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EXAMINATION' A'D CONCERT. Thnrsdaj and Friday of laat week wer de voted to tlit examination of tbe classes onder rrof.II. O. Cooka and ladjr. Th. literary departmeat ha bees mainly snder the charge af lira, Cooke, who baa again aueeeeded In bowing the eommanitT tbat we hare a teach er of the firat order of edueatiooal talents. Har elaeaee evinced nnmi.ukeabla mark, of having been well taught; and not merely pre pared for tn eiamioation. The erei.e of the two day. developed Mr. Cooke', mode of teaching, which w. are satisfied ia not aur pawed by any one io thorough neae and aeeu raoy. All the department mathematics, the natural sciences, composition", reading, writing, HIIing-, aod even the very mud a of reeitatioo haveroeived vigorous aud iinpar tial attention. Some of the pupil, have now been with bar several sessions, and we can Me that they have made aolid progress, and are rapidly atoring their mind, with the prin ciple, and ideas indispensable in a sound and liberal education. We cheerfully make this strong statement, because deserved, but deem it unnecessary to add a word of eulogy; 03 Thursday night the Music Class, under TroC Cooke, gave a most successful Concert. Msny of this class, also, have been under his esre for several sessions, and patrons did not fsil to observe marked improvement in their performances. This is the true standard. From session to session we can observe tbat proficiency is being acquired, a. the reward ef patient instruction by the teacher and in- . .. If ,' ''. " ' ' duttryoi me senoiar. lue selections lor me erenitig were Very fine, and the performances highly creditable. We think that no school in East Tennessee could commend itself more fsverably t parents and guardians." ' A. I). Kiyks, . . W. M. Alexamier, I Examining A. McKicliiix, I Commit tee. Milton I. Jasxagi,) For the Post. FOREST II ILL ACADEMY. .' II r. Editor .-With many others I attend, ed the Examination of the atudents of Forest Hill Academy, on the 8th insL, under the su perintendence of Mr. U. L. Yoke, and from the rigid and aearching examination it eould be readily perceived that the greater portion of the student, bad diligently aud assiduous ly applied themselves to the proseoution of their studies through the session, evincing a determination not to disappoint the fond hope, and expectation, of their parents and the labor and assiduity of their teacher. It is unnecessary to .ay anything in commenda tion of Mr. York as a teacher, for hi. success, merits and ability are too well known and appreciated in this oommunity to demand eulogy at my hands. It is sufficient that he was ever at hi. post, and watchful of the in' terests of hi. pupils prompt and energetic in the discharge of the various and responsi ble duties devolving upon him, and success ful in training the youthful mind, proving eminently his qualification for the situation. At night I attended the Exhibition by the students, cud was highly entertained and de lighted with instructive declamations and musing dialogues. W. Couetcrfeiters Arrested. The Mem phis Avnlimche of tlieSOlli says: A party of counterfeiter was arrested nt Giiyimo Land ing, on" the Tennessee aide of the Mississippi river, fjn Sunday linjt. Itnppenra thut they Imd einburked, lit Cincinnati, ihtIidps, in a very heal litlle trading boat, and they hiive doubtless been imposing upon the pulilia dur ing their entire trip, under pretence of a le pititnute trnde with the natives along shore. On Saturday they passed seventy one dollars In counterfeit money upon nn old lady at the foot of Island No. 10, who discovered the trick aoon after their departure, and pursued I hem on the Moses Mi Clellan on Sunday, to Gnyoad, where she found them already in limbo li seems that they hud passed large amount of wonlilea trash between No. 10 Mid (irtyoso, where they were detected. It ia remarkable that while under arrest they or tlured a sumptuous breakfast, paying the reckoning in counterfeit money. When their boat was reached it was found to contain a little .iipply of irrocerles and four or five thousand dollars in counterfeit Missouri bills, na theycume from the press. Our Informant did not learn the names of the accused. , SiDOCTtoa aud Homicide. Some twenty dvt ago a young gentleman named I lurdesty, living on Muddy Run, in Boone county, Ky., l-anie into possession ot the Tact that his be laved tester had been seduced bv R mini nam d George Grubb, and, of course, it enlisted all the belter, hs well ns the revengeful feel. Inps of his nature. Hardesty, as soon 116 the secret was made known to him, called upon Mr. Grubb and charged him with the crime, Which he stoutly denied; but ns Mr. Hardesty was convinced that all he said was false, he told him that ho would give linn just fifteen dnys to ninrry his sister, and unless he com- filled within that time he would surely shoot i in). The fifteen days expired on Saturday last, and die mailer was not accomplished. Th consequence was that Hardesty deliber ately approached Mr. Grubb, and as deliber ately shot him. We understand thnt the sym pathies of the people in the neighborhood were in behalf of Mr. Hardesty and his in jured sister, nnd thnt they regretted that he should flee after committing the act, being snliafied thnt any examining court would no quit him on the ground of ita being justifia ble homicide. Cincinnati Enquirer. Duel f his Morning. This morning, at the hour of six o'clock, as we are informed, Drs. Foster and Choppin, of this ity, had a hostile meeting on Melnirie Ridge. Th weapons were shot guns, the distance forty yards; shot were exchanged, after which the difficulty was amicably adjusted, to the honor nd satisfaction of all parties, nobody being injured. 7Vu Delia, 3rd. Washing ton, Feb. 5. Williamson lias ap peared before the Committee nnd answered all questions. He says he knows nothing about the lust tariff, but he informed the coin Oiitlee he could show that the tariff of 1846 was carried by bribery of Congressmen with even millions dollars of British money and Utility thousand francs from France. pRosriniTT i a Severe Test. The hu. man heart is like a feather-bed it must be roughly handled nnd well shaken to prevent its becoming hard and knotty. With pros perity comes the withering discovery that opulence is not happiness, for th shadows around us are darkest when the sun of our ' ''Bhtest. Very often, too, we are r'i. . ""culous ss well a unhappy, i . . -""suicus ss wen uuns hTeln? ""W" '""..me1, blanket, having our h,,d. turned, by being thus et, and lius ele- Itm. t i.. .. - v"r '""owe. Ji niaiierB .oVhlnj'riJ. ' " moueMf w. -r. worth J3T 'fFilnieni from Va.l.,nCtontooneofonr exchange.) that t Lord Napier, late ball io Washington msny or (ha gentlemen wore noopl I Theee hoop. sr. made or alee!, and serve to Improve jhasci of th pantaloons, to hide crooked and to giv aize aud form Io attenuated atum-sticks. '" '"""' ' Fur tbe Post. Jfr. Editor While on nay route from Sa vannah to upper East Tennessee, I stopped over at your pi see, and had the unexpected pleasure of hearing the Concert given by tb young ladies of Prof. Cooke Class, and certainly is a privilege to give testimony to the pleasure one may enjoy on sush an occa sion. Citizens may feel prond of their chil dren'a happy and good appearance, while they may not thiuk of one of the most effective results of their education, vis to make ttra gert feel at home among thm. The bappy. ready, unembarrassed appearance of tbe young ladies entitles 'them to great praise. while their performance, both i playing and singing raauy ditEcult pieces, won for them great applause, and for their teacher tbe rep utation ef great success. .Truly Your., . Viator. tW The Richmond South emit a blue fbime of fire at Washington society, io th following innnner: "The truth is, society in Washington ia fast sinking under an accumulation of native follies and foreign Cushion. The aristocracy of the Federal .Metropolis are little belter limn an association of snobs, txcept among a small and (elect t-Inns of people one hud there scarcely a vestige of the republican simplicity of earlier time. Everything ia sham and pretension. The profusion of paste and pinchbeck which dazzle the eye of Jen nings is aa genuine as the air of courtly ele gance which excite hip enthusiasm. With the Spartan severity of manner that once die. luiguiHhed In representative) men of th country, have disappeared the unobtrusive but substantial .virtue ef 'iter women. In change ia aadly significant of national decay." Foreign. Aew 1'orit, Feb. 7.-The British and North American Steamship Arabia, Capt, J. Stone, has arrived with Liverpool dales to Jannury 23d. A week later intelligence had been re eeived from India, but there was nothing im portant in the detail received. Lord Elgin had sent in hi ultimatum, and allow the Chinese only ten day to deter mine upon their acceptance of them. Four Italian Chiefs, for the attempted as sassination of the Emperor Napoleon, will bu tried in January, There have been several heavy fuilurea at Marseilles, including the house of Duclos &. Company, which has failed for the sum of 300,000. Wheat quiet, and ull qualities, except com mon red, hud slightly declined Cora was dull. Provisions firm. - ' Money Market enay. tJf" The Washington Union contradicts the report that the Mormons isli to sell the Utah improvements and emigrate. The War Department is making every effort to increase the army for the spring campaign. Sr. Louis Banks. The St. Louis Demo crat has it from reliable, authority that the suspended bank, of that sity contemplate resumption of speeie payment on the 1st of March. HPThe New York Tribune intimates that the celebrated Texan Ranger, Jack Hays, has been taken prisoner by the Mormons. Commercial Travellers. Dr. Ayer'e busi ness A cents are a pleasant annual to us. com ine about as surely a. the year.. We can sav of them what w are sorry we eannot of all such visitors that they are uniformly gen tlemen. Tl ey are known to us of the press. as able and reliable, accomplished business men of a charaoter well worthy the benevo lent calling in which they are engaged, of promulgating the heat remedies for the sick, this ng affords. Success to yon gentlemen and to your cause, for both deserve success. Jiartora (JhroHtci. l-$T I hate to see a thing done by halves; it It be right, do It boldly; if it be wrong leave it undone. H Georgo Sm-le, an old Boston mer chant, who retired from business with a for tune Friday week, died suddenly the next any. Senator TnzeweM.of Virginia, now nn old and liinrm man of 80, is so wealthy thut it is said ho unco forgot for twenty years tnni he Had $4U,uuu on deposit in a certain DaiiK. - ' tar To cure scratches on a horse, wash the legs with warm soapsuds, and then beef brine, two applications will. cure in 'lie worst ease. , Hf You can spit in a man'a face in Snlein, N. V., for J 00; thnt being the dam- nges assessed ny the court on a person who made this selection for a spittoon, fjT A western editor says that the pro verb "the longer a man lives the more he'll sue," can't allude to money now-a davs. 0r The weight of the gold held by the New York banks is but little short of sixty tons. The Army in Utah. The Washington Union says, thnt so far from any relaxation being likely to occur in theefforts of the Ad ministration to press on reinforcements to the army of Utah it has conclusive rensun to believe every resource nt its command will be exhausted by the War Department for ex pediting those reinforcements. A Man-Dressmaker Revealed. One of the most fashionable dressmakers in New York turns out to be a man. . For several yenie past he baa been fitting dresses to the charming forms of the New York ladies, and fitting the ladies to the charming form of their dresses. lie Is said to have been ex tremely popular with the ladies, and many regret that the diseoveiy of his sex extended beyond themselves. ' -gr We learn from the Memphis B ulletin of Saturday, that there are at present over three thousand bales of cotton at the depot of the Memphis aud Charleston railroad, all at the owner rink. vTllo number of bale offering for ' tranportation over litis road at that point amount to one thousand or twelve hundred bales a day, . ' j .' ttT In Western Massachusetts the sleigh ing is excellent, th snow in many place being two feet deep. Steamboat Burred. Tlit? steamer "Col. CrAssninn" look fire a short distance below New Madrid, a few dnys since, and burned to the waler'a edge. Some fifteen live lost. 17" If honest men are the salt of the earth, pretty girl may be said to be the u gar. .- - - , - wWnndlnnet I'remn" A pomns ms Bsiv. Ttmsa the Haib hlEhly rwrruiiml, superior to sny Preach article Import!, and (or hslf th price. Por dreMlnf Ltd in Hair II hu ns equal, sivlna It a bright (tIomv sppearanc. It esutee Oentlemen'a Hair to curl in tha moit natural manner. It removes damlraff, al- ways Elrinr the II sir tlis appearance of belnc freah ehampooned. Price only fifty cetiti. Nona .mucus anleas lno4 fJCTHIDOK A CO., Proprietors of -liaini Ol a invunnq riowvr. for aslc hj all Prussian. lar O-ljsow-441 Sheriff. i Vm We sre authorised and requested te announce JOHN B.OX1EIM u s CkBdiilaM for Uheliff of McMiaa eoaniy, at ine ensauif Marcfc election. Iff We are authorised sod requested to announce JUIIM A. GOCLDY si a caudulai lor ro-eleetton to the office of Sheriff of McMinn county, at the anauiuf County Truktee. ff We are authorised and rrqueeted to announce w. n. rii.r,iMH)SM candidate for County Trus tee for McMinn county, st the eniuing March election. It We are authorised and requested to announce LB. GAKKItmN ma s candidate for County Trustee for .una county, s.& uie enemuE March election. We lr aiit!inrlt . . .1 ...... ..... . W. KIRK8KY as a candidate for County Trtutes for Mcilinn county, st the ensuing March election. COMMERCIAL, Aufutta Market. , . . . AcottsTA, Pen. 8. I band you herewith statement of our Produce liar- New Biooe, hojr round, dty eared 11 llWe, snd ric. hkat, rcdtra Bsc; white l,0oia 1,15. Pu.es dull, VV 8,75 forejltr, family, and 4,75 a S3 for aurltne. ., ,c,rco and eellln at 00 BsMat'.?4 Warfi e "V i2Jit ui.'" 86 a tec- KCT ,l Vours.Tery truly, J. A. ANKLET, Oommiiuion and Product Merchant. Atlanta Market. w ., Atlaeti, Peb. 8. we notice s material Improvement in bueinens the past week. Cotton is now coming forward freely and sells readily at full prices. We quuote Bco hna round at lac; shoulders 9c; hams lc; sidra lie Lasd In barrels loc. Puira dull at 75 for superfine and extra family. WnrT dull at lfl ffl S.V for red and whit.. Coaa M a e. Orn dull it 4110. rkTuuu4:. Arrua, green tl fi&, dried ti. Pucau s.yi. Very respectrtilly, SRAOO, APBOTT A CO., ' (Jo- xmimlnn UtrcKttnU, A tlanta, (ia. B OOTS and Shoe. A superior lot Jnut re- licucu.ai tewiy OIBON'g. Ini.nand Iron, Hoop Iron, Tyre Iron, and every other kind a lllacltemllh or Parmer may ni-cd. or sale by , Peb 12J C. P. G1II80N A CO. SiiiBillfi; School. MK8. COOKK'8 CLAW of boys snd girls will com mence their le..ns in Singing again on Wednes day, February ii4th. Terms, One Dollar for twelve Ire. n'' Peb 12-8t-4W) Oardon Soeda, J IJ8T received and for sale, a large lot of Garden Weeds, all kinds, by 1IOBTON A BUVAV. cb 12 . J. W. GAUT Si CO., Commission Merchants, BP atreet SA VA All, GA., WII-L give strict attention to the sale of all Country " Produce consigned to their care. J. W. Gaut will give personal sttention to purchasing on order, Coffes, Sugar, Molasses, Klce, Salt, Ac. A liberal share of patronage resiiectfullr solicited. J. W. Gut, late of the Arm of Usui A Mcl'herson, Knoxville, Tenn. R. It. llainnis, of the Urn of Besrdcn A Pranclioo. Macon, Qs. Peb l-tf-40 Caution. ALL persons sre hereby cautioned sgslnst trsdlng for two Notes of hand, gives by C. P. A T. P. Glh. son and made payable to George Home one for m). pnynhle four years after date from Peb. Hth,1V4 on which ia credit of 7m the other for 4KI, pay. able Ave years after date from 9th Feb., Iti54. The consideration for which said notes were given has fall ed and I will not pay them. C. P. GIBSON' Athens, Peb. 12, 1SSS-8HW ' LOUDON ROLLING MILL, At liUtuu.l, TESiV, TMJ.E undersigned would reaneetfnllr in -I form the consumers of Wrought-Iron . I. -4.1 , turn, uicy are nov oisnuiscluring a Snperior Article of Iron, iich as Wafjon Tyre, Buesy Tyre, Horse Mioe Iron, Kand Iron, Koond and Square Iron, all aizes of Flat Iron, from three-fourths 01 an men in width up to three inches, by all the various thicknesses, from three six teenthsof an inch and upwards. Also, rounds, from rive eighths of an inch up to one and a half incites; squares, from one-half ini-h in one and a quarter inches all of which they flatter themselves thnt they can make equal, in point of finish and good quality, to any that is made iu the States. Havinir been en. gaged in the business ' upwards of thirty years, snd thereby acquired a thorough knowledge of the iiiHtiurncture of it on. in all its branches, tiy which they hope to give en. tire satisfaction to those whoue their iron. AULprders addressed to them will be roiniit ly attended to. 1 t3f" Mai. A. Wall is the onlv authorized ageul to receive orders for our establishment. jukes, rniLLirs 4 CO. February 12, 1858-ly-40 Howard Association. PHILADELPHIA A Benevoteni Iiutitvtiiin, ntaMt dkeil by epivtal en- Z . . . ." . r"rJ "J et ana dmtrmei, afflicted rA I trtUetU nsat Kpidewic IHimuet. . rro all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases, each si 8erniatorrhpa, Seminal Weakness, Imfwlence, a Tr li ' . '" """i wsuim,o Self Abuse, Ac, Ao. ' The Howard Association, In vlewofthe swfuldesirtic- " numaii ine, causea y eexual Ulseases, and the unc.i.in pracunen upon me unfortunate victims of ucn .iipcasea oyyuacxs, severs! years ago directed their Consulting furgeon.ass ehnrit.ihu rt their name, to oien a Disiwnsary for the treatment of tins cihib oi uiseaFes, in ail tlietr rnrmt. .n.l in .1.. Mriliail adriee arati. to all who apply by letter, with s description or their condition, (age, occupation, hah Its or life, Ac.,) and in cases of exrteme povertv. to PCRNISII MEDIOINEM PIIKB OP CHAKGE. It Is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the aire, and will furnish the muni anproveu modern treatment. The Dlrerlors. on a review of the nasi. fel m..,.r.A mat tnetr lanors in this spiiere of benevolent elTnrt nave rieen or great nenent to the afflicted, especially to the young, snd they have resolved to devote them selves, with renewed sesl, to tli ia very Important but much despised eaune. Just published, by the Association, s Report on finer. matorrhn-a, or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, pin.iunpaiiipii urrrii jtiiu.e, aiifi 01 ner Ulseases tl the Sexual Organa, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will be sent by mail, (in a sealed envelope,) free of charge, Address, for Report or treatment. Dr. GROR0R R. CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon. Howard Association, Nn. South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Ts. y oruer or tnt oireetors. Krai D. IIeibtweix, President. Geo. PiiacniLB, Secretary. Peb6-ly-4f) Coanf y Court, JlrJIIns ('antr, Trnn. James Wallin and John Wallin, ..'.--. ti. Tb Heir of Klizabeth Wallin, deceased. Petition for Sale for Partition, IT appearing from the allegations in the bill, which is sworn to, that Thomas Wal lin, John Wallin, Jess Wallin. Isaao Wallin. Sarah Igo, formerly Sarsh Wallin, Nancy Wallin, who marriel Dan I Wallin, James Wallin, Jr.. John Wallin. Jr.. Elira Jars Wal. lin, Nancy Wallin, Matilda Wallin. and Mary Ann Wallin, are non-residents of tha State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athens Tost, a newspaper published in the town of Athens, Tennessee, for four successive weeks, requir ing said non-residents to appear at the April term, 18.18, of the County Court for Mcilinn county, Tennessee, at the Court house . in Athens, and then and there plead, answer or demur to said petition, or the tame will be set for hearing ex parte and decreed accord inply.- WJI, GEOKOE, Clerk. Feb IS, 18fiS-4t-r-s fee 14-490 C'lianccrr Court at l'lkcvllle-, Trnn. Elizabeth Keagane, et al, Daniel Keazans, Bushi-oa Fescrana, ei al. AKD it appearing from the allegations of oomplninants bill the defendants Daniel Koagans and liushro Feasant are non resi dents of the State of Tennessee, it is there for ordered thsl publication be mad in th Athena l ust, a newspaper published in th town of Athens, Tennessee, requiring said defendants to appear and answer complain ants bill, on oath, on or before the Sd Mon day of March next, or the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ei parte as to them. K C. NORWOOD. C. t M. Feb 12, 18S6-4t-pra fee 1 3-4 U0 ROOTS anil Shorts. I hsve Just rerelved a Br it rata lot of Hoots and Shoes of all slsea, snd 111 sell them cheap for the cash. Those needing the article would do well Io call on O. W. KOSS. Peb a fr nrs. rilINP.il! SUGAR CANB SEED trash and pur recalled and for sale. r.bo J. M. DI.NDEH50.N. Callforuia ' 0s.t. WfAIUtASTlD to yield, If equal cuaiice be given. w v aeusie as much as the coeuaitu uati, ana is Weigh from 4o to 5o poundf to the bunci. Auy person, if dissatisfled, after giving them a fair trial, can, by making it kaowc. to to undersigned, have double Uie amount of purchase money returned. Por sale by B. H. ttl-KDLK, Athene, Tens. Peb 4, -is . , 1KO.! lllO.l Just received, one car lead iron liar, baad. Round, eVpiara, Huree-cilHie, Plow plate. Nail-rod, 4c. ail sorts and siaee for sale by Peb5 J. at. ULNDLIIMJN. Agents, Attention ! DO you wUh to find food tnproymrot, and make itoiiey with Uttia r no UivvtUuitiii, and without interfering vitb jruur rcfular tpusincMl1 II you to, read Uiit adverttseurut. C. E. Tudd A CoM of BroosM street, New Tarfc, are manufacturiiit aud atlling uiaive pold Pcoil lor $5 each, (which are cheap at thai ric,) and thej throw in a rift or priu with each Pencil, worth frawi $2 up tm K U, -II tVf S f A. - VA, "? lt. 0, axid $oui. Doof cry out. Uuiubugl lottery!" lit no such thin (p. The Pencils are told fct thir cash value, and all thf profits orrr the flrtt cfrit rv thrown inly the gifts, which actually coat Uie, fmrftsutjr fioUdnf . The priis are distributed on a simple plan of drawing, which would take too much room to explain, but winch haa sever failed to gire complete satisfaction. We have drawn and sent to purchaser ct.(d watches of various prices. 74 nurse of gold dollars, 23S cold lock- ets, S,Vl gold chains, and a corresponding uutnlrer of other prises, within two moot lis. Tlioro aro no X31.ti "1 .wi, nut enry purcbaser draws a pritwworth certain, and It I Lands thousands of chauct-S to t s highvr. figure. We want a good agtmt in every neftrfiborliood tli rough out the coo 1 1 try, to solicit purchasers, and any agent, to be successful, must have a I'tmcil and Prize to ex hibit. lVe pny agqnui $1 ca'h for each purchaser he obtains, and the first person in any neighborhood who applies fur Pencil and gift will receive the agency for that locality. Should an agent obtain a raluttbte prise to exhibit with his Pencil, he would have little difficul ty in obtaining score of purchasers, and making it a paying business. A IN'viv idea! II cad f Head! We auk nobody to send their niorey till they know what prise they draw, Anderson wishing to try their lurk, can first send us their name Mid address, and we will make their drawing and itifortn them by return iriail what prise they draw, when Ihry can nd on and take the Pencil and prise or uot, whichever tjey choose. He gfve this privilege only once to a purchaser. After tire first drawing, every purchases will Jm required to send fn advrnce, through the authorised afrent. We will send with each drawing the nu tuber liken out, with full description of the plan of drawing. Address Feb JMM SW Hronnw Mroet, New York. 4 LAK)E lot, crop of lffiT, Just Veoelved and for J 9k sale by - I Jim mj tl. w . Kis, FOLaiTAlX 11 ILL Male and Female Academy, Mouse Cretk McMinn co.vTcnn. 'IMlK undersigned. Trustee'. th:t pleasure la aV -noundng to the friends of this Institute, and the puhlie generally, that their bouse is now completed, and that tht-y hare engaged the services mi 1'rofessir j. H. RiSHOI1, of YaM who comes highly recommended by President E. K. Wiley, of Kinory and Henry College, as a thorough English, luatlienmticaJ and Classical scholar, of good moral and religious reputation. Having spent a great portion of his life in th Instruction of youth, they feel no hesitancy in saying that Mr. Hishop pos sesses all the requisite qualifications oi such an in structor as will assuredly result in the advancement and improvement of those committed to his care. The Institute is situated In the midst of a beautiful grove, on a small eminence and sear a fine spring, one-fourth of a mile North of Mouse Creek Depot. Ti First Session will commence on Monday, the 8th day of February next. RATES OF TtTTIOS. Per Sfton of 21 trrvi-n, payable ont-hatfin ad cane, ti Ixtkuto at lh oioe of th iim : Orthography, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic.. $5,00 Arithmetic, Geography, Grauimer, Philosophy, History, Composition snd Declamation 8,00 Physiology, Astronomy, Geometry, Algebra, Pur veying and ami higher braaches of MatheoiaUcaJ 0,00 Languages and Ik-lies-Letters, ..It,'0 Hoarding In good families, convenient loth Acade my, for Uie sum of per week, washingextra. No student admitted without a ticket signed by David Neal, Treasurer. No studeut admitted for less than half ses sion, and no deduction for lost time except fn cases of protracted sickneis. J. F. SHKKMAN, K.-CATK, W. A. PTKPHEN'g, DAVlD NF.IL. Jan29-m-. , J.f. DELZKLL. M. A UK'S . Celebrated Flouring Mill. GRINDING nnd Boiling st single opera tion.. 8 inch blona-ol'riee 70 fwilj turn out 50 bbls. per dny. '30 inch Stone Price 7rtfi will turn out 40 bids, per day. r This Mill is the cheapest, most limple, du rable and compact, requiring Ires power, less attention, and makes a larger yielJ and bet ter qjmlity of Flour, than anyvtlier in use or for sale. Mills cau be seen running at Kings ton. , We also manufacture a very superior Corn and Feed Mill .upon the earn principle If any man will furnish me the -power so that 1 can run a ii inch pulley .160 times a minute, with 8 inch band, I will put up the Mill and run it 30 days if he will furnish me as much Wheat as 1 can grind tn thnt time. at (I per bushel and take the Flour at $ per bnrrel, I will give him the Mill for the not profits, after paying for the wlient and all th expenses of r tin nitiir, and leave the Mill in as i .1.- t : ? goou repair as lb wna nt me uei:irinin. j Address T1IO& !. MrELWKE. . A"ivlon, Tenn, References as to responsibility : Athens, Chattanooga, and JCingston. . ("The above Mills can also be purchased of C. L. K I X G, Jiiceville, Tenn. inn 1, 1853-6111-484 ' afl.OVKIt siFI'll. A small lot of fresh North- sl em Olover Hetfl lias nt-en rcrtfived. anil Is no' uf- fared for sale cheap. Jan21l 1. M. IIKNDKItSON. SUcriff's Sale. 7)V virtue of an order of sale issued from .1 J the office of the Circuit Oottt't Clerk of MeMinn county, and to me directed, I will, on Monday, tbe 1st day of March next, sell to the highest bidder, for cn.h, a Tract of Land lying in the 9th civil district, MeMinn county, Tenn., and adjoining the lands of Ste- men I'earce, U. J. Melton snd David ear, evied on as the property of Thomas M Droit- den. and sold to satisfy a judgment and costs recovered airaittst said Brogdeu bv J. L. Dab- ney iu tho Circuit Court. juiia a. uuuLiii, Mierui. Jan 29. t8S8-St-prs fee 3-488 A Store House and Lot for Sale In Itlorpantoaa . rfMIE Store House and Lot formerly owned X by Lawrence, Howard A t'-o., locnted in a business part of the town, is now. ottered for sals on accommodating terms.. .Any per son wishing to engage in the mercantile bosi; ness will Mud Morgantnn a gnoti location stir rounded bv a rich and productive country, and but two business houses, where are kept up a stock of goods, in the place. Apply to 01, JI.I.W.T, wurgsnvou, ieuu, Jan 22, 185B-2m-487 , SherilTs Sale. BY virtue of two orders issued by the Clerk' of the Cirouit Court of MeMinn enuntr, Tennessee, I will, on Monday, the 1st day of March next, oiler for aai to nignest tiiri der, for eaidi, before the Court house door !n Athens, all the undiyided interest .and claim that 8. II. Thompeoa has in' and to Thirteen Hundred and Forty Acres of Land, lying io the 18th Civil District, MoMinn eottnty, Teo nessee, adjoining th Lands of R. F. Cooke, Benjamin Cass and others. Sold to satisfy two judgments and costs, ia favor of John A. Look, obtained befor Justices of tha Peace. j.U, a. vui.ii, ouerm. Jan22. 18B8-8t-prsfeet8-87 "" Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of an order of sale leaned bv the Clerk of the Cirouit Court of MeMinn county, Tenn., I will, on Monday, the 1st day of March next, sell to th highest bidder, for cash, before the Court hous door in Athens, Tenn., all the undivided interest and claim that It R. Thompson has in and to Thirteen Huudred and Forty Aerss of Land, lying In th JSlh Civil Dtalriot, MtsMinn ounty('len nessee, adjoining th Lands of R. F. Cooke, Benjamin Cass and others. Sold to satisfy one judgment and costs, obtained against said Thompson befor 1L J. Brock, Esq., in favor of John A. Long. . JtHi A. uww i , tjueriu. Jan 22, 18J8-3t-prs fe 3-iS1 Swan & Co's Lotteries, A VTIIORIZElf BY TUKS7A TE OF VEOIMIA. $70,000 ! for Ten Dollars! The following Scheme wilt be drawn by S. Swis ft Co., Manarers of the Sparta Academy Lottery. In each or their tiagia Nunshee Lotwrses for IVWaary . laAo, at ACUL'STA, lieorria. ia public, aaJef aa sutxriuunil enca 4if Catnoiissivaera. CLASS 1, - To be draw In the ettysf Aiaftrts.f)or;ls,lB public, on Saturday, February (ih, ,.in cIat- ' Te bedrawa In th city af Augusta, Ga.. la pabllc,oa Baturdar, February l.llli, ls54. e. -1 r..' T.OLAPK.t - t "-t..-TI To he ilrawn In theeisy 'of (itg.ita.fleorrla,la public) an paturoay, renrtiary wis, . i .e .Qaa, .l it . a To b drawn- la the city mt Aagwata. fieorgia, la puMIe, on tturd.y, Pebruary -JTlh, On the IMun nf ftlut;!! r(u lube raw ' 0,4orj Prizosj!. ytarlfont PrO io Ectry Tftne TtittUT 3VIna;llltloont Holiomo ! To me drawn each 8aturJay Io FvUruarvI 1 Prise of f7ii.Hii 4 Prla of agon 1 do ai.im.il 4 do sun 1 do HMNm . 4 do ;,m 1 do t,,in 4 d soil 1 do 4.0OI1 Nl do . .iti 1, ilq aoOO' IW do ..' J..'i list do 1i 1 do 4 do ii .......... l,uvqi!io do .lti Approximution Prlxea. 4 prises of 4on.tujiroxhnatlngtof;i),ni0 are tl.noo 4 do Hnnapuroxlmatitif to .-fci.mku ar 1, 4 do xiHiapproximatins to ln.iNtffare Nat 4 do tt approximating to A.ftoear. fKl 4 do- Hsiapproxlmatiiirw 4,ll"0ar. 4Ml 4 (to - . apiH-oxtmatinx la 8,tMlare Hml 4 do - fto approxtntalitif to lotiare yal 5,000 do . SUar. -..tUA.IHSI 3,4 tf 3 I rlies.araouiitinr to 3i O.OOO or TiiK Lorrtiir. The nutnhersfrmn t to RO.OOO.cnrrespondin with tho.. numbers on th. Tickets, printed on separate slips of paper, ara enclr.led in small sin tuhee-and placed in ou. wheel, lire first 4? Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are phiceri in another wheel. The wheels ar. then revolved, and a number is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the aame ttme a 1-rise is drawn iroin the other wheel. The number am! Prise drawn outare opened and .ahibiled to the audi ence, and registered by the Comnissoo.rs; tha Prise Deing piaoea asatnsl the number drawn. This opera tiop iarenealeduntilallthePriseearedrawnont. vr ' ArrsoxiMirtoN Phiem. The Iwn preceding and the two succeeiling nnmberstn those drawing the first 7 rrnes win De entitled to the V approximation Prises For example: If Ticket No. II2&II draws the 7H,I" Prise, thoseTlckets numbered Hj4i,1IIM,ll!tAl, 112."S. will each he entitled to WO. If Ticket No. fk'KI draws the 'l,0Wi Price, those Tickets numbered Hh.MK.Vil, 552, will each be eatltled to ou, snd so on according to the above scheme. Theft.lHM Prisesof 2" will he dctermlnerl ly the last flgureof thcnamberwhichdrawslheS7ll,l0. For ex ample. If the number drawing the "n,IK0 Prise ends with No. 1. then all the Tickets where the number ends with 1 will be entitled to ti If thenuuiherends with No. 2. then all the Tickets where the number ends with J will he entitled tn ,'-", and so on to U. Certificate of Pa, Jtiiget will be sold at the following raiasi wnicn ts tnerisa : . Oertiflcateof PackageoMO WholeTickets 0 " .- ,j " . -. 10 Half 4n 10 Quarter :eO " 10 Eighth " 10 In Ordr-rinar Ticket or Ccrlif Icntcs, Eelose the mone to our address for the Tickets or dtred, on receipt of which they will be forwarded hy' first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they may designate. The list of Drawn Numbers and Prllos will he sent to purchasers immediately after the drniripg.' -T Puachasers will plewie writ their signaturesptaln, and give liicir Foal umce, uoiinty and state, t f ' ' Heraeinlier that every prise is drawn, aad pay able In full without deduction, v. i - . -All Prices of sl.ood and iimfer'.psld Immediate ly after thedrawlng otherl'rlses at the usual lime of thirty uuys. AllcommunlcatlonsslrlctlyconfldentlHl. Address orders forTlckets or Certlfieatesto . . Jnne.Vly-4M ' S.MTAS CO., Atunnts, 0s: tv Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., r At lanta, da., can itar their orders filled, and save time, by addressing 3. Paan 1 Co., at either of those cities. fav A 111 of the numbers that are draws from tha wheel, with the amount of th. prise that each Is enti tled Io, will be published after every drawing, in th. following piipers: New Orleans Delta, Mobile rtegister, Charleston stnuil.-ird, Nnshville Gaset'e, Atlanta In telligencer, New York Weekly flay Hook, Pavannah Mornlnr News. Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch and Paulding (Miss.) Clarion. Sewing Machine for Sale, ' AVEItY fine one, of Wheeler Wilson's make will do Uie work of ten In a da)-. 11. 0. COOKK. . Jan l.'t If lfl "W rapping Papor. -s f 4 KFAMH just received and for sal. eheap. Wf3jn ti i. M. IIKXDKKSOX. Mrs. Cooke's School. 'I'llK Spring anil "uminer Kesslon of Mrs. Cooke's Hchitol will commence on Monday, February 22d, next, to continue twenty weeks. Terms as usual. Jan l&-ot-4o - i , NEW FIRM. J. M. nORTONV P. L. BRYAN. BHKO. leave in announce to their friends that they have formed a psrtiiership for the purpose of car rying tin the .Mercantile llusiuess, as dealers la I3x-y G-oocl, cfco.. In the house formerly occupied by X. 0. Morton k Co., under the name and style or llOltTlfV V II K V A Jim H- Jan8-1-4!J , . . . Ii A ll I'S Rhoex. Jusl received, a fresh lot of J Ladies Hoots, of ditfereut qualities low down for cli or short credit, at . HOItTUN ; UKYAN'S. C-1 lUM'DIHi:. New Orleans ""gar and Mo aT hisses, new crop, as nice an article as was ever brought to this market, for sale by .... - JanjS HOrtTOX A llltYAS . . Head t Tlxlsa t - r "WrtOM th. first any of January, l, ww mdhrlt B' the Awt MutUl Credit .Wslem, and will not srll.lioods on a longer time. Ws have nn hard niii will continue Io keep S good assortment f tiocls,Tnl will sell them at very Ion- llirures. We tl ad suiall profits and quick sales to'ba the best ilan, and Viir luolto.ia Io ael I Jan 8 ' J IIOIlTONjIIlKYAN afil.OVKII Ni:i:i. We have ftn hand and for J sale, a few bushels of nice Clover Seed. Jau HOIITON A ltllYAN. V .M.Ol It.-We hare on hand and will continue to keep for sale, a good article or rinur.' ' Jau S HOlt ION BRYAN. j ' THE . Shoals and Quicksands of Youth. Jiiat a'ublialicd, the 3l Ktlilissn. sc ON gpermatQjrhea ar Seminal Diseases. J?5K5A scientific Trentlse on the Ireutmeiil alid. fffiifrnT perfeet cure of Nervous DehHty, Heml Jiit "a. er n( Weakness, Involuntary Kmissinns, Impotence, A-c, resulting from virions habits acquired during the critical passive from Youth to Manhood. BY DR. (TI.VKHWKI.I., Member of the Royal Ollere or Surges of England, (127,) Licentiate of the Hall, (IK'.'IJ and 8(1 years Resident Practitioner In London; Author of the (luhle to Health," "(treen llonk'Mlow to he llup- ?y," "Memoirs of Wngle and Married Life," Ac, his sdiall, but highly valuable Treatise, written by a world renowned Physician and Surgeon, points out the onlv sure and pennanent cure for all diseases re sulting from srlf-ahuse, and is the only publication of lis kind written In a benevolent spirit and by a scien tific man. It should be In the hands of all who value their life and health and happiness here and hereafter. Price 1 cents, or 4 stamps, at th ri-celpf of which It will hr sent, pot rrco, ami-well' secured, y Dr. Ull. KLINE, No. 42 1st Avenue, Box 4ld, New York. OotS ly 471 , . fr- f - Sheriff's Sale. BY virtuje'of an ordt'r'orjale Sasuerl ly tbe Clerk of th Cneuit Court of ' Mc.Minn county, Taiinepse, 1 will, on Monday, the 1st day of March next, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at, the Court boi door jo Athens, the Tract or Parcel of tand ,on which Km manda liitx uie now lives, lying in the J 1th Civil' restrict,' MeMinn comity,' Tennessee, and adjoining the lands of Alexander Green, Robert Reynolds and olhers. Sold I to satisfy a judgment. 4hd, dusts obtained before G. W. Kii ksey, Fi)A in as of L. J. Parri 4. Co.; nifhinst llnitui Haynie, . JuIIN A. GOUI.DY, Sheriff Jnn 22, 18.'i8-8t-pr fee 18-487 tl 4 IiaurrrY Court at Allien. ,, .James L. Uauey, i .1 ,..' ( '- .'t- : Mary llaney.- ' IN this eaiiss it appears from an allegation in th bill riled in this ease for a divorce, which is sworn to, that Mary llaney, tli. de fendant is a non resident of the Slate of Ten nessee, it i therefore ordered that publication be mad in the Athens Post, a newspaer inililished id the town of Athens, eouuty of MeMinn, Stats of Tennessee, for ,!our succes sive weeks, requiring the said Maty llaney to make her personal appearance al our next Court of Chancery, to be hir.lin' st. Athens aforesaid, on theSd Monday of February next, to plead, answer, or demur to said hill, or the same will be taken as confessed and u-ooeed-.d on acordingly. WM. LOWRY, 0. it it. Jan 22, 185S-4t-prs fe I4-4S7 Tl and Mhrel Iron. Just riv.d snd for sals cheap tor cash, by Jsa li 0. W. KOcS. I bsmcrtTlturf sat UataJtittsrlaaw Traw Burlou Lcutv, 11. W Shirley aud R. K. Gil- v Wm. (.TIorf . iohn Uhea an4 others. ITappearixg- fr-m th. allegsliiiii ia com plaiaaul liill.'icspotideiit. Johsi Khea, is a non restJeut of the rtlst of Tenaaise,rs that th ordinary plWs et the t uurl sn not Im eel ved uis him. it is therefor order ed that pnbliravion be made Weekly, for four successive wet-ks, in th Athens t'a.l, a uewa paper pul.lished ia t. town f Atheife, Tn oessee, renuirinn said respondent to appear ai a i ua n ce ry voiisi, m n ncm at. so. wiwi liooae in thetows) ofVa'hirictan, on the 1st Wednesday after the 4lh , Uoudsy of April next, and answer eomplamanls oll, or jwl;T tiaat f rccia4 vifl l tl;;igiintjiiii; aud the cause set fir h'nrln r'i ftrtt. JOHN I. 'CHATHN. C P .':. .XX f!UX.nfij P.I.'Tf-ri, fiet fify.0 Jan !2,183S-4l-pri fee 8-117' ' " a..ii A,.Clay, ,jj-a t.- - V 'VS. ' .SMli'S A Win. S. Horr;F. P. Stanton,' John Rhea' "and '' '" ' . r olhers. .. , , IT appearing from tho allegations in com plainanl's bill that respondents 7. 1.' Sisntou aud John Rhea are non-residents of the Klate of Teiunswo, so that; the ordinary prtxtess f tha Coi.irJ. san not ti senrol ,uppa) them, It is therefore ordered that publication b -made weekly; for fotir snewssive weeks, iri th Alliens 1'o'st, a newspaper published In tb town of Alliens, Tennessee, requiring ssid respondents to appear at a Chancery Court, Io t e held at the C'onrt-honse in the town of Washington, on the 1st Wednesday after the 4th Monilsvof April next, and nnswer com plainnnt'a bill, or judifmt-nt. T onro will ie t,ukei against them and the canse set for hearing' ex parte. ' - JOHN D. CHATTIXt?. d M.' , ' . By F. J. Pain's, Deputy. ' Jan 22, 16iR-4t-pr fee fS-487 Mount; Harmony Ilib School. pitE Third aessl.n of this Institution will .ommeucs oa Monduy, January 4th, next. TEP.V.S, per .SesWoa or" 81 veelt. puimhU one -half . ikifuhvciiso pueiNos ui ctom vj Oram's. Spelling, Resdingand Writing, per arhalur I.Voo (eography, Kngll.ih (Irammar.and Arithmetic.... B.IKI Math.muties and Natural Sciences 10,(1(1 Contingent Fee, in advance .-. ' " Boarding in good families, vonr.iiienlUi the school, (washing and lights eitra,) V week 1,25 No student admitted for less tastn alf session, and no deduction fur loot time, e&cept In ease of protracted sickness. 8. P. UALK, Pr'pl. Pee lS.lW?-m-41J P. 8. The present session wilt close, wltfr a Public Examination ot students, on TkHndaytUk Deaember rail, the public are respectfully invited to attend. 8. P. 11 IWIIJ. give the highest market price few all good Fur Skins that may 4k offered between this snd tlx 1st or March next such as Otier, Miuk, Fox.X'u.n, t)pa som, c. Dccl ., . ' 0. W.'ltOSS. t SACKS 8A1.T oaliand and tor sale hv . (Nov.lHJ 8. K. KEKUKK. riU 'lO I IIY H:n.- SmwrlTJt Fresh Timo ja. O.J 8W an baud and (or sals by- ( ( . K. IIEF.DFI. Notice, A IX persons Indebted tn the late firm of P. If KEITII ia ('O., are hereby notified that further Indnlgeu'ce cnu mt he extended to them. The legal representatives of p. II. Keith, dee'd, haw directed that th. vusinea. of said firm be closer1 up without further delay. .We have no discretion shout It. Now please pny what yon are owing aald Arm, and save yourselves costs, snd sis the unpleasant diity of placing yuur notes In the hands: oi a coiiemug nmrer. . A. li. KM I II, Oct 80, 1867-tf-475 ' ' A. BAItTAIN, RAtiKl II n ara I We 'want ta buy tti.iKiO lbs. tags, for wiiicli we will pay anvtlrlng in store. Jan 8 II0RTON A BIIYAX: New Wagon Maker's Shop. tvntfk AVrfe of t,4 Bridge, Atheua, Tenn.. , 18 prepared to make all kinds of Wagons, on short notice and In the best style from a Wheelbarrow up to the largest Itnad Wagon. ' All new work''warrant ed. AH kinds of Repairing don. on sltort notice, and with the best material, tall hi, gentlemen, and Judge for yourselves. , He would be thankful for fhe ueeifful due for work already done. r..,-, i.ij ... . , Jan MM3 XClxxs'tw Salt. -al fl 1'IIIA Jut received a Ml k,r sales the bar-' M r r ' rel or retail, mtrictlyJorraHh. I . t ' 1 1 L I Jun 8 J.M. IIKfCllFRHON. Important 'oflcc... . , f aUIF. subscribers hereby notify all persons Indebted JL to them that they MMf come up and This is no "newnptiper dmi"Ho lw passed by as lute words hut they mean Just whnt they sav, and all who neg lect to heed the sstiee will hav. " wi-t muy dit," or some other k.ea scanted oltlcer put on their trull. Dec 4 . , fiKlUHIN HUlUiitllV.'- W llORt. AM. who owe me ean pay tn good merchantable Wheat, delivered in the Depot at Athens, at the highest market price. Dec II 8. K. IIKKDklt. Olotbinell' i ;, I HAVE Just received a beautiful lot of Ready-Made Clothing, which 1 will sell cl.rap lor cash. Oct UKO. W. 1109. DliADEI.UK Si LOWtiV,- nAVR Just received and opened their large and well selected stock ef - '' - ' Fall and Wintc . Goods!..'; consisting of a variety of articles, embracing a federal asKiirtineiit of Dry (inods, Groceries, Keaiy-lnale tiutiiing, nuts anil l aps, Uoots and fhoes, - ,Hdi- t'lttirr Iri-M ;ocli. of every description to an exaniinathm of all which they iuvite llije comuiuuliy, . ,.. . - tkptxl Forest Hill Academy. C. fc. VORK, l'rlntipal. ' ' rpilK Winter Session of this Institution will open on Monday, 14th September. Term of mission Ho weeks. ' 'lultinnl First Class t.. ................. ..B.no Pi-cond " , B.ial Tl.ir.l 1..hi Payalde one-half In advance. No pupil permitted to enter the ftchnol without a Ticket signed by Secretary. No deduction made for lost time, unless in case of pro tracted sickness. A contingent fee of (1 per session win ue cuargei!. . , ny uruer OI Uie IKiaril. Sept ll-lf-WW TH(W. A. CLKAOR, Sec' Stoves! Stoves ! Stoves ! AT . ufV. tlioiiH Fouudry . AllieiiN, I'l iiii. gT0W making aud on hand, vnrious slscs of Slims. JlI The dremit, Iowa. Kansas and Indiana t'ook; Magic Parlor, Open Franklin, Kix Plate or li.ix,and Ten Plate eitoves. The above Stoves ar. th. very latest aud most iuiprovcd styles. For durability and simplicity of construction there are none e(unl. fold ol It) per cent, less than can he purcha-cd elsewhere. ; .1.0. KIMMfciKMAN'f Proprietor. Zi I JE ,23 . .Zr X X X S - , .; ,' -Au -. v pi,(pnlx IJKtm; ' ; ' TWVP. hes"i FAMILY MljUIOINB sow befor. the piib- M. lie, for the cure of Scrofula, I'lcers, Scurvy, or HrupUon. of th tlkla, Fever and Ague, 'Dyspepsia, Dropsy, aud in fact uostdiseasea nn yield ts their cc rative properties..-, . . : 1 It has been coihputed that during th. last twenty flv. years upwards of Four Millions of persons have been .nefiie.l by the am af these edtuliieaYa'fa.t which speaks volumes Iu favor otthen- carat n. proiafr tles a single tri ll will place llielll beyond Ihe roach of competliloii In Ihe estimate of every patient. Vy their use tli. Illooet Is restored la a healthy atute ami freed from all Impurities. The system is not reduced during their operation, hut Invigorated, and they ref uu. no restraint from hu.lness or pleasure. The alttlotcd have in these medicines a remedy that will do for them all that medicine cau possibly .fleet. Prepared ky W, l. Mollct, M. It., Proprietor, New York. ' ' For sale In Athens by GF.O. W. ROH9. Decl-ly-.) ... . i. ,. .-.I. .1 . in limi i'liiilnli The Last Call." Vl.I. persons Indebted tn us, eltheT Bf long or short standing, who fail to pay u. Ixtor. th. 1st day af February, 1-v'n, will llnd their Notes nd Accounts i the hands ot oolleotlng otlicer., wtth positive Instruct lions in take nothing but or miter. Wn mean Jual what we say, and will tak. Jodgssenls agalusl all, Wlinoui lavoror auccuou, woo ".h 10 comply. W.o. iioiituN a CO: A'htna, IXe.lS, 1S&74M-4I ; TT" Tniiuary X. XOfia. ", tE request all persons Indebted to us to settle sam. ' enorlwfnr. 1st Januarynext. Wewill UkeOood Wheat at Ihe regular market pries. ' ' . . U.clx.'M A. CLE AUR 00. ... Notice, 'i.-T-7""' TnitsuhKrrll'erlflst, short tlms ago, a HOTR of hand aa Alien Cochran lor n. h undred and v. dollars, dated 6th ef evptenhar, stu ail, monihs after dale. All persons ar. hereby cautioned against trading for raid Not.. Jau ill, loi-t-4! flU. P. WILSON. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, ATIIC.sl and K O V 1 1. 1.I., T E ! '. WE tak. tlx liberty of salrhif ih. attention or the nubile Io our slock ef all enpUons of Wagoua made a Hi. preKal day cvosuuiug, ia part, al Us foliuwing: - . 1 COACH, 011 CLOSE CARRIAGES, Of Ike latest rtyle made substantial, trimmed irlt Ihe Sact .nj 100.1 aaraSIr Iriaoaiaga; with hamrnM' seat, aud extra line full Filter plait, dour with sash and blinds, oat and inside jacket. PKKLIX KOCKAWArS. Th Uocfc.Mra.Ti xrv fot p In tltrCIo? Cjurin- orlrr. with Am Jutiuiner ttut forUrlrtr.fnti plntr; bo.lj mi q tliree spriurr, trtumifti ricliljr. TUitu t.l ia pricti ftotenitJ'f fiiUh. . . SKJKIit'H'ON-DOOR ROCKAWAY Mide TryubtMtll, wth ftol nn4 ltn' froat M4jU.ti-r up 1 wood or ka titer tiaalt plaud Ana au4 TSlx'snATElj'. ROCKAWAT. 'frnii ef itiU style, got tip with permanent ouuiile nst., In form of a Close Carriaw'c, and otters with elevated shiliinf trai4af Wily etn.thra sprluaw; fall plated. - ' ' . iJ( Tiiru-ovcr Srat Ito Kat. mj. . Made light for one borar ; front' seat ta tura ava acainsl tlie dasji ; triaisaed on both sides. LIC. 1IT .SIX SEAT ROCKATYAY. There Sre go! up fine and very subs tsntlal, with hook oh seat Tor driver tn front and drop eurtaits. Csa hs easily shifted Into a four lest Itockawsy. .'KOUJl SEAT ROCKAWAY. Of llil onler tiW are a Tarfetr of iialtcrntaoni flninhrd rrry Hue, Mint 4ju Tric ftcevrdinf 10 9tfl and finish. .KxtrnalAn Mldcrteatrt RnfffTt M'Uh Tt1? ami dhaft two drntt can 1 1 nhiftpfi Inta one; trlmm-! fltie, Price arcordlnp- Iu ttrlr ant) On lib. , HALF TOP ShllE-SEATKf) liUOGY. Uaile Hfht lrvmff flne, with in!e and shaft. Top I3iKKy. We hare a Tartrty f Trtp HnrrtvKfHit and anal IxMliea ; wo and leather tlaahea : leather tan: natanft Mid riaia axe; enveied and plain kodiei. l'rica v- ryitifc arrortintf in iyie aim nmsn. wifVt4 Silver I'taied llarntla to t?urTritt1a - ' HICKORY NO TOP RUGOYS. ' Our finest styles are mads sf Hickory entirely, aud varnished with.at palming. . HICKORY SIIlK SI'IIINO nUGGYS,. Mad. of Hickory very Ilgbf and fine. CONCORD BUGGYS. We have a lartre lut of there Bufrri on the way and In the wurkt. M'v at-ll morj of them than of any othar kiud, from Uie fact that thejr run IrfHter than any ather Buirpy nmilr In America. Livtry ruta prefer them t any utlier. We have them pot up liKlitand uhatantiaJ, with plated .latdh kr wpenr. two Itoraet wtth al aud aUafia, villi hack vr no hack, top or no top. NO TOP BUGGYS, Of all styles, fashion! and finish. I'rlce according la style and finish. ; KO TOP RUDR-SEATED BUGGYS, Made to slid, back and turn up on other seat. HACK "WAGONS, WITH TOP, k fhree setts asd. three aprlsgs, for carrying pas sf ngers; wlih brake, and rack for baggage, st.:is so both shlea, middle .eat i turn each wav, and railroad hues. These Hacks ara mad. "jam up," and need far all purpo.ic (1, , , , . .. . I.ikIiI IlncksH orfsmlly Watrona. On three prlnfs4wo .eats, pole and shafts. " T omoy Wnitoiiai, Made light for one tioi so sldftlog ton; two seats: trimmed with leather: plated dash: snug Job, for small family. - PLANTATION .WAGONS. Iran stl. Wagons for two, ftinrand six horses rnsds at ties Nona, oi the nest Unities. Itun light and slsud longer thanduy oilier Wagon. i i t KO TOP PLANTATION WAGONS, ' IVIlti tioily, and three springs and two sents. Wa haVoa few of these Wagons on Ihe way; body eight and a half or nine feet long; a Arst rate Wagon for ever purposv. . .i Our stock wns made to order, North, aud having many advantages Iu gelling up work, with tome experience iu thehnslhess, we flatter ourselves that we can furnish our patrons with good, substantial work, that we will warrant, and al aa low price as ean be bought any where, North or Pouth. We Invite those wanting any Ihiiig In our liue ta call and examine our slock. Those who can mil Cuiivenietlycall can write tis, describing the article they want, and we will give elcr altenliou to their order. We furnish llnrne.i .ml Whin with all jobs we sell. Special orders filled al n or an days. Oct lS-ly-4IH . 1IIUIMUS A I'llll.UPa. I4IST. A Land Warrant for 6(1 acres. No. 42.4M, J issued to ilieliaril Jones, "Aot of March, loftft," and belonging to me by assigunicnt, a. mailed ta Hweeney, Ititteiilieiio, Kuiit A Co., Washington City, Inst December, and haa not sine, becu heard of. A suitnhle reward will be given for Its recovers. Atlieninec 2 17-111-4-8 A. Ili KELDIX. In(li'iirr Una Hurl llrr rrrfeel t rk. LL thoae Indebted to me would do well Io come up on or before the Isi day of Jsnnary, IsM. Yoa lusiy save cost. And take further notice, thai no mora accounts will he made after that day; so. If Ton want auy Uilng In the way of medicine, you had Setter bring the cash ou ii a .wait ariicie, in. cuange. V U. BVRN8. D.c as Land Surveying! Tlllra ICinm'iiril Itrrela vlale PL A AS AXU KSTIM1TR.1 FOK T UK MOST A P. tkvvku jutinFs or a i.r. kixps or .t CtJi DAM8 AM) MII.W LAID OCT Iflarliiiu-r- I'Ht Vp nnd VorkerI I Orders for the above nromtitlr atfemled. and If f mall direct "Athena, Tenn." C. A. I'llllCTOU. Oct l-if-7.1 .t'ook.Out! ... tV'V'islltVillal the old Kepot In Loudon, Tean., sa " Muturdar, th. With fehrnary next, FimrUtm Share io . Kasi Tennessee A Georgia Hall ll...,i. Also, all tlietalln that th. heirs of .lames Johnston. deoM, has to Lands in Texas. A t-rnllt of tit months will n giren on all but Kh per cent., by purchasers sir. lug bond with approved sccurllv. ' JA. JOIIKflTOsf, 4 J. A. JtHIVSTON, ' W. r. JOIINSTIIN, Kxerntors of Jat . Johnston, d.c'i. Jan R, irew-ftt 4Ht At.lt OF A TIIOI un iiiittcni just received by (Kept t Vt M. II I'll Ns. HA II tWA II K aad t'arirnlrr' Taala llelK'h l'iuues,Hnwa, Cliisels, Augers, Boring Ma chines, hvlli. Chain I'umps aad fixtures, (lata Hinges, Nails uml llrads, aud nearly every thing els that a workman wants, just rswired and for sale by OitM . M. w. uohh. CIO 111: nt l,ni.l. A lot nf flue Chewing Tobas. J co and Cigars, just received aud for sale by OelSW ii. W. HOPI. fJFrPKR, Splc, Ginger snd Soda, Just opened as JL i. fur sale by . Jm 9 fKIIOUN A HUilNHIIT. CI ti A 14 A lot o( No. 1 Cigars finest brand-. jiiMl received and for sale by H. K. UKKI1KK. 1JI.lV S. A Wl or Vtarbuek A Bros I'lows just received aud for sale by Celebrated duty it . H. K. ItCKDEB. ri1OII.44'4'0. fine and eheap Tohacrn, a good lot, A. . or sale by, (JyllJ fcMtoHN A III! .NCIIV. Slinrr IIIO. A large lot of American an Kua.ian ohetsl Iron jusl received and for sale by may ti (1KO. W. KOhtt. CJT lt CA Ull lot of Star Caudles, far enle al H,'eenl per Ih., si July II i i i fKIKIRN A UOHN8nT'8. Dlt.W. J. Tl CliCH'bf hole-ra Nt nip. June I'J t J . . - - WM. lll'tlNH. 4 Case of Cupping; I u at rum cm a. ia. June 111 W.M. Ut'RNI. A KK1-S1I tupplsoC IIIII 4earraMy. ' 4 Juuell .-.,..,.., , .. , , WM. Ut'RNS. ; U A IHS IF 4 Of I Hit I I. More ef IhesS oeli lirateil eiuging Hooks for sale hv ' Muylttl ,. C. . (llllfOM A CO. HOOK4J ln WTATIOM II V.Jn.l rs. oeiveil, s large sssortment of rhmil Hooka, Taper, Harrison's Ink and llnl.l, Pens, Penrlls, Ac., snd for sale hjr , , April 10 , 0KO. W. ItOHS. ' UTAWTV.nn Journeysiau Bsildlcr.of steady aud Inilustrlous hahlls, to whom coniiaal era. ploymenl and liberal wagrt will he given. Apply Irs. mediately. (Athens, April 17J E. A. ATLlK. ( i It Of 'I'll li;s.-Ju-t received a gd "ItaTlT 7f W prime fogar and Ciiff.e. Also, a Urge lot of Ih. frry heal Star and Adamantine Canilh-a, which I will ell cheap fur cash. April 14J O. W. KOfg. fiOi.t It:N. Choice Onld Hens;i.sdls Fins 1 W Oold I'cns; (Johl and Silver Cases of Om most ap proved patterns; fr.sn th. celebrated Pen manufac turers, Dawson, Warren A lfyd..Josl received and for sals low, by IFebi;) sftllllRN A MORNIUT. WAf.OX t'Olt J I.I'. 4 good Two llorss Wagon and Harness for tale low by . , Dec 19 .,, . K. tlF.IDr.R. C1I4: t Its and Tabarra. 4 fln..ssrimit I nf Clears, and a lot of the h-sl qiiallty Chewing Tobacco.lry Nov 14 IKIIOHK A HUlthhUV. . tfl.oTTllt..-a larg. stack sf Ready-Msd ) Clniliinf Jusi received asd.far aalr by act 24 A. Cl.tAtiE A CO. HOOTS ll a)iol;n.A splendid sisort. raent af Nonu snd sii.pt, received and for sal by oo' 24 , A. CLEAUI h CO. MAlting-riotti. -avTrMllErtS 4, ,,, and lA.oh hanr) snil for .alal Oel.J,'tJ MtEI ISi A OlLLEfHaV '