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ATER'S PILLS. FOB ALL THE PURPOSES OP A FAMILY PHYSIC. Til EBB hat long existed a public demand for an effective purgative pill which could be relied on ai sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This has been preprred to meet that demand, and an exten sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with ucs du conclusively anown wiin ompllslim the purpose designed, s physical pill, but not easy to II tiVhon which should have what success it arcoi It is ensv to make a make the best of all iiJ none of the objections, bnt all the advantages, of every other. This has born attempted here, and with what success we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every 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 as to more than counterbalance the good to be derived from them. Thise fill 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 nse in any quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their nse in the several diseases to which they are ap plicable ore given on the box. Among the com plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap petite, Lititlessiires, Irritability, Villous Headache, Jlilions Fever, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side and Loins ; fur, in truth, all these are but the con sequence of diseased action in tho liver. As an aperient, thpy afford prompt and sure rcliof in Cos tivencss. Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof ula and Scurvy, Colds with Borcncss of the body, Ulcers and impurity of tho blood ; in short, any and evcrv case where a purgative is required. They have also produced some singularly suc cessful cures in Khcumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel, Krysipclaa, Palpitation of the Heart, rains in the Hack, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely taken in tho spring of the year, to purify the blood mud prcparo the system for the change of seasons. An occasional dnxo stimulates the stomach and bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by tlicii stimulant action on the circulatory system, rcno Vate the strength of tho bodv, and restore ths wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism. Donee an occasional dose is advantageous, even though no serious derangement "lists ; but un necessary dosing should never be curried too far, as every purgative medicine reduces the strength, when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but tbev siifrirnt llipinaelvpa in the. reason of everv body; and it is confidently believed this pill will answer a better purposo thun any thing which has hitherto been availablo to mankind. When their virtues are once known, the public will no longer doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a uthartic medicine. PREPARED DV JAMES C. AYEB, Practical and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxes for $1. AYEIt'S CHERRY PECTORAL, Far the rapid Cure of (01 (.iis, (olds, iioarsexess, bronchitis, whooping-cough, croup, asthma, and consumption. This remedy has won for itself such notorioty from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease, that it is entirely unnecessary to recount Hie evi dences of its virtues in any community where it lias 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 !n persons publicly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the rungs by its nse. When once tried its superiority over every other modieine of its kind is too appar ent to escapo observation, and whero its virtues are known, the public no longer hesitato 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 of Coi.na, Coiroue, IIoahsknehs, Ac.) and for Ciiildiirn it is the plcaaantcst and safest medicine that can be obtained. - As it has long been In constant nse throughout this section, we noed not do more than assuro the people its quality is kept up to the best that it ever lias been, and that the genuine article is sold by (. W. nudS. ill Alliens; J. Oil lis N UTT. Philadelphia; niul by dealers in Medicines gonoially. march 17, '6-1 ly 186 CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, ( Formerly Griffin Haute,) CIIATTAXOOOa, TMNKSSEE. fl'MIM well knov n iJur.e , situated within n .1. few steps of I ti insai-nprer cur landing of the Western an. I Atlnnno ltnilroad, is now open under t he supervision of Tliomns Crutcli ticld, assisted hy Mr. J. W. F. llryson nnd Lndy. This limine, while under the control of Col. J. J. Oritlln, nerjuircd a very high reputa tion as a fist class llot.el. Tlio present pro prietor hiivini? secured the services of Col. ttriliin's Intr-keeper, nnd buying purchased his most oxcellent, cook and house hoy, nnd hav ing furnished the house entirely new, hopes to retain its lii"li reputation nnd merit public patronage. Passengers can lo accommodated with au oninilius to nnd from the limits, THOMAS CllUrCJIKlKLD, Fcli. 18, 68 ly 2I!0 Proprietor. T V I I, OK INU. Grubb &, Engledow ("OSTIN V li to carry on tho Tailoring Utisi J ness, at the old stand, and solicit tho work ef their friends and the public. All garments made in tho bust style and on tho shortest notice. Prices moderate. April 8. 'AS tf IVt Corn Shelter. A FirtST rate lot of Corn Shellers. Straw J V. ('utters, nnd Well Buckets, on hand and for snlo by O. 11. MILLS A CO., Deo. 23, 'S3 273 Cleveland. Mtaot and Shot. f 1W? Formers' Cheap Store can now lnuwt 1. of having a superior stock of Hoofs una Nioos, this day received, nnd fur sale low down ns is tho ease with everv tliiuir in our lino. June . C." V. A T. F. OlIISON. Merchants' Hotel, MMKOl) 1IUUM, nionurroR, - C 11 A 11 1. F. s VOX, SO. CA. fPUlS House is situated iu tho business part J. nf Urn city, nnd the proprietor respeofully invites persons visiting I luirlmnii to give him ft call. 1 lie TiiUo will always he sup plied with tho best the market tillii'ds. Hoard fl.no per uav. Nov. a. 1S53 1v 270 Wheat Wanted. flJIH highest market price will be given 1. for all the good Merchantable Wheat that may lc ottered. .liineHUl . K. UK DDKIt. Vol! re. Xjnivcl I3iiyi-i. To r" I'M IE undesigned will sell his Farm, lyinp; .L two miles pout li or Kitieaiinnn s rerrv, on the mail ronto from Decatur to Cleveland, containing live lliimtrrit mid KorenlT-flve terra, of which to hundred and seventy-five seres n ro under cultivation, willi good Dwelling House, Ilarn nnd other necessary riiiililiiifrs. .Also, six hundred bushels of Corn, ten young Mules, a Wagon and yoke of Oxen, nnd other stock. Any person wishing to nny sucu J' ami would do well to give mo n call, ns a J'.injriiH mh i A hi. Or, you can call on Ik K. Martin, at Cnlhoun, Temi., wbo will giveyov nny iuformatiou desired. 7. MAUTIV. Kinean non't Ferry, Meigs fount u, 7Vis, Sept. 20, 1884 St HI 4 Wheat I TF. wiidi to purehnse quantity of good ? f merchantable Wheat, for which we will psv tlio hifjliift market iriee. July'l. A. CLEAlE CO. FOR Till COMPLETE Cl'UE OF Coughi, Cvlds, Influenza, Afluma, Bronchili Spillwg uf Iil,)txl, and all other Lung CompUtints lending to CONSUMPTION. ' I MIIS preparation is getting into nse all L over our country. The numerous letters we receive from our various agents, informing us ol cures effected in their immediate neigh borhoods, warrant us in saving it is one uf the best, if not the veri hrnt Cough Medicine now before the public. : almost invariably re licLii ami not tinfrrijnetillt enrei the very nrl eaxe. When all other Cou;h preparations have lulled, tine lias relieved the patient, ai Druggists, dealers in Medicines, ami I'hysi ciaus can testify. Ask the Agent in your nearest town, what has been his experience of the effects of this medicine. If he lias been selling it for any length of time he will leu you 11 18 THE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT. Delow we give a few extracts from letters we have received lately regarding the virtues of this medicine. Dr. a a Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., says: "7 have betn using your Ltverteort and Jar terg extensively in my practice for three year past, and, it it with pleasure I state my belief in m SUPEItlOBlTT OVBR ALL OTHER ARTICLES Wltl WIIICU lata acquainted, for vhieh Hit recommended.' Messrs. Fitzgerald it Benncrs, writing from Wnvncsville. S. C. snv: "The Liverwort and Tar it becoming daily More popular in thit eonnlm, and wit think justly bo. All vho hare tried it speak in rmnmmdalil term) of itt and say U ts beneficial til alleiiiatmi the com' plaints for which it is recommended. Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. fl. R. McFull, assures us "that he use it nith great benefit in his own family, and rccom mciida it to his neighbors." He gives an in stance of a negro woman, in his vicinity, who had been suffering with diseaso of the Lungs for years, attended with severe cough, who wns rclieveed by the Liverwort nnd Tar. Such are the good reports we honr of this Medicine from nil parts ot the South. For report of the surprising cures it has perform ed in tlio Western nnd Northern nnd Eastern S'tntes, we would invite the suffering patient to rend tho pamphlet which accompanies each bottle. To nil, we say, have hope, have hopel l til mr; Ali'.uiuiArJ 1 1 BE WAfiXED IX SKA SOX III And neglect not thnt cough which is daily weakening your constitution, irritating your tliront and lungs, and inviting on thnt dread disease, consumption, when so soothing and Healing it remedy can be obtained ns Dr. Kogers Liverwort nnd lar. Beware of Counterfeits and Bast Imitations I The genuine article is signed Anprew Rooers, on the engraved wrapper around encii iiotiie. Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for 5, Sold wholesale aud retail by SCOVIL t MEAD, 1 1 1 Chart res st., bet. Cont i St.Louis,N 0. Solo Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders and applications for Agencies must be addressed. Sold by 1. H. Keith t Co., Alliens. Cowan it Hammond, Chnrlcston. W. II. Crakimii.es, Cleveland, 'i J Moss 4 MuKamy, Benton. J. A. t C. W.Cokrin, Mndisonvillc, And ngents in every town in the State. Dee. 2, 1853 8m 271 Attention! Copper Miners! c. n, MILLS & CO., Clf.vfi.anii, Tenn., HAVE just received a largo lot of heavy Manilla Hope, for Bulking shafts, which they will sell cheap. If you wish your orders promptly lined, address C. II. MILLS & CO., Dec. 23, 'fiS 274 Cleveland. Western Produce Augusta, Geo., January, 186 t. HPIIE subscriber after tendering his thanks .1 to his numerous friends in Tennessee for their long and continued confideneo in him ns a salesman of their surplus 1'rndiice, would inform t li cm thnt Le still gives his undivided attention to tho Sale of Western Troduce, Such ns Bacon, Corn, Mlieat, Feathers, Lard, Peas, Uutler, dc. The Augusta market is one of the best in the South for the sale of the above articles, there always existing a good demand for ex. port nnd to supply home wants. Those he has not transacted business for he would refer to his numerous customers in East Tctinossee, whose business he hns been attending to fo.' the past, fight years. T. W. FLEMING. Jan. 27, 1851 ly 279 M E D I C A L N O T ICE. JOHN L, ATLEE, M. D., "I TAV1NG located himselfat Afl tens, Tenn., X.- otlors ins services to the public generally. tT lie can be found at nil times in his ofheo South of tho Bridge, except when pro fcssionnlly absent. Athens. May 6, 1853 tf 241 TO THE PUBLIC. 'nitrcr rim he t'nrcil without tho mile nun without I'uiii. T 'MIH undersigned tenders his sorviocs to his friends and the public trenernllv. for the treatment of all kinds of lj leers. Tu mours, Cancer in all its different forms Sore eyes, Sorofuln, Female Complaints, Can cer ol tho Uterus, (Womb,) Fislula-in-Ano and Fistula in the Perinenm, (without the use of the knife,) Prolapsus uteri, (falling of the womo.j 1 lies, vnronio msenscs, to., o. Those alllicted with nny of the above (lis cases nnd wish a speedy cure, wouid do well to apply as soon as possible, especially those who nro alllicted with Cancer, as this most fearful disease, can soon be cured, unless some vital organ is involved. My medicine gives no pain when applied to the eaueered parts, 11. W. JANUARY. Murfreesboro', Tenn. Attention is invited to tho following stale, men Is: STATEMENT OF HON. CAVE JOHNSON. Mr. Tims. J, Adums, who signed the nbnve cert ificate, is a rcspeotnhlo citizen of Mont gomery county. Ho came to my honso to sco 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 tho left eye, aud was so large us to effect seriously his vision. Tlio base of tho tumor appeared to be Rooui inn sizo oi a quarter ot A dollar, and growing from the face in a conical form, nt least an inch. He then promised the Doctor to visit him at Murfreesborough, which ho did during the next week. After an absence, of about three weeks be returned. I ngnin examined the place, the protiirbancchnd been eunroiy uikcii on, umiigii not cured up. i have nuain examined it to dnv. it is entirely healed tip, and to all appearance is well. It was cured, as ho assured me, without pain. CAVE JOHNSON. Clarksvillo, Tern., Oct, 15, 1851. HEAD. We wliosc names aro here annexed do cer lify, that on Thursday, lath Juno, wo exa mined ft patient, Miss Kluabeth C. Demscv, who had been under the treatment of Dr. Ik W. January, of this citv. for cancer: and feel no hesitation In saying that the caucer ap pcored to be cntlre'ly well, and the wound healed up. The patient Pronounced herself cured, nnd tho samo day returned home, to Bedford county, nearShelbwillo. Given un der our hands this 8th of Julv, 1852. B. D. BARLOW, S. B. CHRISTY, W. J. LYTI.K, I). W, TAYLOR, i. W. HALL, M. G. RKKYKS, S. D. BALDWIN'. Murfreesboro' Tnn., Feby 24, 1804 ly ?88 KPlotitslm I FIoubIim t ON hand ft lot of Barb superior Ploughs, and t'vr title low by a .... ?i u tr Drrnrn Ai Si A Valuable Farm and Mills ror- Snlo. THE undersigned are desirous of selling their valuable property, situated two miles below Athens, on Eustanallee Creek. The farm consists of -IOCS Acres of Jjand, about 12') of which is in cultivation. There is upon the place an abundant supply of water from never-failing sprincs. The improve ments consist of oueMiil House, SO ly 70feet, it stories high, lately fitted tip as with new Wheels, Machinery, Ac; two good two story Houses with dining rooms nnd kitchens attached; and four one story frame JtUlIOIIIgS. Alio, A (.ond Saw it ill, with Kilgore's Improved Iron Wheels; a good new n oi k Niop, with nn improved v heel, suitable for a lurninir Lathe, or other ma. ehinery. To any one desirous of locating himself in a healthy section of East Tennes see, this property offers many inducements. Thumb: A portion of the purchase money at the tune of sale and I lie balance in one, two and three Years, with interest. ' J NO. B. SHU'MANACO. Sept. 1, 1854 tf 810 M. R. MAY, M. D., SURGEON A AT) PHYSICIAN, ATHENS, TENN., I) ESrECTFL'LLY tenders his professional L services to the public. Jan. 14. 1 22 IjMNE Chewing Tobacco, nnd No. 1 Cigars, just receved by A. CLEAGE & CO. April 7,1854. XV . C. LiIIjIiAlt I, WITH 1MMOWKLL As CO., .11. L. IMl'ORTKIM OF S 1 1. K S A N 1) F A N C Y (1 OO D S, Ko. 147 Market st. and 21 North 4th St., Philadelphia. may 1 9, 1 854 ft 205 UL LOWRV, JR., A T T O R N li Y AT LA W, Athens, Tennksskk. OrKirnin the Cilice of the Chancery Court Clerk, over the ofliee of the "Athens Post." Api il 22, '52 tf 2311 leutyhTtel, LOUDON, TENN. GEO. W. MAYO TlfOULD announce to the publio that he y T has removed from the "Athens Hotel" nnd taken charge of the above House, where he will be happy to wait on nil who may fuvor the establiohment with their company. Feb. 17. 1854 tf 282 ATHENS HOTEL, ATHENS, TENN. W. P. II. MMJEHMOTT HAYING taken charge of the nbovc Hotel, respectfully solicits a share of the pnt ronnge of the public. His tablo will be fur nished with the best the country affords. Feb. 10, 1854 tf 281 C I T Y H 0 T E L, South side Public Square, MCItFHEESBOROUGH, TENN. JOHN W. TII03IAS, Proprietor. HIS House has recently bceen opened, nnd the proprietor hopes by n well furnished table, moderate charges, good accommoda tions and attention to business, to merit a liberal share of public patronage. march 8, 1854 ly 284 HARDWARE. COUlt'iWHY, TRlVNKiXTsV CO., PIltECT IMPORTKRS OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, l'lstols, Ac, No. 85 Haynr rtkket, CHAR L E S 'P O N, S. C. WILLIAM 0. COL'RTXKV, C1T.1IKRT B TKNNANT. JAMES B. EVANS. June 17, '53 tf - 247 GEO. VT. DRIDG23 S ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. 1 PRACTICES in the different counties com nosinir the Third Judicial Circuit will attend to the collecting and securing of claims and will give his undivided ntteulion to all biisinesseutrusted to his cure. March 2. 1849 tf 23 mTjames b. taylorT A TJIKXS, TKKKKSSKK. "XTILL hereafter give his whole attention to the Practice of Medicine. June 8, 1853 tf 24 Agricultural Implements, HAVING reecivod nn Agency from the Nashville Agricultural Manufacturing Company, for tho snlo of their superior Anrt- cultural Implements, we would invite the at tention of Farmers to our present stock of ll aaont, six norsc nnn two horse, iron nnd wood axels; Ciln nnd Railroad Carts: Wheel- barroirs; Canal Barrows; Pious; Cultivators, Ac, do. The attention of Farmers is particularly so licited to our stock of largo "Sub-soil" Plows. A friend writing tons some days ago, snvs : "1 cannot conclude without mention of your superior i emro-oraii. rmi)-soil 1 low. 1 linve no doubt it is the best Plow forauch nurnoscs in America, nnu uusi meu i.o una more riHtty sale, and to nocomplii.li better scrvieo to the planting interests in the Suttli, than any oth er Agricultural Implement in use." We ex pect to keep n good stock of Agricultural Im plements constantly on hand, and to sell nt the lowest prices. June SO, '64. KliYES & HENDERSON. 1 HA A yKKTof Safety Fuse for sale at 1UUU rmmcli 81.1 L. HUDSON'S. Valuable Farm fcr Sale, T WILL sell to tho hiu'hcst bidder, on Satur X day, the 21st day of October next, on tho premises, near the iellico Iron Works, in Monroe county, Tenn., Three Hundred and Jirniti Arret of Land, being the South-west, North-west nnd Norlh-enst ounrters of tho Section of School Land in township three. range thice, East of iho meridian. Jliwassee district; ami being the snmc heretofore bought oy aiainc. vaugnn. incro is nliout the sum of J l,2(io still due on snid Land, which the purchaser can pay in installments on the terms of sale of School Land; the residue will bo required to be puid in hand ii Ji. (JUII I ITII. Sept. 15, 1834 6t 812 Furniture ! Furniture ! WK have just received a lot of Household ti furniture, of the latest styles, consisting oi i nc nn lowing articles, vk: liedsteads, Jiu rcaus. Centre Tallies, Side Tables, Work Ta bles, Writing Tables and Dinins Tables: also. Sofas; Plush, Hair-cloth and Cnne Kent Hock ing Chairs, and one set of Parlor Chairs. The public, mid the ladies particularly, nrerenuest- cd te call and cxamino our Furniture. Any person wishing nrticlcs of this kind, can now get them nt grcntlv reduced prices. Inn. a l.'L'VL-a J. Iinrnrnnrtw v..v a AblM . J I ilii, lF.lLoUxi . 7. & A. J. DODSON, i w tendering their thanks to tho people for the very liberal patronmre thev have here- tofore given them, woi Id respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. Those who are in the habit of dealinr? else where we would solicit to cive us a call, and examine our stock of Fall and Winter Good, hieh we think is unsurpassed for stvlc nnd durability by nty consisting of a variety of Ladies nnd Gentlemen's Dress Goods. In fact nearly every tliiuir the wants of the country demand. - W' Wheat, Hacon, Lard, Feathers, Ac, taken in exchange for Goods. W. A. A. .1. DODSON. Hiccville, T.-nn., Oct. 14, tf Jf.4 Ha l.,.l'.l.".WfJl ll a T'O THE PUBLIC RADWAY A- CO., the X Inventors, Manufacturers aud Proprietors of the justly celebrated It. 11. II. Kcmedies, were first to discover a Remedy possessing the Marvelous power of stopping the most Excruciating Pains in nn instant, allaying the worst Cramps nnd Spasms, either internal or external, in a few minutes, mid soothing the most severe Paroxysms of Rheumatism, eu ralgia, m.d Tic Doloreux, as soon it applied The It. It. R. Remedies consist of three Heme. dies, each possessing quick and wonderful powers over certain coinpliiiuts and diseases, 1 :n . . , 1 aim win insiniiiiv RELIEVE the Human Svstem from Tain. REGULATE each Organ to a Healthy Action, RI'OLE away all Diseased Deposits. RENOVATE the body from Corrupt Humors. Itl.liL 1L1) weak broken down Constitutions. RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all . unsound mid worn out parts. R. R. R. No. l.-RADWAY'S READY RELIEF', Forth Acute L'ompaints,Iutcrual and External me moment it is appllied externally, or taken into tne system, it will stop the most ex cruciating pain ami quickly remove its cause. Rheumatism Mr. Granirer, a mason well known in lirooklyn, was a cripple for nine years, icnawav's fleadv Jteliel relieved him from pnin in fifteen minutes, enabled him to valk two miles without the aid of slick or crutch in three days uud cured him entirely in one ween. Thousands of other cases equally as won derful as the above, have been cured by R. It, Relief. J Cholera Morbus. Railway's Ready Relief .:n .1 tr r.. . . n . r ; ne n in i viiu o me Buiiumr iroiiinii pain in ill tccn to twenty minutes. It will cure the most desperate eases in a few hours. Nenralaia. Tho moment R. R. Relief is nn plied it allays the most painful paroxysms. n win niwavs cure. Oic Headache. It will relieve the most distressing pains iu fifteen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks. Anne. In ten minutes n ten spoonful of R R. Relief will stop the Chills and break the Fever. Aches of nil kinds, pains of nil kinds, Brnis- es, uiirns, benlds, btraiiis, Sprains. Still Joints, Lameness oneapplieation of R. R. Relief will in a low moments entirely cton the pain. It reduces swelling, heals sores, cuts and wounds, removes bruises, nllnvs the most, vi olent irritations. lor nil pains use R. R, Relief. Look for the signature of Rndwny ix- vo, on eacn oouie. R. R. R. No. 2. RADWAY S RENOVATING RESOLVENT. For tho cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, and the various diseases ol the Limes. It renovates the system completely, resolv ing away from the Solids all impure nnd Dis eased Deposites, freeing the Wood and Fluids of Lifa from nil corrupt humors, restoring energy, iienim ana strength to every Organ of the body. R. R. R. No. 3. RADWAY'S REGULATORS. Regulate to a healthy action all IhcOrcnns and Secretions of the Body; a preventive nnd curative of Costiveness, Dropsy, Billiousness. Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Jnllmnizn, Liver Com plaint, Stupor, Common Colds. Tho Regu lators will also be found of the greatest value iu treating cases of Fever, Measles, nnd Rash es, ond for Female (.'vmplainl, Irregularity, oiiio jiiiicume., Hysteria ond .Melancholy, R. R. Regulators arc entirely Vegetable Perfectly tasteless, good at times, never sick, en, never gripe. Doses. One to three regulates. Four to six purprcs. One Regulator nt. night, on going to bed, will insure sound sleep, a irood nk-lit's vest. and a healthy and pleasant discharge from tho bowels in the morning. Radwov's Rejrulntoin. Rendv Relief, ond Renovating Resolvent aro sold by Druggists evcrjnucie. 11A1MVAV & W., 1C2 Fulton street, N. Y. N. B. R. R. Regulators nre of light color. Sold by A. McKki.mx, Athens. . HutiuiN, Wells A Johnson-, Cleveland. Dr. W. L. White, Loudon. W. A A. RirauitLL, Campbell's Station. ' Starr att A Wahe, Red Clny, Ga. G. L. GiLiEsriu A Co., Kingston. Strong A Stevenson, ICnoxvillc. And Druggists and Merchants everywhere. Dec. 2, 1858 ly 271 J. K. WILLIAMS, jxo. TtHKA, Q., Form'ly of Knoxville, T. ) (Late of Blounlville, T. J. E. WILLIAMS & CO., (Successors to J. E. Willioms,) General Commission Merchant, ANI PAnTtorLARLY FOR THE SA1.K OF Grain, Bacon, Lard, Feathers and Tennessee J 'rod are generally, Johnson's Fire-Proof Wn're-IIouse, Atlanta, Ceoreln. IETTERS of inquiry, in relation to the J Markets, Ac., answered promptly. ' I am sincerely thankful to the citizens of Tennessee for tho very liberal patronage here tofore received from them, nnd respectfully solicit a continuance of the sumc to the new firm, feeling satisfied that, possessing the ad vantages we now do, we will be nblo to do fully ns well for them aj can be done in this market. We will both give our personal at tention to the business. JAMES E. WILLIAMS, march 17, 18.14 tf 286 Farmers Groceries. "WE nre receiving lnri;e supidios of Coffee, It Sugar, Sack Salt, Noils, Ac, nnd it will bo to your interest to call at our corner nnd buy form ns. C. F. A T. F. GIBSON. April 7th, ISM. Ococe Male and Female Seminary, Georgetown, Tenn. f I'MIEoloventli session of this Institution will JL commence Monday, ioth Fibruary. TERMS, per Session of Five Months: Orthography, Rending. Writing, Ac, $6 00 Mental Arithmetic, Modern Geography, nml History, . 8 CO Written Arithmetic, English Grammar, Natural, Moral nnd Slent.nl Sciences, Ilighei BrnnchcsofMulhomnlies, and Language, jo 00 Civil Engineering, Surveying and Draw ing, 13 no Cont igcnt wo, payable invariably in advance 60 Tuition will bo charged from the date of entrance to the close of the Session, ond no deduct ion made except in cases of sickness. The (n ice of board ranges from 1 tol 60 per- wcek, washing, Ac, included. Young men wishingto board themselves will occupy the rooms belonging to the Institution. Bill of Merit, Ao., will be forwarded at tho request vt uiu iiaruiii, or Kunroian, H. B. HEY WOOD. Prineinal. Feb. S 1851 tf SK0 oiiuly Court of iTlr.TU.m ro., Trim. Oi-roiiKii Sisiojt, 18.14. Clinrles W. liice and Henry Rice, Adminis trators.amlThomas A. Owen, and wife Noncv, Jesse Rice, John Riee, Lithe Riee, Henry Rice, (liarlcs Rico, by his Guardian, Jesse Kiee, and Isnao R, Rice, hcirs-at-law of tioiiu Kico, dee u, William J. Riee, George O. Gardner and wife tnruli Gardner. Petition to Sell Lands and Kerfroes. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court X from the petition, that tho said William J. Rico and Gcoriro G. Gnrdnm. ami if K...I. iiiiruner, are uon-residenia of iha Kii,.r lennessec, it is ordered by the Court that publication bo made in tho Athens Post, a newspaper published in tho town of Athens, McMinn count v. Tennessee. f,,i.f,,iiri,..,;.. wscks, notifying (he said respondents to op pear at tho next term of suid County Court, to beholden for tho county or McMinn, in the Slate of Tennessee, at tl.e Poiirt-linn.. I.. Athens, on the 1st Monday of Noveiimer next. ana men nun mure plend, answer or demur to said petition, or the same will be taken as confessed and the cause fet for hcorintr ex parte. THOMAS. VAIH.HAN, Clefk. Oct. 0, 1881 4t prs fl0 fj r.1.1 m I f hancerj Sale of Valuable Land. Martha M. Martin, John W. Smith, Mark Roberts and wife Emily, adult liens ol yau Smith, dee'd, bv the"ir Attorney-in-fact, Mury M. Curr, aiid Janus C, Laura and Tcxunua Smith, minor heirs of the said Nat. Smith, dee'd, by their Guardian, Mary M. Corr Ex parte. 13l'RSL'A.T to a decree of the Chancery Court at Athens, in this cause, at the August term, 1854, 1. William I.owry, Clerk and Master of said Chancery Court, will sell on tho premises, on the 23d day of October next, to the In-Iiest bidder, on a creuii oi bix nnd twelve months, except the sum of tentier cent, which will be required in advance, the following described tracts ol Land in JlcJiinn county, within four miles of Athens, to wit: 140 acres of Land, hint: in the South-west quarter of section 8, township 4, range 1, West of the busis line, Hiwussee District. Also, (id acres, adjoining the tract nforesuid, and sold to Stephen Smith by Don'l Newman, it beinc known ns the Steidicn Smith tract. Bond and security will be required of the purchaser for all the balance of the purchase money, and a Jien retained on me innu uniu ail is paid. W.M. LOWRY, C. & M. Sept. 8, 1854 7t Prs fee 7.60 HI 1 Kufetv Fue, 1 A AAA FEET Safety Fuse for blasting 1 JIJJ purposes, oltered at greatly reduced prices, by C. II. MILLS A CO., Dec. 23, '63278 Cleveland. A. D. KKYKS. i. M. IIKMIKI1HON. KEYES & ITEXDERSOX, C O M M IS SI O N M E R C 11 A A T S AMI DEALERS IX PRODUCE, AC, .llhtna, 7'tnn. JuncO, 1854 tf 203 Wholesale Druggists, Haviland, Iiarral k Risley, No. 8 (l Mai 1 e n I. n n e, N E W Y O R K. ). C. HAVILAND, II. W. BIRI.KV JAMLS llAliRAL, WM. K. K1TUUKN. Haviland, Harral & Co., No. 2 5 IT a v n e Street, CHAR I. E S T O N, S. C. 1IAVILANP. IIAI1RAL t RISl.FV, W. STEVENSON, It. 1,. II A II HAL, W. K. KITCHEN, Haviland, Rislcy & Co., No. 2 7 4 Broad Street, (Xear the Globe Hotel,) A I! O U S T A, U A. HAVILAND, 11AIII1AL A RISLI'.V, T. W. riIK.il KSTER, W. K. KIT1TIIKN. Feb. 17, 1854 ly 282 RANKIN, PULLIA 31 & CO., IMPORTERS AND WAOI.ESAI.K I)KA LF.r.S t Foreign and American Dry Good, AND READY-MADE CLOTHING, 131 Meeting street, CHARLESTON, S. C. WM. D. RANKIN, I A. P. SMITH. n. W. 1'1'LLIAM, I II. M 11. M ELRATII. P. M. CRAU1MILER, Feb. 25. 1853 tf 2S1 BEIiL IJCOUS 33, Corner uf Slain ami Stiite streets, KiioxviMi 'linn. rBHIK subscriber Iinvinir coutiiKti il his litrcp and com fl inrtiliuiifi bouse, bc'H knvc to ak of bis friendH, nml the public eenrrally, a nlmre of nubliu imtroiuiiru. The lioiiHf Ih entirely new; lite iouiiib lai jjo uud well venlil latcd, und no expense bus het n npurtd iu funiibini; il In n style and manner to give comfort nnd fntifnctiun to tboxe wbo gtjourn in ft. The conlitfiifty of Ibid lUmse to the Cnurt-bou.sc, and buHiiK Pt portion of the city, an well ns to tbcStcaiiiboiit banding, nnd Kailroad )epotn (wlncli win Bhortiy ie rnmpieteil,) makes it a Uetnrahle tiippin(r place for tbe Mi reliant visitinr tbe city on buni nenn, or the traveler seekliiff pleasure. The fubserilK-r's lontf experience as proprietor of a public house, added to a determination to do nil bo can to render bin cus tomers comfortable and HHtMled, warrants liiiu iu the belicT he can do no, and to that end Invites a trial. Aug. 11, lM lim JAMKS HKbL, J'roprirtvr. JOHN R. WALLACE & BROTHERS, 1 WIIOLKSil.K .Oil! RKTUI. UK U. Kill IN llar1 ore, ltot, Shiii'i, irororii-N, uiiinii ron iirn ix iauoii Mcii, mill Solely (use, Corner of Wlilteliull and Alubninn streets, A I I AM A, ; 1. rr N. H. I'iirliculnr nlti nllun In pntd to Hie New Orlenn market frutu wlilcti we arc cotiNtuntly receiving milipiic!. S. a. W AI.HCR. C. H. WALLACB. 1. W. TAI.f.ACI. Aug. !-, Wt ly Dot) MILTON P. JARNAGIN, Attorney at Law and Solicitor la Chnaccry, Athens, I enness. ATTENTION Riven to the collecting bnsi ness in all lower East Tennessee. June 3, '53 tf 245 McEwen & Gillespie HAVE received nnd opened n lurce stn fVITi:it GOODS! tock to which tliey vcsnectfully invite the atton. lion of their friends and customers. November 1, 185:; tf Snunrl Siifnr! "mtTE tnl plenmire In lnrrni(iiK nur enstnmen Hint VT wc nave ju.-i reri'ivui h auner or irnuln of New Oiieiui.1 bnirjir; uIko IVtilietl Sniir. Also, n very f"iei inr llhie Slone; 1fTc tiext Iliilifro, anil mniiy oilier lnii;, wlileli you can oblnui liv culliuir ul .1... L'..r...i...u t "I Ut..... V... .lit: .......via CWIVj U v. r. A T. F. fllllSON. SOOAHT'8 IIOT33Ij. About Isll uteis Soi ti uf the JleMil,) v ii i. n i: 1. 1 i a, t i: . iv., "S mill open tor the entertainment of Traveler. P..e. ton tiuvilliiK on the V im. Ktiomlnir i.l i.r .tnn: iMKiiiiK. ..n,i.iiiiff inriH'oiiiny nlleiitieii to. Jlita. umm carried to amlnm the l,lu,t witlmut charar. Those who have patronlaeil n iliirinir the lnt four or Bvc yearn have our thank', and we iolic.lt and Iioijh to merit a continuaiire uf patronage. AUKU91 1, 1 1,1 II gnfl WILLIAM II. COOPER, U'ore fousr? and Comminnion Merchant, I.aOrancr, Troi p coi ntv. Oa., 7I1.I, attend tothe sale of all kimlsof " J R IWl. Ch. biic i ns ( Wn. ( lata l'l our llncon, Lard, Lime. iX-c.. eonsiirncd to him. Reference: The former proprietors, IJ. B A moss and Jeose McI.cihIoii march 10, 1854 tf 285 JbM lCori'irril, Hftft lllucd.one; 330 lb.. Rice; lOlTegi -9t Nails and for uk l.y Auif. .' o. w. no.s. Xjnucl for Halo. 1UUSl,TANT to nn interlocutory decree' nml order of tho Circuit. Court of JIeii?s county, lennessee. nt the Sentomhor tan 1S5I, of snid Court. 1 will iirocued In the premises nml offer for snlc. at Dublin out. cry, on Saturday, the lBth day of November proximo, tho following JceciibcJ tract or parcel of Land, to wit: One Hundred and I'lfl v-llirrc Acres. mors or less, situote, lyinir and beinir in the county and State nforemiij, beinrf a part of the second jcetion, third fractional townrhip. Went of the meridian. Hiwasaeo llistrict. I.i (,.iiiiiiijj ot me ixoiin-cRHi corner oi llieAortli enut (iinrtcr of said section, nnd being ths Lnnd belonging to the estate of Samuel Me Ailoo, dee'd, on which he resided previous to his death. The snid Land will be nold for the purposo of etlecting a distribution amongst the h-irs of Samuel McAdoo, deceaned. Terms: Olio fourth to be tho balance on otio and two yenrs credit, by cquol instalments, bearing interest from date nnd a lien retoine.l, with note nnd approved security. W. L. Mi KINLKY, Clerk Oct. 0, 1851 Ct prs fee (15 815 Wr.oM.n-n; ,,,,!! Ji linvo just received a new supply oUaroe turning J'lou,, f,(,m tho Agricultural Miinufaotory, nt Nnahvillc, which we willacll chenp. KEYKS it UENUIOKSO.N. Sept. 23. OUJfcUlL l'I.0Ws"Z,v71i7-7a good si.pl l-J i'y ol the Centra-draft Sul,..,l vJ. which wo will sell one third cheaper than they have evsr been offered before i'Vt. ...ii. V1'V' ' GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO, DIRECT IMfX'BTEr.S DKAI.EBS 1M Foreign and Doaicstic Drj Goods No. S3 Ilayne street, cir.inLFsro.v, . c. X. JJ. Bolting Cloths always on hand WM. 11. OILLII.ANO, MONET 8. 1IOWKLU W. I. OILULANP. JAUESII. NICHOLS. Oct. 81. 1S51 tf JAMLS OIIXILAND If. 2 ALL UN & DUNLAP, (Late l)iinln .1- Horn,) Rrnrprv and Couimlsvion Merchants, unrnx. UEOlldlA. STRICT personal attention to orders nnd nuick returns of sales of Produce. ill five sfecial attention to con signments from East Tennessee. , , ,., g. g. PI'NLAP. ' march 18,1 85S ly 234 UK. J AS lUTCKNKIt, Dentist. IN returning his thnnks tor the Terv liberal pntronnge he has ulready received, would respectfully announce to nil who may need 1.A ;.! t.t llntit Itifit he ia well lireimred to execute nil work in the various branches of his profession. General satisfaction will be given, both in prices nnd style of work. Iliceville, Tenn., Dec. SO, Iff,? tf 2 TM c d i c i n o s. STAIiL Klt'S Anodjnc I'kerry Expectorant, Lor Cough', Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, ike. STAIJLEU'S Diarrhea Cordial. 'Pill', valuable medicines above named, nre 1 not empirical, but ore prepared in ntrree meiit with the experience of smne of the most learned and judicious practitioners, and nre not secret, further than is necessary to pro tect the proprietors and those who use them from loss nnd imposition, ns the component parts have lieen miiile known, coiijidcntuuly, from time to time, to perhaps 500 PHYSICIANS I ! I in Maryland, Virginia, Jjistrict of Columbia, Ohio, and other places, all of vhom, without a single crcptioii, liave approved of the formu la, nnd most of them acknowledge that they are the best remedies thnt they have ever known for the cure of the diseases for which thev nre recommended. Our confideneo in the excellence of these medicines, ndded to our desire to avoid the just prejudice of the medienl profession ngninst secret and " nos trums, induced us to adopt this candid course. We append n few of the notices we have re ceived from Physicians, viz: From Dr. II wi. J I. Farrow, of Snow Hill, Md. "Hentlemen I have frequently in my prac tice prescribed your 'St alder's Anodvne Cher ry Expectorant' nnd 'iJiiirrlucn Cordial,' with groat satisfaction to myself, and to the entir relief of such diseases ns they profess to cure. I consider them happy combinations of some of our most valuable and safe tlicraputicnl ngents, and must be of infinite worth to the nlllicted and mankind nt large. In furnishing the medical profession with these active nnd concentrated preparations, so convenient for administration, and of a standard quality, you have rendered them nil eminent service, and I enn do no less than earnestly 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 success of tho Physician." From Geo, Gerry, M. D., of Somerset eo., Md. "Uentlemen 1 have used many of the dif fcrent Cherry Expectorants, nnd I do assure you thnt yours far exceeds any 1 have ever tried.' We have been favored with n written certifi cate, cheerfully given by numerous Medical gentleman, in Siiirylnnd, Virginia and Ohio, which alone should convince the most doubt ing, that these arc really "Good Medicines;" after stating that they uro acquainted with the composition of both the Expectorant and Cordial, uud that they have administered them to their patients, they testify "thnt they nr remedies of great value, safe, efficient and well worthy of tho pntronnge of the Profession nnd the Public, that they aro wiors reliable than any other proprietary medicines with which wc are acquainted," Ac, The above notices of recommendation from members of tho Sledieal Faculty, should be sufficient to satisfy nil, that these medicines nre worthy of trial by tho nlllicted, and that they are of a different stamp nnd class from the "Quackery" nnd "Cure-Alls" so uitich im posed upon the public. Seo the descriptive Painphlets,.to be had gratis of nil who have the medicines for sale, containing recommendations from Doctors Martin, UalUcll, Addison, Payne, Handy, Love, ie. y For sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and Country Store keepers generally, at the low price ol j-itjr cents per tiottlc, or six bottles for J2.50. E. II. STA1SLEI! t CO., Wholesale Druqgisls, Importers of English, French and Vlcrinan Drugs, Dealers in Pniuts, Oils, to. 120 Pratt street, Baltimore. And sold by WM. HUKNS, Athens. W. It. IIL'KLEY, Loudon. G. CANNON, Madisonvillo. Dec. 9, 1853 ly 272 Cheap and Good. TONES' Garment Cutter tho best now In f I use, is offered for sale nt the very low rnto of two dollars per copy. The cutter is n pat tern system of cutting, with all sizes on the some pnttern. A book of directions accom panies every set of patterns and with them nny person can learn to cut ond make Coals, Pants, Vests, Cloaks, Tnlmns. Ladies' Suck Mantillas, Dresses, and in short, any garment that is or will be worn bv ladies or .'enlleinen. can be cut and made by Jones' (iariiiciit Cut ter. Any person can learn from t he book and patterns in the short spnee. of twenty-four hours so as to cut and make nny garment they wish, nn wen nsnnymuor. ItiL'hts of States and counties for snln low for cash, lluv a county right and be industri ous, nnd I will ensuro you to double your money. Agents wntitect all overtho United Slntcs, with reference ns to diameter and ro- sponmbility. The cutter eon be sent by mail to nny oflico in the United States. Address Colonel P. Jonea, post paid Mount "criion, Monroe county, Tennessee. All orders must, 1)h accompanied with the cash. April is, J8A4 ly 292 ALKX. mVaI.I.IK. (IPO. . iMiM. General Commission Merchants, mm ' w'lucon, ug, 17011 the snle of all kinds of TENNESSEE 1 PItODUCK. Reference: Messrs. Hooke Ji French, Chattanooga. V. Wallace, IWt E. Tenn. A Gn. lUilroad. Messrs. Johnson, Smith & Co., Loudon. Win. 1C. lleiskcll, Abingdon, Va. Dec. 2, 185a ly 271 TTit . Fire Proof Safes. T HAVE on hand n general assortment of .1. Duryco t Forsyth's Fire Proof Safes, ao knowkilged by all, wherever they have been tested, the best article of tho kind mannfao. turod in this orany other country, I ell at manufacturer's prices, freight added. J""-). G. W.ROSS. masting I'owdrr, A C FKfifi liUMn-' I'nwd. r in Slora nnd lv for sulo at reduced prices. (',11 VHTi; t rn Good n. L. II AR LAND, (Late Andtrton b Harland,) BOOTS, SHOES, AND Strait Goods. Ko. 120 Market Stbkkt, below FoURTn, I'Ulladelphia, l'a. march 17. 1S54 tf 29 KItTll MISSION Odd Fellows Female College, iio.i:M ii.li:, TEV. TriiNlee. HAWKINS I.OIKIK, NO. 41, I. O. 0. P. Inolriirlor. Rev. ANSON W. CI MMI.Ntif, D. I)., Principal. Uli-n MTV ?. IH tiUMj", li C. K. CTAIIK, Mis K. It. MIAW, (Two l.lm'n to lie supplied.) IW. HtNKV Music. tCHH I.NCi, Instrumental lud VvcU , Aftfrlelnnt. llr. J. H. Ct'l.l.KN. Prof. Voenl Milic. Mils M. F. MITCIIr'l.l., IVl.iimni.ii.. Mra.HlPUIA fcUIWlMi," ficnlle Work, Embroidery, Ac, tc. . . , , Matron. ritHIS Institution will be opi nid for Die reception f J pupils on Weillienily, the Bill of rVptemtwr, j64. raviiii-lit lor llimrd unit Tuition ihu.t be made ball yeiiriy in advance to tlic Trtanurer of the College, t'liarirm. Ttonnlinir for Collepiale year of ten tnoutlif, including fuel, limits, ruonia ami loUuing, l,ftO ir week. Vt aL' iuK :I7 eeiitu per d.'Een. Instruction In Primary Ctnsa $10 On " Preparatory " IS UO " Minor " li W tinphnmore " S Wr Junior u K W (i. nh.r " BR (f " Music nnd uie of Instrument 40 la? Ix'sfons in Freneh, lttin, Prawinr, I'aintiiiir. e..1o no Ku'li liiil, wlietber hoarillug in Hie lliatiluliou or not will he tluirptd one dollar entrance fee. No extra eh:trpes. Circulars of Die ivlmol, in pamphlet form, furnialieil hy mail on application to the undersigned. Those who may have it in contemplation to pAlroniui the Sh IiooI are respectfully requested, In all cases, to ad vise the pV'cretury hy mail or otherwise at their earliest convenience AugA 'o-NlmJ K. J. AM'UN, .Vc'y. University "of Nashville. fBHIIS I iiHlil ut ion was fouiMleil by the State of North fl Carolina in . as liavldson Acadeioy. It becamv Cimihi-rlaiid College iu lsiKiand University of NaaliviU iu lvJti. Tl6 I.ilcrnry Iop"rfiurnt, Will he re-opened moler a new lircauitalion, and wltn newlluil.lii .rs on the First Wc lmnhiyof October next. llev. fjw.lfH U' uxwitnTU, 11.11., Professor of Ktliics and Utiles Letter, nnd Chairman of the Faculty. llev. .1. V. McCi LUiicu, 1). 1)., Professor of Ancient LaniraaKcs. Ai.ixm-eb P. Ptkwjht, A.M., Professor of Mathemat ics and Natural Philosophy. lt. v. J. II. I im'si.kv, JI. I)., Professor of Chemistry and the Natural Seieliees. Tuition tie per ionium Matriculation fee 5. Tlio I.niv llcparliiioul, Will also be opened on the llrst Wednesday of Octobw next. Fll.iscislt. rimo, Esq., ) V IU.IAM F. Cotll'l ckjI'i.ii, Ksq., VProfcssors. , Kaq., ) Fees for Lectures 100 jier annum. 'I'lie ?Icdicnl Di piirlmrnt, Closed its first Session with Vil Ktudents and 8S Gradu ates; its second with 12 Students anu ou urauuaics, maa its third witli'.'ilSludeiits and 71 (iraduatea. The Fourth Annual Course of Lectures will commcne on Monday, the until of Uctuber next, and conlluu till the nrstol the ensuing -Marcn. ItotiKHT.M. Poiitkii, M. v., rroieaaor oi vicnerai anu Fpeelal Anatomy. J. IIkkiiikn LiMsLtv, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and llean of the Faculty. C. K. Winston. M. I)., Professor of Materia Wcillca and Medical Jurisprudenee. A. II. IIitiianan, M. L., professor or eurgicai ana Patlioloi;cal Anatomy. Thomas K. .iknninus, m. ii., l-roiessoroi iniuiuiea oi Medicine and Clinical Medifine. . K. IIowunu, M. v.. Professor of Tbeory ana Prac tice of Medicine. Joii.n M. Watson, M. P., Professor of Obstetrics and the lllseases of Women and Children. Pai l F. K k, M. II., Prulessorof 1'rlncliilef ana i'rao- tlee of Surgery. vwi.liam I . iiKtnna, ni. ii., ocmonstrtitnroi Anatomy. The Analomicu) rooms will be opened for studenta od the first Monday or October. A full Preliminary course of Lectures, free to all Sta dents, will be given by the Professurs, coiumencing on the first Monday of October. A (.'Unique has been established, in connection with the I'niversity, at which ojicrations are performed and rases prescribed for uud lectured upou in presence of tha Class. Arrangements nave been made to accommodate all pa tients requiring surgical operations. Amount of Fees for Lecture In this Department 1a ftliio. Matriculation Fee, (paid onre only,) ."; Practical Anatomy, If 111; (iriiduating Fee &". flood Hoard can be obtained lor fa per wcea. The Annual Announcement giving a full acrounl of tba several Departments of the I'niversity may be had by applying lo A. V. fl. LINDSLF.V, Aug 4, ism nm aim ,vc y jioora- jrusteem. XjlttloM ' TATliito Oil. rfjlll." is the best remedy ever offered to tbe public for JL the various Diseases of IIOItfEH, vis: f welled ints, hprains, Cuts, Haddle and CollarGalls.Herateliea. Poll-Kvil, Fistula, ami in fact every description of dis ease to which the Horse ts liable. It Is now In general use as a LlMMF.NT FOR MAN. as no better can be made, and lias been very successful ly used for Pains and fores of almost every kind, and in some instances lias made a perfect cure of Kheuma tism. For sale by Q. W. Hns ft Co., Athens. J. A. Wriuiit & Co., Sweetwatar. And by Prugcisls nml Merchnnts throughout tbe coun try. Principal Depot Hcottsville, Albemarle co., Va. JulyS, 154 ly 80S ALK11KD B.IKHI. T. D. CltWaU. JJAKER & CASH ELL, c; iioi i: u v ami rom iriissiON lloxoliaxits, llroad street, AuKiifiia, Gau, rSTm promptly attend to the sale of Corn, Wheal, T Paeon, Lurd, Oats, Ac, consigned to their care. Advances, if required, madcou Produce in Store. Aug. 4, ISM ly 806 JAMES -ARMSTRONG, I'OItlVAIIIIIX AMI t'OiUiaiSSIOlV Moroliaut, No. 42 Market atrcet, liurlealon, 8. C. JdTII F.-Ai the Pontb Carolina Rail Itoad Com pany will cense to forward Goods on and after the 1st of July, 1n'4. I offer niy services as Forwardina and Commission Merchant. All (Joods directed to my care will ho forwarded promptly and Willi despatch. I Will also receive and sell any lroilli o consigned to me, or forward as directed; aud cuer the following named gentlemen aa Hi ferniri : II. W. Conner: Courtney, Tcnnent k Co; (lillilamls, Howell I Co.; Hyatt, Mclluruey A Co.; Towa semi, Crane k Cu.! U. V. Fleming A Co.; Haviland, Har ral Co.; illiama A Price; Plersnn, Jennings A Co.; W. II. Ileaeh; II. W. A J. P. force A Co - Hand. Williams Wilcox; Chnmhertaln, Miler A Co.; Phepberd, McCreery A Co.; Kaultln, Pulllam A Co.; Hare, Calhoun A Co.; John rraser A Co.; Geo. K. Clarke; A. 8. Hull A Co.; Geo. I. Waldrnn A Co.: Hussdorff A Lrlilliur- Cameron. Webb Co.; Hewing, Thayer uud Co.; Kwhank and Oanll; Ilrowa and Stone; Cnndlct, Jennings and Co.; H. II. Wllllama; D. A. Ambler; K. II. fltoihlard and Co.; (lustavus Pollln: P. and L. Howie and Co.: Hates and Mitchell: McCar- ter and Co.; Haseltlne and Walton; Itooscrell, Hyde and Clark; llancrort, Iletts and Marshall; browning and I.e mnn; (llii.lni.lt and Duncan; F. D. Fanning and Co.; P. l.iitiiieiiu; P. M. C.ihen nml Co.; T. M. Horsey and Co.; James Adger anil Co.; W. W. and J. It. Dead; Fngartle and llehuid; W, G. Ilaiieroft ami Co.; James C. Jonea: John Itusse II; Ketebttm, Taylor and Co.; llayden, Brother iimi i o.; iitiyne ami i aies; it. nawiey; James r;. rqiear; Caldwell, lllakely and Co.; Holmes and Ptonry; II. t. Ilaker aud Co.; Miithli sseu, hlmnns and Co.; II. Pulln; W. and J. K. Adger, Piiuonils, llulf and Co.; John Daly; Faekler, Colcoek and Co. Pcpt. 1, lh64 fim lt Fiauo Olnaa, fjllli: Third Session of the Music Class wilt eommerut JI. mi Wc.iiiesiiay, tlio oth ef tH'ptcuiber. h. pt. 1, 11. 0. COOKl. y. Tonclior Wantod f wotukeeliiirge of Forest Hill Academy. None need Ji. apply but those who have taken a thorough Colle- f:iatc course, and have established a character for teach ng. Forest Hill Academy Is now In rapid progress of construction, and will bu completed in time for tbe Hchool to commence by the 1st of October next. Ily order of the Ilourd of Trustees. Aug. lift, H'.l. WM. II. liALXKW, Secretary. Tit ANSI 'OUTATION Rctnccn Savannah and Augusta FASHION LINE. llirotigli In 31 to 30 llouri. No Dltkntion to (loons AT KiTiiia Powt. "I0ATS will lcnvcSuvannah every other day .1 ) nfter KHli of July next, and beingff ligfcV or (lrimglitof water than any other Boataosi tlio Hiver, will run regularly nt all ataeei vf water. Twelve and a half per cent, will b deducted from their present low rata of freight, which ia now about one-half Bail Kod rates, llirect to the caie of M. A. COll EN, Savannah, J AO. A. JIOOltE, Augvita. To prevent errors, send . Bills of lading to M. A. Ooiikn, Savannah. t3? All Goods forwarded at Savannah end Atiifiiala free of cointiiiHsion, notwithstanding tho Unilronds have censed to forward. June 23, 1864 Om 800 Notice. ALL orders for Agricultural Machinery, made by Messrs. Whoelor, Meliok 4 Co., A I ban v. N. Y.. must ha to me direct, or through my Agents in Kast Tennessee, Mr. S. K. Hceder, Atlu iis, and Mr. M. Nelson, Knoi ville, who nre authorised to furniahany of said mncliines nt inaiiufiictiircr's cash prices, add f I nf t. ; n n i ! i mi ... I I