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AYER'S PILLS,
AK8W and singularly nteocnfal remedy for the
rare of all Bilious diseases Costivenesa, Indi-
Sestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers,
out, Humors, Nerrousnesa, Irritability, Inflamma
tions, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back,
and Limbs, Female Complaints, 4c., 4c Indeed
very few are 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 harm
less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
No person can fenl well while a costive habit of
body prevails ; besides it soon generates serious and
often fatul diseases, which might have been avoided
by the timely and judicious use of a good purgative.
This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and
Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or
produce the deep seated and formidable distempers
which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the first importance to
the publio health, and this Pill has been perfected
with consummate skill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes
sors, and Patients, has shown results surpassing
any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cure
have been effected beyond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the eminent gentlemen to whom we are
allowed to refer for these facts, are
Prop. Valentine Mott, the distinguished Sur
geon of New York City.
Doer. A. A. Hayes, Practical Chemist of the
Port of Boston, and Geologist for the State of Mas
sachusetts. Ira L. Moorb, M. D., an eminent Surgeon and
Physician, of the City of Lowell, who has long used
thm in his extensive practice.
H. C. Southwick, Esq., one of tho first mer
chants in New York City.
C. A. Davis, M. D., Sup't and Surgeon of the
United States Marine Hospital, at Chelsea, Mass.
Did space permit, we could give many hundred
such names, from all parts where the Pills have
been used, but evidence even more convincing than
tho certificates of these eminent public men is
shown in their effects upon trial.
These Pills, the result of long Investigation and
study, are offered to the publio as the host and
ruObt complete which the present state of medical
science can afford. They are compounded not of
the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues
Only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical
process in a state of purity, and combined together
in such a manner as to insure the best results. This
system of composition for medicines has been found
in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob
tained by any process. Tho reason is perfectly ob
vious. While by the old mode of composition, ev
ery medicine is burdened with more or less of acri
monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present. All the inert and obnoxious qual
ities of each substance employed are left behind, the
curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is
self-evident tho effects should prove as they have
proved more purely remedial, and tho Pills a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicine
should be taken under the counsel of an attending
Physician, and as he could not properly judge of a
remedy without knowing its composition, I have
supplied the accurate Formulas by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If however there should be any
one who has not received them, they will be
promptly forwarded by mail to his address.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how
few would be taken if their composition was known !
Their life consists in their mystery. I have no
mysteries. '
The composition of my preparations is laid open
to all men, and all who are competent to judge on
the subject freely acknowledge their convictions
of their intrinsio merits. The Cherry Pectoral was
pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful
medicine before its effects were known. Many em
inent Physicians have declared the same thing of
my Pills, and even more confidently, and are will
ing to certify that their anticipations were more
than realized by their effects upon trial.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, and other orgaffs of the
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as are the first origin of disease.
Being sugar wrapped they aro pleasant to take,
and being purely vegetablo, no harm can arise from
their use in any quantity. '
' For minute directions, ice the wrapper on the
Box.
PREPARED BY
JAMES C. AYEE,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
LOWELL, MASS.
Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxei for $L
BOLD BT -
O. W. ROSS, in Athens; J. CT1ESNUTT,
Philadelphia; and by dealers in Medioines
generally. "Miill17"1 8i
CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE,
(Formerly Origin limine,)
CnATTANOOO. TB-VNESSEE.
TIIIS well knovn hole , situated within a
few step of t'l-i passenger oar landing of
the Western and Atlanta Railroad, is now
open under the supervision of Thomas Crutch
field, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Bryson and
Lady. This house, while tinder the eontrol of
Col. J. J. Griffin, acquired a very high reputa
tion as a fist class Hotel. The present pro
prietor having secured the services of Col.
Griffin' bar-keeper, and having purchased his
most excellent cook and house boy, and hav
ing furnished the house entirely new, hopes to
retain its high reputntion and merit publio
patronage, Passengers oan bo accommodated
with an omnibus to and from the boats.
THOMAS CRUTCHFIELD,
Feb. 18, 'S3 ly 230 Proprietor.
TAILORING.
Grubb & Engledow
CONTINUE to carry on the Tailoring Busi
ness, at the old stand, and solicit the work
f their friends and the publio. All garments
made in the best style and on the shortest
notice, Prioes moderate.
April 8, '63 tf 237
Com Shelters.
A FIRST rate lot. of Corn Shellers, Straw
Cutters, and Well Buckets, on hand and
for sale by C. H. MILLS A CO.,
Deo. 28, '83273 Cleveland.
Test Acids, &c.
SUXmURIC Nitrio and Hydrochloric or
Muriatic Acids, of very pure quality, for
laleby HUDGIN, WELLS JOHNSON,
Jan. 20, 1854 tf 278 Cleveland, Tcnn.
Booti and Shoes,
THE Farmers' Cheap Store can now boast
of having a superior stock of Boots ana
Shoes, this day received, and for sale low down,
as is the ease with every thing in our line.
June 9. RF.AT, F. G IBSON.
W. B. REYNOLDS,
benton, te yy.,
IS now receiving a well selected cheap and
extensive stock of
SPI11SG AyD SUMMER GOODS!
to which he invites the attention of his friends
and the publio generally. Having selected
his Goods with great care in the cities of
yEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA
he is prepared to offer inducements to persons
wishing to buy good and cheap Goods.
It is considered unnecessary to enumerate
articles, as his stock is unusually large and
complete, including almost everything be
longing to the retail trade. All of which
will be sold at the lowest prices.
April 7. 18846iii 289
Pianos
. TU5T received, two very fine Square Nanos,
J round corners, of beautiful finish and fine
tone. Those wishing to purchase are invited
to call and examine them.
Jnno23, 1884 II. O. COOKE.
Notioo.
A LL persons are hereby notified not to
.1. trade for Land Warrant No. 977, issued
in the name of John II. Millignn, private iu
CaptThos. J. raid well's Company Tennessee
Volunteers, Cherokee war 1837-88. Said
Warrant has been lost, and it is my intention
to file caveat iu the General Land Office that
the same mav be cancelled and a duplicate
issue. Said Warrant was issued on the 18th
September, 1888, and was for IdO aorra.
JOHN 11. MILL1GAN.
. July 28, 1851 6t 305
MONTVALE SPRINGS.
IHE large and commodious HOTEL at this
. popular watering place will be opened
for the reception of visitor about the 1st of
June. The Hotel has been completed and
furnished in the most elegant and convenient
style, and every preparation will be mad to
render comfortable and pleasant the stay of
those who may visit this celebrated resort for
the invalid and pleasure seeker.
Of the Medicai proiierties pf these waters
we will state for the benefit of the afflicted,
that Dyspepsia and Chronic liver Complaint
in their worst forms are cured; Dropsy, Chron
ic Diarrhoea and Bowel affections of all kinds,
are cured in eight or ten weeks; returned
Mexican soldiers and Californians with that
disease peculiar to the climate, have all been
restored to health. All eases of Piles are per
manently cured or mueh benefited by the ns
of these waters. There have been some half
dozen ease of Scrofula at these Springs, and
all cured. The Proprietor had their certifi
cate taken and would be pleased to see oth
er to ascertain if it would prove infallible in
all case. In all those diseases peculiar to fe
males it has been highly beneficial. Protract
ed oases of Chills and Fever, Spinal Affections,
Kidney Affections, Head-acbe, Ac., it has
proved equally beneficial.
The pleasure seeker will find Montvale one
of the moat delightful Summer retreats in the
United States situated at the base of the
Chilhowee Mountain, some 8000 feet above
the level of the sea. The salubrity of th
atmosphere and healthfulnes of the climate
are proverbial, while the grandeur of the
scenery is surpassed by that of no place of
resort in this country.
These Snrines are situated in Blount conn
ty, Tennessee, 25 miles South of Knoxville;
28 miles from Loudon, end are easy of access
from any part of the country. A daily line
of Conches and Hacks will tfa from Loudon,
the present terminus of tho East Tennessee
and Georgia Railroad, to Montvale Springs,
so as to connect with that road. Through
tickets from Dalton to Montvale can be pro
cured for 1 5,50.
Charges: Board per dny tl,25; per week
(7; per month $23. Children and servants
half price. - ASA WATSON.
P. S. There ore from fifty to sixty Cabins
intended for the accommodation of those who
may wish to board themselves, which will be
rented ns follows: For framed (2,50; for log
1,50, by the week. may 2fl, '64-8m-296
A. D. KKYE8. J- M. HENDERSON.
REYES & nENDERSON,
COMMISSIOy M E R CHA y TS,
AND
DEALERS IN PRODUCE, AC,
Jllhent, Tcnn.
June 9, 1884 tf 293
n. L. IIARLAND,
(Late Andcrton & Ilarland,)
BOOTS, SHOES
AND
Straw Hoods,
No. 120 Market Street, hblow Fourth",
Philadelphia, Pa.
march 17, 1854 tf 269
Rochester Scales.
TAM the Agent for the sole of the Rochester
Scales, the acknowledged standard, and
have now in store all sorts and sizes, from the
lnrirest Warehouse Scales to smallest Counter.
Hay and Railroad Scales put up in any part of
the country. v e sell at tne inctory prices,
freight added. Jan. 20. G.W.ROSS.
Lands for Sale
In Bradley, Blount and McMlnn counties
TtriLL be sold, for distribution, to the bigh-
11 est bidder, at the Court-house in the
town of Cleveland, on the first Tuesday in
September next, the following named Tracts
of Land and Town Property :
The North-east, North-west, and South-west
quarters of section 2; North-ens t quarter of
section a; n ortn-west ana riorui-enst quarters
of section 12; North-east quarter ot section 6;
South-east quarter of section 29, township 2,
range 1, West of the basis line, in the Ooom
District; South-east quarter of section 15;
North-east quarter of section 22, township 1,
range 1, West of the basis line eaah quarter
. ir. : at , T. ......
Section COUlttllllllg luvncrco. niou(inu xury u
Lots in the town of Cleveland, being number
ed and described in the plan of said town as
lots No. 94 and 119, continuing by estimation
S J acres.
Also, one Lot in the town of Charleston,
No. 120 with a brick building formerly occu
pied as a store house by Louis A. Ross, near
. tit.
O. o. Aarren o.
Two Lots in the town of Calhoun, Nos. 91
and 92, opposite B. F. Martin's. No. 91 has a
framed building, formerly occupied by McGhee
A MeCarty, as a store House.-
Also, on the 25th of September next, on
the premises, near the town of Morganton,
Blount eountv, Tcnn., one Farm, known as the
Hammontree farm, containing 400 acres, more
or less, with a first rate new Merchant Mill,
together with a Saw Mill and flam, all new
and in perfect repair. Also, another Farm,
known ns the Raison farm, adjoining the same,
containing 160 acres. Also, one other Farm
known as the Logan farm, on the stage road
leading from MeG bee's Ferry t Mnryville,
containing 410 acres. On all of the three last
above named tracts there are comfortable
buildings and other conveniences; also, first
rate spring water will be shown to any one
desiring to examine it mi person on the premi
ses. All are invited to attend ns we wish to
sell tho property. The terms will be one
third cash, and the remainder in two equnl
annual enstallments, bearing interest from
date of sale; bond and seourity, together with
a lien on the property until the purchase
money is paid. U. McGIIEK,
C. M. McOHEE.
June 9, '64 td 298 Etenitors.
MEDICAL y O T I C E.
FRANK B0G1RT, M. D.,
VVfOULD announce to his friends thnt he
f T hns permanently located in Tellico
Plains, and will give ins undivided attention
to the various departments of his profession.
Office, ns formerly, at the residence of Mnj.
Gaines, three miles North of the Iron Works.
inarch 81, 1854 6m 288
A. P. BRADFORD,
RICEVILLE, TENX,
HAS just received and opened a well se
lected and extensive stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
to which he invites the attention of the peo
ple living in the vicinity of Ricevillo.an dthe
public generally. Having selected his Goods
with great care in the cities of New York and
Philadelphia, he is prepared, as he thinks, to
otter inducements to persons wishing to fur
nish themselves with cheap and good Goods.
He thinks it unnecessary to enumerate all
the articles, as his stock is large enough, in
cluding most all articles belonging to the re
tail trade; and he also has a large and fine
stock of
SUGAR AyD MOLASSES,
which he has just received from New Orleans.
All of which he proposes selling at the lowest
prioes. Don't take his word for it, but just
come over to Riceville and examine for your
selves. June 2, 1854 297
PRIVATE HOUSE.
Washington ttreet,f muting tkt Methodist Epis
copal Church.
THE subscriber will entertain those who
call. WM. BURNS.
Athens, Dee. 26, 85 tf 70
Attention! Copper Miners!
C. II. HULLS & 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 filled, address
C. U. MILLS t CO.,
Pec. 28, '53274 Cleveland.
SAFETY FUSE, Blasting Powder, Octagon
Cast Steel, Large Manilla Rope suitable
for sinking shafts, Ac., just received and (or
sale low, by W. B. REYNOLDS,
April 14. Benton'
House of Entertainment at
Athens Depot.
J8. BRIDGES respectfully informs his
friends and former customer that he
will be happy to serve them iu his former oc
cupation at the following price:
Breakfast, : : : 50 cents.
Dinner, : : : 60 "
Supper, : : : 60 "
Lodging, : : : 25 "
Feb. Hi. ISM tf 281
Notice.
ALL orders for Agricultural Machinery,
made by Messrs. Wheeler, Melick A Co.,
Albany, N. Y., must be to me direct, or
through my Agents in East Tennessee, Mr. S.
K. Reeder, Athens, and Mr. M. Nelson, Knox
ville, who are authorised to furnish any of said
machine at manufacturer' cosh prices, add
ing cost of transportation. P. D. GATES,
Feb. 3, 1854 j tf 280 12 Broadway, N. Y.
M. R. MAY, M. D.,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
ATHENS, TENN.,
I") ESPECTFULLY tenders hi professional
V services to the public.
Jan. 14 22
McEwen & Gillespie
HAVE received and opened a large stock
ofVlTi:i5 GOODS!
to which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of their friends and customers.
November 1, 1853 tf
1000
FEET of Safety Fuse for sale at
fmarch 81.1 L. DODSON'S.
FRANK A. RAMSEY, M. D. JNO. W. PAXTON, II. D.
DOCTORS
RAMSEY Si PAXTON,
Gay Street,
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
mar. 24, '64 6m 287
ITMNE Chewing Tobacco, and No. 1 Cigars,
? just receved by A. CLE AGE A CO.
April 7,1864.
W. C. LILLAR D,
with
M. J j. HALLO W ELLA CO.,
importers or
SILKS AND FAyCY GOODS,
No. 147 Market st. and 21 North 4th St.,
Philadelphia.
may 19, 1854 tt 296
CLARK, HYDE & CO.,
(Successor! to Roosevelt, Hyde A Clark,)
DIRECT IMrOUTKII OP
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c,
No. 139 Meeting Street,
(Nearly Opposite Charleston Hotel,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
R. A. CLARK. SIMEON HYDE- ANDREW T. ANDERSON.
July 21, 1854 8m 304
WM. LOWRY, JR.,
ATTORyEY AT LAW,
Athens, Tennessee.
Office in the Office of the Chancery Conrt
Clerk, over the office of the "Athens Post."
April 22, '52 tf 289
Groceries, tic,,
JUST received, a large lot of Groceries, such
as Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrup, Ac, and
for sale by Ap. 7. A. CLEAGE A CO.
LEUTY'S HOTEL.
LOUDON, TENN.
GEO. W. MAYO
"1T7'0ULD announce to the publio thnt he
T T has removed from the "Athens Hotel"
and taken charge of the above House, where
he will be happy to wait on all who may
favor the establishment with their company.
Feb. 17. 1854 tf 282
ATHENS HOTEL.
ATHENS, TENN.
W. P. H. M'DEKMOTT
HAVING taken charge of the above Hotel,
respectfully solicits a shore of the pat
ronage of the public. His table will be fur
nished with the best the country affords.
Feb. 10, 1854 tf 281
CITY. HOTEL,
South side Public Square,
MURFREESBOROUGH, TENN.
JOHN W. THOMAS, Proprietor.
THIS House has recently beeen opened, and
the proprietor hopes by a well furnished
tabic, moderate cnarges, good accommoda
tions and attention to business, to merit l
liberal share of publio patronage.
march 8, 1854 ly 284
HARDWARE.
r,fiTi?rr vi.'V Ti.'iifimiHrfn
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
Hardware, Cutlery, Gun, Pistols, dec,
No. 85 Haynk street,
C HA RLE STO jV, S. C.
WILLIAM & COURTNEY. GILBERT B TENNANT.
JAMES B. EVANS,
June 17, '68 tf 247
GEO. V. BRIDGES
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE.
TRACTICESin the different counties com.
X posing the Third Judicinl Circuit will
attend to the collecting and securing of claims
and will give his undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care.
March 2. 1849 tf 23
Furniture ! Furniture !
TITE have just received a lot of Household
? T J'urmture, of the latest styles, consisting
ol the following articles, vie: tscdstends, Hu
reaus, Centre Tables, Side Tables, V ork Ta
blcs. Writing Tables and Dining Tables; also,
Sofas; Plush, Hair-cloth and Cane Sent Rock
ing Chairs, nnd one set of Parlor Chairs. The
public, nnd the ladies particularly, are request
ed t call and examine our Furniture. Any
person wishing articles of this kind, can now
get tnem at greatly reduced prices.
June 9 KEYES A HENDERSON.
DR. JAMES B. TAYLOR,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE.
"YTILL hereafter give his whole attention
vv to tne i raetice oi .medicine.
June 8, 1853 tf 24
Merchants' Hotel,
AIMKOD UUKST, t'ROI'RIETOR,
CHARLE STOy, SO. C A.
rpHIS House is situated in the business part
A of the city, and the proprietor respecfully
invites persons visiting Charleston to give
him a call. The Table will always be sup
plied with the best the market afford. Board
1 1,50 per day.
Nov. 25, 1863 ly 270
Rifle Gun.
LOT of Wright' celebrated Rifles, just
1 i r . . l , - ............
recuivcu py ap. Hj n. iy. nr.li.Uli.rt.
Agricultural Implements.
HAVING received an Agency from th
Nashville Agricultural Manufacturing
Company, for the sale of their superior Agri
cultural Implement, we would invite the at
tention of Farmers to our present stock of
Wagons, six horse and two horse, iron and
wood axels; City and liailroad Carts; Wheel
barrow; Canal Harrows; I'loics; Cultivators,
sfl., ao.
The attention of Farmers is particularly i
so
licited to our stock of large "Sub-soil" Plow.
A friend writing to us some day age, says :
"I oannot conclude without mention of vour
superior Centre-draft Sub-soil Plow. I have
no doubt it is the best Plow for such purpose
in Amerioa, and destined to find mora read
salo, and to accomplish better service to the
planting interests in the South, than any oth
er Agricultural Implement in use." We ex
peot to keep a good stock of Agricultural Im
plement eonstantly on hand, and to sell at
the lowest prices.
June 80, 64. AJSYE3 4 HENDERSON,
TO THE PUBLIC RADWAY CO., the
Inventors, Manufacturers and Proprietor
of the justly celebrated R. R. R. Remedies,
were first to discover Remedy possessing
the 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, and soothing the
most severe" Paroxysms of Rheumatism, Neu
ralgio, and Tic Doloreux, as soon as applied.
The R. R. R. Remedies consist of three Reme
dies, each possessing quick and wonderful
powers over certain complaint and diseases,
and will instantly
RELIEVE the Human Svstem from Pain.
REGULATE eachOrgan" to a Healthy Action'
RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposits.
RENOVATE the body from Corrupt Humor.
REBUILD weak a broken down Constitutions.
RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all
unsound and worn ont parts.
R. R. R. No. 1. -RAD WAY'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
cruciating pain and quickly remove its cause.
Rheumatism 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
crutch in three days and enred him entirely
in one week.
Thousands of other cases equally as won
derful as the above, have fjeen cured by R. R.
Relief.
Cholera Morbus. Radway'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-
fl i ed it allays the most painful paroxysms.
t will always cure.
Sick Headache. It will relieve the roost
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 aud break the
Fever.
Aches of nil kinds, pains of nil kinds, Bruis
es, Burns, Scalds, Strains, Sprnins, Stiff Joints,
Lameness oncnpplicntion of R. R. Relief will
in a few moments entirely stop the pain.
It reduces swelling, heals sores, cuts nnd
wounds, removes bruises, allays the most vi
olent irritations. For all pains use R. R.
Relief. Look for the signature of Radway
It Co. on each bottle.
R. R. R. No. 2.
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
For the cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
and the various diseases of the Lungs.
It renovates the system completely, resolv
ing away from the Solids all impure and Dis
eased Denosites, freeing the Blood and Fluids
of Life from all corrupt humors, restoring
Energy, Health and Strength to every Organ
of the body.
R. R. R. No. 8. RADWAY'S REGULATORS,
Regulate to u healthy action all the Organs
and Secretions of the Body; a preventive and
curative of Costivene. Dropsy, Billiousness.
Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Influenza, Liver Com
plaint, Stupor, Common Colds. The Regu
lators will also be found of the greatest value
in treating cases of Fever, Measles, and Rash
es, and for Female Complaints, Irregularity,
Womb Difficulties, Hysteria and Melancholy.
R. R. Regulators are entirely Vegetable
Perfectly tasteless, good at times, never sick
en, never gripe.
Doses. Oue to three regulates. Four to
six purees.
One liegulator at night, on going to bed,
will insure sound sleep, a good night's rest,
and a healthy and pleasant discharge from
the bowels in the morning.
Radway's Regulators, Ready Relief, and
Renovating Resolvent are sold by Druggists
everywhere. RADWAY A CO.,
162 Fulton street, N. Y.
N. B. R. R. Regulators are of light color.
Sold by A. McKklmx, Athens.
Hukgix, Wells t Johnson, Cleveland.
Dr. W. L. White, Loudon.
W. A A. Russell, Campbell's Station.
Starratt A Wade, Red Clay, Go.
G. L. Giliespie & Co., Kingston.
Sthono A Stevenson, Knoxville.
And Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
Dee. 2, 1863 ly 271
The Turks Victorious!
A regular avalnnche of
GOODS!
Just received direct from New York and open
for exhibition at our old stand in
CALHOUN, TENN.
TO attempt to describe them, or give any
adequate conception of the styles, would
be ,:ke an attempt to paint the sun. Imagine
a . I'er garden in the month of May, with
every flower in full bloom and "doing its
prettiest," and you may form some idea of
these Goods. And as to prices, when we
consider the high price of Cotton, it can hard
ly be credited thnt Goods can be sold so won
derfully cheap. It would be impossible to
enumerate articles and prices to be appre
ciated they must be seen. An invitation is
therefore extended to the whole world to
come and look at Goods and prices.
SEEiya IS BEL IE v iyG.
Come then, all who want to save money
and I can nnd will prove all I have said on
this subject. B. F. MARTIN.
April 21, 1854 6m
Farmers Groceries.
E are recoiving large supplies of Coffee,
Sugar, Sack Salt, Nails, Ac, and it will
be to your interest to cnll at our corner and
buy form us. C. F. A T. F. GIBSON.
April 7th, 1854.
Western Produce!
Avovsta, Geo., January, 1854.
THE subscriber after tendering his thanks
to his numerous friends in Tennessee for
their long and continued confidence in him as
a salesman of their surplus Produce, would
inform them that he still gives his undivided
attention to the
Sale of Western Produce,
Such as
Bacon, Corn, Mlieat, Feathers, Lard, Peas,
Butter, de.
The Augusta market is one of the best in
the South for the sale of the above articles,
there always existinir a (rood demand for ex
port and to supply home want. Those he has
not transacted business for be would refer to
his numerous customers in East Tennessee,
whose business he has been attending to for
tne past ignt years. T. W. FLEMING.
Jan. 27, 1854 ly 279
SPRING GOODS FOR 1854,
AT WHOLESALE.
T. Si W. EAKIN Si CO.,
No. 48 Publio Square,
NASHVILLE, 2ENNESSEE.
WE have now in store an enlarged and
complete stock of Staple, and especially
Fine Fancy Goods,
to which we have this season given particular
attention, and will sell for Cash, or to prompt
time dealers, o the most liberal terms.
IW We wiK give the highest market price
for Feathers, Wool, Ginseng, Beeswax, Jeans,
Linseys, Socks, Ac.
march 17, 1864 6m 286
Rifle.
A GOOD lot of Tryon' Rifle Gnn at
march 81. L. DODSON'S.
Pianos.
TUST received, three veiy fine 1 octave
PIANOS, of a very fine build and beauty
of architecture, and lor tale by
I'eo.BU. h. U. CUUKE.
mow fine and Fluxlnf Salt
FOR dry Tests, tor sale by
1IUDG1N, WELLS 4 JOHNSON,
Jan. 20, 1864 Cleveland, Tenn.
PROSPECTUS OF THE
Atlanta Intelligencer,
Dailt, Tai Weemlt aud Weeklt.
ON and after the 25th of September the
Atlanta Intelligencer wiU be published
Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly, on new and
beautiful type throughout, and on a new Cyl
inder Power Press, capable of throwing off
from 1000 to 1500 sheets per hour.
The Daily Intelligener will be printed on a
super-royal sheet, 22 by 84 inches surface, on
fine white paper, and will contain twenty
four columns of matter. It will furnish all
the latest telegraphic intelligence from the
Northern, Southern and Western cities, up to
the moment of going to press. Having the
benefit of two different telegraph lines which
place Atlanta in direct communication with
all part of the Union, the Daily Intelligencer
will possess every advantage for obtaining
the latest telegraphic news from all direc
tions, while by means of the large number of
Railroad converging at Atlanta, it will pos
sess mail facilities equal, if not superior, to
those of any other city in the South. In the
eolun ns of tho Daily especial attention will
be devo'ed to furnishing full nnd reliable
commercial reports. The New York, Balti
more, Charleston, Savannah, Augusta, Atlan
ta, New Orleans and Nashville markets, will
be regularly reported, in addition to weekly
reports of other markets.
J5J With such ndvnntngcs of location, to
gether with the mail and telegraphic facilities,
it will be readily seen that all points in Geor
gia, North, North-west, and West of Atlanta,
as well as all points in Tennessee and Ala
bama, can be furnished with nil important
Commercial, Congressional and Foreign News,
and telegraphic news generally, through the
columns of the Daily Intelligener, at least
one day sooner than by the daily papers of
any other city in Georgia.
The Tri- Weekly will be the same size ns the
Doily, containing all the reading matter of
the two Dailies immediately preceding it, and
telegraphic news up to the hour of going to
press.
The Weekly Intelligencer wi) beenlnrged to
over double its present quantity of reading
matter. It will be printed on fine paper, on
an imperial sheet of 28 by 45 inches surface,
and will contain thirty-two columnsot matter.
Terms: For the Diiilv, 6,00
" Tri-Weekly, 4,00
" " Weekly, 2,00
IS" To Clubs of ten or more at the same
Post Office, the Daily Intelligencer will be
furnished at 6,00 per annum, and the Tri
Weekly at 3.
IS" The CASH SYSTEM will be invaria
bly observed, and the name of no subscriber,
either to the Daily, Tri-Weekly or Weekly,
will be entered on our books, unless advance
payment is made. W. B. RCOGLES,
Editor and Proprietor.
Atlanta, June 2, 1854 m 297
Athens Foundry and Machine
Works.
THE subscribers would respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of Athens and the
public generally, thnt they are now iu opera
tion and prepared to do
Canting
of every description in their line, and would
therefore solicit ordersfrom all those who may
want anything of the kind.
They are now casting 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; Wafil 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 castings
can be accommodated upon short notice.
Also, Iron Railing of every description.
They are also prepared to do all kinds of
Brass casting.
ZIMMERMAN A TnOM
P. S. We have connected with the Worki
an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons
wishing castings can have patterns made to
order. 2. A T.
Athens, Tenn., June 4. 1852 tf ICS
Wholesale Druggists.
Haviland, ITarral Si Rislcy,
No. 8 0 Maiden Lane,
yEW YORK.
J. O. HAVILAND, II. W. RISLEY,
JAMES BARRAL, WM. K. KITCUEX.
Haviland, Ilarral & Co.,
No. 26 Hayne Street,
.CHARLESTON, S. C.
ItAVILAND. RARRAL A R ISLET,
W. STEVENSON, R. L. HARRAL, W. K. KITCHEN.
Dayiland, Risley & Co.,
No. 274 Broad Street,
(Aear the Globe Hotel,)
AUGUSTA, OA.
HAVILAND, HARRAL BISI.ET,
T. W. CHICHESTER, W. K. EITCnEN.
Feb. 17, 1854 ly 282
Pure Jllcohal
OF 95 per cent, proof, suitable for using
with the Blow Pipe, now on hnad and for
sale by HUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,
Jan. 20, 1854 Cleveland, Tenn.
WAS COMMITETD to Jail in Cleve
land, on the 29th day of March, a
NEGRO MAN, by the nnme of An
thony, a bright coppercolor.sfrnight
hair and very blade, will weigh a
bout 180 lbs., 40 years old about 6
feet 8 or tf inches hiuh. The owner
of said slave, is hereby notified to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges, and take
him away. T. L. BATES, Sheriff
of Bradley county, Tenn.
April 7, 1864 tf 289
Groceries) 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. B. REYNOLDS.
irom .ft or tars
OF good qnality on hand, and of sizes suita
ble for preparing Mineral Tests, Ao.
HUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,
Jan. 20, 1 864 Cleveland, Tenn
Mlonnte ami Hat.
InAVE just received a beautiful lot of Bon
nets, both trimed and plain. Also a large
lot of Summer Hats of all kinds, which I will
sell cheap for cash. Ap. 7.1 G. W. ROSS.
Cash for Rags !
WANTED, 100,000 lbs. of clean Cotton
and Linen Rags for which Cash will be
paid at the Athens Paper Mill.
ROBERT T. GETTYS A CO.
Sept. 80, 1863 tf 262
RANKIN, riLLIUI Si CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WAOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and America Urn Goods,
AND
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
181 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. T). RANKIN,
R. W. PULLIAM,
P. M. oraiomii.es,
Feb. 25, 1858 tf
A. D. SMITH.
B. M'D. m'eLRATB.
281
F, D. FANNING,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
HA TS, CAPS AND STRA W GOODS,
No. 81 Hayne street,
CHJRLBSTOjy, 8. C.
June 11. 1863 tf 194
LOVERING'S fine Golden Syrup, the same
kind I had before, just received, and for
sale by Ap. 7. O. W. ROSS.
MILTON P. JARMCIV
Attorney it Iaho and Solicitor in Cknacery,
ATHENS, 1ENNESS.
ATTENTION given to the collecting busl
neas in all lowor East Tennessee.
June 8, 53 tf 145
GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO,
DIRECT IMPORTER DEALER I
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
No. 83 Hayne street,
CMJKLEITOJS; . Cm
N. B. Bolting Cloths always on hand.
IU BL a ILL! LAND. IINET . HOWELL,
W. D. eiLLILAX. JAMES SIUILAND
JAMES H. NICHOLS.
Oct. 81. 1851 tf 1
ALLEN & DUNL A
IT Tlunlsn A Horn.)
P,
Grocery and Commission Merchants,
MACON, GEORGIA.
QTRICT personal attention to order
Mtiipni nf anlis of Produce.
nd
r- ' ijuiv. ii...... .
They will give special attention to
sienments from East Tennessee.
eon
J. J. ALLEN. mtNLAr.
march 18. 1858 ly 284
DK. JAS. 1IUCKNKK,
Dentist.
TS relnrnine his thanks for the very liberal
1 iiat.rnnairi, lie has already received, would
reneelfiillv announce to nil who may need
the aid of a Dentist, thnt he is well prepare
to execute nil work in tho various branch
of his profession. General satisfaction will
be given, both in prices and style of work.
Uieeville. Tenn., Dec. 80, 186? tf
Good Medicines.
STABLER'S
Anodyne Cherry Expectorant,
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, dc.
STABLER'S
Diarrhoea Cordial.
rVHE valuable medicines above named, are
J. not empirical, but are prepared in agree
ment with the experience of some of the most
, j j : ... 1
learaeu ami juuiuious jimvuijunni. mm mo
not secret, further than is necessary to pro
tect the proprietors nnd those who use them
from loss and imposition, as the component
parts have been made Known, conjidenttauy,
irom lime 10 Lime, 1.0 iu;riiiia
500 PHYSICIANS! 11
in Maryland. Virginia, District of Columbia,
Ohio, and other places, all of whom, vithout
a single exception, have approved of the formu
la, and most of them acknowledge thnt they
are the best 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 just prejudice of the
medical profession against secret and quek nos
trums, inuuceti us 10 auupi mis cnuuiu course.
We nppend a few of the notices we have re
ceived Irom l'hvsicinns, viz:
From Dr. Win." If. Farroa, of Snow Hill, Md.
"Gentlemen I have frequently in my prac
tice prescribed your Stnbler's Anodyne Cher
ry Expectorant' and 'Diarrhoea ordial,' with
great satisfaction to myself, and to the entir
relief of such disenses as they profess to cure.
I consider them happy combinations of some
of our most vrluable and safe thernputical
agents, nnd must be of infinite worth to the
afflicted nnd mankind at large. In furnishing
the medical profession with these active and
concentrated preparations, so convenient for
administration, and ol a standnrd quality,
you have rendered them an eminent service.
and I can do no less than earnestly recommend
these preparations to practitioners, and erne
cially in the country, where the impurity of
commercal JJrugs is one 01 tne greatest obsta
cles to the success of tho Physician."
From Geo. Gerry, If. 1)., of Somerset eo., Md.
"Gentlemen I have used many of the dif
ferent Cherry Expectorants, nnd I do assure
you that yours far exceeds any I have ever tried'
We have been favored 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 leally "Good Medicines;"
alter stating that they are acquainted with
the composition of both the Expectorant and
Cordial, and f hat they have administered them
to their patients, they testify "thnt they are
remedies of great value, safe, efficient and well
worthy of the patronage of the 1 rofession and
the Public, that they are more reliable than
any other proprietary medicines with which
we are acquainted," Ac,
The above notices of recommendation from
members of the Medieal Faculty, should be
sufficient to satisfy all, thnt these medicines
are worthy of trial by the afflicted, and that
they are 01 a ditterent stamp and class from
the "Quackery" ami "Cure-All" so much im
posed upon the publio.
See the descriptive Pamphlets, to be had
gratis of all who have the mediuines for sale,
containinir recommendations from Doctors
Martin Bultzell, Addison, Payne, 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
lor 2,60. ii. tl. M Alil.r.K CO.,
Wholesale Druggists,
Importers of English, French and German
Drugs, Dealers in Paints, Oils, Ae.
1 20 Pratt street, Baltimore.
And sold by WM. BURNS, Athens.
W.R. HURLEY, Loudon.
O. CANNON, Madisonville.
Dec. 9, 1853 ly 272
Cheap and Good.
TONES' Garment Cutter the best now in
use, is offered for sale at the very low rate
of two dollars per eopy. The cutter is a pat
tern system of cutting, with all sizes on the
same pattern A book of directions accom
panies every set of patterns and with them
any person can learn to cut and make Coats,
Pants, Vests, Cloaks, Talmas, Ladie' Sack
Mantillas, Dresses, and iu short, any garment
that is or will be worn by ladies or gentlemen,
ean be cut and made by Jones' Garment Cut
ter. Any person can learn from the book and
(atterns in the short space of twenty-four
lours so as to cut and make any garment they
wish, ns well ns any tailor.
Rights of States and counties for sale low
for cash. Buy a county right and be industri
ous, nnd I will ensure you to double your
money. Agent wanted all over the United
States, with reference as to character and re
sponsibility. The cutter ean be sent by mail
to any office in the United States.
Address Colonel P. Jones, ppst paid Mount
Vernon, Monroe county, Tennessee. Atl order
must be accompanied with the cash.
April 28, 1864 ly 292
ALEX. M CALLIR.
OEO. B. JONES.
M'CALME & JONES.
General Commission Slerchants,
JVaeon, ft a,
IOR the sale of all kinds of TENNESSEE
' PRODUCE.
References;
Messrs. Ilooke A French, Chattanooga.
C. Wallace, Pres't E. Tenn. A Oa. Railroad.
Messrs. Johnson, Smith A Co., Loudon,
Wm. K. Heiskell, Abingdon, Va.
Dee. 2, 1868 ly jf!
WAVERIA IIOUSi:,
BY MRS. E. P. GLEASON,
Qend of King Street,
CIIAKLESTOIV, 8. C.
Aug. 19,1868 ly 256
Fire Proof Safes.
IIIAVE on hand a general assortment of
Duryee A Forsyth' Fire Proof Snfos, ac
knowledged by all, wherever they have been
tested, the best article of the kind manufac
tured in this or any other country. I sell at
manufacturer's prices, freight added.
Jn. 20. O. W. ROSS.
FOR THE OOMTLET1 CI' EE Of
Cnues, Colds, InJIuenta, Asthma, BrnncMtis
Spitting of Blood, and all other Lung
Complaints tending to
CONSUMPTION.
TIIIS preparation is getting into us all
over our country. Tne numerous letters
we receiv from our various agents, informing
ns of cures effected in their immediate neigh
borhoods, warrant us in saying it is one of the
best, if not tho rery best Congb Medicine now
before the pubMc. ( almost invariably re
lieves and not infrequently cures the very worst
cases. When all other Cough preparations
have failed, this ban relieved the patient, as
Druggists, dealers in Medicines, and Physi
cians ean testify. Ask the Agent in vour
nearest town, what has been hi experience
of the effect of this medicine. If he has
been selling it for any length of time he will
tell yon
IT IS TOE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters
we have received lately regarding the virtue
of this medicine.
Dr. S. a Oslin, of Knoxville, G., says: "7
have been using your Liverwort and far verg
extensively in my practice for three years past,
and, it is with pleasure I state my belief in its
SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTHER ARTICLES with lehieh
lam acquainted, for whieh it is recommended."
Messrs. Fitzgerald A Bcnners, writing from
Wavnesville, N. C, say: "The Liverwort
and Tar is becoming daily more popular in this
country, and we think ji'stlt so. All who
have tried it speak in commendable terms of it,
and say it is beneficial in alleviating the com
plaints for which it is recommended.
our Ageni in 1 ick j-risinci, is. u.. Air. a.
R. McFall, assures us "that he uses it with
great benefit in his own family, and recom
mends it to his neighbors." He gives an in
stance of a negro woman, in his vicinity, whe
had been suffering with disease of the Lungs
for years, attended with severe cough, who
was reiieveed by tne .Liverwort ana lar.
Such are the eood reports we hear of this
Medicine from all parts of the South. For a
report of the surprising cure 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 all, we say, have hope, have hops I
TRY THE MEDICINE 1 1
BE WARNED IN SEASON til
And neglect not that congh which is daily
weakening your constitution, irritating your
throat and lungs, and inviting on thnt dread
disease, consumption, when so soothing and
Healing a remedy can be obtained a Dr.
Ropers' Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and Base Imitations t
The genuine article is signed Andrew
Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around
each bottle.
Price, 1 per bottle, or sis bottles for $5.
Sold wholesale and retnil by
BCOV1L & MEAD,
111 Chartres st., bet. Conti a St.Louis,N O.,
Sole Agents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders and applications for Agencies
must be addressed.
Sold by P. II. Keith A Co., Athens.
Cowan A Hammond, Charleston.
W. II. Craigmiler, Cleveland,
Moss A McKamt, Benton.
J. A. A C. W.CornN. Madisonville.
And agents in every town in the State.
vec. 2. 1853 6111 271
Produce Depot in Atlanta!
SEAGO, ABBOTT Sl CO.,
(Successors to Pegg dtBomar,)
ATLANTA, OA.,
Ware-Hovse mud Commission Iterckavts,
AND GENERAL AGENTS
IT'OR the purchase and sale of all kinds of
Tennessee Produce, Merchandise, Groce
ries, Ao.
march 18, 1853 ly 2S4
MEDICAL NOTICE.
JOHN L. ATLEE, M. D.,
HAVING loeated himself at Athens, Tenn.,
offers his services to the public nenernllv.
tW He can be found at all times in bis
office South of the Bridge, except when pro
fessionally absent.
Athens. May 6, 1858 tf .841
Safety fate.
1 O fififs FEET 8afet7 FnM for Mating
luUUl purpose, offered at greatly
reduced price, by C. II. MILLS A CO.,
Dee. 28, '68278 Cleveland.
1. . WILLIAMS, JNO. RHEA. O..
Form'ly of Knoxville, T.) (Late of Blountville, T.
J. E. WILLIAMS Si CO.,
(Successors to J. E. Williams
General Commission .fterchamti,
AND PARTICULARLY FOR THE SALE OF
Cram, Bacon, Lard, Feathers and Tennessee
Produce generally,
Johnson's Fire-rroof Ware-House,
Atlanta, Georcla.
IETTERS of inquiry, in relation te the
J Markets, Ac, answered cromnllv.
I am sincerely thankful to the citizens of
Tennessee for the very liberal patronage here-
toiore received irom tnem, and 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 Ha
fully as well for them as can be done in this
market, we will both give our personal at
tention to the business.
- JAMES E. WILLIAMS,
march 17, 1854 tf 286
WILLIAM n. COOPER.
Ware-Itoueo and Commission Merchant,
LaGrangk, Troup county, Ga
WILL attend to the sale of all kind of
PRODUCE, uch as Corn, Oats, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Lime, Ao., consigned to him.
Reference: The former proprietors, B. B
Amoss and Jesse McLendon,
march 10, 1854 tf 285
masting Powder,
JA KEGS Blasting Powder in Store and
rtv for sale at reduced prices.
C. U. MILLS A CO.,
Deo. 23, '68274 Chveland.
Cbancerj Court at Pikeville.
.Ttif.v Itm rft 1RR4
Samuel Rankin, Alfred SwnfTord, Administra
tors 01 riason swatioru, deceased,
The Planters Bank of Tennessee at Athena,
me union jianx 01 xennessee at Chattanoo
ga, the President and Directors of the Bank
of Tennessee at Bnnrta, James A. White
side, Reeee B. Brabson, Thomas Carmi
eheel, Daniel F. Cooke, Samuol Agee, W.
E. Nelson, and others, creditor of Nason
Swafford deneasiH.
"kN application of the complainants, it ia
V ordered by the Hon. John C.Gaut, Judge
of the Third Judicial Circuit, by hi fiat en-
uorseo. upon tne unginai uni in vnis cause,
that publication be made for eight successive
weeks, in the Athens Post, a newspaper pub-
1 i -V. w! In Inwn .if ilh.na Tnn .
quiring the defendants, and all other persona
lnla.Mt.il lit tUm fltat.A nf lh V..
T V , - .Mva
Swafford, deceased to exhibit their claims
to the Clerk A Master of the Chaneery Court
at I'ikevilla. Tiii.um mnA !
made parties to this suit, under the provision
.. U . . A I 1 , T . . 1
ui iuuvui AMeimuv, passea reurunry 86th,
1862, or their claim will be barred, as pro.
vided by said act.
Win. B. r HAZIER, O. t M.
rikeville, July 7th, 1864 8t Prs fee 8
Notice.
WE respectfullj notify those who are in
arrears with us on last vears accounts.
that we must have money. Those who have
not closed their accounts by note will invaria
bly be charged interest after the first of Jan.
uary, 1854. MoSPADDEN A HOIITON.
July 14, 1854.

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