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w. kos$ & Co., A HE jnt receiving their stock ol 3. SPUING S- SUMMER GOODS. winch will be complete in n l-w day, nnd will bp ei;unl Id miv in the place As to kind'', qualities, &.: , they cannot describe, lull will thank their Inenils and c'jsloiiiers to cull anil examine lor themselves. As to price will ni' ho nndeoold by anv body lor the CASH DOWN, us that is llie suresi Wal' t() Set (Jnn.ll cheap. ApuH. If'.l 132 Hats, Boots, &e, TVTR 'invp miin ol llie latest sti'Ies of VVarheitou's they nre really hand some. Also, n lut oi'ilie very I""-! nmmei Boms anil S'kips, iriiv made, and a variety ol other ihin. G. VV. BOSS & CO. April 4. IS.) I Dissolution, FrVIF copni Incrshiu heretofore cxMing be- twe.n UICE& I.HL' i'Y, Uiceville. Mo Minn count t, is this day dissolved h mutual consent. All persons in h btvd to the firm will please c.ill mi M. I''. II it :k, ho U agent for thu firm, u nil settle up. Make no delay. c. w. rick, M . v. un-v., II. MATLOCK. .Tr.., J NO. il. LKL'TY. April I, ISMlm 112 Female Academy, Yl A DISC" N V I i.i.v , 'I'e sn. .flis C. ,W. ,1IS:I.VILI.E, Vrtnclpal. TVT5XT Summer Session will commence (in Tuesday, tin Isi.layof April, Dip Winter Sesfwui having closed w ,1 It half us intnin term, Exercises in the Academy were, for n abort tiin", suspended by ih" illness of ?s lessi" Melt'ille, n oiosi pri.niiinj pupi' whom her devoted teacher and nunt watch ed v nitf'it ami hv day. iliinna her s If ness. All-r 'hM dnaii' ol Iipi Inv-lv niece. Ali MpIv.IIp I). iUi needed ami desired, lor a true, rplief from Hip I it ln r -t nl' ih school mum, and iIip Truiee Hi detere'ice to cun aidpra'i'.ns !" wpII worthy of regard adopt ed iIip plan nlrpadv s'ntPil. Thp, chaiiL'p will, wp trust, jivp pnlirp satisfaction inasmuch a iIip Summer Ses sion will thereby commence at the most appropriate season nl iIip year. The nasi session ws, il ri itrr its enntin- UH'H e, f Tl I IIIT- 1 1 ' i V nil' I'Miili, ..."Il l I. .... I I .li ... .1 ll.ui I pa,.,.,.e ..,.,.. .,.,, .,.,,. !' Illiproveilieoi. i hhi'H'im nf-uiy nmiei paled nexl session, the necess nv ssiiaiH teachers will he provided. It is important, to facilitate i he lorniaiion ol classes, that pnnils eoiiMiienep Willi the session. The Trtislpps are much aranfied Rt the manifestation thai parents properly apprp. eiaip the superior ailvanlaues here nllbrded for iIip p.liiealiini ol Iheir d innliiers. fjoardiuc mav be obtained on reusiinahle terms m -everl lannlip. no. I one c'lnnwi. dious and eonverii in bud.lin j is beinq fined tip expressly for the purpose. Terms of Tuition pr Sraiinn if 20 iccck, one half in adcunce. Infant Chi s, Junior Class, Senior Clas, Instruction"! Mum, on Piano, liOHKIi I" I". COOKK, .i fl'l 7.5H lll.llil 20,i0 J V M Iv-. . II A IKK, .1 WillS A. COFI'I.V, Feb. 38, I8.il -H' Com. of Trustees. BOARDING. J. W. MfS)E ha? tanpn ibp Uwellins Mouse, at IIip W'esl end ol town, lor ii.erly oceiinieil hv thp lion. Spencer JariLisjni. and will in a short iiiop lie prepare,! lo a(e..inuiodAip noardprs. The residence is a most convenient and pleasant one, nnd the terms of boarding Will tie moderate. F-h I I. 1-51 if 125 Hardware WF. ate now receivuisi a gnod lot of Hardware, Cuileiy, Spades, Shovels, Fork, Set the Suiiihs, Iron Wire of all kinds, Ironi No. S lo 10, which we will sell cheap tor Cash. April II. G. W. ROSS St CO. T) lyr-J- pi -ii, jesting aside, their stock is perhiipi a little sii- IteaQy lUallC UlOLlllIlg. j peiior lo mij ever ulTerci! here, and they pro TUST received, a beauiilul assortment of P1"'0 to sell a little cheaper than was ever Cons, Vests, l'anis and Shirt-, u ta. hie for lb' season, which we will tell very low lor Cash down. April II. G. W. ROSS & CO. Notice, BY the last will and lesiamonl of JamP9 Humphrey, ilerM, laip of the county ol MeMinn, SmIp nl" Tennessee, it is di rppied, allpr iIip paympnl nf his funeral expenses ami all Ins debs, and the pay ment ol a specific bequpst of one thousand Vt'lai for the use and benefit ol a certain Jaoies lial er, that all llie ipsiiIiip ol his pslatp houlil up equally divided hplwpeii the fieirs of Hiram llitmiltrey and Gmrgi Humphrey -noln e istherelore hereby oiven lo tue residuary legatees of tile said James Humphrey, deceased, lo come forward and receive Iheir distributive shares, as the un dersigned. Exeetiinr. is prepared in make distribution as directed by the will, but as the residuary legatees are unknown lo 'he untlersisned, be must, lur his own salely, require "hem to prove ihir riahts under llie will ''v due eoiimerl law. JOSEPH Mc( OI!KI.E,Ecifor. fO- Tn "Kuoxville Reaisier," ami the 'Republic. Iiiuer," Nashville, will in sert ibe annve for three months in their weekly papers, and send their accounts lo litis ollice lor payment, April 18. 1851 3m 131 Chancery Sale, JN accordance with a ilecree rendered nt the S Inst U-riii of the Cliuncery Court ,t Maili- nnville, 'Vim , I will n il. on ll.e il'l dny i.f June, ut iie iciiicu iron wntfs. in Monroe nounfy , t the highest biihler. on a credit ol i, lmre.lv" nnd eighleen niniith, 'he SfiM-.k in the I'ellico Marinfrirturiii Company, which the late Kto nel' r J.dilirull held Hi the tune of bi death, e..i.ni-liiiu ol il Slmre, foofislit'i'ms more hnii half ir niiml.er; in raid Comonuy. J . A. COFFIN, C.&M. April 85, lWl-Ot frs fie J1 235 , Consolidated Lotteries of Md. FOIl MAY, 1851! COLVIN & CO, J Office JS', W. cor Baltimore Calvert tin-, (Ml'SKtJM COUNKK.) DALTI MO UK, M D. TIip C'unsulidatHil Luttf ries of Marvlanil are IpsiiIIv cunsliltiteil chnrlerpd by art ol thp liPislnlure of the Siale and con trolled by Siaie cilliuers, CoiinnissinuHrs. appointed by iho Guveroor ul the ijiale ol Mar) laud, The Lotteries for 3Iav ! jp ow will he loiiml asi:Jipilule ol Hip dif - lerenl lulleriPH lo lip iliawn in Mav.'iavs ol drawuii;, leailina prizes, &.c. Col v in & Co. respecil'olly solicji orilers by mail f.ir tickets or packages ol tickets, in any of the I'oU lowin! si'heiues. THE C,t PITJlIt PRIZliS can hp purcha.-ed from the ureal prize house of COLVi.V .V CO., Of Ciltimori:, Md., iIip cost nf puiciiase ol which will be com paralively as. " Trifles lisht as air." 5 Capital Prizes 83.(100, 4.000. 4,500, 'wool 5.000 in the 81 lotteries mild in A pril, ami each packages, cost gl5, 7A or 3i risk. 13 GREAT CAPITAL PHIZES SAJ! 2 of $25,000. I ol 30,000. tl ol "20 000. I nl 10. 1100. I ol 18,000. I of 37.:"i00. I (d i..0OO, I of .10,000, 1 ol '27,500, 1 ol a 1,000, 1 ol 15,000, and "Thus (lispellinj doubt." Brilliant Fortunes for May ! Dale. Or. May. Class. Capitals, o.of li.il's.Tkts. Phu's. 1. 13, I? '20, (100 .) tios.l'lr., 75 iios.l"2 Ir., fc..l7i '23, !) 12, 43 2a, 8 I. 3 '2. 130, 3, 1 2, 5. 13-i, 0. 133. 10.500 40.000 75 no I 2 lr , 8 (.00 75 no.l 1 Ir., rS nns 13 Ir , 35,000 75 nos.l Idr., 4.000 75 n.is.mr.. 20.000 75 nos.l.r.dr., 5 OHO "5 nos.l l!r., 10.000 7 nos 5(lr., 4.0(10 75 nos I Idr., 30,(100 78 niis.l:ldr., 3.000 7f nos I Idr., 10 00!; 75 nos -J.ir 4.000 78 tiu.l3,lr.t f? .0(111 75 nos :ldr., 2.000 7S nos 3dr., 5.000 75 nos.l2dr.. . "21, 8. 135, 0. 32. 10. 1 37, 12 138, 13. 130, 14. -22. 15. 141, It). I 12, 17. 113. 10, 111. 20. 145, ' 10. I. 5. I. 24, I. 10. I. o i -21 I, 2S. 1. 3j I.' 3 3. 0 o.. 1 10. 23. 31. II. 1 50. I. .. SI 32i 171 324 9 i 40.000 73 nos lair., 10, ltf .0110 7H nos.l3.lr., 5. 37.501 75 nos.-2 lr , 10, 0.214 75 nos.l3.lr , 2i .. - I -'."" 4,1100 73 nos.3dr.. . os. 32. 5 of 1,700 78 no. 3dr . I, 20, 2-2. 2t),000, 10,0011. 7i?(in.l3dr (i. 30, 151. 10.000, I0.l-2.5U0 78. 13 2i 31, AI.G7.500, 37.500. 22.500. 11,500, 7,500, 100 ol '2,50(1. &i: . 73 nos.lG.lr., 20. 81 SCP Correspondents can transact bust. nes Ihroiiuh I lie mails with ibis agency, as well as liioo'li per noally present, SrTP liners earef'uliy directed and an sivereil ,y ri tiiro mail. Slip Colvin &. ('o. send Managers Offi cial Drawums. with statement ol r. sult, on- envelope, lo all who order nckeis s on, a II l'.'ihI Hii ii k - in W'r li-'kets received in pay lllel C3- l'4 remnieil Ii shed at siahi. Bank drafts e ln.idiiia prizes fcr ai M,.nre caielullv complied wiiii. 1 he inosl proinpt nlienlion always I given to orders. ' Please address'' COLVIN & CO., N.W cor, Baltimore and C'alveii sis , Museum Rnildiii, fjaltniiore, Md. May 2. 1881 I in I3G MclTvVEN & (.1LLESIME I I AVK received and opened their Sprina and Summer (iOOl)S, and will be much pleased to have their friends and customers call and gee the in. April 27. I 851. Spring & Summer Goods! JACKSON & LILLARD ARR receivnis and opening a hrge and well selecled stock of SI'KINU AND SC.MMKIl GOODS, lo which they would I invite the attention of persons wishing to pur I chase. They know it is getting to be lash. I., r 't t ...i.- l ...... .... . iiioiioie air aiercuniii it, iiiik largely annul fine stocks, cheap tinods, ii ltd sn nn , but nil "car" ' 'PC""" Among Iheir stock will be fuund the follow ing articles: Ladies Dress fioods Silk Poplms, Muslin do Lanes. Iter aces, Delanes, Lawns, Prints, i Sic, M'K, uegiiorn linn Mraw llounels. For (ieiitlemen's Wenr - Siiiiimr Onndi of nil kinds, Jenny Lind.fioe Moleskin, Con. press Panama nml Leghorn tlali, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions Iso, a large lot of Ready .Made Clothing, nssorled. April 35, I85l-tf 135 School Land for Sale. PURSUANT to a decretal order of the Ciiciiii Court o' Roane county, made nt iIip F. I.ruaiy term, 1851, 1 willnn Thurs day, the 190) dav ol June next, sell on the premises In ibe hisbesi bidder, the School section of Land, cuniainins G40 acres, situ ate in Township second, Kaiise first, West of the Meridian, liwassee District, pro vided that purchasers bid as much for each quar'et as the same has been valued al by the Commissioners appointed for thai pur pose, and who have rcurned Iheir valua tion " me as follows, lo wit: S P. Quarter 350.00 S. W. Quarter, N. E. Quarter N. V. Qunrter 700.00 700.00 350,00 82100.00 The sap will be made nnd conducted ae ronling In Ihe Act of Assembly providing for the sale ol Scl'iiul Land in taid Di" trui, which will he made known upon lite 'day of bale. JOHN A. PATTO.W Clerk. May I. 1831 Gt Prs fee 81.50 137 Clover Seed. 4 FEW bushels ef g..od clean C!ov seed for l ai McEWEN &, GILLESPIE'S. March 21,1851 li liO dcr c use 1 iT Prof. A. C. Carry's Tricophcrous, Or, MEDICATED COMPOUND, INFALLIBLE for renewing, invigorating, mill beautify nig the II AIIi, removing Inn scurf, iliinilriiir, anil all directions of thu sculp, mill curing eniptium mi (he skin, disease! of the gliniiU, in ii fc I ci and integniiieiils, uinl re lievini: Btinu' nuts, bruins, s p rn i hb, ic. With tins prepariitinii 'there it no such word as fail.' Thr first journal in Ainerien, nirtlictil iim'M of llie liitliesl eminence, prominent citizens of all prol'i'i-Miiiis. and linlies who hiivo nsuil it for ji'iim in tin ir dressi'tii; rooina ami imrn rii s, ai'rnii with lino accord, that fur imiinrliiig vigor, t-'lnS9. Iiixnriaiicn and curl to (lie hnir, crailicntiiig icnrf mid daiulruir, hen lint; wnniiils, curint; enntusions, Fpraiiu, slinu?, 1 -. n,i riivi,, ii. ,.,.. r ti, ,1, the p,,and tho imiscIis, it hnsimrniiiil iinwna the n.'iillituilt! of coiiipounils iidvcrtifi d in the puhlio prtu I or used in private, pracliec. In cbrapuess a well n tfiienny, Harry's Tricn- pliernim is unrivalled. The immense cnh I Bales of the articli! have ennlileil the inventor to sii.p!y it at retail, l 35 cents per bottle. ,1111111 in ii .i.' ... ,"w ill. ires iiiiiii inw price of any other piepariitinn for the hnir now in use . The scientific treatise on the hair and the skin, fembracing valuable directions for the culture and preservation of Nature's choicest ornament.) " which each bottle is enclosed, is nlcne worth the money. The infinity between lie membranes which constitute the skin, ntiii the hair which draws its sustenance from thistriplc envelope is very close. All diseases of tl'P hnir oriu'iui.tn in the skin of the head. If the pores of the r.nlp are cIol'l'ciI, or if tho blood and ntner lloiils do uol circulate freely (liioueh t lie emu 11 vessels w hich feed the root with nioif.t in r, oriit impart life to the fibres, tlie result is scurf, ilamlriff, sheihlinic of the hair, pray lies?, drt nes mid I arsbness of the ligaments, and entire halitnr"-s, as the ease ma y be. Slnnii. bite the skin to healthful action with (he Trienpbetiuis. and the torpid vessels, reenver iiijj t.ieir nclivity, will nniiiliilate the disease. In all aiTeclions of the skill, mid of the silo. iratn nf musnles and integument, the process and the elfect nre th'i same. It is upon the skin, the muscular fibre . and the frlanil, that the Trieopberoii has its spinifio action, mid in nil affections and injury of the (truant, it is a snvereicn renieov. Sobl in larsre bott'es, nricp 2."i cents, nt (he principal oll'iee, 17 Urnadwav, New Vurk, nml by the principal IMerchnnts anil I irir.'ne. throuc'inut the I'nited States and Canaila. For sale hv f'.F.O. W. ROSS i. CO., Afhpns. April -1, IN5I -2m 13i New Goods -New Goods! 'MMl E subscribers would call llie alien. lion of Merchants (loins business in G-orsia. Alabama and Tenuessee, lo their extensive assortment oT Fan t u tf?ti?.v, Comprisina a lare eollpciion of Combs, Rmtons, Pins. Np-HIps, Pocket Books, Port Mutinies, .Susppnilprs. Otion and Silk Purses, Ladies' Hells, Black and Colored Sewin" Silk. Spool Thread of all colors and at nil prices, Flax Thread. Braids and Tapps, lorreihpr wnb Hair. Shop and Clolh Pru-hes, Tooth Brushes, Nooks and Eves, Beads, Necklaces, Fancy Soaps, Peil'iinip rv nrd Hair Oils of every style and quajny. Together wiih Hooka ami Stationery, Such a School Books. Blank Books, Let ter and Cap Paper, PaMe Boards, Steel Pens. Quills, Gold nnd Silver Pencils. Also, a large stock ol Wrapping I'rtpcr manufactured atnnrown Factory in Somb Carolina. Our stock is now so extensive I Ii ii 1 it would he imposshle to sive a list ol one hall the article kppt by the subscribers. Bo' wp can only say to merchants from the above Siaips, to giip ns a call as we are determined lo "tTer "otitis al lower prices and upnn as favorable terms as can be cot in New York. AM orders bv mail or oth erwise, will hp promptly attended In. and thp utmost carp taken to send such articles as are desired and al the same prices as if purchased personally. DUNHAM &. BLAKELY. Auriisia.Ga., Feb. 14. 1851 tf 125 Steam Iron Railing. MORE & GALLAGHER, Maniifaclurer$ nf Jinn Hailing, and Iron Founders, Cor. of Ridge Uoad and Broad St., l'hiladelphia, VtTOULD call the attention of purchas- eis lo iheir elegant assortment ol Wrought and Cast Iron Ratlin? for Ceme lenes. Balconies, Veran.las, Railing for Churcl es. Public and Private Buildings, Public Squares, &.C., logeihei with all kinds of plain and O naon nial Iron Work. Mure & Gallagher's Book of Original De signs, containing Ihe best selection of de signs that has ever been issued, will be sent to anv person who may wish to make a selection. Feb 28. 1 851 3m 127 Medical Notice. DR. SA3ILELn. JORDAN, Athens. Temk., A VINO removed back to his former resi dence in the vicinity nf the "Bic Snriiu," ofTi rt his professional services lo bit friends and the public leuerally. April II, IH51- tf 133 Chancery Court nt Athens, Insolvert Bill. John Scruggs and James Forrest, Admin istrators ol Albert G". Rice, dee'd, vs. The Widow, Heirs and Creditors of A. G. R;ce, dee'd. IN this cause John Scrufgs and James Forrest, Administrator of the estate of Alheri G. Rice, dee'd, having filed iheir hill in ihe Chancery Conn al Athens. Mc Minn county. Tennessee, thereby declaring be insolvency ol said estate, and lor the purpose of selling the lands of said estate for the satisfaction of Ihe debts, and for an injunction and publication as to non-resident creditors; and front an allegation in said b II. the creditors nf said es'ate are hereby enjoined from sueing said Admin istrators, and all proceeding's in relation lo the settlement of iheir said Administration in the County Court nf Mc.Minn county is hereby enjoined, until llie mailers and t tunes contained in said bill shall be fully heard and determined on in aul Chancery Couil; and all inose niving claim against said es tate are hereby notified In Die them properly amhemicaied and in die lime, with Ibe Cleik and Master of raid Court. WM. LOWRY, C.&.M. April 23, 1S51 6t Pi'a fee f 0 135 Mail Line from Knoxville 10 DALTON. TAYLOR, BRIDGES & JACKS0XS, HAVING obtained llie conlracl for carryins Ihe Mails Irom Knoxville m, .i,.. r... r..,, iara (rum the first IU 1 1 Oil , ll'l iwi" ' , 1 1 nl! v inform the eked niiiiiiii inai iiitJir hp will uc vii ... t: tl l.A mu ctlfir with Ni). 1 Troy Coaches, fine Horses, .... .1 and sober, good unvers, ami no ini xoense will be spared to carry passensers through with cotnfnrl and salcty. llns rome traverses n benutilul nmi iniereennss section ol'coiintrv.i-mbractng iIip Of nee and Hiwassee valleys, and travelers will ceitain y find it to Iheir ndvninaae to take ibis line. On ibis line for the South, interseciin" the Western nnd Atlan'.ic l'.'iilrnad. nl Palion. passengers will leave Knoxville nt G A. M., dailv. except Sundays, nnd arrive niDaltonby GA. M. next day; tbnt is, in time to take llie Cars South. Going North Hie Coaches will leave Dal lon nt 7 P. M., daily, except Sundays, and arrive nt Knoxville by 7 P. M. next days, running ibrough Clevela'.id, Charles Ion, Cnlhoun, and Athens daily, and ibrough Madisonville. Maryvillp, Philadel phia and Campbell's Station, every other day, (that is. three limes n week by Madi sonville and Maryville, nnd three times by Philadelphia. Blair's Kerry and Campbell's Station.) making daily arrivals nl Knox ville, and nrrivitia and deporting1 at the last named place so ns to accommodate travel ers coming ft o ni llie East or going in thai direction. 1'hey repeal that no pains nor expense will he spnred to ensure the safety nnd conOort of passengers, nnd t lie y hope to receive n share ol public pntrnnnge. Their stands will be at the best houses in (he country, nnd iIip sinpe fare reasonable. AthensJune 14, 1 850-if 90 Hew Goods at Calhoun. J. !i.WELLS BS now receiving nt lu new Ptore in Cnl hniin.it general stock of (nm's suitable for the season, comprising Dry Goods, I'eady Made Clothing, ll:ts. Caps, Holiliets, Hoofs, Shoes, Hardware nnd U tlcry, Qui enswnre, t!rnceries,&c., which h i proposes to sell for (lush or country produce, ut niodintlo nnd uniform prices. Calhoun, March 21, IPM-om 130 Br, Jayne's Medicines, AN iissoriio. nl o!' Dr. JAYKK'S highly popular Medicines, just received nnd for sale by S. K. UEEDiat. Oet.SoJP'jO. 109 BoItin'tiolhiT! V"UMBERS G, 7,' 8 nnd i), of the best ' brands, just recpivpd nnd for snip low. M c K VV EN & GILLKSPIli. Oct. 23. 1850-tt 109 Nails and Brads ",? KEGS of ihe very best Cumberland, Pennsylvania, Nails and Brads, jusi received and for sale by Nov 8. '50 G. VV. ROSS Si CO. Make no Belay! A LL persons indebted to the house of II Tr COX, Athens. Tenn., piiher by note or account, nrp hpreby requested lo make immediate CASH payment, thereby savins Officer's costs. Further indulgence can nol and will not beeiven. JOKL K. SHOWN, Assent. Nov. 29. 1850 if 114 Rags! Rags! e)ff Af) LBS. of clean Cotton and m,J jvVU Linen Rags wanted, for which a liberal price will he ffiven, by Jan. 3. 1851 S. K. KEEDER. Leather, Leather! A LOT of superior UPPfcR and SOLE LEATHER on hand and for sale low al J. McGAUGHEY'3. Nov. 8. 1850 111 Groceries for Sale. JZf( BAGS Rto, Miracabo and Java J VU cflVe; luOhhu's. Muscovado, Porto Rico, and Si. Croix Sugar; 200 boxes and barrels Loaf, Crushed, Powdered and Clarified Sugar; 170 hhds. Molasses; 200 boxes Manufactured Tobacco, sss'd, 25 chests Hyson, Imperial and Black Tea; 50 tons Sweedes, Bar, Hoop, and Band Iron; 1400 kegs Nails and Brads; 2000 lbs. Cast, Gertnau and Blister Steel; 5000 sacks Salt; An assortment ol Spices, Soaps, Can dies, tiun Powder, Shot, Uar Lead, Buck, els, Brooms, Liquors, &c. BAKER. WILCOX & CO Aususta, Aug. 10. 1850 if 99 2,000 Laborers Wanted. riMlF. UNDERSIGNED wish to employ 1,000 Irish Laborers, 500 Native bora Laborers, and 500 Negroes, To work on the Nashville and Chain nooga Railroad. MURDOCH & TOWNSEND, Contractor. Dec. 13, 1850 If I1G To those who have been in the Service of the United States since the Revolution. rpHE undersigned being familiar with all the Executive rules and regulations, and the character of proof necessary to en able those who have been tnpaged in the service of the United States since ihe War of ihe Revolution, lo have iheir claims for Pensions, Bounty Land, Arrearages of Pay and Extra Pay, &e.. lo one or all of which many persons are entitled, properly prepared lor adjudication before the De. panmenia al Washington, respectfully in vile Ihe attention of such In an interview with ihem, where they may learn some-, thing to Iheir advantage. Those who have been injured by sickness or otherwise while in the service of the United Slates, are enti. led lo a Pension. Many clainia are lost for want ol proper steps al the outset, or by being prepared by an inexperienced per son. Our charges are moderate. Residence one mile and a hall above Calhoun, Mc Minn county, Tenn. john hambright, h. Mcdowell McELRath. Aug. 2, 1850-tf J7 Ocoee Male Academy, BEJVTOJV, TEJVJY. ''HE Summer Ni ssinn at this popular ' IftSlillltlmi Wl I I fxt.i, itiunca nn 1V.1 . v .............. .. . ,,, V.UI,1,I,LI..L' ,f ,IUIJ,1 the 5th of May, under the superintendence of W. J M. Maskam.. The Trustees considei Mr. Maskall's qualifications as nn instructor loo well known lo need any coiiimenilniion from them. The Institu tion is furnished with a Library and Ap )iirailis is eiluaied in a healthy and moral village, and oilers inducements rarely to be met with by pareuis wishing lo educate Iheir sons. Terms ns moderate ns nt any institution of Ihe tsame grade. Boarding can be had low al ibe Hotels or in respectable families. By order of the liuaid, WM. E. McCONNEI.L, Pres't. W. B. Reynolds, Sec'y. Apnl 18. I85IH 134 JjjJHead Quarters ijjjjj Hardware t Hardware ! WESTERN nnd Southern Merchants visinng Philadelphia, nre most re spectfully solicited to call and examine our very extensive nnd well selected stock of Hardware, Guns, llijlrs. Pistols, Plated Saddlery, nnd every oilier variety, thai can be "mind in nnv other House in the UNITED STATES, lo which we invite vour particular attention, belore purchasing elcwhere. TRTJITT. BROTHER &Cn.. An. C9.V(irlict sired, Philadelphia. April 18. 1851-Gi 134 Kats, Boots and Shoes. Iff U ST received bv OiiAHKoiin t Dopson, a superior lot of Hats, from the finest Mole skin down to the cheapest Slriuv. Also, a fine lot ol Hoots and Mines whicti they tvill sell "us cheap ns the cheapest." April 25, 1851 tf 135 Fresh rug s. rjpill'i subscriber is now receiving n fresh supoly of DIU'US, in which are several articles which have not been brought lo this market before. His stock will consist id Paints, Stains, Dye-stuff, and Oils, (among which is the Cod Liver Oil,) Perfumery, Chemicals and Patent Medicines. Ho has taken great pains this Spring to have brought on every article, that would be called fur in this market. Grateful for pnst fav.irs hi solicits a con tinuance uf public patrunuge. IV 51. BURNS. Athens, April 11, 1851 tf 133 DOCTOR YOURSELF! For 25 Cents I BY niesns) nf the POCKET ESCULA PlUS.nr, Every one his iiovn I'bvsician! thir tieth Edition, with up wards of a hundred en gravings, showing pri vale diseases in every shape and form, nnd malformations ol the generative saystem, BY WM. YOUNG, M. D. The time has now arrived, that persons suffering from eecret diseases, need no mora become the victim ol quackery, as by the proscriptions contained in ibis bonk any one may cure himself, without hindrance lo business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense. In addition lo the general routine of private disease, it lully explains the cause of manhood's enrly decline, with observations on marriage besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints. SCJ Any person sending twentvtive cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of thin book, by mail, or five copies will be sent lor one dollar. Address, "Dr. Young. No. 153 Spruce street, Phila delphia." Post-paid. ICjP Dr. Younq can be consulted on any of Ihe Diseases deserihed in bis differ ent publications, at his OfTicp, 152 Spruce strept, every dav hptwccit U and J o cluck, (Sundays exceplPtl.) Oct. aa, ie&u ly iuy Why will you Suffer. THOUSANDS of bottles of the AMF.RI CAN COMPOUND hnve hpen sold dn rin? Ihe past year, and was never known to fail of Lurine. in a few t'ays, the worst cases of certain delicate diseases. Siniinal weak ness mid all di. eases ol the Urinary Organs. Persons afflicted using this pleasant and popu lar remedy, need fenr no exposure, as it leaves nn odor nn the breath, requires no restric tions in diet or business contains no mercu ry or noxious drugs injurious to the system, nnd is adapted to every nee, sex or conili- lion. Ilia also the best remedy known for Flour Albas, or Whites, (feinnlc complaints) with which thousands suffer, without the knowledge of a remedy. This celebrated remedy has long been Used in the private prnctice of a physician with unerring mccess, radically curing ninety nine of the hnnd-ed cases in a few dnyi. Around each bottle are plain and full descriptions. fjrT-CAUTION. Ask for the Americnn Compound, and pltchase only of the Agents. Observe that the genuine hns Ihe written sig nature of the proprietor, mid the name blown in the bottle. Price 91, For sale by G. W. ROSS 6c CO., Athens, Tenn ., nnd by Druggists in all large towns in tnc stare. March 14,1851 ly 129 LADIES WALKING SHOES. ' "tT ID and Goat the very best article, and very cheap. Nov. 29. JACKSON & LILLARD. No Cure No Pay! THE undersigned has permanently located himself in Cnlhniitt MMinn.nMni. which place be has opened an Office for the ii.u.n v. iirnnii uu.inis ,iir jiii persons Who haG chillis Hirnilis. the (2n.iirnn.jihl I"... - r . .... Pensions, Bounty Lands, Pay proper. Extra Pay, Pay for lost Horses, mid every other de scription of claims for adjudication before the Departments at tt ashington. f le is well pre pared, having nil the Pension Laws, and all theExcutive Regulations, to direct him in preparing claims, and in addition twenty j , ...., ...i ... uusiiiets. mi chnrgps shall be moderate. .Many claims are loft oil Mi-i-nmit nf m'.., i ... ... ,, ,,,, ,,, lllrxie. ricncpd persons. Call and see dim. No cbaree fur full inn- ali.i... rn... .1.. O SAMIil r lenni-n i ffsm.1 . Aog SlgSO-j Ju, m HOTEL, ATI1EJYS, TENN. Geo. W. Mayo O ASreniovedto the large Brick Tnvern on tho Puhlio Square, heretofore occu pied hy James S. Bridges, Esq. , where he is prepared to uccimniodute the traveling pub, ho. fllarch R.lgsn tl 76 Medical Notice. WM. C. NICE, M. D., OFFKHS his professional services to hit friends and th- public generally. Alhpms March 14, 1851 tf 129 Mc die afNotice. DR. M. It. MAT. PR. J. P. PATTOff. DRS. MAY & PATT0N T.TAVINU associated Themselves in llie practice nf Medicine, resnecllully ten der their professional service tn the public. In critical rases, when required, boln will be in aileodance without additional exppnse. March 7. lWI-lf 128 DR. E, D, GILBFRTT FWAVING located at DECATUR, Tenn,, lenders his professional services In the citizens nl Meigs and the adjoin ins: counties. Oflire. on the W est side of the I'ublic Square, whpie he may be found at limes, unless professionally absent. Decatur. June 7. ItfoO I) 89 C E 0. 17. BR I DGSS ATTORNEY AT LA W, Athens, F.ast Tknnemee, raRACTICKSin Ihe difTcrenl cnimlies cum a posing the Third Judicial Circuit wit attend to the collecting anil securing of claim and will give his undivided attention to ul business entrusted tn his care. Miirc.h3.1H4!) tf 23 WM. T. BLACKWELL, Attorney aiid Councilor at Law ATHENS. TENN., Lpractico in the Courts of the Third icial Circuit. Ho can hn found nl the ofiicp of Ihe Circuit Court Clerk. Aug 2.1, 1650 tf 100 J. B. II0YL, lltorntiy at Law, Benton, East Tennessee, t WILT, prnclice in the different counties Rnmnnsinir tbn Third Tttilininl r'iprnil . mil will give uiidivided attention to ull busi- . . . . i . . uess enirnsieii io nis care, lie proposes to Ht tend promptly to the claims of SOLDIERS, on reasonable terms. Ollice first door Knst of tho Post Office , October 25, IrtSII-tf 109 LA W NOTICE. VAX dykeTutjampbelii m NIXON VAN DYKE nnd THOS. J. -- CAMPBELL, Ja., having entered into partnership in the practice ol the law, one or both of them may nt nil times he found at their ollice. in A Ihens, next dr.or to thp store of John McOaughy, unless ubient attending lor Loin i. Aihen.Jan. lSJfl-tf 17 BARER TlL(lfl Wholesale Grocery .lltrciantn, Auquita, Ga., KEEPcnnstnntly on hnnd a large and well selected stock in their line, which thev will tell at Ihe very lowest market prices. All orden shall have Iheir ver besl care, ami pnrticulnr attention given to shipping in good order. They will make exchanges nnd nt tend to remittances for their customers free of chnrge. Bacon , Lrrd, Feathers, &.C., received on consignment, or told at the highest market price. March 31, 1B51 (im 130 LIN & BRANTLEY, Warehouse anil Commission Merchant, Atlanta, Ga., "1VTILL attend to the ptirchnse or sale of Cotton and Provisions of all kinds, for customary commission. ami liberal advances always made on any article, in store. JOSEPH 0. BHANT1.EY. March 14,1H51-ly sees II. LIN.- 12!) Thomas W. Fleming, Commission Merchant) Continues lo do business on Mcintosh street, Augusta, Georgia, And solicits consignments ol Produce Sept. 27, IS50 ly 105 Baker, Wilcox & Co. WHOLESALE GRO CER Y J1ER CHANTS, Augusta, GEonotA, KEEP constantly on hand a Inrge and well assorted stock of Sugar, Coflee, Salt, tVc, whirh will be sold ut Ibe very lowest marka prices. vSllordersshall hnve caieful alter., tion. IT Bacon. Lard and Feathers recpivpH on consignment. July 21), Ift49 tf 43 A. WELLES & CO.. Grocers & Commission Merchants, SAVANNAH, GA., 1 AVE constantly onhand a Inrge stock in their line nnd solicit orders therefor. Their n.irfielllnr .tf en. inn i, irl..n . - . I " IV. . . - , 1 " U UIQ sale of Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Flour and urnin. .my parry ae.inng information in regard to the 8avannnh market will meet with prompt attention. J line 7, IPSO ly gg New Hat and Cap Warehouse. J. taylorTjr., & CO., WHOLESALE AMU RETAIL DEALERS IR Hats, Caps and Bonnet$ Opposite Wright, Nichols & Co., Broad street, Augusta, Ga. JOSEPH TATLOR, JR. I JOHN W. COSH it. Augusia, Feb. 23. 1851 ly 127 Hardware. " J. & S. BONES k CO., ' AUGUSTA, GA., IMPORT PR mo rm AS.H, M nnuuKALERU f FORLlGXk DOMESTIC HARDWARE, oa.w.yson nand a good assort. " mem in their line, which ibey wills ell on themosl favor-hl. . ' wiuieil ...... mini; on tbe most favnrnhla .arm. AUgusla, reb. 28, 1851-ly 127