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Jltr fie complete enre of Cough, Cold; nV
em; a(nna, Bronthiti; Spitting of Mood,
and all otlier eouiplaint lending to
q S S . A S M
rglHIS preparation Is Rolling into use all over our
I country. Tlie numerous letters we recrlv from
our various agnts, informing us of cure effected in tlielf
Immediate neighborhoods, warrant us in saying It is oue
of the beat, if not the very best cough medicine nnwhe
fore the public. H liiHit invariably relieves and not
unfrcqueutly cure! tlx very worst cases. When all other
cough preparation! hare failed, thi. hai relieved the pa
tient, aa Druggi.ts, dealers in uifitcine,and Physicians
can testify. Ak K"" " J""" "enrt-x 'own, what
hat been hi. experience ef the effecte of this medicine.
If h, has been felling It for any length of lime he wdl
UH row Jltliolae trUiut.
below we give a few extracts from letters we hare re
ceived Intely regarding the virtue! of thla medicine.
Dr. 8. 8. Odin, of Knoxville, Oa., lays -l lve been
minx your Liverwort and I'ar very extensively In my
practice for three year part, an.l, It la with pleasure I
into my belief in tta auperiority over all otlier article!
with which I am acquainted, for which it i recommended.
ii-.... v;ti,.r!il A Benners. writing from Wayne
ville, N. C.,aay: The Liverwort and Tar i becoming
daily more popular In thla country, and we think Justly
o All who have tried It speak In commendable term!
of H, aud r it ii very benenciai in alleviating uie com.
i.i.i. tnr liUh It Is recommended.
Our Agent In l'ickenl District, H. C, B. R. McPall, al
lure! ua "that he uie It with great benefit In hi! own
..ii. mnA ninnimnili It to hi! nelghhnra." He give!
an initance of a Negro woman, In hi! vicinity, who had
been mlTerlng with dliense or the Lunge lor years, av
tnioted with aevere cough,wuo was relieved by the ..iv.
Ma..,t mnA Tar
8uch are the good report! we hear of thli medicine
from all parti of the South, for a report of the mr
ri.tnn it has nerfumied Weitern and Northern
and Eastern State!, we would Invite the siiflerlngpatlenl
lo read the pamphlet which accompanies each bottle.
to all, we y, "" haee "" I
THY TUK MKDIOIKEt!
BE WARNED IN SEASON!'.!
And neglect not that cough which ta dnlly weakening
your constitution. Irritating your throat and lungs, and
Inviting on that dread disease, Consumption, when no
anothingand Healing a remedy run be obtained as Dr.
Rogeri' Syrup of J.iverwurt a.'d Tnr.
Beteare of Counterfeit and Bate Imitation!
The genuine article Is signed Airoaxw Roobxs, on the
engraved wrapper around each bottle.
a, .L. . .1. knlit.a Inr s Sold whole-
ale and retail by SCOVll, MKAD,
III Vruinre I own uihi v-.
Bole Agent! for the Southern Statoe, to whom all or
Terl and application! for Agenclei muat be addressed.
Hold alo hy P. II. Kkith Co., Athens; Cowah A Max
on, Charleiton; W. II. Cbaio-mlk, Cleveland; Mim
' McKaar, Ifc-ntnu; J. A. k C. W. Corru, Madlsonvllle;
aodSagcnte in every town in the State June l-6m
- It Q, 3.
Joncsboro' Female IliIi School,
Under the control and direction of
- JOXKSBOltOCGir LOPOK, XO. 40, . 0. O. F.
Iter. Diyj SmiKa, of Tenn., I A,,ocate Prnclpali.
Rev. A. H. Stout, of Md., ) '
A!lted by a competent corp! of Female Teachers.
V. K. llACKaaand Liv,of Uipslc, Profeaior! of Music,
Orawlng, Painting, Kmhroidery, Ac, Ac.
FITUK next eKinn of till! Institution will commince
JL on TliuMduy, the tlth dny of September, 1SAS.
Cnurie of itudy and lerim lame ai heretofore.
The high character and deserved popularity thi!
ft.-liool haa attnineil under the care of two Associate
Principal!, Impel the Lodge to continue that lystem.
- The location of this School in a pleasant village of
one thousand Inhabitant!, rumnrkahle for health and
morality, directly on the line of Railroad North and
South-west now near completion, one hundred milei
Eait of Knoxville, surrounded by mountain!, and pure
prlng; water In abundance render! It deiirahle to all,
- and a luitable point for a School of the largest aiie and
higheat order. Large and commodlou! building! have
Been and are being erected aufliclent to accommodate a
Tery large number of acholara In addition to those
heretofore In attendance the last aerslnn numbering
pwnrds of one hundred and fifty pupils.
Hoarding can be had in private famlllet on reason
A mpply of School Bnoki kept for lale at Philadelphia
wholesale prlcel, with the carriage added.
For further particular! aMres!"MaJ.LRndonC.Haynes
fiec'y of the School," or the "Secretary of the Lodge;"
also, lee circular and catalogue.
J. W. PKADUU.-K, R. P. VKUJ!,
J. M. Hons, J. A. Dll.WOKTH,
' W. P. rlKKWin, Jnim Ruat,
Joneihoro', Aug IT Committee 0 th &hool.
Medical College of Georgia,
Auruia. July Olli, 1833.
TITE Twenty-fourth course of lectures in this Insti
tution will commence the first Monday In Novem
ber next. I'lK'llll)'.
Anatomy OM. Kbwtdk, . V.
Surgery L. A. DonAa, M. 11.
' Chemistry and Pharmacy A. Mkaics, m. t.
Materia tlcillca, Theraiwutici and Meilical Jurispru
dence I. P. Garvin, m. i.
Ohstetrica and Disease! of Women and Infants J. A.
Eva, h. n.
Physiology and Palh. Anatomy II. V.M.Miixsa, . n.
Institutes and Practice of Medicine L. 1). Koan, m. d.
Surgical, Comparative and .Mlcruacoplcol Anatomy
H. K. Camphki.i., tt.n.i
Demonstrator of Anatomy R. Camphkli., h. p.
Aaalstnnt Iiemonstrator 8. B. Simmons, h. r.
Prosector to Prof, of Surgery JfaiiH HARKisa, M. D.
Clinical Lecture! will be delivered regularly at the
City Hospital, and ample opportunities will be alfordeil
for the itudy of Practical Anatomy.
Keel for the entire Coune 10R 00
Matriculation Ticket (to he taken ono) 5 00
For further particular, apply to
July 20-6in 0. M. NEWTON, Dean.
ItOIiK Juil, on Sumliiy, nh ult., a man who call
himself Will. A. JII)On, confined on a
charge of assault and battery with intent to kill.' Said
Gibson ii S3 or 84 years of age, young looking, 6 feet II)
or 11 Inches high, weigh! 17ft lhs.,llght hair, with a
prominent icar on hli right cheek, and perhapi a small
ne on the left. Had on when he left dark check pants,
and was In his shirt sleeves. The above reward will be
paid for hi! apprehension and delivery to me.
T1IOS. 8TKPHHN8, Sheriff of McMInn eo.
Athens, Tenn., Aug 8, lB&o-tf 868
"Tn,xioan of Oolumtoia,
WE now have the Largest and Best as
sortment of this Celebrated Musie
Book we have over had.
C. F. A T. F. GIBSOK.
. . txr --- t-r vv nntorl.
ALL persons indebted to us would do well to come
forward and make payment Immediately. We
tnuat have our business settled up. After August Court
our Note! and account! will all be placed In the nanus
f an officer fur collection. So come np and save ensta.
June 29 MCSFADDKN H0KT0N.
Monroe enmity Tenn.
rrIIE S'ing session of this young hut pros
I perotis Institution will close as follows:
Annual Examination. Tuesday and Wed-
ncadrty, 17tr and 18th July;
Spc'akino ants CovrERitiNa Diplomas, Thurs
day the 19th. ,
The Fall Sosto will commence Monday,
Sept. 17th, at which time students will find
it to tliotr advantage to tie present to enter
their proper classes.
Tuition (10 per session; Contingent fee
tl: board ine at moderate rates. A number
1 of rooms in the vicinity are occupied free of
charge by those wishing to hoard themiclves;
which they do at n oost of from fifty cents to
ne dollar per week. , .
- Our location is i the eonntry, two and a
half miles from Mndisonville, in a neighbor
hood noted for industry and morality; con
sequently we are comparatively . free from
temptations lo prodigality, intemperance,
aud other vices too frequently mot with in
towns and cities. . .
. A post ollioe has been established at the
institution; therelore lettere to the Faculty
and Students should be addressed to "lliwas-
' oe College, Monroe county, Tenn." ''
vUiy t) MV-'tlvl Xl. jLvuii.iv, rreeu
lluring'Mills. . "
rTTHF. subscriber respectfully announces to
L the puh'.io that he has recently rebuilt
' Ais MILLS on East.anallee, three miles North
east of Calhoun, Tenn., on' an entirely new
and improved plan, and is now prepared to
Monmmodate t.hoSe who have wheat and
' Corn to grind. Ha can grind any quantity
- en uhort notice, and insures a fine turn-out.
lie specially solicits the patronage of such
s desire a superior article of Flour for fami
ly rise. He ia also prepared to crush Corn in
(ih cob for stock. Send in your Grain and
try the Mills. . W. J. McCLATCHEV.
June 15, 1856-lf . .86)
A LARGE supply of Wnok and Cayenne
Tepper, Alupioe, Pot and l'earl Ash, So
eta and Saleratna, Cream of Tartar, Cubehs,
Cork Screws, Bottles and Vials, Window
Glass 8 hy 10 and 10- by i2, Franklin and
City Glanicr'a IHamonds, Gum-KUstio Balls,
Staroh l'olish, Venst I'owders, Gentlemen's
Shoulder flrsees, Spermaoetti, Even's Gen
une Crown Lannet.
A variety of Drttes and Meilicinos, ATeohoI;
Oils Tanner's, Lt 'i, Sweet;-Leather, Japan,
and Copal V'nrui.ti; Faints and nye-stuffs,
lid almost every thing visa.
'lease call and examine, and see what you
want.. McMun's Elixir of Opium, au impor
tant article. As I eunnot name every article,
the ptiblio are invited to eall and examine.
AllHn VrV 7, ISJS.
Poplar Hill Academy,
FOR MALES A5D FEMALES,
McGinn Ton tlty, Trim.
rpiIE Fourth Seasitm of thli lnatitution will
L open on Monday, July 23d next, mid
close on Friday the ilst day ' Dnex-mber
a trra or tt mo.
lit. Claaa Ortlic-rrnphy, Heading WrJ-
tins and Mental exerciea. (5,00
2d. Clasa Geography, English Gram
mar ona AritliiiKtu;. Srf.W
Sd. -'lus Natural I'liilosnphv, Chem
istry, Logic, Iihetoric aud Matlieroat- .
Contingent lee in advance. $D,25
Tuition charged from date of entrance till
the close of the session, and no deduction
for lost time, except in ease of protracted
sickness. Hoarding can he had in private
families near the School, on moderate terms.
' J. C. LiAUU, Trincipal
, June 29, 1855 tf. 253
Bloody-Flux, Dy sen' cry, Diarrhea
OH O Xj 33 Xl..!
fl'MIE above disorders, so prevalent in this
,L country, can all be cured by the Oncfen
berg Pysentnry Syrup, w hich ia sold for only
50 cents per bottle'
CUTS. BURNS, SWELLINGS, OR INFLA
MATION, either external or internal, cured
by the Grafenberp; Green Mountain OiNTMitsiT;
price 25 cents per box better than any Lini
ment or Tain-Killer for it gives instant relief.
Fulling of tht IM and all other diseases
ira nrnmntlv enred 1)T Marshall's Utkbise
Catuolicon price red need to $1,60 per bottle,
the only remedy that has yet been discovered
tJint. reaches t ie atiove com iiHini..
. TIIEGR.EFENHERG V EG ET A RLE TI LLS
nre jironounccd the very best pills in the
world ; 100,000 boxes nre sold every year in
Tanntasee nrice 25 cents.
These and all other Grafunberg Medicines
nre for sale bv
W. IJUUN:, Alliens ; B. F. Marti & Sox,
Calhonn; Vauuiin A 'ii:klk; Sweetwater; W.
L. Whitc, Loudon; O, ("annow, Mailisonville.
ALEX MoKKNZIE, Nashvillle,
June 29, '65 3in 8531 General Agent.
: TUK UK I VKR8ITY
TT'anaily Xlome ell g ai i
uiidr-r tlie seal, aanctiim nnd Kiithorlty of the
ITiiivemtv of Free Medicine him! Pupulttr Knowlerttrp,
chartered ly the Htnt of TeuniiylvKiiiH, April lit-, lST-it
with RCBpitut of f 1ii0,(KH, mainly Tor the purpose of nr
rcntlng the evila of ipuriU8 nontrums, hImo for supply-
lliff the cntiiiDUniiy wiwi rcuauic renienicB niieiiever
coin Detent nhrsiciun eannot or will not he employed
have purchased from Dr. Jnhn 11. Itownud.hi aelehruted
Koivanus Ionic Mixture,
Known for upwards of twenty-fire years as the only
sure and sale cure lor rever auu ague, sc., ana nts in
estimable remedy for Howel Onmplain!,
Itoivuitl'l'oniMiiiil Syrup ol Black'
si rry Knot,
which hlphly approved and popular remedies, together
with the University's Kcnicdy for complainu of the
l.unirs, the University'! Kemedy for Dyspepsia or indl-
reation; the University's llemedy for Costive Howels;
nlso.the t'lifversity's Almanac, may he bad at theUranch
Dlspenaatory, or store of O. W. iiO.S. may 19-6m
Threshers ! Threshers !
ITTHIMKRS nnd others who contemplate purcharfn
Tlireshcrs this !eason would do well to hand in
their ordcri loon, or they will notb e able to get tlie Ma
chine! out in time fur thrtsshlnir out the next Waeqt
crop. a. ftr.LUKit, uvnernl Afrent
Athens, march Ifi-tf for lower Enil Tennesiee.
Carter's Spanish Mixture.
The Ureal Purifier of Iho llloori t
0T X PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT!
Let the A ffl 'tcM Head and ronder I
An Infallible Remedy fnj Scrofula, Kimr'sfiviLRhenma'
tlsm, Ohitinate Cutaneous KrtiiHloiis, Pimples or Hoi
tulea on tlie Face, blotches, Uoili, Ague and Fever,
Chronic core Kyei, King Worm or Tetter, Scald Head,
Knlarirement and rain or the uonea and Joint!, Htub
burn Ulcer!, Syphilitio Disorder!, Lumbago, Hpinal
Complaints, and all lliaeasei arising from an liijiKii
clous Use of Mercury, Imprudeuceiu Life, or Impurity
of the lllnod.
f BIIIIS great alterative medicine and Purifier of Blood
I is now used by thousands of grateful patients from
all parts of the United States, who testify dally to tlie
remarkable cures pertorinen ny tlie greatest ot all men!
clues. "CiTta'sSrAisii Miitihk." Neuralgia. Rheu
matism, Scrofula, Eruptions on tlie Skin, lvev Disease,
Fevers, Ulcers, Old Cores, Aflectlnns of tlie Kidneys,
Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints, Pains and
Aching of the Ilnnea and Joints, are speedily put to
flight hy using this great ann inesiimanie renteny,
For all diseases of the Itiooil, nothing has yet been
found to compare with it. It cleanses the system of all
Impurities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver and
Kidneys, strengthens the lllgeston, gives tone to the
Stomach, mnkc! the skin clenrand healthy,and restores
the Constitution, enfeebled hy disease or broken down hy
the excesses of youth, to its pristine vigor and strength.
For the Ladles, I! Is Incomparably better than all the
cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Carter! Spanish
Mixture will remove all anllowncn of complexion, bring
the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity to the
step, and Improve tlie health in a remarkable degree,
beyond all tne menicmea ever nearu 01.
The Inrre number of certificates which we hare re
ceived from persons from all parti of the United Statea,
Is the best evidence that there Is no humbug about it.
The press, hotel keeper!, magistrate!, physicians, and
public men, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful effects of this OKKAT
Call on the Agent and get a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonuermi cures this truly greateit of all
medicines has poriormeii.
None aenuine unlesi signed BENNETT k BEER8. Pno-
prletori. No. t Pearl street, Richmond, Vs.; to whom all
order! for supplies and agencies must be addressed.
And for sale by YVm. Hoax, and O. W. Roaa. Athena:
B. P. Msrtis, Calhoun; Katxr k Sol, Charleston; Thump
bus k Dtsos, Cleveland. ' may i-1y-84S
New oods! New oods!
W. II. -IIGillOLDi,
linn ton, Tenn.,
T3 now receiving; a larea and well selected
1. stock of Spring and Summer Ooeds, to
which he would respectfully call the atten
tion of his friends and the public generally.
Particular attention is invited to his stock of
Ladies Dress Good, winch is unusually large
ana attractive, tun biuck 01 uooas for uen
tlemen's Wear includes almost evervthinar.
front the finest French Cloth down .to com
mon Cottonados, which, together with a lot
Staple Goods, is not to he surpassed hy any
establishment in the country. He feels con
fident he ean suit all persons wishing to buy
good and cheap Goods. mar. 28-tf-3oU
James' Neuralgic Liquid.
THIS most extraordinary Medicine, for
the cure or Neuralgia, Itliciimatiiiu, Cramp
Chnlic. t'holera-Hnrbui, Dlarrlura, Croup,
Flux, Sore-thront connected with Scarlet
Fever, Pains In any part of the body, Asthma, Chills and
Fever, llead-ache, Bruises and Spraius.and some other
diseases, is now lor sale ny -Wm.
II. IUi.liw, Athens, Tenn.: W.T. Low. London:
Tuns. Lawn), at Jackson'! Store, Knoxville; A. W. Comht.
Philadelphia ; J. C. Vacoiin, Sweetwater; J. M. IIatkh,
nant-sion, n. n.ricaaaBS vv., tieveiulMi; Jisraau,
And when ws say for the cure, wo mean thai for power
and efficacy to mrs erUtMo amt uiiirt, some of the
above eomplaints, H surpasses any meilii-ine(we think)
ever yet compounuou. is nas never yet lulled to cure
Cramp Choiic in ten minutes; inarrhnca and Cholera
Morliua nearly asoulek,atid for Flux nothing, 1 think
ennuis it. It will pay all rH-rsnnssuffcrtng with Neuralgia
or Nerrons Weakness to give this a ratr trial; they will re
joice that this Llquled was ever discovered, and I now
most heartily Join with tliem, as it Is the only remedy I
have found in twenty yenra to conquor tills most torment
ing disease. Full dirvctioita round each bottle. See
llrownlow's IVhlg for details and testimony. 1 I will sup
ply reliable agents with small quantltlra. Price . per
Di'ttie, casn, only. rf. rf. ja.uk ,
Feb. -y - , 0''"! Tenn,
Jew David, or ' Hebrew Tlasfer.
f fJIIR great remedy for niieumatlam, Onut, Patn In
ft. fiilp, IIIik Back, Limb and Joints; eruf ala, Kinrs
Kvll, White Swelling, Hard Tumors, tiff Joints, and all
flxed pains whatever.
Vi'hore this Plaster Is annlled natn cannot exist.
It has been beneficial in eases of weakness, such as
Pain and weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbl, ltme-
ness. Affection of the Lungs In their primary stages.
It destroy! Inflammation by perspiration.
James L. Bovd. Plnkena district. South Carolina, tes
tifies that by its use alone he was eured of Rheumatism
n noth or his knees, of arvcral years standing.
The following was handed as by a respectable Phyil
rfan In Oeorxia:
Messrs. rovll A Mead dents : I have hern nslng
your Liverwort and Tar and lienrew riaster very exten
lively In my practice for three years past, and It Is with
pleasure that 1 state my belief In their superiority over
an oiner aruries with which I am acnuainien, mr tne
1uroea tor which they are reoommrnded. The He
rrw Plaster, eswrlally, la an universal panacea for lo-
al pains. I have also' found It a most excellent apniica-
on for Snralna and Bruises. , It gives universal satis-
Jimon wnerever used. . Obis, If.
Knoxville, Oa., March 4th, 1W.
Beware of counterfeit! and base Imitations.
The geimlne win la future have the signature of K.
Tivu'B on the sntrsred label on the Sop of each hew.
Purchasers are advised thai a mean counterfeit of
this anlrtr Is In existence).
The genuine Is sold only by as, and by onr srents ap
pointed through the South and no pedlar Ii allowed to
actl It. Pealera and purchasers generally are cautioned
agalnet buying of any but emr rrgnlar agents, otherwise
they will he imposed upon with a worthless article,
. 8COVIL k MfcAb, 111 rtiartres at,, New Orleans.
Inle OensrsJ Aients for tne Southeca States, to whom
all ordera must Invariable be addressed.
Sold also by P. H Ksrru k Co., Athens; OrwiS t Him.
stoxd, Charleston; W. H. CSAioMtun", Cleveland; Mosaa
McKiMV, Benton; J. A. C. W. Oori, Msdlsonrlllc
and agents In every town In tlie Stale, JJec. 1, 'M-ly
. RHETT it ROBSOaN, I
Factor and f'oiumlssion .Tlercbauta,
Kos. I and t Atlantic Wharf,
barlealon, S. C.
CJPKCIAL attenttow given to the !ale of Wheat, Flour,
Com, Ac.,aud from our long -rii- in the busi
ness, we feel confident of giving eatulacliou. Liberal
advances made oil consignments.
.v.r to lli.n. J 1.0, P. King, Augusta, Oa.; Hon. M. A.
Cooler. Kiwah, tia. July l-ly
SE1G0 & LAWRENCE,
Grocers, Commission Merchants,
AISO PKALFIS IS
GRAix, sacoa; .aud, ua r, rnnr, tlocr,
to., fv., itC,
No. 7i and 74 Whitehall Street,
lONSIflNMESTS respectfully solicited and prompt
J returns nromised. (ash advance given on Pro
duce In store, and cash orders ailed with promptness and
tare. march SH-m-8
SJ. AOO , ia LiWBSJCS.
w. 11. iiAnnis,
.B.noaau. WITH w. a. mattiiiws.
AIOKRIS & MATTHEW S,
, axd ps tLias I
Fine Brandies, AVI new, and Cigars,
Nos. 18 and IB Jlarhet street,
Feb.M-1y K ASH VILLI'. TIJ3i!V,
II AT IIOI Xi: t IIAHI.K.STO, SO. t'A.
F. D. FANNING,
WHOLIHilJl DSlLtJI ia
MATS, CAPS ASO STIMW WOODS,
No. 81 Iluyne street,
( hnrletifoii.S, C.
MERCHANTS and other! desiring to purchase will
have their orders as promptly and satisfactorily
mien as If they were here to supertnieni their pur
chases. Sept. 9, ISM tf 811
a. xisirjTirtd. . r. xsvins,
K1RKPATRICK & NEVLNS,
P. n m m i o o 1 n n TUTcs v n ri a rt t e
asn PEALER8 rw
Forilirn a nit Domrallc Liquors,
No. T and 8 Market street,
Jan lK-ly-S-SO Kuahville, Tenn.
jolix lsixtett. an. a. rwuro, ja.
LELIAGTT & EiYING,
WHOLESALE OROCErtS, ,
COMi'TlISMO.X An Hilt WARDING
- - AND PKALKH8 IN
Vines, I.iquorn, and C'itrnra, -
No. 11 Market street. South of Spring street,
-mWR. J. M. HENDERSON, of the firm of Keyei k
1M- Henderson, will receive order! and oollect money
lor ui at Alliens. jau i ly-oao 1.. a k.
COUKT.X HV, TFXi:T CO
MRKOT IMI'ORTRftS OF
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, I'istols, Ac,
AO. 115 IlAVNg HTRKKT,
CHARLES T () JS, S. C.
WILLIAM C. COUKTNKT. OII BERT B TINNAKT.
' J A MRS B. EVANS.
June 17. '63 tf . 247
R. m. Mcpherson,
(Siieeeimorto C. Wallace & 3fc Pkerurm,)
Main Street, linoxrille, 'l'l-llll.,
AOKNT Vila THK 8ALB Or
nacon Ntenni Itlilla, II ox well. Curt'
rlfrht and $rrnn irtllls Shlrtlnar,
Georgia Oinabergs and Yarns; Tobacco, Queeniware,
Duuaeis, iuos, c, c.
Term: Four mouthi. July 20-1y-356
RANKIN, PULLIAM & 0.,
IMPOBTKIIR AND WAOl.RSAI.K nKAI.KRSIX
Foreign and American Dry Good.
READ Y-M APR CLOTHING,
131 Meeting street,
C1IMU.ESTOX, S. C.
WM. P. ANKI,
It. W. 1'IILMAM,
P. M. CRAIOMII.KS,
Feb. 25, 1858 tf
A. P. SMITH.
n. M !. M KLRATII.
FRANKLIN & BRANTLEY,
I'orwartlinfr V t'oniniiasilon ITIerclianla
"157"1LL give prompt attention to the business, and
w T respectfully solicit consignments of Produce
trom East rennessce.
Reference W. S. CAtXAWAr, McMInn county, Tenn.
Nov. 10, ISM y. 821)
GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO
DIRECT IMI'ORTKRS m DKAI.RR8 IN '
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
No. 8S Ilnyne street, -
ciuiiiM.EsroA-, . r.
N. Tl. Bolting Cloths al wave' cm hand.
WM. H. OILMLAND, B1DNKT 8. BOWKLU
W. D. GM.I.ILANII. JAMES OILLtLAND
Oct. 81.1851 tf -T Uf
ALLEN & DUNLAP,
( Late Jltinlap A Horn,)
Grocery and Commission Merchants,
OTRICT personal attention to orjers and
U quick returns of safes of rroduca. v
Thoywill give- special attention to eon'
aignments from East Tennessee,
1. 1. AI.LI.1. . 8. D1TWLAP.
march 18, 1853 If 284
FAI.Is & QUNNINGIIAM,
WHOLESALR DKALiaS ADD lUmRTSRS Ot k '
Hardware, Cutlery and Guns,
. No. 4T North side Public Snuare,
IVANIIVIM.E, TEHJ(., ,
nAVK now In store a full and complete assortment
of fimheure, in all Its varieties, together with an
unurually large stock of Cutlery and Uun, to all of
which they invite tbs attention of Dealer! visiting this
market; their stock nas been made up ny uirwt pur
chase! from the Atttnifiiptnrer, both In America and
Kurope,and they feel confident that those who may give
them a call will find It advantageons to deal with them.
Cash and prompt time buyer! will find lbs prices of
their goods miten to tne times.
feathers received al the highest market price,
march ld-tf-883 ,.
j. a. WILLIAMS..
. JltO. RIKA, Q WS. M. WILLIAMS.
J. E. WILLIAMS & CO., "
General Commission Merchants,
AND PARTIRt'LARI.Y FOR TIIX SALC OK
Grain, Paeon, hard. Feather; Flour, and
Ttnneoeet Produce generally,
Decatur street, near the "Trout House,"
rETTKRS of enquiry In relation to the markets, kc,
A answered uromptly.
Will each give our personal attention to the business.
and will use all proper means to giva satisfaction to
shippers who may feel It to their Interest to patronise us.
Truly thankful for the very liberal patronage received
for the past three years, I reiectfully solicit a continu
ance of tlie same to the new firui.
march DO-oiu-iW" J. E. WILLIAMS."
runni er, depot ix Atlanta?
. SEAG0 & ABBOTT, ;
. ' . (Suceeteor to Ftgj t Bomar, .
. '. ATLANTA, OA., '
Ware-Uaute and Commieeion Merchant,
AM) GENKIIAL AGENTS -t
1TOU the puroliase and sale of all kinds of
Tennessee i'rodnce, Mercliandise, Groce
ries, o. . ...
Oct.. (1, 1854 lr " 8U
Wootton & Holloway,.-
Sutieriuor to JoAn T. Wootton,)
Cotton Avenue, Marou, lia.,
WILL give atrlct attenKon to all consignments from
Northern tleorgls and Tennessee, and If prompt
attention and quick returns shall deserve any credit, wt
hops to receive a liberal share of the public patronage.
JOIII T. WnnTTOK. . , . 0. B0M.OWA.
Des.S, Wot 1 8M
J. A. A N S LEY,"
i'ornnilaalon antl I'rodnce ITlprrliant,
OIBcc on llroad slreot, opposite Union Hank, '
Wn.l give ptoi.ipt and personal attention to the
sale f RiM-nn, lrn. lirsln, Flour, Cotton, and
all arlk-la of Merchandise consigned to him. Also, to
the wirwardlng ef floods for the Interior and Northern
markets at the customary rates. Liberal advances, el-Im-r
In rash at by aeceplawoes, made on articles hi store
or when bills of lading accompany drafts.
Rsr assess? Ihiker, Wilms a Co.; M. k 8. Tfmtinson;
J. C. rsrgn, "Cashier" Augusta, Oa. Hand, Williams a
Wilona; Thos. Trout k Co., Charleston, 8. C. Wm. Dun
can; Paddelford, Pay k Co.; P. T. WHIIi Savannah, fla.
Stnrgei, Dennett a Co., Nsw fork. J. 0. Wilson Co.;
D. Stuart k Son, Baltimore. . Wood k Low, New Orleans.
0. 8 Welbnrn, Dalton, Oa. Orenvllle k Sampla, Chat
tanooga, Tenn. Bearden, Son a To., Knoxville, Tenn.
P. K. Reedor, Athens. Tenn. W. Shapard k Co. Berry
a lcmvilla, Nashville, Tenn. Nov. M, 'M tf OH
Holland & Rawlins,
WHOU&lLg A SD SKTAn. Hit"
Hardware, Cntlery, Saddlery, &c,
iOrNTRT Merchant., Mechanics, t?wWri, mod
- 1 !ii a 1 1 i.w at(Mk of (irwfli sri
price llmt will compare favorably with I be Northern
r . . n . r . .. .j. j a. r Inn alfl flin It'll
luarkel. wieri prooiptij atienac .
THOMAS . FLEMING,
Warclleue A- Caiuroiaalan Flerrhaal,
WltOl.KS A LK dealer la Tennessee, aianama, ana
Georgia I "rod u ee. Ilia Stores are new and
fire Proof, aud careluliy constructed for Dm safe-keeping
of all consiguments a desideratum long needed In
this city. iocs, ii,.'-"
THK undersigned having had several years expe
rience In tlie Provision Business of East Tennessee
at Chattanooga, fat which point we yet keep an omce.J
have one an office at SAVANNAH, OA., for the es
preaa purpose of transacting a Produce Trade, and will
give our whole attention to the Interest of our patrons.
.... . . . ,,... Vln.w HIM,),.
we solicit consignments 01 lorn, ' ' "' '
ke. Ac, and will forward:, free of commission at thatia
nooga, all produce sent as for sale If directed to Oaas
Tftl a Sammjl 6RKN VILLB LO.
O. O. ORKRVIIXIC, SAVAAB. W. T. tAMVUt, CMATTASOOOl.
Nov. 10, ISM ly. 8iW
Thos. P. Stovall & Co.
General Commission Merchants,
WILL give atrlct and prompt attention to consign,
menta made them. Their MM l'KOOr
HOUSE Is ceutrallv situated on Broad street, with large
and commodious storage, fof storing all description of
KsrKRRHCi: Hon. iuo. P. King-. Isaac Henry, Esq.;
Itilo llul. h Kn Irnnin Ri-vmoUr k Co., AllgUSta.
Hon. Mark A. Cooper, K.towah, Oa. W. L. High, Ksq.,
nation, ua. K. u. rearie, tsq.j n. r..,
rhsllanonva. Trnn. A. ft. KeVeS, Rsq.; S. K. Reeder,
lq.; David Clrage, Esq., Athens, Tenn. Tibbs k Hard-
wick, Cleveland, Tenn. SIcLln a nenry, uiuuus, itim
Wholesale Drug Store,
BAnnY a9 BATTBT,
(resww to D'Amtgniie. rf ttirry,
ara ESPECTKl'LLT solicit the patronge of the Mer
MM' rhaiita of Knst Tennessee. They will be always
supplied wiui a most extensive assortment or
VhIdIh, ,11 u tiller,
Ixlnsa. A-r. Ac, Apr.
and every article kept by Druggists, which will be sold
at prices that must prove satisfactory.
We truit our Tennessee friends will call and examine
our stocks and prices. Oct.lS, ISM 1y-Sl
Wilcox, hand & insley,
Miuwiimm in Tinker. Tffcnfl A fo..
July 0, 1855 1y
Lea Hi er Machine BelHnsr.
"BTJAIKNT riveted, stretched and cemented Leather
M. Miichlne Belting Oak and Hemlock Tanned all
widths, from 1 to 24 inches, of our own manufacture and
of warranted quality, suitable for Cotton Factories, Ma
chine Sl ops, C.iiia, Threshers, Pumps, Ac, kc. A large
assortmtut always on hand and for sale in quantities to
At the Snilrllerr Wnrrhounei of
SHEitMAN, JKSiSI P k CO.,
241 Broad street, Augusta, Oeorgia,
HAKItAL, NICHOLS CO.,
Cor. Meeting and Husel street!, Charleston, S. C,
W. 33. IIAIiL, 3VX. 33.,
(Formerly of Montieetlo, h'y.)
P II V R I C I A X AND 8 IT II ti K O IV,
UKTECTPCI.LT announces to the public that he has
located permanently in Athens, and is now pre-
Iiared to attend on cnlla in town or country. Having
tad nine yeara experience si a Phyiician and Surgeon,
and the advantages of a thorough course at two Medical
Schools Iulsville, Ky., and New York he flatters
himself that he will be able to give general satisfaction
to all who may need his professonal services.
Office one door welt of the Office of the Post, recently
occupied by Dr. v, A. Jordan. April . isoo ti-oYD
W. ri. COLLINS,
X ontal S n. x-s o o xi.
Office at W. H. Stockton'!, between Brady's Perry and
JuljlS-tf llhea rounfy, Tenn,
M. R. MAY, M. D.,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
TT ESrECTFL'I.LY tenders Ms professional
Xtj services to tlie pimlio.
Jan. 14. 1 22
DR. JAMES B. TAYLOR,
TJ"ILI. hereafter give Ii is whole attention
I I to the Practice of Medicine.
June 8. IBSo tf -
DR. JAS. BUCKNER,
IK returning his thanks for the very lileral
patronage lie has already received, would
respectfully announce to all who may need
the aid of a Dentist, that he is well prepared
to execute all work in the various branches
of Lis profession, " General sntisfneliun will
be given, both in pi ictil and style of Work. -Riceville,
Tenn., May 2, 18T.5 ly 848
JOII.V A. Ill LI.,
Attorney at Law and LandAent,
IIooiiNboro', Boons count)-, ? a,
WILL practice in the various Courts ef the State,
and attend to the location and sale of Laud War.
rants, buying and selling Land ke.
Refer lo Hon. A. Dibreil, Kiishville, Tenn Geo. Brown,
Kq., Msdisonville, Tenn.) Will. P. Keith, Lq., Athens,
Tenn. may ll-tf-S46
JAKES S. COOKS. WILUS LOWST.
COOKE & LO WRY, ,
Attornoya tt Xs -xxr,
Janlg-1y A Ihena, Tf nn. . 880
JARNAGIN & CALDWELL, ,
Attorueyai At X-s a. w(
an.TOH p. JASXAOIR,,,,,,, ..A. CALDWEU.
April 20-tf-o48 , " . -
, .. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' ATHENS, TENNESSEE.'
I PRACTICES in the diflerent counties com
posing th Third Judicial Circuit will
attend to the collcotinR and securing of claims
and will give his undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care.
March 2. 1849 tf t 28
R. M. EDWARDS, , '
Attoruoy txt Isaw,
WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to
his care In the Courts of Bradley, Polk, McMInn,
MVIgs, Khea, Hamilton, Bledsoe and Marlon counties.
Reference ..Geo. w. Kosr, Athens; D. C. Kenncr,
Cleveland; A. O. W. Pucketl, llarrlaonj Thos. Crutch.
Beld, Chattaiwoga. fFcb.4S-Iy
Enst Tenneaaee A Gcorarla nail Itoad.
I,. BE I,AIN'f, Troprielor, r
RKSPKCTPCLLr Informs the traveling public that
he has opened a Dinner House near th new De
pot, in Cleveland, for the benefit of travelers on the
Rast Tennessee and (Irorgla Kail Road, where he will be
plcaaed to aerve ail who aiay call on him with the best
the country affords. Cleveland, June l-tf-84V
- ' ' .- Athens, Tenn., .
Till! subscriber haa recently taken charge of tills
House, and It Is now undergoing thorough repair
and being refurnished In good style. Hi! object la to
keep a good lintel a house whr guesta can ba com.
fbrtably accommodated and cared for. By giving the
business his whole attention, and keeping his table sup
plied with the best the eonnlrr affords, he hopes and
peon to be liberally patronised,
march l-tf JI . J0SF.nl HARBIN.
I'll tit l.r.MTOJV, R. J. .
rfpRAYKl.ERS forth ahovs well-known House will
V find Carriages and Omnibuses at the Depot la
Charleston, to convey tliem to said Hotel free ef charge.
Dee. 8, 1M tf . . W. W. STARR, Proprietor.
- (About ntrp Forth eftk Depot,)
PHILADELPHIA, TEW If.,
IS ltd) open for the entertainment of Travelers. Per
sons traveling nn the Cars, stopping at or ilartltig
from thli point, will be particularly attended to. Bag.
(rifts enrried to ami from the Depot withmd eharge.
Those who hve patronised ua during the last four or
flva years have our thanks, and we solicit and hop to
merit a continuance of patronage.
, August, loM tf ' ' . . S0
f-EO. V. lIAYO
"fXfOULD annonnce to the public that he
? has removed from the "Athena Hotel"
and taken charg of lb above House, where
he will b happv to wait on all who roar
favor th establishment with their eoinpaor.
Feb. 17, 1S54 tf SS'i
Y IS. f.AMtU
Formerly of th Lanier vhm, Jaco, Oa.,
and late of He Lafarne, Aew 1 ork.
Jul 14, 1864 tf " SU8
OXIOO 33 IT I E s.
A. II. & J. M. CROW
RESPKCTFCLl.T annonnce to the public that they
have now and will keen constantly on baud a gen
eral assortment of superior Liquors, which they will sell
low for cash, wholesale and retail.
Also, Cheese, Crackers, Raisins, Candles, ana every.
thing else thai is good to eat. (march S-lf
Forest Hill Academy.
THE Pall Bastion of Purest Hill Academy, conducted
by Mr. A. O. Csaxm and I.adi, assisted by Mr. V.
h. Vnaa, will open nn Wettnrmetuy, irJrmJr titM.
The Trustees of this Institution can coufldeiitly recom
mend It to those who wish their sons and daughters
educated. The Instruction Is thorough and the dis
eipline mild but firm and paternal. -
Kach studeat is rhargrd a contingent fee of One Dol
lar. One half of the tuition Is required in advance and
the remaining half at the middle ef tlie session.
First Class, (per session,) .
Third " U,00
By order oT the Board. W. H. BAI.LRW,
Athens, Aug. 1U-8M . BecreUry.
THK Fifth Annual Course of Lectures In this Insti
tution will commence on Monday, 29th of October
next, and continue till the first of the ensuing March.
Pail F. Kra. a. D.. Princinlea and Practice of forgery.
Jims M. Watson, a. D., Obstetrics and the Diseases of
Wnmen and Childreu.
W. K. llowusa,M.n.,Theory and Practice ef Medicine.
A. H Bochamam, M. p.. Surgical k Pathological Analomy.
C. K. WiMtrroa, a. Materia Mcdica and Medical Juris-
Kobrst M. Pnarrl, a. n., General and Bpecial Anatomy.
J. BraaiK Lisiwutv, a. v.. Chemistry and Pharmacy.
Thoma H. Jknnikos, h. p.. Institute! of Medicine and
William T. llauuw, a. a., Demonstrator m Anatomy.
The Anatomical Itooma will be opened fur itudcntl on
the first Monday of tk-tnher.
A full JWlimitutrll Courm of lectures, free tn all
students, will be given by the Professors, commencing
also nn the first Monday of October.
A Oblique has been establu-lied in connection with the
University, at which operations areperfonuedjindcnaee
prescribed for and lectured upon, in presence of the class.
Amount of Fees for Lecture! in the I'nirersity Is Slno.
Matriculation Fee, (paid once only,) to. Practical
Anatomv Sill. Orailliatiun Fee tk.
Good Boarding can be procured at about I week.
rurther mrormatlon ean ne nniinuea ny aunrcssing
Nashville, Aug 17 Chancellor of the University.
UlIUAT Mll llll lt.X lK..li:ilV.
Cholera, I Full ALL 1 Cholera Morbus,
Dyientery VR,,,,..! ir.....- VBIIioni Chollc,
Diarrhoea, 11JM.II.M.-JI I Cholera Infantum
AUo, Admiral!)- adapted lo mull)- Uiw
eases of I.'iualcH,
MOST ESl'ECl ALL YPAIXFCL MEXSTR VA T10X
The virtues of Jacob's Cordial are too well known to
1st, I' cures the worst easel of Diarrhoea.
Vd, It cures tlie worst forms of Dysentery.
oil, It cures California or Mexican Diarrhoea.
4th, It relieves tlie severest Cliolic.
f)th, It cures Cholera Morhui.
6th, It cure! Cholera Infantum.
7th, It cure! Piiiuful Menitruatlon. '
' 8th, It relieve! Pain in Back and Loins.
9th, It counteracts Kervnusneei and Despondency,
1ilth, It restores Irregularities.
11th, It dispels Gloomy and Hysterical Peelings.
12th, It's an admirable Tonic.
A few tlwrt tirtrartt from Letter, Teetimmiiab, iteiS
" I have used Jacob's Cordial In my family, and hare
found it a moat ellicicut, and in my judgment, a valuable
remedy." Hon. IIibam Wakkeb,
Judge of Supreme Court, Georgia.
'It gives me pleaiure in being able to recommend Ja
cob's Cordial my own personal experience, and the
experience of my neighbors and mends around mc, ia a
lumcient guarantee for me to believe ft to be all that It
purports to be, via; a sovxasiflH hkmkot."
Wa. H. UNnsHwonn, "
Formerly Judge of Superior Court, Cherokee Circuit.
"I take great pleasure in recommending this Invalua
ble meuiciue to an anucien witn nowei diseases, ror which
I believe it to be a sovereign remedy decidedly superi
or to anything else ever tried hy me. A. A.GaCUiimi,
Deputy G. M. of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
"I hsve used Jacob's Cordial In my family, and litis,
with all 1 hear about it as a remedy hy those who have
tried It, induces me In believe it standi at the hand of
every preparation of the kind, and I would recommend
it! use In the diieaie for which It is compounded.
- Milks G. Down.,
Cashier Bank of the "tat or Georgia, Griffin.
"If there la any credibility in human testimony. Ja
cob's Cordial must stand pre-eminent above all other
preparationa for the cure of Bowel Diseases. From the
mass of testimony in its favor cominr from all auarters.
It must be very far in advance, as a curative agent, of
most if not an oiner -paieni- preparations."
A. Ftrwivii, Cash. Marine and Fire fns.Bnnk.flrlffln.
MTlils efficient remedy fa traveling Into celebrity as
fast as Bonaparte pushed his columns into ltussla,and
gaining commendation wherever used." Oeorgia Jef.
fertoninn. May 19M. 18.r8.
For sale by Win. Burns, Geo. W. Ross, D. P. Shelton,
A. II. Wilson, and Clias. Metcalfe, Athens; B. F. Martin,
Calhonn: K. P. Bloom, John Benton, Cantrell k Co.,
Cantrell'i X Roads: Guilford Cannon, Mndisonville: N.
J. Splllman, Mt. Vernon; .'. T. Jones, fliirassre; Cliei
mm A West, Philadelphia; Vaughn k Pfckel, Sweetwater;
11. T. Tipton, Four Mile Branch; A. II. Lawson, (Hiatal;
Thompson k Dyson, Cleveland; James B. Bain, Charles
tun; N. J. k 1. f.. Llllard k Co., Decatur; Peak k McKI
wee, Sewee; J, K. Pugg k Son, Marrvflle.
Wm. W. PI.U8 k CO., Proprietors,
' April tO-ly-Atf 20 Beekman at., New York.
- New Firm New Goods.
THE subscriber having ptircfinsed the
Mercantile establishment of J. I Mo
CLAKV, the business, will hereafter be eon
dneted under the firm, nnmeaiid style of ,
They ar now receiving and open inn their
Spring and Summer supplies, consisting of
ever variety ol Ladies Dress Uoods; a gener
al assortment of Goods for Gentlemen's wenr;
Groceries, Ac, and in short their stock is gen
eral and complete, where the farmer and all
others can find almost anything they may
call for, and at prices that can t fail to please.
Give them a call, examine the Goods, and
, WM. A. DENTON,
V. U McCLAliY.
Benton, April 6, 1856 tf 841
- IVC,olxirxo Worlta.
THE" subscribers would respectfully an.
notince to the citizens of Athens and the
ptiblio generally, that they are now in opera
tion and prepared to do
of very description in their line, and would
therefore solicit ordersfrom all those who may
want anything of the kind.
They are now casting and have for sale dif
ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook
Stoves, furnished complete; various eir.es of
parlor, Nine Date, Chamber, Ollioe and Shop
Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Wnllle Irons;
Doughs, right nnd left hand.
Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water
Wheel, which will saw from two to live thou
sand feet per day. 11 kinds of
TVt .V O il X TV 33 XI T
fitted up in the best and most durable manner,
and upon short notice.
Also, Iron Hailing of every description.
They are also prepared to do till kinds of
Brass casting. '
The highest. Cash price will ba pnld for
ZIMMERMAN fc THOMAS.
P. S. W have connected with the Works
an excellent I'attern Maker, so thnt person
wishing castings can bnve pattern made to
trrder. Z. t T.
Athena, Tenn.. Oct. 20. 1864 tf 817
, 4 IX orders for Agricultural Machinery,
.V made by Messrs. Wheeler, Melick 4 Co.,
Albany, K. V., must be to me direct, or
through my A cents in Fast Tennessee, Mr. 8.
K, Iteeder, Alliens, npd Mr. M. Nelson, Knox
ville, who are authorised to furnish any of said
machine at manufacturer's cash prices, add.
ing cost of transportation. P. J), G ATI'S
Feb. 8, 1884 j tf 880 13 Broadway, N. Y.
OITIFTIII.. NEW, Just received, fins
French It orked Colan, HdkfS, Veils, Under aieeyea,
tne Bilk, Fancy Kid and Lisle Thread Glover, "Ilk, Cash
mere and Cotton Hose; Gentlemen's fine Kid, Silk and
Thread Gloves; KMrt Collars; lldkfs; fine Parla, Spanish,
Bone-stick and Palm Leaf Fans largest lot ever brought
to Athens. Al - BiarS EEIIOKN'S.
IJII"! E Tobacco. A good article atancent, ptr
' plu. 1 JunsI BKIIOKN'-
J I'HT llncrlTefd. and for sale, a lot of Cooper's
Rolled Iron; als,a ftrst rale article of No. 1 Chew
ing Tobacco, by . ., A. P. BRADFORD,
Feb. ' Riceville, Tenn,
New Goods. . . .
TrT reeefved, plain, fancy and French embroidered
shirts, Marlnoe and scarlet Bhlrta and Drawarai
Buck Glovei and Gaantleta; Lsdhts Cabas, from common
te extra fine; Hosiery of all kinds; port Monies; Bus.
hmiAmi' hla.h k.i f.M.. WvLViu . 1 - u . u .
and many other articles, all of which we prnml.e tn sell
.1. I.- r nil n . mm .Z "
DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S j
' rstnar wr
92. C X. JACKS01T, Philad'a, Pa
will rrEf-ruAi.i.T roaa
LITER COIPLALNT, DYSPEPSIA, JAC5TJICE,
Chromic t Aerroiu Dibility, inttmset of tMt
Kidney; mmd all dtt mrtig from m d
ordorod Liwr or Siommck,
, Fuch - c,
1 ! ., Acidl y of Ptnmach,
N'miFAsni, lleariburn, Pi-(rust for
FH,l-'ullnef or wt ipht in tlte Jiom- (
ch, I4Mir Krucutloni, 8iiikfri(t. or Flut
turiufr at the Til of tlie itomach, Swimminir
of the UvmA. Hurried nnd tlifrifult Brtattiiifr.
FlutteHnt Mt the Heart, Chi In r or Ptiffirtlnfr 8-""
fationii wlirn tn .jr." poiture, liimnea of Vision ol
or Wt-bi before the Siitht, Ptver and Dull Huin In
the Head, Deficiency of Pempiration Yellow.
) of the Fkln and E.vea. Fain In !.t
fide Hack Che it. Llmhii, etc., etc.,
Sudden Flushes of Heat Hum
Ing In the Flenh, Coh
atant Imnjriitttifra of
FaVil, and prreat
it.. In attribntlnt: inch valuable Kredical prrnertfef to tlili
remedy. n rpli or unwarrantable awn I on ia made,
but ia timply stated a fart: proven undeniably and con
cluiively by the extraordinary cure, aiid benefits de
rived from Us ue, under the direction of Its illustrious
originator, Dr. Iluofland, among all clasies of European
society and from the hnntense mass of -testimony from
all parts of the American conttnentj accumulated durtns;
the last ten years, fn the hands of the present proprie
tor. The prevalence of diseases to which the Germs n
Ititters are adnpfe-d. It la with sorrow we say It, Is almost
universal, Indeed there Is scarcely a family throughout
the whole extent of our country In which there rannot
be found among Ha members that peculiar sallow and
languid appearance denoting a diseased IJver, or an
emaciated and suffering Pyspeptfc.
Then of what immense fmiorianre lo this class of In
valids, thst a certain and reliable remedy should h
filaced within their reach; one In which no baneful or
njtirfoits drug enters into its composition; a remedy on
which the pulient ean rely with the utmost confidence
and certainty and be assured from actual and tangible
proofs, that the article Ite Is using really possesses the
virtues attribute, to It. fUsrh a remedy is "llonfland's
German Hitters." Thousands of dntlurs have been ex
pended In Its manufacture and diffusion throughout all
parts of thin continent, and the proprietor feels the
greatest satisfaction in stating, that there Is no Plate,
County or even village where the medicine has been
Introduced, that there cannot be found numbers, wilting
totestiry to Its virtues.
It is used constantly In the practice of a large number
of the most prominent I'hrsfclans fn the country, who
have also added their written testimony (n evhlenca of
Its great virtues. In coneluslun.then. We would respect
fully art of all those afflicted with any of the above dis
eases to give the Hitters a trial, and rest assured It will
never be regretted. In proof of the statements above
made, all are Invited to read attentively, the "Memora
bilia," or "Practical It fee I pt Book," for Farmers and
Families, containing a great number of useful receipts,
In addition to the testimony in favor of the Hitters, from
the most prominent and well known Individuals, in all
parts of the Tninn. All Agents for the Bitters nre au
thorised to distribute the "Keceipt Hook" gratuitously.
Principal office and man u fact ury, 120 Arch street,
For sale wholesale by Drnggfsts In all the principal
cities and at retail by apothecaries and storekeepers in
every town In the 1'nited ftatcs. and Canada.
Pold by M m. Iti nxa, Athens: B. F. Hf autim, Cathoftn;
Kr.t.1.rrr k Sox, Charleston; TuoMrgox t ftrnox, Clrvc
land. may 4-1y-8l5
Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
TfllH Eence f a preparation of unustuil excellence.
In ordinary dtarrl6?H, incipient cholera, In short,
In at) cases of prowt ration of the digestive fuiictions.lt
is of Inestimable vtilue.. During the prevalence of epi
demic cholera and summer complaints of children, It Is
peculiarly elHcarious; no family, Individual, or traveler
should be without It.
C actios. Be sure togpt the genuine essence, which
Is prepared only hy F. HltOWN.at his frtngami Chin
iwtt aSfor, N. K. rortieW of fifth ami Chftnt frvfj,
PhOttdrtphht nnd for sate hy Otto. W. Row, Athens,
Tenn., and all the respectable Apothecaries in the
United States. may lS-6m-847
New, Rich and Desirable.
W. II. BAIiIjEW
IS now receiving ami nppnini; a vprv dsirn
We assortment of SI'KIXQ AND Sl'AlMKK
GOODS, ciniirising almost everything nsiinl
l v lroi;)it t o tlie market, such as Clot lis,
Cassimers, Tweeils,' Drap d'Etes, Linen and
Cotton Goods of every descrition, Vestinjrs
of different qualities and latest styl.-s, tc. its.
A large stock of Ladies Dress Goods, consist
ing in part ol Silkc, De Laines, Beraees. Tis
sues, Lawns, Muslins, Gingliams, 1'iinls in
great variety anil of the latest sly lej Kililiins,
Laces, Edgings, Gloves, Linen anil Linen Cam
bric Ifdks; and in fiiet etery thing that is fine
and nice thnt a lady may cnll fur.
He also has a large and vniied stock ol
BEADY MADE CLOTlllG, which he will sell
at a bargain. "
. Also, lints, Caps, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes,
Blenched nnd Brown Domestics, Hosiery,
Hardware, Queeswnre, Glassware, Ac. '
He also keeps on hand a general assortment
of Groceries, Spices, At.
To all of which he respectfully invites the
attention of purchasers, believing that he
can offer as great inducements in the way of
fine, good nnd pretty goods, nnd low prices,
ns any other house in the market. Give him
a calf, examine the asortment and' judge for
yourselves. April 27-844
ftf TIOZKN Cottage. Itoclchif and CMMren's Chairs,
mmr tnr sale chrap for cash. Apply to
Jusr. 111. J. g. DI!IDO, Athens Pepol.
A leaving, Civil and Mining Engineering, and
rWVIE mlwrlber Is prppsrrd In drrnte special sttrn
JL lion lo the above brunches, and the application ol
Chemical Analyali thereto. Persons interested In Mining
are Invited tn consult him for Information or Instruction
In regard to th most recent and valuable raathoils ol
conducting the same.
Assays of Gold, Silver, Lead. Copper and other Miner
al Ores, executed villi punctuality and dispatch.
Ai!ay specimens of one or two ounces, with a remit
tance of f.1 for each Assay may be sent l the anbscri
ber by mall. Ifetalk Ores teat'ed by the aioat speedy
and aeenrate process at 3 for each specimen.
Also, Agent for the sale or purchase of mineral lands,
mining stock, o. VYm. UKAL, A. M.
Murphy, N. C, April 87, ISio-ly-84
LliS. best Brown Sugar ;
80 sacks Kin CoiTr ;
400 gals. Molasses;
61 We Star Candles.
Jue 16 A. CLEAGE fc CO.
In Store and to Arrive !
9 A 8 ACKS Coffee; 2,500 lbs. Brown Sugar,
iJ dilferent grades; 1200 1 1 is. Loaf, Crushed
and Powdered Sugar; 2(1 bbls. N. O. Molasses;
Cheese; Rnisins; Crackers; Candles; Mackerel;
Cod Fish; Figs. A large lot of Etowah Iron;
101 io lbs. Cnatings together wilh a large aud
well selected slock of Boots and Shoes; Dry
Goods; Fancy Articles; Gold and Silver
Watches; Eiir-ring; Bracelets; Finger-rings,
Ac. nil of which will be sold on the most
ZW' I'rodnce of nl) kinds taken.
JAS B. BAIN.
Clmilestfrn, .Tnn. 2(1, 1S66 tf 881
i ,1 r w k I.
A3 just received and opened a well
. tested nnd extensive stock of
Fall nnd Winter Goods,
to which he invites the attention of the peo
ple living in th vicinity of lticeville, anil the
public generally. Having selected his Goods
with great care in the cities of New York and
Philadelphia, he is prepnrcd, a he thinks, to
offer inducements to person wishing to fur
aish themselves with cheap nnd good Goods.
He think it unnecessary to enumerate all
the articles, as his dork is large enough, in
cluding most all articles belonging to the re
tail trade; aud he also ha a large and fine
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
which he has Just received from New Orlean.
All of which fie proposes selling at the lowest
price. Don't take his wtifd for it, but Just
com over to Kiceville and examine for your
elve. Nov 8, 1864 27
rrnilK luhierlber has opened a Mvrry Htahl In the
Htahles attached to the Athens Hotel, and has sup-
tiled himself with a number of good Horses, Carriage,
iigglea, ke., and Is prepared to accommodate all who
may call on him, on reasonable terms. His stock ii
good, vehicles new, and his object Is lo keep what has
been very much needed at this place, the right lorl of an
establishment. Persons tan be accommodated at all
limes at a moment's notice. 11 asks a liberal patronage,
march le-lf-WW . JOHN h. HIUDOttl.
WT. hav on band and for sal a superior artlckj of
Bolting Cloths, No. B. 6, H. 9 and 10.
Nov.VJ McEWF! k OILLESPII.
tJslKTV H MI.-A (rood lot of Tap and
-inrrafl rule on nnno ann ir sale low by
W. D. IlKYNOLli.s, Dcton, TcDn.
Rcniorfd, Enlarged, lirauUficij
s 13 ix oniv
HAS removed his 'Varieliee" to the brick
building one door West of hi(l,l ,tii,l
where he has just received the largest ami
richest assortment of Goods in his line ever
opened in East Tennessee, to which he invitei
the attention of purchasers. He (eels eonfi.
dent be ean please all ho may eall, as hi,
Goods are nw and of the latest and m0t
approved styles, comprising almost every,
thing, from a 6 cent Toy to a 240 Watch,
and lie will sell so cheap that it is almost in!
credible. His stock consists in part of
Fine Gold and Silver Lever V atches, of,)
kinds and prices, from f 14 to $240.
Fine Gold Jewelry, consist ing of fineBresst
Tins of all kinds, from (1 to (In; Far boU;
Ear Kings; Finger Kings; Coin 1'encilr; Pen.;
Gold Bract-lets; Shirt Studs; Sleeve Biittmn;
Collar Buttons; Gold Fob Chains; Seal Kevi;
Guard Chains; Vest Chains; Gold Locked;
Gold Slides, Bnckels, te.
Spectacles of all kinds and qualities; Spec
tacle Cases Morocco, German Silver, Wood
and Steel; fine Penknives; P.nrors; Uaror
Strops; Scissors; Steel Tweeters; Steel Chains
and Keys Silver Table, Tea, Sugar; Cream,
Salt, Mustard and Desert Spoons; Soup l.add.,
Butter Knives; Desert Knives and Forki;
Castors; Teaboard .Waiters; Candle Sticks;
Snuffers, eVe. -
PISTOLS C'iHjs fi ne Fi ve Shoot ing Pistols;
nevolvers, -Self-cocking lliHe, and Double,
barreled Pistols; cheap Double and Single
barreled Pistols; Gun Caps of nil kinds.
Walking Canes; Clocks of all kinds ami
prices; Accordeons; Violins; Clarionets; Flag
eolets; Fifes; Flutes; Musical Boxes; Violin
Strings, How nnd Bridges, etc.; Port Monns
of all kinds, qualities and prices, from 26 el's,
to fS; Purses; Steel Beaded Jfags; Ketieulci;
Cabas; Ladies Companion Work Boxes; Paper
Trays; Note Paper; Letter Paper; Envelop.!,
Pocket Meinoi'iinduni Books; Blank ote
Books; Steel Pens; Pen IN biers; Cedar Pen
cils of good qunlitv; Hair. Cloth, Flesh, Nail,
Tooth, Shaving amiConih Brushes; ShellTurk,
Puff, Redding, Pocket and Neck Combs; Hair
Pins; Coral nnd Glass Beads; .let nnd Shell
Bracelets; Snuff Boxes; Puff Boxes; Pins and
PEUFCMERV. 'Extracts for the ITnndker
chief Cologne, Otto of Knees; Lyon's Ks
thnrion for the Hair; Benr's Oil; Pose Oil;
Ox Marrow, Philloeom; Lilly White; Chinese
Skin Powder; Kouge; Military Soap; Shnving
Cream; Shaving Tablets; Extract of Vanilla;
Extract of Lemon and Orange,
TOYS. Giimeliislic nnd Wn' Dolls; Ca'fs
Dogs; Wagons; Guns; Pistols; Jiwt-Uni;
French Harps: Clarionets; Fiebing Lines ami
Hooks; Marbles; China Wigs; Vases; FsUe
Faces, Noses, An. ;
CO N FECT1 0 N A 1! 1 ES. Candies;. Raisins;
Prunes; IMtes; Figs; Almonds; Brnril finis;
English Walnuts; Citrons; Tmuniinds; Mnce;
Cloves; Nutmegs; Pickels; Spiced Oyster.;
Sardines; Pin apple Cheese; Lemon Syrup;
Siirsnpnrilbi Syrup, etc
N. B. Watches and Jewelry repaired. Old
Gold and Silver taken in exchange for new
Jewelry. - March 80, 18.
D. D. DICKEY,
II a. -sr y XX rci -vir n xr o.
. No. 6 College street, IhnIi vllle, Tenn..
HAMMRKKn and Rolled Iron (more than llfO li(T. r
ent liter;) Cut Nails and Pplkes; H'rought Fpikruj
Cut, Shear, nd (li-misn rjlerl; Kngllrh and Anirrlc.n
Blister steel; flicet Iron, all sites; Platform Peaks, ill
siseai Counter Scales: CufTi e Mills; Iron Axels; Sprliif.;
Wrought Iron Oas Pipe, all sixes; Hummers; AXels; Hoi'
low Ware; Had Irons; Aark Mills; Plow Castings.
Agrirullurul luiitlrineiila cV Mnclilnrs.
Plows of all patterns, made by the Kashvill Plow Fac
tory; Wagons; Wheelbarrows; Cultivators; Hoad scra
pers; Corn Midlers) Wraw I'nlteret Kan Mills; Frull
Ladders; Hrlnd atones: Horse Powers sud Thresher.)
Horse Hakes; drain Cradles; Churns; Meat Cutter.;
Banaage Fillers; Corn Grinders; Corn Planters) Hilt
Huihels; buckets; Tubs; Pumps uf all kinds; Lead l'ipr;
Zinc Pipe, and Hydraulic Knnis,
Tinner Ulatorlnla.' .
Tin Plate; Bmsla Slieet Iron; Imlwtlon Biissla Plieet
Iron; Wire, all sites; Hlieet Copper; Copper Itottomsi
Pig Lead, Mock Tin; Nab t-pellcr; f licet Zinc; ke.
Foundry eV -ti or III lie Shop Itltitcrliila.
Pig Iron; Pittsburgh Coke; Pittsburgh Coal; Ib'PVr
Iron; Iron for Shaltlnir, Locomotive Fines; Tank Iron;
Patent Hut Pressed Nuts and W ashera; lloiler Divets
Car Axels, Large tlrind Stones.
MILI EUS MA TEltIA
French Burr Mill Htnurs; Lull's Pairut Smut Machine;
Hoisting Screws; Pick?; lo.
Worked Flooring; Window Sash; Poors; lillnil.)
Frames; Rhingles; if.inc Paints; Marbled Iron Msnllc,
of all Patterns; Mnulillngs; Ac.
being connected with tlie House of Isaiah Dicker
Co., of Pittsburgh, he is prepared In nil all orden for
Pittsburg manufactures with dispatch, and having un
surpassed facilities for disposing of most kind! of Tra
nessee produce, will pledge himself to pay the outside
prices in t'osA, or will receive and forward on eommli
slot,, making liberal advances on Cotton, Tobacco, l'rk,
bacon, l.ard, Tallow, beeswax, llliiseng, Feathers, Flsi'
seed, Corn, Oata, Wheat, bye, Millet-Seed. Pried Fruit,
Pea Ruts, Honey, Ksgs, Eggs, Pig Metal, brooms, c.
Jannary 19 ly-Ssu
3T O T I o n.
To the Old Soldier and Other.
VI.AW having passed granting additional Bounty
Land to those who have been in any War sine
1790, io ai to give to each soldier lAn acres. Those whs
have had SO acres are entitled to bfl more, and thos
who hav had 40 acres to 120 more, and those who hav
had none to 160, proriitetl they trued 14 day.
I will get Bounty l-siid for all entitled for th sum of
2. and will be al Alliens the td Monday In April neit,
and the id Saturday In each month thereafter; at Madl
snnvlllctheitd Monday fn May next, and at each Battal
ion Muster In Col. Yearwood'i Regiment tn April next;
at Benton the 1st Monday la each month; at Charleston
the 4lh Saturday In each month, and the remainder at
home where I will lie glad tn meet those enlltlid to
bounty Land and attend to their claims,
Felton, Tenn., March 16-tMHW JAEg HICKIX
S. K. RKKDRR
RESPF-CTFl'LLY Informs the clllxens of McMInn
county, and the public generally, that he will allrnd
to the Selling, Purchasing, and Forwarding of all kinds
fif Produce. Also, to ordering (foods, (I rocerles, or sny
kind of Maohlnery that may be called for. He can fur
nish Machinery, snrh as Threshers, Reapers, Mewrra,
Stalk and Straw Cutters, of any kind wished, at manu
facturers' prices, freight added. .
A good lot of Threshers on the wnv and tn arrive hi s
few daya. . Also, one Circular Saw Mill and one Clnvrr
Ilulleron hand and for sale by 8. K. KKCDKU.
Alliens, Tenn., may ll-tf-H4
W. XV. RTO.HK (Formerly of dretnttUle,)
UF.SPKCTFCI.LY ikforms the public that he has Isim
the Hotel formerly kept hy Joseph Felton, be"!""'
Tenn. Determined lo keep the right lorl of llouie,
will spar no pnina to accommodate and render eosi;
(orteblo all who may call. His Table shall be sprrsd
with the best th country afford!, and his Stable will s
provided with plenty of provender. Deterrolnrd
merit public patronage, he hopes and expeeti ty ' ""21
a due share of it. . July !--
TllV. Fskai.x PrrAHTMrirr of this lnstltnllo wm I
opened on Monday, the lTih day of fP,en,Dr"r
Prof. Baml M. Oidues, Principal, with a eoaipttrM
corps of Assistants. ,
Court of Htwty. Reading, Writing, ,!
Orammar, Physiology, Geography, Compu.lllon, Klin"
rie, Ancient and Modern History, Klocution, Aslronotny.
Logic, Natural, Mental and Moral Philosophy, A1'"''
Geometry, Trigonometry, Botany, tthemlstry, ueimrj,
nd th Greek, Latin, Spanish, German and f nmm
TERMS, per Beenon of JO weeU, one-half In adtann:
Primary Class Spelling, Reading, Writing. Arith
metical Tables, Primary Geography, and Jlul-
"lion'! First Lessons In Kngllsh Grammar 'e"
The 4lh, Hd, Junior and Senior Classci, which em-
brace the entire course -"al '
Instruction In either of the Ancient ot Mudira
Music on Piano or Guitar .'IH)
Contingent Fee '.
Ho deduction for absence for less than oo.-l"""
Themaln ohjecti of thli tnilltutlon arethoroogh"1''
tal, moral and physical training, and In order J'
th progress of the pupils constantly before their""
the plan of monthly review! will he adopted. r .
lar prominence will be given to SpelTIng, 'ln,.,s.
Composition, during the enllr course f lnr"f;fl.1
To young Ladles who compete the pren-ris cesi i
nd whose deportment entitle them to such dl.""" M
a Certiftnite ef HehoUtrthip will be lven, ilr "
Principal and Trustees. ,.rf.tM
Th Male Department win h opened for ""r"L,
In the new building on the 4fA Motvtay of WrTfJ
In charg.of Mr. John . Bcarhorongh, a r";u!I
Uis University of So. Ca. JOSKI'll I'T'i'Jv.is
1. A. Corrui, See'y. . aug 81-f
swrnna i.;.!rf r.T.i Vnd fovssle. .
ilNov. T MrKW'KN A GILl Sj
1I.04 HIS.IA lot of Seth Thomai'
Clock! just redrlved and foe sale '' -::, ,.
wishing to get a good Clock at a reasonahl pnr.
have and opiwrtunlty of doing . Csl soon m
they are all sold. . W. B. BrVN"''"'.
April . sntOTK!".
fAim: nosnr. Ts.-h -u"'ul '"i
i nets of the latest styles, jMt received an i
Apl ( W. 1). -