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TIIE ubscribera would respectfully an
nounce to tli e citizen of lloane and ad
joining counties, that they have erected nt
JaiU'Ioii, nnd have now in full operation, an
Iron Foundry, nud are prepared to receive
Every Description of 'tiiijn!
They will keep constantly bn hand different
sizes aud style of Cooking Stoves, furnished
complete, auch as the lloosier State; Ashlnud
Kentuekian, Ac, A-c.; various sizes Parlor:
Nine I'late, Chamber, Oll'ice and Shop Stoves;
Balloon Stoves; Fronts and Urates, for bunt
ing coal, toiethcr with a general assortment.
of Hollow Ware, consisting of Washing Ket
tles; Pots; Puns; Skillets, Ac, Ac; Waille
Irons; Fre Dog.; Wagon Boxes; Iron Hailing
of every description; Water Pijies, from one
inch up to any desired size. They are also
prepared to execute nil kinds. of GKIST and
SAW MILL CASTINGS, together with the
well known ICilgore Water Wheel, formerly
manufactured at Athens. This Wheel will
aw from 8tX0 to flflflO feet of Lumber per
dny, and will grind from 10 to. 15 bushels per
hour. Hivin,' liil considerable practical ex
perience in Mill Gearing, they flatter them
aelves they can give full satisfaction in any
work ordered from them. Also, the most im-
C roved Ploughs, right and left hand mould
oards; Uor.se Powers; Tnrealicrit; and in short
very thing in thier line.
There is connected with the Foundry an
where all work can be fitted up in the best
'manner, nud with dispatch.
1ST Old Iron nud Copper taken in ex
change for Castings.
(JROVF.S A KILGORE.
N. B. All Patterns that wilt come into
general use will be made free of charge.
May 25, 1855-ly S48
N3W, Rich and Desirable.
T3 now receivmi and opeiiini! a verv deaira
X ble assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS, eoinprising nlmost everything usual
ly brought to the market, such as Cloths,
Cnssimers. Tweeds. Dniii d'Ktes, Linen and
Cotton Goods of every description, Vesting
of dilferent qualities and latest styles, itciko.
A largo stock of Ladies Dress Goods, consist
ing in part ol Silk. De I.ninesi Lei-ages, Tis
anes, Lawns, Muslins, Gitigliiiiiis, Prints in
great variety and of the latest etyle; Kibbins,
Lnees, IMgings, Glove., Linen and Linen Cnm
brio lldks; nnd in fact every thing that is line
and nice that n I inly may cull lor.
He also has a lawn and varied slock ot
RHARY MADE CL0T111G, which he will sell
at a bargain.
Also, Hats, Caps, Bonhcls, Roots, Shoes,
Rleached and Brown Domestics, Hosiery
Hardware. Uueeswure. Glassware, do.
. He also keeps on hand a ge.ieral assortment
of Groceries. Kniees. Ac.
To all of which he respectfully invites the
attention of mirchnsers. believing that he
can olfur as great inducements in the way of
line, good nnd pretty goods, nnd low prices,
as nnv other house in th market. Give him
n calf, examine the asortment and judge for
A LARGli supply of Ulack and Cayenne
J.. Pepper, Alspies, Pot nnd PeiuiAoh, So
da and Mnleratiis, Cream of Tartar, Cubebs,
Corkscrews, Jiottles and Vinls, Window
Glass 8 by 10 and 10 by 12, Franklin and
City Glazier's Diamonds, Guin-Elastio Balls,
Starch Polish, Yeast Powders, Gentlemen's
Shoulder Unices, Spermacetti, Even's Geu
uino Crown Lancet.
A variety of Drugs and Medicines, Alcohol;
Oils Tanner's, Lard, Sweet; Leather, Japan,
nud Copul Varnish;. Paints and Dye-stuff,
and almost, every thing else.
' Please call and examine, nnd see what you
want. iMcMun's Klixir of Opium, an impor
tant articles. As I cannot name every article,
the public are invited to call and examine.
Athens, May 21, 1855.
tnir. vr so Tiii:jt ni:nt:v.
JAOOB SI OOXIDILri,
Cholera, ) Poll ALL 1 Cholera Morbus,
KirjBowel Discuses SSi,
I so, A mini My nli'"-il o man- I)1k
ctixra of t'l'imilca
The virtues of Jacob's Cordial are too well known to
1st, i cures the worst cases of I)lnrrlini.
'Jd, It cures the worst forms of llysrnlery.'
lid, It cures California or .Mexican lllarrha'a.
4lh, II relieves the severest Cholic.
nth, It cures Cholera Morbus.
6tli, It cures Cholera pifantuin.
7th, It cures Painful Menstruation.
8lh, It relieves Pain in Hack and Idns.
9th, It counteracts Nervousness aud Despondency,
lmli, It restores Irregularities.
Illh, It dispels tiloomy and Hysterical Feelings,
l'illi, It's an admirable Tonic.
A few tin" I tvtti aetn from Mlrr, TcHmonMn, 0e.
" 1 have used Jacob's Cordial in my family, ami have
found it a most elllulu.it, aud In my judgment, a valuable
remedy." una. iiiham vtAKxna,
Judge of Hupreme Court, Georgia.
''It gives me pleasure In being able to recommend Ja
cob's Cordial my own personal experience, and the
vxperienceof my neighbors aud friends around me, Is a
suilkient guarantee for me to believe it to be all that It
purports to be, vis: x stivuiciua bkmkhv."
Wm. 11. UtflhKnwonn,
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit.
(,l tnLu irreat pleasure iu recoinniendiug this invalua'
Me mi . Heine to all alllieted with bowel diseases, for which
1 believe it to he a sovereign remedy decidedly super!
or to anything elxe ever tried by me. A. A.tUci.nixu,
Deimiy (1. M- nf the Oraud Lodge nf Georgia.
"I have used Jacob's Cordial In my family, and' this,
with all I hear about it as a remedy by those who have
tried it, induces me to believe it stands ill the head of
every preparation of the kind, and 1 would rerouunciid
Its use in the disease lor which It is compounded.
Milks U. Dnlinixs,
Cashier llank of the State of Georgia, Orlflln.
"If there Is any credibility iu human testimony, Ja
cob's Cordial must stand pre-eminent above all othel
liri'Paratlous fur the cure of llowcl Diseases. From the
mass of testimony In Its favor coming from all quarters
It must he very far In adnmce, as a curative agent, of
most ii not till other pateut preparations."
A. Fl.KMiNU,Cash. Marine aud Fire Ins. Bank.Orluin.
"This eiiicient remedy Is traveling Into celebrity as
fast as llonaparle pushed Ills columns Into Russia, and
gal ling rommeiid-itlon wherever used." (jeoryia Jr
hovoaiiiii, Mint 111A, InVI.
For sale bv Win. Il irns, Gen. W. Ross, V.I. Phellon,
A. II. WiNon, and ('has. MeU-alfc, Athens; 11. F. Martin,
f'alhonn; K. r. ttioom, .lotm iiouton, t'antreii Jt Co.
Cautrell's X ItnmK liiillfurd Cannon, Mwllsonville; N
J. Snillman. Ml. Yeruon; J. T. Jones, lliwassee: Ches
null West, Phtlndi'lpula; Vauclin A Plckel, Sweetwater;
II. T. Tipton, Four nine iirnnen;- a. ii. iiwson, inistata
Thompson k Dyson, Cleveland; James II, Haiti, Charhs
ton; N. J. J. K. Llllard k Co., Decalur; Peak k McF.1-
wee, Sewee; J. K. Fagg k Son, Mary vlllr.
li s. W. III.I .'S C(l Proprietors,
April en-ly-Atl till Heckman ! , New York
Valuable Lands for Sale.
'IUK iindei'signed, being nnxious to remove
I. West, offers for sale, lor cash in hand, or
bvthe 1st of Sept ember, the valuable 1'AltM
on which he resides, 9 miles South of Alliens,
on tlin Stoek lload to Ooorgiu, eonlnininii
SOS'; J.OX'OBt, about 2i0 of which
lire in a high slate of cultivation, the hnlanl
beautiful I v' timbered all lying ns level, ns
mi v vnllev farm of the samo size in Kastlen
nssee about li" acres iu Clover, 'Jo in fine
Herds Grass and Tiinnlhv meadow; with coin
fortnlile and convenient Hnildings; fine W-
ter nnd good young Orchnrds. I'll o Land all
enclosed except A few acres. Hotter fencing
will not be found on nnv Kami in the count v.
Also, "H'X Acres, Iving four miles North of
Athens, n.ljnining t lie Lands of Charles Met
calfe and otheiA on the Stock Kond from Kon-
titeky to Georgia Ifin acres in a line state of
cultivation tlin I unci lying lieniilirullr oom
fortnlile Duildliigs good orchnrds, nud the
best of water. Those wishing to purchase will
do well to enll on the undersigned, nt his resi
dence soon, ns ha is determined to sell and a
bargain can be had. M. L. PHILLIPS,
i- April L't, lSd.1 tf . . 4i
Tin: ;im:..t iis ovi h v.
IC nOIiXiB IX I O INT !
For nrlintf llie Hair I
I .OIt innnv years II lias been the olject of deepest
study Willi ehemlals and olhers, to produce a fluid
Mi.it, applied to the l.alr, would cause it lo wave sad carl
o.iiiil In beauty lo Iho nalural curl.
r ii i: k it o i, i, ii it I o iv
Ik the only srllelrever nff. reil to the world that will ef.
fv-ct this most desirable object. Hut thrw r appll.
allous ars necessary lo curl It as much as may bo de
sired, and for any length of time. From the many tes
timonials of those who have ue.l II. tho subscriber does
' not hcdl'itc tu warrant the Krolh rlmi to five satisfac
tion, niul prrvw as rei'OiiuueniU'd in all cases.
T'.it recipo for making, with full directions for tils
will In sent on tli rYi-;it of one dollar, pott paid.
Ilie Inureilleiltt will uot cost over H ernts.
p,re. ' . It. A. FI1FKMDNT,
AnrU lJ-i)iu 9 li Warren, Trumbull Co., 0.
IARMKKd and others who contemplate purchasing
Thresheri tliif acrnaou would do well to hand Id
tlirlr order soon, or the jr will nott e able to yet the Ma
chines out to time fur threshing out the next Wi(t
crop. B. K. Kr.M'KK, (i-uer. A en;
Athene, march 10 tf fur lower Kt TeunettRev.
JUST reeci ved and for sale :
One 7 octave, 2 round corners, iron plate.
One 6 " ' " oct'l legs.
One 1 " 4 round " curved legs,
elegant finish. '
One octave, 2 round corners, curved legs,
Two 7 octave superb Budoir, very heavy tone
These Pianoe are from the oldest and best
manufacturers in Boston and New York are
selected and built for strength as well as for
sweetness and power of tone, and are war
ranted; ana lor beauty of architecture can-
.I- ... Il l ,.Trw-T-Y--
uui ue excel tea. ji. u. vuu ivii.
Carter's Spanish Mixture.
The Urcat Purifier of the Blood !
NOT A PARTICLE OF MEIICURY IS ITI
to th Afflicted Read and I"onder I
An Infallible Heinedy fbj Scrofula, King's Kvil, Rheuma
tism, UbdllUHle Culitiieoua bruplivus, llulples or Pus
tules on the Face, blotches. Boils, Ague and Fever,
Chronic Sore Eyes, King Worm or Teller, Scald Head,
K.nlargeineut tuid Pain of the Hones aud Julius, Stuw
hnrn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal
Complaints, and all Lliseases arising trom an Iigudl
cious Use of Mercury, Imprudence iu Life, or Impurity
of the lllnod.
f HTUS great allerntlve medicine and Purifier of Blood
JL is now used by thousands of grateful patients from
all parts of the United States, who testily daily to the
remarkable cures performed by the grentest of all medi
cines, "Cartkr's Hfakish Mixtcrb." Neuralgia, Rlieu-
iiMtim, Scrofula. Kruptions on the Skin, Liver Disease,
Severs, Ulcers, uid Bores, AtTeeiions or me hidneys,
Diseases of the Throat, Fem.-ile Complaints, Pains aud
Aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily put to
flight by using this great and Inestimable remedy.
For ail diseases oi me wood, nothing has yet been
found to compare with it. It cleanxes the system of all
impurities, acts gently nnd elliciently on the Liver and
Kidneys, strengthens the Iligeston, gives tone to the
Htomaeh, makes the skin clear ami healthy, and restores
the Constitution, emeebk-d ly disease or broken down by
the eai'isses of youth, to its prlnlne vigor and strength.
For the Ladies, It is incomparably belter than all the
cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Carter's gnunish
Mixture will remove all sallowness of complexion, bring
the roses inaullhig lo the cheek, give elasticity to the
step, and improve Hie health In a remarkable degree,
beyond all the menlclm-s ever heard or.
i'he Inrire number of certificates which we hare re
cei'ed from persons from all parts of the United States,
is tiic best evidence that there is no humbug about It.
The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and
public mini, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful effects of this UKKAT
Ul.oiiU I'l ltlFlKlt.
Pull on the Agent and get a Circular and Almanac,
aud read the wonderlul cures this truly greatest of all
medicines lias peruirnuu.
None genuine unless signed BENNETT IIKKHS, Ppo.
prieturs, No. H Pearl street, Richmond, Vs.; to whom all
orders for supplies anil agencies must be addressed. .
And for sale by Wji. Hrnss, and O. W. Hoss, Athens;
II. V. M.tims, Calhoun; Krixv k Sox, Charleston: Tumip-
sos k llvso.l, Cleveland. luny 4-1 y-845
New Goods! New Goods!
AV. II. It 1". V 1 O I, D S,
w receiving a lurge and well selected
1. stock of Spring nnd Summer Goods, to
which ho would respectfully call the atten
tion ol Ins Irieiids niul the public generally.
Particular attention is invited lo his stock of
Ladies Dress Goods, which is unusually large
and attractive. 1 1 is stock ot uooils lor uen-
tleiiien's Wear includes almost everything,
Irom the tin est rrencli (Jlolli .down to com
inon Cutlonnde. which, together with a lot
Stnplo Goods, is not to be surpassed by nny
estiiiilisnnient in the country, lie lecls con
fident he can suit all persons wishing to buv
good and clinp Goods. ftiar. 23-tf-33'J
James'. Neuralgic Liquid.
rlllis niost extraordinary Medicine, for
the cure of NViimliria. ItheiimMliMio. Oi.mn
Cholic, Cholera-Morbus, Diarrhron, Croup,
Flux. 8ore-tliruat connected with Scarlet
Fever, Pains In nny part of the body, Asthma, Chills and
Fever, Head-ache, llrulsesand Sprains, and some other
uisenses, is now lor sale ny
Wji. II. lltLLKtr, Alliens, Tenn.: W. T. Iiws. Iudon:
T.ios. Lkwis, at Jackson's Store, Knoxville; A. W. Coiabt,
Phllidelphla; J. C. Vacuus, Sweetwater; J. M. Hatbs,
Charleston, n. K. ricssss k Co., Cleveland: JsaraaC
And when we say for the cure, we mean that for nower
and efficacy to cure cerUtinly unit quirk some o the
above compl lints, It surpasses any medicine (ve think)
ever yet compounded. It has never yet failed to cure
Cramp Cholic In ten minutes; lliarrhoja and (Cholera
Morbus nearly as ipilck, nnd for Flux nothing, I think,
eipialslt. It will pay all persoos suffering with Neuralgia
or Nervous Weakness to give tills a fair trial: they wlllre-
Jolco that this l.iitiicd was ever discovered, and I now
most heartily Join with them, as it is the only remedy I
have found in twenty years to conquor this most torment
ing disease. Full directions round each bottle. See
llrownlnw's Whig for details and testimony I will sup
ply reliable iigenis Willi small quantities. Price .? per
bottle, cash, only. J, J. JAMF,
Feb. 9-ly ChtittiUMiia, Tenn.
Jew David, or Hebrew Plaster.
rBHF-great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in
M. Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints; Scrofula, King.s
Kvil, While Swelling, Hard Tumors, SUIT Joints, and all
ilxed pains whatever.
Where this I'luster Is applied pain cannot exist.
It lias been beneficial incases of weakness, such as
Pain and weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbs, Lame
ness, Affection of the Lungs In their primary stages.
It destroys inilaminution by inspiration.
James L. Boyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, tes
tings that by its use alone he was cured of Itheumatlsm
n both of bis knees, of several years standing.
The following was handed us by a respectable Physi
cian In Georgia:
.Messrs. Siovil k Mead flouts : I hnve been using
your Liverwort and Tar and Hebrew Plaster very exten
lively iu my practice for three years past, and It Is with
pleasure that I state my belief In their superiority over
nil other articles wllh which I am acquainted, for the
purposes for which they arc recommended. The He
brew Plaster, especially, Is an universal panacea for lo
cal pains. I have also found It a most excellent applica
nt for Sprains and Bruises. It gives universal stilis
jiietlon wherever used. g. g, OSLIN , I).
Knoxville, (la., March 4th, KV). "
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations.
The genuine will In future have the signature- of E.
Tatmiii on Ihe engraved label on the top of each box.
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of
this article is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, nnd by our sgents ap
pointed through the Soulh and no pedlar Is allowed to
sell it. Healers and purchasers generally arc cautioned
against buying of any but our regular sgents, otherwise
they will he Imposed upon wllh a worthless article.
SI'OVIL k MKAI), III ('dartres st., Nrw Orleans.
Bole (leneral Agents for the Snutdccn Stntcs, to whom
all orders must Invariably be addressed.
gold also by P. II. K kith Co., Athens; Cowak k Ham
Moxn, Charleston; W. II. Cimiiimilfs, Cleveland, Moss A
Mi'Kamy, llcnlnii; J. A. k C. W. Corns, Madisonville;
and agents In every town in the Slate. Dec. l, 'C4-ly
scci-nvrvi.tr. ruk-Ap:t nr ixualatiox
VI 'Mt.IIH-AlJ-.il l.lW.S
IIV JOHSMsN SKTU AIIT ItOSi:, ,11. I.
Fellow of the Iloyal Culh geor Physicians, and for years
Senior Physician. In the Loudon linvul IiiUrmury'fur
diseases nf the Lungs.
IN the treatment of Consumption by Inhalation, I
have obtained the results which warrant me in as
serting that it is now as curable us diseases of the Stom
ach and Liver.
Breathing medicine directly Into the Lungs Is certain
ly the rational mode of attacking Ihe disease, and like
many other great anil beneficent discoveries, II serins
strange why inch treatment was not resorted to long
ago. Where there Is life, there Is now assured hope for
the most scediitigty hopeless cases, as throughout all the
luges uf this insidious disease, the wonderful and be
nilieent effects of bis treatment are soon apparent. In
cases also of Brnncliitis, Asthma, Ac, the inhaling of
powders soil vapors lias been miiienlly successful, and
to those suffering under any of the above named com
plaints, I can guarantee swedy and certain relief. I
have pleasure In referring to i7 names, residents of
New York sin1 neighborhood, who have been restored lo
vigorous health. About one-third of ihe above number,
according to the patients' own statements, wcra con
sidered hopeless eases.
The Inhaling Method Is soothing", safe, and speedy,
and consists in the administration of mcdicinrs in such a
manner that they are conveyed Into the Lungs In
the form of vapor, ami produce their action at the scat
nf the disease, lis practical success Is destined to revo.
hillonlse the npinloijs of the .medical world, aud estab
lish the entire curability of consumption.
Applicants will plrasr suite If they have ever bled from
the Lungs, If Ihey have lost flesh, have a cough, night
sweats and fever turns what and bow much Ihey ex.
peclorale.what the condition of their stomach and bow
els. The necessary Medicines, Apparatus, c., will be
forwarded lo any part.
Tksms Five dollars, consultation fee. Ralsnre nf foe
payable only when patients report themselves convales
cent. Ir. llos.'N TrrnlUe on Conaiiniptlon
pries on dollar. Address
JOHNSON STEWART IIOSK,
feb J dm ornce bill Broadway, New York.
n ATSI II ATV The undersigneil Is receiving
a laiwe and liim.No-ne lot of Hals, Including many
new styles, Such as -Wide Awake," "Young America,5'
Hungarian." Ac. Aim, Ids Panama, la-ghoni, Fur,
Wool and I'ahnleaf Hals, which will he sold at Ihe lowest
sort of prices. Apia v. 11. KKYNOims, Benton.
Essence of Jamaica 'Ginger.
FlllHS Fucnce Is a preparation or unusual excellence.
M In ordinary dlarrhma, Incipient Hiolera, In short,
in all cases of prostration of the digestive functions, It
Is nf Inestimable value. Dlirlne the nrrraleno of l.
demlc cholera and smniurr eomplalnta of children, It Is
peculiarly efficacious; no dually, Individual, or traveler
should be without It.
Cacti. .a. lie sure to ret the aennlns psn-nes. whl. h
Uprsdarsd only by K. BlUIWN.at his Dntg and Cbrm.
(,vif vr,c, .V. K. corntf of Fifth and ChfftmU utr u,
I'MUidilnhi.i, and for sale br 0o. W. Itoss. Athens.
Tenn., and all th respectable Apothecaries in the
Culled Stales, u,ny Itf-6m-!H7
W. E. HALL, 3VT. 33.,
(formtriy it ltonticdlo, A.)
PHYSICIAN AND SV ItiiEOK,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the public that h thai
located pernianentlr in Ail,..n .nri 1. iiow'nre.
pared to attend on call In town or country. Moving
...u .nut jcurn experience as a Physician and Surgeon,
and the SdVlinlfOCI nf B thorniiffh ,nr.. I in M.ilic.l
Schools tauiaville, Ky., and New York he Mutters
milium mat lie will be able to Rive general satisfaction
lo nil who may need bis professorial services.
Office one door west of the inHce of the Host, recently
occupied by lir. C. A. Jordan. April 6. ISM tf-8i
3NT 33 W PIH Iwl.
SEAGO & LAWIiUNCE.
Grocers, Coramissioii Merchant!!,
, , ... 1XD ntlLSKS IS
GRAIX, BACOX, LAUI, HA Y, FBI IT, FLOUR,
re., ire., dv.,
No. 7S and 74 Whitehall Street,
A llanln. fliM.
("10N8I0NMF.NTS respectfully solicited and prompt
J returns promised. Cash ailvnoees irivenon Pro
luce in store, and cash orders filled with promptness and
ar. fmarch M!m-)9
H. ssiuo is, uwasaca.
"W. ii. HAnnzs;
a. a. morris WITH f w. a. mnrnws.
illOKRIS & IH.1TTI1EWS,
AMD DKALBaS ID
Fine Hrandleia, At Inea, and C'lgarw,
Nos. 18 and l.t Market street,
Feb.23-ly WASIIVIIXEs TE3HV,
ii 33 3VT O ST 3j .
FILL & CLXMXGIMM,
Have removed their stock of
HAIimVAKI', tlTLERV AKD GVXS,
To No. 47 North side of Public Souare,
OPPOSITE the lower end of the Market House, being
the old and well known stand of MOItUAN. U A II II.
NKK k CO., where they are now oOeriua at Wholesale, a
well selected assortment of all articles in their line of
Merchants visiting Nashville are requested to call and
examine tliefr stock and prices.
Nashville, Jan. 11!, loftOm 829
c. iu. ivoimn.ip,
Attorney n, t Ijaw,
t hnttn.iooffa, Trnn,,
WILL practice in Hamilton, Ilradley, Rhea, Died
soe and Marlon counties, in Te
(Je L1 iofsr Fast Tennessee, fang. S5, "64 tf
JAMBS B. COOIa. WIU.iai.owar
t'OOKE & LOWRY.
Attorneys n t 3L.zi.-nw7-.
jaoia-jy Alliens, Tcnn. Ran
T. D. CASWkXL.
BAKER & CASWELL.
CltOCHUV AXI1 COMniaainw
Broad street, Aiiiusta,i;a..
''7-ILL promptly attend to the sale of Corn, Wheat,
,iiu, oiB, c., consiirneu to their care.
Advnnces, if reipiired, made on Produce in Store
Aug.4,ls54 ly mi6
JOHN R. WALLACE & BROTHERS,
WM0l.l.lL AND BEIAIL DEALBBS IK
Ilnril wure, llooii, Shora, firorrriea.
lln.li,,.. . . . . . . '
' - .....i.,,v, iii SICVI.
Ulltl Cutely I ut,,.,
Corner of Whitehall and Alabama streets,
. Particular atlentlon is paid to Hie New
Orleans market from which we are constantly receiving
. n. - i.j.11 r.. c, H. W ALI.lt B. J. w. W.II.LACK.
BAKER, WILCOX & CO.,
w lioloanlo Grooera.
Nov. IT, ISM tf
HAT IIIH Sr.-( HAI(l.l:sT(l CA.
F. D. FANNING,
WIIOI.KSAI.B PIALFB IB
MAI. , CAPS AM SHI AW (.OODS,
o. oi iiayne street,
"KnCHANT8 anil others desiring to' puVcliasewi
i'B nave llietr orders as promptly and satisfactorily
mm mej nvic ncre iu superintend trielr pur.
t-epi. 3, INH tr HI
J.. J. II . Ill il., I'roprlctor,
Aug. J9.1W4 ly 818
B, r. XKV1NS,
Kli.KPATRICK & NEVLVS,
AMI llR.tl.KaS IB
Foreign mid UoiiicnIIc Liquor,
No. T and 9 Market street,
Jan 10-y-8HO Nnnhville, Tumi.
Bn. H. '.WIXQ JB
LELLVETT & EWLNG,
COMMISSION AND I OK WARDING
AND PKALKUS IK
AVInea, Liquorti, nnd riyrarw,
No. 11 Market street, South of Spring street,
MR. J. M. IIKNDKRBOX, of the firm of Keyes k
Henderson, will receive orders and collect money
for us at Athens. Jan 19 ly-880 L. k K. '
M 7Z MA tflLTD
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
T ESrECTFULLY titmlers his professional
a u ai-rvires 1,0 nie jiuiilic.
Jan. 14. I 22
11 A R D W A R E.
COUIiTM:V, Tf'Nl!.T& CO.,
pirkct luronTERS or
Hardware, Cutlery, C 11 ns, IMstoli, Ac,
o. 85 Haynk strkkt,
CHAR L E S T O N, S. C.
WILLIAM C. COUHTNKY. OILRKRT B TENXANT,
JAMK8 I. KVANS.
June 17. 'S3 tf - . 247
DR. JAMES B. TAYLOR,
AVn'.L hereafter give ' whole attention
? T to the 1 rnctiee of Medii-iue.
June 3, 185X tf
A. D. KKVKS, J. it, IIKMIERSON,
KEYES & IIENDERSOX,
COM MISS IO N M E R C HA N T S,
DEALERS IN' I'lJODUCE, tC,
.Tune 9, 1854 tf SOS
RANKIN, TULLIAM & CO.,
lUPOIlTKIIS AND WAOt.KSAI.K lKAI.KRalN
Jtortign and .Imirlcan Itry flood,
131 .Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. p. RANKIN, I A. I). MITn.
r. w. rtiLLiAM, I 11. u'tt. m'ki.batii.
P. M. CIIAIUMII.KB, I
Teh. 25, 1853 tf 231
FRANKLIN & BRANTLEY,
Font urdinir A C'nninilMfcton Merc limits
Snvnuunh, t3t-tv. -
WILL give prompt attention to the business, and
rrpeetfully solicit consigumenls of Produce
from East Tennessee.
Reference W. 8. CallaA. Mc.VInn county, Tenn.
Nor. Hi, 1S4 ly. 820
GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO
lllltKCT IMI-OIITKnS PRAI.lt RB IN
Foreign nnd Domestic Dry Goods
No. 83 Hayne street,
CUAM.E STVJS; . c.
X. TV Dolling Cloths always on ham).
WM. II. ail.MLAND, HIPNKT 8. IIOWBI.U
V. Prail.ULANP, AAMES OILLfLANP
A AM KB If. XIOHOLa.
Oct. 31. 1851 tf ' 1(12
ALLEN & DUNLAP,
(I.nte Pttnlnp it Horn,)
Grocery and Commission Merchants,
STRICT personal attention to orders and
... quielc returns of enles of Produce.
Thev will cive special Attention to eon-
Bjiinicuts from East Tennessee.
i, i. ai.i.kx. a. a. pitNi.Ar,
uirtreh 18, 185X ly 1184
3VToclior 1 TVotioo,
nu. II A III N ft TO N .
HIIVIN'H locstrd at CAi.Hona, McMInn eonnty, Ttnn.,
kindly offers his professional servle.su Uieclti
sens and surrounding country.
Office opiioslte the L'niou House, arnierly occupied by
Dr. William Johnson, ept. 8, ISM tf SU
JOII A. Ill LI'S
Attorney at Law and Land Agent,
Boonsboro', Iloone connl y, lou ai
WILL practice in the various Courts of the State,
and attend to the location and sale of Laud War'
rants, buying and selling Land Ac. '
Refer to Hon. A. Dibrell, Nashville, Tenn.; Geo. Brown,
Esq., .Madisonville, Tenn.: Will, t- Keith, tsq., Athens,
Tenn. may ll-U-Mo
FAI-ls & CUtfNIXGIIAM,
WnOLBSALB DKALKB3 AND IBrOBTSBS OF
Hardware, Cutlery and Guns,
No. 4T North side Public Square,
HAVE now In store a full and complete assortment
of lliu duxire, iu all its varieties, together with an
unuiually large stock of CuUtry and Uuiu, to all of
which they invite the attention of Dealers visiting this
market; their stock has been made up by direct pur
chases from the Manufmiurtrt, both in America and
F.urnpe, and they feel confident that those who may give
them a call will find It advantageons to deal with theni.
Cash and prompt lime buyers will find the prices ol
their goods suited to the times.
reamers received at the highest market price,
JARNAlsIN & CALDWELL,
Attorneys n. t Ij a, sjv.
MILTOB F. J.tBA0IB..
B. WILLIAMS JXO. BIIKA, Q WILLIAMS.
J. E. WILLIAMS & CO.,
(fluseeuyiitoJ. A". IlitfiVima,)
General Commission illerchants,
ANIl PARTICULARLY FOR Til K SAI.B OF
Grain, Huron, hard, Ftather; flour, aud
Teuneumtt Product gtuerally,
Decatur street, near the "Trout House,"
IKTTEI!S of enquiry in relation to the markets, Ac,
A answered promptly.
Will each give our personal attention to the business,
snd will use all proper means to give satisfaction to
shippers who may feel it to their Interest lo patronise us.
Truly thankful for the very liberal patronage received
for the' past three years, I respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the same lo the new firm.
1. T.. WILLIAMS.
PRODI'C'E DEPOT IN ATLANTA.
SEAGO & ABBOTT,
(Sticee'fot to J'ffg it liomar,)
' ATLANTA, GA.,
Wart'liount and Comniitnion Merchant,
AND GHNERAL AGENTS
FOR tlio purcliHse autl snle of nil kino's of
Tennessee 1'roduce, llei clitindise, Groce
Oct. , 18S4-
Wo otto n & Hollo way,
. (SiuTeimttrg to John T. Wootton,)
C O HI MISSION MERCHANTS
Cotton Avenue, Ilnron, t.'o..
"HTILLglve strict atlentlon to all consignments from
w V Northern tleorgia and Tennessee, aud if prompt
attention and quick returns shall deserve any credit.
I ope to receive a liberal share of the public patronage..
,'OIIB T. WIHITTON. M. C. BOLI.OWAT.
Dec. S, LS54 ly fU8
TIT hnlattola TTllr Strife
(cesor to.V'Antignac it jKorry,)
UKSl'KCTKri.I.V solicit the patronge of the Mer
chants of Kast Tennessee. They will be always
supplied with a most extensive assortment o
Glnam, A r Ac, Ar.
and every article kept by firuggisis, wiiich will be sold
at prices that must prove satisfactory.
We trust our Tennessee friends wilt call snd exsmine
our stocks and prices. tlct.18, 1864 1y-8l6
S S IJ 11 Y
ComniiKHion nnd Pruduce nirrcliont,
Office on Droad street, opposite Union Hank,
""WTIM. jrivp prompt niul
personal attention to the
(ruin. Hour. Cotton, and
V V ile nf Macon, hanl,
all articles of Merchandise consigned to him. Also, to
the forwarding of Hoods for the Interior and Northern
markets at the customary rates. Liberal advances, ei
ther in cash or by acceptances, made on articles in store
or when bills of lulling accompany drafts.
itKrBBKXCus: linker, Wilcox k Co.; M. A II. Wilkinson;
J. C. Fargo, "Cnshier," Augusta, Da. Hand, Williams k
Wilcox; Thus. Trout A Co., Charleston. B. C. Wm. Dun
can; I'addclford, Kay Co.; V. T. Willis, Psvannuh, On.
Plurges, Ilennett Co., New York. J. C. Wilson A Co.;
D. Stimrt k Hon, lliillimore. Wood A Low, New Orleans.
0. D. Welnorn, Ihillon, (In. Grenville k Sample, Chat
tanooga, Tenn. Hearden, Son A Co., Knoxville, Tenn.
S. K. Ileeder, Alliens, Tenn. Y. Shapnrd k Co.; Kerry
k Deincvllle, Nashville. Tenn. Nov. 24, 'Ii4 tf 812
GE O. W. D RID G E S
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1 PRACTICES in the dilferent count iescom
posinp the Third Judicial Circuit will
attend to the colloctinff nnd securing of claims
and will give his undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his enre.
March 2. 184 tf 23
FWIIK undersigned having had several years expe
JL rlence In the Provision llusluess of Kant Tennessee
at Chattanooga, (at which point we vet keep an ollice.)
have opened an olHce at SAVANNAH, OA., for the ex
press purpose of transuding a Produce Trade, aud will
give our whole attention to Ihe Interest of our patrons.
We solicit consignments of Corn, Oats, Flour, Tlacon,
kc. kc, and will forward, free of commisslon'al Chatta
nooga, all produce sent us for sale If directed to Chock
villk k S.iMPl.B. GHEXVILI.K k CO.
O. n. UBKByiLI.R, SAVANNAH. W. T. AMI'LB, lUATTANOOOA.
Nov. 10, lft4y, ft!
R. M. EDWARDS,
Attorney n, t 3Ls a,
WIIX attend promptly to all business entrusted to
hll care Iu Ihe Courts of rjrartley, Polk, McMInn,
.Mri-, Rhea, Hamilton, lllrilsnc and Marlon counties.
lbfemi:e ; (j,.,i. W. Hoss, Athens; P. C. Kenner,
Cleveland; A. tl. W. Puclett, Harrison; Thus. Crutch
BeM, ChntlanooKR. Heb.28-ly
Thos. P. Stovall & Co.
General Cnnimissioa merchants,
WILL jrlve strict and prompt attention to consign
ments made them. Their FlllE PltOOF
IO VSR Is centrally situated on llroad street, wllh large
and commodious storage, for storing all description of
ri "mo e.
ItKFtiiKSCB: Hon. Jno. P. Klnir; Isaac Henry, En.
Miln Hatch, Kq.; Scranton, fk-ymntir Co., Aii(iisln.
lion, niara A. Uonper, Klownh, (la, W. L. Ilifm, Ksq,,
llalton, Oil. H. (1. 1'earle, Ksq.; 8. K. McCauir, Ksq.,
Chaltanooita, Tenn. A. II, Keves, Ksq.; 8. K. Keeder,
Ksq.; Ilavlil Clenire.Ksq., Athens. Tenn. Tibhs k Hard
wick, Cleveland, Tenn. McLIn k Henry, Loudon, Tenn,
At lie iim,
rjlllR snbscrlher has recently taken charpe nf this
JL House, and it Is now undergoing thorough repair
ami beliiK refurnished In (rood style. Ills object Is to
seep a goon Hotel a house where guests can be com
fortably accommodated and cared for. Ily giving the
business his whole attention, ami keeping his table sup
plied wllh the best ihe country nBords, lie hopes and ex
pects to he liberally patronised.
march lMr-BHS JOPKPIMIAftMV.
4 II till. !, ,S. '.
fBlRAVKI.FRS for the above well-known House will
And Carriages nnd Omnibuses at the Depot In
Charleston, lo convey them lo said Hotel free of charge.
Dec. fi, IsM ir w. W. PTAIIH, I'roprletor
BRE A KFA8T HOUSE,
i:. 'I'rnii. A Un. II. II.
0". IS. a3IXIX033i3
f9 ESrHtTFCM.Y Informs the traveling public that
I he has opened a House of Kntertalnment In the
long while house with the oak tree In front, nt the
Athens Iiepot. where he will he glad to serve all who may
call on hhn with the best the country affords.
Athens, Sept 1, ISM tf 810
(About bo ttrpt Korih o the lfot,)
Fill I, AIM: I. PHI A, TRNN.,
f 8 still open for the entertainment of Travelers. Per
sons traveling on the Cars, stopping at or starling
from this point, will be pHrllcularly attended to. Rag
aaat enrrM to am) from As irilhott eiai gr
Those who have patronised ns during the last four or
ftre years have our thanks, and we solicit and hope to
merit a continuanc e of patronage.
AugustjMhM tf " 80
iMonlfronicr)', A In.,
BY S. LA K IKK SON,
Formerly .nf the Lanier Home, Moron, Ga.,
ond lal of In Lafarae, Xea York.
July 14. 18A-I If 8(18
, CKO. W. 3IAVO
"IT J 0U1.I) nniiuiinoo to the pnMia lliathe
1 hns roninvf tl from th "Athpna IInlr
nnd taken vhai'o of (he nbovo llotisa, where
he will be happy to wait on all who niBV
fiivnr th pstnlilielimeut with thfircoiiinanv.
Feb. 17. 1804 tf
THOMAS W. FLEMING,
WBre-lloase A C ouiiuiin Merchant,
WH0LK3ALK dealer In Tennessee, Alabamt, ana
Ueorgia Produce. His Biores are new and
tin Pronf, and carefully constracted for Ihe safe-keeping
of all cousignmeuu-a desideratum long needed iu
tins city. (Oct. V, Ik-- ly-ais
J. B. McGllRE,
V. ttor noy At Z-iAi wf
W ILL give prompt attention to all business entruste-t
' to his care. Me Will do a general collecting busi
ness. All demands put In his bauds for collection will
nieet with prompt attention.
llrttrrnctK: Col. A. T. Mclotyer, Thomasvlllc, fia.; J.
J. Allen, Macon, tia. march -tim
Hugh L. Tinley,
Of KiioKvlllr. Trniiessrri
HAVING some years experience in Hie Transport 8
tiou of Uoods through Tennessee and Alabama,
Of linrlraton, si. 4'.,
Who has an experience of 20 years in the commerce of
Charleston, the last seven of the linie spent iu the re
ceiving and Forwarding Department of the South Caroll.
na Rail lload Compsnv, respeetfullv offer their services
as OKSKRAL-AOKNTS AND COMlION MER
CHANTS, for theteceiving and forwarding or all Goods,
M'ares, Merctuiudixe and Machinery through'Charlesioii.
For the sale of all kinds of Kast Tennessee and South
ern PUHIirCE. vis; Flour, Corn, liscon, l.ard. Tobacco.
Cotton, Klce, Wheat, OnU, Lye, Feathers, Butter, Kggs,
Yt e are not now, nor do we intend to he, during the
continuance of our business, either directly or indirectly
etignged in any speculations whatever, therefore Intend
to devote our PKItSONAL attention lo the very best in
terests of our customers, relying solely uon our energy
and promptness to sustain us, snd hoping by unremitting
care and attention to merit aud receive a share of public
Office and Warehouse on Atlantic Wbnrf. three build
ings east of Post OlHce and Custom House.
lie beg leave to refer to the following gentlemen:
N. Gammon k Hon, Craighead Deadrick, and mer
chants generally, Knoxville, Tenn.
14. a. Upton, itaii Koad Agent, and merchants gener
ally, Loudon, Tenn.
French A V an Epos, and J. J. llrrant. Chattanooga.
W. n. A, Ramsey. Secretary nf State: A. It, Crosier.
Comptroller of Treasury, and M. M. Swan, Nashville,
It. B. Norvell, Iluntsvllle, Ala.
C. L. King. Decatur. Ala.
J. It. Love k Co., Wliiteaburg, Ala.
M L. Swan, llelfont, Als.
P. D. Gates, 12 llrnadway. New York.
Col. James Gadsden, Charleston.
John Caldwell, President of South Carolina Rail Road.
Thomas Waring, Auditor of South Carolina Kail lload.
John King. Agent of South Carolina Kail lload.
Hyatt. Mcllurney A Co.. and J. 8. k L. Howie k Co..
Charleston, S. C. Sept. M,H'4-tf
3NT O T I O 33 .
I HAVE In my possession the Law and Forms necessa
ry for making out declarations fur all those who are
entitled to additional llounty Land, under the Act of
uongress passeii lite d dny of Man-li, IfiNft.
My niiiee Is on slain street, opposite Ihe office of the
"Athens Post" and Chancery Clerk's office.
Alliens. March 1 6-1 f-ii-'lS JOJIN L. BRIDGES.
33A.n -AijMjbT aa'-srii.
DBA FX BUS, TOTAL Olt I'ARTlAl, SXT1KELY
DR. ALSOIMIKRT begs lo call the attention of those
suffering under a partial or limit loss of Ihe sense
ot bearing to the following hu ts : lie treats diseases of
the middle or Internal ear wilh medicated douches, inch
as is practiced in the Infirmaries of llerlin, Leipsic,
Brussels, Hamburg and St. Petcrshurgh, and lately by
the most distinguished l.iniiion Aurisls, with the most
wonderful success; tnileed, it is the only method that
nu. uccu uiii.ciBHiiy suceessiui.
The best proof of the eflicacy of this treatment will
be a reference 10 nearly nine hundred lianas, residents
of Ihe Cnited States, Canada, New Brunswick and Nova
Scotia, wiio have been restored to acute hearing, and
not a single solltury cuse, to our knowledge, did we fail
to effect either a partial or total restoration of the hear
ing, when our advice and Instructions were fsithfully
slid punctually adhered to. Many who could not hear
the report of a pistol at arm's length, can now hear a
watch beat at the distance of four feet. . In case of mu
cus accumulation in the Eustachian Tube and Tympa
num, inflammation of the mucus membrane, nervous
affections, diseases of the niemhrana tyiupanl, called
"Ihe drum," or when the disease call be traced to the
effects of fevers or colds, the use of ouinine or mercuri
al meuicines, guincnngs in ine ears of childhood. Sc.,
this treatment stands pre-eminent. When the auditory
canal Is dry and scaly, wllh little or no secretion; when
the deafness is accompanied with noise in the ear, like
falling water, chirping nf insects, ringing of bells, rust
ling of leaves, continual pulsations, a discharge or mat
ter; or when in stooping, a sensation is felt as If a rush
or blood to the head bad taken place; when the bearing
Is less accute In dull, cloudy weather, or when a cold has
been taken, this mode of treating Iho disease is infalli
ble. In deaf and dumb cases, my experience warrants
me In saying that if the hearing was good at any time,
much can be accomplished. In the deaf aud dumb
schools at U'ipslc, out of a class of fourteen, 1 succeed
ed in restoring four to ucutc hearing.
Dr. A. begs explicitly to state that In those cases he
undertakes, he guarantees a siiccesful result complete
restoration ot the sense, or such a marked improve
ment as will be perfectly satisfactory. If his remedies
are fuitlifully applied and directions adhered lo. Appli
cants will please stale their age, duration of the disease,
if matter Issues from the external passage, If there are
noises iu the ears, state of general health, and what
Ihey suppose to have been the cause of the deafness.
When the hearing Is restored, It Is expected that those
in easy circumstances will cortribule liberally.
All diseases of the Eve successfully treated' by the ap
plication ot MEDICATED VAPORS, tf., an Infalli
ble and painless treatment of diseases af the Krc,-acute
or chronic Cataract, Specks. Inflammation, Film and
Weakness of Vision, Granulation of the Lids, t'leeration
of the Lachrymal Glands, Ac, Ao. Ta the astonishing
and gratifying effects of this treatment, the child, the
youth, those ot mature age, as well as those rar advanc
ed in life, all bear testimony to its wonderfully reno
vating, healing and soothing effects.
Medicines, Apparatus, Ac, sent to any psrt at my
expense ami risk.
Address Dr. ALSOPIIERT, Broadway office, No.422X,
near Canal street, New York.
Consultation fee, Five Dollars.
Dr. A's Work on diseases of the Eye, the Nature and
Treatment of Deafness, and Treatment of the Deaf and
Dumb illustrated with steel plates price flu.
Money letters must be registered by the Postmaster.
New Firm New Goods".
rI"IlE snliscribers havincr piirclmserl the
L Jlcrcnntile estublislmient of J. L. Mc
CLAKV, the business will licreiifler be con
ducted miller the firm, name nnd style of
DliNTON & JlcCLAItY.
They are now reeeivinij end opening their
Spring and Suinnier supplies, consisting of
evcrj variety ot Ladies Dress (I nods; a gener
al assortment of Goods fur Gentlemen's wenr;
Groceries, etc., nnd in short their stock is gen
eral and complete, where tho farmer nnd nil
others can h'ml nlmost anything they may
call for, and nt prices that can t fail to please.
Give them a cull, examine the Goods, and
WM. A. DENTON,
T. L. MuCLAKY.
Benton, April . 1RRA tf R41
rI',llE subscribers would respectfully an-
JL iioiiiicc to the cilir.ens of Athens and the
public genernlly, that they are now in opera
tion and prepared to do
of every description in their line, nnd would
theretiire solicit, orders Irom nil tliose whony
want anything of the kind.
They nre now costing nnd have for snle dif
ferent sizes of the ( lobe, or Air-tiirht Cook
Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of
I'arlur, Ante 1'Inte, t liHinher, Ollice and Shop
Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Wallle Irons;
Ploughs, right nnd left hand.
Also, the K-ilgore Spiral or Incline Water
Wheel, which will snw from two to five thou
sand feet per dny. II kinds of
jvi .v on 1 3xr j-i n -sr
fitted tip in the best and most durable innniier,
and upon short notice.
"Also, Iron I'niling of everv description.
They are also prepared to do all kinds of
The highest Cash price will be paid for
ZIMMKKMAN A THOMAS.
P. S. We have connected with the Works
an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons
-i: .. t.... ' , . -
i, inning cuniiife vnu iinvw jiutktsriia ninue lo
order. . Z. A T.
- Athens, Tenn.. Oct. 80. 1884 tf 817
-' . Noticed
ALL orders for .Agricultural Machinery,
made by Messrs. Wheeler, Meliek 4 Co.
Albany, N. Y., nmt be to me direct, or
throug"li my Agents 1n East Tennessee, Mr. 8.
K. Keeili'r Athens, and Mr. M. Nelson, Knox
ville, wjioarc authorised to furnish nny of said
tnnehiues nt manufacturer's ensh prices, add
ing eostof transportation. 1. D. GATES
Feb. 3. 1 854 J tf 280 1 3 Urond way N. Y.
Is I V K U Y S T A It I, h.
Tfll.K nubttrrlher hun openwl Umy Ptshl n t,0
PtnlilpH l inched to the Atheni llot. nnd htt ;,.
hlniwlf with number nf frood Horsw. Carrlnirs
I.iuTKtefl, 4c, i id Is prfpnrt-d to nccoirirnftd.it all who
may rail nn him, on rrnnnnnhtc term. fIB mock Ii
food, vihlrlr new, nnd hli fthjrt ! to kfrp vhttt lirii
hrrn vrj nntrh ncf di-d at thin pluce, the rifrht nort of nn
ftnblMi!..nl. Pcrnoni can h HccnmnuHUtfd Mt nil
klinr at n moment's notice. He nnkw a Hhern) nntmnittr
rt0t',A(, Justiecelvrd mid fnrnaf.
McKtVEN t OILLKPIK.
DR. C. M. JACKSON, Fhilnd'a, Pa,
WII.I FrrlCTITAMT CCRE
LITER IWLJIST, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE,
Chromie or AVrou Debility. VUtnttt of th
Kidney; and all di$eaie$ arizing from di
ordrid Liwr or Summck,
tion. Inward I'ilei,
FiiMnes, or Blood to the
Ilea., Acidity of Ftmnadi,
NhusH-r, Heartburn. Disgimt for
f iKHl,r'iillin-p or w ti.' hi in the Stom
ach, 8our Kructalio.il, Hnkliift, or Flut
tering at the Fit of the itomitoh, Svimmfnit
of the Head. Hurried and difficult Breathing.
Fluttering at the Heart, fJtioMnjror Suffocating tt:n
ations when In a lyitip roitnre, Dimnem of Viaion o
or Webt before the Sitrht, Fever and Dull Tain la
the Head, Htftcif-ncy of IVrspirntion, Yellow
DcxM of the tMii ami Kyeii, rain In the
fide, n.nk, Chcut, Minns, etr., etc.,
fudden ntuhea of float, llurii
iiifr hi the Klech, Con
Hiant I mn friii in pa of
Kvil, and rrtat
Ita. In attrihntfr.tr uch raltiabte MetttrAlprnpertli't fothti
remedy, no raid, or unwarrantable assertion is made,
but is simply stated a luct; proven undeniably and con
clusively by the extraordinary cures, and benefits de
rived Irom Its me, nndertlie dirt-rtinn of its iliiuttrlous
originator. Dr. Iloofltind, among all ellipses of European
sockty aud from the inunenHe tonus of testimony from
all parts of the American continent, accumulated during
the nt ten years, in Ihe hnnds of the present proprie
tor. The prevalence of di-en-rs to which the (trrinaii
Uitters are adtipted, it la with sorrow we say it, Is almost
universal, Indeed (here is scarcely a family throughout
the whole extent of our country in which there caonot
be found anion Its members that peculiar sallow and
languid appeamncc denoting a diseased Liver, or an
emaciated and siiflVrliig Dyspeptic.
Then of what iiumenxe Importance to this elms of In
rnlidx, that a certain and reliable remedy should be
placed vjrlthlti their reach; one in which no baneful or
injurious drug enters into It composition; a remedy on
which the patient can rely wilh the utmost confidence
and certainty and be assured from actual and tangible
proofs, that the article he is using realty po censes the
virtues attributed to it. Pitch a remedy U "lloofland's
German Hitters.'1 Thntiruuds of dollars have been ex
pended in Us manufacture and diffusion throughout all
parts of this continent, and the proprietor feels the
greatest satisfaction in staling, that there la no ptate,
county or even vilhige where the medicine has been
Introduced, that there cannot be found numbers, willing
to testify to Its virtues.
It Is used constantly In the practice of a large number
of the mot prominent Physician iu the country, who
have alto added their written tcxtiinnny in evidence of
its great virtues. Iticoaclusion.then, we would respect
fully ask of all those iifilicted with any nf the above dis
eases to give the Milters a trial, and rest assured it will
never be regretted. In proor of Ihe statements abore
made, all sre invited to read attentively, the "Memora
bilia." or "Practical Jteceipt Hook," for Farmers and
Families, containing a great number nf useful receipts,
in addition to the testimony in favor of the Bitters, from
the most prominent and wt-11 known Individuals, in all
parts uf the I'nion. All Agents for the Bitters are au
thorized to distribute the "Receipt Book" gratuitously.
Principal offloe and manufactury, 120 Arch street.
For sale wholesale by Drugtrists In all the principal
cities and at retail by apothecaries and storekeepers in
every town In the I'nited States, and Osnadn.
Fold by Wm. Itrit. Athene; II. K. Mrtim. Calhoun;
Kki.i.et k Charleston; Thompson A Dyson, Cleve-
bind. . mar4-1y-4A
IjlVEItV person Khuulu conautniiy kevp on tmi)d,for
cuse of euifrfftiiiy, a bottle of Hlonn's Instant He-
lie f; ft is the great iiitern.it and external remedy for the
Im mediate cure or cliohc, lieHrtiuirn, sore-tnroHt, tonin
ache, weiiknenf in the back or kidneys, diarrho?a,dyin
tery, cholera moi hu?, all summer con.pln.nt, sick head
ache, a?ue cake. rJietimatifin, soreness fn the hones, pain
tn the liinhf, cramps and spasms, colds, spinal com
plaints, swelled joints, ypraius, bruise, etc.; and for
cholera It is a superior remedy.
rifle iifnr.M aisu t a i i
81oan'i Instant Relief is truly a frrent Iteniedy.
Half a cent bottle nf Bloan'i Instant Relief, cures
a horse of cholic in a few minutes. For bruises, strnlns,
vpralns, and many other injuries on borne, cattle, and
other nninidln, Slonn's Instant Itelicf seldom fails to af
ford Immediate relief, and speedily etTrets a-cure.
Many persons have been antoniahed to witness the rap
Id cure effected by the use of this wonderful medicine.
The dollar bottles contain six times the minnttty of (lit
twenty-live cent bottle, consequently a saving of one
third U made by purchasing the dollar bottles.
WAII'KK H. rTOAV.
Grand Pepot, 40 Luke M., Chtnipo.
For sale In Athens hy feb Ift-fimJ W. Sil'ilNS.
TIIK undersiKned would ainoiince to his friends and
to all lovers of pood in unit, that he has removed to
Athens, Tenn., hfs former place of residence, with the
view of (riving; Icsmns in Mimic, nnd that hi Pestdnn
will commence on Mnmitty. the MbtA uoy of rebruary.
THUMB. Pfr RpstoK or 20 Wkkkb :
t'uwe of the Instrument
Violin, Ouitar, Flute, Clarionet, Pax-horn, or other
Brass IiiPlrnnients 20.00
Harmony and Composition 2pi,0fl
He will also give lessons fn French and German.
Tuition ; 112,01!
Tuition payable In advance.
Feb.2;t-tf , GrPT. U. KNAItE.
CP UOKN Cottafrc, Rocking nnd ri.Udren's Chairs,
itrnxr for sale cheap for cash. Apply to
Jan. 12. J. S. BUIDIiKS, Athens Depot,
Assaying. Civil and Mining Ji'tigineering. and
FMU'K snhscrlber Is prepared to derote special atten
W. tion to the above brunches, and the application of
Chemtcal Analysis thereto. Persons Interested in Mining
are Invited to consult him for information or Instruction
In regard to the most recent and valuable methods of
conducting the same.
Afouiys of Gold, .yilver, Lead, Copper nnd other Miner
at Ores, executed with punctuality and dispatch.
Assay specimens of one or two ounces, with a remit
tance of f. for each Afnny mnv be sent to the subscri
ber hy mail. Mel a lie Ores tented by the most speedy
and accurate process at H for each specimen.
Also, Agent for the sale or purchase of mineral lands,
mining kuick, ac. vti. iftAi, a. m.
w. & .7jTD"dib s o n.
TN tendering their thanks to the people for
X the very liberal initronnire thev hnve here
tofore given them, wot Id respectfully solicit
a continuance of the same.
Those who nre in the hiihit of denling else
where we would solicit to give us a call, aud
cxnimne our stock ot
Fall and Winter flood.
which we thiiik is unsurpassed for style nnd
durability by aiy consisting of a variety of
l.ndios anil (ientlemen s Dress Goods. In
fnct nearly every thing the wants of the
J-jgT Wheat, Hncon, I.nrd, Fenthers, die.,
taken in excnnnge lor (iooils.
X. it. A. J. D0DS0N.
Tticeville, Tenn., Oct. 27. 18fi4 tf 818
IVIoiirou roiintv. '1'fiin.
rilllK pre.eut Resnlnn of thl rnnnir hut prosperous
JL lnsilliitlen will rinse on Tliiirnlay, Hie 8th of Keb
runry.lM.VS. The next Position will commence on Mnn.
dny, the illlh of the ume nionlh.nt which time students
should he prenciit in order to enter their proper cissies.
Itev. .Tnim II, llnryKK, A. M., Pretldrnt.
II. I.. UllMCAS, (of Miss.) I .
It. K. Do. A. M.. ' I Profiuon.
TrrritMi : Tltt srsi-inn ; Contliiirent Pee BO cents.
Iloiinlinir st reasonable rnlrs. Ilclnn In the country,
.ww nun m Mini nine, irom niimisoiivnie, we are iree from
the expenses, the confusions, and the temptations to
Idleness niul vice, which elisrnctcrlse towns nnd villages.
For further particulars, address one of the Faculty,
loattee Cvlttut I O., Ttnn. Dec. 8, l&S-y-8W
In Store and to Arrive I
OA SACKS Coffee; 2,500 lbs. Brown Siiuar
V diffcrentgradea; l'.ni))l.g. Loaf, Crushed
and Powdered Sugar; Kll bl.ls. N. 0. .Molasses;
Cjieese; Itiiisius; Crackers; Cnnilles; Mackerel;
Cod Fish; I'igs. A large lot of Etowah Iron;
limn ins. Lnsiings together with a large and
well selected slock of Bouts and Shoes: Drv
Goods; Fnncy Articles; Gold and Silver
Watches; hur-riiigs; Ilritcelets; ringer-rings,
tie all of which will be sold on the most
2?" Produce of all kinds taken.
JAS B. BAIV.
Charleston, .Tnn. 2(1, 1R5S tf R81
To Iho Old Molfllrra nnd Others).
A LAW having passed grunting additional Bounty
Land t.i those who have been in any War since
I7K, so as lo give to each soldier HKIanre. Those who
hsve hsd so acres are entitled to Sn more, and those
who have had 411 acres to W more, and those who have
had none In Ian, jtrnririeil Virynrrrrd 14 itayt.
I will get Bounty Land for all entitled f.ir the sum of
2, and wilt be at Athens Ihe ltd Monday In April next,
and tbe Sil Saturday in each month thereafter; at Madi
sonville the id Monday In May next, and stench llnllul
Ion Muster In Col. Vearwond's Regiment In April next;
at Benton Ihe 1st Monday In each month: st Charleston
the 4th Saturday in each month, and tbe remainder at
home where I will he glad to meet those entitled to
llounty ,and and ntlend lo lliclr claims.
Pelton, Tenn., March I-t-8JM JAE8 HICKEV.
KOOTNniMl Shoe. Ladles One Oslter Shoes;
(inller nnd Kid Pools: Mines Kid, flnltrr and Kn-
amelled lenlher Boots, (lentlemen's lnc Boots, Shoes, '
and Walters. Cull on tuarlM SKIIOUN. !
Celebrated Family Ointment,
Nitf, Sat, Tkarimek tmd tkt rnirteH t ilmml ft
If ntr uttd. It as tumpmtd wf VrgtlmhU I nrmcU mmi
snasesKf fhntcr mntmatled tm tkt aasoj i Mrdicte fw lm,
mrc uf Iffmrnmatary lMraxM.
It l universally aeaiHiwUvbttl tolienn ir.fallible rnnnw
In every ease whew it has been l.inlilully appUil on uv
human tysu-in, for promoiinir InsrimiMc l'erj;!r.,::r,ii,
is iiivaliiahlc In nil diseases of theHe.li. hsniiatei:irm
Old Sores, l.'hillbl.iilis,ioreTlirol, llurns, I'uia, .-iiinjui
K.mplioin, Sore Nipples, Sore Hr-nl, iiy.i.n of llir Kr
Ague in the Fare, Rheumatic Pains, Coiiirncti-d rofilt
Pain In tla Side, Hack and oilier parts of Uw aicm. Scald
Head, Urulses, Fresh Wounds, Piles, nml every kinj of
sore comainiiiK Uw lenst panicle of IriHuiiimaiioii, anj
permanently cured by this great reineily.
- It la a net, nutlietitieated ticre, ns well as all over the
Slate, and indeed liic wIkiIc weslern amies, that Moa,,',
Medicines liave niuiined a wide sprc.nl erlrbriiv. snd re.
piuniion, to which they arc justly entiiled by their
wirtuet," and powers. We are noi anions liioae who ore
prone to cmlorse every uient humhui Hint roines aim,,
and In this instance have dcl.ajed our einlursemein unij
we have been able to make assurance ilwil.ly sunj, noi onl.
ny testing Oiem iersoimlly ourselves, bul from the ui,.
niony of a numerous portion of the community linn,
arouud us. Illinois Globe, April IX IKS).
Hold Iu Athens, TV, by fcblG-fim W. I t RN8.
Horse & Cattle Medicine.
No Medicine In use has accomplished so i.'drs.
jrdtumy Cure; anil civen so Unrenml SalafHtim in erery
variety and stniin of disense, or that has so rrrre ssf
rajiutaiale as Stoan'B (Hutment and Ctmditum Powder.
Tkt Ointment is sw iflly superccdini all oilier ilnininils
nnd Liniments for the cure of Fresh Wounds, flails of ill
kinds. Sprains, llrui.es. Cracked Heels, Kiughone, Wind
galls, Poll livll, Callous, Siavim, Sweeney, Fistula. Oil
fnst, Strnina, Lameness, Sand Cracks, Foundered Keel,
Serntrhcs or Grease, Mange and Hoise Dniemuer.
7' OmdUimtx Ponder wllll remove all iullaniniatlon and
fever, purify Hie blood, loosen (lie skin, cleanse Ihewiter
and strengthen every part of Hie body; nnd has proved a
sovereign remedy for the following diseases:
rounder, lll!leuiier, lime nwino, i.um oi n'euir, ip
wsrd Strains, Yellow Water, Inltammaiion of Uie Kyei,
Fntlgue from hard cicrcinc : also Bhcumailsin. (coiniisiiily
called stiff complaint,) which proves so falsi to innny-vsls-ahle
horses in this country. It is also a safe nnd ettiai.
remedy for Coughs and Colds, which generate so anny
fatal diseases. ,,.,.
These remedies never injure, and eJtecyi Cure, If Die o
rections are followed. ,
For further particulars and a nrullihutt or CertiftmUutt
rcmmktMt Curt, get PmnphUte of aget.
W. B. SLOAN,
Grand Depot, .10 take St., Ckiaif, HI
Forsalein Athens by Keb.l6-0ni W. Ill K.8.
D. D. DICKEY,
" PKALKR IS
3EI oavy II o, x" d -w . r e.
Mo. fi College si reet, N nh 1 1 le, 'I'fiin.,
nAMMKIIKD and Rolled Iron (more than 1'JH differ
enl sites;) Cut Nails snd PpiWes; Wrought pjiikn;
Cut, i'hear, nd tlerman Steel; Knglifh snd Americsn
Ulister rleel; Sheet Iron, nil sisis; Plntfnrm ?cnln. ill
slses; Connlcr Seuli s: ColT. e Wills; Iron Axelr; Cprinsi;
Wrought Iron (las Pipe, nil slses; Hammers; Axel.; Hol
low W are; Psd Irons; Hark Mills; I'low Csstings.
Aprirultiirnl Imiili iiirnln A Narliinrs.
Plows of all patterns, made by the Nashville Ilow fac
tory; Wagons; Wheelbarrows; Cultivators; Bond Pert
pern; Corn Shellem; Straw Cullers; Fall Mills; Fruit
Ladders; (irind Stones: Horse Powers snd Threslim;
Horse Itakcs; Orain Cradles; Chiirns; Meal Cullen;
Sausnge Fillers; Corn (Irlnders; Corn Planters: Half
llusliels; lluckets; Tubs; Pumps of all kinds; Lead Pipe;
Zinc Pipe, and Hydraulic Hums.
'I' inner ITInfrrlnlM.
Tin Plate; Russia Sheet Iron; Imitation Russia Sheet
Iron; Wire, all sixes; Sheet Copper; Copper llottonili
Pig Lead, llluck Tin; Slab Speller; Sheet Zinc; Ac.
Foundry A IMuclilne Shop .Tlnlerlnls.
Pig Iron; Pittsburgh Coke; I'ltlrhurgh Coal; Holler
Iron; Iron for Shafting; Locomotive Flues; Tank Iron;
Patent Hot Pressed Nuts anil Washers; Holler Klvcti;
Car Axels, Large (irind Stones.
MU.EHS MA TFI1AI.S.
French Burr Mill Stones; Lull's Patent Smut Maclifxe;
lluiriling Screw; Picks; Ac.
IilLI.VH MA TEH I A IS.
Worked Flooring; Window Sash; Doors; Blinds;
Frames; Shingles; Zinc Paints; Marbled Iron Maullti,
of all Patterns; .Mouldings; Ae.
lleing connected with the House of Isaiah Plckry k
Co., of Pltishurgh, he Is prepared lo fill all order, for
Pittsburg manufactures wilh dlspnlch, and having un
surpassed facilities for disposing of most kinds of Ten
nessee prndnce, will pledge himself to pay the eiil.ids
prices in t'ah. or will receive and forward on conunii.
sion, making liberal advances un Cotton, Tobacco, Pork,
llacon, Lard, Tallow, lleeswax, (llnsrlig, Feathers, Klti
seed. Corn, Oats, W heat. Rye, Millet-Seed. Dried Fruit,
Pea Nuts, Honey, R:ig, T.fgt, Pig Metal, Blooms, 1c.
Jannary 19 ly-880
A. IV 15 It A 1) F O K D,
HAS just received and opened a well se
lected and extensive stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
to which he invites the tit tf n t ion nf the peo
ple living in the vicinity of Kieeville, and lli
public genernlly. llnrini; selected his Goods
wilh grent rare in tho cities of New York and
Philadelphia, lie is prepared, as he thinks, to
offer inducements to jiersona wishing to fur
nish themselves wilh elienp and good Goods.
lie thinks it unnecessary to enumerate ill
the articles,as his stoek is large enough, in
cluding most nil article belonging to the re
tail trade; and he also hits a large and fine
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
which he hits just received from New Orleans.
All of which he proposes gelling at the lowest
prices.- Don't take his word for it, but jiut
come over to Kiceyille and examine for your
selves. Nov 8. 1854 Ml
A large Slock of New Goods at
HK underslgnid offers to the public his large and
extrusive stock of Hoods st Ksstern coat snd
freight. The stock embraces everything thst Is new snd
desirable. Hclng desirous to wind up this concern, ot
IS years stainliiig, and take into partnership his
W. F. Mnrllu, he takes this method ot calling on the
who owe him to come forward and make payment Imme
diately. All falling tn do so ill And their notes and If
counts In Ihe hands of an llflleer nr Attorney for collet
tion. And those who waul Hoods at cost can get thta
at the old stand of II. F. MARTIN.
Calhoun, Jan 19, 1N50- tf-Sao
Ocoee Male Academy,
rWVIE Summer Session of this Institution will com
M. inence on Monday, the Bth dnr of March next, sn
der the charge or Rev. J. I.. Mll.litJRN, whose abilities
and character as aTeselierare so well koowr. tbst Iks
Trustees consider any coinineudution from them unne
cessary. Terms of Tuition as low as at any School of tbe ssros
grade. Board can be had In private families on rea
sonable terms. By order nf the Ilenrd,
Feb.id-ly-884 W. B. RBVN01.I, Sec'lf.
X-ilttlo'cs XVliito Oil
rfllllH la the best remedy ever offered to the public M
M. the various Diseases of HOIISKS, vll : Swelled
Joints, Sprains, Cuts, Saddle and Collar (Islli.Scrstchei,
Poll-Kvil, Fistula, and in fact every description of dis
ease to which the Horse is lluble. , .
It In now In general use as a LINIMENT FOR MAff,
as no belter can be made, and has been very successful
ly used for Pains and Sores of almost every kind. snU
iu suiue instances has made a perfect curs of Rheuma
tism. For sale hy O. W. lines A Co., Athens.
J. A. Bir.liT k Co., Swcetwatsr.
And by Druggists snd Merchants throughout the coun
try. Principal Ilepol Bcottsville, Albemarle ., "a.
July i, lc64 ly
(Formerlt (Sriffin JJoute,)
CIIATTANOOO . 'II fNESSEE.
spills well knevn hote , titunted within
1. few steps of 111 pnssenger car landing of
the Western an, I Ailam.e jtailroad, is nos(
open under the supervision of Thomas Crutch-.
Hold, assisted by Jlr. J. W. F. Bryson aud
Lady. This house, while tinder the control of
Col. J. J. Gritlin, acquired a very high reputa
tion ai a fist olass lintel. The present pro
prietor having injured the icrviccs of Vol
tirilliti't bnr-kecpor, and having purchased lm
most excellent cook nud bouse hoy, and hav
ing furnished the house entirely new, hope to.
retain its high reputation and merit putiln)
pntronnge. Passengers can be accommodated
with au omnibus to and from the boats.
THOMAS CRUTCH FIELD.
Feb. 18, '83 ly 280 Trojirittof.