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Tom Fellow-CMum of the Counties of Meigx, if Polk, and McM Already my name ha been announced r. f... l.a i..int repn-stnULon ol .La. Kitt-Pf brnncli of the ntiemin th- lower wane., . ng SUt. Lop.latre. In P""ll'" efore you, I - r""iuded of unknown to many o approachin it to g o before 1 n,..u..nnllV (ink aUuduciny-irn.or.p.r.icuUrlytoyour .. : that, diirine the canvas, I hop. lu h-v. the pleasure the moat rndmMngVr, my view, upon ,uc' qm-rtiuiwM mny -em legitimately to demand notice, and therefore mifht avoid this prvcipitancy. Yet we know Hint rt.I ranti for political honor are evrr ready to outrun discretion. However, aa thin i the fint time I have ever intruded myself upon you, I hope yu will the more readily appre gi.it the motive that have prompted me tliu early to claim your attention. It is not unnatural to suppose that In this esnvass a free expression of opinion will be exacted, by the people, from those who may be aspiring to their suflrajjes. For that reason I will take this occasion to say that it is known, aud might seem sufficient for the present to state, that I have ever acted with ths Democratic Party; and I have done so with the conviction that the leading princi. pies by which it has been governed would secure to the American people all tho bless Ings that could reasonably be expected to arise from legislation. It is true that many questions if vital importance, have arisen, upon which its wisest members have differed In opinion; yet by thnt conciliatory spirit that should exist in overy true patriot's bo om, these differences have been adjusted. And it is most devoutly to be hoped thni such may ever be the case. ' There hns nriK-f question lately that thratfens 1ifa higher degree than usual to disturb our quiet: I allude to thegreat Ameri can movement that has so suddenly develop d itself throughout the length and breadth f our. land. But what effect it may produce is yet to be seen. It is true, that at this time there are strong appearances that the demo. ratic party of this State at least, will meet it with a determined resistance. This is evi denced in the tone of the numerous County Conventions thnt have lately been held, pre juratory to the State Convention thnt is to meet in the city of N ishville, on tho 27tli ins tint. ' But whether the action of the lat ter has been foreshadowed br those" meet ings, is yet to be seen. If it has, none will tegrct it more than myself; for, however atrong my attachment has been to the Demo emtio party, and however unbounded hn beon uiy frith in the wisdom and the purity of the principles by which it has been gov. rned, I have no hesitancy in declaring that I am impressed with the conviction that to Americans should belong the exclusive privi lege of governing America. Nor am I loss bnckward in asserting that a union, however slight, between civil government and eccle aiaftical authority, ia as dangerous to one as it is rorrupting to the other. There la another question that will doubt lessly be dragged into the present canv which, though it proposes to remedy a great evil, ia not, I think, a proper subject for leg Islstlon. Hut moat assuredly this need not alarm our fears. Yet it is no less our duty to tneot It at the thrrshhold. But I feel that my admonitions are usoless; for I am sure, with all due respect to the opinions of others, that Tennessee is not prepared to receive, without a struggle, the shackle of a Prodi, fcitory Liquor l-uv. Gentlemen, as these two questions are most likely to engross the greater portion of the Attention of aspirants during the present canvass, it becomes necessary for you to weigh them well that you may act with audi discrimination aa shall secure to vour coun try the greateat amount of good. Other questions there are of a local na ture that, though seemingly overshadowed attiis present, no less will require your at tention. Upon those, in due time and place, you shall have the opinion of your humble servant, JOHN F. POWER. Pint Knabt, McMinn en., March, 1855. l.TNcn Law in California. A a speci men of the manner in which the mobs in tho "El Dorado" murder those who have incur red their displeasure, we quote tliu follow. Ing: A correspondent of the Snernmento Union, writing from Red Bluffs gives some further particulars or the lynching nt Red Bluffs on the 30th ult. A man whorefuacd to give hi name was tried, condemned and executed on a charge of mule stealing. The Union's eor respondent says: "Ths evidence against this man was sufficient, perhaps, to h.v convict-1 ed him in a court of justice; yet he wan nit permitted to offer any evidence to disprove the charge, nor yet permitted to be present and cross-examine the witnesses who testifi sd against him; the examination being strict, ly an ex parte examination Yet it appears there was scarcely any cause to doubt his guilt He refused to makes confession, but told them that he wnnld sive his name upon condition that they would shoot him instead of hanging; he said he did not want his rela- j tivea to know that ho was hung, which they J refused to grant. He acknowledged that he had one stolen eome money at French Gulch In Ihi county. He. was a man about twenty five yeara of age, and had a genteel appear ance, I understand that ha wn from Rome, in the Stats or Naw Y,k. Tha bdv was left hanging for several hours, after which, it vaa taken down, but I hve never heard what wa done with It." AxoTBta Sicarr Sootirr. Th Pittsburg Osteite state that ther is a regularly organ jxd association of blacks in that city, bound together by th most solemn oaths, ana meet ing in seoret, whose object is the a M notion of colored servants, traveling with their mat ters, who ar suspected to He slav. Awfui.1 In its statistics of murder for the psntyear th New York Herald say that ther were 36 wive killed by their htishaiida; t husbands killed by their wives; SI children killed by thsir parents; parent killed by their children; and 4 brother killed by brothers ia th United State. roTATORi. Ureenough, the auctioneer, told at New York, on Tuetday of latt week, a larg quantity of Gsrman potatoes, in bas kets, at thirty centt a. bushel for th beet Each basket Contained two bushels. Some of tha potatoet were (lightly frosted. Now, this it rtally shameful, that w esnnot raise a supply for our own eontumptiou. Kor the lait two or three years the whole State of New York hat raised about fifteen to sixteen millions of bushels, and yet wa import tha Irish, French, Euglieh, and Gorman. Vour. if I -if The Iouisvillu Journal remark that nations, like individuals of which they nre composed, are liable to many of the vices incidental to their constituent. units. Among these one of the most prominent is the indul gence in luxury and extravagance the ease with which money i mads in this country making us ths veriest spendthrift on earth. It says: VVe import more than we export, and as a consequence are overwhelmed with foreign indebtedness. We not only drink foreign tea and coffee, which cannot very well be helped, sweetened with foreign sugnr, which we could help if we would, but we must be clothed w ith purple and Tine linen from abrond. We walk on foreign carjeU the extravagant among us we mean wear foreign coats, pantaloons and vests, and sometime foreign boots and shoes. Our cigars ure Havana made, our preserve foreign grown, and our choico wine nnd spirits urn all foreign. In our foreign vest pocket is a foreign made watch fastened around our necks by a foreign made ribbon. We travel upon foreign rails, often warm our feet by foreign coiila, send abroad raw American cotton to he manufac tured into cloth to warm our cold American bmlie. Often from the crown of our head to the soles of our feet hat, boots, shirt and all We aro encased in foreign material; wliile our wives snd daughter wrap them selves in foreign silks and satins cut into patterns imported from nbroad. No king or despot abroad is served with more fidelity or fear than wo serve tho pods and goddesses of the fashionable World abroad. The despot is master of our robes and our meals, of our furniture and our plate, of what we walk up. on, ait upon, sleep upon, and almost all that we jrazo upon, from the torcign-painted scenery of a foreign play or nK-ra to the charming foreign airs which delight our ears nnd lighten our purses. "Hence it Is thnt we import hay millions a year moro than we export llen-a li m too, thnt we to-day owe thrs nondred millions of dollar to Eu'tf.' It is as individual con suojra of foreign luxuries for foreign ne cessities we must have and can easily pay for too that we have created tins loreign debt. To meet it as it arises, we are sending abroad specie from a qn liter of a million to a million and quarter ol dollars oy every steamer. We receive the precious metal from our own shores on the Pacific, and in vast quantities, twice a month, only to dispatch them twice as often across the Atlantic, there to meet the constantly accumulating indebtedness for the luxuries we consume at home. We do not propose to fix bounds to any man's tastes or desires, much less to prescribe the place and manner or expending his own money; but has struck us that, if we have a true American party among us we should show that fact by an endeavor to encourage more of our own industry, to consume more of our own goods, and to rely less upon Europe for what we est, drink, wear, and use. So much foreign debt in these times is a serious evil, and we should at least labor hard to make our imports and exports square with each other. Povkstt. "Who is he." "Wliy some poor elisD, that hat no mead, and can t allord a new suit more than one a year.". It teeint as if it were a siu to b poor, says th Albany Knickerbocker. People observe you in the streets, and make remark at your expense. Th sexton p-ives you a back seat in the meet ing house The dry good clerk exhibits cheap muslins, and withholds his politeness for some more opulent and better favored person. Your money will not purchase as auickly st the money of the rich. A class of nhilnnthroric shopmen purchase mean and adulterated food for your sustenance, beeaute any Hung it good enough lor tne poor, win ter that might be used for cart grease, and tugar with but a few shales between it and sand, are among other things which your labor purchases. Just aa if (leult and llood could any better withstand the effects of poi tun. by being born in adversityl 1'oorl Why that's condemnation untigh. Have all the talent in thewoild, and be poor, and yon hed not hope it's of no us. Couple hones ty with your poverty, and the hopelessness is ten timet worse. Do no' forget thnj. there it inch a thing at poverty. Oh, it it dreadful to be poor: to finally ield to th worst, and beconi intimate of the public charity. ninth, y well-to-do in-tlie-world, when joti turu your noses st tne needy. Titles in tii Turkish Kmpirk. The fr nueiit use or th words Sultan, Porter, do , in the uewspapert publishing accounts of affair in Turkey at th present time, ar erroneous ly understood by many persons. The Sublime Porte it the official title or the government, or the Ottoman empire, and not th title or any officer or the government, at many suppose it iu oe. The Ottoman Emperor is called Sultan, or Grand Sultan or Urand Seignnr, according to the fancy of the person speaking or writing. They all mean the tame thing. J'ael'a it the governor or a province ana according to the importance of hit province he is distinguished liy one, two or three tails. Every 1'scba list his own army in his own province, distinct from the grand army of the empire. A I'acha with three tails has the powr to punish with death any agent who seem to threaten tne general saieiy. Bv it s tub governor under the pacha. . Th Divan it the Council of State, and con sists of the principal minister The Reit Etfendi it high chancellor of the empire, and standi at the head of the body or attorneys which body it thought to con tain the Iwtt informed men or the nation. Cadi it a sort of judge or justice of the peace- lo order a oasunado on common people, t imKne a fine on a rich Greek or Eu ropean, to condemn a thief to be banged, it about all ths duty of an ordinary Cadi. Jjff" On the 28 th nit, a citizen of Morgan county, Va., waa hunting on the Cnrapon mountains, when hi attention waa drawn by the barking of hi doga to a ledge of rocks. Approaching the spot, he perceived some ob- ecct which appeared to be the head of some animal. He raised his rifle nnd fired, and im mediately a huge bear rushed upon him. What ensued is thus described by ths Bath Enterprise: The hunter attempted to defend himself with his empty gun; this the bear bear threw from him with a stroke of his paw, and hurl ed him upon the ground and bit him severe ly. J ho hunter then called his flogs to tils assistance, which engaged the attention of the enraged nnininljind enabled the prostrate man to regain hi feet He then hud recourse to his tomahawk, and, after a tremendous struggle, finally succeeded in destroying the monster. The hunter atterwnrda entered the den and captured two cub." Goon I.oota "Brudder Jones, en yon tell me de difference 'tween dying and dieting!" "Why, oh court I ean, Samuel. When you diet you lib on nuffin, and when you die you hah nortin to lib on." "Well, dat's different from whst I tort it was I tort it was a raee atween de doctor in' stuff and ttarwation. to tee which will kill fust" C3f At a fair recently hold at Baltimore, a youth enquired of a lady in attendance "if they had any dUpr$ I" A reply wa given to the following effect : "If you will come in side or the table, 1 will fit tome to you." Th youth left Tut Cost or T"t War The Englith government contemplates having engaged in the war during the year, no less than 268, 693 men of all ranks in both services, land and aen, and Vint the sum necessary to sup. port and render rflicicht this body of men and ths ships to bo manned by them, for a inglo year, will be mors thiin one hundred an f thirly-clght millions of dollar. Horace Greely on the "Lord's Suffer, Some person having written a letter to th "Christian Ambassador" coromeutin on Ho race Greely's religious notions, aud connect, ing him with Dr. Cliapin's (Universalis!) Church, Mr. Greely defines his position in eiier to me -Amonssaaor, oi which We male a brief characteristic extract: Your statement that lama member of M Chapin s church organization, and a Commit D leant therein, impels me to say thnt thoii" a member of his Society from the day of hi settlement nmonr us, l am not technically member or his church, but of that in Orchard street, in which I was pew holder, until Dr. b.iyer s removal from our city to Clinton w hen I attached myself to the Society which is now Mr. Cliapin's. And believing the ordi. nance of the Lord scupper as now celebrated among us, a fearlul impediment to the nro. grew and triumph of the principle of total abstinence from all that can intoxicate, I have lor some tune past lelt it my duty to abstiin from it, awaiting nnd hoping for the day when IslinaiiaiiN or every name ahull reahie that the blood of our Saviour is not trulv repre sented oy me compounds oi vile and poison ous drugs commonly called wine, nor yet by any liquid essentially alcoholic, therefore in toxicating. If a lew more Would unite in this protest, we should soon have no other w ine used in the Eucharist than that freshly und wholly expressed from grapes, a liquid no more intoxicating or poisonous than ncv milk or toast water. And then we shall cense t hear of reformed drunkards Corrupted and hurled back into the Way uf ruin bv a vicious mini re-nwakened at the communion table, Regretting both the necessity for. nnd the lengui or mis explanation, i remain yours, HUKACK GREELY, Rev. J. M. Austin, trW The pvinsulnr of a curious case are give-; .' ne .Medical Examiner for March.. It is that of a physician, of Ohio, who had habitually used opium for six ve.irs ns stimulant. From the pleasant hallucinations snd hopeful leulinga experienced at the com meiiCeuienlof the practice, he was suffering pangs uf the most awful destription, and using tile enormous quantity or from fifteen to eighteen grains of the sulphate of morphia in twenty-tur hours. A number of physt ctatis of celebrity were consulted, who all suggested a rucoiifse to substitutes extracts of belladonna, acotnieandcahnitllt Were tried, but without ths least benefit Reason was already partially dethroned, and death seemed inevitable. Mr. Myers then addressed a let ter to Prof. Dunglisoii.ol Philadelphia, asking hia advice, who, in reply, said that tliu hattfo tic indulged in must be diminished daily. taking during the depression and sinking of spirits, three or lour tunes a day. from forty to sixty drops of the spiritut ammonia ctfttuft of the "London at d Edinburg Pharmacope ias, formula Tor which are to be found in ths Dispensatory of the United Slates." This plan, persevered in with the moat determined resolution, dimiiiishing.almost imperceptibly the dose from day to day, was entirely sue. cesslul in twenty weeks in reclaiming the victim, and curing him of the pernicious habit, Loris Napoleon's Habits when in New York. We find the following para'Tnuh in the New York Times: "A puff of a dentist, formerly of this city, is going the round, to the etlect that, on oc casion of a late presentation or Americans at the Tuilleries, the Emperor or France recog nised said dentist as the man who pulled a toolh for hitn in New York, nearly twenty years ago. A correspondent who professes to know the dental history or Louis Napoleon in this country, writes us that the only teeth extracted from the head of the illustrious exile during his sojourn in this country were drawn from him by virtue of an instrument commonly known ns a poker, at thnt lime in the hand of an abandoned female, whose character und history are familiar to the police authorities of New York. - How our corre spondent knows he does not say." Seeking- the Lord. It is related that Cromwell having become, in common with the people, thoroughly disgusted with his celebrated Unrebones f arliament, determined summarily to dismiss the same. This fag-end nnd bobtail assemblage was composed of the worst kinds of lunatics, nnd commenced ope rations by appointing a committee of eight "to seek the Lord in prayer. .Only it portion of thetn were disposed to obey the wishes or uromweli and surrender up the authority with which they had been invested, Acrorrl ingly, a Colonel White was sent to Clear the House. Upon hi arrival he found thnt one Mover had been placed In the chair, and on the Colonel's demanding what he did there, received for reply Ihnt "he was seeking the Irfud." "Then,' replied White, "you moy go elsewhere, for to my certain knowledge tne I ord hath not been here these many years," The Jesuits. The General iff the Jesuits hns addressed a circular dated Rome, January 10, to the provincials or the order, in which ho instructs them how to act with respect to thn different forma of political government J he company of the Jesuits being, he says, solely a religions order, and devoted exclu sively to tho salvation of men's souls, the various members or it are everywhere to act faithful subjects of tho government under which they live, and in no case to interfere in political matters. In that manner only can they, the circular declares, conform to the principles on which the order is founded. Gen. F. K. Zdlmcoffer. We nre some whi t surprised to notice a call mado for a convention, in llie Nashville Congressional District, to nominate a candidate, tor ton gre, when, as we learn, Gen. ZollicofTer, is willing to serve another term. II there ever bus been a single complaint urged against him, wu have never heard of it We) hope his place nmv be filled, if the Suite should be so unfortunate, as lo loose his services in Congress. IK. T. Whig. fWRrv. Mr. Field, a well known clergyman uf Vermont, went several vears ngo to de posits his vote at an election. One of the poll inspectors, a neighbor of his, nnd of op posite politic, remarked; "I am very sorry, Mr. Field, to seo yoo. here." "Why f asked Mr.Field. "Because," said I he officer, "Christ said that his kingdom wns not of thin world." " Has no one a right to vote, asked Mr. F, unless he bulling to the kingdom of Satin." Hon, John M. I'atton, the Know Nothing nominee for Attorney General of Virginia, is one of the ablest lawyers In that State, and said to be In the enjoyment of practice worth nbout (135.000 per year. Henry D. Bird, for many year tho ener getie President of the Petersburg and Roa. nuke Rail Road Company, has been arrested on the charge of having embezzled some twenty-five thousand dollars of the Cotnpa. ny's funds. 4y"A provision, practicably applying the Maine Law to St Louis county, wns smug gled through the Missouri Lcgislnture,about the 1st day of the aossion, "cloaked in a bill to build a brick house" upon which one of the editor remarks that it might better have been stvlcd "a bill to lake bricka out of a man's lint Cotter in Virginia. The Carroll county (Va.) miuca have delivered, In Lynchburg, since December 1st, 590 ton of copper ore. The Virginian says that before long the cop. per toning of the Virginia and 1 ennos fs lortd -vill Tenth a thousand tons ".'month. , Good Thihcs from the Knickerbocker- "An old toaker who lives in Weston, Mi souri, took it into his head one day thnt it waa necessary for bis future welfare to be "born again," nnd forthwith repaired to the Rev. Mr. It- the revU-d pastor of the iiaptist denomination or the town aforesaid to obtain light. He was received with urban ity, and forthwith the following dialogue en sued: Old S. I'M vour doctrine, boss, that a feller to be euved, must suffer immershun, isn't it? Mr. D. Yes, Mr. it is a fundamental doctrine of our church, tliat a man to be re generated, must repent Of hia sins aud be immrrsed. Old S. Well. boss, after repentin of hia sin, and been 'lid under, if he flashes in the pan then what ! Mr. I). Although backsliding is much to be deplored, still, if he sincerely repents of his sin, and Is again itriiilcrsud, the church w ill receive him again. Old S. Well, s'pose he ag'in kicks out of the traces, after the second, (lor you know what critters there are in this world, boss,) then what's to pay" Mr. B. Notwithstanding nil n, if he will seriously repent, nnd solemnly promise to amend his future lilt) lliecliureli will again receive Iniu into lis bosom niter being un mersed. Old S.. fafter a few moments of deep thought) proposes the tollowing interrog.-e tory well, boss, wouldn't it be a blasted good idea to keep sick fellers in soak all the timet My informant didn ts iy whether Old S joined the church or not, but 1 incline lo the opinion that he uiaa I. Df.utaLitt Rebuked. A young butcher of South A Hams. Mass., a lew days since bought a bull which refused to be led, where upon he gouged out the poor animal's eves! The bull waa butchered the next morning, but there was no family in South Adams poor enough to buy a piece ol that beet at any price. ftirBlessed is the man w ho hath a pood ... .. . ..t . ... . e. ... wite, tor lie snail always nive uieuiy oi sums and no holes in his stockings. f3?"Trusl to Providence for help! wns the exclamation of a husband, seeing his wife attenu.tto roll a bnrrel ol Hour up stairs. "Trust to Providence, eh!" waa her retort; "do you suppose that Providence will come . . 1 . ... .1- r ...: :.. . i: mid assist niit wiino tne isevu i suiuuiug looking on? It would be belter for aocietv, if the mem ory of the giver were transferred to the re. ceiver. sst The Governor of Georgia has issued lils Proclamation calling on the several bnnk- n tr liiHtitutions in that State, to transmit to hltnj tinder oath of the Presidents nnd Cash. ier, the state and condition ol thn Hanks, with the name of the Presidents, utreclors and Slock holder. This tall i made under the provision of the1 act of Feb. 21, 1850. The Ohio Farmer say the Wheat crop looks well throughout all part of that Stale. The Rhode Island Legislature appropriated $10,000 for the innne; $4,000 to the Normal School; 15,000 additional to the public schools; and g'25,000 to the Slate prison F.dtvin Forrest, the tragedian, hns lately had an oner of fifty thousand to act hlty nights in California. He has also just receiv ed an ofler of six thousand dollars lo act wenty nights in St. Louis. tlf D. C. Trewitt, Esq., is announced an a candidate to represent Hamilton county in the next Legislature. l-ff J. W. Youngblpod has assumed the editorial control el' the Shclbyville Yeo man. Murpcb or A Mktiiodist I'skaciiib. The In dianapolis find.) Journal ttatet that a Meth odist preacher by the name of Scott wa kill ed by a man by th name of Hickman, on Friday, at Lewisville, about torty-nve mile East of Indianapolis, on the Central Railroad. Th murdered man wa knocked down with a club, and then ttabbed. Valuable !tf edlrlur. Mr. W, D. Moan Sir : We are very anzioua in pro cure your ratable Medicines. We hare callt for It nearly everyday, end cnuld tell a great deal of It. We hope you wilt inatruct your traveling Agent to come here ai he ia pulsing through this lection of country, and we Will purchase a supply from him. Tours, respecirully, IUST1NU A BARDWELL. Mnrlon, l.inn co., Iowa. Bie Sloun'a advertisement In another column. A Vnlnablr Family merJlclnn. So cele brated has Dr. M'Lsne'a Vermifuge become, that It ia regardcrl aa the only epecine cure for wurmt. families should never be without a supply of It. At this lesson particularly when worms are an IrouMeanme and fre quently fatal among children, parents should be watch ful; snd en the Brat appearance of those distressing symptomi which warn us of their presence, at once ap ply this powerful snd efflcscloua remedy. We are con fident it onle renuirei trial, to convince all that It richly merits the praises that have been lavished upou It. It li safe and Infallible. Volumea of certificates cau be produced, showing lu great medical virtues. Purchnaers win ne careiui to ass ror ur. ji-wiwi OeUbratKt Kermtinya, and take none else. All other Vermlfugea, In comparison, are worthless, br. M'Lane's Vermlfine. also his Celebrated Mitt Pills, can now be had at all reipectablt Drug Stores In the United Slates and Canada. tat tale by P. R. Kor t Co., Athena) J. A. k C. W. Corn, MadiaoavUlt; tad by one Agent th every town la Tennettee. mar. Ml COMMERCIAL. Augusta Market. Acotbta. March 19. New nros tin round W St Wc: hams II' W eh II If tidea SH $ 10c; shoulders 8 Q 8 He; jowlea 4H & c. Lsd lux & It Xc, in barrels, bega and cant. Tallow, Href, Hogs and Wool, without change aince my last. Dsiin User Hams I 11c. Visums ( (fo loc. Dsr lma& 11c. Coss 1 1 a l.lii. Ml i l.iit. Wm.it M a J. Kuioa 5 (ft f 8 V hundred. Oats Silo. Vtoci lt $l,Sa 1. Whits llmss (1,75 Q 9,5". it tn.BO sa 1,10. rttTHMa on as. utrrru ISGA too. Euot lie. No change in other articles. Yours, very truly, J. A. ANSI.KT, ONsmfeirio oru! Prvtluet Merchant. Macon Market. Mioos. March 10. Tntnatetlnnt r th past week large, with itocki Ba con, Lard, nonjy ano an sines oi produce light, and good demand. B.oos Hot round H A 10e; clear tldee low. ribbed X O Ji haatt lux 11c; thouldert 8k & . 1.10, locks light, in narreia or aegj 1" en 110. VOBS, scarce, It.SA V eu. Oats, tcarce, 7ft & 81. Pas, scarce, 1,40 & 4. Mial, scarce, 1,16 A 1.9V noes, superfine, o:m KB o; extra family c,ao IT. rsATsea. dull, (7 & 4u. Hat, good Tennessee, 11,75. Boms, good article ItQ 18c Onrras, Rio It ltjsje. gnoAS, New Orleans tX & Sc. MotAtsss 83 Q o3c Excaeso oa new Tors i cent. prem. Itespecuuiiy, ALLRtf a DUNLAP, . CbmmUttoH JtennitnU, Macon. Ha. Atlanta Market. Atlasta. March SD. Tiurlnar the natt week we have been favored with some eorloua raina, such st we have not seen for long time, oney very acarce. Trade good. We quote BaooS, hog rouno vc. grma oemana and I toes light. a so, in barrel! 10 (t He; In half barrels and krgt UJt lla. Co 11,1V W I.S- WU 1.10 !. V Whsat, common red, II.T6 V bn. gijitja 111 M bbl., common article. No change in other articles. EicBASOson new tors yiceni. prem.) Charleston and Savannah X V Pretn- " sight drafts. lours, truiy, SKAOO a ABBOTT, Grd CommUtUm MenAantl. Charleston Market. CaABLtsTO. March 1. Vtt annas below ear market quotations thlt day, for artlch-a in which yon and your patrons may be Interest- Thev srs itrlctiy correct. rorron ifft txe. Rtct4X4e. Coss tl tt 1.10. . it ll.lt, Hat 11.11 lit 1.10. Baccs. hama fo 14c; shoulder ' V; sides .i ft e. La an, In hsrrrti snd kegs 1 1 4(1 lie- Cwrss, Cubs 10 ft lie, Rio Wlmlle. BAtrvu mvne f ears. sroAsfiirtl.lo. M.n.Ases, Nfw Orleans. 1 ft 17cj Cuba W X CAsni.es, Chsrlrxon marie 14 (ft lftc; star and Adainan- ne Di ft 5e. BTTTV.B u to soe. niunisa, Dundee inr uunnry i un ia". r" f m. ni buahcli. tiAivstlUftluof om. uLr,i iir.ititu?i, JffirwaT'Ung snd Ommtlalon Mrrrhsnts, The nesirmd 91 Liniment, thai nu mcb miuu m much exciteuwiu m ux w M sod Soutii, br cuiuic aU Ibc , u eU u new torn on msi anil beut, haa st last f anaag as. It li said U here no eau-il in curtne mamstlMn. It win create treat ex. ulenun: among U doctors, as it ie eald to be a perfect renMdjr, and wUI cure til wetr rheumatic, acrofuloo,, ud ;MiJ patients, lrfrert StaMs Knssrs. as U at Uauutert, (armere and all mm uelng borate, vol aee It, ai it ie represented a being a sure cure for eparint, riiif bonce, piinU, wellinr. sprain, poll-erile, ftatulu, crate he, caddie or collar fall, ic We are told that a man in lllinoM ie riu( about the conn try buying np all the cripled borer ne ean ana, ana neating their eoree, and curing them with the Muatang Liniment, and the elliug them again; and he make mone be it. We ad vise all Uioee Buffering (rem tore or paint ef any kind to try it For ! m Athene br WW. BrRSfl: In Calhonn be H F. MARTIN; in Charleston by 1 AA B. BAIN. (mar t f7 We are authorised to announce JNO. F. POWKR ai a candidate Sir Joint Rcpreaenutire, from the Via trti-t composed or the countlee or McMina, Meift and rout, at tne ensuing Auguoi election. tftT We are authorised and requested to announce Lieut. 'M. C. Lll.LAKO, of Meigs county, ss a candi date to represent the Third Congressional District, at tac next August election. VW TVe are authorised to announce Col. J as. ITfrrrr of Pulk eonoty, (formerly of McMinn,) a a candidate for Brigadier General tth Brigade Tennessee Militia. The nrirnde ie composed ol tne counties of Roane, Monroe, McMinn, Pols, ana Bradley. Married, On he 1?th Inst., by Rev. TV. Hayme. Mr. Jnstr PsArt, of MadUoariUe, to Mist Cabuum Pounua,of ruis county. Vied, On the tvenlnit of the tth , Inst., at Kalorama, Cnfrei couuty. teutiease. TbuSaS A. Asbeasoa, aged six years, son or v r. i nonias a. auuereon. W XI XV TP XXX 3VI. SEAG0 Si LAWRKNCE. Grocers, Commission Merchants, iaTTt r tl M ITaf aitAiy, iicoit, laud, ja ?, rectt, rtovs. arc., r'.. evo., No. Tl and 74 Whitehall Street, if Innlu. f-M 4i0!SI0MKNT3 respectfully solicited aud prompt ss returns prouiliiea. Cash advances given on Pro- duce in ttorei and cash orders filled with promptness and care. imurch xs-om'-v wn. LAWMS'C. I. M. IXAOO. 1)1 ANO FOR SALE-A good bargnln. Apply jl to imarcnxBi hm. d. BURNS. 11 Vi: C'KTN It E W A It It. Runaway from ' the subacrlber sa Indentured bny, named Wa. Ma baov, about eisteen years old. I will tire the shove re. want of Bve cents for his apurehenainn ami deliverv to me, but no thanks. I hereby forewarn all py.ona from Hiring or nHronnng mm, unuer pennitr or the law. Msrch 13, l566-t WM. TIIUMI'SOX New Goods! New Goods IV. B. BEYKOLDS) lion ton, Tcnn., IS now receivinjr a large and well scleeted stock of Spring aud Hummer Ooods, to wlticb he woulj respectfully call the atten tion of hit friends and th public (fi'nersllv. ( articular attention it invited to hit stock of Ladict Dress Goods, which is unusually large mi aurnmive. ins stuca oi uooill lor uen. tleinen't Wt'ar incltidei almost everything, irnm tne nnest rrencii Ulotn down to com, nmn Cottonndes, which, together with a lot Staple (oodc, is not to be (urpasicd by any etiauiisiunent in ill country. He reel con fident he ess suit all pertou wiehinir to buy good and cheap Goods. mar. 23-tf-339 A Valuable Farm for Sale. BY virtune of a decree rendered in Chancery Court at Madison ville. I th rill on the nth day of May, 18SS. sell to th httrh- etl bidder, on a credit of iz month, at the residence or Hubert McKeynoldt, in Monroe county, the-teveral tract of Land constitu ting th Farm heretotur occupied by id Hotiert Uclley noldt and Itaac D. AlcReynoldt, tituate on th water of Dancins Branch, in said county. J. A. COFFIN, C. T M. March 8, 185S 6t pr fe ft S39 -r . . Attacntv, Tea., rjlUS tubtcrlber has recently taken ehsrg of thlt ja. nouae, ana it is now snuergotng thorough repair aud being refurnished In good style. His abject Is to seep a g oou neiei a nouae wnere gnosis can bo com fortably accommodated and cared (or. Bv eivlne tha builueat hia whole attention, and keeping kis table sup plied with the best the country atTords, he hopes and x- pecM ao oe uuernuy pairouisea. marcu lu-ll-.3 JOSEPH I1AKI1IN Moro Saouuty Xio.tl.ct, BY t late Act of Congress all persona who have been in the service of the United States at long as four' teen days, are entitled to 1v acres ef Bounty !end. Those who have received Warrants for 40 and 80 acres are entitled to the remainder of 10 acres. The undersigned will be pleased to arrange the claims of those they have formerly procured Warrants for, and lor nil utner wuo ore eutitied. Call at O. W. Roes' Countlng-Room. Athens, march itt-tf J. W. BLACKWEfX A SOU. MEETIJNfJ ef Drrslur ninlnsf Com' pnny. The Stockhohlere of llecstur Mining Company are hereby notified that the election of Direc tors for said Company, will take place in the town of jiecstiir, st the annual meeting of said Ittmpauy, oa Mondny, 2d dy of April next. march 1, ISM-nt-Kt8 M. BUCHANAN, Bee. A Tr. NOTICE. I HAVE in my possession the Law snd Forms nrcesss ry for making out declsrstions for all those who are entitled to additional Bounty Land, under the Act of Congrex passed the d day of March, 18SS. My OfBce ia on Main street, opposite the office of the "Athens Post" atid Chancery Clerk 'e office. Atuens, Miircn lo-ti-aas jijun u. siuuuu. FAI ir&CUNNG"lIAM, WnOLKSALB DSALSSt AXO IHPOSTSM Of Hardware, Cutlery and Guns, No. 41 North tide Public Square, NASHVILLE, TESS., nATF. now la store a full snd complete assortment of Hardwire, iu sll its varieties, together with sa unusually largo stock of VutUry and Oum, to sll of which they Invito ths attention of Dealers visiting this market; tlrelr stock hns been made up by direct pur chases from the JsriotffbofHrs, both in America and Europe, and they feel confident that those who may give them a call will And it advantageous to deal with Uiein. Cash snd prompt time buyers will find the prices of their goods suited to the times. XT heathen reoelved at the nignest msrxei price, march lo-tMMS Threshers! Threshers I FARMKRa. and others who contemplate purchasing Threaliert this sesinn would do well to hand in their orders soon, or they will not be tMe to get the Ms chines out in time for threshing out tha next Wheat crop. 8. K. UK&Db'lt, Oeneral Agent Athens, marcn in-ii lur lower lennoaaoe. NOTICE. To the Old Soldier and Olhrrsn, A LAW having passed granting sddlthmsl Bounty Land to thole who have been in any War since 1790. so ss to give to each snldlvr 16nscref. Thoae who have had SO acres are entitled to Si, matt, and thoe who have hsrl 40 acres to 11 more, snd those who here had none to I6ti, provided lhi) ktifd 14 lay. I will get Bounty Lend for sll entitled for the sum of and will bo at Athens the M Monday in April next, and the 2d Saturday In each month thereafter; at Madl sonvllle the Sd Monday lu May next, and st csch Battal ion Muster In Col. Vearwond's Regiment In April next; at Benton the lat Monday la each month; st Chsrleston the 4th Saturday In each month, and the remainder at home where 1 will be glad lo meet those entitled lo Bounty Land and attend to their claims. Pelton, Tenn., March 10-lMiot jamm itiwat,!. SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY Jjottor -y. (bt ArTtionrrv r tiik stat r Alabama.) CONDUCTED OH THS II A VAN A PLA.V, Gsr X . XX Cl O X XXX Oil 10,000 Number! OOl l'rlxt-kl CLASS M. To drawn the ad of April One prtse to SO Tickets, and remember, every Prise drawn Cspllais ..iuyi,i ! Il.fsaj m 4.1SH) n , S,(MH) t.lSKI i !) 1,1(10 6 of 11,000 , 6,'K'O In stl SOI prises, smounilng to , . . . . nu,not) V Tlckeu I0 Halves and Quarters In proportion. Bills on sll solvent Banks taken st par. All communication! strictly confidential. BAHUKL tttTAN, Agent snd Msnsger, Sign of the Bronse Lions, July 14, 18M IM Montgomery, Ala. a-TOTICE. II hsvlng been shown that the eslatt 11 of James P. Minis, deceased. Is Insolvent, notice Is hereby given In all persons having claims sgslnst said satsta to file them with the Clerk of the County Court of Monro county, properly authenticated, by the lot day of September next, so that s pro rata dt.triotilion msy be made. JOSel'll ITITOS, Adainlalrator. march 1,1 at prsreeg ant IVotloo. PURSUANT to t proclamation of tht Governor of the flute of Tennessee, to me directed. I will one tnd hold tn Elrrllon at Ihe F.leotloo Orouod of each Civil District of Meigs county, Trnnes.ee, on Thorsdsy, Ihe 10th day of April, IWA, for the purpose af electing t M.Jor Oenersl for the First Division of the Mliitit of ttld Stale, lo til tho vaeaocy eanaed hy the rr.lgualto of Oen. W. R. Ca.well. JACOn F. ZfCiaLfCR, march l(.loU-4l-ld HherisT Mrlg. county. C40TTAUE CIIAIItN. W trt deelrnoe of rhlng our pre.ent tmek of Chairs, and will tell them at the factory priote, fr.lgnt added, vsreh C. F. 4 T. F. OrmW. ftlVIsR V. RTABLR. TUB snWrtbef has openorl Livery Stable la the Skabiaa attached to the Athena Hotel, and has onn- nliad himtrll wn a anolber of good Horses, Carriages, Bucsica, ao., a DO Is preasirea as arrswassuaio au w r,.u mm Juaa, o tessenabie ttrsas. Ilia stork good, vehkleaMW, and hie object J, to keep what baa been very much seeded at this otaectn right sort of air aetabUabraent. Peraoae caa JM accomaaodaio at all tinatamasMnt'sssMico. He ssks a liberal patroi aaareJl lt-tf-OS luan Ah sauiuao. P iUPILS attending lorcot Hio Academy caa octal Board at tho Uoose of uo auoocMOer, oa roasona- ble The ailoauoo noatuiy, goo water, aa at a convenient distance tross toe Academy) .- .J Athens, march lf-tt MART r r. una. Sale of Land. -ft-or virtue of a decree rendered la the Chat jVJ Court at Mediaaavllle, la the esse of John Stan. Held. Administrator, against the Widow and Heirs o James Taylor, deceased, 1 win, en the list day of April next, at the Iweotwator Depot, In Monroe county, sell to the highest bidder, o a credit of six and twelve months, the Land of which James Taylor, died, seised snd possessed, la Monroe county, and oa which he re. aided at the time of his death. Including the reversions. ry interest of lb heirs In the dower sxirnrd to ths widow. J- a. corns, c. Jr. march t, 18S9 it pre fee 14 UT NOTICE is hereby given. Mist on the 19th March next the annual Election of Omcers for the Duck town Mining Company, will take place al the M unlock House. The original otocanomra are especially requev ed to attend. J0UN CALOWtlL, f resident. Feb. SS, 1SSS. Tanyard for Sale. raring: mhaeriber. Intending to remove Irani Athens, I osTere lo sell hie Tan yard at private ssle, One of the best openings ia Isst Tenuessee for Tenner is now offered, a. It is Ute only Yard In Athena, convenient In every respect, with plenty ol water. Terms seeommo. oauug. nam -j w -. . o. J. K. MeGIJIRE. AUorney a,t Xaov.'W, Flaicoin, (it., WILL give prompt ttlentloo to all business entrustel to his eare. lie will do a general collecting busi ness. All demands put in his hands for coilectloa will aioct wtm prompt attention. krfwtnart: Ool. A.T.McIatyer.Thomasvilte.Gs.i J. 1. Allen, Macon, Ua. march SHhs CrZlOOIIBI3l A. II. & J. M. I ROW RESPKCTKULLT announce to Ihe puhlie that they have now and will keen constantly on hand a gen. erei assortment of auperior Liquors, which they will sell low ror cash, wholeele snd retail. Alan, Cheese, Crackers, Raisins, Candles, and every thing else that is good to eat. (march x-tt 1.1H SALE A likely young NKORO HOT an JL' U1UL. Enquire at this olhce. (inarch 9 1 1ST ller-PlVf-d. Blue and Oreen Bucket..; Cot Jr ton snd lleuip IMowlineii: Coffee snd Hugsr, Ac. march 2 C.F. T. P.UIUMIX. R. M. EDWAUDS; Attoritor t t i-t a. xr. ClvTelaud, Te.un.t IVHL attend promptly to all business entrusted to w Y hia core In the Court, of Bradley, Tolk, SIcMiun Meigs, Khea, Hamilton, Bled.oe and Murinn counliea. Itr format : Oeo. W. Uo... Allien.: D. C. Ketiner. Cleveland; A. (i. Vi, Puckvtt, Harrison; Thn.. Crutch Held, Cualtanoogn. Fcb..4-ly B.l.auSSlS. WITH Wi S. HATTSSWl, AIUKKIS Si MATTUEUs, Wholesale Grocers, AID MALXSS IS . Fine Brand lea. Wlnes and Clears. No. 18 and 13 Market street, Feb.38-1y NASHVILLE TEX3I. Thos. P. Stovall & Co.. General Commission Merchants, All'tSTA, uA. WILL give strict tnd prompt tttentlon to consign menu made them. Their FIRS PKV0F VOL SI ia centrally situated oa Broad street, with large and commodious storage, for storing tU description of rroduce. RerxKsac : Hon. Jno. P. King; Isaac Henry, Eiq' Milo Hatch, K.q.; Bcranton, Seymour A Co., Auguata. Hon. Mark A. Cooper, Klow.h, Us. W. I.. High, Cm., Daiton, Oa. K. O. Pearle, Esq.; 8. R. McCaniy, jq., Chatunooga, Tcnn. A. l. aeyes, Esq.; n. a. Keedcr, bq.; Uavid Cleage, Gaq Athens, Tenn. Tlhb. A Hard wick, Cleveland, Teuo. UcUn A Henry, Loudon, Tenn. Feb. xo-ly" Musical Academy. THE undersigned would announce to hi. friends snd lu all ktvere ef good music, that he has removed to Athene, Tenn., hie former place of residence, with the view of giving leesone in Music, and tha his session SrlU commence on MvKdtiy, Uu fltk tiny uj fibruurf. TERMS, Psa Samoa oy to Tt'iau : Pt.no ttn.no Uuae of the In.trumenl , g,U0 Violin, Duller, Flute, Clarionet, Sax-horn, or other Brass In.truments ,.. ta.fsl Harmony and Composition S6,u0 li will alto give lesseus la French and German. Tuitioa $11,00 Tuition payable lb advance. Feb W-tf OUST. B. KNADI. ni.OWII.-Vi have Just received t good sutiply of M Turning flows; Bsoaoil riowa; luitivator., a. Feb.U KEYESATHKNDER80N. GARDNER, SHEPHERD Si CO., Tf HOLWALR DEAIiBttS IN Shoes, Hats and Straw Goods, No. SO Public Square, NASHVILLE. TEN. WE respectfully Invite th tttentlon of Merchants to our cxtensivs stock of the above Oonda for Spring and Summer aalee, which it now arriving daily, nd will be complete by tne vtn in. I. We are prepared and determined to offer extraordina ry Inducements to Cash and prompt time dealers. UAUvacn, Biinrnrinu a w. We have In since and will keep constantly on hand superior article of Sole) Leiultirr, which we will sell tt the lowest market price for caeh only. reo lo-ui u., ek a tu CLARKE St GRUBB, 0 9Iriih8ioi ne It CHANTS. Alia nta. UrorfrltU HAVE lately erected a hwge Wick wsre'nonse, tp the rear of their Store, and are now well prepared receive consignments of Country Product a. class ...it. r. sstcati Feb. lo-Sra B84 fTILOVEH WCCn,- hnsMt ri,,er Seed for J sale by - feb.Ia KEVMB HENUEIWON. X3mmoXtxttoxx. NOTICE It hereby given that Ihe arm of natrUAR Ksoi wa. dissolved on Ihe lat day of January last. All persons hsvlng account, standing open are therefore requested to come forward and eloae them with money by not immediately. iiEnauaa a s.iua. the hu.inesi will hereafter be carried on la tht name of J. M. A T. J. Ksox. at the old stand. Chsrleston, Feb. I, lsM-St J. M. T. J. KMJ.1. Omct East Ttaasssss t Ososoia Rah Roar Co. I Athens, Tenn., Jsn. , 18AA. ( STOOKHOIiDExTS Rut reancMss at Vtorfla Kail Boad Company : YOU sre hereby notlfled that the Directors have or dered the Twelfth and last call of Twenty-live !n. rs on the Shore, to be psid on or oeiore tue arconu day of April next; snd that pavment. ran Be ma ar to i. M. WHITIC, KnotvUle; WM. LENOIR, Lenoir'a; II. A 0. JaOKbU.N, Athene. Feh.x-ftl C. WAI.LAOE, Fre.ldent. Select School. THE next Session or JTIrw. i'oollf's ftrlrrl Nc-liool will commence on Monday, the Ulli day February Imt. The number ol pupil, win oe iinuita twenty-fire. TERMS. W rT arw, (petting, Heading snd Mental Arlthmetle . f w riling. Written Ariuimetic sun ueogrtpny w (Irsmniar, Natursl Hl.lory, 1'hiln.ophy sud Chsm- latry... . I, " Lstlnand French 1 on Music (Piano) i v s of Piano W Vocal Mu.le taught tree of charge. No implli taken for let than half s session. Tuition payable ia advance. lAlhent, Few, g-tf To tboM XntoiatBt9rl. UAVINO dliposrd of my snilrs stork of Mrrrhsn .lu in Athena, all those indebted to me either hy note or account are earnestly requested te some ktrwsnl snd pay up Immediately, ss ths business of the concern mn.t he oivaed, This Is my 1st! csil. Frb. f a, a. itr.rur.it. J I' ST V K,.lledlr, rlvrd, snd for tsle, t let of Cooper's ron alea,t ar.l rste artlclrof rto. 1 Chew. log Tohaeoo, hy a. r. Itasirrunif, Rlceville, Tena, Fen. r fJ8T raoeived aad for tilt ly Jan. 0. W. f. Iloxirsaa.xloTsfraw. J CRT received, soother eunpry of I. ere Tomlog Plows, fro Ihe Ns.hvlll Aerleuirursl V.nufa'wwy, tnd f-r st. l'J tTkttWTiV Mi EVERT peraoa sImwm oonatanlly keep on band, for eases ef eaaergeocy, a bottle of Sloea'e Inetaat - Bef; it i the great internal and external romeely lor tho feounediale eare of cketw, keartkorn, eere-thrnat, toMk ache, ocakaess ia the back oe kidoeye, dlarrneea. dysin tery, cholera ssorkas, all tuaBsxe caaiplainta, eirk head aobe, axus cake, rheussatieai, aorenree in the buaee, pala la the .Umbo, eraaape and spasms, cold., aptnei eem plaiaui, aweUVd Avinta, sprains, braioes, eic and fee thwhv It is a sapeeior remedy. FOR MOMSki AND CATTLE total tnstsnt Krlief is miy groat Retnedy. Mali a M cent bottle of Sloan's insunt Relief, eare a horse of chollc la few minutes. For bruises, at raina rauw. umIu nA mma aeher Inhi.iea OB horsra. ealtte. an other aaimal.i Jloaa's Instant Rdie'srlduaa fails u of. lard Lmaaodute relief, and speedily effects tare, Many aereoew have been aaltisiiebod te witness the rsB id cre enacted by thoeit of ihe wonderful anedwino. The dollar bottle, contain six usees Ihe quantity of the twenty-Sve cent bottle, coasrqurenly a aavihg f ese- third ia made ky surehaaing the dollar BMtlrq, WALTER B. SLVA.-S, . Grand Pepot, 4 Lake , Chleage. Fersaleln Athen.by f.k lt-dm) WM. Bt kM. . DEAfNESS, TOTAL OR I'ARTIAL, ESTiRELT REMOVED. DR. ALSOPHERT beg. to esH the sttrntlon of thee suffering nnder a partial or lotai leeo of the eenso el bearing to the following tact. I tie treats di.essee of the middle or Internal ear silk ssedicsted doaekee, ouch as Is practiced In the luarmartes of Berlin, Lrlpetc, Brussels, Hamburg and bt. Petertrmrgh, and lately by the must di.Ungui.hed London Anf i.t, with the meet wonderful success; Indeed, It Is tho only teethed that has bee univar.ally successful. The beet proof of the efflcsry of thlt treatment will be t reference lo nearly nine hundred names, resideata of the L'niU'd States, Canada, New Ilrunawick and Nova Scotia, who hav been restored to arute hearing, and Dot a tingle solitary esse, to our knowledge, did we fait to effect either a partial or total restoration of the hear ing, when our advice and k'structiona were faithfully and punctually adhered to. Many who could not her. the report of a pistol at arm's length, can now hear a watch beat at the di.laiM-r of four ket. in rase of mn cu. accumuisttnn in llie Kustscbian Tube and Tympa num, Inflammation of tho winvua membrsne, nervou anecttorta, diocueea of lite BDemnron lymnant, eatir "the drum,14 or when the disease ran be traced to tho effect, of fever, or colds, the use of quinine or mercuri al medicines, gathering, in the ears or rhlldhood, Ac. this trestiueul stands pre-eminent. When the auditory CHtial is dry anil scsly,.with little or no secrvtioni whe a the desfties. i. accompanied ith noiae lo the ear, like falling water, chirping of in.csls, ringing of hells, rust. ling of leaves, conliiiual pul.ationa, a diM-harge of mat ter; or when in .looping, a .rnaatluu i. fell to If A rush of blood lo tht head had taken place; when the bearing bt lets uccule in dull, cloudy weather, or when a cold hao been taken, this mode of treating the dl.rs.e is Infslli-. hie. in deaf and dumb ease., my experience warrant me in saying that If the hearing wna good at any time. much can be acconiptlalied. In the deaf tnd dumb school, nt Lclp.ic, out of s els." f fourteen, I tuceeed ed in restoring four to trule hearing. ... . Pr. A. begs explicitly to stats that in those rifriks undertakes, he guarantees t tucceaful result eosnpteio restoration of the venae, or such a mnrked Improves meat a. will he perfectly snli.faf lory. If Ids rcaiedlr tro faithlully applied and direciione adhered to. Appll-, emits dill pleaae state their age, duration ul thedlteaaer lr mntter i.nuea from the externitl .i.age, If there aro, noises in the ears, ststo of general health, snd whst they suppose to have been the cane of the deafness. v When the hearing is realored, It ia rxperlrd that thos in es.y circumstances will cor tribute llbersily. All dlaeaara of Ihe Eve .tri-efullv treated br Ihe so- Elicallon of MEDIC A TKD VAl'OUS, rf-c, an infant Ie anil painle.a treatment of di.ea.ea ef the Fye. scuto or chronic Cstsrsct, Specks, lntlammatlon, Film snd W eakneu of Vision, Granulation of the Lids. Llcrrstloa of the lachrymal Olands, Ac, Ac. To the astonishing and gratifying effects of this treatment, the child, tho youth, those of mature age. ss well as tbo.e far advstie ed in lire, all hear testimony to Its wonderfully reno vating) healing anil snouting euerts. Medicines, Apparatus, Ac, sent to any pari al lay expense and rink. Address Ur. ALSurllFRT, BrnsdwtyotBce.Ko.4IUd. near Csnnl street, New York. Consultation fee, rive Dollar.. 1r. A'a Woe., on dlaeaara Of the Fve. tha Ifatura .ni frektinrht of Deafness, snd Treatment of the Deaf and Dumb UliKlrateU with tleel plstes-price tin. Money letters autt be registered by tht rdllmaattr. mtrch S-oui James' Neuralgic iuid; Tint no Klrorliniirjr Mrdrrt.ir. for Ihe curr of Neuralgia, Itheu ma lia.fi. Cramp CUnl(c,CholraJurbiif.,IliarrbaH, Croup. FluXi (Sort. throat crnntjrttM wltli Hcarlrft Fever, Pain" In anrpsrtof the bwljr, ill una. Chilli an4 Vevcr, lleadeachc, liruUeinrl "ft ruin a, uii iomtothr diacaaea, la now for aalc by , v . . . Xn. II. IIallkw. Athvna.Tenn.i If. 1. Ieowv. LtttaitoBi Tw-s. Liwia, i Jarkann'aHtorf, Knoxvlllr; A. W. CtiaaT.' Plitladelibia ; J. C. Vavony, wftjtwatrr; J. M. ItiTU, Charltrton, W. K.PicKKiia Co., Utcrclaud; JiaraaO liKiJe, Uucklown. , . , . And whrn we tar for tire cure, we mran that tor txtwer and eflicaryto enrt certain I y ami qnivk. aiaia i h abort conilalnta. It lyrpaaavi any rnedlclnr (w thinly) ereryet coaipimmletl. It liaa never yet failed to rnr. Crump Chollc lu teu mlnutfi; IHnrrhara and GhiMera Morbua nearly aa quick, and for Klus nothing, 1 think, equali It. It will pay all periotiaatifferiitfr with Neuralflai or Nervona Weaktivaa t tivm thla a fair trial; they will ro- Joict that thla Mqult-d waa ever dlacoTcrvil, and I now moat heartily Join with Uiem, aa It la the only remedy I have found In twenty yeara th conquer thii moat tormrnt Inf dlaeaae. Full direction munl each botriOi Hrownlow'a Whiv Hr detalla and testimony. 1 will aap ply reliable atfenta wltb amall qaahtitira. rrlce ptt Lottle.caah, only. J. J. Jm, -Fancy Store! n AVISO bought Mr.liarhln'. Fan.y !lnrt tnd ad ded It to our nrlxlnal stork, and being drterinlnrd to tell at reduced prtceo, we esn In good fsith Invite th attention of the ladles and gentlemen who wl.h th doesl Flain and Fanry Good.. Ladies, thine extra In Undersleeves snd Chemisette trt not til out. Thoao retdy-drested Bilk Uonnett snd embroidered Handker chief, trt yel In store, tnd sleo the wide plsid rlllk.. ow If you waul something Doe jual call srmind. mtrch t C. F. A T. F. GIBSON. jsi?7XjazrtNr the .table of the subacrlber. two stiles F.rt of " Athens,on the night of Wcdne.dsy, the Win IhM.. Che.nut Sorrei IIOKhE, thoul Ih W bauds high, with a Isrgs blsse ia his face from the eyes down, ons whit hind foot, snd a very slim tall, in good order, and shot all round with old thoes; the sight of the near eye Is eft fee led, although It lias tho sppvarsocs of bring sound. A liberal reward will be nald lor tha altlrrelirtialon of Iho thief and recovery of the property, or a suitahle root, pen nation Air the recovery of the Hurst. My pod office Atuens, McMinu county, Tetm. msrch t-Ht DAVID PF.ARCP.. Clevelsnd ilsnnert TrallnntflettTltneet and hnmeilis.. ouricr, will each cony two weeks forward bill to Iklt since. Oooee Male Academy, nenton. Toiin. THE Summer Beuioa of this Instltottoa win mm. tnence on Mottday,the 5th day of Msrch next, un der ths charge of Kev. J. h. MII.IICKN. whose sbllitie soil character as Teacher are so well known Ihst th Trustees eousider any commcudsllon from them unne cessary. Term, of Tuition al kw sa st sny School of Ihe lam grade. Hoard caa be had in private famtliee oa ret sonshle terms. Uy order of the board. Feb.ie-iy-n4 w. ii. Reynolds, -c. Look On I I Itlusl Have JHoncy. THOfR Indebted to me aro earnestly rrn.ue.lfd Va come and pny np. if they do not I must pot Note snd Account, in trslu for collection, Nov. IT, 18M WM. IICBN'I. T'iXT' JSlx-lxxa 'CCdtkXi.tocie WILL give the higlwsl market Wire for all the geo4 Fl it HKINM that may he offered during the eeaaon. such as slink, Oiioe.um, Fox, Hsceoon, Otter, lle-usa Cat, and Muskrat. I Athens, lee. 11 U. W. UUM, Cls.e-s.lx-sa-Cli..iz-sa t QA UU.KN Cottage, Rocking sud I'hlidreu'a Cheirs, mr lor ssle Chcsp tor ra.n. Appiy to Jsn. 1. J, 8. UlllDOkJi, Athent Depot. OiTlolnl Wotioc, DMIMSTIIAT0H8 snd I.L'AltDIANK srs hrrthy notided to com. forwsrd snd make settlement. A ALUIIA., t l'lf, . October 18, 18Mtr SI VTlaovt A zx erf. IZn if t -simric with to strrhsie s Isrg lot of good Finest T snd Ilsy, lor which we wi'. pay s llhersl price, we ,n pay a itoerat price. Aug 4, '04 l.kVU A IIF.MlF.UaO.S. Tost yV.olcln. fl.PHf nif. Nitric tnd Hydrochloric or Mtirltll A, Mi, of tin purest quality, for tsJr l"W. by July 111 W. UOKR. lolflnt;('lelba. Wt. have on hand snd for sale s superior article of Rolling Cloths, Not. ft, . . I and 10. Nov. JO Mifctt KM k OII.Lf.SriD. Just llrrriveirl, flFNFRAT, st.nrttnent of BOOTH tnd RHOFR. which ws proinl.e to sell ss low ss Uiry esn bo bought elsewhere. Cull aud Judge for your.elves. We take plrsaure In showing and pricing. Alheu., Dec. I C. f. k T. f. flMW. WM. ALLSTON fiOURDI.V, ' rACTonto.tiMi,iiio. nr.ntuAnr Cat. hast bay ttreet tad North Comaierclai Wharf t barlpalou, . C. IF prepared lo mske Ithersl sdvsnees on eon.lgnr.nt of Cotton, Corn, Hugar, Flour, Uraln, lluy, As. Ueaaine rcravlaa ttrpmt I ., rkmwrmml. Rone Dust, Miners! I'ha.- ph.le Lime, Huner Fhospbste Lims, Ac, slwsye en head. stalM F4 s au --1 1MB St PKIiriSB n.l Pt.-W tPr to krtft oa hsnd, Fnr, Karwi. and lrd, U sell at wkola- aa I. or retail. '"T rtos.As. dun. I C. F. k T. F. OIHhON. JWWCK fT.--A IM of ftrtl rale Bawrd fnf 411 fur law uf rj r. i.. nr r iik.r. Mndrefhri ti'nrdenSrcds. Agt'rrl.y of UndrrtVa O.rOa KotsV lot yvov't' crop, td wtrrsnted to be go i yn.t reretvrd snd for sate hy V, B. Rl,V sni rxs, Feb. Id rr-aR4 P-oiesi, Ten.