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THE N SIIVH.LE UNION v PROTCS.
TAN I S.
The- Nn!iville Whitf wy -In the Daily
. . ... it :. .. .11,1 American, uf tile lcth
N.-mhvilW c-mou " '
si... npnred ft !on editorial, laudatory of
tlw'CallioIie Church, nnd dwpapigitu to Pro
IcUintUm. I., that article lh Union and
Ameriein, Gov. JolinW State organ, after
declaring ll.t -Catholics has done o..
for Humanity thai. av other Chukch,
roe on with iuonfttwu iflVontery to ny:
. .1 ...... I..t of tm nvitmM
f tliirteoii cciiinrira -o,..s
r l,"r ... of her eventful
' ih-d. eun certainly allow, with
Lr atrocious btrbcrity. many brt-jht 8M.ls
which ;'V ! placi'd in fivomble rctitrast
with the Protestant church, with it thousand
nnd one wrangling nccU. .Men nre be!iiiiiiiir
to see through llm transparent puize tint
veils th's know-iiotliinjf movement. They
are bediming to ak what has I'ltorEsTANT
ISM DOUR FOll TUB WoiXtl? Wllllt haH tilt
done ti alleiiate and estate, the down trmlJen!
U THS ItACIi ANV BKTTKROFK FOB JIAVIRO
ACCFP TF.D IIF.R FAITH? TllRSF. KKVERUNf)
HVPOIMMTKS TI1T.SF. Sl.'HIlIKS AND FIIARI-
sees are treodinr nn a ttrrible volcano. They
will find their treasonable schejiks and
lFF.RAI. PI.OTTINO AKAINST THE 1.IBKRTIF.H
of SIAS tried and condemned by I ho pure light
of OotTs iiwi truth-awl lore, which shines and
throbs in eunj pulsation of humanity s heart.
If Protestantism proves recreant to her high
trust khe will have to p iss the or.leal of HI
lii'htened iublie opinion and bo consigned to
her merited obscurity. Popery with itlliu
crimes against (Jod and man ndapU itself to
the times mid to circumstances, and thus
saves itself from being absorbed in the mass
of conflicting elements."
The article from liich the nbove is ex
tracted, was published in the daily Union
nnd American, of the 15th of May, but was
emitted frvtn the tri weekly nnd weekly! Why
was this! We cojiicd the extract above soon
after it was published, and subscribers to the
tri weekly and weekly Union and American
charged us with pretending to quoto words
from that p iper that never appeared in it.
We refer such persons to the daily Union
and American of the 15th of May."
Tho abovo extract is a fair sample of the
language employed by tho foreign party in
their efforts to uphold the Roman Church.
Will tho people, tho Protestant people of
Tennessee, endorse these sentiiiieuU by their
Public Opinion on tiik American Plat
foiim. The New. York Commercial Adver
tiser, which is n high-toned conservative
journal, thinks that Sam's platform has too
much of the pro-slavery delimit in it for gen
tru lusc. Taken a u whole, the Advertiser
. nppears to like it, although it says the ndvo.
cacy of these doctrines is not confined to the
Know Nothings, but they are tho sentiments
of All Americans.. If this is tho fuct, then
they ought to signify their adhesion to the
principle by joining Ihe organization that is
pledged to cnlorce them. The Advertiser
A few words on tho general character of
this new party platform, omitting at present
however further allusion to tho slavery ques.
tion. With the exception pointed out, it will
be generally pronounced unobjectional. Its
Muknowlcdginent of the Almighty's favor
upon the republic, its inculcation of patriotic
hentiments, its maintenance of the supremacy
. of tho Union, its requirements of obedience
to the Constitution, .lis avowal of hostility lo
public nnd party corruption, its determined
lesistancu to the nitgressive policy of the Pa.
pal church, its strong assertion of the right of
every man to the unrestrained and peaceful
.enjoyment of his own religious opinions and
worship, its advocacy of reform in the mate
rial of our National Legislature and of the
restriction of executive patronage, its senti
ments on education nnd the use of tho Uible
in the schools, its recommendation of an open
avowal of principles, wiil find a response in
tho breast of every true American. Not only
iio wo find in these views nothing to diaap.
prove but wo cordially approve them. Hut
then their advocacy is not confined to the
Know Nothing party. Thov are sentiment
common to Americans, nnd such as this jour
jial and other conservative papers have again
nnd again promulgated and defended.
I'if Mr. Stephens' letter as published in
the Appeal contains tho following paragraph:
"The irrcnt struggle will be on the admis
sion of Kansas. Let us not, then, ally our
selves ith any parly, North or South, hostile
to that measure that is Ihe first point to see
to. Ul us, in tho tiexl place, net, cooperate
and affiliate in party association with thou
men, and thoso men only, at the AortA, u ho
sustain the principles of the Kansas and Ne
braska bill, and the principles of the Georgia
Resolutions of 1850."
What tho 'Georgia resolutions of 1850' are,
we are not the least concerned to know. But
we do know what constitutes the platform of
the great American party. We know that it
more than meets the case us stated by Mr.
Stephens. We know that it 'sustains the
principles of the Kansas and Nebraska bill,"
and wo call upon Mr.Stephcus to "stand hero
upon his bond." We c:ill too upon him to co
operate with tho great Ameiican parly!
t-$rThe Nashville American Gazette lias
"JlehoUlhoio Brightly breaks the Morning."
James i. Quarlos and lion. Alfred Robb,
two prominent democrats from Clarksville,
have taken the slump and are doing gallant
battle for the American cause. The ranks of
"Sam" nre rapidly filling up the lugubrious
(aces of his foes grow hourly more lean mid
long their knees smite together tho hour
of their doom i told. Tim 2nd of August
w ill tell the. election of Gentry by an over
Nkw Yoiik, July 3.
. A meeting of the opponents of the prohibi
tory law was held in the Park last evening, it
was fully attended. Kx-Mayor Mlckle, pre
sided, assisted by n largo number if Vice
Presidents and Seeretaiics. Resolution were
adopted declaring the law unconstitutional,
nnd n violation of chartered rights, hut de
precated any attempts to oppose the enforce
ment of the law by a forcible resistanco an
appeal to the ballot box, was recommended
as Iho only legal means of redress. -
Norfolk, June 26.
' Full returns of our municipal election show
the sneers of the entire American ticket ex
eept the mayor snd ganger of liquors. They
have s large majority of tho board of the
tT Tli editor of the Lowell Newe, who
lift i been absent two years, says the first whs
railed on him to congratulate him wu the
The War Department nt Washington hns
received further advices from Fort Larnmio(
which fully contradict the reported capture
by the Indian.
jflr The vote in Illinois on Iho prohibi
tion law i thirty-nine thonsand one hundred
' siui thirty on laryct lhau ut the Slate elec
tion last fall.
O SPMIE TIIOSi: LITTLE BIRDS I
TV lieu m lad s nm!l and liht sua waipiv
en me. r'or several days 1 gloated over it
with delight. One evening 1 went alone with
it into the lieMs; a very small and Drettv bird.
a blue-cup, was hoppiu? and I wiiterinir on i
bush in nil the iuiioceuce and sportiveuea of
paraiiiiacai ine. l ore near, 1 believe with
in rive or six feet, sdniiriae; the beauty of its
form and dress, its epriglnliiiess, and i lie ap
parent coiitiJence with which it turned its
little eyes upon me. 1 was conscious it would
be wrong wantonly, or for the purpose of
testing my ncni, loslay it; yet 1 hred. rick
ing up the lacerated and expiring victim, 1 felt
very much like a murderer. 1 had tukeu
away life without- a murderer' motive. Its
bleeding image haunted mo for several days,
nnd aUo that of its male, which dew, alarm
ed, from an a Ijoiuing bramble.
Simply as a piece uf nie,:lianim. tf which
the combined elh-i u ut the most ingenious of
nieu through all time c-Hii never produce the
like so wonderful in contrivance, construc
tion and movement thus, rut Men-sly and
without cause, to destroy it wa au offence
against heaven, an inmilt to the Divine Artifi
cer, liul as an organ miii senailile to pleasure
nnd pain, pomessiug affections, and moreover
not only harmless, but belonging to tribes
whoso habits and iusiineU lend them to pro
te t the crops of hiuiuindiiieii from the luva
t;e.s of inseetj tin active benefactor to. our
apqeics, and one of the most charming orna
ments of our planet to draw near, aosassin
like, and barbarously terminate its useful lu
bors and its huppinesK, was purely wicked
What good did its death -bring me? lis
distigueied body was uf no Uj, and would
soon become putrid and loathsome. While
delighting itself us in the effulgence of Kden
1 had done what it is doubtful if any demon
would deliberately do destroyed it by a
blast of what hns been likened to "the tire of
hell." I never shot another bird.
I wish those lads who are daily roving
through fields and highways bringing down
every thing theirguus can reach would pause
and relied, and cease to kill little birds for
the mere pleasure of killiui; t hem, often I brow
ing them away as soon as shor and sometimes
nut even picking them up. Let young sports
men learn to subdue (heir animal by their ra
tional instincts, and not euiiimit, from impulse
or for a fugitive gratification, acts which can
not be dwelt uu in after lite with satisfaction,
if .without pain.
I would respectfully suggest to ministers of
our churches an occasional Sabbath or week
day lecture on our relationship to the lower
tribes. They who love God love his works.
Many wise and good men have taught that
animals will live again and be rewarded for
tiieir silverings here. Wheihcr this be so or
not, there is no doubt that we hall hnje to
account for our ill-treatinent of them. Would
thut we had "an appeal in behalf of little
birds" in a dozen tracts by as many reverend
authors! A more appropriate and sweetly
influential auhjuct could not well be tuken
up. The pretty visitors would return to our
yurds and gardens and el ear buds and blos
soms of weevils National- Intelligencer.
j7According to IheNew York Herald, the
strength of tiie Know Nothing parly in the.
several States is us follows:
FltF.F. STATF.S. SLAVE 8TATGS
Connecticut, 20,078'Alabntna, 20,000
California, 35,000 Arkansas, .
Illinois, 6U0;i0 Delaware,
Indiana, 75 000i''lond.i,
N. Hampshire, 3'J,00O
New Jersey, 35,000
New York, 180.0U0
. I nrolina,
Rhode Island, 10.4bo
I ex as,
984,336 Free States,
In South Carolina iho numbers are not
given, tho electors in that Statu being chosen
by the Legislature.
Tho total vote for Pierce in 1852, was
1 ,C07,723; for Se.olt, 1,386,934. If tho abovo
statement of the Herald bo correct, the Know
Nothings already number nearly as many as
tho Whigs in 1852.
PiiuoiitssOF the War. In storming the
Mamelon and White tower works 5,000 lives
wero lost. The French took 62 guns and
500 prisoners. Their new position enables
thebi to shell the shipping in tliu harbor of
The Knglish have also captured rifle pits in
quarries, losing, however, 600 in killed.
Since the late desperate t-oullicts the firing
of the Allies has been slack.
The fleets have burnt the Russian stores at
Tngaury, Muranople and Giuixhe. The Allies
are about fitting oul an expedition against
The Russians nre reported to have evacuat
There is no news from Tcheniuga or tho
Tho latest news from Sevastopol is unim
portant. Tub Next Congress. Tim members of
Congress, so far elected, may be summed up
thus: Whole number chosen, 101; Whigs, $0;
Administration Democrats, 3; Republicans.
37; Know Nothings, 27; ol thoso understood
to be Anti -Nebriihkii, 1 19; Nebraska, 41. In
the present confused and distracted state of
parties it is almost impossible to-make any
classification of the House of Representatives
that shall he completely accurate and reliable.
Some members wore chosen as Republicans
who are also understood to belong to the
Know Nothing organization.
Wisconsin is tho only Statu in tho
Union whose Judiciary basso far forgotten
it sacred mission as to pronounce a plain
indisputably caiiftitutional act of Congiosa,
to wu: tho Fugitive Slave Lnw, unconstitu
tional. This, loo, is the only Stale where
the foreign population exceeds the native,
in point of numbers, and where' a native
American is liable to personal violence tor
defending the principles of his party.
Dialog-UK.. Customer. How's business!
Store lioy Sitting on n empty box, on
(he shady side of the utreel, whistling
"Hazel Dell," and drumming u bass with his
heels; looking up with merry eye with
emphasis, "Fust rnttl" .
1- In the First District Court nt Now
Orleans, on tho 16th instant, seven porsons
were sentenced for murder lit tho morning
silting of the court four of them, named
Cullagh'an, Shields, Kennody. nnd Costello.to
death; two, llaggarty and Seott, to imprison
ment for life; and oiicuhnsou, lo imprison
inent for 18 years.
FLOcn.-Tlie Lebanon Herald, of Thursday
Flour ha fallen from $6 to 13 tier hundred.
Any quantity can be bought nt the latter rig
ure. We have uo doubt but that it can bo
bought for $'2 in a few -weeks.
W. Porter, of Memphis, Tennosseo)
hns invented a machine thut will pick cotton.
He say that with his machine one man nnd
two horsca will pick and gmlier up, without
losii, ftMtr wes of cotton per day about
equal to tho labor of 30 men.
TrnvelinjT, now a days, consists in living on
railway, aud sleeping tit hotels.
Patrick i.i Glory Since the lata elec
tions in Virginia tho foreign population seem
to bo in the finest spirits, beliving that the
time is rapidly approaching when Ihe Ameri
can government will be placed under the
special supervision and protection of His
Holiness the Pope. We noticed one un the
street on Monday evening glorifung in the
most uproarious manner, throwing up his
hat and singing "Lille bullero boolera a Zu?"
with a remarkable relish:
4-By the powers," said he, as he- flourished
his slick, "I'd like to be alter seeing the spal
peen of a Native American who'd say black
is the white of me eve! Whoop! Good
luck to his howlim-M the Pope! Tuthedivil
wid your Protestants, the bloodv heretics!-
Hurrah!, for Andv O'Jolinsim! lie's tho bov
for St. Patrick. To the divil wid Vour Proles
taut schools and your Ribb-h! I)e the piper
that played before .Moses, but I'd be ini"lni
ly pluacd just now lo see tliclhief ut an
American, who'd refuse to take off his hat to
his Riverence, or to kiss the Pope's toe!. -It's
mesclf that would be finding a soft place in
his head wilh tho big cud of mo alielalali!
JrtfA funeral took place at Spntswond,
on Ihe lOih iust., attended with Home pecu
liarity. A man who h d kept a mill near that
place Was burh-d on that day; and the ser
vice was attended by two women, both clami
iiiL' to be the lawful wile of thu deceased,
and each j ith a family of children. The
spectacle is said to have been as sad as it
A Paris letter says: "1 believe it is quoted
true that it was by order of General I'elis.
sier, that tho Submarine Telegraphic Cable
wins cut. lie found that instead ol serving,
it was injurious to be in hourly eoiniiiimica
tin with thu Tuilleries."
LIST Ol" APPOIXTMKXT3
MaOK AND AOKKKO UPON BY TIIK TWO CANDIDATES
.lacksborongh, Saturday, " 7
Tazewell, Monday, " 9
Hean s Station, Tuesday, " 10
Rorrersville, Wednesday, " 11
Kingspurt, Friday, 13
lilountsville, Saturday, " 14
Klizabethton, -Monday, " 111
Jonesborough, Tuesday. " 17
Greeneville, Wednesday, " 18
Newport, Friday, " 20
Diuidj'idge, Saturday, " 21
Knox'vilie, Monday, " 2H
Murvville, Tuesdav, ' 21
Madisonville, Thursduy, " 2fi
Athenv Fuday, " 27
Decatur, Saturday, " 23
ISenton, Monday, " SO
Cleveland, Tuesday, " 81
Chattanooga, Wednesday, Aug. 1
The undersigned have agreed upon the
above List of Appointments, as candidates
fur Governor, lu making out the appoint
ments, they have been compelled to omit sev
eral comities, for the want of time, which
they would be much cratitied to visit, but it
is impossible for them to .do so.
MEUKDITU P. GENTRY.
Nashville, April 5. 1(365.
The lion. Josiah M. Anderson, and the lion.
Samuel A. Smith, candidates for Congress in
this (the 3d) District will speak at the follow
ing times una places:
Pikeville. Monday. " J
Tollett's Mill, Wenesdoy, " 11
Coop s Creek, baturdny, " 14
Jasper, Monday, " 16
Chattanooga raturuay, i
Harrison, Monday, 2
Ire appointments heretofore made by l.ol.
Anderson inconsistent with this list are with
J. M. AX PERSON ,
S. A. SMITH.
LIST OT Al'1'OlNTMF.XT.S.
T will l. nleiisnd to meet with 111 V fellow-
citizens of McMinn County at the following
times and places, where I will address them
to wit :
Allen Dennis', Mouse Creek, Monday, July 9
Jas. Ruckners, Rogers Creek, Tuesday " 10
O White ,, Spring Creek, W ednesday 1 1
Mike Walenburgers, Thursday " 12
Mussels' Mills, Monday " 1(1
Zion Hill. Cbestna. Tuesday "17
Weslyaniitt Meetinghouse, Wednesday" 18
M. Longs, Double Springs. Thursday " l!
It. Gregory's, Liberty M. II. Friday, " 20
.1. Hanks, 17-th District, Saturday "21
II. Smith's, 14th District, Monday. " 2
Widow Cookt. Conasauga, Wednesday " 25
Sam Gentry's, ISth District Thursday " 20
Esqr. t'arlock has an invitation and I pre
sume will of course at tend the above appoint
incuts. L. R. HUltS'f.
Phillip S. White, the distinguished
Temperance Lecturer, will speak at the fol
Cleveland, Wednesday, July 18
lienton, Thursday, " 111
Alliens, Saturday, " 21
Madisonville, Sunday, " 22
lliivussee College, Monday, " 28
Maryville, Tuesday, ' 24
Knoxville, Wednesday, ' 25
The candidates for Senator will address
the people at the times and places below :
Kincannon's Ferry.Meigs co., Monday, " 9
Martin's .Store, " Tuesday, " 10
Moore's Si ore, " Wednesday "11
Hoggess' X Roads, " Thursday, "12
T. I'rigmore's, McMinn co., Friday, " 18
Sweetwater, Monroe co., Saturday, " 14
Johnson's Mill, " Moudav', " M
Gentry's Mill, " Tuesday, ' 17
Iiig Cr'k Meet. House," Wednesday" 18
Iron Works, " Thursday," " 111
Coco cYkFry'sStore)'" Friday, " " 2n
Lee's Store, " Saturday, " 21
Madisonville, " Monday, " 2U
Firestone's, MoMinn co., Tuesday, " 24
The candidates for Floater will attend the
aiove appointments iu Meigs, McMinn and
C A N D 1 II A T I) t.
T7 We re milhorlied and rrqiicntwl lo announce
Meat. Wx. 0. Lii.lahii, as a CHiirthlste lor Ihe buie
Scimte, lor the district composed ot Monroe, Meigs,
McMinn and t'ollt counties.
t?T We nre Milhorlied and requtstrd lo snnonnce
llt.ii. (4. A. SMITH as a csndlduie for ru-lwtlon to rep
renuiH the Third Congressional District In the Congress
of the U. 8. Election 2d of August uext.
We are sutliorlied and requested to announce Col.
JAS. J AH VIS ss a csndldnle for a seat In the Senatorial
hrnnchof n-xt Legislature, to represent the Ills) riot com
pound of McMinn, Meigs, i'olk suit Mouroo counties.
We re sullioiUcd and requested to announce nt. WM.
J.JOHNSO.N ass csndulatefor the Hciiale, for the Pin-
trlct composed of tho counties of Monroe, Mvlgs, relk
flf We are authorised nd requested 10 snnounce
ft. F.. POAK as a candidate Si represent Monroe county
In the populnr brooch of nel Legislature.
ifr We nre authorised and requested to annni.nce
JAS. McKAMY, of folk county, a esndldsteter Joint
Itenreseiitstlre for the plurlct composed of the counties
of Meigs, McMlnu and- I'olk.
ttf We are authorised and requested In announce'
J. 11. C0II1I. Kq., ass candidate for Joint Representa
tive for the Dlstrlclcomposedof thecounllesnf McMinn,
Folk and Meigs, at the ensuing August election.
Iff" We are requested B) announce Hon. JOSIAI1 M.
AMIF.KHON as a candidate to represent the M Congres
sional Uisiricl In the nemOongress U. t. Klection 9d
August nest. .
tW We are Authorised and requested te annonaee
MJ. L. R. HUltST as a candidate lo represent McMlnu
county (nahe popular branch of the pest begulsture.
IW" We are authorised and requested to announce
CoMI. W. IIALl.KWas a eandldnto til represent the
fenatnrlal District eomposed uf the counties of Monroe,
McMinn, Polk and Meigs, In the next General Assembly
of Tennessee. Klectlou Sd of August next.
rtf" We are anlhnrlaetl and requested to snnosnce
JAS. C CAltLOOK, Esq., as a candidate to represent
McMinn county lu the lower brauch of next Legislature.
rT We are authorised lo announce JNO. r. TOWKIl
as a oandidate for Joint RepresentatlTe, from Ihe Dis
trict composed of the countlta ef McMlun, Mflrfi aud
I'olk, at die ensuing August election.
rrf We are authorised lo announce Cel. Js. ITrrseT,
f I'olk county, (formerly of McMinn.) as a candidate
hrOrlgsdlsr Ouieral 6th Brlgsde Tennessee Mlhtlv
The Brigsde Is composed ef the oounlles of noane,
Monroe, McMlun, Polk, and Bradley.
Inunrnis Sale. It has long ceased to be faah-
louabte to "puff" patent mcUtcines. oj do any thing ta
euhauce their sale; nl troin any particular prtudiee
that has arisen in the public ittiiid against them, but
simply from the wurthlessnesa of uearly all tha l-great
remedies" crowded iuto the market. But occasionally
a medicine that possesses real merit is brought imo
lijiit one that is really what ii purports to be. Of this
data, Sloan's preparalious can be ranked with safety,
for we have heard of no instance where his medicines
bare been tried, but that U. fullest satisfaction has
been given, and their immense sale will fully attest their
popularity. frupori Journal, 111.
ike Sloau'aadverttseiuent iu another column.
Siphilia, Scrofula, nnil IsUrasrd
Blood. For these ternBe diseases. Carter's Spauiih
Mixture is the only specinc.
The proprietors have in their possession over one
hundred certificates of the most extraordinary cures
effected by it.
We refer to the certiffcate of Richard Adams, late
High Sheriff of Richmond, Vs., Edwin Burtuu, Commis
sioner of the Revenue lor Uichuioiid; (Jen. Welch, of
the M.'unmolh Circus; Pr. Huudlty, of Washington t'ily;
Mr. Win. A. Matthews and C. U. Luck, Kq.. of Hieh-
liAdt aV ,!,'.. arlin haVO SCeD CKin nf w.'.t .1..
acriptlon cured by Carter's Spanish Mixture. They all
cermy tual it is me g"-4 yurmer 01 l&e blood
It would hardly do for any one to hava the temerity
now-a-d.iva to question the excellence of Dr. Ilouriand's
Oerman Bitters, which are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jack
sou. Iu cases of dyspepsia, liviAroniplniiit, and de
rangement of the digestive organC their many virtues
have long since been made plainly apparent. They
purge from the system the morbid humors which retard
the natural functions, Cud brine paleness to the cheek,
unl- siifftring to the brow. They b;ieish those clogs
upon h.ippine, rud I'ditore the sysitui lo high health,
Ir. nrl.anrslilrrr I'illa. Hhen the pro
proprietor ol this imaluulile remedy pnrclmsca it ol Hie
iiiveiiter, there wus no tiiedieine shieh deserved the
name, for the cure of Liver and Bullous compiuhils,
notwithstanding the grcnl prevalence of these diseases
in the t'uiteil States, la the South and West particu
larly, where the patient is frequently unable to obtain
the services of a reguhir physician, some remedy was
required, at once safe and effectual, and the operation
of which could in no wipe prove prejudicial to the con
stitution. This medicine Is supplied by Dr. McLane's
Liver Pills, ss has beeu proved in every Instance In
which it has hnd a trial. Always beneficial, not a soli,
tary Instance has ever occurred in which Its effects
have been injurious. The invention of an educated and
distinguilied physician, it has nothing In common with
the quack nostrums luiponed upon the public by shallow
pretenders to the medical art. Experience has now
proved, beyond a doubt, thut Poelor McLane's Pill Is
the best remedy ever proposed for the Liver Complaint.
Purchasers will be cnrcful to ask for Dr. M'.nnti't
CtUbrtiUd I.ifirr P ill, ami take none else. There are
other Pills, purporting to he Liver Pills, now before the
public. Dr. M'Lune's Liver Pills, also his Celebrated
yermifuge, can now be had at all respectable Drug
Stores in the United States and Canada.
For sale by P. 11. Kkitu k Co., Athens; J. A. k C. W.
CorriN, Madisonville; and by oue Agent In every town
In Tennessee. June 1ft
On the 27th ultimo, by ttev. W. K. Caldwell, Jons M.
Dates, Esq., to Mrs. Is iimxi Cowan all of Charleston.
In Bcutnti, on Thursday Ihe 2Sth nit., by the Rev. Mr.
Milburn. Mr. Hour. A. McCuar, te Miss Jclu Ft-rzi.ii
all of I'olk county.
Or Croup, on the 29th of June, 1855, Jemivs, daughter
of Alexander and Jemima Clcagc aged ID months aud
The spoiler found strange beauty on that cherub brow,
with ruthless haste he touched its veins with lee, and
bound forever the sflkeu fringe that curtalucd those
soft blue eyes.
'Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade,
. Death came with friendly care,
The opening bud lo Heaven conveyed,
And bade it blossom there."
Augusta, July 2,
Hereirltli And statement of our Produce market:
Bacon, hog round, 10 lujsjc, demand light; hams
dull, at 9 12 as extremes, most sales 111 1'i.Vc; sides
US a 12t; shoulders 9,, l I.ARn 11 12 He
Tallow I2,Vc. Uttr, Pukk, and Muttox dull at last
week's quotations. Wool and Cotton Goons same as
then quoted. Coks 1,1o 1.20. Oats 8U 9nc.
Meal l,2 1,0. Wheat fl,40 S1.0U lor Red,
and fl.te 1,7S for While. FLOtla 9 (H 11.,VI.
Dttv Hides 11 C(6 12c, and scarce. Beef Mams Hiiiku
II to 1-2 c. Vemson do. IU 12c. Etock Peas $ 1 ,60.
Beans T2,u0 2,.'KI. Featiieks 811 VSk. Beeswax
21 fi 2JJc. Buttkb H 2c. Eggs Ift ISc.
KxciiASuK on the North X cent, premium.
Yours, very iruly,
J. A. AXSI.EY,
CommtMton and Prwtuoe Mfrrhimt.
Atlanta, July 2.
During the past week we hare noticed but little an
tmaiiou in our Produce market.
Bices Is in only moderute demnnd at present prices,
though a re-aetion Is confidently expected in a short
time. We quote sides at 12 12M"; hams 12c, dull;
shoulders 9, 9c; hog rraiiid 11 WHe. Labd, In
bbls., dull, 111 ftj 12c. IlrTTSit, Tenn. In kegs, 12V (ii
Cuus, dull, l l.luc'bMn. Coiin Meal I,1i)
l.l.-). Il.tr, Tenn. la bales, $1,00 V let) lbs. Feath
ers dull, I17u.
Excbasok Slplit drafts on New York 4s; Augusta,
Charleston aud Savannah H t cent. prcm.
General Commin JercAfins.
.11 ii mil Market.
Macon, July 2.
Transactions for Ihe pist week light, witli stocks of
Bacon, Lard and Flour moderate sales limited, prices
Bacon, hog round, with clear sides, 10 1 lc; clear
sides 11, 12c; hams lll'i lie; shoulders 9
inc. Lash, stocks heavy, II V 12c in bbls. Cohn,
little demand, (1,25 l.So. Oats, sales limited
7A SI). Peas, sales limited, 1.25 0 (l,M. Meal,
sales limited 1,8U SI.Hft. Funm, superfine, per
sack, 4,&U ia.V, extra fine ." fi,.MI, IV sack.
FEATitras, dull, 1)3 Sac. Il.tr, good Tennessee, 1,50
1,75 V cwt. Bt'TTKa. good article id IRc.
L'orrcK, Ilio.flrm, 12,'t 18c. Cuoak. New Orleans t)i
Sc. Molashkh, In Imrrels, A7 41to.
Eicuakgeoii New York V cent. prem.
AM.KN i PUNLAP.
Omtissfon MrrrhonU, Macon, Go.
WHEAT XrjV.TSTTE:X3 1
LAItUEIot of good Wheal wanted for which the
highest cash market price will hcpulri. hr
July tl P. II. KEITH a CO.
Sale of Negroes, &c.
"117E will sell to the highest bidder on the
VV 2Sth instant, at the lute resilience o"
John Caldwell, deceased, three miles Knst uf
Madisonville, Monroe county, the follow
i ti pr property, viz : two nejjro men, two negro
women, nnd oneirl. And all the stock eon
sisliuu; of horses, cattle, Imjrs and slu'ej'; one
fciiir-horae wnjjtin and i;eniiiip; one fauiily
earriau; and nil the farming ul.ensils; house
hold and kitchen furniture, belonging to said
For all sums of ton dollars and under, cash
in hand and for all sums over thut amount,
n credit until the 1st day of January, 1 Sort,
will be given, liy the purchaser giving nolo
with approved security.
J. II. JvlHXSTOV,
J. K. CALDWKI-U
July 6-td-33t ' Kxeeittors.
4 M lor sale, at the old ttand iu Calhoun,
. 25 Ithls New Orleans Ucbnilcd Molasses.
10 i Ltlds. dn. do. do.
30 Hal's fine liio PotTee;
ROD dais. Cuba Molasses;
2500 l.bs. Ill-own Sugars;
6000 " Cnstintrs;
101100 ' ltolledlron all of which will be
sold low by wholesale or letail.
Our Iry floods stock is full and fine, and as
low down in price as me lowest..
J. l MARTIN" 1 SON
t .n,,M ni nns word to the oulilie. aa it
.nine man money. On the 1 lt.li of
June I mailed at this oilice, in a letter to
Nnshville. Tcnu., s f 100 liill. 1 he loiter was
..:.i.,l in ilia nlncn book here, nnd line
failed lo reach Na-hville; and on eomparini;
... . . i :ti r .1.- v.. i.. -n- i
duplicate war iihib too unstiviiio nun
Calhoun post Masters, find the one sent from
Calhoun never reached its destination ami
I would say to those who send money to
Nashville by mail to be careful as there, is a
scoundrel eoniowliere on the route.
1 ii. r. aiAiuiN.
Calhoun. July 2d, 1855.
. Decatur Academy.
rrMTK Trustees of Deentur Academy take
X pleasure ill informing -the ptihlio gene
rally that they have secured the services of
T. J.('apps, who is graduate of East Ten
nessee University, and whoso written tesli
monislt ent itles us to recommend him as every
way qualified for the business of leaching.
TIltMS or TUITION.
Reading, Writintr and Arithmetic 14,00
Knglish Science". 0tl
Lsngusite and Higher Slalliematios 7,60
Itoarding can he had on moderate terms.
The sussiou will commence on the 23d of
Uv order of the Board,
JOHN K. NLIL, Chairman.
June t?, 18 tf M
Tfonroe remnty, Tenn.
THE Spring session of this young but pros
perous luatitutiun will close as follows:
Annual Kxamixatiox. Tuesday aud Wed
nesday, 17 tli and 18th July;
SrsjiKiNa and Co.xrkBKiNO DiPLOMAs, Thurs
day the. lVtli.
The Fall Session will commence Monday,
.Sept. 17th, at which time students will find
it to their advantage to tie present to cuter
their proer classes.
Ttiriox J 10 per session; Contingent fee
$1; boarding at moderate rates. A number
of rooms in the vieiuity are occupied free of
charge by those wishing to board ihciinelves;
which they do at a cost ot fioiu tilky cents to
one dollar Per week-.
Our location is in t he tountry, two nnd a
half miles Iron! Mnanon ville, in a neighbor
hood nolea lor industry and moralitv; con
seqiienU? we are comparatively free from
temiitulions to protiigaiilv, inleiiiiieiancc.
and other vices too frequently met with iu
towns and cities.
A post olliee has been established at the
institution; therelore letters to the Faculty
and Students should be addressed to "lliwas-
ee College, Monroe coutitv, Tenn."
July C JOHN II. llltU.XKIt, Prest
By Authority of thu Stole of Groraia.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
Grand Scheme for July,
To be drawn July 23.1, K-V In the elty of Atlanta, Oa.,
a lien irises amounting to
Will be dUtributcd according to the following magnifi
cent Scheme! And remember every Prise drawn at
each Drawing, aud paid when due without deductiun 1
1 Prlicof slS.OOO
1 do a.ooo
1 do , 4,000
I do S.OIN)
1 do a,ooi
i do l.aoo
1 do 1.1 OO
fi prises or 1.IHKI 6,000
10 do 600 6iuwu
50TPrles In all, amounting to 400,000
OSLY Tt'X TIOCSAXU ATifBKtS !
Tickets f 10 Halves and Quarters in proportion.
Bills on all solvent Bunks at' par. All communica
tions strictly confidential.
SAMUEL SWAN, Ageut and Manager,
April 27-844 ' Atlanta, Oeorgia.
Poplar Hi 1 Academy,
FOIt MALES AND FEMALES,
.Tlc.llillll Count)', Tenn.
rIMIE Fourth Session of this Institution will
1 open on Monday, July 2od next, and
clo?e on Friday the 21st day of December
BATES OF TlUTlOJf.
1st. Class Orthography, Heading Wri
ting and Mental exercises. (5,00
2d. Class Geography, English Gram- .
mar and Arithmetic. $7,00
3d. ( lass Natural I'liilosophy, Chem
istry, Logic, Hltetoiic and ilal hemat
ics, f 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 case of protracted
sickness. Boarding can be had in private
families near the School, on moderate terms.
J. C. IJAUII, rrineipal
June 2, l85S--tf.. 2.
( limice ry C'ourl Ht Alliens.
Uriuh Denton, administrator of Geo. W.
The Creditors of the said G. W. Hale,
rIMlK account ordered in this cause at the
J February Term of the Court 1 855, will be
taken nt the Master's oilice in athens on the
16th day of July next, nt which lima the
parties can attend with their proof.
Win. LOVYRY, O. it Jf.
June 29, 1355 St IVs fee $2 353
t Iiuuci r y Court at Decatur.
W, W. Lillurd, It. M. Lillard nnd E. W.
IX this cause it appearing from sn allega
tion of the liill I lint E. W. King is a non
resident citizen of the State of Tennessee, it
is therefore ordered that publication be made
in the Athens I'ost n newspaper pu'ilished in
t li e town of Athens, McMinn County, Tennes
see, for four consccutivo weeks, requiring
said non-resideiit respondent to appear al
our nest Court of Chancery to be held at the
Court House in the town of Decatur, on the
2d Monday of September next, then and there
to answer Complainant's aforesaid liill or
the same will be taken as confessed as to him.
and set for hearing accordingly.
. O W. MCKENZIE, C. it J1
I'er W. Ij. McKinlky, l. o. A M.
Juno 20, 1 855 it Vrt fee ?3 353
W. W. Lillard, U. M. Lillard. K W. King,
J. IJ. lioggess, and S. M. Uoggess.
I X this enuse it appearing from an allega
tion of the Bill that Respondent V.. V.
King is a non resident Citizen of the State of
Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publi
cation be made in the Athens Tost a news
paper published in the town of Athens,
McMinn County, Tenne?sae, for four succes
sive weeks, requesting said non-resident res
pondent to appear at our next Court of
Chancery, to be held nt the Court House in
the town of Decatur on the 2d Monday of
September net then and there' to answer
Complainant's liill, or thesume will be taken
ns confessed as to him, and set fur hearing
G. W. MCKENZIE, C. .t M.
1'cr VV.L . MoKinlkv, u. c. tit -M.
June 29, 1855. It Trs fee fa 353
Bloody-Flux, Djscn'crj, Diar
rhea & Cholera!
rI"MIE above disorders, so prevnlent in this
L country, can all be cured by the (inefen
berg Dysentnry Syrup, which is sold for only
6U cents per bottle'
CUT.-, UUitNS, SWELLINGS, Clt IN FLA
MATRIX, either external or internal, cured
by the Gra'fcnberg Green Mountain Ointmi.nt;
plica 2fi cents per box better than any Lini
ment or rain-Killer for it gives instant relief.
FMiug of I'm V,mb and all other diseases
ire promptly cured by Marshall's Utshink
Catiiolioon price reduced to $1,50 per bottle,
the only remedy t lint has yet been discovered
that reaches the above complaint.
TIIEGH.EFENliEUG VEGETABLE PILLS
are pronounced the very best pills in the
world ; 1011,0(10 boxes nre sold every year in
Tennsee juice -,!S cents.
These and all other Gncfonberg Medicines
are for sale by
AV. ltUKNS, Athens; B. F. Maktim A Son,
Calhntin; Vaiioii A 1'icKi.r; Sweetwater; W.
I Wiiitr, Loudon; O, Cammos, -Madisonville.
ALKX McKENZlE, Nnshvillle.
Juno 29, 6." Sui 351 General Agent.
t'lillioun and t liarli-alon
3VI nsiouia ZuaitltutD,
tor Klnles and Oinulea.
rTVig neil Fesslou f this Institution commences on
X Monday, June 2Sth.
7Vin, per Seuton .w month, payabU om-half
Primary Department ........17 00
Junior Class 10 00
Henlor " Is 0(1
Cotulngent FfC 60
Htudents entering the first week or the session may
enter for one-half suasion. All who enter after the (lrl
week must enter till the end ef the session. No deduc
tion is made for lost tlm eleept in cases ef protracted
sickness. Board may be had la either town or vicinity
at reasonable terms. Vacant rooms may also be had
where young men may hoard themselves.
Charleston, June 8-2ra II. D. IIEV WOOD, Pr'pl.
rTi f Jv Coffee ;
0UU 2000 lbs. Uio do.;
200 lbs. Crushed Sucsr;
)00 " Caraccas Indigo;
J00 " Star Candles ;
80 " Duponl's Rifle Powder;
60 " " Blasting do.;
1 J lb. Cans Eagle do.;
200 gallons No 1 Golden ttyrup ;
All of which will be sold a usual, at the
ery lowest rrlee.
June S W. 0. HQRT0N 4 CO.
Holland & Rawlins,
WtKXKSALJ A SO BSTAll DULSOS 01
nardrrare, Cutlery, Saddlery, ic,
COfSTP.T Merchanta, Mechanics. Saddlers, and
Build, r wiU Hnd here a l.trgv snc ot i.ds at
prices thai wdl compare favorably with ihe ri!iern
market. Orders promptly atteuded lo. (Junel.V6m-"M
Harps of Colvunliin.
A f E no have the Largest and Licst as-
V aortmeitt of this Celebrated Music
Book we have ever hnd.
C. F. Jt T. F. GIBSON'.
VM. t,vions inJtbled to u uiS do well lo come
forward and make payment Immediately. We
uut have our business settled up. After August Court
our Notes and aeeoiuiU will all be placed in the hands
I an officer for collection. So come up und :ive costs.
jullc :o MCSPAOIIEN 1 1IOI1TOX.
euther Machine Beitinp;.
PAT:r riveted, stretelwl and cemented Leather
Machine Belllne 1S and HenUeck Tanned all
widths, from I to-l iuches, of our omu iiuinufjicture sod
of warranted quality, silitshle for Cotton Factories, Ma
chine !hop, Oins, Tlireshers, Pumps, Ae., tc. A large
asAortineui always ou hand and for sale in qumuiiies to
At llie Sndrtlerr AVnreliouse of
SIlKltMAN. JK.SLP t CH.,
Stl Broad street. Aiishkis, Uenrgia,
II All I! M- NH'llnI.t CO,,
Cor. Meeting and llasel sUeeis,Cluirleston, 8. C.
Clear Spring High School,
for ill a lea and Itainleb,
rfwilR Seventh Hesi-lon of this Iuslitutiou will com
M. mence on . Monday, July 16ih, next. '
Temu, per Sruiuit of Jlft ool;ixtyalU at fAetioss
of th .VsWoh :
fpelllng, Heading and Writing (JM
Kngliah (iramuiur. Arithmetic and lleugruphy.... s UU
MHthemnlics and Natural SclcHC 10 IK)
No student admitted for a less term lhau half session,
nnd no ded'ietion for lost time eaeept ui case of Pre-vi-
Boarding can be had La. Uie nelghhorhood of the
School nt a reasonshle price. S. P. IIALK,
June S, ISoo-Sin-UoO Principtil.
J list rioooivod,
OUUU 0 sacks Uio Coffee ;
400 gals. Molasses ;
61 boxes Star Caudles,
lue 15 A.tEAUJCAt,0.
SOUTH ERN M I L1T1M IIYAC.1 D YAW
Xj er t tory.
(ST AIJTIIoniTV OK TIIK hT TE OF A I. ISAM A.)
CONli VOTED OX TIIK If A t'A .YA PL AX.
Or 1- . IX cl BollO IX3L Oil
10,000 ,aiubert 4 OS I'rizesl
To W dm wit I lie IStli nt July.
And remember every Prize drawn nt each Drawing, nnd
paid when due without discount T
Prise of 7,5on
" ; MuKl
t " , -.'.11110
" fi.tsiu i 2,01)11
S 1 Mill t.!M)
10 " VM Sims
15 111(1 , 5H00
M " fl S.lll'O
IliO ' 20 ,unu
KM prises in all amniinlliig to (au.tilio
Tickets $S ll:it-es and Quarters la proportion.
Bills nn ull solvent Banks taken st pur.
Alt communications strletlv confidential.
BAMCKL SWAN. Agent and Manager,
Sigu of the Bronte Lions,
JuIyIl' l8M lf-''ln8 Montgomery. Ala.
P. D. C..T.-is7 "
XHD DEALRII IS
Agricultural Implement and mllachintry.
No. 12 Broadway T.W YOU K.
KKTCIIL'M'S Mowing Mochlnr; ui f'rfiutt,
. Hi me Hoe; Cnllimlort, 11mm, Stroir Cuttere,
('orn Shelter, Proper, IorM Poicer and Thretiher,
Oonbined Ttirenher ami Winnower, and other Apr!'
cultural Milehine. may 18-tf-iH7
Athens Foundry Ware-Room,
1 - Next door to Tennessee Hunks
-7"llKltE Is kept constantly on hand- and Tor sale,
Cooking and other Stoves, Hollow Ware, And
irons, Ac., and all kinds of Tin Furniture. We lire also
prepared to till orders for Hpouting, and Tin Ware to
merchants am! ot Iters, upon short notice and good terms.
Having engaged the services of an excellent workman,
we are eontident of giving satisfaction,
may ll-tf-o4ii Z1MMK11MAM k THOMAS.
S. K. RMDKlt
VEPKCTFUIXV Informi the rUkent of McMinn
J county, Hnd the public fft-t.erully.thHt lie uttt-nd
to the Helling, l'urcliaiiir, nnil Korwitriliiifr of till kiiuln
of Produce. A loo, lo oro!riiiJc Ododi, (i rocerk a, or nn.V
kind of Machiiury thut mny be vnlkij for. He run ftir
nivh Machinery, ucli an Threshers, l.e-iper, Mowein,
Stalk and Straw Cutttr,.of Any kind wUhed, ut munu-
Ittcturt'iit price, freight mlUetl.
A eood lot uf Tliretthei-s on the y mid In arrive In a
few d.iyn. Also, one Circuliir Saw Mill nnd one rinver
1 1 tiller on twin (I ami for kkIc oy e. ti. KhhifMt.
Alheni, Tumi., inny M-tf-S4l) .
EDWARDS II 0 TE L,
Uucktowu Copper IVIiuoM
THE snburribcr hns purrlitmed the property nt the
foot of Copper II ill Ihicktown, lately owned hy
Win. C. Murdock,and hua opened a Puldio Il.niHe. IUh
arranKeiiientfi are ample to entertaiii all who njnycull,
and he aniiurea the public Unit hi Table shall he tnipplied
with the beMt the country alTordit, and that no pains
shall he spared on his part to make all comfortable who
mny give him a call, may lMt J. II. KDWAUDH.
o on. o o 33 n. i u s.
A. II. & J. M. CROW
UKSI'KCTKnXY announce to the public that they
have now aud will keen const antlv on hand a gen-
end assortment of superior Liquors, which they will sell
tow ior casu, wnniesaic and retou.
Also. Cheese, Crackers, Itnislus, Candles, and every
thing else that is good to eat. (march 2-tf
(.inn lobnrco.-A good nrllcle atHocetit. per
J.1 plug, at. JuneS HKIIOHS'.t.
"Ti:W 'I'svo florae lVairon for sale by
Xw Alliens, June a
S. K. HKKIU'.R.
C1f FIXTIOX A It I V.S Candies, Almonds,
J Pecans, Oranges, l.vuious. Ac., just reeeived and
for sale, hy nprll KU A. CI.KAllK . CO.
Three of these celebrated Inhor-saving niHehiues
on hand aud fur sale at manufacturers' priers. Iv
may II K. K. Ul.M'l.ll.
iJ IIOK I'lUJX. H 'm.liels Shoe Pegs Ju.t received
3 and for sale. Apltt W. II. ItKYNOI.IlS.-lleiiton.
II ST rtrrlvcrt nnil In Merr, a large lot
J nf Cliirill. il and llrown Kugiir, (V,n",-e, Molitsses and
flue Syrup. Soda, Pearl Starch, Zilie Wash-boards, I'aiiil
ed Tubs, Holler's Writing Fluid, Matches, Ktar aud So
lar Candles, which will bo sold cheap for cash, I r
mny as . u. n . now.
NI'.W HOOTS -A!'l MIIOIOX. If you call
and examine our stock whieli we are just opening,
we feel assured you will not leave before buying a pair
of Hoots or Chocs. For the Ladles, we have the best
Kid, Calf and Patent (lalti'rs. For Iho Ocntlenieti, Kip
and Calf Uonta; (ioat and Calf Phors.
may -l v. r. a- i . r. iiiii.ii.t.
Ill l. IIII,I,t;T M-'HII. received and for
sale by apl ) KKYKS IIKNIlKltSON.
''rK have on hand and for sale s sopfrlor article of
V Ilolllng Cloths, Nos. ft, , , II nnd I'l.
Nov. IW SICKWKM UILI.KM'IE.
Clin til S mid Tohnrco. A large lot of CI
J aars and Tobacco, from the very Hm st to a low
priced article, Just received by W. II. HKYNOLIl.i,
April n iienion, lennessee.
OIlKof Unit Nn. 1 Ttlinrrn at the Ksrmers
Cheap Store, hy C. K. A T. V. OIIIHON.
fct ,T i MX l,T I 0" new and sound barrels Vlr
giuia Salt, received and for snle hy
April ID . U. IIOItTON CO.
illl'.WIMJ TOIMCrO, fine article, and
&egrs, for sale by np i'i A. CI.KAOK CO.
fil,M'K-A lnl of ttlh Thomas' eeli-hratrd
J Clock. Jum reilelvrd and for sale low. Persona
wixhlug lo gut a good Cloek at a reasnnnble price now
have and opporiuuity of doing an. Cull soon before
they are all sold. W. II. HtYNOI.DS,
Aprils ueuion, 'Tennessee.
CSl'i:Ty f I A good lol of Tnpe and
Thread Fuse on hand and for sale low by
Aprils " sn, ui,iib, ueniou, Tenn,
SOTir.TIIIXJ F.V. .lust received, line
French Worked Collars, lldkfs, Veil., L ittler Sleeves,
fine Silk, Fam-y Kid and Lisle Thread (ilores-, gllk, Cash
mere aud Colton lloae; nrullemen's lliie Kid, Nik and
Thread f.loves; Shirt Collars; lldkf.j Due Paris, Spaulsh,
Hone-slick and I'allu Leaf Fans largest Int ever brought
to Athens. At rao ' HRIIOKN'S.
Dr y MM- nnlrrlnN mimI 'I'noU.-flold
Foil; Sponge flold; I'oreelala Teeth; tins Plate
Work; Excavator., Pluggcrs; liursj riles, te., Jut re
ceived and for sale by niarHu . 8l;lloltN.
I1JA0 I'OII I I.K A asoit bargain. Apply
lo l"LrA'i''''J . wm. iiun.Ns.
;T HrrlwMl. and lorale, a lot of Cooper's
I Kolled Iron; alse.a nrsl rale arilrlenf No 1 Oh.w.
Ing Tobacoo, bw A. P. IIKAhFOItO,
Feb. . 4 Uloevllle, Tenn,
SALT! N I.T t 10 bids. King's Hall, ast re
eeived and for sale by
April 6 KFVF-S I!KN!E!tCN.
AIIIUM IIOWNFTH. A bssollftd lol ef tion.
J nets of be latest stylet, Just rreeivsd snd for sale
pw. . Apt W. b. RCYNOLOS, Bsntea.
for the romplttt rnr of Congh, CM, Inf
., All,ina, Uronrhitit, Spilling of l'oot,
anil alt other eomplaint trnJinti to
S $ 5j sj a s
rWlMIS preparation la fft-'ttintf uto uce alt over our
I. country. The numerous letttrs w rvcrive nron
our various (rents, in tormina; us el cur tttrcteti iu their
iiumetltttte nrifhhorhoo4ls, varraut iu. in sayiiiR tt it oa
of the best, if not the very best coujrh mediiine now be
fore the public. It ahnont InTariably relieves and tivi
uulrequemly cures the Very worst i-e. When all other
couKh preparainns have baled, this ban rvlievfd the pa
tieut, as DruKHit(d-l;ni in mt-dicinea,and Physkian
ran testify. Atk the afreut In your oearrt town, what
Iiju bei-n bis cxpt-rieiice of the effects of this Medicine.
U he ha been si-ilins: it for any letirth of tttut 1m will
tell you U m Ui bt JfMMtte veiM.
Itf low we give a ft w extractr from letters we hare re
ceived lately rg ardiiijr the virtues of this medicine.
)r. S. 8. Osltn, of Knoxville. t.a., says : I have bee a
usinp fuur Liverwort and I'ar very eatennhrly In my
practice for three years patt, and, it i with pleasure I
state my bHif In its inpiritirity over all otht r article
with which 1 am net uai tiled, for which It H rec mom ended.
MttfSM. KitSKerald k lU'tiucrs, writing (roiu aynvs
vlllf , N. C, say : The Liverwort and Tar is heeotnina?
daily nmre popular In thtit country, and we think justly
so. All who have trirtl it fpeitk in commer.diible ternui
uf it, an sny it it very bt'tu-ncial In alleviating the coui
phiintc for which It Is recoiniiumd d.
Our Apent iu IMrkens ltistrlet. H. C. 8. R. MeFall,
rui ti us "H.;it he u.- ft with e;reitt hem fit in his own
family, and reemimn'nda It to bis iir!P,'.ibor." lie fitra
an limtiitu'e ol a Nt'trio wmnau. iu his vicinity, who baU
been sutlerin eith Uiwafe of the bunt lor years, al
tctultd with aevire ccugh,wlio was relieved hj the Uv
erwort and Tar.
Sm hnrethe frood reports we hear of this me.Uomt
from all parts of the Poiith. For a report of the sum
prisinir inrt'M It haa pi rfnnel Wntcrn and Northern
and KiiKtt-rn .tatec, we would Invite the sulTcrlt.fr patient
to read the pamphlet which accompanies each bottle.-
To all, we suy, Acitv hvjtr,Ati0e Atyr
TUV TUB MKiUCINKll
Bh WARXK1 IX S&'ASQXnt
And uefflect not that eoufrb which Is dully weakening
your coiistituiion, irritating your Uii oat and lungs, and,
inviting on that dread dlaease, OonMuiipliuti, when so
soothinft aud UcHlingm renu'dy can be obtained us Ir.
HoiferH' Syrup af Liverwort aud Tar.
L'eieare of Uonnttrfett and Hone Imitation it
The genuine article Is slfrtifd Aitnarw UoiiKaa, on th
engraved wrapper around each bottle.
Price, 1 pcrbu4itctor six bottles for f5. MJ whole
aalcand retail by rH'iiYll. MKA1,
III ChiUtret.y hot. Couti ami Si. A'. O.
Bote Agents for the Southern htuti B, to whom all vr
ders-and applications for Agencies must be iuM: oNfd.
Kuld also by V, It. Kkith k Co., Athens; Lvm I Ham
mond, Charleston; W. II. CitunMitt, Clevihind; Most
McKamv, lienton; J. A. A V. W. CitrrtM, Madlnoitvllle;
aud agents In every town In the Htute. June l-ttu
'"O C 0 E E H "0 U"SE,
nv U. A. A J. A. XI II US.
"TT'O pains will he spared to promote tiio eotnrorl of
ij guests. The T:il,le will lie spread with the heel the
market affords. It Is our rieterniiniition to mnke the
"Ocoee House" ei(Ual to the best iu Ike country. Givn
us .call. may U-ly-4
"DINNER HOUS Er
lnttt Tciinoaacc A OcorRlu Itnll Kuuil.
I.. DE I.A, Froprlelor,
Sip WrFCTKl'M.Y Informs the trjivellng public thai
V he hns opened a Ilium r House near the new In
put, in Cleveland, for the liem-tit of travelers on thu
Kast Tennessee and (lenrgla Rail lluad. where he will bo
pleased to serve all who may rnll on him with the best
the country nlfonls.- , Cleveland, June I-tf"34g
Ull JAS. BUCKNER,
IK returning bis tluinks fur tlia vcrv liberal
inlrunn;e lie litis nli'cady rcceivcJ, would
rKieulltillj nmioiini-e to ull wbo may need
the uiJ uf a Dentist, tlutt lie is well prepare!
In nxeeiitw nil work in the Vfttioin britiicliee
uf liis profe8si(in. (inncrnl .H isfnetion will
be given, both in prices nml style of work.
. Kiccyille, Tenn., Mny 25, 1858 ly 84
V A Mi D AVAIlll A"S'TS WANTEO.-I wnnl
M-A to buy a few Land Warrants, aud will give the high.
et market price for them In eimh. li K0. W. Wis S.
' June 8
" riiii v xTFlFi! siTr
3T , ixi 1 1 y nomodiof i
II S.-.I KU under the seal, sanction anil authority nf tho
1 Unlvrrslly of Free Midieine and Popular Knowledge,
chartered by the State of Peniis.vlviinia, April 'It,
with Hcnpitnl nf fllSI.IHKI, mainly for the putpoas of ar
resting the evils of spurious nostrums, nlu for supply.
Ing the community Mitli reliable remedies whenever a,
competent physician cannot or will not be employed,
have purehuseii from Dr.. Ii.hu It. Ilowund, his celebrated
Rowing's Tonic fixture,
Known for npwiinls of twcnly-flvo years as Ihe only
sure and safe cure for Fever and Ague, &c, and Ills Iu
eslimahle remedy for Howe! llomphiius,
Kou'iiud'aCoiiipoiiiiil syrup of lilnt k
Ix ii v Hoot,
which highly approved lin'd popular remeilies, together
Willi the 1'nlverntty's Keniedy ftir coniplsints of the
Lungs; the University's llemeily for Iiysp. p.la or Indi
gestion; tlie University's licniedy for Costive llnwels;
iiIho, the lilii versify 's Alms use, may be had ut the llraneb
Dispensatory, or store uf U. W. KOtS. mny Is-Cm
Chancery Sale of Land.
Dnviil Crocket, Kxeculor of liohn docket
nnil Kelson Crocket,
1UUSlA NT lo n ilcefoe of tlio ( hnneery
Court nt. Athens, bud iu thin cause nt tlie
Febniftry tenn, I85S, 1 will sell nt the Court
house door in Alliens, nt jmblie outcry, to t!i
highest biihlei', fur cn.-li in lintm, on ihe 21st
dity of .Inly next, one uiiiliviiltil hulf interest
in Ihe Lituil of thcsitiil John Crocket, in Mo
Minn country, nn which lie res Mel nl the time
of bis rlcntli.'iuitil tho youngest ihihl of Win.
Crocket, the son of ihe train I or itfureenid,
shnll nriiie nl. llio ngu of twenty une yenrs,
nnd nt Ihe cxpimtb.ii of ihitt time be, the
i,l .Inim-s Crnekel, is to liuve nnd enjoy nn
tindividcd foiitlli inli'ftst in snid J.Hltd;
nnd itbo, one titulii ided fotirlh interest
in n ccitiiiu Tract of l.iind which hclonjf
cd lo lh estnte of John Crocket., dccenseil,
nnd by him willed to tho snid Jiitnes Crocket,
nml known a the dry oiiniter, nnd sold an
Iho property of the gniil Jitniea Crocket, for
th satisfaction of I debt due the complain
ants, as per decree ( f l'cbrtinrv tfrni nforesnij.
WM. UlVVItY, V, & -If.
June H.T855 td pra fee 5 K 10
rI',IIE subscriber respectfully iinnoiinecg to
1 the public I lint he bus recently rebuilt
liia MILLS on Kast ainil lee, three tuilci NortU
enat of Cnlboun, Tenn., on an entirely nov
nnd improved 'plan, nnd is now tircpured to
aecnininoilnte those who have Vhcnt nnd
Corn to prim!, lie can grind Buy quantity
on short notice, aud insures n fine lurn-out.
1J specinlly solicits the p!tlronnir of audi
na desire n aupofior nrtiole of Motir lor fami
ly use. lie ia also prepared to crush Corn iu
the cob for slock. K-nd in vour drain nnd
ti v the Mills. . W. J. Mul I.ATCI1KY.
"June 15, IKS'S-tf H5!
Valuable and for Sale.
1lTUSL?ANTto ft decree or the Circuit
Court of Monroe ronnly, Tenn., in cnse
The petition of Samuel Donlhct nnd others,
us. Isaac T. limit lift and oilier, to tell lnnd
I will, nn the 1st tiny or September next, of
fer fr rule on the premises, situate in Itlomit
vmint v, Tenn.. m t lio Tonnessee l;iver, 7
miles "below Moinntun, n villi. aide Tract of
Lnnd, oontiiiliing Three Hundred and A'incty
r.iqlit Acre, inure or less, known ns the I lout h
ei old fnrin, nnd licintf the sumo on whieU
6nniuel Iloulhel, decensed, former! resided.
A credit of six uiiiitilis will be ilijen on one
hulf the ptircliiise iiioticr, nnd twelve month,
on the residue, the puicliu-'er giving bond n4
approved security and it lien retained tin tli
the purobnee money is paid.
John Mod, a in, rwr.
June 15, 1853 It pr's fee f 5 851
Off for Kansas!
F.IXO ilcairou of emigratinu; ton letter
huotinp ground, I now offer for sate mr
KAI1M at Uorej(town, Tenn. 'mere is a goou
Ilrick Dwelling and Smoke House, a frame
Shop and Store House, Stables. A e upon it.
I have no hesitancy in saying that it is the
moat deairnble Property in Kast Tennessee for
a Merelimit, a Physician, or Lawyer, who
wishes to farm also. Call itnd;- tbe proper
t and the owner. M. A, WOOD,
Ooon-etowii, Hamilton eo.,.liine 15, 1H65-Jt
Cliatiaiioog Oixette will plrase eopy
lo amount of S and forwnrd aee'l. M. a. w.
Ci F. A V, tiUloys One llau hare just
Jtt arrived from Ihe North, and Ihe stork lsenmiosed
nf the latest stylea, suvh as the be1 slol. flnssi Psnama,
Uin.e Wsutl'ul hlai k Lrflmiria. and some which are rail
id KnowNolhlrf Hals. Theyhsre, In short, a enmplsie
tssoruoent of Mea'aand Dovs'Snuaisr rUts,tl'hlhy
will ttll as cbesp as an of their ne.glil.nn. (via i
t i :