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Valuable Farm for Sale
THE subscriber wihc to sell that valua ble property known a. the CEDAR SPRIXG FARM, situated 9 miles South-west of the town of Athens, and is one mile and a half from the line olthe East Tennessee and Georgia Rail road. The tract contains tome Three Hundred and Filly Acres, alioiu 125 of which are cleared and under cultivation. The land is well fenced. There are several first rate Springs on t, a good Dwelling House, Bam and Outhouses. 1 he soil is good, nnd a more desirable location can not bo found in uny country. The terms will be made accommodatinp. For further information apply to the subscn ber, at Athens, Tenn. RaJA0KSO!f. Athens, Nov. 7, 1851-tf 163 HARDWARE. COURTNEY & TENNENT, No. 35 Havne street, CHARLESTON, SO. CA., ARE now opening direct from England, a very tplendid slock of Hardware. Cutlery. Gun$. e., purchased by one or their firm in person, for cash. Merchants visiting Charlesion will nnd it to their interest lo call and examine their stock, which they offer on tht raostfavora bin terms. ... Kent 5. 1851 6m 154 "Musical Academy. rntlft Fourth Session of this Institution will commence the first Monday of September next, and close the last Saturday of January. There will be an intermission during Christmas week, making a session of 21 weeks. This Institution is still under the care nnd direction of Protessor G. R. Knabe. It is unnecessary lor us to speak of his qualifications as Ihey are undoubted, and Hie proficiency of hir pupils show him lo be one of the first Teachers in the South. TERMS: Piano Forte, per session, 22'nn For use of Instrument, .,00 L"ssons on the Violin, Flute, and all the Wind Instruments, 20,00 Instructions in Musical Composition, 2j,00 P. S Those having Piano Fortes in Athens will be waited on at their residences if desired. Athens. Ausust 1. 1851 if 149 LIN & BRANTLEY, Warehouse and Commtttlo Merchant, Atlanta. Ga., XTU.Ij attend to the purchase or snlo of Cotton und Provisions oi an annus, ior customary commissions, nnd liberal advances always made on any articles id nure. JOSKPH S. BRANTLEY. RBE8 II. Ll MHreh 14. 1851 IT 12 NewFall&Winter Goods GEO. W. ROSS & CO., HAVE just received the largest Stock for the Fall Trade they have ever offered in the nlace.nnd will thank their customers and the iiublio eonerally to give them n call, as suring them that tho prices shall suit the scarcity of money, as the Goods were bought mi usually low, and will be sold the same way for Cash or Troduce, down. As to articles nnd prices they can't give any description, hut they have nearly every thing usually brought to this market, and will sell a little nin limn ninr Oct. 3, 1831 tf 13 $50 Reward! I WILL give the above reward of Fifty Dollars for the apprehension and delive ry to me at Athens, Tennessee, a Negro hoy named ELIAS. Said boy is of a mo. latto color, aged about twentv years, five feet five inches high. Said Negro is said to be smart and sensible. Or I will give the sum of Twenty-five Dollars if caught and secured in any Jail in the United States so that I can get him. He was raised at or near Tellico Plains, in Monroe county, Tennessee, and is supposed lo be in that part of the country. JAMES W. GRI3HAM. Executor nf Philander Wright, deceased. Athens, fen.. Sept. 15, 1851 tf luG Just Received at the Drug-Store, 1 I NTS Flake White, White and Red Lead, Prustan Blue, Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Rose Pink, Turkey Um ber, Venttian Red, Spanish Brown, Terre Seanna, Yellow Ochre, Copal Varnish, Coach Varnish. Medicines Turkey Ru barb, English Calomel, Sand's Sarsaparilla. Stains Camwood, Red Sanders. Dye Stuffs Indigo and Madder, Copperas, Alum, Blue Vitriol, Extract of Logwood, Logwood Chipped, Redwood, Nicarauga Wood, Cochineal, Verdigris, Anneito, Starch, White Glue. Oils Cod Liver Oil, Sweet Oil, Castor Oil by the gallon, Spirits of Turpentine, Venice Turpentine, Seidlttz Powders, Dr. Jaynes Medicines, American Worm Killer, Fray'n Vermifuge. Instruments Tooth Keys, Trusses, Fe- -..1. QnnnnHM, Thl.mh F.Bneala E!,,h'. Utility ..IU''.''-1'J - m Crown, Spring Lancets, American, Me talic and Glass Malea, Female Syrringeg, Cupping Glasses, Nipple Shells, Metalic Nipple Shells, Breast Pipes, Nursins Bot tles, Camel's Hair Pencils. Sable Hair .t - T . . rl Pan A i la D . i n . O L Graduate Measures, Glass Funnels, Spat. ..I.. Jir .1 . i. Anrl MnrliN M.KI , las. &e. WM. BURNS. May 9. 1851 tf Kff FRANKLIN HOUSE. 4 doors above Gould and Darkly. 1 above V. Kiltneni, ana 4 ueloxt liuford. Bale Co., Broad Street, - - - - , " rpHIS Hotel is lituated in a business pan et House to the Depot Georgia Rail Road. The proprietor will be pleased to set his friends and the traveling public generally, promising on hie part nothing shall be wanting lo make them comfortable and their stay agreeable. Price of Board per dav $1,25. V. ti. UAMqLi, Pronrietor. Jas. A. Weaver, of Tenn., Jimttant. Reference J, H. Lowry and Brother, f Ten ste. Sept 12, IS5l-6m 155 Entirclsnwlins tn A-t nf rmTOM, In ttan WW (Jflta of Uio VMri-l C.urt f..r tliu hulerii PMrk.1 nf IVnnnylTsnls. Another Scientific Wonder ! Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S GREAT DYSPEPSIA CUIIEBI THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR GASTRIC JTJICJ3. IM.'VI. T. ,ir llin fourth Stomach of the Ox, after directions of Baron l.irnt.i, t;e lMiysio ogici i v .:. ., UJ J.S. How.nnN,M.l. Philadelphia, Tn. This is n truly wnnilcriui ri'mci.y u.. y-- OESTlON, DvUM'.fSIA, JAIJM"' t; PLAINT, I 'nNml-ATlOS, HUH after Nature's own mrll.od, by lSi.ture own Agent, theGnatrio Juico. Half a tcaspoonfal of Pf.pun, nf.isod in water, will dieostor dissolve, Five rousns of Roast IIbkf iu ubout two uouits, out ol tlie stomnch . , PKPrilX is tho chief clement, or f.rcnt l. ecstins Principle of the Gastric Juice the Solvent of the Fond, the Piirifyinp, Prnserv inR, and StiiniilniiiS Aiienl of the and Intestines. It is extracted from the Di ecstivc Stomnch of the 0.t, thus lorniing an Artificml Digestive Fund, precisely like the nnturul Gasliic Juice in itsGhnmici.l powers, and fiirnisliim? A i:impi.f.te anu i t.mr.-i , STiTUTBfor it'. Hy tluMiidofthisprepiiralinn, the pains and evils of Indigestion mm pepsiu ore rei..ivc:d,just as they would lie bi ll hcullhy Sioiimch. It isdi.in? wonders for Dyspeptics, curing cases of Debility, Kini.em tion Nervous Decline, nnd Dyspeptic ( oil sumption, supposed to he on tho verge of the grave. Tho Scientific Evidence upon i which it is based, is in the highest degree CUUIOUS and UKM ARKAHI.E. SCIEKTIEIC El 7KJN"CK! Baron f.n ma in his celebrated work on Animal Chenus. trv.suys: "An Artificiiil Digestive Haul, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be readi ly prepared from tho iiucous mrmhranu ol the stomach of tho full, in which vnnons articles of food, as meat anil rgs, will be suflem-cl, changed, and digested just in the mine man ner as they would be in the human stomach.' r -...... .-nlniilile untinirs on the " Physiology of Digestion," observes that "a diminution of the tine quantity ofthe Gastric ... . i ..M ....... t,;iitiT iiiien II IIIIIMI (.IIMI n an i.v -j j Juice is n prominent and all-prevailing cimse of Dyspepsia;" and lie states that "a distin guished protessor ot luisnicinu was severely nfllicted with this coinpluint, finding every thing else to fail, hud recourse to .-. ..i-L.inil r.nm flir slnni- incuasinc jiiiu, - - - achs of living nnimals, which proved com pletely successful." Professor Dunomsos, of tho Jefferson Col l m.:l..ll..l.:.. ... I, o irrrnl tvork Oil IIU man Physiology, devotes more thiin fifty pages ril,i. nliiirt. His ex- IU HII KAlllllUIHll"". " , ..,,n, iir rtcniiiiinnt. on the tinslnc Juice, obtained from tho living human stom ach and from animals, nrc well known, "in nil cases," ho says, "digestion occurred as per fectly in tho artificial as thu mitural tligcs. tiolis." ...... As.i nrsPEPSht cun Kit, ur. nocoii. ton's PEPSIN has produced tho most roar- ...i r.... : titi nf Dnill.lTV. VUIOIIH :lll:ll, 111 .-.i.,j. - - KnAriATioN, Nkiivoi-8 Di.t i.isK, and Dvspkptic Consumption. U is impossible lo give the lie tails of cases in the limits of tins advertise ment! but authenticated cernue .ie m..vp been ejven of more thi.n 771 O HUMtlihU R EM A li AVI II L E CUHESin Philadelphia, New Vork and lloston, alone. 'I hose nre nearly all desperate cases, nnd the cures were not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent. 11 is a treat Ni nvous Antidotk, nnd par ,:..l...l ..D.,rl rVir lmnlinr.v lo Billions Dis- order, Liver Complaint, Fever und Ague, or .. '. . . ' I . .! ,1... nf hadly trealeil r ever aim njire. r n..in;.,o !Vlirriirr . and other (UUCP upon the Digestive Organs, nflcr a long sick ness. Also, Inr excess in cniing ""' "" r... ...n r r,l..ni nirils. It almost recon ciles II KA I.TII wit ll INTKMPKRAN' K. OLD STOMACH uumi'1jii ti , f.,r, r Olil Slomnch t'omnhiintl which it docs not seem to reach nnd remove ut once. No mnttci how bail tney may ne. it Gives Instant Ri:mef! A sixbi.k iiosk k MOVKS Al.l. TIIK I NPI.KASANT s vsi ptoms . and It only needs lo he repealed ror a short lime lo ir r I noil trrni ir,,rls nerm.ment. Purity of lllond, nnd Vigor of Body follow nt once. It ispiiriiciihirly csceiieni in cuses oi .mium ,., ' (..,., na Snri'iiess of the nit of the Stomach , distress alter eating, low, cold state of tho Illood , Heaviness, i.owness oi opinis, Despondency, Kuinciation, Weakness, ten dency to Insanity, Suicide, tee. Dr. Hoc-chiton's I'kpsin, is soiii ny nunrij nu the dealers in fine Drugs and Popular Medi cines, throughout tho Fluted Slates. It is prepared in Powder and in Hum lorm -ami in Prescription vials lorinc use oi rnyticinns. fRIVATP. ClRrui.ARfl ior me ii-n oi rnji-i- eiiins. n.nv he nhlllllieil Ol IU. Ilnllcnion or It.. Ai.n.if. iln.rihinc the wliole nroccss of preparation, and giving the authorities upon WHICH llie cinuns oi ui -' imnuj based. As it is Nct a Sk.ciif.t Rrtirnv.no ohicction can be raised againstits use by Phy sicians in rspectble standing nnd regular Pnin nK I) It. I, A If ner bolt e. , , , i, 1 1 . v. . - , I t-i nnvr ll r ;.- THIS 'Kverv hotlln of the genuine ri'.l'SIlM nears ine wriuen ,ignn. llirC Ol J . 111,1 1,11 I i'l. IV. , r..n prietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy-right and Trado Mark secured. rrT- Sold by all Druggists and Uealcs in Medicines. For sale by GF.O. W. ROSN & Co., Athens. John Stasfikmi & Bo . Philudclpbia. IIcriiks fc RF.VNcii.ns, Henton. V. K. Pickf.ns, Cleveland. Sent.m, 18.-.I--IV 15fi Wool Carding-New Machine fpilE subscrilier respecliuliy inlorms me m. n.irii; . V, f 1 1 hits slnrted n New Wool Caiumn'i Ma. h:nk, nt his old stand, 9 1-2 miles fast of Aliens, nnd prepared to Lard Wool into Rood Rolls at the usual prices. The Machine was made on nn Engine Lathe, r - .i anil IS Ol a vcrj aiivriiir ,.ini ii..,rii. JlCM'.ril MA.IIllilU.l. Hnmilton's X Roads, ) McMinnco., Aus.23,lS.'.l.S tf 153 Boots and Shoes TACKSO.Nts.Lll.LARD havjust re-- ceired a fresh supply of fine Boots and Shoes. July 4. 1851 t. masdeYlavton, m. d., HAVING permanently located at CAL IlnnrV T.nn . ro.n.nir.illn n.nrTu.. his professional services to ihe citizens thereof and vicinitv. hoping by strict atten tion lo ihe duties of his office, lo be favora bly noticed by those requiring Medical as sistance. Oct. 24, 1S3I-C.H ICl GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO, DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN Foreign nnd Domestic Dry Goods, No. 33 Hayne street, CHJtnhESTO.V, SO. CJt. N. B. Holiing- Clotlis always on hand WM. H. IHLLILAWD. W. D. 01LLIT.AND. 8IDNRV I. HOWELL. JAMES GILLII.AND. IAMF.S H. NICHOLS. Od 31, 1851 If T. F. 5IAS3IS A 0.. COJLVISSIOJV MER CHANTS, .flACON.CA., D) E3PFCTFULLY announce in the r.lerclianis and Produce Traders ol I?naf 't'annsfilpp. tllfll ihev will nivp nrnninl attention o the sale ol all kinds of produce consigned to their care, Macon now affords a good market for Bacon. Fhvr, Beef, Corn, Oats, Hay. Rye Feathers, Butler, Lnrd. Tallow, Irish Potatoes. Dried Fruit, Eggs, On- Inn li'nnl. ee . el. Every attention will be bestowed to give entire satisfaction to those whu may make consignments to this firm. Tl.s enmniiasions nreC5 ner cenl those customary at the commission houses in the city. Produce, to secure ready sate and lair prices, should be (ixed up neatly for transportation and delivered in Macon in enod condition. Immediate returns jcill be ,tla fm n!l fp. 'fi'iViinr nnd neneral information in regard lo the market "Vay be . . tt l.. .i.i - nau, at any nine, uy mii"snii! W.F. HARRIS &rO , Macon, Georgia. References : Phondlpr. TTrene. ti Ik. Co.. Gaines & Co. Chnllnnnntrtil C. Wallace. H. A is It. Gam mon. Gaines ft Co.. Ciaighead & Dead- erick, Knoxrille. Oci.y-1. ICal -tf 101 Hnfston R-lass. 1 )X BOXIisi assorted sizes, just receiv l.w'Jejon Consignment, nnd will be sold nt the ninnufnclurers price?, (and freight.) ivhich is lower thin any Glass of the same quality can he imported. G. V. ROSS & CO., Jgeufs. OeJ. 1851 If 15'J Greats ale of Valuable LANDS, In the vicinity of Chattanooga. rTIHE Brunch Bink of Tennessee at Athens, will sell on the premises, lo l,inl,n.i l.i.lilflr nn I'linrsilAV. the 4lli day of December next, a splendid body of ...I, n.l fn.:ia ln.tu Ittnn in Ihn vieinit I I ll II IIIIU irniiB iiiiivi, ij iiiii ... ..... - of Chattann"sa, Tennessee, containing in all about SIXTEEN HUNDRED AAD EIGHTY ACRES. Tliee lands are situated between the ITnl...;ila nn,l Pli a t la ll nnoo llailrond and ii.aii .me .,,. w.i,. - the great Western and Atlantic Railroad of Georgia the nearest poini oeingaooui one mile from the Depot of each well watered, finely timbered, a large portion under cul tivation, and the whole wall adapted lo farming purpose, and embracing every va riety of soil- The whole will be divided n. t.n, ailmirahte TTarnilt. np will be s"Id in larger bodies if desired by pur chasers. The main thoroughfare from Chattanoo ga lo Georsia, which is a wide, level, well improved highway, runs immediately ihroush the Und;, while? the two RuilioWttg, .f.a n..l.l,A ia.l 1mm T .Bfnllplll, in ItlP direction of Nashville, bounds their out skirls. And taking them all in nil, with their present and prospective advantages they are amongst the best and most desiia ble lands now offered to the public. Terms of Sale : One-tenth of the pur chase money in Cash, and ihe balance in ian anno! annual insia I Irnenls. with inters est, payable on thefi'st Monday in Decem ber ol eacn year. Aiie purcnuser giving bond and security, and a lien retained until the last installment is paid. Refer to R. M. Hooke, I Jas. A. Whiteside, Chattanooga. Elijah Thukman, on the premises. Or to TllOSJ. CAMPBELL,Cash.,Athens. Nov. 7, 1 851 id 163 More New Goods at Calhoun. J. II.TVELIS OAS jusl received Brown, Crushed an Loaf Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrup, Rice, Tea. Salt, Nails, Gun and Blasting Fowder, Dlackshith's Anvils. Hand and Sledge Hammers, Vices, Screw Plates, Rellowses, Drawing Chains, Log Chains, Lock Chains, Streecher Chains, Coil Chain, Pistols, Hoop Iron, Horse Shoes, Hone Shoe Nails, Wagon Boxes, Hand Saws, Cross cut Saws, Mill Saws, Mill C... CJ.. D.mi.,1 a.i.l Vnrniahail Ttiieksla. ' fl ,Y A nr., , null' u .nu . - j Tubs. Saddles. Bridles, Martingales, Col lars.Carpei Bags, Clocks and Fancy Goods, . -. . . ..... r. . V t oi . r an anu vv inier ury uooos, ucois, sno, Hats, Caps, Crockery, Drugs, Medicines, &.C., to which the atitntion of his custom ers and the public are invited. ,CP Wheat, Oats, Corn, Peas, Tobac co. Country-made Jeans, &c taken in ex change for Goods. Calhoun, Oct. 24. 1851 tf 1CI' 0AK-6R0VE HOUSE, W EST END OF ATHENS. TF.JYJV TTMIE undesigned bavin? purchased the residence formerly occupied by Ihe Hon. Spencer Jarnngin, and refitted it with much labor and expense, both in reference to the House nnd in procuring a bountiful supply of pure vaicr, is pieaseu 10 announce to Ms friends unit th imhlin vnnnrnllw fliaS tia will . , n j , " i. spare nn pains in rendering his table inviting itini ,ii. iiii..v i,t.-i,a,,ii nun nj;reeaDie to SUCD n. unuuec iu iu.ui iiim win, ineir PHironnre JAS. W. McSPADDEN. Sept. 19, 1851 tf 156 Notice. rTlIIF. undersigned having obtained letters tettnmcntary on the estate of Gideon Mor gan, deceased, all persons indebted to said estate are notified to come forward and make settlement. Those having claims are required to present them within the time specified bv law, properly authenticated. In mv absence ,. . n n. ... . J iiniicu. mcr.irnin win act as my acent. ANDREW L. ROGERS, Executor. Nov. 7.1S51 3t 1C3 Buckets. Tnhs. Arc. ON hand a large lot or Buckets and Tubs, in..in. m L. mmA m J . . I . -" 'i-"I"' ui.HC, inill aun uiuer ue scnption. and lor (ale low bv May 30, 1351. S. K. REEDER. SAVANNAH AND AUGlfeTA. THE Steamboat Company of Georgia Run the following Steamers, as nuove, vi. DAVID L. ADAMS, (iron,; CHATHAM, (.'ron,; TI10S. S. MKTCALF, TENNESSEE, Which, with tow-boa'3 and lighters, af ford unequalled lacittties for transportation ol freight lo the interior of Georgia, bouth Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama, in con nection with the Railroads. The elegant steam-packet D. L. Adams will connect with Ihe steamships Florida p.nd Alibamc landins freight by them in 5 days from New lorK io ivucusia. Freight, (now taken at reduced rates,) will belorwardedre! of commission. In ore'er to prevent detention or iniscar riase, bills ol ladintr should be addressed to SAM'L M. POND, President, Savannah. Merchandise for the interior to JOHN A. MOOUE, Agent, Augusta. June 27, lS51-ly '4 EG3ENCE OF COFFEE, ONE Package of this Essence will go as far n four pounds of Store Coffee, and Coffee made by this Essence will preserve perlectly the real tnsl3 ol ihe best Smre Coffee, Iml will have a more delicate anil liner flnvor, a finer color, and will certain ly be much wholesnmer for everv person than pure Store Coffee; will also be clear without requiring lo clarify it. Manufactured and for sale, V bolesale and Retail, by Hummel, Roiii.er &. t-o., No. 2i8Callowhi!ISl., above Gib, Phila delphia. For sale in Athens, by . n G. W. ROSS & C O. Jnly2f5 18.r, if M8 Oroceriss. mBOLASSF.S, CulTi-e, Sugar, Nails and all articles hi lnnaina to thnt branch o business by the Wholesale or Reiail. I am selling low for cash or produce. JAS. H. BAIN, Opposite Barren's Hotel. Atiu.8. 1S5I fiin. ) p' "Madisonville Hotel. 'PHIS House, heretofore kept by mv dn- ceased husband, will be coniiinied by me. 1 hope ihe ft lends and customers of my laie husband will continue to extend their patronage lo me. The house shall b" as well kepi as usual, and every exertion used to cive entire snlisfiiciion to al! thai mav caU. AMANDA HOOD. Madisonville, Ati2it I. 85U-tf 149 "Medical Notice. Will. G. NICE, M. D,, OFFERS hia profrsionnl srrvicci Co his friends nnd th public generally. ni i. n iar.i . if IOO lJTwnoticJ':. " VAX DYKE & CAMPRETiT, rfl NIXON VAN Pi KB and TIIOS. J. A a r a iu pnir.l.r.. In., hnvini; entered into - . i ,1 . .......... - -, - partnership in the prncticc of the law, one or I . . j- i. ' .. is I I liinnl hr) lull till 11 I DOln Ol llltJIM umj mi. " t nr; Ail.mii nrivt ilrrtrln thn utnra lliriroiiiur, in rtinviic-, of John MoGuughy,.ink'SJ ubiont attending tne ourip. Atliens.Jiin. 1!J. lP-ia-u w DENTISTRY. Ml. Will. II. COLLINS. OA V1NU permanently located in Athens, t.. lon.luru hia nrolessional services AC.. .,.... ... lo persons needing the aid of a Dentist His experience justifies him in saying that his work cannot fail to give entire satisfac- ill he moderate. Illlll. HI1U IN, VITHIq' -i ..... The Cash will be required in all cases when the worn i execuieci. Athens, July 25, 1851 tt iw Groceries at Reduced Prices, SK. UliriUrMS respecii'iuy iiimriue iu.- friends and the citizens of MrMinn generally, that he will sen tiituuftiiics. r .kii. ha Ima a first rate assortment, nl ihe same prices they can be bought al Dal ...lit, ihe rarrtsne added 00. for the same kind of pay CASH. JuneiiU, I8H1 Bar Iron and Castings ! HHE subscribers navincr leaseu me ipDi nnn IRON WORKS lor a term of years, are now in operation and prepar ed tn fill orders for Bar Iron, follow Ware, Machinery. Slovei.and other Castings Havtn" a large number ui pmicin and experienced workmen in that depart ment, they can supply Castings of all kinds on short notice, ine qaaiuy oi ins iron is unsurpassed by any made in East Ten nessee. i.i .!... ..J Maelnne Shnns siinnlied r UU IIU 1 1 J c wnu - , I I on the most favorable terms of the market. naviug r- ---'-. , r..i...;nM nrlmn m in, various denart- rj ... 1. n.l b lonor eTnerience in lie niaiiuiw"""s - , ments, they would respectfully request a shale O punilC pairnnHcr. May 23, 1851 ly 139 Whv will vou Suffer. nnnOUSANDS of bottles of the AMFRI I i-ivi r-nviPOITIMn hnve hern inld dll- iiivv.vv.- rinrthe past year, and was never known to fail of curing, in a few tfnys, tho worst cases -r nertnin delicae diseases. Siminal weuk- neas and all diseases ot tho Urinary Organs n -Hm:nfl iiainif I his nlnnsnnt und oonu reoll", ''" , lar rtmcdy.need fear no exposure, as it leaves noouoronuie oreuji, iciu,i.. u .... j:.t kn:n.H.Riintiiint nn nrierRil lions in tucn" rv or noxious drugs injurious to the system, and is adapted to every ape, aex or condi tion. It is also the best remedy kaown for . hi.... nr Whites, f female cnninlnints. r ion, - ... .' ih which thousands suffer, without the knowledge of a remedy. This celebrated ... - i... Iu,.n .iced in fhft nrivntn emeu; n ."8 - - - --- . 1 - . : .r. nhvairinn with nnwiiif success radically curinR ninety nine ofthe hund-ed cases in a few days. Around each bottle are clain and full descriptions. v A-T-CAUTIOX. Ask for the Americnn Coropound.and purchase only of tho Afrents. Observe that the genuine has Ihe written sig nature of the proprietor, aud tho name blown in the bottle. Price 1. Forsale by G. W . ROSS & CO., Athens, Tenn .,and by Druggistsin all large townsin the State. March 14, 1651 Jy 129 Forest Hill Academy. J1TIIEJVS, TEJSW. THE Fall and Winter Session of the above Institution will commence on Monday, the 1st of September next, and continue a session of 21 weeks, -jnder iIip superintendence ol Rev. S. Ciiuncii, A.B., nnd Lady. TERMS, PEJi SE.1SIOA': Rnollinir TJendinr. VV filing anu S.?.mtnl A ritlimPtte. 85,00 Written Arithmetic.KnglisiUjrnmc mar, Geonraphy, and the above, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French and Italian Lnncuaaes, tho Higher Mathematics, Mental and Moral Sciences', &c, k.c... 8,00 10,00 Paintins in Oil and W filer ;oiors, Lithocrrnph, MfZ7otint. &c Extra, Embroidery, Wax Flowers and v...:. 10.00 D,UU i i, 1 11 1 1 , . . . Each student will he required to lurnisn one load of wood or its equivalent in money. The Trustees deem it superfluous to say .i .on,lnii(in nl Mr. nnd Mrs. h n y i it imu in .... - Church, as thorough and eflicient 1 eachers, further than lo state thai their eitoris im" far have been nttendf d with success, nnd that we have ctent hope in the prosperity r a.m, unitpr iti nreserff arrflHfilS- ui urn n""Tii i tralion. A ml for ihe enemirasement ol the Teachers ami the sncpefs ol the bcbool, we have decided that tlie-Tuiiinn shall be paid in advnm-e. or one Iml I' in advance, and the other nl the close ol the first hall session, i provided that one week from the time o. enteritis School he considered in advance; and Hint no srbolar be received for less lime than half session, unless providentially prevented from atiendina School, in wh'ch case nllownnees will be made for absences that exceed "ne week. We decide, also, that such Fchnlara r tail lo comply with the above arrannement slmll not be taught lonser than one week Irnm ihe time- of en ti.'rins School. CH. METCALFE. See. An?. 15, lPfll-tf l-rl I. MATTHEWS & CO., AT the Old Stand, one mile South ol Alliens in Ftvle second lo none. June 20, 1851-tf Bait or As 'v7 i 1 c o x, wuni.r.sAi.R GROCERY MERCHANTS, AlI(H'STA,(KOIHilA, f'T EKPnoiistnntly on lititnl n Inrsrc nnrl well V nssorted stuc k of Sii-iir.l'oll'i'e.Snlt.i-r, which will be sold at the very lowest mnrke prices, wlllordcrsshall have cniefiil ullcr.- '"n icon, I.ardand Feathers received on consignment. July 30, lfilii tf -I' Groceries at Wholesale. TITHE snbseribers ben leave lo call iIip at--"- lention of the Merehan's n'- Rast Ten nessee, lo their larce slnel; ofOnOCERIES, which ihev offer nt Wholesale on the must favorable Inrms. Allorders lailhfully and protiiptlv exeeuied. Particular atleiilion paid to consignments of produce. S.. A. & 0. Aususta.tjfl.. June w icm uin- m ATllKJMS, J l'iAJ. G-co. W. Rlayo lASremnvcd to tho largo Rnck Tnvern ontliii Public Siiiinre, heretofore occu pied by J iimes S . Unices, Esq. , where he is prepared to accimnioiiuie i.iciruvciing puu lic. March 8,185011 .0 A GOOD lot ol" Molasses, unsurpassed .'k l. IV,. cnts l.ll July 4. ' BRADFORD & DODSON. GEO. VT. BP2DGES ATTORNEY AT LA IF, ATHENS.EaST TliNNKSSEF, PR CTirF.Pin thcdiireroatnoiiiitiescoin :..Mil.nn,l.,..l Tnitininl C Ti rnnit wil -ntfend lo Uiecollectinciindseciirincofcliiim ....I ..,;ii ..Ii-a lit. iiiifliviited attention to nl biisinessnntrusted tn his care. March 2. IH Iil tl J New Goods -New Goods! flMIE subscribers would call the alien lion of Merchants doing business in Georaia. Alabama and Tennessee, to their extensive assortment of Fane 11 Goods, OomprisitiST a large collection of Combs, Buttons, Pins. Ne-dles, Pocket Books, Port . . . , r, .. , 0, 1 ,. Monnies, wuspenners, uonon nno oiik Purses. Ladies' Dells, Black and Colored Sewing Silk. Spool Thread of all colors nnd at all prices. Flax Thread, Braids nnd Tapes, together wiih Hair. Sline and Clolh Brushes. Tooth Brushes, Hooks and Eyes, Beads, Necklaces, Fancy t-'oaps, Perfume rv ard Hair Oils of everv style and nualiiv. Together with JlooUt and Stationery. Such as School Books, Blank Books, Let ter and i.ap raper, rasie ioarus, oieei Pens. Cluills, Gold nnd Silver Pencils Also, n large slock of t llVcwmfna" Vnntr manufactured at'ourown Factory in South r..jilina fill. C I M O I? I . HAtn Ot. Dlt.nCIV. that it would be impossble to give a list of one nail ine arncies nepi oy ine Fuu-crioers. But we can only say 10 merchants from the above States, to sive us a call as we are determined to offer roods at lower prices and upon as favorable terms as can be gjt K T , . I. ... . I in ixtw 1 orn. oruers uy man or 0111- -.mie. nfill hai n,nmlillv stlanflorl in mnA ine utmost care taken 10 senu sucn articles as are deired and at the same prices as if purchased personally. DUNHAM &PLAKELY. Angiista.Ga., Feb. 14. 1S51 if 125 'T)R. E. D. GILBERT. HAVING located at DECATUR, Tenn.. tenders his professional services to the citizen sol Meiesand iheadjoiningcounlies. Office, on the West side of ihe Public Square, wheie he may be found at times, unless professionally absent. Decatur. June7, 1850 tf 89 A LOT of superior UPPER and SOLE LEATHER nn hand and forsale low at J. McGAUGHEY'S. Kov.S, 1S50 al 11 ; Chancery Sale.' pi iTJRSUANTto n decree of the last term ..f ilia Phnneerv ITniirt at Cleveland, Tennessee, in Ihe cae of Isaac N. Swan and Simeon B Urowder. Administrators of John IN. Gamble, deceased, acainst the heirs and creditors of said John N. Gamble, deceased, I will expose to public sale , on the premises, on Friday, Ihe 12lb day of December next, nil the right, title and in terest which the said John IV Gamble had in and lo the following described tracts of land, to wit : One tract situated in Tollt coun'v, in the 2nd range, east of the basis line, 2nd fractional township, sooth, twen ty sixth section, beinrr the south west quafc ter or said spiinn.hecinning nl the north cast corner of said quarter, running south to Ihe corner, ihenre west to a dead mulbe rv lo the line between William Wiggins una Martin Harper; thence with the conditional line to the said quarter; thence wt!h th line between Mantooth anu said Harper to ihe river; thence up the river to the section line; thence lo the beginning. Also part of the south east rjunrler in the aforesaid sec- lion beninnmg at the north east cornerj thence west 10 ihe top of the ridse; thence down the ridge with a conditional line, between ihe aroremetuioned Witrgins ancf Harper; thence with the said line round with the other line above named, supposed to contain in nil One Hundred and Sixty Acres. .4lso; Forty Acres it being part of section thirty iivp, commencing aunerMomi east corner of the Northeast quarter in range 2. East, fractional township 2, South. Also, Forty Acres of the Northeast quarter of thirty ti ft li section, 2d Pactional town ship South, 2d rinse, East of the basts lino hesinning at the Southeast corner of said quarter, in Polk county, Ocoee l)if trict. One other tract, supposed to le Thirty Acres, more or less, in range 2dt Fast of the basis line, 2d fractional town nhip South, and thirty fifth section being pari ol the Northwest quarter ol said see tiun, commencing at the Northeast corner of the Southwest quarter, and running North tn a large hollow nl Ihe corner of a fence; thence with the said hollow anEail course to iIip West side of the forty acre lot; ihr-nce South in n line; thence E"8l lo ' bp lipinninr said to be in Polk couny, Ocoee District. Tf.iims of Salf.: One third in cash, an I the residue in equal portions, .nn a credit of six and twelve months, secured by bond nnd security, and a lien rrtnincd on the lands until the money is paid. JAMES r.ERRY.C. & M. Oct 31. 1851 -fit Pr fee gll 102 Roots nnd Shoes. AI.AUfiEand well selected stock jusl re ceived, nnd will be sold cheap for Cash or Produce, by G. W. ROSS & C O. Oct. 3, 1851 tf l.r8 2,000 y'ds Home-made Jeans WANTED, foi which the highest mnr kpt price in Goods will be tjjven, by June G. 1851. S. K. REEDER. American liar die are, BLITEN &D01CLASS, MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, No; 5 Platt Street, 77irce rfonrs fram Pearl street, .VEW-i'OJtK, "ITOULD tespecifully invite the alien " lion of the Hardware Trade lo iheir Siock ol Goods, received direct from Ihe Manufacturers, and for sale on favorable terms. New Yoik. July 25. IS5I Cm 148 HOPKINS, KOLB & CO, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Groceries, Sugar, Coffee, Salt, &c, AUGUSTA, GA. Sept. 19. 1851 if 156 Vinegar-Vinegar A FEW barrels of No. I Vinegar for - sale by S K. REEDER. July 4. 145 Hardware. J. & S. BONES & CO., AUGUSTA, GA., IMPORTERS DIRECT AND DEALERS 1W FOREIGN k DOMESTIC HARD WA RE, SAVfc. always on hand a good assort menl in their line, tvhlnh ik.u m.iii -.1 - " m-l niiieci on the most favorable terms. Augusta, Feb. 28, 1851 lv 127 A FEW bushels Timothv Seed for ..I. -ta-hy . S. K. REEDER. Aug. ill, IMl. Land for Sale in Street Water 1 alley, fliwassee Purchase. 'IllE undersigned offers Cor sale a Firm of 1571 acres, lying 4 rr.iles south of Philndelphio, Monroe county, Tennessee, on thclMorganton rood, and within one mil of tho East Tennessee and Georgia Rail rood. Said firm embraces some of ihe heat UnA of raid Valley, which is not surpassed per- L 1... ...ii . m . imp vy any yuiiry in lennessee, tnd ha plenty of limber and about 70 acres in cultivation, watered by a running slresm, with a sufficient portion of pood arable lond to clear. There is a good orchard of early and late peach and apple fruit, a dwelling abnnl 50 by 18 feet, a barn about the same size, &c. It is convenient lo a mill and shops, and more land adjoining van bo had if a larger farm is desired. WM. H. SHAW. Aug. 6. 1P51. 151 Medical Notice. DR. M. R. MAT. DR. J. F. PATTOJT. DBS. MIV &. PITTnv flAVING associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, respectfully ten der Iheir professional services to ihe public. In critical cases, when required, both will bp in attendance without additional expense. March 7. 1S51 if jog New Hat and Cap Warehouse, j. taylobTjb., & CO., WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALERS tM tiatgf Caps, and Bonnet g. Opposite Wright, Nichols & Co., Broad street, Accost. CS. IOSEPH TATLOR, JR. mm, w. co , , Augusta, Feb. 28, 1S51-1 li7 '