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ANEW and eintrularly sttcceeaful remedy for the en re of all Bilious diseases Coatirencss, Iadl- eestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatini, Fevers, out, Humors, Nerrorumcss, Irritability, Inflamma tions, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back, nd Limbs, Female Complaints, etc., Ac. Indeed very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi cine is not mora or less required, and much sick ness and sutfering might bo prevented, if a harm less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used. No person fan feel well while a costive habit of body prevails ; besides it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided bv the timely and judicious use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the first importance to the public health, and this Pill has been perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. ..An extensive trial of its virtues by Physicians, Profes sors, and Patients, has shown results surpassing any thing hitherto known of any medicine. Cures have been etfected beyond belief, were they not sub stantiated by persons of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. . Among the eminent gentlemen to whom we are allowed to refer for these facts, arc Prof. Valentine Mott, the distinguished Sur geon of Now York City. Doer. A. A. Hayes, Practical Chemist of the Fort of Boston, and Geologist for tho State of Mas sachusetts. Ira L. Maori, M. D., an eminent Surgeon and Physician, of the City of Lowell, who has long used thorn in his extensive practice. H. C. Soi'TiiwicK, Esq., ono of the first mer chants in New York City. C. A. Davis, M. D., Sup't and Surgeon of the United States Marine Hospital, at Chelsea, Mass. Did space permit, we could give many hundred such names, from all parts where the Pills have been used, but evidence even more convincing than tho ccrtiticates of these eminent public men is shown in their effects upon trial. These Pills, the result of long investigation and study, are offered to the public as the best and most complete which the present state of medical science can nirord. They are compounded not of tho drugs thdnselvcs, but of the medicinal virtues only of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical process in a state of purity, and combined together in such a manner as to insure the best results. This system of composition for medicines has been found in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob vious. While by tho old mode of composition, ev ery medicine is burdened with more or less of acri monious and injurious qualities, by this each indi vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative effect Is present. All the inert and obnoxious qual ities of each substance employed are left behind, the curative virtues only being retained. Hence it is self-evident the effects should prove as they have proved more purely remedial, and the Pills a surer, more powerful antidote to disease than any other medicine known to the world. As it is frequently expedient that my medicine should be taken under the counsel of au attending Physician, and as he could not properly judge of a remedy without knowing its composition, I have supplied the accurate. Formula! by which both my Pectoral and Pills are mado to the whole body of Practitioners in the United 8tatcs and British Amer ican Provinces. If however there should be any one who has not received them, they will be promptly forwarded by mail to his address. Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how few would be taken if their composition was known I Their life consists in their mystery. I have no mysteries. Tho composition of my preparations is laid open to all men, and all who are competent to judge on the subject freely acknowledge their convictions of their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was pronounced by scientific, men to be a wonderful medicine before its effects were known. Many em inent Physicians have declared the same thing of my Pills, and even more confidently, and are will ing to certify that their anticipations were more than realized by their effects upon trial. They operate by their powerful influence on the Internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other orgnlts of the body, restoring their irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange ments as are tho first origin of disease. Being sugar wrapped they aro pleasant to take, nd being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity. For minute directions, see the wrapper on the Sox. rrtnrARKD by JAMES C. AYER, Practical mid Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Frio 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxei for $1. SOLD BT O. W. ROSS, tn Athens; J. CIIE8NUTT, riiilftdelpliin; nud by dealers in Medicines generally. march 17, '54 ly 186 cWtchfIhoW, (h'ormtrli Griffin House,) CHATTANOOfJ , TMNKSMEE. rpiIIS well knovn hole , lituntcd within ft .L few steps cf I l i riMssunger ear landing of the Western and Atlantic Knilroad, is now optm undnr the supervision of Thomas Crutoh fioM, assisted by Mr, J. W. F. Bryson and Lady. This house, while under the control of Col. J. J. Griflin, aoriiiired ft very high reputa tion ft a list class Hotel. The present pro prietor having secured the services of Col. Griffin's bur-keepor, and hftving purchased his most excellent cook and house boy, nnd hav ing furnished t he house entirely new, hopes to retain its high reputation ond merit public patronage. I'asscngers can be Accommodated with an omnibus to nnd from the boots. THOMAS CKUi'ClIFIELn, Fob. 1 8, '53 ly -an Proprietor. . T A I lo It I Ml. Grubb &, Engledow CONTINUI-; to carry on the Tailoring busi ness, nt the old stand, and solicit the work of thoir friends and tho public. All garments made in the best style and on the shortest otiee. Prices moderate. April 8, '63 tf 2S7 Corn Shelters. A FIRST rat lot of Corn Shellcrs, Straw Cutters, aud Well Buckets, on hand and for sale by C. II. MILLS b CO., Den. 28, '63 21S Cleveland. Merchants' Hotel, MM KOI) HURST, Fuoi-Riic ron, CHARLESTON, SO. C A. THIS House is situated in the business part of tho city, and the proprietor respecfully Invites persons visiting Charleston to give him a call. The Table will alwnys be sup plied with tho best the market affords. Board 1,80 per day. Nev. 2.1, 1853 ly 270 Wheat Wanted. TIIF. highest market price will ha given ' 1 for nil the good Merchantable Wheat, that my be ollered. Jnne.10 a K. KEEKER, A'otiec. To Ijaud Hiiyorss. THE undersigned will sell his Farm, lying two miles South 0f Kinennnon's Ferry, on the mail route from Decatur to Cleveland, tontaining 'lve llwndmt nnil cvrniy-f Itc Acres, of which two hundred and seventy-five acres are under cultivation, with good Dwelling House, Hum and other necessary buildings. ,. Also, six hundred bushels of Corn, ten young Mules, a Wagon ami yoke of Oxen, and other Block. Any person wishing to buy sueh a Farm would do well to give me a rail, as a sorbin run be had. Or, you can call on U. F. Martin, at Calhoun, Tonn., who will give you any information desired, Z. MARTIN, KineinneHr$ Ferry, Meigs count, Tenn. Pept. 89, 1861 St ' 8U Wheat! ,"VK with o purchase a quantity of good ' ' merchantable Wheat, for which we will pav the highest market price. July 14. A. CLEAQE A CO. Cash for Xlags I . w.'lT'ANTKli, lt)il,om lbs. of clean Cotton V f ' and Linen lUtrs lor which Cash will be raid by KOUKRT T. OETTVB CO. : iiusoi, 0i. ao, iw4 tf rn . foa TUB COMPLETE Ct'B Ot Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Asthma, Bronchitis Spilling of Blood, and all other Lung Complaints tending to CONSUMPTION. 'piIIS preparation is getting Into use all X over our eountry. The numerous letters we receive from our various agents, informing ns of cures effected in their immediate neigh borhoods, warrant us in saying it is one of the best, if not the rery brut Cough Medicine now before the public It almost invariably re lieves and not uv frequently eurei the tery icortt tats. When all other Cough preparations have failed, this has relieved the patient, as Druggists, dealers in Medicines, and Thysi ciaus 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. Kelow we give a few extracts from letters we have received lately regarding the virtues of this medicine. Dr. 8. 8. Oslin. of Knox ville, Oa., says: "1 have been using your Liverwort and Tar terg extensively in my practice for three yean past, and, it is with pleasure I state my belief in its Sl'PKRIORITY OVKR ALLOTIIRB ARTICLES with vlich I am acquainted, for which it is recommended." Messrs. Fitzgerald Jt Benners, writing from Waynesville, Jf. C, sny: "The Liverwort and Tar is becoming daily more popular in thin country, and wk think jistlt go. All who hare tried it ipenk in commendable terms of if, and say it is beneficial in alleviating the com plaint for which it is recommended. Our Agent iu Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S. K. McFaTl, assures ns "that he uses it with great benefit in his own family, and recom mends it to his neighbors." He gives au in stance of a negro woman, in his vicinity, who had been sufforiiitf 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 Mediciue from nil parts of the Sojuth. 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 read the pamphlet which accompanies each bottle. To all, we sav, have hope, have hone I TRY THE MEDICINE II BE WARNED IN SEASON III And neglect not that cough which is daily weakening your constitution, irritating your throat nnd lungs, and inviting on that dread disease, consumption, when so toothing and Healing a remedy can be obtained as Dr. Rogers' JJvcrwort and Tar. Beware of Counterfeits and Bate Imitationt I The genuine article is signed Andrew Rookrs on the engraved wrapper around each bottle. Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. Sold wholesule and rotnil by SCOVIL it MEAD, 111 Chart res St., bcU Conti St.Louis,N 0., Sole Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders nnd applications for Agencies must be addressed. Sold by P. H. Keith fc Co., Athens. Cowan A Hammond, Charleston. W. II. Craiumileh, Cleveland, - Moss dj McKahy, Benton. J. A. it C. W.Cokfin, Madisonvillc. And agents in every town in the State. Dee. 2. 1853 6m 271 Attention! Copper ,lliiicrs! C. II. MILLS & CO., Clkvri.ano, Tknm., HAVE just received a lnrge lot of heavy Manilla Rope, for sinking shafts, which they will sell cheap. If you wish your orders promptly filled, address C H. MILLS A CO., Den. 28. '68274 - Cleveland. JUST received from the manufacturers In New York Slid Roston the following rery flue first class Pianos: One elegant finish Rosewood, 7 octave, Iron Frame; One Boinluolr " " " " " One square plain style, Iron frame, round corners : One " " " The above Instrument are built for durability and strength as well as for beauty of architecture; and for sweetness as well as fullness of tone. Those wishing to !urclise are Invited to call ami examine them. The subscriber sells none but the very best of selected in struments. II. a. COOKE. Also, on band a fine assortment of Piano Muvlc. Sept. 1, 185t tf 810 -"CM. NORTH RI P, -A. ttornoy v t Xj n, t7, C'liuttanooBrat Tenn,, WILL practice In Hamilton, Ilruilley, Rhea, Tlled soe end Marlon counties, in Tennessee. Will cof Itct tlebu in all lower East Tennessee, aug. 25, 'M tf MEDICAL iV OTIC E. JOHN L. ATLEE, ill. D., HAVING loeated himself at Athens, Tenn., otters his services to the publicgenernlly. t3T He can be found at all times in his office South of the Bridge, except when pro fessionally absent. Athens, May 6, 1858 tf 241 TO THE PUBLIC. Cancer can he Cured without tho Knifo nnd without ruin. ''I'MIE undersigned tenders his services to X his friends and tho public generally, for the treatment of all kinds of Ulcers, Tu mours, Cancer in all its different forms Sore eyes. Scrofula, Female Complaints, Can cer ot tho 'Jterus, (Womb,) Fistuln-in-Ano and Fistula in tho l'erinenni, (without the use of the knife,) Prolapsus uteri, (falling of the womb,) Files, Chroma diseases, Ac, Ao. Those afflicted with any of the above dis eases and wish a speedy cure, would do well to apply os soon ns possible, especially those who are alHicted with Cancer, as this most fearful disense, can soon be cured, unless some vital organ is Involved. My medicine gives no pain when applied to the enneered parts. K. W. JANUA11V. Mtirfrei'sboro', Tenn. Aftention is invited to the following state ments: STATEMENT OF HON. CAVE JOHNSON. Mr, Tb os. J. Adams, who signed the above certificat e, Is a respectable citizen of Mont- ? -ornery eountv. Ho came to my house to see )r. January live or six weeks ago; I then saw the tumor on his face, w hich lie supposed to be a cancer, it was immediately under the left eye, and was so large as to effect seriously bis vision. The base of the tumor appeared to be about the size of ft quarter of a dollar, and fjrowing from the face in a conicnl form, nt east an inch. lie then promised the Doctor to visit him at Murfrecsborough, which he did during the next week. After nn absence of about three weeks he returned. I again examined the place, the proturbnnce had been entirely taken off, though not cured tiif I have ngitin 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. Claiksville, Tern., Oct 15, 1851. KEAD. We whose names are here annexed do cer tify, that on Thursday, 16th June, we exa mined a patient, Miss Elizabeth C. Demsev, who had been under the treatment of Dr. K. W. January, of this city, for cancer; and feel no hesitation iu saying that the cancer ap peared to be entirely well, and the wound healed up. The patient pronounced herself cured, nnd the same day returned home, to Bedford county, nuarShelhyville, Given un der our hands this 8th of July, 1 S52. B. ). BARLOW, 8. B. CHRISTY, W. J. LYTLE, I). W. TAYLOR, .1. W. HALL, M. G. REEVES, 8. D. BALDWIN. Wutfrcesboro'Tenn., Feby 24, 1854 ly 28S A Toaolior Wautod f !' Mire chargs of rorert II 111 Academy. Nous need apply hot iiiom who bave taken A thorough Cnlle late riiir, and hare sstsbllthrd a character for tenrh IX. forest II III Arsdemy Is now m rsnld nroarrsanf construction, and will Ix completed In tlms fur the School to comment by the 1st of Octokar next. Hy order of the Board of Trustees. A So, . Waf. U, BALL4HT, ArVfry. . A Valuable Farm and Mills Por Bale, ri'MIE undersigned are tlesirous of selling JL' their valuable property, situated two miles below Athens, on Eastanallee Creek. The farm consists of 40ii Aoroa of Ijaxicl, about 120 of which is in cultivation. There is npon the place an abundant supply of water from never-failing springs. The improve ments consist of one Mill House, 30 by 70 feet, H stories high, lately fitted up as a x.rx- 3VI111, with new Wheels, Machinery, Ac; two good two story Houses with dining rooms and kitchens attached; and four one story frame buildings. Also, A tiood Saw mil, with Kilgore's Improved Iron Wheels; a good new Work Shop, with an improved Wheel, suitable for a Turning Lathe, or other ma chinery. To any one desirous of locating himself in a healthy section of East Tennes see, this property offers many inducements. Tkrms: A portion of the purchase money at the time of sale and the balance in one, two and three yenrs, with interest. JNO. Ii. SHH'MAN A CO. Sept. 1, 1834 tf 810 M. R. MAY, 51. D., SURGEON A D PHYSICIAN, ATHENS, TENN., I ESPECTFULLY tenders his professional services to the public. Jan. 14, 1 22 17MNE Chewing Tobacco, nnd No. 1 dinars, 1 justreceved by A. CLEAGE & CO. April 7.1854. W. C. Ii ILL. A It D, with 51. L. II A Is LOW ELL & CO., lyi'OttTF.RS OY SILKS AND FANCY GOODS, No. 147 Market, st. and 21 North 4th st., Philadelphia. mny 19, 1854 tt 295 W)l. LOWRY, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Athens, Tesnessek. Omci in the Otliee of the Chancery Court Clerk, over the office of the "Athens Post." April 22, '62 tf 23!) LEUTY'S HOTEL, LOUDON, TENN. GEO. W. MAYO " f0ULD announce to the public that he v T bus removed from the "Athens Hotel" nnd taken chnrge of the above House, where he will be hnppy to wait on all who may fuvor the establishment with their company. Feb. 17. 1854 tf 28 ATHENS HOTEL, ATHENS, TENN. W. P. II. M'DEHMOTT HAVING taken charge of the above Hotel, respectfully solicits a share of the pat ronage of the public. His table will be fur nished with the best the country affords. Feb. 10, 1854 tf 281 South side Public Square, MURFREESBOROUGH, TENN. JOHN W. THOMAS, Proprietor. HIS House has recently beeen opened, nnd the proprietor hopes by a well furnished ble, moderate charges, good accommoda tions nnd attention to business, to merit a liberal share of public patronage, march 3, 1854 ly 284 A R D W A R E. couinwrcr, tkne.t& co., DIRECT IlirORTERS or Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, l'Istols, etc., No, 85 Haynk street, CHARLESTON, S. C. WILLIAM C. COURTNEY. . GILBERT B TENNANT. JAMES B. EV.AN8. June 17, '53 tf 247 GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. PRACTICES in the different counties com posing the Third Judicial Circuit will attend to the collecting nnd securing of claims and will give his undivided attention to all business entrusted to Ii is care. March 2. 1849 tf 23 DR. JAMES B. TAYTorT" A rilhNS, TENNESSEE, "f7"ILL hereafter give his whole attention M to the Practice of Medicine. June 3. 1853 tf 24 ' Agricultural Implements, nAVINO received an Agency from the Nnshville Agricultural Manufacturing Company, for the sale of their superior Agri cultural Implements, we would invite the at tentiun of Farmers to our present stock of Wagons, six horse nnd two horse, iron and wood axels; City and Railroad Carts; Wlieel barrows; Canal Barrows; Flows; Cultivators, ilc, ilc. The attention of Farmers is particularly so licited to our stock of large "Sub-soil" Plows. A friend writing to us lomo days ago, says: "1 cannot conclude without mention of your superior Centre-draft Sub-soil Plow. I have no doubt it is the best Plow forsuch purposes in Americn, and destined to tiud more ready sale, ond o accomplish better service to the planting interests in the South, than nny oth er Agricultural Implement in use." We ex pect to keep a good stock of Agricultural Im plements constantly on hand, and to sell at the lowest prices. June 80, '54 K EYES fc HENDERSON. Furniture ! Furniture ! TTE have just received a lot of Household 1 Furniture, of the latest styles, consisting of thefollowingnrticles, viz: Bedsteads, liu reans, Centre Tables, Side Tables, W oi k Ta bles, Writing Tables and Dining Tables; also, Sofns: Plush, Hair-cloth and Cane Seat Rock ing ( hairs, ami one set of Parlor Chairs. The public, ami the ladies particularly, are request ed to call and examine our Furniture. Any person wishing articles of this kind, can now get them nt greatly reduced prices. JtinoO liEYES fc HENDERSON. BREAKFAST HOUSE, I". Term. A lia, Il.lt. a, s. 33iiircES UEaPKCTrVM.Y Informs the Irnvellnn public Hist lie fins opened a lloine of Kntertuimueiit In the Ion while home with the oak tree III front, at the Alliens lVmt, where he mill be srlnd to serve all who may call on him wiih the heat the country ufforils. Athens, sept I, ls"t tf 810 mON IX -A. I JLs I KT Gr, OnVIJIENTAL IltOX WOIIK. fllMR suhflorihers are prcpsred to fill orders of anr .iiiwiiiii mr mufl mum.suci eh as Ratlings rnhlie and Private racks, G anient, trjM, lemn'ds, ifrwn, ct,nctry ijotn, rf-c. A1n. Iron Htslis, Doors, Shutters, Botteen, f hnlrs, Ta ble., 1ik, Window tiuards, times, Ae., c., They pay particular attention to enclosing t'KMKTKIIY LOT auil i'AUKrt, hsvlnir the InrgeHt ainrttnent of 1'itlteriii of sny establishment In the eountry, are enshled to pleane the most Ihs tlillou. In taste. Arolilteet or llallders In sny pnrt of the Union, wanting Iron Work, by sending u drawings will receive the exhume for coat of work, anil we will ninil.h any work from their designs or drawings that may be desired. Persons wishing artleles of our manufacture, by ad dressing us a few lines, stntlng for what purpose, will he fiimlsWJ with printed ili slgns by return mall, with the prices annexed. All orders sent us will receive prompt attention, and the work Anl'lied and fitted In the bast manner, aud packed in boxes for safe rarringe. Mt01 CO., 121 Xorth TnKstreet,PHILAlHLrUIA, PA. Oct. ft), ISM Dm 810 Land Warrant I.owt. VI.L persons are hereby notified against trading for a Land Warrant. No. 2fi,IM, issued In the name of the undersigned, Fllsabeth Hone, In the right of her de ceased husband, Thomas Hope, for on. hundred and sixty acres, which h been lost, never having rraehid tha warrantee. It Is her Intention to apply to hart said Warrant cancellstl and a duplicate Issued in Its stead. her ELIZABETH i HOPE. Oct IS, ISM t-t mirt. -safORr: of that No. 1 Tobnrro at ths Farmers JJl Cheap Elor., by C. I. T. t. OIUWN. fyo THE PUBLIC. RADWAY A CO., the X Inventors, Manufacturers and Proprietors of tho justly celebrated IU 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 lUietimatUm, Neu ralgia, and Tic Duforeux, as soon ns applied. The R. R. K. Remedies consist of three Reme dies, each possessing quick and wonderful powers over certain complaints aud diseases, and will instantly RELIEVE the Human System from Pain. R EO V LATE each Organ to a Healthy Action RESOLVE away all Diseased Deposits. RENOVATE tho body from Corrupt Humors. REBUILD weak broken down Constitutions. RESTORE to Health, Strength and Vigor all unsound and worn out parts. R. R. R. No. l.-RADWAY'S READY RELIEF, For the Acute Complainlsjuternal and External The moment it is nppllied externally, or taken into the system, it will stop the most ex cruciating pain nn.l quickly remove its cause. Rheumatism Mr. Granger, a mason well known in Brooklyn, was a cripple for nine years. Kadwny'e'Rendy Relief relieved him from pain in fifteen minutes, enabled him to walk two miles without the aid of stick or crutch in three days und cured him entirely in one week. Thousands of other cases equally as won derful as the above, have been cured by R. R. Relief. . ' Cholera Morbus. Railway's Ready Relief will relieve the sufferer from all pain in fif teen to twenty minutes. It will cure the most desperate cases in a few hours. Neuralgia. The moment R. R. Relief is ap plied it allays the most painful paroxysms. It will always cure. Sick Headache. It will relieve the most distressing pains in fifteen minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed nt tacks. Ague. In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R. R. Rolief will Btop the Chills and break the Fever. Aches of all kinds, pains of nil kinds. Bruis es, Burns, Scalds, Si rains. Sprains, Stiff Joints, Lameness oneapplicatinn of R. R. Relief will in a few moments entirely stop the pain. It reduces swelling, henls sores, cuts and wounds, removes bruises, allays the most vi olent irritations. For all pains use R. R. Relief. Look for the signature of Kadwny as to. on eat' n txuiie. R. R. R. No. 2. RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT. For the cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, and tho vnrious diseases of the Lungs. It renovates the system completely, resolv ing away from t lie Solids nil impure and Dis eased Denosites, freeing the Blood nnd Fluids of Life from nil corrupt humors, restoring Energy, Health and Streugth to every Organ of the body. R. R. R. No. 3. RADWAY'S REGULATORS, Regulate to a healthy action nil the Organs and Secretions of the Body; n preventive and curative of Costiveness, Dropsy, Billiousness. Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Influenza, Liver Com jilnint, Stupor, Common Colds. The Regtl lutors will also be found of the greatest value in treating cases of Fever, Measles, and Rush es, and for Female Complaints, Irregularity, Womb Dilliculties. Hysteria and Melancholy. R. R. Regulators are entirely Vegetable Perfectly tasteless, good at times, never sick en, never gripe. Doses. One to three regulates. Four to six purees. One Regulator nt night, on going to bed, will insure sound sleep, a good night's rest, nnd n healthy and pleasant discharge from the bowels in the morning. Radwny's Regulators, Ready Relief, and Renovating Resolvent are sold by Druggists everywhere. RADWAY it CO., 162 Fulton street, N. Y. N. B. R. R. Regulators nre of light color. Sold by A. McKkmiI.v, Athens. Hunoix, WkllsA Johnson, Cleveland. Dr. W. L. Wiiitk, Loudon. W. it A. Ri'ssrll, Campbell's Station. Stamutt A Wauk, Red Clay, Ga. (. L. Gut kspik it Co., Kingston. Stiiono it Stevenson, Kuoxville. And Druggists and Merchants every where. Dec. 2. 1H.13 y 271 IUSIvIOVAIj. C. A . jTT I) A N, Dental Surgeon, ATHENS, TENNESSEE, HAVING removed to the office formerly occupied by Dr. May, one door West of tho office of the "Post," respectfully informs the citizens of the town and vicinity, t'.'.at he is now prepared to do any description of work in the line of his profession. Artificial Teeth set on Gold Pinto or Pivot; Teeth Plugged with Gold; Separating, Clean ing and Extracting Teeth, etc., etc. He flat ters himself from his skill nnd experience in the profession, Hint he will be able to give the most entire satisfaction in all cases, and so licits the attention of those who may have occasion for the services of a Dentist. His charges will be reasonable. References; R. f Jackson, David Clenge, George W. Ross, R. M. FMier, W. M. Sr horn, P. L. Gamble, Rev. Edwin A. Alice, L. Dodson. July 14, 18.54 tf 271 Western Produce! ( Ai'msTA, liKu., January, llSo-l. ''IIIE subscriber after tenderim; bis tlinnks J. to his numerous friends in Tennessee for their long nnd continued confidence in him ns a salesman of their surplus Produce, would inform them that he still gives his undivided nttcution to the Sale of Western Produce, Such ns Bacon, Corn, Wheat, leathers, Lard, Peas, Biitt-r, dc. The Augusta market s one cf the best in tho South for the sale of the above articles, there always existing n good demand for ex port nnd to supply home wants. Those be has not transacted business for he would refer to his numerous customers in L'ust Tennessee, whose business he 1ms been attending to for tho pnst liiibt, years. T. W. FLEMING. Jun. 27, 1 854 ly 270 Ocoee.Wnlc and Female Seminary, Georgetown, Tenn. fl'MIEelcventh session of Ibis Institution will JL commence Monday, 80 A February. 'TERMS, per Session of Five Months: Orthography, Rending, Writing, Ac, ffl 00 Mcntitl Arithmetic, Modern Geography, nnd History, 8 CO Written Arithmetic, Engliih Grammar, Natural, Moral nnd Mental Sciences, Highci liranches of Mathematics, and Language, 10 00 Civil Engineering, Surveying and Draw ing, 13 00 t'otit igrnt ho, payable invariably in advance 60 Tuition will be charged from the date of entrance to the close of the Session, nnd no deduction made except in cases of sickness. The price of board ranges from 1 totl 60 per week, washing, Aq,, included. Young men wishing to board themselves will ocotipy tho rooms belonging to the Institution. 11 1 II of Merit, Ac, will be forwarded at tha request of the pnrent or guardian, II. B. 1IEYW00D, Principal. Feb. S 1854 if BH To 3VIor-ola.vM.ts. MAYING located with II, I.. Ilnrllinrt. (lata Anderson llsrlund,) No. HO Market street, lu tlis HOOT AM) MIOi: Ill SIM. SN, I take this method of solicit Ini a eII frm Merelinnts when they visit this city to purchase floods, mid will at tend to nillnK orders tn the 11. .ot and Shoe line promptly, nd pled ire nivsdf to send Hoods as low as any house In Philnilelphln, New York or Baltimore. Kesrwcttully, Tf . C. WITT, (. Athens, Trnn.) Philadelphia, Sept. M,1S4 flui Bl raillK tnhsrrihcr wonld Inform the public that he keeps JL constantly on hand Horses, Carriage, and Dug s;iss, which he will hire nn aernmmodatlnit K-nns. Atheas, rVpt. 1, leU-pf WM. A. 0. BEEP. J. A. A N SL11Y, Couimiskion and Produce sferrhant Office en Broad strett, opposite l uion iina, v.iisuata. Gra, mriLL give prompt aud personal attention to the WW sale oi iiucon, uru, .train, . , . ... all articles of Merchandise cousigued to him. Also, to d .i .. ... . i .....: -...1 V.. ... markets at the cutoniry rate. Literal alvanrv, ri- iiar&ci at mic cuiumaij it-v. tiai , ae ther in cash or by acceptance, made on article lu or wnen dim oi imnnfr rtonii'any arum. ItKfKREXCES : lUker, Wilcox k Co.; M. k B. Wilkinson; J. C. Kariro, "('unhier," August.-. Oa. llaiulWilliniiia k Wilcox; Thoi. Trout A Co , Charleston. 8. C. Win. Dun- la.i.bfIka.l Bust l' V T Willi". SilVfilll.ah i-iturifM, Heiinctt it Co., New York. J. C. Wilson k Co.; EMtinri m B"n, isjmimonr. uuu w, .-ew . it J Ft 1. It- 1 . 4 - III., a. 0 1.. I v. o. enMtrn, i;iiuin, tin. urtuniira s-iiii-, .!- I t.niwin. T...... tLnn A I'n k ln will TfnTl. hat 8. K. Keeder, Allien, Tenn. W. glrard k Co.; Berry k Demeville, Xu.hville, Tenn. Lk:pt. 'W tf Safely Fuse. "I A AAA FEET Safety Fuse for blasting .J)JJJ purposes, otlered at greatly reiiuceu prices. iy i,. ii. juil,i c tt., Dee. 23, '63273 Cleveland. A. D. KKYK8. 1. M. 1IKNII tUSOy. KEYES Si nEXDERSOX, COMMISSIO N M E R C II A N T S, DEALER? ipilODL'CE, AC, .It hens, Tenn. June 9, 185-1 tf 235 Wholesale Druggists. Haviland, Ha rial Si Ri.sley, No. 8 0 Maiden Lane, NEW Y O R K. J. C. HAVILAND, H. W. BIS LET, JAMKS 11ARRAL, WU. K. K1TCUKS. Haviland, Ilarral Si Co., No. 26 Ilavne Street, C II A R L E S T O N, S. C. HAVILAND. IIARBAL A KISLET, W. STEVENSON, R. L. II AURAL, W. K. KITCHEN. liar Hand, IMslrj & Co., No. 274 Urond Street, Near the Globe Hotel,) A U G U S T A, G A. HAVILAND, II All r. A L A IU8LF.Y, T. W. CniCIIKSTER, W. K. KITCHEN. Feb. 17, 1854 ly 282. RANKIN, PULLIAM & CO., IMPORTKI'.S AND WAOt.KSAl.E PKALERS tN Foreign and ,1mrtcan Dry Goods, AND READY-MADE CLOTHING, 131 Meeting street, CHARLESTON, S. C. WM. D. RANKIN, R. W. Pl'LLIAM, A. D. SMITH. u. m'd. u'elratii. 231 P. M. OUAIOMILKS, Feb. 25, 1853 tf JOHN R. WALLACE Si BROTHERS, WIIOLKSALB ASn RETAIL DKALKHS IN Hardware, lloolx, M.ork. (irorerles, IIIuKtliiil I'ow.ler. Oi liiffoii Meet, aud Saioly fuse, Corner of Whitehall and Alabama streets, ATLANTA, (.' . $W N. B. Partlcnlsr attention Is paid to the New Orleans market from which we are constantly receiving supplies. t. R. W.U.l.tOK. 0. n. WALLACE. 1. W. WALLACE. Aug. IS, ISM -1y Svi MILTON P. JARN1GIX, Attorney at law and Solicitor in C'hnacery, Athens, Tknness. VTTEXTION given to the collecting busi ness in all lower East Tennessee. June 3, '63 tf 245 McEwen & ze TTAVE received nnd opened a nirg stock in ii' In. ill iliAU rxiananl full v invito t1ii n1 tAfi. tion of their Ii wiidrt and customers. November 1, 185.3 tf BOGAHT'S HOTEIj, (About li uttjn North nf Vie Ltejtot,) PHILADELPHIA, T IS itill open for the entertufnment of Travelerrf. Per send traveling on the Cur, stopping nt or starting from tli in rolut. mill be ourtk-ulnrlv attendt d tn. Jitia- ytg ean-iti to antjrom the ih pot without charge. j none wtio nave putrnniien us uurnifr trie mat lour or Ave yeHrs have our tlmnkn, and we solicit and hope to merit a coiitinuunre of patronage. AnjrniH.lsM tf ftftfl WILLIAM II. 100PER, Ware-House and Commission Merchant, LaG RANGE, TnOfP XUNTV. Ga., 1 7H'f' attend to tho snlo of nil kinilsof T T PRODUCE, such os Corn, Oats, Flonr, Bncon, Lard, Lime, Ac, consigned to him. Reference: The former proprietors, 1J. B Amoss nnd Jesse Mul.eiidon. march 10, 804 tf 285 Just Itccelrcdt AA!.n?. IllueStnne; 350 lbs. Rice; 10 kegs ' Nails and for sule by Auk. W a. w. rops. Xjn.aa.td for Snlo, IJUIISUANT to on interlocutory decree nnd order of tho Circuit Court of Sleigs county, Tennessee, nt the September term, 1854, of Said Court, I will proceed ton upon the premises and offer for sale, at public out cry, on rnt.nrdnv, tho 18th day of November proximo, the following described tract or parcel of Land, to wit: One lltiiKlrril and Fl f ) -f Ii roe Acres, more or less, situate, lyini; and beini; in the county and Htutc aforesaid, being u part of the second section, third frnctionnl township. West of the meridian, Hiwassre District, be ginning at the Xbrth-enst corner of the North east r mirier of snid section, nud beimr the Land belonging to the estate of Samuel JIc Adoo, dee'd, on which lie resided previous to his death. The said Land will be sold for the purpose of etl'ectiuif a distribution amongst lite hoirs of Samuel MoAdoo, deceased. Terms: One fourth to be paid in hand, and the bulnnco on ono nnd two years credit, by equal instalments, bearing interest from date, and a lien retained, with note nnd approved security. AV. L. JIcKI X I.LY, Clerk. Oct. 6, 1851 fit prs fco fJ 81fi Notice. VI.L ordors for Agricultural Machinery, made by Messrs. Whocler, Meliek A Co., Albany, K. A;'., must be to mo direct, or through my Agents in Knst Tennessee, Mr. S. K. Reeder, Athens, and Mr. M. Nelson, Kuox ville, who ore authorised to furnish nny of snid machines nt manufacturer's cash prices, add ing cost of transportation. 1'. I. (JATI'.S, 1'ob. 8, 1854 ; tf 280 12 Ilrondway, N. V. t andlral nmllcul Tf t".T reeelved, a fresh snpily of randies, assorted; 1 HuUlns, FIT, I'rnnes, I,"ninn f vrup, l'inon Puirnr, 4e., e., and for snle at r.-.t. MJ CKIIOIO'8. 1 f(f FLKTof Snfuty Fuse for snle at 1UUU march 81. L. I'ODSON'a J. K. WILLIAMS. JNO. Itlir.A, Q., Fom'lyof Enorville.T.) (Lateof Ulountville.T. J. E. WILLIAMS & CO., (Successors to J. E. Williams,) General Commission Merchants, ano rAnTict LAiu.r roa Tints.M.r ok Grain, Bacon, Lard, Feathers and Tennessee Produce generally, Johnson's Fire-Proof Wnre-IIouse, Atlanta, Georgia. I' ETTF.R3 of inquiry, in relation ts the J Markets, Ac, answered promptly. I a, aiiioernlv thankful to ths citizens of Tennessee for ths very liberal patronage here tofore received li'om them, nint respecttully solicit a continuance of (he snme to tho new Arm, feeling satisfied thnt, possessing the nd vantages we now do, we will be nble to do fully as well for them as can he done in this market. We will both give our personal at tention to the business. JAMES E. WILLIAMS, march 17, 1854 tf 88 "Farmers Groceries. F. ars receiving large snptilics of Coffee, finrmr. Sack Suit. Nails. Ac., and it will bo to your interest to call at our corner and bur form ns. C. F. 4 T. F. GIB30X April 1th, test G1LLILANDS, HOWELL & CO, DIRECT MrOBTEU A DEALERS l Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods No. 83 Ilayne street, C1I.1 RLESJOmV, . C. X. B. Bolting Cloths ol ways on hand. WM. U. OILLILASD, alD.NET S. HOWILU W. D. GILLILANK. ' JAMES OILLILA.ND JAMKS II. NICHOLS. Oct. SI. 1851 tf 162 ALLEN & DUNLAP, (Late Itunlnp A Horn,) Grocery and t'oniuiission 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. i. AI.LEV. DL'NLAP. march 18, 1853 ly 234 I)K. J AS, IIUCKNHU, Dentist, IN returning bis thanks for the very liberal patronage he has already received, would respectfully announce to all who may need the aid of a Dcnlist, thnt ho is well prepared to execute nil work in the various tranches if his profession. General satisfaction will be given, both in prices and style of work. Iliceviile. Tenn., Dec. SO, ISiC tf 2 Good Medicines. STAlJLEU'S Anodyne Cherry Expectorant, For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, dec. STABLER'S Diarrhea Cordial. rpillu valuable medicines above named, are 1 not empirical, but are prepared in agree ment with the experience of soma of the most learned nnd judicious practitioners, and nre not secret, further than is nccessory to pro tect the proprietors and those who use tlicm from loss and imposition, ns the component parts have been innde known, confidentially, from time to time, to perhaps 6(i0 PHYSICIANS!! I in Maryland. Virginia, district of Columbia, Ohio, nnd other places, all of whom, without a single exception, nave approved of tho formu la, nnd most of them acknowledge that they aro the best remedies thnt they have ever known for the cure of thediscases for which t bey are recommended. Our confidence in the excellence of these medicines, added to our desire to avoid the just prejudice of the medical profession against secret and quck nos trums, induced us to adopt this candid course. We append a few of tho notices we have re ceived from l'bysicinns, viz: From Dr. Win. II. Farrow, of Snow Hill, Md. "Gentlemen I have frequently in my prac tice prescribed your 'Stnblcr's Anodyne Cher ry Expectorant' and 'lJiiirrbaa l ordinl,' with great satisfaction to myself, and to the entire relief of such diseases as they profess to cure. I consider them hnppy combinations of some of our most valuable and safe thernputical agents, and must, be of infinite worth to the atllicteil and mankind at large. Iu furnishing the medical profession with these active and concentrated preparations, so convenient for administration, and of a standard quality, you have rendered them nn eminent service. nnd 1 eau ilo no less than earnestly recommend these preparations to practitioners, and espe cially iu the country, where the impurity of commercial Drugs is one of the greatest obsta cles to the success of the Physician." From Geo. Gerry, M. D., of Somerset co., Md. "Cientlenien 1 hnve used many of tbedif ferent Cherry Expectorants, and I do assure you that yours fur exceeds any I have ever tried.' Vt eliave been luvoreil with a written certih- cate, cheerfully given by numerous Medical gentleman, in Alnryland, A'irginia nnd Ohio, winch nlone should oouvinoe the most doubt ing, that these nre rcully "Good Medicines;" after stating that they are acquainted with the composition of both the Expectorant and Cordial, and that they have administered them to their patients, they testify "that they are remedies of great value, safe, efficient and well worthy of the patronage of the Profession and the Public, that they nre mors reliable than any other proprietary medicines with which we nre nciinunted, Ac, The above notices of recommendation from members of the .Medical Faculty, should be sufficient to satisfy all, that these medicines nre worthy of trial by the allucted, and that they are of a different stamp and class from the "Quackery" and "Cure-Alls" so much im posed upon the public. Seo the descriptive Pamphlets, to bo had gratis of all who have the medicines for snle, containing recommendations from Doctors Martin, Kaltzell, Addison, Payne, Handy, Love, Ac. ror sale by Druirgists, Apothecaries and Country Store keepers generally, at tho low irice ol rity cents per tint tic, or six bottles or f,50. E. II. STAIILEIt A CO., Wholesale Drnanists, Importers of EnglMi, French and (ieruinn Drugs, Dealers in 1 anils, Oils, Ac. 12u Pratt street, Baltimore. And sold by AVM. IIUUNS, Athens. AV. It. II UK LEY, Loudon. G. CANNON', Madtsonville. Dee. 9, 1S53 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. Tho cutter is apnt tem system of cutting, with all sizes on the snme pattern A book of directions accom panies every set of patterns and with them nny person can learn to cut nnd tunke Coats, rants, csts, ttonks, Talmas, Ladies Sack Mantillns, I'resses. and in short, any garment that is or will be worn by Indies or gentlemen, can be cut und made by' Jones' Garment Cut tcr. Any person can learn from the book nnd mtterns in tne short space or twenty-four lourssoas to cut and make nny enrmcut thev wish, ns well ns any tailor. Kights of Mates and counties for snle low for cash. liny a county right and bo industri ous, and I will ensure you to double your money. Agents wanted all over the United States, with reference as to chnraatcr and re sponsibility. Tho cutter enn be scut by mail to any otliee in tho United Stales. Address Colonel 1. Jones, post paid Mount Vernon, Monroe county, Tennessee. All orders must be accompanied with the cash. April 28, 1S64 ly 292 ALKX. M c'AI.I.IK. GEO. B. JONKS- HI Aj.IIiI'II'j (X O t I'i.j w s . -arvs.t2 General Commission Merchants, nacon, fn. I7OR the sale of nil kinds of TENNESSEE 1 PRODUCE. References: Messrs. Hooke A French, Chattnnoopa. ('. Wallace, Pres't E, Tenn. A Ga. Railroad. Messrs. Johnson, Smith A Co., Loudon. AV'm. K. Ilelskell, Abingdon, Vn. Die 2, 1853 ly 271 Fire Proof Safes. I HATE on hand a general assortment of Duryeo A Forsyth's Fire Proof Safes, ac knowledged by all, wherever they hnve been tested, the best article of the kind manufac tured in this or any other country. I soli at manufacturer's prices, freight added. Jon. 20. O. W. ROSS. Illaitlng Powder, i f KE03 Blasting Powdor in Store and TtU for sale at reduced prices. C. II. MILLS A CO., 4 Pee. J3, '68174 Cleveland. U. L. II 1R L AND, ( Late A nderson d: Harlaud, ) BOOTS, SHOES, AND Straw Ooods, Xo. 120 MasektStrkt, below Foietu, I'blladelphla, la. march 17. 1834 tf 269 Ilt'TlI SESSION Odd Fellows Female Colleg KOGi:ilSVII.I.K, TE... HAWKINS LODGE, NO. 41, I. 0. O. F. tiKlrurtor. Rev. AXfON w. (TMMIN08, D- D Principal. Mils I.l l V 1. IlLUULU, ll C. K. HTAltK, MlH P. It. I'll AW, iTwo lee td be Rllt.IIt-rl.) 'rof. llt.NKV KI1HINU, Instrumental ansl Yscal Muilc. , Assistant. Ir. J. H. TM FN. Prof. Vocal Music. MIm M Y. Mm llhl.l.. Penmanship. Sirs. HOl'III A rjClittI.NO, Ketdls Wert, Embroidery. c.,c. , Matron. PVIIIrt Institution will be opened fur the reception f M pupils on WeilniwUay, tlic tfth of clepteniber, IsM. Payments for board anil Tuition must be mails balf yearly In advance lo the Treasurer of tlie College. barren. Boarding for Colleirlale year of ten months, Inclodlng fuel, lifrlits, rooms and lodging, $1,00 per sret-k. Wash ing ii'S cents per dozen. Instruction in Primary Class ilO 00 " Preparatory " 1ft 00 " Miner ' " SO 00 8ophomore " K8 Oil " Junior " OU Senior " 85 On i Munie and use of Instrument 40 00 Lessons in French, Latin, Drawing, Painting, Ac. 16 00 Kadi pupil, whether boarding in the Institution or not, will be charged one dollar entrance fee. No extra cliarircs. Circulars of the rk'hool, In pamphlet form, furnished by mail on application to the undersigned. Those who may have It iu contemplation to patronise the tfchool are respectfully requested, in all eases, to ad vise the Hecretary by mail er otherwise at their earliest convenience. Aufti, 'M-Om K. J. Ai-TUN, .';. University of Nashville, THIS Institution was founded by the State of North Carolina in 17s as Davidson Academy. It berams Cumberland Cullcgciu lMiti and University of Na.hnUs iu lb'.a. Tho I-Herory Department, Will be re-opened under a uew Organization, and with Dew lluildings on the Pirt We.iuesday of October next. Kev. Kuw.ino iivwurrH, U. t., Proresor uf Ethics and Dl II. h Letters, nnd Chainuau of the Faculty. Rev. J. W. McCi ixucuh, I). D., Professor of Ancient Languages. ALF.x.iM'ia P Ptswikt, A. M., Profcsior of Mathemat ics aud Natural Philosophy. Iter. J. 11. Lindklkt, M. 1)., Professor of Chemistry and the Natural Sciences. Tuition (75 per annum Matriculation fc (S. Xlie Law Icpartnteutt Will also be opened on the first Wedncsduy of Ootobw next. Frascis B. Fogo, Krq., I W uxua F. t'ooiia, Enq., Professors. , Esq., J Fees for Lectures (100 per annum. Tho Itledlcul Hcpnrlnicnt, Closed its first Ha srinn with 121 Students and 3.1 Gradu ates; Us second with lb! Students and 4 (Graduates, and its tliinl triih too Siudeiita and 71 (Iraduates. Tlie Fourth Annual Course of Lectures will oommenca on Monday, the IKuli of October uext, aud coutiuu till the first of the ensuing March. Knsciir M. PiiKTKa, M. I)., Professor ot General and Special Auatomy. J. liuiaits LiMHi.er, M. D., Professor of Cheuil.try and Deim of the Faculty. C. K. Winston, M. D., Professor of Materia Medlca and Medicul Jurisprudence. A. H. BrcnxA!i, M. D., Trofessor of Surgical and Pathological Anatomy. Tim is It. Jr.NxiMui, M. I)., Profcsior of Institutes of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. W. K. Bowling, M. D., Professor of Theory and Prac tice of Medicine. Jons M. Wjtsox, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and tlie Diseases of Women and Children. l'u i. F. Era, M. !., Professor of Principles and Prac tice of Surgery. Wilu aii T. Jiaiaos, M. 1)., Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Anatomical rooms will be opened fur students a the first Monday of October. ' A full Preliminary course of Lectures, free to all Sta dents, will be given by the Professors, commencing n tlie first Monday of October. A Clliiluue has been established, In connection with the University, at which operations are performed and eases prescribed for aud lectured upon in presence of tho Class. Arrangements have been made to accommodate all pa4 tlenta requiring surgical operatiuui. Amount of Fees for lectures in this Department to (loft. Matriculation Fee, (paid once only,) (ft; Practical Anatomy, (10; (IrRdtiating Fee (25. flood Board can be obtained for (it per week. The Annual Announcement giving a full accouotof the several Departments of tlie University may be had by applying to - A. V.8. LINDPLEV, Aug 4, lM Cm 806 .Wy llMrd TrutUf. Xjlttle'M VaTjUito Oil. milllS Is tlie best remedy ever offered to the public for J the vnrious Diseases of HOHSKS, vis: Swelled Joints, Sprains, Cuts, Saddle and Collar (Jails, Scratches, Poll-Ei il, Fistula, and in fact every description of dis ease to which the Horse it liable. It Is now iu general uso as a LINIMENT FOR MAN, as no better can be made, and hua been very successful ly nsed for Pains and Korea of almost every kind, and in some instances has made a perfect cure of Rheuma tism, For tale by O. W. Ross k Co., Athens. J. A. WnitniT k Co., SweetwaUr. And by Druggists and Merchants throughout the coun try. Principal Depot Scotttville, Albemarle co., Va. July , ism-ty . BUB ALl'KED SAKKa. T. D. C1IWIU. BIKER Si CASWELL, (aiotLitv Aixn ninjiiasiOK JVLOroll.MXi.taM, Broad street, AuKUtta, Ga., WILL promptly attend to the aale of Corn, Whtat, Ilacon, Lurd, Oats, Ac, consigned to their cars. Advances, ir required, made on Produce in Store. Aug. 1, 1?54 ly 808 JAMES ARMSTRONG, FonuARi)iG and connissioif Aioroiiaut, No. il Market street, ('harleatoiis S. C. NO'I'K'F. As the South Carolina Rail Road Com pany will cense tu forward Uoods on and after tha 1st of July, IkM, I offer my services at Forwarding and Commission Merchant. All Uoods directed to my care, will be forwarded promptly and with despatch. I will also receive and sell any frofliire consigned to mt, or forward at directed; and offer the following namsd gentlemen as litrn nees :U. W. Conner; Courtney, Tennent A Co; Gillilumls, Howell A Co.; Hyatt, Mcllurnty A Co.; Town send, Crane A Co.! I). p. Fleming A Co.; Iliitllniid, liar- mi a to.; iiuuina c rrice; riersou, Jennings A Co.; w. II. Bench; 11. W. A J. P. Force A Co.; Hand, Williams A Wilcox; Chamberlain, Miler A Co.; Shepherd, McCreery A Co.; Rankin, PulllainA Co.; Hare, Calhoun A Co.; John Eraser A Co.; Ueo. E. Clarke A. 8. Hull A Co.; Geo. Z. Walilnm A Co.; SussdorflTA Leldiue: Cameron. Webb A Co.; Dewing, Thayer and Co.; Ewhank and Uantt; Brown and Stone; Condict, Jennings and Co.; 11. II. Williams; D. A. Ambler; E. U. Stoddard and Co.; Oustavut Follin; J. 8. and L. Bowie and Co.; Bates and Mitchell; Mi: Car ter and Co.; llaselline and Walton; Roosevelt, Hyde and Clark; Bancroft, Belts and Marshall; Drowning and Io nian; Oinilriiilt and Duucan; F. D. Fanning and Co.; f. Launeuu; P. M. Cohen nnd Co.; T. M. Horsey and Co.; James Adger and Co.; W. W. and J. R. Read; Fogartie and Dclaud; W. O. Bancroft and Co.; James C. Jones; John Russell; Ketrhuin, Taylor and Co.; Ilayden, Brother anil Co.; Ilayne and Yates; H. Ilawley; James E. Spear; Caldwell, Blukely and Co.; Holmes and Stoney; II f. miner ana in.; nintinessen, Ninons and Co.; K. nuiin; W. and J. K. Ailger, Slmonds, Ruff and Co.; John Dtly; Fackler, Colcock and Co. Sept. 1, 1S64 m 10 Goods at-Cost I WE would reftpcctfUlly announet to tht public thtl our time of piirintTsliip will expire ioont and In order tn cloie up our buiiiicis we will fell, FUR CAHH, our entire utiick of Cood at Oosti Our utock ciniurfiiefl nil the urtkin ubuhIIy kepi In till; nmrkot, iuch nn Clntlm, Casaliucres, Jcaui, BattU ntt, Cuttoiadca, Kunry Hlrlpct, Tie Ialnen, ((ii.jrliriiiia. I'opllm, Miulinn, 811 ki, Jaconeta, Iiitwii, Kdiriftsi, Iimcrtium, Hil'hont, tHurea, Ilotlcr. Ac. A tiVta uutvk or Meu'i and Iloya Hutu, Boots aud tioes, Hurilwrtre mid Cullery. A I no, a good lot of If eiuiy-mum t ioiiiinir for Fill and Winter wear. We will it 11 anv of tha abort ftrtlclc at 4ht tttirt Oirrittfff, at wliolnnle or retail. Anr i t son wi-hing to cnimire In the trade would do well to cull und examine our stm-k. McflPADJ-EN k 1IORTON. P. P. Prrnona Indebted to us for the rmrm and lrSs'tR would do well to rail Immedlntelj and settle up, al mom j we wtint, and money wt niiift hnrc. eept. o, McpFAUDKN A II0RT0N. TRANSt'OllTATION Between Savannah and Ansrusta nr tiir FASHION IJ N E. IbrougU In 31 to 3d lioun. No Dr.TB.iTioM to Good at eitiihb Tout. BOATS will leav Savannah every other Hay after lOtli of July next, and being of light er draught of water than any other Boatt on the Itiver, will rnn ropularly nt all itngei f water. Twelve and half Der eent. will deducted front their present low rate of fi-einlit, which is now ahout one-half Kuil Koad rate. Direct to tho rate of M. A. COHEN, uMnA. JNO. A. JKKlKE, Augusta. To prevent error, send Bills of Lading to M. A. Conns, Savannah. t Jf All Goods forwarded at Savannah and Augusta free of euiiimisaion, notwitliatandiog the Itailroada hnve eeated to forward. " ne'i3, 18l4 flln 800 Xl0 1Blia 1 PlOUgba.! ON hand a lot of Barb'a superior I'longh. and for sole low by Aug II B. K. REEDIB.