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pHB subscribers) would reepeetfnlly an-
aoune to th citizens of Koin and ad
Joiuing counties, that they have erected at
ijondon. and hate how io full operation, an
Iron Foundry, and are prepared to receive
Ercry Dctrerlptlot. ml CasMstfI
They will keep constantly on hand different
rites and styles of Cooking Stoves, furnished
eomplete, such - the Howler State; Ashland
Kentuckian, Ac, cic; various size Parlor;
Nine Plata, Chamber, Office and Shop Stores;
TV.lloon Stoves; Front and Grates, for burn-'
in 4 coal, together with a general assortment
of Hollow Ware, consisting of. Washing Ket
tles; Pots; Pans; Skillets, Ae., Ac.; Waffle
Irons; Pre Dogs; Wagon Lfoxea; Iron Railing
of every doscription; Water Pipes, from one
inch up to any desired sire. They are also
prepared to execute alt kinds of GRIST and
SAW MILL CASTINGS, toother with the
well known Kilgore Water Whevl, formerly
manufactured at Athens.. This Wheel will
saw from 8000 to 6000 feet of Lumber per
day, and will grind from 10 to 15 bushels per
hour. Having hud considerable practical ex
perience in Mill Gearing, they natter them
selves they can give full satisfaction in any
work oidored from them. Also, the most im
proved Ploughs, right and "left hand mould
boards; Horse Powers; Tsiesheni; and in short
every thing in tliier line.
There is eonnected with the Foundry an
where all work can be fitted up in the best
manner, and with dispatch.
ty Old Iron and Copper, taken in ex
change for Castings.
GROVES & KILGORE.
N. B. All Patterns that will come into
general use will be made free af charge.
May 25, 1856-ly 843
New, Rich and Desirable.
w. ii. UALiiiaw
TS now receiving and opening a very desira
ble assortment of SPUING AND SUMMER
GOODS, comprising almost everything usnnl
ly brought to the market, such as Cloths,
Oassimers, Tweeds, Drap d'Etes, . Linen and
Cotton Goods of every description, Ves tings
of ditferent qualities and latest styles, Ao. Ac
A Urge stock of Ladies Press Goods, consist
ilia iu part ol Silk. De Laities, Beragea, Tis
sues, Lawns, Aluslinft, Ginghams, Prints in
great variety and of the latest style; Ribbins,
Laces, Edgings, Gloves, .Linen and Linen Cam
brie Ildks; and in fact every thing that is fine
and nice that a ludy may call for.
He also has a large and varied stock ot
READY MADE CLOTIUG, which he will sell
lit a bargain. -
Also, lints, Caps, Donnels, Boots, Shoes,
Illeached and Drown Domestics, Hosiery,
Hardware, Quoesware, Glassware, Ae.
He also keeps on hand a general assortment
of Groceries, Spices, Ae.
To. all of which he respectfully invitee the
attention of purchasers, believing that he
can offer as great inducements in the way of
nne, good and pretty goods, and low prices,
as anv other house in the market. Give him
a call, examine the asortment and judge for
yourselves. April 27-U44
A LARGE supply of Black and Cayenne
Pepper, Alnpicj, Pot and Pearl Ash, So
da aud Sulerntus, Oram of Tartar,- Cubebs,
Cork Screws, Bottles and Vials, Window
Glass 8 by 10 and 10 by 12, Franklin and
Oitv Glazier's Diamonds. Gum-Elastio Balls,
Kt.nrch Polish, Yeast Powders. Gentlemen's
Shoulder Braees, Spermaceti!,' Even a Gen
nine Crown Lancet.
A variety of Drugs and Medicines, Alcohol;
Oils Tanner's, Lard, Sweet; Lenther, Japan,
and Copal Varnish; Paints and lye-stuffs,
and almost every thing else.
Please call and examine, and see what you
want. McMun's Elixir of Opium, an imjwr
tant article. As I fun not nnme every article,
the public are invited to call and examine.
; WM. BURNS.
Athens, May 24, 18.15.
GUFiAT NOl'Tll l-'.HI IIKOTEDY.
Cholera, 1 FOR ALL 1 Cholera Morbm,
l)fa"rrliO!iiI ) OOff tl UiSCflSCS J ChoeraIn'fanUun
Also. Admirably adnpletl ls sunny Dla
cuatia of Fciimlni,
MOST ESPECIALL YPAINFVI.MENSTRPA T10N
The virtues of Jacob's Cordial are too well known to
require encomiums. ,
1st, It oures Hie worst eases of Diarrhoea.
Sd, It cures the worst form, of Dysentery.
8d, It cures California or Mexican Diarrhoea.
4tli, It relieves the severest Cliolic.
nth, It cures Cholera Morbus.
6th, It cures Cholera Infantum.
7th, It cures Painful Menstruation. , . .
' Slli, It relieves Pain In Hack and tains.
' Sth, It counteracts Nervouaness and Despondency.
1ntli, It restores Irregularities, ' '
11th, It dispels Olonmy and Hysterical Feelings.
. 11th, It's an admirable Tonlo.
A etc thort eatractefrom letter; Ttttlmonlale, e.
" I havs used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and have
found it a most efficient, and in my Judgment, a valuable
remedy." Hon. Hiram Wa.hs,
- Judge of Bupreme Court, Georgia.
"It gives me pleasure in being able to recommend Ja
cob's Cordial my own personal experience, and the
experience of my neighbors and friends around me, is a
sninclent guaruntee for me to believe it to be all that it
purports to bevls! 1 Bovxsuas ssasuT."
W. II. Uanaawoon,
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit..
"I take great pleasure recommending this Invalua
ble medicine to all ainicted with bowel diseases, for which
1 believe it to be a sovereign remedy decidedly supcrl
or to anything el.e ever tried by tut. A. A. Oiuldwci,
Deputy 11. M. of the Grand Lodge of Ueorgia.
"I have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, and this,
with all 1 henr about it as a remedy by those who have
tried it, induces me to believe It stands at the head or
every preparation of the kind, and 1 would recommend
Its use In the dlaease fur which it it compounded.
Mu.es (1. Donnurs,
' Cashier Bank of the State of Ueorgia, (irltlln.
"If there is any credibility in human testimony, Ja-
ran S VOmi.ll Hill., liniiu ,re-eiuni;i mi v.nrr
preparations for the cure of Dowel Diseases. From the
' mass of testimony In Its favor coming from all quarters,
It must be very far In advance, as a curative agent, of
most if not nil other 'patvut' preparations."
A. FLEKtxotCaioi. Marine and fire lua.Dank.flrlflln.
'This cflU-lent remedy la traveling -into- celebrity at
gal ling oonvnenrixtlnn wherever used." tiltorgia Jrf.
fenmwn, Mau ll'fa, ISM.
For sale by Win. Hums, O.'O. Vf. Ross, D. F. Sheltnn,
A. II. Wilson, and Chaa. Metcalfe, Athena; R. F. Martin,
Calhoun; K. P. Bloom, John Itenton, Cantrell a Co.,
Cantren"! X Itnadi; (Inllforil Ca n, Madiaonvillr-, N.
J. Spllltnan, Mt. Vernon; J.T.Jones, lliwassee; Chen
nutt A Wett, Philadelphia; Vaughn Plckel, Sweetwater;
II. T. Tipton, Four Mile Ilrnnch; -A. Il.l,awsnn, Chatata;
Thompson A Dvsnn, Cleveland; Jamea U. Ilaln, Charles-
.. .. SI I S, I V I 111.,. A " 11-o.ti... I,.. I. A If. .Pi
wee, 8ewe; J. It. Pugg A Hon, Mary vllle.
Yin, W. 111.18 A CO., Proprietors,
April WMy-Ait - Beekmau tt., New York.
e 1 1 1
. Valuable Lands for Sale.
f pilE undersigned, being anxious to remove
L SVeat, olfers for sale, for cash in hand, or
by the 1st of September, the valuable FARM
on which he resides, miles South bf Athens,
on the Stock Road to Georgia, containing
80BV -A-orora. about 220 of which
are in a high state of cultivation, the balance
Vautifiilly timbered all lying as level as
any valley farm of the same size in Enst Ten
niwtfe about UK) acres in Clover, 80 in fine
llnr.Ia Criu anil Tiinnthv meadow: with coin-
'. fortnble and convenient Buildings; fine W
. ter anil good voting Orchards. The Land all
enclosed except a few acres, lietter lenoing
will not be found 011 any Farm in the eounty.
Also, 24S Acres, lying four miles North of
Athona, adjoining the Lands of Charles Met
' ealfe and others, on the Stock Road from Ken
tucky to Georgia luo acres in a tine state of
ettlti vation ins land lying beautifully com
fortnble Huildings good orchards, and-the
, best of water. Those wishiug to purchase will
. do well to call on the undersigned, at hit real.
' Jonoe soon, as he ia determined to sell and a
' Lurgain can b had. M. L. PHILLIP
April 18. 1858 tf ' 84 ,
THF. SjiRl'AT niMOVl'KV.
ic. xioiiiiBnxojiT t
For rurltnaj; iha llsilr !
I -WOK many years It has a the object of deepest
study with chemists and others, to produce a fluid
rliat, applied to the hair, would rau.e It to ways and eurl
qual in beauty t ths nalaral earl. ' .
. T II Ii KIIOLtr.HIOIt
t. the onlv artlelsever o.r4 to the world that will ef
kKit thla nioet dValrabl object. Iwt three or four appll
ationa are nectaasry to curl II as much as may be de
sired, and for any length at time. From the many tre.
timonlali of theae who have used It, the subscriber does
not hesitate to warrant the KroUsrlon to afive satiafao
lion, at prove as revotitmenaled In all sa.
. T!iercrlie for making, Willi full dlrci tions for nte
will bo sent on the reevlpl of en dollar, post paid-
Tiit ingrevlMnts will not csal over It cents.
Direct I. r II. A. FIIFKWONT,
. April liKm-JU9 Wains, Trumbnll fo 0,
Tliresbers ! Threshers!
FAEMM8 and Uteri what contemplate pare Hail off
Threshers this season would do well to baud io
Uieir orders toon, or they will nolo abls to set the Ma-
ehloes out in time for threshing out lh next Wiwt
crop. 8. K. KEKDEK, Otneral Agent
Athens, march lS-tf fur lower East Tenuetaee.
JlTST received and for sale:
One 7 octave, 8 round corners. Iron plate.
One 6 " oct'l legs.
One? 4 round M curved less.
One ri octave,"! round corners, curved legs,
Two 7 octave superb Budolr, very heavy tone
inese rianos are irom tlie oldest and best
manufacturers in Boston and New Yorkare
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 exoelled. II. G. COOKE.
April 27-tf-844 ' .
Carter's Spanish Mixture.
The Great Purifier of the' IlloodI
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERClKY IS IT1
let Us Afflicted RtaA and Pomttr I
An Infallible Remedy foj Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheuma
tism, vosunaie uuianeous Kruptions, Pimples or Pot
wiet on the Face, blotches, Boils, Ague and Fever,
Chronic Bore Kyes, Ring Worm or Tettor, Scald Head,
Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Ktub
born Ulcers, 8ypbllltic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal
Complaints, and all Diseases arising from an Injudi
- cinut Use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity
of the Blood.
TV I IS great alterative medicine and Purifier of Blood
. is now used by tiiousauds of grateful patients from
all parts of the United States, who testify dally to the
remarkable cures performed by the greatest of all niedi
cities, "Ciana's 8hdui Mixtoss." Neuralgia, Rheu
matism, Scrofula, -Eruptions on the Skin, Liver Disease,
revers, mcers, uia Bores, anectiont ot tne Ktdueys,
Diseases of the Throat, FcmalcGoiuplaints, Pains-and
Aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily put to
flight by using this great and inestimable remedy.
For all diseaaea of the Blood, nothing hat yet been
found to compare with it. It cleauaea the ayatem of all
impuriUea, acts gently and elhctently on the Liver and
K idneys, strengthens the Digetton, civet tons -to the
Stomach, makes the akin clear and healthy, and restores
tne vunatitution,tnieeoiea oy aisease or broken down by
the excesses of youth, to iu pristine vigor and strength.
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than all the
cosmetlct ever uaed. A few doaes of Carter'a Spanish
Mixture win remove an sauowness 01 complexion, bring
the rotes mantling to the cheek, give elasticity to the
step, and Improve the health In a remarkable degree,
beyond all the medicines ever heard of.
The large number of certificates which we have re
ceived from persons from all parts-of the United States,
la the beat evidence that there la no humbug about It.
The preat, hotel keepert, magiatrates, phyaiclana, and
public men, well known to the -community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful edecta of this GREAT
Call on the Agent and get a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this .truly greatest of all
medicines has performed.
None genuine unleai signed BENNETT A BEERS, Ppo
prietora, No. Pearl street, Richmond, Va .; to whom all
order, for tuppliet and agenclet mutt be addressed.
And for tale by w, Biatis, and G. W. Ross, Athena;
B. F. Mastis, Calhoun: Kuxv A 80s. Charleston: Thomp-
soa A Dvsoa, Cleveland. - , may 4-1y-64S
New Goods! New Goods!
V. II. REYNOLDS,
IS now receiving a large and well selected
Stock of Spring and Hummer Goods, to
which he would respectfully call the atten
tion of his friends and the public generally.
Particular attention is Invited to his stock of
Ladies Dress Goods, which is unusually large
and attractive. His stock of Goods for Gen
tlemen's Wear includes almost everything,'
from the finest French Cloth down to com
mon Cottonades, which, together with a lot
Staple Goods, is not to be surpassed by any
eetnhlitthment in the country. He feels con
fident he can suit all persons wishing to buy
good and ch-sap Goods. mar. 2;t-tf-839
James' Neuralgic Liquid.
i n is most extraordinary Medicine, for
the cure of Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cramp
Cholic, Cholera-Murbus, Diarrhoea, Croup,
Flux. Sore-throat connected with Aearlet
Fever, Palna In any part of the Wuily, Asthma, Chilla and
Fever, Head-ache, Bruises and sprains, and tome other
diseaaea, it now for sale by
Wm. II. BALLKw.Atheua.Tenn.; W. T. Lows, Loudon;
Titos. Lewis, at Jatkaon't Store, Knoxville; A. W. Cot act,
Philadelphia; J. C. Vauohk, Sweetwater; J. M. Bath,
Charleaton, W. K.PlcxxssA Co., Cleveland; jASrssO.
And when we tay for the cure, we mean that for power
and efficacy to cum certainly and qnick, aome of the
above complaints, It aurpasaet any medicine (we think)
ever yet compounded. It hat never yet failed to cure
Cramp Chnllo in ten nilnutet; Diarrhoea and Cholera
Morbus nearly at quick, and for Flux nothing, I think,
ennnla it. It will pay all persona tuDering with Neuralgia
or Nervoua Weaknea to give thla a fair trial; they will re
joice that this Liijuied was ever discovered, and 1 now
most heartily Join with them, as It It the only remedy I
have found in twenty years to conquor this moat torment
ing dlaease. Full directions round each bottle. See
Brownlnw's Whig for details and testimony. 1 1 will tup
ply reliable agents with tmall uuautltlea. Price t met
bottle, caah, only. J. J. JA.MKS,
Feb. -ly Chattanooga, Tenn,
Jew David, or Hebrew Plaster.
F11HR great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain In
M. Side, Hip, Rack, Llmha and Jointa; Scrofula, King,!
Evil, White Swelling, Hard Tuoiora, Stiff Jointa, and all
fixed pnint whatever.
Where this Itnster It applied pain cannot exl.t.
It liaa been beneficial iibcatvt of weakneat, tuch as
Pain snd weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lame
neat, Affection of the Lungs iu their primary stages.
It destroys inflammation by perspiration.
James L. Uoyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, tea
tlllet that by Its use alone he wat cured of Hlteumatiam
u both of his kneet, of teveral years standing.
The following was banded ut by a respectable Physi
cian in Ueorgia:
. Moeart. Scovil A Mead Oenta i I have been ntlng
your Liverwort and Tar and Hebrew Planter very exten
sively In my practlee for three yean past, aud It It with
pleaaure that I Hate my belief in their auierinrily over
all other articles with which I aiu acquainted, for the
purpoare for which they are recommended. The He
brew Plaater, especially, it an universal panaeea for lo
cal pains. I have alan round it a moat excellent applica-
011 for Spralna and Bruiaes. It gives universal tails
Miction wherever uaed. S. 8. OSLIN. . D.
K nnxvllle. Ua., March 4th, 18S8. '
Beware of counterfeite and bate Imitatlnnt.
The genuine will In future have the tignature of E.
T.tvuin on the engraved label on the ton of each box.
' Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of
tuts article is m existence.
The genuine Is told only by ut, and hy our agents ap
pointed through the Booth and no pedlar ia allowed to
ell It. Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned
against buying of any but our regular agents, otherwise
they will hr imposed upon wlih a worUileaa article.
SCOVll, A MKAD, 111 Chartret at., New Orleant.
, Sole Ocneral Agenta for the Snuthecn States, to whom
all orders muat Invariably be addreaaed.
Sold aleo by P. II Khith A Co., Athena; Cowas A Ham.
Mnxn, Charleston; W. II. Craiumii.im, Cleveland; MwA
Mi.'Kamv, Benton; J. A. A C. W. Oorria, Maillaonvllle;
and agenta in every town in the State. Deo. 1, '04-ly
sucvJissrvu.r tkkatku by inhalation
, ur nai'iiA iai vapors, . ..
UVJOinMIV SET WAIIT ROSE, Iff. .
Fellow of the Royal Oollege or Phy.lcians, and for years
Senior Physician in the London Kuyal Infirmary for
Uiseaset of the Lungt.
IN the treatment of Consumption by Inhalation, 1
have obtained the rcaultt iirh warrant me In as
serting that It It now at curable at Ul.ea.es of the Stom
ach and Liver. ,
Breathing medicine directly Into the Lungs It certain
ly the ratiunal mode of attacking the disease, and like
many other great and beneficent discoveries, tt aeemt
atrange why tuch treatment wat not retorted to long
ago. VYIiera there It lire, there it now aaaured hope for
the moat aeemingiy hopeleat caaet, at throughout all the
ataget of tliia inaidinut diaeaae, the wonderful and he
niAcent eflccta of hta treatment are toon apparent. In
eases also- of Bronchitis, Aathma, Ae., the Inhaling of
powiiera and vapors has been eminently suceeasrul, and
to those suffering under any of She above named com
plaints, I can guarantee speedy and certain relief. I
have pleaaure in referring to DOT names, retldenti of
new ors stir neighborhood, who have oeen restored to
vigoroua health. About one-third of the above number,
according to the patients' own statements, were con
sidered hoprteat caaet.
The Inhaling Method It soothing, safe, snd speedy,
and oontlati in the admlnlatratlon of medicines In tuch a
manner that they ara eonveyed Into the Lungt In
the form ef vapor, and produce their action at the seal
of the diaeaae. Its practical success is destined to revo
lutionist the opinions of the medical world, snd ettab
II. h tiit entire curability of onntumptlon.
Applicant! will please stale If they have ever bled from
the Lungs, If they have lost fle-h, have a cough, night
tweata and fever turns what and how much they ex
pectorals, what the condition of their ttomach and bow
ela. The necetaary Medicines, Apparatut, Ac, will be
forwarded to any part.
- Taaus Five dollara, eoninllallon fee. Balance of fee
payable only when patients report themtelvet convales
Ir. KAar'aTretttlae oss Conanmptlon
price out dollar. Address .
JOHNSON 8TKWART ROSB,
feb An Olltce SSI Broadway, New York.
HAT! II AT. The undersigned It receiving
a large and handsome lot of llata, ineludlngmany
new atrlea, tuch as "VYhla Awake," "Young America,"
"Hungarian," Ac. Alao, the Panama, Leghorn, Fur,
Wool and Palmleal llau, which will be sold at the lowest
sort ol prices. Apt t W. B. HKYNUDDS, Benton.
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
rfJlHIg E'aence It a preparation of unusual excellence.
M. In ordinary dtarrauia, incipient cholera. In short,
In all eases of prostration of the digestive functions, It
it of lueatiniabla vaia. During the prevalence of epi
demic eholera and tnmmtr eomplaintt of children. It it
peculiarly etllcaciouai no family, individual, or traveler
ihouM be without U.
CAirtHit lie sure to get the genuine essence, which
la prepared only by F. hitOM N, at hit Prnn imt Chrm
tntl .Vhir, M A'. Kirner f tlth uao) Cknnt t-ivnt,
'AiAtuVyiAsV, and for tale by (iao. W. Rots, Athena,
Tenn., aod all the reapeotable Apothecaries In the
l oltcd States. .. au Je-mn-a!
-W, B. XTAXjXj. 3VX. ZD
' (brsaerty 0 MonticMo, A.)
'HTalCIAS 1XD ICBGEOK,
UFSPECTFULLr annoaners to the public that he has
located permawaUy to Athens, aod to now pre-
Eared to attend on call, in town or country. Having
ad nine years experience at a Physician and Snrgeoo,
aud tlie advantages at a Ikflnw.!. m.u.u - Lf 1; I
Schools Louisville, Ky., and New York he flartert
lumtelf that he will be able to give general sal is lac lion
to all who may need hit profesannai services.
Ortice one door west of the OIBce of the Pott, recently
occupied by Dr. C. A. Jordan. April A. 1SS6 tf-SJ
- SEAGO i MWRKXTK.
Grocers, Commission Merchants,
AU DIALXM la
OBAIA SACOy, LASH, UAY, FRUIT, FLOUR,
afo.. ofc., eo.,
Fo. TI and I Whitehall Street,
CONSIGNMENTS retpectfully JlMuTlo prompt
returns promised. Cash advanoea given on Pro
duce in store, and cash ordert filled with promptnett and
ears. rmarrh Oji4.nt.jmv
a. at. ska go.
,wa. la wanes.
B. S. MOH.lt WITH W. S. MATTHEWS.
MORRIS &, MATTHEWS,
a an DSALsas i
risie Brandies, lvinea, and Cifara,
Not. 18 snd 15 Marktt atreet,
Feb.88-1y "f ASIH 1LLE, TEXS.
xi u 31 to -xr a. is. ,
FALL & CUNMXGI1AM,
Have removed their stock of
IURDWAHE, ITLEBY AKU GUNS,
To No. 47 North tide of Public Square,
OPPOSITE the lower end of the Market House, being
he old and well known stand of MOKOAN, OARD
t tK A CO- where they ar now offering at Wholesale, a
wel selected assortment of aU arUclet in their line of
Merchant! visiting Nashville are requested to call and
examine their ttock and pricet.
Nashville, Jan. 18, 13fS om 309
C. M. AORTllinriV
Attorney At Xiaw,
t uaiiauoosra, Tenn.,
-VrILI' practlea Ip llaniilton, Bradley, Rhea, Bled-
. - V.r -r " ,, " :, in icnnessee. lllcoi-
tect dfbte In all lower East Teunettee. fang. 2J, '54 tf
nan s. coots. ,, ,
t'OOKE & LOWRY,
Janl2-ly Athena, Tenn. aim
ALrasr basss. ' v. a. oaswell.
. BAKER & CASWELL,
GltOCEKY AJVTS coin MISSION
W- Broad ttreet. Ann.l., .,
ILL promptly attend to the tale of Corn, Wheat,
AH..."C0?; Urd; 0,, ' """'Fned to their care.
Advancea If required, made on Produce in Store.
Aug. 4, 1854-ly m
JOHN R. WALLACE & BROTHERS,
l, 11,11 SfiTAIL, DBALXaS ni
lilaatina- Pom dcr, Octagon Steel,
and Nafcty Fane, .
Corner of Whitehall and Alabama streets,
ATLANTA, fit, "
N n n...i
n.i..n. . "eimon 1. pain to tne New
Orleant market from which we are constantly receiving
' juritT-ly '
BARER, WILCOX & CO.,
Wholosiale . Grrooora,
Ananata, Go, .
Nov. it; ism tf
HAT IIOLSE-'IIARLRS'1'ON,SO. CA.
. F. D.. FANNING.
. WHOLUAUI DKAUia IS
HATS, CAPS AND STH AW GOODS,
No. 81 Hayne atreet,
MERCHANTS snd other, des'l" ntVrch.'.e'wIII
.,. j navy their orders at promptly and tatltfactorily
filled ae If they were here to superintend their pur.
" ; St-Pt- 8, 1854-tf 811
JL. J. IIILUI HN, Proprietor,
Aug. 18, 1854-ly tls
U. SISXrATRlCK. a r tiriHa
KIKKPATRICK & NEVINS,
AND DKALKkS IV
foreign and Donie?alic Mqtiora,
No. T and t Market atreet,
Jan 19-ly-80 Nuahville, Tenn.
an. n. swixa, iu.
. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
COIWtllsSION AND -FOB WARDING
ASD bXALtilS IM
W I new, Liquorw, and Cltrars,
No. 11 Market ttreet, South of Spring street,
MR. J. M. HKNPKR80N, of the firm of Keyet A
Henderson, will receive ordert and collect money
for ut at Athene. Jan 1 ly-830 L. A E.
M. R. MAY, M. D., ,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
r) ESPECTFL'LLV tenders his professional
V services to the public.
Jan. 14, 1 22
HARD W A R E.
COUKTNUY, TFNEITV CO.,
, ninicoT importers or
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Ac,
" No. 85 Havnr strekt, .
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILUAM O. COURTNKV. GILBERT B TINNANT.
JAMES B. EVANS.
June 17, 63 tf $47
DR. JAMES B, TAYLOR,
T"t7"ILL hereafter give his whole attention
V v to the Practice of Medicine.
June 8; 1868- tf
A. D. EITS8. I, M. ItaNPIRSOl.
REYES & nENDE SON,
AND ' , "
DEALERS IN PRODUCE, i&,
June 9,1854 tf . 598
RANKIN, PULLIAM & CO.,
IMrORTKRA AND WAOLRAALI PEALERSIN
Foreign suits American Vry Good;
181 Meeting street, '
v, CHARLESTON, S. C.
wti. t. aAKSiN, 'I a. n. SMirn.
a, W. rt'LMAM, I B. m'O. kt'lLIATn.
r. M. OaAIQMII.ES, I
Feb. 25. 1858 tf 281
FlUMV 4 B ANTLEY,
Forward InareV Coninitaalon merchants
WILL five prompt attention to the buaineat, snd
respectfully solicit eontlgnments of Produce
from Eaat Tcnneasee.
Reference W. 8. Caixawav, McMInn county, Tenn.
Nov. 10, lSos ly. , 8J0
GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO
DIBECT IMPOBTKRS DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
No. 83 Hsyne street,
CltJlHLBtTOA; t C.
N.B. Bolting Cloths always on hand.
Wat. n. allLILAND, SIDHET a. HOWELL.
W. p. OILMLAMD. . JAMES OILLILAKO
Oct, 81. 1851 tf - 182
(Ijite Dttnlnp A Horn,) ,
Grocery and Commlstlnn Merchants,
STRICT personal attention to ordert and
quick returns of sales of Traduce.
They will, give special attention to con
signment from Katt Tennessee.
j. j. allen. , a. a. nrmiAP.
march 18, 1868 ly 284
; DH. IIKAIiIKUTON
nil VINO located at Ctumeaj, McMInn county, T.nn.,
klnlly nttrn Uia itrofcaaicoal aarvleos to the cltl
sent and turmuudine eonntry.
Office onpoalte the Union llentc. formerly occupied hv
Dr. WlUlaiu Johnauu. cpL a, 14 If 911
JOHN A. HILL,
Attorney at Law and Land Agent,
Bavansevar', Boosse coasttr, Iowa,
"VA1.TILX practice In the rariona Courts of th State.
w V and attend to the location and sale ef Laud War-
ranta, ouylnt; and selling Land Ac.
Refer to lln. A. Dibrtll, Nashville, Tenn4 Geo. Brown,
Esq.. MadiMoville, Tenn.; YYUL T. Keith, taq., Athens,
Tenn. may ll-tl-,6
PAI-I. aV: CUNMGIIAM,
waoiasALB DSALsas Affl nriwTsta or
Hardware, Cutlery and Guns,
No. 41 North tide Public Square,
nAVK now In ttore a full and complete aaaortraeut
of lardviare. in all iu varletiet. tot-ether with an
unurually larfe ttock ef Cutlery and (rune, to all of
winca nicy invite tna attention of ueaiert Tinting unt
market; their ttock hat been made up by direct pur
chases from the ManufitrtHrere, both Iu America and
Europe, and they feel confident tint those who may give
them a call will find it mntuni to deal with them.
Cash and projnpt time buyers will Bud the prices of
w.ri .ipwi suiieu io me timet.
Feaihera received at the highest market price,
JARNAGIN & CALDWELL,
Attorueyai n t Xa n -w,
MILTOa V. JAatTAOtV A. caldwkll.
1. B. WILLIAMS. ,
loo. aaiA, a
WM. . WILLIAMS.
J. E. WILLIAMS & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
AND PARTICULAKI.T FOB THE SALE OV
Brain, Baton, Lard, Feather; Flonr, and
Teunet'ee Produce generally,
Decatur ttreet, near the "Trout House,"
f ITTER.S of enquiry in relation to the markets, Ae.,
M-A answered promptly.
Will each give our personal attention to the business,
and will use all proper means to give tatiafactlon to
shipper, who may feel It to their Interest to patronise ut.
Truly thankful for tlie very liberal patronage received
for the past three years, I respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the same to the new firm,
march 0-6m-R40 J, t. WILLIAMS.
PBODLCE IElOT I. ATLANTA.
SEA GO & ABBOTT, .
(SucceuorM to l'egg t Bomar,)
Ifare-tlouir and Cnmmtsxinn Merchant:
AND GENERAL AGENTS
FOR the purchase and sale of all kinds of
Tennessee Produce, Merchandise, Groce
.Oct. , 1854 lr ' 816
Wootton & Holloway, ,
(Successor to John T. Wootton X
COITI MISSION MERCHANTS
Cotton Avenue, Iflacon, (is,,
WILL (rive ttrtct attention to all consignments from
Northern Oeorgia and Tennei.ee, and If prompt
a tentlon and quick returna shall deserve any credit, we
hope to receive a liberal share of the public patronage.
JOHN T. WOOTTOS. M. 0. BOI.IIWAT.
Wholesale Drug Store,
33A.rilTY cj BATTBY,
(Siiocmort to D'Antiffnac at Barry,)
RESPECTFULLY solicit the pstronge of the Mer
chantt of East Tennessee. They will be always
tupplled with a most extensive assortment of
'u I ii Is, iladder.
rilaaa, A-r., Ar., Vr.,
and every article kept hy Druggiste, which will be told
at pricet that must prove sntialactory.
We trust our Tennessee friends will call and examine
our stocks and prices. Oct.18, ISM ly-81g
A A IS S L. Ji Y,
Coinmlaalon anil Prod pee merchant,
Omce on Broad street, opposite Union Bank, .
-A. xx ft xx eaten,. Q-n...
WILL give prompt and penonal attention to the
tale of Bacon, Lard, Grain, Flour, Cotton, and
all artlclea of Merchandise conaigued to him. Alao, to
tne torwarning ot unoua lor the interior and Northern
markets at the customary rates. Liberal advances, ei
ther iu cash or by acceptance!, made on article! in store
or when bills of lading uccompany drafts.
Ksrsassvits: Baker, Wllcux A Co.; M. A B. Wilkinson;
i. m. rargn, aanier," Augusta, ua. Hand, vt llllama A
Wilcox; Tliot. Trout A Co., Charleaton, 8. C. Wm. Dun
can: Paddelford, Kay A Co.: K. T. Willie. Havannnh. (la.
Sturgea, Bennett A Co., New York. 1. C. Wilann A Co.;
19. cHiinn oon, niuiimore. n ooa a Low, new urleaus.
C. B. Wellmrn, Dnlton, Oa. Grenvllle A Sample, Chat
tanooga, Tenn. Heanlcn, son A Co., Knoxville. Tenn.
8. K. Keeder, Athens, Tenn. W. Bliapard A Co.; Berry
m venieviue, niuHnviiie, tenn. nov. X4, '04 tr 012
G E O. W. B R"l D G ES
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PRACTICES in the different ooiintiescom.
posing the Third Judicial Circuit will
attend to the collecting and securing of claims
and will give his undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care.
March 2. 1849 tf 28
THE uuderalgiird having had teveral yean expe
rience In tlie Provision Business of East Tennessee
at Chattanooga, (at which point we yet keep an office,)
have opened an office at SAVANNAH, OA., for the ex
preea purpose of Iranaacting a Produce Trade, and will
give our whole attention to the Intereat of our patrons.
We solicit consignment! of Corn, Oala, Pl0ur, Bacon,
Ac. Ac, and will forward, free of oommiatlon at Chatta
nooga, all produce sent us for tale If directed to Ones',
vuxe A BAMrLx. GKKNVILLK A CO.
O. 0. ORK-IVIMH, SAVAXHAB. . W. t. AMfLS, CHATTANOOGA.
Nov. 10, 1S44 ly. 820
It. M. EDWARDS,
Attorney n, t Ziaw,
WILL attend promptly to all bu.lneaa entruated Io
hit care In the Count of Bradley, Polk, McMInn,
Meigs, Kliea, Hamilton, Bled.oe and Marlon counties. .
R'frrmaee .Oeo. W. Boat, Athens; . C. Kenner,
Cleveland; A. O. W. Puckett, llarrl.on; Thna. Crutch
field, Chattanooga. Feb.88-ly
Thos. P. Stoval & Co.
General Commission Merchants,
TbT"'L give strict and prompt attention to consign-
w T menta made them. Their FIRX PROOF
I10U8IC it centrally tltuated on Broad atreet, with large
and commodious ttorage, for ttorlng all deacriptian of
Bxrtaxxci: Hon. Jno. P. King; lis so Henry, Esq.;
Mllo Hatch, Eaq.; Scranton, Seymour A Co., Anguata.
Hon. Mark A.Cooper, Etowah, Ga. W. L. High, Eaq.,
Dalton, Ga. E. 0. Pearle, Esq.; g. R. McCaniy, Esq.,
Chattanooga, Tenn. A. D. Keyet, Eaq.; fl. K. Beeder,
Esq.; David Cleare.Eaq., Athena, Tenn. Tibht A Ilard
wlck, Cleveland, Tenu, McLin A Henry, Loudon, Tenn.
THE aubacrlber has recently taken charge of thla
Hottae, and It la now undergoing thorough repair
and being remrntahed In good style. Ilia object It to
keep s good Hotel a houae where gueatt can be com
fortably accommodated and cared for. By giving the
huilneaa hit khole attention, and keeping hia table tup
plled with the heat the country aflbrda, he hopct and ex
pect! to be liberally patronised,
march l.ft-tf-888 JOPKPH HARBIN.
H IILKSTON, S. C.
rjiBAVELERS for the above well-known Houacwm
n find Carriages and Omnlhn.et at the Depot In
Charleston, to convey them to aald Hotel free of charge.
iec. o, iw tr w. w. pi Ann, fropnetor.
E, Trnn. ft Ca. It. It.
ST. S. 33Xt.IIDC3ra!31Es
RESI'KCTKUI.LY Informt the traveling public that
he has opened a Houae of Entertainment In the
long white houae with the oak tree In front, at the
Athena Depot, where he will be glad to terve all who may
call on him with the beat the country aOordt.
Athena, tept 1, 16fi4 tf 810
.1eWt ISO tfept Horih of the Depot,)
rillLAIalOLFIII A, TENN,,
18 still open for the entertainment of Travelers. Per
sona traveling on the Cara, ttopping-at or tuning
from Uila point, will be particularly attended to. Bag.
anl carried to and frnm the Depot trlthout charge.-
Thoae who have patronised ut during the last four or
five years have our thankt, and we solicit and hope to
merit a continuance of patronage.
. Augnat4,18M tf gft
BY 8. LANIER SON,
Formerly of the Lanier Houie, Jifacon, Oa.,
ond late of the Lafargt, Kem York.
July 14, 1864 tf 808
GEO. W. MAYO
OULU announce to the public) that he
I I has removed from the "Athens Hotel"
and taken charge of the above House, where
he will be hnimv to wait on all who may
favor the establishment with their nnmpany,
Feb. 17. 1854 tf . 284 .
TlIOMiS , FLEMl.Nfi,
WavrtIIositje tV rontnaisaioa Mercbnsit,
"VA'7'HOLALlC dealer in Tcnneasee, Alabama, and
T Georgia Prod are. Hit store are new and
Fire Proof, and carefully couttructrd for the aare-keep-Ing
of all consignments desideratum long needed in
this city. Oct. , ISM ly-818 .
J. H. McGllKK.
A. ttoruoy-vt - Xa a
Klltcou, Cta., .
AV'II.L give prompt attention to all bu.lneaa entruated
"to his care, lie will do a general collecting busi
ness. All demands put In his hands for collection will
meet with prompt attention.
R-frrtncn-j Col. A. T. UcIntyer,Thoinasvllle, Ga.; J.
j. Alien, siaoon, oa.
Hugh L. Tinley,
Off KiitiTt lllfi. T'aTnufvff
AVI NO lone jreari experknet iu tbe Trantporta-
uon oi uofxu uiroiigi. Tennei aua Alabama,
Of Ibarli sto.i, St. '.,
JJTio hat an experience of SO year. In the commerce of
Charleston, tht last aevea of the time spent in the Re
ceiving and forwarding Department of tlie Houlh Caroli
na Rail Road Company, respectfully offer their services
aa GKS'KKAL AGENTS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, for the receiving and forwarding of all Goods,
Wares, Merchandise aud Machinery through Charleaton.
For the tale of all kinds of East Tennessee and South
ern PRODUCE, via; Hour, Corn, Bacon, Lard, Tobacco,
Cotton, Rice, Wheat, Oats, Rye, Keathera, Butter, Eggs,
We are not now, nor do we Intend to be, during the
continuance of our buaineaa, either directly or Indirectly
engaged in any Speculations whatever, therefore Intend
to devote our PERSONAL attention Io the very bent In
terests of our customers, relying solely upon our energy
ana iruiniiiir ,0 sustain ua.and Imping uv unremitting
care and attention to merit and receive a snare of public
Office snd Warehouse on Atlantic Wharf, three build
ings east oi i-ost umee and Custom House. -We
beg leave to refer to the following gentlemen :
N. Gammon A Hon, Craighead A Deadrick, and tuer
chants generally, Knoxville, Tenn.
Q. A. Tipton, Rail Road Agent, and merchants gener
ally, Loudon, Tenn.
French A Van Epps, and J. J. Bryant, Chattanooga,
W. B. A. Ramsey, Secretary of Slate; A. R. Crosier,
Comptroller of Treasury, aud M. M. Swan, NaaliviUe,
R. B. Norvett, Ilunttvllle, Ala.
0. L. King, Deratnr, Ala.
J. R. Love A Co., Whlteaburg, Ala.
M. L. Swan, Belfont, Ala.
P. D. Gatet. Ii Broadway, New York.
Col. Jamea Gadaden. Charleaton.
John Caldwell, Preaident of South Carolina Rail Rnad.
Thomaa Waring, Auditor of South Carolina Rail Road.
John King, Agehl of South Carolina Rail Road.
Hyatt, McUurney t Co., aud J. S. A L. Bowie Co..
Uharletton, 8. C. fSept. IS, ISM tf
2J" O T I O 33. :
I HAVE In mypoaaeaaion the Law aud Formt necetaa
ry for making out declaration! for all thoae who are
entitled to additional Bounty Land, under the Act of
Congresa paaaed the 8d day of March, 1SS4.
My Office la on Main ttreet, oppotite the office of the
"Athena Poat" and Chancery Clerk 'a office.
Atlten., March 16-tf-83 JOHN L'. BRIDGES.
, bar V3rir jn-sraa.
D&AFSJC&j, TOTAL OR PARTIAL, ENTIRELY
DR. ALSOPIIEPT begt to call the attention of those
suffering under a partial or total lost of the teuse
ol hearing to tlie following facta : He treata diaeaaet of
the middle or internal ear with medicated douches, tuch
as Is practiced in the Infirmaries of Berlin, Leipilc,
Brussels, Hamburg and St. Peteraburgh, and lately by
the uioai distiuguiahed London Auriata, with tlie most
wonderful aucccas; indeed, it is the only method that
has been univeraally successful.
The beat proof of the euicacy of thla treatment will
be a reference to nearly nine hundred names, resident!
of the United Statea, Canada, New Brunawick aud Nova
Scotia, who have been reatored to acute hearing and
not a tingle tolitary cate, to our knowledge, did we fail
to efl"cct either a partial or total restoration of the hear
ing, when our advice and instruction, were faithfully
and punctually adhered to. Many who could not hear
the report of a pistol at arm't length, can now hear a
watch beat at the distance of four feet. In casef mu
cus accumulation iu tlie Eustachian Tube and Tympa
num, Inllaiumation of the mucua membrane, nervous
affection., dl.eaaea of tlie membrana tvmpani, called
"the drum," or when the diaeaae can li traced to the
electa of feven or coldt, the ute of quinine or mercuri
al medlclnei, gathering! Iu the eara of childhood, Ac,
ll.it treatment .lands pre-eminent. When the auditory
canal ii dry and icaly, with little or no secretion; when
Hie deafueaa ia accompanied with rolae in the ear like
falling water, chirping of insects, ringing of bells, rust
ling of leaves, continual pulaationt, a discharge of mat
ter; or when in atooning. a aensation I. rit . ir . ..i.
of blood to the head had taken place; when the hearing
Is lets accute in dull, cloudy weather, or when t cold hat
been taken, thit mode of treating the diaeate it Infalli
ble. In deaf and dumb caaea, niy experience warrant!
me In laying that if the hearing wat good at any time,
much can be accomplithed. In the deaf and jiumb
rnuoi. beii'sic, oui oi a ctasa or fourteen, 1 tucceed
ed In restoring four to acute hearinr.
Dr. A. bega explicitly to atate that In thoae easel he
undertakes, he guarantee! a luccesful result complete
restoration of tlie lenie, or luch a marked Improve
ment ai will he perfectly latlsfactory. If liia remedlel
are faithfully applied and direction, adhered to. Appll
canta will pleaae atate their age, duration of the diaeaae,
If matter iaaues from the external paasage, if there are
noiiei in the ears, state of general health, and what
they suppose to have been the cauae of the deafueaa
When the hearing la reatored, it la expected that thoae
in eaay circumataucet will cor tribute liberally.
All diseases of the Eye successfully treuted by the ap
plication ot MEDICATED VA PORH, te., an Infalli
ble and palnleaa treatment of diseaaea ar the Eye, acute
nr chronic Cataract, Secka, Inflammation, Film and
Weakneaaof Viaion, Granulation of the Lids, Ulceration
of the Lachrymal Glanda, Ac, Ac. To the astonishing
and gratifying eflectt of thia treatment. ). -i,iM .h.
youth, thoae of mature age, as well as thoae far advanc.
eu in me, an near tettimony to Its wonderfully reno
vating, healing and aoothing effect.. .
Medicines, Apparatut, Ac, tent to any part at my
expenre and risk. '
Add reaa Dr. A I J90PH E RT, Broad wsy office. No. 422 it.
,.- i von.i t.ew aura.
Consultation fee. Five Dollara.
Dr. A't Work on dlteatri of the Eye, the Nature and
Treatment of Deafness, and Treatment of the Deaf and
unit muRirsiefi wiui tieei ptatet price flu. . .
Monay letten muat be regiatered by the Pottmatter.
New Firm -New Goods.
rT,IIE subscribers having purchased the
iiicivniiiue eeiuuiigiiinent ol J. L JHO'
CLARY, the business will hereafter be con.
ducted under the firm, name and style of '
DENTON A McCLAKY.
They are now receiving and openinz their
Spring and Summer supplies, consisting of
everj vnnery oi 1 .antes uress Urtocia; a gener
al assortment of Goods for Gentlemen's wear;
Groceries, ae., and in short, their stock is gen
eral ana complete, where the farmer and all
others can find almost anything they may
call for, and at prices that can t fail to please.
Give them a cull', exttmine the Goods, and
WM.' A. DENTON,
P. L. MoCLAllY.
Benton, April 6, 18norf " 41
rPllE subscribers would respectfully an
A nounce to the citizens of Athens and the
public generally, that they are now in opera
tion and prepared to do
of every description in tlicn aine, and would
therefore solicit orders from all those who may
want anything of the kind.
They are now casting and have for sale dif
ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tiuht Cook
Stoves, furnished oomplete; various sizes of
I'arlor, Mne I'lnte, Chnmber, Office and Shop
Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waffle Irons;
Ploughs, right and left hand. '
Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Wafer
Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou
sand feet per day. II kinds of
fitted up in the best and most durable manner
and upon short notice.
Also, Iron Hailing of every description.
They are also prepared to do all kinds of
The highest Cash price will be paid for
ZIMMERMAN 4 THOMAS.
P. 8. We have eonnected with the Works
an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons
wishing castings can have patterns made to
order. Z. 4 T.
Athens. Tenn.. Oct. 80. 1884 tf M7
ALL ordors for Agricultural Machinery,
made by Messrs. Wheeler, Mel ink cV Co.
Albany, N. Y must be to me direct, or
through my Agents in East Tennessee, Mr. 8,
K. Keeder, Athens, and Mr. M. Nelson, Knox
ville, who are ullioritcd to furnish any of said
machines at manufacturer's eash prices, add.
ing cost of transportation. P. D. GATES
Feb. 8, 1844 tf 280 12 Broadway, N. V.
MVIlltY ST A II 1. 1.
TIIR tithacrlher hat opened a Livery Stable In the
Stahlrt attached to the Athena Hotel, and hat aim.
piled himself wllh a number of good Hnrevt. Carriage!
Bnnrlet, Ac., and It prepared to accommodate all who'
may rail on him, on reasonable terms, lilt itork It
good, vehlclei new, and hia object It to keep what hat
been very much needed at thla place, the rlaht ton ....
ratabllaliment. Person, can be accommodated at all
times at a moment's notice. He sak a liberal natrons
march IB-tf-ool JOHN L. BHlDUKft
a- Vina (n.i,...u..i .... i-
jNov.2T M-jKWEN AOHXrjipir
SB. C. X. JACKSOff, Pbilad'a- Psl, .
WILL WFrlCTTAllV CVBB
LITER C0IPUE.T, DYSPEPSIA, JAE5JICB,
Carwejt'e or Jiervome Dtbility, IHeenMt of (As
Kidney; and mil dieeaeee arieing from m die.
ordered Linr or Sisnn'K
' aa Conaump- '
tlon. Inward Piles,'
Fitllneaa, or blood to the
Head, Acidity of Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust for '
food.l'ullness or weight in the Stom
ach, Svur fcmctatlous, Slukiug, or Flut
tering at the Pit of the stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried snd difficult Breathing,
Pluttrrlng at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sen
latlom when in s lying posture, Dlmneia of Viaion
or Webi before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In
the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellow- .
net! of tin Skin and Eyei, Pain in the
tride. Back, Cheat, Limbs, etc., etc.,
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burn- "
ing in the Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings of
Evil, and great
D e p r ession
In attributing inch valuable Medical nroncrtlat to this
remedy, no rash or unwarrantable assertion la -made,
out is simpi siaieu a icii proven undeniably and con
clusively by the extraordinary curei, and benefit! de
rived from ita use, under the direction of ill illuttriout
originator, Dr. HooUand, among all clattet of Kuropean
tociety and from the immense matt of testimony from
all parte of tlie American continent, accumulated during
the last ten yean. In the hands of the present proprie
tor.- ine prvvaieiiro oi niscnaea 10 wntcn the Herman
Bitten are adapted. It It with sorrow we lay It, it almost
unlveraal, indeed there It scarcely a family throughout
the whole extent of our country In which there cannot
he found among lit member, that peculiar tallow and
languid appearance denoting a diteaaed Liver, or an
emaciated and suffering Dyspeptic.
Theo of what Immense Importance Io thla claat of In
valids, that a certain and reliable remedy thnuld be
placed within ttieir reach; one in which no baneful or
Injurious drug entan into Ita rnmiwsltlnn; a remedy on
which the patient can rely with the utmo.t confidence
and certainty and be aatured frum actual and tangible
proofi, that the article he la using really poaaetael the
virtues attributed to It. Such a remedy ia "lloofland'a
German Bitten." Thonaanda of dollara have been ex
pended In Ha manufacture and diffuaion throughout all
partt of tliii continent, and the proprietor feelt the
greatett tatiafactinn In tratlng, that there la no State,
county or even village where the medicine haa been
Introduced, that there cannot be found nuruberi, willing
toteltifyto Ita virtues.
It It uted constantly In the practlceof a large number
of the moat prominent Phyaiciana In the country, who
have also added, their written testimony in evidence of
Ita great virtues. In conclusion, then, we would respect
fully aak of all those afflicted with any of the above dit
eaaes to give tlie Bitters a trial, and rest assured It will
never be regretted. In proof of the ttntementt above
made, all are invited to read attentively, the "Memora
bilia,' or "Practical Receipt Book," for Farmera and
Families, tnntainlng a great number of utefitl receipti.
In addition to Iheatimony In favor of the Bitten, from
the moat prominent and well known Individual!, In all
pnrta of the Union. All Agent! for the Bitten are au
thorised to distribute the "Receipt Book" gratuitously.
Principal office and manufactury, 120 Arch ttreet,
Philadelphia. Pa. '
For isle wholesale by Drugglalt In all the principal
eltlea and at retail by apothecaries and atnrekeepert In
every town In Die I'nlted Statea. and Canada.
Sold by . Brass, Athena: B. V. Ma an a, Calhoun;
Kkixsjt A Son, Charleston; iHonrsoa A Dvsnaj, Cleve-
I1VKUY ersoii stiuuld vunatutitly keep oil hand, for
A cases of emergency, a bottle of Sloan't Inatant Re
lief; it it the great internal and exterukl remedy fur the
immediate cure of cholic, heartburn, tore-throat, tooth
ache, wenkneaa in the back or kidneyt, diarrhoea, dyiin
tery, cholera morbut, alt-iummer eomplaintt, alck head
ache, ague cake, rheumat lam, aoreneaa in tlie bonel, pain
in the limbs, cramps and ipaiml, colds, spinal com
plaints, swelled Joints, sprains, bruises, etc.; and for
cholera It ii a superior remedy.
FOR 1I0RSKU A XD CA TTLK
Sloan's Inatant Relief ia truly a great Remedy.
Half a itft cent bottle of Sloan's Inatant Relief, cures
s horse of cholic in a few minutes. For hruisea, atraina,
rpraina, and many other Injiirlca on horaet, cattle, snd
other snimala, Sloan's Instant Relief seldom fails to af
ford immediate relief, and speedily effecti a cure.
Many persons Imve been astonished to witneia the rap
id cure effected by the ute of this wonderful medicine.
The dollar bottles contain six timet the quantity of tht
twenty-five cent bottles, consequently a saving of one
third it made hy purchasing the dollar bottlei.
WALTKR B. SLOAX,
Grand Depot, 40 Lake tt., Chicago.
For sale In Athena hy f feb HMhn W. BuilNS.
THE undenigned would announce to hia frlenda and
to all lorera of good music, thai he haa removed to
Athena, Tenn., hit former place of residence, with the
view of giving lea.ona in Muaic, and that hii Seiaion
will commence on Monday, the 2tUA day of February.
TERMS, Pkb Session or 80 Wskss :
Piano r'. $20,0(1
Uuae of the Instrument S,00
Violin, Guitar, Flute, Clarionet, Sax-horn, or other
Braaa lultninienta 80,00
Harmony aud Couipoaitloti. 45,00
He will alao give leisoni In French snd German.
j union pnyaote tn advance.
Fcb.3-tf Ol'ST. R. Ktt'ABE.
(m( D07.KN Cottage, Bocking and Children's Chsin,
AmF for tale cheap rorcaatt. Apply to
Jan. 18. J. 8. BRIDGES, Athens Depot,
Auaying, Civil and Alining Engineering, and
milE tubicrlber li prepared to devote ipcclal atten
JL tlon to the above branchei, and the application of
inemical anaiyati thereto. Pcnon. Interested in Mining
are invited to conmlt him for information or initruction
in regard to the moat recent snd valuable method! of
conducting the same.
Aeatiya of Gold, Silver, Lead, Copper and other Miner
al Orel, executed with punctuality and diapatch.
' Aaaay apecimeniof one or two ounce!, with a remit
tance of SA fnr each Aaaav mar lie sent to tlie subscri
ber hy mail. Melallo Ores tested by the most speedy
and aoenrate process at (3 for each specimen.
Alao, Agent for tlie sale or purchtae of niinersl lands,
mining hock, c. no. iisiAi., A. at.
Murphy, N. C, April 8T, 1S55-ly-844 ,
W. & A, J. DODSON.
1 N teiiilerint; their tfiankt to the people for
-l th very liberal Datronage tliev have here
tofore given them, wot hi respectfully solicit
ooiiLiiiutince vt me lima
Those who are in the habit of dealins'else
where w would solioit to give us a call, and
examine our stock or - . .
Fall and Winter flood.
which we think is unsurpassed for style and
durability hy af y consisting of a variety of
Indies ana uentlemen s Drees Uoods. In
fact nearly every thing the wants of the
country demand. ,
JST Wheat, Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Ac,
taken in exchange for t.oods. -
V. A. A. J. DODSON.
Rioeville, Tenn., Oct.. 27. 1884 tf 81
HF. present Session of this young but prosperoui
Inatltution will clnae on Thursdar. the 6th of Feb.
ruary, ISM. The next Setilon Will eommenca on Mon.
day, the 86th of ths same month, at which time itudenti
mould bt present in order to enter their proper classes
Rev. Jmm H. Banana, A. M., Preettlent,
II. L. DiscaS, (of Mist.) I pA.
R. E. Dosa. A. M.. Prnfieeore. .
Tuitiob 10 V .ession ; Contingent Fee So cents.
Boarding at reason a lilt ratet. Being In ths country,
i"u a wan nines iron, iiiatiiaonvuie, we are rree from
the exnenaet, the confusion., and the temptatinni to
idleneaa and vloe, which characterise towns and village..
For further particular!, addreti one of the Faculty,
IHwaetee ColUge P. 0., Tenn. Dec. S, 1&S4 ly-884
In Store and. to Arrive I
O A SACKS Coffee; 2,600 lbs. Brown Sugar,
-awl different grades; 1200lbs. Loaf, Crushed
and Powdered Sugar; 20 bbls. N. O. Molasses;
Cheese; Uniains; Crackers; Candles; Mackerel;
Cod Ktsli; Figs. A large lot of Ktowah Iron;
1000 lbs. Castings together wilh a large and
well selected stock of Boots and Shoes; Dry
floods; Fancy Articles; Gold and Silver
Watches; Ear-rings; Kracelets; Finger-rings,
Ac all of which will be sold on the most
C2T Produce of all kinds taken.
JAS B. BAIN.
Charleston, Jan. 26, 18SS tf . 881
To Hie Old Soldier and Others.
A LAW having psaaed granting additional Bounty
Land to those who hare been In any War alnce
171HI, to aa to give to each soldier lAOaoret. Tlmae who
have had St) acrei are entitled to 80 mors, and those
who have had 40 acres to ISO mora, snd those who have
had none to I), pnwtded fcW-yscrW 14 day.
I will get Bounty Land for all entitled fnr the mm of
tt. and will be at Athena tha 9d Mondav In Anrlt next.
and the 8d Saturday in eaoh month thereafter; at Madi.
tonvllle the 8d Moinlay In May next, snd at each Battal
ion Mutter In Col. Yearwnod'i Regiment In April next;
at Benton the 1st Monday In each month; at Charleston
the 4th Saturday In each month, and the remainder at
home where 1 will be glad to meet those entitled to
Bounty Jnd and attend to their olalm..
rctton, Tenn., March ls-ts-aaij JAEn iiiuket.
BOOTH and Nhoes.-Ladlet line Gaiter Short)
Ualtar snd Kid Hoota; Misses Kid, Ositer snd En.
suit-lied leather Hoota. OcuUemen'B fins Boota, Shoes,
and Oaiters. tall on mar 30 Bi llOliN.
Celebrated Family Ointment.-
at A tid. Seft, 7trMtA awal ra rrtral iUlmml
(V eeer need. It as eaaaaiavst s VjrrtaMs tarmaTmu
ti am rnnermnlled im tht amaait sf AfcaVut t!k.
met ef l Jtememfry Umeea. lmUt
It aa uuiveraally acknvwrkilged Io be aa Infallible remedt
la every ease where it hat been faithfully applied oauJ
human ayatem, for promoting Insensible Prrrp'jaiion tni
it Invaluable m all diseases of the nesh. Ubsuoaie L'icrn
Old Sum, Chfllbiarns, Sore Thront, Hums, Cuts, Twi
Eruptions, Sore Nipploa, Sore Hrrnst, li!-rt- of UieTvs"
Ague in the Face, Rheumnue Paint, Contracted I Vot
Pain In the Hide, Back and oilier partt of tlK-yma,aCiM
Head. Bruisea, Fresh Wounda, Piles, and evety kind of
tore containing tlie least particle of fmnrmnauoa, an
permanently cured by this great remedy.
It Is a feet, authenticated here, at well as all ova
State, and indeed the whole western ttatet, tint No .
Medicines have attained a wiile spread celebrity, and .
nutation, to which they are Juatly entitled hy their",.
srfass," and powers. We are not moons those who art
prone to endorse every patent humbug that come, ilons
and in this instance have delated our tndorarnient uni j
we have been able to make assurance doulH v sure, not onl
ay letting them personally ourselves, hut from Ute
niony of a numeroua portion of tlie community nt.u
around ut. (Iliinoit fllobe, April IVIK.
Sold In Athene, Tt., by feblS-cm W, Bl'KNI.
Horse & Cattle Medicine.
, No Medicine in ute has srcotnpliahed so asaav Cava,
jratouary Cares, and given to Vmivereml Setufedvm in every
variety and ataee of disease, or that hat to ezcsth. tad
rmjndmmUe me alomm'e Oiamunst and Osdilioa Poteen.
The Oiafateat it twiftly lupereedlne all other Otniracnti
and Liniments for the cure of Fresh Wounda, Galla ot ill
kinds. Sprains, Bruisea, Cracked Heels, Rltighone, Wind-
falls. Poll Evil, Callous, Spavlnt. Sweeney, Fistula, Sit
aat. Strain, 1 fineness. Sand Crocks, Foundered Feel,
Scratches or Grease, Manee and Horse Dtainnpef.
The Omditien Puwtder wiill remove all inflammation ins
fever, purify the blood, loosen the akin, eleanse the wnei
and strengthen every pan of Hie body i snd haa proved s
sovereign remedy for tlie following diseases:
Founder, lticniicr. Hide Bound, Lost of Appetite, In
ward Strains, Yellow Water, Inflammation of the Eyes,
Fatigue from hard eietelae t alto Rheumatism, (commonlv
called sllff complaint.) which proves so fatal to many valu
able horses in Hut country. It is alto a safe and cettila
remedy for Coughs and Colds, which generate to man;
These remedies newer injur, and always Cure, If the dj
reetioni ire followed.
For further particulars and a ttaifitaat or carntcatasi
-AaM! can-is, et rmmftae ot as-n.it.
Urend Dtp, 10 Lent St., OucMf,, U
Foraalif n AUiens by Kcb.l6-0m W. DLltno.
D. D. DIl'HLY,
- DEALElt IN
oavy . IZar d-ws-xe.
No. S College atreet, Naakvllle). Tenn..
HAMMKIlKDand Boiled Iron (more than 18u that-rent
sites;) Cut Nails and Spikes; Wrought Spike.;
Cut, Shear, wnd German. Steel; Engliah aud America
Blitter tteel; Sheet Iron, all alaea; Platform Scale., ill
tltea; Counter Scalet: Coffee Milla; Iron Axels; tlprlnii;
Wrought Iron Gaa Pipe, all aiiea; Hammers; Axel.; Bil
low Ware; Sad Irons; Bark Milla; Plow Caatingi.
Aarrlcullnral Intplrmente cV IMachlnes.
Plows of sll pattern!, made by the Na.hville Plow Fac
tory; Wagona; Wheelbarrowa; Cultivatora; Road Sen-
Cera; Corn Shellert; Straw Cutters; Fan Milla; Fruit
adder!; Grind Stones: Hone Powrrt and Threahrn;
Horse Bakes; Grain Crndles; Omnia; Meat Cutter.;
Sausage Flllert; Corn Grindera; Corn Plantera: Half
Bushela; Buckett; Tuba; Pumps of aU kind.; Lead Pipe;
Zinc Pipe, and Hydraulic Rami.
Tin Plate: Russia Sheet Iron; Imitation Russia Sheet
Iron; Wire, all sites; Sheet Copper; Copper Ilotlom.i
Pig Lead, Block Tin; Slab Spelter; Sheet Zinc; Ac
Foundry V machine Shop materials.
Pig Iron: Plttaburgh Coke; Pittsburgh Coal; Boiler
Iron; Iron for Shafting; Locomotive Flues; Tank Iron;
patent not rresseu Mill ana n ainers; uoiter mveti;
Car Axeli, Large Grind Stones.
JH II.LUKS MA I r.KIAI.B.
French Burr Mill Stones; Lull'. Patent Smut Machine;
Holatlng Screws; Pick.; Ac.
Ill 1 LIU SO MATERIALS.
Worked Flooring; Window Saab; Doora; Blind.;
Frames; Shingles; Zinc Paint.; Marbled Iron ' Mantle.,
of all Paltcrni; Mouldingi; Ac.
Being connected with the Houae of Isaiah Dickey A
Co., of Pittahiirgh, he it prepared to fill all order! for
Pittsburg manufacture! with diipatch, snd having no
turpatted facilities for diapoiing of most kiuds of Ten
nessee produce, will pledge himaelf to pay the out.ldt
prices In Caeh, or will receive and forward on eomaii.
aion, making liberal advancea on Cotton, Tobacco, Pork,
Bacon, Lard, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginaeng, Feaihera, Flax
iced. Corn, Oati, Wheat, Bye, Millet-Seed, Dried Fruit,
Pea Nuta, Honey, Rags, Eggi, Pig Metal, Bloomi, Ac.
January 19 ly-880
A. 1 B IC A DP OKI),
HAS just received and opened well se
lected and extensive stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
to which he invites the attention of the peo
ple living in the vicinity of Kiceville, and the
public generally. Having selected his Goods
with great care in the cities of New York and
Philadelphia, he is prepared, as he thinks, to
olfer inducements to persons wishing to fur
uieh themselves with cheap and good Goods.
lie thinks it unnecessary to enumerate sll
the articles, as his stock is large enough, in
cluding most all articles belonging to the re
tail trade;' aod he also has a large and tins
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
which he has just received from New Orlesni.
All of which he proposes selling atthelowe.t
prices. ' Don't take his word for it, but just
come over to Kiceville aud examine for your
selves. , Nor 8.1864 497
A large Stock or New Goods at
THE underslgntd often to the public hii large and
extensive atnek of Good! at Eaitern coit ins
freight. The itock embrace! everything that it new mil
dciirable.' being dr. Irou. to wind up thla concern, ef
18 yean Handing, and take into partnership hit soli
W. F. Martin, he lakea this method of calling oa tho"
who owe him to come forward and make payment Imme
diately. All failing to do ao will find their Hotel and ae
counla In the handa of an Oflicer or Attorney for collec
tion. And those who want Uoods at coat can get tbea
at the old stand -of B. F. MAKT1N.
Calhoun, Jan 1, 1865 tf-880
Ocoee Male Academy,
TIIE Summer Setainn of Hilt Inatltution will com
mence on Monday, the 6th day of March next, un
der the charge of Bev. J. L. M1LIIUIIN, whole abilities
and charaoter as a Teacher srs to well knowr. tint tht
Trutteet comlder any commendation from them anal
Terms of Tuition as low ss at any School of the ums
grade. Board can be had In private families oa res
tonahle terma. By order of the Jloard,
Feb.l6-ly-884 W. . REYNOLDS, Set).
X-ilttlo'cmt WMto Oil.
TwillS It the bett remedy ever offered to the public far
the varibus Disease! of HUHSE, vis: Swelled
Jointa, Spralni.Cuti, Saddle snd Collar Oalla, Bcralcliea,
Poll-Evil, Fistula, and In fact every deacrlpUon ef (In
case to which the Horse Is liable.
It la now in general use at a LINIMENT FOR MAN,
aa no better can be made, and haa been very aucceaaral
ly uaed for Paint and Born of almoit every kind, and
in aome instance! haa mails a perfect cure of Klicuns
tiam. - .
For sale by . O. W. Rosa A Co., Athens.
J. A. Wsiohv A Co., Sweetwstsr.
And by Druggists and Merchants throughout the couo
try. Principal Depot Bcotuvllle, Albatnerli CO., va.
July SS, 1M ly 806
(Formerly Griffin Manee,)
CIIATTANO'PW.. . Tt NKSSEE.
rpniH well knov hot , situated within
X. few steps of l ip paatunger ear landing of
the Western ami Ailane Kailroad, ia no
open under tha supervision of Thomas Crutch
field, assisted by Mr. J. W. V. Bryson and
Lady. This house, while under the oontrol of
Col. J. J. Griffin, acquired a very high reputa
tion as a fist class Hotel. The present pro
prietor having seoured the services ol Cot,
tirilfin'a bar-keener, and havinir nur chased Ills
most excellent cook and house boy, and hav
ing furnished tha house entirely new, hopes to
retain its high reputation and merit P1ub1'!
patronage. Passengers can be aocointuodatea
with an omniiitis to ami from the noma.
Feb. It, '63-ly 230 Frqprictor,