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AYER'S
PUIS.
FOB ALL THE PUBPOSE3 OF A
FAMILY niYSIC.
TnKtB has lotifi existed public demand for an
effective pnrfrative pill which could be relied on as
lire and perfectly safe in its operation. This has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an extcn
eive trial of its Tirtuca has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easr to make a physical pill, bat no easy to
make the beat of all piih one which should have
Bone of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been unfortunate foi
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
jrripin (I pain and revulsion In the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
tlicni. These pills produce no irritation or pain,
unions it arise from a previously existinfj 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
ue in the several diseases to which thev are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
mat mention Liver Complaint, in its various furms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Ixiss of Ap
petite, Listlcssness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain jn the Bide
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient, they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness, l'iles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body,
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
They nave alv produced some singularly suc
cessful enrcs in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
Krysipclns, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the
Back, Stomach, and Side. Thev should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
end prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulate the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite andyigor: They purify the blood, and, by theii
stimulant action on the circulatory system, renn
Tate the strength of the bodv, and restore tho
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional doso is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as overy purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which
physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to tho reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a hotter purpose than any thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are one known, the public will no longer
doubt what rc.iedy to employ whea in need of a
cathartic medicine.
PREPARED BY
JAMES C. AYEIt,
Practical nnl Analyticnl Chemist,
LOWELL, MASS.
frioe 25 Cent per Box. Tive Soxes for $1.
AYE It'S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
For the rapid Cora of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BROXnilTIS, WHOOPIXG-COFGII,
(KOI P, ASTHMA, AND
CONSUMPTION.
This remedy has won for itself uch notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the field of its use
. fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
In porsons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperato diseases of the
bintrs bv its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appar
ent to escapo observation, and where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which aro incident
to our elimato. And not only in formidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but for tho milder varieties
of Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, &c. ; and for
Children it is the pleasantcst ana satcst medicine
that can be obtained. .
As it has long been in constant use throughout
this section, we need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the best that it ever
las been, and that the genuine article is sold by
a, W. iU.-.-. in Athens: J. CllKSN H IT,
riiilmlttlnliin: and l)V dealers in Medicines
generally. fuuircli IT, '84 ly 181
t 1 1 ToIuTin a.
Grubb &. Engledow
aOONTl N U K to enrry on tho Tailoring lSusi
J ness, at the old stand, and solicit tbe work
of tlioir friends and tho public. All gorments
made in Mm host style and on the shortest
cotiee. Prices moderate.
, April 8. '68 tf 237
Corn SltelUre.
V-FIRST rate lot of Com Shellers, Straw
Cutters, and Well Buckets, on hand and
for snle by U. 11. 31ILLS fc (J
Den. 2a, '5S 273 Cleveland.
. Circuit Court of IMeiiri County Tinn,
Polly Howsor, Jnmes, S. Martin, Samuel Mar
tin, Lafayette Martin, Willio. O. Mnrtin,
lease Marl in, James M. Martin, Josinli Mar
tin, Luke P, Mnrtin, John II. Martin, Mary
, Powell, John Powell, John Chnttin, Mary
. Clinttin, mid Eniilv Cliiittin, by tlioir next
friend Jnines llnwser, and John Stanley,
Susan Ismii and Jonathan Isoni, and Mary
Askins and husband Samuel.
vs.
Jacob A. Martin, James Ii Mnrtin, Pnteey
xuion, .Mnrtin union, r.iniiv Jiunin, jjoui
sa Martin, John Mnrtin, John M. Howies,
Polly Bowles. Nancy Howies, Ruth Bowles,
Joseph Bowles, Willio Howies Elizabeth
Howies, Otna Love and Josiah Love. Mary
E. Mnrtin and Lucy Miiltin, by their Guar
'. uian Arnold Walker.
J'etilion to sell Land
XT appearing from the allegations in tliohill
filed in this cause that all the aforesaid
defendant art non resident citirens of tho
State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that
publication le made in the Athena Post, a
newspaper puwisiieil in tno town ol Alliens,
McMinn ooiinty.Teiineasec.for fouroonsecutive
weeks, notifying all the said non resident de
fendants !o make their personal appearance
at our next Circuit Court, to be held in the
town of Decatur, on the 4th Monday in Jan
uary, 1855, then and there to plead, answer,
or demur to onmplainant's bill filed against
tliein in said C'irt, or the same Trill ba taken
as confessed and set for hearing accordingly
as to them. W. I MuKINLEY, Clerk.
Nov. in, 1831 U prs fee 7.80 820
Lands and Negroes
FOIl J9.A.XjX3.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Worshipful
County Court of MeMinn eonnty, render
ad at Its November session, 1884, we will pro
ceed to sell, on Thursday Ilia 21st day of Do
eeinber nixt, the following described proper
ty, to wit: Three Hundred and Nineteen
Aersa of Land, adjoining the lands of Rice
villa, being tho well known farm of John
Kice, deceased, and one of the ftiost desirable
placea between Calhoun and Athena. The
railroad runs through it, is as well, if not
better, timbered a any farm in the valley,
is well situated for m'eadowa, and lias fine
springs of water. Also, Nine Likely Negroes
three women, one boy about IS years of
age, three smnllers boys and two girla, tho
oldest about niuf years. Terms of sale, one
thousand dollars cash payment on tho N'e
Uroe will be required twelve months credit
on th balance, and on the land, the pur
chaser giving bond and security and a lien
retained on the nrormrtr until all the inr-
ehase money is paid. The sale to take place
at th late residence of tho said Rice, Jeo'd,
MeMinn county, Tennessee.
All person having claims agninst the estate
of John Rice, deceived, are requested to pre
sent them iiiiincdiatcl". proiierly autheuti
eated. ' IL RICH
f. W. RICE,
Administrators.
Xov. 10, It I CI Trs fee 1 10 8J0 "
IZSVZrZrY illf urns, r ?
ros the coiipleti cm a or
Coughs, Colds, Infiuenia, Asilima,Ilronchitis
ijjntting of Blood, and all other Lung
Complaints tending to
CONSUMPTION.
THIS preparation is petting into rise all
over our country. The numerous letters
we receive from our'vnrioiis agents, informing
us of cures effected in their immediate neigh
borhoods, warrant us in saying it is one of the
best, if not the eery bt Cough Medicine now
before the public. It almost invariably re
Here ami iivl tin frequently cures the vert worst
cotes. When all oilier Cough preparations
have failed, this has relieved the patient, as
Druggists, dealers in Medicines, and Physi
cians can testify. Ask tho Agent in your
nearest town, w hat has been his experience
of the effects of this medicine. If he has
been selling it for any length of time he will
tell von
If IS THE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT.
Below we give a few cxtrnets from letters
we have received lately regarding the virtues
of this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga.. says: "I
Jiave been using your Liverwort and Tar verg
extensively in in; practiee for three years past,
and, it is with pleasure I state my belief in its
surruioRiTT ovgn am other articles with which
lam acquainted, for vhieh it is recommended"
Messrs. Fitzgerald it llen.n rs, writ ing from
Wavnesville, N. C, say: " The Liver irort
and Tar is becoming daily mnre popular in this
country, and wk think jmi.v an. All who
have tried it speak in commendable terms of it,
and say it is beneficial -in alleviatina the com
plaints for tehich it is recommended.'
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S.
R, McFnll, assures us "that In uses it mth
great benefit in his own fnniilv, and recom
mends it to his neighbors." fie gives an in
stance of a negro woman, in his vicinity, who
had been suffering with disease of the Lungs
for years, attended with severe cough, who
was relieveed by the Liverwort and Tar.
Such are the good reports we hear of this
Medicine from all parts of the South. For a
report of the surprising cures it has perform
ed in the Western and Northern and Eastern
States, we would invite the suffering patient
to read the pamphlet which accompanies eacli
bottle. To all, we sav, have hope, have hone I
thy the Medicine 1 1
be warned in season 111
And neglect not that cough which is daily
weakening your constitution, irritating your
throat and lungs, and inviting on that dread
disease, consumption, when so soothing and
Healing a remedy can be obtained as Dr.
Ropers' Liverwort ond Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and Base Imitations t
Hie genuine article is signed Andrew
Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around
each bottle.
Price, ! per bottle, or six bottles for $5.
Sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVIL fc MEAD,
1 1 1 Chart res st., bet Conti a St.Loui,N O.,
Sole Agents fur the Southern States, to whom
nil orders and applications for Agencies
must be addressed.
Sold by P. II. KwTn fc Co., Athens.
Cowan A Hammond, Charleston,
W. H. Crakimii.ks, Cleveland,
' Moss A McKamt, Benton.
J. A. A C. W.Cofein, Madisonville.
And agents in every town in tho State.
Dec. 2. 18536ni 271
ttltention! Copper .Miners!
C. II. MILLS & CO.,
Cleveland, Tknn.,
HAVE just, received a large lot of heavy
Manilla Rope, for sinking shafts, which
they will sell cheap. If you wish your orders
promptly filled, address
C. II. MILLS t CO.,
Dec. 23. '55274 Cleveland.
Jl'HT receiver! from Hie manufacturers In New York
and IlnKtrtn the following very fine first clan Pianos:
One elejrnnt finish Ilufleirood, 7 octave. Iron Frame;
One llniiilnnlr " " " " "
One square plain style, Iron frame, round corners ;
One " " " " " " "
The above Instruments are hnltt for durability and
strength as well as for beauty of architecture; and for
sweetness as well as fullness of tone. Those wishlnc to
purchase arc Invited to call anil examine them. The
subscriber sells none but the very best of sclectori In'
struments. II. O. COOKK.
Also, on hnml s fine assortment of Plauo Music.
Sept. 1,1 SM tf 810
C. M. NORTIIRUP,
-A. ttoruoy At Xj tx tjct.
lintlnnoofrn, Term.,
WII.I, practice In Hamilton, nrntNcr, Rhea. Ttlwl
soe anil Marion comities, in Tennessee. Will col
lect debt in all luwer Kurt Tennessee, aug. 2.1, "M tf
Valuab'e Lands and Negroes
pon js-A-Xje.
BY virtue of n decree of tho Worshipful
County Court of McVlinn county, ren
dered at its November Session, 1854, we will
sell, at publio sale, to the highest bidder, up
on a credit of one nnd two years, with inter
est after the expiration of one yenr from the
day of sale, on Wednesday the 2nth dny of
December next, nt the Into residence of Mrs.
Elinirn Cooper, doo'd, the following described
lands nnd negroes, to wit: One hundred and
sixty acres in tho Ilin-nssce District, first
rnugn east of the meridian, 6th township, Rd
section and the north-enst quarter of said
section, being the farm or homo place upon
which the snid Flmira Cooper resided nt the
time of her denth. Snid farm Is well situat
ed, on the waters of Chestua Creek, well tim
bered and watered by several enduring
springs of the purest and best water con
tnins a Inrgo amount of cleared land in a
high state of cultivation, with good orchards
and comfortable buildings, is situated in a
pleasnnt and healthy neighborhood, and con
stitutes a most desirable residence. There
will nlso be sold nt. the same time and place,
one undivided hnlf interest, in Ihc following
tracts or parcels of land, laid off in gold lots,
in Monroe county, Tenn., viz: Lot No. 16, sec.
8(1, range 4 east; also, lot No. I, sec. 1, range
4 cast; also, lot No. 4, sec. So, range 6 east;
also, lot No. 8, seo. 23, range 4 east; nlso, lot
No. 12, seo. ft, range ft east each of said
lots containing 40 acres nnd being in 1st frac
tional township north nnd range 4 and 5 east
of the basis line in the Ocnee district. Al
so, at the same time and Jdace, a Negro girl,
Nancy, aged about 8 years nnd a Negro boy,
Frazier, aged about 6 years said negroes are
well grown and of the likeliest kind"
Said property is to be sold for distribution
among the heirs of James and l.lniira Cooper,
deo'd. Persona wishing to purchase valuable
property would do well to attend tho sale
Bond and approved security will be required
for the purchase money, and lien retained
upon the land until the same is paid. Title
unquestioned.
OEORfiE W. COOKE,
HEZEKIAH C. COOKE,
Commissioners.
Nov, 10, 1854 Ct. Trs fee 14. 820
fhanrerf Court at Athena, Trnnosmro.
David D. Ware, .Tno. M. O. Ware, David Ware, John
lllll and "trphen Hill,
r.
Mourning Isabel Ware.
IT appearlnt from an alienation In the bill (lied In this
cause, thai the defemlaul. Mmirnlns Isabel Ware. Is
not a resident rltlien of the flste of Tennessee. It is
therefore ordered that piiblleallon be made Id the Athena
rnst, a newspiiiwr puixuiied In the town or Athens, Mo
Minn county, Ti nnessce, Air four suoensve weeks, noli
fyina the sold Mournlna Isabel Wart to make her ner-
ihmI appearancs at our next Chancery Court, to ba
holilen In Athena aforesaid, on the Sd Monday In Febru
ary, to plead, answer or demur to complainants
Mil filed ai-alnst her In said Court, or the tame will be
taken at confessed at to her. and set for liearlns ta
part. WM. MIWKV, C. f !f.
rov. a, inm it r-rt ft 1
Wood ( hoppers Wanted.
rpHE subscribers. Tellico Iron Works, wish
L to employ 200 wood choppers. 45 nents
per cord, in cash, will be paid.
WELCH, HARRIS A CO.
Nov. 10, 18.14 3nt 820
Cash for Rags I
A 17 ANTED, 10O.000 lbs. of clean Cotton
' T and Linen llaus for which Cash will bs
paid by ROBERT T. (JETTVS A CO.
Athens, Oct. 20, 1854 tf 817
M. If. MAY, SI. D.,
SURGEO.X ASD PHYSICIAN,
ATHENS, TENN.,
I) ESrECTFULLV tenders his professional
l services to the public.
Jan. 14. 1 22
. OTXi llak17
WITH
M. L. II A LLO W KLL Sc CO.,
luroKTiits or
SILKS AU FANCY GOODS,
No. 147 Market st, and 21 North 4th St.,
I'MladelpMa.
may 19, 1854 tt 295
WAI. LOiVRY, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Athens, Texnfrsfk.
Omr in the Office of the Chancery Court
Clerk, over the office of the "Athens Post."
Ajril 22. '62 tf 239
L E U T Y'S if 0 T E L.
LOUDON, TENN.
GEO. W. 3IAYO
"1 TTOULD annnnnco to the public that he
r f has removed from the "Athens Hotel"
and taken charge of the above House, where
he will be iinppy to wait, on all who may
favor the establishment with their company.
Feb. 17 1854 tf 282
ATHENS HOTEL,
ATHENS, TENN.
W. P. II. Al'DEIt AIOTT
HAVING taken clinrge of the above Hotel,
respectfully snlieits a share of the pat
ronage of the publio. His table will be fur
nished with the best the country affords.
Feb. 10, IS14 tf 281
C IT Y HOTEL,
South side Public Square,
MURFUEESBOUOUGII, TENN.
J0n W. THOMAS, Proprietor.
IIIS House has recently beecn opened, nnd
the proprietor hopes by a well furnished
table, moderate charges, good accommoda
tions and attention to business, to merit, a
liberal share of public patronage.
march 8, 1854 ly 284
A Rb WARE.
c i!i:tm:y. tfn'Rt Jk co.,
DIRECT lUrORTKRS OP
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Ac,
No. 85 Haykk strekt,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAM 0. COCRTNKT. GILBKRT B TENN A NT.
JAHKS B. KVANS.
Jnne 17, '6S tf ' 247
GEO. W. BRIDGES
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATHENS, TENNESSEE.
1RACTICESin the different counties com
posing the Third Judicial Circuit will
attend to the collecting and securing of claims
and will give his undivided nttcution to all
business entrusted to his care
March 2. 1 849 tf 23
nORTjAMffiS'B. TAYLOR"
ATHENS, TENNESSEE,
WILL hereafter give his whole attention
to the Practice of Medicine.
June 3, 1853 tf 24
Agricultural Implements.
HA VINO received an Agency from the
Nashville Agricultural Manufacturing
Company, for the sale of their superior Agri
cultural Implements, we would invite the nt
tention of Farmers to our present stock of
ii agons, six norse ana two norse, iron ana
wood axels; City and ltailroad Carts; Wheel
barrows; Canal Barrows; Pious; Cultivators,
etc., Ac.
The attention of Farmers is particularly so
licited to ourstock of large "Sub-soil" Plows.
A friend writing to us some 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 for such purposes
in America, and destined to find more ready
snle, and to accomplish better service to tho
planting interests in the South, 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 30, '54. KEVES A HENDERSON.
Furniture ! Furniture !
TTTE have just received a lot of Household
it Furniture, of the latest styles, consisting
of thefollowingnrticlas, vin: Bedsteads, Ttu
renns, Centre .Tables, Side Tables, Hoik Ta
bles, Writing Tables and Dining Tables; also,
Sofns; Plush, Ilair-cloth and Cane Sent Rock
ing Chairs, and one set of Parlor Chairs. The
publio, nnd 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.
June 9 kEVES A HENDERSON.
BREAKFAST HOUSE,
i:. Tenn. A ;n. II. H.
T. JS. ZinZSGXlS
RESmTm.l.Y Informs the traveling public that
he has opened a House of Entertainment in the
lmiff white house with tho oak tree in front, at the
Athens Depot, where he will be glad to serve all who may
call on him with the best the country affords.
Alliens, Sept I, ISM tf 810
TO THE PUBLIC.
Cnncrr ran be Cured without
be
Knife nnd without l'uln. ,
r"MIE undersigned tenders his services to
1 , his friends nnd the publio generally,
tor the trentmenl ot nil Kinds of Ulcers, tu
mours. Cancer in all its different forms-
Sore eves. Scrofula, Female Complaints, Can
cer ol tho 'Jterus, (Womb.) Fistuln-in-Ano
and Fistuln in the Perineum, (without the use
of the knife,) Prolapsus uteri, (falling of the
womb,) 1 ilea, l hronio diseases, e., Ac
Those afflicted with any of the above dis
eases and wish a speedy cure, would do well
to apply as soon as possible, especially thoso
who are afllictcd with Cancer, a" this most
fearful disease, can soon be cured, -unless some
vital organ is involved. My medicine gives
no pain wben applied to the caneered parts.
It. W. JANUARY.
M urfreesboro', Tenn.
Attention is invited to the following state
ments: STATEMENT OF HON. CAVE JOHNSON.
Mr. Thos. J. Adams, who signed the above
certificate, is a respeotable citizen of Mont
gomery county. He came to my house to see
Dr. January live or six weeks ago; I then snw
the tumor on his face, which lie supposed to
be a cancer, it was immediately under the left
eye, and was so large as to effect seriously his
vision. The base of the tumor appeared to be
about the size of a quarter of a dollar, and
f Towing from the face in a conical form, at
east an inch. He then promised the Doctor
to visit him at Mnrfreesborongh, which he
did during the next week. After an absence
of about three weeks ha returned. 1 again
examined the place, thenrnturbancehnd been
entirely taken off, though not cured up. I
have again examined it to day, it is entirely
healed up, and to all appearance is well. It
was cured, as lie assured me, without, pain.
CAVE JOHNSON.
Clarksvillo, Tern., Oct. 15, 1861.
READ.
W whose names are here annexed do cer
tify, that on Thursday, lCth Juno, w exa
mined a patient, Miss Elizabeth C Demsey,
who had been tinder the treatment of Dr. ft.
W. January, of this city, for cancer; and feel
no hesitation in saying that the cancer ap
peared to be entirely well, and the wound
healed up. The patient pronounced herself
cured, and tho same day returned home, to
Bedford county, ncarSliclhyville, Given un
dor our hands this 8th of July, 18S2.
IW. PAR LOW,
8. 1). CHRISTY,
: ' W. J. LYTLE,
D. W. TAYLOR,
J. W. H ALU
M. O. REEVES,
M). BALDWIN.
Murfrecsboro'Tenn., Feby 24, 1854 ly 283
MonEof that No. 1 Tthnrro at the farmers
Oiesp Bor, by C. F. T, f. OIIW.N.
$100,000
WORTH OF REAL ESTATE
in rns
CITY OF KOXVIIXE, TENTH.,
INCUVDISO
naKinrcsItouacsisind Reaidrncrii, mills
nd Mill bites, and Varaat Lota,
Admirably located in the eentr of the city, to be
sold WITHOUT RESER V, at PUBLIC
A UCTION, in Knoxville, on Tuesday, Jan
vary 9th, 1855.
rpHE undersigned will offer for sale, TOSI
1 TIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE, at Pub
lic Auction, on Tuesday, the 9th of January,
1855 and succeeding days until sold, about
100,000 worth of Real Estate, in the eity of
Knoxville, Tenn.. The property consists of
lots upon Main, Cumberland, Gay, Hill, Water,
Prince, Walnut, Church and other streets of
the city, and also MILLS and MILL SITES.
Many of the lots hove already upon them val
uable BUSINESS HOUSES and RESIDEN
CES, paying good Rents, while the unimprov
ed bits are so located as to otfer great induce
ments to persons desiring to invest in Real
Estate in this thriving city. The mills and
mill sites, situated within the limits of the
city, are more advantageously located for Jan
ufacturing purposes than any other property
in or near Knoxville.
Diagrams of the property are being prepar
ed, and will be distributed or furnished to
applicants addressing either of the undersign
ed. Terms : 20 per cent cash or approved pa
per, on day of sale will be required. Nolo
for the remainder at 6, ii and 18 months,
with interest and mortgage upon property un
til paid. J.W.J.NILES,
CM. M'GIIEE.
Nov. 10, 1854 td 820
Hugh L. Tinley,
Of Knoxville, Tennessee,
II
A VINO some years experience in the Transporta
tion of Uoods through Teuuetsee and Alabama,
and
joiin iiEnnorff,
Of lliarlt'Slon, IS. '.,
Who has an experience of W years In the commerce of
Charleston, the last seven of the time spent in the Re
ceiving and Forwarding Department of the 8011th Caroli
na Hail Road Company, respectfully offer their servievs
as (iKNKltAl, AtlKNTS AND COMMISSION MKR
CHANTS, for the receiving and forwardiua of all Goods,
Wares, Merchandise and Machinery through Charleston.
ALSO,
For the sale of all kinds or Kast Tennessee and South
ern 1'liOIIUCK, via; Flour, Corn, Bacon, Lard, Tohacco,
Cotton, Kice, Wheat, Oats, Itye, Feathers, Itutter, Kggi,
Ac, Ac.
We are not now, nor do we Intend to be, during th
continuance of our business, either directly or indirectly
etiiriiged in any speculations whatever, therefore intend
to devote our i'KllONAl. attention to the very best in
terests of our customers, relying solely upon our enera-y
and promptness to sustain us, and hoping by unremitting
care and attention to merit and receive a share of public
patronage. t
Office and Warehouse on Atlantic Wharf, three build
ings east of Post Oflice and Custom House.
We beg leave to refer to the following gentlemen :
N. Gammon A Con, Craighead A Deadriclc, aud mer
chants generally, Knoxville, Tenn.
y. A. Tipton, Kail Koad Agent, and merchants gener
ally, Loudon, Tenn.
French A Van Kpps, and I. J. Bryant, Chattanooga,
Tenn.
W. B. A. Ramsey, Secretary of Plate; A. It. Crosier,
Comptroller of Treasury, aud M. M. Swan, Nashville,
Tenn.
It. n. N'orvell. Uuntsvllle, Ala.
C. L. King, Decatur. Ala.
J. R. Love A Co., Whitesburg, Ala.
M. I., "wan, llelfont. Ala.
P. D. Gates, 12 Broadway, New York.
Col. Jnmes Gadsden, Charleston.
John Caldwell, President of fouth Carolina Rail Road,
Thomas Waring, Auditor of South Carolina Rail Road.
John King. Agent of South Carolina Rail Itnad.
Ilratt, Mcllurncy A Co., and J. 8. A I.. Bowie A Co.,
Charleston, 8. C. Sept. 18, ISM tf
A. 1 "P. H H A 1P O U D,
niCEVILLE, TENN.,
HAS just received nnd opened a well se
leated and extensive stock of
Fait and Winter Goods,
to which he invites the attention of the peo
ple living in the vicinity of Kiceville, nnd the
public generally. Having selected his Goods
with great core in the cities of New 1 ork and
Philadelphia, he is prepared, ns he thinks, to
offer inducements to persons wishing to fur
nish themselves with cheap nnd good Goods.
lie thinks it. unnecessary to enumerate all
the articles, as Ins stock is large enough, 111
cludine most, all articles belonging to tho re.
tail trade; and he also has a large and fine
stock of
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
which he has just received from New Orleans,
All of which he proposes selling at the lowest
prices. Don't take his word for it, but just
come over to llicoville nnd examine for your
selves. Nov 8. 1854 297
Valuable Property for Sale.
VN Monday, the 18th day of December
J next, there will be offered for sale to the
highest bidder the property now owned by J.
A. and V m. S. Gnuldy, lying on Conasogua
Creek, in McMinn county, 12 miles South of
Athens and 24 miles ISortli ot the city or
VYetmnre, on Uiwassee Kiver, which is as fol
lows: One tract of Land containing
Four Hundred Acres,
together with good GRIST AND SAW MILLS
the Mills are numbered amongst the best
in East Tennessee, all in good repair. The
water-wheels are Cast Iron to both Grist
and Saw Mills, and can't he equaled for speed
in this section of country by water power and
make as fine an article of flour as can be
made in Tennessee. There is a good stone
dnm thnt will never rot nor wash way.
Also, one yoke of Oxen, one two horse
Waggon, one pair of Timber Wheels and some
other property. All will be sold on a credit
of eight months, at the end of which two
thousand dollars must be paid on the Land
property, and the balance to be paid in two
instalments with interest from that date, the
one half in twelve months nnd the balance in
two years. Note with approved security will
be required. J. A. A WM. S. GOULDY.
Oct. !i7, 1854 td. 818
Ocorc Male and Female Seminary,
Georgetown, Tenn.
f "TMIEeleventh session of this Institution will
X commence Monday, iOth February.
TERMS, per Session of Five Months:
Orthography, Heading. Writing, 4c, 6 00
Mental Arithmetic, Modern Geography,"
nnd History, 8 SO
Written Arithmetic, English Grammar,
Natural, Moral nnd Mental Sciences,
Highoi Branches of Mathematics, and
Lnngiings, 10 00
Civil Engineering, Surveying and Draw
ing, 18 00
Contigcnt fee, pa uable invariablq in advance 60
Tuition will be charged from the date of
entrance to the close of the Session, and no
deduction mado except in eases of sickness.
The price of bonrd ranges from 1 tofl 60
per week, washing, c., included. Voting
men wishing to board themselves will occupy
the rooms belonging to the Institution. Hill
of Merit, Ao., will bo forwarded at the request
of the parent or guardian.
H. B. HEY WOOD, Principal,
Feb. 8 1854 tf 820
MEDICAL N O T I C E.
JOIIN L. ATLEE, M. D
HAVING loeated himself at Athens, Tenn.,
offers his services to the public generally,
t-" lie can be found at all times in his
office South of tho Bridge, except when pro
fessionally absent.
Athens, May 6, 1853 tf S41
ITe pot house
Athena, Tenn,
"W3VT. a. 0-.
WOl LP respectfully Inform his friends anil the
trarellng-4uMllc generally, that he has opened a
House of Entertainment at tli Athens llenot. when all
who wish to call shall b (ccoiutnndated at M) cents per
ineal.
Vpt.l.tWVt tf IU
ToAohdr Wantocl
TO take charge of rre,t lllll Academy. None need
apply but those who have taken a thorough Colle-
rials Course, and hava estnhllli.rf ehararler fi,r toaj-li.
log. forest lllll Academy Is now In rapid itrogress on
construction, ana win be completed in time for lbs
School to commence by the 1 st of October nsxt
lly onler of the Board nf Trnste.
Aug. 8ft, JX54, WM. II, BALLEW, Stemtary.
Klrt Flows I
WE have Just received another lot of large turning
l'LOWH, of different siacs and patterns aonie ex
tra larga Oct.H?) KKVKr) A HKNPKHSON.
Toatt Lolda.
Sri.rntTRlO, Nitric and Hydrochloric or Murlalls
AHds, ot the rurest quality, for sals low, by
July 21 0. W. ROW.
Wholesale Drug Store,
A usruatau firorsrm.
XJAJnnY ct BATTBY,
(.Nwmusurs to D'Antignae at Barry,)
RFSPECTFU.lt solicit th patronge of the Mer
chants of East TeLBessee. They will be always
supplied with s moat extensive assortment of
"edirinen, Indiaro,
l'n in ta, Kladilrr,
Oil, Perlumrry,
Glaaa, Ac, Vr., Ac,
and every article kept by Druggists, which will be sold
at prices that must prove satisfactory.
We truat our Tennessee friends will call and examine
our stocks aud price. plci.lS, IsM lr-l
ATHENS FOUNDRY
ASD
3VX.oliiM.o Worlis,
THE subscribers would respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of Athens and the
public generally, that they are now in opera
tion and prepared to do
OASTXNCr
of every description in their line, and would
therefore solicit ordersfrom all those who may
want anything of the kind.
They are now easting and have for sale dif
ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook
Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of
Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber, Office and Shop
Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; AVaflla Irons;
Ploughs, right and left hand.
Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water
Wheel, which will saw f.-om two to five thou
sand feet per day. II kinds of
3VT A'O H I TsT 23 H.
fitted up in the best and most durable manner,
and upon short notice.
Also, Iron Railing of every description.
They are also prepared to do all kinds of
Drnss casting.
The highest Cash price will be paid for
OLD COPPER.
ZIMMERMAN 4 TTIOMAS.
V. S. We have connected with the Works
an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons
wishing castings can have patterns made to
order. Z. it
Athens. Tenn., Oct. 20. 1854 tf 817
3riri.o Class.
THE Third Session of the Music Class will commtnes
on Wednesday, the 6th of geptember.
Sept. 1,'M H.O.COOKE.
Safely Fuse
1 fi finn feet Safet.v Fu r Mating
J v")UUV ' purposes, offered at greatly
reduced prices, by
C. II. MILLS A CO.,
Dee. 28. 'o8 278
Cleveland.
A. D. KIVK8. 1. M. I1EMIKB80X.
KEYES & HENDERSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN PRODUCE, AC,
Jfthent, Tenn.
June 9, 1854 tf 298
Wholesale Druggists.
ITaiUand, llarral Si Rislcy,
No. 8 0 Maiden Lane,
N E W Y O R K.
i. O. IIAVILAND, n. W. R IS LET,
JAMES nARBAL, Wat. K. KITCHEN.
Hayiland, llarral Si Co.,
No. 25 Hayne Street,
C II A It L E S T O N, S. C.
IIAVILAND. IIA11RAL RIRLET,
W. STEVENSON, E. L. UARRAL, W. K. KITCIIEX.
Hay Hand, Risley & Co.,
No. 274 Broad Street,
(Near the Globe Hotel,)
AUGUST A, G A.
IIAVILAND, HARRAL A RI8LKV,
T. W. CHICHESTER, W. K. KITCHEN.
Feb. 17, 1864 ly 282
RANKIN, PUL LlIjlTc 0.,
IMPORTERS AND WAOLKSAI.E DEALERS IN
Foreign and Jim, rt can Dry floods.
AND
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
181 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. T. RANKIN, A. D. SMITH.
R. W. PULLIAM, I
P. M. CRAIGMILES,
Feb. 25, 1853 tf
B. M D. M ELRATII
231
JOHN R. WALLACE & BROTHERS,
WI10LBSAI.S AMD RETAIL DRALUtS IX
Hardware, lloota, Shoe, ;rorrrlcs,
awttaui. k a-owuer, ift'tasron Bleci,
and Safety line,
Corner of Whitehall and Alabama streets,
ATLANTA, OA.
W N. B. Particular attention Is paid to the New
Orleans market from which we are constantly receiving
sunpnea.
I. a. WALLACE. C E. WALLACE. f. W. WALLACE.
Aug. IS, 104 -ly 808
MILTON P. JARNAGIN,
Attorney at Vase find Solicitor in Chnatery,
Athens, Tenness.
ATTENTION given to the collecting busi-
: .11 1 m
iicbb ,11 nu nisei ,ttBb ivuueasee.
June 8, '58 tf 245
McEwen & Gillespie
HAVE received and opened a large stock
ofVIMTi:i OOO'iS!
to which they respectfully invite the atten
tion of their friends and customers.
November 1, 1858 tf
BOGrAIlT'8 HOTBIj,
(About 180 slept North of the Depot,)
PHILADELPHIA, TEN IV.,
"sTS still open for the entertainment nf Travelers. Per.
I sons traveling on the Cars, stopping at or starting
,rm (inn ihiiiii, win we particularly atienuea to. jsag
gage carried to awl from the Depot without charge.
Thos who have patronised us during the last four or
live years have our thanks, and we solicit and hope to
merit a continuance of patronage.
August 4, lHMtf 80s
WILLIAM II. COOPER,
Wart-BouM and Commission Merchant,
LaOranqe, Troup oountt. Ok.,
17ILL attend to the sale of all kinds of
PRODUCE, such as Corn, Oats, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Lime, Ac, consigned to him.
Reference: The former proprietors, ii. B
Anioss and Jesse McLendon
march 10, 1864 tf
285
J nut Krcrlved,
Asfw,nfl- Ble 8tone; 8S0 lbs. nice: 10 kegs
Ul f f Nails and for sale by
Aug. stv o. w. now.
Notice.
ALL orders for Agricultural Machinery,
made by Messrs. Wheeler, Meliek A Co.,
Albany, N. V., must be to me direct, or
through my Agents in ERst Tennessee, Mr. 8.
K. Reeder, Athens, apd Mr. M. Nelson, Knox
ville, who are authorised to furnish any of said
machines at manufacturer's cash prices, add
ing enstof transportation. P, 1. UATES,
Fob. 8, 1854 I tf 28h 12 Broadway, N. Y,
t'andlra! Candlra!
TU8T received, a fresh supply of Candles, assorted;
Itaislns, Figs, Prunes, Lemon Pvrup, lmnn Hnjrar,
Ac, Ac, and for salt at Hcpt. 8 BKIIOKN'X.
1 ((( KEKTof Safety Fuse for snle at
lulW march 81. L. PODSOX'S.
I. E. WILLIAMS, JNO. EnEA. O..
Form'lyof Knoxville.T.) (Lateof BlountvUtr,T.
J. E. WILLIAMS & CO.,
(Successors to J. E. WillinmsJ
Cfsirf Commission Jl ercha nt t.
AND PARTICULARLY FOR THE SALE OP
Grain, Bacon, Lard, Feathers and Tennessee
Proiluc generally,
Johnson's Kire-rroof Ware-House,
Atlanta. Georgia.
LETTERS of inquiry, in relation to tho
Markets, Ao., answered promptly.
I am sincerely thankful to the ci'tiron. f
TenncBsoe for the very liberal patronage here
tofore received from them, and respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same to the new
firm, feeling satisfied that, possessing the ad
vantages we now do, wa will be abla ta 1
fully as well for them as can be done in this
market. We will both givs our personal at
tentiea to the business.
JAMES F WILLIAMS,
mareh 17, 1131 tf j8
GILLILANDS, HOWELL & CO,
DIRECT IMPORTERS A DEALERS lit .
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
No. 88 Hayne street,
CIMItLKSHtJS ; ;C.
N.B. Bolting Cloths alwaya on hand.
WM. H. OILLILAND. SJIDNET S. HOWELL.
W. tt. OILLILANB. JAMES OILLILAND
JAMERII. NIOHOLA,
Oct. 81. 1851 tf 162
ALLEN &DUNLAP,
(Late Dunlap t Horn,)
Grocery and Commission Merchants,
MACON, GEORGIA.
STRICT personal attention to orders and
quick returns of sales of Produce.
They will give special attention to eon.
signments from East Tennessee.
I. i. ALLEN. TirNLAP,
march 18,1853 ly 234
DR. J.iS. BITCKNEK,
Dentist.
TN returning his thanks for the very liberal
A. patronage he has already received, would
respectfully announce to all who may need
the aid of a Dentist, that he is well prepared
to execute all work in the various branches
of his profession. General satisfaction will
be given, both in prices and Btyle nf work.
Riceville. Tenn., Dec. 80, 18tr tf 2
Good Medicines.
lavjv
" - --
STABLE It 8
Anodjne Cherry Expectorant.
For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, ite.
STABLER'. S
Diarrhcea Cordial.
fFHE valuable medicines above named, arc
i not empirical, but are prepared in agree
ment with the experience of some of the most
learned and judicious practitioners, and are
not secret, further than is necessary to pro
tect the proprietors and those who use them
from loss and imposition, as the component
inrts have been made known, confidentially,
rom time to time, to perhaps
5i if) PHYSICIANS!!!
in Maryland. Virginia, District of Columbia,
Ohio, and other places, all of whom, without
a single exception, have approved of the formu
la, and most of tliem acknowledge that they
are the best remedies that they have ever
known for the cure of the diseases for which
they are recommended. Our confidence in
the excellence of these medicines, added to
our desire to avoid the just prejudice of the
medical profession against secret and quck nos
trums, induced us to adopt this candid course.
We append a few of tlio notices we have re
ceived, from Physicians, viz:
From Dr. Wm' II. Farrow, of Snots Hill, Md
"Gentlemen I have frequently in my prac
tice prescribed your 'Stabler's Anodyne Cher
ry Expectorant nnd 'Diarrha-a ordinl ,' with
great satisfaction to myself, and to the entire
relief of such diseases as they profess to cure.
I consider them happy combinations of some
of our most valuable and safe tlieraputical
sirents, and must be of infinite worth to the
alllicted and mankind nt large. In furnishing
the medical profession will, these nctive and
concentrated preparations, so convenient for
administration, and of a standard quality,
you have rendered them an eminent service,
and I can do no less than eartiettly 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 the Physician."
From Geo. Gerry, M. D., of Somerset eo., Md.
"Gentlemen I have used many of the dif
ferent Cherry Expectorants, and'l do assure
you that yours far exceeds any I have ever tried'
we have been tnvoreil with a written certifi
cate, cheerfully given by numerous Medical
gentleman, in "Mnrylaml, Virginia and Ohio,
which alone should convince the most doubl
ing, that these are reully "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 at the patronage of the Profession nnd
the Public, that they are more reliable than
any other proprietary medicines with which
we are acquainted," Ac,
The above notices of recommendation from
members of the Medical Faculty, should be
sufficient to satisfy all, that these medicines
are worthy of trial by the afflicted, and that
they are of a different stamp and class from
the "Quackery" and "Cure-Alla" ao much im
posed upon the publio.
See the descriptive Pamphlets, to be had
gratis of all who have the medicines for sale,
containing recommendations from Doctors
Martin, Baltzell, Addison, Payne, Handy,
Love, ic.
For sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and
Country Store keepers generally, at the low
price of Ffty cents per bottle, or six bottles
for 1 2,50. E. II. STABLER A CO.,
Wholctale Druggists,
Importers of English, French and German
Drugs, Dealers in Paints, Oils, Ac.
120 Pratt street, Baltimore.
And sold by WM. BURNS, Athens.
W. R. HURLEY, Loudon.
G. CANNON, Madisonville.
Dee. 9, 1853 ly 272
Cheap
and Good,
TONES Garment Cutter -the best now In
It use, is offered for snle at the very low rate
of two dollars per copy. The cutter is a pat
tern system of cutting, with all sizes on the
same pattern A book of directions accom
panies every set of patterns and with them
any person can lenrn to cut nnd make Coats,
Pants, Vests, Clonks, Talmas. Ladies' Ssck
Mantillas, Dresses, and ill short, any garment
that is or will be worn by Indies or gentlemen,
con be cut and mod by 'Jones' Garment Cut
ter. Any person can learn from the book and
rat terns in the short space, of twenty-four
mors so as to cut and tnuke any garment they
wish, ns well as any tailor.
Rights of States and counties for snle low
for cash. Buy a county right and be industri
ous, nnd I will ensure you to double your
money.' Agents wanted all over the United
States, with reference as to character and re
sponsibility. The cutter can be sent by moil
to any office in tbe United States.
Address Colonel P. Jones, post paid Mount
Vernon, Monroe county, Tennessee All orders
must be accompanied with the cash.
April 28, 1854 ly 292
ALKX M CAI.LIE.
arc a i.i.ik
OKO. a. JONES.
JON US,
General Commission Merchants.
WocoH, da,
X70R the sale of all kinds of TENNESSEE
. PRODUCE,
References :
Messrs. Ilooke A French, Chattanooga.
C. Wallace, Pres't E. Tenn. A On. Railroad.
Messrs. Johnson, Smith A Co., London, .
Win. K. lleiskell, Abingdon, Va.
Dec. 2, 1853 y 271
fBlllKsnhscrlher woultl Infurtn th. public that he keeps
.1. constantly 011 hand llnres,CarrlHe:cs, and Uiiiories,
wiiirii ne win aire on acconnnoilallnf terms.
Athena, ae,, 1, 1M tr WM. A. O. flKEO.
riovielia I Ploucliisi f
ON hand a lot of Barb's superior Ploughs,
and lor sale low by
Aug 11 UK, REEDER,
. masting Powder,
J A KEGS Ulasting Powder in Store and
Tt J (or sale at reduced prices.
C. U, MILLS A CO.,
Dee. 2fl. '03-274 CWaU
University of Nashville,
THIS Institution was founded by the Stat of v.
Carolina in 17k, as DmTklson Academy. , iJ"
Cumberland Colkjeta lso and I'ulversitr of NubnS!
Tbe lMlerarjr Department,
ir:n lu ...n.n. iinitfr a new li...i... . .
new Buiidinirs on the tint Wtrlnesday of October ,
Her. Knw.sD WiCWwoaTH, D. D., l-rofessor ol Iilu,
and Uelle. Letters, and Chairman of the Faculty
Key. J. W. McC'CLUittiH, D. 1)., Professor o( Aocie,,
Lanfruaires.
ALaxiXDn P. TtwiT, A. JI , Professor of Matbem,.
Ics and Natural Philosophy.
Her. J. B. Lisuslit, At. 1)., Professor of Chemitu.
the NMural fciences. ' '
Tuilioa $75 per annum Matriculation fee A3.
The I. a w Department,
Will also be opened on the first Wednesday of Ocuw
next.
PaAKCta B. Foco, Esq., 1
Wiu.ua P. Cooraa, Kiq., Professors.
, K., I
Pees for Lectures f 100 per annum.
The Medical Department,
Closed IU first Session with 121 Undents andssnj.
ate.; it. second with 162 Students and 86 Graduates nA
I.. ,1.1mA I.I. oOrt a.rf mw.it 71 !...,. .u ' -
The Fourth Annual Course of Lecture, will contn
on Monday, th 80th of October next, and couUau. till
th Aral of the ensuing March.
Kusrar M. Poarsa, Ai. I)-Professor of Oenersl
8pecial Anatomy.
J. HkXKiM Limwlsv, M. V., Professor of Cbeauttrr
and Dean of the Faculty. '
C. K. Wwsroa, M. I)., Professor of Materia Medics tti
Medical Jurisprudence.
A. 11. Bccaaaia, M. D-, Professor of 8urtlcal ml
Pathological Anatomy.
Tnoxia R. Jkxxixus, V. D., Professor of Institute,
Medicine and Clinical Medicine.
W. K. Bowusa, M. D., Professor of Theory and Pnu
Uceof Medicine.
Jons M. Vt'iTsox, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics tt,l
the Disease, of Women and Children.
Pacl F. Ets, M. I)., Professor of Principles and Tru.
tiee of gurjrery.
w iilum T. HUGOS, si. v.. Demonstrator of Anatomy
The Anatomical room, will be opened for students .
the first Monday of October.
A full Preliminary count ot Lectures, free In all Bit
dents, will be given by the Professors, eommeociiir .a
th. first Monday ol October.
A Ctlnique has been established, In connection with
the Vnivarslty, at which operations are performed and
cases prescribed for and lectured upon In presence of th.
Clans. 4
Arrangement, haye been made to accommodats all pa
tients requiring surgical operations.
Amount of Fees for Lectures In this Department U
1 105. Matriculation Fee, (paid once only,) 0; Practical
Anatomy, ll; Graduating Fee (SA.
Uood Hoard can be obtained for f3 per week.
The Annual Announcement giving a full account of th.
several Department, of tbe University may be had by
applying to
A. V. o. LIM'SLKi ,
Aiig4, l&.-4 urn'
806
See'y Board Trtutif.
Hsittlo'iH. Xriaito Oil.
FJ1IIIS is the best remedy ever offered to the public for
M. the various Diseases of UOItSKP, vis : bwelltd
Joints, Sprains, Cuts, Saddle and Collar G alls, flcratrtifi,
ll-r.vil, fistula, and in fact every description of dis.
ease to which the Horse I. liable.
It Is now In general use as a LINIMENT FOR MAX.
a. no better can be made, and ha. been very successful,
ly used for Pain, and Sore, of almost every kind, snd
In some instance, ha. made a perfect cure of Rheuma
tism. For sale by 0. VT. Itoss A Cn., Athens.
J. A. Wsiuht A Co.. Bweetwatar.
And by Dmgirtst. and Merchant, throughout the coun-
try. Principal Depot Bcottaville, Albemarle Co., Va.
July V, isa4 ly AOS
ILrSED SAKKIt. T. D. C1SWILL
BIKER & CASWELL,
cnocun v Aivn rout m issioh
nloroliniitais
Broad street, Aufruatn, a.,
"WT""'1' PromPt!y attend to the sale of Corn, yt hest,
T llacon, I.iir.l, Oats, Ac, consigned to their cars.
Anvanrcs. ti required, made on 1'roduce In more.
Aug. 4, leVet ly got
J1MES ARMSTKOiNG,
IOIMVAnniG A WD f'OTITlISMOJI
JVIoroliiit,
No. 42 Market street, Charleston, K. C
VtlTK F.-i the South Carolina Rail Road Com.
Xl pany will cease to forward Goods on and after tlis
1st of July, 1M, I offer my services as Fnrwardliif and
Commission Merchant. All Goods directed to my car.
will be forwarded promptly and with despatch. I win
also receive aud sell any I- roil iw e consigned to me,
or forward a. directed; and offer tin following named
gentlemen aa
Rrferrnce : ft. W. Conner, Courtney, Tenntnt A Co;
Glllilands, Howell A Co.; Hyatt, Mcllurncy A Co.; Town
end, Crane A Co.! D. F. Fleming A Co.; llavlland, Har
ral A Co.; William. A Price; Plerson, Jennings A Co.; W.
II. lleach; II. W. A J. P. Force A Co.; Hand, Williams A
Wilcox; Chamberlain, Miler A Co.; Shepherd, MrL'rrrry
A Co.; Kankin, Pulliam A Co.; Hare, Calhoun A Co.; John
Frnstr A Co.; Geo. E. Clarke: A. 8. Hull A Co.; Geo. Z.
Walriron A Co.; Sussdorft" A Leldlng; Cameron, Webb A
Dewing, Thayer and Co.; Kwhank and Gantt: Drown
nd Stone; Condict. Jennings and Co.! II. II. Williams:
l. A. Ambler; P.. H. Stoddard and Co.; Gustavus Follln;
J. S. and L. llnwie and Co.; Hate, and Mitchell; McCsr
ter and Co.; Hnseltlne and Walton; Hoosevelt, Hyde and
Clark; Bancroft, Belts and .Marshall; Drowning and Le
mati; Ulmlradt and Diiucan; F. 1). Fanning and Co.: T.
Launeau; P. AI. Cohen and Co.; T. M. Horsey and Co.;
ainea Adger and Co.; W.W. and J. It. Head; Fngsrtls
nd Ueland; W. G. Ilanrroft and Co.: James C. Jones:
ohn Russell; Kctchum, Taylor and Co.; Hayden, Brother
nd Cn Hnvne and Yates: R. llawlev: James E. Hnesr:
Caldwell, Dlakely and Co.; Holme, and Stoney; II. F.
Baker and Co.; Mathlcssen, Simons and Co.; R. Dtilln;
W. and J. E. Adger, Simonds, Run and Co.; John Dali;
Fackler, Colcock and Co. Sept. 1, ISM dm Sill
I XI O 3NT nAILIN Or,
axe
ORiAnEXTAL moiv Avon K.
TIIK subscribers are prepared to fill orders of any
amount for IKON WORK, such aa
Itailingt for Vto nnl Prirats Part, Gardens,
Stejn, Verandat, JBalconie; Cemetery Lots, etc.
Also, Iron Stairs, Door., Shutter., Settee., Chair., Ta
ble., Dogs, Window Guards, Gate., Ar., Ac, They pay
particular attention to enclosing CEMETERY LOTS and
PARKS, having the largest assortment of Patterns of
any establishment In the country, are enabled to pleas,
the most fastidious in taste. Architects or Builders la
any part of the Union, wanting Iron Work, by sending
u. drawing, will receive the estimate for cost of work,
and we will furnish any work from their designs or
drawings that may be desired.
Persons wishing article, of onr manufacture, bv ad
dressing us a few lines, stating for what purpose, will a
furnished with printed designs by return mail, with the
pricea annexed. All order, sent u. will receive prompt
attention, and the work finished and fitted In the best
manner, and packed in boxes for safe carriage.
HOOD A CO.,
121 A'orfA Tenth street, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Oct. SO, ISM 8m 810
CRIjffJHFlEIjTMUSE,
Formerly Griffin House,)
CHATTANOPf? T VNESiSEE.
THIS well knev n bote , situated within
fow steps of i I-, pns-wnger enr landing of
tbe Western and Aclani Railroad, is now
open under the supervision of Thomas Crutch
field, assisted by Mr. J. W. F. Bryson and
Lady. This house, while tinder the control of
Col. J. ,!. Oriflin, acquired a yory hih reputa
tion ns a fist class Hotel. The present pro
prietor having secured the services of Col.
Oritnn's bar-keeper, and having purchased his
most excellent eook and house boy, and hay
ing furnished tbe house entirely new, hopes to
retain its hijrh reputation and merit public
patronage. Passengers can be ncooninio'dateu
with an omnibus to and from the boats.
THOMAS CRUTCH FIELD,
Feb. 1 8, 'fi 8 1 y 280 Proprietor.
TRANSPORTATION
Between Savannah and Augusta
BY Tll
P 4 SH I I,f I).
Through In 21 to 30 Honrs.
No Df.tkntion to Goods at iitiieb Powi.
BOATS will leareSavannah every otherdsy
after 10th of July next, and being of light
er draught of water than any other Boats on
the River, will run regularly at all stages
water. Twelve and a hnlf per cent, will bs
deducted from their presen low rats of
freight, which is now about one-half Rail Kosu
rates. Direct to the cnie of
M. A. COHEN, Savannah.
J NO. A. MOORE, Augusta.
To prevent errors, send Bills of Lading to
M. A. Coiikn, Havannah.
ti" All Goods forwarded at Savannah an"
Augusta free of-commission, notwithatandlfg
tbe itailronds have eeased to forward.
June 23, IRA4 flm S00
XXI33VI:OA7-VXj,
c.
. J O If I) A
Dental Siircreon.
ATHENS, TENNESSEE,
HAVING removed to the office formerly
occupied by l)r. May, one door West ol
the office of the "Post," respectfully infoi1
the citizens of the town and vicinity, t'-at h
la now prepared to do any description
of work in the line of bis profession
Artificial Teeth set on Gold Plate or Pi"!
Teeth I'lugged with Gold) Separating, CleaB
ing and Extracting Teeth, Ac, do. H
tnrs himself from his skill and experience
the profession, that he will be able to git"""
most entire satisfaction in all cases, and so
licits the attention of those who may hv'
occasion fop the services of a Dentist.
His charges will be reasonable.
References : R. C, Jackson. .David Clengfc
Ciorge W. Ross, R. M. Fisher, W. M. fld'or"
I'. L. Gamble, Rev. Edwin A. Atfee, L. Dndson.
July 14, 1854 tf 271
ltlflea.
LOT
of Wright's North Carolina
tits').
and (or sals by iet.!M f . K. "

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