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A TRIP ACROSS THE PLAINS.
A friend now In Utah, sends us the fullow. Id" sketch of hi trip' in the direction ol Jlormondorn: I left St. Josephs fur Great Salt Lake City, tlia 6th of June, m a passenger in the mail tag or ambulance, a light-covered vehicle on springs, and so rrcngd a to afford com. fori able tleeping quarter. One baggage wsgon containing camp equipage, provisions, ic, nine men and twenty mules, constituted tin caravan with which we set out to brave the perils of the Great American Desert. All of the mules were in a atate of nature none of them ever having been harnessed be foreand the "top o' the morning" was eon. aumed in getting them hitched up; but by 1 1 o'clock we had eight in leading lines, and crossed the river into "bleeding Kansas." The first evening two of our mules gave out, and we bad to substitute wild onea Tram our drove and again go through the process of breaking in." The next dny another "gave ,' it o er. ' ' On the 8th, we arrived at Bij$ Blue, ISO milea from St. Josephs, and having used up the other mules, were detained some lime be'ore we succeeded in filling their places. That night we camped on the open prairie, v. here, unlike the prairies of Texas no "flow, ert waste their fragrance on the desert ah." Hliswberrier are abundant, and being just in pri fection afforded no ungrateful offering to the lips of the thirsty traveler. However, if yon are dry it is your own fault, ns you have an opportunity of wetting your whistle every few miles at the whiskey shops that line the roi-te from St. Josephs to Ft.- Kearney. ..On the 9th, we halted at Patterson's, on the Big Sandy Creek, for breakfast, where we gpt first rat coffee, biscuit, broiled ham, but termilk and ice. There, ,wa overtook Col. Sumner's oointiiund en rotate for Utah, and learned that a war party of thirty six Indians were about twenty miles ahead of us, in pur suit of the Pawnees, and at the same time annoying travelers and trains on the road--eo we buckled up our courage, put our arms in shooting trim, and set out. We drove un til hear 7 o'clock In the evening, when we met a footman, who informed us that the In dians had that day driven him from his ehnn ty and taken three barrels of his whiskey, and he was now making a bee line to solicit protection from Col. Sumner. Thinking "dis cretion the better part of valor," we turned off the road and encamped in a small cove on the banks of the Little Blue. We slept (hat night with one eye open, and set out next morning, expecting every minute to bear the war-whoop and be called on to have our craniums dressed by a prairie barber, an ope ration we did not leel at all inclined to sub mit to. 1 being the only passenger (the rest of the crowd consisting of drivers, postillions and escort,) and dependautin a great measure on my own resources for enjoyment, had fre quently amused myself by testing the bow- era of a glass I had brought. with me, and which I now found admirably adapted to the necessities (as we supposed) of the case. At intervals through lbs day 1 swept the hori ton with my telescope, but all my scrutiny was unable to make out any thing like a red skin; so we missed the Indians, and an oppor tunity of showing our mettle, but late in the evening met the first returning mail pirty, who imparted little or no intelligence from bait Lake, save that Gov. Cunxuing had re turned to Camp Scott. On the 11th, we arrived at Ft. Kearney, wKere we got breakfast and a change of mules. Kearney is rather a poor estnblish inent is not fortified, and has but four or five passable wooden houses, the balance be ing constructed of sand but Capt. McCown, (formerly of Sevier aonnty. Teun.,) has com menced improving we met his teams going seventy miles for saw logs but it will take time, patience and money, before he ean make any very striking improvements. After leav ing Kearney we continued up the l'latte Bot tom, (which we had struck some miles below,) artd which is from five to twelve miles wide, with a range of time-worn sand hills on sillier aide, from 60 to 100 feet high; and present ing in the distance the appearance of some desolated city, whose stately pnlaces are crumbling to ruins. Buffaloes, wolves, and aritelopes were abundant, and as the state of our larder began to look rather appalling, we sent two men ahead for game, but much to our chagrin they met with no success. The view is so unobstructed that it is almost impossible to approach within shooting dis tsnce ere they see you,' or "snuff the tainted gale," snd are off. The hoys oarelessly lost a bag' of hams and at Kearney we could only get bacon sides three years old but travel ing on the desert is a marvelous cure for fas tidiousness. JJo matter what the viands are, "to the hungry soul every bitter thing ia sweet," and "old ned" is extremely palatable when nothing else is to be had. In the Platte Bottom we, for the first time, used buffalo chips for our culinary operations, and found them an excellent substitute for wood. At Cottonwood Springs, on the 12th, we got a change of mules and "grub," and at half past six were on the road again, eonsiderably refreshed by our halt and the buffalo ateaks we had devoured with the rapacity of wolves. Our road being now as smooths as a floor, we.gave the mules the whip and by dark had accomplished twenty-five miles. Before dark ws passed an Indian village containing about fifty persons. They all came running out to meet us, as perfectly nude as they were born, clamoring for tobacco. We had none of the weed, and they turned back much disappoipt ed. , . , , .. . . On the 16th, we left the North and took up the South Platte that rolls along its shining way, without a tree, shrub, er flower, to grace its sterile banks. Myriads of mockingbirds were perched upon the ground, singing as me lodiously as if they snt amid the dewy leaves of 'some wildwootl bower. Again, we sent two of our men forward for game, and this time with better success. They were ia full view all the time, and it would have afforded f;lorious fun to the lovers of sylvan sports to isve watched the chase. Using revolvers, they had to make close work. I eounted four shots snd still the bid monarch run, but the fifth laid him low. The men aoon came in with the tongue and about twenty pounds of the tender loiu, leaving the balance for the wolves. That evening at o'clock we ar rived at the crossing of South Platte, where we found a number of men' and teams camp ed the, river being swollen and still rising. They 'endeavored to dissuade us from at tempting the passage, as our mules were until, and the river 600 yards wide, but there was no telling when the waters would subside and we determined to go over. Two men from the crowd enr the bank consented to xade by the aide of our lead mules for five dollars a piece, and so; after making every thing seoure in the ambulance, we drove iu and by sun down we were high (but not dry) on the other bank. There being whiskey (hop on that side all hands took a drink and returned for the wagon, which they got over in an hour, and theu resumed their addresses to the bottle. There were several Indians there who had indulged pretty freely iu the fire water, and giving their lungs and tongues free play kept up such a noise as would have startled. Bacchus himself. On the 15th we passed the far-famed Chim ney Rock and several moving Indian villages, this being the season at which they migrate to new hunting grounds. They were in ooro psnies of from 200 to 600. All gave us the road, seeming to manifest disposition to con ciliate rather than exasperate the "pale faces." We now began to observe quite a difference in the feature of the landscape indications of hills' beginning to appear. In the evening we ' arrived at Scott s Bluffs, hioh are abrupt sandstons hills, in all man r of shapes with domes, towerc and spires, Wining up from 60 to 100 fest above the main bass of the hills. On ths 16th, we arrived at Fort Laramie, W ue hoped to be able to procure a fresh upnly of creature comforts, but there was Holb.ip.fr to be bad for love or money. My eof 'ce, which to me is almost the staff of life, d given out the day before, and 1 had lived en the memory of the fragrant aroma of my 'sat auarl up to Larimie, and now to leave without one grain, when I knew it must be ire, was not to be thought of. 1 had let ter from Gen. Harney to the commander to furnish me with transportation and an escort to Lamp Scott, out as tbs soldiers would re tard our progress, (we travelling from 60 to 70 miles per day,) I determined to say noth ing about it, provided I got the coffee. So I walked up to head quartera and in my ruf fianly prairie garb presented myself before the commander, Mnj. Lyon, and made my re quest, which was. denied, as he aaid the sup. ply at the post was short and such applica tions as mine of daily recurrence. I told him I did not calculate on making any further de mands upon him, as I had authority to do from head quarters, but that the coffee I must have. I did not present the 1-itter from Gen. Har ney; for his name was sufficient. The Major ordered a poena? to be ground ind sent to me, and wished to know if there was any thing else he could do far ' me. But coffee was the burden of my song, and having that "Richard was himself again." We remained there al most an hour, and whilst there saw a wsr party of the Sioux, who had just returned from a foray against the Crows, engaged in the disgusting enjoyments of a scalp dance There were about one hundred braves and squaws, 'tripping Hon the light fantastic toe" to the inspiring music of an old drum, and the wild chantings of their own exultant war song ever and anon, during their grotesque evolutions, exhibiting the gory trophies of their victory on the points of their lances. I was sick of the sight and glad to leave. In the evening we encountered an awful storm, which our teama refused to face, and we were compelled to camp, at which place the men, now only fonr in number, (having left our es cort at Laiiinie) consumed the last of our grub, excepting my prttiout coffee and a lew hard crsfekers. Ou the 17th, we arrived at La Bout's Cross ing, where we got a change of mules and something to strengthen the inner man. The morning of the. 18th, we again struck the Platte, which was very much reduced in size At two o'clock we readied the Bridge, where all the crossing it done during high wa terat five dollars a wagon. Thisseaaon there will be about 3000 to cross. On the 19th, we again left the Platte, and took up the Sweetwater. That day we met ISO Mormons returning to the States. Some of the men were tolerably well informed; but all, both men and women, the most wo-be-gone looking set of beings I ever beheld. Soon after meeting the Mormons we came to Devil's Gate, (strange coincidence,) where the Sweetwater passes through the mountains. There is barely room for the road between the river and the precipice, which rises 600 feet above you. The valley of the Sweetwa ter is as level as a floor and covered with white sand, on which no vegetation grows. Here and there are small lakes whose mar gins are as white as snow with the efferves cence of Soda. After leaving the valley we found ourselves in the main chain of the Rocky Mountains, with only an occasional park, or plain. Continuing our course up the Sweetwater river, on the 20th we encamped at the foot of a large spur of the mountain to prepare our grub, having met with a party of Indians who furnished us with any amount of game. While in camp, Lt. Armstrong of the 6th dragoons came up on his way to the States. He informed us that the troops had gone into the city. We now began to find blankets and overcoats comfortable. The huge mountains, with their glittering crests of eternal snows "so pure that naught but angel's feet, or saints elect, may venture there to walk," were above and around us It was cold as winter, and at night we camped with snow banks all around ns. The 21st we made South Pass, which is a wide plain with mountains on either side. We halted at Pncifio Creek for breakfast, but found no grass for our.mules. We are now in Utah, but have 'yet some of the most diffi cult'mountain gorges to pass Echo Canon being one. 22d. We have met the mail thia morning. All quiet in the City, which we hope to reach in two days more. MoK Large Reward. Win. Taylor, Esq., of Montgomery, Alubamn, offer a reward of 810,000 for the murdore of his aon, Abner C. Tnylor, short time since. fW A distinguished medical gentlemen says. In a letter to the proprietor : "It maybe a little irregular for me to say anything la favor of a patent medicine; but still I must bear witness to the efficiency of Dr. Hooflnnd's Balsamic Cordial. My wife had long been suffering under a violent cold, which defied all the cura tive means at my command ; when, without my knowl edge, she purchased a bottle of the Cordial, and was so visibly relieved that I myself procured a second bottle for her; on taking the contents of which she was radi cally cured." This Invaluable remedy, to the efficacy of which oth er medical men have testified, as well as well as the writer of the above, ia prepared only by Dr. O M. Jnck soa, 4IS Arch street, Philadelphia, and for sale by Drug gists generally throughout the United States and Cana da. Price IS cents per bottle. lm ItlarrletU On tlie S7th of July, by Rev. O. W. Alexander, Mr. Wiu.ua OairriTTS to Miss KiaoR H. Poaa.aU of lllouot county, Tenn. COMMERCIAL, Atlanta market. Atlanta, Aug. 8. Owing 16' the advance In provisions West, and the meagre stock of Bacon held in the Southern markets and an Improved demand with us, ws have been able to establish an advance. We quote : Bacos, clear sides scarce at lllji'c; shoulders TVc; hams, plain, loo. Lasd, In bbls. 10, 0 11c; kegs and cans, choice, l'2tfc. Fun a, extra (1,16 sack; super fine 9. Ooa 60 62c. Wheat Ii6c lj 91. Nochange In otherarticlea. , Very respectfully, SKAflO, ABI10TT a CO., Co: uniteion Merchante, Atlanta, Oa. Aninsla market. Aoockta, Ang. 9. We hand you our weekly Pries Current, from which It will be seen that no material change has occurred in our Produce market. We quote aa follows : Bacon, sides MH 1 lc: hams of choice quality 10 44 11c; shoulders 7J & So. LAaolt19o. llurrsnldO 16c. Tallow ItlMc Wheat, white, In good demand amtscarre at 11,06 1,10; red scarce, with large or derrat 95c & II for prime quality. We look fur large orders In this market this season. Cobk 72 TSc, with fair demand. Oats 60 & "oe. Btocs Psas 80 & 86c. Puree IS 6,25 for superfine in sacks and barrels; and 6,60 (ft A for extra family In sacks and baereia. Esavh sas8686c. Bewax95o., Yours, very truly, J. A. ANSLEY a CO., OommUtto and Produce Merchant. Savannah .Market, h Savannah, Aug 9. Our Produce market has been quite buoyant for the past week. All kinds of Produce very firm, and selling readily at quotations. ' Baoos, clear sides 10V lWc; ribbed tfi 10c; shoulders 7 Ic; hams, demand for good country, 100. Labd, ! bbl., lltfc; kegs or cans 12 190. ruins, superfine 9,60 2,A6 fl sack; family If .78 & ft. Cos Mial86o. Uoaa 869tic. OatsSOc. Feathers 1X, In demand. ,. w. BA17T . CO, Commiuion MerchanU. Grooorioa 1 f nil DS. prime New Orleans Sugar ; sjl IS bags prims Rio Coffee ; IS bbls. Heboiled Molasses ; For sale cheap lor cash or Wheat, hy A. J. II. HENDERSON. 'I'OHACCO. 20 boxes, an cosili A will exchange, at a bargain, for W Aug I jr. M. coaslgnment,' which I neai m tiwn. llENDKKBUB. 1IIOI. lfl,000 lbs. Iron, assorted, suitable for all purposes, on consignment, and will be sotd at prices to suit the limes. J. M. HENDERSON. DomriSTirs. A small lot received from now ard Mills," which I will barter at a low figure for Wheat or eash. AugflJ J. M. HENDERSON. 1lOW. Jnst received, a lot of Nashville Plows Steel, Wrought and Cast Mole-boards for sale by' Augj J. M. HENDERSON. COFFEE COrFEE. received, a fresh supply of the very best Wo Coffee, which will be sold at a small prolt, for cash only, by Aug I 0t0. IT. ROBS. 3JMxil lVotioo. TriOSI Indebted to me either by Note or Account, will do me a particular favor, and save eosl, by settling the same during this month, as I sm compelled to have the money. Aug ) GEO. W. ROSS. SCHOOL nOOKS. Just reeelvsd.aa assort Aim.n, of School 'rVaIN A CO. " Sugar Mills and Kettles, PERSONS wanting Sugar UltU aa Kettles, win Bt; tbses at ths Athens Found rr an Machine) Werk. Ths Mills sre put op upoa ths moat Improved styls.- Kettles are made In an otajong shape, aipressly r the purpose of holing ths Juice. Varloua slssa on hand csU sndsee. TAugfl.'J C. ZIMMERMAN. Male and Female Academy. rainf toiha ivm,ah . , ... .liuv ouoiu.i of mis insmniion will .ML we a Monday, the 16th of Aucuat insu TERMS, ptr Sr-Um of 20 mike : spelling, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic $3,00 wBI niuiKuc, augiian uraaunar, compo- sitioa and Declamation goo Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and tbe above,!. !lo'.u0 Latin Urlniur tnri If , ... Onehalf in advance, and 'the baUncV at the close' of Contingent fee, In advance 60 eta Boarding, In good houses convenient to the School washing and lights extra,) $ week, l,xs No pupil permitted to enter the School without a tick et from i. II. Msgill, Treasurer. No deduction for lost iiuir, excepi in case ot protracted sickness. Prof M. A. tavwM.M L-i..-i... I i. . . w - --- - ....,..Fm., Knuumvi nt- ryvlllc College, East Tennessee, and has devoted six or eivhf vmh ,a ,..l.... v .... -Li. - vruln ut manner in which he baa conducted this Institution the past two Sessions so fully and satis taetorily evinced at his pub iu r.Min.,i.. a . r ................ wv uvea ik HnuoceasarT w say any thing more In his favor. We have errand the services of Mlu Hun, n D,o .. s . i.)iyj iu mm j ma, ai ic ! k young lady of pleasant, agreeable and polished man ners. Rh la an mhn . I I . i. i . and economy. Her name may be seen as a graduate, under the head of Alumna) and Seniors or 1867-8, in the Catalogue of Bolivar Female Academy. We have procured a complete Chiiulcal and Philo sophical Apparatus for the use of the Institution. In view or the superior qualifications of our teachers, and the many facilities for acquiring a thorough educa- .., - bmv i K iu IB! 1 1 II K .IIO iKUHwH tl pa. rents and guardians to this Institution, as one worthy v. Mjcir juuuage. ajim niiHjn, t. T. FITZUEKALD, C. 8IIKI.L, J. II. M.Uill.T,, I I ufiuat. Trustees. Mouse Creek, McMlna CO., Aug 6, la58-tf-615 RiUenhouse Academy, lor Males and lemalcs. rplll! Trustees take pleasure In Informing the public 1 that they have again secured the services of Mr. Wm. O. Llovd and Daughters, who have been teaching In said Academy for the last two years with such satis faction, and that the winter Session or the above pop ular Institution will begin on the 1st Monday of Sep tember next. JtA TES OF TVITION, as heretofore : First Class, 16.00 Second Class, 10,00 Third Class 8,00 Fourth Class 6,110 with an additional fee of One Dollar to defray con tlngenciea during Winter Session. H. LKIGETT, Sec'y of the Board. Kingston, August 6, S6S-4t-516 XlS9SOl-ULtlOX3.. THE firm of JONES, PHILLIPS A CO., Is this day dis solved by mutual consent. Jones A Harris are fully authorised to setle ail accounts or the nrui. DAVID PHILLIPS, J. H. JONES, Loudon, Tenn., July 20, 1858. THOS. D. HARRIS. 1. B. JOKEJ THOS. D. HAStU. KT33"W PllllVr. rrllK firm of JONES. PHILLIPS k CO., having been a dissolved, we will continue the manufacture of Bar Iron In Loudon, Tenn. JONES a iiahkih. Successors to Jones, Phillips A Co, Augl,18SS-8t-61S Nolicc. ALL persons indented to the estate of D. .1. CVilili. i encased, are harehv notified to come snd make settlement. All those hav ing claims against said estate will present them within the time prescribed by law, duly authenticated. J. It. WARE, Adni'r. Aug 6, 1868-3t-615 Dental Instruments. r"T,HE subscriber lies for sale a New Case of JL Dental Instruments, complete irom Jones, White 4 McCurdy s Dental Depot, Philadelphia, Pa. C. A. JOKUAiX. Athens, Aug 6, 185-tf-61S ANOTHER GOOD FARHX FOR S.I LE. THE undersigned wishes to sell his FARM, lying In McMinn county, directly in the Dry Valley. The East Tennessee and Geor gia Rail Road runs through it sbotit a mile and a half from the Riceville Depot, and six miles from Athens containing by estimation about 330 acres about 130 acres in cultiva tion, the balance well-timbered, with some good Land to clear comfortable Dwellings, ... . r t . .-.ft- i With someoui-nouees a lew rruit Arees, nun a fine Spring within 75 yards of the house about 20 acres of first-rate Meadow Land cleared aud some of it sown with Grass, and a fine branch or small creek running through tha meadow. The above described Farm is for sale, and if not disposed of at private sale, will be sold to the highest bidder, on the 16th day of Sep tember next. TciiMs or Sale: One half of the purchase money to be paid on day of sale, the balance to be paid in twelve months, with interest from date, retaining a lien on the Land till the purchase money is paid. For further information, inquire of the un dersigned at Riceville, Tenn. A. A. DMUIVIW, Aug 6.1868-U3-615 Clrcnlt Court, Monroe csuuly, Venn. Joseph Walker and Robert Cunningham, and others. Petition to Sell Land and Negroe. IN this cause it appearing from the bill filed, which is sworn to, that Hardin Cunning ham, Solomon Horton and wife Nancy Morton, Matthew Cunningham, Aquilla Cunningham, Leroy Cunningham, Henry Marshall, Eliza beth, James Hasten, William and Sarah A. Cunningham, children and heirs at law of Daniel Cunningham, deo'd, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore or dered that publication be made in the Athens Post, a paper published in Athens, Tennessee, for four successive weeks, notifying them to appear at the next term of this Court, which is to set at MadiSontille on the second Mon day m September, 1858, and plead, answer, or demur to said petition, or the same will be taken pro eonfeiso and set for hearing accord ingly. J. E. HOUSTON, Clerk. AugO, 1858-4t-prs fee f4-16 Chancer Court lit HecaOr, Tenn Zacharinh Martin, VI. John Seabonrn. Original Hill. If appearing from the. allegations of the bill filed in thia cause, that the respondent is a non-resident eitisen of the State of Tennes see, it is therefore ordered by the Mnster, at hislttiles, that publication be made for four consecutive weeks in the Athens Post, it newspaper published in the town of Athens, MoMinn eotinty, Tennessee, notifying and M quiring said non-resident respondent to ap pear at tha next term of otirsaid Court, to I e held at the Court house in Deontnr on the 4th Monday of October next, to answer said bill, or the snms will be tiiken pro eoneito and set for heaving ex parte. O. W. MoKEXZlE, C. fc M., Ter W. L. McKinixt, d. a A ti. Aug , 1858-4t-rs fee 3-618 Chancery Sale. PURSUANT to an order of the Chancery Coifl-tat Kingrton, made at the April term, 1858, in the cause Charles II. Mills A Co., complainants, against John' 0. Pntrick, Michael Oingery and W illiam J. Campbell, respondents, 1 will proceed, on the premises, in the town of Loudon, lUane county, Tenn., on Thursday, the IBthday of September next, to sell at public aale, to the highest hlddef. for eash in hnnd, all the right, title or inter est, that said John O. Patrick snd Gingery, or either of Wiem, have in and to a part of Lot No. 1B8 in the said town of Loudon, being 80 by 60 feet off of the North eastoorner of said Lot. Sale betwen the hours of 1 and 1 o'olook P. M., on the day above mentained. THOMAS N. CLARK. C. (t If. Aug 1ft, 1858-ld-prs fee 7-S00 niOB ACCO.-Just reeelved, s good supply of dlf. 1 ferent grades, freta common to ths best, wWoh will be sold cheap, by JulyiW O, W. K0S8. Nesrro at Sheriff's Sale, X obedience to a fi.fa. Issued from the office of the County Court Clerk of Meigs entin- I . . ..j . f will sell in the hiifh est bidder, for eash. on Thursday, the 2nd of September next, at the Court house door In Athena, Neuro man named Pelet. aged aheul 46 years, to satisfy a debt and eosta whieu James A. Houser, Clerk Ao., reeovored In the County Court of Meigs eouuty, against W. L. Adams. Sold as ths property of said W. U Adams. JOHN A. GOULDV, fcheriff. July 80, IISB Styj-prs lee f2 5IJ, Chancery Court at MadlsonTltle. Jehu Cunningkata. s Hardin Cunnincham anj others. COMl'LAINAXT charges that defendant Hardin Cunningham ia not resident. is the Stste of Tennessee, publication ia there, fore ordered for four weeks in the Athens Post, requiring aaid non-resident defendant to appear at aext term of J,he Chancery Court, to be held at the Court house in Madison villa on the first Monday of December next, and answer complainant's bill filed against him and others, or tbe same will, as tobiin, be set for hearing pre eonroaud heard ex parte. . J. A. COFFIN, CAM. July 30, 1858 tt pre, fee f 3-6 14. Chancery Sale. BY virtue of a decree rendered in the Chan cery Court at Madisouville, in the case N. O. Walker vs. A. Fine, I will, on the 8th day of September, 1858, sell, at the Court House door in Madisonville, to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, without redemp tion, (subject to the life estate of Nancy Fine, Sr.) ths interest of Abraham Fine (being one seventh) in the lands of which John Fine died, seised and possessed on Sweetwater Creek, Monroe county, containing 640 acres. JAMES A. COFFIN. CAM. July 30 1 858 tds prs. fee t3 60. Maryland State Lotteries R FRANCE & CO.; Managers Or the Maryland 8tate Lotteries, present the following Splendid Schemes I OK AI GCST, 1858. They caution purchasers of Tickets to beware of order lug 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 drawn by a -State Officer and can be relied on. If you draw a Prise, you will get your money. The whole country is flooded with Bogus Lottery concerns, ifewore or mem. 7"i Order in the Maryland State Lotteries. . MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. Maryland Mate Lottery Class Ti, to be drawn in Baltimore, on Saturday, Aug. 91st, 1S5S. 19 Drawn Ballots In eaoh Paskage of 90 Tickets, Grand Prise of. . . f 40.000 1 Prise of SQ.OOO Prise of 10,0110 1 do x.OOO do 10,0"fl 1 do 9,000 do 6.057 1 do 9,0110 do 6,000 90 do 1,900 do 6,000 90 do 600 do 6,000 90 do 600 do 9,000 14.1 do 400 do 9.IKSI 6 do 100 do 9,000 m do 60 do 9.000 60 do 80 do 9.SO0 4,169 do 90 do 9,000 96,740 do 11,76 ..IIS Prises, amounting to ..$o01000 Tickets I0. Halves S.6, Quarters f.9,60, Eighths 1,96. A Certiflcate of Package or 96 vt holes, costs ....lir,oo Do do 96 Halve 79.00 Do do 96 Quarters, ........ 89,60 Do do 96 Eighths,.... 10,75 Havana Flan. This Is the old mode of Drawing. Prises In one wheel, and Ticketa In another. Every Prize Is drawn out. Prises Paid in full, without any deduction. Maryland Slate Lottery, Extra Class 1), To be drawn In Baltimore, Md., Saturday, Aug. 93, 1858. 20,105 I'rlzcs! 40,000 Ticket! We would call partisular attention to the following splendid scheme, a package or 16 whole tickets cost ing only AsO and every other ticket being warrant ed to draw $10, determined by the number drawing the Capital Prise, whether odd or even. SCHEME I 1 Prise of 136,000 4 Approx. to t)J00 1 do 10,000 4 do MO 1 do 6,000 4 do 60 1 do 9,400 4 do 60 1 do 9,000 4 do 60 1 do 1,000 g d (, 1 do 1,000 8 ao 00 1 do 6O0 . d 60 1 do 600 f " 00 w 1 do 400 1 1 do 400 f 1 do 900 1 1 do 900 ( do do 8 100 do 100 sre 10,000 90,000 Prises of 10 are 900,000 Whole Tickets fill liaivesv, yuariera 2,.ju. A Mananrs'Certlflcateof 16 Wholes where persons wish to pay the risk only, will be sent for 10 ilo do 10 iiaives, . ., i Do do 16Qusrter 90 Do do 16 Eighths 10 The Managers have been compelled from the numer ous complaints made to them, of unfaithfulness on the part of those who have been attending to the filling of orders, to resume the correspondence business, and In their own name. Order Tickets from the Managers only. Address all letters to K. PltANCE k CO., FeblfMy-491 Baltimore, Md. Great Southern Remedy. TiLOOB'S OOXU3IAXJ FOR ALL BOWEL DISEASES 1 CH0T.EIU, DYSENTwmV, D1ARIUKSA, CHOLERA MORBUS, BILIOUS COLIC, CIIOLKHA INFANTUM. ALSO. ADMIRABLY APAPTKl) TO MANY DISKASES OK t IMAMS, MUST A.tff.l lA LL J fAlHt tJl. MENSTRVAT1QN. THE virtues of JACOB'S COUDlALare too well known to requre encomiums. 1st. It cures tlie worst cases 01 uisrrnoea. Sal. It cures the worst forms of Dysentery. 8d. It cures California or Mexican Diarrhoa. 4th. It relieves the severest Colic. 6th. It cures Cholera Morbus. 6th. It cures Cholera Infantum. Tih. It cures Painful Menstruation. 8th. It relieves Pain In the Back snd Loins. 9th. It counteract Nervousness and Despondency. . 10th. It restores Irregularities. 11th. It dispels Oloomy and Hysterical Feelings. 19th. It's an Admirable Tonic. A FEW SHORT EXTRACT8 FROM LETTERS, TESTI MONIALS. 40. I have used Jacob's Oomial In my f"T, and have found it a most efficient, and in my Judgment, a valua ble remedy. Il0"- IKsam Washes, 'Ungeoi supreme lourt, ucorgia. "II elves ms measure In being able to recomn-end Jacob's Cordial ; aiy own personal experience, and the experience of my neighbors and friends around me. Is a sufficient guarantee for me to believe It to be all that it purports to be, vis: A sovsaiifl aattsnr. Formerly Judge of Fuperlor Court, Cherokee Circuit." I inks ersat nleaierrln recommending this Invalua ble medicine to all i.Illlcted with bowel diseases, for which I believe it to oe a sovereign remedy decidedly superior to any thing else ever tried by me. A. A. GARtMXO, Deputy O. M. of the urand Lodge ol.oeorgia." if hY aurd Jacob's Cordial In my family, and this. with all I hear about It as aemrdy by those who have triiirf it. Induces me to believe that It stands at the head of every preparation of the kind, and I would recom mend Its use In the diseases fof which It Is compound ed. Mu.es (. Dobbins,,- Cashier of the Bank or the mate or ueorgia, uriinn. If thr Is snv credibility In human testimony, Ja cob's Cordial mint stand preeminent above all other preparations for the cure of Bowel Diseases. From the mass of testimony In its favor coming In from allquar. tors, it must be very far In advance, as a curative agent, of most If not all other "patent" preparations. )a. sxswino, nsurance Bank.Orlfflj." "Thl efficient remedv Is traveling Into celebrity as r..t mm HnnAnurti niuthed his columns Into Russia, and ealolne commendation wherevsr used." Georgia Jef- emonlan, Man WA, 18AS. Sold by liruffietK Evrrytchrr: Iiruggists, Merchants and Physicians, supplied by " I. ASIIIIUR8T, Importer and Wholesale Druggist, CAuWesfon. July 16-ly-619 rioniV COIlf. 8. - REEDER wishes to pur L J chase a large quantity of Corn, for which he will pa.f the market price. J'y 9 Notice. ALL persons Indebted to ths estate of F. Boyd, deceased, are hereby notified that unless they come rorward immeniaieiy nu ...c.r i.i.ir. Amounts will be placed In the hands of an officer for collection. JOSEPH McCULLEr, Executor. July 98,1868-81-018 i WS. I have three or Rowland's nest Gross-vui n 11 and T fret Ions which I will sell cAertiwr than they can be bought elsewhere.: Juisll J. M. HENDERSON. IIIH CIIEWISH Toil At C. -nst re- celved, a lot of superior Chewing Tobacco No. 1 rand no mistake. uiir.ou.T,oivfin a w. July 98 1WISII to buy iota bushels 01 goon out or aeis crop VAeat, to be delivered soon. ' .. July If ' iiB.iuLnouii, Fruit Cans nnd Air Exhausters. . mi nana, and Davton's tmnrnved Fxhaaster, the best known ta tbe trade, manufao liirad bv Job A. Us, Chattanooga, Just received and fo7..irche.",ky KOBWON.SARIAIN.CO. July 1 ",tf-t coil r The subscribers wilt give Cash tor Cera for the next ten dava. July ! ROBESON. 8ARTAIS k CO. fj.UST rsvalved snd for sale, s lot of Preserve Cans. ,J Also, one doeen uut n. Julys W. 0. WITT a CO. Wbent, 0 4rf( BUSHELS good Red and White Wneat II ll wanted. for whlch'I will pav tb.blgh. IssTfrlrs. . Mr S. K. It CEDE. Swan & Co's Lotteries TRIUMPHANT. SWAN & co: Continue la Draw ss uaual whaeul Interruption. SWAN eft) OO'fii tOTTJi23 A RE tea A L, and A UTHQRltED B Y THE , STATE OE GEORGIA. THB LATE ATTEMPT TO INJURS, v.. Our Arm bas shown THAT OUR LOTTKRIKa ARB DRAWN FAIRLT; that our Prises are paid punctually ; and that our Schemes are more liberal than any other Lottery In ths world ! The following Schema will be drawn by B. Swa A Co., Managera of the Sparta Academy Lottery, in each of their Sipgle Number Lotteries for August, ISM, at AUGUSTA, Georgia, in public, under the superintend ence of Commissioners. CLASS 17 draws on Saturday, ArGUST T, 185. CLASS 94 draws oa Saturday, AUGUST 14, ISA. CLAS8 90 draws on Saturday, AUOl'ST 91, ISM. CLASS 80 draws on Saturday, AUGUST 98, 1968. On the Flan of Slnple Nuiubeaa. 60,000 TICKETS I 0.4.(3(3 rritBoa! Nearly One PriM to leery Mine Ticket. I lVlAfciilfloeut Sohemel To be drawn each Saturday la August! 1 Prise of 170,000 4 Prise of 1900 1 do 80,000 4 do NOO 1 do 10,000 4 do loo 1 do 6.000 4 do too 1 do 4,000 60 do BOO 1 do 8.000 60 do 8"0 1 do 1,600 100 do 12S 4 do 1,000 980 do loo Approximation Prises. 4 prises of 400approximatlng to (170,000 are (1 ,600 do 800 approximating to 80,000 are 1.9(H) 900 approximating to 10,000 are 8iK) do do do . do do do l' approximating to 100 approximating to 76 approximating to 60 approximating to 90 are 6,000 are 600 4,000 are 400 8,000 are 800 1,600 are 9'K 100,000 6,000 6,485 r-rises, amounting to ....11320,000 Whole Ticket. 1 0 llalvee 5 Quarter t 9. OT A Circular showing ths plan of the Lotteries will be sent to any one desirous of receiving It. Certifieatte af Ptuskaget will be sold at the following rates, which Is the risk : Oertiflcateof Packageof 10 WholeTlckets (80 " iu nail 40 10 Quarter ' 90 " 10 Eighth 10 In Ordering" Ticketa or Certificates, Eclose the money to our address for the Ticketa or dered, on receipt of which they will bo forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending Iu sny figure they may designate. The list of Drawn Numbers snd Prises will bs sent to purchasers Immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signstures plain, and give their Post Offloe, County and State. Remember that every prise Is drawn, snd pay able in full without deduction. Ail Prises of 11,000 and under, paid Immediate ly after the drawing other Prises at tbe usual time of thirty days. All communtcatlonsstrlctlyoonfldentlsl. Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to June 4-1y-6o6 8. SWAN k CO., Augusta, Oa. W Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or At lanta, Oa., can have their orders filled, and save time, by sdrtressing 8. Swan k Co., at either of those cities. B3fJ A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the prise that each Is enti tled to, will be published after every drawing, In the following papers : Augusta (Ga.-) Constitutionalist, New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston Stan dard, Nashville Onset's, Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Wrekly Day nook, savannah Georgian, Richmond Dispatch, New York Ili.patch, Paulding (Miss.l Clarion, and Little Rock (Ark.) True Democrat. Dr. Samuel Gilbert, ' AFTER an absence of several years, engsged In the successful prosecution of his profession, especisl ly in the cities of New York and New Orleans, baa re turned to MEMPHIS, TENX.) and Is now prepared to treat Ohr onlo X3 In oaaoa WITHOUT SURGICAL OPERA TIONS. Owing to the fact of his having procured the assistance of his son, SILAS T. GILBERT, M. D., A graduate of the Jefferson Medical College of Phila delphia, and who has had ample profeasional experi ence In the cities of New York and Charleston, patients will now be treated on mora favorable terms than here tofore. tVSLAVES will be boarded, lodged and treated for $1,60 per day. f W4- Particular attention paid to the treatment of CHRONIC DISKASKB peculiar to females, CANCERS, TVMOIIS, CLVERS, SYPHILIS, &e. During Dr. Gilbert's absence from this section of the Union, certain persons have, to the great detriment of many of those who have employed them, attempted to Imitate him, professing to have a thorough knowledge of hia remedies and mode of treatment. The public Is here by notified that Dr. Gilbert has no specific remedy for any disease: that his success has been almost wholly owing to bis pereonal ekill anderperimve. The Ju dicious use of cauatio applications requires fully as much professional sagacity and experlencs as does the successful use of surgical instruments. Pamphlets of Testimonials, Ac, for gratuitous distri bution, may be had on personal application, or hv ad dressing DRS.S.AS.T. GILBERT, 8H0 Main street, (Greenlaw's Building,) July 9-lm-610 Memphis, Tenn. G-nooniiiiia. -g 4B St HHDS. Porto Rico and New Orleans Sugars; M.mU9 3SO bbls. Clarified and Crushed do.; 800 bags Rio Coffee; 1 OO hhds. Molasses ; 200 bbls. Porto Rico Syrup and S. IT. Syrup ; 1 ,000 kegs Nails, all sises ; 200 boxes Tobacco, all grades ; 200 boxes Adamantine Candles ; 30 Heroes Rice. Also, a large atock 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 best snd prompt attertton. WILCOX, HAND k ANSLEV, June 18-1 v-608 Augmta, Georgia. Riverside Hall, niveraide, Monroe County, Tenn. REV. J. Q. DOWNING, Rsoroa, Aided by an efficient eorps of Teachers. rilHE above Literary Institute, for Young Ladles, Is M now open for the admission of pupils. The literary, domestic, and religious advsntagea of 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 Rector. June 11, 1838 8m-60T JOHN A. BURCDIYER, Commission Merchant, rnn tui 0ai,ii or FLOUR, GRAIN, AND ALL KINDS Or COUNTRY PRODUCE, 98 East Bay Charleston, . C. IIBERAL Cash advances made on Produce In Store. J Mr. G. A. Nsi'rrsawlll give bis personal attention to tlie snle of Produce. June 4-8m-6fX A. S. JARN A(.I, A. ttornoy t t Xi W-v Jllwasaee Copper Hilars, Polk Count, Tenn, , , . Hf Office near Masonlo Hall. Jims 11-tf-Sof Free Banks a Humbug! NEVERTHELESS, I' foot that still continue to sell CUkP RARGAJNS. Price their Goods and be convinced. They bold' out great Inducements to CASH DUVEHd. Athens, May 98 Come I'p and Sure Cost. ON the first day of July, all the Notes and Aoenunts of DEADEIIICK k LUWilY remaining' unpaid wlH be placed In tlie hands of au otBcr for collsctioo. Ws do thia to savs ourselves. May 98, 186S-tf-6o6 DEADERICK k L0WRY. A SMALL lot of Northern made Grans Cradles, complete, on hand and for sale by April 88 B, K. REEDf.R. A FIRST rate Two Horse Wo (Ton and Hixf J . nos, for sale by A p00 S. K. KkELItlt. T A I I.M, N 1 1 a. Just received, a large let of ths l very best Nails, all sites, from 8,1't up to sod's, nn for aaie ov i ..larvn ...v, Safes 1 Safes! TIIIE WT T0 MAKB MONEY 18 TO SAFE IT, and I have Just received a lot f the very best make of Fire and Hurglas Promt Salamander Bafts, of sr.r.nt alaoa. w Moh I will seH at factory prices, with eight added. (Mar 1J GEO. W. ROSS. HARD TI1YECS NOTWITHSTANDING, ths people still erewd ths Blors of . in c. irrr co. No wonder they havs a good run of custom they si:ll (iM)i)s sociii:aim Try then snd bs convinced. XXlWnaiaoo Oolloajo, Monroe) co., Tenn., IS In a prosperous condition. The nest Session will begin the 80th of August. Tut lion and Hoard on favorahla terms. For further InfstaalloB, Inquire at Prof. Doak or Prof. Taylor. - JOHN H. BRCNER, Pras'l. Near Medtseevllle, July , 186-9u-6IO A NO. 1 article of Crashes sad Loaf Sugar, lust re- i. eetved snd for sale of W. 0. WITT A CO. June 4 PAIMTfl! P4I"T!-A lot of Paints sad OU Just received snd for sale by Jue 93 ROl.t.v; tiltlAIK a CO. New Furniture Store, . sweetxratwrs Tana. THE subscriber would respectfully anawaae to the citisens of Monroe and McMinn counties, that he has opened a . t Furniture Sore I , In the large whit, -house formerly occupied by J. T Rowland, dee'd. where tie intends to keep oa hand a handsome assortment of FASHIONABLE bUKNlTURK, and will compete with any house of tbe kind, both in quality and price. The present sicca comprises naksgaay and Walnut Wardrobes, , , MARBLE TOP AND PLAIN tCREAUS, Centre Tables. Dihlng Tables. Dressing Tsblas, and Ta bles of every description; Sofas, Settees, Dtranst -Parlor and Rocking Chairs, Plain and Fancy Cane-seat Chairs, Cottage CUairai French Bedsteads, both ma hoganji and walnut, Cutta's Brlsleads, and Bedsteads of ail descriptions; Wash Stands, Ac, Ac , . . . The public are melted to call and examine the Furni ture and Judge foe themselves. It is perhaps nrceesar to say that this Furniture Is manufactured by John D. Gray, Graysville, Oa., and will be supplied at all times necessary, on short notice, II. B. TEAKWOOD, , Uay 91, '68-tf-604 Sweetwater, Tenni A Sublime Conception. THIS Is an era of light snd knowledge I Science Is gradually Illuminating with Its divine rays all that was dark, mysterinus and Incomprehensible In nature,. We are at last breaking through the shell of substance and getting at tlie kernel of truth and realltk. .The actual. In Ita flimilne.s and superficiality, ia seen through, and seen but as the mask f the In flnHe. ideal. We are getting up the floating and delicate fibres of the clue to destiny; and Philosophy, once free from the fetters of ignorance, will in due aseson point every body, and the rest of mankind, to ths STORE OF Horton & Bryan, as the place to procure their . OIiOTHBS! May 91 Sulphur Springs, Ithea County, OPENED for the reception of visitors 8th June. The Hotel building,.- have been enlarged and Im proved, and the accommodations are ample for a hun dred and nny or two hundred guests. It Is unnecessa ry to apeak of the medical virtues of the waters. They have been sufficiently tested, and their reputation Is es tablished beyond dispute. There Is a dallyline of hacks running between Athens Depot, Eaat Tennessee and Oeorgia Railroad, and the Springs, so that persons can be conveyed to and from them without Incurring auy delay. June 11, 1868-tes-607 W. 8. GREER, Proprietor. Pin Hook Terry. PERSONS traveling to and from Sulphur Springs, Rhea county, will And tne Pin Hook Ferry Road, by Bewee Mills, the best and shortest route. The dis tance from Athens to the Springs, by thia road, Is 99 miles. There Is an excellent boat, careful Ferryman, and good banks at both leadings, and, comparatively, no river hills to cross. W. O. PEAKE. June 11, 1868-118-607 J. C. WASKSS. ,j. o. aascaaaa. J. C. WARNKR Si CO., DSALiaS IS Hardware, Iron, Nails, &c, Chattanooga, Tenn., Agents for the celebrated KENTUCKY HARVESTER, THAT cuts both grain and grass, and as Improved for 1SA8, will cut from 1 to 94 Inches high. It can be changed from a Reaper to a Mower In less than Ave minutes, and when at work the cutters can be Instantly raised or lowered by the driver. Also, Agents for the N. Y. IIAND RAKING REAPER. Miller, Wlngate k Co's Two and Fonr Horse l.eiver Powers and Thresher. The most approved kinds of Railway Horse Powers and Threshers, Fsn Mills, Straw Cutters, Corn Shellers.Corn and Cob Crushers, DuPonts Blasting and RiSe powder, Ac, Ac all of which we sell at Manufacturers prices, with freight added. March t-4o-,W) BOOTS AXIS MIOES. A splendid assort ment of Boots and Shoes, received and for sale by oct94 A. CLEA0E k CO. McEwen & Gillespie HAVE reeelved and opened their Fair and Wlnt Goods, and respectfully Invite attention to then October 6, 61 1" A DIRS Rliona. Just received, s fresh lot of M-J Ladies Boots, of different qualities low down for casli or short credit, at HORTON k BRYAN'S. 1858 lOOQ SPRING IMPORTATIONS I 3VI Z Il Or A. 3J" cj o o.. . . 1MPOSTESS AND WHOLESALE PSALMS IR Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, ' No. 40 Public Square, aVaahtrllle. WE are receiving and will have ready for exhibi tion at an early day, a very desirable and care fully selected assortment of staple Fancy liry ftooda, Varieties, Accm arc., to which we call the attention of all close trovers and the trade generally, MORGAN k CO. Feb 9o-om-4tr4 Seeing Machine for Sale, AVERT fine one, of Wheeler A Wilson's mske win do the work of ten In a day. H. 0. COUKK. Jan 16 tf sue H. C. WITT tt CO. II AVI Jest received a lot of Fashionable Caslmere Hats, spring styte aprn in A SMALL lot of No. 1 Rifle Guns, on hsnd snd for sale by April 16 8. K. REEDER. S VIII'P. Stuart's Steam ReBned Golden Syrup, lor sale oy inor. ioj o. a. ar,nur.ii, 4 Cane of Cupping- Instruments. .. . a.Junsl9 WM. BURNS. fi DHLS, and half bbls. best quality New Orleans f9J .tlolassea, Just received and for sale low for cash, by . Feb96 8. K. REEDER. ST AH CANIa.K! Of the very best brands, Just received and for sals cheap, by the boa or pound, by Feb 19J GEO. W. ROSS. Uft-CtlHIIENT SI ON KY. I will takeelthes for debts or goods, the following Banks at par : Hank of KnoiYllle and Bank of Dandriilget and the Banks or Jefferson, Claiborne, Tasewell, Trenton, Sliel byville, Lawrenceburg, and Nashville, at T6 cents on the dollar. Feb 9S OEO. W. ROSS. J I HON. Band Iron, Hoop Iron, Tyre Iron, ana I every other kind a Blacksmith or Fanner may need, or sale by Feb 19J O. F. GIBSON A CO. B MOTS and Shoes. A superior lot just re ceived, at ereMHj uiiibuwb. 10 BOXES Mar Candles, on hand snd tor sale either by the box or retail, low for cash, Feb 96 8. K. RKEDEIt. by ITU.OI'K. We hsve on hand and will continue to keep fur sale, a good article of Flour. ' Jan S hukiuh " 150 BACKS SALT on hand and for sale by Nov. ISJ . K. RKEDEIt. HAUHl Hitiral We want to buy S3,(i lbs. Hags, for wliioh we will pay anything in store. Jan 8 iruiuui uman. . 1- S nAHDWAIir: and Carpenters' Toole Bsnrh Planes. Saws. Chisels. Augers, Boring Ma chines, Bnrlows, Chain Pumps and Fixtures Gate Hinges, Nails and Brads, and marly evary thing else that a workman wants.jwn received and for sale hy Oot 9 ' ' me, nuap. II AKP Of COI.X'MBIA. Mors of these oelrhrmarf Stmiine Books for sate by May 9tf t;. r. uiiioun HVTEW OliXF.ANH M All. Just received, Is a good lot of stroke SugarSfBird for sale cheap for sash, by .Mar lnj O. W. ROSS. Baoon, Daoon, SMIOHN k I10RNSBY wish to purcnaae iuu,OU lbs. Uncoil, for which they will exchange Gooita, or receive it in payment of debts, allowing the highest market pries. May I lEAIV!nAK C'l.OTHINO. A large I C .,..sisas Ini ill Ml rfrfrIVtl aMti 0lnrfl. Mil (a will oe sold lowdown. ROBESON, SARTAlN k CO. 0IIIID8. vsry best quality new crop isugnr, )ml received and for eeleby 8. K. KfcEDEH. Oisara, Tobaooo, co. av; EHOHN k IIORNSIIIt have Just received a large J3 assortment of fine Cigars, excellent Chawing To bacco, and good Snuff. ' - April 9 CI.OT IIIXJ. A largs stock of Ready-Mads Clothing, Just received and for sals by oc U4 a.vi'.nua m liu. Uniting; Cloths. -mTCMnEKS 4,6, t,, Sand in, on hand and for sals. 3l Oot.,'6 McEWEN k GII.I.ESPIM II.OI'II. Flour, Flour. Best Superfine 1 Flour, Just received and lur aals cheap for cash by Apr SO , EO. W.RQS8. SCHOOL HOOKS. Just received, a lot of School Books, of ths Istesl and most approved silt twin, and for sale ebsap, by 0. W. KOS8. July 8 On Thing that (to Heallg tinod. JUST received, si.otl er lot of Lovartng's Extra Steam Reltned Syrup, and for ssle at II per gallon, OiiA,by Ap) GEO. W. ROUS. AU9 1 HAGS !-Ws will take la swhaoga for . .l i. All . I n i'n. Inn Inl l.laan U.r. I h a I may be offered, allowing the highest market urlos for the same. May 91) RuBKeuN, 8ARTAIN k CO. 4 LOT of j sale by LOT of No. 1 Omebergs, Just recelTtl and for M-vsel I. K. Ri.rir K. .nm. . arasxu.. .sub A.sarra. earn a. vers a a. PJTTON, SMITH & PUTNAM, Cotton and Tobacco Factors, ASt General Contnttaaien Flerchaats, Cor. Tchoopttoulaa and Gravler au., ' - 3V3T7r Crlet-tta. A GENTS lor the sale of every description of Mans. lm. factored Tobacco, Julj 9-ljr-6IX F.dnt Teaaesses tc Oeortla nail Hoaa, Stockholders Convention. rpriE Annual Convention of the Stoekholit -L er of ths East Tennessee and Georgia Kail ltoafl, will h BeJJ t h Cnmpany'a office in Athene, tn tbe first WeJnesday its September T.e.xU. ,i .special Trains will leave Knqxville and Ti'olinn at 1 .i'..li.1i A M nn that Hav . - , w , r - , - - . Stockholders and their families will lis eon- veye,i! to snd front the place), of meeting freo of charge, upon exhibiting tu ths Conductors their Certificates of Htock. . ' . THO. J CAMPBELL; Sft. July IS) 1808-td-61S .. at. a; ansm)y & co., . GENERAL,,,. , ,- . Commission, nnd Vroducc. Merchants, OfBcs on Broad street, opposite Union Bank, ' . . . ALiXtlWftti. OA.l . Wtt.l. give prompt. and personal attention to ths sale of Bacon, Lard, Oraln, flour, Cotton; ana all articles of Merchandiss consigned to them.. Liberal advances, either In cash or by acceptaneea, anade an ar ticle, in store, or when bills of lading accompany drafts, j. a. asslsv, I iMtitidual Membere of I . at. samp, ' 1. a. wilcox, Pinm. a. rn.aasl.tr. Rirsasscm: Paddelford, ray A Co., Savannah, Us. Geo. W. Williams A Co., Charleston, S. C. W. A. Rich.' ardson, Louisville, Ky. 8. K. Reader, Athens, Tenn. W. ., B. fjhapard k Co., Nashville, Tenn. N. B. A rigid adherence te the principles of s legltl mate Commission Business will be observed, July lo-ir-nl FOUNTAIN HlLl, Male and Female Aendeitiy, PoceTAis Hill, McMiss Co., Tstia. J. n. BISHOP, Principal. . . . alias M. 8. BISHOP, Instructress In Frsnch and Kdg. lish Literature. ; , i . . .. , , I'HE SECOND SESSION of this Institution WlH son mence on Monday, the 9d day of August next. ... RATES OP TUITION, Pas Sassioa or 11 Wasksi n Payable one-half In advance, balance at close or sissioijj Orthography, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic,. .86,00 Oeogrphy, Grammar, Philosophy, History, Com- . pi ultl'in and Declamation tfiO I'liy.loiogy, Astronomy Argrbra, ueotnetry, and . . the hither branohet of Mathematics, v 1(1,0 Latin, Greek, French, and Belles. Letters,. . . . ..H,0 Boarding in good families, convenient to the ACads my, for the sum of (1,96 per week, washing extra, ll is very desirable that all who design entering as pupils be present on the first day of the session. No siudeas admitted for less than half aesslon, and no deduction for lost time except in eases of protracted sickness. ; . The undersigned, Trustees of Fountain Hill Academy, are happy to announce to the public that, after fair experiment, they ean say with confidence that the ad. vantage, afforded by this Institution to students de siring a thorough or a business education, see not es celled by those of any similar Institution. The plan Qf Instruction is substantially ths same as that pursued at Emory and Henry College, Vs., where the Principal obtained his education. The Instructress In French, having been educated by one who spent msny years of her life among that people, Is thoroughly prepared to teach the pronunciation of that language, in which teachers are generally so deficient, There ia In connection with this Institution a Literary ' Pocictyand a well selected Academical Library, both of which afford advantages of a superior kind. In ad' dltlon to these, the advantages of location reeommenff , this Institution very highly to those desiring to send of ' go to School. It is a quarter of a mile East of. Mouse Creek Depot, surrounded by a beautiful grove, and neae an excellent spring. Judging from the past, Its friends ' predict for it a future full of prosperity and usefulness, Jnwx t. Shssmas, W. A, Ststhsss, Elijah Cits, David Neil, .'- -. II. L. Snm.TS,. .YusfeM. fountain Hill, July 10, lS6S-tf-619 1858 SPRING ! 185tj 19 now in receipt of a largs and unusually well selected stock of Spring and Summer Goods' embracinir. a pretty p-enerel assortment, ai . artioles aditpted to tha season snd . the) neoss aitiea of tlie country generally, which Its ,1a olfei'ing on very accommodating terrns, and to which he invites tha attention of his oui- tomers and the public. , .. ,. , lis deems It unnecessary to extend tH( notice by giving In detail an inventory of his ' Goods, but will say that he has a .fine assorts " ment of Ladies llresa Goods; Uonnels and Bonnet Tiinuninirs; Prints, Ac; , Goods, for ., Gentlemen's Apparel in groat variety. Boots, and Shoes Hats, Ao. For further particulars, call and ssarnins the Ooorlsj April t ,. Premiitni Wheat , antf. . , , , ' IMPORTANT . TO FARMERS! 1 1 fxrsilE subscriber would announce to the farming pub4 -I lie. Millers, and others Interested that he still continues to manufacture. In Philadelphia, Monroe eonntv, Tenn., M. U. THVRBER'S PREMIUM, WIIEA T PANS, snd that he has added ita Improve-, ment thereto that will separate Corn, Rye, Hocks, Ao., (rom Wheat, He now flatters hlmstlf that his expert ence ensMea him So fitfnleh the machine ao long been desired bi the Parmer and Miller that Is, to separata' all filth, down to the rock which Sfnay those who thresn - on the ground. These Fans have teceired resratds of, merit and premiums In various States of tlie Onion, to wit : New York, Vlrglnis.Ohlo, Indiana, Illinois. Mlchl- ; g'an, South Oarnllna, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and the Middle Division of the State of Tenneasee. Severn ,: al of the above States have, awarded these premiums to the proprietor slues Uie addition of the above, named ' Improvement. Ina wordlhcyareeiiperlortoanythlng, N ever before ofTrred to the ppbUe, lie sulgnlns ertlitr, cates of several gentlemen of Philadelphia, well known to the people of lower East Tennessee : J "This certines tnat tne onaersigneq nmeu anu irieoi N. IT. Thurher's Premium Wheat Fan, and state that It, cleaned one bushel per minute, separating all filth to such a degree of perfection that It cannot be rivaled by) any ran now in use, ana we reenmmrna envui sisnn, In need or such a machine oxamlne (his Improved Fan before purchasing elsewhere. J. D. JONES, 1 QH AS. CANNON; . A. W. COZART." . , 'this certifies that tneahdersignrd has the Improve ment made upon N. II. Thurber's Premium Wheat Fan . In my Mill, ann Slate inat ll win separate, rncae.oorn, ao.. rrom waeai. in ananion in me teama oui ui .mill ie taking 6ut,of amot ol grains of thest. i nine to be ths best L standing In fiten of. cheat, cockle, and sniall tmperieot do hereny recommenn saia macnin .r aaw In use. and that those St such a machine ought to examine said machine. .....h..ln. .I...l,.re. JOHN BTANFII icnine, nerors sNFIELD.'. t 1 HIS ceriines lliai in. iiimrnifiini"., w the improvement made upon ft. U; Thnfnrf'l premlnm; Wheat Fan, was tried at the E. T. k Oa. Rail Road De. mi in Phiiadelnhla. Tenn.. and do hera state that It comes fully up to the recnmmrndstlons In sepsratlng, wheat from chest, smut, cockle, rooks, eorn, and smalt Imperfect grslns of wboat, and that I can tats ons of said rsnl sna mase n neai penecii eirjo. i . , t. i. moore.", , lis la trfenared' Id rfellver Ksni by his wagons In low er East Tennessee, or at the Depots on the E. T. k Oa.-. Hall Road, a the following rates, town: , , No, 1 Small site, 1 screen, t wheat ridlea, 1 smut board, 1 rake board .....f)fJ No. (Large site , 9 screens, 1 wheat ridlea, 1 clo- ver rldle, 1 smut board, 1 rake board, 89 No. Improved 9 screens, 8 wheat rldes..l plo ver and 1 eorn riddle, 1 oat board, 1 smut M board, 1 rake board nn The above rales will be strictly adhered to. Tims III h elvn on e-nnd naner. with interest from date. The following gentlemen are authorlsedts sefteald Fens? 8. K. Reeder snd J. M. Henderson, Athens, Tenn.! Ru.. fus Oraves. Charlestna- 0. W. Aleandre, Cleveland; J. 8. Oliver A Co., Dallon, 0a.; rXtfofd k Dexter, Ring, gold. Oa. Tinley Watklns, Hamilton o Tenn.. , , Orders are sollrlte from Oeorgia, Alabama, and Mid' die Tennessee, llewsee of Imposlllon, aa none. ar genuine except those that have . Cotton stamped uport them. also, I am manufacturing Smith's t orn i.neuer. roup price, cash, "(r. AiidT Scott's Celebrated Hand ,Mlll- price eash. t1. . , - COTTON. rmladetpnia, isnu., apru , Grain jBags. James Riff r Manu(a(nr(n C, Itlcbmonds Vbm CONTINUE to produce HEATT BOfTBtH WARf BAOHINO, and make up the aame, hy band. Inter Rail Road Bass. They are confidently recommended as the best article k nown to the trade, and their quality IS constantly tested by the Dsnvllie, Fredericksburg, Vir ginia Central, and Virginia end 1 efSesses Rail Roads, whsre they are preferred before all others. A supply always en hand. They will fre carefully baled up anil delivered al any pednl H tha ell free of eosl, and! where the quantity ordered Is eonsldersoie, eacn rag will be stamped with the nam of the purchaser, also" without additional charge. lddre. E. B. 1) KVTLIT, Agent. Richmond, Vs., June IS, f feJS-l m-68 Valaflble Lands for Safes I)L'ttSlj.1NTte'a dears reftdsrsrj tt the last term-nt ths CliAneerv Court at Mad isonville, I will offer for sals, oa tb 7th daw of August, 186S, a th Court house in Madt sonvills, on sis and twelve months' tims,(sf eept JK0 rerjuired ia hsnd.) ths North-west mierter section of lbs tract knowa ainhsaltia School section, tn ths ?th Civrl J!strief, Monro eounty, rassrving from sal It aefo on th West aid of said querist-, ownad Vf v' v Hsnry Marshall. No sal will bav.ds bill-". I muort as $1,800, th minlrrum luatioiy' ' hall bs hid. t. A. Cf?F?, t. A M. ., July , l8-4t-pri ( tfl-AH . ..' l raos. r. rarroa..