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CAFTIONS OF TI1E PUBLIC ACT3
reeeed at th latt session of tlie General Assembly. An Act eeding to the United Statee of America exclusive jurisdiction over certain lands, and their appurtenances, within the limit! of the State of Tennessee, and fur oth er purposes therein mentioned. An At giving further time to perfect title to land in tliii State. ... . An Act to repeal the first, third, and fourth aeclions of an aet to establish a ajsteni of pat rols, pasted February 15. 185. An Act granting administration under cer tain eireuiustaaeea. .,.. An Aet to repeal the aet of 1856, creating the office of County Judge. An Aet to prevent useless expenses in ap peals and writs of error. Ao Act to prefect abuses in Municipal Corporations. An Aet for the benefit of the Nashville and Chattanoga Railroad, and Winchester and Alabama Kailroad, and all laterals and main trunk roads. An Act to establish a Chancery Court at the town of lluntsville, in Scott county, and for other purposes. An Aet to increase the pay of Jurors of this Stat. An Aet to create the county of Requachie, in this Slate, and to change the county lines between the eonnties of Grundy and Frank lin, Marshall and Lincoln, Hardeman and UcNaiiy. An Act to repeal the 14th section of an act passed February J!8, 1856, to amend the rev enue laws, it. An Act to create the 15th Jodicial District An Act for the benefit of the Criminal Courts of Tennessee. An Aet to amend an act entitled, an act for the collection of debta agaiust counties, chap. SlO, passed Feb. lHh, 1SS6. An Act to re establish the Tippling Law. An Act on 1'uhlic Printing An Act to punish burning by slaves. An Act to amend the 1st section of an act passed February Mil, 1 850. An Act to auieud an act passed January 22, 1852. An Act to regulate the time of holding the Circuit Court in Obion and other counties. An Act to reduce into one all laws upon the subject of exempting property from exe cution and attachment in this State. An Act to establish a Law Court at Chat tanooga. An Act to give mechanics' lien priority over mortgages in certain cases. An Act to enforce the resumption of spec payments by the suspended banks, and to of fer for their acceptance certain amendments to their charters, and for other purposes. An Actio appoint commissioners to re mark the state line between lennessee and au tucky, enat of the Mississippi River. An Act to establish a Chancery Court in the town of Sneedville. An Act to authorize corporations to hold real estate, to amend the oorportion laws of the ti'Wn of Altemont, and to ameud the cor poration laws of the town of Murfieesboro'. An Act to authorize Constables to serve subpoenas in certain cases. An Act to change the time of holding the Circuit Courts in the county oi Hardin. An Aet to abolish military dutv. An Act to amend the revenue laws of thi State. An Act for the benefit of Constables. An Act to secure the collection of taxes in certain cases. An Act to repeal the proviso to the second section or an act passed 26lu February, 1852, chapter 863. An Act to regulnte the fees and enmmis eiont of Clerks and other otiioers, and lor oth er purposes. An Act impowering surveyors to qualify commissioners to partition real estate. An Act to amend an act entitled an act for the benefit of the Tennessee Hospital for tli . Insane, passed 7th February, 1856. An Act supplementary to an act passed 1st juarcn, isau, to regulate weights and mess tires in this State. An Act to amend the act of 1825, chapter 2let, and lor other purposes. An Act to amend an act requiring the sale of land and slaves to be advertised in newspaper. - An Act to establish the 16th Judicial Cir cuit. An Act to authorise courts of law to afford relief to persons exposed to the claims of two or mora adverse parties, and for other pur poses. An Act to regulate the commissioners of Revenue, Collectors and County Trustees. An act to provide counsel for the poor. An act to prevent oirouity of action in the Chanoery Court. An act to amend the act of 1856, chapter 113, entitled an act to provide a remedy in favor of private individuals against the State of Tennessee. An act to transfer the books, warrants and papers of the County Judge to the Chairman or the County Courts. An act for the relief of Sheriffs and Reve nue Collectors, who have aeoonnted for the State and County revenue. An act to amend the Mechanics' lien law, and to extend its provisions to Foundryinen and Machinists. An act to provide for the Blind School and for other purposes. An act to preserve the credit of the State. An act to secure Alenical fees under cer tain circumstances. An act fur the benefit of illegitimate chil dren. An act for the more effectual prevention of wanton and malicious mischief. An act to amend the laws with regard to Meain Mills. An aet to amend the act of 1844, chap. 92, in relation to the sale or lands for taxes. An act directory to Clerks and Assessors. An act to amend the criminal laws of Ibis State. An act to amend the act of 1849-50, chap. "J 7, sea. 2, in the absence of a county survey- er, to give the courts powei to appoint one to lay off the dower, Ac An act to extend the time for acceptance to the suspended lianks. An act to amend the act passed 1856. enti tied and to prevent incompetent persous from teaching free schools. An act for the benefit of the Deaf and Dumb, and of the Blind. An sot to allow Trusteea to resign in cer cain cases, and their securities to give them tip in oerlain cases. An act to authorize the people to call a l (invention to revise, alter, or amend til Constitution of the State of Tennessee. An act to furnish Clerks and Masters with the reports of Supreme Court and fur other purposes. An act requiring survey to be made before any change shall lierealter be made in any county line, and for other purposes. An act to provide for the adjudication of ausea in cases or incompetency ot Judges and Chancellors, to change the time of holding certain courts, and to authorize the transfer of certain criminal causes for trial to the coun ty court of Knox county. An act to provide for collecting and keep ing the public arms, and for other purposes. An act declaring it a felony to carry con cealed about the person false or skeleton keys. An act to amend the aot in relation to the punishmont of slaves. An act to protect stock from Milksick. An act to regulate taxes in incorporated towns. n act to secure lha publication of the opinions of the Supreme Court, and for other purposes. ' An act to systematize and prescribe the times and places of holding the Chancery ..imV ? l pro,'M for lh llin(t or the criminal cause, in court and pay the costs thereon, and for other purpose ttiVirVr " V". r0t,"'n of UmU l Clerks of County Courts. thl4!1 fwr?i ,,Rlion of UriH of the olhcers of the Penitentiary and for other purposes. or An ant to provide for the distribution ofde ecdanl s estate in certain eases. An aet to systematize and prescribe the time of holding the Cireflit Courts. An act to make more aeeure the rights of venders of land. An act to provide for the voluntary liqui dation of the Free Banks, and for other purposes. An act to authorize the erection of mill dams across Duck river at any point below Colombia; and to give direction to Soam, Waddle and Moses Moore bow to build their milldam across Nollechucky river. An aet to change the line between the county of Grundy and Sequacbie; Jefferson and Grainger, Van Buren and White; Dek'alb and Smith; Uutherford and Coffee; Haywood and Madison, and Anderson and Roane. An act to amend and construe the redemp tion laws of this State. An act to amend an act passed February 28, 1856, to guard against accidents on Rail roads. An act for the distribution of the public acta. An act in relation to the assessment and taxes on hired slaves. An act to fix and mark the boundary line between Tennessee and Virginia. An act directory to Railroads as to the time of atopping at the intersection of other roads. An act to defray the expenses of the Gen al Assembly. tf The Chronicle & Sentinel, Augusta, alluding to the alleged danger of a dissolu tion of the Union from the 'Kansas bubble" aaye: "The demagogues and politicul knaves who sprung it upon the country, for the pur pose of agitation and to make political capi tal, are now well understood by the great tnnsaof the intelligent men of the nation, and they will be powerless for evil, however the Lecompton Constitution may be disposed of. True, these tricksters tuny attompt tn get up an excitement, nnd to lasli the people into a aort of political furor, but so far as the South is concerned, they will not be able to muster a corporals guard to dissolve the Union upon any such issue. Intelligent men of all parties have become thoroughly disgusted with the whole matter, and are perfectly iiidiffcren whether the Lecompton Constitution ia adopt ed or rejected by Congress- so far as liny good may result to the South is concerned. The only reason why the masses desire the adoption of the Lecompton Constitution, is the hope they indulge that the question may bo localised by being transferred to the limits of Kansas for the adjudication of its people; nnd thin is the general feeling of the people. the masses of the intelligent men of both parlies at the South. New Yokk, March 26. The steamer Ni agnra, with Liverpool dates of the 13th, hns arrived. The India's advices reached Liverpool on the 12th. Sales of cotton fur the week 21,000 bales, All qualities declined i to , owing to heavy imports. Breadstuff dul!; Provisions dull Consols 9u'5n96i for money. The House of Commons met on the 12lh De Israeli announced llie reception of very satisfactory despatches from France, and the termination of the misunderstanding between the two countries. T'ho appeal of Orsini and his accomplices waa refused. Numerous arrests continue in France. ' The Ik ok Hoksr at Greenville. The track of the East Tenn. and Vn. Railroad being completed to Greenville, the locomo tive, appropriately decorated for the occasion triumphantly entered that town, on Monday Inst, to the wonder and delight or a large concourse, of the inhabitants of the anrroun ding country, who had gathered there to wit ness it. Dr. Crawford, in behalf of the ladies of Greenville, presented Mr. Grant, the En gineer, with a beautiful Hag, accompanied will some appropriate remarks. Notwithstanding the bad weather, the reception of the Iron Horse at Greenville is reported to have been a handsome and enthusiastic ulT.iir.-ZJrt.s7o Xewt. Black CuuncnEs at thb South. The African church in Richmond, Vn., where Mr. Everett, a few weeks since, delivered his ora tion on Washington, has long been the larg est church known in this country, although it is now second, in point of numbers, to the church in Beaufort, S. C, of which Rev. J. M. C. Breaker is pastor. This clergyman writes to the Examiner: "I have baptized 565 persons in the fellowship of the Baptist church at this place, (Beaufort,) within the present year, (1857,) all of w hom are color ed, but eight; and this makes the present number of its membership 3,511 probubly tint largest church in the world. Of these one hundred are white, all the rest colored." The Oldest Inhabitant. A Baton Rouge, La., paper thus notices an aged negro who died recently in that place: "He belonged to nobody in particular, and went pretty much where he pleased. He said to have been at least one hundred and twenty years old ! Mr. Onesiphoro Bernard, Sr., one of our oldest fellow citizens, nnd who is fully reliable himself some seventy ears of age says he remembered when oy, that C&'sar waa too old and infirm then to perform plantation labor. Cesar was, without doubt, our oldest inhabitant. Shocking Affair.. At Grass Valley, on tho night of the 22J Feb., Michael Brennan, formerly connected with the press in New York city, but who left two years ago for California, where he was president of the Mount Hope Mining Company, was found locked in his room, with his family all dead The Coroner's jury returned a verdict that Brennan came to hie death by taking prussic acid, administered by his own hands; that Lorinda, his wife, Ellen, Robert and Lorinda, his children came to their deaths by prussic acid administered by Michael Brennan, while laboring under temporary insanity, caused by financial embarrassments. A Moderate Man. John Mitchell thus defines his position. If it is done in serious ness, lie is certainly a very moderate man, with exceedingly immoderate views: "I am a moderate man; and confine my views for the piesent to Dissolution of the Union Revival of the African trade Amer icanization of Cuba, Central America, Mexico and the West India Islands and establish ment of a potent Southern Confederation, baaed on Slavery; that's all; as for the con quest of the Northern States, I would defer that; though, indeed, Mr. Sprstt, of Charles ton, whom I acknowledge aa mv pastor and uiater ho in American politics, has no doubt that Slavery will ultimately prevail in those at preaent too-benighted communities. and save them trnm anarchy, otherwise com ing upon them like an armed man." Singular Cause for Suicide. The Boa- ton (Mass.,) Post says: "The papers gave no cause for the suicide of Mr. Harper at Oris knnv, New York, sxctpt that he was Jastice f the Peuce." By Thursday's MaiL Washington, March 30. 9J o'clock, P. M. The Democrats, in eauc-js, have deter mined to stick to the support of the Lecomp ton Constitution. Henry W. Davis, of Maryland, and W. L. Underwood, of Ky., made decided Anti-Le-compton speeches in the House to day. The compromise committee of the House failed to agree, and the Anties w ill very probably fall back on Mr. Crittenden's amend ment on Thursday before the final vote. New York, March 30. Private advices from Venezuela, in South America, report that the government troops had been defeat ed in several actions. The English and French ministers had sent the naval forces to the river Platte. The opponents to the government were defeated in s battle near Montevideo, snd the commander, officers and all the prisoners were shot J-3T" Advices from Aspiuwnll, New Grana da, state that General Santa Anna left Cur thngena on the 12th ult. for Havana, on his way to Mexico, under tiie protection of Spain. It was said that he could only raise the sum of $3,000 on his property at Turbuco, which is vulued at a million or more. Additional News Items. Orsini and Pierri, who were ao conspiciuus in the attempt on the life of Napoleon, have been guillotin ed, and Rudio has been respited. New York, March 30. flnlesof cotton to day BOO bales ut unchanged prices. Quota tions nominal. Flour quiet. W heat improv ing, nnd corn firm. Figures of Speech. Ia his eulogy of the w hite laborers of the Northern States, one of the Ohio Senators, on Saturday, said : "It was not on the prostrate necks of such a class that the Senator from South Carolina could erect his system of society he might as well attempt to make his bed ia hell or erect his edifice over a volcano." Strong and sulphurous, thatl t-3 In ancient days, the celebrated pre cept was ''Know Thyself;" in modem times it has been supplanted by the far more fash ionable maxim, "Know thy neighbor and ev erything about him." From Rio de Janeiro. A letter dated Rio, Jan. 28, says: "The receipts of Coffee from the interior are largely on the increase, with u decided downward tendency in prices. The sickness among the shipping, which is usually brought on by the imprudent iudulgence of sailors in fruit-, drinks and other excesses rapidly decreasing. The country is quiet." f" Dutchman Coot moryer, Patrick, how you tu 7.1 Irishman Good morning till ye Mike; think ye, will we get any rain! Dutchman I guess not; ye never has much rain in ferry try dune. Irishman An' ye're light there; and thin, whenever it gets in the way of raining, not a bile u'dhry wither will we get as lung as the wet spell howlds. Chalk for Warts. Correspondent W. II. Bennett, of Warwick, R. I., informs us that by rubbing chalk frequently on warts, they will disappear. In several instances known to him in which this ainiple remedy was tried, it proved successful. We have slightly moistened pearl-nsh to remove warts by rubbing it upon them. Scientific Ameri can. First Arrival. Wm. C Witt &. Co. are receiving and opening their supply of Sprng and Summer Goods. Advertisement next week. COMMERCIAL. Augusta Market. AnoesTi, March . I band you herewith statement of our Produce Mar ket. Bacon, ho it round scarce and selling at 10V St 10lfc; sides II V f) UXc; shoulders Htte; hams dull. Id J lOVc. Laud scarce end selling 11 SJ 11 c. vm, red Me (ft 1,08; white J 1,15. Fiona, S.git (fr 5,75 for extra family, snd 4.75 6 5 for superfine, ia hugs snd barrels stock not as heavy as It hss been. C in good demand st 7a J 75c. Oats 45 fit Sue Ftoci I'usOV & 1. Fsathshs dull, 115 (tt 8fic. Pn Nirrsll 1,5. lltrrria IS lSe. Esos 12 18c. BiuwaX 25c. Yours, Terr truly, J. A. ANPLFT, Oommiuion and Product Merchant. Atlanta in ark of. Atlanta, March 2!. Since our Inst Raeon hns continued firm, notwith standing the heavy receipts from shore. Large sales have been made at 9 g$ 10c, hog round; sides, clear, 10V; hams 10V 11c; shoulders SX i r. Uhd My ft 11c. Cork in good demand at AS (fy fill,-. Vi hut dull, 80 1?4 (Nc for red and white. Fuirs dull at SJ.25 2,00 fur superfine and extra. Iiish Potato ta do sale. Very respectfully, FFAflO, ATtBOTT k CO., Co: mUrton Merchant, Atlanta, O'a. Savannah market. Savanhak, March 211. We hand you herewith statement of onr Produce market. Pince our last report the enquiry for Common and Superfine brands of Flour has been good. Corn nnd Corn Menl nre in demand. Bacon sides and Lard are also In fair request. IIacoic. clear sides lives 11 He; ribbed in v a lie: shonlders fcy & 9c; hams 11 (ii MHc. Lian, in hhls. 11 11 H"; In cans and kegs 12 Si 12Vc IIuttki. Utit ISc. Ions 15 (It 1c V doi. FLora, superfine I.V25C 5.50; estra family fl ffj s.,25 V hbl. Whsat, white 1,25 (it fl,; red SI. Ill (fi l.l.i. uorh, Do IT'S f hush., HI) rS5c. Cons Mral85 0T 0c. Psas, 56 lbs at hu.,9oe SI. OATs.Vllfi) 55c. Am.KS, dry, 24 lbs U bu., 11,50 4 1 ,00. 1 IATH SSS S I (g) 4UC. 1. w. HALT a CO., OommiMion Merchant. Notice!! TO ALL WirOM IT MA Y CONCKRK: ITIAVF. ordered sll claims due the lale Arm of P. It. KKITII A CO., to he put In a legal train for collec tion. Pay the debt when presented nnd there will be no costs. 1 hare to take this course to be able to settle the business of the estate within the time prescribed by Isw. CHAKI.Es M. KKITII, Adminiiirsior oi r. n. neun, acca. April2,lSo9-4t-u; J. C. WAKSKS o. ssnexsss. J. C. WARNER & CO., MALIK! IS Hardware, Iron, Nails, &c, Chaltanoosra Tenn., Agents for the celebrated KENTUCKY HARVESTER, riHAT ents both grain snd grass, nnd ns imprnred l for lV.s, will cut from 1 to ifci Inches high. It can he changed from a Iteaper to a Mower in less than Are minutes, and when at work the cutters can be instantly raised or lowered by the drlrer. Also, Agents for the N. Y. HAND RAKING REAPER. Miller, Wlngate k Co's Tiro and Four Mora I. ever Powers and 1 Is reals era. The most arnrored kinds of Railway Horse Powers snd Threshers, Fan Mills, Utraw Cutters, Corn 8hellers,Corn and Cob Crushers, DuPonts Rlasilng snd KIHe powder, Ac.,e. all or which we sell at Hanuiaciurers prices, with freight added. March is-tm-tl Honse and Lot for Sale at London. WILL sell, on a credit of six, twelve and eighteen months, on annreved paper, a DWELLING HOUSE, with two good rooms, and Kitchen detached from main buildintr, and a Quarter acre Lot. It is conveniently situated to water, churches, sehools, Ao. It can be bought low, as I am going West and am determined to sell. For particulars, an ply to Messrs Smith A Harden, Loudon, or to ma at Morganton, Tenn. March S4, 1I3S-2s-498 "fcTII.I.ET SEED. A few bushels for sale by HA April s i. si. HENDERSON. Cttaacerr Coart at nadiaoarUle. - - Andrew Allen, . Elizabeth Tlendersoa and her husband Mas- tin Henderson, John Scstea, it alt. IT appears from the allegations contained in the original bill filed in this eaiire, that all the above named defendants reside in the State of Texas, it is therefore ordered that publication be made iu the Athens Tost, a newspaper published in the town of Athens. McMinu count j, Tennea-ee, for four successive weeks, requiring said non resident defendants to appear at our next Court of Chancery, to be held at the Court house in tbe town of Madisonville, on tbe 1st Monday of June next, and plead, answer or demur to complainants said bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to them and aet for hearing accord ingly. J. A. COFFIN, C. r .If.. By C. B. NtAL, s. ol m. April S, 1858-41-prs 18-4,7 James II. Reagan, vs. Thomas Wallis, Mark Cadle and Lis wife Ma- linda Caule. IN this cause it appearing from the allega tions contained in the original bill filed. that Mark t'ajle and his wife Malinda Cadle reeide beyond the limits of the State of Ten nessee, it is ordered mat publication lie made in the Athens font, for fur successive weeks, requiring snid uun resideni deiendante to ap pear at the next term ol the Chancery Court, to be held at the Court house in Madisonville, Monroe count v. Tennessee, on the 1st Mon day of June, 1858, and plead, answer or de mur to complainants said till, or the same Ltvill be taken as eoufeesed and heard accord ingly. J. A COFFIN, C. d M., 14y U. ti. IVSAL, D. C. A at. April 2, 1858-4t-prs fee 3-47 Oliver Feller, v Henry Poolitlle, William Goodrich and his wife Sarah, Hugh L. McClung, R. R. Bear dtn in his own right and also as Executor, C. D. Smith, Executor of M. D. Bearden, deceased, et all. IT appearing from the original bill filed in this cause that all the above mentioned defendants are nonresidents of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publi cation be made in the Athens Post, a news paper published in the town of Athena, Mc Minn county, Tennessee, for four successive weeks, requiring said non-resident defendants to appear at the next term of the Chancery Court, to be held at the Court-house in the' town of Madisonville, Monroe county, Ten nessee, on the 1st Monday of June next, and plead, answer or demur to eomplainant's said hill, or it will be taken for confessed aa to them aud set for hearing accordingly. . J A. COFFIN, C. d- if.. By C. B. N'ial, . c. m. April 2, 1858-4t-prs fee f3 t'J7 Premium Jack. THE Premium Jack, DICK BRADLEY, will stand the present season at my plan tation on Little Tennessee River, Monroe county, ror Jennets s2o, insurance. Pasturage will he tiirmshed at 60 els. per week, and feed at f 1 per week. Diek Bradley is the largest Jack in East Tennessee; has taken the first premium at every Fair at which he has been exhibited at Knoxville in 1854; at London in 185$, and at Knoxville the same year. ' C M. MoGHEE. River Side, March 2R," 1858-2m-496 ymaxxr firm. f BT11IR undersigned hare this day bought out the firm 1 of DKAI'KIUC'K A LOU'RV.at the old stand of . II. Ballew, and respectfully ask the patronage of their friends and the public generally. Athens, March 11, laas. W.U. WITT A CU. Notice. THE undersigned hsringthls day sold their entire slock of Goods, Groceries, Ac, Ac, to W. 0. WITT k CO., take this method of returning their sineere thanks to their friends for their liberal patronage, and respectfully ask for tho new firm a continuance of the same. in AUI-.UH.U lAni ll . Athens, March 11, lSSS-tf-4!ia Irish Potatoes. A FAW bushels Early White Irish Polntoes received J. SV nnd for sale. Mar Ml J. M. UENDKRHON. Safes! Safes! THE WAY TO MA KB MONKY 18 TO SAFE IT, and I hare Just received a lot of the fery best muke of Fire and HurrUr Proof Paltimanrier Safe, of different sites, which I will nell at factory prices, with freight added. Mar I9 OKu. w. HUES sfiOFirr.l COFFEE ICOFFFF! Jusl j celved. a good lot of the very best Itio Coffee, from Hetlthnore and New Orleans. One cup of this excellent Coffee will make you dream of "Ti nts of Ease." Call soon, and bring the money with you, and you will be pleased, sure, ror sale by utu. . ku;3. mTEW OKLEANK SI G AH Jiwt received. good lot of choice sugars, and lor sale cheap for cash, by L,Mar iuj u. w. hu&j, Important Notice. TkEADERTCK A LOWRT baring sold out their in- M-W tercet in the Goods business, it is necessary that their affairs should be closed up. Therefore, all persons indebted to the Arm, either by note or account, are re quested to call and settle, and by en doing they wilt nave costs. a. ii. I'tAnaim k, Athens, March 19, 185Mf M. M. LOWKV. J. L. TI10MPSON, J. ttoruor it Iia xr, rikevllle, Tenn. WILL practice in the Courts of Bledsoe, Marlon, Sequacbie, aud Cumberland. Mar 19-ly-4!)S Valuable Farm for Sale. nPHK snlissriber will sell at public outcry, X on llie Is day of May, 1858, on the prem ises, all It is possessions on Spring Creek, Mo Minn county, six miles West of Athens, con sisting of SiX HUNDRED ACRES of LAND, some 800 acres of which is under improve ment, well watered, on which there ia a first rate Orchard, with a good Dwelling House, Out-houses, Sullies, Ac Possession of a portion of the Land, on which the Dwelling House is situated, will be given immediately. Tisms: The Land will he sold on two years' time, the pruschnaer giving bond and approved security, and a lien retained on the land until the mouev is paid. STEi'HIO.V BEDFORD. McMinn county, March 19, 1858-Sl-493 TSATjt ll,, Nh IU. Just received, s large lot of the very heat Nails, all sises, from M't up to 4ld's, aud for sale by March 12J GEO. W. HOSi. State of Trnaesses, Koane county. COUiNTY COURT. MARCU SESSION, U58. Jess J. Tatty, Adm'r, die, of Josiab Patty, deceased, r. Elizabeth Patty, widow, and others, heirs at law of Josiah Patty, dee'd. Prtition to Sfll Land to Pay Dtbtt TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court from the alienations of the petition that Raphael Pttty, Obed Patty, Oeorge Stet.hens aud wife Betsy Ann, Willis Stewart ami wife Venelia, and George Stunner, defendants in this cause, are not citizens of the State of Tennessee, whereupon, on motion of com. plainant by his solioitor, it is ordered by the Court that publication be made for four suc ceeding weeks in the Athens Post, a newspa per published in the town of Athens, Tenn., requiring said defendants to appear before the Justices of our said Court, at the Court house in Kingston, on the first Monday of June next, then and there to plead, answer or demur to said petition, or the same will be taken as confessed aa to them and aet for hearing expat It, A copy, Attest: AUSTIN L GREENE, Cltrk. March S, 1 858-4 t-prs fee $4-406 SWF.FT lelatoa. 80 bushels of Iwset Po tatoes, tor pianUuf , Juat roelr.d by March M J. M. UEN'DFRSON. COTTtlX sirei. Just received, from Lenoir k Bros., on consignment, s lot M th.lr Thread assorted numbers sud for sais by MaKh 1. M. HENDERSON. XT'vx.r fSlK.lx.a. fWTLI. slvs the hlrhest market price for sll (rood Eur an he oBeeed ketweea this and the 1 at f March asit-rsuca ss Otter, Mlbk, Eos, Oon. Opos na,ss. D ,w. KOA. Swan & Co's Lotteries, A UTHOBIZSD t T TUK ST A TS OT tiZOUQlA. $70,000 ! for Ten Dollars ! The following Scheme will be drava by 8. Ivn k Co., Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, io each of their rinrle Number Lotteries for Ap-ii, lf, at artil'STA. U.-;!, ia public, undar the supaxiuUDd ocs of Cosusataaiouert. CLASS t, to ba drava in the city of Aturuta, &.ire1a, la pabllc, oa Daturuay, apro ua, isoa. CLASS lu. Teas drawn in the city of Aurnsta. Oa, In public, oa Bamruar, aprii ivtn, Ifyja. CLASS 11, To bs drawn In the city of Aur j.ta. G--ia,la pabllc. n Daturuay, April j,ta, iv3. CLASS 11, To be draws In tha ehy of Auru.ta, Oenrtia, la public, wn oaiuraay, avpru sain, 1533. On the Plain of )isia;le Naanbera. U,40fJ PrlMal Jf tarty On FrUt U Etm Jfin TiektUl IVI,flrra.ifiosrx.t Bohemel To be drawn sack raturday tn April I 1 Prise of .irn.ooa 4 Prist of. 4 do 4 do 4 do o do do do do do do do do , WI.IHIO 8"0 7isj H) MKI SK) 15 1O0 , lU.IHKI , 6,l0 , 4,a) , S.IMH) do do do 11U(0 1,000 xuo Approximation Prises. 4 priiesof fKXUpproilmatingtol 7,nflare ft .nno 4 do 800 approiimatint; to ao.vKiara 1,100 4 do fun approximating to lu.ftnOare WKI 4 do 123spMoxi!Batitia-to 4 do loo approximating to 4 do T5 approximating to 4 do oil apnroximatiui to (MHKIars fH d.uneara sou g.oue are 800 lfiiM are m lon.uva ....320.UOO 5,0110 do Mrs &,485 l-rlses,amountiotte WhvU rtcleU tlO nltett QuarUr J. PL. A IV OF THE LOTTERY. The numhera from 1 to 50,000, correspondlna with those numbers on the Tickets, printed on separate slips of paper, are enclrsled in small tin tubes and placed in one wheel. The Ural 4.M Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are placed in another wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn from the wheel of numbera, and at the same time a Prise is drawn from the other wheel. The number and Prise drawn out are opetied and exhibited to the audi ence, and registered by the Commistoners; the Prise being placed against the number drawn. This opera tion iarepeated until all the Prises are drawn out. ArrsoxisiATloa Pallas. The two preceding and the two suceeeding numbers to those drawing the first 7 Prises will be entitled to the 3$ Approximation Priaes. For example: If Ticket No. ll'JNl draws the a'O.'HMl Priie, those Tickets numbered 1 124S, 1 1249, 1 1M, 111A3, will each be entitled to SHIM). If Ticket No. AMI draws the A40.IHXI I'rite, those Tickets numbered 54S.549. 541. b!ti. will each he entitled to ajuo, aud so oa according to tne anove scneme. The 5.IMK1 Prises of 20 will be determined bv the last figure of the number which draws the STO.noO. For ex ample, if the uumher drawing the B,7iUM0 Prise ends with No. 1 , then all the Ticketa where the number ends wlthl will be entitled to 2fl If thenumherenils with No, 4, then all the Tickets where the number ends with will be entitled to t, and so on to V. CtrttflcaU of I'arJcagu will be sold at the following rates, which is the risk : Oertiflcateof Package of 10 WhoteTlcket $10 n nan 40 10 Quarter " !0 IO Kighth 10 In Ordering- Tickets or f'rrlif iraf en. Eclose the mone to our address for the Tickets or- d.red, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they may designate. The list of Prawn Numbers and Prises will bs sent to purchasers Immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and give their Post Office, County and State. Kemembcr that every prise is drswn, and pay able in full without deduction. All Prises of 11,000 snd under, paid Immedlate y after thedra wing other Prisesst taeatual timtof thirty days. All communications strlctiyoonnrtentlal. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to Junefi-ly-4M 8. SWA V k CO., Augusta, Oa. I V7 Persons residing near Monteomery, Aia., or At lanta. Oa., can have their orders filled, and save time, by addressings. Pwan k Co., at either of those cities. CVT A list or the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the prise thnt each Is enti tled to. will he published after every drawing, in the fnllawingpapers: NewOrleans Delta, Mobile Register. Charleston Stancinnl, Nashville Gaset'e, Atlanta In telligencer, New York Weekly Day Rook, Savannah Morning News. Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch and Paulding (Miss.) Clarion. . Shelby College Lotteries OF KENTUCKY, Ton APRIL, 1858. IL FRANCE & CO.; Managers. PTRCnASEUS of Tickets will hear in mind that the Slielhy College Lotteries of Kentucky, are drawn by fMte authority and by State officers, and all schemes are eTiiinined and approved by them. f-JS Ueware of all Lotteries with extraordinary large Prises for a small cost of Tickets all such are swindles. The Manngcrs of the Sheihy College Lotteries present as hirge and frtlr schemes as ciin be made for the price of Tukets; and persons purchasing in them, If they draw s I'rUe, will certainly he paid. In the others, ev ery dollar invested Is so much thrown away. MA oyiFICKXT SCHEME for-th A PK1L GQ.GIO Capital Iriaso. Shelby i'olleire. Loltery- of Kentucky, EXTRA CLASS 110, Decided by drawing of Grand Cousolidated Lottery, Class P, To be drawn tn Baltimore City, April TTth, 1S5S. 14 Drawn Ballots in each Package of 26 Tickets. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. 1 Grand Prise of....(C2.,Mi 10 Prise of t1,H 11'rlseof 12.MKI 10 do l.fioo 1 do 1S"1 10 do :m 1 do S.Oisi 10 do 1,IK) 1 do 8,noo 100 do KH1 1 do ,IKio tK) do 4i0 1 do e.ooo 4 do 1M X do 6.IHI0 44 do 100 1 do 5,000 64 do 80 6 do 4.000 M do 60 5 do 8,lKl 5..V58 do 4 5 do 8,(XH). 28,2 do 34,41 J Prises, amounting to tl,lV,1"S Tickets 20, Halves 10, Quarters A Eighths i,NI. A package of 26 W hole Tickets, costs A-o Must ar.v 3 Risk Persons desirous of paying the risk only, csn do so, and get a Managers' Certificate of Package of Jo Wholes, for 20 Do do do W Halves,.... 140 Do do do 8i Quarters, .. 70 Do do do 20 Eighths, ... 85 Havana Flan. All the numbers put In one wheel, snd every Prise put in another. In Uiis Plsn, which Is the old-fashioned mode Of Draw ing, every Prise is drawn out. Shelby Collece Lottery ol Kenlukcy. EXTRA CLASH 114, Decided by drawing of Grand Consolidated (Havana Plan,) Extra Class 4, To he drawn io Baltimore, Md., Saturday, April 24, 1858. SO.ttOO Prlatral 40,000 Ticketa! MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS. And every Prise in full, without deduction. tjri.r .MHi) buiikmm 4 Approz. to .oo . 2S0 4 do 8 8 8 8 8 40 40 do do da do do do do do 800 150 100 80 60 50 40 20 40)1 20,000 Prises of tA determined by the Capital Prise, neing om nr r?m. Whole Tickets 10; Halves 45 ; Quarters 82,50. A Tackage of 10 Whole Tickets, costs 100 Must draw 64 Risk 'JI A Managera'Certlflcateof 14 holes where persons wish to pay the risk only, will b. sent for !MI no ao io nir .i Do do 1 Quarters, 24 Do do 14 Eighths 12 All orders for Tickets In the shove splendid Schemes ill he faithfully and promptly filled. Address your letters to T. H. lirPtURI) A AO., Box 497, Louisville, Ky. T II. HitaaiaD k Co. have been appointed hy as to fill all orders for Tickets in the Shelby College Lotteries of Kentucky. K. FRANCE k CO., Managera. Feb l-ly-491 Notice. HAVING suggested the insolvency of tha estate of Msroellus O. Wooldriilg to tha Count Court of Monro county, Tennes see, all persons having claims against said es tate ara hereby notified to file th same with th Clerk of said Court, duly authenticated as the law directs, against the 1st day of Sep temtier next, or the same will b forever barred in law and equity. d B TAYLOR, AdmV. Madisonville, March 12, 1858-4t-4t4 ar T "ACRS bast ll Io Coffee m hand and for JmJ sal by Feb 26 B. K. HERDER. Omicron. THIS thorough. lireJ Stallion wilt stand the present season at Wetmore, J "oik ounty, Tenn., at Ten Dollar. March , 15iS-lf-48 1 Prise of 4:t5,oiKI 1 do 12,000 1 do 4.ISKI 1 do 4,000 1 do g.ooO 1 do 2o0 1 do Loot) 1 do 1,500 1 do 1.1M0 1 do 1,240 1 do l.tsm 1 do I.ihso 10 do W 10 do " 100 do ' "0 Marjland State Lotteries. Caution. Itfotloe. TTBCRSONa living at a distance should b. extremely Aa. cautious of whom tbey order Lottery Tickets or Certificates of Packages of Tickets. Tho country Is flooded with bocuS and swindling Lotteries. Ivory in ducotneot ie held out to get porsons to Invest money in them. Capital Priaes of from ,0K to 440,000 head their schemes with tickets at On Dollar. 100,1110 Capital Prises are offered, tickets A.V All sack, tn every instance, are frauds ; and If aooacy Is sent M then for ticketa, it is so much thrown away without th bade-w of a chance lor getting a priao. Beware sll Lotte ries where th Capital Prila is unusually larg. In com partaaa to th prtc of tickets. In every instance where large prise, ar offered lor a small oust of tick ets, put it down as a certain fraud. The Keutiacky Slat Loturr for th benefit of th Shelby C'ullege, under our mauag.in.nt. Is th only Lot tary in the I oiled Stales which Is legally decided by th. Maryland Drawings; all other lotteries which pur port to In decided by th Maryland Drawings ar frauds. Tho "laryland State) Lotteries Purchase in th Maryland 8taU LUerls, then yon ar ur of being right. And la ordering ia th Mary land LatlariM, you ar sur f (sir and honest draw ings. On thing look to, and that h. If ya rder from any licensed vender in Baltimore, do not rciv aay but Managers' Tickata and Managers' Printed Certifies! of Package. Th Managers' Certificate bav th number, printed, and hav th lllhograpad signature of R. France k Co. No one kas a right to send his individual certificates, snd If h does It, sura thr is s fraud at th. bottom of it. R FRANC! k CO.. I'aoagars of Maryland Stat Uturiea. .b le-Atn-Ml 4 LARGE lot, crop of 115T, Jast received snd for j. sale by Jan 2U U. W. R083. ("1l.OVF.lt SFRD.-A small lot of fresh North J rn Glover Seed ha been received, snd is now of fend for sals oheap. JanxV J. M. HkSUkHSON. NEW FIRM. J. M. HORTON, P. L. BRYAN. HBF.fl lesv to announce to their friends that they have formed a partnership fur th purpos f car rying on th Mercantile busluess. as dealers in Dry Groodm, csbo., la th bouse formerly occupied by W. G. Horton k Co., under the nam and sty! ef II O It T O X & M It V A It. Jan 8-1-435 Head Tills ! IROM th first day of January, l&S, w adopt ' th .Si Mimtht Crtttit and will not sell Goods on a longer time. V'e have on band an will continue to keep a good assortment of Uoods, and will sell them at very low figures. We find small profits and quick sales to b the best plan, and Our motto is to sell t Jan 8 UORToN A BRYAN. CI.StVI.lt SF.F.I). We have on hand and for aale, a few bushels of nice Clover 8eed. Jan 8 HORTON k BRTAN. 1KO. Rand Iron, Hoop Iron, Tyr Iron, and every other kind a Blacksmith or Farmer may need. For sale by Feb 12 C. F. GIUH0N k CO. XOOO lOSO SPUING IMPORTATIONS! 3VX OUGrAN et o r.. IHSOSTgRS AND WH01.MALS DSALSSS la Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Ns. 46 Public Squsrs, N'A.sxtlxxrlllo. WE are receiving and will have ready for exhibi tion at an early day, a vary dasirabl aud care fully selected assortment of Staple V I'auicy Dry Good. Varieties, dVc. oVc. to which we cell ths attention of sll clout huyers and the trade generally. ' MORGAN k CO. Feb i-6tnS-4!4 mur.vrv t..v itf fiiidf.vr lost. 'WATOTICE Is hereby given that Bounty Land Warrant, No. 42,4fci, for Mi seres, issued to Richard Jones, 44 Act of March, 155," and assigned to the subscriber, has been lost or stolen. 1 have entered a caveat at llie General Land Olfire of the United Slates, and will ap ply to have a duplicate issue. A. McKKLDIN. F.b 2(1, lj5-6t-4!ta Wauted. ; Af nrRHKLS RED WIIKAT, to be delivered at 3f' Matthew.' Mills In the course of next week, for which 1 will pay the highest market price, cash. Feb x6 J. M. HKNUF.HSON. J I KT It eeelt'cd Collins and Pennlmsn's Axes, the best tSat arc made ; Ames'Hpades and Shovels. Al-o, Parker's fcxtrs CoUtts Mill, for sale cheap, by Feb lit GEO. W.ROSS. Cloalnr; Out, Oliefip. 1HAVE on hand a large lot of Printed DeUlnes and Tliihhet Cloths, and a fine lot of the very best Hhawls, which 1 will close out at cost and frelghte, for the cash. Call and examine at Feb 1HJ GEO. W. ROSS'. ST.4R CANIH.FM Of the very best brsnds. Just received and for ssle eheap, by th box or pound, by Feb 19J GEO. W. ROSS. Forest Hill Academy, V. L. YORK, Principal. THE Fprlng Passion of this Institution will open en Mondy,z2dPebrusry tnst. Term of Session, twenty weeks. Tuition: First Class I, 00 Hecond " 4,00 Third 14.P0 Payahl opt-half In advanc. No pupil permitted to enter the Pchool without a Ticket signed hy Secretary. No deduction made for lost time, unless In case of pro tracted sickness. A contingent foe of f.1 per session will be charged. By order of the Roard. Feb ItMMDl THUS. A. CI.EAOE.Sec'y. Urrit HEiTJItW I' V. Bills of the Ranks of Tasewell, Claiborne, Trenton, Jefferson, Shel by vllle, Lawrencehurg and Knoxville, will be taken at 75 cents per dollar for goods, and 70 centa in payment of debts. Persons owing us will do well to avail them selves of this opportunity to pny in uncurrent funds. Feb 19 8EIIORN HOKNPUY. Foabody Corn. T HAVKinst recel ed a small lot of this new and ex- traordinary sjiecleo of Corn. It is put up in half busliel, peck an quart sacks. It la well suited to field or garden culture. Call and get some of it before It Is all gone. Feb K4 J. M. HENDERSON. UNCntltEIMT 5IOETi I ' tak either for debts or goods, the following Ranks at par : Hank of Knoxville and Rank of Datidrhlg; and th Ranks of Jefferson, Claiborne, Tasewell, Trenton, Hhel hyville, Lawrcnceburg, and Nashville, at 75 cents on the dollar. Feb s GEO. W. RUSS. Oardoii Soeda). ff TFT received and for sale, a large lot of Onrdra Seeds, all kinds, by UORTON A DltYAN. Feb 11 sr Bt8. CHINKS RtTGAR CANE SREP-freih snd J pure received and ror sale. Fob 6 J. M. HENDERSON. Sll 4 It I for sale IIIAHF'S ItlfXE.-0ns of Bharpe's Rifles KKsUIERD ileal fltn I lltOi l Just received, one csr Insd Iron Rar, Hand, Round, Pquar, Horse-Shoe, Plow plate, Nail-rod, Ac all aort and sixes for sale bv Feb 5 1- M. HENDERSON. Sewing Machine for Sale, 4 VERY fine one, of Wheeler k Wilson's make will j. l dothe work oi tea in a aay. Jan 14 tf 4H6 rA dothe work of tea In a day. 11. U. COOKE. -si gf RKAMS Just received and for sal cheap, Janm J. M. HENDERSON. BOOTS) and Shore. A superior lot just re ceived, SI Fehlii OIUHIIN'8. ''VOOTSI and Shoes.-1 hsv Just received a Jl m first rate lot of lloots and Shoe, of all siaes, and will sell them cheap for the cash. Those needing the article would do well to call on G. W. ROMS. Feb 5 10 by RO.TES Ririr Oondlc.on hand and for sal either hy th ha or retail, low far cash, Feb 25 B. K. REEIIK I. (roeerie. TrT received, direct from New Orleans, and for sale, cheap for Oath or I'roJuat, Uis following lot ef Groceries, to wit : 15 bags prim Rio Cnffr. j i Rhhds. ' Brown Sugar 1 " Clarified " 4 hhls. " Molasses; 15halfbbls. " March 5 J. M. HENDERSON. my EST quality Cheing Tobacco n hand and for MM sal ky Fckse . k. REEnr.fi. Ig MILS, snd half bhla. best quality New Orleans 9W Vlolaaaea. Just received and tor sale low foreah,by Feb'44 6. K. REEDEK. OnHDS. very best quality as crop Si u car. lust received and for sal by B. K. HIKUKK. Notice to Farmers. I WILL Mil, en th Iral Monday ef April, an th premi.es. In the town of Athens, to the highest bid der, a good lot of FAHMiNO TOOLS, such as Plows, Cultivators, Harrawt, Hew Bears, AY r.b 1. 1. imrDZR. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, ATHENS mm K.OX Vll.Li:. TF.XX. Uk. the liberty ef calling the attention of the v public to ur stock of all de.criptiou.of Wsgons made at th preaent day- on.i.iu g, in part, ef la vuewwg ; COACH, or CLOSE CARKIAOES, Of th latest style snsde ahstantial, trimmed with the finest and moat dor able trimming.; with hammar seat, and extra an lull Silver plate; door with k and Minds, ml aud inside Jacket. BERLIN KOCKAWAYS. These Rnekaways are got op In theftm Carvlarrdr, with fin hammer seat for driver, full plate; body mi m three spri.in; trimmed richly. This rtkt varies lu price according I finish. SKELETON-DOOR ROCKA'WAY Mad vary substantial, with pole and ahans; front seat t turn up ; weed er leather dash; plated An aud nasi. SIX SEATED ROCKA'WAY. Borne of thlssiiic. got op with permanent eetsi.le seat. In form of a CksaeCarriage, aud otbers with alrvated shifting front teat ; body set ou tbre tprlugs ) full plated. Tura-oTer Seat norkairay. Mad light for one hone ; front seat to turn vr agalnat th daah ; trimmed on both sids. LIGHT SIX SEAT ROCK A WAY. TtM Art coi irn One atnd Terr ttihattntial, with hook on et for drfrpr iu front and drop curuitt. Cab tMiljihifWd into four nat Kockawaj. FOUR SEAT ROCKA'WAY. Of this order thrt are a varletr of untt-rni aoma AaUliPd very flue.aotne plain. Trice according to iljia and fiottth With Tvolean, ihf two arata can ba ahiftad Inta ona : lrimmd fine. Price acoortiinc to atrtr aud flntah. HALF TOP SLIDE-SEATED IiUGGY, af ado light trimmed fine, vfth pole and ihafla. Top dissyt. We hare a variety of Ton Ruirv. -boot and Tnot bodiea ; wood and leather dt.nl.ef : kathr topn; pa tout and plain axrla; cofrd and pin. in bodiea. Prtct fa tying aerr.rdli.tr to vt.vle and flnith. Uood Hilver IMated Harncaa to correspond. HICKORY NO T0r BUGGYS. Our finest slvles are made of nickarv .ntlrslv. snd varnlh.d without painting. t nrt'KouY side smixo bcgqts, Aladenr Hickory very light and line. CONCORD BUGGYS. We hare a large lot of these Ituggvs on ths wav and tn the works. We sell more of thein than of any other kind, from the fact that they run lighter than sny other Vuggy made in America. I.lvery men prefer them to any other. We have them got up light aud suhatanttal. with p'.ated dash, for une ur two horses, with oola aud shafts, with hack or no hack, top or no top. NO TO! BUGGYS, Of all styles, fashions and finish. Pries aocordlnf te style and finish. NO TOP SLIDE-SKATED BUGGYS, Made to slide back snd turn up on other seat. HACK WAGONS, WITH TOP, With three seats snd three springs, for csrrying pss sengers; with brake, and rack for baggage, slo.is on both sides, middle scat t. turn each way, and railroad bacs. These Hacks are made" Jaai up," and used for all purposes. I.lirhl llnrksj, ar Fatniljr Uagons, On three springs two seats, pole snd shafts. Joraoy WaftoMni, Made light for one horse shifting top: two seats; trimmed with leather; plated dash; auug job, fot small family. PLANTATION WAGONS. Iron sale Warmia for two, four and six horses msd st the Nrth, of the best timber. Hud light snd stand longer than any other Wagon. NO TOl PLAJiTATlOrf WAGONS, With body, nnd three eprinta and two teata. Wo have a few of thine Wapon on the wav; hody Hjrht and a half or nine fet-t long; a first rate Wagou for mary pnrpone. Our tor It wai madr to order, North, and hrwinpr many advantniTfa in petting up work, with aomu experience tn the bupitie", we flatter ourfidvc that we run luriitth our patrons with rod, uhbtui.tiftl work, that we will warrant, and at ai low price aa can he bought anf whore, North or sVt'Ulh. We trwlif thore wautitifr any thin in our line t call and x amine our stock. Thnio who can not rtinventctly rntl en n write tio, dparrlhlnf the articl they wnnt, nnd wc will frivr ctmf attention to their order. We funiinh Marne-f and hip with all Ji.l.i we oell. Ppeclnl ordera fHlertat (VI or (Nt dava. Oct lft-ly-473 HHIlXiM PHILLIPS. rmlenff Una Had Hrr Prrfrrt Work I.L thopo Indebted to me wottld do well to cone up . on or !( tk tar W . taaii j, 1ICH. Vnit may aave cont. And take further notice, that no more accounts will he made after thnt day; o. If you want auy thins? ia the way of medicine, yon had belter brhif the csh; and If a small article, the chnnre. Dec 93 WM. IH'KNS. Land Surveying! Tltlr-a Kxnin na'tl Ir;ia iltarlr; PLAITS AXP ESTIVA TKS FOR THK MOST AP PRO VSD MODTS OF ALL KIXD8 Of BVILblSGS; RACKS, DAMS AND M1IXS LAID OCT OTaclitiirrjr Put I'p nnd Werkrfl I Orders for the shove promptly sttended, snd If by mail direct "Athens, Tenn." 0. A. I'ltUCfOIl. Oct l-ir-47 tTauunry 1,1008. .rK request all persons indebted to us to eattl same " on or before 1st January nest. W will lake 0od Wheat at the regular market price. Dec 18, '67 A. CLEAGK CO. TMV and Micet Iron. Just received and for sal cheap for cash, hy Jan 2D O. W. IIOSS. FI.OI'R. We have on hand and will eoutlnu t keep for sals, a good article of Flour. Jan 8 HORTON k BRTAN. -m a d BACKS HALT on hand and for sale hy JLeJU Nov.lSJ 8. K. RKEDtR. FfHI'UOTIIY HF.ri, A small lot fresh Time, it thy Peed on hand aud for sale hy Nov. 18. 8. K. nr.KnrR. 4;M Itntral We want tn buy In pno lbs. MIL Hags, fur which we will pay snvihlug In .inr. Jan 8 1IOHTON 1IKYAN. HA II II Vj It F mill iirrnler' Toola llenrh Pianes, faw. Chisels, Augers, Ilvi Ing Ma chines, Hi Hows, Chain Pumps and Futures, list Hinges, Nulls and Itrads, and nearly every thing els that a workaian wants, Just received and for aale hy Oct 88 O.W. ROM. Corn: at I. not. A lot of Fine Chewing Tobao. eo and Cigars, Just received and for sale hy Oct2S 0. W. ROri. 1JKPPFR, P-plce, Olngsr and nda, Just opened and for aale by Jan fKIIOIt.N A 11(11! Nail Y. glii !i II i. A lot of No. 1 Cigars finest brand W Just received and for sale hy 8. K. ItKRUKIt. Ifil.OlV. A lot of fttsrhurk k Mros.'Cel thraled m IMows Just received snd for sale by July 17 6. K Rr.FDKR. gSTAIl ' A nl.DS. A lot of Star Candles, for i sale at 85 eeuts per lb. July 17 KK1IORN k HORNfRrS. 1 VI.1V. J.Tl TKKK'Xl liolr ni Mvrnp. MM June U WM. HI KN8. 4 I nw of Cupiitnsj Inatrninrsife. i.Junli WM. MJIIS. 4 FKK.'II supply of VIII MS generally. iYjunel. WM.DURNI. HARP" OK rlI.I"Il I. Mors ef thes celebrated Hinging Books for sal. hv May 2 C. F. 01110 k CO. IOOKl A Ms tT A TIOM.H V.-Just r. .1 M celved, a large a-i.ortinent of Hrliool Hooks, Paper, Harrison's Ink aud Fluid, Pens, Pencil., Ar., and for sale by April 10 OKO. W. KOS8. Af il; 4111 find Tobnrro. A flneassortm.nl J of Cigars, and a lot of the best quality Che lug Tobacco, by Nov 14 HEIIOItN A lloltSCllY C1I O I lll4W.-A large stock of Ready-Made J Clothing, Juat received sad for sale by mclU A. CLF.AUI k CO. Uniting lollia. -svrCMIiKlts 4, S, 4, S, II aud 111, on hand and for sale, ll Oct. B, '56 McKWF.N a (ilLLksria New Wagon Maker's Shop. South fiUtt of IK Bridge, Jlllifii. Teinu.. It prepared to make all kinds of Wagon., en shorl notice and in th he.l siyl from a Wheelbarrow up to th largest Road Wagnn. All new work warrant ed. All kinds of Repairing don on slinrl notice, and with the b'.t material. Call in, gentleman, snd Judg for yourselves. . . He would b thaokful fr th n4ful du for work already done. Jan Mi 4- Kluaj'd Bftlt. f-a HIil.H ju.t received and lor sal by th bar I 9t rl or retail, ttrictly oreneh. jang J.M. UtNDFRRON. Wliont. I,t who ew m ean p.y tn good merehawiKi. Wheat, delivered in th lpol at Athens, al th highest market price. Dee II J I. K. HliEDKR. M 1 I 1 las.', new emp, as ale an article as was evsr benight te this siark.t, Rir ..I. hy As fttfftm k RRTAM. ! '