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Rogers' Liverwort & Tar.
A SAKE and certain cure for C'oiisiini.lioii
of the Luna. Spitting of I"'1', t'ouilh.
Colds, Asthma, Puin i" the Si.Io. bronchitis.
Whooping Cough.nnd all Pulmonary affections.
FATR UTS FROM CF.RTIFICATKS
Which en., he wi " f" by calling on the
Agent and netting pamphlet:
Mn. A..a Ilni. AsswUnt bur eon I. S .
Xavv Hospital. 'w York, ayw-Pr. Roger
UveYwort and Tar sur.d ease of the n,
distressing Asthma of twenty-si "I,J
ins. Siitned Aoam Iaii.iis
abl w...T.i r-i-., f, '""'"I 1;
says: I had the Consun.pt !' attended with
the most distressing coin:!., and d.schniged
erernl quarts of blood from the Lungs, and
.11 inv friends and physicians gave n.e up to
die. vet a few bottle of Pr. lagers Liverwort
and 'Tar restored me to perfect henltli.I
(iAIIRIKI. IIITEHKAD.
Sworn to a.i.1 subscribed this 28th day of
November, 1814. Hj;
Manor of Cincinnati.
Mr. Child (resides on Sixth' street, two
door west of Smith. Cincinnati.) savs: I liu.l
the pulmonary Consumption, attended wit li a
most distressing eoutrli. which reduced me to
a mere skeleton, and althoii-.'h under the care
of an able phvsician, Prof. Hamsun I con
tinned to mow worse, and slave up nil ho .e
of reeovcrv! At this crisis 1 was persuaded
to trv Pr. Roars' Liverwort and Inr. wlneli
entirely healed my lungs and restored me to
perfect' health, by the Use of n few bottles.
1 Signed Ann Cmu..
Dr. William Riehardy of Cincinnati, says:
Although it. mav eem unprofessional, I reel
unstrained to state that I used Pr. K"f is
Liverwort and Tur in the ease of I harles
Wade, who wi .)ie I'''''""'';1'"
Cuntumplion, with the happiest clloet, alter
the usual remedies had tailed.
Si.-ne.ll liii nAiins, M P.
The folio'" wrlll'" fr"m l'-l'1!',,cih-town,
Kv.:-Your IV. Ko-ers' Liverwort and
....,i MtUf.irlitm ill this place. lr.
Howard prescribes it, and pronounce it one "
tin bent medicine t '. .
K II. llAvrnAiT, Tirutrsrist.
Rev Ifenni HVwtfion. of l'atriot, (iallia
ou.il v. )., writes:-l)r. !:.; Liverwort
and Tar has been the im "f matching my
wife from a premature yrav,..'
J I Signed IlHSHT Wimhia
Mr M'rriwth'r, of Denmark, Tenn., writ es:
Pr. isomers' Liverwort ami Tar has met with
Croat, success. A vomit! man ol this place,
supposed bv every "one to be in the last tage
Consumption! was entirely cured by its
use!! Iignedl JJavii. MKmuwMTtiP.ii.
u L 1 Jlrmigtst.
ieare of Counterfeit and Rase Imitation!
The genuine article is signed Am.rew bo-ers,
on the engraved wrapper around each bottle
I'riee jl per bottle or sis bottles lot o.
Hold wnulcilo...dretailhyvirjAMEA1)i
11S Chart res st., bet. Conli and St. Louis, New
Orleans, sole Agents for the Southern States,
o whom all orders and applications for Agou
ti. must he addressed. Sold also by
. H. Kf.itii A Co., Athens.
Cowan A Hammoxk, Charleston.
W. II. CiiAlownxs, Cleveland,
Moss it MuIvahv, Ponton.
Cokkix, Madisonville,
And agents in every town in the State.
March 2, 1833 ly. 183
1" F.CF.l VF.P, Superior Brown Sugar for fami
V lv use; Crushed Sugar; l'ulveriscd Sugar;
Coffee; Tea; Sulphur; Allum: Copperas; Soda;
Indigo; Madder; Pepper; Spice; Suit; Molusses,
Whitehead; Nails, and for sale.
Julv 2, 1852 (.. I IUH Mi
Drugs,
fTMIE subseriher still has on hnm" a supply of
.1. the articles in me uruij . n.-..
called for in this market, lie returns ins
cratcful aeknowlodi!cmciits for past favors,
and solicitsa continuaiice of public patronage.
And he must further say that he stands in
pressing need of everv -b.llar owimj to hitu,
and he takes this method of inforiniiij! all who
owe him, that he wants the money on or be
fore the 1st day of January, 1 Mi .
Athens, Pec. 1851 tf .
Read y-MadeClothing.
A LARtiE assortment of Uendy-Made Cloth
inof the latest styles, just received
and for sale low for Cash, by
S. K. KEEPER CO
April M, 1 . tf 173
iwpkinsTkolb & CO.,
WUOI.SSAI.I utii.Kns in
Groceries, Sugar, Coffee, Salt, &e.
AUUUSTA, OA.
Sept. 19, 1851 tf ISO
Georgia Osnaburgs & Yarns,
"T I 'ST reie(L a large assortment of Osna-
f I linr 's. Shirtings and Yarns, which will be I
old unusually low for Cash, by
(1. W. IK 1SS CO.,
Aenlf'r the Manufactory.
M.iv 7, 1852 tf 189
ROOSEVELT, HYDE k CLARK,
DIRECT IMPORTER AND WHOLESAI.l DEALERS IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c,
Ao. 13'J Meelimj-iitreet,
Nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
CUAHLfsro.V, SO. CA.
, J. IOOKVI!LT,
.bS7. 1N92-
simuN iittjb,
4f
0. A. CLARK.
179
Chancery Sale of Land.
James Sloop, Aduii nist rator of James E. Patter
sou deceased,
M.
Caroline Patterson and Julia Ann Patterson.
IJCILSUAST to a decree of the Chancery
Court at. Athens, at tho August Term,
1852, I, William Lowry, Clerk and Master of
aaid Court, will sell at the Court house door
in Athens, McMinn county, Tennessee, on the
4th dav of October next,
" 110 ACRES OF I.AKD,
in said eonntr of McMinn, being the land on
which tlio said James I- Patterson lived. Fif
ty dollars of the purchase money to be in
ndTance, two hundred dollars against the 2.-th
of Pecember next, and the balance at one
and two years, in equal instalments Imiid
ud seenritT required and a lien on the land.
WM. LOWIlV, C. it M.
August !, 1852 Ids Pre fee ?5 205
Osnaburgs and Cotton Yarns.
RECEIVED, a few bales Georgia Osnaburgs
and Cotton Yarns, which will be sold
heap for cah, bv
May Jl. 8. . REEPER k CO., Agent.
JOHNSTON & SMITH,
tUcHvimg, Forwarding und CmtunUtton
Merchant,
IjOUDIW, tkniv.,
HAYIN'O erected alnrgcBntcK WAnrimror
immediately on the River, will give their
personal attention to all Goods consigned to
them. They will also give strict attention to
ales of all articles of PjiOJ)(j'C, tc, com
mitted to their charge.
June 4, 1832 tf Iti
'ATSBft
CHERRY PECTORAL
Far the Cure of
corens, colds, hoarscf.ss,
BRONCOITIS, WIIOOPI.VG-COICU,
CBOCP, ASTHMA, AKD
10.S13IPTI0..
OFall the iiuiiicio i5 iiic.i.ciiics extant, (and
some of them valuable.) for the. cure of
pulmoiiarv complaints, nothing has ever been
found winch could compare in its effects with
this preparation. Others cure soniet inies. but
at all times and in all diseases of the lunsrs
ami throat where medicine can give relief,
this will do it. It is pleasant to take, and
perfectly af in accordance with the direc
tions. W'c do not advertise for the informa
tion of those who have tried it but those who
have not. Families that have known its val
ue will not be without it, and by its timely
use, they are secure from the dangerous con
jcipH'iiccs of Coinrhs and Colds which neglect
ed, ripen into fatal (oiisunipt ion.
The Diploma of the Massachusetts Institute
was awarded to this preparation by the Hoard
of .indites in September, 1 S 17; also, the Medals
of the three great Institutes of Art, in this
country; also the Piploma of the Ohio Insti
tute at Cincinnati, has beeuijiven to the Cher
ry Pectoral, by their Government in conside
ration of itsextraortliiiary excellence and use
fulness in curing affections of the Lungs and
Throat.
licad the following opinion founded on the
long experience of the eminent Physician of
the Port mid Citv of
St. Johns, May 8, 1852.
Dr. J. C. Ajier: Five years trial of your
Cherry Pectoral in my practice, has proven
what I foresaw from its composition, must he
true, that it eradicates and cures the colds
and coughs to which we, in this section, are
peculiarly liable.
1 think" its eipial has not yet been discover
ed, nor do I know how n better remedy can
be made for the distempers of the Throat and
Lungs. .1. .!. Hi kton, M. P., F. 1!. S.
See what it has done on a wasted constitu
tion, not only in tho following eases, but a
thousand mure:
Srimrnv, Jan. 2-tth, 1851.
Dr. Aier: In the month of July last, I wns
attacked by a violent diarrho-a in the mines
of California. I returned to Sail Krancisco in
hope of receiving benelit from a change of cli
male and diet. My diarrho-a ceased, but was
followed by a severe cough and much sore
ness. 1 finally started for home, hut received
no benefit from the voyage. My eoiiirh con
tinued to grow worse, and w hen I arrived in
New York, I was nt. once marked by my ac
quaintniiccs as a victim of consumption. 1
must confess that I saw no sullicicnt reason to
doubt what my friends nil believed. At this
time I commenced taking your truly invalua
ble medicine with little expectation of deriving
any benefit from its use. You would not re
ceive these lines did I not regard it my duty
to state to the nlllieted, through you, that my
health, in the sace of eight n I lis, is fully
restored. I attribute it to the use of your
Cherry Pectoral. William W. Smith.
Washington, Ph., April 12, 1S4S.
Dear Sir: Feeling that I have been spared
from a premature grave, through your instru
mentality by the providence of Cod, I will
take the liberty to express to you my gratitude
A Cough and the alarming symptoms of
Consumption had reduced me too lo'v to leave
me anything like hope, when my physician
brought me a bottle of your "Pectoral." It
seemed to afford immediate relief, und now in
a few weeks time lias restored nio to sound
health.
If it will do for others what it lias for me,
you nrc certainly one of the benefactors of
mankind.
Sincerely wishing you every blessing, I am
Very respectfully yours,
Jons J. Claiikk,
Heetor of St. Peter's Church.
With such assurances and from such men,
no stronger proof eon be adduced unless it be
from its effects upon trial.
Prepared and sold by JAMES C. AVER,
Practical Chemht, Lnieelt, Mas.
Sold in Athens by C. W. KOSS & CO.
Philadelphia by James I'hlsnot,
Charleston by I!i iikiiaiit,
Cleveland by W. K. Pickens,
And by Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
May 28, 1852 ly 102
Land for Sale.
Thomas II. Henderson, Administrator of Mat
thew Knox, deceased,
t'.
Amcy J. Knox, widow of Mnthew Knox, de
ceased, nnd Margaret White and Samuel
lute, I'.inalino JleCiimpbcll.lsnac McCaitip
bcll, adult heirs of Mnthew Knox, dee'd,
and Elizabeth J. Knox, Win. T. Knox, Oc
tavia Knox, Alanza Knox, and Angeline
Knox, minor heirs of Mnthew Knox, dee'd,
by their Guardian ad tit-in, Milton P. Jar
nagin, and Lorinda Eliza Knox, infant heir
of Mathew Knox, dee'd, by her Guardian
ad litem, Amcy J. Knox.
Dl'IlSCAXT to a decree mndc in this cause
1. at the lust term of the Circuit Court of
Hradlcy county, September term, 1852, I will
on Saturdav, the iioth day of October, 1832,
offer at public sale on the premises, on nine
months time, the following described Lands
in ltradlcy coiintv, Tennessee, of which Mat
thew Knox, dec' J, died, seized nnd possessed,
subject however, to the wiJow's dower there
on, to wit : The South cast quarter of section
six, township three, range one, West of the
I basis line, except C4 Acres off said quarter,
' -i i , , . i.i , 1 - I e ti
which Jesse .iicitiey oas a uceu lor. iVtso, no
Aeres, more or less, it being pnrt of the South
west quarter of section six, township three,
range one, West of the basis line commencing
and running with a conditional line between
Samuel George nnd Jesse Atehley. Also, S3)
Acres of Land in the N'orth-ctist quarter of
section six, township three, and range one.
West of the basis line containing in ull 219
Acres, and all in the Ocoee pistrict. The
terms of the sale will be on nine months time.
except the sum of One Hundred andSevcntv-
i.ii -i . :,i i.. I , . i
nve wouurs, which win oe requircu 10 oc pnto
down, ami Hie balance ol llie purchase money
must be secured by note nnd good sccuritv,
nnd n lien will be retained on the Land for
the balance of said purchase money.
JOHN II. PAYNE, Clerk.
Sept. 17, 1852 flt Pre fee 9 208
Medical Notice,
JOnX M. LILLARD, M. D.,
HAVING permanently located at Decatur,
Tenn., offers his services to the citizens
of Meigs and adjoining counties as a practi
tioner of Medicine, and hojies bv strict atten
tion to his profession to merit public patronage.
He can at all times be found at his office unless
professionally absent.
Pccatur, May 21, 1852 t 191
SCGAR and COFFEE to exeh inpe for
Wheat WM. LUINS.
Aug. 13, 1853.
GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA,
PWCPAUKD IJY
J. DENNIS, M.D.,
Al'UI STA, ii;olUIIA.
For Ditease nf (he I.imr and to purify the Blood.
r",IllS preparation is made of the S.irsapn
L l illu which grows in Georgia und South
Carolina. Those who have used the various
preparations will find that it produces the best
effect upon the system in till diseases in which
Sarsaparilla is indicated, and has a taste more
like pure Sarsaparilla than nil other prepara
tion of the kind now offered to the public.
The article sent South, labelled Sursaparilln,
has n sweet taste moro like Sugar or Molas
ses than any thing else, which proves that
there is but'little or no Sarsaparilla in it.
The Georgia Sarsaparilla has a bitter taste,
corresponding with the taste of the froi-h roots
which proves that, it contains nothing but
Sarsaparilla, with spirit and Sugar enough to
preserve it.
With most persons it nets upon tho bowels
as a mild purgative. Its healthy action on the
Liver ami Wood preventsthc tendency of mor
bid influences mid is often a safeguard against
disease. Physicians who may question the
efficacy of this superior honie-niade article in
diseases of the Liver, have only to observe its
effects in the cure of Jaundice, to be convinced
that it is the host adapted to professional and
faniilv use, and that it is the best that is pre
pare! in the I'nitcd States.
Price, i?1 per bottle, or t bottles for $5.
For sale by W.M. II. IJKIDCKS A Co., Athens:
W. 0. Lit lard, Sweetwater; John Stantield,
Philadelphia; Pr. W. U. Hurley, Loudon; Pr.
15. 11. Strong, Knoxville; It. F. Martin, Cal
houn; Co wan k Hammond, Charlestrm; L. D.
it V. Miller, Cleveland.
June 18, 1852 ly 15
Athens Foundry and Machine
Works.
fpHE subscribers would respectfully an
I t.,ii m.a in I In, cit izens of At hells nild the
public generally, that they are now in opera
tion una prepiircu iooo
: anting
r.t r.rnv dnset-i it i, ,n In t heir I iiio. and would
therefore solicit orders from all those who may
want anything of the kind.
Tliev tire now casting and have for snlc dif
ferent 'sizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook
Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of
... . .., t ...I. 1 i:!.....
Parlor, ine nine, i naniocr, wince nun .-op
Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; attic irons;
Ploughs, right nnd left hand.
Also, the Kilgorc Spiral or Incline AVnter
'.V!in"l, which will saw from two to live thou
sand feet per dav.
1'....,.,, kl.in.. Mill nr Machincrv castings
can be accommodated upon short notice.
Also, iron nailing oi every uescni ..
They are also prepared to do all kinds of
Brass easting.
ZIMMERMAN' it THOMAS.
P. S. We have connected with the Works
an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons
wishing eastings can havo patterns made to
order. 1
Athens, Tenn., June 4, 1852 tf
NEW STORE!
For Pay-Down Only !
TL'ST received from N'ew York an addition
al supplv of rich and desirable Goods.
FOlt Tllli LADIES,
Most fashionnble Silks; latest style Bonnets;
Gaiter and Kid Shoes; a great variety of the
richest and most beautiful Muslins and Prints,
from Oi to 80 cents.
GES'rr.F.MEX
Can he furnished with almost everything,
from the most desirable Cloths to the most
beautiful Summer Goods.
Received, n heavy stock of Shoe nnd Boot
of almost every description. Men's from II
to 2,5(i; Ladies from 50c to 2,25; Children
nnd Boys from 25c to I. Also, Hat in abun
dance, of every hue, from 25c to $5.
Received, n'henvy stock of Qucennrare and
Cutleri, embracing almost every article need
ed in this country. Tens 35c to $1,50; nnd a
good Foeket-knifVfor 10c; best Katern Xail
at Cc; Coffee; Tea; Suyar 10c; Indiio lQo an
ounce, and the Madder into the bargain.
I cannot mention everything in this notice.
I will hold Mricthi to the
CA Slf, Oil PA Y-DOWX S YSTF.M I
I prefer a "nimble penny to a slow shilling."
Some Goods I ennnot sell cheaper than here
tofore, because they are as low as they can
possibly be put. But ninny others I can,
and will sell cheaper than ever 1 bought them
or snw tliciu sold.
When you conic to town to buy Goods,
please call nt my Cheap Vaji-doim Store, on
the Public Square, West of tho Court-house in
Athens, nnd permit me to satisfy yon thnt it is
your interest as well as mine, to purchase my
Goods. I will purchase for Goods any Produce
that I can sell again. I will give for good
Butter 12Je; Eggs 0c; Fenthcrs 80c.
Received, also, a few boxes (not ordered)
Artificial Flower, nnd as they are of no ser
vice' to any living being, (the Indies will please
excuse me,) I just threw them away. As
Snuff, Cigars, and Tobacco nrc of little or no
service in reality ladies and gentlemen will
please also excuse me in this they will not
rind these delicion things in my Store; nnd
last, but not least, ISall-Facc or lled-Fie is
positively forbidden to come under my roof.
A man who will ask me to put un article nt
the lowest price, nnd then offer me a sum that
must fall quite below first cost, I think would
ttcal if he had a gooil chance 1 menu no per
sonalitiesbut I detest this jewing and twind
ling practice. Perhaps such an one imagines
that all merchants are swindlers, and that he
is iusliriahlc in swindling too. I mil reminded
of a person who traveled from store to store
to make half a cent, having passed twelve or
fifteen, fell into the hands of a sharper who
wiudled linn out ot two ami a liall cents.
GEORGE HORN'S.
p. s. 5000 lbs. good Feathers wanted, for
which I will give 30c per lb. U. 11.
Athens. June 25, 1852 tf 196
Doctor Yourself!
FOR 25 CEXTS.
BY means of the POCK
ET ESCLLAPIUS, or
Every one his own Phy
sician! Thirty-sixth edi
tion, with upwards of
hundred engravings
showing private diseases
in every shape and form,
and malformations of the
generative system.
Br wm. young, m. d.
The time has now ar
rived, that persons suffering from secret dis
eases, need no more become the victim or
ki ackkry, as by the prescriptions contained in
this hook, anyone mnv cure himself, without
hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the
most intimate friend, and with one-tenth the
usual exnense. In addition to the general
routine of private disease, it fully explains
the cause of mnnhood's early decline, with
observations on marriage besides niauy other
lerangements which it would not he proper
to enumerate in llie puouc prims.
tl?" Any person sending Twenty-Fite Cent,
.n, l.,ed in a letter, will receive one copy ol
his book, by mail, or five copies will lie sent
for one dollar. Address "PR. WM. YOUNG,
No. 152 Spruce street, rhiladclphia." Post
paid.
June 11, 183317 m
Powder.
1) IFLE and Blasting Powder just
V and for sale by O. W. ROSS
received
OSS A CO.
June 25.
New Southern Drug House.
SIMOXDS, RUFF & CO.,
WHOLE SAL E DRUGGISTS,
No. 11 Haync street,
CIIAKLESTOX, S. C.
T1T0ULP call the attention of Physicians
T and Merchants to their stock of Chemi
71....4., 7;i 7iif-'i nnd Se-
l,ll, M IJ .....-, ;e- ..;(,-
gar, imported expressly for the Southern und
Western trade, wlneli tney oner at greauy re
duced priees.
The Tennessee merchants will find it to
their interest to examine their goods and
prices before purchasing in any other market,
na we are determined not to be undersold
either at home or abroad.
Recollect the place, No. II llaynttt.,
(siin of the bottle.)
June 18. 1852 tf 195
Medical Notice.
Dr. Frank Bogart,
OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Tellico Plains, nnd the public
generally. Office at the residence of Maj.
Gaines, three miles North of the Iron Works.
June 18, 1852 Bin 195
oTlLNG'S STEAM REFINED GOLDEN
J SYRUP. The best article ever offered in
this market, just received and for sale, by
mny 28, V.2. S. K. REEPER A CO.
OAnA LBS. prime New Orleans SUGAR,
OUl' just received and for sale, cheap
for Cash, by the barrel or pound, by
April 23 G. W. ROSS .1- CO.
UNNEAU & BURCRMYER,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 14 Haync street,
CIIARLESTOX, S. C,
HAVE always on hand an extensive stock
of nil articles in their line, to which they
invite the attention of mcrchuiits visiting
Charleston.
June 7, 1852 ly 191
F. D. FANNING,
WHOLESALE DKAI.LIt IX
HATS, CAPSAXD STRAW GOODS,
No. 31 Iluyne street,
cn.iiiLKsro.-v, s. c.
.Tune 11, 1R52 tf 191
Wholesale Clothing.
rrM!E subscribers respectfully call tho nttcn
L lion of those visiting this city, or New
York, to lay in a stock of Goods, that they
luive nt all times on hnnd a full supply of
Heady-Made Clothing and Gent Furnishing
(iood. which they will sell nt " 'holeale and
Jtctait" with ten per cent. less than any other
house in this city. Tho Goods are all made up
by themselves at their manufactory, No. 112
William street, New York, and nro all war
ranted. I. U FALK CO.,
A'o. 205 King t, next to Loudon Home ign,
ClfAHLKSTOy, ti. C,
AndXo. 112 ll(7at tt., A'E)V YORK.
Charleston, June II, 1852 lv 194
E . G. BROWN,
IMI'OIITER AND DEALER IX
French, Englih, German and Ataerican
STIMW AMI FANCY GOODS,
Gtmt, Pitol, W'atche, Jeicclry, ;.,
AT WHOLESALE,
N'o. SO Haync street, (up stairs,) next to the
Charleston Hotel,
CIIARLESTOX, S. C.
June 11, 1852 tf 194
Southern Medical Establishment.
DR.P. M CCMJEX & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Englih, French and German Drug; Chemical,
Paint, Ol, J)ye-Stuf, Patent Medicine;
Perfumery, Imtrument, Glaumre,
Truttc, Hruthei, and Fancy Article,
No. 25, Hay no street,
CIIARLESTOX, S. C.
fTMIEIR Dye-Stnffs and Paints being of di-
rcct imiortation, will be round to bo su
perior in quality, and very low.
f.3?" Great care is observed in packing, and
their Goods are put up in very handsome style
with beautiful labels.
June 11, 1852 ly 194
MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
THOMAS STEEN, IWniETOR,
Corner of King and Society ttreet,
CIIARLESTOX, S. C.
June 11, 1852 ly 194
A CARD.
MESSRR 0. F. KENNEPY, of Chester, nnd
JAMES M. HURST, formerly one of the
proprietors of the Planters' Hotel, Charleston,
have leased the AMERICAN HOTEL, King
street, nnd would respectfully solicit from
their friends nnd the public a portion of their
patronage. We pledge ourselves that the
guests of tho Hotel will receive accommoda
tions unsurpassed by anv in the city.
KENNEPY A HURST,
Charleston, S. C, Juno 1 1, 1852 6m 194
J. B. BRANTLEY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
ATLANTA, GA.,
XXAVING nurchascd the interest nf 11. TT.
11 Lin, in the Warehouse formerly occupied
by Lin t Brantley, will continue the Ware
house and Commission business at the old
stand opposite the Georgia Rail Road Depot.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
soiiciica.
June 4. 1852 m 193
Baker A Wilcox
Whotttolt Grmctrt JHtrthmntt,
AUGUSTA, GA.
TT!P.Pnnnt.Ant lv nn hnnd lurtr anil w11
IV. assorted stock of Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Ac,
which will be sold at the very lowest market
prices. All oraers snail nave careiui atten
tion. t3PBacon, Lard and Feathers received on
consignment.
Julv 20, 1849 tf 84
Medical Notice.
WM. G. NICE, M. D.,
VFFERS his professional services to his
W friends and the public generally.
Athens, March 14, 1851 tf 129
Iron Agency.
A FEW tons assorted Rolled Iron from the
Etowah Iron Works, such as Tire, Square,
Round, Band, Nail, Rod and other Iron, suita
ble fur farmers and blacksmiths.
May 81, 'si. 8. K. KEEPER CO.
JUST received, a fresh addition to my stock
of Drugs. WM. BURNS.
Its 14, 185S
Town Lots for Sale.
SWEETWATER, midway between Athens
and Loudon, in the beautiful and produc
tive Sweetwater Valley, in a handsome situa
tion, has been laid oil" into lots and the lots
remaining unsold are now offered for sale.
A very large and fertile section of country,
embracing a part of McMinn and Roane coun
ties, a largo portion of Monroe, and some of
ilm Western counties of North Carolina, will
ship their products in vust quantities upon the
Railroad nt Sweetwater. It is a favorable
point for the contemplated Kniliond to Uinr
eston. So. Cn.. to connect with the E T. A-
Ga. Railroad, the charter requiring the con
nection tit some point between the, McMinn
county line and the Tcnncssco river. Mer
chant's seeking a location for a profitable bu
siness would do well to look to the advantag
eous location of Sweetwater. Half a dozen
fanners, owning good farms, live wit Inn a half
mile of the place, and as the circle enlarges
the number increases. Mechanics of every
trade are particularly invited to come and see
if the place does not, offer superior induce
ments. There is no better local ion for a good
blacksmith in East Tennessee. ISrickmiikcrB
nnd llrieklayci-H can find employment. Car
penters tire needed to help build up the town,
which they had "better believe" is now ra
pidly being done. A most desirable surround
in!' country, as well as a growing town, will
give all employment.
A plan and the number of the lots can be
seen nt the town, and an agent will be there
authorised to sell in the absence or the pro
prietor. I. T. LENOIR,
March 20, 1852 tf 183
Savannah and Augusta.
THE
Steamboat Company of Georgia
HAVING thoroughly overhauled will con
tinuc to ruu the following Steamers as
above, viz:
1) A V 1 P L. ADA M S, (iron,)
CHATHAM, (iron.)
Til OS. S. METCALFE,
TENNESSEE
Which, with tow-boats nnd liyhters, afford
nuetualUd facilities for the transportation of
freight to the interior of Georgia, South Caro
lina, Tcnnesse and Alabama, in connection
with the Railroads.
The clegnnt stcain-pnoket P. L. Adams will
connect with the steamships Florida and Ala
biima landing fricight by them in 5 days from
New York to Augusta.
Freight (now taken nt reduced rates) will
bo forwarded free of commiion.
ffitf" In order to prevent detention or miscar
riage, bills of lading should be addressed to
GEO. U. JOHNSTON, President,
Savannah,
Merchandise for the interior to
JOHN A. MOORE, Agent,
Augusta, Ga.
Savannah. DIRECTORS. Augutla.
Geo II. Johnston,
Andrew Low,
I'M ward Paddleford,
W. C. U. Priscoll,
( has. Green,
Joseph S. Fay,
Jos. Washburn,
July 2, 1852 ly
J. R. lhilklv.
T. S. Metcalfe,
James Hope,
L. Hopkins,
E Shernuin,
G. M. Newton,
197
LOOK HERE!
r A. WR IG HT A CO., nt Sweetwater, Mon-
' m. iiminrc w!m!i tn lull If) i t
l,ushels good Will? AT tor which' they
will pny the highest market price in cash.
Sweetwater, July IB, 1802 n ivv
Goods and Groceries !
TAS. A. WRIGHT A CO., are now selling
Goods nnd Groceries as low as they can
be bought in East Tennessee, for Cash or Pro
duce.
Sweetwater, July 16, 1852 tf 199
Assorted Candies.
OAA LBS. Cand ics, assorted, for sale whole
OU7 sale or retail, by
May 21, '52. S. K. REEPER A CO.
10000 bus. Wheat Wanted,
IT'OR which the highest market price will be
: given iu Cash, and the sacks furnished.
S. K. REEPER A CO.
Athens, July 2, 1852 tf 197
JAMES B. COOKE,
JMornty at taw and Solicit or in Chancery,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE,
"I3RACTICES Law in the Circuit Courts of
I Mi. Minn. Mniirne. I'nlk. liradlev. Hamil
ton, Meigs and Rhea counties, ami in the
Chancery Courts nt Athens, Madisonville,
Cleveland and Harrison, and will give strict
attention to all business committed to uis
charge,
3?- Office next door above the Drugstore,
April 16, 1852 tf 186
Hats and aus.
TUST received, the Spring styles of Silk.Fur,
Hungarian, Kossuth, and Lola Montcz
lints, wlneli will be sold extremely low lor
.t. i - r . : I .1 1 i n fir vrujhi J. f'll
Clisit, uy Aprii to. j j. ,i . ivvou a. jyj.
Groceries! Groceries!
S. K. REEDER & CO.,
K RE now receiving and onenincr. at the old
ii stand in Athens, and at the new building
at the Pepot, a Inrge and first rate assortment
of Groceries, which they will sell as low as
they can be purchased in East Tennessee, for
Cash in hand, or any kind of Country Pro
duce.
Athens, Nov. 28, 1882 tf 1 6
PRIVATE HOUSE,
M'athington ttreet, fronting the Methoditt Epit-
eopai vnurcn.
rpiIE subscriber will entertain those who
X call. WM. liUKNS.
Athens, Pec 26, 1851 tf 170
W. F. HARRIS & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
(Cotton Avsxi'c,)
MACOjy, CJI.
RECEIVE on consignment and sell all kinds
of PRODUCE. Also, purchase to order.
Groceries and other Merchandise, with core
and promptness.
Cash advances made on Produce when de
livered in our Store in good order.
Jan. 2, 1852 tf 171
Save your Money by Baying at
BA1XS CHEAP CASH STORE I
T WORK by the rule of "Short profits and
A quick sales" and have just received my
stock of SPRING GOODS, consisting of
Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Staple Pry Goods
Hardware, Coffee, Sugar, and Molasses, for
which all kinds of Produce will be taken at
Cash prices.
Also, Agent for the sale of the celebrated
Etowah Rolled Iron.
JAS. B. BAIN,
Near the Depot,
Charleston, Tennessee.
April 9, 1852 Cm 18
GEO. CT. BRIDGES
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE.
PRACTICES in the different counties com
posing the Third Judicial Circuit will
attend to tho collecting and securing of claims
and will give his undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care.
March 2. 1819 tf
Medical Notice,
OR. M. H. VAT.
Ml. J. P. FATTOX.
DRS. MAY & PATTON
HAVING associated themselves in the pra
ticeof Medicine, respectfully tender their
professional services to the public.
In critical eases, when required, both will
be in attendance without additional expense.
Alnrcli 7, 1851 tf . 128
Salt! halt!!
THE subscribers have on hnnd a large lot of
Salt, which they will sell nt 60 ets. per
bushel, by the barrel.
JOHNSTON' A SMITH,
Loudon, Feb. 18, 1852 tf 177
Valuable Farm for Sale!
THE subscriber wishes to sell thnt valuable
property known as the
C ED A II SPRING FARM,
situated 2 niileB South-west of the town of
Athens, and is one mile and a half from tho
line of the East Tennessee and Georgia Kail
road. Hie tract contains some
Three Hundred nnd Fifty Acre,
about 12S of which arc cleared and under cul
tivation. The land is well fenced. There are
several first rate Springs on it, a good Dwel
ling House, Barn and Outhouses. The soil is
good, and a more desirable location can not
be found in any country.
The terms will be mndc accommodating.
For further information apply to the subscri
ber, at Athens, Tenn.
R. C. JACKSON.
Athens, Nov. 7, 1851 tf 163
East Tennessee & Georgia R. R.
75)
CALL OX STOCK.
A CALL of Five Dollar on each share of
unpaid Stock of the East Tennessee and
Georgia Rail Road Company, is required to be
paid on tho 20th day of August next. Also,
Five Dollars on each shnrc on (he 20th of Sep
tember next. Also, Five Dollars on each
share on tho 20th day of October next. Also,
Five Dollar on each share on the 22d day of
November next. Payments to be made to tho
Treasurer of the Compnny at the Railroad
Office in Athens, or to II. A. M. White, Esq.,
Knoxville, Tenn.
THOS. II. CALLAWAY, Pres't.
Athens, July 9, 1852 td 18
XttedicalN otice.
Marcus C. Parker, 1YL D.,
H
AVING permanently located at SWEET
WATER, Monroe county, Tenn., most re
spectfully tenders his professional services to
tlio citizens of the place and surrounding
country. Having had the advantage of several
years extensive practice in the various branch
es of his profession, hopes by close attention
to his duties to merit the confidence of the
public. His charges shall bo moderate and
satisfactory.
Tg Office at Hann t Stakcly's Store, where
he may be found at all times unless profes
sionally absent.
July 2, 1852 6m 191
25 Negroes
WANTED to hire to work at the Loudon
Bridge, for which the highest price will
be paid in cash.
JAMES GETTYS fc CO.
Loudon, Tenn., Aug. 6, 1852 tf 202
Groceries, Groceries.
JUST received, a good lot of Groceries,
which consists of 1 olfee, Sugar and Molas
ses, one barrel No. 9 Mackerel, ic, which will
be sold for Pay-Down only. Also, from Bal
timore, a good lot of Woodgate's Iloneydew
Tobacco, and fine Regalia Segars, all of which
will be sold as cheap as the cheapest.
July 9. L. POPSON.
CALL in and buy your Pelf nnd Crockery
Ware, for I can sell 25 per cent, cheaper
than any man in this market, and make money.
July 9. L. POPSON.
A FEW gallons of good Apple Vinegar.
July 9, 1852. WM. BURNS.
GILILANDS, HOWELL & CO,
DlllECT IMPORTERS DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. S3 Hayne street,
cmijmiksiojs; s, c.
X. B. Bolting Cloths always on hand.
WM. II. OILLILAND, Blll.NKT S. IIOWILU
W. D. OILLILAND. SAME! OILL1LAKU,
JAMES II. NICHOLS.
Oct. 81, 1851 tf 163
iACl LBS- bct Scotch Snuff just received
AtcO and for sale, by
A mil 23. G. W. ROSS A CO.
JAMES E. WILLIMAS,
(Late of Knoxville, Tennessee.)
co.n.n issioa' jber c hajvt
Western cor. of Hunter and Prior sta
ATLANTA, GEORGIA,
HAVING rented the large Fire-proof Ware
house, at the above named location, is now
prepared to receive all kinds of East Tennes
see PROPUCE usually sent to this market.
He will give his personal attention to tho
business. All letters of inquiry in relation to
the Markets, Ac, ic, will receive prompt at
tention. References: Chandler, French & Co., Gainea
A Co. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Gammon, Gaines a, Co., Craighead A Dead
rick, Williams & Co., H. Ault, C. Wallace, and
Merchants generally Knoxville, Tenn.
IL B. 4 8. M. Leeper Lcepcr's Landing,
II. C. i L B. Saffcll, H. T. Cox, Gilbert sV
Son Louisville, Tenn.
Officers of Steamboats running between
Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tenn.
Nov. 21, 1851 tf 165
English Ground Wagon Boxes,
ALL sizes, just received and for sale by
April i, 1852 G. W. ROSS A CO.
Glass.
ioo ;
w .. j v t va as viu
the "Holston Glass Works,1' Knoxville, and
on tie at "factory prices, by
JOHNSTON SMITH.
Lo idon, Tenn., June 4, 18J2 tf 198

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