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t. -Hon. John. J Crittenden. " i
. o WM serenaded befor leaving Wishirlo
' ton nnd addressed the crowd who hnd
. assembled. , We make the following ex.
' tract from hit specchi .' s- t" " '
'"Our country Is It in great distress, nnd
oo, I know, feel a pailiotilur interest, as
lt is natural for you to do. .-Congress has
Hailed to save It, and it is now in the hands
of Ihe people, . I nm One Of those who be
, jicve in the intelligence and virtue of (he
people. 'i I,' believe when tlipy tnko this
T business in hand that they will do it.
Their hands are strong enough for. the
I work, nnd their hearts are pniriotio and
'virtuous enough for the work. I hnve
wen, tlirnugltut the long struggle that we
have lind in Congress from every part of
. this country, thousands nnd thousands of
i phiin citizens turning aside from their own
ell'uirs to consider the Union, and to sign
nnd send petitions to Congress of earnest
-fituyer that, they would tnka cure of the
country, nnd settle its difficulties, and re
store our pence and our Union. Let them
4uke it in hand; let their great nnd tnigli--.ty
vnioe be heard in the Capitol, and all
rlll be safe. Ocir people do not want to
separnle. It is the littlo petty .politicians
. that run ubotit from Cross-roads to cross
1 i'onds that lead and misguide the people,
..and it is they thnt try to make us believe
tlmt we hate one another. It is fulxel
i Yes, it must be. Wo do not hate one
' another. ' For petty little schemes, for
jtrty purposes and parly politics. It is
l found convenient and: profitable to these
. littlo politicians to force thut impression
upon the minds of tho people. 1 have been
in His North, I hnve been in the West, I
have been with you, nnd from one part of
; f he country to the other I see no such
'feeling exhibited, nnd I lo not believe it
exhH. I have seen nothing nnd revieved
nothing but kindness wherever I hnve
been.' 1 The pe.iple are rightly disposed.
It Is only the leaders thnt are tlissntisfli'd.
1 Leave the people to themselves, nnd -we
' should live in union, In fraternity, in free
, dom and n greatness all Ihe days of our
life nnd our children's lives, Vociferous
ohecrins.J .-,.. - ;
' I hope it is yet in reserve for us to un
derstand one nnother from soction toseo-
tinn' l-linr. tiu rlnv KttOnlrM linM rlnv niirlif
' . , j i J ' - n" -
, unto night, section will speak unto sec
tion, nnd that we shall come to under
stand from one end to the other that there
' will be no question as to the perpetuity of
the Union. There is not a mortal man,
there is not a county in all tho United
, States that can derive, in my judgment,
nny benefit from separation or disunion.
i To stand together is to strengthen our
wives is by our united might to work out
' each other's greatest possible good. The
vision of disunion is anarchy, disorder,
nnd ultimate wur. Then conies despotism,
- nd instead of congresses nnd free repre-
- sentntinn we shall hnve some monaroliy,
. or some despot to tax and burden and iu)e
ntfA. Ijia nMiiiIrt l.nt 11. if tVA.eun tnlta
, cure of the Union nnd the Union will take
' care of us. Inn word, do not be deceived;
let nn delusive scheme or glittering hopes
thnt may be held out of advantages to be
derived from our separation breaking up
: into little States let no idea of thnt sort
. llude you for a single moment. The
people the working people, the mechan
ics of the country, the bone and sinew of
the lnnd is withered and wasted in a con
. dition of that kind. War comes, you are
' called upon for taxes, you are called up-
on for military service. Armies are con
centrated in your little village., and you
nro made the pack-horses and burdeu-bear-ers
in time ot war. Liberty is to be found
r uiid enjoyed only in peace. My fellowcit-
; isens, there is a restless class of people
nmnng us who are fond of disorder and
take pleasure in living upon the honest
. labor of others who thrive by disorder
nnd by war. Hut you honest people, who
. live by the proud earnings of your labor,
mid' in the liberty nnd freedom of this
find, can hold up your heads with as
' much pride ns the proudest nabob in the
- lnnd.' You are men who desire pence.
: These other characters that I have alluded
' to cau only , live by eating up your sub
stance. That is tho whole amount of it.
You should preserve the principles of the
i Union ; you should love this Union, for
love is the seat, the very heart of it, and
inlvruvs will be. It is in the Constitution
f and the Union thnt your safety, your suc-
i-vtto 111 mi!, 111111 your proa pcriiy umwiiui.
lie not deluded train that. It is the ark
of youi. aulety ; therein nre your real hopes
una your real tprtitnes treasured up. Hev
onty yeuasj lias pvnvetl his to.you. Was
there vet; a country which Las grown
like this K-ever a people, multiplied and
. prospered, like wo huvo. ir. that seventy
years I ' No. . You . are now one of the
' greatest nations ot the world, and will yon
'consent to break this union, up and be
1 scattered like the potsherds of the earth f
Is there. one of you but what, would be
.usliarued to he questioned in .foreign lands
jibout the present condition of your coun
try T Not oneof you.' I hnve hnd myself
Home little curiosity to look abroad upon
au.fli. u I u A .. u. 1. IIU.I u u 1 il II 1 11 it I, v1
itba Western woods t but, so'Uelpme Ood,
i if any one should ofi'or to benr my ejepen
. soi now I would not go to. nny civilised
nation of the world to be questionetl about
'the condition of my country. I' would be
. ashamed to answer. Laughter.
v. ' Fellow-citisens, I shall be. led into a
speech presently. Let me offer you my
'sincere and most cordial 'acknowledg
ements. I urn going to part with you. I
L shall be often back to see you. . I never
, parted with a friend in my lifetime in any
peril and danger I hat my heart did not
- swell with the hope that I should meet
1 him again. Providence permitting, I shall
' often see you again, and all the while I
' shall wish for your prosperity and welfare,
' Accept my cordial acknowledgments for
this kind visit, and my farewell."
Another Care for Diptberia.
" The New York Examiner says i As the
newspapers are full of remedies for this
dangerous affection of the throat, some of
them very good, and tome of them very
silly, we will give one which we know to
be usod by some eminent physicians, nnd
which we have never known to fail, it'np-
' plied early. Diptlioria, in its early stages,
may be recognized by any person of ordi
nary capacity, by two marked symtoms;
the sensation or a bone or hard substance
in the throat, rendering swallowing diffi
cult and painful, and a marked Iffitor, or
unpleasant smell of the breath, the result
of its putrefactive tendency." On the ap
pearance of these symtoms, If the patient
u old enough to do so, give a pieoeof gum
camphor, of the size of a marrowfat pea,
. and let It be retained in the mouth, swal.
lowing slowly the saliva charged with it
until it is all gone. . In an hour or so give
another, and at theend of another hour a
. third 1 a fourth will not usually be requir
ed, but if the pain nnd unpleasant breath
are not relieved, it may be used two or
. three times more, at a little longer inter
vals, say Awo hours. -
If the child is young, powder the oam
phor, -which can easily be done by adding
- a drop or two of spirits of alcohol to it,
and mix it with an equal quantity of
-powdered loaf sugar, or better, powdered
' rook oandy, and blow it through squill or
" tube into its throat, depressing the tongue
with the haft of a spoon. Two or. three
applications will relieve. - Some recom
mend powdered aloes or pellitory with the
camphor, but observation and experience
' have satisfied us that the oamphor is suf.
' Anient alone. It acts probably by Itsvir-
' tues as diffusible stnnulent, - and autii
tio qualities. . , . -,
A manufacturer at Uadley, Mass.,
has contracted to furnish 30,000 wooden
' soles for Ihiok boots and shoej, . They are
made of buttonwood. " ' v- A- " "
MoMinn ' County. - v -1
,.r ,.,. trr u rosi.j...
. Tbs tlm li graving near when th rotors of ihs
third ConiitMilonel Dlttrlot will U aallrii apn
to tint ihsir Itepranntntlr In tho next Congras.
W bflltn tho prosperity of the Slam, not only,
but thi settlement fef bur tiatlnnnt tmnl(l, (Is.
ptnd In a groat degree upon I lio suoco of Hie
Union psrty In Tonneane. The iumh of that
pari depends upon the unity and harmony la
ecdus ef Itt meinher). With a view to serars
tli le mi, we propo tho holding of a Convention
of the Union mm In Ihli DUtrirt, at Athens, on
the 4th day of May next, to nloet a Union osn
dlilste In the approaching contost. v' , " ",' ;
' We tall upon all true Union men to join uf In
tlili movement. '. ., - :. ..', McMixx.
.! '.. Eoane County . ; t f . '.
-- For the Poet. ?:
'. The Importance of our pending eteptiofi ennnul
ho ton highly ettlmnted. Lot us go Into It with
prudence, calmnois, anil resolution. Lot us put
no men nn guard who Is not elcnr nf doubt and
hloinlphwhofe present nnd past position It not
only eloarly pronounced fur tho Union at It was,
but for Ihe Union at il is. . Lot tho people diwsrd,
In thier convention", all profesional offli-s-teekers
nil those people who are' to renily to forettsll
the scuthnont of the penplo,' by mamifnoturlng
llicmeelvus into oandidatct over roady to lenp
Into the broaeb where an offlca Is to be g.ilnod.
I Ihenifore rerommond that the people of Itoene
county moot in convention, at Ibeir Quarterly
Court In Kingston, on Ihe II rut Monday in April
next, In nominate a candidate to rcpremsnt the
eounty; also, to sppoiut delegates to meet dule
gatca from Knox county, at Campbell' Station,
on the 20th April to- soleok a candidate to repre
sent Ihe IWo eountici la the Senate) alro, to ap
point delegates to meet at Athens, ou the 1 2th of
April, In concert with the other oouutlcs, to nomi
nate a candidate to roprsront this Congression
al District. And porhnpa It wonld bo well enough
fur the Athens Convention to expross nn opinion
with regnrJ to our Kxocutfre ttnnilnrd bonrer.
In my opinion, If this eouno is purauod by the
people, with that intelligence which the ooennion
demands, thore can be no doubt of the roeult.
The eaiiee of the people llio cauae of tho Union
must and will triumph. , Roaxk.
.1 " tornox, Jlurch 10, 1801.
Edltnr Poll: Tho Unien-loving voters of old
Ilonno, to far at my observation extend, duly ap
preciate the truo and goneroua view takon by j
you In your Isauo of tho 15th inat., In reference to
tho worthy and true Union-lovlug Representative
from this, the .Id Diatrlot lion. R. It. Bharsox.
Col. B. has been truo to tho principles upon which
tho go'ernment was foandod by our groat and
good fathers, ami has in every instance actod with
fldollty to the trust confided to hira by the people,
for which ho deserves to be rewarded, and will be
faithfully attended to by Ihe people Uudor all
the circumstances, It would not only be unwise,
but ungenernua, to do othcrwlao than for all Union
men to aid in roturnlng blui to Congress thua
ahowiug our appreciation of a truo and faithful
public ecrvuat. A word to tho wise, and I will
add, tbe generous, Is aufficient. Oi.o Roaxr.
1 " for the I'dat.J -
We, tbo undersigned Mechanics of Athens,
without distinction of party, coll upon O. W.
BRinaas, to run the next raco for Congress iu
this District He is the people's man.
R. T. Enfflcdow, David Cate,
II. II. Rider, R. L. Oato,
W. Ridor, J. M. Lovo,
David 1. York, J. K. HUkox,
T. J. Ilrogg, J. II. Crow.
J. C. Calhoun, It. li. Qnlnn, .
A. W. Archer, J. M. Ilnrgor,
Eliat Walker, 1'. M. Kilguro,
A. 8. Tucker, . !Jat. C. Jnno,
W. M. Haley, ' ! Nel.in M. Shipuian,
T. D. Rumple, . " , J. II. Smith, .
Samuel Uutaell, - J. Grubb,
II. Honningar, W. P. Cartnnck,
Jaa. Iluker, Win. D. tloodman,
J. II. Rudd, J. A. Peck, i
Willlmn II. Rudd, Kdward Drown,
J. W. Ililhert, i . John Adair,
llcrnhart (lilhcrt, Jr., L. K. Home,
John N. Rudd, ( i. J, Ziegler, - '
Oonrge Wattles, S. M. Roberta,
Wm. II. Howard, - Joacpb S. Yoder,
W. A. Warren, - . A. Herd,
II. L. Moore, - J. S. Richards,
T. W. Warren, r- James F. Roberta,
R.'L Ward, Joseph Hiimilton, -W.
11. WArren. T.. - Thoai Caldwell, '
John U. Hamilton, " -. S. C. Runyun. -Wm.
L. Alloc, y : - i
Athens, Tuiuu, jnrch, 1SC1.
- l or Ihe Poal.J. . . .-. .
," Ci.xvsi.xxn, Maroh 16, lKfll.
Mr jfJlturt Dear Sir !r We, tbe undersigjicd
"Union men," desiring to designate our preforence
for a oandidatefor Congross on tbo Union ticket,
and bolieving, as wo ihi, (hat tbe bold and gallant
stand nhiiHiGxo. W. Buinocs has takoft and oc
eupled fur tbe last twelvo months, In, defence' of
tho Uuion aud the Constitution of our.atliore,
entitloa him to the position. . Wctherefuro solicit
him to become a oandidate fur the poaitlon refer
rcd tu, and we' will givo him a eheorful and hourly
Support. '' ' Very rospoctlully,'. '; ;
J. C. Willman, ,, . -T. Jl.Hutner, : '
W. S. Ho.igan........ A. Mt-N'abli, ,.i. v.-
0. W. Witeinan, . .' : r A, IV. Putts, .
W. II. Brown, i V. Miller; . .-, ,-
J. I,. Willis, ... JobnUoun, .....
E. K.S. Roberta, I. WrJulnn, -Jno.
P. Rood, "' W. White, it j
lid. Dnrgess, ' Daniul Boon, " 1
Wm. Bioir, A. Polls, ?!
W. t. Wry, v . . Joan H. Kuhn, - i
Wm. Brown, W. K. Richmond, .
M. H. Sprinkle, . ' N. W. Hayes, -H.Q.
Brown, :: L. Uathman, -v -- : '
J. D. Ellis, - M. A. Parmer, I '
M.S. Boeglov .'li- J. H. Oriffilb, , '- .
i. a. MoAJulhs, ... II. J. Hutcfains,. : ;
R. M. Edwards, " . , J. P. Kincboloe,
h. J. HrifHtb, - David Russell.
D. D. Beegloa,' "r
. . The Charleston Meroury.
The Clinrlcston Mercury-continues Its
opposition to the financial policy of the
"Confederate States' and even stigmati
zes the export duty on cotton as "revolu
tionary.',' To 'this effect it says. in its
number of the 12th instant: '-
"For ourselves we hnve regarded this
messure, adopted by tho Southern. Pro
visional Government, as revolutionary in
its character, and .justifiable solely on the
ground of the public, emergencies for the
lime being. As a species of legislation
adapted to ordinary times, we have looked
upon it both as unjust and indefensible.
Never having been ot those who have ex
pected 'civil waj,' .'invasion,' &a., or any
thing here. in the shape of confliot,. to re
sult from secession, except perhaps a brush
at Fort 8umter, we should very much
have preferred at once a revenue tariff on
imports, with low duties of ten or fifteen
per cent, ad valorem. , Yielding, however,
to the apprehensions pf those who fear a
bloody war, and wish to sea the South
put immediately on a war footing, we
make no opposition to this provisional
arrangement. At future day we shall
oonsider the subjeot of export duties,"
The same journal oomnienla as follows
on the proposed evacuation of Fort Sum-'-.
... .. , ', .. .. -.'
. "How far this discretion will revivify
the hopes and stimulate the efforts of re
constructionists throughout the .South is
a matter to be discovered by observation,
Tbe temper and Intention of the Northern
people has now been so thoroughly de
veloped and exposed to the eyes of all
those at .the tJoutii who will see that we
trust Union menders are too lute in their
attempts upon the virtue and integrity of
our people.. Crushed . egttshells and
friendship alnised can never be mended.
We have no doubt, however, that Hercu
lean efforts will he made In that direction,
and must only take good Cure of these
weaker brethern at the South, whose son
timentaare stronger, than their reason, or
who live in the past rather than the future.
Thestrait.jacket.was a valuable invention.
But, in the mean time, the prospect .of
baring Sumter is very pleasant." , j, .
France and tha Southern Confoder-
..'.'3 "'':' v'aoy. r -
,' .The publio journal, particularly at the
South, contained Soma months ago the
report of an alleged audience represented
lo hnve been given by M. Thoiivenel, the
French Minlstor for Foreign Aflairn, to
certain gentlemen, acting, or assuming to
act, ns Commissioners on the part of
South Carolina, nnd who we're said to have
interrogated the former with respect to
the probability of securing for the Gov
ernment of Seceding Status a recognition
by the French Empire. . ..
.This statement, together with the cau
tious but encouraging reply which the
reputed ''Commissioners'' were aaid to
hnve received from tl.o French Minister,
having been reproduced in tho European
journals, mot the eye of Mr. Faulkner,
our vig'.lant Minister ot the Court of
France, who immediately sought an inlei
view with M. Thouvenel on the subject.
Tho result of llint interview is thu stated
by M. Gaillnrdet, the intelligent Faris
correspondent of the New York Courier Jn
E'.ali Vms, writing under date of tho 221
"Tho Minister for Foreign Affairs re
plied earnestly nnd categorically that
there was absolutely no foundation for
the rumor, nnd thnt no 'Commissioner'
from South Carolina or other Seoedcd.
Status hnd been received either by the
Emperor or by him. An interview had
been accorded to (Jen. Stevenson by the
Emperor, but that gentleman was from
Tennessoo and not South Carolina, und
had asked this audience only in his ca
pacity as president of a railroad company,
lira conversed otlioially with the Emperor
only on this subject, according to Mr.
Faulkner, from whom I derive these dis
closures, nnd who ndils thnt up to the
preeent hour no 'Commissioner' from tho
Seceded States of tho Union bns arrived
J The "National Intelligencer" de
nies thnt it is to be the organ .of the new
administration at Washington, A newt
papcr "organ" is a Democratic institution,
and the "Intelligencer" is ns fur ns ever
from being Democratic, nnd hns no sym
pathy with Black Republicanism.
Bad Prospects ron Wixs Prinkkrs.
The wine raised In Portugal tho last sea
son has fallen off in quantity fully 80 per
cent., and the loss oi money in conse
quence is said to bo enormous.
tfiyA Catamount was killed a few days
ago, near Walpnck, N. J., measuring six
feet four inches in extreme length. For
many nights before he mndo the neigbor
ing woods resound with his cries, and was
so ferocious that he had commenced an
attack on the party thnt killed him.
From Pexsacola. The following des
patch was transmitted from Pensncolu by
C. L. LeBaron, Esq., of that city;
rmtaeala, Ma-ch 12, 18Cd. The steam
er Wymntntti came up to the city about 2
o'clock this afternoon to bring four runa
way negroes, found on Santa Uosa Island,
near Fort Pickens, and arrested by Lieut.
Sleminer, who sent them to town to he
delivered to the State authorities. The
H'i(iH(od came up to tho wharf nnd
handed them over to thoso empowered
to receive them.
Fine Farms for Sale.
An excellent Farm for sale in the
neighborhood of Athens, containing 2.1(1
acres about 1.19 cleared, nnd in a "high
state of cultivation.
Also, one of tho best Funns in Bradley
county, within one mile of tho town ol
Cleveland containing 400 acres, ISO of
which nre cleared. Well watered, nnd
(to? Enquire of the Editor of this pa
per. . , .
Sscond Bound of Quarterly Meet-
ings for Athena District.
owce " I.uiniaary, March 2d
Kingston " Wintou's, " Uih
Mailisonville " Kelsou's, " 10th
Tollioo Mission, Toco, :ld
Athens Station, " :lllih
hoiulou Circuit, at Swootwutor, April fith
at which tiiuo au3 pluoo tho Distrlot Couvcutlon
Atuuns Circuit, at Jonas' Chapid, April i:tih
G. WAMSXAXDER, '. A'.
Mrs. WiS!.ow. an experienced nurso aud fe
male pbysiciau, has a Soothing Syrup rr chil
dren teething, wlii-h greatly facilitates thu pro
cost of toothing, by-soflaniug tho gains, ;e.lu':ing
all intlsuintion-wiil allay all pain, and is euro to
regulate -tho bowels,. Depend upon it, mothers,
it will give rest tu yoursolves. and relief and
health to your infants. Perfectly aafo in all easel
CHILIS AND FEVBRI cilThLS AND
FEVKRl ! One of tho-greatest reinutlics thulbas
ever boon' laid before tbe public for Forcr and
Asue, ami whb h have received the higbost enco
miums, from the press and tho people, is Dr. J.
Hosteller's Celebrated Bitters. ' Who would en
dure the'torturas arising from this terrible disease
when it can bo to easily cured ? Who would en
dure sleepless nights, burning foren and icy chills
alternately, when a remedy can be obtalnod for a
more trine? And yot how many families linger
put a sptonaln cxisteneo unilor tlilt deadly blight,
and do nothing but gulp down-quinino, until it
beeomes as oommnn as their dally inetils, and yot
they are not roliovod.' Nono but tho foolish and
wuak would hesitate to proeuro these valuable
Hitters, and savo tbemsolvoa intenae agony. Sold
by druggists ami dealers generally everywuoro. .
See advertisement in another column.
' AiisiiBla .Vlarkei.
" AracsTA, Miirrh 1.1.
Bacon, hog round 1212Joi clear sides 1,1,
14c; ribbed i:)Ca;1.1iti hams 12(njl3e; shoulders
l"Ta)10)o. Lard, in bble. 12Jc: in kegs and cans
13o. Wheat, red $1,40; whitefl,"0. Flour, extra
family S,2 j(.iS.50, family t7,6flfn,7,75: super.
One 7a)7,2.'i. Cora tl fa ll, 10. Meal l,06(a)
SI, 15. Outf nolloe. Stock Peas $1,10$I.2U.
Kye $1,20. Feathers 4ll($1.1o. Dried Puachos,
pooled 7(riflp nnpeolod ufi)o. prieil Apples,
peeled 2(g,(iy3e. Duller 16(ii)20c. Eggs
We hand yon above prico current of our Produce
market, notiug a fair demand for leading articles,
, - : Vours, verv truly,
i. A. AN8LEY A CO., -
... - .- Product nti flimmiit 1Fhtt.
, Steam Eeflned Syrup.
3BBL8. PHILADELPHIA STEAM HEFIN.
ed Ooldun Syrup, fur tale low by
March 22 , . 8. K. REKDER.
.x . . . piMter
NOW IS THE TIME TO PROCURE PLA8
ter for your Clover. Don't wait until it is
all gone. Bend In yoar orders to that I may
know how much you want. Just received a lot,
and for sale at $15 per ton, CASH.
March 22 J. M. HENDERSON. -
Valuable Lands and Water Power for
ON SATURDAY, THE 27vh DAY OF APRIL,
1861, we will sell, atMoElrauVa Millt, on a
credit of tlx m ialbs, for nolo and approved seen
rlly, and lien retained on said Lands, a TRACT
OF LAND containing about Ta acres, being part
of the old Walker Mill reservation, and uioluding
tbe old Walker Mill aut-one of tho boat water
powers in East Tennessee. Said Lands are with,
hi one mils of the East Tsnnestee k Georgia Rail
Road, at Charleston, Tenn.
f ..... . , ElMMKRMAN KILOORK.
. Maroh 12, 1S1 it 052 .- ,
JUST RECEIVED, ONE CARLOAD KINO'S
Salt, aud for sale at (2 per Hmk ouly for
Cash, or Produce. - No erodit for Groceries.
March IS J. M. HENDERSON. .
T HAVE SOME CHOICE RIO OOFFEB ON
3. uanu ana lor saio, .. ' J. ai. iiBnufcii.tu.;
March ( ,
' ' Chancery Court at Athens.
....r. , ,, ioacph Cobb, . .; -i
David A. Cobb, John Ildiiton and Jos. Firestone.
UPON MOTION 1)Y SOLICITOR. IT Ap
pearing to tho Clerk and Master that the ro
sp.mdent James Firostono Is not a cithen of the
Slate of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that
publication be made In the Athens Post for four
tnceesstre weeks, requiring the said respondent
Firestone to appear at the nest term of the Chan
cery Court, to bo held for the county of McMinn,
at the Crturl-hOuse in Athens, on the 3d Monday
of August next, then and iher-s to plesd, answer
or demur to said bill, or tbe anma will bo tiik.cn
for onttfeeted as to bint nnd set for henriotr c
milt. - JOHN L, BRIKilKS, C. A M.
MareU 22, 1801 4t--pra foe $3052
, . William L. Rice,
''' ' rs, . J , .' 1,' ' ;
Jesse C. Rice, Isaac R.RIce, W. J. Rico, J,n Rico
fitjunctinn nitrl Alhfhiti'tt HIHA
PON MOTION, IT APPKARtNO TO THE
Clork and Muster from the lull filer! In thin
cause, tlint lsnnc 11. Ilicc, W.J. Uico, Thomas A.
Owen and Nancy Owon hi wife, Sarnh Oardnor
and husband Gardner, and Charles W. Rice,
aro not citizens of the Stale of Tennessee, It is
therefore ordered that pul lii ntiun bo made in the
Athens Post for four successive weeks, requiring
the siiid non-residents tn nppenr at the npxl term
of Ihe Chancery Court, to lie hel l for the county
of McMinn, nt tho Court house in Athens, on the
3d Monday of August next, then and there to
plead, answer or demur tu snld Mil or the suine
will be token for confessed as to tbcm nnd set for
benrlug T pnrlr. JOHN L. B 111 DUES, C.AM.
March 22, IStll It prs fee $1052
Courtney A Tennonf,
Huga McCrea A Co., Cooke. Bally A Co.. E.. ft.
Hluddord A Co., Horsey Co., Edward Hales
A Co., Bnwun 4 Foslur, F. I). Funning, J. 8.
A L. Bowio A Co., Oillilnnd. Howell tV Co., Pros
ton A Co.. and John Asburst.
IT APPKAKIXO TO Till: CLERK AND
Master, from the bill Mel in this cause, whii h
is sworn to. that E. II. Ktod lnrd Co., Horscv .t
Co., Edward Hates A ' , Mowen A Foster, K. II.
Fanning, J. !. A L. BowM Co.. (lilllland. How
eli A Co., Pre. ton A Co., and John Aghurst, re
spondents, nro non-residents of tho Stoto of
Tennessee, It la therefore ordered thnt publica
tion ho inado In the Alhcna Post for four suo
oossire weeks, notifying said non-resident
rrspoudeuts to appear nt tho nest term of Ihe
Clinncery Court, lo he hnl.lou for the county of
McMinn. at tho Court-house in Athens, on the 3d
Monday of August next, then and there to plciid,
answer or demur to aaul hill or tho same will be
taken for confessed ns to them and set forhenring
cj-none JOHN L. BUIDOHS, C. 4 M.
Mureh 22, 1801 It prs feo $:) 052
. E. T. Ilenlfro,
Alexander McKcniie, William MeKenzic, A. J.
D. ulson, W. II. Porter. W. S. Callaway, Worn
Ing Watnmurk. Forrc.t A Rlco,Ex'rs of John
Mntloek, deo'd, J. S. & L. Howie A Co.. Preslon
A Co.. (Illliland. Howell Co., Bowou 4 Foster,
E. B. Stoddard A Co.. John Asburst, Edward
Hates A Co., Horsey A Co., F. D. Fanning.
Oritflnnt iVtnirrVo,, nit.r Allnrhmrut IlillA
UPON MOTION. IT APPUARINtl TO THE
Clerk nnd Mmlcr. from the bill tiled in this
causo, thnt .1. R. A L. Bnwio A Co., Preston A Co.,
liilliland. Howell A Co.. llowen A Foster, E. B.
Stoddard A Co., John Asburst, Edward Bales A
Co., llor.xiv A Co., and F. D. Funning, nre not
citizens of 'ho Stnto of Tennessee, it is therefore
ordered that publication ho made in tbo Athens
Post, a newspaper published In Athens, McMinn
eounty, Tennessee, for four successive woeks, noti
fying thctn to appear at the next term nf the
Chancery Court, to bo held for llio county of Mc
Minn. nt the Court-house In Athens, on tho 3d
Monday In August next, then and there lo plead,
answer or demur to anid bill, or tbo snmo will be
takon ns confessed ns to them nnd set for bearing
accordingly. JOHN L. liniDOKR. C. A M.
March 22, 101 4 prt foe $3 052
A IX OF MY UK AI. ESTATE IX SWKKT.
water, eonf.ist.hi; uf a STOUK timl LOT,
one uf the iioat Bhimlri in tho plnco u new untl
ttlegntit RuMklcnoc, enntiilniiiR nine room with
fire-plnws, ami well miileil fur puhUit ot bnnnU
inhuue. Almi. r FARM of (HO ncre. within
tbroo miles of tho town, one half of whirl, i
wood lanil. Having romovel fr.-iu the Stale, this
property con be Imusht low nnd on pooil tenn,
by applying to Gen. J. H. K.-n-an, Fuciliiy, Tcnn.,
or tu A. M. Brutt, on the iirciiiifw.
JAMKS M. DUETT, Sr.
.March 15, 1801-tf-Oil
R. W. I'llLLUU,
A. J. WII.LH.
P. It KIM,
li. m'p. n'KT.n.rn,
PTTLLIAM, WILLS, RANKIN & CO.,
-Vuw Yuaii. Miin-h 1, IHiil.
OUR STOCK FOH HlMUNtJ TRADE IS
complete, and om I) races the iictial variety of
new and fushinnnhle eiylt-d, iii:innfiit l tired in the
heft manner, which wo nflVr to proin;tt pnying
eu."tnmer on the u?uttl tcnin, nr for tu.-.h at a
liberal (Hec-unt. M:ir lj It G51
films l'l.VK MOHtlAN STALIJON M'AS
J suleetvd and purtiiiMed last Full in Now
Hampshire, by the iiinUrdincd. after n mreful
jM?rinial exiiiutimlinii of ome fuiir to live hun
dred slock Hordes, for hits pure Marfan blood,
imtl iu pi'fuewinflt iu a v.'r- Inh tleree all the
rociuisito pints of nn A No. I Stock IIorte,
Morgan Prince wan liiun yctrs ithl lait oafon,
it a beautiful dark bay, with black Ica, mauu mid
tail, and without white; weigh e, wheu in good
&wh, 12jO to l.tOO pomidi. lla hocn broken to
humeri, and had uiifiirpaped beauty of style and
aetiuti, great muticular power, excellent dist posi
tion, and for smootlincits of ait, bottom and
speed, as a trotter, it not excelled by any. lie
i remarkably sure, and a marked peculiarity of
qis uorso s slock la a very tttnkiu rosembianue
to himself, both in color and form, as wo saw ex
empli lied In soma forty specimens of bu gut ox
ami nod by us. v -
Morgan Prince was Hired hy Kent's Granite
State Morgan, Rroiid siro Royal Morgan (now
Hring, aed 40 years:) g, g. sire Sherman Morgan;
g. g. g. tire Justin Morgan. His dam by Canaan
ot Kenyon Morgan, by Rim ton Tiger or Boston
Morgan, by Cock of tho Rock, by Sherman Mor
gan, by Justin Morgan.
Morgan Princo received tho first premium in
tho your in his clus of Sherman Morgan
stallions, nt Ornfton County Fair, held at Haver
hill, N. II. Also, first promhuu. in snmo elii, nt
Connecticut River Valley Fair, held nt Bradford,
Vermont, 1H57. It is the Morgan jtock of Horses,
and this Is one of thnm.iure that is now prited
beyond all others, and have earned a higher ehnr
actor for docility, endurance, stylo, action and
speod ai trotters than any other stock uf horses
iu our country. .
Tho attention of all lovers of good stock ts in
vited to this Horse, now making his first season
in Tonnessee. Ha will serve a limited number of
Mares tho present season, at tbe stable of Ell
Dixon, five miles East of Athens, at 1 ft insurance,
due when tho Mare is asrertaiuud to be in foal or
parted with; $13 the scniu, paynhle ut close of
seasoni nnd IU the single service payable at
time of service. Mares frdm a distance will be
fed at a reasonable prioe. All earo takon to nro-
ront escapes and aeeideits, but no liability for
any. m. A. HKbM,
.' ELI DIXON.
Athens, Tenn., March 1$. M tcs .!
JUST RECEIVED, 12 DHLS. AND 15 HALF
bbls. choleo New Orleans Syrup, and fur sale
cheap for Caih, Baoon or Corn.
March 8. J. M. UEXDERSOV.
Of the Four Review and Blaokwood
Commence January, 1861. ' w
Terms, v i t
For any ono of the four Reviews, per nn., $1,00
For any two of tho four Ho views, " 6,00
For any throe of the four Review!, 7,00
For all four of the Reviews, " 8,00
For Blackwood's Magaiine, ' " " 3,00
For Blaokwood aud one Roview, ' 4,00
For Blaokwood and two Ro views, . 7,00
For Blaokwood and three Reviews, . ' V,00
For Blaokwood and the four Reviews, " 10,00
- Muney ourrnat in the State, where Usue,d will
be received at par. -..', - ,
r- , CLUBBING.
A dlsoount of twenty-five per eent from the
above prioe will be allowed to Clubs ordering four
or more eoulea of Blaokwoop. or of una Review.
will be sent to one addreu for 9j four eopios of
we four nevtewi ana uianawooa tor -int and so
oa. Remittanoet should always be addressed to
the PuhlUhera. LEONARD SCOTT CO.,
. , , . No. 64 Hold sir jet, New York.
l V . .-" Two Horse Wagon,
FPOR SALE ON GOOD TERMS, BY
Nov Id , B. Kf REEDERs
v Heavy Domestics.
LOT OF HKAVY UOMHTICB JUST
raeaired sad fur tale liy . , .
un. 8 ' ' ' JOHN McQAPOHBY.
. trm. n It
. " t look or r yon thk' . j;
; , . MS. 0. M08ES, i - ,
Wholesale nnd Betoil Dealer.,
Knoxvlllo Tcunc.scp, - , ',
HAS KEM0VIS1) 11 13 STOCK OF ARI.
vraro tit the aland furinorly uompiuil hy M.
Nuison, on Uuf alrout, noaiiir.lpusi(fl .Walker
Crotlicrs. . .
Ills supply nf IlsnU.rc, Catlry, Iron, X.fls,
Axos, StiH.l,,Snl(11ery, llsnlsr.rc, Carri.);0-Mal(.rt
Uooda, Ac, Is rtry larir. and wall assarted. , ..
- For Blaoksmithi and Farmori,
Tin tins a Inri) snpply nf IRON of the rnrloua
slros niuirrl f..r trouln? AVnirnns, H.,rso Slmo
lnjt. Pluw Work, 4o. Muitrnds at bast qualllv:
luuil, Ruund, Hinnra,Orul, Ilulf round and IMow
Plnte Iron. Anvils, S'lts, Uullows, Aorbir Pliitcs,
Hlniksinilhs' Prills, Hummer", flsilcs. Tongs,
Wapin Hnxos) Iwst roflu.il llw-ix) Skoins and
Itnxps, a ni?w nnd usflfnl nr loll. Two llurse
Wngnn Alios. Hti'ol of all kinds, Ac. llorss.
Shoe Nulla. ...
Thi-ludltia;, nini.ng Mlicr tlilnns. Knsinoled Clula
and Leather! lluhs, Ppokc-s and Folloos; Pprinjrs
and Aslcs: Dent Flnil'l.i Hub and ud Unndx
Hash Lenlher and Dash Irnnsi Mnlleahlo Cast
ings! AjleClipsj Best Crrio Melts; Carriage
Tdulnfta, Cnrda and Tnwlsi Oil Clnth: Tjk ks;
Tviry-headed Nallii Flfth-whenla; Stop-lmns;
Whip Soekotsj Tufts nnil Tufting lliitlnnsi Curled
Half! Laeos, of vurluua kimls and tnlors; Car
Hugo Mats, in. . .
In irrcnt variety, smh as llrass and ailver-plated
M.iunlinci, In sots and otherwise: llrass, Silver,
plated, Japanned and I'nlishett llurklrv and ltlnS!
llrass, 8ilver-plnted and Jnpnnned llatnes: Wood
llmncs nnd Stage Humes, russet and blnek: lloin
Snaps! Mnrtingnle Rings; llnscttest Ilrow-hamlsj
Hits, nr vui-ious styles) Ciirringo Whips, a large
vurioty! Collars, atunc very fine, Ac.
Comprising Snddlo Trees, nf vnrintis patterns!
Hng-Skins. rnngin? from $;.0 to $i:!U per doxen.
l'ailskins: White Weitiug Skios; Knnmuled Loath,
cr: Patent Lontlier Pkirtinir! Kncmeled Cloth;
KnninoUHi Cunvnss and Itrilling: Ruckles; Rings!
Hits; Stirrups! Three-Cord Orange and Yellow
Thread! Saddlers' rlllki Plush: Skirting: Sad
dlers Tools: hust east-steel Awl-Blailesi Wohhingi
Rosses; Fuddluja' Needles; llrnaa and Silver Orna
He Invites all of his old customers, to enll nnd
see hitn, at his new nnd convenient establishment,
anil also solicits the trade from any new customers
who nro disposed tu try tho Knoxville mnrkot, for
tho purchase of any goods in his line.
Prices shall he low, nr.d especial pains will be
taken In the titling of oil orders.
LooK-nirr ron Tnn aicJt nr rna
March 1, 18lll-ly-40 Knrurillr, 7i,rr..ce.
CATAIOGVE OF BOOKS!!
FOR SALE I1Y
GEon. -w. noss,
ATHENS BOOK STORE!
Byron, Bums, Bun J eh n son. Cow per, Camplst-ll,
Craliiio. Pokriiljro, Uuhlsiuith, llomnns. Uoud,
Ijiitulun, Moore, Milton, Longfellow. Mnntgonifry,
Osian, Pope, Shakspnaro, 8oott, Tcnnison, Dciin
Swift, Wunlswtirth, (of various stylos end hind-ing-)
HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY.
Abbott's llistifrios (2b dilTercnt kh)di,) Mu
rauluy's England (i vols..) llrnWs En;liind (ft
voli.,) Mihn tin's (Jihhnn's Hoine(ft vidn..) Maury's
History of the Unite) Htatvs, Lamnrtino's Fronib
Revolution, Lilirnry of Natunil llictory, Uaniriuy's ,
Annnlsof Tenneufcf; 1ivusof Wathinton. Jack
son. Franklin, ljiil-'uyutk', Murioti, Sain llouslun, j
Lee and Sumiiti-r, Dantid Bomic, Davy Cnn-kctt. j
Kit Carson, Lewis Wetzel, Lives of Signers,
(irccno, Life aud Writings of Lorenzo iJow, i
Writings of Aruienius (.1 vols.,) Lives ami PjicpiIi-
es of Henry Clny nnd Daniel AVehstcr. Lifo of
Charles tho Twelfth, Kuiperor Nnpoleon, Louis
Kiipolcon, The Bonaparte Family, Em props Jo
sephiito, Mnry Quoon of Scots, Ltvinpiton's Tiav
vels in Snuih Africa (the only reliaiIe edition.)
Lifo and Voyages nf Amurieus, Biek's Works (in
2, 5 and It) vols.)
Taylor's Family Doctor, Condor's Family Doc
tor ami Homo Book of Medicine Bollock's Medi
cal Works (6 di Huron t kinds,) Surgical Anatomy
(hy it. W, Bipor, M. 1.,) Physicians' 11 nnd Bonk
uf Practice, IStll, Duuglisou's New Medical Dic
tionary. . LAW. "
Wells' Lawyer, Every Bojys Lawyer (hy Frank
Crosby, of Philadelphia.)
RELIGIOTJS. ' 4
A oompleto assortment of Bibles and Prayer
Rih.k. Proahytcrian Confusion of Faith, Dr.
Barnes' Rotes on the tlunpeln, Jlnywnrd's Book
nf All Koliginns, Udhcrson's Sermons, Htif;h
Miller's Works, Kelix'ion of Ueolojry (l.y HilcU
cock,) Duriiin's Travels iu tbo East, N wander's
Church History vols.)
Tlmycr's Principles nf Agriculture, Coleman's
do., Yiuu Farmers' Munuul, Fannnrs' Hand
Book, Vino Dressers' Manual, Produce and lUndy
Iteeknuer, Youatt and Spooner on (ho Horse,
Morgan IInr.-ios, Muchimics' Own Book, Sloan's
Carpontew' New Ciuide, Sloan's Constructive Ar
chitect. Scott's Infantry Tactics, I.dand World
of the Pacific, (tents and Ladies Loiter .Writer,
Tho Ladies Cafkct, Uems for FirvsMc, The Dia
dem. Souvenir Gallery, Language of Flowers mid
Poetry of FUnrcrs, Dohro's Instruction in Ani
mal MajifnotiPiii, Dijod's Mcsmeriiin and P.-ytolo-gy
(in 2 Vols.) ' 1
. SCHOOL BOOKS.
Webster's Spoilers aud Dictionaries (all si.es,)
Davlcs' and Dood's Mathematical Courxo, Mitth
el's, Smith's and Olncy's Oeoraphics, Corns lock's
Philosophy and Chemistry, Wells' Chemistry und
Philosophy, Olintcad's and Quackcnhos' Philoso
phy, Quackcnhos Composition nnd Bhotorio,
Boyd's Uhctnrie, Hod go's Logic, Worcester's, Pa
toy's and Parker's Philosophy and Composition,
McUuH'cy's Headers (full uourse,) Art Hccrcations,
Brneklefby's Philosophy, Younx P 'pils' 1st and
2d Book, Parker's Philosophy (smaa sine,) Bui
Jiou's, Smith's and Kirkbaia's Oram mars.
A full supply of tho
LATEST NOVELS, &f,
and Hoo's Works, Irving's Works, The Souvenir
of Travel (in 2 vols.,) Bernard Lite, Mustang
(Iray, The Rival?, Household of Boureno (in 2
vols.,) Nemos is, Margaret Moncrieffo, The Adopt
el Heir, Married- Not Mated, Recollections of a
Court Boom, Slaveholder Abroad, Georgia Scenes,
Wild Western Scones, Major Jones, Tho Throne
of David, Tho Prince of tbe House of David,
Bculah, Corner-Cupboard, Enquire Within, and
, ; SPEAKERS.
The 8 tn lout's Sneaker; Sargent's Primary, t-ni-versa
I and Standard Spcokors; Young Amoilca
Speaker; Fields' Scrap Book;
And a large lot of Albums Fort Folios, and
Deo 7, lfiflO If ft:l7
MY THOHOirtrui-BRED JACK,
1TILL STAND DU1UNCJ THE YEAR 18(11
T f ut my farm, near Kingston, Tenn., and will
bo pormitted to servo not raoro than twice a day,
t $10 for Mares proving in foal, and $25 fnf Jon
Dots proving to foal, due when the fact is knowu,
or when the Mare or Jennet hi transferred or re
moved from the neighborhood,
Rocky Mountain is b years old was bred by
P. K. Rains, nf Nashville, and sfred by his rnmous
Jock Black Mammoth, he by Marengo Mammoth,
and be by imported Mammoth. Rooky Mountain's
dam, KtUa Boyd, was tbe winner of 13 silver eups
at different Fairs iu Tonnesseet she was tired by
Soar Kraut, and bo by the Duke nf Brunswick.
Rocky Mountain Is a 'aeautitul bluek, over ld
hands high under the standard witboii shoes,
measures 70 inches around tho heart, 21 inches
around the upper part of the arm. His body Is
very long and round, hooft largo and good, legs
unusually strnug, wide and well shaped, with long
clean pasterns. I have good pastures, and my
charges shall bo bolow the customary prices of the
ooii u try. I will endeavor to preveut accidents
and escapes, but will not be lis Me should anv oo
eur. B. F. WELCKER.
March 15, lftl-tes-ft51 - - -
CATLIN WILL STAND T11K PRESENT
Maaun at the atubl. of Mr. BU Diaan. (re
lailes Eaal nf Ath.ua, eninm.nains; Ho Kf.reb
and miIIdk 1st July, and will ks let In a limited
Dumber of f area, and Jennela, at fie tbo iu
auranea for taa form or, end $J3 tbe lutter, paya
ble whua aaoortaitied to be In foal nr parte J with,
Octlln waa nro yoara oltl dtli July Inat,- Color
bWk, wilb Bisaly aoae ana 'flanks, ami la site,
form nod boue is nusurpaaaeil.' Catliu srks .lri4
by Young I'ulliu (brwl by Drains Clny, Kir., of
Bourbon eounty, Kaiiaikk,,) anl be by uniKirted
Catlln. Hit lua was also bnsd in Kentucky and
la an unusually an ami large animal.
Catlin'S eolta oaa aoar be soon la uumbrri aid
aa esaminaUtrti-of them b, broedera is enlioiisil.
. . M. A. 1IKLM, JfViM ra. :
Hares 19) lttM-ef-6l
.... tl .' ., ,;
rnrnitare it Wholessle of Retail 1
THR ("ItllSCniDKIt 0FFEK8 fort HALS
.libvr at Wbuk'snlo rr fl-lsll, at the (Iravs.
vilM Kimillttre Vanlsfjr; Caluoaa onanty, UeiiKia,
a largo assnnuii-nt of Furniture, mnuo uf ibe
bosi inuteibila, and got up in ihe laKat etylua aal
0oi.h, aqual tn-any inaitufaptured in any part if
tbe United Btntui, and be J ill tail a, low an tbe
aame artiHe enn be pun-based in any other nter.
kot, Nurtb. or.oatb. l'artioa wisbiug lo par
cbase a good article of Swutbera Made Fuitiiiure,
are Invited to call at Ilia Factory and -exnuiine
our al.wk. . Tbey can be aopplb'd wilb any arti
ol named below, lower tbaa tliey caa lay Ibtia
down from any other placo .1 , v..-. 11
TH the trade we would aay we are proparvd to
furnish yow with ibe following artiolve of "C'u.-toui-inssl."
or "knotk-dtfwu". Vuraitura on aa
fnvuniblc terms ns yon ran lay them dona from
tbo North or Weat. Uirenaarallt , , -. . t
Cottaga Jtedateada , from $2.iu to ifl.tld .-h
Tratnllv do'. - l..o l. a.otl ,t
CnnlloCrina . i ' " . J,(I0 to ,uu ,iB
Cottage (.'hairs a supo-- ...
rior artlcls . 1 " . 10,1(1 m 12.00 dot.
Safes - -'. " t.llH to 10, HO rn h
lln-nkfasl TaMn . " 1.7 to S..0 do
Pining A fall leaf Tables " 1,711 to ..'. do
rx'en.lon ,Tahln V j Lis p,-r f-ot
W'anlrouCT hi Poplar' - S nato la, no on. h
do. In Mahogany " Sn.00 to ,0,00 do
do ' in Itosewomt ' 30,00 to &v,00 Uo
Walnut Pressing S.00 to .10.00 do
ntireans-rlosrwooddti 'S- 26,OUto40,IO do
Wnshstamls MnrMi Top ". 10,00 to 1A.C.0 do
do . - M'alnnt " - 20.00 to 40 on do
An 1-hiln ' 1,00 to 2,40 do
Froni-li Tiedsteaibt-in Ma
hogany , ' 14,00 lo 18,00 do
High post lioilstcnds in '
Mulmfniiy " .10,00 to 75,00 do
High post l!idstarii In -
Walnut r, . ," 20,00 lo 7S.00 do
any and Wnltnit " 0,00 lo 1 5,00 do
Easy Chairs Mahogany
'and Walnut " 10,00 lo 20,00 do
Parlor Chairs Mnhnga-'
ay and Walnut . X0,00 to 50,00 do
Sofas Mnhogany and -
Wnlnnt H,00 to 25,00 do
and Wnlnnt " 80,00 to 40,00 pair
Ottomans' " 8.00 to Kl.tiO do
1rfnngoa 7,00 to 12,011 caeh
Imitation Oak or ' - .
' Walnut 10,00 to 25,00 do
Fine Dosks-Onk and Wnl- -
nut 15,00 lo 40,00 do'
Sinnll Berrctaries With
Table ' 10,00 to 12,00 do
Rook Coses Walnut or ' .
Mahogany " 20,00 lo 4V00 do
LndiesWork Hlaiuls 3,00 lo 10,00 do
Ladisa Pressing TuUea -, -
with glosses - S.50lo (1.00 do
Tho otiove articles all got np in Ihe diflcreut
style,. Muttrcssca of nil kinds made to order,
F. AV. FLYNN, -
' Jons D. Gray, Proprietor; Ornysrlllo, do.
Ornvsrilloison tho Western and Allanlie It. It.,
lfl milca from Chattanooga, and 13 miles from
Oit. 6, l(ili0-(!m-628 ' '..-'-.
B g I
- s 1 o
s m g
6o w -
GOLD MEDAL PIANOS.
THE UXDERSIGXEU M'OULD UE6PECT
fully infurm the imblic tbut ho hns become
tho sole A sent for the lower part of Lust Tennes
see, of Win. Knaho 4 L'o's rclchrn'od and nnur
.a.4cd HOLD MEDAL PIANOS, nnd that he
is prepared to. supply t hum at eburt liotuc, nt
innnufacturer's prices. : .
. In respect to power aud sweetness of tone, cn.y
and arot-aUo touch, beauty of Umb, dunil ility
and their peculiar adaptoduuss to tho ISioithcrn
climnto, they hnve been pronounced tmrUnlltd by
such Judges as Thalborg, Hintkuech, Sattcr,Viciia
tcnips, do. -
All instruments of this firm aro frnnranhd fur
fire yoara. For Circulars nnd further informa
tion apply to GUST. 11. KXAUK, .
Clevelaud, Tennessee, -'
f?ept 29, 1860ra C2T
" $2GCdd DEPOSIT EDI"
KOIl TUB AftmriOSAL SEVL'ltlTY OF
" - In the State of Tennessee. '
THE PHCENIX IHTSURANCE CO.,
Of JartftirH, Coun.,
Has complied with the New Insurance Act, and
deposited with tbe Comptroller of State the sum of
As a llvnermd Uupital, or Litcttt FhhH, fur the ex
elusive bcuclltof, nnd a guarantee to the patron
of tho "OLD riKEMX," in Tennessee.
At9 of the Company
OVER HALT A MIIII0N DOLLAKS.
Policies issued aud Losses paid at this Agoncy,
by - J. H. PATTON, Am.
Sweetwater, Tenn., Out. 12, 18WI-5m-()2(l
Chancery Court at Kingston.
M.UUII Rl'lKS, 1801.
Jamos J. Hvll,
Joseph MeIowell nnd olhors.
IT APPRAHINU TO TIIK SATISFACTION
of tbo Master, from.tbo.ulluationa of tho bill
tiled in this cause, thut John L. Uny and wile
Annie r., rospoudouis to tho aame, are non-rosi-deuts
of tho Plato of Tennessee, It is therefore or
dered that imhlieation bo mndo for font successive
woeks m. tho Athens Pust, roqiiiring Xuid nou
rosidunt respondents to appear at tbe next term
of Ihe Chancery Court, lo be held at tho Court
bunse in Kingston, for the county of Knnnn, on
tho first Thursdiiy alter the 3d Monday of April
uext, then and there lo plead, answer or demur to
suid bill, or the aiuno will bo taken aa oool'osMid
against thou and set for hen ring e.r rr.
THOMAS N. CI.AKK, C. 4M.
March 13, 1101 It prs fee 3 oil
' Wiley Q, Robinaon and John DeAroiomt,
t- James II. Johnson and others.' ' '' "
IT APPKAIlINlJ TO THK SATISKACTIOX
of the Muster, from the allegations of Ibu hill
tiled In this causo, that Samuel Hall, oho of the
defendants to tho samo, It a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, it la therefore ordered that
publication be oiade for four .neeessive weeks in
Ibe Athon, Post, ronuiring aal.l non-reahlonl do.
fendoot to appear at tbo post term of tbe Chance
ry Court, to be held at tbe Court-houso ia Kings
ton, for the eounty of Roane, on tho first Thurs
day after Ihe third Monday of April next, then
and thoro to plead, answer or demur to said hill,
or tbo sum. will lie taken aa eonfoaiod against
him and aet for hearing iviMtrr.
THOMAS N. CLARK. C. M.
March IS, ISfil It pra fee $3851
LAND FOR SALE... j
Hansford 11. Johnson, Mary A. Johnson, William
M. Johnson, and Elisubott Ana Johnson,
Francis M. Juhnaon, Amanda N. Johnson, Elmlni
. Johuaoa, Jonathan A. Johnaon,. MaasHeld
Johnson and Baseoni Johaaon. .
BY Vl&TUK Of A UUCHUB RKNDEUED
ia thta causa, at th. January term of the
Oireuit Court of Polk comity. TonaH I will, on
Saturday, the 37th day of April, last, expos, te
publia sale, tu lb highest bidder, at tbo Coart
housadoor iu Uoiitoor, T.Ain tha fallowing ds
sorlbed TRACT OF l.ANl).lo win Binhly wros,
being the nouili.oaat bulf of tbs south-east, uuar
ter nf aoelion twenty-. ight, asvoud fraalronal
township, max in, Kasl ef ibe basis line, Oeore
distrioi, Pidk oouatyTeaueiiaH. Tha tanas of
sal. will be on lw.lv aioutk. tiin., purekawr giv
ing fl jto aud goaii i security, (at , tbs purchase
ouiuoy, and a Uea retained on.s.ij land unlil all
ll paid. w " ,',' p. P. Kltliy, ChrK
JjMtl) t5, IMvvi-4-pr fee M 041
?V '- '
; - HOSTETTEIl'O
Tli firopriclors and montifaelnrcrsaf Hf)S
STTKII 8 CKt-KUHATLU STOMACH HIT-
TlillS can appeal villi ptifeet eonrljewca is
lirsieiansniid alliens generally of the unllM
y Bluics, bccnuic the article lins aiiolnol arepii-
inuon ucraioioro lillKHOwn. St ice incia apvai
this point will tpenk mora powerfully tbaa
volumes of liaro saaeriion or lib, inning puffery.
Tbe eonauniption of lloaioilsr's fitonawh Hlt
ters for Ike last year aniOMiiteil lo over half,
mlllioa hot i lea, anil from Its manifest steady
I incronse in times past, il is eriilsnt that during
in. cuming jenr 1110 vontnnin ion win wvnvn
near on million bottles. This immense amount
eouM nerer linre been told but for the trars
medicinal properties contain! In Ih prepara
tion, and th sanction of (he most prominent
phyaiciniis In those sections of the country
whore the article in beat known, who not only
recummend Iho lllllcrs la their pnlicnls, but
arc ready nl nil limes toglrslcmimoiilals Is lis
ellicney in nil eases of stomachic ilcnnigonienls
and the discos oa resulting ihercfroui.
This is not a temporary popularity, olrtaintil
by extraordinary elforta In ihe way of tnrm
poling ihs ni'iliiies of llto Iliiiera, but a aolid
esilnmiion of an iiiraliiabl mi dicine, wkiek is
dcstineil lo be aa enduring as lime Itself.
llnaietlor's fiiomnch lliners hare prored
a Goilarnd lo regions where forer ami ague
and rnrious other billons eomplnlnlS hars
counted (heir riclims hy linmlrcils. Ts bs
able lo slnlo confidently that lbs MDillcrs"
are a certain cure Tor (he Djspepsla and liks
discuses, is lo Ihs proprietors a sourc of nn
alloyed pleasure. It rcniores all morbid mailer
from Ihe stomach, purines Ihs blood, end
imparls renewed vitality to the Hereon syalcm,
giving it t lint, tono nnd energy indispensable
lor the restoration of health. It operates upon
the stomach, liter, and other digcaiire organs,
mildly hut powerfully, and aoon restores lliein
loncoudition caaoniinl lo the healthy dischargs
of the functions of nature. i
Khlcrly persona mny lino I lie Hitlers dalle nn
cr illrceiions en Ihe hntile, and they will find
it il ri hi iiiitilimt ncctilinrlr ndnmed la eumfnrt
ueciining years, as it la plcoitaul lo Ihe palate,
iiivignriiting lot be bowels, excellent ns atonic,
and rejuvenating generally. We ImTC the evi
dence of thousands of ngcil men nnd women
who hnve experienced the lienelil of using this
preparation whils euUering from .loinneh de
mugcnii'tilii nnd gnncrnl dvbilily i acling under
Iho advice of phyaiciniis, they have nlmlnloned
all delclorinuK drugs ami liiirly tented the
merits of this nrliclo. A few wonls to lbs
gentler acx. There nro certain periods when
I heir ern es are so hnraasing thai many of then. ,
sink tinder tbo trial. The relation of mother
and child Is so nlisorhiugly lender, thnt Iho
mother, especially if alio he young, is apt lo
forget her own health in her cxtrcmo anxiety
forlior infant. Should Ihe period of maternity
nrriro during Die summer season, the wear of
body nnd mind is generally nggrnvnlcd. Here,
then, is a necessity for n siiiuiilniit lo recupe
rnlolbe energies of lbs system, nnd enable Ihs
mother lo hear up under her exhausting niala
nnd responsibilities. Nursing mm hers gene
rally prefer Iho Hitlers to nil other invigorn
lors that receive tho eiidoincinenl of physi
cians, because it is iigrcenlila to ll.c Insto ns
well ns certain lo givo a pci-muiicnl iucrcass
of bodily slrcugth.
All those persuiis, to whom wc have particu
larly referred nhovc, lo wit : suHerers from
fever and ague, caused hy miliaria, diarrha'a,
dysentery, indigestion, loss or nppetile, and
all diseases or derangements of Ihe stomach,
superannuated invalids, persons of scdentnry
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult
their own physical welfare by giving to Hos
teller's Celebrated SWmacli Hitters n trial.
CAUTION. Wo caution the public against
using nny of Iho many imitations or counter
feits, but nsk for IluSTKTTKn'S Cr.LKDRATKn
Stomach Hii-mis, nnd nee I lint each bottle has
llio words "Dr. J. Hosteller' a Stomach Hitlers"
blown on Iho side of the bottle, and stamped
on the metallic cap covering lbs cork, and
olmervelbat our autograph signature isonths
Prepared and aold by HOBTETTXB ft
BMITH, Pittsburnh, Fa., and sold by all
drugRiata, grocers, and dealers Benerallv
throughout the Unltod States, South Ame
rica, aud Oormnuy.
Rrovn. A Mi: An. No. Ill Charlrea street. New
Oilcans, tieucrnl Wholesale Agents for the South
ern States, lo whom all orders must be addressed.
Hold hy K.T. .MAMTnALL. Athrnst J. II.Maoiii.,
Mouse Creek: l'.i v.vnl l.s i ilu.tALnaox. Itanlon.
1 .Inn 4, 1SB0Ivr,41
An experienced Nurse nnd Female Physician, pre
sents tn tho attontinn of mothers, ber
For Children Teething;,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething,
hy softening the gums, reducing all iliBamation
will allay ALL PAIN aud spasmodic action, and is
Sure to Regulate the Bowels,
. Depend npon it, mother,, it will give rest to
yourselves, sud ..... .
Relief and Health te-Yonr Infant
Wo have put up and aold this article for over
ten years, and con tig, in confidence and tmk of
it, what wo bar never been able to say of any
other uicdiduc A'crtr Une it fuihd, is a eiugft
iitehtnce, Iu rjffd a chit, when limuly nsed. Kov
or Ui.l wo know nn Instance of dissatisfaction by
nny one who used it. On tbe contrary, all ar
delighted with its operations, and speak in terms
of highest commendation of ils magi.al .(Tacts
and medical virtues. Wo speak ia this matter
"kA'H ice ofo 1-noic," after ten years experieace,
mi ylrtltje our rrpittttliuti for Ihe fljilmet o)
tutui ice here dtelim. In almost every iuttanee
wbero the infant Is suffering from pain and ex
haustnllnn, relief will bo found in fifteen or twen
ty minutes alter tho syrup is administered.
This valuable preparation Is the prescription of
one of tho must esiiet ienecd and tl ilul sarMS in
New England, and has been used with vcnr fuil
itty totes ia
Thousands of Cases.
It not only relieves lbs child front pain, but
inyigorutea tbe stomach and bowels, corrects
acidity, nnd gives tono and energy to tho whole
system. It will almost Instaiiily relieve
Griping in tho Bowels and Wind Colio
and overcoroo eouvulsiona, which, if not speedily
remedied, eud in death. We believe it tbe tcti
oitd surest ivsirry in tA. nwn', in all cues of
DycHtcry and IHttrrlltre in Children, whether it
arrises from teething, or from any other cause.
Wo wnuld suy to ovory mother who has a child
suffering from any uf Ihe foregoing complaints
lhi nut kt your .rcuri'cM, nor the prtjvdivse of
other; Hatid between your suffering child, and
tbe relief that will be cure yes, aosoe.y .si
lo follow the uso uf this medicine, if timely need.
Pull direct tons fur nsing will accompany each
bottle. None genuine unless Ibe fae.simile ef
CURTIS A PCUK1XS, Kew Turk, is on tbs
Sold hpr Druggists throughout Iho world.
J'rlueijtal Uftii c, Ko. 1:1 Cedar St. AVer l'ori.
. . Price ouly 'lb Cents per Buttle,
Aug. S, lNnfl-y-l(l
1HOP 09 1800, JU8T. RECEIVED AKD
for sale by UKOlt. W. UOSS.
' State of Tennessee. -
CIRCUIT COURT AT ATHENS.
" Gilbert fJontry, .
- . :n, - 1 UlUj
Martha Ann Ocntrv. )
Tl APPEARINU TO THE 8
It APPEA11IXO TO TUB SATISFACTION
ef tbe Clerk, from tbe allegations tn complain,
aut'a bill, that Ihe residence of tbe defendant,
Martha Ana (lonirr. is unknown, and that ska
cannot bo eerv.il with personal process from Ibis
Court, II is therefore oidcrcd tbal publlcatioa he
made for four surccssivo weeks in the Athena Pest,
a nowapapcr published lu the towo of Atocaa, ne
lilyiug the said Martha Ann Oealry to appear at
car mo CirouU Court, to be bald at the Court,
bonto in Atbeaa, un the teroud Moaday ia April
ncx t, pload, answer or demur t eomplainaat's
bill, or the same will be taken aa oofesss4 said
this cauas set dowa for kraring r sani.
. .... . . JOUN V. SLOVER, dtrh.
' Tdmch 1 J, 1801 tt n ( 18661 - ,