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ANDY AT HIS DIRTY WORK.
During ths entlrt canvas through Middle
Mid West Tennessee, Got Johnson and hit
organs denied stoutly that his Infamous Abo
lition White Basis doctrine, had any thing to
do wllh the present ennrnss, or should be
made an issue Id It, but he had no sooner en
tered East Tennessee than he brings It up,
Mid by appealing to the most contemptible
prejudices, attempts to mske'capitnl out of it.
Read the following document, which reached
us oa Wednesday morning) ....
, TO THE PUBLIC. ' '
' jAOKSBosouon, July 7th. 1 855.
The undersigned thitday witnessed thedis
euulon between the candidates for Governor,
before what the citizens of this place say, Wat
as large an audienoe as they ever knew con
rsned hereon a similar occasion. Col. Gentry
led" off in a speech of great eloquence and
force, discusiing the ueual tonics. .
Got. Johnson, in hie rejoinder, charged that
bis competitor had evaded or dodged the Free
Jlatii Retolution he had the honor to Intro
duce in the Senate of the Extra Session of the
Legislature, on the 6th of October, 1843. It
involved a oscat rnmciri.it, he said, and one
which concerned the rights and interests of
the masses. It was obvious why his competi
tor dodged an issue here; which he gladly met
in Fayette county. In that county there were
15,000 slaves in this, Campbell countv, there
were but 1501 The Resolution be hail offer
ed, of which he was proud as the friend of the
people and the poor man, and which had
been voted down by the lordly elave-holders
of Middle and West Tennessee, was in these
"Reeohed, By the General Assembly of the
Btate of Tennessee, that the basis to be ob
served in laying off the State into Congres
sional Districts, shall be the voting population,
without any regvrd to the three-fifllu of the Ne
gro population," .
Gov. Johnson oontended that the honest
working nian of Campbell county was borne
down by the aristocratic slave-holders of
Middle or West Tennessee, and his Fair Paugh
ter and Virtuous Wife, under the law advo
cated by hit competitor, were weighed in the
balances against the Negro Wenches of the
proud slave holder v, .
Col. Gentry, in a rejoinder of 80 minutes,
indignantly denounced the charge of dodging
that or any other issue, as unt rue, and in with
ering terms asked the Governor why he had
not brought it up the day before, in his open
ing speech at Clinton I Were there too many
Knox and Hoane county slaveholders there I
Turning to the Governor and pointing in hi
face, he charged him with denying publicly
in Fayette county and elsewhere, beyond the
Mountains, that his Free Batie Abolition Reso
lution wat an issue in this canvass I He told
Inm that hit organ, the Union and American,
denied that it was an issue. lie told him
that hit friends in the West denied it, and
were excusing him for offering such an infa
mous resolution, on the ground that it wat
done in the confusion of debate, when vari
ous counter resolutions were offered. But
the Governor should not escape under such
false pretences. The foots were, as the Jour
nal would show, that he had his infamous
Resolution called up thirteen days after it wat
voted down by a vote of twenty three to three.
Three Democrats voted for it, and one of the
three was ANDREW JOHNSON.
He said the political career of this man
bad been characterized throughout, by pay
ing the most hypocritical aud obsequious
court to the people by arrogating to himself
the high prerogative of being the exclusive
champion of the rights of the masses, the Me
chanics the people's advocate. And. here
he was, trying to array the poor against the
rich, and advocntiug a disorganizing proposi
tion, that no other man. Democrat or Whig,
South of Mason and Dixon's line, bad ever
advocated. It was a species of low-flung
demagoguism, he would scorn to stoop to.
lie was appealing to the lowest prejudices
and meanest passions of the human heart.
Alhough he (Gentry) was in a division of the
huts where there were but few slaves, he
was ready to enter into a bond with the Gov
ernor to dismiss this question he had to ex
ultingly brought forward, in every county,
and every mountain gorge in East Tennessee,
until the close of the canvass. And he dared
the Governor, on this stand, to promise, if
elected, to urge in his Message, his Free Rasis
Abolition Measure upon the Legislature.
When Johnson came to reply, and was
about to close without noticing the proposi
tion of Gentry, he walked round behind the
stand and asked him to promise to bring the
subject forward in his Message, if elected, but
he declined the offer!
W. G. Urowklow, Editor of the Whig.
Joun M. Flkmino, Editor of the Regitter.
We certify that we were present and heard
the discussion at Jacksboro', and that the
foregoing statement is substantially correct.
MoskS Wiiitx, of Knox eo.
John D. MuAdoo, of Sumner eo.
H. F. Janes, thu pioneer of J.inesvillo,
Wisconsin, is now living at Uniontown, on
Humboldt Buy, In California. He is one of
those uneasy characters who ere constantly
moving further west. He writes to the Junes,
ville Gnrette of his migratory propensities:
"I have been constantly working westward
till the nnaty Pacific has mnde a stop to fur
ther progress in that direction. In the fall of
'49 my western progress was suddenly stop,
ped by the I'ticifie; nnd yet the sun sets weal
of me, and my- wife positively refuses to go
to the Sandwich Islands, and the bnrk is
starting off my rails, nnd that is longer than
I ever allowed myself to remain on one farm;
so that I tun ut a loss how to act in the present
Presidential Names.-TIis probable lead
ing candidates for the next Presidency hi.ve
been indicated pretty clearly by the late
Democratic Jubilee at Tammany Hall, by the
late Philadelphia National Know Nothing
Council, and by the late very extraordinary
omnium gatherum of the native odds and
ends of abolitionism nt Cleveland., From
these lofty sources of authority we conclude
that the following are as likely ns any others
to be the great guns for '66:
Democratic Candidate. Heury A. Wise,
National K jV. George Law or Millard
Mixed Abolition. W. II. Seward or Henry
The bolting of Wilson at Philadelphia
shows that he is shifting for nobody else but
himself. If we mistake not, lie bolted at
Philadelphia once before upon the nomina
tion of Gen, Taylor; and he will be very opt
to bolt even the Seward coalition if it ahall
full to nominate Mr. Wilson for tfie succes
sion. JV. Y. Herald.
Death or a Cesturus. An old and re
spected negro man, named Tom, who was
brought from Africa before the Revolutiona
ry War, being then full grown, died about
two months aince nt the plantation of Mr. R.
II, Tison, in South Carolina. . As near as
could be determined he was about 1 80 years
of age. - ;
' Notwithstanding the adoption of the
Prohibitory Liquor law In Maine, and the
strictness with which It is enforced in Port
land by Neitl Dqw, the Carton League in
that city have submitted a petition to the
Common Council complaining that the
mount of drunkenness was increasing." . ..
KiEr Coo tl You can do It as well now as
In January. IS your enemies abuse you, keep
eool, and nobody will mind them. If your
bank breaks, keep tool, and save ihs pieces.
If you fail, aud your friends worry yon by
condolence, keen 000 aud they will begin to
admire you and help you up again, lTyour
inamorata jilts you, keep cool, and she wilt
ibink better of it or you will, and thai will
answer Just as well, .
For the Poet.
MRS. COOKE'S SELECT SCHOOL.
The undersigned, friends and ptronsYf
this institution, bad the pleasure of attending
an examination of the classes on the 10th and
11th instant; and we deem it a simple act of
justice to an indefatigable and accomplished
teacher to say, now at the close f the term,
that she hot done hor duty, and merits our
commendation. "r' ". , ' '
We are satisfied that no teacher-would have
imparted more information during the tern;)
nd a more pleasing and advantageous exhi
bition of thoir acquirements, eould not have
been made by the Scholars, than Was display
ad under two days soerchlng examination.
. The exercises were so varied and inter
spersed as to ettrnct the spectator, and to
preterve the youthful freshness and vigor of
the scholars. Indeed, we have learned, dm
ring the term, that this it a characteristic of
her teaching, and certainly a talisman of sua
oesj, for unlets the anitnat spirits are sustain
ed lbs energies of the mind Will relax.-
Vocal musio we regard as eminently condu
viee to this end; and, in tbit respect, Mrs.
Cooke's School hat attained a point of success
quite remarkable, not only la imparting and
acquiring knowledge rapidly, but in being all
that is meant by the terms "well conducted"
We offer her this unequivocal, approval
aud endorsement as a qualified and successful
teacher, because well deserved.
A. D. Keyes, M. P. Jarnagin,
(;. F. Gibson, James Turner,
Robt. N. MoEwen, S. K. Reeder,
A. McKeldiu,'. Wm. M. Gorsuch,
James B Taylor, A. H. Keith,
John L Bridges, ' David Cleage,
George W. Ross, . Chat. Metcalfe,
James Getty t, '. Mrs, M. A. Reagan. .
Athens, July 13, 186. v
On with the War. The Southern Star,
a Democratic paper, published lit Winches
ter, in this Suite, says the Eitfjle & K.nqui
rer, denounces the Rev, Mr. White, a Cum
berland Presbyterian minister, as n "rever
end itinerant . beogur, and a member of no
abolition aid society;'' says also that he 'mer
ited a suit of lur and feathers, nnd a gratis
ride on u piece of rough timber." Mr. White's
offence Is his having dared to lecture on Ho.
minium in Hie town of Winchester. And
has it come to this, that an American minis
ter cannot criticize the tenets of the church
of Roinu without subjecting himself la such
coarse abuse! We .appeal to Protestants
every where to mark the progress Catholic
ity is making in' this country. It has he
come so strong that a Protestant minister
dure not speak against it.
Noticing the attack upon Mr, White, the
Murfreesboro' Telegraph says: " This editor
of the Southern Star is nn unmitigated slan
derer. VVe happen to know something of
Mr. White; he is a native of St. Louis, and a
slaveholder; he is also a minister of high
standing n the Cumberland Presbyterian
church, ne can be attusted by hundreds of re
spectable men in Tennessee. ' .
fTIt is stated that according to the Rus
sian law, every nobleman nnd civil functiona
ry, from tho highest to the lowest grade,
wears uniform. This costume was until re
cently in the fashion of a dress coat with
standing collar nnd embroidery. A Into
ukase has however, changed this foreign hab
it habille into the old national liaftnn.or long
frock and large loose trousers, much better
suited to the cliinutu. The German papers
say that this change has been n ceived with
intense satisfaction. All classes, even from
childhood upwards, in St, Petersburg, Mos
cow, aud the other cities, fling aside with dis
gust every article of Western manufacture,
and adopt the uuw created national garb of
loose trousers and easy jacket of gray cloth,
with green collar and cross upon the breast.
Hatred will thus go down, nnd passing from
sire to son penetrate all the fibres of the
heart, and faculties of the mind.
Kxplosion of a Locomotive. The loco,
motive attached to a freight train on the Co
lumbia Railroad exploded on Friday nenrCo.
lumbi.i, killing George Z. Eigler, the engineer,
nnd seriously scalding the fireman. Tho en
gine was completely demolished ; tho rest
of the train was uninjured.
The Weatiirr at the North. Now
York, July !i. The atmosphere is somewhat
cooler to day, and the mercury has tulleu sev
Boston, July 3. The weather here contin
ues oppressively hot. Tho thermometer ut
noon stood at 9il degrees in the shade. There
has been-five fatal cases of sun-stroke since
Saturday nl noon. . -
Philadelphia, July 2. The storm Inst
night has made quite nn agreeable change in
the atmosphere. The mercury to day will
scarcely reach 90 degrees.
Springfield, (Mass.,) June 80. The- ther
mometer ut this place reaches 98 degrees in
- Concord, (N. H.,)June 30 At 3 o'clock
this afternoon the thermometer stood ut 96
degrees in the shade.
A Locomotive Telegraph. The follow,
ing account of the successful inauguration of
Chevalier Bonelli's Invention the locomotive
telegraph has been received from Pied
mont: "The inauguration of the electric telegraph,
acting between enginea in motion, took place
nn May 34 between Turin and Monlcaheri,
in the presence of the ambassadors of France
and England. A long and animated conver
sntion was held between two locomotives
going at full speed, and also between those
focomotilives and the telegraphic otlice."
ISfiT" We are advised, says the Washington
Union, that postmasters should make no re
cord or marks upon registered letters by
which the fact of their containing money or
other valuublcs may be suspected or made
known. It has been ascertained that, In some
Instances, postmasters are in the habit of
marking the word 'registered' on the outside
of such letters, together with the amount of
money enclosed. The practice Is unauthor
ized and impolitic, and is forbidden by the
' Reafiko Machines by the Thousands.
Says the Scientific American: "We have been
inlormed by a manufacturer of agricultural
implements, one who is excellent authority,
that between 15,000 and 16,000 reaping ma
chines will be manufactured and auld this
year in this country. The demand is so great
that manufacturers cannot make thuin fust
enough for their orders. This affords evi
dence of agricultural prosperity, as the oost of
these machines will amount to- nearly t'J
OO0.QP0. Our farmers exhibit wisdom in us
ing and patronizing machinery, A reaping
machine will save the price of itself iu oue
Arother Presidential Candidate. A
large meeting was held on Saturday
week, at Green. Castle, Iowa, at 'which the
Hon. J, Scott Harrison, (son of the late Gun.
Hafrison,! was unanimously nominated for
the Presidency of tho United. States.
A Cow Worth Kbepino. Peter Lawson,
of Dracut, Massachusetts, has just told an AU
derney cow and oalf for ,3'JS. Last year the
cow produced tl pounds of butter per week
of juch quality -that it sold At fifty cents a
pound; 600 pounds yuiU considered her
average. Mr, Lawson sold at the same time,
an Alderney heifer ! months' old ' for
Organized Licentiousness at Brooklyn.
-A New York correspondent of the Buffalo
Express furnishes the following Intelligence
to that Journal: : , -s ; ,
" A wioked end dangerous soclnlisflc " sect
have sprung up or Inte nnd established their
head-quarters In Brooklyn the City of
Chnrchee. This sect style themselves, -Pro-gresslonhrtsVnnd
have made male and female
agents who smuggle themselves into our
family circles and alter three or four visits
adroitly allude to the existence, nnd peculiar!,
ty of their 'institution.' The doctrine of tho
sect Is that matrimony, ns nt present under
stood, is ft ludicrous slmmj that a man has no
right to live with his wife unless he loves
her spiritually ns Well as physically, that a
woman is not bound to live with her husband
Unless she loves him spiritually and physical
ly; and Hint when she sees another whom she
can love better, she is morally obliged to cut
the former and take up with the hitler, and
so on, nccm-ding to each neiV fancy until she
dies. Tlie agents of this sect are very nu
merous and the Institution itself is filled
with proselytes made up in the main of
husbands who have abandoned -their , wives,
nnd of wives who hate abandoned their hus
bands, boother, as one of its agents inform,
ed me, of a beautiful supply of young men
and women who have never yet been yoked
in tho usual form. As yott may readily im
agine this sect is breaking up the pence and
happiness of a great many families.
(kjT The Washington Union, in an erjito.
rial article on the position of the democratic
pnrty on the slavery question, uses the fol
lowing language! "That nn party embracing
members at the North and South Can be nu.
txonalot harmonious in its organisation which
dun nut exclude the question of slavery from
itt creed I" For a wonder, the Washington
Union has, in this instance, told the truth.
The democratic party is just ns unsound and
unreliable as any other party North; equally
nntrua to the property rights of the South.
VVe would perpetrate a grout wrong if we
were to state that any of the old parties were
sound 011 the slavery question. They have
not been for many years; nnd hence the. ne
cessity for building up a new party, upon the
rums of the old parties, that will accord to
the South all the rights guaranteed to her b)
the constitution and laws. If this attempt is
unsuccessful if it has not the sympathy and
support of the Union men, North nnd South
the hopes which centre in the preservation
of the Union are vain I The glorious heritage
must pass into tbe bunds - of the Goths.
White "Indians" in TtXAS. Some of the
recent depredations charged upon the Indians
in Texas turn out to have been committed by
white vagabonds, tho only thing Indian about
them being' their cunning and cruelty. A
Texas paper relates the following: ,
"Mr. Walker, at Dripping Springs, forty
miles West of Austin, was attacked by five
men, apparently Indians, nnd killed. A negro
u ho Was with him nt the time escaped and
reached n settlement, and reported the cir
cumstance. A party then pursued the mnniii.
ders, killed four, nnd gave chase to the fifth,
Who, being wounded, was captured while at
tempting to cross the river. But water washed
off liis paint nnd showed him to ben white
man in disguise. On washing tho faces of the
four dead ones, they also were found to be
white men. The prisoner snid that there was
in the mountains a party of one hundred, who
have teen committing depredations oil the
Ironticr, all of w hich have been charged upon
the Indians." ' , .
1.0N0 TittE CoiUiNO. l'he.Alobile Tribune,
of the 23d Inst., says: "In November of 1848,
a gentleman in Baldwin mailed a letter to a
grocery house in this city. It tviw never re
ceived or heard of until Inst week, when it
came exactlyto its destination alter nil ab
sence of nearly seven years! It would be
plensant to hear that letter to give tin account
of its travels during this long period."
France. A letter from Paris, says: More
troops are being dispatched to the East, and
so confident is Louis Napolen of the speedy
full of Scbastopol, that he is already debat
ing upon the next point of attack. Cron
stadt again and again is spoken of as the on.
ly key to St. Petersburg, but a Nelson would
be wanted to accomplish this work. It is not
unlikely, however, that the Allied fleet in tl e
Black Sea may join that in. the Baltic, and
make some attempt this summer. Louis Nu .
poleon, himself, is willing to cross the Rhlre
und depose the Prussian. King for his obsti
But, what about the balance of power, to
preserve which England took in tho war.
At an assemblage of a few friends,
one evening last week, the absence of a Indv
was noticed which was apologized for by an
acquaintance, wno sintea mat she was de
tained by a little incident.
"Ah yes!" exclaimed Mrs. John Smith,"and
a beautiful little incident it was, too weiirhs
just nine pounds nnd ahall."
What is Cholera? Ur. Kuapp, of Cov.
ington, Ky., defines cholera to be "a hem
orrhagic termination, or a manifestation of
the dying phenomena of scobutus."
One who had it lust season informs us
that it was a must powerful griping in the
abdominal regions, and he thinks "lie ought
NewOiileans, July 2. .
There were 30 deaths from cholera In this
city Inst week. .
The following toast wis recently given by
a"strickrn,"youngmnn: The Indies May we
kiss tho girls we please, and please the girls
we kiss. .
LIST OF APPOINTMENTS
Made and aoskid upon v the two Candidates
Blounttville, Saturday, July 14
Klizabethton, Monday, . ...' lA
Joueshornugh, Tuesday, . u 17
Greensville, . Wednesday, . " IS
Newport, ..Friday, . " 20
Dandridge, Kutuiday, " SI
Knoxville, Monday, " - 23
Maryville, Tuesday, ' 4
Madisonville, Thursday, sa
Athens, Fiiday, " 27
Deeatur, Saturday, " 2H
Benton, . Monday, so
Cleveland, " . Tuesday, . 81
Chattanooga, Wednesday Aug. 1
The undersigned have agreed hpon the
above List of Appointments, as candidates
for Governor. - In making out the appoint
ments, they bava been, compelled to omit sev
eral counties, for the want of time, wliich
they would be mucb gratified to visit, but it
it impossible for them to do so.
MEREDITH P. GENTRY.
Nashville, April. S, 1856.
(3T J. M. Anderson will address the peo
ple at '
CIsvsHnd, Bradley 00., 1 Tuesday, July 24
Charleston, .. " Wednesday, " 26
Hit competitor is respectfully requested to
y Phillip B. White, tbe distinguished
Tentfuiranee Lecturer, will ipeak at the fol
Cleveland, Wednesday, ?uly II
Benton, . Thursday, ia
Athens Saturday, ' ' ' .' 1
Madisonville. rlunday, , ' " S
lliwassse College, Monday, . - 23
Maryville, Tuesdny, " . 24
Knoxville, Wednesday, " ?
Tht Hon. Josinh M. Anderson, and the Hon.
Samuel A. Smiih, candidates for Congress in
this (the8d) Distrlot will tpeak at tbe follow
ing times and plaeet:
Coop't Creek, Saturday, July' 14
Jasper, ' .. Monday, " 1
Chsttsaiogs, Saturday, "21
Harrison, Monday, " 28
The appointments heretofore mnde by Col.
Anderton incontistent with this list trs with
t. M. ANDERSON,
& A. 8M1TU.
The candidates for Senator will sddrett
the people at the times and places below :
Sweetwater, Monroe eo., Saturday, Julyl 4
Johnson's Mill, " Monday, It
Gentry's Mill, " Tuesday, "17
Big Cr'k Meet. Houte," Wednesday" 18
Iron WorkSj " Thursdny, le
Cdco Cr'kFry'tStore)" Friday, ' 20
Lee's Store, " Bsturday, 21
Madisonville, " " Monday, " 28
Firestone's, McMinn co.,'" Tuesday, " 24
The candidates for Floattr will attend the
above appointments in Meigs, McMinn and
Polk counties. '. ... - ..
LIST OT APPOINTMENT
I will be pleased to meet with my fellow,
eititent of McMinn County at the following
timet and placet, where I will address them
to-wit 1 r -
rtnsscls' Mills, . Monday, July 16
Zion Hill, Chestua, . Tuesday 17
Weslynnna Meetinghouse, Wednesday" 18
M. Longs, Double Springs. Thursday " 19
R. Gregory's, Liberty M. iL Fridav, 20
J. Hanks, 17th District, : Saturday 21
R. Smith's, 14th District, Monday "28
Widow Cooks, Conasauga, Wednesday " 26
Sam Gentry's, 18th District Thursday " 26
Esqr. i;ai-lock hat an invitation and I pre
sume will of course attend the above sppolnt
meuta. . .- L R. HURST.
t3f" Wo are suthorlsed and requeued Is announce
Lieut. Wm. O. LiLlahd, si s csndidslu for the Stole
Senate, for Ihs dlelrlct composed ol. Monroe, Meigs,
HcMuio sad Polk couoUes. '
tW We sre authorised and requested to announce
Uou. S. A. SMITH as s candidate for rc-eloctloa to rep
resent the Third Oongresilonal District la the Confrcss
of the tl. 8. Klectlou 2d of August asst.
We are authorised and requeited to announce Col.
Ian. JAKVIS as a candidate for a seat In the Senatorial
branch or uext Leglelature, to represent the District coin,
posed of McMinn, Meigs, Folk aud Monroe counties.
We sre aultiojlrctl and requeued to announce Dr. KM.
J. JOHNSON as a cnndldute for -the Senate, for the Dis
trict composed of lbs counties Of M our on, Meigs, Polk
and McMinn. ; t
r"MVe art authorised and requested to announce
ft. fi. DOAK as a candidate to represent Monroe count
In the populsr branch of next Legislature..
rW We are authorised and requested ia annoirfice
JA8. MoKAMV, of Polk county, as a candidste for Joint
Representative for the Uietrlct csoapesed of tho counties
of Meigs, McMinn, and Polk. .'.-:..
. ?' We are authorised and requested to announce
J. n. COBB, Esq., as a candhlute for Joint Representa
tive for the District composed of Uie counties of MoMInu,
Polk and Meigs, at the ensuing August alectton. -
W Ws sre requested to snnounee Hon. JOMAH M.
ANUKKSON as a candidate to represent the) M Cunsres
slonal Distrlot la lbs next Oougress V. 6. Election id
August next. , .... .
W We sre suthorlsed nnd requested to announcs
MnJ. L. R. 11UIIST as n candidate to represent McMluu
ooudty la the popular branch of the next Legislature.
19" We are suthorlsed and requested to announce
Col. D. W. UALLEW as a candidste to represent the
Honntoriol District composed of the counties of Monroe,
McMinn, Polk and Miigj, In the next General Assembly
of Tennessee. Election 2d of August next. .
9" We are authorised and requested to announce
JAS. 0. CAKLOCK, Esq., as a candidate .to represent
McMinn county la the lover brsuch of next Legislature.
XV We are suthorlsed to announce JtfO. P. POWER
asacandldato for Joint Representative, from the Dis
trict composed of the counties of McMiun, Meigs and
Polk, at Uie ensuing August election. :
tV We are authorised to announce Col. Jas. iTicksv,
of 1'nlk county, (formerly of McMinn,) as a candldata
for Brlnvlier Ueneral 6th IlrleS.de Tennessee Mllllla.
Tho Brignde is composed of the counties or Roane,
Monroe, McMinn, Polk, and Bradley.
Hyphllisj, Nrrofnlnu mirl nisrnsctt
Blood. Kor thene terriflo diseases, Carter's Epauieh
Mixture is the only specinc.
The proprietors have In their possession over one
hundred certiQcates of the most extraordinary eurcs
eneoted by It.
We refer to the ccrtlffrate of Richard Adams, Into
High Sheriff of Illchnioud, Vn., K'lwln Burton, Commis
sioner of the Revenue for RlelfflTSnd; tlen. Welch, of
the Mammoth Circus; Dr. Hundley, of IVathington City;
Mr. Wm. A. Mutthuws snd C. II. Luck, Ksq., of Rieh
mond, Vs., Mr F. Boyden, Exchange Hotel, Vs.; and a
host of others, who have seen cases of U10 wurst de
scription cured by Carter's Spanish Mixture. They all
ccriify that It Is the greatest purifier of thu blood
Ilr-nlina; Virtue. It Is a fact, authenticated
here as well as all over the State, and indeed the wliulo
Western States, that Sloan's Medicines have obtained a
wide sprend celebrity and reputation, to which they are
Justly entitled for their "healing virtues" and powers.
We arc not among those who are prono to endorse every
I'i'ent I hug that comes along, and in this Instance,
have delayed our endorsement until wo have been able
to make assurance doubly sure, not only by testing them
personally ourselves, but from the testimony of a nu
meroua portion of the community living around us. lit.
Bee Sloan's advertisement In another column.
There are few things which afford us greater pleasure
than sitting down to write a notice of the celebrated
Hootland Uerraan Bitters, because we are fully conscious
we are conferring a public beucilt, and our heort telle
us that by our notices many have been Induced to take
these Bitters, and been rescued from death by dyspepsia,
liver oomplaint, Ac, for the cure of which It Is certain.
It Is prepared and sold only by Dr. 0. M. Jackson, at
the Herman Medicine Store, No. lgu Arch street, Phila
delphia. Bee advertisement.
Medical Tesllmony rnnnot bo ron
trnvertotl. One of the most startling cases is iiur
rated of Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge by Dr. John duller, of
Lowell, Trumbull ca, Ohio. The case was that of a
young lady who had been very sick for W(Af yean, and
bad consulted a number of physlwlans, who had treated
it as one or Prolapsus Uteri. Dr. Duller was then culled
In, and for a time believed with his predecessors that It
was a case of Prolapsus. He was, however, soon forced
to the coielusion that his atlent wua sulTerlng frour
worais, and after much persuasion, prevailed upon her
to take two doses of Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge. This
medicine had the affect of removing from her a count
less number of the largest slse. After she passed them,
her health Immediately returned. She is since married,
and continues W enjoy excellent health.
Purchasers will be cnreful to ask for Dr. J'.an's
Celebrated Vrmtfuy and take none else. All other
Vermifuges, In comparison, are worthless. Dr.t'LjWt
Vermlnigc, also his Celebrated Liver Pillscan now be
had at all respectable Drug Stores In tho United States
For sale by V. IT. Ksrrn A Co., Athens; J. A. A 0. W.
Corns, Madisonville aud by oue Agent In every town
in Tennessee. . July lit
On the !4th Jnne last, by Isaac Fox, F,sq Mr. . II.
Tsasv to Miss Mahtua Jams Castoiobt, all of Monroe
A 11 v us 1 a. market
AnomtTA, July 9.
fl.nce my lnat review or thli nmckct only a few txrticlei
have changed prices, and lite market generally charat
teriaed by kluggUliuew and a warn of acilva demand.
I quote. ,
tUcon, hog round 10 10)t'o, with fair itooki and
mnaeraia at-iuaua; iiurni are uun. Dut more enquiry
prevail, for choice hanii than at the .imtavf my last re
port I quote extrtjiiieu at 9 & Iito, but the bulk of oalev
at to (ft 11c; ildei are luaciive and priced -rimying at
UJf & 1?; iliouldere are In ff'od reque-t atUJ (fr lOo,
LiKD li becoming icarce at 11 fo Ufo u ta quality
and package Tallow 12)tfe. Kit kf dull at 4V a 5c
for gruHM fed, and no Hall fed offering. Pork 0 (fa To,
Hbbkp $,50 (ft 3 W heud. Wool 18 fft 8b, mout unlet
good Wool ii Wo. Chto Yiimi 15 a lte per V.
Cotton OmsUbukua 9)4 Ute V yard. Cor tji.tfl ffh
1,15. Miul$Ii& I.to. Oat fine, Whuat l,tt (ft
l,4i) for rd, and 1.T5 Tor white, jVloum 0 (ft-Uo
V) bbl.tand mine rate In eackii, price tending down,
ward. Htock I'kak $1.50. Wimtb UK an y,ftu Qa 9.
Hat 1,25 1,50. HkkhwaxSI (ffcaOc, BuTtkb IB& 'Jft.
Boos IS lSe. Day Mima 11 & ic and scarce, psar
Ha m, dried, 11 3 Ic. ' VttMaoN do. 19 12c.
sKxcuanub on the North ttf j? cent, premium. ''-' "
Youra, very truly.
x . B J. A. ANRLKY,
Hen ton. Ten a.
RE9PF.OTFUl.Lr Informi the public that he hna taken
the Hotel formerly kepi by Juttepb 1'elton, Benton,
Teim. Deter mlued to keep the right aort of House, he
will tpare 110 palu to accommodate and render com
fortable all who may call. Hit Table Khali be epread
with Ue baet the country aftWde, and hit Stable will be
provided with plenty of proveAder. Determined to
merit public patronage, be bopea and exneoia to reaelm
due ihare of U. July 19-tMi55
Administrator's Notice. -
Alt pereona Indebted to the eatate of Thomaa
Vaughan, decaaied, either by note or aocount, are
requeniea to oome lorwara ana matte eettfetnent Imme
diatelv. Thoea hnvlnc claim a tat net aaM 4wtAi will
pleaie present tbein,duly fcuibentloated, tn the time
prescnotra oy iw. it, v. vauijha?),
July U, 9Ao-8t Administrator.
RI.ETT & KOBSON,
Factors and Commission Iff errfeaats).
Mas. 1 and I Atlsatle Wharf, -
Charleston, S O.
CJPKCIAt attention lvn to Ihs sals of Whesf, flour,
K5 Corn, Ao.,enit from our loniTeiperlenee In the biisl
nrss, ws fosl 001rad.nl of Hvltig satisfaction, U Bar at
advances msds on oonslffnAcnts.
Kefir to lion. Jno. P. klnf , Aufsta, Oa.i Hon. M. A.
Cooper, Etowah, Oa. , . JulylS-ly
w. n. C0LLINS, -
Tl 1 sea.
at W. II. Stockton's, between Urady's JTorry. us
1 J u ' s lllHs,,
Hiked contif yN Tenn. '
(BT AUTIIOR1TT Of ftl 9TATB OF 'ALABAMA.-)
SOUTHERN MILITARY ICADEMY
' X-s ot ter y . .."
Orani ttcheme for Atiail,'
To bo drawn Anrust W. isns.-in lli. illy of Montfom(ry,
when Prises amounting to
- . IT O,OO0 .
Wll be distributed according to tlis following Kagnlt
cent schem, I And remember every Prlss drawn at each
Drawing, aud pejd when due without discount I
Osmsts.. ;...,.....,.. 115,00(1
' ' ;j. A..., .,.1. ...... v.. ajUs)
, r ....-.. , 8,(K1
" ' ....u. ,..100
- '.. 1,100
" fcef 1,000 1. fi.ooo
In all 40S prises smottnttng to
r y rnolsAND xcxBKinir T
Tickets $4 Halves and Quarters In proportion.
wins ui, a,, iiioeni nanus issen at par.
All communications slridly oonftdentlul.
KAMUKI. SWAN, Agent and Manager.
July I8,185-.tf-8a5 Moutgomary, Ala,
Channerr Court at Athens.
- ' teton, Gilbert 4 Co.,
. .. -
R. O. Xileston, J. C." Ramsor, W. O. Swan,
Sam'l White, A. L. Maxwell, jr... and B. B.
Strong. . '
Amended and Injunction Rill.
IN this cause H nppenring that H 0. Tiles
ton, "one of the fii'tendanta, is a non resi
dent of the Stale of Tennessee, it is ordered
that publication be made in the Athens Post
for four successive weeks, requiring snid non
resident defendant to appear at our next
Court of Chancery, to bo held at the Court
house in the town of Athens, on the 8d Mon
day of August next, then and there to plead,
answer or demur to complainants said bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed as to
hirn and judgment be rendered nccordinirly.
WM. LOWKY.-C. M.,
By Willis Lowar, d. o. h.
July 18, 1855 pr'sfce8 855.
Sale of Negroes, &c..
WE will sell to the highest bidder on the
' !Hh instant, at the late residence o"
John Caldwell, deceased, three milea Fast of
Madisonville, Monroe county, the follow
ing property,' vis., two negro men, two negro
women, and one girl, And all the stock eou
sisting of horses, cattle, hogs and sheep; one
four-hereo'wngon and genruigj one family
enrringe; n"nd all the forming utensils; house
hold and kitohen furniture, belonging to snid
For nil sums of ten dollars and under, cnslt
in hnnd and for all sums over that amount,
a credit until the 1st dny of January, 186(1,
will be given, by the. purchaser giving note
with approved security.
J. H. jotixAtox,
J. E. CALDWHI.U
July 6-td-864 . . . t .'; .Executors.
T viaaft Iloooivod
AKD for snle, at the old eland in Calhoun,
.25 111,1s. New Orleans Reboiled Molasses.
10 Bbls. do. oTo. ' do.
' 80 Bags fine Jtib Coffee; -
500 Oils. Cuba Molasses; . .
2500 Mm. Brown Sugars; - V
6000 . Castings; ' :
10000 " Rolled iron all of wliicli will be
sold low by wholesale or rernil. -
Our Dry Goods stock is full and fine, and as
low down in prioe ns the lowest.
July 0 - , B. F. MA11TIX t SON .
I would any one word to the public, as It
may save some man monev. . On the 1 1th of
June I mniled nt this oil'oe, in. a letter to
Nash ville, Tenn., a f 100 Hill. The latter was
registered in the otlice book here, and has
fuller! to reach INnliville; and on comparing
duplicate way bills of the Kashtille and
Calhoun Fust Masters, find tho one sent from
Culhntin nover reached its destinntion nnd
I would sny to those who send money to
Nashville by mail to be careful as there is a
scoundrel somewhere ou the route.
U. F. MARTIN.
Calhoun, July Jd, 1855.
- Decatur Academy.
THE Trustees of Decatur Academy take
pleasure iu informing, the- niiblio sono-
rally that) they hfive. secured the services of
l.j. . npps, wna is a gruuiinte or r.nst Ten
nessee University, and whose, written tcsti
monials entitles us to recoimuond him ns every
way (junlilied fur the business, of teaching.
" TEHMS Of TUITIO.H.
Reading, Writing and Aritlnrtotio ft. 00
English Sciences, 93,00
Languages nnd Higher Mathemntics 17.60
Bonrding oan be had on moderate terms.
The session will commence oa- the 23d of
July, 1855. ' -
By order of the Board,
JOHN R. NEIL, Chairman.
June 29," 1"855 tf 858
. M onroo coiintT'. Tenn,
THE Spring session of litis young but pros
perous Institution will close us follows:
Annual Kjumikatiox. Tuesday aud Wed
nesday, 17th and 18th July;
Si'Eaiuno and CoNrtmniNU Diplomas, Thurs
day the. 19tli. '.
The Fall Session will commence Monday,
Sept. nth, at which time students will find
it to their advantage to be present to enter
their proper alassos. .
Tuition f 10 per session; Contingent foe
(1; boarding at moderate rates. A number
of rooms in the vicinity are occupied free of
1 1 .1 :.! . L 1 .1. ...
cunrKe uy inusn wisiiiug to uuntu uieimeives;
which they do at a cost of from fifty cents to
oue dollar per week. '
Our locution is i'h the country, two and a
half miles from Madisonville, in a neighbor
hood noted for Industry and morality ; con
sequently we are comparatively free from
temptations to prodignlity, intemperance,
and other vices too frequently met with In
towns and eities.
A post otlice line been established at the
institution; therefore letters to the Knculty
and Students should be addressed to "Hiwas
see College, Monroe count v, Tenn."
July 8 JOUN li. BUHNER, Trest.
Calhoun anil Charleston
3VX fa. as xx 1 o Xxa.satltu.tOf
For iMals antl Females.
T1IR next Session of this Institution eouuneuoos en
Monday, June ittlh.
Term, per ttutio of Jim month; payable ont-hatf
Primary Department ...ST 00
Junior Class.. . 10 00
Senior ' Is IK)
CoutihgentPco.... , 50
Students entering the. first week of tits session may
o'ntvr for oae-tialf 'suasion All who enter after the first
week must enter till the ena of tho session. No deduc.
Mollis made, for lost time .scept ih eases of protracted.
SIOKiicss. im.rw mi; w ,ian ui vmwr wwii or vicinity
at reasonable Icstns. Vacant rooms may also be had
whare young aieu mayjKiard themstlves. " .
Charleston, June S-am -H. 11. URVWOOD, Pr'nl.
fAfk LIIS. Java Coffee;
OUU 2000 lbs. Rio do.', ' ' . ,
200 lbs. Crushed Sugar j . .
M0 " Cnrncons-Indigo J .-...: , " .
100 " Star Candles;. - "
60 " Dupont's Rifle Pofcde'r v -'
b0 " " Blasting dr- ?f"
li -1 III, Cans Eagle- . do.)
200 trullons No liiulden Bvruu 1 "
All of which will be Bold ns usual, at the
very lowest prices. . . -JuiteS
W. 0. HORTdlf dt CO.
XXe.ZTfaa of tiolumtotsw
J K now have the Largest ud Best as
f T aortment of tins Celebrated, Music
book we itave ever us.t.
. ar,T. r. gibson.
Uy1 Authority of the Btalt of Oeotgla.'
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
Uraadl sestnsi gor.jialrt. .
.class. . '
To is draw's July Md, ISM, la Mir city of Atlanta, Oa.,
SIMS rnaes BaivHniius iw , ,
Will he iftitflbutefl acoorKing to ids following nisgrH'
eerit acheme I . And remember ever Prise drawn at
each Drawing, and paid whsn due without deduction t -
1 Frits of
do t.f.t -i ..... ,
t...r.. . .iitrO
J do j 1........
1 no , .; ...V'
dO ... V,i . I .
nrlsesor 1.0WI . ...... r.
10 do- (W0 .......
DuTTrlus In Sll, atnenntlngto. . . .
OKI, I TRY TUO OS AKD KvMDBRltl
Tickets 810 Waives and Quarters In proportion. .
Bills tn all solvent flnnkf at pas. - All commsrHca-
tlons strictly confidential. ..
. B,inivlJBnrtE1,sfBiwro nsnnpr,
AprtHf-IM Atlanta, Georgia,
XViXXTJAT WANTJ9D I
AI.AROHIot of good Vi'hest wsntelf forwHchtbs
highest cash aurltetprlee will he pald. by
July 0 - ' F. U. KKIT1I m CO.
1'hsas.fv (Insert at Ithras.
Criali Uenton. administrator of tieo., W.
' Hale, deceased, .
' ' . ff.
The Creditors of the snid 0. W, Hale.
fTHR aecoatrt ordered in this ennse at the
x. -reuruary Termor tne uoun isno, win be
taken at the Master's office in atbens on tbe
loth dav of Julr next, at whielt time the
parties can attend with their proofs
. rt 1 , in'DV r, ir
Vf III. n ni, (y. o. i.
Jims ?. 1885 St IVsfaat'i 868
0C0 EE HOUSE,
C'lcTelantlv Tnun -
BY It.. A. Sc J. A. TIHBS. -
NO pftlni will ba ipared to promote th comfort of
(tmj"t. Th Table will be tprend with th bent the
market affords. It ! our detrRiniitlun to n,ik tits
Ocow Hotue" equal to the bet Id ihe country. Glre
oil. . ' may n-ly-lMft
WLa.nX TennriMoe Sc 3corffla Ball Routf.
li. DC IvAIXO. Proprietor
RF-SPRCTFUI.lt Informw the trevellnir fwbUe that
he hu opened a Dinner Jloawe near the new !
Eot, in CleTvland, for the benellt of traveler! on the
art Tenneiiee and Oeorplo Hall Road, where he will be
pleaiedioserreall who may call on blm with the bent
the country afford1. Cleveland, June 1-tf-WJ
Holland & Rawlins,
wnoLBau ssd anitt dsilsss is
ITardrvare, Cutlery, Saddlery, &c,
COrNTRf Merchants, Mechanics, RadAlers, and
Builders will And here a larsa stock -ef Goods at
prices that will compare favorably with the Northern
market, Orders promptly sltcudvd to. Jimsl5-oni-&fil
Leather Machine Belling. '
PATENT riveted, itratched and ccmtntoQ lnther
Machine Bohlng Oak atitj Hemlock Tannrd all
width, from 1 to '24 Inches, of our own munufucture aud
of warranted quality, iititablc for Cotton Factories, Ma
cnine anopn, uiim, 'inreshtire, PumpRi c, o. A largo
anortmeat always on hand and for sale In quantities to
At tho Nuddierr' AVnrpline off
. (- ., ; . 8MK111IAN, JKSr-l l' CO., .
.' ;" Ml Hro:.d mrett, AiiftuRta, (Icnrala. -If
ARltAL, NICI1UI8 A CO.,
Cor. Meeting and Uase) trtieti,Cliurletoh( S. Oa
P. D. G1TKS.4
" AND DRAt.tR tt
Agricultural implement and Machinery
ro. wwroaaway...... M:AV YOICK.
KTCIHJM'S Motnhiff Machine Hap
I; MB (tea. I'HliimitorM. Phnrte. Ktitufl iluits 1
Cow Sh-lUrt, Rrtip, , llm-nt puw-r tnl TfireHJtrn,
Onmhintd Th!xhrtani Hinnotcerond thr Afirt
ouitural Machiw. ., . .. oiuy lS-tf-JM7
Athens Foundry Ware-Room,
Next door to TeHitCftMce Bank
WHFItE f kpl conntantly on hnnd nnd for aale,
CnoWhiR Mml oilier Hluvi-n, Hollow Wnc, And
iron , Ac, and nil kimlit of Tin Furniture. V urn rUo
prepared to till orders for fpoutlntr, nnd Tin Ware to
merchantft-and otlir, upon nhori notice and good terms.
Having ttiRMffiid tlie kltvii'ij) of tin exec I km workman,
we are confident of giving ntUfnotton,
may ll-tl-a46 XIMMKItMAN k THOMAS.
,VS. K. REEDER
Rr-rFOTPi;LI.T Informs ihe cltizeun f McMinn
count, nnd t lie public ffenerull.?,t.Ht lie will attend
tu the 8ollifj)gv forctiuxitiR, and s'orwiirlhi(t of all kii.dn
of Produce A I no, to ordfringUoodi, Urocerlei.or nny
kind of MiAiint.ry that may be untied for. He enn fur
nltdi Macliliwry, huoIi ai ThrfHhvrs, Reiipern, Mower,
Btulk and Straw Cutu-ri, or any kind wiulied, nt ntanu
facturcr' prfcun, freight addi-d.
A Rood lot of Threttlipra on the way and to arrlre In a
few day. Atno, one Circular Saw jMill and on' Clover
llulleron hand and fur dale by 8. K. KKKUKlt.
. Athena, Tenn., may lt-tr-40 '
i II. & J. SI. CROW
UE3PECTFi:M.Y announce to the public thnt they
have now and will keep conn tan tly on hutnl n frcn
ernl umortineiit of mparior I.iquori, which they will sell
low for cnah, wlmlenale and re full.
Alio, Cliei'xe, Crackem, Hnialnn, Candlca, and every
thing el.o Uiat ia good to eat. (march 8-tf
AIVD V AHIl iTN VA VTIOO.-I wHtit
M-J, to buy a few Land Wiirrunlsi, and will give Uie hig).
eai mantel price tor Uieni in uiulu
MATS! ir.4TM.-TheundcrHlgnedia receiving
a large and liandnnme lot of Hut. Including inanv
new alyle, such at ''Wide- Awake,' Young' America'
"Hnngarlitn," Ac. Alan, the Pnnnma, Ifrtiom, Pur,
Woohuid Halnilcaf lints, which will he sold at ihe loweat
ort of prices. .. Apl tl V. U. UKYNOUDS, Benton.
1711 !V 11 Tobacco -A good article at no cents per
; plug, at JuneS SEHOHS'd.
KW Two Homo 'agron for -ale by
amicus, rune a o, t. ivr.ro r, it.
COrETIOtrAKiRSI, Candles; Almonds,
l'ecaiil, Qrange, Lemons, Ac, just received and
for sale by aprll MQ A. C LEA OK A CO.
KFrnirifi's nownn m a iiii:n.
Three of these celebrated labor-aaviug machiuea
on band and for sale at uianufaclurers' prices, hr
may 11 . . h . 8. K. IlKKDER.
HOE PFGN.-fl bushels flhoe ep jmit received
O and for snle. Apl 6 W.D. UKYNOleDS, Uenton.
II NT rrIVod and In Si ore. a largo lot
V of Clarilied and Brown Suanr. Coffee. MoInswa tuid
Anc Bytup, Soda, Peiirl Starch, Zinc Wash-boards, Pn.it.t-
en inns, nuiier s n ruing rmiu, luaMinea, star and oo
lar Candles, which will be sold cheap for caxh, by
, may gft G. W. K0S8. .
VKW UOOTfi AND WIIOEH. ir yon call
and examine our stuck which we are just opening,
we tel assured you will not leave before buying a pair
of Boot or Shoes. For tho Ladies, wa have Uis best
Kid, Calf and Patent Gaiters. For the Gentlemen, Kip
auu vmii uuvm, wit aim biioch. .
may 4 C. F. A T. F. GIB?OM.
IHS. .1 1 J f, I, K T St: : IK retired and for
sal by apl 90 KKi Lri A UKNDEUaON.
WE have on hand anil for sala a auperlnr article of
Uniting Cloths, Nos. A, S, 8. 0 nml ID.
Nov.M McKVVKN ail.LESl'II!.-'
CIO A IIS and Tobacco. A largo lot of Ci
gars and Tobacco, from tho vurv finest to a low
priced article, Just received or V. li. UKVNol.rm,
Anrll A li...An v
OUE of that No. 1 Tfbnrco nt the Farmers
uncap stare, ny v. r. t. f. lilltfON.
a 'W 1 M st fl Ul saaw as... ...... J . , ..
April 18 . W. O. OUT0N 1 CO,
HEWING TOUAt t'O, a fine"' article, and
I t 1,11 -' "J V ' B. VIIM.U. .VII,
I.O li I A lot of Vein Thou. a.' oclrhraled
wi.liin, to get a good Clock st a rcsjonable fH-k-s iiaa
liavs and opuortuuit of ttoijig a. all soon before
they are all sola. - W. U. KKYNULM,
Aprll 0 ' - Dvutoii, Tenusssesv
SlllvTV tl t;.- good lot of Tape anst
ThroaU Fuss on Imint suit for sals low by
April W. U. UKYNOLUS, Itenlon, Tenn.;
SO.tlHTIIISIO WKW.i-Just recelvi-it, Otie
Pi cncU Workeil Oollara, llifk fs, A cits, Cmlvr HIcsKs,
One Silk, Pancr Klt ami UU' I'hrvad IIIovm-, Milk, Cash
roars snit Cotton losr; Ovnllcliitu.'s Itue kid. KHk sua
Thread tilovcs; Hhlrt C.llnr; llrtkf., ik l'i l.,t.iji,
Uoii.-sth-k anil Palm faaf rVns larstirst lot vwr liroiiKlit
to Allien.. At. marW HKIIOIlXe
DIIMAI, .HiilorluU aud TooU.-noM
Kolli Hioiig I'oMi I'orurUIn Tcatlii this Pla;e
Work; Eaosvatou, I'lugjors; ilurs; riles, Ai'., Jnsl rt;.
ceived and Jor aaU: bj uiaraa HKItOltN.
IUMJ Kill StI E-il .r.ta Ann
vi 31. nuilNii.
JI NT lleclvtl and for ssls.alot of Coopw's
United Iron; al, a am rau arilcleof No. 1 Uk.
tug Tobacco, bj , -
A. P. BRADKOKD.
Ulcavllls, Teuo, '-
CAI,Tl HA IT !-0 tbts. Kbit's Ball, list re
SO ceived and for ssla bj
April KEYM HgNDEKSOff,
JT AUIHH BONNET". A ksautlfid let of ;
MAM ef ths lat.st si.vl.s,Just reclv.d sod for .sle
lew. . , Apl I ' - W. B. REYK0LI3, Arnton.
Bloody-FlBi, Drsf n(crr,.rir
rkea & Cholera r
TflKskfiTS dhnln,.so BtSTftleti'tln .'
country, sets sll be eursd by tlis fli-. a
berrf tysentar; Krfttii, irliieil is solcffor onl '
60 tents per Iwittfa- . - "
cuw. burss, atrE).iiso8, ou Infta-
MAT10N, eilher sxfernsl or iner1t sarert
by tlie Onefenbern 3reeaJ16rir,tiii OiktwsHtJ
price 411 cents per bos better tlisn sny kiai
ment or sin-KJller for it gives Instant reliet
- falling of tne wnt nnr sll other diseases
ire rrromntlV edred br Marahsll's tlTusuaa '
Catuoiiooh price red need to 1 ,0(i)et bottle,
tJie only remedy f first has yet been aiseotered -thsC
renebestb AlmveooiTihlsftiL. -.'-
TUEOBFEMJKHH VliOETABT.K Pltt"
are' pronoiineed the very brat pill, in thf j
jrorld i lWJ.OOp boxes sre sold sfy yesr In
Tenmssee price 81 sent. '-'
These smfiiU other Grcfuhberg McJIclnes" "
tire for sal by . j '
W. BUKK.-J, Atliensjff. f. Mntiif So,-'
Collmnni VAtoH") A PM.'sts; Sweetwater; Wf
L. .Wnnsi London; G, Tanhoh, WsilisonrilU,' '
ALRX MhKKNZIR, Nnsbeillle,
unei9,'6-JltTr 1681 0nei sl. Agent'
PoplarHf 1 Academr.
FOB MALES AND VEMAtE!?
' IrleMlhn CovniT.Tenn. "
'TUtE Fourth Session of this Institution sr'llV
-1 spen orf Moffdsy.- Joly SRd noxt, snd
cl n Frldsy the 'list dity of liSeeiuber' '
1866. ' . - ...
'uxtarotitoHrti.. ' - ' "'
let. ClSss-r-Orthottrspirr, Ilestli'ng tfn- ;
ting nnd MotitsI SxtrcWcs. U.Otf
Sd. Clftas GwKMphy, English Grsm-
mnr snd Arithtitetin. flj0
3d. t'lssa Nstitrsl Pliilosojity, Cnetff-
istry, I-vgiCi Rhetoric and Malheinat
io. ; , H0,00
Contingent fee In advance. $0,?5
Tuition elinrRed fioin date of entrance till
tbe elose of the session, nnd no deduction
for loss time, except in esse of nrntracted
sickness, fionrding can be hnd In private
families nenr the School, on moderate terms
J. C. BAKU, Principal .
June i, 1886 tf. 25
Fur the compht air of Coughi, ColiU, Jnjtu
and all other -complaint tending to
W q- q'-.q q.q".q-.q,q4-
1H18 preparation Is getting Into use all OTer imr
M. country. Tho nunivroiiK letters we roceiro from
our various ttgents, tntoruiing us of cures effected In their,
immediate nvightorhon4ls, warrant us in saying It is ii "
of the best, Jf oat the very best cough medicine now be
fore the puhllo. It almost Invariably relieve and not -tin
frequently eures the very worstcaaes. When aH other .
cough preparations have failed, tlify has relieved the pa.
tlent, as brugKlits, dealer Id medicines, and I'hysii'iMiit
fan testify. Ask the agent In your nearest town, wlmt
hat been hU experience of the elTccta ef this mudiclne '
If he has been selling it for any length of Urn. h- will '
tell you HU thbet Mtfficin ejntant.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we hate re ,
ceived lately regarding the virtues of this medicine.
Pr. t). S.Osltn, of Knoxville, Ga.. snys: have been :
using ynnr Liverwort and i'ar very extensively In my
practice for three years past, and, it Is with pfennure I
state rrtybeliaf in its superiority over allolher artlcka t
with which 1 am acquainted, for which It r recommended
Mesxra. Fitagerald-A-Hennerfi, writing from Wnynes
ville, N. C say Tho Liverwort aud Tar Is herdtniti .
dully more-popular 4n this country, and we Uilnk justly
v.. it 1 1 otiu naTc fiv it npi in I'nniuivn'iniMe tcrtnB
of It, and nay it Is very beneficial In alleviating the eoni
pliilnts for which it Is rer tnun tended.
vr nivalis, in ricKPun uMirtci, . v., p. n. Merrill, a .
aureaui "that he noes It with great benefit In his nun
ramily, and recommendsJl to hi-neighbors.11 . Jfeglveo .
an li.Htat.ee of a Negro woman, hi hi vklulty, who had
been suffering with dine sue of Ihe I.ungii for years, at-
iriu.-u wiui ncveru cuugn, uo waa reuevcu ny Uie lv
Such are the gno1 reports we hear nt this medlcTn
from all parts of the Houth. Fr a report of the iur.
prising cures It hns performed Western and Korthern'
anil Kn'tern Hint en, wt would Invite Ihe sulfurlngpatient
to read the pninphlet which necompnnles each bottle
To all, we say, have hop) hat hope
TRY THIS AimuiXEl! -BE
WARDED IN SEASOXUt
And neglect not that cough which Is dally weahenlnr
your constitution, Irritating your throat and lungs, aud
inviting on that dread dW-itfe, Uonstrmptlon, wlten so
soothing ami Ut iilinga remedy can bo obtained aiDr
Hgers' l?yrup of Liverwort and Tar.
IU u: are of Counterfeit and Bate Imitations?
The genuine article is signed Adiikw Roaus, on th
engraved wrapper around each bottle.
Trice, 4)1 pt-r bottle, or six bottles for fit. Bold whole
saleand retail by MEAD,
1 1 1 Chart, t.t 7tf. t'untt and St. .om.'o, N.O
Bole Agi-nf" for the Ponthcrn ftutea, to whom nil or
ders and applicution fur Agencies must he addressed.
Bold nlso by V. li, Kkitii k Co., Athens; Ctwaa IU
moko, Charleston; W. H. Ciiaiumilbb, Cleveland; Muaaft
McKiMV, Denton; J. A. k O. W. Tumif, Madwonville;
and agtntsn every town intlnjgtate. June l-6m
Clear Spring High School,'
I'or.llaleN und lemalei
THE Seventh Session of lhfs Institutran will com
uieuoo on Monduy, July 16th, next. - -Terms,
pee Session o.rftv months, pa jablt at the do
f tht tinman :
Ppelllng, Heading and Writing...- ......k9 00)
Kngtlah t.mmmur, Arlthuietiu and tieography... 8 0V
Mathematics and Natural ck-cei o OfJ
Noittudriit admitted for a leas term than half sea Ion,
and no deduction for lost time except in caso of Provl-
Itoardinc can be had In tho nclshhnrhnnd of H .
School ut a reasmuible price 8. P. 11ALK,
j ti ne b, isrio-ain-Jtott Principal.
" eTtxst Ilooeixroci '-"
X ffi beat Urowii Sugar :
JlUU 80 sacks UioCoffc;
. 400 salt. Molasses ' ...
61 boxes Star Candles. ' - -.-
Jue 15 - A. CLE AGE CO.
A Money Wanted.
I'h pers'ili Indebted to us would do Well to ooma
forward and make payment f mined lately. Wo
taunt have our business settled up After August Court
our Notes and accounts will nil bo placed In tiie hands
of an olliccr for collection. ' c'o enme up and save eoeta,
June S- WOSl'ADDKN A UOUTON.
Off for Kansas!
EIXO desirous of enihrrntintr to better
JL J hunting ground, I now offer for snle my
FA11M nt (Jeorgetown, Tenn. There Is n Rood
Brick dwelling snd Smoke House, s fronts
riliop and Store House, Stnblee. io., upon iU
I have no hesitancy in saying that it is the
most desirable tiroerty in'EnsL Tennessee for
a Merchant, a rhyaicinn, or s Lawyer, who
wishes to farm also. Call snd see the proper
ty snd the owner. H. A. WtlOI).
Georgetown, llitinilfon eo.; June fi, 1855-6t
Chattanooga Ouette will please topy
to amount of 8 and forward aee't. m. a. w.
t'lsaucerr Court at Dccalur. ,
Try or Neil, .
' VT. W. tlllnrd, JL M. Mlliird atul E. W.
IN this ennse it appearing from ah alliga
tion of the Bill thut K. W. King it a non
resident oitizen of tho Stnte of Tennessee,- if '
is therefore ordoreil Ihnt pnlltoatiiin lieiiiudf
in tli-illiens l'oat a newspaper pu'dished ia
tne town of Alliens, llrilinn L'ounty, Tentie.
see, for fotir eotisecutirs weeks, requiring
said uon-resident resiiondeut to appear at
our next Court of Chunoery to ba held ai lite :
Court House in the town of Lfcoatur, ti ths
xii gionuny oi nepiemurr nexs, inen attn tnera
to answer Complainant's aforesaid Dill or
the same will lie taken as confessed astohiio.
and sel fur hearing ncrordinuly,
W. MCKIJNZIK, C. if.
. I'er W. I.. iMi'lviMi.aY, u. c. st n.
June 29, 1 854 -It I'rs fee (IS (gS
Jonathan Tliouios, "
W. W. Lillard. B. SU i.ilbir.1, E VT. King,
J. U. Hogaess, aud S. M. Doggeaa,
rN this cause It appearing from an alleca
tion of the Hill that lt.n.nu... L- Yir
King ia a non-rMident Citiseu of the State of
i1'"". ia uii'ieiore ordercil that pirtili
cation be made in the Athena
pajier ptiblisbed' in ths town of Athsns,
.Me.Vliun Countv. Teniiflaana fi.r f.u.
stve weeks, requesting said non rasi.lent res. "
pondent to appear at our next Conrt of
Chuseery, to be held at the Court House In
the towu of-Deantur-ou tbe -id Munday of "
Heptemlisr next, then and there' to answer
CpHiplainant'a Hill, or the same will be tnkea
at eonlesavd at to lilin, and set for hearing
June 29, 183$ 4t ft I fet 3 ' 3