-noun noHnpnT. tit &i&rimmwy I rilf.ft I J I ls I CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, ATHEM KlVOXTlLLKeTEKIlw. WK take the liberty of ealHng the attention ef ttve pubtie to our stock af all deecrlpUene ef Wagone tnade at the) present lay-tslsUof , la jNaXt, ef tha fat to Wing COACH, or CLOSE CARRIAGES, Of Mm latest atyte seed ewbstantlal, trlraased with the Inest and asost darable Irlmralngs with baasuMr eat, and estra ftn full tilvsr alate;. door wll aaah aad Mluda, out ad Inside Jaoksl. T ..BERLIN ROCKAWAYS. These SoekawaeV are gel p to theOose Carriage order, with Soe hammer seat for driver, fell plate; body eat an three springs) trimmed richly. This style varies la prlaa according to Inlsh. SKELETON-DOOR ROCK AWAY Made very substantial, with pole and shefiet freeit seat to tara ap j wood ar leather dash plated Sae aad neat. SIX SEATED ROCKAWAY. Soma of this style, got ap with permanent oatetde saat. In form af a Close Oarrioge, and others with elevated shirting Irani seat) body aet an throe springs Ml TaraaYwr Semt Betcksiwsiw. Made tight fer ana haras ( front seat ta tars aver agaiast the dash trimmed oa both sUea. LIGHT SIX SEAT ROCKAWAY. These are got ap Sna and very sabetantiat, with boob an sat for driver la front aad drop eurteine. Oaa ba easily shifted lata a fear seat Rocks vey. FOUR SEAT ROCKAWAY. Of this erder there are a variety af patterns, .some flntshed very Ine.some plain. Price aeoordlng la style and Bnlsha Extenalnn ll-Ae-ars.trel BMffjry, With pots and shafts--twa scuts ean be shifted Into ana trimmed fine. Prloe aeoordlng u style and Bnlsh. HALF TOP SUfE-SEATED BUOOY. Made light trimmed ins, with pole and shafts. op B-usire-flu We hsve a variety of Top Buggysboot and panel bodies ; wood and leather dashes ; leather top; patent and plsln axels; covered and plain bodies. Price va rying according to style and flntsh. Good Silver Plated Harness toorrespond. HICKORY. NO TOP BUGGYS. Our fin ent style Ire made of Hickory entirely, and Varnished without pnlntlng. JUCKOKY SIDE SPUING BUGGYS, Made of Hickory very light and Una. CONCORD BUGGYS. We have a large lot of these Ruggys on ths wsy and In the works. We sell more of them than of sny other kind, from the fact thnt they run lighter than any other RngKT made in America. Livery men prefer them to any other. We have them got up light and .nhstantial, with plated dash, for one or two horses, with polo and shafts, with bark or no back, top or no top. NO TOP BUGGYS, Of all styles, fashions and finish. Price according to style and Bnlsh. NO TOP SLIDE-SEATED BUGGYS, Made to slide back snd tarn np on other sest, HACK WAGONS, WITO TOP, With three seats and three springs, for carrying pas sengers ; with brake, and rack for bnggage, ste is on both sides, middle seat te turn each way, and railroad baca. These Hacks ars made' Jam up," and used for all purposes. Lift lit Hacks, or Famllf Wasronsv, . On three springs two seats, pole and shafts. T -5rse3y -A asohsi. Made light for one horse shifting ton; two seats; trimmed with leather; plated dash, suug job, for small family. PLANTATION .WAGONS. Iron axle Wagons for two, four and six horses made at the North, of the best timber. Run light and stand lougcr than any other Wagoa. NO TOP PLANTATION WAGONS, With body, and three springs and two seats. We have a few or these Wagons op the way; body eight and a half or nine feet lung; a Brst rata Wagun for ever purpose. Our stock was made to order, North, and having many advantages in getting up work, with some experience In the bueineee, we flatter ourselves that we can furnlnh our patrons wlih good, substantial work, that wa will warrant, and at as low price as ean be bought any where, North or South. We Invito those wanting any thing In our line ta call and examine our stock. Those who can not ennvenietly call ean write us, describing the article they want, and we will give close attention to their order. We furnish Harness and Whin with all jobs we sell. Special orders filled at dO or 90 days. oct lo-iy-tra hiuuuils rtiiLbirB. a. 4t PUBLIC atVOARB, ASHVIL.I.B, IMPOBTIB AMD DIALBU IK YOUIQaT AID BOKESTIO DBT GOODS. Land Surveying! Title ExaminedDeeds Iade PLAXS AVD KSrlMA TICS FOR THK MOST A P. PRO VSD AfODIM Of AH KM US Of BUILDINGS; RACK8, DAMS AND MILLS LAID OUT I macttinerr Pat 17) aad Warkad I - Orders for the above promptly attended, and If bv nail illreot Athens, Tenn." 0. A. I'ROCtOR. Oct lt-lMTS TIMOTHY HERD. A few bu.h.ls prime elean Timothy Bead (or sale by Bept 18 J. !. HENDERSON. TI'RNINCI PLOWS. Just received, a smsll lot of those eelebraled Nashville Turtiti.f Pluws, which sre for sale, cKtap. J. U. 1IKNUKIUUN. July II PLOWS. A lot of gtsrbuck Bros.' Celebrated Plows Just reeeived aad for sals by July IT 8. K. ItEEDRR. T fsHA-CCIO. Fine and cheap Tobaeeo.a rood lot, lorsaisoy lyywj bkiiukh a no itsix. SHEET I HON. A lare lot of American and Russian Sheet Iron Just rsoetvad and for sale hy nay lis GKO. W. HOSH. STAR CANDLE, A lot of Star Candles, for ssle at Uo eents per lb., st July IT . BKHORS A nORNSnrS. 1) H.W. J.TIVCKERItChalrraXvrnp. Cass al CJttpplnar luetrument.. Juusli WM.UUHN8. ritBCH supply of DRUGS (enerally. l June IS WM. BURNS. II A IIP OF COLriTIBIA. Mors of these oelebrated aiasuis ilooks lor sale tiv May m . . . O. . UIB50 A CO. BOOKS AND ITATIOKEUV.-Just re ceived, a large assortment of School Books, Peper. Harrison's Ink and Wuid, Pens, Pencils, Ae., snd for sale by AprU 10 QUO. W. ROSS. WANTED A Journeyman Saddler.of sUady and Industrious habits, to whom constant am plovinent and liberal wages will ba given. Apply Im wedlatidj. (Athens April IT K. A. ATLKt GROCERIES. Just received a good stock af prime Sugar and CosTea. Also, aiargs lot of the very best Star and Adamantine GandUs, which I will sell ohaap for easb. April 84 O. W. BOSS, GOLD PENS. Choice Oold Pens; Ladles Pine Oold Pens; Oold and Silver Oases of tha most ap proved patterns; from the celebrated Pen manufac turers, Dawson, Warren A Hyde, just received and for aale low, by LPebiT 6KU0RN A IIORNSBT. WAGON FOR S1LE.-A good Twa Horaa Wagon and Harases for sale low by Dae It K. RI1PIR. CIGAHS3 ! Tws)cce.-A fine assortment of 0 If ars. aud alotaf the best quality Chewing XWtwo, by Hov 14 SSIIOAK A HORN SKY. LOTHINO. A larf stook ar Ka4yklada Ololkia. last roslvd aad far sale ky el A.OlkaOi CO. B UVTS AMD Hae.-t sple-dld asaorw- msnt or Boots and aueva, raoelved an ror aal eetM A. OUUMt 00. by N DMMU 4,s,,, aud lu, on ksnd and for .ale. uot.a,' - acBWKR a uiti.aariB. . PA PEr HANGINGS.- larf l.t.sallabl. lor Hall, rarler, ., for sal.. Oet 10, ' MoltTClf mOWI. ' mm p iff 14 New Goods-Late ArrirtU I S. K. BF.KDEB, (oaa door Sarth af ta .Id "Athene HoUl,") ha rawslveeS and epad a )ar aad wll..leet.d MrUa FALL A WlltfTtM OeMBHJt anbraeing a vatiatv adapUd lo tba ssssaa and U Ilia waata of th ooantrv; U waiea k invil Ih atuatloa 1 a hi friead aad th pabli. WithMt deslKaia to boa, h thiak h afly say thai his tok la oal, II aot oprior, to aay broovht lawthi market. H also baa a aoad btjddTv af QROCKHIE9. Hard war, Qanwr, Cutltry, Aik, ta. All tl whlrh I disposed tn I . Urm a rtaaonabls aad aaeommodatinf a la law f lf preaervatioa will admit oL hot. II, 1897 If, . 477 NEW FALL noons t o. a, g-x: oo. TixTOW oW lo thete sastoaMre ud Ik MI AW mm aewwaiiy Mwao SSOCB ei Staple ssd Fasey Dry Gaels, ar) ef whlek kave bee es re rally selected, sad r ee peel ally sdapud t the waata ml litis Market. TVeir stoek ef ladles Drees Owadoewrpaos aay tklaa f tbs kind tkey have ever ofered r sal.. They have also aa deaant assortment of Clolks, Caaslmers and Vsstln.. U.li.Cspe. not. an Shoes. A very fall aaaartsaeal of every descriptlea of RaadylVlad leathla. ah, a larte lot of Bard wars, Qoseoswsre, Cillery, Family Oroeerlee, Bplees, Ae. Oar terms ars favorablo, and whea yew start oift , porehase yesar rail 8o.de please five as rsll, and w are confident aa oxanjlnallon will verify what we kav. UCl SB CO VIE al Laos. A lot of Pine Chewing Tok eo and Clfars.Just rscslvsd sod for ssls ky e a. VT. OS. IIAHP'M RIFLE. On of Sharp 's RIAee or sale at KKEDKHH House and Lot for Sale. OX tha 18th day af December next I will offer for SStc. In the town of Pliltadeltihta. Harm. - Tenneesee, HOUSK AND LOT, the property of Mary M. HI neks ton, der'd, as directed hy her will, it) per cent, will he required to he psld down tha Ha I afire e a credit of sli snd twelve months. Note awd eMf amrm rUy will be required, and a Ilea retained on the llousa and Lot ttntil tbe purchase money is paid. a nuii v sAtunK. uectttor. - OctS0,1rV.Mt-4TA Notice. AM. persons Indebted to the lata Arm of P. 11. K KITH A CO., are hereby notified thai farther Indulgence can not be extended to them. The leeal inrantt.v of P. H. Keith, dee'd, ha re directed that the btislneea or said nrm tve sioset up without farther delsy. Wa have oo discretion about It. Mow please pay what yoa are owing eaid firm, and save yourselves costs, and ua the unplea-ant duty of placing your notes In tbe hands of a collecting officer. A. H . It KITH. O0t80t18&T-tf-l.S A. 6ARTAIN. f Maryland State Lotteries fer '57. UJKJ11JN & CO., Lictmtvd Agent, Ars authorised by the Managers to All sll orders far racaages, Tieaets or Shares, in tba .W-f rf-f.VW LOTTKMES These Lotteries are drawn In nubile In um aiLvaaf Baltimore, under the superintendence of the Ktstte l,eitry Cammlssieaer Who guarantees the fairness of the Drawings, and tha official drawn numbers are published In the journals of the city or Bail ti more, with bis oerlifleate bearing bis signature. All Vfros art Gitartwt"d bv th tttaU. ONC TRIAL MAY MAKE YOU RICH POR Lift. cptenuia ncnemes urawing iiauy. Send your Orders to CO It II I N A ( ()., Tlie Old Rstabllshed Authorised Agents who havs sold SIOKK PHl.Kb titan any other otDua in the State af aiaryiana. Fatapsco InstKute Loltery. This favorite Lottery Is drawn dally. The Capital Prlaes are Is.UOU, T.UU0. S.OUO. bUM. Ac. alnale Tlek. el., Ons Dollar. Vtrtfleaut of J aciagrt 80 Whole Tlcketa 1,00 ' S Half Tleketa . ft (uarter Ticket. ,go Nothing Venter Kotklni Gain. Ticket, bcaaht by the Paekaf are always the Bias profitable to the purchasers. For ws sand package Wholes, H alves and Quarters. For tlSwesmd package HalVMand f Whole Tlkete. for a w sand package Quarters and 1 Whole Ticket. Look at ths following SpUnrtiil Sehtmruy On of which an drawn at It o'clock oack day of th. week. v CI.AB 4. . . BVUKMIt. 1 Prise of.. 1 Prise of.. 7.iJ0l. r,ooo M . ,vu . 1,400 . 4U0 . 4.14 . M0 . 684 . 8,18 .tf,T4 1,841 a 8 Prisesof.... l,U0Oer... . 4PrUesof.; doosre. 4 Prises of... lOOara... M7 Prises of tuare... lMPrlsesof. , 10 are... IWI Prises of 4 ars... 4,im Prises or (are .. ftM4Prlaea of 1 are.. . 80,816 Prlaea, amounting to Tlcketo,!, Fokomoke Lottery. - CAPITAL PRIZE S24.000. CLASH Viva. M Whole TlckeU ' 86 Half Tleketa M quarter Tleketa ...IN .... 40 .... HO ,. . IV ..sss.aea .. IBaa .. lb,o .. 18.6SI .. 6,01 .. .0 .. 4,00 .. M.ina .. t.iao .. tJMO .. l.un .. 1,6 .. M.06 ..117,18 jMSeMT a Klghlh Tickets. . SCH SMB. ....fM.OOO I ... i.OOOare .... 8,000 ar .... (Mara 4)10 sr. anoara 00 are .... ion are Mar lare Snare 80 are War 1 Prlss of... Prise. of.. Prises of tO Prises of n Prises or 0 Prises of 0 Prises of H7 Prises of . 68 Prises of 88 Prises of s Prises of 8 Prises of 8.0O6 Prises of t8,4.)6 Prises of 17,914 Prises, mskln.. . . . o ar Tickets ta Shares la Proportion. LOOK! THIS 18 WORTH A TRIAL. Seo.oooi Maryland Consolidated Lottery, Pnr ths benefit of th StTSQt''tf4AA'4 CANAL. CLAPS FIVB. eriiKXB. 1 Prise of DO.nrsl Dollar. U......... 8.10.000 1 Prise of lo.tsio Dollsrs Is... 10,000 1 Prise of o.noo Dollars 1 6.000 1 Prls. of 8,0ip7 Dollsrs I a.anT l?V-l"0 Prises of l.oiio Dollsrs sre 1H0.00O SS Prises of BOO Dollsr. sre H.6UO to Prises of 8iiO Dollsrs sre 7sJ 66 Prises of too Dollars sS) 18.S00 W Prises of 100 Dollars ars 6,600 18t Prises of bO Dollsrs are 10.600 18t Prises of 60 Dollsrs are T.9SO li Prises of 40 Dollars sra 6.SS0 8.SM Prises of to nollsrs sre Ti.8.0 86.740 Prises of 10 Dollars are ,. gal ,400 80,816 Prlaea, amounting to. .. 8647 ,T4T Ctrtytcatu of parlcagit: ' to Whole TlckeU 8181.0 2 Half TlckeU 6s,wi SO Quarter Tickets BJl.'oO 86 klghth TlckeU 18,00 Tickets 10 8hares In Proportion. We Invariably an.wer leturs by return ntsil, enclos ing ths tickets In a good safe envelojie, and alwaya ob serve the strictest ennfldenee. After tha drawing la over, we send ths offlolsl drswlng, with a wrltter ea- Clanatlon of the result or the Ventura. All Prinee ouglit at this offics sr. payable Immediately after the drawing In Current Money, and we take Hank Nates of any 8tate, or Dank Drafu in payment for Tleketa at par. For odd amounts In asking change wa rec.lv postage stsmps, they being more convenient then silver. Correspondents may plsce th. utmost confidence In tho regularity snd safety or the mails, aa very few ar no miscarriages of money happen when properly directed to ua. Be careful thst you mentloa your Poet One., County .nd atata. Oire ae at leaat ana etaple trial, yoa eannot loso much, If not gsia, Ons slngl. trial msy msks you Independent for life. TRT U8. Tkcr should b. no suoh word bs fail. Address COHRIN CO., Bob 110 Post Oftlrs, Baltimore, Nd. Orders for tlckeU la sny of ths Msrylsnd Lotteries promptly attended to. Circulars eonuinlng a Hal of all the Lotteries for tha month, forwarded on applies- won. aisy a Committed to Jail, IN Washington, Rhea eo., Ten nessee, on the 2d day ot ovmbr, 1867, two KKQRO MES. On sav hi nam ia Dsn,- and that ba b lone to Nathaniel Ewing. of La aonntv, Virginia. Said boy ia about DO year of as, flv feet aiivht ar nine Inohee liisth, and weigh about ISO lba; dark olor. Th other bay aay hi nam ia John, and that ba belong ta Jam Bholtoa, of Smyth eoonty, Virginia. Bald boy t about 11 year old, about v ft ta laebe high, aad troigh. akoal Iff or 180 lb,, aad dark aolor. Th wr of said slsv ar roqaeaw ad to soffit forward, pro aropaviy, pay akargo aad taka th away, or tay will bo dalt witb aa tha law dinata, ELIJAH U E0n, Vr. Nov.lt, 1857 if 471 nAHOWAMKaaa CavaoaSoro' Taalo kanck Plans., taws, UhiaeU, Auger., korlag Ma chine, Bellows, Chain Puasps and flstares. Oat Hlngaa, Halls aad Brads, and pearly every Ikksg ets that wos kasaa wasa,iat rswarisd aad Pr al ky