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LEUTYB HOTEL,
LOUDON, TENN.
REYNOLDS A LEUTY, Proprietors.
rTMIIS is ft first dam Hotel, and it eonven
.1 iently situated for passengers either by
Railroad or Steaniloats; in also the Stage
Office for the Stage Lines leading to Camp
bell' Station, Knoxville, Ji.nesrorough, and
Lynchburg, Va., and it will be the endeavor
of the proprietor to give satisiaction to all
who may favor the establibhuient with their
company.
Sept. 10, 1852 tf 207
JOHN ROBSON,
MADISON, MORGAN COUNTY, OA.,
19 prepared with commodious Storage Room,
and will sell Corn, Oats, Bacon. Feathers,
and other Tennessee Produce usually sold in
Georgia, on Commission, making prompt re
turns. All the above artioles are generally
in good demnnd in Madison.
Madson.Scpt. 10, 1852 6m
207
Blue Vitriol.
O-f LBS. BLUE VITRIOL, just received
and for sale by
Sept. 10.
O. W. ROSS 4 CO.
Asencv at Washington, D-C
A II MARKLAND. of Kv.. late Clerk in
. IVnomi office, havin" resigned for the
the prosecution of
lai.na a.tninat th IwOVAmmOTlt. TlOW Ottfcr hi
aafiionl In tliA Hill ilic. He is well acquainted
wit h the officers of the Government generally,
f U'noliincrtnn citv. to whom he refers.
N. B. Particular attention paid to claims
for Pensions and Bounty land. .
Sept. 24, 1852 tf ?09
Piano Forte for Sale.
A FINE toned Piano for snle, just opened
1- from the celebrated manufactory oi nai
lett A Davis, Boston. Also, a very line Flute.
Enquire at Mc.Keldin s Store.
8-pt. 17, 1852 tf "8
Mcdi calN o tice
Marcus C. Parker. M. D,
n A VINO permanently located at SWEET
WATER. Monroe county. Tenn., most re
apectfully tenders his professional services to
. ... ii;,on. nf the Place and surrounding
country. Having had the advantage of sever
oi..ovei.ive practice in the various branch
as of his profession, hopes by close attention
to his duties to merit the confidence of the
.,.ki; it oWe-ei shall be moaeraie ana
)' v. ' " o
fy- Oflice nt Ilaun Stnkely's Store, where
he may be founa at au nines uiuubb jjiuio-
ionalfy absent.
July 2, 1852 Gin 197
TUST received Nitric, Mmiatic, Sulphuric
and Citric Acid; Bicarboint Potassa; Al
cohol; Cod-Liver Oil; Sweet fp'ts Nitre; and
many other articles too tedioi itnr ention.
riease give me a coll. I U.3 UP.NJJ.
Of. 1, 1852.
G. W. FERRY & 0.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
MIal$, Cap. Bonnet; Fiotvere t Vmbrellae,
(MASONIC HALL BUILDINGS,)
Broad street, A UOUSTA, OA
OUR full stock is now in, Bnd is as full and
well assorted as can bo found at any
Southern city, and we can sell the same on as
fnvnrnl.le terms. An examination by Ten-
nesseeaus visitiug our city is earnestly solicit
ed.
Oct. 1, 1852 tf 210
Fall and Winter Goods!
mill? nniWaitrned ha received direct from
I rc.or V.irU his Full and Winter stock of
Goods, consisting of the latest styles of Ladies
and Gentlemen's D R ESS GOODS for Winter.
Also, Prints. Domestics, Blankets, Hat. Caps,
Shoes and Boots; 20 barrels and half barrel
of Sugar, put up for family use; 40 bags best
Rio Coffee; Molasses; Syrup; 20 boxes splendid
Cheese; with many other articles too tedious
to mention, all or which will le oia unusual
ly low for ,fl(Xl7' .P.l 1' I did not steal
Oie Good, but perhaps bought from those
who did steal them. 1 bought them lor caen,
.,.,1 will sell them a little lower than any
body else, for the same article, feeling under
many obligations to those who buy ray Goods
. M .1 T" . A. 1.1 ll. .1 !.
and pay me lor inem. nui mow mm. "j
and never pay, I would feel under double ob
ligation to them if they would call somewhere
else. ...
IT Virginia SALT at 62 per bushel.
" The highest price paid for Land Warrants
in cash. MAftiw.
. Calhoun, Dec. 3, 1852 tf 219
Southern Medical Establishment.
DK.P.M.CoTlBX & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
English, French and German Drug, Chemicals,
Paint, 01; Dye-Stitf; Patent Medicine; ,
Perfumery, Instrument, Glararc,
Trusse; Brushes, and Fancy Article;
No. 25, llayue street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TIIEIR Dye-Stuffs and Paints being of di
rect importation, will be found to be su
perior in quality, and very low.
Great oare is observed in packing, and
their Goods are put up in very handsome style
with beautiful labels.
June 11, 1852 ly 19
J.0IES B. COOKE,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor I Chancery,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE,
TJRACTICES Law in the Circuit Courts of
X. McMinn, Monroe, roil., iHn.iiev, Hamil
ton, Moigs and Rhea counties, and in the
Chancery Courts at Allien. Madisonvillc,
Cleveland and Harrison, and will give strict
attention to all business committed to his
charge. .
ty Office next noor aboy the Drag Store.
pril 18, 1852 tf 1 8
RAIL ROAD HOUSE,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE.
r""piIE subscriber respectfully announces to
the traveling puono mat na nns opened
the above House for tho accommodation of all
who may give him a call. His House is situa
ted in a convenient part of the town, and he
hopes by close attention to business to receive
liberal share of public patronage.
P. K. WilETSELL.
Jan. 28. 1852 tf 174
Chancery Sale.
IN accordance with a dteree rendered in the
Chancery Court at Madisonville, I will, on
the 8th day of January, 188, at the lata resi
dence of Stephen Parshley, deceased, in Phila
delphia, Tenn., sell at publia outcry, to the
highest bidder, on a credit, of three and six
months, the Lands and Town Lot of which
said Parshley died, seized and possessed the
widow's dower excepted. Boud and good se
turity will be required.
J. A. COFFIN, C. d- .V.
I). , 1862 td Trsfcefl 220
Notice.
Marshall B. Grady, Administrator of the es
tate of John Sliamblin, deceased,
vs.
Sarah Sliamblin, widow, and the other heirs
and distributees of the estate of John
Shamblin, deceased.
IS olxidieoee to the decree or the Worship
ful County Court of Polk county, Tennes
see, at its De ember session, A.. D., 1882, in
this cause, I will, as the Administrator on the
estate of Johrt Sliamblin, deceased, at the
Court-house door in the town of Benton, Polk
county, Tennessee, on the 22d day of January,
A. D., 1853, expose to public sale the follow
ing LANDS of which the said John Shamblin
died, seized and possessed, encumbered with
the widow's dower, to wit : Lot No. 82 in
the town of Columbus, Tennessee; Lots No.
155, 156, 152 and 8. in the town of Benton,
Tennessee. Also, Five Acres of Land, more
or less, adjoining the town of Benton, on the
South-east. Also, 40 Aches of land, the
North-west corner of the North-west quarter
of section 29, fractional township 8, South,
range 5, East, all which is assigned as dower.
Also, 40 Acres, the North-west corner of the
South-west quarter of section 13, fractional
township 2, South, range 4, East Also, 40
Acres, the South-west corner of the South
east quarter of section 20, fractional town
ship 3. South, range 5, East. Also, 24 acres,
the South-west quarter and East hnlf of the
North west quarter of section 33, fractional
township 2. outh, and range 5, East. Also,
balance of the South-west quarter of section
8, fractional township 3, South, range 6, East,
containing 120 acres. Also, 1C0 Acres, the
South-cast quarter of section 8, fractional
township 3, South, range 5, East all in Polk
county, Tennessee. . The purchase monev for
the town lots and land covered by the willow's
doWer, will be required to be paid one-fourth
in hand and the balance at the end of six and
twelve months from the day of sale; and
upon the remainder one-third will be required
to be paid down and the balance nt the end
of six and twelve months all to be secured
by note and approved security, with interest
from date, and a lien retained on the lots and
land until the purchase money is all paid.
The lands and town lots will be divided to
suit purchasers and ns the interest of theestate
may indicate on the day of sale. The body
of the lands are in the Copper regions, and
desirnble in part for cultivation and mineral
purposes. M. B. GRADY, Adminlttralor.
Benton, Dec. 17. 1852 8t Pis fee f7,50
Take Notice.
ALL persons indebted by note to tha estate
of Andrew R. Humes, are requested to
call without delay upon J. W. J. Kilcs. Pres't
of the Bank of East Tennessee, Knoxville. and
either pay or renew the Fame with satisfac
tory security, or they will be placed in the
hands of an Attorney for suit.
C. M. McGIIEE, Guardian.
Dec. 3, 1852 tf 219
Fire Marine & inland Insurance.
PROTECTION' INSURANCE CO.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
friHE undersigned, Agent of thi Company,
X will make formal surveys ana issue run
cies at Atheus, Tennessee, if desired.
AZRO. A. BARNES,
Agent at Knoxville.
Nor. 26. 1862 St 218
10 Horse Power Engine for Sale
.4 NY person wishing to buy an Engine of
x the above power, in first rate condition,
will please address the undersigned m ai
houn, Tenn. B. F. MARTIN.
Deo. 8, 1852 tf 2,9.
THOSE indebted to the subscriber are re
snectfully requested to settle. He is in
need of the monev, and if not paid the notes
and accounts will be found in the hands of
collecting officer. WM. BURNS.
Dec. 3, 1852 tf stiw
GEORGIA SARSAFARILLA
PREPARED BY
J. D E N N I S, M . D.,
Augusta, Georgia.
For Dieae of the Liver and to purify the Blood.
rrMnS preparation is made of the Sarsapa
I rilla which grows in Georgia and South
Carolina. Those who have used the various
preparations will find that it produce the best
effect upon the system in all diseases in which
Sarsaparilla is indicated, and ha a taste more
like pure fcorsnparina than anoiner prepara
tion of the kind now offered to the public.
The article sent fMut li, labelled Sarsaparilla,
has a sweet taste more like Sugar or Molns-
se than any thing else, which proves that
.. i i . . i : n i :
there is oui lime or no r-arinjmnii mi
The Georgia Sarsaparilla has a bitter taste,
corresponding with t he taste of the fresh roots
which irove that it contains nothing but
Sarsarilla, with spirit and Sugar enough to
preserve it.
With most persons it acts upon the bowel
a a mild purgative. Its healthy action on the
Liver and Blood prevent the tendency of mor
bid influences and is often a safeguard against
disease. Physicians who may question the
eflieacy of thi superior home-made article in
diseases of the Liver, have only to observe it
effects in the cure of Jaundice, to he convinced
that it ia the best adapted to professional and
family use, nnd that it is the best that is pre'
pared in the United Mutes.
rnce. P per nottie, or n noiiies lor tn.
Forsalebv WM. II. BRIDGES Co.. Athens
W
' C. Lilian). Sweetwater; John Stanfield,
Philadelphia; Dr. W. R. Hurley, Loudon; Dr.
B. K. Strong. Knoxville; li. r. Martin, ui
houn; Cowan it Hammoud, Charleston; L. B,
fc V. Miller, Cleveland.
June 18. 1852 ly 195
Doctor Yourself!
FOR 23 CENTS.
BY mean of the PO' K
fcT itstltArilS, or
Every ono hi own Phy
sioianl Thirty-sixth edi
tion, with upwards of a
hundred engravings,
showing private disease
in every shape and form,
and malformations of the
generative system,
Br WM. YOUNG, M. D,
The time has now ar
rived, that persons differing from secret dis
ease, need do more become the yicrm or
quackery, as by the prescription contained in
thi book, any one may cure himself, without
hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the
most intimate friend, and with one-tenth the
usual expense. In addition to the general
routine of private disease, it fully explains
tha cause of manhood' early decline, with
observations on marrioge besides many other
derangements which it would not be proper
to enumerate in the publie print.
17" Any person sending Ticenty-Five Cent;
enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy ol
this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent
for one dollar. Address "DR. WM. YOUNG,
No. 162 Spruce street, Philadelphia." Post
paid. fj Dr. Young can b' eonsulted on any of
the Diseases described in his different publica
tions, at Ilia Oflice, 152 Spruce street, every
day between 0 and li o'clock, (Sundays ex
cepted.) June 11, 1862 ly 194
P. D. GATES,
PreJnee and Commission Merehaat an si
General Commission Agent;
KO. 12 BROADWAY, NEW TORB.
I EXECUTES order in a prompt and business
Zi like manner for Dry Goods, Ready Made
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware and Merchan
dise generally Machinery, Agricultural Im
plements, Musical Instruments, Furniture,
Carpets, Carriages and Harness, nnd, in short,
anything that can be manufactured, or that
monev will buv ill this city or vicinity.
Consignments solicited and sales made of
Cotton, Tobacco, Feathers, Furs, Ginseng,
Beeswax and other Produce.
Purchases and sales made of Government
and State Stocks. Land Warrants, Ac.
Orders with the Cash or for Goods on time,
from Merchants in good credit, will meet with
my prompt personal attention.
P. D. GATES.
P. S. I will also furnish any of the follow
ing named Machines made by Wheeler, Melick
A Co., Albany, N. V., at the'ir cash prices, free
of Commission: Wheeler's Patent Railway
Chain; Horse Powers for one or two Horses;
Overshot Threshers nnd Separators for Double
or Single Power; Combined Threshers nad
Winnowers for Double Power; Clover Hullers,
ircular Saw Mills, with 24 inch Saw, and
Straw and Cornstalk Cutters.
P. D. G.
Noy. 26. 1852 ly 118
C. E. UKENVILLE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
Chattanooga, Tennessee.
HAVING completed our new Wharf, im
mediately in front of our Brick Ware
house, and being connected with the same by
a clank road, we will be enabled to ship pro
duce with despatch and in good order.rre of
all charge fur drayagc to our store bouses or
Rail Road.
Our storage Houses are located immediately
in front of the Georgia State Road, and we
have the assurance of the Rond authorities
that our cotton and other prodnce will be
taken from our Platform, an advantage which
our location and arrangements gives us over
any other Forwarding house, and which will
greatlv facilitate our shipments, besides keep
ing lota always in bulk.
Our commission lor forwarding Cotton will
be 25 cents per bale. Ont 2 cents Corn 2
nnd Wheat 3 cents per bushel, with no charge
for dravage if landed at our Wharf.
Nov. 26, 1852 3m 218
Medical Notice.
JOIIN M. LILURD, M. D.,
HAVING permanently located at Decatur,
Tenn., offer his service to the citizens
of Meigs and adjoining counties as a practi
tioner of Medicine, and hopes by strict atten
tion tohis profession to merit public patronage.
He can at all time be found athisotiice uuless
professionally absent.
Decatur, May 21, 1852 t 191
SUGAR and
Wheat.
Aug. 13, 1852.
COFFEE to exchange for
WM. BURNS.
Chancer)' Court at Madisonville.
December Rules, 1852.
John Stanfield, Administrator of James Tay
lor, dee'd,
IX.
William Taylor, ThomasTaylor, Susannah An
drews and her husband Thomas Andrews,
and others, heirs of James Taylor, dee'd.
IT appearing from the bill that defendants,
William and Thomas Taylor, and Thomas
Andrews and wife Susannah, reside beyond
the limits of Tennessee, publication is ordered
to be made for four successive weeks in the
Athens Post, requiring said non-resident de
fendants to make their person nppefte
at the Court-house in Madisonvillc, oBTTie
3d Monday of March, 1 853, and then and there
answer complainants bill, or the tame will
be set for hearing and heard pro confeuo.
J. A. COFFIN, C. t M.
Dec 10, 1852 4t Prsfee$3 220
Nancy Selvidge, Joseph M. Selvidge and others
t:
John Selvidge, James Sewell and others.
IT appearing from the bill that defendant
John Selvidge is not resideut in the State
of Tennessee, publication is ordered to be
mnde for four successive weeks in the Athens
Post, published at Athens, Tennessee, re-
uiriiig the said John Selvidge to appear at
c nevt term of the Chancery Court, to be
held at ine lourt nouse in iuaaisonviile, on
the 3d Mondny of March next, and answer
complainants bill or the same will, as to bun,
be taken as confessed and heard accordingly,
JAMES A. COFFIN, C. t M.
Dee. 10, 1852 U Frs fee 3 220.
Petition to Sell Land.
Ellendcr Clark, widow of John Clark, de
ceased, William Clark, Simon Dixon and
wife Sally Dixon, Polly II ess, Peggy Var
nell, David Melton and wife Elcnder Mel
ton, Alfred Dixon and wife Elizabeth Dixon,
f.
George Clark, .Tomes Clark, Isaac Yoakum
and wife Rncliael 1 oakum, John Clark and
Lewis Clark, inftnt children of Nancy
i iarx, aoceasca, aeienuca oy their uuar
dian ad litem, Andrew J. Trewhitt.
CAME the petitioners, by thtir Attorney,
and filed their petition for the sale of
land therein described, in the Circuit Court
Clerk's Office of Bradley county, and it ap
pearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk from
the bill that George Clark, Isaac Yoakum and
wife Rachel Yoakum, are non-residents of the
State of Tennessee, o that the ordinary pro
cess of law cannot be served on them, there
fore publication is made in the Athena Post,
a newspaper printed in the town of Athens,
McMinn county, Tennessee, for four successive
weeks requiring the said George Clark, Isaac
Yoakum and wife Rachel Yoakum, V nnnr
at the May term of said circuit CorATKl,
and plead, answer or demur to the pic-'jans
fetition, or the same will be taken for eon
eased, and set for hearing ex parte. "
JU11JM 11. rAYHJS, Olerk.
Dec. 17, 1822 4t Pre foe $5 221
State of Tennessee, Monroe eo.
Circuit Court.
Sarah 9. Jordan, )
vs.
r
Petition for Divorce.
John Jordan. )
IT appearing from the allegations in the pe
tition, which is sworn to, that the defend
ant is a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, it i therefore ordered that publication be
made in the Athens Post, for four Rticccssive
week, notifying the aoid John Jordan to ap
pear at the next term of the Circuit Court for
said county, on ine second Monday in January
next, and nlead, answer or demur to said pe
tition, or tno same will be taken pro confeuo
na set lor ncarmg.
K E. GRIFFITH, Clerk.
Dee. 17, 1852-4t Prs fee $3 221
Just Received,
A SMALL well selected lot of School and
Music Books, among which is iht cele
brated "Columbia IlARr." G. HORNE.
Nov. 19.
FREE EXHIBITION,
New Goods.
1) IL KEITH, takes pleasure in annonne
. ing to his old customers and the public
generally that he has just received the most
varied, extensive and elegant assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS ever before ex
hibited in this section of country, and feels
assured that any one who will give his stock
an examination will be fully satisfied both
with regard to quality and price. His stock
consists in part of Foreign and Domestic Dry
Goods, Groceries, Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Ready made Clothing, China Glass and
Queensware, Hardware and Cutlery, and in
fact, almost every article that can be named
belonging to merchants establishment.
Great Bargains will be given for prompt pay.
Call and examine.
Athens, Tenn., Nov. 26, 1852 tf 218
Salt! Salt!!
GOOD supply Snlt in new barrels, re
ceived and for sale by
J. W. McSPADDEN A CO.
A
Nov. 26,1832 218
A CARD.
To the Merchants of East Tennessee, Wes
tern Virginia and Western Carolina.
HAVING determined to establish A Com
mission Business in New Orleans, I re
spectfully offer my service to you in that ca
pacity. My" operations will embrace the RacmviK
and Forwarding or Merchandise, Skiuko
Produck consigned to me, and Pvroiauii
Groceries or other articles in that market.
In Purchating Groceries the strictest core
and attention will be given both to their qual
ity and price sending to correspondent only
such articles as 1 know are adapted to their
market.
When the amount of Sugar nnd Molasses
ordered is such a to justify it, or when sever
al orders can be combined in the same pur
chase, it will be made directly from the Plan-
tkr. Ihu saving to tnose oruermg n oou
ni-ofit in avoiding the expense of Commissions,
itc. Ac, incurred in making purchases in the
city, filling these orders, including my com
missions AT A MUCH LESS price, man 11 onu-reu
directly from Houses dealing m these articles,
and what is of equal importance, sending
vou KUi.LhoL'shcndsof Suear, (thereby inerens
loir vonr allowance for tare.) and both Sugar
and Molasses in much better order, than if
ltiirebased elsewhere than on plantations.
In all branches of this business which may
be entrusted to me, the interests of correspon
dents will be strictly consulted, well knowing
that course alone can accomplish the object
I have in view, of building yp in New Orleans
an East Tennessee tommion iiowe.
My charges for making purchases will be 2
per cent, and lor other operations in propor
tion. Remittances can be made to me in New
Orleans, in draft drawu on Nashville, or on
the Eastern cities, or by making deposits in
the different Banks in East Tennessee and en
closing the certificate, or depositing Bonk
notes with Messrs. Beardon. Son t Co., of
Knoxville, who will remit the same.
E. S. TEMPLE,
(Late of Knoxville, Tenn.)
Refer to Messrs. Beardon, Son fc Co., N. Gam
mon ib Son, Craighead k Deadrick, Knoxville.
Nov. 26. 1852 4m 218
Powder.
TJIFLE and Blasting Powder just received
, I t til MJO 1.
.At and tor saie uy
June 25.
G. W. ROSS A CO.
New SoutLern Drug House.
SIMON DS, RUFF & CO.,
WHOLE SALE DRUGGISTS,
Ko. 11 Hayne street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
X7"0ULD call the attention of Physicians
T T and Merchants to their stock of Chemi
cal; Perfumeries, J'aint; Dye-Stuffs and Se
nan imnorted exnresslv for the Southern and
Western trade, which they offer at greatly re
duced price.
The Tennessee merchant will find it to
their interest to examine their goods and
prices before purchasing in any other market,
as we are determined not to be undersold
cither at home or abroad.
rff Recollect the place, ho. 11 Hayne si.,
(sign of the bottle.)
1 i o loin r lOR
I- ORING'S STEAM REFINED GOLDEN
SYRUP. The best article ever offered in
this market, just received and for sale, by
may 28, '52. S. K. REEDER A CO.
QAAA LBS. prime New Orleans SUGAR,
OUUv just received and for sale, cheap
for Cash, by the barrel or pound, ny
April 23. G. W. ROSS A CO.
LINNEAU & BUPtCKMYER,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
No. 14 Hayne street,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
HAVE always on hand an extensive stock
of all articles in theirline, to which they
invite the attcution of merchants visiting
Charleston.
June 7. 1852 ly 104
F. D. FANNING,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN '
HATS, CAPS AND STRA W GOODS,
No. 31 Hayne street,
CHARLESTO.V, 8. C.
June 11. 1852 tf 194
Wholesale Clothing.
THE subscriber respectfully call the atten
tion of those visiting this city, or New
York, to lav in a stock of Goods, that they
have at all time on hand a full supply of
Ready-Made Clothing and Gent Firnihing
Good; which they will sell at " Wholetale and
RctaiC with ten per cent. less than any otner
house in thi city. The Good are all made up
by themselve at their manufactory, No. 112
William street. Now York, and are all war
ranted. L L. FALK A CO.,
No. 205 King St, next to Loudon House sign,
CHARLESTON. 8. C,
And No. 112 William st., NEW YORK.
Charleston. June 11. 1852 ly . 194
E.
G. BROWN,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
French, English, German and American
STRAW AND FANCY (ROODS,
Gun; Pistol; It atehe; Jeteelry, dec,
AT WHOLESALE,
No. 26 Hayne street, (up stairs,) next to the
Charleston Hotel,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
June 11, 1852 tf 194
MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
THOMAS STEEN, Proprietor,
Corner of King and Society street;
CHARLESTON, S. C.
June 11, 1852 1 19
Georgia Osnaburgs & Yarns.
JUST received, a large assortment of Osna
burgs, Sbirtines and Yarns, which will be
old uausually low for Cash, by
O. W. KOS t ti.,
Arent for the Manufactory.
May 7, 1852 tf"
18
ROOSEVELT, HYDE L CLARK,
DIRECT IMPORTER AMD WUOLESALE DEALER lit
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c,
No. 189 Meeting-street,
Nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.
T.ROOSEVELT, SIMEO.N HIDE,
Fib 27. 1852 tf
, A. CLARK.
179
GEO.W. BRIDGES
ATTORNEY' AT LAW,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE. .
TiRACTICES in the different counties com
X posing the Third Judicial Circuit will
attend to the collecting and securing of claims
and will give his undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care
March 2. 1849 tf 23
Medical Notice.
DR. m. r. may. dr. r. PATTOS
DRS. MAY & PATT0N
IT A VI NO associated themselves in the prae
II tice of Medicine, respectfully tender tltdir
professional services to tlie publie.
In critical cases, when required, both will
be in attendance without additional expense.
March 7. 1851 tf 128
-t 4 f LBS. best Scotch Snuff just received
XU and for sale, by
i.nril 23.
G. W. ROSS fc CO.
PRIVATE HOUSE,
Washington street, fronting the Methodist Epis
copal Church.
THE subscriber will entertain those who
call. WM. BURNS.
Athens, Dee. 26, 1851 tf 170
4 FEW
L. J ui
FEW gallons of good Apple Vinegar.
v , 1852.1 WM. BURNS.
rfifl BBLS. KING'S SALT, first rate bar
ej)J rcls, just received ond for sole bv
Sept 24. S. K. REEDER & CO.
Notice.
TVfOTICE is hereby given that tho Notes
1 1 and Accounts due the late firm of Jackson
fc Lillnrd, have been placed in the hands of
James Turner, as Agent, for collection. Per
sons indebted will do well to settle with him
immediately.
R. C. JACKSON,
WM. C.L1LLARD.
Athens, Tenn , Oct. 29, 1852 tf 214
M. D. BEARDEN. R. R. BEARDEM. WM.' II. SNEED.
BEARDEN, SON & CO.,
Grocery, Communion and forwarding
Merchants,
GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN.
References: Merchants of Knoxville; Cole
A Howard, Wilson A Burns, Baltimore; Wm.
Goodrich A Co., Smith, Murphy A Co., Phila
delphia; P. D. Gates, Carhurt, Bro. A Co.,
Kew York
Oct. 8, 1852 tf 211
GROCERIES!
fJAA BAGS Rio Coffee;
t)JJ 100 mattsJnva Coffee;
100 hhds. Muscovado nnd N. Orleans Sugar;
40 hhds. fine Porto Rico and St. Croix Sugor;
150 bbls. Clarified Sugar,
100 pkgs. Loaf, Crushed A Powderod Sugar;
120 hhds. Molasses;
60 bbls. New Orleans Syrup;
70 bbls. N. Y. Sugar House Syrup, fine;
40 chests Tea Hyson, Young Hysoa, aad
Imperial;
100 pkgs. Moekerel No. 1, 2 and 3;
1000 kegs Nails, all aizes;
2000 sack Salt.
Also, larec auantities of Bagging, bale Rope,
Bed Cords, Twine, Buckets, Brooms, Powder,
Shot, Lead, Spices, Fancy and Bar Soap, Can
dles Tallow, Adamantine and Sperm.
Wiucs and Liquors. For snle by
BAKER A WILCOX.
Augusta, Sept. 24, 1852 tf 209
Athens Foundry and Machine
Works.
THE subscribers would respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of Athens and the
public generally, that they are now iu opera
tion and prepared to do
C a sting
of every description in their line, and would
therefore solicit orders from all those who may
want anything of the kind.
They are now casting and have for sole dif
ferent size of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook
Stove, furnished complete; various sizes of
Parlor, Nine Plnte, Chamber, Office and Shop
Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; woule Irons;
Ploughs, right and left hand.
Alio, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water
Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou
sand feet per day.
Persons wishing Mill or Machinery eastings
can be accommodated upon short notice.
A Is. Iron Railing of every description.
They are also prepared to do all kind of
JJraes casting.
ZljHJlbllMAI A 111UMA8.
P. 8. We have connected with the Works
an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons
wishing castings can have pattern made to
order. Z. A T.
Athens, Tenn., June 4. 1862 tf 193
ATHENS HO i EL,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE.
Geo W. Mayo
HAS removed to the large Brick Tavern on
the Public Souare. heretofore eecuiiiod Jiy
James S. Bridge, Esq., where he is paepared to
accommodate the traveling public.
March 8. 1850 tf It
Medical Notice.
WW. C. NICE, M. D.,
OFFERS his professional services to his
friend and the public generally.
Athens, March 14, 1851 tf 129
GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO,
DIRECT IMPORTER A DEALERS III -
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 33 Hayne street,
CMtJIRLEITOA; 8. C.
N. B. Bolting Cloths always on hand.
WM. U. OILULAHn, SIDNEY f. HOWELL
W. D. OILLILAND. SAMES OII.LILAND
JAMES D. NICUOLS,
Oct. 81, 1851 tf 1M
1 A BUSHELS TIMOTHY SEED for sale.
1U Srpf. 2,J Ml E WEN A GILLESPIE.
NEW CASH STORE.
J. W. HeSPADDEN i CO.,
VRE receiving and opening at the corner
formerly occupied by Bradford &. Dodson,
a well selected stock of
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES!
which they are determined to sell a little
lower for CASH than they have heretofore
been sold in this market. Thur stock com
prises all the articles usually kept in thi
place, and all they ask of a generons publie
is to give them a call and examinefor them
selves. They will give the highest price for
RTieat, Oat; Corn, Peas, Potatoes, Butter,
hcemcax, Tallote, Feather; Eqgs, Chicken; Tut'
key; dt., de.
And if required they will attend to the
shipping of any article and give tbeir custom"
ers the nett proceeds ot the same.
J. W. MiSVAVVES,
W. G. IIORTOST.
Oct. 15. 1852 tf 211
Bine Vitriol, or Blue Stone.
i f( LBS. just received and for sale.
1UU McEWEN GILLESPIE.
Sept. 27. '52.
I WJSH to purchase all the LAND WAR
RANIS yon have, for which the highest
price will be given. nov.1V G. HORNE.
I WISH to sell you Sugar, Molasse; Coffee,
d, by tho bog, barrel or single pound;
and Dry Goods by the piece or single yard.
Call and see. 1 have a fine stock of Iderehan
disc of every description, and WILL NOT BE
UNDERSOLD. Nov.19 G. HORNE.
T IN-SEED OIL, Paints and
Dye-Stuffs,
ir. Also, a
and keg of fresh Apple Vinecar.
barrel of Tar. fNov.lOl WM. BURNS.
NEW GOODS I
rpiIE subscriber is now receiving a rich and
X desirable supply of Fall and Winter
Goods, consisting of Dry Goods and Groceries,
which he will sell low for Cash or Produce, at ,
wholesale or retail, by the piece or single yard,
by the bog, barrel or single pound. ,
He cannot in this notice mention every
thing. When you conic to Athens to purchase
(foods, call and examine before you purchase,
a he intends not to be undersold.
He will hold to the Cash Ststem, which la
best for tho seller and buyer. He will give
30 cents for all the good Feather that you
will bring; tho highest prices for other Pro
duce and Land Wurrants: will bo your agent
to ship your Produce, Ac., tc.
GEORGE HORNE.
Oct. 2!), 1852 tf 214
Late and Important Arrivals.
S. K. REEDER & CO.,
ARE just receiving nnd opening one of the
largest and handsomest assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
ever brought to this market. Their Goods
were bought in the Northern markets by an
experienced ngent, who understands the wants
and tastes of this section of country. Their
assortment is general, comprising almost every
article usually called for in this market. Give
them a call, and they will sell you Goods
a little cheaper than you have ever bought
them before.
Nov. 19. 1852.
Charles Vatnpbcll ' Co,y
Orrosirr the Wasiiihotom Hall,
MACON, GA.,
HAVE on hand and will be receiving du
ring the season, a complete stock of
Groceries, Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, ic.
Which they offer to the Planters and Mer
chants at the lowest market price.
They are also doing a regular Commission
BrsiNKss, and all article of PRODUCE eon
signed to thorn will receive prompt attention.
Mason, March 26, 1852 tf 183
XUST received, a fresh addition to mv stock
;t of Drue.
WM. BURNS.
May 14, 1852
Chancery Court at Cleveland.
Robert M. Swan,
rs.
Isaac N. Swan, Samuel G. Swan and William
H. Swan,
IT appearing that Samuel G. Swan i a non
resident of the State of Tennessee, so that
the ordinary process of the Court cannot be
served upon him, therefore it is ordered that
publication be made for four weeks in tb
Athens Post, requiring the said defendant to
appear at the next Chancery Court to be held
at the Court-house in Cleveland, on the 2d
Monday of February next, and answer com
plainant's bill, or judgment pro confesso will
be entered against him nnd the cause set for
hearing ex parte. JAM ES BERRY, C. t M.
By B. Frank Stol-t, d. o. a m.
Dec. 10, 1852 4t Prs fee f3 220
Chattcery Court at Cleveland, Tennessee.
Henry Wilton,
vs.
The East Tennessee A Georgia Roil Rail Co.
fpiIK account ordered in the above canse at
JL the last term of the Court will be taken
at tho Clerk A Master's office in Cleveland,
On Tuesday, the 1st day of February next, at
which time all the parties will attend with
their proof. JAMES BERRY, C. db M., '
By B. Fbaxr Stout, cam, ,
Noy. 12, 1852 It Pis fee (2 216
Press lor Sale.
THE subscriber basa second hand PRINT
ING PRESS, Smith's Patent, which h
will sell on reasonable terms. It will print
sheet about the size of the Post.
SAM'L P. 1VINS.
Athens. Oct. 8, 1852 tf 211
Blake's Patent Ohio Fire Proof
i'aiut:
TUST received, six barrels of Blake's cele
brated Fir Proof Paint, direct from New
York. Also, six barrels of Isaac Collin' Re
fined Vegetable Paint Oil, at less than half
the cost of Linseed Oil the Paint at half tha
price of White Lead dries hard, with a fin
gloss, and much more durable than Whit
Lead and Linseed Oil. For sale by the barrel
or retail, by B. F. MARTIN,
Calhoun, Tenn.
He also keep constantly on hand a large
stock of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES, which
he will sell as low as can be bought in East
Tennessee.
Calhoun, March 19, 1852 tf 182
RECEIVED, Superior Brown Sugar for fami
ly use; Crushed Sugar; Pulverised Sugar;
Coffee; Tea; Sulphur; All urn; Copperas; Soda;
Indigo; Madder; Pepper; Spice; Salt; Molasses;
While Lead; Nails, and for sale.
July 2, 1853 G. HORNE.
Iron Agency,
A FEW tons assorted Rolled Iron from th
Etowah Iron Works, such as Tire, Squar'
Round, Band, Nail, Rod and other Iron, suita
ble for farmers and blacksmith.
May 21, '62. S. K. REEDER A CO.
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