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AYER'S
PUIS.
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FAMILY PHYSIC.
There has long existed a public demand for n
eflcetivs purgative pill which could be relied on as
ore and perfectly safe In its operation. Thii haa
been prepared to meet that demand, and an txteu
ire trial of ita virtues hat conclusively shown with
what auceeaa it sccomplishes the purpose designed.
It it easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
mafe the beat of all pilUone which should hate
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This haa been attempted here, and
with' what snccess we would respectfully submit to
thejrablic decision. It has been unfortunate foi
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
el. This is not. Many of them produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pill produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in ita various forms
nf Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and toss of Ap
petite, Littlcssncss, Irritability, Ililious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Agile, Pain in the Side
and Loins -, for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. Aa an
aperient, they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
toveness, l'ilcs. Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scutvy, Colds With soreness of the body,
I leers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
They nave also produced some singularly suc
cessful cures in Rheumatism , Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
Hack, Stomach, and Side. They should bo freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
and prepare the system fur the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by thcit
stimulant action on the circulatory system, rcno
vate tho strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dute is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists; but tin
neceHbary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
iney suggest inemscives 10 mc reason 01 evurv
body; and it ia confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purposo than any thing which has
hitherto bceu available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine.
PREPARED BY
JAMES C. AYKK,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
LOWELL, MASS.
Trio 25 Cents per Box Five Boxes for $1.
AYE 11' S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
Far the rapid Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS) HOARSENESS,
brovciiitis, irnoorivG-ioitii,
MOPr, ASTHMA, AD
(ONSIMPTIOX.
This remedy haa won for Itself such . notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide ia the field of ita use
fulness, and ao numerous the cases of ita cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medirine of ita kind is too appar
ent to escape observation, and where Its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. And not only in formidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties
nf Corns, Cot'OHR, Hoarseness, Ac. ; and for
('H1I.DUK it is the pleasantcst and safest medicine
that can be obtained..
As it has long been in constant use throughout
this section, we need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the best that it over
hat been, and that the genuine article is sold by
U. W. HOrfrf. in Athens; J. ClIESNL'TT,
rhiladulphiu; and by dcalere in Mcdicinea
genorally. march 17, '54 ly 18H
CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE,
( Formerly Griffin Iloute,)
CHATTANOOGA. TMKKSSEE.
rpiIIS well knovn bote , situated within
.L few steps of 1 1 1 passenger car landing of
the Western and Atinnne Railroad, is now
ppen under the supervision of Thomas Crutch
field, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Bryaon and
I .adv. This house, while tinder the control of
Col. ,1. J. Oi itlin, acquired a very high reputa
tion ns a fist class Hotel. The present pro
prietor having secured tho services of Col.
Griffin's bar-keeper, and having purchased his
most excellent cook and house boy, and hav
ing furnished the house entirely. new, hope to
retain itlii''li reputation nnd merit public
patronage. Passengers eun be accommodated
with an omnibus to nnd from the boat.
THOMAS CKUTCHFIKLD,
FK 18, '63 ly 'I'M Proprietor.
Grubb & Engledow
ClONTINL'E to carry on the Tailoring Uui-
ness, at the old tnml,amIsoliit the work
nf their friend's and the public. All garments
made in tho best style and on tho shortest
notice. Prices moderate.
April 8, '53 tf 237
Com Shelter.
V FIRST rate lot of Corn Shellers, Straw
Cutters, aud Well ttuckets, on hand and
for sale hy C. II. MILLS CO.,
Pec. 2R, 'liS 273 Cleveland.
More Drugs
JUST reecived, a large supply, among which
there are several artioiesnot before in my
slock. ' - . -. -
White Lead, dry nnd in oil; Red Lead;
Corn Starch; Lemon Syrup; Pnin Killer; Cod
Livr Oil, best; Cooper's Icinglusc; Taint,,
Varni'h, Hair, Tooth nnd lelterflig Brushes;'
Hash Tools. Frey's Vermifuge; Mol.ane's Ver
mifuge; Chapman's Vermifuge; American
Worm Killer; Perry's Dead Shot; Radway's
Ready Relief; Caustic Potash; Fine Cigars;
Fine Soaps, and Extracts for Perfume.
Jan. 13. 1854. VM. Bl'RXS.
Ciolden Syrup and Molasses.
A LARUE lt "f Stewart's nnd Lovering'a
j. JL Golden Syrup.
Alan, Sew Orleans and Cuba Molasses, just
received and for talc bv C. W. KOSS.
Jan. IS, 1854
Cottage Chairs.
TUST received from the Factory, a lot of
Morgan's celebrated Cottage Chairs, or
namented and plain stripes, which will be
soui as inciory prices.
Also, a general variety of
Staple and Fancy Dry Coasts t
told low for Cash and Barter. Apply to
C. U. MILLS A CO.,
" Jnoe 24, aS tf 248 Cleveland, Tenn.
- EAST TENNESSEE
Masonic Female Institute,
.HaryviUi, 7rs.it.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
Rer. F. Pore. A. M., President,
tipsr. R. Kxabk, Professor of Mnic
' Assist. Academic Iepartment.
Mrs. M. Kimie, Department of French.
Hie M. J. I-ovt, Principal Prep. lepartm'L
THE Seventh Session will commence on the
16th February, end close on the 4th July
ext.
tor Tickets of Admission apply to Win. C
Robinson. Trsainrer.
The Regulations and Catalogue of ths
Fchool wu Deiurnisneii en appuearios to
JA& A. MeK A M Y, SnrrMry
fb K. .M-tf Ml
RittenhoUse Academy,
FOR MALES AND FEMALES.
rrviIE Summer-Session of this Institution will
1. commence on Monday, the 8th of May.
This School lias now stood the test of nearly
five years, and it ia believed that ita unvaried
and constantly increasing prosperity entitle
it to the public confidence and patronage.
In the extent and thoroughness of instruction
the Institution is inferior to none in the State.
Large and commodious additions have been
made to the buildings, to satisfy the increasiug
neccssitiesuf the School. Tuition asheretofore.
Hoard in respectable families mav be had for
? 1,60 per week. II. W. vox ALDEIIOFK,
JOHN M. FLEMING.
Kingston, Tenn., April 2164 4t
TO THE PUBIC.
Cancers can be Cured without the
Knife and without Pain.
rTMIE undersigned tenders his services to
L his friends und the publio generally,
for the treatment of all kinds of Ulcers, Tu
mours, Cancer in all its dilferent forms
Sore eyes. Scrofula, Female Coinjdainta, Can
cer ot" the Uterus, (Womb.) Fistula-in-Anu
and Fistula in the Perineum, (without the use
of the knife,) Prolapsus uteri, (falling of the
womb,) Piles, Chronic diseases, Ac, Ac.
Thoe ulHieted with any of the above dis
eases aud wish a speedy cure, would do well
to apply as soon as possible, especially those
who are afflicted with Cancer, a this most
fearful disease, can soon be cured, unless some
vital organ is involved. My medicine gives
no pain when applied to the cancered parts.
R. W. JANUARY.
Murfreeeboro', Tenn.
Attention is invited to tlie following state
ments; ,
STATEMENT OF IJON. CAVE JOHNSON'.
Mr. Thus.' J. Adams, who signed the above
certificate, is a respectable citizen of Mont
gomery county. He came to my house to see
1 r. January five or six weeks ago: I then saw
the tumor on his face, which he supposed to
lie a cuueer, it wiisiinweuiaieiy unuer me leu
eve, und was so large as to effect seriously hie
vision. The base of the tumor appeared to be
about the size of a quarter of n dollar, and
L'rowinc from the face in a conical form, at
least an inch. He then promised the Doctor
to visit linn at -uiirlrccsuoruiign, which he
did during t tie next week-. Alter an absence
of about three weeks he returned. I again
examined the place, theproturbaiicehad been
entirely taken oil, tlioiigh not cured tip. I
have again ex imincd it to day, it is entirely
healed up, and to all appearance is well. It
was cured, as he assured me, without pain.
CAVE JOHNSON.
ClarlisvilIe,Tcnn., Oct. 15, 1851.
READ.
We whose names are here annexed do cer
tify, that on Thursday, Hit h June, we exa
mined a patient, Miss Elizabeth C. Demsoy,
who had been under the treatment of Dr. It.
W. January, of this city, for cancer; and feci
no hesitation in saying that the cancer ap
peared to bo entirely well, and the wound
healed up. The patient pronounced herself
cured, and the same day returned home, to
Rcdford county, ncnrShelhyville. Given un
der our hands this 8th of July, 1852.
B. 1). HARLOW,
S. U. CHRISTY,
W. J. LYTLF,
D. W. TAYLOR,
J. W. HALL,
M. G. REEVES,
S. D. BALDWIN.
Murfrcciboro' Tenn., Feby 24, 1854 ly 288
Cotton Machinery for Sale.
GREAT BARGAINS OFFERED!
THE undersigned wish to sell the following
machinery:
One 24 inch Picker and Lapper.
Six 24 inch Cards with Workers and Strip-
une s iieno urawing Frame.
One 10 Strand List Speeder.
One 10 Strand Tube Speeder also some 8
and 10 inch Tin Cans for Drawing Frame a id
Speeder, and a lot of Speeder Bobbins.
All persons wishingto purchase are request
ed to call at ourFaotory and see the Machin
ery In operation, and doi ig such good work
that any one who may not know that we need
larger machines in their places to enable us
to increase our number of Spindles will be
apt to think us crazy for wanting lose).
Hettef come soon if you want some good
machinery ol the kind mentioned, as we will
offer it so low in lots to suit purchasers that
the first that comes will be almost certain to
get what ho wants.
wm. i.tiNiurt et tticuiiiJiKa.
Lenoir's, Tenn., Feb. 18, 1854 Cm. 281
J I T Y HOTEL,
South side Public Square,
MURPREESBOROUGH, TENN.
JOHN W. THOMAS, Proprietor.
THIS House haa recently beeen opened, and
the proprietor hopes by a well furnished
table, moderate charges, good accommoda
tions nnd attention to business, to merit
libcrul share of publia patronage.
nmrch 3, 1854 ly ih
LEUTY'S HOTEL,
LOUDON, TENft.
GEO. W. MAYO
"IlfOULD announce to the public that he
T T has removed from the "Athens Hotel"
and taken charge of the above House, where
ho will be happy to wait on all who may
favor tho establishment with their company.
Feb. 17. 1854 U 2e!i
ATHENS HOTEL,
ATHENS, TENN.
W. P. H. M'DERMOTT
HAVING taken charge of the above Hotel,
respectfully solicits a share of the pat
ronage of the publie. His table will be fur
nished with the best the country affords.
Feb. 10, 1864 tf 281
BY MBSrlLltCLKsVSOX,
Bend of K-itg Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 19, 1858 ly S
SEW WHOLESALE HOUSE.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO.,
WIIOLKSALM BEAI.KttS 1.1
Shoes, Hats, Straw Goods,
TRUNKS AND CARPETBAGS,
Ko. 60 Public Square.
NASHVILLE. TENN.
WE are opening an entirely new, and very
larrvn stock of the aboTO Goods, to
which we respectfully eall the attention of
an merennnis visaing hhutdi
Wa will take Feathers. Wool, Ginseng,
Beeswax, Jeans, Linsey, and Socks, at the
highest market price.
UAKUn&K, 9UX.I lu.ni vu,
Feb 24, 1854 4m " 8I
H. L. HARLAND,
( Late A noVrson at UarUnd.)
BOOTS, SHOES,
an
Straw 43ood$,
No. 120 Mum Stbeit, snow Fousth,
Fhllaaelpfcla, Pa,
march 17. 1854 tf !
Farmers Groceries.
E are receiving large supplies of Coffee,
Sus-er. Hub S.IL. Nails. Ac., and it will
be to your interest to eall at our corner and
r m n a fan w -s 1 llrfA T
uuy lorm us. li. r.m i. r. uiinva.
April 7th, 1854. .
Blasttsg Powder.
A( KEGS Blasting Powder ia Store and
iv for sale at redswed price.
C. H MILLS A CO.,
I ''. 23. ,:-5Vi
Cle eland.
HUDGIN, WELLS Si JOHNSON.
WHOLESALE it RETAIL DXVGQISTS,
ClIATTAiCOOOA AMD CLEVELAND, TeNK.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept., 1868.
WE beg leave to return our sincere thanks
to our friends and the public generally
for the very eenerous natronaire that has been
so liberally extended to our bouse at this
place during the past twelve months, and as
we have recently made very extensive and
varied additiona to our stock of Ilrugr, Chemi
eali, Fainti, Oil' and Olat; we respectfully
invite the attention of Physicians, Farmers
and Country Merchants, generally, to our
present large and well selected assortment.
Uur establishment at Cleveland will be con
ducted under the immediate superintendence
or Sir. lli-uoiN, who will give it nis enure
personal attention for the present, and any of
our customers who may, from convenience or
other reasons, see fit to patronize us there.
can at nil times rely on obtaining articles of
the same parity and excellence as we nave
heretofore kent on hand here. Physicians
ordering from us can nt all times feel sure of
OOiniUlllg articles Ul Sll-icuy jiuib tfuaui.j',
and if at any time an article should not prove
satisfactory, we beg them to return it at our
cost, and give notice of the fact, as it is our
strict intention to deal in only pure Drug:
However, being practical Druggists, we shall
nt all times use every possible means of guard
ing against any such vexations.
We have on hand a very large and well
selected stock of ll'inei and" lirandiet, of very
superior quality, to which we invite the at'
tention of the Faculty nnd dealers trenerally,
Call and examine, as it always affords us
pleasure to exhibit our goods.
IIUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON.
Oct. 21, 1868 ly 25
Daxdridge, Tenn., 21at Nov., 1844.
To all to whom thete prctente eliall come, Greet
inn
"1 AT K, the undersigned, citizens of the coun-
tv ol .lenerson nna.-inio oi leniiessee,
are well acquainted with THOMAS ObNU,
the bearer hereof, a PLASTJSIth'R by occu
pation, and wo do with pleasure certify to
the public tha tiki is a gentleman of strict
- ... i 1 .i: .1. ..11
tracts in his line of business; that he has
minClliailLV in IIIIllllI UIIU uibuiiimkhik an
done work for us winch hns been done with
much satisfaction to us, nnd in a more workman-like
manner than we have had any here
tofore done in his line; and we are of opinion
it is equal, if not better, than uny Plastering
which we have seen done by any other per
son. Jam L Cakhon,
losici'ii Hamilton.
We substantially concur with the above
stntouicut. W. 1). Fain,
Sam'l N. Fain.
WAddress the undersigned nt Cleveland,
Tenn. THOMAS YOUNG.
march 81. 1854 3m 288
Another Great Battle!
McSPADDEN & HORTON
ARE now happy to inform their friends
and the public generally, that while all
Eli rope is engaged in wars, they have just re
ccived a large stock of
SPRING ANIJ SUmml'iK UUUVS:
Their stock consists in part of French Cloths,
Cnssimerea, Sntinots, Tweeds, Queens' Cloths,
Cottonades, Satins, Funcy Vesting, Lnd.es
Dress Goods Lnwn and Gingham Robes,
Swiss do., Plnid DeLuines, Berugo DuLaines,
Persian Challi Plaid l'oplms, lilnek and rnncy
Silks, Embroidered nnd Dotted Swiss, Laces
nnd Edgings, Prints of nil Styles and l'rices;
tho latest style of
SPRING BO N N E T S,
Bonnet Ribbon, Neck Ribbons, L. C. Hdkfs,
Silk Hdkfs, Hosiery, Ac.
HATS A IV l V A i" S.
Also, a large and well selected stock of
READY-MADE VI.UTIIINU,
for Spring and Summer wear, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Cutlery, Queensware, Groce
ries, Ac, Ao.
We cannot enumerate all tne articles on
hand, but ask those who wish good and pret
ty Goods nt low prices, to give us a call and
they will not bo disappointed. We continue
to take all kinds of Produce at highest prices.
Coma on. every body, and the rest of man
kind, and examine our stock free of charge.
mnr.24. mVAUVt. at nnn'.
filow Pipes and Fluxing salts
FOR dry Tests, tor sale by
IIUDGIN, WELlJs A JOHNSON,
Jan. 20, 1854 Cleveland, Jenn.
tttut tiant Cop pe Mines!
C. II. MILLS & CO.,
Cleveland Tens.,
HAVE just received a large lot of heavy
Manilla Rope, for sinking shafts, which
they will sell cheap. If you wish your orders
promptly hlled, aaaress
r i' u mii i a jk n.n .
Dec. 28, '63274 Cleveland.
1000
FEET of Safety Fuse for sale at
march 81. L. DODSON'S.
FKANK A. RAMSEY, M. P. JNO. W. f AXTON, M. D.
DOCTORS
RAMSEY k PA XT ON,
Gay Street,
KXOXVILLE, TEXX.
mnr. 24, '64 m 287
Test Acids, &c.
SULPHURIC, Nitric and Hydrochloric or
Muriatic Acids, of very pure quality, for
sale by IIUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,
Jan. 20, 1854 tf 278 Cleveland, Tenn.
FINE Chewing Tobacco, and No. 1 Cigars,
just reeeved by A. CLEAGE A CO.
April 7.1H54.
Hides.
GOOD lot of Trvon's Rifle Guns at
. march 81. L. DODSON'S.
Pianos.
JUST received, three veiy fine 7 octaye
PIANOS, of a very fine Build and beauty
of architecture, and for sale by
Dee.80. IL O. COOKE.
SPRING GOODS FOR 154,
AT WHOLESALE.
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
No. 48 Public Square, ,
KASIiriLLR, TEXXESSKE
WE have now in store an enlarged and
complete stock of Staple, and especially
Flue Fancy Goods,
to which we hare this season given particular
at tention, and will sell for Cash, or to prompt
time dealers, on the most liberal terms.
f3F" We will give the highest market price
for Feathers, Wool, Ginseng, Beeswax, Jeans,
Linseys, Socks, Ac. ,
march 17, 1854 6m 288
' ninnolutloH.
THE firm of BAKKll A HART is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The affairs
of the late firm will be liquidated by Alfred
Baker. ALFRED BAKER,
JAS. B. HART.
Augusta, Ga., Jane 10, 1863.
CoprtaershlB
ALFRED BAKER has associated with him
in business T. D. Caswell, for the trans
action of a general Wholesale Grocery and
Commission Business, under the name and
style of Raekb A Caswell, and will occupy the
Store of the late Baker A Hart.
ALFRED BAKER,
T. D. CASWELL.
(fe mtk Baker et Hart.)
Angnsta, Ga., June 10, '63.
WM. LOWRY, JR.,
ATT OR N E Y AT LA
Aiheks, Tennessee.
w,
Office in the Office of the Chancery Court
Clerk, over the office of the "Athens Post."
April IS. '62 tf
Hide Cms,
11 iaJi m n ngru i cciorvTru nine, mn r
. 1 rrocivca bv It Ml S. K. Rf KIlLIL
I
Look at This.
Great Volcanic Explosion.
MOUNT JETNA JND VESUVIUS
. EXPLODED !
V7'IIILE burning mountains belch forth
TT their melted lava, and the clangor of
European arras are sounding like distant thun
der across the Turkish plains,
L. DODSON
is still selling Goods at the brick corner,
where he is now opening his
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK,
and will soon be ready to furnish the com
munity with their Goods at a little lower fig
ure than they can reach in the place. He is
persuaded to believe that his selection ia bet
ter than usual, and while he has failed to get
an ovewhclming stoclc of any one thing, he
got a little of every thing, that is neoessary
for a merchant to keep. It would be vanity
for him to attempt to emunerate half he has.
It is enough to say he has a most excellent
stock of Ladies and Misses Bonnets and Hals,
and Trimmings for same, Silk Challies, Black
Silk, and a variety of Ladies Dress Goods.
For Gentlemen's wear he has the latest style
of Silk, Panama, and Summer Hats, Doe Skin
and fancy Casimers, Black and Olive French
Cloths of every grade, Ready-Made Clothing,
French Calf Boots, Pump and Cork Sole fine
Shoes, Brogans Ac, Crockery and Hardware,
Farrell's Arabian Liniment, and Medicines of
various kinds; School Books Albums, Ac, Ac.
Call in and examine for yourselves,
march 81, 1854.
Thunder and Blazes!
WHO'D A THUNK ITU
S. K. RiV E E R
Hi
AVE just received and opened one oi tne
largest and nest seiecieo, mocks oi
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
that he or any body else have ever brought
to this marliet, out aa,ne isacciaoaiy opposeu
to the humbug and bragadocio style to which
some merchants resort in ptilliiuglheirGoods,
he will only say that his stock was selected
by an experienced hand, and is just suited
to the wants of the people of both town and
country.
For the Ladies he has a handsome assort
ment of
'DRE8S.GOQDS!
Such as Bareges. Barege DeLnines. Silk Tis
sues, together with s beautiful assortment of
Uingliams, Jaconets, Laws, i.alicocs, die, uon
net Uibbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac.
For Gentlemen he has Cloths, Cnssimers,
Tweeds, Cottonades, Fancy Vesting, Hats,
Dots and Shoes, a good stock of Ready-mnde
Clothing, together with a great many other
articles too numeroua'to mention in a newspa
per advertisement, all of which he offers to
customers on the most accommodating terms.
He wishes it distinctly understood that he
charges nothing for showing his Goods.
Remember, one door North of the entrance
to the Athens Hotel. mnr.8L
Wo B. REYNOLDS,
BENTON, TENN.,
IS now receiving a well selected, cheap nnd
extensive stock of'
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
to which he invites the attention of his friends
and the public generally. Having selected
his Goods with great care in the cities of
NEW YORK JND PHILADELPHIA
he is prepared to oft'er inducements to persons
wishing to buy good and cheap Goods.
It is considered unnecessary to enumerate
articles, us his stock- is unusually large and
complete, including almost everything be
longing to the retail trade. All of which
will be sold at tno low est prices.
A pril 7, 1854 bm
GroccrUt, Kc,,
TUST reeeivod, a large lot of Groceries, such
as Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrup, Ac, and
for sale by Ap. 7. A. CLEAGE A CO.
Glorious News from the East!
The Russians again Defeated.
rfMIE news by tho last Steamer is' of
L the most thrillingly interesting character.
The Turcomans have again been triumphant,
and the English and French fleets are under
full sltil for the seat of war; and by the next
arrival we shall probably, learn that all
Europe is convulsed -with tho shock of battle
and the clash of arms. Iu this connection, it
may not be improper to remark that, let the
fortunes of war he ns they may,
SEHORN
has jnst returned from the North with the
largest supply of every thing ever brought to
this or any other place. It will be useless to
attempt to enumerate one tenth of the more
than ten thousand , articles comprising his
stock, nnd he will not try suffice it that
among them may be found the following :
Gold Watohes at prices ranging from 80 to
t'240each; Silver Lever and Lepine Watches
at from 14 to $86. The latter were made ex
pressly for Railroad time pieces and are war
ranted to give entire satisfaction.
Gold Fob and Vest Chains, Guards, Seals
and Keys:
Ladies Chatelain Chains and Pins;
Gold Breast-pins, from 2,50 to 116, finest
quality and latest style.
Gold and Cornelian Rings of every quality
from 50 cts. to 110 esch;
Ear rings and Ear drops of every pattern;
from 1,25 to $12, latest styles;
Gold Cuff-pins and Amfets, from 1 to 5 ;
Gold Bracelets from 9 to $18 each ;
Gold Shirt Studs and Sleeve Buttons, 1 te
to (5,50 per set ;
Gold Pencils and Pens, from 1,85 to f 10 ;
Silver Table, Tea, Desert, Mustard Salt and
Cream Spoon;
uermnn silver 1'iatea are tine riated
Desert Forks; Table, Desert and Tea Spoons;
Castors and Candlesticks;
Cutlery fine Razors and Pen-knives;
A large assortment of Folding Fans Ivory,
Bone-stick and Spanish of Paris, new styles.
Also, children's Fans, from 5 cents to 1 ;
Portmoneys of every kind, from 25c to (6 ;
Memorandum Books, En velopes,Notc Books,
Note Paper and Blank Books;
Pistols Colt's fine repeating Pistols, with'
and withont eases; 'Allen Thurman's Re
volvers; AllenVSeVf-eocking Rifle Pistols;
Undercooks Rifle Pistols; Double and Single
Barrel Pistols of every kind and price;
1'ercussion taps of tne finest quality ;
Fine Table Cutlery Ivory handled Table
and Desert Knives. Also, small Knives and
Forks for children, ty the pair or dozen ;
Tea Boards and Waiters ;
Fine China Vases; of most beautiful pattern
and worth from 2,60 to 14,60 per pair;
Cloeks and Time-pieces China, Taper
machie and Rosewood Cases, of every descrip
tion ;
Fine Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff and
Pipes.
Confectionary.
A fine assortment of Candies, plain and
fancy; Raisins, Prunes, Figs, Almonds, Eng
lish Walnuts, Brazil Nats, Picksls, Pepper
Sauce, Ketsnp.
Perfumery.
French Extract, Cologne, Pomade, Lilly
irhitclteenfun. Soaps, Transparent Balls,
National Componad Tooth Paste, Lyon's Ka
tharion. , .
MitceUaneoui.
Wax Matches, Cigar Lighters, Cigar Cases,
Purses, loda Rubber Combe, Tooth Brashes,
Moustache Cultivators, Perspectives, Cravat
Slides. Diancr Pins. Ladies Garters. Tailors
LMeasurea, Hair Pins, Thimbles, Penholders,
Pencils, Steel Pens, Razor Straps, ilazoruases.
Flesh Bruflies, Violima, Flotea, Accord eons of
every description. Violin Strings. Paper Cases,
Work Boxes Fancy Boxes, Dolls, Toys, Sha
ving Brash. 4 '
Spectacles of Gold, Silver, German Silver,
Brass and Steel.
Spectacle Cases of German Silver, Morocco
and Paper. .
Pocket Inkstands; da Magnifying Glasses.
A large lot of cheap Gilt Jewelry, consist
ing of Breest-pine, Ear-rings, Ear-drops, Finger
Rings, Watch Chains and Seals.
Dental hitrmttnt ami Material.
Gold Foil, Excavators. Plugger Files, Im
prtrioa '"up. ted Plaff Teeth. iriar.;4
Bank Property for Sale.
ILL be sold, at public outcry, on Mon
day, tho 29th day of May, in the city of
Chattanooga, in front of the Waverly House,
all the Real Estate belonging to the Bank of
Tennessee, situate in the county of Hamilton.
For particular information in regard to said
property refer to Col. T. J. Campbell.
Termi: The Lands will be sold on six
months time, the purchaser running his note
in Bank for the amount of the purchase
money. JAS. T. LANE, Agent
for Branch Bank of Tenneuee at Athene.
April 28, 185451 292
Chattanooga Advertiser will copy
weekly till day of sale, and forward account
to this office.
Chancery Sale oi Land.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery
Court at Athens, I will sell at the Court
house door in the town of Cleveland, Bradley
county, on the 26th dny of May next, the fol
lowing described tracts or parcels of Land, to
wit: The North hulf of the North-west quar
ter of section eight, township first, range A st,
East of the basis lino, Ocoee district; also,
the west half of the north-east qunrter of
section eight, township first, range first east
of the basis line, Ocoee district, in Bradley
county, each piece containing 80 acres, as the
property of Sterling Cunip, deceased, and sold
for distribution amongst the residuary lega
tees of the said Sterling Camp. One fourth
of the purchase money will be required in
advance, and the balance on a credit of six,
twelve, and eighteen months. Bond with
good and sufficient surety, and a lien on the
land uutil all is paid.
WM. LOWRY, C. A M.
April 14, 1854. Pr8fee4,50 290
Wholesale Druggists.
Ilaviland, Harral Si Risley,
No. 8 0 Maiden Lane,
NEW YORK.
I. C. I1AVILASD, II. W. H19LKV,
JA.MK8 I1ARRAI, W. K. KITCHKN.
Ilaviland, Harral & Co.,
No. 2 5 II a v no Street,
C II A R L E S T O N, S. C.
nAVILANI), HARRAL RI8LET,
W. STEVENSON, B. L. HARRAL, W. K. KITCIIF.N.
Bar Hand, Rislcy & Co.,
No. 274 Broad Street,
(Near the Globe Hotel.)
AUGUSTA, G A.
DAVILAKD, HARRAL A RI8LKV,
T. W. CniCIIESTEIt, W. K. KITCnHN.
Feb. 17, 1854 ly 282
Pure Alcohol
OF 95 per cent, proof, suitable for using
with the Blow Pipe, now on hand nnd for
sale by IIUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,
Jan. 20, 1854 Cleveland. Tenn.
JYolicc.
WAS C0MMITETD to Jail in Cleve
land, on the 29th dny of March, a
NEGRO MAN, by the name of An
thony, a bright copper col or.strnight
hair and very black, will weigh a
bout 180 lbs., 40 years old, about 6
fect 8 or 9 inches Inch. The owner
of said slave, is hereby notified to come for
ward, prove property, pay enarges, ano mare
him away.
l. lj. n
1ATES, Sheriff
of Bradley county, lenn.
if 289
April 7, 1854'
Groctrlei I
A LARGE lot of Salt, Sugar, Coffee. Syrup,
Rice. Crackers, Ac, Ac, just received per
steamer Union, and for sale low by
Benton, Apl 14. W. Si. KliYINULUS.
rpo THE PUBLIC RADWAY A CO.. the
L Inventors, Manufacturers nnd Proprietors
of the justly celebrated R. R. R. ltomedics,
were first to discover a Remedy possessing
tho Marvelous power of stopping the most
Excruciating Pains in an instant, allaying the
worst Cramps and Spasms, either internal or
external, in a few minutes, nnd soothing the
most severe Paroxysms of Rheumatism, JN'eu
ralgia, and Tic Doforeux, as soon as applied.
The R. R. R. Remedies oonsist of three Reme
dies, each possessing q.iick and wonderful
powors over certain complaints and discuses,
and will instantly
RELIEVE the Human System from Pain.
REGULATE each Organ to a Healthy Action
RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposits.
RENOVATE the body from Corrupt Humors..
REBUILD weak a broken down Constitutions.
RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all
unsound and worn out parts.
R. R. R. No. l.-RADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
For the Acute Complaint), Internal and External
The moment it is appllied externally, or
taken into the system, it will stop the most ex
oruoiating pnin and quickly remove its cause.
Rheumattm Mr. Granger, a mason well
known in Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine
years. Radway's Ready Relief relieved him
from pain in fifteen minutes, enabled him to
walk two miles without the aid of stick or
orutch in three days and cured him entirely
in one week.
Thousands of other cases equally as won
derful as the above, have been cured by'R. R.
Relief.
Cholera Morbue. Rad way's Ready Relief
will relieve the sufferer from all pain in fif
teen to twenty minutes. It will cure the
most desperate cases in a few hours.
Neuralgia. The moment R. R. Relief is ap-
Jilied it allays the most painful paroxysms.
t will always cure.
Sick Headache. It will relieve the most
distressing pains in fifteen minutes. It will
likewise prevent renewed attacks.
Ague. In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R.
R. Relief will stop the Chills and break the
Fever.
Aches of all kinds, nains of all kinds. Bruis
es, Burns, Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints,
Lameness oneapplication of 1C R. Relief will
Ml u, few momenta enlixely atopjha pain.
It reduees swelling, beats sores, outs ana
wounds, removes bruises, allays the most vi
olent irritations. For all pains use R. R.
Relief. Look for the signature of Radway
A Co. on each bottle.
R. R. R. No. 2.
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
Reeolvei, Renovatct, Rebuild.
It eures Scrofula, Tumors, Bleeding of the
Lungs, Syphilis, Consumption, St. Vitus Dance,
Sores, Rickets, Salt Rheum, Asthma, Nodes,
Canker, Bronchitis, Fever Sores, Rash. Ulcere,
Erysipelas, Tetters.
The above eighteen complaints R. R. Re
solvent will positively euro.
It renovates the system completely. Re
solving away from the Solids all impure Pois
onous and Diseased Depositee, freeing the
Blood and Fluids of Life from all corrupt hu
mors, restoring Energy and Vigor, Health and
Strength to every organ and member of the
body.
Letter from High Authority.
Hon. i. J. Middleton, of Waecamaw, S. C.
writes us under date of May 2d, 1853, that
Radway's Renovating Resolvent cured one
of his negroes, oa his plantation at Beaufort,
of a Scrofulous complaint, of many years'
standing. He was w.ar entirely cured by
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, and is now
at work on the plantation. To the people of
South Carolina, Mr. Middleton is well known,
and to the political world he is no stranger.
Rad way 'a Regulators, Ready Relief, Reno
vating Resolvent are Sold bv Druggists every
where. RADWAY A CO.,
1 62 Fulton street, N. Y.
V. B. R. R. Regulators are of light color.
Sold by A. McKoxdix, Athens. .
Hodoik, Well A Josmsox, Cleveland.
Dr. W. L. Warns, London.
W. A A-RtmsaikjCampbell'sStation.
8tasratt A Wads, Red Clay, Gs,
G. L. Oiliespk A Co., Kingston.
SrsoTo A SrrvEmo, Knoxvills.
And Druggists and Merchant' everywhere.
Dec 5. I85S ly S71
roa mi courLKTE cube or
Cought, Coldt, Initutnza, Asthma, Bronchitis
apvnng oj atooa, ana all other Lung
Complaint! tending to
CONSUMPTION.
THIS preparation is getting into use all
over our country. The numerous letters
we receive from our various agents, informing
us of cures effected in their immediate neigh
borhoods, warrant us in saying it is one of the
best, if not the very bett Cough Medicine now
before the public. It almoet invariably re
lieve and not vnfreguently cure the very wortt
caiee. When all other Cough preparations
have failed, this has relieved the patient, as
Druggists, dealers in Medicines, and Physi
cians can testify. Ask the Agent in your
nearest town, what has been his experience
of the effects of this medicine. If he hns
been selling it for any length of time he will
tell you
IT IS THE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters
we have received lately regarding the virtues
of this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga.,snvs: "I
have been uting your Liverwort and tar very
extensively in my practice for three year pott,
and, it is toifA pleasure itate my belief tn its
SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTHER ARTICLES Kith which
lam acquaintedxfor which iti recommended."
Messrs. Fitzgerald A Benners, writing from
Waynesville, N. C, say: "The Liverwort
and Tar it becoming daily more popular in thit
country, ano wa tshnk justly so. All who
have tried it epeeje in commendable term of it,
and ay it is btnefieial in alleviating the com
plaint for which ill recommended
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S.
R. Mcl'nll, assures lis "that he vie it with
great benefit in his own family, and recom
mends it to his neighbors." lie gives an in
stance of a negro woman, in his vicinity, who
una ueen sintering wan disease ol tne Lungs
for years, attended with severe cough, who
was rolicvood by the Liverwort and Tar.
aucn are the good reports we near Ot this
Medicine from all parts of the South. For a
report of t he surprising cures it has perform
ed in the Western and Northern and Eastern
States, we would invite the suffering patient
to read the pamphlet which accompanies each
bottle. To nil, we say, have hope, have hope!
TRY THE MEDICINE 1 1
BE WARNED IN SEASON III
And neglect not that cough which is daily
weakening your constitution, irritating your
throat nnd lungs, and inviting on that dread
disease, consumption, when so soothing nnd
Healing a remedy can be obtained as Dr.
Ropers' Liverwort nnd Tor.
Beware of Counterfeit and Bate Imitations I
The genuine article is signed Andrew
RodEits, on the engraved wrapper around
each bottle.
Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5.
Sold wholesale and retail bv
SCOVIL A MEAD,
1 1 1 Chnrtres st., bet. Conti a St.Louis,N O.,
Sole Agents for the Southern States, to whom
nil orders and applications for Agencies
must be addressed.
Sold by P. II. Keith A Co., Athens.
Cowan A Hammond, Charleston.
W. H. Craigmii.es, Cleveland,
Moss A McKamt, Benton.
J. A. A C. W.Coffin, Madisonville.
And agents in every town in the State.
Deo. 2, 1853 6m 271
Good Medicines.
STABLER'3
Anodyne Cherry Expectorant,
For Covght, Cold, Brouchitii, Croup, i'c.
STABLER'S
Diarrhoea Cordial.
FTIIE valuable medicines above named, are
JL sot empirical, but nro prepared in agree
ment with the experience of some of tho most
learned and judicious practitioners, and are
not secret, further than is pecessary to pro
tect the proprietors and those who use them
from loss and imposition, as the component
fiarts have been made known, confidentially,
torn time to time, to perhaps
600 PHYSICIANS 1 1 1
in Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia,
Ohio, and other places, all of whom, without
a tingle exception, have approved of the formu
la, and most of them acknowledge that they
are the belt remedies that they have ever
known for the cure of the diseases for which
they are recommended. Our confidence in
the excellence of these medicines, added to
our desire to avoid the jnst prejudice of the
medical profession against iceret and ouch nos
trums, induced us to adopt this candid course.
We append a few of tho notices we have re
ceived from Physicians, vix :
From Dr. Wm. H. Farrow, of Snow Hill, Md.
"Gentlemen I have frequently in my prac
tice prescribed your 'Stabler's Anodyne Cher
ry Expectorant and 'Diarrhoea Cordial,' with
great satisfaction to myself, and to the entire
relief of such diseases as they profess to cure.
I consider them happy combinations of some
of our most valuable and safe theraputical
agents, and must be of infinite worth to the
afflicted and mankind at large. In furnishing
the medical profession with these active and
concentrated preparations, so convenient for
administration. aid of a standard quality,
you have rendered them an eminent service,
and I can do no less than earnettly recommend
these preparations to practitioners, and espe
cially in the country, where the impurity of
commercial Drugs is one of the greatest obsta
cles to the sucoess of the Physician."
From Geo. Gerry, Af. D., of Somehel eo.. Aid.
"Gentlemen I have uted many of the dif
fercnt Cherry Expectorants, and I do assure
you thnt yoyrf ercautt any I have ever tried.'
We have beesvfnvorea with a written certifi
cate, cheerfully given by numerous Medical
gentleman, in Maryland, Virginia and Ohio,
which alone should convince the most doubt
ing, that these are really "Good Medicines ;"
after stating that they are acquainted with
the composition of both the Expectorant and
Cordial, and that they have administered them
to their patients, they testify "that they are
remedies of great value, ' tafe, efficient and well
worthy of the patronage of the Profession and
the Public, that they are more reliable than
any other proprietary medicine with which
we are acquainted," Ac,
The above notices of recommendation from
members of the Medical Faculty, should be
sufficient to satisfy all, that these medicines
are worthy'of trial by the afflicted, and that
they are of a different stamp and class from
the "Quackery" and "Core-Alls" ao much im
posed upon the public.
See the descriptive Pamphlets, to be had
gratis of all who have the medicines for sale,
containing recommendations from Doctors
Martin, Baltasll, Addison, rayne, Handy,
Love, Ac -
For sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and
Country Store keepers generally, at the low
price of Ffty cents per bottle, or six bottles
for 2,60. . . - E. IL STABLER A CO.,
Wholaale Druggui,
Importers of English, French and Gcrsnaa
Dragv Dealers in Paints, Oils, Ac
120 Pratt stress, Baltimore.
And sold hy WM. BURNS, Athens.
- W. R, HURLEY, London.
O. CANNON, Madisonville
Dec 9, 1858 Ty 27
Fire Proof Safes.
I HAVE on hand general aseortneat of
Dnryee A Forsyth's Fire Proof Safes, ac
knowledged by all, wherever they have beea
tested, the best article of the kind manufac
tured in this or any other country. I sell at
manufacturer's prices, freight added.
Jsn. SO. C. W. ROSS.
DOCTOR YOURSELF!
The Pocket JEsculapius;
OR. EVERT ONE BIS OWN rnvSIClAK.
THE Fortieth Edition,
with One Hundred En
gravings.sbowing Diseas
es and Malformations of
the Human System ia
every shape ana form.
To which is added a
Treatise on the Disease
of Females, being of the
highest importance to
married people, or those
contemplating marriage,
Hy WM. VniTKfJ M T
Let no father be ashamed to present 'a copy
of the ;diSCULAPIU8 to his child. It may
save him from an early grave Let no young
man or woman enter into the secret obliga
tions of married life without reading the
Pocket iEscuLArics. Let no one suffering from
a hackuied Cough, Pain in the Side, restless
nights, nervous feelings, and-the whole train
of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their
physician, be another moment without con
sulting the ;Eseulnpiuc Have the married,
or those about to be married any impediment,
read this truly useful book, as it has been the
moans of saving thousands of unfortunate
creatures from the very jaws of death.
irjr Any person (ending Twenty-Five Cent
enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of '
this werk by mail, or five copies will be sent
for One Dollar.
Address (post paid) DR. Wm, YOUNG,
No. 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia.
June 24, 1853 ly 848
IITORE FINE SEGARS. I have just re
i'A ceived a large lot of the celebrated
Washington and La Fortune brands, in boxes
of 50 and 100 each, which I will sell cheap for
oosh. April 14. G. W. ROSS.
F.HHcnce of (J inter.
i O DOZEN Brown's Essence of Jamaica!
A-4 Gintrer. received bv G. W. Rnsa
April 7, 1854.
, NVILS and Vices for sulo at
JL inarch 81. L. DODSON'S.
Pianos
SELECTED, TUNED and REPAIRED ty
Sept. 16 H. G. COOKE.
WcEwen & Gillespie
HAVE received and opened a large stock
ofWlNTKIt OOOOS!
to which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of their friends and customers,
November 1, 1863 tf
LINTSEED and Tanners' OIL, White, Red
and Black Lend, Dye-stuffs, Ac, this day
received and for sale low.
Benton, April 14. W. B. REYNOLDS.
MEDICAL NOTICE.
FRANK BOGART, M. D.,
WOULD announce to his friends that he
has permanently located in Tellico
Plains, and will give his undivided attention
to the various departments of bis profession.
Olfice, as formerly, at the residence of Maj.
Gaines, three miles North of the Iron Works,
march 81, 1854 6m 288
Agricultural Machinery.
Albakt, May 19, 1853.
"We hereby certify that Mr. P. D. Gates ia
our sole Agent for the sale of our Agricultural
Machines in East Tennessee.
(Signed "Wheeler, Melicx A Co."
riuiE above is a oopy of a certificate which
X I have received from Messrs. Wheeler,
Melick A Co. I furnish their celebrated Horn
Power, Threther and Separator; Clover
Huller, and other Machiuct, at their easb
prices, free of commissions.
PRICES:
For Double orTwo Horse Power.Thresh
er and Separator, including belts,
wrenches and oil-cans, complete, (160,00
Double Power alone, including belt, 120,00
Do. without belt, . 115,00
Doubke Thresher and Separator, alone, 40,00
Single, or One Horse Power, Thresher 1
and Separator, including belts, oil
cans and wrenches, complete, 128,00
Single Power, alone, including belt, 90,00
Do. without belt, 85,00
Single Thresher and Separator, alone, 88,00
Clover Uullers, 32,00
Straw and Stalk Cutters, for Horse
Power, 82,00
Circular Saw Mill, with 24 inch Saw, 88,00
One Horse Power, without band wheel, 80,00
Churn Gearing, 18,00
Band Wheel, 6,00
Band for Power, 9,00
Double Power, with Combined Thresh
er nnd Winnower, including belts,
wrenches, Ac, 145,00
Combined Thresher and Winnower,
alone, 125,00
Orders solioited.
Address, P. D. GATES,
12 Broadway, New York City.
New York, June 8, '53 ly 245
Athens Foundry and Machine
Works.
THE subscribers would respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of Athens and the
publio generally, that they are now in opera
tion ana prepared to do
Ca tin ft
of every description in their line, and would
therefore solicit orders from all those who may
want anything of the kind.
They are now easting and have for sale dif
ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook
Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of
Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber, Office and Shop
Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waffle Irons;
Ploughs, right and left hand.
Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water
Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou
sand feet per day.
Persons wishing Mill or Machinery casting
ean be accommodated upon short notice.
Also, Iron Railing of every description.
They are also prepared to do all kind of
Brass casting.
ZIMMERMAN A THOMAS.
P. S. We have connected with the Work
an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons
wishing castings can have patterns made to
order. ' Z. A T.
Safelf) rue.
1ft ft ft ft FEET Sftt Fu" fr bleating
J-VeVlV purposes, offered at greatly
reduced prices, by C. H- MILLS A CO.,
Dec. 23. '68 271 Cleveland.
UVf-ens far Mate. '
1TWO HORSE WAGON, second hand;
also, the wood work of 1 Two Horse Wagon
for sale on accommodating, terms, by
mar.10. 1854 S. K. REEDER.
t. C WILLIAMS, im, uea, a,
Form'lyofKnwtville,T.) (LateofBUmntvUle,T
J. E. WILLIAMS & CO..
(Successors to J. E. Williams,)
General Commtetiam jaerckmmjln
AMD PABTICCLAaLV FOE THE BALE OP
Grain, Bacon, Lard, Feather and Tmnettet
Produce generally,
Johnson's Fire-Proof Ware-House.
Atlaata, Georgia.
LETTERS of inquiry, ia relatioa te the
Markets, Ac, answered promptly.
I am sincerely thankful to the citizens et
Tennessee for the very liberal patronage here
tofore received from thesa, and respectfully
solicit a continuance of the sans to the asw
firm, feeling satisfied that, posaesaiag the ad
vantage w aow do, we will be able to da
fully aawellforthemaseeabedoB ia thia
aiarke. W will both give ear personal at
tentiea te the easiness.
JAMSS E. WILLIAMS.
toareh 17. 1854-tf J86
WILLIAM H. COOfER,
Ii
LaGeafoe, Taocp conrrr. Ga
WILL attend te the sals of all kinds of
PRODUCE, ntkm Con, 0U,Femr, i
Baena. Lard, Lime, Ac, eon signed to hiss.
Deferent: Ths farmer proprietors, B. B. '
Amos and Jesse MeLendoa.
march 10, 18M tf i i.

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