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..PROHIBITIOX AN'D COERCION."
It it the policy of om men, particularly
.spirants for political. tation, to eonfusa truth
Ina errorf to M.t a mor.. reform by e.gn.
e aeal i behalf of son. propo-"" .bout
Ih'ieh there c.n I- - "J
alarm .1 point where there i no ing .
The readers of the I'ost may find .II th u ci-
I -a The genlimenU of the writer
.Tmor. famili" ' unt th'n the
.ture The flitr of hi. first sentence I.
equalled iu bunlinS construction.
It .'liege. tbt ' friend of ronioitio,, n'
tradietand practically di.believ. th.t m.n
i, e.Plle of self government. It i. our wi.h
to Indue the eople to en.ct law for their
own government, o worded, o fromed, aud
to guarded . to meet the approbation nd
teeure the walfar of the majority. The des
potism of one, and the unbridled licentious
ness of the moo, r two extreme, .like to be
.hunned; and between the two i. found the
gulden medium of "constitutional liberty."
Our. i. government of law, nd whatever
evil come, upon the body politic, i. a fit sub
ject for legislation. Thi is a projiosiiion d
nied by none but demagogue Prior to 1779
the SUte of North Carolina regarded tippling
a. an evil, and, by a very stringent law.
placed it under restriction, and penalties.
That time-honored st.tute i. the law of thi.
land at the present day, and no man can .ell
liquor in less quantities than a quart to be
drank on the premises where wild. I. that
coercion I The people have steadily fought
the evil from then until now; they in their
might and majesty have overrode the dema
goguesthose who were opposed to "co
ercion" aod one restriction after another
has been added to the list of prohibitory
laws in this State, until we now enjoj the
benefits of "coercion" during one-seventh of
the year. It is sufficient to aver In an indict
ment that "A. B. sold spirituous liquor on the
20th day of May, 1858, to C. D.," and, if the
proof shows that it was Sunday, a conviction
will follow of course, because no man in the
State of Tennessee, with or without license,
can sell in any possible quantity on the Sab
bath, to any living mortal, white or black,
for any purpose whatever! Doesn't that
smack something of "coercion I And yet
where are the evils and malign influences that
have befallen this proud Commonwealth in
eonsequence of this tampering with the peo
ple', "liberties I" But "S." sagoly remark.,
'where coercion begins, liberty ends, and the
wider the dominion of the former the narrow
er the precincts of the latter." Fortunately
for the public morals, we have a law shutting
up these "liberty" precincts on Sunday; and
all we ask is to "narrow" their business un
til aot a single day is left to the "dominion"
of vhiskeyisM. I think the sentence above
quoted wa. copied by "S."from Horace Oree-
ly, the great enemy of Temperance reformat
lion In New York, the expounder of Fourier-
ism in America, and the generul advocate of
agrarian ism, communism, and infidelity un
der whatever garb they may present .them
selves. If "S." did Dot actually quote from
his writings, he evince, a peifect community
of though: and feeling with thi. arch enemy
of the human race.
' This writer, after expending his own Inge
nuity, with the aid of such as he could bor
row, concludes (Ay Kay of feeler) with this
idea: "Let the tippling law now in force be
repealed by the next legislature, Ac." He
aays further that the other liquor laws, except
the tippling) should be enforced that "pub
lie opinion is fast forming in favor of a strict
enforcement of all law which guarantee the
peace, tranquility, good order, and moral ad
vancemeut of society." That is quite a soni
inersetl First he says "it is impossible to
coerce men into morality" "that moral sua
ion and legal coeroion will not work togeth
er," and then wind up in favor of a strut en
forcemeat of our laws, which prohibit absolute
ly for one seventh of the time, and are very
rigid as to the other six day.I The device i.
very shallow, and I think Hie seven McMinn
doggeries will resent the offer. N.
Thb Master Spirit at Sebastoi-oi..
The hend engineer lit Sebastopol la a young
man named Tod leben, whout the commence
nient of the ii'ge wna a captain and almost
unknown. When the siege commenced,
Prim-e Menacliikoff, it ib anid asked the then
head engineer how long it would t'ike to put
the place in a suite of defence? He wa an
wered "two month." Tod leben atepped
forward nnd anid he would undertake to do
it, if he had a many men as he required, in
two week. He did it in twelve day, and
wns made colonel. Since that time he him
had the direction of everything in the way of
building batteries, defence, fcc. The other
day the Grand Duke tilled upon his wife,
who i residing in St. Petersburg, to congrat
ulate her upon her husbnnd's promotion; for
he ia now (mneral and Aide-de Canip to the
Emperor. The Russians adopt the common
eii.e practice of taking the man who will do
the work best, and they get it best done.
Thi is the practice in well conducted private
business; it ii .till more necessary in public
service, where the consequences of mistake
through incompetency uud ignorance may
nfTucl a whole nation.
f.3f"Cnptain William May a well known
mountaineer and trapper, and chief guide to
Colonel Steptoe's command, died In the mili
tary hospital of Salt Luke City, on the 28th
of February. Captain May was originally
from Nashville, Tennessee, but at an early
age he sought the great west, and adopted
th profession of beaver trapper. For
twenty year he roamed over the country
bordering on the head water of the Missouri
and Yellowstone, among the Gro-ventre,
Minnetiwvea, lliackleet, Crow and Sioux.
And there i. acnrccly.. atreum that pour its
waters into the Missouri from the Rocky
Mountains, ia which his trap have not
lliuvr Danagks. Some years since a
singe couch, Gllud with passengers on their
way from Vnndiilia, III., to SU Jjouis, upset
near Greenville, Bond co., Ill.,nnd liijured sev
eral of the passengers. Two suit for damajre
were uhscqueutiy brought before the Court
of Common Plen of St. Louis county. Both
were decided on tho Uth, in favor of the
plaintiffs. In the ease of Sarah Delnplnine v.
Peter Campbell, the jury swarded (5,000
damages. In the case of John McDonald vs.
I'eterCamphell.tlie damages awarded amount
ed to f 1,6 J5.
1-17" There I strong suspicion among
the most distinguished refugees in NewYork
that the recent attempt to asmissinnto Louis
Napoleon wns instigated nt his own aiigrjei
lion to create eclat for himself, nnd satisfy
the vauity of the French people. Aou tec
What is a Politician ! Such remarks
are frequently made as these; "I cannot bear
politicians." "I do not believe that there can
be an honest politician." "Politicians are a
curne to the country." Almost everv one will
hnve heard remarks of this kind. It is well
that they should be considered. Are they
true? IJefore we can determine the answer
to thi question, we must first determine
what a "politician" is. The term must be
defined. Ask the man who declares that he
doe. not believe that there can be sn honest
politician, to explain himself, and he will find
himself at a loss. Does he mean that all men
who concern themselves about the election of
those who are either to make laws or enforce
them, are politiciana and therefore dishonest?
If so, then is our country on the verge of
ruin, when in a government of law only ras
cals interest themselves in the selection of
public agents who are to make our law. or
see that they nre executed? This cannot
therefore be his meaning. What then does
he intend by politician? He may reply that
those are politicians who seek for office for
selfish ends, and who will resort to dishonest
means and corrupting Influences to attain
those ends. In this view the conclusion
would be the sheer truism that dishonest men
are not honest. This would be equally ap
plicable to the public and to private lite. For
unprincipled men will net out their true
characters no matter where they may be
placed. But to conclude that, in a govern
ment which nuke us what we nre as a pen
pie, nil who participate to any considerable
extent in the agencies necessary lor sustain
ing nnd carrying on that government, inevita
bly become lost to virtue and correct princi
ple, must be contrary to reason and to truth.
. Chicago, Illinois, May 24.
Further particulars confirm the accounts of
the terrible tornado that passed over the town
of Jefferson, Inst nioht, by which four persons
were killed, nnd five wounded by the blowing
down of a house on the line of the Illinois
and Wisconsin railroad. It commenced in
the afternoon by a revolving funnel shaped
cloud passing swiftly along near the ground,
about 16 miles north of here, carrying up
hirye stick of wood, stones, die. It described
a semi-circle towards the southeast, and
twisted 'off large trees and whisking thom out
of sight instantly. -
The whirlwind then broke in two, nnd dis
appeared, but utmost immediately formed
ugain, mid pasted directly back north and
west, with redoubled violence. After de
molishing the house in which the loss of life
occurred, it took up a barn and threw it upon
the horses and caltle it contained, crushing
them at once. The timbers of the house and
barn were hurled down to the ground with
such violence us to bury them almost out of
sight. The house belonged to Mr. Page,
whose v. ile, sun and two grand children were
Accounts are iven of persons being carried
up one hundred feet in the air, and then
hurled down with great violence. A number
of eye-witnesses have testified to the ravages
of the tempest,and describe it as most terrific.
The same afternoon a hail storm occurred
in this city, niter which the sky presented n
singular appearance to the northward, and
the weather changed from the most oppres
sive heat to the most chilling atmosphere.
Chicago, May U5. An eye witness of the
late whirlwind reports still more loss of life
nnd destruction of property. The families
who suffered by it are in a dreadful state of
destitution and misery.
T" George Sand, the famous ' French
wriier is the great-grand-duughter, by an ille
gitimute channel, of the celebrated Marshal
Saxe, who, at twelve years of age, ran away
from home und fought in the trenches at
Lille, under Marl borough, and at thirteen hud
his horse killed under him, nnd his hat riddled
with balls at the eige of Tourney. He was
himself one of the three hundred and sixty
two natural children of Frederick August,
King of Saxony and Poland.
J-3ff A western editor thus apologizes for
the non-appearance of his paper at the usual
Owing to the facts that our paper maker
disappointed us, that the mails failed and de
prived us of our exchanges, that a Dutch
pedler stole our scissor, that the rnts ran off
with our paste, und the "Devil" went to the
circus while the editor was at home tending
to the babies, our paper is unavoidably delay
ed beyond the proper period of publication."
J-jgT" A strenuous effort is now making in
Louisiana for the suppresion of the practice
of carrying concealed weapons. - The new
law passed by the Legislature of that State
makes the carrying of concealed weapons
a misdemeanor, nnd subjects those who
are accused of it to a trial before the Crimin
3f Hall, the colored Dunkirk barber, re
cently arrested in New' Orleans for robbery,
haa been convicted at Maysville, New York,
and sentenced to 13 year imprisonment.
While In Maysville jail, he attempted to hang
himself, but wns cut down before hi
purpose was accomplished, by a . fellow pris
oner. fdgf" A correspondent of the Constitu
tionalist nnd Republic, proposes a fusion of
the Democracy of Georgia with Toombs,
Stephens and all other whig opposed to
know nothiugism. So the old parties are
fast being forced to yield to the necessity,
which declares they have outlived their use
Matbimonial Speculation. A gentle
man in Kelooshoo, Ark., wns married to a
young woman, and alter four months' connu
bial felicity, was presented with a black baby.
Mo called on his lawyer, related the circum
stance, mid uxked his advice. "All right,"
said the man of law; 'let me have the papers,
mid you shall haves divorce iustanter." "On,
h 'tig a divorce, replied the gentleman, "1
only want to know if I can sell the cussed
jf A lad in a state of mental absence,
gave three cheers for the rtars and stripes
during school hours, and perceived his er
ror when he got the stripes without the
The Game of luahiouable lile is piny hearts
-if The troin which conveyed the Em
peror Napoleon to Windsor on their recent
visit to England ran at the rate of 71 miles
per hour. The distance was 38 miles. Brun
Dell, the great engineer, managed the loco
motive. THE" WEATUKR.
The following is the range of the Thermome
ter, at the oflie of the Post, fur the week
ending 80th ult.:
6 A. M. U A. M. 1 1 M 3 f. H. tt P. M.
H 1 86 88 ' 6
87 74 82 87 80
64 Cti 68 11 7a
611 71 78 7t) 80
66 7!) 1u 7U 76
71 7 18 H Is
Comnlnint of bad tuck nre often round
about, shallow apologies for indolence or
Congress in this (the 3d)
District will speak at
the following time and
Friday, June I
Saturday, " J
Monday, " 4
Saturday, - 8
Monday, " U
Wednesday, " 27
Friday, - 89
Saturday, - 80
Monday, July 3
Monday, " )
Monday, " 16
Wednesday, " 18
Fridny, " 20
J. W. BLACK WELL,
J. M. ANDKItSON,
W. C. LILLAKD.
PAY YOUR TAXES.
I will attend at the following time, and
places for the purpose of collecting the State
and County Taxes, for tiie year 1855:
7th Dist., Athens. . Monday, June 4
1st " Widow Thomas', Tuesday, 8
2d ' Mol'hail's, Wednesday, 6
8d J. Thomas', Thursday, ". 7
4th ' E. fates, Friday. " 8
6th " Jas. Forrest's, Saturday, 9 '
6th " Denton', Monday, " 11 :
8th ' T. Gregory's, Tuesday, " 12 '
9th " Jas. Pearce's, Wednesday, " 13 !
10th " Hiceville, Thursday, 14 1
11th ' Underdown'a, Friday, "15
12th " Melton's, Saturday, " 18
18th " Sam. Gentry's, Monday, " 18
14th " G. W. Kirksey's, Tuesday, 19
15th " G. Melton's, Wednesday, " 20
18th " Calhoun, Thursday, " 21
17th " Joel Culpepper's, Friday, .. ' 22
All wh't fail to attend and make payment
may expect to pay costs, as I am compelled
to collect the taxes and pay them over forth
I am requested by the eandidates for Rep
resentative for this ciuuly, and J no. F. Power,
candidate for Floater, to say that they will
attend at the ahove times and places and
address their fellow-citizens.
TIIOS. STEPHENS, Sheriff
and Tax Collector for McMinn county.
We are authorised and requested to announce Col.
JA.. J Alt Via as a candidate Tor a seat In the Senatorial
branch of next Legl-lntiire, to repre-ent tliu UisU it-t com
posed of McMinn, Mcig, Polk and Monroe counties.
We sre autlinjisi-d and requested to announce Dr. WM.
J.JOIINSOS as a candidate for the 8enntc, for the Dis
trict rompmed of the counties of Monroe, Meigs, Polk
We arc authorised and requested to announce Dr. JAS.
BUCK N Kit as a candidate for Joint Representative for
Polk, Meigs and McMinn counties.in the next Legislature.
We are authorised and requested to announce JOHN
QUKKNKK as a candidate to represent McMiun county
In the lower branch of uext Legislature.
XSf We are authorised and requested to announce
R. K. DOAK as candidate to represent Monroe county
In the popular branch of next Legislature.
(Jf We are authorised and requested to annntinos
JAn. McKAMY, of Polk county, as a candidate for Joint
Representative for the District composed of the counties
of Meigs, McMinn and Polk.
Vff We are authorised and requested to announce
Hon. J. W. IILACKWKI.I. as a cnudidate to represent
the Third Congressional District in the next Congress of
the U. 8. Election zd of August next.
PfT" We are authorised and requested to announce;
J. li. COIIII, Esq., as a candidate for Joint Representa
tive for the District composed of the counties of McMinn,
Polk and Meigs, at the ensuing August election.
W We are requested to announce Hon. J08I AH M.
ANDKIWON as a candidate to represent the 8d Congres
sional District in the next Congress U. 8. Election id
XfT We are authorised and requested to announce
Mj. I.- It. IIL'llST as a candidate to represent McMiun
county iu the popular branch of the uext Legislature.
r7" We are authorised and requested to announce
Col. 1). W. BAl.LEW as a candidate to represent the
Senatorial District coiniioiujd of the counties of Monroe,
McMinn, Polk and Meigs, in the next General Assembly
of Tennessee. Election 1 of August next.
fW We are authorised and requested to announce
JAM. C. CAItLOCK, Esq., as a candidate to represent
McMinn cotiuty in the lower branch of next Legislature.
flT We are authorised to announce JN0. t. POWER
as a candidate for Joint Representative, from tho DIs
trlct continued of the counties of McMinn, Meigs and
j Polk, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorised anil requested to announce
Lieut. WM. C. LI LI. A It II, of Meigs county, as a eundi
dale to represent the Third Congressional District, at
the next August election.
riT We are authorised to announce Col. Jas. timer.
of l'ulk county, (formerly of McMinn,) as a Candida
for Brigadier Ueneral 6th Brigade Tennessee Militia.
The llrignde Is composed ot tne counties oi itoaue,
Monroe, McMinn, Polk, and Bradley.
The isissltltsiele of testimonials from men of
worth and integrity, that have appeared tn ottr columns,
furnish conclusive evidence that no medicine, fn use,
has accomplished so many extraordinary cures, and
given souni- ersal satisfaction in every variety and stage
of disease, or tltat hue had so extensive aud rapid a sule,
as Sloan's medicines.
Bee Sloan's advertisement In another column.
When death Is at the door, the remedy which would
have saved life, If administered in time, comes too late.
Do not trllle with disease. Uely upon it, that when the
stomach will not digest food when raininess and lassi
tude pervade the system when the sleep Is disturbed,
the appetite feeble, the mind lethargic, the nerves un
naturally sensitive, and the head confused rely upon it,
that when these symptoms occur, the powers of vitality
are fulling, and that, unless the mischief Is promptly
checked, life will be shortened, as well as rendered mis
erable. Now we know from a mass of testimony, greater
than was ever before accumulated In favor of oue reme
dy, that lloofland's Herman Kilters, prepared by Dr. C.
M. Jackson, Philndelhla, will Immediately abate, and.
In the end, entirely remove all of these disorders as
surely as a mathematical process will solve a problem.
Who, then, will endure the agony, and the risk of life,
with health and safety within reach f See advertise
A CJrrat lllraalna; t Affllofrrl.
The numlier anil formtdiible character of diseases of the
Liver have long challenged the attention of medical
men. Bolne of these diseases, classed under the gener
al term Lf Consumption, hove been supposed Incurable
and the unhappy patient allowed to die, without medical
science to onV-r him a hope of recovery. Happily this
can no longer be the case. A remedy has been found
which will cure all complaints, of whatever character,
arising from derangement of the Liver. The Pills dis
covered by Dr. McLane, of Virginia, act directly on the
Liver; and by correcting Its niieralion and purifying It
from disease, cuts off and extripates the complaints
which have their origin In the diseases of this organ.
Remedies hithetlo proposed for liver complaints, have
failed to operate Uwn the seat of In disease; but these
Pills make themselves felt upon the action of the Liver,
and by elanslngth fountain, dry up the Impure streams
of disease which thence derive their existence.
Purchasers will he carerul to ask for Jr. M'ljiiui't
(lbnttM hirer I'M, and take none else. There are
other Pills, purporting to be Liver Pills, now before the
public. Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills, also his Celebrated
Vermifuge-, ean now he had at all resiectable Drug
Btores In the United States and Canada.
For sale hv P. II. Kkitm A Co., Athens; J. A. C. W.
Corns, Mndisonvilie; and by one Agent in every town
la Tennessee. 0un '
Still Anollirr.-N. Lsnphcar, General Agent
for Cleveland and Ohio City Sir : In November last a
boy of mine about twelve years old, fell down stairs and
bruised his arm and leg, so that he was annhle to use
them. For over three months his arm was drawn up
equal to an angle of forty-five degrees. There had form
ed also on the side of his leg a large callous, and was
drawn entirely out of shape. In fact he was a perfect
cripple. I never exiected to see him walk again. I
procured the advice of two of Ihebest physicians In the
city of Cleveland, but all to no advantage. I was
persuaded by a friend to try the celebrated MntUim
Mwtnng I.MhwhL 1 procured two small bottles, and
In about eight days his arm became straight, the callous
was removed, and he csn now walk and handle his arm
as well as ever. I would therefore recommend lite Lin
iment to all who may be suffering from contraction of
the cords or hard tumors. The hoy ean be seen any
time at my house, near the corner ol North Alley and
Nnrrison street, Clevelon.l, 0. J"H McAvnr.
For sale In Alliens by Wa. Bl'nSS; In Calhoun by B.
t. MAKT1N; In Charleston by JAS. B. BAIN, may 16
..1 . tuf.k u P.aoijaa V. Rea.
n mis place, on ine soim n-. - -- -
sua, wife of Was. h. Hussell and daughter ol the late
rfosepn and wtnney nauee, in we w ...
Mrs. Hussell has had her share of afillrtlons In tills
lift, but she endured them with christian patience and re.
slgnallnn. She sought the Lord while she was yet young,
attached herself to Uie Methodist Episcopal Churt-h, and
liven a ploua and consistent uw. 1 os - '
and hour she died. Death seemed to have no terrors
nr ner iter minn was eatm. roe 0-0 -
of feelings which frequently characterise the last hours
01 tne pious, yet ner connuenee in .....
She said to me, "I know he will not east me off, for I have
lasen reuige In t'hrtsl. jesusuieu n,r mr.
in neaven wiiicn niuu me loineinrwoe. ,
the power of speech antll the last minute. Shs "krd
tor some water wnicn was giveu ner, 01 .. .. -.. .........
freely Immediately arter she breathed her last, leaving
. . .... ... - I-i .1 . t n nW. h.r
a nusoanil anil iniant, won nianj in-. .
departure to the spirit Und Header, "be ye also wil.r.
"For ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein 11m
toaor monroielhn A
Kingston Gaaetteer win piease copy.
In Benton, Tenn., on the mh Inst., M art Am. Inhnl
a .... 1... ri u-.n-tt nord and Elisabeth
Boyd, aged one oar autl four aiootbi.
The eandidates for
Old Korra- I'lcers. aud all eruptions- and dis
eaaee ariniuir fraa a impure or dvprairrd rutc ! th
blond. 8ee the extrwriHuarr curt of Win. U. lUrwood,
t highly rpcrtW Cllirn of Kirhnoild, Vs., hj Car
ter's .uih Mixture. Hr had ulcers and sores of the
worst description, and Sualljr sot m had, be as unaMe
to walk excrjit on crnU bes. A few bottle of Carter's
Ppaninh Mixture, the e-reat blood ouritirr. enrrd him, as
it ha ciin-l hundred- of others who hare niHered with
rhrurniaiiMD. bad cOVcts of mercury, and pains and ulcer-id
it bones and joints. Bee advertisement, jl-tia
Acocuta, May 8.
Herewith find slalemerrt of our Pro. luce market which
you will Suit correct and reliable for the present time. 1
hare to notice a slifhl advance in Bacon ides, and an
easier feclluf in Ilread-tun'. I quote as follow- :
hki-on, hoc round, WM & 1"H-, with fair stock and
noderato demand; hams are dull at In lie for good
arerasw parcels, some extra lots would command II
lie, and canra-ed IS 15c; sides In rreat demand at
II ISc with but little noVrlnr and demand heavy;
shoulders 9X vc.with good demand and good stock.
Lian 11 X lXc (or choice leaf in barrels and keg-.
Tiunw ISe. Rr l dull at 7tf Sc. linos I 8c.
giisxp ,M V a'"1- Wins. 16 Re. Orrms
Yas 7S SOe V hunch of 5 Int. Cnrros Ooifisraos
Scflyard. Coax 1,46. Mm .1,40 1,46.
Otrs 0 W. No Wh'.t in market and prices nomi
nal, runs (10,60 V hhl, and same rale f)
hundred iu sacks, stick Pais II .hi 1,75. ruiHRU
SfiSSc. Bkr-wii!:. IliTTut 25 Sic, as to
quality. Rous 16 l"c.
KxcHAXu on the North H $ ernt. premium.
Vourt, very truly,
J. A. ASSI.FV,
ComvtlMdm and ProJnc HrrrJuint.
Macox, May x9.
Transactions for the past week In Bacon, Lard, flout
and Produce limited, owing to the light stocks on hand,
with active demand.
Baoox, hog rouml.wlth clear sides, li 18,V. with
ribbed 11 te clear sides li 1c; hams II H
lie; shoulders (If toe. Labii, atoc-ks light, 1
li't'c fn lbl. Coax, source, .1,46 I ,6m. Oats, scarce,
67 1- PiA8l,?6'i. Mkal, scarce, 1,46 l,6n.
Fuifa, superfine .V 6,5"; exlra family Aii5
s,!Miy sack. Psatmiss, dull, 87 4oc. Hat, good
Tennesaee,Sl,75t) cwt. ntTTXa.good article IS inc.
Ourrr.it, Kio Arm, 19 ft 18c. i"ua, New Orleans I
8c. Mih.arsui, In barrels, 40 45c.
ExcttAXOsun New York Vcent.prem.
ALI.ES a Dl'NLAP,
Cnmmiwton MorvlmnU, Macon, ia.
Atlaxta, May 3S.
Below you hare the correct (.notations of ottr Pro
duce market fur the past week. The receipts of Bacon
and Grain have been very light, asd stocks in the mar
ket continue low. We quote
Iltcox, hog round scarce and lnnemand.11 Vi sides
11 UXc; shoulders h,V He; haun Vic, dull. Ltan
unchanged, 11 lijsjc. Ui-ttkr, Tennessee dull, 15
Die. Cuts Is selling in small quantities at .1.4(1 p) hit.,
without sacks. Mill, sells in small loti at . 1.411 1.60.
Oats, none in market, but would sell at sue V bu. Fuiva
In fair demand. 1 11 V bh- 'sen. Dried Apples
Peaches i flhuMdull. Fsathkss dull sale, Sl)(e.
Hat, Tennessee, in Imles, 1,75 hundred.
KxciiiNns sight drafts on NewYork c; Augusta,
Charleston aud Suvannah X V cenl- Press.
SEAftO A AP.II0TT,
General Communion JterchaiUe.
Stop tlxo Tliiof!
AYOUNO man, calling himself Smith,
hired a Horse from the subscriber on
Saturday morning Inst, to ride a few miles in
the country, since which time I have been un
able to hear anything of either him or the
Horse. lie appeared to be about 25 years of
age, light hair, dark complexion, about 8 feet
6 inches in height, and weighs about 130
pounds face a little humpy. Had on a lead
colored hat; dark cloth coat, common, partly
worn; brown jeans pantaloons and repre
sented himself as having been employed about
the Machine Shop at I.outlnn. The Horse
was a dark bay, IS or 16 hands high, and be
longed to the Livery Stable of J no. I Bridges,
in this place. I will give the above reward
for the apprehension of the thief, and his con
finement iu any jnil so that he may be brought
to justice. He left this place on the road
leading to Polk county, and is supposed to
have been making for ftorfh Carolina
' JOSKP1I HARBIN'.
Athens, Tenn., Jnne 1, 1856-tf-849
Fat TmienMec V ftcorffia Hall Koad.
I,, hr. I.ANO, Proprietor,
RKSI'KCTKl'LLY Ihfi.riui the truvt lhifr miIUc that
he haa opened Dinner Uonne near the new He
Ent, Iu Cleveland, for the benefit of travel en on ttie
Mt Tennessee and GtHrjri IUI. Komi, where he will he
pleaded to nerve all who way crII on hhn with (lie hent
the country affords. Cleveland, June 1-tf-tt-ltf
For M complete eun of Conrh, Cold; Tufiu
- tma. Asthma, Bronchitis, Siitting of JJlood,
and all other complaints tending to
THIS preparation Is getting Into use all over onr
country. The numerous letters we receive from
our various agents. Informing us of cures effected in their
Immediate neighborhoods, warrant us in saying lUs one
of the Itest, if not the very best cough medicine now be
fore the public. It almost Invariably relieves and not
unrrequeutly cures the very worst cases. When all other
cough preparations have failed, this has relieved the pa
tient, as Druggists, dealers in medicines, and Physicians
can testify. Ask the agent in your nearest town, what
hHS been his exiericnce of the effects of this medicine.
If lie has been selling It for any length of time lie will
tell you it U Hi' beet MnlUMnf nrtant.
Uelow we give a few extracts from letters we have re
ceived lately regarding the virtues of this medicine.
Dr. S. 8. Oslln, of Kuoxville, On., snys : I have been
using your Liverwort and I'ur very extensively in my
practice for three yenrs past, and, It Is with pleasure I
state my belief in its suieriurity over all other articles
with which I am acquainted, for which It is recommended.
Messrs. Kitsgerald k lleuners, writing from Waynes
vllle, N. C, say : The Liverwort and Tar is becoming
daily more popular In this country, and we think Justly
so. All who have tried it speak in commenduhle terms
of It, and say It is very beuencla! in alleviating the com
plaints for which It Is recommended.
Our Agent In I'ickens District, 8. 0., 8. R. MeFall, as
sures us "that he nses it with great lieneAt In his own
family, and recommends It to his neighbors." He gives
an instance of a Negro woman, iu his vicinity, who hail
been suRerlug with disease of the Lungs for years, at
tended with severe cough, who was relieved by the Liv
erwort and Tar.
Such are the good reports we hear of this medicine
from all parts of the South, For a report of the sur
prising cures It has performed Western and Northern
and Kastern States, we would invite the suffering patient
to read the pamphlet which accomiMiiies eacli bottle.
To all, we say, Autw hope, hut Aw;
THY TUB MEDICINE!!
BE WARNED IN SEASOXIU
And neglect not that cough which Is daily weakening
your constitution, Irritating your throat and lungs, and
inviting on that dread disease, Onnsnmptlnn, when so
soothing and Healing remedy ran be obtained as Dr.
Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar.
Beuare rf Counterfeit and Base Imitations!
The genuine article Is signed Asnssw Ittmtas, on the
engraved wrapper around each bottle.
Price, 4l ier bottle, or six bottles for .3. Sold whole
sale and retail by SCOV1L A MKAD,
U I Vhaiirrsnt., M. f'mitl and St. Aous, JV. O,
Sole Agents for the Southern States, to whom all or
ders snd applications for Agencies must he addressed.
Hold also by P. H. Kkith A Co., Athens; Cow as k Mam-Mo-n,
Charleston; W. H. CKiiatnLnt, Cleveland; Moss A
Mi Kamv, ltenton; i. A. A C. W. Corns, Madlsonvllle;
and sgetits In every town In the State, June l-Ain
ALARUM supply of Black and Cayenne
I'epper, Alspics, Pot nnd Pearl Ash, So
da and Saleratns, t'reatn of Tartar, Cnbebs,
Cork Screws, Bottle and Vials, Window
Glass 8 by 10 and 10 by 12, Franklin and
City Glazier's lHamonds, Gum-Klnstie Balls,
Starch Polish, Yeast Powders. Gentlemen's
Shoulder Braces, Spermaoetti, Even's Gen
uine Crown Lancet. ,
A variety of Ilrugsand Medicines, Alcohol;
Oils Tanner's, Lard, Sweet; Leather, Japan,
and Copal Varnish; Paints and Dye-stuffs,
and almost every thing else.
Please call and examine, and see what you
want. Mc.Mun's Klixir of Opium, an impor
tant article. As I cannot name every article,
the publie are Invited to eall and examine.
1 WM. BUHNS.
rp() take charge of Decatur Academy, in
X. Decatur, Meigs county, Tenn., who can
come well recommended, both as it regards
qnaliAoations and good moral character, to
whom a liberal salary will be given. Appli
cations should be made soon.
By order of the Board of Trustee.
1 JOHN K. NEIL, Chairman.
May 18. 18 "-tM7
( I- IXrTIO V4 II I Ks Candles, Almonds,
Pet-aus. Oranges, Lemons. Ac, Jtt-t received and
Icl.y nprlllV . A. ILKAflK k CO.
KFTf ill' Tins nou i(J m Arintii:.
Three of these celebrated labor-saving marhlncs
ou hand and for salt at laooufacturtrs prtees, by
sn- u I. K. REEPEn. .
DR. JAS. BUCRXER,
IX returning hi thanks for the very liberal
patronage he ha already received, would
respectfully announce to ail who may need
the aid of a Dentist, that he is well prepared
to execute all work in the various branches
of his profession. General aatisfaction will
be given, both in prices and style of work.
Kioeville, Tenn., May 25, 185S ly US
r"MIE ulicriber would respectfully an
X nounee to the citizens of Roane and ad
joining counties, that they have erected at
Loudon, and have now in full operation, an
Iron Foundry, and are prepared to receive
Every Isesrriptloai f ratlin- I
They will keep constantly on hand different
sixes and styles of Cooking Stoves, furnished
eomplete, such as the Houaier State; Ashland
Kentuckino, tc, Ac; various size Parlor,
Nine Plate, Chamber; Oflioe and Shop Stoves;
Balloon Stoves; Fronts and Grates, fur burn
ing coal, together with a general assortment
of Hollow Ware, consisting of Washing Ket
tles; Pots; Pnns; Skillets, etc., tic; Wattle
Irons; Fre Dogs; Wagon Boxes; Iron Railing
of every description; Water Pipes, from one
inch up to any desired size. They are also
prepared to execute all kinds of GRIST and
SAW MILL CASTINGS, together with the
well known Kilgore Water Wheel, formerly
manufactured at Athens. This Wheel will
snw from 8XM to 50tK) feet of Lumber per
lay, and will grind from 10 tn 15 bushels per
hour. Hiivint; Itnd considerable practical ex
perience in Mill Gearing, they nutter them
selves they can give full satisfaction in any
work ordered from them. Also, the most iin-
firovej Ploughs, right and left hund mould
wards; Horse Powers; Tareshern; and in short
every thing in thier line.
There is connected with the Foundry an
where all work can be fitted up iu the best
manner, and with dispatch.
t7 Old Iron and Copper taken in ex
change for Castings.
GROVKS & KILGORE.
N. B. All Patterns that will come into
general use will be made free sf oharge.
May 2- 1855-ly 848
By A uthority of the Stat of Qeoryia.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
Grand Scheme for June.
To be drawn June ISth, IMS, in the city of Atlanta, Oa.,
when Prises amounting to
Will he distributed according to the following magnifi
cent Scheme I And remember every Prise drawn at
each Drawing, and paid when due without deduction !
1 Prise of '0"
S " fi.isai ,'"hi
5 Mm ,.VN
in ii ) S.msi
15 " lis).., 1.MW
W Ml ,iMJ
10 " iS 8,"H
SM prises In all amounting to titO.IMH)
OM.Y TKX THOUSAND NUMBERS!
Tickets eft Halves and Quarters in proportion.
Hills nn all solvent Hanks at par. All communica
tions Strictly confidential.
8AMUEL SWAN, Agent and Mnnnger,
April 27-844 Atlanta, Ucorgis.
ASD PRILKR IS
Agricultural Implement and Jtlnchlnery,
No. 12 Broadway KKW VIIIIK,
KKTCHU.M'8 Mousing MaMnes, iiy Presses,
Hi rme lines, VMimiUirs, I'Uiws, Strme Cutters,
Otm SMlers, Henpers, Hues Pincers ami TKrenkers,
CnmbiHetl Thrmlusrsaml WiiuunBtre,tl other Agri
cultural Machines. may l-tf-847
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
f 11118 Kssence Is a preparation of unusual excellence.
1 In ordinary dlarrhuia, Incipient cholera, in short,
iu all cases of prostration of Hie digestive functions, it
Is of Inestimable villus. During I lie prevalence of epi
demic cholera and summer complaints of children, It Is
peculiarly ellicacious; no family, individual, or traveler
hould lie without it.
Csirrio!!. He sure to get ttie genuine essence, which
Is prepared only hy t. UltOWN, at his Iti-ug anil I 'hrta
iinl Since, N. V. oonw of t'iUmii'l Clirititul ttrerts,
Phitadrljilila, aud for sale hy Uko. W. Unas, Athens,
Tenn., and all the respectable Apothecaries in the
Uulted Stales. may lS-m-84I
FAxxxlly It. o m die si
1S?I KU under the seal, sanction and authority of the
University of Free Medicine and Popular Knowledge,
chartered by the Si Hie of Pennsylvania, April tf), 1S.A,
with a capital of $IUH,iHsi, mainly for the purHe of ar
resting the evils of spurious nostrums, also for supply
lug the community witli reliable remedies whenever a
competent physician cannot or will not be employed,
have purchased from Dr. J"hu K. ltuwand, his celebrated
Rowand's Touic Mixture.
Known for upwards of twenty five years ss the only
sure and safe cure for Fever and Ague, Ac, snd his in
estimable remedy for Bowel Complains,
Hwu' Compound Syrup st Black
which highly approved and popular remedies, together
with the University's Remedy for complaints of the
Lungs, the University's llemedy for DysK-psia or Indi
gestion; the University's Itemedy for Costive Rowels;
also, the University's Almanac, may be had at the Branch
Dispensatory, or store of O. W. KIWI). amy -"
sWheWmTl1y academ y
' (nr At'TIIOIIITV K TIIK STATK OK ALABAMA.)
coNoccrtn on the ha van a plan.
Or And Bolxomoll
10,000 I umbers I fiUt l'r litest
T be drawn lh d of June.
And renieuiber every Prise drawn at each Drawing, and
paid when due without discount!
M . , " 4.ISI0
. ti " S.ISN)
,i " ""!"" l'm
6 oY t T,n m7. B'w
In all Sol prises, amounting to ttO.OtHJ
Tickets lll Halves and ijimrters In proportion.
Hills on all solvent Usnks taken st par.
All communications strictly conndentlsl.
BAMUKL SWAN, Agent and Msnsger,
Sign of the llronse Lions,
July 14, ISM tf-808 Montgomery, Ala.
Athens Foundry Ware-Room,
Next dosr lo Tesincaaee Hunk,
mTATIIKIII! Is kept constantly on hand and for sale,
TATsv ....i ..ii. ui.. . Hollow Ware. And
irons, Ac, and all kinds of Tin Furniture. We are also
prepared to Hit orders for Hpouting, and Tin Vi are to
merchants ana ouiers.upon in ... -
.....-.i the serv i of sn excellent workman.
DIIJ HHr-OW - -
S. K. REEDER
RFJI'KCTFUI.LV Informs the cttisens ot nrsiinn
county, and Hie public generally, that he will attend
to the Selling, Purchasing, and Forwarding of all kinds
f i Aim in nr.teriiiffflnotls. Groceries, or any
kind of .Machinery that nisy be called for. Ile can fur
nish Machinery, sucn as iiiresnem, ...-..,
Stalk and Straw Cutlers, of any kiud wished, at manu
facturers' prices, freight added.
A good lot or Threshers on the wny and to arrive In a
few days. Also, one Circular Saw Mill and one Clover
llulleron bsnil aim lorsair
Athens, Tenn., may ll-tf-48 -
BY . A. V J. A. TIIIIIS.
NO pains will be spared to promote the comfort of
guests. The Table will lie spread with the best the
market affords. It Is our determination to make the
"Ocoee House" eu,ual to the best In the country. Olve
us a call. may 11-ly-tM
E D WAR D S H O T E L,
Dnrklsws Capper m Intra.
T1IR subscriber lis. purchased the property at the
foot of Copper lllll, Ducktown, lately owned hy
Wm. C. Murdock.and has opened Public House. His
arrangements are ample In entertain all who may rail,
and be assures the public that his Table shall be supplied
with the best the country affords, and that no pains
shall hesiiared on his part to make all comfortable who,
may give hint a call, may 11-tt J. H.KUWAHD8.
" J OH A. HILL)
Attorney nt Lair nnd Land Agent,
Bonnaboro'. Boone rouutr. Iowa.
WILL practice In the various Courts of the SUte,
and attend tn the location and' sale or Laud War
rants, boring and selling Land Ac.
Refer to 1 1 "li A. lllbrell, Nashville, Trim.; Oeo. Umwn,
Kso., Madlsonvllle, Tenn.; Will. t. Keith, turn.. Athens,
Teiiu. may 11-tf-WO
nA'I'Stf ! ATS. The undersigned Is receiving
a large aud handsome lot of Hats, Including many
new styles, such as "Wide Awake," "Young America,'
"Hungarian," Ar. Also, the I'sname, lcglmrn. Fur,
WikiI aud I'aluilcaf Hats, whl h will hr sold st the lowest
sort of friers. A pi W. B. llElf.NOl'DC, Dcutou...
State of Tennessee, Rhea county.
CIRCUIT COUKT, MARCH TEUM, 1865.
lATHEKEAS. HENRY C. COLLINS, Col-
V lector of th publio tax for Rhea
eounty, iu th Stat of Tennessee, reported to
Court tha following tracts of land and town
lots as having been given in for the taxes for
the years 185. 1858 and 1854; that the tases
thereon remain due and unpaid, and the re
spective owners or claimants thereof have no
goods within his eonnty on which he can dis
train for said taxes, to wit :
Wm. P. Hacketfs heirs 2K acres of land
lying in civil district No 6, valued at f 200;
f town lot. No. 75, valued at 5 taxes for the
year 1854, 61 cents; collector's fee (1; clerk's
fee 11,60; printer' fee 1,60 total 4,6lf
James F. Morrison 100 Bores, lying in civil
district No. 4, valued -at $250 taxes for the
years 185S, 186S and 1854, S,224; collector's
fee tt: clerk' fee 1,80; printer's fee 11,50
John Coibcy't heirs 160 acres of land, ly
ing in civil district No. 8, valued at s400
taxes for the year 1852 f 1; collector's fee $1;
clerk's fee $1,50; printer's fee $1,60 total $5.
7cry A. Shelton 1400 acres, injcivil dis
trict No. 8 taxes for the years 1852, 1853
and 1854, $3,40; collectors fee ft; cl elk's
fee 1.50: nrinter'e fee $1,50 total $7,40.
Whereupon, it is considered hy the Court
mat. judgment oe attu site same is nereoy en
tered atrainst the aforesaid tracts of land and
town lots, in the name of the State, for the
sums annexed to each, being the amount of
taxes, costs and charges due thereon for the
years 1852, 1853 and 1851, and it is ordered
by the Court that said several tracts of land
and town lots, or so much thereof as shall be
sufficient of each of them, to satisfy the taxes,
costs and charges annexed to them severally,
be sold as the law directs.
Witnett, llAattis Watkhiioitsk, Clerk of said
Court, in" Washington, the 1st Monday of
March, A. I)., 1S55.
DARIUS WATERII0USE, Clerk.
"VT0TICE. I will sell to the highest bidder,
1 for ensh, at the Court-house door in
Washington, on the first Monday in July next,
all the foregoing tract of land and town
lots, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient
to pay and satisfy the costs and churges due
thereon. IIENBY C. COLLINS.
May 18, 1855-8t-347 Tax Collector.
Clsancrrjr Court at Athena.
Dlussangnne Lit oek,
Jesse W. Edington, William Mee, James M.
Wullin, and others,
IN this cause it appearing that Jesse W.
Ellington and James M. Walliu are non
residents of the State of Tennessee, it is or
dered that publication be made in the Athens
Post, a newspaper published in the town of
Athens, for four successive weeks, requiring
said non-resi.lent. defendants to appear at our
next Court of Chancery, to be held at the
Court house in the town of Athens, on the Sd
Monday of August next, then and there to
answer complainant's said bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to them, and
set for hearing accordingly.
WM. LOWRY, CAM.,
By WlLlIK Low BY, I). 0. A M.
May 25, 1855-U Pr'e fee $3 848
New, Rich and Desirable.
w. ir. halijiiw
IS now receiving and opening a very desira
ble assortment of SI'KING AND SUMMER
GOODS, comprising almost everything usual
ly brought to the market, such as Cloths,
Cassimers, Tweeds, Drap d'Etes, Linen and
Cotton Goods of every description, Vestings
of different qualities and latest styles, Ac. dto.
A large stock of Ladies Dres Goods, consist
ing in part of Silks, De Lnines, liernges. Tis
sues, Lawns, Muslins, Ginghams, Prints in
great variety and of the latest style; Ribbins,
Laces, Edgings, Gloves, Linen And Linen Cnm
bric Udks; and in fact every thing that is tine
and nice that a lady may call for.
He also has a lnrire and varied stock ol
READY MADE CLOTIIIG, which he will sell
nt a bargain.
Also, Huts, Caps, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes,
Bleached and Brown Domestics, Hosiery,
Hardware, Queeswnre, Glassware, Ac
He also keeps on hand a general assortment
of Groceries, Spices, Ac.
To all of which he respectfully invites the
attention of purchasers, believing that he
can offer as great inducements in the way of
fine, good nnd pretty goods, end low prices,
as any other house in the market. Give him
a call, examine the asortment and judg for
yourselves. April 27-844
JUST received and for sale:
One 7 octave, 2 rouud corners, Iron plate.
One 6f " " " oct'l legs.
One 7 " 4 round " eurved legs,
One Hi octave, 2 round corners, curved legs,
Two 7 octave superb Budoir, very heavy tone
These Pianos are from the oldest and best
manufacturers in Boston and New York nre
selected and built for strength as well as for
sweetness and power of tone, and are war
ranted; and for beauty of architecture can
not be excelled. H. O. COOKE.
J 1ST rorclvod anil In More, a large lot
of Clarified und llrown Hugar, Coffee, Molasses and
fine Cyrup, 8ud, Tearl Stari h..iiic Wash-boards, taint
ed Tubs, llutler's Writing Fluid, Mutches, Star and tto
lar Candles, which will be sold cheap for cash, by
B,ay O. W. KOS3.
N EV BOOTH AND SIIOi:S.-If you call
and examine our stock which we are Just opening,
we reel assured you will not leave before buying a pair
of Boots or tilioes. For the Lsulies, w have the best
Kid, Caif and I'atcut Uallers. For the Uentli-nien, Kip
and Calf Uoots; Ooat and Cslf flioes. ,
may 4 . 0. F. k T. F. fllllSON.
C F. V T. F. CiIIIiO.'.S ne Huts have Just
arrived from the North, and the stock Is comimscd
of the latest stvles, such as 'he best Mole, finest i'annma,
those beautiful black Leghorns, and some which are call,
ed Know Nothing Hats. They have, In short, a cornp eta
assortment of Men's and Boys' Summer Hats, which they
will sell as cheap as any of their neighbors. may 4
MIM.ET HKUDi received and for
511 sl' i.; ".11 ' KKVKS A IIKSDF.IHO.S.
WE have on hand and for sole a superior article of
Uniting Cloths, Nos. f, . nl I''; , ,.,
Nov.WI McKWKN k (IILLKfl'lK,
rj illsTnd Tobiero.-A large lot of Ci
gars and Tobacco, from the very Jnest to a low
priced article, Just received by W . B. llkVNOLIW,
April Benton, Tennessee.
OIIEof that No. 1 Ttbfirco at the Fanners
Cheap Store, by v. '""""
1:1 ARM Kits and others who contemplate purchasing
' Threshers this season would do well to lialisf in
their orders soon, or thty will no, s able to get the Ma
chines out iu time for threshing out the next i(t
crop K- HKKI'KIt, Ovneral Agent
Athens, march IMf lor lower Kast Tennessee.
fcS A I T I S I.T ! M new and sound barrels Vlr
.yalt, received and '""
CIS TOBACCO, a Hue article, and
Vegars, for sale hy P -U A. CI.F.AU K A CO.
CIOCKSl A lot of 8eth Thomas' celebrated
Clocks Just redelved aud for sale low. Persons
wishing to get a good Chick at a reasonable price now
have aud op.rtuulty of doing so Csll wj Wsii
they are alt sold. V. . B. KM MILD8,
liro a Benton, Tennessee.
Stt'KTY t'l food lot or Tv ana
Thread Fuse on hand and for sale low hy
April w' B- KvNlLlnt, Ikuton, Tenn.
Sotai-"rill HI!W. Just received, r1n
French Worked Collars, ll.lkfs, Veils. Under Kleeves,
niie Bilk, Fancy Kid and Lisle Thread Uloves-, Kllk, Cash
mere and Cotton Hose; tleiitleinen's flue Kid, Hilk nnd
Thread tiloves; Shirt Collars; Ililkfs; flue Paris, Hpanlsh,
Bone-stick and Palm Leaf Fans-largest lot hy
to Athens. At ""' fKIIOKN
B nOTNsin Slissea. Ladles fine flnller "hoes;
Halter and Kid Hoots; Mlssea Kid, (ialler and F.n.
anirlled Leather Hoots. Oelillemen's One Boots, fhoes,
j!nd Ualts. Csit 0 rllU KKIIOIIN.
7sTAI. WolrrlHla nnd Tosila. 0"ld
Foil' Kiatiigs Hold; Porcelain Teeth; tine Plate
Work- F.scevnioM, Pluggersj Burs; Piles, Ac., Just re
ceived and for sale by marHp BKIIOKS.
IT. I A M roll fSA I.K A food bargain. Apply
to pnarch IJ WM. JII IIN8.
"Ts"!" Ilrrrlvr1 and for sale, a lol of CwKr's
llollcd Iron; aisota ores raw. arnriroi "
lug Tobacco, by
A. P. UUAOKUIIII,
I IJAIiTI S.1M r-ou " 1"""l --
. . . . a a A Li.,., vi..-. s.h it-t re.
I J reive ana mr s y
. AprU4 , '
KF.YU A IIENl'I'MSOJs.
a. C. K. JACK80H, PhilaiT., Pf.
wiut rracTiiai.i.T cea
LITER C031TU1M, DYSrEPSU, JAEXDICB,
CArowte or Aereoas Vtbitity. Viteimts of tht
Kidneys, and all diuaset mririmg from a stts
rderesi Xtv-sr or Stommtk,
tioti. Inward 1'iles,
Fullness, or HIoimI to the
Head, Acidity of Htomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, l.isgust for
FoimI, Fullness or weight in the Hti.in
srh, Hour Krucuthms, Pinking, tvr Flut
tering at the Pit of the stomach, Swimming
of lit Head, Hurried and difficult Breathing,
Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Vuuocatiug Sen
saliona when in bring posture, Himneas of Vision Doe
or Webs before the eight, Fever snd Pull l"aln In
the Head, HeBclcney" of Perspiration, Yellow,
ness of Hie Skin and Eyes, Pain In th
Side, Back, Chest, Umha. etc., ete.,
Codilen Flushes of Heat, Bunt
ing In tin. Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings of
Kill, and great
1 e p r esston
its. In attributing ancti valuable Medical properties lo this
remedy, no rash or unwarrantable assertion Is made,
hut is simply stated a fact; proven uudeuhibly and con
clusively by the extraordinary cures, and benenls de
rived from Its nse, under the direction of lis Illustrious
originator, l.r. llootiaud, among all classes of Kurotait
society and from tiie immense mass of testimony from
all parts of the American continent, accuatulaleit during
the last ten years, in the bands of the present proprie
tor. The prevalence uf diseases to which the (ierman
Hitters are adopted, it Is with sorrow we say II, Is almost
universal, Indeed there Is scarcely a family throughout
the whole extent of our country iu which there cMiinot
he found among its members thst K-ciillar sallow anil
languid aprarance denoting a diseased Liver, or an
emaciated and suffering Hyspcpllc.
Then of what Immense ini"rtaiic-e lo this class of In
valids, that a certain and reliable remedy should bo
placed within their reach; one In which no baneful or
Injurious drug entera Into iu composition; a remedy on
which the patient can rely with the utmost conndcuc
and certainty snd be assured from actual and tahgihlu
proofs, that the article he Is uslnr really possesses the
virtues attributed to It. furh a remedy Is "llootlaud'g
Herman lMtters." Thousands of dollars have been ex
pended in Its manufacture and diffusion throughout all
parts of this continent, and the proprietor feels Hie
greatest satisfaction In stating, that there la no Flats,
county or even village where the medicine hss been
Introduced, that there cannot be found numbers, silling
to testifv to Its virtues.
It is used constantly In the prsctlreof a Isrge unmher
of the most prominent Physlclsns in the counlry, who
have also added their written testimony iu evidence of
its great virtues. In conclusion, then, we would respect
fully ask of all those antictrd with any of the ahove dis
eases to give the Hitters a trial, and rest assured It will
never be regretted. In proof of the statements almve
mnile. all are Invited to read attentively, the "Memora
bilia," or "Practical Iteccipt Hook," for Farmers anil
Families, containing a great numlier of useful receipts,
In addition tn the testimony In favor of the Hitters, fr
the most prominent and well known Individuals, In all
parts of the Cnion. All Agents for the Bitters are au
thorised to distribute the "llccelpt Book" gratuitously.
Principal office and manufactory, 120 Arch street,
For sale wholesale by Druggists In alt the prlnetpal
cities and at retail by apothecaries and storekeepers In
every town In the I'nited States, and Canada.
ftoid hy Wa. Bras. Alliens; 11. F. M btik, Calhoun;
Kki.i-kv A Sox, Churteston; Tiioarsnx k l.vaon, Cleve
land. ". j'j:48
KlIDAT HOirTIIEK IIKJIKBV.
Cholera. ) t'Oll ALL 1 Cholera M-rbus,
Bowel Diseases f choprin,
Alao.Admlrnbly n fin pled to litany Ila
j t'liKt's) ol I'finnlfsi,
I MOSTESPKl'IALI.YPAIXri L.VE.V.STHrA TION
I The virtues of Jacob's Cordial are too will known to
1st, li cures the worst cases of niarrlnca.
tt. It cures the worst forms of l,vsenlery.
Hil, It cures California or Mexican lihinlmn.
4th, It relieves the severest Cholic.
nth, It cures Cholera Morbus,
lllh, It cures Cholera Infantum.
7th, It cures Painful .Menstruation.
Nth, 11 relieves I'aiu iu ll.uk snd lHns.
9th, It counteracts Nervousness aud Despondency,
lnth, It restores Irrcgtthirities.
llth. It dispels liloomy and Hysterical Feelings,
l'ilh, It's an admirable Tonic.
A fi-a short ertiiu;tsfivm Utters, Ti sti nam litis, if-c.
u 1 have used Jncnh's Cordial In my family, and have
found It a must clUcicnt, aud in my Judgment, a valuable
remedy." Hon. Hikam W.iasKa,
Judge nf Supreme Court, Georgia.
i'It gives me pleasure In being able to recommend Ja
cob' Cnrdbil my own personal experience, and the
experience of mv neighbors and h-h-yds nrnunil tne. Is a
(Ulliciellt guarantee for me In Iwlleut- It tn be all that It
puriHiits lo be, is; l auvtjuuu KWOinv."
Wa. II. I'xnKBwniih,
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit.
"I tHke greiit pleasure in recommending Ihls Invalua
ble medicine to all allllcted with bowel dlhcasrs, for which
I lielieve It to be a sovereign remedy decidedly aiiH.ri
or lo anything else ever tried hy me. A. A. O.m-i.iusu,
Deputy (1. M. or the (I rami lodge of lieorgla.
"I hnvc used Jacob's Cordial In my fHiully, and this,
with all 1 hear about It us a remedy liy those who liava
tried it, induces uie lo believe It slnmls nt Ihe hrsd of
every preparation of the kind, and I would reeotnuieud
Its use in the disease for which It Is compounded.
Mn.r (I. Doiihiks,
Cashlur Bank of the Slate of (ieorgls.tlrllUn.
"lf there Is any credibility In hiininn testimony, Ja-
I cob'a Cordial must ataiul pre-eminent above all other
! preparations for the cure of Bowel Diseases. From tha
mass of testimony In its favor coining from all quarters,
; It mut be very far in advance, as a curative agent, of
' most if not all other 'patent' preparations."
A. Futaini.Cash. Marlneand FireluB.llank.Clrlffln.
"This ellh lelit remedy ia traveling Intu celebrity a
fast as Bonaparte pushed his columns Into llussls, anil
gaining commendation wherever used." tieviyia Jif
ArrniMs, Nn) IWA, ISM.
For sale hy Wm. Bums, Oeo. W. Boss, D. r. Shell nn,
A. H. Wilson, and Chas. Metcalfe, Athens; B. F. Martin.
Calhoun; K. P. Bloom, John Benton, Cantrell k Co.,
Cantrell's X Koails; (iullford Cannon, Maillsonville; N.
J. Spilhnan, Mt. Vernon) J. T. Jones, Hlwassrr; Ches
nutt A West, Philadelphia; Vaughn A Plrkel, Sweetwater;
H. T. Tipton, Four Mile Branch; A. It. Uwson, Chatntai
Thompson A Dyson, Cleveland; James U. Balu, Charles
ton; N. J. k i. K. Lillard A Co., Decatur; Peak k MclU
wee, Sewee; 1. F.. Fngg A Snn.Maryvllle.
Wa. W. BI.IS A CO., Proprietors,
April W-ly-4M8 80 llcekman St., New York.
Valuable Lands for Sale.
fpiIK Undersigned, beln(r anxious to remova
I. West, oirers for sale, for cash in hifnd, or
by t he 1st of September, the valuable FA KM
on which he resides, 9 mile South of Athens,
on the Stock Uniid to Georgia, colli niiiini
80S1) Aoroa, about 220 of which
are in a Inyb slate of cultivation, the bulane
beautifully timbered all lyinsf; as level aa
any valley fit tin uf the siune tut in Knst Ten
nessee about lMi acre in Clover, 20 in tins)
Herds (mas and Timothy meadow; with eotn
fortnble and convenient JJuildinirs; tine Wa
ter nnd good yoi.iin Orchiirds. The Lund all
enelused except a few aeres. Itctter fencing
will not be found on any Fiirin in the eounty.
Also, 2 HI Acres, lyinu four miles NotiU uf
Athens, adjoining the l.niiils of C limles Met
enlfe and others, on the Stock Komi fiom Ken
tucky to ("uoria Itltl ncn-s iu n tine state of
cultivation the Innd lying beautifully oom
fortnble litiihlings good orchards, and the
best of water. Those wishing to pin i-Iimsc will
do wll to call ou the lindai'signed, ill his resi
dence soon, as he is detci niined to sell nnd a
bnrijain enn be had. 21. L. 1'lIIJ.l.ll'S.
April 18, 1865 tf U
TIIK l.'KEAT DIMOVUHV.
For f'urlliisT the llnlrl
IOIl mnny years It has lo-en the object of deepest
' study with chemists and others, to produce a fluid
that, applied lo the hair, would cause II lo wave und curl
equal In beauty to the natural curl.
TIIK K It O I. I, K It I V
Is the only srllclc ever offered lo tin world Hull will ef
fect this most desirable object. Hut three or four appli
cations are necessary to curl It as much as nmy lie do.
sired, and for any length of time. From thr many Irs
thnonlals of those who have used II, Hie suhwrllwr does
not hesitate lo warrant the Krollerlon lo give soll.lac
llon, and prove as recissutiemled In all cases.
Thsreelpa for making, with full directions for use,
will lie sent on Ilia receipt of one dollar, post paid.
The Ingredients will not cost over li reins.
,eet to H. A. FIIKKMONT,
April 18-tn-4 Warren, Trumbull Co., O.
FAIJi & CUNNINGHAM,
WHOLKSlUi USIIJtaS AKU UtmHTSSS OS
Hardware, Cutlery and Guns,
No. 47 North side Ttihllc Square,
. ASM Villi:, 'AF.rs..
HAVKnnw In store hill snd enmpl'li' assnrtmeiil
nf HaiiliMre, In nil Us rarities. ioeU,er llh an
mint uallr large stwk of f ' mid f., "'
which they Invite the attenM,.,i of Healers v l-lllng this
market; their slock has Im- unde up by illrecl pur
chases front the A..'i"f'VM.boihin America and
Kurojie.and Hu-y feel i n,,n.e,il that those w ho n my fW
then a rail will nnd I. iidvuotngeno. to "j
Cash and prompt lime buyers will flml the prli.es of
their goods suited to the linos. .
FeaThers received al the highest market price,
march lo-lf-WI .
ITII'fF ri.rniiiir Tol.nccol Cigar, of all
kinds; Snuff! ." I''l -. Adjust recelvi; an, for
oiarilnj akliOHN 8.
rjTT O O 33 XI I 33' S.
, II. Si J. M. CROW
.l Fi'WTKt'M'Y miiiounr lo the public Dint thf
! S' 1-s.vr tutw itii'l will h i cnntlHiitlv mi hmnl h ireii-
crl rtHt.rM.ir-nl of Mn rnr l-liinnm, w hit-It Uity will Mil
low f'r rn-h, whntftnlr mirl rtnil.
Alufl. riiff-.c, Viirktri, IUIiImi, i'audl, nn1 rorjr
llittig pIh tlml tn khn U rut. (mutch t-U
Siior r.iij'i. sii-Mn wm r-r jhm witHi
tttttifur lrK'. Apt W.U. Hhl.NOLirt, Uvnlu.