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IUV1LAND, RISLEY & CO.,
WHOLE SALE DRUGGISTS, (Near the Globe Hotel.) iMgUSttt, ft; w ITOULDcall the attention of Merchants ,uJ Physicians to tneir mrge uim - . - .. 1 f..l. a I 'ln.ltll. tensive stock oi I'rugs J',""'". cals, Patent Medicine, Taints, Oils, Dye-Mulls, Being connected with llaviland, llarral A lo.. Wholesale Druggist, Charleston, .-., on. Hnviland, llnrral A Risley. Importers and Jobbers of Drugs Ae.. New York, we can offer unusual inducements to Merchant and I hysi oiuns visiting our city. james e. , IIAVILAXP. M !......... II. W. RKLKY. Dec. S, 11)5:2 ly T. W. CIIICIIKSTKR. 219 NEW BUSINESS HOUSE. UNDERSIOSED have opened a 15uincs House at Athens, in the new building near the Depot, where they are prepared to mil GROCERIES ut low rates, ami to pur chase Produce at the highest market price. tSST Wheat wanted lit highest cash price sacks on hand. . K E YES, SOX A CO. Athens, Dee. 17. 1852 tf 221 LEUTY'S HOTEL, LOT DON, TENN. REYNOLDS A LEL'TY, Proprietor. '"PHIS is first elns Hotel, and is conven .1 ient.lv situated for passengers either by Railroad "or Steamboats is also the Stage Office for the Staae Line, lending to Ciinip V,,,!!'. Station. Knoxville. Jonhiiroiigh. and Lynchburg, Va., and it will be the endeavor of the proprietors to give satislfn-tion to all who may favor the establishment with their company. Sept. 10, 1852 tf 2i il JOHN KOBSON, MAD1S0X, morhaxcouxty, GA., IS prepared with comtnodioiisStornge Room, and will sell Corn. Oats, Uncoil, Feathers, and other Tennessee Produce usually sold in Georgia, on Commission, making prompt re turns. All the above articles are generally in pood demand ill Madison. Mudsnn, Sept. 10, lsii Cm 2"T Agency at Washington, D. C- H. MARKLAND, f Ky., late Clerk in pension ollice, having resigned lor the purpose of eium-jing in the prosecution of claims airnitist. the fJovcriimcni, now offers his Borvicesto the public. He is well acquainted with the officers of the fmvoi ninent generally, at Washington city, to whom he refers. N. B. Particular attention paid to claims for Pensions and Bounty land. Sept. 24, 1852 tf 209 G. W. FERRY & CO, WHOLESALE AS! RKTAIL DEALERS IS Ball, CajM, Homtcl. Ftinctrt J: Vmbrtlla; (MASONIC HALL BUILDINGS,) Broad street, AUGUSTA, GA. OUR full stock is now in, and is ns full and well assorted as can be found at any Southern citv, and we can sell the same on as favorablo terms. An examination by Ten ner.occans vlsiling our city is earnestly solicit ed. Oct. 1, 1852 tf 210 Fall and Winter Goods! TV UK undersigned has received direct from X New York his Full und Winter stock of Hoods, consisting of the latest stvles of Ladies and Gum lemon's OltliXft GOODS for Winter. Also, Prints. Domestics, Blankets, Hats, Caps, Phoes and Boots; 20 barrels and half barrels of Sugar, put up for family use; 40 bags best Rio Coffee; Molasses; Syrup; 20 boxes splendid Cheese; with many oilier articles too tedious to mention, all of Whieli will be sold unusual ly low for PROMPT '.I K I did not steal the Goods, but perhaps bought from those who did steal them. 1 bought them for cash, and will sell them a little lower than any body else, for the same article, feeling under many obligations to tho-e who buy my Goods and purine for them. But those that buy ami never p-iv, I wool I feel under double ob ligation to tli'clilif they would cull somewhere else. , , , Virginia SALT a fiii per bushel. Tli highest price paid for Land Warrants in cash. B. F. MARTIN. Calhoun, Dec. lS.Vi tf 219 JAMES B. I'OORE, Attorney at haw ami HolUtlartn Chancery, ATHENS. TENNESSEE, nRACTICKS Law in the Circuit Courts of I M.iMinn. Monroe. Polk. Uradlov. Jlnuiil ... i.,iist mid Uhea counties, and in the Chancery Courts at Athens, Madisouville, r'lavolnnd and llarrifiti. nud will give strict attention to all business committed to his charge. E3J" Oirice nest door above the Drugstore April 10, 180311 186 Books, Paper, &c, 1TTE nre now reeeivinu a very lnrje stock V of f.'latsical and every other kind of School Hooks, preparatory to the re-opening of the Schools in January; also have on IuiihI a large assortment of M'dieal and Miseella m fiouks. which we nre adding to every week by tho steamers from New York, ami by whieli we receive all the new Books in every deiiarttnent of literature, ns soon as published; also, alwavs keep on hand the largest stock of Paper of oil kinds. Steel Pens; Blank Books of our own manufacture, and every nrtieleof fancy and staple Stationery; also. House Pa pering and Bordering, Musical Instruments, Portable Desk. I.ioliem Work Boxes, and thousands of similar articles, such as are usu ally found in Book mid Fancy Store. Also, the following at wholesale: 1000 cross of Combs, assorted; 4500 gross Coat and other Buttons; 20u,imo Needles; 1000 lbs. Pins; 2O00 doien Threads, assorted; 5o0 dozen Suspenders; 300,000 G tin Caps; Violin Strings, and almost every kind of fnney article. To all these your attention is respectfully invited. We will tell them by order and otherwise as low us any house iu'tliu Southern country. Call and see. THUS. RICHARDS A SON. Pee.l", 1852 ot 221 Augusta, Go. Just Received, A LOT of Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Indigo, Madder, Pepper, Spice, Blue Stone, Mack p.l fuiulles. Raisins. Soda. Lead, Rice.Cheese, Patent Medicine, and a great tarietji of Fall and Winter Uoodt, which will be told low for prompt pay. Kill not be undertold. You will save money to purchase Calico and other Uoodi oy i ne piece, ikimuk . Athens, Nov. 12, 1802. G. HORNE. Fur Skins Wanted. I WILL buy all the Fur Skin that is offer ed this winter, such ae Mink, Otter, Rac coon and Fox, and give good for them at Cask Pne. I vtt t&em all eased. 0. W. R0S?. Xov.SI.MH V. Savannah and Augusta. THIS Steamboat Company of Georgia HAYING thoroughly overhauled will con tinue to run the following Steamers as above, viz: D A V I I) L. A D A M S, (iron,) CHATHAM, (iron.) T1IKS. S. METCALFE, T K N X E S 8 K K. Which, with tow-boats and lighters, afford uwiii'iIIkI facilities for the transportation ol frviuht to the interior of Georgia, South Caro' linn, Tennesse und Alabama, in connection with the Hnilronds. The elegant, steam-packet D. L. Adams will connect with the steamships Florida and Ala bama landing Weight by them in 6 days from New York to Augusta. Freight (now taken nt, reduced rates) will be forwarded free of eommimion. 3" In order to prevent detention ormtKar ria'jf, bills of Inding should be addressed to OKU. 11. JOHNSTON, Prerident, Savannah, Merchandise for the interior to JOHN A. MOUKK, Agent, Augusta, Go. Savannah, DIRECTORS. ylie7irfu-. Geo 11. Johnston, Andrew Low, Edward Paddleford, W. '. It. I liiscoil, I 'has. Green, Joseph S. Fay, Jos. Washburn, July 2, 1S.V2 ly J. It. ISulklv, T. S. Metcalfe, Jnmes Hope, 1. Hopkins, 1". Sherman, 0. M. Newton. 197 I 10 Horse Power Engine for Sale. NV person winding to buy an ICngine of the above ioer, in first rate condition, will please address the undersigned at Cal houn, Teim. B. F. MAim.V. lice, o, in.r u -. rTMinSK indebted to the subscriber are re 1 Koi.etfullv renuestod to settle. lie is in Dee. !l. 1S52 tf !' need of the money nud if not paid the notes i found in the hands of A WM. BL'liNS. 219 ami accounts will b collecting otlicer. Dec. It, 1852 tf Clover Seed )U SALE, in the chuff, nt mv residence W miles Nmi li of Athens. E. CATF. December IT, 1S52 ti 221 Clear Spring English School. piIIS Seho 1 is located six miles East of 1. Athens, Mc.Miiin county, Teim., in tho midst of a healthful, beautiful and fertile country, and in a neighborhood noted for the morality, industry und good order of the citi zens. The Bce oi l sessii.n will commence on the First Momlav in January next and close on I he Inst Friday in May. Terms, per ses sion of rive months, payablo at the close of the session : Orthography, Rc-iding and Writing. 85,00 X'.nglisii uraiumar, .riuimciic nuu vi ography, , 'i00 Natural, 'Moral, and Intellectual Phi losophy; Chcmi trv, Logie Rhetoric; nnd a course of Mathematics, einbra eing Algebra, Geometry .Trigonometry, the principles of Navigation, Mensura tion of Surfaces Mild Solids, nud theory and practice of Surveying, 10,00 Tuition churge.1 Iron, tiie time tnc siu.ieni enters School till the close of the session, nnd no deduct ion made for lost time, except in ease of sickness, or other providential liin-' deraucc. Boarding can be had in respectable families in the neighborhood nt 1 per week, ami several cainfortablo cabins liave licen ! fitted up at the ldacc and in the vicinity, j which students who wish to hoard themselves en ii occupy free of eost. S. P. HALF, , Dec 17, 18S2 3m 221 Principal. Cash for Wheat. TTTE will give cash for all the tiierchanta- blc Wheat offered us. Sacks on hand. A. D. KEYES A SON. Noy. 26, 1852 1 in 218 Superfine Flour. SK. REEDKH t CO., will keep constantly on hand n supply of Superfine Flour, which they will furnish to their customer! low for cash. Athena, Sept. S, 1852. Chancery S ile o Land- '. William F. Forrest and Win. L, Rice, Enceutor. ..r .i... ..e i..i. . i.,ii.,i, ,i..n,i of the cslnte of Joh i Mullock, deceased, c. William Lemmons, Ma v Mat lock, widow. Sa rah Matlock, Henry Matlock, John Matlock, Elizabeth Matlock and Martha Mntlock, minor heirs of John Mntlock, deceased. 1ritSl'ANT to a decree of the Chancery Court, nt Athens, Mc.Miiin county, Ten nessee, nt the August Term, 1852, had in this cause, 1 will sell at the Court house door, in the town of Athens, on Monday the 7th day of February, 185S, the following tracts or pur eels of bind', to wit.: Th northwest quarter of section 22,4th fraction il township, 2nd range, west of the Meridian, lliwassce district, Mc Minn count v. Tennessee. Also, tho south- c ,,.! norttitt'piit n-inrters of section 25. 1 it, .. ...nt h west and northwest Quarter of sec-i .! ... ., ,i. . 1 1. ,..:( oioii'ior of (option 2(1. ' and the northeast quarter of section 86, all in the 4th fractional township, 2d range, west of (he Meridian, lliwassce district. Also, thirty live acres more or less adjoining snid lands on thcsouih side, lviug inthe bend of Chcstna : creek and hounded on the south bv the hinds of James Mol l is, all in McMinn county. A credit of six and twelve months will begiven on all except the sum of Sloo, to be paid down, t he purchasers giving bond and security and a lien retained on the lands until oil is paid. If the respondent, Win. 1-enmions does Hot, Wltlllll 6 lllolllllS iroill IIIB lovuunj oi gust Inst, pay the amount of said decree, in terest a n J cost. WM. LOWRV. C. d- .V. Dec. 24. 1852 tds Pi s. fee 17 222 Groceries! Groceries! S. K. REEDER & CO., ARE now receiving nud opening, at the old stand in Athens, and at the new building at the Depot, a large and first rate assortment of Groceries, which they will eell as low ns I he v can be purchased ill East Tennessee, for Cash in hand, or auy Kina oi ouniry i ro- duce. ' ' Athens, Nov. 28,1 852 tf 166 Just Receiving&Opening t f V 9toek of FALL iTrIXTER GOODS, 1 L suitable for Gentlemen and Ladies sub stantial wear. Also. Boots and Shoe for both ut Sn.mr. Coffee. Molasses, ic. All of which will be sold as cheap for each as any. raj" All kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange. euiAiu.i. . Oct. 22, 1852. Wanted, 1 T Chilhowoe, Blount county, two or three V Machine Fitter up. Recommendations required. Apply to ROBERT JAMES, at the OTKK Cbiihowe. Dee. 24. 1852 tf 222 1 n BrSHrla TIMOTHY SEED for ale. 1 U ?tI t -750 ItT.wr & r.II.I.FPIE. P, D. GATES, Produce and Commission Merchant and General Commission Agent. NO. 12 BROADWAY, NKW Y0HK. I- XF.CITKS orders in a prompt and business j like manner for Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing, Hals. Caps, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, C dise L'enern rockery, iiaruwarc -.ivy. llv Machinery, Agricultural lm ..I t lii;il liifttrmiients. Furniture, Carpets, Carriages and Harness, nud, in short, a short, or that .'anything that can be manufactured. Of ... i :.. ,1,:. ,,r viellllt V , lliouev win iiu in ' ' " .f Consignment solicited and suie. ... 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 tune, from Merchants in good credit, will meet Willi my prompt personal attention. n u t :il 1... formali nnv of thefollow- ing named Machines made by Wheeler, Mclick A o., Albany, N. Y., at their cndi prices free of Commission: Wheeler's Patent Railway (bain; Dorse Powers for one or two llorsfs; Overshot Threshers ond Separators for Double or Single Power; Combined Threshers ami Winnowers for Double Power; Clover llullcrs. Circular Saw Mills, with 24 inch Saw, mid Straw and Cornstalk Cutters. T. D. G. Nov. 26, 1852 ly 818 C. E. GREIWILLE & co., Comnmsvm and Forwarding Merchants, fllATTASOOOA, TKNVKSSEE. HAVING completed our new Wharf, im mediately in front of our Brick Ware house, and being connected with the same by a plank rond, we will be enabled to ship pro duce with despatch and in good nrder,iw of tMeharqe for drayage to our store houses or lUil Ro'a.f. ... Our storage Houses nre loentcd immediately in front of ilic Georgia State Hood, and we have the assurance of tho Bond authorities that our cotton and other produce will be taken from our Platform, on advantage which our location nnd arrangement gives us over any oilier Forwarding house, and which will greatly facilitate our shipments, besides keep ing lots alwavs in bulk. Our commission lor forwarding Col ton will be 25 cents per bale. Onts 2 cents Com 2 J and Wheat 3 ernts per bushel, with no charge for dravnge if landed at our Wliurf. Nov. "26, 1862 am 218 Medical Notice. JOHN M. LILLARD. M. D,, HAVING permanently located nt Decatur, Tenn., oilers his services to the citizens of Meigs and adjoining counties ns a practi tioner of Medicine, and hopes by strict atten tion to his profession to merit public patronage, lie can at all times be found at his ollice unless professional! v nbscnt. Decatur, May 21, 1852 t 191 SUGAR Wheat. and COFFEE to exchange for WM. BURNS. Aug. 13, 1852. - . ponoia J l 11 bb nclstXVCUi SMALL well selected lot, of School and Mussic Books, amone which isthcert- Crated "Columbia IIauf." 0. I10RNE, j;0Vi jg. 200 Men Wanted! Vlf ANTF.Dnt the 7ellieo Iron Work, Mon f roc county, East Tennessee Tvo Hun dred Good Wood Chopper, immediately, to whom cash will bo paid. J. leh A, Co., lately carrying on the above Works, having associated additional partners, intend putting the Works again into full operation nnd want a large lot of Cord Wood immediately. WELCH, HARRIS CO. Tellico Plains Dee. 28, 1852 3m 224 Chincrry Court at Cleveland, Tennessee. Nathan A. Cohen and Leopold Colin, r. Marks Ellcnburg, Henry Bernstein, Leopold Ellenburg and Hncks. T1; Henry Bern. State of Icnnc! that Marks hllenliiirg ami nstcin are non-residents of the ncssec, so that the ordinary pro- I cess of law cannot be served Umui them, therefore it is ordered that publication be made four successive weeks in the Athens Post requiring tho said defendants to appear at i the next' Chancery Court, to be held at tho ' Court house in Clevclund, Bradley county, Tennessee, on the fourth Monday of Februa ry next, ond answer complninnuts bill, or judgment pro confeuo will be entered against them, nnd the cause set for hearing ex parte as to them. JAMES BERRY. 0. fr if. By li. Fbank Stolt, ij. c. M. Jnn7, 1855 4t Prs fee $3 224 Estrays. pAKEN tip by Robert Hood, living in the JL second civil" district of Polk county, five miles North-east of Benton, one Sorrel Mare, about fifteen hands high, four years old last Spring, some white on each foot, tho hind feet white" to the hock, some collar marks, and small swab off the tail. Appraised to ?60. Also, with her one Mule, taken up by the snid Hood, nt tho same time, eupposed to be one year old last Spring, rnthcr bay color, horse mule, no marks perceivable. Appraised to $20. SAMCEL DUNN, Ranger Polk to, Benton, Jan. 7, 18533 224 SoUlUCm AledlCal LStabHShmCnl, DIl.P.M.COHE.V & CO., IMroRTEUS AMI DCAI.KRR IX ! English, French and German brags. Chemicals, J 'amis, IHS, uye-oiugs, j-aieni aieatanes, Perfumery, Instruments, Glassware, Trusses, Jlrathes, and Fancy Articles, No. 25, Uavue street, CHARLESTON, S. C. TMIEIR Dve-Stuffs nnd Paints being of di- X rect importation, will be found to be su perior in quality, and very low. (treat enre is observed in packing, and their Goods nre put up in ycry handsome style with beautiful labels. June 11, 1852 ly 194 CADIES. TE have a sucrior article of Candy, Al VV monds. Cheese. Cracker. Soda Buis cuit. Green Apples, und many other good things w hich we will sell low down for cash. J. W. MCSiVAUVX Oi AJ. Dec. 2i, 1852. Take Notice. 4 LL person indebted by note to theestat XX ol John Alcijiiee, are requested to can without delay upon oue of the subscribers, or J. W. J. Nile, President Bank of East Ten aeuee, Knoxville, and either pay the same or renew them with catisfoctory security. Neg lectiug to att end to this notice, they will find mem in lue uaou oi mu aihithct iur suit B. McGHEE, ir. D. 2, 1S52 tf 1 FREE EXHIBITION, New Goods. 13 IT, KE1TIL takes pleasure in nnnounc . ing to his Old customers and the public generally that he has iust 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 thut 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, Hills Itnd Cnps, Boots and Shoes, Ready made Clothing, China Glass and Queenswnre, Hardware and Cutlery, and in fact, almost every article that can be named belonging to a merchants establishment. Great Bargains will be given for prompt pay: Call nud examine. Athens, Teim., Nov. 2fi, 1852 tf 2iS Salt! Salt!! GOOD supply Salt in new barrels, re J.. ceived and for sale by J. W. MeSPADDEN CO. . Nov. 36.1852 218 A CARD. To lite Merchants of East Tennessee, 1Vi krn Virginia and Western Carolind. HAYING determined to establish A Commission- HrsisKss in New Orleans, I re spectfully offer my services to you in thut ca pacity. Mv operations will embrace the Rkckivixg axu Foiiwaiiiiixo ok Mkiiciiasiiisk, Sklli.mi l'uoiMxi; consigned to me, and I'urciiahixu Giiockriks or other articles in that market. In Purchasing Groaries the strictest care and attention will begiven both to their qual ity and price sending to corrcsKndelits only such articles as 1 know arc adapted to their market. When the amount of Sugar and Molasses ordered is such as to justify it, or when sever al orders can be combined in the some pur chase, it will be made duiixti.y fiiom tiik Plan teo. Thus saving to those ordering a good profit in avoiding the expense of Commissions, Ac. Ac, incurred in making purchases in the city, filling these orders, including my com missions, at A Ml I'll i.kss nuc'K, than if ordered directly from Houses dealing in these articles, and what is of equal importance, sending vou itll hogsheads of Sugar, (thereby increas ing your allowance for tare,) nnd both Sugnr and'Molasses in much iiettkr oiiiikii, than if purchased elsewhere than on plantations. In all branches of this business which may bo entrusted to mc, the interests of correspon dents will be strictly consulted, well knowing that course alone can accomplish the object I have in view, building up in Xew Orleans an Aos! Tennessee Commission House. My charges for making purchases will be 2i per cent, and for other operations in propor tion. Remittances can be made to me in New Orleans, in drafts drawn on Nashville, or on the Eastern cities, or by making deposits in the dill'erent Banks in East Tennessee und en closing the certificate, or depositing Bank notes with Messrs. Beabdos, Son it Co., of Knoxville, who will remit the same. E. S. TEMrLE, (Late of Knoxville, 7Wi.) Refer to Messrs. Bkabdon, Sox it Co., N. Gam mox it Son, f nAiniiKAti it Deaomck, Knoxville. Nov. 26, 1852 4m 218 Powder. I) IFLE nnd Blasting Powder just received t ami for sulo by G. W. ROSS & CO. June 25. New Southern Drug House. SIMOXDS, RUFF & CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 11 Hnyne street, CHARLESTON, S. C. VITOULD call the attention of Physicians V nnd Merchants to their stock of Chemi cals, Perfumeries, Paints, Jhe-Stufs and St efan, imported expressly for the Southern and Western trade, which they offer at greatly re duced prices. , The Tennessee mcrchnnts 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 nt home or abroad. Recollect the pluce, Xo. 11 JIayne St., (sign of the bottle.) Juno 18, 1852 ti T OIMNG'S STEAM REFINED UtM.PKiV SYRUP. Tho best article ever offered in this market, just received and for sale, by may 28, '62.J S. ft. UbbJ r." a. w. Oflf LBS. prune New Orleans SLGAK. OUvV just received and for sale, cheap for Cash, ly tno barrel or pounu, ny April 23. u. w. ituss a: uu. L1NNEAU & BURCKMYER, WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 14 Ilnyne street, CHARLESTON, S. C, HAVE always on hand an extensive stock of nil articles in their line, to which they invite the attention of merchant visiting Charleston. ' June 7. 1852 ly 1!4 F. D. FANNING, WHOLESALE DEALER IN HATS, CAPS AND STRA W GOODS, Kb. 31 llayne street, CIIJiRLESTO.X, 8. C. June 11, 1852 tf 194 Wholesale Clothing. THE subscribers respectfully call the atten tion of those visiting this city, or New ork, to lav in a stock or Uoods, that tliey have at all times on hand a full supply of Ready-Made Clothing and Gents Furnishing Oooils, which they will sell nt " Wliolcsale and Jietail" with ten per rent, less than any other house in this city. The Goods are all made up by themsel ves at their manufactory, No. 112 William street, New York, and are all war ranted. I. L. FALK A CO., A'o. 265 King si, next to Aiudon House siqn, ClIARLKSTOX, 8. C, AndXo. 112 William st., NEW YORK. Charleston, June 11, 1852 ly 194 E. G. B R 0 W N, IVrORTER AND DEALER IN French, English, German and American STItAW AND FA!r.'Y GOODS, tVuns, J'istols, H atches, Jewelry, de AT WHOLESALE, No. 26 Hayne street, (up itaira,) next to the t liorlestoa Hotel, CHARLESTON, S. C. June 11. 1862 tf . 194 MERCHANTS' HOTEL, THOMAS STEEN, PaorRirroa, Corner of King and Society streets, CHARLESTON, S. C. June 11, 1802 ly 194 Georgia OsnaburgstSi Yarns,; tput ,..ioJ . tnne assortment of Osna- ij burgs, Shirtings nnd Yarns, which will be sold unusually low for Cash, by XT. . UUOO (k IV., Agents for the Manufactory May 7, 1852 tf ' 189 ROOSEVELT, HYDE & CLARK, MKECT IMroRTEUS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX Hardware, Cutlery, 6tins,&c, Xo. 1S9 Meeting-stfcel, Nearly opposite Charleston Hotel, CUARLEST0X, SO. CA. . i.nonsitvELt, siMKoNiiirbE, B. a. olark. Fib 27. 1852 tf H9 GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. IJRACTICES in the different counties com .;. ihn Tliir.1 Judicial Circuit will at t end to the collecting and securing of claims and will give his undivided attention to an business entrusted to his care. March 2, 1849 tf 23 Leather! Leather! THE subscriber has a good supply of Sole, l. pper nftii Harness Leather, for nle at Hudson's sttire, cheap for cash. JJec. V'i 152 22U 1. Vrtuuiiiiii. -i i ( LBS. best Seofch Snuff just received nnd for rttfc, by M nril aft.- w. . krw PRIVATE HOUSE, Washington street, fronting the Methodist Epis copal Church. THE subscriber will entertain those who enl). WM. BCRNS. Atl Dec. 2, 1851 tf 170 AEEW gallons of good Apple Vinegar. July V, 1852. WM. BL'RN 0 BP.IJ. KING'S SALT, lirst rate bnr f il tf rtls, just received nnd for sale ly Sei.t 24. S. K. REEUKK A CO. Notice. "VTOTICE is hereby given Hint tlic JXotcs l nn.l Ai.iiiintailuu the late firm of Jackson it Lillard, have been placed inthe hands of James Turner, ns Agent, for collection. Per sons indebted will do well to settle with him immediately. WM. C. LILLARD. Athens, Tenn , Oct. 29, 1852 tf 214 M. D. I1KAIIDKN. R. B. DKARI'KX. WU. H. 1XKEU. RRARDEN. SON & CO.. Groctry Comminnion find Forwarding GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Reference: Merchants of Knoxville; Cole it llowurd, Wilson & Bums, Baltimore; Wm. Goodrich it Co., Smith, Murphy t Co., Phila delphia; P. 1. Gates, Carhart, Bio. it Co., iNcw i ork. Oct. 8, 1852 tf 211 GROCERIES! ?f( BAGS Rio Coffee; fj'jyj 100 matt Java Coffee; 100 hhds. Muscovada nnd N. Orlean Sugar; 40 hhds. fine Porto Uico and St. Croix Sugar; 150 bbls. Clarified Sugar; 100 pkgs. Loaf, Crushed it Powdered Sugar; 120 hhds. Molasses; 60 bids. New Orlean Syrup; 70 bbls. N. V. Sugar House Syrup, fine; 40 chests Tea Hyson, Young Hysoa, aad Imperial; 100 pkgs. Mackerel Xo. 1, 2 and 8; 1000 kegs Nails, all sizes; 2000 sacks Salt. Also, large quantities of Bagging, bale Rope, Bed Cords, Twine, Buckets, Brooms, Powder, Shot, Lend, Spices, Fancy and Bar Soap, Caa dlcg Tallow, Adamantine and Sperm. Wines and Liquors. For sale by baker i 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 in opera tion and prepared to do V a ft titt g of every description in their line, and would therefore solicit ordcrsfrom all those who may want anything of the kind. They are now casting nnd have for snlc dif- rAMA..vu; nt tl,A flli.i.o r.r Air-tiirhfc Cook icon, . . t n , " Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of ... . , r i n' 1 l;L.. 1 arlor, jNMC nate, Lnainner, umrt nuu mio Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waffle Irons; Ploughs, right nnd left hand. Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water Wheel, which will sow from two to live thou sand feet per daw Persons wishing Mill or Machinery cnstings can be accommodated upon ehort notice. A lux TrtM t!nli,o nt iii'dft descrintion. They arc also prepared to do all kind of xsras casting. ZIMMERMAN & THOMAS. P. S. We have connected with the Work ... Aw.AA11.,f 1inin Male ap iui thnt ncrsons wishing castings can have patterns made to oraer. Athen Tenn.. June 4, 1852 tf 193 ATHENS HO! EL, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. Geo. W. Mayo HAS removed to the large Brick Tavern on the Public Sauare, heretofore occupied by James S. Bridges, Esq., where he is paepared to accommodate the traveling public. March 8. 1850 tf 76 Medical Notice. WM. G. NICE, M. D., "VFFERS his professional service to hi J friend and the publie generally. Athens, March 14, 1851 tf 129 GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO, DIRECT IMPORTERS A DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 33 Hayne street, CBJIKIESTOA', S. C. 17. B. Bolting Cloth always on band. WM. B. alLULAKD, SIPMCT . BOW ELI W. D. OILULAXU. RAVES tllLULAMD JAMES B. NICHOLS, Oct. 31. 1861 tf 16S Fionr. A GOOD lot of Mathews' Flour for sale lew, forcnh,by J. W. MeSPADDEN CO. Dec 24, 1853 222 NEW GASH STORE. J. W. MeSPADDEN li CO., ARE receiving and opening at the corner formerly occupied by Bradford Dodion, a well selected stock of . DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES!. which they nre determined to sell a little" lower for CASH than they have heretioro been sold in this market. Thtir stock om- prises all the articles usually kept in'tliis place, nnd all they ask of a generous public is to give theln a call hnd cxaniinefor them selves. They will give the highest price for Wheat, Oats, Corn, Peas, Potatoes, Mutter, Jieemax, Tallote, Feathers, Eggs, Chickens, J'w ktgs, dec, Jce. , And if required they will attend to the shipping of any article and give their custom' crs the nett proceeds of the game. d. IV. JI(M'A1JIIJU, W. G. 110RT0N. Oct. 15. 18B2 tf 212 Bliife Vilrlol, or Blue Stone. k HA LBS. just received and Tor fhle. 1 U U Mt E WEN & G 1 LLESPIE; Sept. 27, 52. 1W1S1I to purehnsc all the LA XV ,V'dR' RANTS yon have, for wliicu the highest price Will be given, nov.ltl 0. HORNE. . IW I SI I to sell you Sugar, Molasses, Coffer,', dr., by tho bag, barrel or single pound nnd Pry Goods by the piece or single yard. Call nnd see. I have a tih stock of Merchant dise. of every description, nud WILL NOT BE CAOKKSGJ.R LJNov l)J G. 1IOKKK. IN-SlfEi) OIL, Paint and-Nyeiituns; and keg of fresh Apple Vinegar. Also, a barrel of Tar. I Nov. til WM. BURNS. NEW GOODS! fTHE subscriber i now receiving a rich and 1 desirable supply of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of Dry Goods and Groceries, which lie will sell low for Cash or Produce, at wholesale or retail, by the piece or single yard, by the bag, barrel or'single pound, 'lie cannot in this notice mention every thing.- When you come to Athens to purchase Goods, call fitid examine before you purchase, as he intends not to be undersold. He will hold to the Cash System, which i best for the seller mid buyer. He will give 30 cents for nil the good Feathers that you will bring; the highest prices for other Pro duce and Land Warrants; will be your agent to ship your Produce, Ac, 4 c. UiUKUJS JiOKftK. Oct. 29, 1852 tf 214 Late and Important Arrivals. S. K, REEDER & CO., ARE just receiving and opening one of the largest and handsomest assortments of FALL AND WINTER GOODS! ever brought to this tnarkct. Their Good were bouuht in the Northern market by aa experienced aiient, w ho understands the want and tastes of this section of country. Their assortment is general, comprising almost every nrneie iimuinj riuii'u jor in im uinrjtei. un them a call, and they will sell you Goc a little cheaper than you have ever Lougi them before. Nov. 19. 1852. irt Charles Campbell A' Co., Oitositk the Washinotox Hall, MACON. GA.. nAVE on hand and will be receiving du ring the season, a complete stock of Groceries, Staple and Domestic Dry Goods, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, tke.. Which they offer to the Planter and Mer chants nt the lowest market price. . inoy are a mo doing a regular iommimioh Bi'siness, nnd all articles of PRODUCE on signed to them will receive prompt attention. Oineon, ainrcn 2tt, lS2 it 183 TUST received, a fresh addition to my stock ft of Drugs. WM. BURNS. May 14, 1852 in n. a nti. r.v- ti-..a' . i r i.i in. iiiiiii it Paint I TUST received, six barrel of Blake' eel ItrotAfl Vipa Proof Pnint flirAA. frnm m- York. Also, six barrels of Isaac Collins' R lined v ciretnoie raint uu, at less tnan nan the cost of Linseed Oil the Paint at half the priecof White Lead dries hard, with a fin glors, and much more durable than White Lead and Linseed Oil. For sale by the barrel or retail, by 1). F. MARTIN, Calhoun, Tenn. Ho also keep constantly on hand a large stock of DRY GOODS and tJROCERlES, which he will sell us low a can be bought in East Tennessee. Calhoun, March 19, 1852 tf 182 1) ECEIVKI), Superior Brown Sugar for fomi V ly use; Crushed Sugar; Pulverised Sugar; Coffee; Tea; Sulphur; A I him; Copperas; Soda; Indigo; Madder; Pepper; !pice; isalt; Molasses; White Lead; Kails, and for sale. July 2, 1862 G. HORNE. Iron Agency. A FEW tons assorted Rolled Iron from tie Etowah Iron Works, such ns Tire, Square, Round, Band, Nail, Rod and other Iron, suita ble for farmers and blacksmith. May 21, '52. a K. REEDER A CO. RAIL ROAD HOUSE, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. TnE subscriber respectfully announces to the traveling public thnt he ho opened the above House for the accommodation of all who may give him a call. His House i situa ted in a convenient part of the town, and he hope by close attention to business to receive a liberal share of public patronage. P. K. W11ETSELL. Jan. 23. 1862 tf 174 JAMES E. WILLIMAS, (Late of Knoxville, Tennessee.) COMJtl MSSIOJY JIEHCtMJYT Western cor. of Hunter and Prior sts., . ATLANTA, GEORGIA, HAVING rented the large Fire-proof Ware house, at the above named location, is now prepared to receive all kind of Eait Tennes see PRODUCE usually sent to this market. He will give his personal attention to the business. All letters of inquiry in relation te the Markets, Ac, Ac, will receive prompt at tention. Rrverehcex Chandler, French A Gh, Gaines; A Co. Chattanooga, Tenn. Gammon, Gaines & Co., Craighead t Dead rick, Williams A Co., II. Ault, a Wallace, a4 Merchants generally Knoxville, Tenn. IL B. A S. M. Lee per Leeper's Landing, Tenn. II. C A L. B. Paffell, H. T. Cos, Gilbert Son Louisville, Tenn. r Officer of Steamboat rnnaiag between Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tenn. Nov. 21. 1861 tf IS Blue Vitriol. LBa BLUE VITRIOL, just received 275 and for eai 07 Sept 10.J C. W. ROSS A CO.