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THE PROGRESS OP THE WAR.
Forney has got hit back up. On Friday, bit paper, f Press, pssrz & broadside of a eo!uma aod a half lulu tha Administration organ at Washington, denouncing ilt "inso lent and dictatorial articles, ita ceosurea of tha aupportera of Walker, aod ita attempt tha italica art Foroey'a own to commit the Democratic party to the Silliman letter doc trine of introducing ilaoery into all the Jree States, aod of holding it titers iD"'defianc of Stata lawa." Forney pronounce the Union'a argument in aupportof the Kanaaa Conatitu (iooal Cooveutio'i "a oiiseraula apology for a great moral fraud," and concludea its declare, lion of independence with tiie following, which aoiinds something like a declaration of war: Our able eolemporariea have not forgot ten that after Governor Walker had exposed tha eriuiinal frauds in Oxford and AJ'Ghee; when the fire-enters and extremists were hunting him down like a felon; when all hon est men were applauding him for his courage and his integrity, the Washington Union had not a word to say in his support. It vaa aa ailent as drain, and dared not ao much as raise a whisper for the gullantalatesinan, ab aeul from his family and his friends, fighting against aa graceless a set of tricksters aa ever lived. The Union waited, like a cautious politician, till the hour came when it could take fengeance on those who stood by Gov ernor Walker in that crisis. Aud we, thank God! we were among the first to do ao, aud ao receive the first stub ! "But mors than this. While Governor Walker was still abseut, and nothing was yet known of his action on the Ciilhouti contri vance, the Union iu an editorial testacy that would not havebven an inappropriate picture f the aignera of the Declaration of Indepen dence, eulogised the minority Convention at Lecompton, applauded their doings aa wise, and eugnciuus, and slutesuianlike, and then proceeded to present the Culhuun Constitu tion to the Democracy of the free Slates to swallow, failing in which, they were to be handed over to the Abolitionists. A few dnya after thia a most delicate piece of editorial agility, Governor Walker tnnde hia appear ance,and look exactly opposite ground to the Union the ground, indeed, occupied by the entire body of the Deniocrncy of the North. Indignant at this, its most reliuble dilemma, and desperate at the scornful independence of those Democrats who will not be dragooned by any man into aubuiission to confessed wrong, much less by ao awkward a drill ser geant aa the Unioc, it hits lost its patience, and attempts to intimidate with an iufuntile vigor truly distnnl to behold. "We have only to say, finally to the Wash ington Union, that we despise and reject ita censorship. When it speaks of Abolition sympathies, it ahould look closely to its own household. We defend a great principle. We oppose no slave States, fairly made. We resist wrong and fraud, whether exercised for br against the South. We stand by the au ther of the Nebraska bill. la he ao Aboli tionist! We stand by the Governor of Kan sat. Is he a disorganized We follow the f ublic opinion that elected James Buchanan, t wis not false in 1856 it is not false now. Supported by such authorities, we can afford to look down with ineffable contempt upon a newspaper which, likeTnm Thumb before an audience of full-grown men, imagines itself a king, when it ia only the puppet of a set of grasping speculators." Abrogation or a Venerated Legal " j'binciplb! That old principle of English law which soya that 'no man ahull be put twice In jeopardy for the bums ofTence" a principle that dates beyond the days of Al fred haa been abandoned. The Law Times, a periodical published in London, in noticing the verdict'of a recent criminal trial says: "The courta have gradually restricted the meaning of thia once cherished maxim, until in the cuae now under consideration, it haa been reduced to a nullity. We are not pre pared to any whether such a result is desira ble, or if it is not for the public advantage that persons accused of crime should be sub jected lo continual trials until a conviction ia obtained. . Our present purpose is merely to record the fuel of the annihilation of another of the fuuioue old maxima of our jurispru dence, in the hope that the spirit and letter ' of the law may be brought into agreement, and that one impartial rule may be applied to all oaeodera." Newspapers. Judge Longstraet, whose views on al! subjects are practical, and worth treasuring op, thus sets forth the value of a newspaper : "Small is the sum that Is required to pat ronize the' newspaper, sod moat amply re munerated ia the patron. . 1 care not how humble and unpretending the gazette which he takes, it la next to impossible to nil fifty-two times a year without putting into it something that is worth the subscription price. Lvery parent whose son is on from home at school should supply him with a pa per. 1 still remember what difference there waa between those of my schoolmates who had, and those who had not access to news papers. Other things being equal, the first were decidedly superior to the last in debute and composition at least. Tha reason is plain, they have command ol more fuels! Youth will peruse newspaper with delight when they will read nothing else." Three Years after a Pail op Water. The Auburn (New York) Advertiser tells the following : A well to do firmer In Springport, three years ago, had a little altercation with his wife, and while convening with her took up a pail lo go alter aome water. Ilia long ah sence awakened the feaia of the wift, who suspected at once that he hud made an end to hia life by throwing himself into the well. The well was accordingly searched, but the husband was not found. The friendly neigh bors Industriously sought for but found no traces ol hi in. Last week, while his family were al tea, the missing husband walked into the room with the pail of water in his hand, put it into ita uauul place and aal down to the table as if nothing had hnppsned. He hsd been cone just three years after his (mil "of water, had visited California and Australia, and had "turned up" again with a handsome littls fortune in his pocket Hf A startling instance of sudden death occurred at Bath, England, recently. Mr. IL P. Lemon, wine merchant of that city, who was ono of the deacons at Argyla Chapel, was at tha weekly prayer meeting of the coo. gregatiun, and engaged in prayer. A hymn was given out when it was observed thnl Mr. Lemon still remained leaning upon the table In the communion pew, at which he had knelt whilst praying. As he did not rise, Bnuisoi those near him touched him, but as this had not-fleet an effort was made to rouse him, when it was found he was dead. A Hint to Mkr or the Would. A Wes tern paper gravely argues that the custom or presenting , very captain of a vessel or clown in a circus with a "a.lver pitcher," (paid for by himself,) aaa-Uoalimony of the esteem of his fellow citizens," fully ao counts for the continued withdrawal' from circulation of so much or the nrecioua metal, riiis upsels all the usual conjectures about the absorption of silver by the Chinese and East Indies, and tha secreting ufgold in country stookings around ancient cupboards pd firelcss chimney-corneis. IMPORTANT OMISSION. In printing the Message of President Buch anan last week, by some unaccountable ovei aight, we omitted the following highly impor tant clause of that deeply interesting docu ment Those who file and preserve valuable Sute papers, will, of course, be cousidrrate enough to attach the aubjoined to that part of the Message already published: "The patronage of the general government is a topic, which it makes an incoming Presi dent like myself feel very awkward, wheo he finds he haa gut to approach it If 1 bad come in as the successor of an opposing po litical creed, the decapitation of oluce hol ders would have been a duty, nay, almoal a pleasure. Bui I am now compelled to chooae between int aod outs, both of whom are my friends. Not lo be profane in my position, I may liken it to that of a veteran bachelor, bent on matrimony, w ho is between two fires durted on him from the bright eyes of oppoMiiir candidates for the post of mistress of bis affections. He is ready to rxuluiuu Oh! I could b happy with either. If 'tot her dear charmer were foot. "He would willingly marry both, if the law would allow of iu But necessity com pels him to the choice of one of Iheni. And which shall it be! That is the puzzling question. The in will urge on the diapt-n-ser of pap, how laborious and faithful he haa been; or, if he has been drunk hall his time and absent from office the other half, he will call up the merits, which hi will insist, shall be counted aa imputed virtue in his behalf, of some father, grandfather, uncle, aunt, or eouain, who haa done, or is supposed lo have done, the State some service. Or he will let the appointing power understand that he is a capital electioneerer and is always good for a regiment of voters, whenever the party slogan is aounded; be will insist that he has spent hia salary and impaired - hia private funds for the benefit of the party; and ought lo be retained until he can do aoinething to ward making himself whole airain. The out, on hia side, combats all these reasons. Ho contends that rotation in office ia a cardinal principle of action in this goveniinetit. He points to his pecuniary wounds, received in the service; to his toil" and his sacrifices, and to the triumphs w hich, through his exertions, the parly has achieved. He urges, that, aa he haa expended all his means for the good of (he cause, he will suffer, until he can get where he can reimburse himself. Doth par ties urge their claims vehemently. Their friends, relatione and retainers rush respect ively U the rescue. They surround, the throng, they environ me. They puzzle, they perplex, and pester me. I expose these pri- Lvute griefs to Congress, not that I expect it will act upon them, but simply to ask you to pity me. Your sympathies in behalf of a fallow being, sore beset, and abominably bored, are all that I expect and all 1 ask." New York, December 21. The American Steamship Adriutic has arrived with Liver pool accounts lo Dec. 9th. Liverpool, Dec. 9. The sales of cotton for three days 9,000 bales, of which speculators took 2,000. Prices were easier, but quota' tions were unchanged. The demand wsi limited with s declining tendency in prices. All qualities of breadstuff's exhibited s de clining tendency. Lnie intelligence from India reports that General Havelock is still hemmed in at Luck now, but Sir Colin Campbell is marching to his relief. The Bank of France has still further re duced its rates of discount. Additional failures are reported, but none immediately affecting the American trade. v Further bt the Adriatic. Liverpool Marketi. Flour was very dull at from 6d. to Is. decline.' Wheat was dull at Irregular prices, and all qualities had slightly declined. Corn was dull but prices unchanged. Richardson Brothers report Wheat &t Id. to 3d. decline, bul principally on interior Qualities. Corn 3d. to 6d. decline. Sugars firm. Rice quiet. Rosin dull at 4s. There had been aevere fighting at Lack now, and General Outram was reported wounded. In A Fix. Forney, of the Philadelphia Press, seems to have completely circumvented certain Democratic Senators who favor the admission of Kan hub into the Union upon the Lecomploo I'onelilulion. tie adduces evi. deuce from the records of Congress, to prove that Senators Mason, Hunter, llavis and oth ers, opposed the admission or California upon grounds similar to those that exist in the case of Kansas. All of which proves what we have often declared that expediency and not consistency Is the principle that governs the Democracy. We never favored the Kanaas bill never had acy confidence in it or its projectors believing that it was a cheat upon the South, and would result in the total loss to our section of her share in the Territories. We, therefore, feel no interest in the mutter further than a desire to see it work the ruin of the party who projected it and brought such mischief upon the country. As before stated, we have not been nt nil surprised at the construction given to the law by Douglas and other INorlhem men it la thnl upon which they have everywhere defended the bill in the North. If the South has been de ceived of which we have never entertained a doubt it haa been either hy the obtuse nesa or misrepresentations of her own repre sentatives, snd she should hold them respon sible alike for their blunders or the deception they may have practiced. Lynch. Vir. Tussle with a Bear A Hard Story. Mr. R. J. Church, of Industry, says the Port. land (Me.) Transcript, on hia way home from the woods, recently where he had been log ging, in the vicinity of Mooaehead Lake, dis covered a moose,, at which he discharged his gun and gave chase, when he was suddenly attacked by a bear, w hich gave him no time fur other means of defense lo thrust his arm into his open mouth and aeize the roota of his tongue which he held on to with a death like grnsf, till old bruin, in desperation, drew up hia hind lers and gave him a kick, whic threw Mr. Church twenty feet off leaving the bear to rnn one way while hs ran the other neither wishing to renew the ac quaintance. Indian Slaves. The St. Louis Democrat is infoimed by a gentleman just returned from Nebraska, that soma Indians are now held in slavery by a citizen of that Territory. The holder of tkem is recently from Utah, where he purchased them from the Mormons, where Indian slavery is one of the adjuncts of Ihs plurality wife system. !-" He is the Marauis of Westminister. His wealth is estimated at 'i 1,000,000 sler ling, or 8 105,000,000, snd his annual incoma at 700,000, with all his wealth, the present Marquis ol Westminister was not above ac cepting service in tha household of Queen Victoria, and wearing her livery, aa lord high steward, a aort of upper flunksy, whose duty it is to play the part of first cluss footman to hia mistress, carry a whits wand in hia hand before her. and' invariably walk backward out of her presence, at the risk of falling, which has happened, more than ones, COMPTROLLER'S REPORT. STATISTICS. CtMapariaoa af aggregate of tsxsble projv arty, ia the eoanties asmed below, for the y tar 1857, vis: McMiaa. Monroe, Bradley, Blount, Polk, Knox; Hamilton, Greens, 18,044. 408 S.&SX.639 2,749,05 8,64,I10 8,845.641 8,499,663 8,480,040 8,230,628 8.877,673 Washington, Production of Wheat and Cora, ia the eoou ties aamed, as reported for tha year 1866: Bushel Wheat. Buthel Com. Sullivan, 180,9i0 464,849 Washington, 161,969 469,110 Greene, 168.758 834,987 Kdoz, 158,678 659,419 McMinn, 186,708 88,100 Monroe, 138,633 442,581 Bradley, 136.218 622,046 Blount, 146,968 ' 661,210 Hamilton, ' 100,267 800 976 Wilson, 232,914 , 1,505,086. Usury, ' 153,879 2,376,225 Williamson, 143,011 2,046,965 Gibson, 148,049 1,837,108 Henry, 133.470 988,844 Madison, 133,885 1,451,215 The valuation of laoda, for taxation, for the year 1657, in the eounties namsd, makes the average value per acre, in aaid eounties severally, (according to our calculations,) as follows: Sullivsn, 8,91 Washington, 6,71.8 Greene, 6,12.6 Knox, 10,45.9 Blount, 4,71.9 folk. is)m.7 McMinn, 7,24.2 Bradley, 9,78.4 Monroe, - 4,07 3 Meigs, 6,90.3 Marion, 2,08.8 Morgan, 66.8 Davidson, 61,49.6 Maury, . 16,26.8 Lincoln, 9,66.7 Williamson, 17,68.5 Franklin, 4,70.1 Warren, 6,94.1 Cumberland, 86.7 Shelby, 21,60 Gibson, 8,10.5 Henry, 8.B6.7 Weakley, 7,14.7 Tipton, 7,92.9 Hardeman, 7,77 MoNairy, 8,43.6 New Mode or Subpcenaino Witnesses. A correspondent writes from one of the in terior 'owns of this State to a New York pa per, of a new way to subpoena witnesses: A law suit was in tha town, and young ''Spooney" engaged to subpoena the witness, The roads were almost impassable on account of the mud, and two of the witnesses living some three or four miles away, a bright idea struck his mudy pate, and forthwith was ac ted upon. He eat down and wrote each 1 letter, stating that a sum of money was dc posited in his hands, which they could have by calling on him. They called, and got a subpoena and twelve and a half cents each! Religion. Human societies are born, live and die upeu the earth. But they do uot contain the entire man. J here remains to him thu noblest part of himself those lofty faculties by which he soars to God lo a future lile, to unknown blisses in so invisi ble world. These are his religious convic tions, that true grandeur of man, the conso lation and charm of weakness and misfortuue. the invioluble refuge against the tyrannies of tins world. - Religion exists In itself and by itself. It is truth itself over which the laws , have no jurisdiction. Religion has of human only its ministers, weak men like ourselves, liable lo the same wants, subject lo the same pas sions, mortal sud corruptible organs of in computable and immortal truth. A Word to Youno Men. If you wish for a clear mind, strong muscles, and quiet nerves, for long life and power prolonged un to old age, avoid all drinks but water, and mild infusions or that fluid; shun tobacco and opium, and everything else that disturbs the normal system; rely upon the nutritious food and mild diluent drinks of which water is the basis, and you will need nothing beyond these things, ecpt rest, and the due moral regulation of all your powers, to give you long, happy, and useful Uvea, and a serene death al the close. A Western Simile. A Western college professor thus "illustrates" an important branch of a young lady'a education: Besides this, thers is the piano, where the fingers are compelled to travel more in one day than the feet do in one term; and the mind must be kept on the stretch over spider tracked music, till the reason reels and the brain swims, and the notes on the page be fore her carry no more idea to the mind than so many tadpoles trying to climb over a five burred rail fence. fjff All the works, whether good or evil, that any man does, are estimated in heaven according to tha state of mind in which he does them. fjf" A lady on separating from her hus band, changed her religion; being determined, she said, to avoid his company in this world and the next too. Spunky! fif The receipts of Flour, Wheat, Corn snd Oats at Chicago, thia year, are equivalent to 18,221,443 bushels, and the shipments to 17,728,329 bushels. M,.,.. Tniii It ia aairl that an. .lk. P.nn.ulu.nian haull ilr!ili tinnn for Minister lo England, aa successor to Mr. Dallas. llns post wouia seem w oe es pecially reserved for the Keystone. Rklief or the Pressure. A Wortcm- burg correspondent of an Illinois paper snys that the Corset manufacturers in Germany feel the effects of the present financial trou bles more than any other branch of industry. Many manufactories having orders on hand, iave been obliged to discharge their hands and suspend opernliona. So it appears that while the pnmc has cre ated a serious pressure among one sex, it Is likely to relieve it smong the other. "An III wind that blows nobody any good." Tennessee River. The Huntsville Ad vocate of Thursday says: The Tennessee River is hijrher than it has been since tha flood of 1847 it is about three feet below the flood of that year. It is now about on a stand. Immense damage has re sulted from the overflow of the low grounds. All the small rivers and sires ma in this region were higher than ever known before. LS Statu Bonds sold in New York on Wednesday nt the following prices: Tennes see 6's, 84; Viruinia 6's,88f; Missouri 6's,78; Keulucky 6's, 100; Ohio 6 s, w, 100. . RET 'What are tha chief ends of manr asked a scool tescher of his pupils. 'Head and feel,' was ths prompt reply. Tilt teach sr faiuWd, , By Thursday's Mail From Nashville. The Senate'- Bank Bill passed its Cost reading in the House, on Monday, after undergoing some amendments, which require the Senate's concurrence be fore the bill becomes s law. . . ? ' The Tippling Law Restored. The Senate Monday concurred in House amendments, to Senate Bill to re-enact the Tippling Law of 1846-6, the bill waa enrolled, and is now inn law of the State, there being a provision that the act shall Use effect immediately. - The Bank Bill Vetoed, ano Passed. By membors who left Milledgeville last night, we learn that Gov. Brown sent in bis mes sage, vetoing the Bank Bill last night about dark, when both houses passed it over his head by a conatitutional majority. The Governor seems lo recoguixe the veto preiog stive lo iu fullest extent. Augusta, Ga Dispatch 23d. , . New Yore, Deo. 23. The barque Alnah was seized yesterday by the United Stales Marshal. The vesel is supposed lobe con nected with Gen. Wulker's Nicaragua expe dition. About fifty passengers were on board when aha waa aeized. f Washington, Dec. 23. In the Senate to dav, Kansas affairs were discnsed. " - In the House, the Senate's Treasury note bill was consideredand it was adopted by a majority of thirty-two. The House slso passed the resolution to sdjourn after Thursday, until Monday, the 4th Janunry. St. Louis, Dee. 23. Advices from Kansas state that Gen. Lane, the free Slate hero, was recently shot by one of the government offi cials. St. Loots, Dec. 22. There hss.been sn outbreak at Fort Scott, in w hich Keveriil lives were lost. Troops have been ordered there. , Arrivals from the Plains state that a por tion of the United Suites. troops have met reverses in their maich.,' . ., The Mormons threaten to attack Fort Laramie. New York, Dec. 23, Sales of Cotton 300 bales, with a drooping market. Flour sales of 7,500 barrels, nt a decline of from 5 to 10 cents per barrel. Wheat buoyant; sales 9, 500 bushels. Savannah, Dec 22! Sales of Cotton 500 bales, dull and declined 1-8. Middling Fair 10 cents. - For ths Past. "I WAS JUST IX FUN." : I am compelled to put in print A word or so, to eive a hint To some fair msiif the one ' V Who says : Dear sir, "I was just in fun." ? SouaGaAra. TRIBUTE. Died, At the Fountain Hotel. Baltimore, Maryland, on the 23d day of October, 1867, Brother Jamis M. Kcnnidt, in tht 81st year of hia age, a member, of Providence Lodge, No. 128, Blount county, Tenneesc. There has paseeJ away anolhtr of our brotherhood, who, though distant from hia kindred and Lodge, found us practising those principles in the tenets of our Order which tesch us to sid, support, and protect each other. In pleasurable obedience of our sad duty we visited Bro. Kennedy in his last ill ness, and as fsr as lav in our power minister ed to hii comfort, and while we stood around hia dying form our sympathizing hearU filled with sorrow. We felt the fores of that T-y sr: "O, Lord, have eotnpassion on the chil dren of Thy creation! Administer them comfort in ths time of trouble, snd aave them with an everlasting islvation. So mote it be " Your Committee beg leave to report the fol lowing: , " Wukbeas, It hat pleated an Allwise Provi dence to tsks from our midst Bro. Jamks M. Kcnnedt. We, though sorrowing his sudden and unexpected death, bow in humble sub mission to ths Divine command of Him who says, "Dust thou art and uuto dust shall thou return."- . ' " Reiotved, That in performance of our last duty to Bro. Kennedy, we, the members of Adherence Lodge, Ko. 88, A. F. end A. Ma sons, attend his remains to Baltimore Ceme tery, and deposits them in a grave in the lot belonging to the Grand Lodge of Maryland. ' Retohtd, That Adherence Lodge, at a body, deeply sympathizing with the bereaved fami ly and friends, assure them that every atten tion was paid our deceased brother during h s last illness. Hetolved, That the above be transcribed on ths Reuord Book of this Lodge, and a copy sent to ths fsmily of our decested brother. W. A. BASS, ) E. M. MATHERSON, Committe. JXO. W. BARltY, :)... Notice. The Trustees of Forest Hill Acad emy have set apart Monday and Tuesday, 28th aud 29th instant, fer the purpose of put- tTrigiftilshsde trees sround ths Academy Building. Alt persons interested in fixing up and beautifying the grounds are requested to attend and assist. Tiios. A. Chaos, Secr'y. Sheriff. I tV" We sre snthorlsed snd requested to snnoanee JOHN A. OOULDY ss a candidate lor re-letlon lo ths offlct of Sheriff of McMion county, st tat susulng March election. Counir Trustee. fW We are anthorlied and reqMtd to announce I. 8. GARRISON as a candidate for County Trustee for alcMina count, at the ensuing March election. IS1 w are authorised and requested to snnounos 0. W. KIRKSKV as a oandidste for County Trustee for McMinn county, at the ensuing Uarca election. McMias cocktt, Dee. 18, 1837. Ei.Sdch: 11th v., and 1 ftatnurl lUih ch: , Knh v. Wherefore smites! thou, fellow. For try oue spirit are are all bantitrd Into one body, Ac. And have been all made to drink into one spirit, (whether Jews or Gen tiles, bond or free,) 1 Cor. 12th ch: 18th y. I wish to preach st Mount Harmony on ounaay, lotn January, snd also at Salem or Double Sprints the last Bun- day, or 81st. JO UN DOUGLASS, "Woodland I'rrsim" A l-osiDt ros Base Tirriso ths lUia hlthly perfumed, superior to any ranch article Imported, and for half the price, for dressing Ladies Hair it has no equal, gfring it a bright f lossy appearance. It causes Gentlemen's Hair to curl n the most natural manner. It removes, dandruff, al ways (Wing the Hair the appearance or being rresh shanipooned. Price only flfly cents. None genuine, unless signod t'ETR 1 10 K A CO., Proprietors of -nniravi a. tnoiwmu riowcrs. For sale by all'fngglsu. mar t-lyeow-til married. On tht M Inst., by Ret. Jas. Atkins, Mr. 8. H. Mat rttLD to Mist Mabtsa Rica, daughter of C. W. Rice, Keq., all of McMinn county. On the 1Tth inslkst. by M. L. Phillips, Km.. Mr. Jamss PaircaARD to Miss NiKi't A. WiLsoa, daughter sf H. P. Wilson, Ksq., all of Wc.Minn county. On tha 2d Inst., by Ret. Geo. A. Caldwell. Mr. Gas. Davbspobt, of Clereland, to aliss 8au.t 11. Mrrcatix, of McMinn county. COMMERCIAL, Augusta market. Adodsta, Dee. 1. I hand yoa herewith statement of our Product Mar ket. ' Watir It scares snd prices hare sn upward tenden cy. I now quote prims waits ti.sn a 1.KO, snd red 1 1, 06 a 1,16. Puicb is without change, tfilt ft IT for extra family, and A.MI Q, t for suiiertnt. In bags and barrels. Cobb sod Too. Oats Q sin. Stocs Psas 86 A vOo. No old Saous of consequence In market- some new parcels now offering, l8uW4e, hog round. Labs u a mo. raATuaaa vuksuo. noma gum 26c. . Sous 26 Q fxw. lours.Tery truly, J. A. ANSLKT, Commit ion and You've Mtrolumt. Atlanta market. Atlanta , Deo. 11. Below Bleats find statement of our market ths past week. - . Baooh, new, none In market, un, ntw, 11 Q lie. Poat, selling out of salt, ir; set Xc Floob, superfine and extra family, t,0 St S3. Wbbat, red snd white, tacked , 80 3 Me. Cost, sacked, 66 0c Pbas Toe, sacked. Fat raits 4S k tSo. Oats iu Q 6c Coat Mbal, sacked, duo . Terr rttptctfully, 8IAG0. ABBOTT a CO., Ox imittie MtrthanU, Allan f, dm. Stolen- PK0M the subscriber, Using two ml Its South-west r Athens, ss the Nd tsst a SORREL af AKK, wwJi all few h-t wmi, soess white u lbs (act, ire years old, IS or IT hands high. A reasonable reward will be Mid for her deUvery to OM or for Atha, Information ss to her where abexrte. - Dm SMII-St-til P-K-WMamELL. T OST. A Land Warrant (or SO seres, No. sa.SSS, A J issued to Richard Jones, "Act. at March, ISM," aud belonging to sm by assignment, wae mailed Is Sweeney, Rliteaheim, Pant A Co., Washington City, last December, and has not since been heard of. A suitable reward will be give, for Iu recorery. Aliens, DM ,lj5I-i-so A. McKCLDIN. Paulea.ee Hats Hat. Her Perfect Vtrk. ALL tbssw Indebted t ant would do wtfl to eome op ss sr before the 1st day of January, lg&g. Ton stay save soil. And late further aoiloe, that no mors account will be made after that day; so, if yo want any thing in the way of medicine, yoa had better bring the cash; snd If s small article, the charm. Dm , . - at. BURNS. OSO. Xji. CrIIjIjliS jFIjEJ, WITH Ttamas satis. ..j.wm.s. tint. abasi a. atuuts. T. Sl W. EAKLN & CO., rosTSsa Ass wsotesiLt stiLsas rt rOREIU.l AND DOMESTIC urt-s- Or- o o x s, . iS PiftHo Square, . DecS5-ly-t9S HavsnvtlltH Tens. ' " Administrator's Notice. nAVlNQ suggested the insolTency of the estate of Jesse W. Onsns, dee'd, to the County Court, all persons hating claims agai; st said estate are hereby notified to file them, properly authenticated, with the Clerk of said Court, as required by law ; snd all persons Indebted to said estate are required to make payment forthwith, In order that the business of said estate may be wound up. WM. L. LAFKeiUTY, Adm'r. McMinn county. Dee t5, lSST-St-tsS A Card. Mr. Editor : Wt notice a Card 'u tha last number of the Post over the signature of Bbjuaws Matfibld, stating that he had been expelled hy the Masonic fra ternity at Benton, Tennessee, and that ht was sot aware of having violated any of the rules or lawa of the Masoulo Order In setting lortn all wnicn nr. sisy fleld was cognisant he was publishing s base falsehood. To show that Mr. MaySeid was apprised of the charge: On the (th of June last, s charge was preferred against Mr. MayAeld, snd ha was duly notified by the Tyler of the Lodge to appear at the next regular communication apd defend thecharge, which he refused to do, although in Benton at the time of the meeting of the Lodge. On tht Soth July, the members of the Lodge being desirous sf adjusting the cause amicably, through the Tyler, again notified him of the charge preferred against him, and that the same had not been disposed of on account of his absence, and desired hint to make his defense, upon which he appeared in the Lodge and there ac knowledged the charge as exhibited against him, but demanded thai nts case, after hearing the proof rela tive to tht matter, should not be ftuslly disposed of un til all ths members of the Lodge were notified and present For the benefit of Mr. MayAeld, It waa agreed to by the unanimous voice of tht Lodge. At the time designated by Mr. Msyfield he failed to attend, but wrote a letter to one of the members, which was read In tht Lodge; snd which letter reads as follows: "CoLcancs, gept. Tth, 1 85T. "Jamt Stuart Dear Sir : Circumstances over which I hare not the least control, puts It entirely out of my power to attend to-night tht Lodge. Consequently, if the Lodge takes up my ease snd proceeds to trial, I plead not guilty. If I am permitted to attend the next regnlarcommunlcaUon I will bt able to acquit myself easily of the-charge. "JT ours, respectfully, - B. MATnaui." Now, Doctor Mayfleld, you say to tht community, in your card, that you had not violated the rules or lawt of the Masonio Order, tad do not known what the charge was that the fraterrlty preferred against you. Under what circumstances was it that you appeared In the Lodge and acknowledged yourself guilty, and then before the next meeting plead "not guilty," as you have done over your own signature, on the, Tth Sept.? A man should not talk of his character being dear to him when he neither regards his acta nor deeds In the Lodge or in society I Hnw could yon plead "not guilty," when you did not know tht charge 1 How could you be as tonished at the card in the "Post," when you was In formed of your expulsion before the same was publish ed T and the Lodge gave you tht time prescribed by Ms tonic Jurisprudence to appeal to the Grand Lodge, if you believed iitiustice hsd been done you in the premi ses. You are aware that on receiving ynor note of the Tth, the Lodge postponed your trial according to your request, to the next regular communication, 21st Sep tember, at which time you again failed to make your appearance. At that meeting the Lodre took np your case, ga yon a fair and Impartial trial, and found that your conduct merited expulsion of which action you were duly notified. If you art anxious to tee the charge preferred against the Lodge exhibited In the public newspapers, you have a copy of the same In your possession over which you have full control. It It not the intention of the Lodge to noUce your card after the present, ss the record snd proceedings sre before tht community. The Lodge desires nothing more, as It will bt seen that truth Is s stranger to you and false hood your theme. Uy order of the Lodge. WM. A. DENTON, Worshipful Master. J. Q A. I.KWIS, Senior Warden. ' JAMKS G. STUART, Junior Warden. JAME3 1IIIILE, Tyler. December T. 1S6T. , Cleveland Banner will please copy. The. Last Call." ALL persons Indebted to nt, either of long or short standing, who fsil to pay us before the 1st day of February, 1S6S, will find their Notes and Accounts In the hands of collecting officers, with positive instruc tions to take nothing but Gold or Silver. We mean Jast what we say, and will take Judgments against all, without favor or affection, who fail to comply. W.G. UOHTON ACO. Athens, Dec. 18, lS3T-tr-4R1 ' sTanuary X, 10Q8. WE request sll persons indebted to as to settle same on or before 1st January next. We will take Good Wheat st the regular market price. Dec is, 'AT A. CLEAGE A CO. Mount Harmony nigh School. T 'HE Third Session of this Institution will tommenct on Monday, January 4th, next. TERMS, pr Sf niton oSl scoo-rj, payalA ont-Kalf in adounoe and butane at clout (if Souion. Spelling, Reading and Writing, per scholar 15,00 Geography, English Urammar, and Arithmetic... 8,00 Mathematics and Natural Sciences , lO.OU Contingent Fee, In advance..... Ho Boarding in good families, convenlentto the School, . (washing and lights extra,) f) week 1,26 No student admitted for less than half session, and no deduction for lost time, except in case of protracted tit-kuess. . B. P. HALE, Pr'pl. Deo 18, 1857-om-iSJ wl P. 8. The present session will close, with a Public Examination of students. on Thr1ay,Htk Dtambtr inH. The public art respectfully Invited to attend. 8. P. H. IVIieat, AM, who owe me can pay In good merchantable Wheat, delivered In the Depot at Athens, at tht highest market price. Deo 11 8. K. KEEDER. Two Negro Boys for Sale. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust extouttd by H. II. Stephens, Esq., for the benefit of Thomas II. Callaway and others, I will, on Tuesday, the mil day of January, 1858, sell, for cash, at the Court-house door, in Maditon Tille, TWO NEGROES, slavet for life, the one named Abs and tha other named Joe. I . J. A. COFFIN, 7Vutee. Peo II, 1887-61-481 . - --" Important Notice. T flHE subscribers hereby notify sll persons Indebted Jl to them that they muM come up and yxtr. This is no "newspaper dun" to be passed by ss Idle words but they mean just what they say, and all who neg lect to heed the notice will have " sets may dU," or tome other keen totaled officer put nn their trail. Deed 8EHOR5I HOIINBBV. rrfiw J9lK.lxa.aa. I WILL give tht highest market price for all good Fur Skint that may he offered between this and the 1st of March next such as Otter, Mink, Pox, Conn. Opot. torn, Ac. Dec G. W. BOSS. Window Glass. ALL sites, from 8 by 1(1 to 80 by 40, to supply Mer chants and Builders direct from my own Factory In New Jersey, and put np In large and tuhstantlal boxes for this market avoiding a large pet cent, of breakage over the ordinary mode of packing. All slses cut to order, and Glsss re-packed If ordered so. Or ders by mall promptly shipped as directed. One pries only. Address J- VAN GILDKIt. Deet-lmO-480 AnonviUt, Tut. t. S. TAVLOS, M. D W. W. AltTABPSS, X. D. DRS. TAYLOR & ALEXANDER, (Offlct on door SortS-vctti iff th Stat Bant,) WILL devote their sttentlon exclusively snd ss. siriuously to tht duties of their profession oue of whom may st all times bt found at tbelr office or re spective residences, when not professionally absent. Dr. A. will give particular attention to the departments of Surgery and Obttttrioi. When one has charge or a case and Jit presence of Iht other thall be required, ht will attend without additional charge. . NoJ7-t7 J, M. BLAIR. J. G. I ARSH.1LL, S WEKT WA Ta n. TnXIt., A880C1ATI Practitioners of Medicine, WILL give their entire attention to Iht practice of Medicine in all IU brsnohes. Tht sttentlon of both will be given whoa soottssry. wlthoat satrs shargt. Office abort ttatrt st Brows A Rowan's. . Nov J7-m-47 Notice. - A LLptrtontlndchtedtolhelaUflrmafP.il KETTH t. A CO., art htrthy noticed that further Indulgesct tan not be extender! to them. The legal representatives of P H. Keith, dee'd, hsn dlreotod that tht business of laid arm bt closed up wlthoat further delay. Wt bars no discretion about It. Now pleast pay what yoa art awing taid Ann, and aavs youraelves costs, snd na Iht nnpltasant duty af placing our sous In the hinds ef s eollsetlng offcor. A. H. KEITH, rolW,18sftf-l .ABrAW. Swan & Co's Lotteries J NEW AND BftlLLAST SCHEME. Capital Prize $60,000 ! Th. iki a.-btsse will be draws by (. Bwaa A Co., Managers of the fori Galneo Academy Lottery, In each ol ttteir Lotteries mr Dectmstr, 1S6I, at Al- ttUSTA, Georgia, to which eily UJ kavw rtosovea uetr rrusctpal unset. CLASS , To bt drsws In tht cK J of Augusts. Oeorria, la public, n Saturday, Doeems-t oth, leST. ft . am CJL To bt drawn laths eily of Augusta, Gs., la public, os .. . . I lu.k I .K, 0Staroav ireceawvr Tobedrswn In Iheclly of Augusta. Otorgia.la ptblle, C . I Ite&T I CLASS as. Tt be draws In tht city of Augnsstt, Georgia, In pnblic, an Saturday, Dectaibtr ssta, last , on us piaa 01 Single Numbers! G.-AOO Priaiosil ITtartf On frut lo Efrf Xin Tidttttl IVKaaCxxlfilooxxt Soliemei To be draws each Saturday in December I 1 Prist of : 1 do 1 do t do 1 do 1 do .ISO.OOOl 1 Prise of.... 1 do 12,000 . 1,VK ,. eo.oeo . 1,0Op . ,KM 60 do , l,l"0 , Inn . 13 lot) lot) . B.CKMI 1ip0 . S,U001UO do do Approximation Prises. dpriaetof asnoapproimatlngtoS6,aOsrel,iOO 4 do do 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do SX approximating to o,ipv art l.tsto SOU approximaUng lo lO.Otxi are suO V0 approximating to o,ti are COO 125 approximating to 1U0 approximating to 7ft approximating to SO approximating to 80 art. :n 6"Hl art poo S.o0 art tut' t.ono are IfiDU are SnO 5,004 dt 100 ,000 6,400 l-rlsts, amounting to a.32M)00 What TicktU I O0alvt &QuarUr, IX. ri... OF THE LOTTERY. The numbers from I to 80,000, corresponding with those numbers on tht Tickets, printed on separate slips of paper, are tnclrtled in small liu tubes and placed in one wheel, The first StM Prists, similarly printed and encircled, areplaoedln another wheel. A he wneeis art then revolvewjUM a anmoer is drswn from the wheel of numbers, and at the same tisnt a Prise is drawn from tht other wheel. The number and Prise drawn out are opened and exhibited to tht audi ence, and registered by the Commiesoners: the Prist being placed against the norobet drawn. Thrs opera tion is repeated until an tne rnsessrearawn out. ArraoxiMATioB Pause. The two preceding snd the two succeeding numbers to those drawing the first s Prises will be entitled to the Hi Approximation Prises. For example: If Ticket No. 1IU0 draft the 60,000 Prise, those Tickets numbered 11244, 11 240, 1IS51, 112AS, will esch he entitled to SHOO. If Ticket No, hot draws ths tSO.OOO Prise, those Tickets numbered Wo, Mil, 651, bbi, will each be entitled to 'iW, and to on according to tht above scheme. TheA.000 Prises of ISO will be determined by thelast ngureoi the numher which draws the son.nuo. For ex ample. If the number drawing the 1 60,000 Prise ends with No. 1, then all the Tickets where the numher ends withl will be entitled to 40 Irthennmberendt with No. J. then all tht Tickets where the numberends with S Will be entitled to A'l. and so on to 0. . CtrtlJtoitUm of Puctiiget will be sold st tht following rates, wnicn is tne risk : Oertiflcsteof Packageof 10 WholeTlokett.. RO " " 10 Half 40 " 10 Quarter " ., HO 10 Eighth " 10 In Ordering; Tickets or Certificates. - sVlote tht money to our sddrest for tht Tickets or dered, on receipt of which they will bt forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can have Tickttt ending In sny figure they may designate. Thelist of Drawn Numbers snd Prises wlllbe lent to purchasers Iramedistely after the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and give their Post OfDco, County and State. Remember that every prise It drswn, snd pay sble In full without deduction. -All Prises of Sl.000 and under, paid Immediate ly after thedrawflg other Prises at thtu.ual time of thirty days. All communications. trlctlycnnfldenllal. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to June 5-1y-4o4 8. SWAN A CO., Augusta, Ga. Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or At lanta, Ga., can have their orders filled, and save time, by addressing 8. Swan A Co., at either of those cities. (f A list of tht numbers that are drawn from tht wheel, with the amount of the prise that each Is enti tled to, will be published after every drawing, in the following papers: New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston Standard, Nashville Gsset'e, Atlanta In telligencer, New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New fork Dispatch and Paulding (Mlss.)Clsrlon. c Oni: at Last. A lot of Pine Chewing Tobac co aud Cigars, lust reoelved ana ror sale ny Ocl23 O. W. ROSS. SIIAK1"! nitXIi.-Out of 8htrpe's Rlflct for tale at KKKDEIt'S Clotlilne; I I HAVE Just reoelved s beautiful lot of Ready-Made Clothing, which I will sell cl.eap for rash. Oct GEO. W. ROS". FI1T.8T A.nriIVAT-i. DEADERIIK & LOURY, . HAVE Juit received nd opened their Urje and well elected flock of Fall and Wintc Goods? consisting of s variety of articles, embracing a general assortment or Dry Goods, Groceries, Heady-made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, I. ad lest lancy Irresa oad-, of tvery description to an examination of all which they Invite the community. Sept So B u.n or a TiiniiK4vn flow Fits Just received by Sept 4 WM. BURNS. HAIIUU'AltKunrl I'srprn ters Tools Bench Planes, Saws, Chisels, Augers, Boring Ma chines, Bellows, Chain Pumps snd Fixtures, Gate Hinges, Nails and Brads, and nearly every thing else that a workman wauls, Just received and for sale hy OctSt) G. W. ROSS. Forest Hill Academy. TJ. L. YORK, Principal. THE Winter Session of tills Institution will open on Momliy, Hth September. Term of Sessloo SO weeks. Tuition: Plrst Class A"0 Second " D.uil Third " ....18.00 Payable one-half In advance. No pupil permitted to enter the School without a Ticket signed by Secretary. No deduction made for Inst time, unless in case tif pro tracted sickness. A contingent fee of 1 per session will be charged. Byorder of the Brnird. Sept 1 l-iMoS TH0S. A. CLEAGE, Sec'y. kEPPER, Spice, Ginger snd Soda, Jast opened and for tale by Jan t SEHOKN A HOIINHUY. c 1 All. A lot of No. 1 Cigars finest brand- Just received aaa lor tale ny b. a.. nr.Mir.ii. Ft B0 (.ART, M. D., Sweetwater, Tents.. WILL glvehts undivided attention to the practice of Medicine, In its various departments. Orrioa Formerly occupied by Dr. Hlalr, where he may at all times be found unless professionally absent. Nor 90-4 tn -47H Stoves! Stoves! Stoves! AT A. t Ia. o xl. aa Foundry. Athens. Ten n. NOW making and oa hand, various sites of Stot . The Crescent, Iowa, Kansas aud Indiana Cook; Magic I'arlor.tipen Franklin. Six Plate or Box, and Ten Plate Stoves. Ths above Stoves are iht very latest and most Improved styles. For durability and simplicity of construction there are none equal. Sold at 10 per cent, lest than can be ptirrhased elsewhere. Nov 13 0. ZIMMERMAN, Proprietor. MOFFAT'S Xa I r E Z X Ii Xj S ABO Pliirnix Biltcrs. rrVIE best FAMILY MEDICINE now before the pub M. Ho, for the curs of Scrofula, Ulcers, Brarvy, or Eruptions of Iht Skla, Fever snd Ague, Pysprpsla, Dropsy, and in fact motldissiues soon yield to their cu rative properties. ..... .,.".. It has been computed that during tht latt twenty. Ave years upwards of Four Millions of persons havt been benefited hy the stt of thest medicines-, a fact which speaks volumes In favor of their curative proper ties a slngls trial will place them beyond tht reach of competition In tht estimate of tvery patient. By their use iht Blood Is restored lo a healthy state and freed from all Imparities. The system it not reduced during their operation, but Invigorated, and they require no restraint from business or pleasure. Tht afntcled havt in these medlcintt a remedy that will do for them sll that medicine can possibly effect. Prepared by W. B. Moffat, M. D., Proprietor, Ntw YprM.altln Athene by GEO. W.ROSS. Dec4-ly-4S0 Notice. A IX persons claiming to bt creditors of Jacob L. Wassiim, dee'd, sre hereby notified snd required to prove snd file their clsims with ths Clerk A Master of the Chancery Court al Washington, Rhea county, Tennessee, within live months from the ISth of October, i nncsset, c,utT,Ni c 4 w f By his Deputy, P. J. Paus. ' tiC 11, l5T-4t-pri ftt UWU -tt WA SACKS 6ALT- I sand and for sale hy I. K. KfcKDKH. (Nov.lSJ , v It I. P. Stuart1! Stoats Reined Golden Syrup, gt foVtaltby IMot. iaj S. K. REEDER. VCTlio 'V mated' pw g g a AfR BUSHELS prloll JnllUUlmsBodlately. Nit It BUSHELS prima Red Wheat wanted U. HENDERSON. T limOTIlV HEED. A ttasB fcl frssh t io thy Sttd oa band aod for salt by X. 19. FEtPW- CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, ATHENS aad KIWOXVILLK, TEN. T takt tht liberty oT calling Iht attention of Ihs W V puUic la tor stock of sll tWCTiplK&jW Wagons Bad al ths present Say ceusiililur, ia part, oi tkl sukiowuig: COACH, cm CLOSE CARRIAGES, Of Ike attest ayle ssade snbetantial, trimmed with the ftuesl and nwM emvaute trimmings ; with hammer seat, snd extra On foil stiver plate; door with aaah sad btiiidt, owt and inside Jacket. . BERLIN ROCK AW AYS. These Rockaways are got np In thtfloae f jrrlageordcr with Ane hammer seat lor drrrer.full plate; body set oa three springs; trimmed richly. This a:yle varies in price according to iaittu SKELETON-DOOR ROCKAWAY Made very substantial, with tot and shafts; front test lo turn up ; wood or leather dash, plated Biss sa2 neat. SIX SEATED ROCKAWAY. So ait oT Oils style, got up wtfh perrosnent outside saatj la form of s Close Carriage, and others with titrated shifting front teat ; body set oa thret springs ; full plated. Tartfaver Seat nockswsr. Madt light for one bora ; front teat to tura over against the dash ; trimmed on both tides. LIGHT SIX SEAT ROCKAWAY. These are rot np fine and very substantial, with hook on teat fur driver in front snd drop curtains. Caa bt easily shifted Into a four test Rockaway. FOUR SEAT ROCKAWAY. Of hls 6rdef thefe sre s variety of patterns sonig Antshed very Onr.sotne plain. Price according to tt 14 snd Anish Extension! Slldrseatcd Buarrrt With pol' snd susfts two teats can be shifted into one ; trimmed fine. Price according to atyle tnd ftnlth. HALF TOP SLIDE-SEATED BUGGY, Madt light trimmed One, with pole and shafts. - Top UucByai. We have a variety of Top Buggs boot and panel bodies; wood and leather dashes; leather tups; patent and plain axela ; coveted and , plain bodies. Price va rying according to tt,vle and Siiish. . Good Silver Plated Harness to correspond. HICKORY NO TOP BUGGYS. . Our flnest styles art made of Hickory entirely, and? varulihed without painting. HickonY side srftixo buggys, - Made of Hickory very light and flue. CONCORD BUGGYS. We have a large lot of these Biipcrs on the way and! in the works. We sell more of them than of any other kind, from the fact that they run lighter than any other Buggy made In America. Livery men preler tliem Id' any other. We have tlx- rot np light and substantial, with plated dash, for one or two horses, with pole tnd shafts, With bark or no back, top or no top. , NO TOP BUGGYS, Of all ityleH, fulilpui 4Dtl fiuiih. lMcf accorJlng to ttyle snd finUh. ' NO TOP SLTDE-SftATEI) BUGGY Made to slide back and turn np on other teat. HACK WAGONS, WITH TOP; With three teats snd three springs, for carrying pas sengers ; with brake, and rack for baggage, ale .t oft both sides, mid. lie teat t turn etch way, snd railroad back. These Hack! art madt "jam up," and used tot ail purposes. Light Hacks, or rauillr W aft-aiis. On tiree springs two tettt, pole snd thtftt. Jorsioy Wftsonai. Made light for one horse shirting tup; two seats; trimmed with leather; plated dash; mug Job, for small family. PLANTATION WAGONS. Iron axlt Wagons for two, four tnd six tiorset mads al tht North, of the best timber. Run light end stand longer than any other Wagon. NO TOl PLANTATION WAGONS, With body, and three springs and two seats. Wt have a few of these Wagons nn the war; tiody right and a half or nine feet long; a first rate Wngnu fur every purpose. Our stock was made to order, North, and having many advantages in gelling up work, with some experience III the business, we flatter ourselves that we can furnlotf our patrons with good, substantial work, tlist we wll( warrant, and at as low price tt csn bt bought any where. North or South. M eln.-lte those anntlng auy thing In our lint to call and examine our stock. Thost who can not con venictly call can write us, describing the article they want, and we will give close attention to their order. We furnish Harness and Whip with all jobs we sell. Special orders filled at mi or tHi days. Oct lfty-4s iiitii'tttv? riiu.i.iA-D. Ho, 49 PUBLIC BtiVARB, N AMI VILLaCf IMPORTERS AMD TlgALKBS IN T0SEI05 Um DOMESTIC PUT 003D1 Land Surveying! Titles I'-xatiilned Ilei-iU iilndu! PLAN A'l KNTINA TKS Fdtt Til If MUST A I'' l'ltOVKD AIODES Of A 1.1 KIXDS Of BI JI.DIMIS ! RACES, DAMS AND MILLS L.tll) Ot'T f , nnrhlnrrr Put l p and Worked i . Ordcrt for Hie above promplly aitemttd. and If bf mall direct "Athens, Tenn." C. A, PROCTOR; Oct 1S-M7 ff'UNOTlIV asKI'IO. A few bushels' prlmt A tlean Tunothy Seed for tale by gept 18 J. M. IIKNUKHSON. rMlT RIN IX-U FLOWS. Ju't received, a small I lot of those eelebrated Nashville Turning Plows, which are for sale, cAeap. i. M. lIK.NiO.liiiO.t. July 17 IJI.O W.-- I.fl of Slarbifck A Bros.' Celebrated Plows just received and fur tale hy July II 8. K. UKKDr.n. rsjlf'II t ('CO. Fine and chenp Tobacco, a good lot, 1. for sale by JjUj EKIIOHN A 110 NSllV. SlirTT HM.. A large lot of American anil Itus.lan Sheet Iron J 'lit received snd for salt hy may Si GK0. W. 11088. ST Alt II.r.S.-Alol of Ur Candles, for sale at S6 ceuts per lb., nt July IT BKIIOnS A liOHNSfJf D II.W. J.T('CKClt'Srhu'rravriip. June is n m. AiLitr.n. VCatc of CuppiuAf liislrnmr-nta. Juntli WM. lifilNS. A PRKFH supply of 1U I CIS generally. Junt IS WM. BI'BRS. n Alt P OP COM .Tilt I . Mort of thest' celebrated Singing Books for sale hy Mayg C, P. (IHISON A CO. nOOKS) AND TATIOl.ll Y.-;ii't re ceived, a large assortment of School Hooks, Paper, Harrison's Ink snd Plnld, Pent, Pencils, Ac, sud for tale by - April It) UKO. W. BOSS. WANTED-A Journeyman Saddler, of steady and Industrious habits, to whom constant era ploymenl and liberal wages will he given. Anplv Itn mediately. f Athens, April 17 I. A. ATLF.E. 'rs HOCFslir;". Just received a good ttftct of f sr prime Sugar and Coffee. Alto, s large lot sf the very best Star and Adamantine Candles, which I will sell cheap fur cash. April 14 O. W. BOSS. , Ci OLD PE"S.-Oholreflold Pens; I.TdfeTpina ST Hold Pens; Oold and Silver Cases of the most ap proved palltrns; from the eelebrated Pen manufac turers. Dawson, Warren A Uvde, just received snd for tale low, by PebS7 SElKJllN A IIOIINHBV. WAftflSf rotl a,l:.A geodTwt Bortt Wsgoa sad Harness for salt low by Dee 19 S. K. KRIDBR. CIO AH and Tobacco. a.orlmrn of Cigars, Slid Slotof the best quslltv Chewlnj Tobacco, by Nov 14 SKIIORN A HOBNSllT. CLOTIII'VCJ. A larga ttoek ef Beady Mads Clothing, jottroctlvtd and for sale hy . net S4 A.tLKACE A CO. B by DOTS AUD SHOE!. A tpltndld assort. Btent or Boots aaa auoei.reesivso ano lor aait act 14 A. CLEAGE A CO. noltlnf riolhs. XCMBEBS 4, o, , 8,1 snd in, on hsnd snd for salt. Qct.S.'W MctWKS A OILLtSPIB. CFLCIAI. TfOTirr.. TLoso Indakttl to t n will da wall SfOAll snd psv US before lha 1st al JaOBary, 189. , I!ov IT, 'if . W.V. aH.A.n.