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Cam IUci, June 1 1. The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company' crew ateamer Kova Scotian, CapL Andrew McMaster, for Quebec, passed the Cape to-day, and delivered a pack age to the boarding ateaiuer belonging to the Associated I 'rem. The Nova Scotian brings dutes from Liver pool to Wednesday, June 2d. The interference and searching of Ameri can vessels had attracted aoiue attention iu the English I'arliament. Mr. Lindsey asked the question, whether it u true that American vessels had been searched and detained by Ifiitish cruisers; and if ao, he desired to know by what au thority and under whose instructions. Mr. Fitzgerald replied llint no ullieinl in formation on the subject hud been received. He expressed the belief thnt the reports were much exaggerated, and assured the House that Her Majesty's government were anxious that all unpleasant relations with the United States should be avoided, nud upou the first intimation of complaint, strict orders had baen issued to the English steamers in the Oulf to observe great caution iu their move ments. The telegraph table fleet sailed on Satur day, tit Mid t!ay. Later intelligence had been received from India. Kooer Singh, Arrah of notoriety, hud been defeated, and it was reported that he was dead. The rebelshave been driven from Atinghiir. JAeerpool Cotton Market. The miles for the past three days have been light, but prices Lav remained firm an unchanged. Liverpool lireathtuff Market. Flour was reported very dull, and quotations barely maintained. JjOHtiun Monet Market. No change reKirt d in money. CtMctirxATi, June II. The river is rising rapidly. A big Hoed is probable. The track of the Ohio and Mississippi Kail road, aix miles of here Inn washed uway. Other roads are damaged. Loi'isvillk, Jnne 1 1. The river is rising, with nine feet water on the fails. LaFati!ttk, la., June 11. It has tained ince Wednesday at noon till litis (Friday) morning. The Wabash river rose with feiir ful rapidity. The inhabitants iu I lie river bottoms were obliged to esoape from their houses in boats. Toi-KiK), June 11. The Wabash and West ern Itailroad bridges and several culverts have been swept away, also a bridge on the New Albany and Salem Railroad. The Wabash and Erie Canal is so badly damaged that it will be impossible to use it gain this summer. No trains or mails can leave for- several day. Iavton, Ohio, Juno 11. The Miami river has risen within four feet of the great flood of 1847, and is still rising at the rate of three or four indies an hour. Alcl'hersoiitown, vn the opposite side, is nearly under water. The whole county North of here is flooded. A CARD FROM S. SWAN A CO. TO TUB ri'DLIO. The press of this State, where the legality nf our laws are better understood than in . New York, have spoken out so boldly and manfully against the prosecutions gotten up to aunoy us, that it requires of us to say but little. By the confederation of rival Lotte ries and political schemers, presentments were found against us by the tirand Jury of this county. We were ready and desirous to test the question, and (having employed coun sel,) one of our firm came on Irom New York, to Georgia for that purpose. The adjourn ment of the Court, without our act, laid over the cases to the next term, when we feel sat isfied we will be enabled to maintain the rights which we have bought and paid fur. The Sparta Academy Lottery is legal, and all tha powers of the law our enemies may try to use for selfish purposes, cannot take away these rights. Our business eoaa on uninterrupted, and we art informed by counsel that there is not a line in the Status Book or Georgia author ising any interruption with our drawings. The lease has vears to run. and we assure the pnblio that we have the best counsel, who advise ue that we. can maintain our rights gainst every rivaly in our business. SAMUEL SWAN A CO., ; Managers of the Sparta Academy Lotl cry , Augusta, Ga. The attention of the public is also called to the following letter from Col. O. A. Locbraue, one of the Attornies fur Swau fc Co. Mauon, Ga., June 2, 1858. Messrs. Swau A Co., Augusta, Gn.: (Jentlnnen: 1 have received your letter relative to the prosecutions against you in llivhmond Superior Court, employing me as counsel, and will appear in the cases for you. Tills I will do more heartily, from the pecu liar oireuinstances under which these prosecu tions were commenced, for I see by the news paper articles enclosed, a despicable al tempt resorted to, oh of thit State, to influence publie opinion, by menus of letters perverted to publication, by newspaper articles, nud the effrontery of a New York Mayor pre. uniing to interfere. with the rights and privi leges of the people of Georgia. That all this meets my unqualified disapprobation I need acarcelv remark: and to snail this impudent ilioisllon, this unmitigated injustice in the Court house of Richmond county, and hold it up to the scorn of the public, will not only be professional duty, but 1 can add, n per sonal gratification. An interetted real, or affected indignation against lotteries, is no apology for attempt ing to overwhelm men in public opinion, . :- -...i -i ,..,.i.;..i. WltllOUt a lllir nuu uii'iii vim v. it.., ... .....v.. all are by law constitutionally entitled. I hsvs examined the facts connected with the ' case, and feel satisfied the opinions paraded infalible, are untenable, unsuslnined by law, and their publication for the reason re ferred to, unjust. The lottery privilege un- . der which ymi draw, was granted previous to the aol of IHH3, upon which the presentments re founded. The law of 1833, by special proviso, has no application to lotteries pre viously granted The charier of the Sparta Academy Lottery was granted in 182(1, and thus will fall the presentments, "Hint it has expired by its own limitation," fls stated, 1 deny, and will maintain. There is no limita tion of time in thechnrter. The law express ly and unequivocally negatives such nn in ference or construction. The grant is given to the trustees and to their mcceort in ojfire, net for any specified or limited time, but for purpose to taise by lottery a specified sum . ... Ti. iiMi.ie of the Academy are fiOW, through you, affecting and consum mating the purpose for which it was granted, nd are receiving their instalments for the same. Hut thess are questions for the court, and not the public, to try. We will there meet and argue them, and, 1 believe, success fully nd triumphantly; and the result of the issue will evidence that verdicts written out or manufactured, neither suit the taste, tem per, pride, independence or intelligence of n Georgia jury, who, being exehmve judge of l.oth the law and the facts, will not hesitate in the utterance of their own opinions, and tha convictions of their own judgment, ir - r itintntinn from anv nuui'tor. Yours, truly, O. A. Wiin.iMie. Counsellor nt Law. Wasiiiniiton, Juno 11. (Jwin lias chal lenged Wilson, growing nut of n colloquy i;ist night i Hie St-nnle. Seininl and Wmlc re endeavoring to lici t an adjustment. gemifcCnniiiiittft-a of Corlcrciico i.u the four appropriation bills, disnori fd to by Hie House, were appointed. Washihgtoh, June 13. A Utah dispnlch from tiov. Cumniing, ntialiri the President oi the terniinnlion of the Utah dillicultios. The House ia of ile annio opinion. Portland Ms-. J"o prohibitory Honor law was ratified to-day by the people t.f this Stnto by n nlniost unniiimous vole. fi(TOrjune S.-Tl.rce powder mill in 1 ... L'-., X. Ill.,e u-pn Barr. owned "y "" "J " y entirely oVsttnvi'n' )' explosion A Mr 7Ulnckrrd was killed. Tito otl.fr woiklliou fottUualu'y e b!,c"l TO THE HOLDERS OF EXCHANGE BANK NOTES. The undersigned, Committee appointed by last General Assembly of the Slate of Ten nessee, to investigate the securities of the Free Hanks, deeming it to the best interest of the Slate, and important, to a proper and just determination of several questions be fore us fur consideration, to know the true circulation of the Exchange Hank of Mur freesborough, as far as the same can be ascer tained ; iu view of this end, do request all persons holding the notes of the said Bank to make known as soon as possible the amount of notes holden by them, to the Clerks of the different County Courts, and the said Clerks are requested, after the expiration of thirty diys, to report the same to us iu Nashville. lommiinications addressed to the undersign ed, liox 607, Nashville, Tenn. The Tress are respectfully and earnestly requested to aid us in ascertaining these facts. J. 1). Goodpasture, A. F. Govt, Taz. W. Newman, MlCBAKL VaUUII.V, Jam. J. TV un to. Nashville, June 14. For the Poet. AGAIN ON THE UNION SUBJECT. Tlte cloud of opposition having amen, I am almost ready to give up my Union Meet ing, pointing to the Lntnh of God. Thoe who once joined with me in the worship of God, are now holding opposition meetings near and laboring industriously against mine. My Church concluded tint 1 should not preach one preacher having said that I was not useful to the ltaptists, another that if I preached I would be imprisoned. White others who heretofore had not hesitated to cull me brother, are now at a lo-s to know what to call me, and without any provoca tion have not failed to call me hypocrite and liar, and Intely published in the I'ost adagger to my meetings. The devil may have prompt ed me to my union efforts, making me believe that I was doing God's service. God only knows. There are some who have the spirit of ChrNt, (John 14th: 23d.) Their united pray cis I ask. John Doculass. The Family of Tkimtehance. Temper ance ia the father of health. clicurfulltiCbs, nnd old ngc. DrutikemivKS hna bo hirgo n family that wo cannot remember the names of one half of them. However, disease, debt, dishonor, destrueliun, are among them not the most hopeful household in the world. Never reply to the epithet of a drunk ard, a fool, or n fellow. masomc i:i,i;hu Tio. Hiwiiasee Lodge, No. IS, will celebrate the Anniver sary of tt. John the Biitlt, on the 24th - ay of June, by Public Procennion and an Orntinn, All neighboring Lodges, and all Mtisnns In good standing, are Invited to attend and participate in the proceeding. By order f the Udge. ti. D. 8T0l'T,Secj. May 14, lNVMlvowoaS A CAI(I) FROM Samuol Swan eft? Oo. To the 1'u bile. The extrnnrdlimry course pumued by the rival mana ger of different Lotteries to Injure us because our lib eral schemes, and prompt manner of doing business, has materially affected them, compels us to call special attention to the facts, which all who deal with us know already ; that is, our Lott erica are legal J the managers and trutttecs liontdt and honorable men; that we have sold more prizes In the laKt twelve months than all oth er lotteries in the t'niun; and that they have been promptly can tied in allcasvs on pre. Mentation. The effort to injure us Is aimd not only at our busi ness by our rival, but Is also Intended to act political ly on one of our partners; ami we assure our friends and the public that with or a on strum ai.L is right, and this, the legal investigation which we shall urge to a hearing, will fully demonstrate. In the meantime our husiut-ss will lie comlurted as usual. PAMl'KL MVAN A CO., Lottery Managers, June 4-fH Augusta, Georgia. jKxuiuiiiution. There will be a Public Examination of the Students of the Mouse Creek Male and Female Academy on Fri day and Saturday, Sd and 8d of July next. .llarritMh On the 9th Inst., by C. L. Owen, Ko.,Col. Filii Orac to Miss Km, daughter of Uvn. Newcom, all of Mc Mfnn county. Obituary "Why should we start and fear to die t What timorous worms we mortals arc! Death is the gate of endlesjny, And yet we fear to enter there." I)ikd hi Cliarlvston, S. C, on Wednesday morning, the 'M Inst., Mrs. Ciaotisit Kow km a Ha Mi-La, wife or Mr. Thomas 11. Sample, and daughter of the late V. M. aud Penelope Campbell, of Athens, Tenn. Teurs are not forbidden to the bereaved. "Jesus wept" at the grave of a friend. But "Mope wines the tear from sorrow's weeping eye," when we know that the "sting of death Is removed; sin Is pardoned ; "vic tory' achieved over the "last enemy;" and our loved ones, though "absent from us, arc present with the Lord" and partakers of Ills joy. Mrs. 8. was born in Athens, Tenn., Nov. 2Uh, 1382. Her mother a daughter of the late Dr. W. 11. Dead erick was a most estimable christian woman, who prayerfully endeavored to train her children In the "nurture and fear of tbe Lord." During the month of October, ls.Vt, forty-one young persons Were admitted to the communion of Marslilll Church, on profession of faith in Christ. Mrs. 8. was one of that number; and now onenf four dear young christians who, after adorn ing tlit Ir professions for a brief period, and giving most satisfactory evidence of their renewal, have been "taken away from the e ril to come." After her marriage,Mrs. V. went with her husbaad to reside In Charleston, 8. C. Their home was made happy by mutual affection and the blessing ot (tod. A few weeks before her death her husband left home to transact some business In Tennes see, and was absent when the summons came. Ity her own request her remains were brought to Athens and Interred beside those of her mother. On her removal to Charleston she attached herself to the Church of which It v. Dr. Dana Is pastor. In a letter since her death, Dr. D. says, In siH-akiiig of visiting her the day before her death, "she revived wonderfully, was per fectly herself, and desired to see me and to receive the sacrament. 1 offered prayer with her In accordance with her wish, ai d to what I said to her she replied, 'I am perfectly happy.' Phr was wonderfully raised above the fear of death. rhe also said that 'all she had to wich was her hindmnd's being brought In,' or words to that effect, and said to me, when he comes, UU him (get him to come refruljirly to Church. If he does not, you must come round and bring him.' After re ceiving the sacrament she desired me to bnptite Ar inatit. It was brought to her bedside and the ordi nance administered. The scene was Inexpressahly af fecting. It was difficult not to he tpilte unnerved by It. I have never witnessed more hearifelt sympathy. The ladies, constantly around her bed, watched over her with a solicitous tenderness that could not be surnsscd. All that medical skill and sym pathetic devotion could do Tor her was done. She had endeared herself during her short stay with us to all who knew her most to those who knew Iier best. She was truly a lovely woman and consistent christian. Amiable, Interesting, warm-hearted as she was, her simplicity and loveliness of character will not fade from our memory. May He who chastens whom he loves, sanctify this sink-live stroke to her ftVvoted husband to her Bereaved relatives to us all whose sympathies have been tenderly awakened by her early departure." Isled Of flux, on the 11th Inst., at the residence of her father, nine miles Kasl of Athens, Martha A., daughter of William and Lucinda Itrown, aged eight years, four months aud tweniy scveii days. Little Martha has left an affectionate mother and father and three loving brothers, and many warm friends, to mourn their loss. Put they are not left without hope they know the little one Is at rest. COMMERCIAL, Allunla UlarkrU Atlanta, June 14. Our market tlir p.t werk has linilcrsnne but Hills rlisnirr. We iiollce a Mule more iletusiift for Itacon witMu the rsnur of our lint quolnllons, mj 9c for hog rounil; TSr far shoulders; N ffi "So for hsn.l; W,c (or cl-r slates. Other articles ilull nd unrhsnitert. Verj respectfully, "KAtlO, AIIIIOTT A HO., Co tmifioH llenslumtt, Atlanta, (ia. AliKiialu Market. " Acuitsta, June M. I liaml you herewith statement of our l'roduce Mr- klVi wm. hoir ronn.1 , B Vi some ehlce parcels Bcj hams .; shies li", lis l''c: shoulder, ISc. iStnt- '" scarce and sellloa at (H ' .i "v. KT. Pius 11' '". NV while & H.V. Ku'l-a 14 4,1.1 for """flue, ami I :'(! 4." for r.lra family. Fbatusss 8 Q 8c. Iierraa' U ui I- l;"u u ( j. a. ansi.ky, CommMo rind Wc JercAif. Naiannab Ularkeu " " flAVAKNAN, June 14. W e herewith hand Tt.n WhoUml. V (WM I for 10 .lay! AH f""" i'rod"c,! ',u" W"h dM"",n ,B shoulder. TV j!l -c; lms.eo.il.trj.J V"" . V . ( Mc V hu. . M.t IA li mw V. t I.ViiVhu. Oat. S--ArfL., Ury, !,. 1i, nominal, trumu 1 & j. w.fiiTro.. (iiiiiiiwia Jf.riAn.l. Athens Female College. EV. ERAPTUB ROWLEY, A. M., a Oraduate or w in ion lolleare. New ork, and formerly President Mi the llolstnn C. female College at Asheville, N. C, lias " awureu mm rrnmcni, Tlxo Firt Soaslou Of this limitation will open on Monday, the 6th of oepiemner next. A full, competent, and experienced Board of In t ruc tion will be enrwired to coin me nee with the seittlon. Kor Ratei of Tuition, and for all other information deilred. Circular will be furnished, upon application 10 me rresitient. by order of the Board. WM. II. BALLEW, Pres't Board Truiteei, A the nt, June 18, ls5s-tt-5t.8 Notioo. rpilK person who took the Nllvrr Tra Spoon 1 from the Athens lleput, marked J. M. II.," will please return It, if he does not wiMi himself exposed or prosecuted. No quest ioua asked If returned Imtnedl ately. June 18-81-60H onoosniiis. -g "T IIIIII9. Pnrto Kico and New Orleans Sugars; M jalf 3u thls. unruled and Crushed do.; HOI) ka HloColTee; 100 hhds. Molasses; 20(1 bid. Porto Itico Syrup and 8. H. Syrup ; 1 ,000 keirs Nails, all sites ; 200 boxes Tobacco, all frradca ; SOO boxes Adamantine Caudles; 30 tierces Kice. Also, a large stock of all articles In the Grocery tine, to which we invite the attention of the Tennessee trade, All consignments of Produce will receive our very best ana prompt attertion. WILCOX, I1ASD ANRl.CV. June lS-ly-Snd Attganta, Veorffia. Likely Negroes fur Sale. ANY person wishing to purchase can be accommo dated by calling at the Htore of J. A J. It. STANKIEI.D. Philadelphia. June 18, 1 VS-3t-.r0S Grain Sags. TIIK James River Manufacturing Co., It Irlimond, Va CONTINM'K to produce IIKAVV IIOI III.lt WARP HAOOlNtl, ami make up the same, by hand, into Kan Koad lings. They are conlldhtly recommended as the best article known to the trade, and their quality is constantly tested by the Danville. Fredericksburg. Vir ginia Central, and Virginia and Tennessee Kail Roads, where they are preferred before all others. A supply always on baud. They will be caremlly baled up and delivered at any point In the city free of cost, aud where the quantity ordered Is considerable, each hag will be stamped with the name of the purchaser, also without additional charge. Address, K. II. IIKNTI.KV, Agent, Richmond, Va., June IS, KiS-lm'-AvS Negroes nt Sheriff's Sale, IN olieilience lo two .A. fat issued from the office of the Circuit Court Clerk of Me- Minn county, am) to me directed, I will sell to the hii'liest liidder, for casli, on Tttesdnv. tlie 13th day of July next, at the Court house door in Athens, two iei;roes, to wit: A wo. man named Mary, aud a hoy nntned l)nniel levied on as the property or James P. Senter. to satisfy two judgments and costs obtained against James !'. Senter and W. C. Lillnrd, in the Circuit Court for Mc.Minn county, Ten nessee, at the April term, 1868 one in favor of Dewiiii;, 1 haver dt Co., and the other in fnvor of Hyatt, Mcliiirnev it Co. w m. "foster d. sirir. June 18, 1 858-3 t-prs fee 3-508 Sheriff's Sale. virtue of an order nf sale issued from J3T, the ofhve of the Circuit Court Clerk of MoMiun county, Tennessee, and to (ne direct ed, I will sell, at the Court-house door in Athens, on Saturday, the 24th day of July next, to the highest bidder, fur cash in hand, all the rinht, title, interest and claim that S. S. Gentry has in and to Forty Acres of Land, more or less, lying in the 13th Civil District of McMinn county, Tenn., and adjoining the Lands of J. Harrell, J. II. Crocket and others. Sold to satisfy a judgment and costs recover ed by Joseph Mnlone against said S. 8. Gen try, before J. J. Klliott, Esq. JOHN A. GOULD Y, Sh'ff. June 18, 1858-!'-t-prs fee f3-508 Sheriff's Sale. T)Y virtue of au order of sale issued from -1) the office of the t ircuit Court Clerk of McMinn county, Tennessee, and to me direct J, 1 will sell lo the highest bidder, for cash in hand, at the Court house door in Athens, on Saturday, the 24th day of July next, all the right, title, interest nud claim that Gun N'ewniau has iu an to One Acre of Land, ad joining the Lands of Joel Triplett, Nathan Kelly and others, and lying in McMinn coun ty, Tennessee. Sold lo sntisfy a judgment and costs recovered by Joel Triplett against sum Gun Newman, before James linker, lq. JOHN A. GOULDY, Sh'ff. June 18, 18o8-3t-rs fee 1 3-508 Notice. Araham McKissack, ) vs. Attachment. James K. Brown. ) IN this cause it appearing to Noah L. Fonts, the Justice before whom the proceedings have been returned, that the said defendant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, it is ordered by the said Justicu that the pro ceedings iu this cause be stayed until the 24th day of November next, on which said day the said defendant, James Brown, is hereby noti fied to appear before said Justice, Noah L. Fonts, at iiis office in Polk county, Tennessee, and make defence, if any he can, to said suit instituted against him by at tachment as above stated. A11KAIIAM McKISSACK, l'laiiitiir. June 18, 1858-U-prs fee ?3-fi08 Chancery Court at Athena. Dan'l Robinson and wife Mary, formerly Mary Lasater, John Smith nnd wife Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Lasater, William McLinn and wife Nancy Ann, formerly Nancy Ann Lasater, Justus C. Steed and wife Sarah C, formerly Sarah C. Lasater, and Jonathan Lasater nnd William l.asnter. Administra tors of the estiitu of Wiley Lasater, dee'd, vn. James II. Lasnter and Elizabeth Lasater. IN this case it appears from an allegation in the bill filed, that James II. Lasater is a non resident citizen of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athens Pout, a netvspaper published in the town of Athens, McMinn ootinty, Tennes see, for four successive i ceks, requiring the snid James II, Lasater to make Ins personal appearnnco at our next Court of Chancery, to be hidden at Athens aforesaid, on the 3d Monday of Amru.t neat, to plead, answer or demur to snid bill filed against him and Eliza beth Lasater in snid Court, or the same will be taken as confessed as to him and set for hearing accordingly. ' WM. LOWKY, C. fr M. June 18, 1858-4t-prs fee S-f08 Sulphur Springs, It lieu County OPKXKD for the reeethm of viillnri Wh Jim?. The Hotel hulhlli)fr: hnve het-n vnUrprd anil hu proved, mul the cenniuimliitUng are ample for a hun dred ami fifty or two hnndml f uenin. It li unnecfMa ry to tak of themrdtrnl vlriueti of the witter. They have heen iiifllriently (cited, and their reputation la ca tnhllnhed beyond dlnpute. There la a daily line of harka running between Athrna ttepot, KhM TenneMre and tieoriri'a lUilrnail, and the HpriiiRn, ao tlmt pernoni can he conveyed to and from them without inciirrinj! any delny. June 11, lsS-te-tVt;j W. t. UUKKR, Proprietor. Pin Hook .Ferry. PFII10NII trarrllna to and from Kiilplmr ffprlnss, Klira roimtjr, will find the Pin Hook Crrrv Koad, hjf fewer Mills, tlie best and aliorU-st route. Tlie dls tanre from Athens lo thr Pprlnirs, hy this road, Is HI inllrs. There is an excellent hoat, rarefnl Kerryman, and irootl Irjiiks at holh tandlnifS, and, eoin,arallvi.j, no river hills to cross. Vi. C. 1'KAKK. June II, ItvVi-tlH-fwiT SIUN.-I have three of Rowland's hest Pross-Cut Kaws S, H and T fret Inns which 1 will sell cheaper than liter can bs bounht elsewhere. June II J. M.IIHNPKRSnS. A. s. jaunaijinT .A-1 1 o i" o y At Ij a ypv, lllwnaas-ti t opper Rllnoa. I'M Om, 7's. tWOffiee near Masonic Hall. June 11-t'-ftn7 Lost. TOST, in Athens, on Mondav, llh June, a j ti.MAl.1, l'OCKKT llOdlv, containing twenty dollars, mostly tlcoee bills, and seven ty five cents in silver. Any one finding the same will be smlablv rewarded by leaving it at the office uf the "rust." or returning it lo sH!IN DOUCLArt. June II. lSi8-.".l-Mi7 Wt. Harmony High School, Far males and lemales. rpilK POl'RTH ORsaiOX .f this Institution will open on Monday, July lHh, aeii. TkHJs. p4r s,m ot iceeka.one-Xalf in advance and tuttintv at tkclte of tiemrion : 8pellln(, Keadina and Vi rltinf , V scholar .',,l)0 nriiooKiic, siialisk Urasiutar, Ueoirraphy, Uom position and Declamation 8,uo Natural Hciencs, UHrlier alathematiea, Couiuosi tion, Derlaiaallon, c, 10,0i) Continiem FM, In advance KS DoardiiiK. 1 week, (waahiot and lights extra,!.... .in.icm amiiilied for lea. than hair session, and no deductiou for lost tlaw, ept in case of protracted .ic.oe... (j. i; HAI.K, I'nil. June ll,l8n-1ni-ttoT Riverside Hall, ltlvrraidr, 71 ou roe Coiiiil), Xcnn REV. J. 0. DOWN1NU, Kkitor, Aided by ao efficient corps of Teachers. rVlHK above LIteriry Iuntltute. for Young Ladfea, la M now open for the admiMaion of on nils. The literary, domeatlc, and reliffious advantairex of mis infiiiuuoo are not aurpassed by thodu of any other Kor circulars, with tertiu, aud lithograph of thv build iiik, aiiure ine neeior. June 11, ISM dm-dj7 STRAYED HOGS" STRAYED from the farm of the subscriber, H miles South-west of Kiceville, seven head of Hol's. sow and six shouts weii;liiiiir about 70 or 80 lbs., each, at the time of leav ing. The sow is white, and marked with a crop oil' the left and swallow fork and tinder bit ill the rillht ear. Four of the alinat.a I III. er white, tlie oilier two spotted marked same as sow. Any person who will give the BiM'sunucr iinurmaiioii 01 sniu nogs win re ceive his thanks and be siiitaldv rewarded for their trouble. JOHN ItOOEIW. Mu.Miun co., June 11, I b5S-y ;-5i )7 Notice, T HAVE 46 ACUKS OP LAND lying In 1 Monroe oonntv. Tenn.. two and a half miles South of Mndisonville, on the "Old Federal Koad." I will sell it in two tracts, to suit purchasers, or all together. Any per son wishing to get a bargain in I.nud will do well to call and examine for themselves About S00 acres of cleared Land, lies well, well improved, a id excellent water, the bal ance well timbered, and all nno grain grow ing Land I wil sell the chenpest Farm in Monroe coiintv imid iu instalments to suit the hardness of the times. JOHN WII.S0X. June 11, 18i!-3t-.'iii7 Grrooorlos t JV9T received anil for sale cheap for cash M hhds. prime N, w Orleans Piitfar : 1! bhls. prime Rel oiled Molasses 111 half bhls. do do. SS sacks prime Ri- Coffee. June 4 J. M. IlKXDKUJON. jonTj i in itckM vf7r7 ommission Merchant, Pa TIIK SAI.R Of KliOUB, (Jit A IN, AND AU. KIXDIOF CofXTIlY I'ltODVCK, f Kaat Uay,....'iarlt'lon, N. '. IIIIKKAL Cash adrances made on Produce In Store. J Mr. O. A. NRl-ri-KH will give his personal attention to the sale of l'roduce. June 4-;Iiii-,'iik1 Athens Female School, RKV. KRA.iTl'B HOWI.KV, A. M., WILL open, for a Half Session, a School for Vonna: Ladles, in the Wist liooni ot Die Forest Hill Academy, on Mimilanfvt. The rates of Tuition will ba the same as for half aes sion in the itale Academy. Tickets or admission can ne procured irnm TIIOC. A. CI.KAliK, Sec'y of Board Trustees Forest Hill Academy. May U, lf-tf-60.1 Free Banks a Humbug! NKVKKTIIKI.RW.It i a fact that TJtr. a. 'witt oo. still continue to sell fUKAl' HAIIHAISS. Trice their Uoods aud be convinced. They hold out great Inducements to CAHH UtVMW. Alliens, May Come lp and Save Cost. ON the first day of July, all the Notes and Accounts of IlKAllKICICK a I.I I WHY remaining unpuld will he placed ill the hands af ao olUcvr for collection. tVe do this to save ourttclvc. May tH, lj-tr-5t)5 DKADF.RICK a I.OWRV. Illwassisoo Oollogo, 1 UK present !eion wil) close on Wednesday .the?.1") JL of June, at which time a number of addresses will be delivered hy the students, in the I'uhllu Hall. TI.e people are cordially invited lo attend. The oext Session will niu on aiouuay. Hie Xil iiny oi Auailst. Tuition and Hoarding- on low terms for the times, l'arents aud Unardians would do well to inquire? JOHN II. IIIIUNKII, L'rca't, Near Madlsoiivllle, lay 14, lts-tAu-rioil 4 NO. 1 article of Crushed and Loaf Cut-ar, just re- ceived and for sals by YY. C. WITT CO. June 4 Maryland State Lotteries It. I' ltAXCE k CO., Managers nr the Maryland Stale Lotteries, present Hie following Splendid Schemes FOR Jl'!i:, 18oS. They caution purchasers of Tickets to beware of order ing Tickets in Lotteries where extraordinary large Capi tals are offered for a small cost of Tickets all such are swindles. The Maryland Lotteries h ive been in esisience tor Forty Years. They are dran hy a State Olhccr and can be relied on. If you draw a I'rhte, you will get your money. The whnlt country Is Hooded with Uugus Lottery concerns, neware ri ineiu. y- Order In the Maryland Biaie i.ouerie.. M AONI KICENT SCII KM K. llar) land Ulale l ollery, Vlnnn K, To be drawn In Baltimore City, June HUll, ls". 18 Drawn Ballots mil of ii. staking the Prises and Blanks equal. Kvcry Package uf it) Tickets must contain la drawn iiuninerB, so that there are 11 Prises to l-t wanna 1 Grand t'rise of. .Itll.lMNII 1 Prise of.. . s.Vuxi . 2.MHI . ,.inl 2011 ., lis) KU I'ill 40 .. ll 1" 1 I'rlse of I,n77 5,0110 6,iiou A.INHl 10 111 SM (15 m i 4,lll iJ.IIIU do do do do do do do do do do do do do n.isHii do do do do do 5.IHHI n.iaai fl.OIHl! n.niMi' .,,11110' .l .MIA I'rlcea mOlllllitlV to .MS17T '.i,.,. aio lUlvea S..V Oonrlers All, F.igliths l,S. CerllneatcotracKageol ....inv lo do ill Halve 4,7ft p do 811 Ouarters, II7.!I7 Da do SU Kighlhs, 1IM Havana Plan. This Is the old mode of Drawing- Prises In one wheel, and Uriels in anouier. F.very Prise is drawn out. Prises Paid in full, without any deduction. Mart land (Mate l.ottrrr, r.xfra lass 7, To be drawn In Baltimore, aid., Salurday, June 20, 80,0110 Prliseal 40,000 Tirkcla I BPI.t Nllin SCIIKMKl 1 Prise of.. ift.uon 4 Approx. to ".' 1M 81)0 INI 1IHI (SU Oil M 40 $11 ilo .. do ., do . do . do . do . do . do . do . do . do . do .. do .. do .. 18.ISSI 4.IHHI . 4.IMHI .. !,il 1 M le'slf " .. 1,840 " ' . 1,840 do 8 do 8 do 8 do 8 do 8 do . 1.IHHI I l.lMHlf 4ISI 40 itiHi 4n 8IMI 4nn do do do on iuhi Prises of as each. The Sil.OOO Prlws' nf del. ruiliied by the drawing of the Capital, whether odd or even. Whole TiekelstH't Halves fh; quarters (8,50. A Managers'Cerltftealeof 1ft Wholes where pcrsnns wish lo pay the risk nnly, willlie sent for '' Do do 1 " ll ,o munarlers 84 Do do 1 Kighlhs 18 The Managers hare been compelled from the numer ous cmiiplaluts made lo them, of unfaithfulness on the part of those who hsve been attending lo the tilling "f orders, to resume the correspondence business, aud In their own name. Order Tickets from the Managers only. Address all letters lo it. I It ANCK k CO., Feb HI-I-4W Baltimore, Md. A Sublime Conception. rBHIIK Is an era o' Ug"' and knowlclue ! Science Is I gradually Illuminating Willi Its divine rays all that was dark, mvsterloiK and Incomprehensible In nature We are at last breaking through the shell or substance and getting at the kernel of truth and reallljr. The aelual In Its Himins and anprrncbillty. Is seen Thr "h an "seen but ',p mask of the lliflnlte Ideal. We are i. l ing up lm-'"''" "'""fl the clue lo desllny; and Philosophy, once free from the fetters of Ignorance, will In doe s.aaon point every body, and the rest of n)k1,jJ',0l1" Horton & Bryan, as the place to procure their OIiOT IX U I May 81 a LOT of No. 1 Oanahergt, A sale by P"" 8.- Just received and for t. K. Ill.M'I.U .1 roKTU.YE OF)5l70,00 To be bad for Ten Dollars! Swan & Co's Lotteries, A VTIIOItlZBU BY TIIK STA TK OF UEOlltilA. The follnwlusj Scheme will ba drawn bv . fi Co., Managers of the Sparta Academy Jittery, In each of their Mintle Number Lotteries for June-, InVi, at AUOUSTA, Ueorgla, In public, under the superintend ence of Commissioners. CLASS 1S, ...... To be drawn In the city of Augusta, Oeorgia, in public, on Saturday, June 6th, CLAPS III. Tobcdrawn In the city of Augusta,Oa.,ln public.on Mlurdav, June 18th, 15.M. CLASS 20, To be drawn in the city of Augusta. Oeorirla.ln public, on ?amruuy, Jun. rjtli, jv3. CLASS 81, To bo drawn in tlie city of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on Saturday, June 80th, 13M. Oil I tin I'd, n of Slnjrlc in libera. Q.40Q Prizosl Nearly Out 'rue to Keery Xine Ticket 1 MrtRnlfloont Sclioruo ! Tube drawn each Saturday iu Junel 1 Prise of.. .ejn.oon .. Ho.ooo .. 10,0110 .. ft.iaio .. 4.IMI0 4 I'rlse of. . IHH N 7IKI tUHt Mill m 18S loo do do do do do do do do do do do do do lo .. A.IHHIi ftll ,. 1 ,.',! I IISI ,. l,OI-.'iO A roxli)iaf ion 1'rlzca 4 priiesoff loo.i,proxlinatingti. 7n,ono are f 1,000 4 do MiHl approximating to 8U.IMM1 are 1.8IH1 4 do 8sl approximating to lu,iaai are MNI 4 do 18ftHiproximatingto ft.OUOure MNI 4 do 1hi approxiiuatiiig to 4.IHI0 are 400 4 do 7ft approximating to S.iNNIare HISI 4 do fai aluiroxiiuatiuK to 1 Jaw are 8N 6,000 do 80 are IINI.OOO 3, 1 S3 Prises, amounting to 3a),0l)0 Whale- TieJutt tWllaleetbQuarUrt t)(. ii,a ix Tin-: i.or iDiir, The numbers from 1 to ftO.OOO, corresnondine with those numbers on the Tickets, printed nn separate slips of paper, are encircled in small tin tubes and placed in one wheel. The first 4.'7 Prises, similarly printed and encircled, are placed in another wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a number ia drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the same time a Prise ts lira wn from the other wheel. The number and rice drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audi. ence,and registered by the Commissooers; the Prise belngplaced against tlie number drawn. Thisopera tion is repealed out II at! the Prises are drawn out. Aitsuxiu ,tiiin 1'Kir.Kt. The two preceding and the two succeeding numbers to those drawing the first 7 Vises will be entitled to the 8S Approximation Prises. For example: if Ticket No. 118.MI draws the 170,000 'rise, those Tickets numbered 11211,1 184H.1 1261. 11262. will each he entitled to fami. If Ticket No. 660 draws the :Iii,ihiii Prise, those Tickets numbered 641, 6411. 6M. 562, will each lie eatilled to !IHI, aud so on according to the above scheme. TheA.uno Prises of 20 will be determined by the last figure of the number which draws the S7o,ooo. For ex ample, if tlie number drawing the 70,1110 Prise ends with No.1, then all the Tickets where the number ends lib 1 will be entitled to $20 If the number ends with No. ?,theu all the Tickets where the number ends with will he entitled to 2o, and so on to 0. ItrtiUcateM of I'ackagei will he sold at the following rates, n-nicn is tne risa : Oertlflcateof l'ackageof 10 WholeTickets !$0 " " 10 Half " 40 " " in Quarter ' !0 11 " 10 F.ighth " 10 III Onlcrliiir Tirkctw or Certificate, Kclose the inone to our address for tlie Tickets or ured.on receipt of wliich they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending In any figure they may designate. The list of Drawn Mimhera anil I'rlses will be Sent to purchasers Immediately alter the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain ami give their Post Oltlce, County and state. Itemember that every prise IB drawn, and pay. able in full without deduction. All Prises of Sl.oon and under, paid Immediate. ly after thedrawing otherPrlseaat the usual time of thirty days. All communications a trlcliycnnnilent la I. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to June 6-1 v 461 8.8WAS CO., Augusta, Oa. 1ST Pecnns residing near Montgomery. Ala., or At lanta, fla., can have their orders filled, and aave time, by addressing S. Swan h Co., at either of those cities. A lint of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the prise that each is enti tled to, will he published after every drawing. In the following iiatiers: New Orleans Delta, Mobile Iteglster. Charleston Standard, Nashville (lasette, Atlanta In- 'lligencer. New York Weekly Day Honk. Savannah Morning News, Richmond Dispatch. New York Dispatch Paulding (Miss.) Clarion, and Little llock (Ark.) True Democrat. IV. C. WITT aV CO. W VAYK Jast received a lot of Fashionable Caslmere A Hati, Spring style. April HI SII.K rlosm White and Floss, for sale by assorted colors Silk W. C. WITT 4 CO. SMALL lot of No. 1 Rifle duns, on hand and for . sale hy April 111 8. K. HKKDKU. fc V It I I'. Smart's Steam Refined Golden Syrup, fur sale by Nov. MJ 8. K. KKKDKK. Committed to Jail, IN the town of Washington, Khea eounty, Tennessee, on the 26th ilny of April, 1SS8, a NKtilU) HOY, who says Iiis name is John Day. Said Negro is from !I5 to 40 years of age, about S feet 8 inches liii;h, will weigh about HiO lbs., very dark, and suva thnt he is free and was born free has in Is is possession some papers purporting tu be from Heiijaiuin Jones, Iiis Guardian, from Towns cnuntv, (ienrgin; also, a pass from the said Junes, which is thought to be forped. K U KUDU, Jailor. Washington, April 30, 185o-tf-501 858 SPRING ! 1858 m. ix. nEEDEn TS now in t'ccuipt of a bilge and unusually 1 well selected slocK oi Spring and Summer Goods, embracing a pretty general assortment of articles adopted to the Benson and the neces sities of the country generally, which he is offering on very nceoiuiiioilutiiig terms, and to which he iniiles the attention of his cus tomers and the public. He deems it tiuiiKcessniy lo extern! tins notice by giving iu detail an inventory of his Hoods, but will soy that he has a tine assort ment of bodies Press (lotfds; Uunnets and Honnet Trimmings; I'liuls, etc.; Goods fur entlemen's Apparel in great variety. Hoots nnd Shoes, Hals, Ae. For further particular! call and examine the Goods. April 9 Machine Building AMI WOOJj O-A-IXlJIJNr 3-, lilln,lelilila, I't'iin, 7M. CI. JULIAN respectfully notifies the public t but he is st ill engaged in builil ing Wool Curding Machines, and that lie will att end Iu any order in his line. lie also has first rale Wool earning ji cliinury in operation, and is prepared to ilo nil work that tuny ue presumed, nooi neui. othe care ot Depot Agent, riiiinueipnia, ill be Larded and reli.rnel promptly as ni- reeled. May 7, 18So-m-6( New Furniture Store, dweriwater, '1's-tiu. F11IIK subscriber would respectfully announce in me M. cltlsens of Monroe and McMinn counties, thai lit lias opened a "Tra in-iiit 1S.X O Storo I In the large while house formerly occupied by . T. llowland. dee'd, where he Intemls to keep on hand a and will compete Willi any house ot the kind, both III ipiallly and price, meprcae u v- ..c Islalioaraiiv and Walnut Wardrobe, MAHBI.K TOP ASH PLAIN 1HIIKA IS, Centre Tables, Dining Tables. Dressing Tahlea, and Ta bles of every description; Sofas, Settees, Divans; Par lor and Itocklllg nair., . lain ..... ri...yj j,...-.. Chairs, Coltaac Chairs; French lledsleada, both ma ll, iganv and aiilnut. Cottage lie, 1. leads, and lie, Isles, Is of all descriptions; Wash Stands, Ac., Ac. Also, an as sortment of . . . . Clierr)', Walnut and Velvet Covered COFFINS. The public are invited to call anil examine the Furni ture and judtie for themselves. It is perhaps necessary to say that this Furniture Is manufactured by John D. Ilrar Graysvllle, (la., and will be supplied at all times necessary, on short notice. II. I. TK.MIWOOD, May SI, '6-tf-6u4 Hwcelwaler, Tenn. A RMAl.t, lot of Northern made Grane Cradles, complete, on hand una lor sale ny April a. K. ItK.FDLR. a I-IIIST rate 'I'M llorao 1VSDOII and flar- 1 m. nes, for sale by Aplll II. K. IIKKIH.R. line Thing that U Heallv iJaorl. -m fuv received, another lot of tioverlng's Kslra .1 Steam Iteflned Syrup, ami for Bale at l mt gallon, cusA.hy V "' ; I II Ai.S I We will take in cx'baiig.' for :..,) all tl.e clean Cotton and l.lnen Ha's that ,,,-v be uire.l. allowing tl.e higliest market price (or "he same. M..yJI KOIIWoN, KAUTAl.N A CO. Premium Wheat Fans. IMPORTANT To FAKMEKS"' co..un. to on,1rti;,v.;i r -tii1 county, TVnn., N. f. 'lf ' J1 ..V 1V"I,r; With AT .V, .ml t.at 1,' ment .hereto ih,t w,H TM9VvX7r u. ,.r,. icnowniiMi liimi, If that ),. einer ence enable him to Turniith the luaihine L i.mVl! L tleJlre.1 by the Furuer -ml Millt-r-nJ 1 i. . 1 " "ft a.l m,l down to ,hr rocW whi-h nn,!y thiVe whi'Kj on the nrouti.1. The-e tnns ret,-iv re.ar.l. " ! mrrit nti.l rnemiiitiia in Turioui fiuu-i of the l.nlr.n to witi New Ynrk, irPriiiiii1Ohio,ltl,Iini,linoi Mic'ui. jrnil;PouHi7rplirm, I'lnnsyWania, North Carolina and the Middle nivlshm of the jttate nf Tmnessee. iCver al ot the nhveitlltci have nwardt-d tliene irreiniiimi to the proprietor sincv Um additlnu of u.e hove n-mrd liiiirdvelnen(. In a wot d thev ntv rup..-rlor to anything ever before oflVred to the mllir. He iibjohm certifi catet of aeveral prrntlemen of I'hllHtleliihia, well known to the people of lower Kat Teiuiexsee : , "This certlOi'i that the iiiiilt-rsiptied tim;d and tried X. L'. Tburher'i I'reiuMim Wheat Khii, and state (hat it cleaned one bunhel per minute, ne fiHratiujr all filth to such a deirrvc of perfection that It cntnxit be rivaled by any Vnn now In une, and we recommend all who utand tn need of auch a machine oxamine thin improved Fan before purchasing elewhere. J. D. JOSV.S, CIIAH. TANNOV. A. W. CttZART." "Thii certiflee that the uii(ter.ifrned has the Improve ment mule upon N. r. Tlnirh-r', Premium Wheat Kan In my Mill, and state thnt it will separate rocks, corn, sxc.t mini wueai, in addition to me iHkinjr out of smut, cheat, cockle, and itniill Imperfect itrains of wheat. I do hereby recommend said machine tn be the best I ever saw in use, and that those standlnpr In need of siicn a macinne nn:tii to examine nnid mnchine before piir-hftinir elsewhere. J til IS HTANKIKI.D." 'Thiscertlrles that the u ml erxi trued wax reient while in r iiopr.iVriiisriH n.ane upon n. i . Ttiurber's I'retniuin Wheat Kan, was tried at the K. T. k Un. Kail Road l pot in I'hUadelphla, Tenn., and do here state that It conies fully up to the reciim mem Ut ions In separating wheat from cheat, smut, cockle, rocks, corn, and small imperfect trains of wlt-at, ami that I ean take one of am i am uq make n neat perlt-ctty elean. T. J. MAORK. He Is prepared te deliver Fani by his wagons iu low r Kast Tenoeaaee. or at the Depots oa the t. T. k tia. Nail Koad, at the followitis; rates, to wit : No. 1 Small sle, 1 screen, S wheat ridles, 1 smut board, 1 rnke board, J.1) No. 2 Larjre site, U screens, 2 wheat ridles, 1 clo- ver ridle, 1 smut board. 1 rake hoard M No. 3 Improved 2 screens, 8 wheat ridlrs, 1 clo ver and 1 corn riddle, 1 oat board, 1 smut board, 1 rake hoard, ft$ The above rates will be strictly adhered tn. Tfnie will he (riven on (rood paper, with Interest from date. Thefollowlnfta-fitlemfnareauthoriaed to sell said Fans: 8. K. Reeder and J. M. lleml.Tson, Alliens, Tenn.; Ru fus Graves, Charleston; O. W. Aletahder, Cleveland; J. 8. Oliver A Co., Hallon, (la.; fitiford k I-exter. King gold, fla.; Tlnley Watkint, llaaillton co-, Tenn. Orders are solicited from Oeorrria, Alubaraa, and Mid dle Tennessee. Beware of imposition, as none are genuine except those that )iave. Cotton stamped upon them. aijmi, I am manufacturing Plinth's Corn Ciieller. Phop price, cash, 2u. And Scott'f Celebrated Hand Mill price. ca.h, 12. J. COTTON. IMiilad. lpl.ia.Tenn., April T, IW-tf-41'9 J. C. W AhNKK. . . . . .J. O. DRUCKNKK. J. C. WARNER & CO., 1K1LBH9 IN Hardware, Iron, Nails, &c, lintftinon:nf Trniii Agents for tlie celebrated , KK X T UC K Y 1 1 A 11 V EST KR, F11IIAT cuts both grain and grans, and as Improved Wi forlsfS will cut from 1 to 22 Inrhes high. It can he changed from a Reaper to a Mower tn less than five minutes, and when at work the cutters can be instantly raised or lowered hy the driver. Aluo, Agents for the X. Y. HANI) 1AKL(1 ItEArEK. Miller, Winpate A Co's Ttto and Four llorwr I. ever Power unil Tlir'lirrN. The most approved kinds of Railway Hor"e Towers and Threshers, Fhii Mills, Pt raw Cutters, ('urn Phellefs.Cnrn and Cob Crushers, Duponts iUafing and Rifle I'owder, Ac., Ac all of which we fell at Manufacturers prices, with freight added. March J-4ni IVtl Safes! Safes! rjnilK WAY I'D MAKE M ON ICV IS TO SAFE IT, B anil I have just rectiveit a Ifit of the vi-rv best make of Fin, and Ilurjjlar i'rnof falnmanili-r Safes, of iliirerrnt slsrs, whU'h 1 will st'll at rurtnrv prices, with freight adekd. Mar llij 0K0. W. HOS. lllMITS AMIMIOl:s.-A splemllil assart' a m meut of Hoots and tflioes, received anil for sale hy 0CIZ4 A. I'l.KAMK A CU. McEwen & Gillespie nAVK reseivail and openrd their Fall anil Wlnt Oooila, and respectfull kirlle altcnllon to then October S, 66 T AIIFS SUoea. Just rveeired.a fresh lot of M J Ladles Boota, or difMot qaalttiea low down for cash or short credit, at 1I0HT0N HKYAN'g. 1850 1QOO SPRING IMPORTATIONS ! 3vr o n & ysisr cju o o., IMPuaTSItS AND W110LKS1LS UKALKSS IS Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 46 I'uhlic Square, 3NTvisili."villo. "S'AT'E are recelvina: and will have ready for exhihi. T T tion at an early day, a very desirable and care fully selected assortment of Ntuplv ,V lam llry ;ooda, Varictlcsi, A ,., Ac., lo which we call the attention of all ca buyers and tlie trade a-cnerally. slOUuAM t LU. Feb i(l-Cin-4Ui "W I ST llrt'rl wA Collins and Penniman's Axes, wW tlie best that arc made ; Aines'f padea and Sliovela, Also, Parker's Extra GolleC Mill, for sale cheap, by Feb 19 GEO. IV. UOSg. Sewing Machine for Sale, A VKRY fine one, of Wheeler t Wilson's make will 1 . do the work of ten In s day. II. d. COOKK. Jan 10 If lit) ft 'u of Cupping lnlriinipiisi. c m. June vt H .M. IIUHNS. pr i Hlll... and half bhls. best quality New Orleans 9 llolUNHt-N, Just received and for sale low for cash, by Fcbal B. K. BKi'J'MI. STAH f' Ml,l;s Of the very best brands, Just received and for sale cheap, by the box or pound, by Feb 11IJ 0E0. W. 11088. f TSfl lllltT MOSKY.- I will take either I I for debts or a-oods. the folbiwinir Itauks at par : Hank of Knoxville and Hank of llandridne ! and Ilia Hanks of Jefferson, Claiborne, Tasrwell, Trenton, (Miel bvville, UwrcnceburK, and Nashville, at 7.', cents on the dollar. Feb 26 OKO. W. UOM. Rlll. Hand Iron, Hoop Iron, Tyre Iron, and every other kind a Hlacksiuitli or Farmer may need . For sale hy Feb lij C. F. UlliaON ACQ. HOUTS mill Uliorsi, A superior lot Just re' ceived, al IFebl'iJ UHMOS'H. st,fno.F. Slnr 4'iinillpa. on hand and for ft f sale either bv Hie box or retail, low for cash, it F.jb AV B. K. UKK1IK.I. f .11,01 II. We have on hand and" will continue to keep fur sale, s good article of Flour. Jan HOUl'O.N BRYAN. 150 PAPKR HALT on band and for sale by (Nov. mj n. k. KF.r.imn. RJSf HHtral We want lo buy 20,000 lbs. Itnli,, for wliich we will par anything In store. Jan s A II l V A It i: nnd Cnrprnlci-ii' fonU II lleneli 1'iaiies, paws, inset", -.ur., chines, llellows, t'hain rumps anil nature., u,..e Hinges, Sails and Hrada, and H'-arly evarj ilnoa !n that a workman wanls,jj receive! "d,fn,r"!,,',ihJ jm O. W. KOriC. UIII'S " I'llH'll III . More of these clehralcd Hinging .U.y. t qq Vl:' Olll.i: M til. -Just received, X agood lot of cii.'lce8iiirars,iid for sale rb'apfor Cash, by Mar lllj Wliont. Tf, who owe me can pay In swo.1 merchantable Wheat,, lellvered In Ih. Hep... ''"""'h"" higliesl market pries. UccllJ K. HI.KIiMt. Dnooii, Dnoou. vs KIIOIIN A IIOHN!IIY wish In purchase I OO.OOO S ib. Illiruil, I'" which Ihey will exchange ,C.K r." l 'e""i paymea.of debts, sllowlng .bj blgliest market price. " ' -.... t t i'rm'i. A large . .1... luaif fl'l'l MwZ'l loVdo'wn: UOI.WON.KARTAINACO. g IIHHK. very best ..ualliy new crop ."' I'"' t received and for sale by Ft. lll.F.DKH. -,s rmm. TotoftOOO, JO. . srilllllN IIOIIVfHY have Just reoetveit n large S assorlment of tine Cigars, excellent Chewing To. baeco, and good HliulT ' jm OI IIIX-. l,r ,,,rl1 of R'ssly-MadV t-ir '" wrt,udTcticMiK CO. llnltlnal lolha. -SJTCMirilf 1,6, , , and 1", on hand and 'or sals. IN k".5.'M JdcKWFN A "-'-IM 1 wOI II. I'lour. flour.- hes. KuiKTllne Chancery Sale of Valuable Land and Negroes, T X obsJionce to n or.ler of tha t'hnptj 1 Court t l'ikeville, lile.l..e ennty. Ten .leasee, at the March term, 1M8, in the causa of John Htitclierson el al, Kxeculors of John, liillinirsW, deceased, s. Jane It. Hilliupsly et al, I will' offer for sale, to tlx hitjhest bidder, on the 6lh dav of August next, at the late residence of John liillingely, dee'd, in Bled soe county, on a oredit of one nnd two years, except five per cent, of the purchase money required to he paid down, a larjc and valna 1'le Tit ACT OK LAND, containing rluxit Sfi acres of Kocd leequaU-hie soil, which will be divided into three tiacts, so at to funics each a vuliialde farm, one of which will include the widow's dower, and will be sold subject to the same. f.h, i like manner, Thirteen Hundred Acres of Valuable Mountain Land, which wiU be divided int.. two tracts. Also, H h l.IKKLV KKliltolvS. to wit: Henderr son, about 4.5 years uf ai;e; Aninuda, about 20; Morton, about ail; Uichard -li, and Ema line ii5 for all of which the purchaser will be required to give bond and approved secu. rity, and a lien retained on the same until the purchase money is paid. The sale to tie ueiwecn Hie Hours ol 11 and 1 clock. H. C. NORWOOD, C. it M. , rikeville, May 28, 1858-0t-pra fee tlO,.'Q; Chancerf- t eurt al Alkvna. Samuel i'. Henderson, l I). Gates, V. C. Kelson and A. Cleaite A Co. IK this cause it appearing that I'. D. Gates is a non-resident of the Slate uf Tennessee, it is ordered that publication be mado in tha Allien Tost, a newspaper published in tha town of Alliens, for four successive weeks, requiring said non-resident defendant to apt iiear at our next Court of Chancery, to ba held for the county of McMinn, at the Court: house in the town of Alliens, on the 8d Mon day of August next, then and there to lea.l, answer or demur to eompluinnnt's said bill, or the sitme will be taken fur confessed and heard accordingly, WM. LOWKY, C.J: if. June 4, 1858-4t-prs fee J3-506 Keith it Sarti.in. surviving partners of P. II. Keith d Co., j .. . ' -..', James II. Lnsatrr, and Win. Lasnter and Jons than Lusnter, Admr's, do. : IN this cause it nppenrs from an allegation in the bill, which isswern to, that James II. LaBater, one of the defendants, ia not a resident citizen of the Stale of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be made, in the Athens I'nst, a newspaper published in the town of Athens, McMinn comity, Tennes see, for four successive weeks, requiring tha safj .taffies H. I.eVater to make his personal appearance nt our next Court of Chaucery, to oe holden in Athens aforesaid, on the 3d Monday of August next, and plead, answer or demur to the complainants bill tiled in said. Chancery Court, against him and others, or the same will be taken as confessed as to him and set for hearing nq.'CTilingly, , WM. LOWKY, C. d it. June 4, I85S-4t-prs fee $:i-606 Valuable Farm for Sale. ON .Saturday, the 7th day of August next,' the subscribers will sell to the highest bidder, their FARM, aitucteJ on Mouse Creek, McMiuu county, seven miles West of Athens, and two and half miles North-west of Rica-, villa Containing iJ50 acres of Land, 140 acres under cultivation, the balance well timbered and the whole well watered. There are comfortable Dwellings, Stables, 4o., ou the premises; also, a good Apple and a good l'each Orchnrd, and in fact, it is one of the best small Farms in the county. Terms made known on the day of sale. WM. A. KUCKF.li; II. II. 15UKK. May 7, 1853-td-502 Land for Taxes. Nlate off Teiinessse, Hledwoe County. I A. II. NAIL, Collector of the Public Tax s es for the county of Illedaoe, do hereby, report to Court the following tracts of Land as. having been given in for the taxis for the years 185S, 1856 and 1857, ou which the taxes thereon are due and unpaid, aud that the owners or clnimaats thereof have mi goods or chatties within my county on which I can distrain for said taxes, to wit: Hot. PureellW) acres, district No. value (200 taxes S3 cents; collector's fee tl; clerk's fee $1,60; printt-r'a fee fl,oO total MS, T. C. O'off acres, district No. 2, value $200 tax 53 cents; collector's fee H; elerk'a feo Jtl.Snj printer's fee $1,50 total $4,68. Jai. MaUheutSOO ajres, district No. 2, value $250 fox of. cenls; collector's fee !;' clerk's fee $1,60; pr's fici $1,60 total $4,66. O. P. 11 ScaU loo acres, district No. 2, value $50 tax 14 cenle; collector's fee 1,00; clerk's fee 1,50; pr's fee 1,50 total $4,14. John Waterman 'M neres, district No. 9,' value $100 tax .17 cents; 1 poll 1,00; ool-. lector's fee 1,00; elerk's fee 1,60; printer's fea 1,60 total $5,S7. Win. Evil' llfir 300 acres, district No. 4,; value $200 tux 68 cents; collector's fee 1,00; clerk's fee 1,6(; pr's fee 1,60 total $ 4,63. Jto't UiponW3 acres, district No. A,, value $50 tax 14 cents; collector's fee l.OOj clerk's fee l,fti; pr's fee 1,60 tolal $4,14. Mlilta Kirklin- Town Lot, district .No.B, value $10'K), for 1856 tax 2,S; collector! fee 1,00; clerk's fee 1.60; printer's fee 1,60 total $0,65. , ... ..I' Jliha Kirklinr Town Lot, district ho.a, value 1 500, for 1856 tax 4,66; collector's fee 1,00; clerk's fee 1,50; printer'd fe 1,60 total $8,66. . ' V" r Klitha Kirklin Town Lot, district No.6, value $1600, for 18ft7 tax 4,77; colleotor'a fee 1,00; clerk's feu 1,60; printer's fee 1,60 total $8,77. . .. . John Hieafford 200 acres, district,. No. 5, value $2000 tax 6,30; Collector's fee 1,00; olerk'e fee 1,50; pr's fee I, Mr total $9,50. I). liickcttsbO acres, district No. 6, valiia $25 tax 7 eents; collectors fee 1,00) elerfc fee 1,50; printer's fee 1, AO total $4.07. l:.-lorr Ij. Iloieardit)0 acres, district No. 8, value $1600 tax 8.US: oollector's fee 1,00, olerk'a fee 1,50; pr's fee 1,50 total $7,8. Jorph llatdieiniutt acres, di, trial No. 10", valne 200 tax 66 tents; collector's fee 1,00; clerk's fee $1,60; pr's fee 1,55 total $4,6o.- U. L. Ilaland 150(1 acres, ilisli iel no. iu, value 1()60 tax '2.65: collector's fee 1,00; clerk's fee 1,50; pr'sfee $1,60 total $6,66. Kti llalfielilbO acres, uistrici no. iu, vaiuo $50 tax'l4 cents; oollector's fee 1,00; elerk'a fee 1,60; printer's foe 1,60 total $4,14. Jordan Smith 200 acres, district No. 9,' value $200 tax 6H oen'.s; collector's fee f,00? clerk's fee 1.50; pr's fee 1,60 total $4,63. A. II. Naii, Tax Collector Illodso eo; This lath March, 1H58. . . Sworn to in open Court, this 18th day of March, 1858. J. M. Hiiiimjhais, Clerk. Whereupon, it is considered by tha Court that judgment be and is hereby entered, W the name of the Htnte of Tennessee, against, said Lands nnd Town Lots for the sums an.' nexed tn eneh, being the amount of the taxes,' costs and charges due thereon, and it is or dered by tha Court that the aforesaid Lands' ami Town Lots be sold as the law directs, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satis fy the taxes nnd coats thereon. Witness, J. M. lt.titxrM Clerk of our aaid! Court, at office ill Pikovillc, the 8d Monday iu March, 1858. J. M. BK1DUMAN, Cl'k. TVTOTICR On the first Monday fn ol i next (H!8,)I will sell, at the Court house door in l'ikeville, Tennessee, the bc tracts of Limd and Town l-ots, for Ih .J ,.i,ar.,..i il.ia thereon', ot sw neeW .... aftW' lbs Ihcreol as win ue souim. us same. A. 11. N AfL, T ?' , Illedsoe co for the yeri l65-6-67. May 8, 18.'r-td-50 a b,o o o t rssWO Thousand Iwllar. of Hbrlbvville and r.;rtde 1 mon. vwanl. d bv ibe uudrrslaned, for wbleh they III ilve floods Io down. Will also lake .hi . Issues ot II.. II. i. k of Kast Tennessee, In pavinen. for Oimds, at ill el. on lb. dollar. A,.10j tV.U. WITT a UP.. nlla. .lust rsrelveil.a larue In. oftS i yerv brst Nails, all sisrs, fruin ll-l's up . l's, d lor sale b, March 12) (i F.O. W. BOM.