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PILLS. TOR ALL TEX FUBPOSES 07 A FAMILY PHYSIC. Thebi ha long existed a public demand for an effective purgative pill which could be relied on aa aure and perfectly aafe in iU operation. Thia haa bttn prepared to meet that demand, and an exten aive trial of ita virtues haa concluiiveljr ahown with what auceeas it accomplishes the purpose designed. It ia eiuiy to make a physical pill, but not easy to make the beat of all pith one which ahould have none of the objections, but all the advantages, of rery other. This haa been attempted here, and with what success we would respectfully submit to tha public decision. It haa been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost eTerjr purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow els. This is not Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion in the system aa 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 ahould 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 raay mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap petite, Listlcssncss, Irritability, Bilious Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side and Loins ; for, in truth, Ml these are but the con sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an apnrinnt. they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any and every case whero a purgative is required. They have also produced some singularly suc cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel, Kryaipclas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains In the Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood and prepare the system for 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 theii stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno vate tha strength of the body, and restore the wasted or diseased energies of tlie whole organism. Hence an occasional doso is advantageous, even though no serious derangement exists; but un necessary 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 they suggest themselves to the reason of every body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will answer a better purpose than any thing which has . hitherto been 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. AYEE, Practical and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Price, 85 Cents per Box. Five Soxes for $1. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For tha rapid Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS, WIIOOPLXG-COHGII, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. This remedy hu won for itself such notoriety from ita cures of every variety of pulmonary disease, that it i entirely unnecessary to recount the evi dences of its virtues in any community where it has been employed. So wide is the field of its use fulness, and so numerous the cases of its 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 medicine of its kind is too appar ent to escape observation, and where ita virtues are known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous aflec tiona 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 of Colds, Couohs, Hoarseness, &c. ; and for Children it is the pleosantest 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 ever Las been, and that the genuine article is sold by O. W. ROSS, in Athens; J. UHESNUTT, Thilndelphia; and by dealers in Medicines generally. march 17, '64 ly 188 CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, (Formerly Griffin IJoute,) CHATTANOOGi-. TENNESSEE. rnillS well knovn hoto , situated within a .L few steps of t ij passunger enr landing of the Western and Atlantic Kniiroaa, ia now open under the supervision of Thomas Crutch field, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Bryson and Lady. Tli is house, while under the control of Vol. J. J. urinin, acquired a very nigu reputa tion as a fist class Hotel. The present pro prietor having secured the services of Col. Griffin's bnr-koeper, and having purchased hia most excellent cook and house boy, and hav ing furnished the house entirely new, hopes to retain its high reputation and merit public, patronage. Passengers can be accommodated with an omnibus to nnd from the boats. THOMAS CRUTCIIFIELD, Feb. 18, '63 ly 280 Proprietor. TAILORING. Grubb & Englcdow CONTINUE to carry on the Tailoring Busi ness, at the old stand, nnd solicit the work f their friends aud the public. All garments made in the best style and on the shortest notice. Trices moderate. April 8, '63 tf 237 Corn Shelters. A FIRST rote lot of Corn Shellers, Straw Cutters, nud Well Buckots, on hand and for sale by C. II. MILLS A CO., Deo. 28, '63278 Cleveland Test Acids, &c. SULPnURIC, Nitrio and Hydrochloric or Muriatio Acids, of very pure quality, for ale by HUDOIN, WELLS 4 JOHNSON, Jan. 20, 1854 tf 278 Cleveland, Tenn. Boot i and Shot. THE Farmers' Cheap Store can now boast of having a superior stock of Boots and Shoes, this day received, nnd for sale low down, as is the case with every thing in our line. June 9. C. F. T. F. GIBSON. Drugs, Again. I AM still striving to keep on hand a good supply of every art in e in the line of Drugs and Medicines wanted in this market. I have just received some choice articles. My stock is now largo, and many of the articles iresn ana oi the purest kind. It would De t edious to mention the articles comprised in my presont stock. I hope you will call and see them at my old stand, opposite the M. E. Church. I hare ou hand a first rate article of SU GAR and MOLASSES, and I think I will shortly add Coffee. Duly grateful for the patronage heretofore received, I earnestly solicit continuance and increase of the same. No pains will be pared on my part to give satisfaction to all who favor me with thoir custom. Athens, June IS. WM. BURNS. Ooppor ! Oopporl FTMIE subscriber will sell to the highest bid L der, on ten month credit, on the 12th September next, the most of his choice stook of Horses, Cat tle, and Sheep; lot of near 40 head of good large Hogs, nearly fat now, and a lot of likely Shoata, Also, one Wagon and Yoke of Oxen; Farming Tools, and many oth er artioles too tedious to name. Not and good security will be required before the property is removed. CALEB SMITH. Aug. 4, 1884 St 306 Cigar Tobacco. A LARGE lot, tin day received per steam er Union. W. B. REYNOLDS, April I t. Denton. TO THE PUBLIC. Cancers caut Cared wlthsmt the Knife nnd witneat Fain. THE undersigned tenders his services to his friends and the public generally, for the treatment of all kinds of Ulcers, Tu mours, Cancer in all it different forms Sore eyes. Scrofula, Female Complaints, Can cer ol the Uterus, (Womb.) Fistula-in-Ano and Fistula in the Perineam, (without the use of the knife,) Prolapsus uteri, (falling of the womb,) Piles, Chronic diseases, 4c, Ac. Those altlicted with any of the above dis eases and wish s 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. Murfreesboro', Tenn. Attention is invited to the following state ments: STATEMENT OF HON. CAVE JOHNSON. Mr. Thos. J. Adams, who signed the above certificate, is a respectable citizen of Mont gomery county. He came to my honse to see Dr. January five or six weeks ago; I then saw the tumor on his face, which he supposed to be a cancer, it was immediately under the left eve, and was so large as to effect seriously his vision. The base of the tumor appeared to be about the size of a quarter of a dollar, and growing from the face in a conical form, at least an inch. He then promised the Doctor to visit him at Murfreesborough, which he did during the next week. After an absence of about three weeks he returned. I again examined the place, theproturbancehad been entirely taken off, though not cured up. I have again examined 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. Clarksville, Tenn., Oct. 16, 1861. READ. We whose names are here annexed do cer tify, that on Thursday, 16th June, we exa mined a patient, Miss Elizabeth C. Demsey, who had been under the treatment of Dr. R. W. January, of this city, for cancer; and feel no hesitation in saying that the cancer ap peared to be entirely well, and the wound healed up. The patient pronounced herself cured, and the same nay returned nome, to Bedford county, nearShelbyville. Given un der our hands this 8th of July, 1852. B. D. BARLOW, 8. B. CHRISTY, W. J. LYTLE, D. W. TAYLOR, 3. W. HALL, M. G. REEVES, a D. BALDWIN. Murfreesboro' Tenn., Fcby 24, 1854 ly 283 The Valley Hlver mining; Company 130SSESSES a large amount of Mineral Lands on Valley River, and in many oth er rrnrts of Cherokee county. North Carolina. and being desirous to commence operations at as early a day as practicable, tha Company wishes to encnue the services of a scientific and practical miner to direct the operations of said Company. Applications to the under signed, atMurphv, N. C. J. R. DYCIIE A CO. Murphy, N. C, Aug. 11, 1864 St 807 Knoxville Register will please copy. Blow Pipe and Fluxing salt I70R dry Tests, tor sale by ' HUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON, Jan. 20, 1864 Cleveland, Tenn. NOTICE, All persons holding bonds on the Into Nathaniel Smith, tor titWs to lands in the Hiwnssee District can receive deeds for the same by calling on the undersigned, the daughter of said Smith, dee'd. at the residence of Charles Metcalfe In McMinn county. MARY M.CARft. Agent and Guardian of the heirs of Nat. Smith, dee'd. Aug. 18, 1854 4 1 308 In the Circuit Court of Itlonroo county. Lewis Stephens and Jasper N. Stephens, VI. Geo. J. Cunningham and Nancy, Martha and Barnet Watson, minors, and others, Petition to Sell Lakhs. IT appearing from the allegations in the pe tition filed in my office, that some of the defendants are non-residents, publication is therefore ordered to be made in the Athene Post, a newspaper published in the town of Athens, Tenn., for four successive weeks, no tifying them to appear at the Court-house in Madisonville, Monroe county, Tenn., on the second Monday in September next, and plead, answer or demur to the allegations in said petition, or the same will be taken pro con fcisoani set for hearing accordingly. E. E. GRIFFITH, Clerk. Aug. 10, 1854 4t Prs fee 3,50 808 New Store and New Goods ! af. L E.IVE A'VIK, ARE now receiveing and opening, at the Corner Store formerly occupied by S. K. Reeder, a very large and well selected Stock of seasonable Goods. Tho entire Stock is new having been purchased by one of the firm this Spring in the Northern market. Among their assortment may be found a large lot of LAD IE IS DRESS GOODS, Such as Broche and PJaid Bareges, Silk Tissues, Andalusians, Organdie Lawns, Ga rante Bon Tciut, Dclaiues, Swiss Muslins, Jaconets.Ginghams, Prints of nil styles,Shawls, Mantillas, Dress Trimmings, Bonnet and other Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, SilkUandkfs, L. C Hand kin, Ac, . FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. Cloths, Cassimers and Vestings, Hats and Caps, Black uode lihine i ravnts, r ine Mole skin, Pearl, Panama, Leghorn, nnd Wool Hats, laree lot of Boots and Shoes. Ac. Ac A large lot of Fancy Articles, too tedious to mention. Hardware and Cutlery, Queens ware, Ac, Ac, together with every thing usually called for in this market. They respectfully solicit a call from their mends and the publio at large, assuring them that they will be able to oner as greatinduce' ments as any other house in the trade. April 7, 1854 Ocoee Male and Female Seminary, Georgetown! Tenn. rinEeleventh session of this Institution will L commence Monday, 20th February. TERMS, tier Session of Five Month : Orthography, Reading, Writing, do., $6 00 Mental Arithmetic, Modern Ueography, and History, 8 60 Written Arithmetic, English Grammar, Natural, Moral and Mental Sciences, Higher Branches of Mathematics, and Languages, 10 00 Civil Engineering, Surveying and Draw ing, 13 00 Contigent fee, payable invariably in advance 60 Tuition will be charged from the date of entrance to the close of the Session, and no deduction made except in cases of sickness. iue price oi nonrd ranges from I tori 60 per week, washing, Ac, included. Young men wishing to board themselves will occupy the rooms belonging to the Institution. Bill of Merit, die, will be forwarded at the request ot tne parent or guardian. H. B. HEY WOOD, Principal. Feb. 8 1864 tf 280 W. &, A. J. DODSON, IN tendering their thanks to the people for the very liberal patronage they have here tofore given them, wot Id respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. Those who are in the habit of dealing else where w would solicit to give us a call, and examine our stock of Fall tut Winter OsmIi, which we think i unsurpassed for style and durability by aiy consisting of a variety of Ladies and Gentlemen' Dress Goods. In faot nearly every thine the want of tha country demand. e Wheat, Bacon. Lard. Feathors. Ac. taken in exchange for Goods. W. . A. J. DODSON. Riceville, Tenn., Oct. 14, 1863 tf 264 M. R. MAY, M. D., SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, ATHENS TTNN.. T ESrECTFULLY tender hi professionol jlsj aerviees to me public Jan. 14. 1 22 FRANK A. KAMSET, U. D. JNO. W. FAXTOR, M. D. DOCTORS RAMSEY & PAXT0N, Gay Street, KNOXVILLE, TENN. mar. 24, '64 Cm 287 I TUNE Chewing Tobacco, and No. 1 Cigars, . just receved by A. CLEAGE A CO. April 7,1854. W. C. LILLAKD, WITH SI. L. II ALIiOW HLL & CO., IMPORTERS or SILKS AND FANCY GOODS, No. 147 Market st. and 21 North 4th st., rhiladelphia. may 19, 1854 tt 295 CLARK, HYDE Si CO., (Successors to Rootevelt, Hyde A Clark,) DIRECT IMPOBTKBS OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c, No. 139 Meeting Street, (Nearly Opposite Charleston Hotel,) CHARLESTON, a G X. A. CLARK. SIMEON HYDE. ANDBEWT. ANDERSON. July 21. 1854 3m 804 WM. LOWRY, JR., ATTORNEY A T L A W, Atuknb, Tennessee. Omct in the Office of the Chancery Court Clerk, over the office of the "Athens Post." April 22, '62 tf 239 LEUTY'S HOTEL, LOUDON, TENN. GEO. W. MAYO WOULD announce to the publio that he 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. teo. 17. 1864 tl 282 ATHENS HOTEL ATHENS, TENN. W. P. II. M'DERMOTT HAVING taken charge of the above Hotel, respectfully solicits a share of the pat ronage of the publio. His table will be fur nished with the best the country affords. Feb. 10, 1864 tf 281 CITY HOTEL South side Public Square, MURFREESBOROUGH, TENN. JOnN W. THOMAS, Proprietor. THIS House has recently beeen opened, and the proprietor hopes by a well furnished table, moderate charges, good accommoda tions and attention to business, to merit a liberal share of public patronage. march 3, 1854 ly 284 HARD WARE. COURTNIJY, TENNEilTt CO., DIRECT IMPORTERS Or Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Ac, No. 85 Hatnk street, CHARLESTON, S. C. WILLIAM C. COURTNEY. GILBERT B TENNANT. JAMES B. EVANS. June 17, '63 tf 247 GEO.W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. TDRACTICESin the different counties com J posing the Third Judicial Circuit will attend to the collecting and securing of claims ana win give ins unuiviuea auenuon 10 ail business entrusted to his care. March 2. 1849 tf 28 DR. JAMES B. TAYLOR, ATHENS, TENNESSEE, TT7ILL hereafter give his whole attention T T to the i'ractice of Medicine. June 3, 1863 tf 24 merchants' Hotel, NIMKOJJ UlKST, "ROl'RIETOR, CHARLESTON, SO. C A. THIS House is situated in the business part of the city, and the proprietor respecfully invites persons visiting Charleston to give hun a call, the table will always be sup plied with the best the market affords. Board f 1,50 per dny. Nov. 25, 1863 ly 270 Hide Guns. LOT of Wright' celebrated Rifles, just received by sp.!4J a. K. KliEDEK. Agricultural Implements, TTAVING received an Agency from the JLX 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 Wagon; sir norse nnd two horse, iron and wood axels; City and llailroad Carte; H7ie- barrovtt; Canal UJ arrow; l'lovn; Cultivator, die, 020. The attention of Farmers is particularly licited to ourstock of large "Sub-soil" Plows. A friend writing to us some days age, says: "I cannot conolude without mention of your superior Centre-draft Sub-soil Plow. I have no doubt it is the best Plow for such purposes in America, and destined to nud more ready sale, nnd 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 plements ooustantly on hand, and to sell at the lowest prices. June 80, '64. KEYES 4 HENDERSON. McEwen & ie TTAVK receivad and opened a large stock ajl or v ! i (.nous: to which thev respectfully invite the atten tion of their friends and customers. November 1, 1868 tf 1 AAA FEET of Safety Fuse for sale at 1 UUU march 81. L. DODSON'S. Ill DGI.V, WELLS Sl JOIINSON. WHOLESALE k RETAIL DRUGGISTS, CUATTANOOOA AND CLEVELAND, TENN. Cltattanoorja. Tenn,, Sept., 1858. WE beg leave to return our sincere thanks to our friends and the publio generally for the very generous patronage that has been so liberally extended to our house at this place during the past twelve months, and as w have recently made very extensive and varied additions to our stook of Drug; Chemi. cat, Paint, Oil and Olai, we respectfully invite the attention of Physicians, Farmers and Conntry Merchants, generally, to our present large and well selected assortment. Our establishment at Cleveland will be con ducted tinder the immediate superintendence of Mr. Hvdoin, who will (five it his entire personal attention for the present, and any of our customer who may, from convenience or other reasons, see fit to patronize us there, can at all times rely on obtaining articles of tha same purity and excellence as we have heretofore kept on hand here. Physicians ordering from ua can at all times feel sure of obtaining artioles of strictly pure quality; 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 pur Drug. However, being practical Druggists, we shall at all times use every possible mean of guard ing against any such vexation. We have on hand a very large and well selected stock of Wine and Brandiet, of very superior quality, to which we invite the at tention of the Faculty and dealers generally. Call and examine, a it alway affords us pleasure to exhibit our goods. " tt &r iirr n a .rv s Oct. 21, 1863 ly 266 TO THE PUBLIC. RADWAT A CO., the Inventors, Manufacturers and Proprietors of the justly celebrated R. R. R. Remedies, were first to discover a 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 ralgia, 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 complaints and diseases, and will instantly RELIEVE the Human System from Pain. REGULATE each Organ to a Health v 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. Forth 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'a 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 cured him entirely in one weeK. Thousands of other eases enuallv as won derful as the above, have been cured by R. R. Relief. Cholera Morbut. Rad way's Ready Relief win relieve tue ouuerer iruin an pain in 111- teen to twenty minutes. It will cure the most desperate cases in a few hours. Neuralgia. The moment R. R. Relief is ap' plied it allays the most painful paroxysms. It win always cure. Sick Headache. It will relieve the most distressing pains in fifteen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks. A que. In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R. R. Relief will stop the Chills aud break the iever. Aches of all kinds, pains of all kinds, Bruis es, Burns, Scalds, Strains, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lameness onenpplication of R. R. Relief will in a few moments entirely stop the pain. It reduces swelling, heals sores, cuts and wounds, removes bruises, allays the most vi olent irritations. For all pains use R. R. Relief. Look for the signature of Radway & Co. on eacli bottle. R. R. R. No. 2. RAD WAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT. For the cure of Contumption, Bronchitis, and the various diseases of tne JLnngs. It renovates the system completely, rcsolv ing away from the Solids all impure and Dis eased Deposites, freeing the Blood and Fluids of Life from all corrupt humors, restoring fcnergy, Health ond .strength to every Urgan of the" body. R. R. R. No. 8. RADWAY'S REGULATORS. Regulate to a healthy action all the Organs and tiecretions or the Jiodyj a preventive and curative of Costiveness, Dropsy, Billiousness. jsyspcpBia, uizziness, innuenza, j.iver Lorn ulaint. Stupor. Common Colds. The Rerni. lators will also be found of the greatest value in treating cases of Fever, Measles, and Rash es, and for Female Complaint, Irregularity, Womb I'ltncnlUes, Hysteria and Melancholy, R. R. Regulators are entirely Vegetable Perfectly tasteless, good at times, never sick en, never gripe. Dote. One to three regulates. Four to six purees. One Regulator at night, on going to bed, will insure sound sleep, a good night's rest, and a healthy and pleasant discharge from tne noweis in tne morning. Radwav'a Regulators. Readv Relief, and Renovating Resolvent are sold by Druggists 1. T A Tilir A IT JL -i-l v yci j n iici v. uain Al at VW.f 162 Fulton street. N. Y. N. B. R. R. Regulators are of light color. Sold by A. MuKeldin, Athens. Hddoin, Wells t Johnson, Cleveland. Dr. W. L. White, Loudon. W. fc A. Russrll, Campbell's Station, Starratt & Wade, Red Clay, Ga. G. L. GiLiEspiB A Co., Kingston. Strong fc Stevenson, Knoxville. And Druggists and Merchants everywhere, Dec. 2, 1858 ly 271 The Turks Victorious! A regular avalanche of GOODS! Just received direct from New York and open for exhibition at our old stand in . CALHOUN, TENN. "10 attempt to describe them, or give any X adequate conception of thestyles, would be like an attempt to paint the sun. Imagine a iiower gnruen in me monin oi may, wun every flower in full bloom and "doinir its prettiest," and you may form some idea of these oonds. And as to prices, when we consider the high price of Cotton, it can hard ly be credited that 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 therclore extended to the whole world to come nnd look at Goods and prices. SEEING IS BELIEVING. Come then, all who want to save money and 1 can and will prove all 1 have said on this subject. B. F. MARTIN. April 21, 1854 6m Farmers Groceries. E are receiving large supplies of Coffee, Sugar. Sack Salt, Nails, da, and it will be to your interest to call at our corner and buy form us. C. F. 4 T. F. GIBSON. April 7th, 1864. SPRING GOODS FOR 1854, AT WHOLESALE. T. & W. EAK1N Si CO., No. 48 Tublio Square, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. 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, nnd will sell for Cash, or to prompt time dealers, o the most liberal terms. IW We wiK give the highest market priee for Feathers, Wool, Ginseng, Beeswax, Jeans, Linseys, Socks, to. march 17, 1864 6m 286 Rifles. GOOD lot of Tryon' Rifle Guns at march 81. L. DODSON'S. A Furniture ! Furniture ! WE have just received a lot of Hautrhold Furniture, of the latest styles, consisting of the following articles, viz: Bedsteads, Bu reaus, Centre Tables, Side Tables, tt ork Ta bles, Writing Tables and Dining Tables: also. Sofas; Hush, Hair-cloth and Cane Seat Rock ing Chain, and one set of Parlor Chairs. The public, and theladies particularly, are request ed te call and examine our Furniture. Any person wishing articles of this kind, can now get them at greatly reduced prices. June V KEYES A 11 EWUEKSON. W. B. REYNOLDS, BENTON, TENN., IS now receiving a well selected cheap and extensive stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS to which he invites the attention of hie friend and the publio generally. Having selected his Goods with great care in the eities of NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA he is prepared to offer inducements to person wishing to buy good and cheap Good. It is considered unnecessary to enumerate articles, a his stock is unusually large and complete, including almost everything be longing to the retail trade All of which will he sold at the lowest price. April i, ipo m sga J. A. ANSLEY, Late of the firm Seymour, Jinueyts vo.) General Commission 6t Produce Merchant, UFTICB 11 ROAD STREET, Opposite Bank of Brunswick, Jlugutta, Georgia. Pmirmt' Tinier t Wilcox: M. & B. Wil kinson; Hand, Williams A Co.; J. C. Fargo, Augusta, Ga. Tboe. Trout A Co.; Hand, Wil i;,. Wiln f Knrlo.tnn. S. fL Win. Dun- can; F. T. Willis; W. W. Garrard, Savannah, Ga. C a Welborn, Da'ton, Ua. F. W. uaoot, Rome, Ga. Grenville 4 Sample, Chattanoo ga, Tenn. J. II. wens, camoun, ieun. o. K. Reeder; G. W. Ross, Athens, Tenn. W. R Rpvnnldn Benton. Tenn. J. A. Wricht tt Co., Sweetwater, Tenn. Bearden, Son & Co., Knoxville, tenn. Nov. 11, 1858 ly 868 A. P. BRADFORD, RICEVILLE, TENN., HAS just received and opened a well sc lented and extensive stock of Spring and Summer Goods, to which he invites the attention of the peo ple living in the vicinity of Riceville, and the public generally. Having selected hi Goods with great care in the cities of New York and Philadelphia, he is prepared, as he thinks, to offer 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 AND MOLASSES, which ho has iust received from New Orleans. All of which he proposes selling at the lowest prices. Don't take his word for it, but just come over to Riceville and examine for your selves. Mime 2.1854 297 DD ITT A TT nnTTP iiuvaiii uuuuui Wahingtontreet,ronting the Methoditt Epi. copal Church. fPHE subscriber will entertain those who X. call. wjn. uuiioo. Athens, Dec. 26, 85 tf 70 A. P. KEYES. 1. M. HENDERSON, KEYES & IIENDERSON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE, iiC, Athene, Tenn. June 9,1 864 tf 29S H, L. II A R L A N D, (Late Anderson it 1arlatid,) BOOTS, SHOES, AND Straw (Hooft, No. 120 Market Street, below FouRTn, IMilladelphia, Pa. march 17, 1864 tf 269 Athens Foundry and Machine wonts. ' I ''HE subscribers would respectfully an X nounce to the citizens of Athens and the public generally, that they are now in opera tion and prepared to do Casting of every description in their line, and would therefore solicit orders from all those who may want anything ot the kind. They are now casting: and have for sale dif ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various sires of ran or, rune 1 late, Chnmher, Ufhee and nhop Moves. Also, Hollow "are; Wain irons; Ploughs, right and left hand. Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water- Wheei, which will saw trom 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 urass casting. ZIMMERMAN & TH0M P. S. We have connected with the fo'li an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons wishing castings can have patterns made to order. Z. it T. Athens, Tenn., June 4. 1852 tf 13 Wholesale Druggists. Haviland, Ilarral k Rislcy, No. 80 Maiden Lane, NEW YORK. I. C HAVILAND, H. W. BISLET, JAMES DARBAL, WM. K. KITCHEN. Maviland, Ilarral Si Co., No. 26 Havne Street, C H A R L E "S T O N, S. C. HAVILAND. IIARRAL BISLET, W. STEVENSON, B. L. HARRAL, W. K. XITCUEN, liar Hand, Risley Si Co., sso. 2 74 utoin street, (Near the Globe Hotel,) AUGUSTA, G A. HAVILAND, IIARRAL BISLET, T. W. CniCIIESTER, W. K. KITCnEN, Feb. 17, 1854 1y 282 M'ure Alcohol fY 98 per cent, proof, suitable for using with the Blow Pipe, now on hand and for sale by HUIX.IN, WELLS JOHNSON, Jan. 20, 1864 Cleveland. Tenn. Grocerif I A LARGE lot of Salt, Sugar, Coffee. Syrup, Riee, Crackers, tc, Ac, just received per steamer Union, and for sale low by Benton, Apl )4J W. B. REYNOLDS. Iron Jtlorlan OF good quality on hand, and of sizes suita ble for preparing Mineral Tests, Ac. HUDOIN, WELLS JOHNSON, Jan. 20, 1854 Cleveland, Tenn ISoiiutes and Hal. I HAVE just received a beautiful lot of Bon nets, both trimed und plain. Also a large lot of Summer lints of all kinds, which I will sell cheap for cash. Ap. 7.1 G. W. ROSS. Cash for Rags ! WA. NTED, 100,000 lbs. of clean Cotton and Linen Usirs for which Cash will be paid at the Athens Paper Mill. ROBERT T. G ETTYS A CO. Sept. 80, 1868 tf 262 RANKIN, PULLIAAI Si CO., lUrORTERS AND WAOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and American Dry Hood, READ Y-M A De" CLOTHING, 131 Meeting street, CHARLESTON, S. C. WM. D. RANKIN, I A. P. SMITH. a. w. pulliam, I n. m'd. m'elbath. r. m. craiomii.es, Feb. 25, 1858 tf 281 F. D. FANNING, WnoLESALK DEALER IN HA TS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS, No. 81 Hayne street, CHARLESTO.X, 8. C. June 11. 1852 tf 194 MILTON P. JARNAGIN. Attorney at Vaw and Solicitor in Chnacory, ATnENS, TENNESft. ATTENTION given to the collecting busi ness in all lower East Tennessee. June 8, '68 tf 246 Notice. ALL order for Agricultural Maohinery, made by Messrs. Wheeler, Meliek A Co., Alhanv. N. Y.. must hm tn m through my gouts in East Tennessee, Mr. 8. K. Reeder, Athena, and Mr. M. Nelson, Knox ville, who are authorised to furnish any of said machine at manufacturer's cash prices, add ing coat of transportation, P. D. GATES, Feb. 8, 1864 i tf 280 12 Broadway, N. Y. GrocerU; Ke,, TUST received, large lot of Groceries, suoh as Sugar, CofToe, Molasses, Svrup, ie., and for sale by Ap. 7. A. CLEAGE 4 CO. GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO, VIBECT m POSTERS DIALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Drj Goods No. S3 Hayne street, cu.ini.Esr oa; . c. N.B. Bolt ing Cloths always on hand. WM. B. OILLILAND, SIDNEY 8. nOWELU W. D. Of LLILANB. JAMES OILLILAND JAMES H. NICHOLS. Oct. 81. 1851 tf li ALLEN & DUNLAP, (Late Dunlap A Horn.) Grocery and Commission Merchants, MACON, GEORGIA. STRICT personal attention to orders and quick returns of sales of Produce. They will give special attention to con signments from East Tennessee. I. 1. ALLEN. - PCI.r. march 18.1853 ly 2 DR. J.4S. IIUCKNER, Dentist, IN returning his thanks fo. the very liberal patronage he has already received, would respectfully announce to all who may need the aid of a Dentist, that he is well prepared to execute all work in the various branches of hie profession. General satisfaction will be given, both in prices and style of work. Riceville. Tenn.. Dec. 80, 1868 tf 2 Good Medicines. STABLER'S Anodyne Cherry Expectorant, For Coughi, Cold; lironchitii, Croup, Ac. STABLER'S Diarrhea Cordial. fPHE valuable medicines above named, are J. not empiricul, but are prepared in agree ment with the experience of some of the most leaned nnd judicious practitioners, and are not secret, further than is necessary to pro tect the proprietors and those who use them from loss and imposition, ns the component parts hove been made known, confidentially, from time to time, to perhaps 600 PHYSICIANS 111 in Maryland. Virginia, District of Columbia, Ohio, and other places, all of whom, without a tingle exception, nave approved of the formu la, and most of them acknowledge that they are the bext 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 tecret and quek nos trums, induced us to aaopi mis canaiu course. We append a few of the notices we have re ceived from Physicians, viz: From Dr. Wm, H. Farrow, of Snow Hill, Md. "Gentlemen 1 have frequentlyin my prac tice prescribed yor 'Stabler's Anodyne Cher ry Expectorant and 'Diarrhoea Cordial,' with great satisfaction to myself, and to the entire relief of sifch 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, and of a standard quality, you have rendered them an eminent service, and I can do no less than earnestly recommend these preparations to practitioners, and esne cinlly in the oountry, where the impurity of conimerciDl Drugs is oneot t lie greatest obsta cles to the success of the Physician." From Geo. Gerry, M. D., of Somerset co., Md. "Gent lemen I have used many of the dif fcrent Cherry Expectorants, nnd l do assure you that yours far exceed 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 oonvince the most doubt ing, that these are really "Good Medicines;" after stating that they are acquainted with the composition of both the Expectorant and Cordinl, 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 ior reliable than any other proprietary medicines with which we are acquainted," &o. The above notices of reoommendation 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 "Cure-Alls" so much im posed upon the publio. See the descriptive Pamphlets, to be had gratis of all who have the medicines for sale, containing recommendations from Doctors Martin, Bnltzell, Addison, Payne, Handy, Love, dc. For sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and Country Store keepers generally, at the low firico of Ffty cents per bottle, or six bottles or 2,60. E. II. STABLER & CO., Wltoleeale Drugginl, Importers of English, French and German Drugs, Dealers in Paints, Oils, to. 120 Pratt street, Baltimore. And sold by WM. BURNS, Athens. W.R. HURLEY, Loudon. G. CANNON, Madisonville. Dec. 9, 1863 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 copy. 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 tan learn to cut and make Coats, Pnnts, Vests, Cloaks, Talmas. Ladies' Sack Mantillas, Dresses, and in short, any garment that is or will be worn by ladies or gentlemen, can be cut and made by Jones' Garment Cut ter. Any person can lenrn from the book and patterns in the short space of twenty-four hours so as to cut and make any garment they wish, aa well ns any tailor. Rights of States and counties for sale low for cash. Buy a county right and be industri ous, and I will ensure you to double your money. Agents wanted nil over the United States, with reference as to character and re sponsibility. The cutter ran be sent by mail to any office in the United State. Address Colonel P. Jones, post paid Mount Vernon, Monroe county, Tennessee. All orders must be accompanied with the cash. April 28, 1864 ly 202 ALEX. M CAM.IE. OXO. S. JONES. M'CAIJ IE & JOiKS, General Commission Merchants, Tiaeon, ia, I70R the sale of all kinds of TENNESSEE 1 PRODUCE. Reference . Messrs. Hooke A French, Chattanooga. C. Wallace, Pres't E. Tenn. A Ga. Railroad. Messrs. Johnson, Smith A Co., Loudon. Wm. K. Heiskell, Abingdon, Va. Dee. 2, 1863 ly 271 Fire Proof Safes. I HAVE on hand a general assortment of Duryee A Forsyth's Fire Proof Safes, ac knowledged by all. wherever they have been tested, the best article of the kind manufac tured in this or any other oountry. I sell at manufacturer's prices, freight added. Jan. 20. U. W.KUSH. SAfKfY FUSE, Blasting Powder, Octagon Cast Steel, Large Manilla Rope suitable for sinking shafts, ie., just received nnd for sale low, ny w, v. KEY MALI'S, April 11. H-nton- TO TUB COMPLETE CVBB Or Cough, Colds, Influenza, Asthma, Bronchitis Spitting of Mood, and all other Lung Complaints tending to CONSUMPTION. THIS preparation is getting into use all over our country. The numerous letters we receive from onr 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 rery belt Cough Medicine now before the public. It almost invariably re. Here and not un frequently cures the very worst cases. When all other Cough preparation 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 has 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'mrrfiWn. Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., says: "7 have been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively in my practice for three years past, and, it i with pleature I ttate my belief in IT SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTHER ARTICLES Xciih which I am acquainted, for which it i recommended." Messrs. Fitzgerald A Benners. writing from Wavnesville, N. C, say: "The Liverwort and" Tar it becoming daily more popular in ihit country, and wa think justly so. All who have tried it speak in commendable term of it, and lay it is oeneficial in alleviating the com plaint for which it i recommended. Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S. R. McFall, assures us "that he use 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 had been suffering with disease of the Lungs for years, attended with severe cough, who was relieveed by the Liverwort and Tar. Such are the good reports we hear of this Medicine from all parts of the South. For a report of the surprising cures it has perform ed in the Western and Northern and Eastern States, we would invite the suffering patient to rend the pamphlet which accompanies each bottle. To all, we say, have hope, have hops I TRY THE MEDICINE II BE WARNED IN SEASON lit And neglect not that cough which is daily weakening your constitution, irritating your throat and lungs, and inviting on that dread disease, consumption, when so soothing and Healing a remedy can be obtained as Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar. Beware of Counterfeit and Base Imitations I The genuine article is signed Andrew Rooers, on the engraved wrapper around each bottle. Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for 5. Sold wholesale and retail by SCOVIL 4 MEAD, 111 Chortres 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 t Co., Athens. Cowan A Hammond, Charleston. W. II. Craiomiles, Cleveland, Moss b McKamt, Benton. J. A. fc C. W.Coffin, Madisonville. And agents in every town in the State. Dec. 2. 1853 6m 271 Produce Depot in Atlanta! SEAGO, ABBOTT Si CO., (Successor to Ptgg bBomar,) ATLANTA, GA., Wart-tloui and Commission Jflcrthauts, AND GENERAL AGENTS 17 OR the purchase and sale of all kinds of Tennessee Produce, Merchandise, Groce ries, Ac. march 18, 1863 ly 234 MEDICAL NOTICE. JOHN L. ATLEE, M. D., HAVING located himself at Athens, Tenn., offers hie services to the public generally. ST He can be found at all times in hia office South of the Bridge, except when pro fessionally absent. Athens, May 6, 1863 tf 241 Safety Fast. 1. B. WILLIAMS, JNO. BREA, Q., Form'ly of Knoxville, T.) (Late of Blountville, T. J. E. WILLIAMS Si CO., (Successors to J. E. Williams,) Gtntral Commission n srthants, AND PARTICULARLY FOB THE SALE OF Cram, .Bacon, Lard, Feather and Tennessee Produce generally, Johnson's Fire-Proof Ware-House, Atlanta, Georgia. LETTERS of inquiry, in relation t the Markets, Ac, answered promptly. I am sincerely thankful to the cftizens of Tennessoe for the very liberal patronage here tofore received from them, 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 do 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, Wars-House and Commission Merchant, LaGbanoe, Troup countt. Ga., WILL attend to the sale of all kinds of PRODUCE, such as Corn, Oats, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Lime, to., consigned to him. Reference: The former proprietors, B. B Amoss and Jesse McLendon. march 10, 1854 tf 285 masting Powder, A A KEGS Blasting Powder in Store and tor sale at reduced prices. C. H. MILLS A CO., Dec. 28, '63274 Cleveland. Notice. respectful)) notify those who are in T V arrears with us on Inst year's accounts, that we must have money. Those who have not dosed their accounts by note will invaria bly be charged interest after the first of Jan uary, 1854 MoSPADDEN at IIORTON. July 14, 1854. iWtntion! t opper ,tliner$t C. II. MILLS & CO., Cleveland, Tenn., HAVE just received a large lot of heavy Manilla Rope, f.ir sinking shafts, which they will sell cheap. If you wish your orders promptly filled, address C. II. MILLS A CO., Dee. 28. '68274 Cleveland. t A (( A FEET Snfety Fuse for blasting lUUuli purposes, offered at greatly reduced prices, by C. H. MILLS A CO., Dec. 23, '53278 Cleveland. Western Produce! ; auuubta. UEO.. Janusrv. INKS. THE subscriber after tendering his thank to his numerous friends in Tennessee for their long and continued confidence in him ' a salesman of their surplus Produce, would inform them that he still give hi undivided attention to the Sale of Western Produce. ouch mm Bacon, Com, IMtrat, Feather, Lard, Ptcn, jjuuer, acc. Tl.. i .. .. L . I ... 1 .1 In Aim AuguntB iiinrnet ia one oi me the South for the sale of the above artioles, there alway existing a good demand for ex port and to supply home want. Those h has not transacted business for be would refer to his numerous customer in Esst Tennessee. wnose business he has been attending iowi the past c ighl year. T. W. FLEMING. .bin '7 lfl m mj o?