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Land for Sale.
fl. .;,.uiiu F. Prater, Administrator o! Jatties M. Leeper, deceased, vs. Nen''V f.eeper, widow, and Julia Ann M. Leeper, Sarah Leeper and James M. Lemper, by their Guardian uf lifcm, S!M ":i V. F.ldridge. TSTjJ i.'li.-'l'ANT i" a decree made in this JL euu-e nt the last tctui of I tie Circuit (p" Ur nlley county, Tennessee, 1 will, rn .'atov.'av, the gill i!av ol March nex-t, nl1 i v.;: premises, FOltTV ACRES of I. AT;!! ill'! South West corner nf the I r h I '.iM quarter of section seven, town I'll,) . nod ranae one, Kal "I ihe basts l.ne, in tin- Ocoee District, Bradley county, T.uvrt-e. The terms of tain will be upon 12 , i months time, the purchasel giving l.' 'id u nil approved securiiy, exceit the ol twenty dollars, which will be re ' t.i lie pn id down, and a lien reiained ':' i!.e land until tl.e purchase money IS .... JOHN II PAYNE, Clnk. ' :.:,n.. 1851Ot Prs lee 85 122 Land for Sale. l'nac P-iv, Guardian ol Thomas Lauder di.lf, John Lauderdale, llohert Lauder lUV, Klizahe'.h Lauderdale, Sarah Lau c nUile and Samuel Lauderdale, inlant ciii!ilren and heirs nt law of James Lau derdale, deci aseil," together with James Ku-cnniinn and wife Ail.iluie, lurmerly Ad.dli'e Lauderd.ih-, and Will IF ill Lail-tt'-id.-;'e, a!-o children mm heirs at law of .'.in; - Lauderdale, deceased. PfcTITlON II I 1'.CANT to a ilectee made in this ivip at the Janunry term of i tie Ctr cnu ''curt, 1851, I will, on Saturday, the l.'v'i .y of March next, on the premises at t: ise tract two miles North of Cleve land, i'i nnessee, sell on on" and two years tin .1-, Hie putchnser givina bond with a prov.-d security, except iIip fuiii of livmiy five per rent., w hich ihe purchaser will be requited to pay down, upon the amount ol puicline, the lollownia described LANDS, to wi': line piecp bounded as lolloivs be ginrinr'on the North-west corner ol ihe Sou b quarter ol section lilieen, ill the s-r .., :ovii-lnp, fir-t mnae, West ol the ' . - : ... ( i.Tfe I lisiricl, rutiima thence ; i , Ei- ',".) polo to a slake: thence W'ejt Willi the hi ; load 03 poles , .1.. Wo puit-uiik pointers, thence ff. ... , i ,..-, 20 pt'l'-S In ;i si. ik'1, S'VII'I CU.- . -:. our woo i pi-mt.-r; lionet Soui'. 14", West l- ii. a i.t:.k. in the n line; i ' ii e ,o,tn 70, VY'e-l with saul m-cuoii 50 poles o a -l kc, the South West corner ol sunt qunr'er section of land; thence North 20, Hast 10(1 poles to the becinniua. One hundred and sixty acres the South West quarter of section filleen, in township, ratine and district aforesaid, Also, etnlily acres the North half ol the South West quarter of section two, township three, range one. Weft ol the I. ims line. Ocoee District all situated in lh county of Bradley. The terms of sale will he, that ll upon Ihe day ol sale, the said JaniPS Kincannon and wile AUai Iiio IT., cannon, execute a deed with n privy ex in in: lion thereto, the said Kincannon and v. lie's share in said land shall be sold with ihe test, and they let in to participate in the proceeds of said sale, according to their ro'lit and interest in said land, but in cast iliey refuse so to do, then the Clerk (shall only sell ciabt undivided ninths ol said Lands, leaving said Kincannon and wife's interest in said Land unsold. Said Lauds shall bring n the dav of Rale, (he sum ol twenty-five hundred dollars, the reported reasonable value of said Lands or the same will not be sold, a:id should said a!c lake place, a lien will Iip retained on l!i Laud lor the purchase monev. JOHN II. PAYNE. CVcrA-. Jan. 21, 185l-Gt Pisfeegll 122 ('!tu net ry Court, Matlisonvillc. .1 uV.llY Ul LIvS 1851. . 1 . (J ,i Ornioti and Siuiili Inale neart, adiu'rs ol Eheoezer Johnson, dee'd VI. The think of Tennessee, John McGhee, a nl oili r creditors olEberjezer Johnson, ,1 v Co i.pl.i'tianis having filed their bill sug p. i.i a me insolvency of the estate of Ehe to? J .hrisiiii, dee'd, praying the transfer to i - idniiniiralion rhereol I rum I lie i'i i.o v to the Chuncery Court, and thai i rdiors be enjoined Itom prosecuting llieir si. i; r,u iinsl complainants, and be required to :, r.ieir debts, judgments and claims, a nlieiiticated, with the Clerk and M i ol Hie Chancery Court at Madi .en!.". f ; and the said injunction hav nji I- - o eranted, the creditors cfsaid Kbe (', i jiil.nson, dee'd, are hereby notified i'i fi . i'i. 'i debts, judgments, and claims .:oi Iiia'v . as required by law, with the Cltt . iol M isierol said Court. J AS. A. COFFIN, C. &. M. Jvt.arv 24. IS5I-41. I'm fee 3 122 J esi.i:, I) Puati ami uihers. heirs of Wm. l'uyli, dee'd, coinplaiiMiils, ff I..i.-r " i V. Pugh, Jacob Neiman and his . ' .'-.laiv, James May and bis wile Su- .ii, ' ienrge Cope nnd Ins wile Aniandn, :.'.! ol.ers, heirs of said William i ij :. ii. i 'd delendanls. Ii : : i,i' Bring from the Dill that all the .enriii's whose names are herein staled, n--.iI, w yond te limits ol Teunesee, pub i, is ordered to hi- mid" I' r lour Suc re- r." woks in the Athens Post," re q iir': 'J - id nun re-idenl defendants lo ap ;.(.; ,-:' I Xi I. Mil t sanl Chancery (Yuri, i.i he lield at ihe I Yuri hmisH in ihe lowi: "i Madis"iiville, mi ihe Si! Monday ol Mi..'- :iei, ami au-wer said bill, or the i.e will he t.iiten as iimlessed and beat.; ex purtit. J AS. A COFFIN. C. &. M. Jan'tary 21. lr-51 4t. Prs lee $3 122 John Sianfield, r. John Simpson and Nelson Aliway. ! is alleged in Ihe Poll, "hal defendant, AIiwjv. has ah-ciinded lr mii the Slate ol Tennessee; publication is ilierelore ordered to be mad" for lour successive weeks in Ihe "Allans Post." reqinrina sjiiI Nelson Ah way to make his personal appearance in the C i'.i' h'iue in Madisunville, i.n ihe 3d !.''.;;' of March next, ami ansei en"i''tn mt's bill, or the same will beset f i i . n l beard rx pnrle as to bun J As. .H , ( & M. . ; , :v i . r i',v 3 - rv f.7P, lY t ptrVr'- K-' in... swe, iur tai by f . & J. I. Sl'HAFFKR, WOLESALE DRUGGISTS, J'u. 213 .Market ttrect, PHILADELPHIA. OFFF.lt lor sale, at the lowest market prices, a larye and well selected as sortment of Drugs. Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Die Stuirs, Window Glass, Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Porfuiuery, Brushes, Drugaists Glassware, and new Chemical preiar.uions. In addition lo the forpaoina, they con tinue to prepare and sell Cuvc mat Schtif fcr'$ Tonic .Mixture, a remedy lor lever nnd aaue, which is so genprally known in the West thai any detail of iis virtues is deemed unnecessary. A valuable im provement in lis iiiiiiiulacnire reinlers Hi now more than ever a certain cure for this; distressing mala.lv. They also offer the celebrated Worm Destroyer, known as ticlitiJJ'cr's Fvrmifuge, the basis of winch has lung, been ju-.il v es teemed by medical writers and physicians generally as one of 'he urnst viiluable rem dies lor expelling worms Irom the system. Attention is respectfully 'tiviled lo ihe fol lowing tellers Irom eminent physicians in the South, touching ihe merits ol this pre paration. Hol.lVAR, Tl'llll., Nov. 0.", If-IC. fir 1 have used )ur Worm Specilin on in u r i v occaioiii! with the best reults. In ev iry case iillcndcil with I ho peculiar syrup loins of worm', I lime found it an ellicient Mid powerful vrrmil'uvn, without prniliinillit nniiseit under its iiniiieilinle inlliicoce. or hi in folloived by tho (lilresini! conMitn 1 1. in ;i I coiiseoiicnei ! which loo olleli snc.e.eed the me of specific.! of Ibis (diameter. I think it the bet prepnrntion ivc have for expelling tbiisetroiililefonie pnrufiles which destroy so ninny children. licspeotliil y, ;i:0 B. I'KTBRS, Jl. I). Fcoin Dr. Jus. II. Kllin. of Itilry. .Minn I bnve ii.adi! ii fair trial with jour Vermi fuse, "iiil pronoiinoi! it a very superior Worm destroyer. In one instni I procured the disi'liaru'i! of more than till larun worms with one dose, which iva - given lit night . I have ti'cd quite extemively in r"V prac tic.e a V'eriiiifnai! preimred mid fold by Air. Chin. Sihiill'er, of l'bihidilpbin, and enn safely say that it is the bet preparation I have 'used dnriii'.' n practii c of twenty years, uhireworun miioiig cl ihlreii arc lery coin iniin u'ld aiinovini;. DAiii;y P. pini-i.ir. M.n. (Jreinidii. May -J l, IS IS. The foregoing preparanons mav always be bad of oil' or more of the Merchants at Jonesborn', Knnxville, Athens, Kingston Sparta, nnd McMinu ville. Jan. 3l,-3i. 123 IVIcrchant Tailoring Establishment! ENGLEDOW & CO, tllhcns, Tettii., 1 ESPECTFL'LLY inform their friends and the public generally, thai they have opened a MERCHANT TAILOIl ING KSTACLISHMKNT in the tow n ol Athens, at their old stand on the North side of the Public Square, and are prepares lo execute all nrileis in their line, on the most accommoda.ing terms, and in the neatest manner. Their purchases were made by one of the firm in ihe Eastern cities, and were selected with great care and with a view to suit the lasie nnd wants of ihe peo pie of this section. Their stock consists in pari, of a lieauiilul assortment ef line French Twilled Black, Invisible Green, Olive, Olive Hrown hiiJ superior Illue Uroad Cloths: fine French Doeskin, 11 ack and Fancy Cassuneres; Sailineis and Tweeds, a prime nilicle; Northern Jeans of various colors, and the besi now in mar ket; a splendid assorliiient of Yesiings, as rich as could possibly be procured, consist ing of fine llliick Satin, Silk, Cashmere, and various other patterns; also, superior Black Silk, Ilrown, Drab, and Fane Col ored Velvets; a No. I RSMiruiieni of Silk Handkerchiefs and Fancv Ciavais; Siiin Neck Ties: Linen, Ilandkerchiets, plain nnd lanci : superior llliick nnd Fancy Silk Gloves, line Kid (In; line Hurling and Cash mere Gloves; a fill iissoitiiieni of Hosiery; a good lot ol Suspendeis, cheap; a superi or article ol Silk and Alpacca Serge, lor Coat Linings; line Woolen Cloak Luiinas, plain and fancy; Silk and Worsted Coal Bindings; superfine Irish Linen; superior Domestics lor Shiriings; superior Over coalings, such as Black Feluna Cloth, Drah, Grpy, Clue, and Mouse-colored Cloths; Blue an I Drab Blankets, i.c. Ready Made Clothing! They will also keep on ImioI a central assortment ol Heady Made ('lothina, mude up in their own shop, consisting of Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Overcoats, Shins and Colari ol the latest style. A good lot ol Woolen Shirts and Drawers. Superior Ha's and Caps, for Men and Hoys. Also, a lot of the very finest City Made Boots, Also, a good lot ol Umbrel las. They repeat, that their Goods have been selected with great care; that they are de lermined lo kep none but the verv best ar ticles, ind thai they will sell them on I lie best possible terms, for prompt pay. They inviie all lo come ami look at their Goods, as they leel confident they can please Ihe most fastidious, if 1'iey ran be pleased with oimkI Goods ai reasonable prues. Tliey will roiniiiiie to orry on ihe Tai- lo'tiia Husint ss as usual, and while they lake this occasion I" reiurn their thanks lo their old Iriends and customers, they re spectfully solicit a continuance of theircus- loiu. J heir work will always ue execuieu in Ihe prumpiest manner and by the best workmen In he hau. P. S. It may bt thought by some that we will not desire to make up Garments Irom Cloths purchased at other houses, but we assure our friends and the public that such is not the fact, hut iha' w are desirous to net all Ihe woik we can. and tnal we will promptly finish all the Jobs with which we may he favored, no matter ol whom :he Goods are purchased. All we ask is, to try us and see. KAULbUUW i-u. Nov. 15. I M0 if 112 YOU, who me owe for physic lor all the last year To my solicitation be pleased lo lend an ear; I want ihe money, as you did the physic whiJli you got. And fur it I must send if bring it yuii will not. Jid.21.1SJI. WM. BURNS. eggrji.XWii-Lu.gUBa-nm-'-J--'r;'1 Mail Line from KnoxvillelFall and Winter Goods! TO DALTON. TAYLOR, B1MDUES & JACRSONS, HAVING obtained the contract lor carrying the Mails Irom Knoxvtlle to Dalton. Tor four years Irom the first of July, 1S50, rcspectlully inlornt the public that their line will he well storked tviih No. 1 Trov Coaches, line Horses, and sober, aood Drivers, and no pains nor expense will be spared lo carry passengers through with comfort and salely. 1 Ins mine traverses n benuiiliil nnd interesting sec.l ion of coiintry.euibracing the Ocoee and Hiwassee vnlleys.aiul travelers will certain y find it to their advantage to lake tins line. On this line lor the South, intersecting the Western r.nd Atlantic: Ittiilrond, at Dalton, passengers will leave Knnxville at G A. M., dailvi except Sundays, and arrive at Dalton by 0 A. M. next day; that is, in lime to lake the Cars South. Going North the Coaches will leave Dal ton nl 7 P. M., dailv, except Sundays, and arrive at Knoxville by 7 P. M. next days, running through Cleveland. Charh i fa t kiiii n mill Athens daily, and through Madisonville. Mary ville, Philadel phia and Campbell's Slalion, every oilier day, (that is, inrce times a week by Madi sonville anil Maryville. and three limes by Phthidelphia, Blait's Ferrv and Clamiibell s Station.) making daily arrivals al Knox ville, and arriving and departing nt the last named place so as to acco.lltnod.ite travel. p:s coming fiotii the East or going in that direction. I'liey repeal llial no pains nor expense will he spared to ensure 1 lie safely nnd comfort of passengers, and they hope to receive a share ol public patronage. Their stands will be al the best houses in l ootun, and the stage f,irc; reasonable. Aniens. June I I, IS.jU-iI W To those who have heen in the Service of the I'niled Slates since the Kevohiiioii. rJMIH undersigned being familiar with nil the Executive rules and regulations, nn,l ilw. li.iracter ol proof necessary lo en able those who have been mg-aged in the setvice ol the United States since the War of the Revolution, to have llieir claims for ! Pensions. Bounty Land, Arrearages ol j Pay and F.xlra Pay, Sec. to one or all of which many persons are entitled, properly I prepareil lor adjudication helore the De. I partments at Washington, respectfully ill vile the attention of such '" 1,11 interview ..,.,1. il,s.. tuhura llwv lll.1V leiUll SOIllP- thing to their advnntaop. 1 hose who Have lieen"injureil by sickness or otherwise while in the service of the United S'ates, are entii iledtoa Pension. Many claims are lost for want of proper steps al the outset, or by being prepared by an inexperienced per son. Our charges are moderate. Ilesidence one mile and a hall above Calhoun, Me Minn eotiniv, Tenn. JOHN HAMP.IMGHT. 11. McDOWIiLL JlcKLUft l ii. Aug. 2, tl No Cure No Pay! rnMlM unilcrsigtmd has pcrinniientlvociileii at biuisL'll in t;iilhouui ."c.mmiii coi,nty, in which place be bus opened nn Ollice. for the purpose of preparing claims fur all persons who luiyu minis iigamsi ioo u,iv, Mm ., .... Pensions, llounty l.niids, Pay proper, Kxtni snriplion of cliiims for ndjmlicatinii before tbe ii...ipiiiir.iiici in naiiiiit'iiin. lie is wi:n lire piircd, hnviiiK nil thn IVnsioti liiiws, nml nil tbo Kxciitivo l!ci;ultinit( tn ilircct liim in ..riintirinir t'l'.i im. II til I 111 iiililitioii tweutv years experience in that line of business. Ills charges sliiill on moiieraio. .ii.iiij oouiim uic I...,, .... nl hi.incr ,,PI MI, fl'll l,V IlieXOI! HIBfc IJtl IIUVIIWII. - , rieticed nersons. Call and see him. No charge for talking about your claims. 5 t3 4 11ITt.f ll'MDCMAV Aug 2.1,lfi.ri0-i2in 1UU CHAMCKY COURT AT ATHENS' Stephen K. llepder, Marcellus M. Dodson 1 i H'.n: r . .. auu . iiiiaiii iuist-j , t'. David Carter and wile, and John and Elias Davis. IT appearing from an allegation an amended bill filed in this cause, that David Carter is a non-rendent of Ihe State ol Tennessee, it is therefore ordereil that publication be made in the Alliens Post, a newspaper printed in Athens, Mc.Minn county, Tennessee, lor four successive weeks, requiring the said David Carter to make his personal appearance at our next Chancery Court to he hoblen ill Alliens, on the 3d Monday in I'elirnary npxt, I" plead, answer or demur to the amended bill ii led by complainants against him and others, in s nd Court, or the same will be set fur hear ing cx pnrle, as lo him, and decreed ac- coMinglv. W.M. LOWKY.C &. M. Jan. 17, IS01 It PrsfeeS.3 121 William S. McE wen, Robert N. McEwen and George L. Gillespie, r. David Carter and wi.v, Joliii Davis and Klias Davis. IT appearing from an allegation in an amended hill filed in this cause, that David Carter is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be made ill the Athens Post, a newspaper printed in Athens, McMmn county, Tennessee, for four successive weeks, requiring the said David Carter to make ins personal appearance at our next Chancery Court, to be holilpn in Athens on the 3d Monday in February next, to plead, answer or demur to Ihe amended bill tiled by the complainants against him and others, in said Court, or the same will be set for hearing tx parte, as to biiu, and decreed accordingly. WM.LOVVRY. C. & M. Jan. I7,l85l-4t Prs fee 83 121 R. M. EDWARDS, tillorney til Lair, Cleveland, Tchh.. OFFERS his professional services to the people of ihe Third Judicial Circuit, and will attend lo any business lor soldiers such as collecting L.and Claims, Extra Pay and Pensions, which may be entrusted to his care. Aug. IG.ISjO Cm 99 Groceries! GOOD supply just received, embracing a fine article ol brown SUGAR, at ten cents per pound. WM. II. BALLEW. May 17, 1350 tf S'j J, McCAUCHEY, J IAS just received, at bis old stand, a large and well selected assortment ol New Full and Winter Goods! His slock coninins most of the articles usu ally brought to this market, and be pro poses lo dispose of llieni on Hie most rea sonable terms. He respectfully invites bis friends and customers to give him a call, Nov. 8, ISflO-tf 111 The Very Latest Arrival. FALL JIJ"D U'LVTEIl GOODS. JACKSOX&LILLAKD OAVE just received llieir stock of Fall and Winter Goods, and will be glad to show lliem to all who may give them a call. Their stock embraces Fine Broad Cloths, Ca sinipres, Sailineis, Tweeds, Veslinss, Ovprcoaiinos. lied RIankels. Hals. Caps. IIOOIS anu iJlloes. Mini in soon, n -;riirm, nscnriiiipiii nl Gnoils suited In this market. ,C. t A .1 ... - -I Their object is li) sell, and they therefore ivp as good, II not ueuer murrains man anybody, ('all and examine lor yourselves. They cliargo tioilming lor showing their Goods. Athens, Tenn., Nov. 15. TjU-iI 2 Fresh Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods! wm. h.Tallew, n A VI NO received his NEW GOODS, consisiinrj of most articles suitable for i!ip present and approaching season, ti vites his customers, and till who wish to purchase Cheap Goods, to call and exam ine Ins assortment. In conclusion, he pledges himself to sell Guods at low prices. Oct. 2", isnn-tf ioo Just Received and More Coining. Fall and Winter Goods. s. K. KliKDHR. is now receiving and oppnilti' l.is supply cif FJLL.LVJJ HIJVTFJl GOODS. Ciimt'riiii.' all nrlicles usually ollcred in this market, nnd which be will sell low for prompt pny. He respectfully invites his u!d cusli'iners and friends to call and examine bis stock. Oct. 18.-0. 109 DrT Jayne's Medicines, 4 N iissorini.tii of Dr. JAYWE'S lnyhly -pnpulor RJodiciiics, just received nnd fur snleby S. K. REEDER. Oct'. 2.). 18.-.0. I0U McEwen & Gillespie HAVE received and opened their FA LL and WINTER GOODS, nnd will he pleased to see their friends and customers. Oct INUl II 1W Koltin? (lotlis! UMIiF.llS (5, 7, 8 and 9, of the best brands, just received and for sale low. McbiWEN & GILLESPIE. Oct. 23. ISSO-tl 109 More New Goods. BRADFORD & DODSON A RE iust receivins and opening their stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which ihey inviie the attcn lion of their Iriends nnd customers. Tluse who wish to purchase good and cheap Goods would do well to call at "IJrad- lotd & Dodson's Corner," before purchas- ins elsewhere. Oct. 25, 1 8.10-1 f 109 Boots and Shoes. A SPLENDID lot of fjoots and Shoes lor Fall nnd Winter wear, just receiv ed and for sa'e by BRADFORD & DODSON. Oct. 25, I85t tl 109 Tobacco and Cigars ! On ftflfi PRINCIPE, CASADORE Jf)U nnj 1 1 EG A LI A CIGAltS. Also, a lot of No. 1 CHEWING TO UACCO.just received and lor sale bv A.O. II.P.& VV. M. SEI1011N. Oct. 25, 1850 lO'J I'ontcctionaries. C1ANDIES, Raisins, Nuts, Crackers, J Sardines, &c, &.C., just received and for tale at SEIJORN'S. Oct. 25. 1850 109 Jewelry, Jewelry! A FINE assortment of Breast Pins, Fin ger Rings, Ear Rings, ShirtStuds, &c, just received nnd for saie at Oct. 25. 1850 SEHORN'S. Sundries, 11ISTOLS. Pocket Knives, Pocket Books, Flutes, &.C., just received nnd lor sale low at SEHORN'S. Oct 25, 1850 109 Watches. A FEW Gold and Silver Watches, just received and for sale at Oct 35. 1850 SEHORN'S. New FaU and Winter Goods! G. W. ROSS & CO., i RE now receiving their Full and Winter V supply of Cloihi, Cassimers, Cnsinels, Tweeds, Pilot Cloths, OovercoittitiRs, Ithink cts and Shawls of all sizes, Water Proof Hoots, wl...... Il..la nn. I f'una ,'ifiC'hliniS. Alnnc- DIIUG.f "'-" H.au v.. .... . , ens nnd Calicoes, which will be sold very low rorcucn. iaepi.au, io.iu n ivi Salt! fl'ST received . a lot ol King's Salt in ood ' barrels. W.M II. BALLEW. Sept. 20, 1650 tf 101 CROCKERY WARE. A large lot on hand and for sale by J. K. BROWN. Oct 19. 1849 if CO Bed Blankets T HE best article, cheap at 1 oof.29.J JACKSON &. L1LLAR 1 S( LBS.SUPEIt CARB. SODA, just re. ViiJ ceived and for sale, by Apr 13 C. W.ROSS Jt CO. Angiista Adverlisements. BARRETT, CARTER & CO., AUGUSTA, Gd., IMPORTERS Jc WHOLESALE DEALf.HS IN DRUGS, MEDICLVKS, I'Al.YTS, OILS AA'JJ CLASS, ARE now receiving, in addition lo then stuck. Sflfl nackaues of Druas. Medi- ctnes &c, &c. Amiing them are 20 eases superior Java Indigo; and oO ceroons INo. 1 Sph. F. Indigo; all of which will be sold as low as ihey can be purchased in New York. Feb. 22, 1S50 ly 74 11 A 111) WARE. J. & S. BONES & CO., AUGUSTA, GA., IMPOIITKIIS MIIIKCT AND DKAt.BRS IN FOREIUXk DOMESTIC UAJUJII'A HE, HAVE always mi hand a good assort ment in their hue, which Ihey will sell on Ihe most favorable terms. Augusta, Feb. 22, 1850 ly 74 W.K.JACKSON, OKO. T. JACKSON, llUOtl O'.NKI 1.1.. W. E. Jackson V Co., WflOLESALU DRY GOODS MERCHANTS, Masonic1, Hall, (ficltcccn United Stalls and Ulube Iluhls,) AUGUSTA, GA. II AVING made larop additions to our stock of )ril Goods, we are prepared to sell to Counlry Merchants at as low pricks, and upon the same terms, as Ihe Merchants of Charleston. Country Merchants visiting Augusta or Charleston, are respectfully invited lo tx amine our assortment and prices. Feb. 22, 1850 h 74 HATS, CAPS AM) UOAJSETS E. L. Ferry H, Co., AUGUSTA, GA., OAVE now on band n lull stock of Hals, Caps, Ho n rifts and Umbrellas, ol every style and quality. As we have our Goods direct from the Manufacturers we are enabled lo sell as low and nn as good terms as can be had in any market. Mer chants and dealers in want ol any articles in our line, would du well in looking at our stock before buying elsewhere. Call at E. L. Feny '& CVs Store, Near the Mansion House, Augusta, Ga. N. H. Particularnttention given toorders Feb. 22. IS50 ly 74 D. 3. PLUME & CO., DEALERS IN Perfumery, Instruments, Pure M rficincs and Chemicals, l'ainls,Uils,li lass, t c., AUGUSTA, GA. T A NDRETH'S Garden and Fie'd Seeds. A larae and wellselected assortment ol TRUSSES. D. H. Plumb Si Co.. are also Acents for Stockton's celebrated INCORRUPTIBLE TEETH. Feb. 22. 1 8501 y 71 rORCH, CQNLB7 & Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, TRUA'kS, CARPET HAGS, See., Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA. ALSO n. . at J. m: loitCK co., W IH) 1. 1 s,v 1. 1: DKA1.KI18 IN Boots, Shoes, Leather, Trunks, Carpet Rags, kc, Hayne Street, Charleston, S. C. Feb. 22, 1850 I y 74 W. WRIGHT, E. SHERMAN, B. T. NICHOLS, W.C.JESSUP. WRIGHT, XK HOLS A: CO., MANUFACTURERS OP SADDLES, BRIDLES. WHIPS, Harness, Trunks, &c. IMI'ORTKRS AM) WHOLESALE HEALERS IN Saddlery and Coach Hardware. Coach Trimmings, Shoe Findings, and Leath er nf even description. No. 239 UiiOAn Street. Near the Georgia Rail Koad ItanK, AUGUSTA, GA. Feb. 22. 1 850 H 74 PIAAO FORTES, MUSIC .LVD JEWELRY. CHARLES CATLIJY Ai CO, (Near the United Slates Hotel,) AUGUSTA, GA., ARE the only a nth (zed Asenis for Chickertna's, Nunn's& ('lark, and Adam Stodart's Piano Fortes. They keep constantly on hand a large assortment ol instruments from the above Manufactories, embracing every variety of style of G. Cl, 6 and 7 octaves, which they will sell at the lowest factory prices, smog their own and the maker's guarantee as being perlecl in every respect. Their stock of Music V iolins, Guitars, Uanios, t lutes and Ac-1 corueons, is large auu wen seiesjieu. - I I II I ' They also have a large stock ol Watches, Jewelry and (silver Ware, which they will selt low. All orderswil! receive prompt attention. and will be guaranteed to give satisfaction in every respect. Feb. 22, lrU ly" 74 Baker, Wilcox & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERY MER CHANTS, Augusta, Georgia, KEEP constantly on hand a larpe and well assorted stock of Siinr,Coflee,Salt,l'C, which will be sold at the very lowest mnrke prices. 4 1 1 orders shall have cnicful attcn. tion. yj Bacon , Lard and Feathers received on consignment. July an, 1849 tf 43 Henry Moore, f Successor to Moore & Davis,) OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, AUGUSTA. GA., IMPORTER AND DEALER llf FOREIGN Ic DOMESTIC HARDWARE, IRON, Steel, Table and Spring Cutlery, Tanner's, Smith' and Carpenter's Tools, Agricultural Implements, Guns, Pistols. &c. &c. Feb. 22, 1850 ly 74 Aiigiisla Ailverli.seinenls. Groceries for Sale. I50biuis. Muscovado, Porto Rico, and Si Croix Supar; yi.ll l,. ,. s I I nrrels LoaT, Crushed, Puwili're.l nr. I ( 'l.inlied Suijar; 170 IiImI-. Mo'irs 2(10 boxes Matiiilaciiirnl Tobacco, ass', I, 2.) chests IJysiin.liupt-rinlaiid Black lea; 50 tons Sweedes, Bar, Hoop, and Baud Iron; 1400 kegs Nails and Brads; 2000 lbs. Cast. German and Blister Sieel; 5000 sacks Sail; An assortment of Spices, Soaps, Can dies, Gun Powder, Shot, Bar Lead, Buck els, Brooms, Liquors, &c. BAKEIl, WILCOA & CO. Augustn, Aug. IG, 1850 tf 99 llAltl) IVAlikTc UTLER V A AD A G- -H 1 C UL TURA L IMPLEMENTS. A. AV. A: W. P. CAK MICHAEL, AUGUSTA, GA.. SAVE on hand n complete assortment of English nnd American Hardware and Cutlery. They hIso keep on hand an extensive slock ol Agricultural Implements, consisting principally of Ploughs, Cultiva tors, Harrows, Straw Cutters, Corn SheiU eis, Cylindrical and Double Acting Rotary Churns, Horse Powers, Thrashers, Stc. All orders entrusted lo them will receive prompt and careful Htlentlon. Feb. 22. IWO-ly 74 Philadelphia Advertisements. Edward K7 Tryoh, Vb. '3 i Mirth Second street, PHILADELPHIA,' Importer and Manufacturer of Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns, Ilijles and Pistols. CIIOT BAGS, Flasks, Game Bass, Su- pertor Percussion Caps, Gun Powder, Wads, Shut Gun and liille Barrels, and Materials lor Gun Maker's use. WHOLE SALE AND RATA I L. Feb. T, 1 850 I y 73 Ao. 20 North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, OFFER for sale on extensive nnd entirely ii'jiv stock of ITA TS AXI) CAPS, of the latest styles and most approved patterns, oltneirown iiiiimifacturc, nml purtictilurly nilnpted to the Southern mid Western Trade, vit. : .aoleskin, Rnssin, Cnssiniere, Nutria, Ilrush, Silk, Denver, Mexici.n, California. Also, Men's and Hoy's Sporting, Pearl, Ash land anil Wool lints, in prent variety, togetb willi Caps of every description, which they confidently recommend ns calculated to pite satisfaction, and which they will sell nt the lowest market prices, and pay the must pur lic iliir attention to puckinc;. Oj-Onlers directed to No. 20 North Fourth street Philadelphia, will receive immediate ntteiitinn. Philadelphia, Feb 8, 1850 ly 73 J. II. I.IITINl OTT, I KIIMUNB CLAXTON, IIKNIIV I.IIA.MUO, I OKOIIOK IU.JISKN, BKNJ. r. WILLIS. gjippiucolt, ImrumhotV Co., (Successors toCniri:, Elliot A. Co.) f V Ml h i sn K its, BOOKSELLERS iNJi STA TIOAF.RS AM) RLAKK ROOK MANUFACTURERS, No. 14 North Fourth street, PHILADELPHIA. BJlinMSIlEUS ol School. Theological, Medical, Law, Classical nnd Aliscelln iicous HOOKS, and fine editions of Diblesniid Prnyer Rooks, in every variety of Binding nnd size. Also, Dealers in Paper blank Books and Stationery . Country Merclinnts, Public Libraries, and the Trade supplied on advantageous terms. Feb. 8, IH.r.l)-ly ',i DOCT67tYOil Bfs ELFI For 25 Cents ! Y means ol the POCKET ESCULA PIL'S, or. Every one bis own Physi cian! Thirtieth Edition, with upwards of n hundred engravings, showing priVRie dis eases in every shape and form, and maU formations ol the ueneraiive saystem, M mi YOUIVG, M. D. The time has now arrived, that Dersona soil. Tin j limn secret diseases, need no more hecori..- the "i,., quarkerv. as hv the pron i ipiio:; , .:mi';':!i.-( i!i this book any one ni.iy cure b.mself, w ithoui hindrance to business, (ii Hie kii'i wli (ie ol ihe must intimate Iriemt, mul will, one tenth the usual expense. In add i lion to Hie jieneral routine of private disease, it lolly explains the cause of manhood's early decline, with observations on marriage besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate is the public prints. ICJ" Any person sending TWEKTY-nvE cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent lor one dollar. Address, "Dr. Youno, No. 153 Spruce street, Phila delphia." Post-paid. ICJ0 Dr. Youno can be consulted on any ol the Diseases described in his differ ent publicaiions, al his Ollice, 102 Spruce street, every day between 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sundays excepted.) Oct. 25, 1850 I y QQ IRISH LINEN. 4 LARGE lot of all kinds, from the very xm. best to common, just received and for sale cheap for cash, by May 3 'G. W. ROSS Ss. CO. MEDICAL NOTICE' M. R MAV, M. D. WM. O. NICE, M. D. DKS. 31 AY A iMCE HAVING associated themselves togcther respectfully tender their professional ser vices to Ihe public. In critical cases, ,rB reipiired, both will be in atleudance without aUditioiial expense. Athens, Tenn. .June 15, 1849 tf 39 GEO. W. BRIDGES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1 Atiiins, East TEa.rUE( PRACTICF.S in the different counties com posin the Third Judicial Circuit wil -attend to the collecting and securing of claim and will give his undivided attention to al business entrusted to his care. March 2, 184!) tf 33 Tobacco 1ROX Tire Iron of every descrr,:-v. hand and for sain h I v nc... OctI9,1849-tf ' June 7, 1SW. I. K. BROWN.