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PLATFORM OF TIIK AMERICAN PARTY.
Tbe Louisville Journal bestows the folio--iue
ardent and patriotic eulogy upon ihe glo
rio. American l'latforui adopted by tl.e late
It is with no ordinary feelings or satisfac
tion that ruMkh "-lay the platform of
America" par'?- nay tlmf. not
it. word "lis a .JJM Temple of Liberty
at whose altar every true patriot may wor
.!. Here i I"ud " ""n," Kroim.l,
."ja eonipreheunve loith where the Amen
una. the Ie....-erat. and the hiRa. may
unite The native-born American will here
find iheraDteetf his nationality, and the
' Joi.te eiti will also receive the noti
ce ,,,t his civil and religious liberty will
be uiai"ta'",-J and defended ; and that ull
material riirhl and privileges, consistent -with '
the great cardinal principle thut ' Americans
,,nll rule America, will be censured to him.
Against religion as an institution a faith--the
American party wage no war; but when
that institution i perverted and moulded not
only to iiitpire faith but also as a system to
control political action, the Americans will
resist the encroachment as one thut is host ile
to the spirit of our free institutions and dan
gerous to the liberties of the country.
Sever Iwfore since the iaceptimi of the
government lias any party t aken more hold,
and at the same time just and liberal grounds,
u the slavery question, than has this Ameri
can party. On this subject, the American
party is impregnable. Taken as a whole, we
regard this programme of principles put forth
at Philadelphia as second only in importance
to the Declaration of Independence; and the
Constitution of the L'uited Slntes. Jlcfore
this noble and patriotic proclamation treason
' bides its hideous head ami fiictiou stand re
buked. It call on all good men of all parties
U rally under the banner of their country
to come forth like freemen in defence of free
eVm, and to regard the maintenance of the
Union of the States, as "the primary obect of
patriotic desire." And will you nut respond
to the call f Fancy that ye behold the guar,
dian genii of our nation supporting in the air
the spirits ol the illustrious fouuders of our
country's fame; fiiney that you hear them
- cheering you on and see them striding to re
' I time in your bosoms the waning patriotic
fire of 'TO. and then suy, will ye not t-esiioiid
to the call. Will ye notr show llmt you tire
worthy of the heritage, ol freedom whichvoiir
ancestors transmitted to you, and tliat you
intend to hand it dowu to your posterity,
purs, perfect, and unimpaired. So mote It be.
IttDEPRNUKKT AHKIIICAN TllOOPS. Col-
Thos. 1'icktoti, a military man or 'New York'
. baa wrileli u letter tn the New York Herald.
giving an account of the intended raising ol
n bnltnliou of picked Aiiu'riennti troops to
fijfht in connection with the Hritinh' army nt
the CrillU'ii. He atatea that humid other
entered inlo an nreeiiu'iit with Sir Joseph
IInv.0 lu furnish 430 picked men, to lu armed
with Hilary's puti-ut ciirbinea mid Colt's pis
tol", who iditiuld g lo Halifax na omijjriiiilH,
and there be organized by the election ol'ofli
cers by ballot. The commissioned ufliei-rs
wero lu receive full pay during tlio war and
retire on half pay at ita ' termination. He
any that he cnlinted 300 men, and' that Ouv
oriier Howe, upon the firal intimation of dan
. per, from tlio American authorities, downed
the contract. At this inatntice of want ol
appreciation on the part of Gov Howo, for
tlie "picked, men," tlio Col. became enraged,
and aav that (iov. II. only secured a"colloc
tion of foreign vaoranla, aotip-linutie paupers),
And emaiicipalod fi-lona, v Iiohc eotiiinir hilhcr
was jiiatly regarded a curat', and whnan t x
odiiH uiUMt be catcc-Ukd a national benefit to
A Small Business. A Washington cor.
respondent of the New York Express, Mays
that the Secretary of war lias decided that
Gen. Scott is not entitled to any additional
pay us Lieutenant General, cither for arrears
or lor the future; ami that the old veteran and
hern Ima not received one ainglu inift in con
sequence of his ijijdttiniial rank. There ia not,
well observes the RutTalo Commercial, the
shadow of a doubt that it w as the intention
of Congress to give him tlio uddiliotml pay,
and also that he would recei-e it, was the
belief of every member of both House, even
of Ihnsu who voted against tlio bill. Under
. all Ihecircutntttiinees of the case, one might
suppose that tlioSreretary w ould rather have
strained n point to piiesuuh an iulcrpretation
to the law as would have given the General
the extra pav, inalead of straining it to de
privo him of it. The question, however, hin
now been referred to the Attorney Genera!
for his opinion. If lie should coincide with
the Secretary, tlio only appeal then will be to
Congress, w here it is to be hoped there will
, be no hcniUlUui in promptly awarding it to
A LAiiufcI.AMiiioi.ntR Kx-Govurnor Vran
is Thomas owns 45,000 acres of the lest new
wilderness la nd around Krnnkvllle, Maryland.
His covered with timber' of ull kinds, aud
contains 72,OOO.OOo tons of coal, by estimate
of the State geologist, with iron ore inexhaus
tible. A line of railroad is now in eonrse .of
rectiou from I'lttsburg to Alexandria nnd
Wnkliinirton, crossing the Itnltinioie and Ohio
Railroad at this place, thus making this
whole tract accessible to the Atlantic cities
as well ns thoi-e on the 1'oLuniac, Ohio and
37 "Now, girls," said Mrs. I'nrlinglnn
the other day, to her nciees, "vnu must get
husbands as soon as possible or the'll be mur
lored." " Why so, aunt f" . " Why. I soe by
th a papers that wa'vs got klincst lifieen
thousand post ollicej, aud nearly all on Vm
nbspatehss a mail every dsy the Lord hare
mercy on us poor widows, and the old ludy
stepped quickly 'to the looking glass lo'put
on her new cap.
' We take the following paragraph from nil
article in the New York Herald:
"There is no cxistingniitiomil political pnr
4y in the cotipti'V except these Know Noth
ings. There is no Whig party , there is no
mition-il Democratic party. They aro both
adrift That an attempt will be made to re
organize the Democracy as a national party
nobody doubts; that it will bu successful is
extremely questionable. The administra
tion soft shells of this IS t ute are leaning de
cidedly to a fusion with Seward and Wilson,
while the hard are Just as likely to go over
to-the Know Nothings. It is the policy of
this new purty to consult this advantageous
ntuto of things, anil to turn it to good account
in our next tall election. The nitriy which
caries New York in 1855 will have the in
aide track lor the-great four mile race of
.'!' Wfjuon Law. Considerable "'appro.
- tiension is entertained that serious trouble is
to come out of the 'enforcement of thu l.iq
unr law, Hi New York, on the 4th of July.
'J'lie Com mere in I says Mayor Wood is placed
lu a most trying and unplesalil position, and
1 it recommends that no nrre-ts bo made on
thai d.iy, but that the Mayor issun his 'pro
claination to warn liquor dealers that they
are watched and will be brought Id ' account
' for violating the luw on the 4th.
KfKxteiiHtve arrangements are being-
nvino tor celebrating mo 4tn m juiy nt - io
.einmill, nnd notice has been given, says odis
natch, that Roman Catholics or. foreign mil
itary companies will not be permitted to join
the procession. All the foreign I'rntesUnl
i Associations will, howeycr, unite iu tlio pro
t'Xtritordiunry disease wlilcli, ns
already stated, has mode Its nppenrance in
New ork, is much bilked of among the niedi.
cal fainilty of that city. Some of the most
eminent of Ihe professors nssert that II is
what is called the Vharhnii" in France; oth
ers say il is the "Pustule Maligue," nod otlu
era that it Is thu I'bigiie. Its presence is In
dicated first by a small spot on the lip. In
cision checks lbs career, but uuless the rente
dy is oppliud enrly death soon ensues.
Tut Cboss. V) find the following com
munii.itiun in the Nashville True Whig, or
the 21st: .
- - Belleucklb Depot,' June 1G, '53.
Messrs. Editors: There -in organized, at
Rell buckle Depot, a company styling them
selves "Johnson lllues,n-hoseobj(H't seems
to be to exhibit tr.iiispareuciea, thereby mak
ing capital for Gov. Johnson. They have al
ready exhibited at Bclll.uckle, VVartrace and
Shelliyville, and propose going to Winches
ter and moot places on the Kailroad,nud final
ly to Nashville. At Hellbuckle they burnt an
elligy of Mr.h'lourno)vind ittWartrace hoisted
the Roman Cross upon one of their transpa
rencies; and when they went to Shelbyvi.le
they had a rude Lroas Inshioued out and
fastened upon the ox yoke, (the baggage ol
the eotnpauv beinjeonveyed inauox wagon,)
and gaily festooned with ribbons of Vaiinus
colors. Now ninny people wish to know
sunt is meant uy biiruiug tne euigy oi one
whose only olleiise seems to be his opposi
tion to political Koiiianism and auti-Aiueri-
cauisui. They me also beginning to ask il
the re-election of Gov-. Johnson will not be
considered a triumph of political Humanism
in lennesHce. 1 he "Johnson uluea are no
doubt well posted in tliesu-tilings, for their
Captain ia-lrequeiitly at Nashville, and often
in council no doubt, w ith the highest author
ity in the Slate, as to the proper lacticsof tile
Campaign. - VYIiat are we coming Inf
, a riiu i ts i a.t.
We think that a more appropriate name
for the above mentioned compauy, would be
the Johnson Greens.
A SlMPLB YET CKKTAId (.'UltE TOIt Pll.ES.
Iii view of the immense sutiuiing by this
distressing complaint, 1 request space in your
columns to make know n a certaiil sale and
simple rvmedy, with the hope that it Wfll be
copied by other journals, that all afflicted may
have the benelit of it. '
It is simply white pine pitch mode into the
size of ordinary pills, and from 10 to IS (ac
cording to the slate of the disease,) taken
(luring the day until relief is had. X)ne case
among many which have been eijx'd, was
that of a person, who after having faih d to
obtain relief from the most eminent medical
skill, and even sull'ered a tesuit-to the knife
uilhoul obtaining relief, bus been entirely
cured by the above; and enjoys excellent
health. Yours tc. . 11. A.
N. II. The pitch should be used in its nat
ural state or in condition it is in when Uikeu
liom the tree. ,
&f A paper published at Greenville, Aln
Imiua, stales that the long drought is sorely
fell by the snake tribe, toruing tliein fiom
their lurking-places in search of water. A
short time back a large rattlesnake was kiileij
near thu head of u mil I pond, seven feet in
length, and eighteen inches in girth. The
track of another one has been seen in the
same neighborhood, supposed to be much
larger, his track . measuring eight inches
across.' The track of a still laroer one has
been seen regularly in August of every year,
for the last thirty seven years crossing the
Cahaba road, about four miles w est of Green
ville, in the direction Of a swamp, w hich is
supposed to be his tegular hiding place. The
trscK of this monster is thirteen inches across.
Repeated alteinpts hnvo been made to cap.
ture this patriarch of the snake tribe, hut as
yet without success, lie crossed oil his usual
track last August,
Know Notui.ng 1'ANtc- in - Canada. The
late requestor the English Government for
the setting apart of a million of acres wild
lauds, to be distributed i.llloiig the soldiers
now serving iu the Crimea, him developed a
senium' nt soiueu hat akin to Know Nothing,
ism among the Queen's Canadian subjects.
The .Montreal Advertiser says the results ol
former tnililary colonizations are strongly
against the present attempt, and that one of
two things would happen either there would
be no settlement at ull, the lands being bought
up by speculators; or, a large, turbulent popu
lation, uui'.cquaiiiled with Canadian govern
no lit and institutions, would threaten their
security. In fact, the country would bu ex
posed, without remedy so it .maintains to
Ihe invasion of ten thousand armud banditti.
5-i A corespondent writing from llon
A nrunler and robbery was eommited in
this country on Saturday, June 2 I. The body
of Ficst Newman, a Gei m. in peddler, wus
found three miles from this place, near the
road leading from .Moulieellu to J imestown;
Ky. The coronet's examination showed that
he had been murdered, a pistol or rille' ball
having entered the head just above the lelt
car. The niurdefer hail taken v. hat money
his victim had, conceded his clothing, mid
hid thu body in a fallen tivctop. A worth
lesschnracter named Young is strongly sus
pected, and an ctrrt is no. v being made to
Tun Citois. A letter from Now York,
dated the 18th, says:
From all parts of the country we continue
to leaNi the most cheering accounts of the
crops. The State of TMcw York will probably
show a much larger 'produce of wheat than
ever before. The quality from present tip
pe.uances will bu remarkably line. On the
(ienesuu Hals, some farmers are 'predicting 40
bushels to Ihe acre. The K istern Slates give
promise of an abundant yield. The lirst par
cel of new wheal Was exhibited nt thu Corn
Exchange to-day. It came from Georgia, and
although not mo line looking as that grown in
this State, will make most excellent flour.
Awful Times Coming. The' Spirit R.np
pers have recently nstotiislied themselves with
a prediction, which, if it should he realized,
would be likely lo prejudice, to some extent,
thu position of this p irl of the country ill the
eye of the world. They say lhal,'by 'means
of an earthquake, a flood is to come shortly
which will sweep oil' all the north western and
central settled portions of the United Stales
into the Gulf of Mexico. '1 he uarthqinike is
to break up tlio rocky ridga which retains
Lake Superior in phiee mid "let it run."
Tiik Vai.ur of" FiiKKimM. John'! Adams
thus concludes a letter of 'April 'JOlh, 1777.
'posterity t yon will never ki.tny how imich il
has cost iho'prcscnt icneralior. lo preserve
your freedom I ' I hope you will make good
'use of it. Ifyou do not I shall repent iu
lleiiveii thitt I' have ever taken half the p. ins
to 'procure il." , . ' .-. ,' ;'
Flouii on THR Decline. At New Oilcans
flour hie declined lil'iy to seventy live cents
within a day or two, and superfine was sold
on Tuesday at .-518 fiU per bbl.
The Turks. In a late appeal to the House
of Lords iu support of a peace policy, K irl
Grey slated that ns many as half n million of
jample have now lost their lives Russians,
Turks, and Allies in supporting r attacking
a government aild people (Turkish) the most
fanatic, cruel, barbarous, and ' unprincipled
Unit ever existed in the world.
Tobacco. Who choose our tobacco among;
the foreign nations with whom we deal is a
matter of some curiosity. Great Britain levies
a duty of 4.500.000, o'r three Shillings ster
ling per pound on tobacco, making a tax-of
nearly 73 cents on each man, womnn, nnd
child in thut kingdom. Twenty-eight millions
of pounds are nunuiilly consumed in Great
Britain, r'or liiiiiiul'aetured lob.'ccn, we find
that Cunada is oqr best customer. Kngland
the next, British American Colonies the third,
Australia the fourth.
Newspaper Change. John K. Helms,
F.sq.. has retired from the ni.mngoineiit of
the Knoxville Standard, leaving Mr. A. B
Small sols proprietor.
Matob Dow "Sold." h is stated that the
stock of liquors purchased by the Mayor of
I'ortland, and about which liters has been so
much trouble, instead of beinir imported, ns
represented, was manufactured at Williams
burg, New York. In other words, the Mayor,
it is alleged, has been victimised by s sharper,
who has iuioosed upon him, for a pure article,
for ''sick" persons, a" quantity of common
New York whiskey and brandy.
' -jrThe balance in the national treasury
is reduced to eighteen and a half millions
of dollars, being a falling off from the highest
point of accumulation ' Inst September of
more than ten millions of dollars. Exchange
paper. - '
At that rate by the time the State elections
for '55 are through with, the national treasu
ry will be bankrupted.
Dkfeat ok Saxta Assa. By a privat"
letter received trom the cily of Mexico, dated
June 5th, the New (JrJeiNis Delta learns, that
on the -lJlh ult., the advance of President
Santa Anna'c army numbering about 1,000
men, made its appearance before the city of
Ario, Gen. Cninoufort's head quarters. The
latter General immediately ordered a sortie
from the garrison, and his soldiers rushing
forth with "the light of battle in their faces,"
suddenly fell upon the Imperial army nod
after a shoit, but desperate battle, totally
routed mid put the enemy to flight. This
forced the entire army of tl. S. II. to retire
to Morelia, where at latest accounts, he was
waiting a good opportunity to return lo the
As Itf.m Foit Ciioakkiis. So promising is
the w heat crop in Ohio, and so largely have
tho farmers sown this year, that the Cleve
land i'laiudealer anticipates, in sixty days,
buying fljur tit mix dollars a barrel.
Arrsval of'RiU in hants. The packet ship
New York and Universe, from Liverpool, ar
rived nt New Yoik, on Wednesday afternoon,
bringing about 1,'J00 passengers.
-"A merchant in Burlington, Vermont,
having sunk his" shop floor n couple of feet,
announces in thu Sentinel "that iu conse
quence of recent improvements, goods will be
sold' considerably lower than formerly.''
The Ilofl, Josiah M. Anderson, and the Hon.
Samuel A. Smith, candidates for Congress in
this (iho-ad) District will speak at the follow
ing limes aud places: . s
Post-Oak Spi'iiigs, Saturday, ," 30
Kingston, , Monday, July it
'iVasidngton, Tuesday, '
Pikeville, Mondav, " i
Tollett's Mill, 'Weiies'dBy, " 11
Coop's Creek, Saturday, . "14
.laspur, Monday, " lti
Chattanooga, ' Suturday,' " 21
Harrison, ' llomlav, " i!S
The appointments heretofore msde by Col,
Anderson inconsistent with this list are with
J. M. AXltKRjJOX,.
S. A. SMITH.
LIST Ol' A 1TOINT1I ENTS.
I will be pleased to meet Jvilh my fellow
citizens of McMinn County nt the following
times aud places, where 1 will address them
Allen Dennis', Mouse Creek, Monday, July
Jas. Hiickners, Kogers Creek, Tuesday
O White's,, Spring Creek, Wednesday "
Mike Waleiibni'geiV, . Thursday "
James II. Ueaguu's, Saturday "
Itussels' Mills, Monday "
Zion Hill, Ohostua, Tuesday "
Weslyanua Meetinghouse, Wednesday "
M. Longs, Double Springs. Thursday "
II. Gregory's, Liberty M. IL Friday, '
J. Hanks, 17th District, Saturday "
R. Smith's, 14th District, Monday "
Widow Cooks. Comisauga, Wednesday '
Sum ;..iitrv' lMt.li District Thursday "
J'.sqr. i arlock lias an invitation ana i pre
suiiie will of course attend the shove appoint
meuts. - - " L. It. HUUST.
Phillip S. White, the distinguished
Temperance Lecturer, will speak at the fol
lowing places: "
Cleveland, . . Wednesday, July 18
Benton, . ' Thursday," " ' 1
Athens, - Saturday, " Hi
Mndisonville. Sunday, '" 21
lliwnssoc College, Monday, " 21)
Mary ville, Tuesday, " 21
Knoxville, ' Wednes'dny, " 25
The candidates for Senator will address
-the people nt the times and places below :
Pcttitt'slaml, Polk CO., Monday, July 2
A. MeKissack'e, " Tile-day, ' 3
Diicl.town, (Copper Hill,) Wednesday"' 4
Tiii'tlet.own, (Carulh's,) Thursday, " ft
Spi'ingtown, (Wm..Vnii;nii's) Friday; ; " 0
Kincaiiuon's Ferry.Meigsco., Monday, " H
Martiii's Store, " ' Tiied ly, " 10
Moore's Si ore, " Wednesday ") 1
Hoggess' X Uuads. " Thursday, "12
T. I'i'igniore's, McMinn co., Friday "18
Sweetwater, -Monroe Co., Saturday, "14
Johnson's Mill, " Monday, ' lil
ienti'vV Mill " Tuesday. " 17
Big t r'k "Meet. House," . Wednesday 1 H
Irc-ii Workv ' " Thursday, ' lti
Coco Ci 'k.(l'i'y'sStorc)" . Friday, "20
Lee's Store, ". Satiinlny, " 21
Madisouville, " Monday, " 2;(
Firestone's. MoMinn co., Tuesday, " 24
The candidates for Floater will at lend the
above appointments iu Meigs, McMinn and
"CANDIDA'!' lv ti.
s'"f w nrv mitliorltcd snt requeitcil to snnnuiirs
Hon. 8. A. SMITH us s taliiliilnte lor re-elertion to rep
refill die Tiilr Conreiiioiial District ia the Congrc
vt the U. I.- Ulseiiun ii ot August uuxt.
We nre inirtiorl-eil anit requested to gnnotince Col.
.J VS. JAUV1S hs s I'uiiiliilate for sent Imliu.-eiiatorlHl
't.falieli of next l.eglnlsturi;,lo repre-fntthv flUtrli tcoui
))otid of McMinn, .Meid, Polk ami Mourov cuuntlus.
Wesro aulliojised snil r)uestrd lonnnnunre Pr.VVM.
J. JO.IINSON hk eiiiirtiiliite for the Senate, for Uie li
trie! eoinioied of tho counties of Monroe, Meigs, l'olk
and Me.Mlnn. '
We nre ifullmrliti'd srnl reqtu-ilr to snnniince'
It. K. 1)0 A K ss s cnnillilnti. lo represent Miuiruo county
In the nopubir hinnch of next Leifislutur-.
tV We sro snlhnriied snil requestcil to snnoi.noe
JAS. McKAM V, of l'olk county, ss oamlliUle for Joint
Iteiu-vseiilnlive for the lli'lrict coiupoivd of thu uumlllcs
of Meigs, McMinn and l'olk.
,'" We nre sulhorlti'd nnd roqueslcd to snnnnnce
J. II. COlin, Kiq ksh csndicliile for Joint IU-p"mrntii-tlvc
for the l)itrleteoniiomdof tho eoiiulletol .UeMinn,
l'olk snil Meigs, ' 'h eniulug August election.
tV We sre renii"lvil lo snnnnnce H"n. .tOKIAII M.
ANDKIfllN m acsniliil.iteto represent the fid t'onirrt-i.
sionul Uisiriet lu the next Uougruas U. 6. tloction M
fisy We sr snthorlied nnd rrqueileil to announce
Miij' I.. It. IIUItST s eiindldote lo n-prvsent McMinu
couuiy in the popular brunch or tho next Legislature.
Xlf- W sre nulhnrlii'd and requested to snnnnnes
Col. I. W. n.l.l.KtV na s cnndhUie to represent the
SenntorlMl Dlstriet cnnqioaed of tho eouiill f Monme,
MeMInn, l'olk and Melg. In the next (lenoral AascnUy
of Tennessee. Klecliou Hd of Augimt next.
Jf7- We sro aulhnrlied and requested to snnnnnes
JAS. C. CAItl.Oi'K, K.. as cioull.hile to represent
McMinn county lu the lower brunch of next Is-Uluture.
tW WesrenuthorlaiKt lo snnounce JNO. K. 1'OWKIt
asHO.mili.liOo for Joint llepresenlatlre, from the Dia
Irlet cooipoaed of the counties of McMiun, Meigs sud
l'olk, at the ensuing August election.
"" We are authorised to announce Col. Js. Ilirssv,
of l'olk county, (formerly of MeMInn,) as a candidate
for Urlgsiller llonurnl Slh llrlgada Tenneso Milltls.
The llrig:ide it composed of the counties ot Rosns,
Monroe,. McMiini, l'olk, and Uradley. .
Old More, I'lrers, and all eruptions nd rtls
eae arising from an Impure or deprnved slate of ths
blood. aVa ihe extraordinary cure of Win. . Ilsrwoo.1,
a highly respeetahle cltls-n oi Itlehmond. Vs., by Car
tor's Spanish Mixture. He had ulcers ami sores of the
worst description, and finally got o had, he wna unahl
to walk exrcpl on erutehca. A few hollies of Carter's
Spanish Mixture, the great blond purifier, cured Mm, as
It has cured hundreds of others whs hare suffered with
rheuiontlsm, bad effeta of mercury, and pains and ul
ceri of the bonos and jouila. See advertisement. Jt-lrn
It would hanlly doTor any one to hare ths teraerlty
nawa-ilirs to question the exoetlencn of Dr. Ilooflnnd's
Oeriusu Bitters, which are prepared he Dr. 0. M. Jnek
son. In rosea of dyspepsia, lleer eoniplaliit, and do
rauteinelft of the digestive organa, their many rlrtnea
hirre long sUice born made plainly apparent. They
purge from the system the morbid humors which retard
the natural functions, and bring paleness In Ihe check,
and suffering to the brow. They baelsh those clogs
uno" happiness, rnd reitoii liis system l b'(h health,
rOlHTII DAT OF JI LT, 1855 I
AT KNOXVILLE! .
Passenjjers will le conveyed on the
East Tcunessee Georgia Hail Raad.
Tickets .'od for the 3d, 4th aud 5lli days
of July, and to bu lud al ths following
From Dalton to Knoxville and return,
.Vnrnell's. - "
III tin Spring u
County Line "
On the 4th nil Accommodation Train will
run from Knovville to Loudon nnd lock
crossing and having a fine view of the Urid'e
at Loudon. Tickets fur this excursion will
be -ft leach.
That aniplv arrangements may be made for
the aceoiiiinodalion of nil, it is very desirable
that Tickets for this Excursion and lor l'as
sage to Knoxville mid back from the 3d to
the lh, be procured at an early day, so that
some correct idea may be hud of the number
ol Cars nccccssary to be provided.
Tho Mail Train u illruu the regular Sched
ule. Passengers failing to procure Tieketa of
Airont at Depots wil be charoed the regular
fare. It. C JACKSON, Superintend nt.
Otlice K. Telin. & Ga. Rail Road, )
Athens, June 27, 1855. . i;
Br. JIcI.mu'H I.tver Fill). When the pro
proprietor of this luvulunble remedy purchased it oTltHI
inventor, there waa no intdicine' which deserved the
iiHiue. for the cure of Liver aud Billious coniplsluts,
nolwltlisliindiug Ihe great prevalence of these diseases
In the L'nlleil Suites. Iu the South and West particu
larly, where the pitttcnt is frequently unable ts obtHiu
Ihe services of a regular physician, some remedy wns
required, at once sofe and i-lfectunl, and the operation
of which could in .. wise prove prejudiehd to Ihe con
stitution, 'l liis medicine Is supplied by ur. McLane'a
Liver Fills, ns tuts been pruved in every lust Alice in
which It has had a trial. Always beueftelal, not a soli
tary instance has ever occurred In which Its effects
have been injurious. The liiventlun of an educated and
distluguilied physician, It hits nothing iu common witli
the quae itisurumi Imposed upon 'he public by ahulluw
pretenders to the medical art. Experience has now
proved, beyond a doubt, that l'octor McLune's Till Is
he best remedy ever proposed for the Liver Compl.-iint.
1'tirchuHer will be careful to ask for Or. J'ise'e
C'lrltmt.il liptir Mitt, and take none else. There ore
other Tills, purporting to be Liver I'illa, now before the
public. J)r. M'Lano'a Liver Pills, also his Celebrated
Vermifuge, eon now he had at nil respectable lrug
Store In the l'uited States aud Canada.
For sole by I'. II- Keith A Co., Athens; J. A, & C. W.
UuFvix, MadiswiviUe; aud by one Agent ia every town
in Tenuessee.. June 15
Sloan's OhTtiueut. We would call attention
to the advertisement in our columns, of tills Popular
nnd truly Omit Itmuily. We have witnessed Its ex
traordinary virtue In a variety of obstinate cases, nnd
have heard of many cures It has performed, that really
appear incredible, were they not testified to by persons
ol vcraciiy. r'or obstinate oht sores of every Mud,
tresh wounds, burns, corns, sure nipples, or broken
breasts, It has uo cpial. And lor piles it is warranted
to cure every ease, uo runlter of how long standing, or
oow horribly the pulient may be afflicted.
ce iiluuu's udvertiscrueut iu uuoiher column.
RtciiMuxn, Canada West, Feb. 8, 1S53.
Mr. James Granger Dear Sir : liuring the last six
years.l have been a great sufferer from Kheiiluatisin.
In the cold weather, especially, my disease rnged with
almost insupportable vollent-e. I have tried Ihe multi
tude of nnstrumsprescrihud by iny friends and acquaint
ances, but without any permanent relief At very great
expense, I employed medivul aid. I remained many
months under the ehurge of the best reputed hi our vi
cinity, but hut found n belter success. I had recourse
to the most skilful practlltioners iD lteltville and Kings.,
ton, but my hopes were again prostrated, 'ineensewas
considered Incurable when at last, as one given up to
die. I hint lain nearly three months suffering extreme
agony and unable to obtain relief from any quarter, I
wns recommended to use n medicine called Jreds
AftiMttinff l.iniiiunt, to bo fouud at your drug store.
Though 1 had never heard or such a medicine, such was
the state of my case that I resolved lo try il. The effect
seemed scarcely credible to myself, yet it was so. The
pains left me entirely, aud after spending more than one
hundred dollars lu cosh, and sulTeriug more than I would
have thought it possible for man to suffer nnd survive,
one doihr'i worth of the .Mexican Mustang Liniment,
manufactured by A. 0. llr-igg A Co.. has completely re.
stored me to health, should there he any one suff-riig
from this terrible disease. I Iwpe that so simple, easily
applied and eflleaclnua a remedy as this Liniment may
be wlthlu your reach.
yours, very truly, " 8amif.i. Haldwis.
For -Me lu Alliens hv Wa. Tll'llV-v In Calhoun bv B.
F. MAHT1N; in Charleston by JAS. II. 1IAIS. - fjune g
In Polk County, Tcnn., of Consumption, Jonx II.
Born, sged 24yefirs.
The Scythe of time cuts down the young as well as tho
old, and uduionishcs us all to prepare to die.
A M i. fit Mnrkcf.
Augusta, June 2.V
8. P. 'Iron, Ksq., rcar fir: flnce my last report
there has been hut little animation In our Produce
Market in any article. Huron Is In only fair request nt
Kle ffn ltl! for hog round: lu ffMl for good average par
cels Hams extremi-s belne V fr I'i, at which soqie Is
aellinit; Sides HH' tf tie; Hhnul.h rs 9H Tn Vc: I.ard
41 M I'.'Ve. Our Hi ef and Pork market Is finely stocked
wllh good grass fed Beef anil small Hogs; few selline nt
A it, Ic latter 7 ff TVje; Sheep ..VI per head; Wool
has advanced and is now worth IS rrp2ttc.a perqnnlity;
recent antes good Wool UO' tfp 'i'ic, (Jottnn ponds have
ndeoneed If per cent; Osniihurgs are worth 9y o Wc;
Assortrd jeans 15 fl toe; Corn is selllnr In sacks at
l.i'l ffft 1,W but demand confined to cltv use, prices
looklngilnwn; Oat W Q sue; Meal sjl.20 (ft ,80; Wheat
Is coming slowly and na yet our rales nre ue-nlmil;
Choice While would ronimnnd and tin lied f I ..Ml
0t l,(!u. Our market will offer great Inducementa-thi
season to the shlpners of Wheat and Flour; Flour partly
made from old Wheat is selling at fin fh 13, in
bids, ahd-saine rate In sick; m:ide of new wheat ft8
fffl I4; Stork Pens s)t JKt d I.SU; nry PnPC,.
at II (ii He; Beef llnnis dried 10 l?h We; Venison do 111
(31 12.". Festhsrs 5 (Bi t'e; May I..V(f4 l ,T5; Beeswax
21 l!h Butler S If WV; Fees 14 (fs Irtc.
KxcuaSoi ou the North ( fl rent, premium.
Vours, very truly,
J. A. AVSI.FV.
CommlMicn nnii Prwlnin MeirJmnl.
AxusTt, June 2.V
We hnllce your remarks In your Inst Issue, shunt the
quoted price of wheal In our reveiew of last week, which
wna Silo per bushel. I' slinntd have been IKIOSI per
bushel. nt these prlcea several thousand bushels hare
been enrsped for delivery In July next, engsgements
have been made nt high" prices and many below It,
will recede to 7V per bu. In a few weeks; Bacon, re
quote at 1le (fn 1tVfc p rth Ime round; Hides 12 (fr
l.'Ve nor lb; teird dull 11V fll lie; Stoek light; Flour
dull per bbl.; Corn l per bu.; Meal d1,10 whoh snle.
Kxch'Sok i'lfhl drafts nn New York t; Augusta,
Charleston and Savannah H V cent. prcm.
mno A ABROTT,
General VmmitiMion .lfrooinfs.
Macos, Juno 2.1.
Transictlons for tb pat week light, wllh stocks of
Bacon. Lard and Flour moderate sales limited, pi-lees
llACOs.hnf round, wllh clear shies, in'j" ff lie; clear
sides 11 H Co i hams II (A 1 1 v,e; should, !)'
Inc. t.tun, stocks -noderaic. 11 0i 11 Vein bhls. V.mi.
dea limited, 1.W fi tett. !T.. sales limited
7. ft Su. PA, sales llmlled, 1.fni 4 I1.7.V Mc.it.
sales limited (fh 1,4n. Ftnen, sopcsflne, per
sack, .f (f 8 5h; extra line S ffo .os, sack.
FaiTitraa, dull, I tfh ie. II at. good Tennessee. IVI
fn AI,75 10 ewt,' llnrras. good article IS G Jlc
Corrwi, l!lo,flrm, I2sf f 1e- fmn. New Orleans l.','
O c. Vis.ssskx, in hnrrels. ST (f4 4.1c.
KxciiAXUSOu.New York V Voeul. prem.
AI.I.KM h PI'SLAP.
" OynoniMion .VwhtinUVttcmt. (,',t.
I L peraons In.lehied to us would Uo well to come
forward snd make jiavment Immediately, We
must have our business settled up. After August Court
our Notes and accounts will all be placed In Ilia hands
of an officer for collection. Fo eome up and save coats.
JimeW MCSI'.UIDE.I A HOltTON.
. Decatur Academy.
TMIK Trustees of Decatur Academy talte
1 pleasure in inforniiiip; the puhlie (teue
rally that they lniv seonied the servieoa of
T. J. Capps, who is Krs.l ua te of East Ten
nessee University, and whose written testi
iiionials entitles us to reenmmend hiin as every
way qualified for the huiinesi of teaching.
TMm or mmox.
Readinir, '.Vritinj and Arithmetic 14.00
Kniflish JSeicne J5.00
Lanituatres and Higher Mathematiei $7,ft0
Hoarding can he had on moderate terms.
The session will commence on tho 23 J of
Uy order of the Board,
JOHN R. KEIL, Chairman.
June 89, 1835-tr 863
- nrp ofOoltxmbl.
now have the Largest sod Ust a
I T sortiuent of this CcUhraletl Music
Cook wa have ever had.
C F. T. P. G1RSOX.
PoplarHi 1 Academy,
FOR MALES AND FEMALES,
ncNioa Ceuatr, Tcaa.
'piIE Fourth Session of thu Institution will
L open ou Monday, J air 2SJ next, and
close on Friday lh 2 1st Jay of December
atl or TomoN. ' '
1st. Class Orthography, Heading Wri-
tin and Mentnl exercises, f 5,00
2d. Clast Ueot;rapliy, Euglitk Gram-
war and Arithmetic. $7,00
Sd. l laaa Natural Philosophy, Chem
istry, Logic, Rhetoric aud Mathemat
ics,. ' $10.00
Contingent fee in advance. $0,25
Tuition charged from date of entrance till
the close of the session, and no deduction
for loss time, except in ease of protracted
sickness, hoarding can bu had its private
families near the School, on moderate tei nis.
J. U. BARB, Principal
June 211. 1S55 tf. 2i:t
( liuiiccry i ourlut Altsena.
Uriah Deutun, adiniitietrator of Geo. W.
Hale, deceased, .
. -. - - vs. "-'
The Creditors of the said O. 'W. nale.
r"II K account ordered in this cause at the
L Febi uary Term .f the Court 1855, will lie
taken at the Master's otlice in"nthens on the
Ibth day of July next, at which tint the
parties c-au attcud with their proof.
Wm. LO WRY, C. it if. .
June '19. 1S.1S St l'r'sfee? ) MAS
Cliuaiccry Court at Uoculur.
W. W. Lillard, II. M. Lillard aud E. W.
IX this eanee it appearinsr from an allega
tion of the Bill that K. Y, King is a uon
resilient citizen of the State of Tennessee, it
is therefore ordered that publication he made
in th Athens Tost a newspaper published In
tne town of Athens, McMinn County, Tenni s-,
see, for four -consecutive Weeks,- requiring
said noii-iesidetit resHiideiit to appear a:
our next Court, of Chancery to be held nt the
Court House in the town of Decatur, on the
2d Monday of September next, then and there
to answer Complainant's aforesaid Dill or
the same will he taken as confessed as to him.
and set for hearing accordingly,
G W. MCKHNZlV; C. A Jf.
" l'er W. L Mt'IuNLKY, d. c. A M.
June 29, l5j 4t 1'rsfee $3 ; 53
W. W. Lillard, U. il. Lillard, K W. King,
J. Ii. Dogi;ess, and S. M. Hoggeas.
TN this cause it- appearing from an allega
tion of the Bill tl;nt llespondeut I!. W.
King is a non resident Citizen of the State of
Tennessee, it. is theivforo ordered that publi
cation be made in the Athens Tost, a news
paper piibliehed . iu the town of Athens,
McMinn County, Teunese, for four nieces-,
vive weeks, requesting sjaid non resident 'res
pondent to appear at our next Court of
Chaiicei y, to be held at the Court House in
the town of Decatur on the 2d Monday of
Scptcinhei' next, then and there' to answer
Complainant's Bill, or the same will be taken"
as coiit'eseed as to him, and get for hearing
' o. w. MOKKSzin, c. a m.
Per W.L . JlcKiNi.KT, . a A m.
' June 29, lUfiS 4t IVs fee 3 S
Bloody-Flux,. Dyson-cry, Diar
rlioa & Cholera! .
'PHK above disorders, o prevalent in this
L country, can all be cured by the Griefen
berg Dysentnry Syrup, y, hich is sold for only
00 eeiit s per hoi lie'
CUTS, Bb'HXS, SWELLING:; 0U INFLA
MATI0N, eil her external or internal, cured
by the Grfefoubcrg Green Mountain Ointment;
pi iee 23 cents per box better than any Lini
ment or Pain Killer for it gives iustant relief.
Filling of tin U'mili and all other diseases
tre promptly cured by Mtii'shnlJ's L'tsmnk
CaTiioucos price reduced to (1,80 per bottle,
the only remedy that lias yet leeu discovered
that reaches the above complaint. '
TIHCGIt.'EFEXlU:nG VEGETABLE 'ILLS
nre pronounced the very best pills in the
world; 100,1100 boxes nru sold every year in
Tennessee price 'JO oent.
These and all other Giu-feuberg Medicines
arc for sule by
W. Bl'JtNiS, Athens; B. F. Maiitix Si Sox,
Calhoun; Vat'uiiN 4 I'icklk; Sweetwater; W.
L. WuirK, Loudon; O, Cankon, Mndisonville.
ALEX McKF.NZIK, Nashvillle,
Juno 29,'o.r 3m H53 I Gelieral Agent.
, Holland & Rawlins,
WHOLKS.tLI AMD HETAIL DKILKKS IX
Uardvare, Cutlery, Saddlery, &c,
-sTiOL'NTRY Merchants, Jle-lianics, Sad.llers, and
sLv lluildura will find here a lnr!e soick of lioods at
prices that will compare favorably with the Northern
market. Orders promptly attended to. Juuclft-oiu-'iM
LciiUicr Machine Bellini?.
TfJATENT riveted, stretched and cemented Leather
il .Machine lleltiiiR Oak and Hemlock Tanned all
widths, from I to 24 Inches, of our own manufacture and
of warranted quality, suitable for Cotton factories, Ma
chine Shops, tlina, Threshers, Humps, ie,, 4c. A larsro
assortment alwuys on baud and for sale lu iiuuutltics to
At the Siuldlerr Warrhawcl ol
HIIKKMAN, JKSSt'P CO.,
241 Broad elreet, Aususta, (ienrgla,
IIAKKAL, NICIIOW CO..
Cor. Mcetlnit and II a. el streets, Charleston, S. 0.
June IIMm-KM '
IIIF.UICIJV forewarn nil persons from
trading for a Nols of hand exeeuteil by me
to Jacob Wedge, twelve monlhs after date,
and dated about September, in the year 1854,
which Note I am determined iiot lo pay, as
I have never received value lor. the same, and
s:iid liledise is a violator of his covenant ill
said contract. '. T, L. STOUT.
Morgiint-on, June 8, 1855-lit ' Mol-
. By Authority of tin Slat of Georgia. .
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
Unind s c li o ni e for July,
CLASS V. ' ' "
To be drawn July ltd, l55,la the city of Atlanta, Qa.,
when I'rltes aimuiiitinn to
- ' 0 fS O , O O O
Will be distributed according- to tho following maimlA
cent Scheme 1 And remember every l'rlse drawn at
each Drawing, aud paid wlicu due wllliout deduction I
u ,.' S.llliO .
i, , S.IXKI
' "' , LfHSI
' I, WW
" (lof 1,1100 .wo
In sll 4"8 prises, amounting to 3,00ti
' Tickets S Halves and Quarters 111 proportion.
- llills on all solvent Hunks at par. All communica
tions strictly confidential.
H.IUt'L bVYAN, Agent and Manager,
April 21-811 Atlanta, ileorgla.
- Cnlhoiin nnd Chnrlealon
3VI nsjonlo Intltute,
r iHitlra aud foniules.
FWIIE next S-sslon of this Institution commences od
X Mo.iriay, June 'Jftth.
TVrms, utr month, pnyabU on-haf
in urfr tnoe.-
Primary Department 1700
Junior Class .10 00
mnlor " Mil
Contingent Fee ftO
Stuilents entering lbs first week of Ihe session may
enter for one-halt session. All who enter after the first
week must enter till the end of the seslon. No deduo
lion Is made for Inst time except In cases of protracted
sickness. Hoard may be had In either town or vicinity
al reasonable terms. Vacant rooms may also be bad
wliers young men may board themselves. -
Charleston, June o-2m . U. 0. I1KY WOOD, Tr'pl.
eTu-tst rioooivocJ, .
( f LHA Java Cotfe'e ;
.)Uw S0i0 lbs. Kio do.;
J00 lbs. Crushed Muyar; '
100 " Oiirneeas Indigo;
100 " Star Candles ! '
80 ." Dupoiil' llifle Powder;
60 ' " '' Blitstiiig do.r
ia 1 lb. Cana Eaule . do.;
200 gallon No 1 Uolden Syrup ;
All of which will ba sold as usual, at the
tery lowest rt'Icea.
Jun 6 K 0. nORTO.V 4 CO.
Clear Spring' High" School,
Fr Jlistra and I rinali-a.
rtriUC 8cvnlt rV-ssiua at this Iustlluuua will cam
JL saeuca on Moaday, July ttitli, nut
rrsu sw Snaui "ft aaaf. payabtt at Us ttaa?
' af'lk S mmio :
, .! Urlllne IS 00
r.i..i.. Arithmetic aVit livoflnuliV S l
X.itlKnialies ana Natural Bcwsu-es.
No stuJeui aJiulttol K" h- aalf sesaion,
and do deduction tor loat.tiuui except iu case of I'rovi
Boardinii can b. lad l la. neifMwrfcrjsd ef Ui.
tVhool at a reasonable price. B. f. HALE,
Juno S. loii-Sm-aW - PriBciyal;
j vs. sat XXoooi-siT'oci,
I. BS. best Brown Migltr ;
' 30 sack Kio Colleo ;
jnn .,ld Mulaaaes:
51 boxea Star Caudle.
jue is A. CLF.ACi; A CO.
SOUTUCRV MILITARY ACADEMY
T . .- t o r" y.
(V AI'TBOKITY OS' TIIK Till ALtBAUA.)
CUSDCCTKD OS MS HA YASA i'LA.V.
(3r r Aud Soho m oi!
10,000 Auuibcm! 40S l'rizeal
To be drawn the 13th of Inly.
And retneinl'er erery Prise Uraan at each Drawing, and
paid wneo uue wituoub aiKouut i
Prlia of... -,
.. ! ai
nrlsea In all amounting to
Tickets at Halves ami M"""era in pruportiou.
Hills ou all solvent Banks Uiten st iar.
All communications strictly con&lential.
bWAM. Asreiit and .slanaeer.
t&igu of the llronse Lions,
July 14, 15M tf-30 lotlouirjf, Ala
BV U. A. fc J. A. TIBRS.
")svr0 pains will be spared to promote the comfort of
XS" ftuests. - The Table will ne sprean witn me oesi ine
uiarliel affords. It is our determination to make the
"Oeoee House" equal to ths best lu lb country, (live
us avail. ' atajr U-ly-trW
Entst Teniieaiee & Gcorgria llail Itoud.
I.. E I.A.0, Proprlt lor,
ESI'KCTFULLV Informs the tnivellns; pulillc ttiat
BaV lie has opened a Dinner House near ihe new De
pot, la LVeetiind, for llie benefit of travelers on the
Knst Tenueasee and Ueoryia Unlf Itond. where lie .will lie
pleased In serve all who luuy call on him with tlie best
I lie country affords. Cleveland, June 1-11-343
DR. JAS. CUCKXLR,
IN l'elui'i'ing Ins thanks lor the very liberal
patronage lie has already received, would
respectfully iinnnmiee to nil who inny need
the aid of a Dentist, that he is well uviai'ed
to execute all Work iu the various bin tie lies
of his profcsnioii. Oeiieriil snl.isfaetinn will
be kivcii, bo ill iii pi ices and style of work.
Kicevill Teiiu., Mny 25, -I i5 ly SH8'
AND lsCALMt IX
Agricultural Implement and flatMnery
No. liDroftdwiy,..., MIW YUtK.
KKTOIIL'M'S Mmritiff' Mavhinro, Uity Vr,
in IIors t'ntinitorii, $t.-tnn iUtttrr,
Oh'ii Shrlhrnt iritpi'r, Hor I'&wtn and TVivwura,
Orniihttwi Tii'rJtfitrauuU H'ltuwwnr$ttind vthtr AffH
cultural Mui-Mntt, intty 1 5-1 1-47
Athens Foundry Ware-Room,
!x t sloor to 'I't'iiocsKoe lliiiik,
'sK'STllKKE i. kept constantly on hand and for sale,
M Cooking and.other Hloves, Hollow Wure, And
liens, ic, and all kind of Tin Furniture. We are also
prepared to till urders for SioutiiiK,aud Tin Ware to
merchants and others, upon short notice and good terms.
Having engaged tm services of an excellent workman,
we are couhdent of gv log satisfaction,
may ll-U-:t4U '" Z1MMKKMAN' & TlIOM.tS.
KESrKC'I'FULI.Y inforuia the. cltiirtm of McMinn
county, ami the unhliutfein'iiilly, that lie will altem.
to the IMIiiig, PtirctmatiiifT, Hiid Kurwanlintt f ull khuU
of Produce. AUo, tn ordorlnpOood", !rocti iti,or nry
kind of .MnrliiiH-ry tli:it innybt: cnllutl Tor. lie ran iur
nUll M It In cry, unr)) m Thrvfliei , Heitpfrt, Muwtra,
Hfallt 8 nt) Htrnw Cutler., of any kind wiohcd, ut manu
facturer' nricen, frciirht mltU'd.
A froml lot of Threshers on ths wtiy nml tn arrive In a
fi-w tiny. AIko, one Cirrulur i'.iTr 31 ill and on Clover
lliilleron hind nnd for naif hy 8. K. KLKULIi.
AlhenH, Tenn., may ll-tf-slMfl
Ducklowii Copper .'liurN, '
fHHE aubscribLT luts purehane.Uhe property at the
Q. loot of Ct'pptr 11111, lucktown, lutely owm-d by
m, C. Murdock, nnd hni opened n Puhlie Houne. 1 1 in
arrangement. are ample to eiitt-rtain all who may call,
nnd he annureB tins public Urn I ki$ Table tihallbe nupplied
with the bent thu country atftirdti, and that no pa inn
shall be spired on hii purl to male all coin fort nble who
may give luui a cull, may ll-4ij J. 11. EDWAHIj.
O IT O O 33 XI I E m.
L II. & J M. CROW
TTJ KSl'KCTFL'lXV announce to the'puhllc tluit tjiey
S have now and will keep constantly on hand a geu
eral assortment of superior Liquors, which they will sell
low for cash, wholesale and retail. .
Also. Cheese, Crackers, Utiisins, Candies, snd every,
thing else that is good tn eatt . (march 2-tf
.11 !M Tobacco. A good article nl Rfl cents per
VrlW Two "lorao Vncl for ftlehy
a.1 Alliens, Junes H. K.
C i r l'.( "'ISf i A II I KfS. Cnrtdies, Almonds.
. I'ecaus, Oranges, luiuiis, &c-,' Just received and
lor sate ny apruuu a. I'LUIiis t HI,
KI'.Tr 1 1 1 T :l ! Is V I O HI f ' 1 1 1 I : M.
Three of these cclehrated lahor-savlng mauhiues
ou hand and for sule at manufacturers' -prices, hv
may 11 8. K. ltKKDKR.
tJIIK PKf.N. H 'jushcls Shoe Pegs just rroeked
?3 aud for sale. Apl 8 W. U. UKVNOI.LiS, Ueiilua.
'II'NT rorolvorl urtrl in Nfori. a large lot
fl of Cliirltled and llrown Sugar, Coff'-e, .Molasses and
flnefyrup, Soda, I'earl Sliireh,.inc Waah-boards, Paint
ed Tulis, liutler's Writing Fluid, Matches, flar and go
lar Candles, which will lc sold cheap for cash, hy
may 25 - U. W. HOPS.
mTKW BIIOTN AND XIIOFV If you' call
X H ami evaniine our stock which we are Just oH-niug,
we feel assured you will tint leave before buying a pair
of Hoots or Shoes. For ths Ladles, we have the best
Kid. Cair and Patent Gallera. For the UeiilkmcD, Kip
and Calf lloots: 11 out and (ialf Klines.
may 4 . C. K. T. V. OtllSOX.
F. A T. f. til HMIVN flue Hats have Just
arrived from the Nnrth, and Ihe stock lscnniaised
of the latest styles, such as the best Mole, finest Panama,
Oinse beautiful blaek s.eghiirus, and some which arc cull
ed Know Niahinif Hals. They have, In short, a rilurilete
nssnrlmcnt of Men's and Hoys' Hummer Hats, which they
will sell as cheap as any of iheir neighbors.' may 4
lira. MII.LET'UKI). received snd for
)Fsaleby apl ii KKV1.S A llliMJKIlcON.
Ilnllinar ( lotlia. '
WR have on hand and for sale a superior article of
Hulling Cluths, Nos. A. A. N. aud to.
Nov.W McEWKN A.(III,I,K.1'IK.
CM; A ICS nnd Tobnt CO. A large lo( of Cl
gjrs and Tobacco, from -the very finest to a lost
priced artlcle.Just rucclvcd by W. n. ItKVNdl.UC,
April l! - llentoii, Tennessee.
OIlRof that No. 1 Tlliurrn al the Farmers
llM. Cheap Htore. hy
V. F. T. F. (tllliflN.
ilLJ I.T I SALT ! Tnew and snundTiarrTls Vir-
75 glnln Bull, received aua tor sale Dy
W. (i. linitTOM t CO.
HrllVIM' TOIIArCO, a fine nrlfcle, and
Segars, for sale by apU A. CI.EAOK A CO.
CI.M'IJ A lot of Ceth Thomas' celebrated
Clocks Just redelved and lor sale low. Persnds
wishing to get a good Clock at a reasonable price now
have ami opportunity of dolug an. 'll seem before
they are all sold. W. !., IIKVMH.Im,
April J Ileiilon, Tennessee. .
SFI-:TV I'lM'. A good lot of Taps snd
Thread Fuss on hand snd for sale low by
April W. II. IIKVN0L1).-, llenton, Tcnn.
SIHIKTIIII "HWi-Just recelred, flne
French Worked Collars. Ildkfs, Veils, 'nder Sleeves,
Una 811k, Fancy Kid snd Lisle Thread fllores; Him, Cash
mere and Cotton Hose; fientlnmen's fine Kid, fllk and
Thread Oloves; "lilrl Collars) lldkfl; fine Paris, "panlsh,
llonr-stlck and Palm Leaf Funs largest lot ever brought
to Athens. At marHO RHIIOItN'ri.
ITAriTAI. Hlnlfrlsslsi nml 'I'rtola. flnld
I J? Folli Uporge "old! Porcelain Teeth; fine Pints
Work; Excavalor.. Pluggcrai Ihirsj Files, 4e., Just re
ceived and for sals by niarflo BEU0UN.
ISI AKO l-'OII I I', A good bart-aln. Apply
to march s'J ' W. II I' UNA
" f 'NT llncu'lTfill" "' sale, a lot if Conner's
P H.led Iron) alss, aflrst rats article of No. I )hew.
lug Tohaoco, by - . A. P. BRAtiroiin,
Feb. it..- Illceville, Trim,
tJ A I.T 1 n I.T T-HO bbls. King's Bait, osl re
J5 eelved and for sale by
April II " KRVf-.rr jlBVlirrflftoST"
ss- inll'S lOTf"FTSl. A beautiful lot of Hon.
I A nets f hs lateat styles, Just recelred and for sals
low. Ajl W. 0. urV.NOLW, Bcntou.
For tit eomalett tnrt nf I'oimht
Mta, Auluita, iiroHckitU, tioitt
mnd nil othrr complaint Unit; iu
'A 'A 'm $
gftlllS preparatla Is gelling Into ut all ever aur
M. counlry. Ths unnwrwau teUart w receive trans
uur various agents, lufusaiing us of cures ellecled in tbeir
Immediate neighborhoods, arrant us in sayiug il is ona
of the best. If not the very best rough nieilkiiit ih be
fore the public. It almost Invariably relb-vea aud not
unfreuuciitly cures the very warn caas. W ben ail ether
cough preparations. bare failed, this has retlvvcd the pa
tient, as Druggists, deslers in medicines, and Fbysiciaua
cau testily. Ask the agent lu yeair nearest sewn, v-l.al
hjj bren his axps-rieuce of Uie eflecu sd ll. aitdwiiie.
If he has been selling it fur auy length at liui lut U1
tell vou it m tf bfM -aWlcs'a vrUmt.
Ik-low we giv a few el tracts from letters we have re
ceived lately regarding tlie virtues of this medicine.
lr. 8. 8. Ueliu, of KuoxvUle, Oa., saya : I bsve
aslng y.air Liverwort and far eiy extensively lo my
praclioe for Ihrtsr years pal. antl, il Is lib pli-aur I
stale my belief iu its suwiioriiy over all ether articles
with abicb 1 am acquainted, for which It is recommended.
Messrs. Fiiisrerald A Heuners, writing Jrcm Waynes
Tllle, N. V., say: The Liverwort and Tar ia becoming
dully UK.re popular in this country, and we think Justly
so. ' All who hare bried it speak lu commendable terms
of it, and sav it is very beneficial in alleviating the com
plaints har which It is recommended.
Our Agent in Pickens District, 8. C, 8. R. SIcFatl, as
sures us "that be uses It with great beiicul in bis nan
family, and rerom mends It lo (lis neighbors." He giies
au Instance of a Negro wunian, In his vicinity, who had
been auuVriug with Uiseasa of the Langs for yrnra. at
tended with sever cough, who out relieved by Ihe Uv
Hitch are-4lie god reports we hear of this medlclua
from all parts ..f tba 8outlr. For a report of the sur
prising cures It-has performed Western and Northerly
aud F.isteru flutes, we would invite the suffering patient
to read the putnphlet which accompanies each bottle
To all, we say, Shi e Ao, At' Ave
. . TRY THE NKDlCINEt!
BE WA11NK1) IX S HAS OX! II
And neglect not that cough which la daily weakening
your constitution. Irritating your thrual and lungs, and
luviliug on that dread disease. Consumption, when so
saotklng and Healing a remedy cau bovbiaiued as Dr.
lingers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar.
lienors of Counterfeits and Base Imitatiousl
Tlie genuine article is signed ANnaifW UuuKkS, ou lb
engraved wrapper around each botile.
Price, $1 per Irattle, ur sU bottles for s)S. 8ol,l whala
sale apd retail by 8COY1L 1 MKAT),
' 111 1Auy'sf.,M.fVnV nnd St. ijmU.tf. 0.
Sole .Agents for the Southern 8tates, t whom all or
ders aud applications for Agencies must be addressed.
.sold al-o hy P. II. Ksith k C; Athens; Cow.lt t IIaH
Mmn, Charleston; W. II. Ca.iiuvii.ni, t'leveland; Miass
MiKjvt, llenion; J. A. k C. W. t'orrw, MsdisonvHIej
and ageiits iu vvei-y town iu the 8tate. June 1-vm
Itn WAIIIIAIVTN WA"ITI-:. I sn
A to buy a few I .ami Wnrrnnls.jiiid will give Ihe hll
cst uinrket price for tlieai in vuah. 0EO. Vi. ItO.-S.
IP ik ixs. ily Zlouiedioai
IUKI) under the seal, sancllon and authority of Ihe
University of Free Medicine and Popular Knowledge,
chartered hy the Hinte of Pennsylvania, April VVt 1SA8
with a cnpiial of Hhi,i.i, mainly for Hit- purpose of ai
resting the evils of epuiious nostrums, also for supply
ing the community with reliuble remedies wheuevcr a
competent physician cannot or will not bo employe-,
have purchased from Dr. Johu It. Hvwaud.biscciebratid
li0ivanrs Tonic fixture,
Known for upwards of twenty. live years as the only
sura and safe cure for Fever nnd Ague, io., aud bis lu
gstiinabie remedy for Ilowel Coiuplnius,
ItoMund'at'oinpoiiinl Nt i uuol Illack
which highly approved and popular remedies, together
with Uie University's Itetnedy for complaints of tho
Lungs, the University's lleimaly Tor Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion; the Vuiversity's Hemerty for Cosilvo llowels;
also, the University's Almanac, may he had at Iheltrancb
Dispcnutory, or store of U. W. VMii. may lS-fjui
. I'linuccry Court ut AlUcuJ.
L. M. btnusbiirj ami wife, nnJ utlierey
rcnrsoiiKlliott,Joliu lluirold, I'orncy Ciisteet.
M.irt is Cuslccl, ttud Johu Jucksuii mid wifo
Mary. - , .
IT itiienriiii; tYiun tlio nil. -gnl ions of the bill
tins Itai nov CnstDul, Morris Custccl, fititl
Jiilm Jneksoii nnd wife Mni v. nre uon resi
ilouts of- tlio Stnlo of TiMiiii'ssce, it is ordered
tliut I'til'lieiitioii be niinle in tlie Alliens I'ost,
h imwspnper jiublislied in the town uf Athens,
fur I on i' sueet'ssive weeks, requiring suiil tion -resident
defendants to ni enr ut our next
Court of ('hiineery, to be held ut the L'oiirt
hiitise in the town uf Athens, on the ild .M un
ci nv of August next, nnd rdcad, answer or de
riiiir ti'umiluiiiniils sniit bill, or the eamo
will bo tuken for coiifeFsed as to them, aud
set for hearing aecoriliiii-lv.
, . . W.M. I.OWUY, 0. at- if.,
liv Wane I.OWUV, v. c if.
. June 8, 1555 it jiis fee t.1 850
Chancery Sale of Land.'
Dtivid Crocket, Kxeculor of 'John Crocket,
uud kelson Crocket,
IJL'USltAXTloa decree of Ilia Chancery
Cun t nt Athens, had in this cause at Ihe
February term, lK5fi,4 will sell nt the Court
house door in Athens, nt public outcry, to the
highest bidder, for cash in liftno, on I ho 21st
diiy of July next, tine undivided half Inl et est
in' Ihe Laud of thesnid John Crocket, in Mo
Minn country, on which lie resided nt the time
of hisrdeath, until the younuest child of Win.
Crocket, the eon of the testnlor aforesaid,
shall arrive at tho ng of twenty one veins,
nnd nt tho exiirnlii.n of that time ha, the
said .liimes Crocket, is'lo hnvo and enjoy an
undivided fourth interest in snid l.itnd;
nnd also, one midivided fourlh Inl'ie-t
in a eci tiiin .Triiet of Land w hich belong
ed to the estate of John Crocket, decensed,
and by him willed to the suid .lames Crocket,
and known as the dry riuartor, nml mid us
the properly of the' snid .Inmes Croekel, for
the satisfaction. of a debt due tho complain
ants, us per decree tf February term aforesaid.
. WM. LOVYUV, V. .(' J.
June 8, 18S5 tl prs feo f 5 , S-ID
rV0 lake chni)o of Decatur Academy, in
1 Decatur, Meius o.ninly, Tenii.who" enn
come well recommended, both ns ib rcKarda
fiialiticntioiis-and- pood niuraj ehnraclet', to
t liitiu A libeial salary will be given. Appli
cations should be iiinde soon.
JJy order of the Hoard of Trustees,
JOHN It. M-1L, Chairman. '
May 18, 1855-tf-8l7 '. ' .
Flouring Mills."; ,:
rIIrv subscriber respectfully announces tn
' I the puhlin llmt he has reoetilly rebuilt
i.i titi i u ' v ... it ... i...- :i... v . i.
na oiil.11 on r.iinLniiiuieo, tiu vv hiiic oerin
enst of Culhonu, Tcun., oil an entirely nov
and improved pluu, and is now prepared to
aceoHiuiudnte those who have Vluat ami
Coin to grind. Uo en a Kit ml any (jiinntily
on short notice, ami insures a line tiii n-out.
He specially soliuila the patrmiau nf stich
as desire a superior arliole of Flour for fami
ly use. lie is also prepared to erusli Corn in
the cob for stock, '.wid in - your (Irnin and
tr the Mills. V. 1. MoCLATCHKY. ,
June 16, lijflo-tf ' " ' 851
Valuable Laud for Sale.
11TRSUANT to n- decree of the Cirenil
Court of Monroe eniiiity, Tenu.. In eiisa
The petition of Mnmticl Douihet anil' others,
'. I anno T. Douihet and others, to sell Iniid,
I will, on ihe 1st day of Heptentber next, of
fer for snla on the jiremiies, situate in Mount
county, Tenn.,.ou tlie Tennessee Miver, 1
miles below Morgnntnn, a ralt.nble Tract of
Land, containing Three Hundred aud Finely'
tiyht Atres, more or less, known as the Douih
et old farm, and belmr the -same ou whinh
Samuel Doutliet, decensed, formerly resided.
A credit olVix mouths will beiven on ona
half the purchase inonev, iilid twelve inonlhe
on the residue, the piircnsergivinrt bond ami
approved security ami linn retained until
the purchase money It psid. .
' JOHN JloCT.Al.V, Com'r,
. Tiina i.v 1S5S 4t in's fee i & 851
Off for Kansas! .
BEING desirous of emljtrnting lo a belter
hunting ground, I now offer for sale my
FARM at O'rnrg'tw, Tinn. There is a gotul
b Dsrellinur and Hiunks House, a fruuie
hhop and Htm House, Htnblsw. ee npon ft,
I have no hesitancy in ssvitift that it ii lltn
most d'-slralilc iiropei ty io Kest Tenneasre for
n Merchant, a l'hvsiciaii, nr' a Lawyer, whi
wishes to farm also. Call and see the proper
ly and tl.e owner. M. A. Wool).
ueorgetowu, mwniiion r(ijiins i.i, isoo-oi
a ChaltanonL-a (iaiette will please eoy .
toauiountof i'i aud forward ucu'U " s .
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