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State of Tennessee, McMinn County.
tfrlal Johnston, Ex'r of William Moor, deo'd,
William Moor, Hugh Monnt and o.hers.
Petition to Sell Sin v.
ST APPEARING FROM THE COMPLAIN
an I' I bill 6 led in thi. cause that Josoph Moor,
imilton Moon, Gecrge Moor, James Moor,
Alexander Moon, John II. Moon, John Barker
' nd wife Jan Barker, and Martin Sweeney and
wife Mar; Sweeney, an non-resident, of the
Stat of Tennessee, it Is ordered tbat publication
b mad in the Athens Post, a newspaper publish
ed in th town of Athens, Tennoa.ee, tor four
weeks, requiring said non-rcaident. to be and ap
pear at tb October term of th County Court of
MoMinn eounty, to be held in the town of Athens,
on th first Monday of said month, then and there
to plead, answer or domtir to th complainant's
petition, or th same will be taken as confessed
and set f: bearing ax parte as to them.
WM. GKOUUE, Clerk.
Aug 8, lS624tpr. foe $5-724
I OFFER FOR SALE, I. THE TOWN OK
Sweetwater, one of th BEST BUSINESS
HOUSES in East Tennesson, three stories high)
connected with it a splendid Warehouse of same
dimensions. Also, a very comrortable Dwelling,
two stories high, 28 by 43 feet, with good build
ings connected, such as Negro-house. Smoke
house, Dairy, Ac, Ao. Also, a Lot, with a good
Stable, Crib, Ac. Also, four vacant Lots, which
are destined to be very valuable. Also, a good
Businoss Houso, eight miles Norlk-wost of Swoet
water, In a good country for Join business
Also, EIGHTY ACRES OF LAND In McMinn
county, adjoining the Lands formerlv owned by
James M. Browder. I have a No. 1 STALLION
"d JACK which can be bought at a fair price
1 17 ""P" Cl,n h bought upon time or be
,.... ,u, , uauKaoio enrrenoy. My bonlth not
admitting of a continuation of my b-jsiness is the
only reason the property can he bought. Persons
una; particulars can address ino by lotlor or
otherwise. WM, n. TAYLOR.
. Hwcotwater, Tenn.. .Tnne 6. 18m-2m-7l
tor JlalM snrl Fenmlps.
THE SECOND SESSION OP THfS INSTI
tution will onen on Monday, the 71, .!...,.-
1861, under the instruction of Mr. J. P. Of ohlsi j
Terms, per tuition of 21 weeks, ono half In ad-
vaace ana tne otner nan at too close of the see
fion, per scholar, $5,00.
The entire English course will be taiifhK
Boarding, in good families, convenient to the
BouoMiwasning ana ugnts extrajper week $1,50.
No student admitted for less than Lalf session.
No deduction, only in case of protracted sickness
This Academy is situuted in the Sweetwater
aney, on iuo om stage road, and in sight of the
E. Tenn. A Ga. Rail Road, 2J miles South-west
of Sweetwater Depot.
wJnBj;0wde,r' H- M. Simpson,
W.D.Browder, J.W. Goddard
J. W. Orr, A. G. Small,
L. J. Glaze, W. M. Holskell,
II. B. YEAR WOOD, Sec'y and Treae.
Deo 14, 1860 638
EXTENSIVE SMOKE HOUSE.
WITH (JHEA T FACILITIES Full '
Curing Bacon, for Early Trade.
rTIIIE UNDERSIGNED HAS PROVIDED
JL himself with a LA HUE JililCK ami FIRE
PROOF SMOKE HOUSE, upon his own premi
ses, in the rear of his Store situated on South side
of Broad street, where he is prepared to receive
large quantities of POHK IX SALT, which can
b converted into BACON with great fucility
and ottered to the trado from USE TO T II O
MONTHS EAHLIEH than is done by shippers
from Tennessee and other points, and, us a conse
quence, great ad vautagos are experienced by the
shippers, growing out of mall touee ,,, ueiht, as
compared with those incident to shipment during
Vi,7",?rin5.',U,11 Buminer months) and also the
VCCA SALES which are made, thus tukiug oH
the joints at an early day, before the dccelopment
oj (unit from want of thorough tailing f and also
obviating the groatestof all difficulties with joints
the attuck of fuel.
The undersigned has Lad several seasons ex
perience in the abovo process of Curiug Bacon,
and can confidently affirm that the advantages to
neaerivou ny SMOKINO IX THIS MAHKET
are equal to ON IS TO THREE CENTS PER
jPOCADinthe price of the Meat itself; and is
done in a stvlo ureatlv imtnW in n.,ih:....
if tent here from other point), therebu remlcrii.a ii
more attractive to the buyer and inondio to the
CHAROES FOR SMOKINO and SELLIXO
MODERATE, Anjjr communication on this
uDjeci, or toucning tne SALE OF BACON,
FLOUR, or Produce gcnorally, will be promptly
art A naxnn .. 1 1 . . 1 I i
J. A. ANSLEY,
General Commission and Produce Merchant,
No. 300 Broad street, A IO USTA, OA.
Refere.vcks: Either Bank in Augusta, Ob.; W.
B. Shapard A Co., H. T. Ycntmn'n, Nusbrille,
Tonn.; W. A. Richardson, Louisville, Ky.j Ycat
man, Robertson A Co., St. Louir, Mo.
Jan 3, 1862 lm 6113
I "llli U1V13 THE HIGHEST MARKET
J price, oithor in Cash or Goods, for ull tho good
tug. A. V. itUiJliSlN,
Jan 1, 1S02
State of Tennessee, Monroe County.
John Smith A Co.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO ME
from coinpluinauts bill which is sworn to,
that John Smith A Co. the defendants, bnvo loft
the State of Tennessoe, and their cflocts being at
tached, it is therefore ordered that publication be
- successive woeka in the Athens
Post, published in Athous, Tennossoo, requiring
them to appear before me nt, mv h.n in n, i.i
oivil district Monroe county, on tho 20th day of
July, 1862, and make defence to eompluiuunts
v.a.u. hi. same wm no taken for confessed and
ev jor ucanng ex parte. L. JOHNSON,
. . . J- P. for Monroe county.
Tab. 1, 1862Jt-pr foe $3-698
FiNE FRUIT TREES!
riuiH bUJisCRIBER STILL CONTINUES
X the Nurtory business, at his old place, and
now offers for sale a tine seleotion of YOUNG
FRUif TREES, which he will deliver at th
Mouse Creok Depot, at 12,o for Apple and 25o
or Sweet Cherry. New is the tim to put out
i j 8 vzuar"" "ia rey:nisn your old oxs.
Facility, KiKSiu ixaty.Tti,
STEAM SAW MILL FOR SALE.
TthIR0US OF CHANGING MY BL'81
LwST"ni Slill, sifualed-on the
within two hundred yaids of the Depot. Plenty
ili.m.j ii I ..w-.ij-. iiu aiso sen
w"e e'odTM.,,le.i Tfok of Oxen, and two
Wagons. This . raM chan0 tb R .,
Koad consume. aUthe Lumber tb. Mill can saw.
Ricviit x, , WII'AM PRATHER.
Kioeville, May 13, 1862 6t-719
. .uu umoer lu tne vlcinitv.
I will also
A ?0T 9F FRESH NEW CROP
.v jun r. ua lot sal at
price, B K
Nov 8 1861 "
County Court, Roane County, Tenn.
Esekiel 8. Bailey and others,
M. S. Bailoy and others.
I- , t't'i'on to Sell Slavee.
Hot. Pi?.tRUI!. FR0M TU ALLEGA
8. riff'? fl!4d in thi e"9' .
lb. same, 1 "'S1, M defendant, to
rwuirinK said non-res'd.ut Zt ,U,0'"1'' weeks,
befor. tb. Ju.ti.rof ou'r dcSDd.an,lrt0,,PPe"
Court to b. h.ld fo, th. .ountv 0nfVOUrt' "
Conrt-hous. in Kina-ston - l " th
BepUmber n.xt, th.n and th. of
ord.mur to said petition ol it pld' """"
W MAKING AND HMTl nil
will d. A. work f .' 0B 4 horse,
. 8UGA, MHiLS udETTLES """'
. Mi,i8"J,"1fR1IA JtttWBB.".:
BANK OF ATHENS,
Will Bay all kinda of Unourrent Bank
Notes, and Gold and Silver.
Also, attend to the collection of debts.
OEOR. W. ROSS, LtuAier.
Sept 1.1, 1861-lf-877
COURTNEY, TENNENT & CO.,
Dinner importer, or
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, &c,
No. 35 llayn Street,
Charle.lon, 8. C.
WILLIAM C. COURTNEY. 01I..F.NT I. TE.IHItNT.
1. WARINO A X SO. clA.I'KH. W. LILLAItD.
June 20, 1860-tf-CH
T. W. FLEMING,
Nov 8, 1SC1 lv 685
EOBERT I. CRAWLEY,
In Franklin Building, Alabama Street,
Bells liny. Corn, Bacon, Flour, Lard, Ac.
3Z8 Remit promptly as directed.
Oct. , lSISl-tf 880
"Mr. Crawley Is a very clover gentleman and
worthy of patronage" Allanlu Intcllitencer.
flSO. W. BRICOKS. j. g. MATTHEWS.
BRIDGES & MATTHEWS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Oflco South-west side of the Public Square.
Oct.lier 25, 1861 tf 683
A. S. JARNAGIN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' Uinrassee t'epser Minesi
' ? Pott County, Ten.
Office near Masonic building.
Jmn 17, 18Ag-tf-fiOU ,
W. L. EAIia w. M, BXOWH,
EAKIN & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
lTILI.prctlcf lo the Circuit and Cliancery Courts
of the oounllesof Ulount,Itone, Monroe, McMinn,
and Pelk.and In the Federal and Supreme Courts at
Knoxvllle, Tenn. March 80, 1S00-601
WM. H. BRIANT,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in
"ITTILL TRACTICE IS THE CIRCUIT AND
v r Chancerv Court nf MoAfinn Pi.it. Ti-...i
ley, Meigs, Monro and Roane counties. And
attend promptly to the colloclinir ond ;,... n.
iaii uuirusivu to uis caro lu uet Xen'
Sept 2S, I860 tf 62r
JARNAGIN & CAIDWEII,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1 SAM'L A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jan 18, IStil tf 643
DR. W. W. BAYIESS.
OF MORQANTON, TENN., TENDERS HIS
professional services to such of the fumilics
of volunteers as may desire them, free of charge
DR. J. C. GRANT,
HAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED,
offers his services to the citizens of Atuenb
and viciuity. He will perform any operation por
tuiuing to bis profession, from the simplest to an
entire set of Tooth. He promises satisfaction.
j&o- leeth extracted by tho application of
OIHco formerly occupied by A. Culdwell, Esa.
Feb 8, l'861-ly-046
1 DR. jTlTaTLEeT"
PHY8ICIAW AND OUBQ-EON,
"ITTILLGIVE1IIS ENTIRE ATTENTION
T r to tne practice of Medicine.
Oflico ono door South of C. F. Gibsou's store.
DR. J. B. TAYLOR
RESPECTFULLY tenders his Professional Services
to the puWIo. Office West side of Pabllo Square.
DR. C. A. JORDAN,
Teeth Extracted by lUo Application
Office at his residence, near Athnr,. Fr,,i
loK- April 26, 1861-tf-657
If You Want a Good Press !
If You Want a Cheap Press !
If You Want a Durable Press !
PURCHASE THE -
SOUTHERN HAY PRESS!
I. C. SHEPARD & SON,
At their Southern Hay Press Manufactory,
Doo 6, 1861 2m 6
SOMETHING FOR THE LADIES.
HH. RIDER IIAS JUST RECEIVED
at hi. Furniture Boom, a lot of
Fine Parlor Chairs ;
Cane-Bottom Chairs :
Fine Sofas ;
u, u i , . Parlor Tables;
which h offers for sale cheap. Call in and see
them. Athens, Deo 1, 1860 tf 637
ROCKFORD MANUFACTURING CO.,
44 Sheetings, Cotton Yarns, Batting,
Grain and Flour Sacks.
ROCKIOHD, ni,OCST Co.) E. TBPW.
Orders solicited, and promptly filled,
Oct. 12, 186u-tf-2'.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PUR
X ju4nAUion. LIVER X.STJ.DIE, is
prupatM to uuconimoduta all who may cull with
Horse. BuKjrios. Hacks. Ao.. aud rnanBntrnllv
solicits I liberal share of cuttoni. lie i. prepared
to foed ill stuek that may come, and his Stable,
will be well and carofullv attended to. Ch Artnil
uiuuerHLO. ill. 11. HOW AK1J.
Athens, April 13, 1860-803
HTTTTON & FBELIGH'S
'A'oruin Alvray. lu Advance.
One oopy, per year (3,00
Two copies, to one address or post office, 6,00
Six copies, ii,eo
Eleven eopie. " 25,00
Twcnty-onc copies, " " 44,00
Fifty-copies, " 105,00
On hundred oopios, 200,00
Onward and Upward.
With tbe December number w. Inti-Ait,, n
feature we add 16 mors pages, commencing th
"Southern Monthly Novel Library," which will
permit a. to give our reader, a aorta, of New
South..!! Novels, without at all interfering with
the regular matter of the Mairaitno. Now friend.
of Southern Literature, glveu. yourald send on
your club, by or before tbe 1st of January.
St? In ordering, be particular to writ name,
of subscribers, Post Offio and State, distinot and
HUTTON A FRELIGn,
Dee IS, 1861 . Memphis, Tenn.
Cholera, Dysentery and Diarrheas
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR ALL BOW.
JX. Ed AFFECTIONS Cholera, Dysentery,
Dlarrha. Choleromorbu., Flatulent Cholie, In
aammaUon of tb Bowel., Weakness of Stomach
nd Bowels, Indlgeatlon ot Dyspepsia, 4e., Ao.
'". " for Ml, b, v, 9.V. ROSS.
rrilllg KIME MORGAN STALLION WAS
J. seleoted and purchased, In the Kail ef 1800,
In New Hampshire, by the undersigned, after a
careful personal examination of some four or Ave
hundred Hook Horses, fur his pure Morgan blood,
and as possessing Id a vory remarkable degree all
Ih requisite points of an A No. 1 Stock Horse.
Morgan Prince was ten years old last season, Is
a beautiful dark bay, with black legs, mano and
tail) and without whites weighs, when in good
flesh, 1260 to 1300 pounds. Has beed broken to
harness, and has unsurpassed beauty of style and
action, groat muscular power, excellent disposi
tlon, and for smoothness of gait, bottom and
speed, as a trotter, Is not excelled by any. Hotlr
remarkably sure, and a marked peculiarly of this
Horse's stock is a vory striking resemblance, to
himself, both In color and form, as we saw ex
empliBed In aom forty specimens of his get ex
amined by us.
Morgan Princ was strod by Kent's Granite
8tate Morgnni grand sir Royal Morgan (now
living, aired 40 Yearn: v. if. .Ira sUrm.n m
K- f; g. air Justin Morgan. His dam by Canaris
ivcuju morgan, oy notion Tiger or lioslva
.uorgan, oy vock oi tnu Jlock, by t-her man Mor
gan, by Justin Morgnn.
Morgan Prince received the first premium in
the year 1866, In bis class of Sherman Morgan
stallions, at Grafton County Fair, held at Haver
hill, N. II. Also, first premium, In same class, at
Connecticut Rivrf Valley Fair, held at Bradford
V-. . id:, t . . I r ..... '
tviiuuuv, idi, ii mo morgan stncK or Horses
and thla is one of them, auro that Is now
priied beyond all others, and have earned a high,
er charactor for docility, endurance, stylo, action
nuu speeu as iroinrs tnnn
horses in our country.
ny other stock of
The attention of all lovers of good stock is InHThe last i
vitcd to this Horso, now making bis second sea- r'reek M
son in Tennessee. He will serve a limited num- '
her of .Mares the present season, at the stable of
Eli Dixon, Hvo miles East of Athens, at $ 18, In
surance, due whin tho Mnre is ascertained to be
In fonl or parted with) $13 the season, payable
at close of season; and $10 the tingle service,
payablo at tlnio of sorvlce. Marcs from a dis
tance will be fed at a reasonable price. All ear
inaon vo prevent escapoa ana accidents, Init as
liability for any. M. A. IIKLM.T
Athens, Tenn., March 14, 1862 tcs 703
TTTILL STAND THE PRESENT SEASON
I! at my stable, four miles South of Athens,
commencing 16th of March and ending .'6tli
June, and will be lot to a limited number f Mum.
at $10 the insurance.
CATLIN was six years old 6th of .Tnlv Irul:
color black; was sired by Young I'utliu (bred by
Brutus Clay, of Bourbon county, Ky.,) and he by
Imported Catlin. t'atlin's dam was also bred in
Kentucky, and is an unusunllv lino and laiiro
animal. M. A. HELM.
McMinn oo., Tenn. ,
March t, 1862 3m 702
Chancery Court at Athens.
Samuel P. Henderson,
Robert It. McCroskey, Liiftiyetto McCroekoy and
TMrfncimrnr Bill and Amended Hill.'
T APPEARING TO THE CLERIC A MAS
tor, from tho bill in this cause, that li.II. Mc
Croskey and Lafayette McCroskov oro notcitimna
of the Slate of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered
that publication be made in the Athens Post, a
newspoper published in Athens, Tennessee, re
quiring (ho suid rcapoffilonlg to appear at the
next term of the Cliancery Court, to bo held for
the County of McMitiu, at the Court-houso in
Athens, on the 3d Mondav of Aucuat next, ihnn
and thero to plead, answer or demur to said bill,
or tho same will be taken for confessed as to them
and set for hearing ex parte. S
J-NU. I,. ilKIDGES, C.&M.
March 14, 1862 4t prs fee $3703
Chancery Court at Decatur, Tennessee.
Andrew Campbell, Adm'r, Ac,
The Widow, Heirs and Creditors of W. B. Rus
THE ACCOUNT ORDERED IN THIS
cause will bo taken nt the Mastor's office, in
Decatur, Meigs county, Tennessee, on Thursday,
tho 21th duy of April, 1802, when and where the
parties may attend with their proof.
F. McCORKLE, ft t- if..
Per Josei u McConKLK, B.C. u.
April i, 1862 3t prs fee S3 700
Alexander Rice ct at: )
t'. Attachment Rill.
.Tames A. UoWsor et alu. J
riMlK ACCOUNT . OUUEUEU-. IK -VUIS
X cause will be tuken at the Master's office, in
Decatur, Meig. county, Tennessee, on Saturday,
tho 12th day ol April, 1862, when and where tho
parties may attend with their proof.
F. McCORKLE, C. & M.,
Per Josei-u McCohki.e, d. e. II
April 4, 1862 td prs foe S3 706
P. M. Miller, Adm'r, 4o.,
'r, Ac, )
mta et ate. )
Tims. P. Tillery and wi
rilllE ACCOUNT HERETOFORE ORDER.
I cd in this cause will bo taken at the Master'.
office, in Decatur, Meigs county, Tennessee, on
Friduy, the 18th day of April, 1862, when and
whore tho parties may iittoud with their proof.
r. McCORKLE, V. & M.,
Per JosEi'H M cCork lb, D. c. H.
April 4, 1862 td prs fee S3 706
James A. Darwin, Adm'r, Ac.,
The Widow, Heirs and Creditor, of John T. Blov-
ins, dec d.
THE ACCOUNT HERETOFORE ORDER
ed in this cause will be taken at the Master.
office, in Decatur, Mcic. countv. Tennessee, on
Tuesday, the 22d day of April, 1862, whon and
n-ueru mv parlies may atiena wim tneir proof.
. aiclMJKKLJS, V. J.,
Per Joseph MoCorklk, d. c. k u.
April i, lS62-3t-prs fee S3-706
THE LAST NOTICE.
THOSE INDEBTED TO ME BV NOTE OR
account, will save Cost by calling and paying
uii, as I expect to leave here for e-ood as soon an
possible. M. M. LOWRY.
Athens, Jan 10, 1862 C84
WE ARE NOW PUTTING UP A NEW
Smut Machine a Rock RnU.nr ,
Mills, on Middle Creek, McMinn eounty, and cus
tomers are assured that their Wheat will be thor
oughly cleaned, and they be fnrniahod with Just
as good an article of Flour as tho grain will make.
ii. BR1ENT A CO.
March 7, 1862 tf 702
POSITIVELY THE LAST GALL.
PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE
concern of ROBESON, RICE t CO.. can
settle with their agent, M. D; AutrewioTr, ntAr-erW
noueson s Btore, without further cost, if they call
ninieditttely; if not, theagont will proceed toool
ect just as fast a. be can.
ROBESON, RICE 4 CO.,
Jan 3, 1862 Per A. C. Robe.om,
State of Tennessee, Eoane County.
John C Nelson, I
IN THIS CASE IT APPEARS TO ME
from complainant', bill, which la .worn to.
that th. defendant, John C. Nelson, ha. left the;
Stat of Tennessee, or so conceal, himself tbat
tbe ordinary prooos. of law cannot be served on
him, and hi. effect, being attached, it 1. therefore
ordered that publication be made In the Athen.
Post, published in Athen., Tennessee, for four
weeks, requiring the defendant to appear before
mo, at my house, in the 16th district of Roan
county, on th 15th day of August, 1862, and
make defense to complainant', claim, or tbe .am
will be taken a. confessed and set for bearing ex
parte. WM. ELLIS,
J. P. for Roane county.
May 30, 1862-lt-prs fee $3-711
John P. P.tton.l
ve. V A'frac.menl.
John C. Nelson. J
THIS CASE IT APPEARS TO MR
from complainant's bill, which is wm tn.
that tho defendant, Jobq 0. Nelson, ba left th
Stat of Tennessee, or ao conceal, himself that
th ordinary process of law eannot ba
him, and hi. effect, being attached, it 1. therefore
ordered tbat publication b mad In th Athan.
Post, published in Athens, Tennossee, for four
week., requiring th. defendant to appear before
me, at ay boiue, in th. 18th district of Roan
eonnty, on th 15th day of August, 1862, and
make dfen ta th ooniplainant'.juLim. or k.
.an will b. token a. oonfess.d and .et for hear
iugea parte, WM. ELLIS,
I, P, for Roane countv'
AM, PERSONS HA VINO ACCOCNTS
with the undersigned not sottled, will come
forward and do so. W will take WHEAT In
payment, at tho market price.
ZIMMERMAN St KILO ORE.
July 12, 1861-tr-668 .
Wanted to Purchase,
YCT PINE LOOS. TO UK DELIVERED AT
I J Cleago's Saw Mill, on or before 1st Februa
ry next. Apply at the Store of
CLEAOE A BRETT.
Dee 6. 180141680
I HAVE LEFT MY NOTES AND ACCOUNTS
with W. 0. Horton, to whom payments can be
made until the 1st. day of February, after which
time, if not paid, they will bo placed lu the bauds
of colluding officers, and no mistake.
Jan. 8, 1.62 4t P. L. BRYAN.
RAN A WAY FROM THE SUBSCRIBER,
on the 1st day of February, 1862, six miles
East ef Athens, Tenn., his NEGRO BOY
Tom. He is about 20 years oldi about 6
teet 8 inches high: a bright mulatto; with a scar
on his jaw; weighs about 145 pounds; dressed in
brown jeans sack coat; had when he left black
overcoat: carried ono pair nf pants and a blue
blanket; had on a black oil cloth cap. He Is a
very likely boy; steps and speaks quick. I will
. delivery to mo, at my residence, or for bis safe
ronnneincnt lu any Jail so that I can get hitn
account no was at T. Upton a. on Tar
on roe county, Tennessee
W. L. RICE.
McMinn county, Feb 11, 1862 tf 690
Chancery' Court at Kingston.
Joseph 11. Martin,
Willis C. Pulllam et ale.
T APPEARING EROM THE ALLEQA.
-tlons of tbe bill that Columbus Donaldson, ono
tne defendants to the samo. is a non-resident
ror the Stato of Tcnncf.ee, it is therefore ordered
that publication be made in tbe Athena Post for
four successive weeks, requiring tbe defendant
Coliimbu. Donaldson, to appear at tho next term
of the Chancery Court, to bo held at Court-house
in Kingston, for tho county of Rouno, on the
first Thursday after the 3d Monday of April next,
then and there to plead, answer or demur to suid
bill, or tbe same will b taken as confessed against
him and set for hearing ex parte.
THOMAS N. CLARK, C. it M.
April 4, 1862 It prs foe (3706
Thomas J. Mason,
IT APPEARING FROM TnE ALLEGA
tions of the bill that defendapt Mitchell Rose
is a non-rcsidcut of tho State of Tennessee, it is
therefore ordered that publication bo mado for
four successive weeks in tho Athens Post, requir
ing the defendant, Mitchell Rohc, to appear at the
next term of the Chancery Court, to bo hold at
tho Court-house in Kingston, for tho
Roane, on the first Thursday after the 3d Mondav
of April next, then and there to plead, answer or
demur to said bill, or tho same will be taken a.
jOonfcsscd against him and set for hearing ex parte.
THOMAS N. CLARK, C. it M.
Apru , iooj it prs ice ? j 7uo
Robert D. Duncan,
Thomas J. Tinton.
T APPEARING FROM THE AI.I.EOA.
tion. of the bill that the defendant. Th nmibi .1.
L'ipton. is a non-resident of tbe State of Tnn
soo, it is therefore ordered that publication be
made for four successive wueks in tho Athene
Post, requiring tho defendant, Thomas J. Tipton,
tp appear at tho next term of the Chancery Court,
to be held at the Court-house in Kingston, for the
county of Roane, on tho first Thursday after the
3d Monday of April next, then and there to plead,
answer or demur to said bill, or the same will be
takcu as cucfcsscd against him and sot fur bearing
parte. THOMAS N. CLARK, ft A- M.
,'. April 4, 1862 4t pr. feo $3706
' LAND FOR SUE.
Chancery Court at Decatur, Tenn.
f Levi U. Knight,
I Joseph A. Brown et ale.
1 f IninuctioH Attachment ?, 1
A GHEEABLY TO A DECRETAL ORDER
f j-t " -tun cnuev, nc tne octoncr
toriu, i8i)i, ot suid Court, I will, on tho premises,
on Mondoy, the 16th day of April next, soil to
tho highest biddor, on six mouths time, the fol
lowing TRACTS OF LAND, to wit: The North
east aud South-east quarters of section 31, range
2, township 2, West of tho meridian; and tho
norm nuu oi in. ivotiu-cast quarter of soction
27, range 2, fractional township 2; and the West
half of the North-west quarter of section 20,
East of the meridian, II iwassee District, iu Moigs
aad Roane counties, Tennessco, containing, by
estimation, 480 acres, t satisfy a mortgage in
fuvor of said respondent, Joseph A. Brown. Noto
and good socurity will be required and a lien ro
tuined for the purchase money.
F. MoCORKLE, ft A M.,
Per J. McCotiKi.n, j. o. 4 M.
March II, 1862 5t pr.foo $7,20 703
Chancery Court at Decatur, Tenn.
G. W. McKenzie,
Pleasant Doughty ct ale.
Attachment Injunction llillA
IT APPEARING FROM AN ALLEGATION
of the bill filed iu this cause that respondent.
Margaret Jostor and G. R. Todd are nou-rosidciit
cltiien. of the State of Tennessee, it i. therefore
ordered by the Mastor, at bis rules, that publica
tion be mado for four consocutive weeks In tho
Athens Post, a newspaper nubllshcd in h t,.n
of Athens, McMinn county, Tennossoo, notifying
aid non-resident lospondoiits to appoar at tho
next torm of said Court, to be hold for tho county
of Meigs, at the Court-houso iu Decatur, on tho
4th Monday of April next, then Aud Ilium ,n
plead to complainant', suid bill, or the same will
h lunen pro conjeeeo ana set for bearing ex parte
uiLi.uanLAf u. al JS.t
Per J. McCohkle, d. e. 4 .
March 11, 1862 4t prs fee $3703
State of Tennessee, Boane county.
U. IT. S Xi. A. XOit, J
Mitchell Rose. J
IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFIDAVIT
in this cause tbat the dofendaut ha. removod
out of tbo State of Tennessoe, so that the ordina
ry process of law cannot bo served nn him 1,1.
therefore ordorod that publication be mado for
iour consecutive week. In tho Atbeu. Pust, re
quiring tho suid defendant to appoar at my house,
near Kingston, on the 8th day of October next,
then aud there to auswor, plead or demur to .aid
attachment and proceeding, or the case will be
tried cjjiuriiv J. H. DEVANEY,
i . P, for Roane county'.
'Maroh 21, 1862 t pr. fee $3701
j', Absalom Miller, )
Alexander Smith. I
IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFIDAVIT
in this ease that tbe defendant ba. removed
eut of the Stat of Tennessee, .0 that tbe ordi
nary process of law cannot be served on him, it i.
therefore ordered that publication be maoe for four
successive week, in the Athen. Po.t, requiring
tb. .aid d.fendant to appoar at my house, near
Kingston, on tbe 11th of July next, then and
there to an.w.r, pload or demur to .aid attach
msnt and proceedings or the case will ba tried ex
parte, 3. H. DEVANEY,
J. P. for Roe.no county.
j March 21, 1862 It pr. fee $3 701
Circuit Court, Meigs County, Tenn.
Amos U. Moss and Elizabeth B. Moss,
Jno. C. Mo.., Tbo.. M. Rowden, Sh.drach Row
den and Wm. A. Rowdon.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARS FROM TUB
affidavit of plaintiffs that defendant. John C.
Moss, Thomas M. Rowden and Wm. A. Rowden
an non-residents of th Stat of Tennessee, it I.
therefore ordered tbat publication be made for
four consecutive weeks in the Athen. Po.t, a new.,
paper published in Athen.. Tennessee, notifvlni.
id non-resident defendant, to appear at the next
term or .aid Court, to be held for .aid oounty, at
(he Court-house in Decatur, on the 3d Monday
qf April next, then and there to an.wor .aid nam.
plaint, or the (am will be token a. eonfessed a
it them and proceeded with accordingly.
W. I,. MoKINLEY. Clerk.
V March 31, 1862 It pr. fee $3 701
Learn to do Without the Yankees t
WE HAVE ON HAND A GOOD LOT OF
Spool Thread, and any amount of Brown
Domestic CATS NEIL,
; WaM J, 1862 Fountain HM, Tenn,
Hardware and Farmers' Imnlements.
JUST RECEIVED, THE BEST isSORT
nont that has ever been offered In this place,
of almost .very thing that a Farmer orfMechanio
Willi t . P. II I . I
wants. Call and examine
NOTICE. . i
THE SUBSCRIBER TAKES THI9 MF.TH
od of Informing tbe publlo and all iplerested,
that be ha. bongbt out the Stock of D. A. WIL
KIN9 A CO., and I. now solo proprietor and
owner of the concorn. All debt, due the old con
cern will be paid to him alone and be alono Is
authorised to settle all tbe old business., II will
contlnua to keep a general supply of Difcr Good.,
Groceries, Ac. MAT, M. LOWRY.
July 12, 1861-tf-668
MubIo I Musio 1 Musio !
THE HARP OF COLUMBIA.
THIS IS A WORK OF SACRED MUSIC,
and ha. gained a popularity not surpassed
by any other work. It i. published with the soven
notes, or syllables, Ho, ra, mi. a, eol, la, ei, all
differently sh.jivd, and 1. preferred to any other
system. The demand Ij so great that it i. with
ditnnultv It can b sfuisfiod. The work can be
had at i i cunU, Cash, of
GEOR. W. ROSS,
May 1ft, 1861-659 Athons.Tenn.
Athens Foundry and Machine Works.
THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RESPECT,
fully announce to the cltiien. of Athen. and
tbe publlo generally, that thoy are .till ik opera
tion and propose to do CASTINGS of every ds
cription in their line, and would therefor solicit
work from all those who may want anything of
We are now oasting and have for .ale different
sites of the Globe, Crescent, Indiana aad Iowa
Cook Stoves furnished eompleto; various .i.e. of
Parlor, Nine Plato, Chamber, Office and Shop
Stoves. Also Coal Stoves, Hollow Ware, Woflle
Irons; Ploughs, Back', and Jam.. In fact hav.
ing a very large supply of pattern, on band, got up
during the past .even year, can) arpply any
order for any kind of Machinery that'oMt 1 wan
ted. W. also manufacture Ilerse Power, and
Thresher., also Can or Sugar Mill., lorn, and
small kettles. "7
Also tbe Kllgoro Spiral or Incline Water Wbeol,
whleh will saw from two to Ave thousand feet per
day. All kinds of MACII rVFHV mi.i ... i !..
best and most durable manner, and upon .Sort
Also Iron Railing of every description.
We are also prepared to make Bras, and Com
The highest cash price paid for old Copper.
. ZIMMERMAM A KILGORE.
,, " Tnc") connootod with the Works nn ox
cellent Pattern Maker, ao that person, wishing
castings can have patterns mado to order. Z. A K
. MILITIAMAN'S MANUAL.
Small-Arm Light Infantry Drill of the
United States Army; Infantry Drill
of Percussion Musket ; Also,
Company Drill of United States Cavalry
THE MOST PERFECT MANUAL EVER
placed in a Volunteer's band j a book to be
curried in every Soldier', knapsack. Price 50 ct.
By Captain M. W. BERRIMAN, engaged for the
vvl "I " 111 ,be Practical instruction of
KwntXal??bi.?,land8 for Sale. ...
SOWN AS THE "PATTON FARM," LY
ing on the Hiwassee river, at the mouth of
Ocoee, ten mUcs above Charleston, in Polk countv,
Tenn., containing, by estimation, 012 ucrcs 275
acres cleared and more good Land to clear about
130 acres of Bottom Land all in a high state of
cultivation with a fiuo, large Brick Dwelling,
largo barn and all necessary out-buildings. Suid
Farm is well timbered and watered water in all
tho fields, two good Springs, a good Well and Ci.
tern. Term, made oasy.
Further information may be had from Judge
Gaut and Thos. H. Callaway, Clevoland, Tonn.i R.
C.Jackson and Dr. J.M. Alexander, Athons, Tonn.i
Robert Russell, Madionville, Tenn., or from the
subscriber. J. II. ALEXANDER.
July 15, 1859 tf 561
Saws ! Saws!
JU?,R,EE,1VED' A 'INE ASSORTMENT
v. -i M-iH,Mulrw and Cross Cut Saws, of th
best English and merican make, and for safe by
My24 o. w. RQas. :
ROBESON & KNOX I
TTAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK
j.A rnvijo to tneir Am Store Ilai
- --. uiviiiuRc, UU LDB
est oornor of the Publio Rniinr,,. ,1,..
otroring aoods low down for Cash. Give them a
call. Ail good Produce taken in i,r,.h,,. r...
March 20, 1861
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
TTE ARE MANUFACTURING A MA
J., .""ino for gathering CLOVER SEED,
Wliu-tl tl.l1-na all .1... t- t.. .,.. ... .. !
.v..,.luu,L1. ,u iue uuiu. uau,anr
sec, at Athen. Foundry and Muchino Works.
ZIMMERMAN A KILGORE.
Aug SO, n-4t-67S
NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED
IN ADDITION TO THE LARGE STOCK
already on hand, I have just received a large
assortment, which make, my stock now full und
eompleto. Any Book that may be wanted I, will
supply at publisher.' price., for cash.
April 5, 1861 GEOR. W. ROSS.
WITH THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1861
I close my Books, aurf will not attain open
them. I have but few Goods, but will .ell Buch a.
arc on hand low for eash. My Book, are posted,
all ready for settlement. Call and settle by Note
if you cant pay. A. C. ROBESON.
Jan 1, 1S62
MACHINE AND REPAIR SHOP.
fpiIE SUBSCRIBER IIAS OPENED A SHOP
A. noar the Depot, Athens, for the Repairing end
Manufacturing of all kinds of Machinery, and i.
ready to oxoouto any order, with whioh ho may
bo favored. Also, Blacksmitbiug done. A prac
tical workman bimsolf, he hopes to receive a -hare
of patronage. j. jj. SMITH.
May 10, 1861 tf 659
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
fully inform the publio that he ha. become
the sole Agent for tbe lower part of East Tennes
see, of Wm. Knabe A Co', oolehra'ed and unsur
passed GOLD MEDAL PIANOS, and that he
I. prepared to supply them at short notice, at
In rospeot to power add sweetness of ton,asy
and agreeable touch, beauty of finish, durability
and their peculiar adaptednes. to th Southern
olimate, they have been pronounoed unrivalled by
uch judge, as Tbalberg, Strakoscb, 8atter,Viena
All Instruments of this firm are guaranteed for
five years. For Circular, and further Informa
tion apply to GUST. R. KNABE, ,
Sept 28, 1869 6m 627
A LARGE LOT OF SHOE PEGS, OF AS
orted .lies, just rooeived and for .al by
Nov IS, 1861 S. K. REEDER,
AND IRONS, SAD IRONS, AND SH0VEL8
and Tonga, ju.t received a large assortment,
and for solo by Oct 1, 0. W. ROSS.
LINCOLN WHIPPED !
rTUIE UNDERSIGNED TAKE THIS METH
. JL od I of notifying ell tbat are in debt to them,
ither by note or aocount, they must actually
Come forward and make settlement. Thev take
all kind, of PRODUCK in discount.
CATS A NEIL.
Fountain Hill, Jan 24, 1862 tf 606
- Ifresh Clover Seed.
For .al a lot of fresh CUvr Beed hr
Feb. 28, 1863. ALEX. CLEA6E.
ATHENS DRUG STORE.
A. JL. jgAHBAAI.il, m. J
INTENDING TO DEVOTE Ills ATTENi
1 tlon to th. Drug Bu.lne,., offer, to thV.
ot Athen. and vicinity .carefully ..sorted .!
Medioinei, Paints and Dye-Stuffs
on reasonable term., for CASH. With an x..
rlence of .evcral years, b. bold, himself nn.liiLj
to givesatisfaetion to .11 who m.y J.
their patronage. ""una
Ills term, .re Caeh, tmarialdy. Pm, ,-..
credited out lose half In collection. Bellde.Tl.
acquaintance 1. very limited and be know.'n.!
whom to trust. He will therefor adh.r, to thm
oash system Invariably. ' 10 l"
He has on band a full stork of PATKKK
MEDICINES , also, a handsome variety of nS
PERFUMERY, , which .p.ci.l ItVcnlfon'f l.f.
To oolse out a lot of Confectionary he will sell
It by retail at vory low figures, Indeed.
Nov 16, 1860 tf 631
BOLIVAR FEMALE ACADEMtT
, . CALENDAR FOR 1860-61.
w b " " ,0,nln" Monday, Sept. 19
Winter Session close. Friday, Jn 5
Summer Session commences Monday, Feb 4
Annual Commencement Frldav, June 21
Annual Examination, the Wednesday and Tbur.-
SWEETWATER UNION INS'TlTUTi,
Tr rAhL AND W'TEH SESSION OF
ltd sthf?In""utlu commence on Mond.y,
f.l 8leP,cb0': Th Vernal. Dcp.rSnJn
Thi M tnd,?r the Chare of W"' Co"m?1?
TUITION, per Solon of 20 Week, ,
First Class, .A
Fourth Class, (Including fh. L.nBuee. 1 S
Contingent fee (in advance,) "'"WO .JJ
.b.D.e h,lf,Pyw i" "dvance, th. remainder J
beVd'mltte iS.Wu'Lr, thN P"P"
esslon, after 17
tract. No deduction for lost tl.. P .itt,'
of protracted .ickne.s N J ?,' ".'.' ,n
ted without . ticJ't from fhj's","1, b dmit-
Aug 17, 1860-tf 621 rA-lON, Sec'g.
. . AIR WAlliim.
A ACCU0UIT8 NOT PAID OR 6ET
many other offlccr.i. maVb. ncce'ss"."', ""c.r
The remaining STOCK OF GOODS will b.
.old cheap, .11 together or at retail .jther-.o all
7.n,lT aDy U"D8 We h i 1 do well
ll . ' ' " "r0 d"nin'd to close out and
IIi,thffraP1i' and Photographs.
JmSent1ViClil,V?D' A LARGE ASSORT.
Hardware and nntianr
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETK
assortment ever irnj i "
found at fOo . fi.l " """""i .
Metallio Burial Cases, Coffins, &o.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL KEEP CON
... , tanty on hand, at hi. shop In Athens.
ik . MotalHo Burial Case., of all sizes. Also,
Cherry and Walnut Coffins, of various .i.e.. lie
will also manufacture any article of Furniture
that may be ordorcd. HENRY RIDER
Athene, Tenn., July 27, 1860-y-618
1 Pi 000 tBS- 0S LOUDON IRON, AS
r , W r'd,Just received and for .ale
fOSeCpat7.Ol'86y0by GEOR. W. ROSS.
Wall Paper and Pannr Trnno-it..
TUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORT
wm.??U. oheaP- Alio, Patent
i - "i i a" "es ot future Frame.
Apnlt OEOR. W. ROSS.
TTR,M A?D AFTi:K THIS DATE WE
tor Caeh. V o have to pay cash for every thiui
Aug 16, 1861 SEHORN A IIORNSBY.
THE MAN WHO ATTENDS TO HIS
WOULD RESPECTFULLY RETURN HIS
.incoro thanks for the very liberal support
Je ha. received from the citizens of thi. and the
adjacent counties, and solicit, a continuance ot
ml'TM . L"J" opened a splendid assort
Sad, ll rV "J' th,? """nufactur. of Saddle.,
Saddlebags, Bridles, Martingale Buggy and
M agon Harne... and .very other wUcle in hi.
line of business, and which be keep, constantly
on hand. He will sell at wholesale or retail, and
at a. low a figure as can bo bought In East Ten.
The ub.crlber ha. on hand a good assortment
n?"f, "' ,Luniellcrl Leather, Patent Leath
er, Pad Sk ns, Morocco, White Welting, Girthing,
Rein Webb, Straining Webb, Thread, Saddler.5
Silk, Enamelled Cloth, Stirrup Iron., Bridle Bit.,
Harness Mounting, Ornaments, Bnckols, Trunk
Locks, Mallets, Tacks, Suddlors Tool., Shark
fl c' ?!',. 8vS.ry ihio oI"B necessary to oarry on
the Saddling Business, and whieh he will .oil on
reasonable term.. Call and see before pnrch.slnc
elsewhere. EDWIN A. ATLEE.
Maroh 23, 1860-tf-600
PLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS!
WE ARE NOW MANUFACTURING THE
Starbuck, Tennessee Farmer, and otbor
Flows, all ready finished in the vory best .tyle, at
Athen. Foundry and Machine Works.
ZIMMERMAN A KILGORE.
Jun 10, 1862 tf 604
Circuit Court, Monroe Countv. Tenn.
L H. 0. Cooko, J . .
John Emmerson. J
TN THIS CASE IT APPEARS THAT THE
A defendant i. a non-resident of the State of Ton
nessce, it is therefore ordered that publication bo
made for four .ucoessivo weeks In the Athen. Po.t,
fnb'i'hfa in Athen., Tennes.ee, notifying tho
.aid John Emmerson to appear at the next term
of thi. Court, at the Court-house in Madisonville,
on the second Mond.y of May next, aud on Mon
day of .aid term, and defend tho attachment lo
th is case, or Judgment pro confeeeo will be enter
ed against him. J. E. HOUSTON, Clerk
Jan 24, 1862 it pr. fee $3 ttt
THOSE DUE ME, EITHER BY NOTE OR
acoount, wlU please oall and pay the same,
immediarely, while you have the money tbat will
P7anS,182 GEO. W. ROSS.
CASTINGS AND HOLLOW WARE OF ALL
kinds, just received end for (ale by
t-l. Q. W. ROSS.
One Thousand Gallons Star Mountain
rrRhBAIi.EBY S. S. BARRETT.
Charleston, Jan 17, 1862 tf 60S
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ES.
tate of Henry Matlock, deceased, will make
immcdiat payment to th undersigned, aad all
having claim, again.t .aid ..tate will present
them duly attested within th tim prescribed by
t' . ,o.. J' W- MATLOCK Executor.
JumO, 1862-8t-7U ,
Clover Seed I
A BUSHELS CLOVER 6EBD JUST
ll. reoeiva tad for esi.
Call soon if you
I. K, REEDER. j
April U ISA?