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Passed lu the General Assembly nf the State of Tennessee, for 1 853 1 85 1. An net providing for the payment of the costs in ftnits of liahens Crrpus. An net to stahlish a chancery court for the county of Cocke. Au net to establish n chancery court at Eliza- Lethtou, und for other purposed. An net to change the time of hold the chan cery court at Sparta. An act to reduce the num'ocr of Directors in the Dranehes of the Union Hank. An net to repeal the 20th section of the net of the 27lh February, 1852. An act to change the time of holding the winter term of the circuit court of the county of Carroll. An act to regulate the emancipation of slaves, nd to provide for their transportation to Liberia. An act to amend the act of 1835, ch. 11, in regard to Notaries Public. An act to protect the owners of real estate in the different cities and incorporated tutves in this State. An nut to legalize certain proceedings in the county of Humphreys. An act creating the ollice of Geologist and Mineralogist, and Assnyer for the State of Tennessee. An act to consolidate the office of Entry-taker and Surveyor of Henry county. An act to change the time of holding the circuit courts of Haywood county. An net to establish the 5th and (it la chancery divisions of this State. An act prescribing the duties of Register, mid for other purposes. An act to authorize the citizens of Decatur county to file bills in the chancery court at Savannah, cxiugton, Huntington, or Wnynesboroiigh. An net to enable the Trustees of the State Hospital to extend and complete the same, and for other purposes. An act to amend un act passed 1 1th February, 1853, (Omnibus Hill.) An net to establish n chancery court nt Jamestown, and for other purposes. An act to dispose of any vacant lands in the Ocoee district. An net to authorize the investing of certain monies in State bonds. An act to iiniend un net authorizing and reg- lating county subscriptions for rail road stock. An act to repeal the act of 1829, eh. 100, sections 1 und 2. All act to amend an net to regulate proceed ings in the action of Replevin, passed Jan. 15th, 184-t. An act to amend the net establishing a chan cery court for the county of l'olk. An net to prescribe the time and manner of electing Judges mid Attorneys General by the people. An act to increase the salaries of different Judges of the State. An net to omend an act passed January 28th, 1848, entitled nil net to define cases in which the State may bo taxed with costs. An act better to secure the rights of tobacco planters, tie. Au act to amend an act entitled an net, to establish a system of internal improvement in this Slate, and for other purposes. An actio establish the county of i'litnum. An act to regulate the fees of Sheriffs. An net to uutliorizu church officers mid their successors to convey real estate, and for other purposes. An act to prevent the cut offin the collection of debts. An act to repeal nn act entitled an net, to re peal so much of the 48th section of nn net . . r . I . , . now in lorce, ns provides lor mo inui oi laves for capital otl'ences, und directing the mode of trial in future. An net to make railroad companies liable for stock killed, flic. An act to institute the office of State Libra- An art to require Chancellors and Circuit Judges to hold their courts at the regular terms. An act to amend an act authorizing the busi ness of Dunking. An act to repeal a part of an act passed 27th Feb. J 852. An net for tho benefit of minors. An act to allow the citizens of any town sep united by a county line, to apply to the court of either county forcorporation privi leges. An act to give further time to perfect titles to lands, &c. An act to prevent the law's delay. An act to amend nn net to vest in tho circuit court tho power to restore persons to the rights of citizenship. An act to nuthorizo the entry of any vacant lands in the Hiwasseo Kiver. An act to continue the construction of the State Capitol. An net to establish ft system of Common Schools in this Stnto. An act to condense and bring into ono view all tho laws in regard to educution nnd Common Schools, An net to authorize tho Register of the moun- tain district to transcribe certain grants. An net to nuthorize sheriff to appoint addi- tional deputies. An act to amend an net authorizing the citi zens of nny town, city, or village, in the State, to become incorporated. An act to prevent oppressive county taxes for railroad purposes. An act to amend and perfect tl:o registration of certain instrument. An act to establish Stato Agricultural Uu- reau, &c. ... , , An act to amond the partition Uws of tins State. An act to allow Testamentary Trustees to resign. . An act to make equal the Banks herein nam- ed in the payment of bonus to the State, ste. An act to regulate the tax on peddling. An act for the benefit of the Tennessee Bund An act to'amcnd an act passed in 1805, eh. .66. An act for the better protection of tho bodies of deceased persons. An net to defray the expenses of the General Assembly. . An act to extend the benefit of an act ol Congress to the officers and soldiers or Tennessee. , An act directing the mode of stating accounts of the Bank of Tennessee, and for other Ara'cUo'a'uthorir.e the Bank of Tennessee to burn iu defaced notes, and for other purposes. An set to amend the set of 1827, to suppress private banking. -, An act to exempt the Treasurer and Comp troller from attending. Sic An act to amend the Revenue Laws in regard to revenue commissioners. An act to enable all persons charged with tl.e assets of an estate, to perpetuate evidence of payment, and for other purposes. An act to amend the act of 1813, ch. 131. Ad set to provide an annual sum for the sup port of the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, and for other porjMMM- An set to amend the act of 1850, extending the jurisdiction of Justices of the 1 eace- An actio amend the t of 1850, authorizing the formation or turnpike companies- Aa act for the protection of orplum children. 3J- A ebap out west who seems to view in in9iti.Mr.raet war. aavs. cirls are MW" " " ' - - right in the road to heaven, and too can t look heavenward without looking at them, and you cant travel heavenward without ful , : a.. !.. and that he who starts lowing earliest will be apt to overtake them soonest and enjoy them the longest. FOREIGN NEWS. Tho Asia has arrived at Halifax bringing Liverpool dates to the 25th lilt. Wo subjoin such extracts ns wo find of interest. No Naval or military engagement is report, cd by t'.iis arrival. France continues actively engaged in her formidable warlike prepara tions. Austria is becoming much more fa vorable to the allied powers. Political events of the highest importance are being develop, ed. A sionifiennt announcement has been made in i'aris, through the columns of tho Monitcur newspaper, to the effect that if the flags of France and Austria arc united in the east, France will not permit any attempts at separation beyond the Alps. This is regard ed us a threat to i.-dso Hungary and Italy if Austria sides with Russia. It is further stated, through the siitiieehaii nel that France cannot suffer the integrity of the Ottoman Empire, to bo broken by the aggressive acts of Greece; and further, that France discountenances all attempts at revo lutinn anywhere. These announcements are viewed by tho people ns official. Austria continues to send troops to her Southeastern frontier, and says she does so . merely to prevent disturbances spreading to Servia; Monteuegrno mid Bosnia. ' The attitude of Prussia remains unchanged nnd unexplained. It is reported th.it n joiul-manifesto has been agreed upon by France and Knghuid, having all the force of a formal declaration of war, which will be issued in a few days. It is further rumored that England has sent a final announcement to the Czar naming a definite time in which ha must evacuate the Principalities. The Greek insurrection has become formi dable in Efi'esiis. The insurgents have taken the town of Aria, besides the Turks in the citadel. Thrco thousand insurgents are with in ten miles of Tanya. The Albanian de taehment of tho Greek regular troops has gone over to the insurgents. Armed bauds of Albanians go from village to village arous ing the people and distributing arms gratuit ously, and circulating inflammatory placards, &c. ' The Greek government remains apa thetic and powerless. At Sulonica, on tho fith, an insurrection broke out, in which, however, the Turks at tacked and defeated the insurgents. Disturbances continue in Asia Minor. At Kularut and other places blood is being con stantly shed. In Greece itself, great excite, mciit continues to prevail. Disturbances also continue in the Indian Isles. England has formally notified Prussia of her intention to send n fleet to the Bailie. Prince George, Duke of Cambridge, will com mand the cavalry under Lord Raghind. Accounts from the Danube state that the opposing forces are preparing for a great battle. Nothing new from Asia. The Shah of Persia has finally announced that he will remain neutral. The tone of the German Press is bvcomiiig more udvcr.se to Russian views. An alliance, offensive and defensive, be tween France nnd Switzerland, is believed to have been concluded. This enables France to operate on Austria or Italy. A recent letter from Italv written, by Mr. Daniel to the Richmond (Vn.) Examiner, ex cites great nnnoyance at Turin, and threatens him with a duel. Tho letter is copied in Galignani. I3f The Baltimore American Nays that the popularity of the war in England and France, has evidently surprised even the Gov. emiiieiits of those countries, nnd is clearly evinced by the enthusiasm with w hich vol unteers for the land and naval forces arc rnsliimr to the national standards. The scarci ty of seaman for the British navy is no longer felt, nnd, in the language of tho London Times, tho British fleet has been lilted out as readily ns n sloop of war would have been live years ngo. Tlrj navy of Franco has also been put on n complete war footing with equal facility, nnd the colossal preparations indicate the intention of the two powers "lo conquer a peace" ns speedily as possible. Tho commercial news by the Asia, espe cially the decline in lireadstull's, in the face of these, warlike preparations, shows that the nrices have hitherto irono higher on the nn- ticipations of n general war than the reality warrants. 3?" A late London lettcrsays: "Austria and Prussia have refused the overtures made by Count Orloll; but Austria is playing a sneaking game. She now offers to meditate between Russia and the Western Powers, backing out, as it werc,nf the Vienna protocol. It also seems that she hud n hand in the con spiracy discovered nt Constantinople t create an insurrection among tho Christians, nnd positively sheltered tho ringleaders lit the Austrian embassy. She is not to be trusted.1 Work. Woiik, Work ! There is nothing gained by idleness and sloth. This is a world of action, and to make money, gain a reputa tion, and exert n happv influence, men must be active, and energetic They must not quail at shadows, run Irom lions, or attempt lo dodire tholiL'htuinL'. Go forward zealously in whatever you undertake, nnd we will risk you any whero and through lite. Attacking a Fort. A letter from Tro bizond, dated the 26th of January, gives tho following occountof the prevention of a sixth attack on Fort St. Nicholas by the Russians, and their defeat: On Thursday, tho 10th Januury, 300 Russians, issued from Orzagh hetta and marched on Cbekvetil, (St. Nicho las.) This was their sixth attompt to re-capture that fort. They concealed themselves in the jungle at a short distance from the fort, and lay there until night time, when they meditated atorming the place. The Turkish scouts gave timely warning, nnd the greater part of tho garrison issued forth and fell upon the concealed Russians. A scene of slaughter ensuod.in which more than two thirds of tho Russians fell, and the remain der withdrew in tho greatest disorder nnd precipitation. Tho loss on the Turkish side was insignificant, owing to tho peculiar na ture of tho surprise. J3f"Mr. J. S. Richardson, the inventor of the proposed atmospheric telegraph, by w hich the mails and even packages weighing several tons, will be transmitted the whole distance between New York and Boston iu at least fifteen minutes, by atmospheric pressure, through a tube of metal, has asked of Con grrss an appropriation of $50,000 to test the experiment. The President pro tern, of tho Senate has appointed tho following select committee to consider the petition of Mr. Richardson, vie Messrs. Shield, Everett, Mal lory, Williams, and Thompson, of Kentucky. The project we understand, receives favora ble consideration in Washi-gton. The Cincinnati Commercial ssys the sea son is opening favorably for farmin-f opera tions, aud the farmers are goin; to work with unusual alacrity srd Mor. AN ACT, To dispose of any vacant lands in the Ocoee District. Sec. 1. lie it enacted. That nil or any of tho vacant mid unappropriated lauds in the Ocoee District nmv lie entered by general en try in the Entry Taker's ollice in said District nt Cleveland, whether the same bo designated on tho map of said District or not. If the lands entered under tho provisions of this net be designated on the map they may be en tered on the terms of paying the lees of offi cers as heretofore provided. But if they do not appear on the map, the enterer shall pre sent to the Entry Taker on entry, in writing, desii'iiatiii!? the becinninir of the entry, and the prominent points or established lines, : giving as near as may be, the boundary, which j the Entrv Taker shall record and preserve, I and furnish a copy to the enterer, w ho shall pay the Usual fees for said service. And the surveyor of said district, or the surveyor of' the county in which the hinds so entered may ' lie, shall survey the same and make thereof a plot and certificate, fmni which, the Regis i ter of said District .shall issue a grant lo the j claimant. Six. 2. He il enacted, That tho fees of the I Surveyor and Register, shall he such lis are usual for similar services, and tin t any quan tity or fraction of land in u body may be cov- j erud hv one entry grant. .Sec' 3. He i! enacted, That this act shall be . ill power from and niter its passage. I V. II. WISKNF.lt, Speaker of the House of Rep. I EDWIN POLK, I Speaker of the Senate. Passed 25th February, 1S5I. PfMr-Kix Skku On.. Dr. Mitchell of New York, has recommended the increased culti vation of pumpkins, partly fur the sake of the oil w hich may he obtained from the ! seed. He stales that hall' a gallon of excel I lent liquid oil may be pressed from a gallon of seeds, that it has no disagreeable taste or smell and bums well. Tin: EnirssoN. Accounts are somewhat conflicting of the trial trip of tho Ericsson, made on Friday of last week. Tho New York correspondent of the Baltimore American says of it: The Ericsson's trial trip does not seem lo have been over satisfactory. She made four mih s an hour and w hat little hopes remained of the success of the invention is now ilissi j Dated. The defect is precisely the same that ) condemned the first engine the impossibili ty of rendering the cylinders air tight. Somobody asks '-is it lawful to hang rlotliesou Mason & Divion's line V Just as lawful as planting beansarouud the North Pole. Ami just as proper, ton. ns for a temper ance mail to "double the Horn." 5-5?"Cuwurdice consists not in having fear, but iu yehling to it. In well ordered minds lear is the setinel that wakes up courage. Tho happiest period of a man's lil'u is when he has a pretty little wife, out! beauti ful child, more ready cash than he well knows what to do with, a good conscience, and is not even iu debt for his newspaper. The Supreme Court of .Michigan, have de cided tho Liquor Law to be Constitutional. CANDIDATES. r$ We arc authorized and requested to announce ft. V. Ibnti.r.s, Esq., of llradley coiinly, as a candidate for Circuit Judire, in the Third Judicial District, Hi the ensuing election ill May Wc are authorized and requested to announce (i. W. ISmnuia, l'.Hi., of McMinn. as n candidal.! for Attorney lienornl iu the Third Judicial District. 5r We nra authorized and requested to announce ri.txiria Tiiinkv, Esq., of White count v, ns n candidate for Chmcellor in the Fifth "Chancery Division. " Wo arc authorized nnd requested to announce T. Nixon Van Dvkk. Esq., us n can didate for Chancellor of the Eifth Chancery Division, nt the election ill May. 7fl We are authorized and requested to announce Jo. W. I!i.i.i, of Nashville, ns u can didate for Attorney General and lieportcr for the State, at the ensuing election in May. F.VI'ltY FAMILY should at oiiec procure n bottle of thegreal. Arabian reined v for man and beast, called II.C.EAHUEI.I.'S AltAltl AN LINIMENT. It allays the most intense pains iu a few minutes, restores the synovial fluid or joint water, and thus cures st. If joint'; it penctrntesthe llesh lo the hone, relaxes con tracted cords, cures rheumatism and palsied Mollis of twenty years' standing: also tumors, swelled neck, enlargement of the gland", nnd is the best medicine for ailments of eat tic over discovered, curing sweeny, spavins, splint, and nil diseases which require nn exteral ap plication. .S'tm Vain of 10 yearn' standing cured hy II. (!. Earr'll'n Arabian Liniment. Mr. IL 1. h'arrell. Dear Sir: 1 had been af flicted with the "Sun l'aiu" for the last ten years, and could get relief only by bleeding: but by the use of II. C. Farrell's Arabian Lin iment, applied over the temples about three or four times a day, it was entirely removed, anil I have felt nothing of it since. I went into the stablu one night, to apply it to a horse's sore log, and being very lame he stum bled and fell against mv legs, crushing and bruising them so badly that they turned black ns my hut, rendering them powerless. 1 ap plied your Liniment, and was well enough in a fow'diiVB to go about ognin as usual. 1 lsn eru-he l inv finger in a shocking manner, ln lctting a back log fall upon it; your Liniment toon healed it. up, though. Jons U. M'ficK. J.a Salle Peoria co., III., I'cb'y 8, 184'J. If'", fial-rr, of X'ir Canton, fit., ray: Mr. 11. i. Fai iell's Arabian Liniment has cored some bad ciwes here, which every utlo-r remedy had failed in; one was a white swell ing and contracted cords in the leg of a boy nnd was so contracted that be had wo mm of it- Three doctors had tried llieir sum upon it in vain, and he tei font Minting to lite grar, when tho hov's father was induced to try II. (;, Fun-ell's" Arabian Liniment. Hcfore the first bottle was used up he came to Mr. It's store, and the first words he said were, "Mr. fiuker, I want all that Liniment, you hnve in the More; the one bottle I got did my boy more pood than nil that had ever been done before." That bnv is now well and hearty, and has free use of bis legs. It is pmrd for sprains, bruises, cuts, burns and swellings. Zool out far Connlerf' itt .' The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, which bus lately made its appear ance, called W. U Karrell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counterfeits, because his having the name nf Farrell, many will bnv it in Rood faith, without the knowl edge tliat a counterfeit exists, and they will onlv discover their error when the spunuus mixture has wrought its evil effects. The geuinc article is manufactured only by IT G. Karrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed. He sure von pet it with the letters It. O. before Karrell's, thus II. . FAKKI-XL'S and his signature on the wrap per, all others are counterfeits. For sale bv G. W. Ross, and A. MeKei-oix. Athens; Hi-dois, Walls t Johnsom, Clevelaad; W. a Kr.TSoi.os. Benton; W. a Vaiohax. Columbus and regularly authorised ageuts throughout the United States. . .. . . J -s, ... mt.A S 1 nee l:nt t.l m txj i rice m -" u-, -i - AGENTS WANTED in every town, village . . . . . t'.J i- aa.lt.-!. nnm and batnlcl in me inna .-vaic .,. is not already established. Address II. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good ref rretiee a to character, rcpoTo ihilir, l'i it. :1 We are gratified to announce to our renders a Cathartic Fill, (of which see ndver tisoment in our columns,) from that justly celebrated Physician and Chemist, Dr. J. C. Aver. His Cherry Pectoral, everywhere known us the best remedy ever offered to the public for coughs, Ac., has prepared them to expect any thing from his liiboralory would be worthy of attention. As no one midicine is more universally taken than a Physical Pill, the public will be glad to know of one from such n trustworthy source. We happen to know, und can assure them that this article has intrinsic merits, fully equal to any com pound that has ever issued from his Crucibles, and consequently is well worthy a trial when ever such u medicine becomes necessary. liaciiic Commercial Adivrtibtr. KTAHLKR'S "GOOD MEDICINES" Are recommended to the public, with the assurance that nothing is claimed for them, but what, they really possess. The curative properties of' St.iii.ku's AmhiVnc Ciimsby Ex I'KrTor. txT have been certified to in hundreds ofcases.whereit has been beneficial in Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, Iii'nii'diitis, und dien'cs of the lungs nnd thiout generally. The Dl.tniuiiKA Cokimai. is also known lo have cured hundreds of cases of those KerioiuSdis enscs of the bowels, which so often prove fa tal. Indeed, in regard to both medicines, a trial of their merits, by the alllieted, is con fidently asked, ns wc really believe tlo-re is no belter niedieiucs in use. See advertise ment ill another column, and descriptive pamphlet -i, to be had gratis of the agents. Price of each, only 5U cents, ur&ix bottles fur ?2,S0 mar. LlVEIl COMPLAINT. The only remedy ever olfr-red to the public that has never failed to cure, when directions are follow d, is M'l.anc's Liver Pills. It has been several years before the public, nnd bus bi-en introduced in all sections of the I nion. Where it has been, it has had the most tri uniphiiut success, nnd has actually driven out of use nil other medicines. It has been tried under nil the ilitl'ei-eul phases of Ifepatis, and has been found einiallr cllieaeioiis in all. Purchasers will be enrcfu! lo ask for Pr. M'l.aue's t'llrliratrd Lirer J'ilh, and take none else. There are other Pills purporting to be Liver Pills, now before the public. Dr. M'l.nuc's Liver Pills, tiro his Celebrated Ver mifuge, can now be bad at all respectable Drug Stores in the United States nnd Canada. For sale by P. II. Keith A Co.. Athens; . I. A. I- C. W.t'oni'x, M'idisoiiville; and by one Agent in every town in Tennessee. innr. In. MAKKH'.D On the lath inst.. by Samuel Snoildy, Esq., Elijah S. Smith, of MeDonoiigh county. Illinois to Mis Mwitiia, daughter of .luh a Morris, Esq , of McMiiin county, DIED At lo r residence, near Nashville, on Saturday, tin--Ith inr-l., Mrs. Am anus Pil low, wife of the lion. West II. Humphreys. COMMERCIAL. .VU'O.Y MXRKKT. Ma'ox, .March I I. Arrivals of Bacon. Lard, Corn, Flour, te., have been light, with firm and steady denuind. Bacon llog round, hv t lie car load, , J a be; from store 8) a Sje per lb. J.unl la bills., scarce, HI a He; III Keg, scarce, U n Tie. Corn Heavy demand and stocks light, 85 a tine per bu-h. -,,'.,! lull, market full, 55 n fine. yVus Scarce, demand good, 8.1 a Ho?. Mrl Scarce end ready sale, 8.1 n Vic. 'our Tennessee, stocks light 7 a7. Tobacco Virginia l'l u aOcj Kentucky 12 a inc. Hi if Cottle on foot, 4 a ."e. per lb. I,,,, Market supplisd, 5 u 5Je. hVailirm Oiiict. 7 a 41 ic icr II). llrieit trait reaches, peeled, i'i $2 5; Apples, peeled, "5e 11 per push. Cotton Murk t dull, sales at 7 a SJc. ,S',f.;,rr- New Orleans ti a 7ic. Caifrc llio, firm. Vi a Dlje. ,S,;'lVrsack. $1 ja ?1J. Mulnxnci Per hhd., -27 a 25c. Kesncctfiillr, ALLEN' ,t Dl 'N LAP, Communion- Merchants, Macon, Ha. ATLANTA MARK Atlanta, March 1 i. Since our last tl. ere has been no material change in the price of Produce. No Corn has arrived during the past week. Prices continue firm, with good demand, at 8"c per bushel, sacked. Ilaciin is still coming in freely und selling lit be, bog round; hams U'c; tides Pc; shoul ders 8c. Lard Moderate demand ut '.'j a loc, mar ket barely supplied. Hatter Iu kegs nt, 121 a 15c per lb. Eloar f 7 per bid. on arrival, llespectfiillv, seago", Ai;i;orr.t co., General Coaoaitmion Merchant. AVUVSTA MARKET. Akii-sta, March 15. i.icoii Hie market is rather inanimate, und prices, exeejit for a very choice article, arc barely sustiiined. Tho d'emund is limited. We quote 8 a jc, hog round. Elour continues in active demand both for borne consumption and export, and prices arc very firm at S7.25 a ?7,5U per bbl. Lard is rather dull and prices a shade low er, M a t'Jc per lb. Corn is rather ensier than last week, nnd wc now qliotc it nt 80 a line, sacks included. Wheat is verv linn ami readily commands $1.25 a $,IOforwhitc,and $1 a $'l,lu for red. N A 'A SWA It MA R KE T. Savannah, March II. 7,,rTho stock on bund is good, but no large transactions have been made, (ieorgia brands nre selling ill lots at $7,fin a $8 pr bbl. Oatn This ni licit, is held, from store, nt 75o per bushel. We quote it iu quantities nt 7u a 75c. t Corn During the early part of the w-eek the market was quite active, and considera ble sules were effected at 00 a 95c per Lu. Since then prices have given way, and sales have been made nt H5c. From store in small lots it is selling nt $lperl,u. y The stock has been reduced anil is now quite light. Katern to arrive has been sold at $1,5". Northern held at $1,25. Jiacon The stock is light and the demand verv good. Wc hear of sales f sides at Si a PI; "shoulders at 8 a 9, aod hams at 12 a l?c. Land for Sale. riHK subscriber, living in Monroe county, L Tcnn , five miles North of Tellieo Iron WorLiL oilers his I-and for sale. The tract contains AC 'K ICS 150 or 200 under IjikmI cultivation, with good buildings, well watered, plenty of good pine aud oak timber for building purpose, Keeping up me larm, The soil is well adapted to the growth of all kinds or grain aad grass, there being about 100 acres nf bottom land, and IS or 20 in meadow. Any person wishing a good stock Farm can have one Irom AUSTIN GLENN, march 17, 1854 fit 286 To Farmers, Merchants, Machinists, Carpenters, Miller. Carriage Ma tern. Shot Maters, and Wagoner. F0II SALE AT LENOIR'S. TKNN. ONE pair of Tennessee Burr Mill Stones three and a half feet diameter, new and better than common; an excellent set of Wagon Harness for six horses; the Runtime; Gear nf an old Carriage, pretty good and sub stantial: some fine Durham Cattle and Berk shire llog; a few new Turning Lathes at fro-n $20 to $50; Reach Screat of food wood and well finished; a few bushels or Clover Seed, clear or all noxious seeds and trash of every kind. LI.X.'IK HKiP. irsrcblT. !M 2 1854, T. &, W. KAKIN & CO, No. -18 Public Square, XASiivn.i.E, ti;..j:ssi:e. Wy. have now in store on enlarged nnd T completes! ock of Stajte, uno especially Fine Fancy tioods, to which we have thisseuoi given lmt-ticuTur attention, nnd will sell for('nh, or to prompt j time dealers, on the must hoeru! terms. tc l'c w ill give the highest market price for Feathers, Wool, Ginseng, Beeswax, .leans, l.insevs, Socks, ifce. march 17, 18.14 t"m J J. K. WILLIAMS, JNO. LULA, o., Eorm'luof Knoftittc.T.) (Late ' Lluantrilte.T. J. K. WILLIAMS & CO., (Sueeecfors to J. K. Williams) tlenerat t'ommtmion W rtltant , AXI PA11TII TI.AIII.V ton TUB SAI.K or Grain, Jlacoii, nrJ, Eeathern and Tcnncuce J'tinace generally, Johnson's Fire-Pi f Ware-House, Atlanta. Georgia. Il'.TTEHS of inquiry, in relation to the J Markets, ic, answered promptly. I am sincerely thankful to the citizen" of Tennessee fur the very liberal patronage here tofore received from them, mid respectfully solicit a continuance, of the same to the new firm, feeling satisfied that, possessing the ad vantages we now do, we will be able to do fully as well for Iheio ns can be done iu this market. We will both give our personal at tention lo the business JAMES E. WILLIAMS, march 17, 1851 tf -jHii Administrator's Sale. ON the 4th day of April next und succeed ing days, we will sell at the late resi dence of Wright Smith, sr., doe. used, iu llhea county, all the personal property belonging to the estate of said Smith, deceased, consist ing of n large number of HOUSES, MI'I.ES, CATTLE, HOGS nnd SIIEEl: Also, a large iiuuntitv of (.'OA'.Vund HA COX; 1 P-ii- rom.'he; !t Wllgons; 1 Yoke of Oxen; 1 set. of lilucksmiths' Tools; Household und Kitchen Furniture; Funning t'lciisils, te. Twelve months credit will be given on nil sums of Five Dollars or over; under, cash iu band. Note with approved security will be required before the delivery of nny of (he property. II persons indebted to the estate of said Smith, deceased, are required to make imme diate payment, and those having claims against said estate are required to tile them with Administrators duly authenticated, or the wilt lie forever burred. P.. 1 1. SMITH, ).,-, , I! W SMITH A'tiitinttlratorn. N. P.. At the same time ami place there will be a number of .S7..I PAW hired. II. D. S. and 1. tt . S. march 17, 185-1 at 28fi Tl l. liTiTT 1 n d, ( Late A lid' root it- llarland,) BOOTS, SHOE S, ASIl Slrtnv (jiootls, No. 120 MaIIKLT SriltET, UtLott FolllTII, IMiilauelpMa, I'a. march 17, 1851 tf "fin (liaiut'i) Court at Miens. The Kast Tennessee and (ieorgia Kail lioud Company, . Joseph D. Laughlin, John Stanfi.-ld, Thomas l.iiugliuu uini .. .ii. Jicrecr. I N this cause it appearing from un allegation iu the bill, which is sworn to, that Joseph 1. Laughlin nnd N. M. Mercer lire iiou-risi-dents of the State of Teniieste, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athens Post, a newspaper printed in the tou of Alb:ns, .MeMinii county, Tennessee, re quiring the said Joseph II. I.nughlin mid N. M. Mercer, lo make their personal nppenr auce nt a Court of ( liiiucel v. to be hidden nt Athens, ill said county ami State, on the !id .Monday of August next, to plead, answer or dcuiiir to complainant's bill tiled against them in snid Court, or the same will be taken ns confessed as to thrill mid set for hearing ac cordingly. WM. LOWKV, C. tf- -I. inni-chl?, is.'t tl Prs feey 2Srt RE MO V A L. S. a". Healer I TAS removed to the Store room one door I J. North of the entrance to the "Athens Hotel," w here he will be happy to see his old friends and customers, and as many new ones us din make it convenient to cull. He continues to keep a good assortment of Dry (ioods, (iroecrie, Ac, which be will sell on very accommodating terms. Alliens, mulch lo, K5I THE m t Insurance N A Company ii.in rvoKn, vo.w v. ClIAIMEIll'.n lSl'.i. Il'ILDIN'iS, Merchandise, Ac. insured i ugiiit Loss or lhunaae bv El UK, ill the above I 'ompaiiy. Policies insured at nil limes, upon lavnraiue terms, by CEO. W. KOSS. Agent, mnr. in, '54. For Me Minn county. An Arrangement nindc to suit the p e o P i. e. c.r.&T.r. GIBSON VKE now selling bargains, one door North west of the Pot Otlice, ii lid if you fail to cull on them you will miss bargain. Hring your Produce or iiromise them prompt payment and you slinll l,e uccoiiimoiiuicu. Alliens, .liiiren I". ir.n " WILLIAM II. COOPER, Wart-ilau and VmnmtMian .Jlrrehant, I.AlinANUK, Tllol'r COI NTV. (A.. "II flLL allend to the snle t,f nil kinds of rnolil't'E, such as Corn, Ints, Flour, Ilaeon, Lard, Lime, Ac., consigned to lino. Reference; The former proprietors, 11.11. Anioss nod Jesse Mcl.endoii. march 1. IH if C I T Y H 0 T E L, South side Public Square, MI'KFKKKSIM )i:oL:l, TENX. JOHN W. THOMAS. Proprietor. THIS House has recently beeen opened, and the proprietor lnqc by a well furnished table, moderate charges, good ueeoimntidn lions and attention to huincit, to merit a liberal share of public patronage. march 3, 1 854 ly - FTthe Circuit Court of McMinn munty, Tennessee. James Wilson. Administrator. James Wil-on. tlecease.1 Sarah Wilson, widow. W.I. W il , Uussell Miller nnd wife Jane, James Wilson, W. W. Peck and wife Dt-allha, rs. Thomas W. Cunningham and wife Dia. Wil liam Vanghan and "wife Sarah Maria, and James Henry, a minor. Dill to tell l-o" !' and Store, f..r the purpose of Mrtitio or lintril-ition. IT nppcrin"l. the Clerk from the allega tions in the bill tiled in ibis cause that the defendants. Thome' W. Cunningham and wife Disa, William Vanghan and wife arali Ma ria are not eiliieiuof the St ate of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication I made in the Athens Port, a new.paser puh liahed in the town of Athens. McMinn county. Tenneseee, tor ftnir'Ucce'eiTe weeks, requiring the said non-retidents to appear at the next term or the Circuit Conrt to be held for the eountr and Slate aforesaid, at the Court honss'm Athens, on the !J Monday of April next, and then and there plead, answer or de mur to said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as lo them, and set for heario; er ran' .i.. -- -- r part'. .itjit- t. iiriwii !b 2-,!''l-lt Trsfrc l inn v i iiK n;pt r rre Hi SPRING GOODS FOR AT WHOLES AI.K. Notice rpiIE Stockholders in the East Tennessee L nnd (ieorgia Jtnilroud Company are no tified that a cull of twenty-five dollnrs on the share is required to be paid on the 1st day of Muv next to It. C. Jackson, Esq. .Treasurer, at this ollice, or to II. A. M. White, Lsq., ot the Dunk of Kiioxville; nlso, that the notes given for former calls are in the hands of said II. A. M. White for collection, on which pay ment is required without del a v. C. WALLACE, President. Office K. T. tl- C. It. ll.iad, ) Athens, March 3,1 54. f 2S5 7t yR V Y TFo I, E S A L E 11 0 USE. GARDNER, SIIlTIIKRD & CO., WHOLESALE 1'KAI.tns IN Shoes, Hats, Straw Goods, TRIWKS AM) CARPET HAGS, No. 5 U Public S q ii a r e, NASIIVll-LE, TENX. "1 XJV. arc opening un entirely new, and very II large stock of the above Hoods, to which we respectfully call the attention of nil merchants visiting Nii-diviHe. We will take Ft at hers, Wool, (iinseng, lSeeswux, Jeans, Linsey, uud Socks, nt the highest market prices. tiAKDNF.lt, SIIKI'HEKD l CO. Feb 24, 1854 4m 2S3 Mammoth. I rpil IS eetebruetcd und monster JAC'K w'" 1 L stand the ensuing season ut. Savannah j ... ,. n i .i. ...;n I , t J'nrill, I OIK COOIIIV, .HHiiiMioi ii hiii ni.tio. :aj fur iiipiil iini-e to JciiiicU and the same to Mure.-; nnv person putting two Jennets to have the privilege of one Mure nt same price. .Mammoth is seven years old, weigh" 1150 lbs., is 01 inches high, 7 f-et 5 inches from root of ear to root of tail, and is confidently believed lo have no superior in the world. No charge will be made for pasturing Jen nets; inat cs fed ut. $1.2,1 per week. No lia bilit" for sccideiits. Jennets which did not 1 ',1 lust year thut were tried and failed, will be required to pay $15 per season, posi tively, uud $:iCi if wit Ii foal or change of prop ertv take place. These rules will be strictly adliered to, to prevent being troubled with Jennets which have not been proved breeders. M. W. WhTMuKE. X. ;. This Jack will leave in October for Lexington, Kv., consequently those who wish his services liould send early. inarch :!, 18.14 2m 2" I j-Hi-ownbiw's Whig, Kiioxville, and the Times, Dultoti, (in., will copy 2 mouths, nnd forward 1 ills lo I hi office. Mnlassci. to aa c illiiv l...!i.ii Orlean Mo- sHJU l:ies ami Sirup, just pecked and for sale by IIYbVl. !-w-110 Candles. Kin LIS. Cincinnati Star 1'i.iniies ju-t re il)U ceived and for snle bv the box, or pound, by LI'.b.J!l.j i.W.UOsS. Wholesalepruggists. Hiiviland, Harrnl k Risky, No. 8 (I Maid e ii I. a u e, A E Y V O R A- j. C. llt.VII.AM, " I'ISI V.V. JAUI-S IIAUItAI, K- KirclltS. Havilainl. Ilarral & Co., N o. 2 6 II a V lie St r c e I, C 11 A R I. E S T V. N. ( '. IIAVII.AVO, I1AKIIAI. 4 nlsl.l.l, W. KTI.VF.SsoN, It. I-. UAIIIIAI, W. K. Klti llt X. II a v Hand, Ulsley k Co., N o. 2 7 4 1,1-onil i-ircci, (.,ir the tU;he Ib.t'l.) A I (.' E S T A, (.' A. ll.WII.tMl, IIAKIIAI. i IM-I I V, T. W. tllinir.-TI.lt, S. KIlllIHX. Feb. 17. l -,4 1 v 2 Cast Uteri. l I. sizes Cast Steel liar for sale low by C. 11. MILLS A CO.. Dec. 2IS, 'ill 2M Cleveland. John i. smrrn, w uoi.i-sAi.i: IT 31 K It 14 I' I' A AMI P A It A SO L .n .1 .v r ' t v n n it, "111 and 2."3 WtOAIIWAY, Xrtf York, (.Vest door to the llrundiray Itatd.) IS now prepared to oll'er the MEItl'H ANTS visit in" the eitv to but-their Sluing (ioods, THE LA lit, EST A MOST Ll-.A L'TIEL'L assortment of ii ml Parasols. to be found iu Europe or America. You are respectfully invited to cull und examine the stock before purchasing. N, H. please cut out this card und put it in vniir memorandum book for reference. .1HIIN I. s.villll. l-'eb. 17. 1S.YI "m-'isa .l.iiin.n-fiirTr. TO THE PUBLIC. Cancers can be Cured without the Knife and without Pain. rpiIK undersigned lenders Ins services to 1 his friends nnd the public generally. lor the treatment ot all kind' of I leers, 1 u inoiirs, Cancer iu all in different, forms Sore eves. Scrofula, Kemiilu Complaints, t iin cer of the '.liiu. (Womb.) 1-i-tiiln-in-Aiio , ...... :..!... !,.. .. nin lu itlioiit the use ami risiiiiit in to.- , , , --- of the knife,) Prolapsus uteri, (falling of the WOlOll,! I IK'S, t llltllll sen-. .... . . ill: ...... I ...ol. uHf t.f lite Above ills- 1 nose nioiei,-u j eases nnd wi-h a speedy cure, would do w ell to npplv ii' soon n possible, especially Iho.e who are iitlli-ted with Cancer. a this most , i: ............ I... ..need unless some leurilll oist-lise, ,: - - - --- vital organ is involved. My medicine gives . i ... I- 1 a.. t... nuiioorntl tin ft at "" ' "-l'l"' j. W . J AN L' A U Y. Murfree'boro', Tcnn. Attention is invited to tho following state ments; ,..,, -,,v STATEMENT OK HO. t A I. .iii...,. Mr. linn. .1. Aiinms, who tmiu-u to "t cerlitiente, is a re.peet.tble cil i.en of Moiit g.tmerv count v. I Ic ciinit' lo my bouse to sec Or. January live or six weeks ngo; I then snw the tumor on his face, which he supposed to be a cancer, it was immediately under the left eve, and was so large as lo effect seriously his vision. The bae ol the tumor nppeiired to be about the sie of a qunrtt-rtir n dollar, and growing from the fs'-e iu a conical form, at least an inch. He then promised the D.M-tor to visit him at Murfreesborongh. which he did during the next week. After an absence uf about three weeks he returned. I again examined I he place, tlieproliirbiiiicehad be n entirely taken off, thoiigl t cured op. I have again . x uiiint d it to .lay, it is entirely healed up, and to all appearance is well. II was cured, as he assured me. w a.s ja am ClarkstiIle,Tcnn..n,.t. 15, IsSI. LEAK. We wluwe names are here annexed do cer tify that on Thursday, Irtth June, we exa mined a patient. Mis. I.lial-th C. jN-msey. who had Wen under the treatment of lr. It. ... t ..r iI.;.mi t..r ralirer: and feel . .iltliimi .' nn bent ill ion in saving that the cancer np . ,. i 1.- veil ami the wound iH-an-u i" - .- I ., fl. . t ....nuiinM-if lierst-II liealeo lip. lire I' - cured, and the same day returned home, to r.e.lford eoiinlv. iicarli.-lbvville. Ciiwn un der our hands 'this fill ofuly. lSt S.' B.VlIKITY," W.J. I.YTI.K. I. W. TAYLOR, i. W. 11 ALL M. (. KLKVrS. S. D IIAI.DWIX. MiirfrsWwnV Tenn.. Feby 2i. I sat ly iii3 Notice. rpilE suhserilter having suld his stock of 1 Goods wishes to cloMi business without nciav. and thercf.-re requests all who owe him to sottle their accounts either ley Cash or Note, imtpediatelr. C.EORCE HORNL. ' Atfcen. Mir k'l-1, I?M -"t AYER'S PILLS, Anew and sineulnrly successful remedy for the cure of all Uilious diseases Costiveness, Indi gestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Khcumatism, Fevers, Hunt, Humors, Nertousiicss, Irritability, Inflamma tions, Headache, Pains in the lireast, Side, Dack, and Limbs, l'em.de Complaints, ic, &e. Indeed, verv few lire the diseases in which a Purgative Medi cine is not more or less required, and much sick ness and suffering might be prevented, if a harra less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used. - .., II .1.:l - AnClei, V-nlii, Ot .11, person tun leei t.cii ihiiii: a w?.-.. - bodv prevails ; beside it soou generates serious and often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided bv the tiint-lv and judicious use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Uilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep e.itt 1 and formidable distempers which load tlie hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the first importance to .1 1.1- . 1.. .1.1.1. I .1.1. lilll lita linen tint-fprtefi IIIC IMIUilt. iie.iiiu, .net no . i. "- r , , ...:.u ,a -1.111 ,n ini.t tlmt flem.mn. An Willi tillisioiiiiiaie nniii w .... . - extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes sors, and Patients, lias shown results surpassing anv thing hitherto known of nnv medicine. Cures have been effected beyond belief, were they not sub stantiated bv persons' of such exalted position uud Cliaracier lo lorum tue suspicioti ui .inui..... Among the eininent genlknicii to whom we ars allowed to refer for theie facts, ore Puor. Vsi.tNTiNE Mott, the distinguished iar- Bfon of Net-Yor'i City. ui r. A. A. II tvr.s, Practical Chemist of the Port of lloston, and Gculoijisi for the State of Mos saeluiselts. In.t L. Mhoiie, M. 11 . an eminent Surgeon ani riiysician, of the City of Lowell, who has long u.od the'm in his extensUi. practice. II. C. riorniwR-K, Esq., ouc of the first mer chants in New York Citv. C. A. D ims, M. I)., Sup't and Surgeon of the United Slates Marine llospit.il. at C helsea, Mass. llid rpace penult, we could give many hundred such names, ftom all parts where the Pills have been used, tint evidence cvn more convincing than tlie ccrtilicatcs of these er.iinent public men is shown in their effects upon Iria1.. These Pills tho result of long investigation slid studv, are offered to the public its the best and most complete which the present state c? medical science can afford. They are compounded not of the druas themselves, but of the mrdieinal tirlues only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by cbemi-al process in a state of purity, and combined tugt tlirr in such a manner as to insure the Lest results. 1 his system of composition for medicines has been found in Ihc Cherry Pectoral nnd Pill" both, to produce more etlicicn't remedy than had hitherto been ob tained bv nnv process. The reason is perfectly ob vious. While hv the old mode of composition, ev ery medicine is iiurdcned with more or less of aci i uioniotis and injurious qualities, by this each indi vidual virtue onlv that is desired for the curative effect is present.' All the inert and obnoxious quid itics of each substance employed are left behind, the curative virtues onlv being iclaincd. Hence it is self-eviiicnt the effects shou'.d prove ns they havo proved more purrlv remedial, nnd the Pills a surer, more powerful antidote to disease than any other medicine known to Ihc world. t As it is frequently expedient that my medicins should he taken under the counsel of nn attending Physician, nnd ns he could not properly judge of a reinrilv without knowing its composition, I have supplied the accurate Formula; by w hich both my l ittoral nnd Pills are made to the whole budy of Practitioners in the United States and Htitish Amer ican Provinces. If however tin ro should be nny une wlio has not received them, they whl bs promptly lorn .tided bv mail to his address. Of all the Patent Medicines that arc offered, how few would be taken if their composition was known ! Their life consists in their mystery. I have n mvleries. The composition of my preparations is laid open to all men, and .ill who are competent to judie oa the subject fieely ncknuwledi-'e their conviction' uf their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was pronounced bv scientific men to lie a wonucn n medicine before its effect were known. Many em inent Physicians have declared the same thing of my Pills,' and even morn confidently, nnd are wilt ing to certify lhat their anticipations were uicrs than realized' hv their effects upon trial. Thcv operate hv tin ir pnwviful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into heallhv action remove the oic.tnKtions ef the stomach, bowels, liver, and other orgi of ths budt, rcstiiiing llieir iiievulur action lo health, ana . by corrcctiiur. wherever they exi.t, satu derange I nieiits ui are tlie lirst origin of disease. I Ileing sugar wrapped thev are pleasant to take, I and Ueiiiii purely veget able, no harm can arise front i their use in anv quantity. For minute 'directions, sco tho wrapper on ths "X' PI!i:i'AIII.D liX JAMKS C. AVER, rriirtiral iiikI Aiuil) ti. nl lieinil, I.OWF.I.L, MASS. Price 25 Centj per Box. Five Boxes for SI. 80l.li Hi ll. W. l'.Of-i. in Allien-; J. CHESNCTT, Phila.el hia; m.d by deniers in Medicines geiieinlly. march 17, 'it ly 186 I fill I''-UI:I;I-S King's Salt, just rccaived 1 UU and for sale bv Jan -il, '.'.I. Mi PAD1'1-N A HOr.TON. lllow I'lpcs and l-'luxilij aalls IOlldrv Te.fs, tor sale by III 1 m ; I N", WELLS A JOII.N.-sON, Jan. 'J'l. 1 SO t Cleveland, 'Tenn. Iran .Hoi t tin OF good quality on hand, und of sizes suita ble for preparing Miio-nil Te-t, Ae. III. I". IN, W ELLS a- JOHNSON, Jan. So, 1 S.-.4 J Clretland, 7'enn. tiUeHSioii! t opper .itinera! i , II. MILLS k 10., Ci.tvi lash, Ti.s:;., HAYi: just recited a lurje lot of lienrr Manilla Kojie, f..r siiiliine; shafts, which they will sell clival.. If you wish your orders" i.roiiii.tlv tilled, address 1 1 C. II. MILLS .1- CO., Dec. '", '.-i" '27-1 flevland. flirt .lltohnl OF '.i.l per cent, proof, suitable for using with the lllow Pipe, now on IiiihiI and for sale bv III'DiilN, WLLLS.I- JoIIN'SoV. Jan! 'Ji, 1 S.I I Cleveland, Tenn. Sutnr. . "f A l.liS. jirinie nud clioico New Or i 1 llll l...,s -sn -ar in barrels and half barrels, just received and for s lie cheap for 1 cash d..w n, by IVb.JI (i. W. IKISS. Test Acids, &c. r I'l PIII Pli'. Nitric und Hydrochloric or Muriatic Acid. .,f verv pure qmilitv, f'r sale by HI' I ui I N, WKI.LS A JolI.VSOV. Jam 20, Is.M tf -J7S Cleveland, Tenn. Cotton Machinery for Sale. GREAT HARGAISS () PEERED! rpill-: nndersicjne.I wish to sell the following 1 in.-iehinert: One 21 ineli'l'icker and l.npper. Sis 21 inch Cards with Workers and Strip- f Tr' . , ,. One .1 llca-l ornnniK i ,f.oiv. One Iu Strand l.it .-peeder. One liiStrnnd Tube .ee der r.lso some 8 and 10 inch Tin Cans for Drawinsr Frame and Speeder, and a lot of Speeder Dobbins. All persons wi-binuto purchase are request ed lo call at our Factory and see the Machin ery in operation, and doi tj a'lch ir.nid work that any one whomnv nol know- that wenecd j lar.-r niaehiiit-s iu their places to enable lis I to incren-e our number of Spindles will be j apt to think us crary for wutitiuu to sell. Itettcr come soon if you want some good j iiiiiehin. tv ol the kind mentioned, a we will ' offer il so" low in lots to suit purchasers that I the lirst l hut comes will be almost certain to ! ....I trlott he wants. w.i. i.ENion r.noTiirns. l-noir's, Tenn.. Feb. 18, Xf.'A Cm. 2S-1 j floushMi'loitslm! IMPPtOYKD MoiildU.ards of the Poseoelt and Met'ormaek lloiiu'hs f.T sale at the i Athens Foundry. Farmers are rc -ct fully invited lo call ami examine lor ineinseives. Feb. SI. IsSI lm 22 Ulifon far Sale. 1TWO HORSK WAGOX, second hand; .lso, the wood work of 1 TwoHrae Wsoa for -ale on aeeomtucdating W"Db;rB msr 1. !"" - K REEDEK.