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PACIFIC RAILROAD. lllttllLY I M PUB. TART.
Th. folloiiir reliable news from the Southern 1'acifio U Vilroad, will be received with pleasure ly Ilu- bona Jute subscribers. We copy from tlio Memphis Appe:il: Commercial Hotf.l, Memphis, July 15, 1853. To the Editor Memphis Appeal: Through the influence of your p.-iper, and otherwise, ninny honest persons have been Induced to take stock to renter or Ins dc gres ill tlio Southern l'uciliu it;iilruiid Coin jwliy. It has bren churned Hint the ninny li.-ive been sacrificed for tlie benefit of few. I liuve nothings o do w ith the- merits ol' Ihii ease in this correspondence. I have this iiinroiujr received from Texas both letters mid perM, which iis,uro uie, that on the 3d inst., Or. J Fowl Us had grant- ed lol.i.i.aii injunction, Hie amount of which can only result to the uentht of all the stockholders, so that 1'ieir interests may in the meantime, and with proper diligence, be fully protected and lien-alter preserved. The Koad, at lust, it is Imped, will uo on, with energy, milwilhslundinu the t-tfurts of n ( speculiitora to jfel it into their own bands. It is beliovrd thai the united energy of Dr, Fua'lkes, with Hint of distinguished gentli pian from several other iSlaU-s, reoiillv as sembled in New Orleans, now with him, will tecure and carry out in good faith every ob- . t : . i .. i . i ' i . " Joel mi" yuiiiaur nas nau in view. Respectfully, J. Dklafield, Counselor, &.c, nt (.aw, uoebec, JUiy at. me- Montreal ocean fteaiiiship Indian, Captain Thomas Jones, line arrived with Liverpool accounts to Mi-dues. dy July 14th. Liverpool Colton Market. The sales of Cotton for time days of 15,000 b..les of which speculators and exporters took 1,000 bales eseh, lunvnii; to the trade 13,000 bales. The market declined id., but the principal decline was in the lower grades, and all qual- Ities closed dull. Stale of 7Vk. Manchester ad vines are unl'avuralilu there was littlu vimuirv, mid prices were weak. Liverpool Breadstuff's Market. The circu lars) report business dull. London Money Market. The money mar ket is unchanged. Consols wire quoted at ytiK The steamship Agamemnon, rngnged in sttemptinr to lay Die Allan lie cable, had re turned to Queeimtoan. It had been determined by the Atlantic Telegraph Company, that the fleet should iiari out ngaiu on mo I7in or July, m another alttuipt to lay the submarine' ca ble. It was reported that the Miihumuiedans had insssiicri d at Jiidab about t-w-uly Chris tians, including the English mid French Con suls. Three Uritisli mcu-ol'-war hud been ordered -there. Imte news hud been received from India and Chiua, but was unimportant. St. Louis, July 20. Our Leavenworth despatches of the 19th Inst, per U. 8. Express to Booiieville, say that private despatches from Washington stale mat new military posts lire lo be cre sted at Dig Timbers aud the Cheyenne rats. . A despatch from St. Joseph of the 17th insl., says the Salt Luke mail has arrived, with dates to the 26lh ult. (Jen. Johnston entered Salt Iiik& City on the 29th ult Capt. Mnrcy was with the headquarters in the cjiy. The Mormons have invited to return and tnku possession of their deserted homes. I'rovo was still the rallying point of the llormon. The. Kxpresa, with orders from the War Department fur Gun. Harney, was only six miles, in his rear. Grass was plenty on the route and the In dians were peaceable. Bank of Tennessee. The Clarksville JbiTcrsonian says: Wb lltllr that the Branch'of the Bank of Tennessee at this place is meeting all de mands upon it in coin by whoesover and whenever presented. This is u practical re sumption ol specie payments. It is but jus lice lo the Brunch here to say that never nines the suspension has it refused the specie to the business community. Crop Intelligence. A correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, writing from Old 1'oint, ays: Tlio farmers sojourning here, nil unite in saying that the present crop of whent, in quantity and quality, is fur inferior to that of any crop for eight years; in many parts of the Suite not a half crop has been made. The quantity shipped to Baltimore this season from tide-water Virginia will be far less, probably nut two-thirds of former years. If accounts bo true, the millers in Richmond nay not get as much w heat as they require to keep their immense mills in operation. 03 'The Tuscumbu North Alnbauiian of (lie 22d instant, lias the following para Craph: Hank of America, Clarksville, Tenn. The notes of this Bank are refused in busi ness transactions in this region, not because the bank has failed, but for four it may fail. It is quoted at liar in Memphis, we see. The failure of tlio Citizens Bank bus made our pcuple exlia cnulious. Citizens' Bank Developments. The Memphis Avalanche of the 21st says: We expect to lay before our readers, in to morrow's issue, something tangible in regard lo the Citizens' Bank swindle. Investiga tions are now going on, and so soon as they liiake-thuir repoit, the public will be able lo form some opinion as to this mieerable insti tution. Wo trust the few worthless assets belonging to the thing- w ill bo sent to the bot tomless chasms of Chancery Courts, or swal lowed up by the sharks of law and the huu t'ry olliciiilt, of the Courts. IW The Detroit Advertiser gives this in ti-resting passage in the life of the present editor of the Administration's central or gan: The Administration editor of tho Wash ington Union is Sim Johnson, lie used lo live at Grand Rapids. Old RiX Robinson, of Ada, Kent county, once presented him with pair of stoga boots, but in the hurry of the presentation ho forgot to take them oil' bis leet. They were presented elid-u ise. fcCAn Auburn uentlmnaii recently em ployed a novel mode- of cleaning out an ob structed drain. He usud a large eel, which worked itself through in two hours, and was followed by wntor. tlT The Fsyelteville Journal learns that fob V. K. Stevenson is about to resign lbs 'residency of the Nashville and Chattanooga llailrosd Company, and that the lion. Y. K. 'ullicolfer ia spoken of as his probable) suo ceesor. We beard Ibis rumor .several days S". but do not know bow true it is. The tumor assigns as the reason for Col. Slo vnunn's contemplated resignation of the 1 residency of the Naahvllle and Chattanooga jtailrnsd Company, that lis propones devo jjtiR hit whole energies to the completion of lh. Nashville and Noitliwettcrn Railroad, of l'icli ha is alto .'resident. I 'o. NtW Ohlkans, July 86. Tim steamship 's, from Galvoston, Texas, has arrived 'tli lo bales of new colton, being tlio lit w tutton leeched liciu this season, For Hie Post. As the examining committee of Mrs. Cooks' school, we feel it due the youn ladies and lli.-ir accomplished Instructress, that weijive some testimonial of the high degree of satis fsetion am.rde.1 us by the character of Hie examination, which was thorough aud impar tial. A a school the pupils acquitted them selves in a manner highly creditable tothera- o. ccucr, ami wonnvoi commenda tion. The romsrkable success with which some of the Kir!s applied theiua-lvet to their respective studies, t,writs more than a passing notice. It is impracticable to give a summa ry, such as would fairly represent our esti mate of the comparative merits of the sever al classes. And however desirable such a re port may be in many respects, there are ob jections to the plan which must be apparent to every one who considers it We eannot, however, forbear remarking that some of the young ladies made such astonishing progress during the last half session, as evinced intel lectual capaoitv of the hichejl order and a cultivation as complete a it was rapid. The younger pupils gave evidence of having accomplished the saint degree of proficiency in the riiJiineiitsry branches tsught by Mrs. C, (spelling, reading, writing, arithmetic, ge ography, it).,) as was attained by the older scholars in a knowledge of Green's Analysis, Liavies Algebra, Geometry, History, I'hiloso phy, Composition, Trosody, Ao. All exhibited a familiarity with their studies which was a matter of surprise and gratification. The so quaiiitHiice of the more advanced pupils with the higher bl anches of Mathematics and the Classics was such us would have been credit able to the Alumni of some of our male in stitutions yclept Colleges. The performances of l'rof. Cooke's music class, vocal and instrumental, gave a pleas ing variety to the exercises, aud we would ex press the opinion that no imisio class can pro duee so many accomplished performers upon the piano forte, or so large a . number of per fectly modulated voices without a teacher well skilled in the "divine ai l" of music. l'rof. C. needs no commendation from us to increase his popularity as a professor of mu sic. No one who has heard members of bis class play the "Witches' Dauce," and other equally dillicult pieces of music, can doubt his capacity to thoroughly instruct iu the heateuly science of melodious sounds. A. Cai,ovkll, K. X. McEwkn, J. B. Cookk, Milton l. Jahnaoin, U. L. Youk, J. M. Alkxandkr, J. B. Taylor, Wm. W. Alexandku, S. 1C IUkukh, A. UuKkluin. Examining Committee. Mouk Kvidknok Rkshkotinu tiiic Ukliauility ok Swan it Co. The Tallapoosa Times, after giving the concern of Samuel Swan it Co., of Augusta, Geo., a very good character, says: Of Air. S. Swan, we feel it our duty to say that we have had dealings with bun many years, anil we have, upon all occasions, found him strictly honest, gentlemanly and punc tual; his promptness in paying his prize tick ets can be attested in this county, by those who have diawn prizes of soma importance, since he bus been engaged in the lottery bus iness; nil of them were punctually responded to. Their lotteries continue to draw every Saturday throughout tiio year. On eg on Election. I'.-ivalu letters from Oregon statu that election there has resulted in favor nf the Democrats, who carry the legislature. Gen. Lane, il is said, will be U. S. Senator. Huso Himself. A man recently got married in Kentucky one day mid bung him. self tho next. No doubt lie wanted lo try all the variety of nouses, lo see which be liked the best. Cincinnati, July 24. Flour unchanged; whisky 22; wheat, new white 1.00; red 76; mess pork active at 16 '2.1; lard 10 bacon iu demand ut Ga8; held higher. Nkw York, July 24. Cotton dull; flour 4. 10 a4.15; wheat nominal; corn, white and yellow 0aU5; mess pork 17.12al7.20; bacon BJaSJ for sides; Gaiig for shoulders. Kasuvillk, July 26, '69. Wiikat. Hiiyera are offering tide, for prime licit, 76 lor Wiute. Bacon. Shoulders 6c, Hams 71u8i., Cleat- Sides 8Jo.. from wagons. Front store Shoul ders 04., Hams lia'Jja., Clear sioes tic. SuuAtt. Market quiet, quotations as before say, 7a0o. according to quality. Molassks. Iu barrels, 82a35c. ; in half-bar rels, 87a40. CoKFEit. 12al3 cents. WnisKV. Wo tfiiolo 20a21 for Uectilied. Country brands 40a'i0c. ljAao. In moderate tiemonu ycents. Lard Oil. Manufacturer's prices for pure Lard Oil, UOo. iJaili JVetei. TRIBUTE OF KESPECT. IIiwabskk IjODok, No. 188. ) Cauioun, July 24th, 1S58. J Whereas, in the dispensation of an over ruliuir l'rovidenoe there has been taken from our midst our most worthy and esteemed brother, Wiu'ouu Dooson, iu the meridian of life aud at a period when life would seem most desirable he has been struck down by the ruthless and unsparingly band of death before he reached the zenith of usefulness. He has been removed from the temporal lodge to t tin (rent IaiIuc above, where the Supreme architect of the Universe presides, teaching us that iu the vigor and fullness of lite we are in death aud that from its irrevocable de cree there is no appeal. I herefore, Jittolved, That we deeply nepiore uie untimely decease of our most wormy anil es teemed brother, that iu him masonry has lost one of its brightest ornaments and the coun try in which be lived a most estimable citizen. Krudued. That a conv of this Lodge wear the badge of mourning for tho usual length of time. ... , , , IttHohed, That a copy ol inn preaninie ana ... i i i .i.- r... ..r l.u .1A l-PSill lit lOllS lie IlirillSIICU Ilia hhihiy oi vim uo n,nm.l nil J also the Athens l'ost and Clove- land Banner for puldicatiou. By order of the Lodge. S. P. Stout, Sec ty. Till UUTlfoFltlWrECT. IIiwabskk Loikik, No. 188, July 24th 58. Wheteasithas pleased Almighty God lo remove front our midst our much esteem ed and worthy brother, A. A- Atkinson, and whereas he has been called ftom the tempo; nil Lodge to the Grand Lotltj above there fore, ; . Jietolved, That masonry has lost a worthy member, the community, a good citueu and bis numerous kindred a kind relative. Jietolved, That this Lodge wear the badge of mourning for the usual length of tune. AWwtt Thata copy of this preamble ami resolutions bs furnished the family of thed ceased and also the Cleveland Banner and Athens l'ost for publication. By older of the Lodge. S. 1. Stout, Scc'fy. ir You lluvo A BLIOIIT COLD, A HACKINU COL01I, INFI.l'KS.A, OHOi'l'. or ASTHMA, I'rlCS 10 CC1I 'ei FOURTH BOUND OP gUAUTEllLY MEETINGS F0II ATHENS UISTiiiw. Alliens Station, embracing Athens Circuit, " ,. Aninist 1st , Hih .. Ifttli .. " J 1(.8epl'r Mh . lllh ,. " 1ih .. " Srlth ,.O.t'r 8d STEVENS. Ileeatur Sewe. " Loudon " Madlaonvllle Maryvllle ' lulsvllle " Kingston " It. M. lT,Ae,l IOOFLAND'9 nAMAMIO COItDUL U.. only aure remedy for Uie above i-ompliilnan s True, It win , ,t cure A-lhina! but It will allord relief hin. .Is. i fs He. In II" "t1"' li" l,"v',t Plnrrlotls On the morning of the Tlh Insl.. "'Vrs-.'! i m. K r).s.s".t.ugbl.r of Mr. John Osborne. il.ckct.sl! of Kl.cavuu.ity. Died. "onon,oB Btinaiy nitht.lth lnit.,UiLuurna MkE, ion or Win. M. aud Jpl.m, J,. AltsssUer, rrrf one fnr, eight mouth, sod twenty-two days, "iluifrr little children lo come unto me and forbid them not for of n.-h U I)., ki... .. - ... uvt i ..uu. u( IICS,cn. I (.VMS. Wonderful and mTaterlnu r. il. w. ... . d i deneel How otieo do we see those who lire la the daily Villi I inm. f I. 1 . . ! . . ... . w. whhuuui vi me uni, lire a lone and proapeivjs life, whilst the humble followers of the baeior are eourly afflicud, and often cut down In the now oiien oo we see the wicked live out their "three score year and ten," whilst the cold hand of Death la laid upon the little tender Infant, and il is matched away from its mothers bosom! I was led to these reflections on hearing of the death or Wnxiia Ulnar, the rightk and Uft child of Col. Jamea Parks. A few mouths since. Col. Parks was bereaved of a kind and affectionate wife, who left a little lender Infant to his care and protection. Uul the watchful care of kind relations aud friends could not save It, and little William Henry has gone home to join hla mother and his little brothers and sisters lu Para dise. Col. Parks' wife and eight little children repose side by side In the cold aud silent Grave Yard at Ben ,on ' - W. C. V. Jul Mlh, 1854, COMMERCIAL, Atlanta market. , , Atlas, July 1M. Since we last wrote jrou In reference to the Produce market, we hare no Important ensure to note. The stock of Macon, Ijird and flour is light, with a fair de mand for the two former articles. IIacos, dear sides may be quoted at III (ja in ye; choice hams lo i?J UlStfc, common to prime 11 GK lUr; shoulders nriin. 7m? U'.. I ,BH i ki.i. mi . . ln, . , - - - in wwib. i"5 w ivu; sejrt ana cms 11 tie. IU-TTKK lSo. t'Lui-s, extra family 2,; riiperfine l,lliija. OoK, sacked, dull, 68 66c Msal, sackeil, dull,liile. Oats The last crop in Ten nessee having proved almost a total failure, our farmers are holding uu exjiectiug Iv get tl V bush, for seed for the next crop. Very respectfully, 8EAOO, A nnOTT a CO., Vo; xmintoH JercAunfs, Atlanta, Ja. AiigritMla Ilarket. AuouHTa, July 28. M'e band statement of our market for I'roduce. call ins; attention still to the scarcity of Wheat and Flour. Large orders are now here for Wheat which cau not be fllled. We quote Usois, sldesliiX tie; hams of cholcequalily scarce and worth 10 tic; shoulders 7,! 58 7)c. l.iaDll & lie. Ilurrsa 14 & lftc. TJiicw IsHc Fiua 4,TS C4 4.87X for suerAiie In hsif"; extra supernne 4fit & fA In sacks; extra family 6 S6,Ml In sacks, while the same qualities of Vlour command ftlc more In bar. rels, unci the frelshtis much lower. Wiik.it, red scarce at no 5J 5C; white, SI (t l,n. Cors T-JH ffi 7Kc. Oats fsj (?J olio. Ctocs I'kas sii 4 sue, Fsatukks 8ilc, sod scarce. Jissswix b fo '.'7c. Yours, very truly, J. A. AS8I.EY a CO., ComnUuion and Product Jleniiant. Mavannali Itlurkt-f ftAVASSlH, July 20. Our Produce market has been quite buoyant for the past week. All kinds of Produce very Una, and selling readily at quotations. llAUus, clear sides 10V 10,Vc; ribbed Y Mc; shoulders7 7?4'c; hams, demand for cwd country, Inc. Lakii, iu bhl., ll'c; kens or cant 12 (fb Mc Kuiun, superfine tft 2 V sack; family 2,75 (f 3. Cobs MsalSAc. Onus 66 Hue. Oats Cue. Fsatuess 87c, la deuiaud. J. W. OAtTT a CO., CtnnmitwUtn MercJumtt. Nogrooa for Snlo. AI.IKKI.Y NKGItO WOMAN, wllh two children, for ssle. Knquire at the ofrice of the Pout. .Tnlvao FllOIiACiro, Just received, a Rood supply of dir. a. ferent grades, from common to the best, which will he sold cheap, by Julyild O. W. ItOJS. Negro at Sheriff's Sale, IN obedience to a fi-fa. issued from the office of the County Court Clerk of Meigs coun ty, and to me directed, I will sell to the high est bidder, for cash, on Thursday, the 2nd of September next, at the Court house door in Athens, a Negro man named I'etet, aged about 45 years, to satisfy a debt and costs which James A. Ilotiser, Clerk die., reoovered in the County Court of Meigs county, against W. L. Adams. Sold as t he property of said W. L. Adams. JOHN A. GoflLDY. Sheriir. July 80, I8A8 t prs fee 2 514. Chancery" Court at Kladisouville, Jehu Cunningham. i Hardin Cunningham and others. COMl'LAINANT charges that defendant Hardin Cunningham is not resident in tho State of Tennessee, publication is there fore ordered for four weeks in the Athens l'ost, requiring said non-resident defendant to appear at next term of the Chancery Court, to be held at the Court house ill Mudisonville on the first Monday of December next, and answer complainant's bill tiled against him and others, or the same will, as to him, be set for beariug pro confeum and heard ex parte, J. A. CDh't'l N, C. it M. July 30, 1858 It prs.Jee $3-5J4: Chancery Sale. BY virtue of a decree rendered in the Cha-i aery Court at Mudisonville, in the ease N. O. Walker vs. A. Fine, I will, on the 8th day of September, 18.1S, sell, at the Court House door iu Mudisonville, to the highest bidder, on a credit of six mouths, without redemp tion, (subject to the life estate of Nancy Fine, Sr.) the interest of Abrubam Fine (being one seventh) in the lands of which John Fine died, seized and possessed on Sweetwater Creek, Monroe county, containing 640 acres. JAM ICS A. COFFIN. C. it M. July 80 1868 tds prs. fee 3 60. Maryland State Lotteries II. FRANCE & CO., Managers Of the Maryland State Lotteries, present the following Splendid Schemes Ifllt AUGUST, 1898. They caution purchasers of Tickets to beware of order Ins Tickets in Lotteries where extraordinary large Capi tals are offered for a small cost of Tickets all such are swindles. The Maryland Lotteries have been In existence for Forty Years. They are drnwn by a Htate Oillcer and .... I,, r.lled on. If vnu draw a Prise, you will eet your money. The whole country Is flooded with Uugut Lottery concerns, lleware of them. UBr Order In the Maryland State Lotteries. MAGNIFICENT SOIIKMK. ftlaryluiMl Slate IsOiUr (-Imm N To be drawn lu Baltimore, on PiUunhiy, Aug. Slit, 1858. 12 Drawn llalloti In each Pavkage of 2S Tlclieta 1 Orsnd Prise of. 1 Prise of .4O.0IM1 ,. 11MMHI ,. lll.tHSI 1 Prise of. .f2,0IHi 1 1 1 do do do do ilu do do do do do do do 2,1100 2,000 S.Oln) I, 2IK) 1)00 OII0 4NI 100 fill DO 20 II, 76 do do .. 5,(107 do do do rio do do do do do ,. 5,IKI ,. B.onn S.ISHI .. 8,0011 i t ill 14S M At) or) 4.1M ti.UO ,. S.oihi ,. ,ow iTTi-i... ...n.inllne tO ..Sl'illl.lHKI Tl. kets I0. Ilnlves , quarters h,oii, r.ignui i,w. J do iMlttusrters !,n(l iX do o Kigliths,.. 1U,7 Havana Plan. This Is the old mode nf Drawing. Prises In one wheel, and Tickets In another. Kvery Prise l drawn out. Prises Psld In full, without any deduction. Itlnri'lund rUHle l.otlcrr, Uxlrn Vlaun 0, To be drawn In Ilaltlmore, Md., Saturday, Aug. 8, 1858. 80,105 rrlnral 40,000 '1'lrkela! w would call i.artlsular attention to the following s7end I scheme, a package of l whole ticket, cost-Ins- only --"! every other ticket being warrant ed todrawSIO, determined by the number drawing the Capital Prise, whether odd or even. ni.,iio i - . . .., SCHEME I 1 Prise of . ...AM0 ... H'.nno ... fl.OIHF ... S.loo ... 2,00 4 Approx. to , ...$200 ... loo ... M ... Ml ... Ml do 1 do , do , do , do do , do , do , do do do , do , do do do 1,HH) l.liilll NX) fM Ml 4lH) 4 HI Sim) 200 do do do do do do lis) 100 are... 10 are... 10,000 " 200,000 10,0011 Prises of. . .... n,,..!.,. sin- lltvaS-t I Quarters S2,M1. nnoie nrira - ,..,.., A Managers' Cerilllcaieoi o """--"" r. .,. ,. p., ik. ri.. o..iy. -ii ; ;;;;;.; R Sffi::::::::::S 110 The M.naiers have been compelled from the nnmer. f tl.o..who have been tt''llng a the J nlllnjof Otis omul SrTr. t'r".-"." .... .or'rpoa...c. business, and in ,, v .. K. nKEPFR wishes I" pur C "'.."."o.uin.r.y .f Corn, for which he w... pay the marksl price, N0"M- n d 4 rrr. n.r;.nt X m necr.e, ' - . ,,,. Nnte, and romc iiiiws "i I il si hin li.rwarn immr ".i - - . ai,-, t,,r "j.UWi MaULLEV. Executor, July SI. l!A-8t-M .no. a. araasu.. buao a. surra. ms a. peTusa. P .TTOX, SMITH & PITXAM. Cotton and Tobacco Factors, ISO ' tseneral Csmmission TIerrhaatae Cor. Tchoupltoulss and Gravlcr sts., 2NJ"o-v- Orlonua, V GENTS for the sale of every description of Menu factured Tobacco. July x4-ly-GI8 East Tennctses i Gcrs;iu Hail Koad Stockholders Convention. ' ''1112 Annual Convention of the Stuekhold a. era or Ike East Tennessee and Georgi Kail Koad, will ba held at thu Com omn v orlice in Athens, on the tirst Weduesdav i i . uvjiiciuuer lieAU npectal Trains will leave Knnxville an IMIton at 7 o clock A. INI., ou that dav Stockholders snj their families will be cuu treyed to and from the place of meeting fret cnury, upon exoiiuii in; to tue Lomuclors tueir wertincates or Mock. TIIO. J. CAMPBELL, Su'v. July 23, 1858-td-6IS IIIE t'HKWnti TOHHTO.-Just re a.' eelved. a lot of auoerior (hewiiie Tohapcn Hn Brand no mistake. Ilulir-SON, 8AKTAIN a CO. July ta J. Am ANSIJ1Y V CO.. OKNKRAL Coiiniii.kion and I'roduce Jtlercliant Omc. on Broad street, opposite tuion Bank, "tY-TILI' fl' prompt and personal attention to the w w sale or ttacon, Lard, uraln, rlour. Cotton, aud all articles of Merchandise consigned to Ihein. Liberal advances, either in cash or by acceptances, made on ar ticles in store, or when bills oflailuiir accompany drafts. j. a. AHIU.KT, i jnuitwuiii Memoert oj J j. u. hasd. j. a. wilvux, I rtrrn. I n. n. anhi.rv. Karaasscss: Paddelford, Fay a Co., garsnnah, Go. uvu. " . i iniaiiia tv. Vilianesiun, D. V. IV. A. Kll-h- ardson, Louisville, Ky. 8. K. Keeder, Athens, Teun. W, B. fhapard a Co., Nasl:rille, Tenn. N. U. A rigid adherence to the principles of a legitl- untie iuiiinnsaiin uusiueaa win oe ouserved. July lO-tf-oia FOt .vrAlX IIIIsL Male aud Female Academy, FoUNTAm Hill, McMisa co-.Tk-ns. J. H. BISHOP, Principul. Miss M. S. BISHOP. lustructrtii In French and Kng. mil liiit'rniure. rrllEHKCONl) HKS?ION of tliii Instltiitlrtn will com mence on Monday, the 3d day of Auguil next. RATKS OP TUITION, Pkr Pkk.x op 21 Wkkkh. Payable one-half in advance, baUnce at cloie of sco-lou Orthography. Reading, Writing and Arithmetic,.. $5,00 OeogrHphy, Urnintnar, Philoiuphy, History, Cotu- posltion and DecUmution, 6,00 Phytiology, Astronomy, Algebra, Geometry, aud the higher branches of Mnthcuiat.cs 10,l0 Latin, Greek, French, and Belles-Letters, 12,00 Bourding in good families, convenient to the Acad? my, for the sum of 41, lift per week, wHsliing extra. 1 is very desirable that all who design entering as pupils be present on the first day of the session. No student admitted for less than half seMon, ami no deducliuu fur lost time except in cases of protracted sickness. The undersigned, Trustees of Fountain Hill Academy. are happy to announce to the public that, after a fair experiment, they can say with confidence that the ad vantages afforded by this Institution to students de siring a thorough or a business education, are not ex celled by those of any similar institution. The plan of Instruction is substantially the same as that pnmied at r.uinry ami iitmry college, a., wnere the Principal obtained his education. The iiutructress In French, having been educated by one who spent many years of her lire among that people, is thoroughly prepared to teach the pronunsiatlon of that lauguage, iu which teachers are generally so deftricnt. There is iu connection with this Institution a Literary Society and a well selected Academical Library, both or which atlurd advantages or a superior kind. In ad dition to these, the advantages of location recommend this Institution very highly to those desiring to send or go to School. It Is a quarter of a mile Kast or Mouse Creek Depot, surrounded by a beautiful grove, and n.iir an excellent spring. Judging from the past, Its frlendt. predict lor it a future tun or proiperny and usefulness, JOHN r. MtKHlUM, V . A. PTKI'HBXK, KnjiuCTK, ; David Nkil, H.L. PlTHLTfl, Trwim, Fountain Hill, July 10, ltt-tf-M3 TOII ITf O. Just received, on consignment, a lot of good Tobacco, which 1 will sell eht-iiper then any oue, for cash or wheat J. M. HKN'PKItSON. whoat Wantod. W WISH to buy lotto bushels f good old or new crop M. neat, to be delivered soon. . July 10 J. M. IIKNDKRSON, Fruit Cans and ,lir Kliaus(ers. A LOT of Preserve Cans, and l)aytons Imiroved X m. F.xliauster, the heat Riiowa to the trade, tusnulnc lured hy John A. Lee, Cliattnnonna, juat received and for sale cheap, by HUllr-SUN, SAKl'AIN k CO. July 10 -. . ispitlH I 'OI ! The sutucrihi-rtt.will give Cash iur t.', L'oru fot- the next ten days. July It) UOUCiiON, SARTAIN k CO. Great Southern Remedy. roit Ai.ii BOWEL DISEASES 1 CIIOLKRA, DVrtKNTKItY, DUIllllllKA, oiini.KKA sinitnus, iin.iora coi.ic, OIIOI.KItA INFANTUM. Also, ADMIRABLY APAPTKh TO .VAtFY MSEASKS OF Mil A LES, MOST KS'Ki 7.1 . I Y PA 1SFUL MKKsrilCATloX. rrllE virtues of JACtlll'S COKUIALure too well known a to requre ent-oiniuins. 1st. It cures the worst cases of Piiirrhica. 2d. It cures the worst fornis'of Dysentery. Ad. It cures California or Mxicau Diarrhtea. 4th. It relieves the severest Colic. nth. It cures Cholera Morbus. 6t)i. It cures Cholera Infantum. 7th. It cures Painful Menstruation. 8th. It relieves l'ain In the Hack and Loins. 9ih. It counteracts Nervousness aud Despondency, llllh. It restores Irregularities. 11th. It dispels (llnomy and Hysterical Feelings. 12th. It's an Admirable Tonic. A FEW SHORT EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS, TESTI MONIALS, Ao. ,4I have used Jacob's Cordial In my family, and have found It s most efficient, aud In my Judgment, a valua ble remedy. Ilns. IIiksu Wabssk, Judge or Bupreme court, beorgia. ' 'It gives me pleasure In being able to reconnrend Jacob's Cordial ; my own personal experience, aud the experience of my neighlmrs nnd friends around me, la a sufficient guarantee for me to believe It to be all that It purports to be, vis: a sovsnsius iki,i. Wm. II UntiKSwnnn, Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit." "I take great pleasure in recommending this Invalua ble medicine to all nfllli-ted with bowel diseases, for which I believe It to he a sovereign remedy decidedly smierior to any thing else ever tried by me. A. A. ttjirxnixn, Deputy O. M. of the Grand Lodge of Ucorgla." "I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and this, with all I hear about It as a remedy by those who have tried It, Induces me to believe that It stands at the hend of every preparation of the kind, anil I would reenm. mend its use In the diseases for which it Is compound ed Milks G. Dohsins, Cashier of the Dank of the State of Georgia, tirillln." 'Ifflirre Is any credibility In human testimony, Ja cob's Cordial must stand pre-eminent shove nil other preparations for the cure of llowel Diseases. From the mass of testimony in lis favor coming In from all quar ters, it most be very far In advance, as a curative agent, of most If not all other "patent" preparations. A, Flshiso, Cashier Marine and Fire Insurance Ilank.Urlflia." "This efficient remedy Is trnvellng Into celebrity ss fast as Itonaparte pushed his columns Into Russia, and ealnine conimendailan wherev.r used." (Jtorgla Jet- ftrtonian. May 9tk, ISM. Sold bu lruKKllm f.verytrhtrt. Druggists, Merchants and Physicians, supplied hy B" ' J. ASIIIIURST, Importer and Wholesale Druggist, CharUiton. July 10-ly-Mll Dr. Samuel Gilbert, VFTKR an absence of several years, engaged In the successful prosecution of Ills profession, especial ly iu the cities uf New York and New Orleans, has re turned to m. m, nircJiriiis tkss.i and Is now prepared to treat Ohronlo 13 latoasioai WITHOUT SVIlUtCAL OPKIIA 1IOAS. Owing lo the fact of his having procured the assistance " SILAS T. GILBERT, M. )., A graduate of the Jefferson Medical College of Phila delphia, and who has had ample professional experi ence in the elites of New York and Charleston, patients will now be treated on more favorable terms than here. l"(ry-SLAVES will be boarded, lodged and treated for tl,,'o per day. , , . .t . . . I IT Particular atlentlon psld to the treatment of CIIIION1C IHSEASESpecullsr tn frmales, CAfcKfts, rtmoits, i t.i ins, a i .., ,f. During Dr. Gilbert's absence from this section of the Union, certain p-rsons have, to the great detriment of many of those who have employer! them, attempted to Imitate him, professing to have a thorough knowledge of i. li.a .nd mode of treatment. The public Is here- much professional sagaeiiy a.... r-r. .... successful use of ...rglrsl Instruments. Pamphlets of Testimoulsls, Ac., for gra nitons dlstrl- . 'i1 k. h.rt ou wrsonal applleatlnn, or by ad dition, may be had ou jii(!) B 4t v H() ' son Main street, (Ureeulsw's Itulldlng,) July2-lm-6I0 Memphis, Teaa. J' CUT wcelved and for sale, a lot of Preserve Gens, j Aljo, on. dosen GUI Picture "' c0'. m -a, iiFI.S good Kerl and White Wheat 1 ff wailtn'or which I will par me ninn .Tiarkst price. IJuiy soj S. K. i:t.r.itit. is oa. r. riTTos... by notified that nr. iinneri -iv...v .,....., .... any disease: that his success has been almost who ly "wing to his .. oW "Prritnet. The ju. r ..a., aim Biimirn,iMi inimu. ,., " - Swan & Co's Lotteries IUMPHANT. SWAN Sc CO. Continue lo Draw as tinual without ant-rriiiliou. L OTTEMES A H E L EU A , a AL'l'llOlllZED HY THE STATE OF OEOUOIA THE LATE ATTEMPT TO INJURE Our firm has shown THAT OUR L0TTKKIE8 ARE DRAWN FAIRLY ; that our Prises are pid punctually ; and that oar Schemes are more liberal than any other Lottery In the world I The following Scheme will be drawn by 8. 8was A Co., Managers of the Siarta Academy Lottery, in each of their Single Number Lotteries fur August, ism, at AiuuBia, ueorgia, in pubiio, under tne superintend ence of Commissioners. CLASS 27 draws on Saturday, AUGUST T, 1HM. CLASS 2 draws on Saturday, AUGUST H.lsM. CLAMS 2l draws on Saturday, Ai GI ST 21, 1MSS. CLASS 81) draws on Satunlay, AUGUST 24, 1M. On lite IMan of Mitijle umbers. ftO.OOO TICKETS! Q,400 PriBONl Nrartf One Pritt to Kctry TV kefs 3VXtsxxl21ooxi,t Solioiue I To be drawn each Saturday in August! 1 Prise of S70,000 4 Prise of 900 1 do ,."" 4 do hi HI 1 do ln.ooo 4 do 7iai 1 do .Vihhi 4 do too 1 do 4,ihmi Nl do oo 1 do 8,"tK M do H) 1 da l,J(Hl!llal do 1-J5 4 do 1,000 2;W do loo Approximation l'riaina. 4 priiesol S4:)Oapproxiiiiatingtof7ll,oi)Oaretl ,l0 4 do S.MI approximating to Ilii.lUMI are 1,200 2iS)iiipioiimating lo ln.oOOare bis) 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 4 do 12o iipproximatliig to 1M approximating to 7A approximating to &0 approximating to 20 are.... A.onOar. Alio 4,iKuiare -too S.iiiio are 8uo 1,600 are 2i'0 100,000 8,000 do 5,M J Prises, amounting to t32l),000 WM Ticett0-llalrfiQiMrUrt 2. ITtT A Circular showing the plan of the Lotteries will b? sent to any one desirous of receiving II. lrf mmif or paejcuat, will be sold at the following rales, which is the risk : Ucrtlllcaleof Packageof 10 WholeTk-kets $-0 iu nail " 4(1 10 Quarter " 20 10 Eighth 10 111 Ordcriiig- Tickets or t'crlif ieutea, Eclose the monej to our address for the Tickets or dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail, purchasers can have Tickets ending lu auy llgure they may designate. The list of Drawn Numbers and Prises willbs seat to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures Plain. and give their Post OIHce, County aud State. Remember that every prise is drawn, aud pay able In full without deduction. All Prises of .1,0011 and under, paid immediate ly after thedruwiug other Prisesat the usual tiueof thirty days. All communications a trictlycnnndentlal. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to June 4-ly-Aol) S. SWAN A CO., Augusta, fla. tW" Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or At- lnnta, Ga,, can have their orders tilled, nnd save time, by addressings. Swan A Co., at either of thusc cities. rcr a list oi tne numners unit are drawn irom tne wheel, with the amount of the prise that each is enti tled to, will he published after every drawing, In the following p'.!pi-s : Augusta (Ga.) Constitutional!, t, New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston Stan dard, Nashville Gasetle, Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Weekly D.-iy Hook, Hiivannah Georgian, Richmond Dispatch. New York Disputed, Paulding (Miss.) Clarion, and Little Rock (Ark.) True Democrat. GenOOHIlIEB. 1mf T. IIIIDS. Porto Rico and New Orleans Sugars; MB il "0 bhls. Olarilkd aud Crushed do.; HOO bags lllo Coffee; 100 '.lids. Molasses; 200 bids. Pnrio Rico Syrup and 8. II. Syrup : l,O0() kegs Nulls, all sites ; KtHr ooxes rnuacco, an granes ; 200 boxes Adi.mantlae Candles; 30 Mefces Rice. Also, a lartre slock of all articles In the Grocery line. to which we invite the attention of the Tennessee trade. All consignments of produce will receive our very bust and prompt attention. ii iia.ii a AnrMjbi, June 18-1y-o08 AujtwUt, Oeorgia. 1858 SPRING ! 1858 TS now in recoit of a large and tiuueuully X woll selected stocK ol Spring nnd Summer Goods, emlirauinir a pretty Keiieral assiirtnieiit of articles ailnjiteil to the Benson and the neces- ilies of tlio country generally, v. lueli lie is otieriiig on very aeouiniiimlttting lernis, anil lo wliielt ho invites tlio atlentlon ut Ins cus turners and the pnlilio. lie deems it tin necessary to extend this notioe hy iriviiii; in detail an inventory of his Guoils, but will say thut he has a fine assort ment of Ladies Dress UooUs; lioiinets anil Bonnet TiiuiuiiiiL's; I'l-ints, ito- (ioods fur Gentlemen's A)arul in grest variety, Hants and Shoes, Hats, ito. For furtliur purtioiilars cull and examine the Ouuils. April 1 Riverside Hall, Illveralde, Itlonroc oiiiit-, Tenn, ItKV. J. O. DOWNIXil, llsrroa, Aided hy an efficient corps of Teachers. 'IUR above Literary Institute, for Young- Ladles, Is B now open for tlie admission of pupils. Tl.s literarv. domestic, aud religious advantages nf this Institution, are not surpassed by those of any other In the Union. For circulars, with terms, and lithograph of the build ings, address the Kt-rtor. June II, IN3 aui-OUl JOHN A. BURCKM YER, Commission Merchant, rxH tub BAt.m or FLOUR, (JRAIN, ASD ALL HMDS OF COV.VTIi Y PllOnCCE, i East Uay,....(:iarlealos K. C. I1IIKRAI, Cash advances made on Produce in Htore, J Mr. (i. A. Nsiirrss will live bis personal atlenllon to the sale of Produce. Juno -8iii-ilHi A. S. JARNllilX, lliit'UKM'o opiT Inline., Pulk County, Tenn. ty OIHce uear Masonic Hall. June ll-tf-M7 1) I UTS I ! t'A HITS ! A lot of I'slnts and Oil Just received and for sale hy June tin huuesus, n.ntrAirs a uu. A NO. 1 article of Crushed and Loaf furar, jnt re J eelved aud for sale by W. C. WITT A CO. June 4 CJ (WM have three of Itowland's best Cross-Cut sdims 0. W und 7 feet Ions- which I will sell vhraprr than they can be bought elsewhere. rfune ii i". nr.., 1. Free Hanks a Humbug! SVTKVKnTIIKI.KM.It l 'net that l W. O. WITT tt Oo. still csnt.nue to sell fllKAP 11. IK (.AIM. Pries their Goods and he ennvinee.l. They hold out great inducements to CASH UUYK118. Athens, May 2s Conic Up nud Save Costs fcS the first d:iy of Julv, nil the Notes and Accounts I of IlKADKIIICK A I.OWHY remaining unpaid will he placed in the hands of an officer for collection. We do this to save ourselves. ,.,, May is, lVj-tf-OUS iiKAur.iiiun. a isiwsi. A HMAIX lot of Northern made Orune Cradles, .Ta complete, on hand and for sale hy April SS B. K. KivMir.it. VKIRfT rate Ttsr Home Wniron sni iiar nea, for ssle by A-H) B. K. ItKKiiKII. N t 1 nlla. . lust received, a large lot oi ins very best Nails, all slses. from Sd's up to S.hl's, I fur iiile bV MHrun 11 usu. . . v. -. Safes! Safes! WH WAY TO MAKK MONICY IS TO HA FK IT, -.l l l,.. lu.t received a lot of the very best make of Fir. and Ilufglar Proof Hnlaman.ler Hafes of fferent slses, w tilch i win sen a t"' "-" eight added. mar nij wr.v,. . r.,.m. Gri'ooorlon Z rriT received and for salt cheap fur oasli I H hl.ds. prime New Orleans Sugar j 1'J Mils, wrllne Itebolled Molasses J m half hlils. do do. SI sacks prime Klo Coffes. June 4 1, M. HENDERSON. HARD TIMES OTWITIISfTANDINU, the fwipls ilill crowd tht B'0r II'. C. MUTT d: CO. wonder they l.svs a good run of eustom-lhey No Try thrill Slid bs convinced. IXiwnMOO Oolloco, .Tluiiroo rs., Trnni If In s prosperous condition. Th. nest Session will l.rsln the .th of Augu.t. Tulllon and Hoard on favorable term". Kr further Information, Inquire of PI0f.lo.k orProf. Tsyl-j. ,w, Near Madlsouvllle, July i, lsii iiu-Jlu New Furniture Store, Sweetwater Tenn f"VIE uhK,riKr would rrtpeftfully announce to lh M- citiseni of Mourov aud McMiuu couuiici, Uit h 3T"vxxxiltxno Soro t In th larire vliite houe furuttrljr uocuplcd byJ.T. Kowlaitd, dee'd, whre he Intends to k ( on hnnd a ksindvouiv aasortinrnl of KA8HIONAULK BUKMTl'KK, nd will cotuprte with mny houM of tti kind, both iu quality mud pric. Tbr present stock campriaet .TIubocMny nud Walnut Wardrobe, MARBLH TOP AKD PLAIN BC HEALS Of litre Tables, Diiiinir Tables. Dretiini; Tahles, and Ta bles of every deacriittiou: (ofas, Ueltees. divans: Par lor and Rockiufr Chain, Plain aud Fancy Cane-seat l nairs, Cot I are Chairs; rreiich tfeuaieaus, both ma h'irany and wmIuuI, Cottage Bediteads, and Dods leads oi all dvsrrtiUoiis; Wanh biandt,tcM c. The puMic are luvitrd to call and examine the Furnl ture and ud(tt for themselves. It Is perhaps necessary to say mat thii rurmture Is manufactured hy John U. (Iray, Uraysville. Ua., and will be supplied at all times necessary, on short notice. U. u I e.akwood. Uay Ul, '&S-tl-sK uweetwater, Tenn. A Sublime Couccpliou. f Is an era of lljrht and knowlcdire ! Science Is W gradually llluuitnatins; with Its divine rays all that witsuarK, mysterious and incomprenensiDis in nature. We are at last breaking; through the shell of tubitance and Kettiiiti at the kernel of truth and reality. The actual, iu Its nimiinews and superficiality, ts seen throueh. and seen but as the mask of the iutintte Ideal. We are getting up the float ins; and delicate fibres of the clue te destiny; and Philosophy, ouce free from the fetters of ltfuorai.ee, will In due ason point every uouy, aim tile rus. oi niaiiKinu, 10 BTOKK OV Horton & Bryan as the ptac. to procure llielr OXiOTHBai MajrSl Sulphur Springs, Hliea ('ouiilf. d PKNKD hit the reception of visitors 8th June. rns7 lite iiutel Duildinirj have been enlarstd ud Itn proved, and the accommodations are ample for a hun dred and tlfty or two hundred guests. It is unnecessa ry to apeak of the medical virtues of the waters. They uave ueen sumcienuy teitcdt aua their reputation is c tublUhed beyond diauuts 'there u a iiaiiyliue or hacks ruantntr between Athens l)f pot, Kast Teiiuettscs aud Georgia Uailroad. aud tle hprings, to that persons cau be convey vd tu and from tliem without incurring auy delay. June 11, ltiM-tes-DUIJ W. a. UUKKR, Proprietor. Pin Hook Fcrrv. " JKKSONU ti-KvclInK to and from Hu!iliur Springs bl iti.ea county, win tluj tne cm Hook serrv KuikI Ly dewee Mills, tlie best aud shortest route. The ilu tunce from Alheus to the SprluKi, by this road, Is il nines, -i nere is an exeMtosu ooat. carelut s-erry.uan and Rood banks at botb lauuiugs, and, cuuiiiurutivel uu river mil. lu eruiis. , , v. I SASS, June 11, lsM-tl!-uT 4. 0. WlbSKS. O. BSUCKSBS, J. C. IV.lUXKIt- &. 10., USAtSM IS Hardware, Iron, Nails, &c, 1 llHllUIH0fM Teim.t Agents for the celebrated KKNTUCKY HARVESTER, f BlH AT cuts both griil n and gram, and a Improved I. for lAS, will cut from 1 to 22 Inrhei high. It can he chnrifferl from a Reaper to a Mower lu lens than Hve niluutei,uud when at work the cutters can bu iuslttuUy raiHcu or lowered by the driver. Also, Agents for the N. Y. HAND It A KINO REAPER tllller, Winirale A Co's '!' atnd lour Horse I, ever Powers isiid I lirr.lD-r. Tlie most spproved kinds of Hallway Horse Powers and Tl.reshers, Kan Mills, Straw Cutters, Corn tliellers,Corn and Cob Crushers, UuFonts Hlasllns Slid Kilte Powder, Ac.. Ao. all of which we sell at Manufacturers prices, With freight added. March itu-sui-iiNi 1OOTN AUD KHWIUh A splendid assort' nient of Boots aud shoes, received and for sals by OCl i. 11,(1111 s w. McEwen & Gillespie nAVU reseived and opened their Pair and Wiut Goods, and respectful! Hi rue stli-utiou to tkea October 0, OS r AIUi:l Nliooa ust received, a fresh lot of I A Ladles Hoots, of different qualities- low down for cash or short credit, at UUKTON A liKYA.VS iooa ioao SPRING IMPORTATIONS I 2VX OIIG-AN csVs o o IMrUHTSHS AND WUOLSSALS PSSLSaS IS Foreign and Doiucslic Dry Goods, No. 4(1 Public Pqiiar., TJ'A.aBla.TT'llle. WE are reoelvlng and will have ready for eShlbi. tlon nt an early day, a Very desirable aud care fully selected assortment of Muple Jt I'uiicy ItrK Uooda, Visrlvliea, to which we call ths aileutioa of all rlou buyers and the trade generally. AlOitUAM CO. Feb iO-uiu-yi SchIii Machine for Sale, A VKItY line one. of Wheeler A Wilson's make will X doiheworkof teu lu a day. U.U. COOKK. Jan 15 tf la6 H. C. U'lTT sV VO. sr srAVK last received a lot of Fashionable Caslmere M M. lists, Spring style. April Id ilL sale by April 14 8. K. KKKUKR. CJVIl I 'I. Stuart's Steam Refined Oolden yrup, 3 for sale by ISov. WJ 8. K. KtKUi.lt. A u" of (Juppiiif Inatrumenla. m. June is VM. UliKNfl. ft t B 14 rul half bhls. best quality New Orleans tJ)W iflalatt.ea. Jnst received aud for sale low for cash, by seugtl B. a. sr.r.nr.a ST AH ;AMI.I'.S Of the very best brands, just received and for sale cheap, by the bos or puuud, by Keb lvj UKO. W. KUS. U. ' I It II V. T M O X i: V. I will take either for debts or goods, the following Hanks at par : Hank of Knosvllle and Hank of Dandridge; aud the Hanks of Jefferson. Claiborne, Tasewell, Trenton, Ch.l- byville, liwreuceburg, snd Nashville, at 7A cents on the dollar. Keb l) UHO. W. HOPS. IKO'V. Hand Iron, Hoop Iron, Tyre Iron, and every other kind a Ulacksiuilh or Kanner may need. or sale hy Feb lij C. f. UIUSON A CO. T1IMITN nnd slisi's. A superior lot Just re- MM ceived, at Kturjj GIUsUN'B. -g 1I0XW Stnr tan dim, on hand and for sale either hy ths box or retail, low for cssh, by jebiia b. k. ur.Mir.it. 1.M.OI It. We have on hand and will coutiuuo to ; keep fur sale, a good article of Klour. Jans iiuuiom a unian. IK. 4 SACKS SALT on band and for sale hy JU INov.WJ B. K. KKfcDKK. UAUSl llnir.I We want to buy 90,min lbs. Hags, for which we will pay anything in store. Jan s HOuYl'oa a iimaa. HA It It W A It K mid Cur pp nlrrs' Tssl, Uelich Planes, taws, Cliitels, Augers, llorllig Ma chines, llellows, Chain Pumps and r.stures, uuie Hinges, Nails and Drads, and- nearly evsry thing else that a work.nau wauts.Just received and for sale hy HAIITH Of U.I ti . Mors or mess celebrated bulging Hooks for sale hy May'iv v. r. uiiiaun a lu. TkTl'W Oltl.i:A M tsAlt, Just received, 1 a good lul of choir. Sugars, and for sale cheap tor cash, by Mar 1UJ O. W. KObS. Xlaoou, Dnoou. SKIIOHN A IIOHNSHY wish lo purchase llll.lHll II... It .-,. for which they will eiehange OiMHla, or receive it III payuieul of debts, allowing the highest market price. May 7 ii:tni-nni: ( uirnnii.-A large H and superior lot Just received and opened, and will be sold low down. HOIIMDS.BAHi Airt a uu. IIIIDS. very best quality new crop miliar, just B re,-e,. ,l .ml for sale by a. K. Ithr.ur.it. Olsci-x-A. Tobaooo, cJtoo. SKIIult.N HOHN.tllY have Just received a large assortment of line Cigars, excellent Chewing To bacco, and goud Snuff. April 9 1. '! . lr oi nesoy-Mao. y Clothing, Just received aud lor sale by uct U " vw. Ilnlllllir t'lolha. -SVTUMIIKIIS 4,5, 0,8, H sun in, on nana ann lor saia Oct. 6, 'DO McKWKN A UILLMPIK il Ol lt, Flour, llonr. Hest Supernne Flour, just received snd lor sale cheap for rash by April iW "r-"- " IIXsHN. Just rerslvrd, a lot of School Hooks, of the lalesl aud most approved ertl. lions, snd lor sal. cheap, uy u. w. uoss. July s i ' Oh TMng that it Utally Uaoit. Jl'IIT received, anoiner mi . wirniii s asira Hie-am lUOued Syrup, and for sal. at SI per gallon, ouaAhy Ainu ti'o-w- hoss. UAJ ! II 4 UN I W. will Uk. In .schang. for (I.hkIs all th. clean Uotlon and Linen Hags that mas lie oirer.-l. allowing the highest market price for Ii.. u,. (May Sl lUIIIKrHIN, 8AHTAIN A CO. pe-sr1 and for B. K. KEEUtCIt, A salt ly M'7 til t haoccry Court at Alhrrm. Tbotuasli. Uopkina, J. K. MorfurJ, Ueit fiieuJ, Ac, tt at, a Tlioina, II. Callaway, James II. li.i.les, et aL Otitfinnl and Injunction liill j IN this ranee it appearum that the lieirs of John 11. Kujes au.l of (il-ecul.erry Kmles, deo'.l, Cliailes I'. H,.,ies, Thomas J. lio.les, Henjamin K. Ko.les, Meholas Del. tor an.t wife Mary, Thomas I.al.un snj wifs Amy, an. I Tola au.l V.my 1. (.'..U, formerly Kmily J. Kuitflit, lieiis at law ,.f t'l.arles lio.les, ileo'J, ar non resi.lenls of the Sie 0f Tennessee, it is ordered that ul.!ication be ma le in lh. Athens Post, a newspiti-er lMihlinheJ in tha town of Athens, for four successive weeks, requiriiij; said nun resident defendants to Ap pear at our next Court of Chancery, to ! Iiel.l for the county of MeMitiu, at tlie Court house in ths town of Atheus, Tennessee, on the 8d Monday of A.iirml next, then and there to plead, answerer demur to complain ants said bill, or ths smut will tifl taken for Ouufessed at to them snd heard aecordine;ly. WM. JiOWRY, V. d J. July 3, 1 858-4 t-prs fes f 3-S10 Miller F. Rice, as the next fiieud of Nancy Jane Seuter, is. James V. Senter and others. Uriginal and Injunction Ai.7.1 IN this cause it sppearinu; thai .li-liii II. I-etity and wife Klial.elli I.euly, ai-s nun residents of the SUte of Tennessee, it is order, ed that publication be tnado in t he Athens l'ost, a newspaper published in the town of Athens, for four successive weeks, reuiiiiiuir said non resident defendants to nppenr at our next Court of Chancery, to be held for tho county of McMinn, at'the Court house in tha town of Athens, Tennessee, on the 3d Monday of August next, theu anil there to plead, an swer or demur to complainant's said bill, or the sain will be tukeu for coufoed as to tUetu sod heard accoi-.liunly. W II. l.UW uy, (J. it M. July S, 1 858-1 t-prs fee f o-aii) Premium Wheat ans. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS!!! FBVIK subscribsr would announce lo tli fiirminfr puh M. lie. Miller-, ami others ititrr nlvA tlmt lie still cuntlnuvs to nianuisrture, in rnllmtiluliln, Mntin county, Ttiin., J. U. TIICHHKIVS J'ihJilM WU&A T aTAASL and that tie hs atMeri an iumrovfra meut thereto that will separata Onrn, Kye, K'teks, Ao., from Wheat. He now tint ten himself that his experi ence enables hlin to fUrnlh the machine io long been desired by the Kanner and Miller that ts, to separat all RIth, down lo the rock which annoy tho so who threih, on the ground. These Fani hitre received rewards of merit and preniiutui tn various tUntes of the Union, to it: New York, Virginia, Ohio. Itn.ttina, Wlnou, Mlclif- ITan, Houtb Carolina, HunHylviiiiint North Carolina and the Middle DivUiou of the State of lYnni'SHee. Hover al of the above States bate awarded these premiums to the proprietor since the addition of the above nuou'4 Improvement. In a word they ure superior to anything ever before offered to the public. He uubjoius cvvUrt. eates of several froutleineu of Fbiladvlphla, well kuuwit to the people of lower Kant Tennessee : "Tins certiUei that the unuercivueo: umi ami trien N. U. Tliurber's Hreioluui Wheat s'au, and statu tlmt it cleaned one bushel per minute, separating all tilth to such a degree of perfection that It cannot he rivaled by any Van now In uie. and we recommend all who stsnd In need of auch s machine examine thin improved k'aa before purchaslug Uscvrlturu. J. ! JONM, l ii .:a i t A. YY.COZAHT." 'Thin certifies that the unilfrnlgned lins the linprnrtw ment made upon N. IT. Thnrber's Premium Wheat Fun In my Mill, and state that It will separate rocks, corn, Ac., from wbeat, in addition to the taking nut of smut. cheat, cockle, and small Imperfect grains of wheat. I do heiety recommend said machine to be the hem t ever saw in use, and that those standing m ncen or such a machine ought to exauiln said mnehine heforo purchasliifrebiewhere. JtHIN HTANKIKI.P." "This certinei thai tne uunersivnen whr preneiu wiun the luiproveuieiit made Upon N. I . Thurber'p Premium Wheat Fan, wai tried at the K. T. A Oa. Kail Ituad Po- pot In Philadelphia, Tenu.. aud (to here state that li comes fnlly up to tbe recommendattoni In sepHratlnc wheat from cheat, smut, cockle, rock, corn, and smau Imperfect grntns or wheat, ana tnst enn iste oue ui aid ram aud mtue neat periecti cican. T. J. MOOUK." Uu ! nrenitred to deliver F in by Ml WMgouM in low er F.a-t TenneiiRee, or at the Depots on the K. T. A 0. Ri.ll Rnki . at the fn OW nr rtten. to Wit ! No. 1 Pinall slae, 1 screen, wheat ridlcs, t smut bourd. 1 rake hoard u No. 8 Large slie.t screeni, 9 wheat rldle r, t clo ver r Itl e. 1 smut bnanl. 1 rake noaru ou No. 8 Improved 8 screens, 8 wheat rhllcs, 1 clo ( er and l corn rnnue, i oat uoaru, i smut board, 1 rake board, Th ahnvf rule, jr.ll he .trlctlr adhered to. Tlm will be given on good piper, with Interest from dute. The following gentlemen are authorised tn sell mild Fansi . K. Keeder nnd 3. M. Henderson, Athens, Tenn.; Kit run O raves, Charlemont . W. Alexander, C'levelnndt J.". Oliver Co., 1slton, (Is.; Knford lejtter, Ulng gold, fla.; Tlnley Wtkin, lUM'llton co., Term. tlrners are bunch en irom tteorgin, rtinnnum, unu i in die Tennessee, beware of imposition, an none ara genuine except UioNcthat havet. Cotton itatupcd upon them. nn, I am manufacturing KmHh's tJorn metier, pnop price, cash. Aud ficotl's Celebrated Hand Mill price, cafib. UOTTON. Philadelphia, Tenn., April i, nn-u-si'v Grain Bags. TIIK James River iMnnufacturing; Co., It Icliiiinual, Via.. CONTINVK to irodur IIKAVV IIOI'III.K WARP HAtKHNU, .nil mass Uli ths sunn-, lijr lianil, Into Kail Rosil llass. Tln-T sr. cir.iilil-nlly recoiiiinrnilril as the best article known tnthelrnile, anil their quality Is constantly testi-il hy the llanvllle, Kreilerlckahurir, Vlr frinla Oentrsl, anil Vlrslnia nnit Tenn-sstie Hall Knads, where they are preferred hefore all others. A supply alwaya on hand. They will be carefully baled up and delivered at auy point In the city frrs of cost, and where the quantity ordered Is con sidt-ralile, each lmK will be stumped with the name of th. purchaser, sis. without additional charge. Address, h. nr-i-i,r.it ageni. Richmond, Vs., June IS, 1H6H-Im-6US Valuable Lands fur Sale. PURSUANT to a nVcru rendered at ths last trm of the Chsncprv Court at Mail- isonville. I will offer for sale, on the 7lh ilsr of August, 18S8, at Ilia Court liniiss in Mailt' snnrille, on six nnd twelve months' lime. (ex oeit $100 required in lisnd.) the Xorth-west' qunrter section of tho tract known as Chest tia School eeotioii, in the 7lh I'ivil llistrict. Monroe county, reserving from sale 16 si-res on the West side of said quarter, owned lijr Henry Marshall. No sale will lie iniido unities ns much as fl,8UI, the nniii'iuini valuation, hall he liid. i. A. COFFIN, C. A M. July 0, 1858-tt-prs foe o-.1ll CliMitrrrr Court at Allien.. William II. Wsjiles, Win. A. Cnrsun and wife, ana outers, v: Joseph R. Kiidd, snd others. Ori:iual Hill. N this ennse it "Vpcnriiii; tlmt Willlnm M. 1'ridniore and Aloev K I'ridiiiore are non- I residents of the Slate of Tennessee, it is nr- ered that puhliention be made in (he Athena 'nit for four suouossive weeks, requiring mid on resident respondents lo aiqienr nt our next Court of Chiincery, to he held for tha uiintv of McMinn. at the ( mirt homo tn the own of Athens, on the Hd Monday of August ext. then and there to i.lea.l, answer or de mur to ooiiiilninants said hill, or the sums will he taken fur confessed ns tn them, and eard accordingly. WM. I.OWHY, U.J: M, July 16, 18.'i8-4l-re lee fH-DIi Notice. .. .. a t.T. i persons in.lehteil lo tne estate oi A Nancv Fore, den'd. are herehy lh. tilled to call and settle the same. Il.oso navitiu; am against sntd estate will . resent tnein ithin the time preset ihed W law, duly au- thenlteated. A. II. IiMllI, Adm r. July Hh, 18fi8-3t-6II Notice. IIIE insolvenev of the estate or James M. ko'i.ut ts. ded. having been suggested to the Clerk of the County Court of McMinn county. TVmicssee, all persons linving elnima against salil estate ore nerrny ntuiiien i t in. he ssmo Willi the i:iuik in sum iovin. uu or wfiire the !id day of October next, duly au thenticated iu the manner prescribed by law, or they will he forever bnrred. J 't iiiu M lii ilil.-ll'IM Adm r. July 9, 1868-S t-prs fes i-6l I The Shi'ltoii Farm. . . .1 1 -I lu.4 PUIWUANT to a decree rennei... . term of the Chancery Court at Madison, ville. 1 will, on the Itfth ly of Angusl, I8.1H. sell, for cash, lo th. highest l.i.l.ler ou 1 ... premises, th. sevcrsl Tracts of Land ootisli luting th. Far... formerly owned by Is.so Shellon, deceased, ..insl. live ... tie. W est of Madi.o..v.ie. in ''" ' : i i sou...j.Te J ,A:V., , 'iM July , i5--rr v-"v-. .