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ri iHK Third Sosi.)ii of tliU S.-hool will com 1 meiiee on Momlny, i lie 1 Hli July nest. 'Am; prr fe!on of Fire Month), puiiuble at titf eiitxe in iitr nrvnn the clone it' the Sen' ion Mtx.llin.' UeudiiiL' ami Writing, (iiMK'mnliv. Arithmetic, English Gram mar, iiml theuhove, . Natural, Moral nnJ Intellectual Phi insophv, Chemistry, Astronomy, Loirie, i.h.'torie, Oeolou'V, Mineralogy, and a 'nurse of Mathematics, ciiil.i ii.-iim Alge bra, Oenmetry, Trigonometry, Meniurn- mi of Surfaces mid Solids, tin- 1'iiiioiple ..f Vnvi-'ntimi. mid Theory and Practice ,oo of Survevinir. with the above, l'V'O Took Keeping bvSimrle Entry, extra, 2, on i Tuition ehnr.'rd from the time the student enters School till the close of the session, and no deduction minle for lost tinii.' oeepl in case . f -ickness or other providential hindrance. ' li.cirling enn he hii'l in srond families within n mile of the School nt l per wee!;, u-id sever- ! comfortable cabins have '.ecu fitted up at tl.- plaee for the accommodat ion of st.iJeiits ! who may wish to hoard themselves. June ', '.j;i-Jni 2 1 S. I'. 1IAI.K, Prpl. , New Goods-Fresh Arrival. P. II. Keith St Co., ! Villi nowrce.iviiiL' an.! opening a larire anil , complete stock of Maple ami fancy Dry . .ok which will compare favurahly with ai.v stock thai h.n ever l.cen brou.lit to thin ; market. Having' taken !.'reat pains in select- I I.e. Loth as to ip'inlily aa.l style, ami huvinir 1 ,i::-ciKH. il en the most InvoraMc i.-iios, tiicy , . ' coiiti.lcnl of being able to offer as strong ...ImcciiiciiU to purchasers uu any other house in i.r.vn. ... I 'J ii. V will not lore the rcii..-r wit It long , v.ij.'.-it".l catalogue.-, uii'l other liuuihugiie--o.'lc-l to .v .-.iiau merchants, hut on ! ; themselves with culling the ultention of u:i intelligent community to their stock, be i:eii:g that their Goods uml prices arc hetter .illations than unv manufactured I .lis. So, makimr it long storv short, they I ,r the f.W. awl are ihhrmninl to iell them! . ... -u,., tii'iccs us will .-nit the inib!ic. Ath -iis, April !, 1 . Look out for your Interest, I IT II I Jllllllll l"l li'1' V stock of Soring an I Snininer (loods is now complete, consisting of every vnrie- I V. shade all. I color ol Luni:x ,- (, i: rs Dnr.xs aooos. Also, 1 1 ll!', flips. Shoes and Hoot-, Cutters; lard u ai'e.iii. en- ami I lass-ware, ( 'ntlcnyte; Painls, lils, iye-i iills uml liliie Stone; ;;il hies besl Kin foU'ee; .'ihijO lbs. l!rown, l.onf and I 'larili.-d Snirurs; l'eppcr, Alspicc, (;iie.r. r, nnd Soda; iwnin a xi) m. '-.if xfs. Agency ,.r ihe sc of Ur. I), .layue's cele brnted I'liiuilv .Medicines; I.on.lini it: Co's do.; l)r. K.-.dcr's do : In-. C a; soil's Yellow Jiock nnd Sursiipurillu; Wolll's Aroinalie Seliciiblin Schnapps; Wi-i.ir's lialsaui of Wild fherrv; Ayrc's Liverwort mid Tar; fod Liver Oil; Arabian nnd .Mi.xi. an .Miislun.,' Liniments; to gether wilh many other valuable Medicines. 12,oiiii lbs. of Iron, w ell assorted; Virginia Salt. A-e. All of which will be sold at th" lowt prices for en-li, or L'ivdi in exi-haiiL'e for coun try Produce. I'l eliic very grateful for the liberal pat ronin'c of a evil. 'foils public here tofore extended, hope I hat ihcv mav double th irdiiiu" i i:. r. ma'ktin. (.'alhoun, April '.'ii, Is".:! if SIM Pliilotokcn or Fnnalc's Frirnd, Fur thf din- uf I'ui.ifi'l an t li:n,rirmi Mm- J Htl'imtiiin, .''. ''i''''f''i 'ill' Afi'il'tii'tl, Itll'f tin-Ti-t'uf ii f il'l lilililiitllft;r .V. rri'.M .1-J'i-i-tinn.1 nfi .nfii, mi I'i-'IiiiiiIi-ii, I I'fll of I he suit', liic al leiidant upon the 1 lives nl' I'enmles ill I he present ilav may lie tra I to soiii'. slight imprudence or ni-irlect during some critical period of their peculiar Hcasoiis, eausimr ol.-Iruciioii, irregubirity, ite., w hieli, if not r -li.'V-'d, .ra-luall v wcnkeiis and ilerang-'S Ihovsien:, uiei liv svnipnthv induces those chronic lorni- of dis.-ase f oiisiimpiioii, Ilrop.y, I iyspcp-i;i, ,'.e. which either hurry them to an early grave or render them inva lids for life. Many of I he fairest ami loveliest of creation, at that ii''e when the bud was just bursting into bloom, have withered ami died from the cH'eets of ob-truelion. ami Ihe want, of a reined v to n-si-t nature ut thut eventful period; Ti:V I'lli: I'llll.KToKKN. It is not otfercd us a cure of all ills (but flesh is heir to, but ns n remedy uml preventive for a certain class of complaints, in w hich it is warranted to io all that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can pel t.rm. Sold by SCOYIL .1- MKAD, 111 Ch.'irtres street, icw Orb'iins, General Wholesale Agents for Ihe Southern States, to whom all orders must be addressed. For sale, by I. II. K KITH t '(., Athens, nnd by one Ai.'ent in every town iu Tennessee. April till, is.ol ly 24U Latest Arrival! a. w. itoss tv o., nAVK just received their Spring nml Sum mer slock of O lio', which will be sold very low for Cash or Produce. April Js.-,:: G EO. W. BR IDG E S ATTOU.SE Y AT LA U', ATIIKNS, 'I KN'SKSSKK. IIIAiTIf KS in the ditrerent enmities com posing the Third Jiidieial fireuit will attend to the colb-eliiiL' nml seem imt of elaimi nml will uive his undivided attention to nil buines? entrusted to his care. March 2, Is lll tf 23 Shoes and Hoots. T HAVE a go.,,1 loot of line French f'nlf 1. 1-ioots for talc, or. ibal.lv iiiicnualled bv any in this pluec; nml r better lot of. Men's, Hoys uml Youths Shoes I never hud. April 15. I.. I)iiSO. NEW GOODS. rWISII to call the attention of my old cus tomers und lVicinl, and the public general ly, who have money to pay dim ii for Coods or who will pay for tln-m" when bought on time, to call in and examine my UOOJS A. SI) U ROC nit EES, before buying elsew here, ns I will do a little better for the eiisb than-any other merchant in the pbicc. and as well as ntiv for gooil men m time. Il is not necesnrv for me to enter into a loinr detail of what I have how beau tiful nnd good. I have rnniiL'h for all, and jirctty ciioul'Ii f..r any. I w ill just my (or ' M n's nml Hoifs ll'vrr, I have the tine French I'loth and Cassimeres, Satin, Silk mid Merseilles Vesting ..f everv hue; white, hlute und grt-s colored Linen; Elnstic Fnneies; ('..tloioel.-, brown mid bleached lioiuesiics; Silk and Ib-av.r Huts; broad riniiiii'd Fur Huts for obi men's wear; r.'inama, Kossuth, Intervention uml N,,n luterveiitioii. Wool, Leghorn and ( hip Huts. For hiilii s nml Girls' Wear, Tine Silk Iloniu ls, Straw. Gimp, Hair nnd Leghorn li-imnts, Ciils lints, Ilerajes IV Liiines, Muslins, Lawns, French and American Cashmeres, iMiighaiii', "aliee, and White Coo.l of various qualities, Kulfs and Plui.ls for Children's wear; l ud. rsk-eves, I'nfTs, Col lurs. Cider Cup's, Ae, Ae. April j, Jm tH.l)SON. Itio Codec. 9 ff T"r-T .""-ri..r Rio Coffee jiwt received and for tale bv April 13 KhMACO. HARD ir .1 R E. COriiTM'V, TFXXU.TJk CO, I'tr.IXT IWcORIFK. OP Hardware, Cutlery, Gun., I'iitol., c, Xfc 25 1 1 atx a nmi, C II .1 11 1. 1; ft TO V, S. C. itu c 0.1 eri:T. cu tr.T a ttisaxt. javct t. ctax. June 17, :f J17 DOCTOR YOUitSELF! The Pocket JEsculapius; on, kverv one hi own physician. THE Fortieth Edition, with One Hundred En graving, allowing Diseas es uml Malformation, of the llumou System in every shape and form. To 'which i. udiled a Treatise on the Intense of Females, being of the highest importance to married people, or those coin uiiii lul i nil marriage, ltv VM. VOL'.Nt;, 11. U I.cf no father he ashamed to present a copy of the .liSCL'LAI'Il'S to his child. U inuy save him from an early i;ravo. Lot no young man or woiiiuii eater into the seeret olilie;u tions of married life without rending the l'iK'KKr .Kvi i.Ai'irs. I.ct no one siiU'eriiiu; fi-oni a haeknied Couh, I'aiu in the Side, restless iii.'lits, nervous feelings, uml the whole train of lJvspeplic sen.-nlions, and given up hy their physician, he another moment without eon suiting tie-.l'senlapiin. Have the married, or tho.-e ahout to le married unv impediment, lead this truly useful book, us it. has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws of dent h. Any person sending Tinnt;i-Fivc Cent' enclosed in it letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or live copies will he sent for tine Hollar. Address (po-t paid) 1I. W'u. YOl'N't, No. 1 r-J Spruce st., Huladelphia. June 21, lssa I v 1 IS RANKIN, PI LLI1M & CO., IMI'OlirEIM AM) WA.M.KS.U.K IlKAI.KIIS IN t'ortlgn anil .Imtrtcan ltry Woods, So. 17 lliiyne street, Cll.UtLESTOS, S. C. WM. n. 1IANKIS, I P. M. I'liAIHMIl.tS, II. W. I't'l.MAM, I A. II. SMITH. l'eb. 25, IHM tf 2J1 Z. n fi CM. 1 I SPnilff & bUHllT16r OtOCK ! O LATEST A.XD BEST R. T. ENGLEDOW "IS just receiving nnd opening nt the old I siiiinl, on the North-west corner of the the and Public Sonare, one of the beat ussortcd fullest stocks of DRY GOOD fi! ever brought to Athens. His floods were se lected Willi great enrc, nnd with particular referenee to the wants and tastes of the peo ple of this section, nnd comprise utmost every thing that eoidd be iinmeil: liroad Cloths, Cnssinieres, Snininer Cloths, Snttinets, Vest, in.s, fancy uud plain; J.AIilKS JtUKSS tiO'llS t,f every pattern and quality, lldkfs, Cloves, Hosiery, and ill short every thing in the Dry Coods line. He has no disposition to boast, luit solicits the public to call und ex amine his recent purcliiiscs. Also, a large assortment of lints, Caps, Tlnn ncl st Iiootsaiid Shoes, llurdwure, tuceiiswurc. Cutlery, Ac., A'c. GROCERIES ! He has also a large stock of Croeprics, to wit : Siiirar, Collce, Pepper, Suit, Molasses, le., Ae. He not only has these, articles on hand, but will keep a constant supply, J'T Produce of the country taken in ex change for Coods at Cnsh prices. T A I () ft I A (. Grubb Englcdow (LNTIXI 'K to carry on the Tailoring liusi. ' ncss, at, the old stand, nnd solicit the work of their friends nnd the public. All giirincnts made in the best style uud on the shortest notice. Prices moderate. April 'o.iK 237 I Mats nnd Cap!. JCST reueived, u fine assortment, for Spring ami Summer, and for sale by i Aprils 110SS t CO. H. . I'urrcll's Aralilnn Liniment. t FUKSll supply of the Cenuine Arabian X V l.iiiimeiit, all sizcil sized bottles, just received and for sale. ap iJ K )SS A CO., Agent: jC I. O T H I N G I For the Fall of 1853. I i; I ti II AK I IS of CLurillXU arc inform t ed I hat we arc manufacturing the i.aruiwt l assoiitm knt ok 1'iiTiiisu (at wholesale only) . suitable for tho Country Trade, to be found in me ssuiie. JJjf" Wc do business on the O .V E P R I C E S Y S T E M. Irdcrs promptly filled. An examinntioii of our stock is solicited. HANl'iifSD & nilOTIll'.It, 2!i Fork i:om(o)ipotite the Axtor loime,) X Y. N. 15- We are the largest manufacturers of OILED CLOTHING in the country. Ilubbcr Clothing nt the lowest market rates. dune 1", 53 :!m 217 Produce Depot in Atlanta! SEAC0 & ABBOTT, (Sueeetmrt to Vtijij Jcltomar,) ATLANTA, OA., Wart-IJoute and Comndmion .Tlerctatitt, AM) GENERAL AGENTS IOH the plirchuse and sale of nil kinds of Tennessee l'rodiiee, Merchandise, Croce ries, Ac. inarch 18, 1R53 ly 231 GILLILANDS, HOVELL & CO, lUIIKIT IMI'OIIIEUS t nCAl.KKS I.V Foreign and DomcsUc Dry Goods Ko. llnyne street, CU.1KLKSTO.Y, S. C. N. H. ItoltingCloths always on hand. wm. n. nii.i.u.AMi, s'u.srv a. howki.u W. I.. IIILLII.ANII. JAUl;S OII.LII.AMII JAMF.S II. Ml IIOIJl. Oit31, 1851 tf ir,2 II. J. 'CILBERT, IIKAI.KK IS GROCERIES, CtiuiUet, Frnit,0it, Fith, Flour, Bntter.Uheete, Lard, Jlnenii, I'oinler, Shot, dr., West hike Maukkt Syr ah r, SAVANNAH, GA. June 3, '53 ly 215 f'ire uh a call. AITE will give Ci-iM-cries at cash price and cash for Corn, Oats, Pens, liiltler, Feathers, Ac. Ac. Ac. K EYES, SON A CO. Dee. 24. ISflS 222 Little's White Oil. THIS is the Lest rem.-dv ever offered to the public for the various Diseases of HoltSKS, vir.: Swelled Joints, Sprains, Cuts, Saddle aiidC.dlnrCalls, Scratches, PoII Evil, Fistula, and in fart every description of disease to which the Horse is liable. It is now in general use as a I.lXl.VFXT Foil MAX, a. no better enn be made, and has In-en very successfully used for Pains ami iKircsui a'uifisl every l mil, ami in mine in stance ha. made a perfect cure uf lihi-uma-ti-111. For sale by (i. SV. Horn Co., Athens. J. A. Wanner it Ci., Sweetwater. And by Inii!gi.u and MerchauU through out the country. Principal l)eK)t icotts ville, Albemarle en., Va. June 24, hM-ly 24 S MATTHFm-S' v.nperior- Floor constantly nn hand and for anlehy April 15. MuSPADDEN HOKTON. JVaitJYmUtl I ""AILS of all ie, on enaaignneat, for aal. 1 -i by the pound or k'K, at low nrieea, by may 27. KtVEif, SON 4 CO. ' r - rutDiCt1 CHERRY PECTORAL - Wmr ike Cur f fOrGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BKOMMTIS, WII00PIG-(01GU, tROl T, ASTII.1I.I, AND - io.sniPTio.. rpO euro a Cold, with lien. India and Snre L ncss of the Kodv, take the Cherry Tec- toral on going to bed, nnd wrap up warm, tut" hv. i in inn ing i lie Uigur, ror a oi.n a.u Loroii, inKe a morning, noon uml eveniii'.', according to directions on the bottle, nml the dilllciilty will soon be removed. None will long sillier from this trouble when they find it can be so readily cured. Persons atllictcd with a Rented cough, which breaks them of their rest nt night, will iiml, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on goimr to bud, they inuy be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, nnd consequently refreshing rest. Crent relief from siill'ering, mid mi ultimate cure, is nlfoi'd cd to thousands who are thus nllliuted, by this invaluable remedy. Ih'oiii its agreeable effect ill these eases, many find themselves unwilling to forego its use when the necessity for it has ceased. From two eminent Physicians in F.WHXiiiVii.i.K, Tciin., April lit, 1 8.11. Sir: We have given your Cherry Pectoral mi extensive trial in our practice, ami lind it to stirpnss every other remedy wo have for curing utl'ectioiis of the respiratory organs. lilts. llll.HKIl A- ll.iMi'Toy. 7 Sinprr nnd 1'iililio Speakers this remedy is invaluable, ns by its action on the throat and lungs, when taken ill small quantities, it removes nil hoarseness iu a few hours, ami wonderfully in creases the power mid flexi bility of the voice. Atthiim is generally much relieved, and of ten wholly cured bv Cherry Peel oral. Hut there arc some eases o obstinate as to yield entirely to no meilicine. Cherry J cctoral will cure them if they can be cured. JlruHchitin, or irritation of the throat nnd upper portion of the lungs, may be cured by taking Cherry Pectoral in small uud frequent doses. The uncomfortable oppression is soon relieved. ltev. Ur. Lansinu, of lirooklyn, J. Y., stales; "1 have seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such eases of Asthma and liroiichitis us lends me to believe it can rarely fail to cure those diseases." For Vroitn. Oivc nn emetic of niitiuionv, to he followed by luriro and freiiueiit doses of the Cherry Pectoral, until it subdues the dis. ease. II' taken iu season, it will not fail to cure. W'hniipiiiri t'oiinli may be broken up und soon cured by the use of Cherry Pectoral. The liijhieimi is speedily removed by this remedy. " Numerous instances have been no ticed where whole families were protected from uny serious consequences, while their neighbors, without the I'lierry Pectoral, were sullering from the disease. Sai.km, Ohio, Hlli .Tune, 1851. Uoet. ,T. ('. Aver: I write to inform you of the truly remarkable ell'ect of your Cherry 1'cctoraf in thin place, and in my own family. One of mv daughter, was completely cured in three days of a dreadful Whooping Cough, by taking it, Ur. Mean., one of our very best physicians freely states that he considers it tho best remedy we have for pulmonary dis eases, and t lint lie hns cured more cases of Croup with it than any other medicine he ever administered. Our clergyman of the Unptist Church says that during the run of Intlucimi here I his sea son, he has seen cures from voiir medicine ho could scarcely have believed without seeing. Yours respectfully, J. U. Sinoi.aih, Deputy Postmaster. From the dittingu'uhed Proj'cttnr of ( 'liemintrii , and Materia Medico, Joudoin College. I bar found the Cherry Pectoral, ns its ingredients show, n powerful remedy for colds, and coughs, and pulmonary diseases. Paiikkii Ci.kvki'a.m., M. Ii. Brunswick, Me., Feb. .1, 181". Ult. VALENTINE MOTT, The widely celebrated Profess f Surgery in the Medical College, New York city, suys: ' It gives me pleasure to cortify the value and cllieieucy of 'Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral,' which I consider peculiarly iidapted to cure diseases of the Throiil nnd Lungs." Cure of severe discuses upon the Lungs have been effected by Cherry Pectoral in such extreme cases ns warrant the belief thut 11 remedy bus nt length been found that enn be depended on to cure the Coughs, Colds and Consumption which carry from our midst thousands every yenr. It is indeed a medi cine to w hich the afflicted enn look with con fidence for relief, nnd they should not fail to avail themselves of it. 1'repnred and sold by JAMES C. AVER, Practical 'hernial, T.oinll, Mas'. Sold in Athens bv ti. W. UOSS A CO. Philadelphia by Jamks CiiKs.srrr, Chiirlcston by" Hiukiiaut, Cleveland by SY. IC. Pickkns And bv Denier, ill Medicines everywhere. April 22, 185 ly 2311 WW. L0WRY, JR., A T T O R X E Y A T L A Ur, Atiiexs, Tesshsskb, Ol'I'ieK in the Ollieo of the Chancery Court Clerk, over the olhec of the "Athens Post," April 22, '82 If 23!l 7w ed i c a ixlfTc e7 JOHN L. ATLEE, SI. D., HA VINO located himself at Athens, Tenn., offers his services to the public generally. He can be found nt all times in his olliec, nt the Drug Store of Win. Burns, Esq., cxeept when professionally absent. Athens, May fi, 18o!i tf 241 ATHENS HO lEL, A TJIEXS, TFXXESSF.E. Geo W. Mayo HAS removed to the largo Trick Tnvern on the Public Sqiinrc, heretofore occupiod by James S. Iiridges, Esq., where he is pnejmrcd to accommodate the traveling public. March 8. 185(1 tf 16 Groceries. 8K. UEEDKIt ha. just received a large supply of Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Ac. For .ale low. april 1 "JAMES E. W I LLIAMS7 (Late of Knoxville, Tennessee.) . co.n.n issiojv .n k hchji.vi Western cor. of Hunter nnd Prior at., 77..4.T.I, GEORGIA, HAVING rented the large Fire-proof Ware house, at the above named location, is now prepared to receive all kinds of East Tenne. ce PKODI'CE usually sent to this market. lie will give his personal attention to the business. All letters of inquiry in relation to the Markets, Ac, Ac., will receive prompt at tention. lUt'KRhxrrx-r-Chniidlcr, French t Co., Gaines A Co. Chattanooga, Tcjiii. Oaminon, Cuines A Co., Craighead 1c Dead rick, William. A Co., II. Ault, C. Wallace, and MerehnnU generally Knoxville, Tenn. II. Jl. iS.ll. Leper Lceper'a Landing, Tenn. II. C. L. B. Saffcll, It T. Cox, Gilbert A Son Louisville, Tenn. Officer, of Steamboat running between Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tenn. Not. 21. 180) tf ' 165 HILTON P. JARNAGN, JUarmti a Imm mrnd UaUctUr U Chmtctrp, Athkxs, TixxamEr. ATTENTION girea to the collecting husi mum in all lower East Tennes.ee. JaM ,' tf 245 rala Killer. AFRESFI tapply of th Genuine Perry Pari. A Son a Pain Killer, ju-.t received from the niacufaetory ,j nay . G. W. Ho??S k CO, Apnt: N E W G 0 0 D S! Wm. H. Bailew rS now receiving and opening n large and desirable, stock of Spring nnd Summer iooils, selected with care in the city of 1'hila dclpliia, consisting in part of a v i' i: r c i. o t n s : I Cassiineivs, plain nnd figured Satin Vesting, I Drup d'Ktes, Cushiaerotts, (iulu I'laid. mixed j mid plain Tweeds, Sutinettn, Kentucky Jeuns, ! Inuiu NiMikeeus, C'ottouades, Ideuelied uud ' brown Muslins, Tickings, lirillings, Ac. . ! SI US! i I'ig'd and plain liereges, Silk I'oplins, printed i and plain Lawns, tig'd and plain Jaconets, green and blue liereges, (Jinu'lniins, i'riuts, hwiss, liook ami JIull Muslims, Corilcd Man lints Uerege iJcl.iiins, Alpuecns, iloliuir Lustra, t.nalluy uo JJllll, ie., 4e. BONN E T It I B Ii O .V S ! Cloves, Hosiery, Inside Cnpes, Dress Trim, inings, Fringes, Laces, Inside Spencers, silk Neckties, Luce Veils, Inserting, and Kdgings, Kmb'd f.nee Points, Klub'd Linen uud Cam bric lldkfs, Trimming Cimps, Ac. Also, n large assortment of Hals, Boots, Shoes, Honints, Parasols nnd I'lnbrcDus, Ouecnswurc, Hardware uud Cutlery, Patent Medicines, Ac. IIu returns his thanks to his former custom ers, and invites them and the public general ly to call and examine his new stock, lie makes no parade about "great bargains," but is determined t" sell us low us the lowest and no mistake. All kinds of country Produce taken iu exchange for Coods. April H, '5v!j J A S. . DAVIS, C O M M IS SI O .V .1 E R C II A X T, Atlanta, (icorgia, Oi the corner of Vhitiml timt Atultuitia Hth, opuKite the llvttitnd limine, "ITfllKUK he will keep eonstuntlv on hand n Inrirc stock of .S7VI I'l.F AXO FAXVY DRY liOOJ'S, mil UUork'tlFSnt all dc seriptioiis, which will be sold at wholesale or retail, on as good terms us can be procured in I the city of Atlanta All business nut under his chnrgo will re ceive promjit nttcn ion. All letters of enquiry in relation to the narkct will receive atten tion. Planters ami dealers in his line will please call nml e.vr.mine his stock. miirch 18, 180S ly !!."4 For Spring & Summer Trade ! Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ! S. K. RE EDS R, IS now receiving nnd opening hi. New Goods, and can assure his friend, that lie has never purchased a Spring stock so attrac tive. He would cull particular attention to his assortment of RICH DRESS GOODS! Plain and Fancy Silks; plain and figured Heregcs; French "Orgnndics; Victoria Lawns; Jucoiiets, Swiss and French Muslins, Cambrics, Ginghams, Prints, Ac, Ac.; Itihbons, Dress Trimmings, Kid (i loves. Laces, Mitts, Silk Cloves, Bonnets for Ladies mid Misses, Silk mid Cotton Hosiery, nnd ill fact almost every thing called for in this market. FOR GEXTLEMEXS WE Alt: He has Cloths, C.issimeres, A'estings, Cot- tonndes, Linen Drilling, Drup d'Ele, uud I Summer Cloths of all kinds. !o,,ls uud Shoes; Huts and Caps, lntist styles, Ac, Ac. Also, u luge assortment of Domestics, Drill inirs, Ac, Ac. lie solicits till early call, nnd by examining his stock you wiil lind thut his ussorl incut is complete, uml s.iited to the wuuts of the public I April I, V, LEUTY'S HOTEL, LOFDOS, TEXX. REYNOLDS A LEl.'TV, Pnonm-ious. fl'MHSis 11 first class Hotel, uud is eoiiveu 1 ie utly situated for passengers either by Iiiiilroad or Steamboats; is ul.so the Singe Office for the Stage Lines leading to Ciimp bcll's Slution, Knonville. .loiifsbo'oiigh, uud Lynchburg, Va., and it will be the endeuvnr of the proprietors to give satisiaction to all who may favor the cstiiblnhmeiit wilh their company. Sept. 'in, 1852 tf 207 WASH .Mania, (.'a,, IF.ING situated almost eio.ii-di.tnnt from the Maeon A Western, estern A Atlan tic, mid (ieorgia ltailroiid Depots, this House will be found both a convenient and comfort able al 10. lc for Travelers, while sojourning at this point. Meals will be served on the arri val of the several Passenger Trains, and every ultention paid to 1 he wants uud comfort of visitors. 1.0 VD A Pt'LLIAM, rrojirietort. Atlanta, murch 18, 18M ly ;;4 WASHINGTON HALL, HV II. P. KRDDIXG, Late Proprietor of the "Maeon Route." ''pilIS well and favorably known lintel, (the L most convenient to the business part of the city,) is now open for the accommodation of Hoarders, by the ilav, week or month and particularly the traveling public. The subscriber, ever grateful for past favors, respectfully solicits the eontiiiiinnce of hi. old customers and the public generally. II. P. HEDDING. Proprietor. 11. F. Dknsk, Superintendent, would be hnp pv to wait 011 hi. old friends at tho Washing ton Hall. lUf" Cood Stabling by IV. C. Jones, former ly of Forsyth. 11. P. It. Mucon, Co., Feb. 25, 1853 ly r.il Agricultural Machinery. Amusv, May 1!, 1853. "Wc hereby certify that Mr. P. D. Gate, is our sole Agent for the sale of our Agricultural Machines in East Tennessee. Signed "Wheeler, Mei.kk A Co." r"piIE above is a copy of a certificate which L 1 huvc received from Messrs. Wheeler, M click A Co. I furnish their celebrated Home Poieert, Thrrthen and Separator; I'lorer Iliillert, and other Machine, at their cash prices, free uf commission.. P RICES: For Double orTwo Hone Powcr.Thresh er nml .Separator, including belts, wrenches and oil-cans, complete, f I, in, 00 Double Power alone, including belt, 1 15,00 Io. without belt, 110,00 Double Thresher and Separator, alone, 87,60 Single, or One Horse Power, Threaher and Separator, including belta, oil can. and wrenchea, complete, 1 23,00 Single Power, alone, including belt, 88,00 Do. without belt, 83,00 Single Thresher anil Separator, alone, 8i,(M) Clover llutlers, 80,00 Straw and Stalk Cuttera, for Horse Power, 80,00 Circular Saw Mill, with 24 inch Saw, 8.1,00 One Horse Power, without hand wheel, 78,00 Churn Cenring, 12,00 Hand Wheel, 5,00 I land for Power, 6,110 Double Power, with Combined Thresh er and Winnower, including belta, wrenches, c, 235,00 Combined Thrceher and Winnower, alone, 120,00 Onlers solicited. Addresa, P.D.GATES 12 Cron.miv, A l'ort City. New York, June 3, '63 ly 245 I on. riKiDSON baa an excellent lot of Hang J inir IMisand Telli.so liar. Mole and Tire Iron, for sale low for cash. (april 15 Cracarlea. A LAR(!K and excellent .tek of Groceries il. fur Mia low down U rash, bv AprU li. McSFAUDLN . "U01U0 CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Griffin Jfome,) Cli.VTTAXo'oOA, TENNESSEE. IIIIS well known Hotel, situated within n few steps of tlie passenger cur landing of the Western uud Atlantic iiiiilroad, is now open under the siipervidiou of Thomas Crutch- tield, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. lirysmi und i Ludy. This house, while under the control of i ( ol. J: .!. Orilhn, ueqnircd u very high reputa tion us n list eluss Hotel. The jiresent pro prietor having seeul-rd the services of Col. Crilh'n's bur-keeper, und hnving liiircliased his most excellent cook mid HotisC (my, nnd hav ing furnished the house em irelv new, hones to retain its high reputation nnd merit public patronnge. Passengers can be neeouiiiiodiited with an omnibus to mid from the hoiil.t. THOMAS CULTCIIKIFLK, Feb. 18, '6V, ly 2;;i) Proprietor. I. H W0RT0N, bKALKU IN Furniture ami l'ltmot. Window Suidet, i.ouUing U lan to, .Ttalrainn, dc. No. 43 U.MON 8TIIEKT, . . . N ASH VI LLK. VI.L kinds of Furniture iiuiile to order or repaired, nt the shortest notice, mid warranted, march 11, 185H ly 2.13 M. l. HKAK1IKN, II. II. I1KAIIHKX. W M. II. KNKKK BEIHDFX, SOX & CO., Grocery, ConimlHuton and Forwarding Urrthauta, CAY STltEET, KNOX YILLE, TENS. KiTKitrxcKs; Merehniit. of Knoxville; Cole it' Howard, Wilson it Hums, linltiiiiore ; Win. Goodrich fc Co., Smith, Muriiliv A' Co.. Pliiln- i delphiu; P. D. Gates, Carliiirt, JJro. tt Co., .ew J oi'K. Oct. 8, 18.")2 tf 211 F. D, FANNING, W IIOI.KS.M.K liKAI.KII IS HATS, CAPS A XI) STRA W GOODS, Ko. Ill Hny no street, CltJttLKSTO.V, S. C. June 11, 1R32 tf 194 SVUL'P. A superior article just received . and for sale. .pl S. K. KEEDKlt. II AVIL.N0, RISLEY & CO., 1 1' II O I. E S ALE DRV G G I S T S, (Near the Globe Hotel,) Jiuguuta, Ga.t WOC I.D call the attention of Merchants nnd Physicians to their large ami ex tensive stock of Drugs and Medicines, Chemi cals, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stud's, Surgical nnd Dental Instruments, i('c, Ao. Keing connected with Huvilnnd, Hurral it Co., Wholesale Druggists, Charleston, S. C, nnd Havilnnd, Unreal & Kisley, Importer, and Jobbers of Drugs, Ac, New York, we can otter unusual inducements to Merchaiitsaud Physi cians visiting our city. JAMKS I'. IIAV H.AXIl. JAMES UAMUL. II. W. niSI.KV. T. W. I'lllCIIIHTKR. DceS.JHSi ly 219 A. ywYlTTK," Grocery & t'ouimis.sion Merchant, MACOX, GA. V CONSTANT suj.ply of Sugar, Coffee, Ten, Iron, Salt, Baggage, Hope, Ac., with ul most every article, iu the Grocery lino. Also, (ieorgia made Osnaburgs, Yams, Ac, whole mile ut Factory prices. C?jPIIu respectfully solicits consignments of Uneon. Lard, (train, liny and other Ten nessee Products having superior storage, and to which prompt attention will be triveii.' lie is prepare. I to grunt, the usual facilities iu ad vances upon I ronuee in store. He refers bis Tennessee friends to Col. A. H. Keith, Athens, Tenn. W. S. Cnllnwiiy. Esq., McMinn en. Messrs. Onne, 'Wilson A Co., Loudon. " Toole, Pope A Co., ) , Wm. MeTecr, Esq, '"untco. murch J, lsnil ly 211" DEN TJS TRY. N A II V I I.M TP.S N F.SSEE. DR. E. A. HERMAN, (Ijicc on tin1 earner of L'nionand Cherry trect, Ko. 31, T"7HF.rtE he is prepared to execute nil T T kinds of work in the line of Dentistry. CHAKGES: Artificial Teeth set with pivot, each, $3,00 Artificial Teeth set 011 Gold Piute, two or more, each, 5,00 Entire set of Teeth, 1.111,00 ( iold Plug, ordinary size, I,u0 Tin Foil Plug, . 75 Separation, each, . fill Cleiining a set of Teeth from 60 cents to 2,00 ICxtriieting a Tooth, . B0 Administering Chloroform, fin All operations warranted to give entire satisfaction. march 11, 1853 ly. - 233 J. M. ZIMERMAN, Wholoale Vruggtrt and VharmacmUal, (SlOX OK THE LlOM AXI1 Mohtar,) 4 dvort from the Square, Market ttrcrt, A'asltrillc, HAS a large and unusually fine stock of DRUGS. MED1CIXES VII EM 10 A LS, Surgicnl, Midwifery nnd Anatomical Instru ments; Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes, Spices, Glassware, nnd Stoneware; Paint, Varnish, Conch and Artist ilmshes; Dvo Stulfs, Perfumery, Fancy and Plain Soaps; Fine Tooth and Hair Brushes; Letter and Cnp Paper; Steel Pens, Inks, Ac; Tobacco, SuuHs, and Cigars Powder, Shot, Lead and Safety Fuses; Pure Wines, Itrnndies, Spirits, Ac; Lnn drelh's Garden Seeds; Tanner.' Oil, Brushes, Ijtuipbluck, Ac. Purchasers, needing any of the above arti cles, will do well to examine the above stock beforo purchasing elsewhere, as they will find it ns extensive, of prime quulilv, (if not lower) ns low as any other House in 1'ennessee, Also, sole Wholesale Agent for Aver'. Cher ry Pectoral, Williams' Pulmonic Imlsani, Me iean Mustang Liniment, Cnnton Tea Compa ny'. Teas, Dr. J. S. Houghton'. Pewin. J. M. Z. wvuld also inform hi. LUST frionds, Ac, that he will hereafter be assisted in hi. business hy Mr. MOItTIMFK HAMILTON, late of the firm of McN'niry A Hamilton, who haa been for a number of years Iiast extensively and favorably kuown in the rug line. niarch II. 1858 8m J3J D. RDANIELS HOTEL AND BOARDIXG HOUSE, Corner of t ummer and Deaderiek streets, NASHVILLE, TENXESSEK march II, 1858 ly 23J PRIVATE HOUSE, iraJainytontrM(,roni'a7 Me Mrthotliit Epi copal Vhorck. THE .ulucriber will entertain those who all. WM. UL'KNS. Athens, Dee. 16, 85 tf 70 Wanted, A T Chilhowee, Dloiint county, two or three Machine Fitter, up. Keeoinmendationa required. Apply to ROUEKT JAMES, at the Works. Chilhowee, Dee. 24, 1852 tf 222 McEWEN & GILLESPIE ITAVK received and opened their Spring .-L and Summer OUOIS, to which they niost re.Metriillr invite attenion. April 20, 185 CORN SIIELI.ERS for sole Ly up. 22. KEYES, SOX A CO. . C "1AXDI.ES. A superior article just recciv J ed and for .ale by ' April 8. R.T. KXGLED0W. Vra Craft Sugar. LKS. prime New Orleans and Muwovado Sugar fnt received ty IpM ltov4,ct. 4000 and for mi!. Hay! Hay! KEVES, SON A CO.. wish to purchase a large quantity of uieivhuntablu HAY, for which they will pay a liberal i.riee. April 15. ' Notice. .4 I.L persons are hereby notified that a 21 Lund Wurrnnt issued on tho 191h of Au gust, 1852, under nn Act of Congress passed March ii, 1832, iu favor of Hyrnin Gipson, for one hun. Ire. 1 uud sixty acres, hns fuiled to come to my ban. Is, and is lost, or by some melius destroyed. Said Warrunt was No. 125. It is my intention to npiily to the Commissioner of Pensions for a duplicate of said Warrant. All persons uro, therefore, no tified lint to trade or iii any wise burgniu for said Warrant. JOHN ELLIOTT. July 8, 135:; lit -iOO New Goods! New Goods! XV. & A. J. IOI)M., VISE just reeeivinir nnd opening a lurge nmi splemiid assortment of Sl'Rl.SG AXD SUMMER GOODS.' selected with strict regard to the wuuts of this section of eoiiulrv, consisting in part of lints, Caps, Hisnnets, iioots, Chocs, Hardware, Ouccnswnro, Dnms, Meiliciues,Dyc-Stutl's. Ac. In fact, nearly every thing kept by country merelimiis. tiive t hem n cull nnd cxnminc their stock, which is iiiisiii'imssed for benutv, stvle and quality, by any, us they intend to sell a. low ns the lowest." "2?" Men-hiiiitiible Iiacon, Wheat, Corn, r.iinl, Feathers, Ac, taken in exchange for Goods. liieeville, Tenn, April 1, '53 tf 287 ffl. . MAV, Sf. D., SLUG EOS AXD PHYSICIAN, ATHENS, TENX., 1 ESPECTFL'LLY tender, hi. professional V services to the public. .Ian. 14, 185-t tf 223 iwljusiN UNDEHSIGNED liave opened a Uusines Douse at Athens, iu the new building near the Depot, where they are. prepared to sell GROCERIES at low rate, and to pur chase Produce qt the highest market price. tW" Wheat wuutcd nt highest cash price .aeks on hund. K EYES, SOX A CO. Athens, Dec. 17, 1852 tf 221 Take Notice. ALL persons indebted by note to theestnte of John McGhec, are requested to call without delay upon one of the subscribers, or J. W. J. Niles, President Bank of East Ten nessee, Knoxville, mid either pay the same or renew them with fiitisfnctorv security. Neg lecting to attend to this notice, they will find them in the hands of 1111 Attorney for suit. J J. MuOIIEE, 1 , (!.M.McGHEE, f """ Dec. 3, 1852 tf 219 Athens Foundry and Machine Works. r"1HE subscribers would respectfully nn 1 iioiiuee to the citizens of Athens mid the public generally, that they are now iu opera tion mid prepared to do i ' u stine of every description in their line, and would thorefore solicit order. from nil those who may wnni nnyiiiing 01 ine Kind. They are now enstimr nnd have for sulo dif ferent, sizes of the Globe, or Air-tiuht Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of Parlor, Nine Piute, Chamber, Office and Shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Wutllo Irons; i ii.iil'Iis, rignt nml let) liunil. Also, the Kilgoro Spirnl or Incline Wnler Wheel, which will saw from two to live thou sand feet per day. Persons wishing Mill or Machinery easting, can be accommodated upon short notice. Also, Iron liiiilim; of every description. They nre also prepared to do all kinds of Ilriiss casting. ZIMMEliMAN A THOMAS. I'. S. We have connected with the Works nn excellent Pattern .Maker, so that persons wishing eastings cun huve patterns made to order. Z. A T. Athens, Tenn., Juno !, 1852 tf 1',I3 LIGIITFOOT, FLANDERS & U0 Grocery & ( onimisMon Merchants EAST MACOX, GA. A CONSTANT supply of Stigur, C'ofTec, Ten, Iron, Suit, Hope, jhiggiug, Ac, with ut most every nrticla in the Grocery line. Also, n general stock of Dry Goods, llurdwure, Shoes, Hats, Ac. They respectfully solicit' consignments of Hncon, Lnrd, Grniu, liny and other Tennessee Products hnving superior storage, nml to which prompt nttention w ill be given. They nre prepared to grunt the usual facilities in advance, upon Produce in .tore. lii fereHcen: 111. S. Cnliawiiy, .Me.ilinn Co.; Til ib A Hard wick. Cleveland: 'Lenoir A God- dard, Philadelphia; J, Fitzgerald A Co., Sweet water. DAVIII FI.AXIIERS. W. T. LtOIITFOOT. innreh 18, 1853 ly W. C. BAXIIV. 234 1853 SPRING GOODS I 1853 J. A. WieiGHT& CO., A HE now receiving a large nnd well e- XX Icctcii stock of l.ooils, consisting 01 al most every article usually kept by merchants in this section of the country. Also, a good lot of Gentlemen's Itenily-ninde Clothing. GROCF.HiES. We have a good lot on hand, consisting of nugnr, loiicc, jioinsse tee., c, all or wlncu we propose to sell nt a low rate for Cash or Prodi ec, for which we will alway.'give the uignesi price. We return our thanks for the very liberal patronnge heretofore extended n, and .hall endeavor still to merit greater. We can make it to voiir interest to trade with us. (tive us a eatl. We charge nothing for showing our Goods. Sweetwutcr, march 18, 1853 tf 284 NEW ST ORE ! IIEN13GAR & KNOX, CHARLESTON, TEXN., RESPECTFULLY announce to their friends and the public generally, that they have ju.t received and opened laige and well selected etock of Spring and Summer Coods ! Among which may lie found Cloths, Cassi meres, Yestiiies, Tweed., Ermine Clot lis. Fan cy Sntiiiets, Drop d'Eta, Mottled t'assimerea, 1'ersinn Cloths; Sat ins, Silka, ISerage de l-aines, Shnlla do Ijiines, Mouse de Laines, Figured Ik-rages, Silk Poplins Corded Mn.lins, Vic toria Lawns, India Lawn.. Alpaeeas, Mohair Lust res, Jaconets, Swiss Muslins, Ijiees, Kib bona, Edgings, Dress Trimmings, Prints a general assortment. Cotton, Silk and Linen Cambric lldkfs, York Camlets, Cottonndea, Tickings, Hosiery, Ae, A superior stock of BOOTS' AND SHOES, Hardware and Cotlerr, together with the lnteet Spring styles of Hats and Caps; I.adies lionncts, Ac, Ac Also, a good assortment of GROCERIES, Sneli as Siurnr, Coffee, Molnsses, Ac, Ae. In short, they bare everything, and more too, usual Ir found in stores in this section of eonntrr. They invite ihe public to call and examine their stock, which thev feel confident will please boih as to etvle and prie. tT They will take in exchange for Hoods all kinds of Coautry Produce, at tlx highest market prioea, April 1, 'M tf J.19 JAMES R. BUCntNiN, ATTORSnYATLAW, I.Ol DON. TEXN. IVn.Ur 21, iK2 II I Mtr, Rogers , . ILITERWOUT &'.TA, ! yon the oourLLTE citk or . CoiiyA-s-, Cold, Influenza, Asthma, Brmwhitit, I Spitting of ISIoml, and all oilier Lung j Complaints lending to. I CONSUMPTION. I Look at tin Unparalleled Sueceu ! THE above distinguished Cough Medicine is enrrving all before it iu LiinirConirdeiiitt. In till sections of the country it is conslsntlv performing cures which astonish even ll'hysl einns themselves. Look at the high chnVneter nnd standing of the name, which vouch for its iinrivulled healing power. II. Cox, M. D., lute professor in the Medical College at Cin cinnati; W. J. Hicbnrds, M. D.; lion. Judge: Morse; Hon. .bulge Win. Burke, for more than 20 years Postmaster of Cincinnati: li. SXew ton, M. D.. Professor in the Medical College nt, Memphis; John A. Collins, Eso., Proprietor of the 'lcnip. Orgnn nnd General Agent of the. (irnnd Division Sons of Teinpernncc of Ohio;' Wm. II. Levison, Esq., Editor of the V. S. Mil-' itnry and Xnvnl Argus nt X. Y.; Thos. C. Faul tier," Esi., of Albany; ltev. H. Wiseman, Key.'. It. Hoyt, X. Y; City; nnd we could nnme huri-. drcds, aye, thousands of others who testifyj from personal experience! that it has caured them and their friends in some cases after all other remedies had fuiled. Such men neveK make such statements, unless convinced of their truth beyond the possibility of 8 Sb'tiot.' Kend a few of the letters. FIxtract from a letter from F. M. Corv, id II. I Stewart, Esq., Ko. 137 Second st., K. IV Sparta, June 30, 1849. Denr Friend Stewart: I have been home' now just two months. When I last law you, I had but little hope, of ever getting any "bet ter. Hut. I have now the pleasure of thank ing you for recommending me to take f: linger.' Syrup of Liverwort. Tar and Clthchn Ingua. I got a dosen bottles of It and took home with me, determined to make a fair trial of it, as I had done with everything else. I have only taken four bottles of it, and I must .ay it hns done me more good thuii any other, medicine I have ever taken. On my first taking it, it increased the expectoration, and I raised a great deal of bloody matter from my lungs, lint that has now censed, and so has my eongh, nearly. I cough but little now, and expect soon to lie entirely free from it. I consider it an invaluable meilicine, nnd sliull recommend it to nil who ure atllieted with a Cough or Diseased Lungs. 1 let a young ludy who had the CoJisUMrriow, and who hud bled u tfnod deal from the Lungs, and doctored several months with our l'hvsi ciau, but, grew worse, huve one bottle of" it, nnd it cured her. It acted almost miracu lously in her ease. Your sincere friend, F, M. Coar. Weeding at the Lungs Cured! 1ST See how Promptly it Acta! .jgj Statement of Mr. A. Lang, linker, No. .188 I'eiirl street, N. Y. A few days beforo lust Christmas I was tnken unwell, uud soon com menced bleeding frely nt the Lungs. I called in a Iloniii'pnthie Physician, but his medicine did not seem to help inc. I read your adver tisement, nnd thought I would try'Dr. Rogers' Liverwort, Tar and Cnnchulnguu. Before I hud taken up the third bottle, my bleeding hud stopped, my cough was onc, and I felt well as usual. My health is now good. I consider it u most excellent medicine, and cordially recommend il to my friends. Tins statement w as mudo to the Proprietors, Mureb 1-ilh, 1850.1 SC0VIL A MEAD, 111 Chart res st., Xew Orleans, Wholesale General Agents for the Southern Stntes.to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold by I'. II. Keith A Co., Athens. Cowan A IIammomi, Charleston. W. II. CiiAir.Mii.Ks, Cleveland,, Moss A MuKavy, I ten ton. Comx, Ma.lisoiiville, And agents in everv town ill the Sjjite. April '., 1853 iy 240 Jew David's Hebrew Plaster, yie irrrat remedy for Rheinnatitm, Gout, Pain in Ihe tide. Hip, Jiack, Limb and Joint, Hernfula, Fhnf Feil, While Svellinyt, llurd Tumor, Stiff Joint; andall 1'ixed Pain vhuterer. M'here thi J'laster i applied pain cannot eiint. IT hns been bcnelieinl in cases of weakness, such us Pain nnd Weakness in the Stomach, Weak Limbo, Lameness, Affection of the Lungs in their piiinnry singes. It destroys inllaui- mm ion iy perspiration. II 1 "! ""J 1 H "TI H Ihe following commendation is from au Agent residing nt Trenton, Tenn.: Tukntox, Gibson co., Tenn., Xov. 1, '40. Meri. Smcil fc Mead: Gentlemen : The Hebrew Fluster is becoming popular iu this section. There is a lady iu this county who suy. she would not be without thi. Fluster for tivc hundred dollnrsnyear. Sho was afflicted for some time with an enlargement of tho spleen, which gave her a great deal of pain. The swelling und pain had extended lip near ly to the armpit, uml occasionally sho could scarcely brent he. She wns confined for a con siderable time, during whieli (die was attended by soma our best physicians, but they gave her no relief. She iirocured a box of the He brew Plaster, and it relieved her almost im mediately, and now she keep, a supply of it on hand constantly. These fact, you are at liberty to use us you think proper they are substantially true. Kespcetfully, yours, Ac., JESSE J. WELLS, REMEMBER! The genuine is sold only by us, and onr ad vertised Agents throughout "the South. Ko i'edlnr is allowed to sell It. In future the genuine will have the signature of E. Taylor on the new steel plate engraved label, on the top of each box to counterfeit which, will be prosecuted as forgery. SCOYIL A MEAD, 111 Chart res street, Xew Orleans, Sole General Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications for ageucies must be addressed. Sold by P. 11. KEITH A CO., Athens, Ten. Cowan A Hammond, Charleston. Ten. W. II. Ckaiojiii.es, Cleveland, Tenn. Moss A McKamt, ItentoD, Tenn. J. A A C. W. Cornx, Madisonville, Ten. And by ugeuts appointed in every town in the State. AprH 2i, 1853 ly S40 Chancery Sate. IX necordunce with the decree rendered at the Inst, term of the Chancery Court at Madisonville, in the ease of James Dyer vs. Item. C. Jameson and others, 1 will, va the d day of September, 1853, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court-house door in Athens, the North-west quarter of section 31, township 2, range 1, West of the meridian. Also, loo Acres off the South side of the North-east quarter nnd the West half of the South-east quarter of same sect inn, township, and range, ic McMiun county, Hiwaiwee Dis-Ir'et- J. A. COFFIN, V. b M, July 22, 153 fit Prs fee 3 25S Chancery Court at Madisonville. John Stunlield, Adm'r of James Taylor, dee'd, r; lurlina Tavlor, widow, and Elijah Welch snd 1'oll v ttrl.-h and others, heirs of James 1 aylor, deceased. IT appearing satisfactorily to the Clerk and Master that the residence of defendants Welch i unknown, publication is ordered to be made for four successive weeks in the Athens Post, requiring said non resident de fendant, to make their personal appearance at the next term of the Chancery Court, to 1 held at the Court-house in Madisonville, on the U Monday of September, 185S, and answer eomidamant'a bill, or the same will, as to tbeiu, be taken as confessed and heard txmartc J. A. COFFIN, C. It. July 8 185 4t Prs fee fa 24 GROCERIES! M. jr. mt.M.K i j T-T ciTl UPP,7 of Coffee, Ra- j 1 I gar. Tea, Kice, Syrup, Molasses Pepper. . .i.-. '-ir.r. Candle-, Lad, Xaile, Ae. April r, 'ii.