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PBCBITlOif and eoltnnf nw
i' . .' v-; oVthPn.t '
' ' pnlloy of' mini moil, particularly
i ... . . rtuUt for pnllttcal nation, to confuse troth
; V. ' ' nl error- lo fight sv moral reform by feign.
''', infc teat.ia behalf of torn proposition about
i V watch there on be no dtiimte; lb eound in
" l r ,1flrni point where there'll no danger.
, ; t ".lue reaaere pi the roM may find all this ex-
j ..; '- amplified in a communication in a late issue.
, . ' signed "S."f'tti sentiments of the writer
, : are mora familiar In this eounty than the sig
atur.. Tlie falsity of hla first sentenoe is
-,v . ' only equalled by ita bnngling construction.
' It alleges that the friends of Prohibition con
tradict and practically disbelieve that man
is capable of self government. It is our wish
to Induce the people to ennct a law fur their
own government, so worded, so framef, and
so guarded as to meet the approbation and
secure the walfnre of the majority. The des
potism of one, and the unbridled licentious-
nets of the mob, are two extremes alike to be
shunned; and between the two is found tho
golden medium of "constitutional li'-ierty."
Ours is a government of law, and whatever
evil comes upon the body politic, is a lit sub
ject for legislation. This is a proposition de
nied by none but demagogues. Prior to 177U
the State of North Cuiolinn regarded tippling
as an evil, and, by a very stringent low,
placed it under restrictions and penalties.
That time-honored statute is the law of this
land at tlie present day, and no man can sell
liquor in less quantities than a quart to be
drank on the premises where sold. Is that
eoeroion f The people have steadily fought
the evil from then until now; they in their
might and majesty have overrode the dema
goguesthose who wore opposed lo "co
ercion" and one restriction after another
lias been added to the list of prohibitory
laws in this State, until we now enjoy the
benefits of "eoeroion" during one-seventh of
the year. It is sufficient lo aver in an indict
ment that "A. B. sold spirituous liquor on the
20th day of May, 1854, to C. !.," and, if the
proof shows that it was Sunday, a conviction
will follow of course, because no man in tho
State of Tennessee, with or without license,
can sell in any possible quantity on the Sab
bath, to any living mortal, white or black,
for any purpose whatever! .Doesn't that
smack something of "coercion!" And yet
' , where are the evils and malign influences tint
Iiave befallen this proud Commonwealth in
, . ' ' S consequence of this tampering with the peo
, pie's "liberties I" But "S." sagely remarks,
" ; . , j t , "where eoeroion begins, liberty ends, and the
' i ;. ; S, wider the dominion of the former the narrow
x '. V v' .-. or the precincts of the latter."'. Fortunately
' ;J for the public morals. We have a law shutting
' " ''.i.r;"': 'p these 'ir(j" jrfnlf on-Sunday; and
1 ii i ,;'VUi "U ,we jMtsf is to "narrow" their, business .'tin-
''"' not a single day is left to the "dominion"
: .",-"' "'of isAisfiyt'sinr'I-tfiink' tlie sentence above
; . '. ii ' i-ji quoted Jvoe copied by "S."from Horace Gree
) '! ;-. ly.Jli great enemy of Tempernnea eforma
'.'i; ".S.f ,io1 V Vorktlf expounder of Fonrier
? t -;;tl,m Inibetioa, atijid'tna general advocate pf
'i.!?' infidelity tin-
J ..i-i,i;!,"i1'..-1er whatever garb lliey may present tbein-
: y .his writings, Le evinees 'a peifeot community
'.'j'eir ",-tt thoughi and feeling, with this arch enemy
p--. "t.ihi humanfaeeV'r-i4v-,.a ;-, VJ" '." .'
ftr xprtding hia own in'ge
.T.tJV f'th th aid if such as he could bor-
i .. :ijt: rowr- eonoludes if . o ) with this
.. iaea: tne tippling laws now jn force lie
- S - if- - repealed by the itnrTr-leglslature, dio." He
vv V.."V further that the other liquor laws, except
" J . the tippling) shoul j be enforced that "pub
, I 7 , lie opinion is fast forming in favor of a strict
'.l -. .' ,'. enforeement of all laws which guarantee tho
. V. '-y,' .5 'tasKtraaUity, IgdoeT'oHer, -stnel moral ad
.'.i..:rnint of looiety.'J, '.Tliat is quite a sum-
' .roerset t -First he eays "it is impossible to
' " '. V,,-'.oerce men into morality" "that moral sua
.v : aion and legal coercion, will not work togeth-
i- erj',' and then, winds up in favor of a ttrut eii
'j .j forcmnt of our laws, which prohibit absolutc-
t " . ly for one seventlrof the time, and are very
" " . rigid aa'tb the other six days') The device is
: Vv,T'7 .l1.1oWiod I think the seven Mcjlinu
.'j -v, doggerlea will teient the offer-" ' N.
'." ':'Pn Master BnaiT at 6EBgropnL.
r "The head eiminecr at ISob.natopol ia a young
: v.. V.7-;;'tjin named Todlebon, who at the comnieni-o.
.- T rnent of the aii-go waa' a eaptain and aliuiiHt
unknown. When the ait-go commenced,
'.;.';: Prince' Munachikuff, it Ik anid usked the then
' ; ,- lu od engineer how long it would tike In put
a,tho place in a atnte of defence! ilewna nn
' awored "two montlia." Todleben atepped
forward and anid he would undortnke to do
' it, if he had a many men aa he required, in
two weeks, tie did it in twelve fluya, and
vun made t-nloncl. yinc-o Unit time Im h.i
lind the direction of everything in the way of
building batteries, defences, &u. The other
day tlie Grand Duke called upon bin wife,
who ia residing in St, I'elerabiirgocongrat
iilute her upon her liusbuud'a pninioliun; for
lie ia now Ciunerol and Aide-de-Cninp to the
Emperor, The Ruashiua udopt the common
sense praclit-e of taking the man who will do
the work beat, and tht-y get it best done.
. This is the practice in well conducted private
kusiiiesa; it ia atill more necessary in public
service, where the consequences of mistakes
throngh incompetency and ignuruiicu may
Jiffuct a whole imtiun.
ISyCnptniii William Slay a well known
mountaineer and trapper, and chief guide to
Colonel Stuptue'a commund, died In the mili
tary hospital of Salt l.ako City, on the 28th
' of February. Captain Muy was originally
from Nashville, Tennessee, but at an curly
- age he sought Ilia great west, and adopted
tlie prufeosinn of a beuvcr trapper. For
twenty yeara ho roamed over tho country
bordering on the head walcra of the Missouri
and i Yellowstone, among tho Groa-vvntrea,
Jllimeta-rees, Oluckl'eet, Crowe and Sioux,
and there ia scarcely a atreuni that pours ita
wtitcra into tho Miaaouri from the Rocky
; Monntuiua, in which hia traps have not
IIeavt Uamaoes Some yeara since n
atnge coach, filled with paasengere on their
way from Vundnlin, III., to St. Iuls, upset
near Greenville, Bond CO., Ill.,nnd injured acv
.- T'eralof the passengers. Twoauita for dsmagea
; Were aubseqdently brought before the 'Jourl
. :: , '; of Coininon Pleaa of St'. Iuis county. Both
.'.....'.weWoiJMi 14lbt in favor of the
V 'P'r. I" Pf sl!, Dolnpliineya.
.' V .r "P"' fMOplvty Jhejnry' awarded SflOQ
-.- ''-. j.JT1 ' ; ' In the if b( Ji)0 SloDonuld va.
. ' -, - . ' 'i il': j .
,vne aainsgaa awaruaq. smouui-
-r 'is n strong "auspleloa nmohg
': " lied refugeea In New York
mpt to laaaasionU Louia
ln. ited at lila own auggea
' xt hlmielf, "and tatiafy
. .... t"?t.i--NoHtim
WifATta a PoLiTtoiAat Such remarka
are frequently made aa these; "I cannot bear
politicians." i do not believe that there can
ue nn noncal politician." 'I'olilieiuns are a
curae lo the country." Almnat over one will
have heard remarka of this kind. It ia well
thnt they should be considered. Ara thev
true! Before wa can determine the nnawe'r
to this question, wo must first determine
what a "politician" k The term must be
delined. Ak tho man who declares that he
does not believe that there can be an hnnoat
politician, to explain himself, and he will lind
himself at a loos. Does ho mean thnt all men
who concern themselves about the election of
those who are either to imiko Inwa or enforce
thorn; are imliticiiina and therefore dinhnnpait
If ao, then i our country on the vi-rgo of
ruin, when In n government of Inw only rna.
cats interest themselves in the Selection of
pnlillc agents who are to make our laws or
see that they nre executed? This cannot
therefore he his meaning; What then does
he intend by politicians! Ma may reply that
those nre poliliciana who seek for office for
selfish ends, and who ill resort to dishonest
means ami corrupting Influences In attain
those ends. In this view the conclusion
would be the sheer truism that dishanctit men
nra nut honest. This would he equally ap
plicable to thL. public und to private life. For
unprincipled men will act out their true
charaeters no matter whero they may be
plneed. But to conclude that, in a govern
ment whirl) niakea us what we nre us n peo
pie, nil who participate to any considerable
extent in the ngvneiea necessary lor sutaln
tig mid carrying on that government, inevita
bly become lost to virtue and correct princi
ples must becontinry to renson and lo truth.
CHicAaoTli.i.ixtii. Mnv 0.1
Further particular confirm tlie accounts of
ine terrible tornado that passed over the town
of Jefferson, lust nijiht, by which four persona
were killed, nnd five wounded by the blowing
down of a house on the lino of the Illinois
nnd Wisconsin railroad. It commenced in
Hie nflurnonn by a revolving funnel shaped
cloud plowing awifily along near the ground,
about 16 miles riort'h of here, carrying lip
larne sticks of Wood, stones, &-.c. It deacribed
ii aeml-cirele towards the southeast, nnd
twisied off largo trees and whisking them out
of sifrlit instantly.
The whirlwind then broke in two, nnd dis.
appeared, but almost Immediately formed
again, anil passed directly back north and
west, with redoubled violence. After de.
molishing the house in which the loss of life
occurred, it took up a barn and threw it upon
the horses and c.-iille it contained, eruahing
them at once. The timbers of Hie house and
barn were hurled down to the ground with
such violence aa to bury them almost nut of
"itrlit. The house belonged to Mr. Page,
whose wile, son and two grand children were
Accounts nre given of persons be'inr carried
up one hundred feet in the nir, and then
hurled down with crc.it violence. A number
of eye-witnesses have testified to tlie ravages
of Hie tempest, and describeitns most teriilic.
The same afternoon a hail ntnrni occurred
In this city, alter which tho sky presented a
singular appearance to the northward, nnd
the weather changed from Ihe most opprca
aive hent to the most chilling atmosphere.
snKogn, may va. nn eye wnnos of the
hitewhirlwind reports alill more losa of life
and destruction of projierty The families
who siifl'ured by it nre in a dreadful atnte of
destitution and misery.
Goorge Sand, the .famous French
writer ia the grenl-graiid-dnughter, by nn ille
gitimate channel, of the celebrated .Marshal
Saxe,'whn, at twelve yeara of age, ran away
from home and fought in the trenches at
l.ille, under Mnrlborough.nnd at thirteen hud
his horse killed under him, mid his hat riddled
with bulla at-the' aelga of Tourney. He was
himself one of the three hundred and aixty
two natural children of Frederick August,
King of oaxnny and Poland.
- t-Sr" A western editor thus apologizca for
the non-appearance of hia paper at the usual
: "Owing to the facts that our paper maker
uioiiiiMiiiiea us, nun me mulls lulled and de
prived us of our exchamrea. that a Duteh
pedlor stole our acissora, that tho rata run off
with our poste, mid the "Devil" went to the
circua while the editor was at home tending
to the buhies, our paper is unavoidably delay"
cd beyotid the proper period of publication."
A strenuous effort ia now mnkiuir in
Louisiana for the suppresion of tho practice
of carrying concealed weapons. - The new-
law passed by the Legislature of that State
makes tho carrying of concealed weapons
a misdemeanor, and subjects those who
nre accused of it to a trial before tho Crimin
I-jff" Hull, the colored Dunkirk barber, re
cently nrrosted in New Orleans for robbery,
has been convicted at Maysville, New York,
nnd sentenced to 15 years imprisonment.
While in Mavavillc jia'l. he alteimited to Initio-
himself, but was cut down before hU
purpose wna accomplished, by a fellow pris
oner. l-if A correspondent of the Constitu
tionalist and Republic, proposes a fusion of
the Democracy of Georgia with Toombs,
Stephens and all other whiga opposed to
know iiiitliingism. So the old parties are
fast being forced to yield to the necessity,
which declares they have outlived their use
fulness. Matrimonial Si-kculation. A gentle
man in Kelooahoo, Ark., was married lo a
young woman, and niter lour months'connu
bial felicity, was presented with a black baby.
Ilccalled on his lawyer, related the circiim.
stances, mid asked his advice. "All right,"
eaid the man of law; 'let me have the papers,
mid you shall have a divorce inatuiiter. '-Oh,
lung a divorce, replied the gentleman, "1
only want lo know if I can sell the cussed
l-ff A lad in a state of mentai absence,
gave three cheers for the itura and stripea
during school hours, and perceived hia er
ror when he got the stripes without the
The Game of fashionable iile is play hearts
IsfiT The train which conveyed the Em
peror Napoleon to Windsor on their recent
visit lo England ran at the rate of 72 miles
per hour. Tlie distance was 38 miles. Brun
nell, the great engineer, managed the loco
motive. - . THE WEATHER.
The followingia the range of the Thermome
ter, at the office of the Post, for the week
ending 80th ult.i
8a.m. Va. ti. l'i at 8 p. m. u r. is.
May , ' 1 7 84 88 86
' . 67-14 Si 81 80
. ..' 64 tn 68 11 IS
.: , 8, 89 11 is la 80
.. -;. 66 1H lu 19 16
' 99. '11 18 Is 14 It
ComplalnU of bad lurk are often round
about, shallow apologies for iodolono or
Th onndidAtefl for Oongrewin thia (th8d)
District will speak at the following time and
lontvnUSpringi. Fridny, June 1
UnU Plajr. Hatimlny. 3
Athena, Mondny, 4
Lo"don, Wednesday, 0
Sweetwater, Thursday, " 7
Duektown, Saturday, " 9
Benton, Monday, . "11
O eorge to wn, "W ed n end ay. " 7
lecntur, Tliurday, 9
Ten Mile, Friday, 29
Post-Oak Springs, Haturday, 80
Kingston, Monday, July 2
Washington, Wednesday, 4
Riilnhiir Springs Friday, 6
Tollett'a Mill, fctaturdny, 1
Coop's Creek, Baturduy, 14
Jnnper, Mondays " lfl
Chattanooga, Wednesday, IS
Ilnrrion, Tluireday, " 19
Chsfrlestoni Fridny, " 20
3. W. BLACKWELL,
J. M. AN DKUSONi
W. C. LI LI, A Ul).
FAY YOUR TAX Li
I will attend at tho fdlowintf timpS and
places for the purpose of collecting the SUnte
and County Taxes, for tlie year 1H05:
7th Dist., Athens. Monday, June 4
lat " Widow Thomas, Tuendiiv, M A
2d " AMcPhail's, Wednesday, A
8d ' J. Thomas, Thursday, 7
4th " KCntes, Fridiiy, 8
6tli 11 Jas. Forrest, Saturday, 9
6th " llentou's, Monday " 11
8th T. Gregory's, Tuesday, ' 12
9th 14 .las. I'enrce'si Wednesday; " 18
loth Uieevill, Thnradayt U
Hth M Undtfrdown't, Friday, ii
l'ith " Mclton' Saturday, 1
ISth " 8am. Gentry's, Monday, ' 18
14th G. W. Kirksey, Tuesday, 19
10th ' G. Melton's, Wednesday, 20
Itttli " Calhoun, Thursday, " 21
17tli tl Joel Culpepper's, Fridnv; " 22
All who full to attund and m.t(;u payment
may expect to pay Cdts, as I am compelled
to collect the tuxes and pay them over forth
I am requested 1y the candidates for Uep
resontntive for this county, and Jno. F. Fowvr,
candidate for Floater, to" say that they will
attend at the above times and places nnd
address their Mlow cilizens.
THUS. STKI'JIEXS, SWf
and Tax Collector for McMinn county.
We nre authnrltefl nnrl romiaatorl tn innnnn -
JAH. JAKVIS hs a catHtldnte for n !rii !n ih natorlul
brunch of next I.e(ri-lnture, lo rt pren ul UUtrict com
poU of McMinn, Mfl(f, Folk nnd Monroe counttvi.
We nre SltttiO.llEerl nnrl rsnuiiitii1 to nnnnunoe l)r WM
J. JOHNSON tin a caiKlidnte for tlie Putmie, for the Dis
trlct comvopcil of the countici of Monroe. McIbh. Polk
Wenrcnnthnrtted nnl rrtiurttptl tn ainAnnoa rtc Tia
nt'CK NF.lt r a cimdiilitte lor Joint Itcprexentititve Tor
Polk, Meigd suit McMinn oountlei,in tho next LeUlHlure.
We nre authorised nnd reouesteit to unnnunrc JntlV
QUKKNKIt An a cnntlldute to reprexent McMinn county
as tim luncr urnuuu 01 ucxi ia.'tl9iaiure.
tT" We are authorised and reqnmtpd to announce
R. K. 1)0AK tin a enndittnte to repri'nt Monroe county
in the populur branch of next Lvglttlature.
IfiF We sre aulliorlted s,nd requvsted to annoi.ncs
JAS. McKAMV, of lulk county, att h unudidute for Joint
Representative for tlie Dhtrlct composed of the counties
of Meigw, McMinn and IV! k.
ST We nre nutliortxnl and requested to announce
Hon. J. W. Ill, AUK W EM. ns a cntnlidute to represent
the Third C tig region id Dintrict In Ihu uext Coiire of
the U. S. Elcvilon 2d of August next.
IV We are suthorliipd snrl requested to announce
J. II. COMII, Kr., nHft CHintldnte for Joint Itcprowt-ntH-tire
for the IXairlctcoinpoaednf tho counties of McMinn,
Hoik and Meigs, at the ensuing Augtutt election.
We are requested to announce Hon. JOS! AH M.
ANDKHSON as n caudidaleto represent the 8-1 Cougres
sIoiih) District In the next Uongreas U.S. Election 2d
We are autliorlxed and requested to announce
MnJ- R- HURST um a usndidrtte to represt-nt McMiuo
county in tins populur branch oftlie next U-giftluturo.
tV" Wc are authorised and requested to announce
Col. 0. W. HM.I.KW a a ciindiilittu tn represent the
Pcnatoriiil DlHtrlcl compoed of thu conntleit of Monniu,
iliiMinn, Tulk ami Mtnt, In the nuxt Uttnurai AwemlHy
of Tunuctiee. Klcctiou id of August next.
tWm W? sre nulhorUed nnd rcqnvAletl to announce
JAS. C. C RMM-K, Kiq., h a caiulidile to represent
McMinn county in the lower brunch of next hcgulaiurc.
XV We are authorised to announce JNO. P. POWER
asitcnniliiliite for Joint Reprenentntire, from the UU
trict coui)oacd of the coutilies of McMinn, Meigs and
Polk, at the ensuing August election.
We are authoriwttl nnd requested to nnnour-'f
Lieut. WM. C. LILLAltl), or Mclgi county, iih a
dHte to reprcsi-nt the Third CougrcsMiunHl Uistrlet, t
the uext August election.
JT We are atithoriaed to announce Co. Jn. Hicnr,
or Polk county, (formerly of McMinn,) as a randidHle
for liriffudler General Cth Urigade Teiinetiec Militia.
The Brigade Is compound of the counties of Roane,
Monroe, McMiuu, Polk, and Bradley.
Tho multitude of testimonials frsm men of
worth and integrity, that Iihyo ajipeured in our columns,
furulih conclusive evliluiiue .that no medicine, In use,
hns accomplished 10 many extraordinary cures, und
given so universnl satisfat ion In every variety and stnge
of diiuase, or that has had so extensive atid ruuid a sale,
as Sloan's medicines.
8c Sloan's advcrtUement In another column.
When death Is at the door, the remedy which would
have saved life, If administered In time, comes too lute.
lo not trhle with disease. Uely upon It, that when the
stomach will not digest food when falnlncss and ami
tude pervade the syxteui when the sleep U disturbed,
the appetite feeble, the uiluil lethargic, the nerves tin
naturally smittfllvc, ami the head contused rely upon it,
thut when these symptoms occur, the powers of vitality
are fAiliug, and that, unless the mischief Is promptly
checked, life will be shortened, as well as rendered mis.
vrable. Now we know from a mass of testimony, greater
thau was ever before accumulated in favor of one reme
dy, that Hontlaud's Clerimiu Hitters, prepared by Dr. 0.
M. Jackson, Philadelphia, will Immediately abate, and,
In the end, entirely remove all of these disorders as
surely as a mathematical process will solve a problem.
Who, then, will endure the ugony, and the risk of life,
with health und safety within reach f Ues advertise
A Orrnt llloMM.nv to the Afflicted.
lite nuinocr ana innuumnie Character or diseases of the
Liver have long challenged the attention of medical
men. Home ot these diseases, classed under tlie gener
al term tf Consumption, have been supposed Incurable
and the unhappy patient allowed to die, without medical
science tooirVr hlin a hope of recovery. Happily this
can no longer he the case. A remedy litis been found
which will cure all complaints, of whatever character,
arising from derangement or the Liver. The Pills dis
covered fay Dr. McUne.of Virginia, actdlreoilv on the
Liver; and hy correcting its operation and purifying It
from disease, cuts off and exirlpates ths- complaints
which have their origin In the diseases of this organ.
Remedies hitherto proposed for liver complaints, have
failed to operate upon the seat or tha disease; but these
Pills inske themselves felt unon the action of tin. l.fvr.
and by cleansing the fountain, dry up the Impure streams
of disease which thence derive their existence.
1'iiiciiasers will be careful to ask for Dr. Jv.a'
O MiratM Mrr Pill, nnd talci? non pIi ti.i.m pi
other Pills, purporting to lie Liver Pills, now before tha
public. Dr. M'Lnuc's Liver Pills, ulso his Celebrated
Vermifuge, can now be had at nil respectable Drug
Stores In the Tnllcd Plates nnd Caimda.
For sale by P. II. Kami Co., Athens; J. A. k C. W.
Corns, Mad (son ville; and by oue Agent iu every town
in Teunessce. June 1
Mill AtlOllier. N. Lttnnlioar. n-nsTkl lrrAn
for Cleveland and Ohio City s-ir : In November last a
boy of mine about twelve years old, fell down stairs and
bruised his arm ami leg, so that he was unuhle to use
them. Fur over three r.onilii hi arm
equal to an angle of forty-five degrees. There htid form
sd also on the side or his leg a large callous, and was
drawn entirely out or shape. In fact lie was a perfect
cripple. I never expected to see him walk again. I
m..uu.cu mid a.mcrw IWOOI ifiC DCBl ptiystCIUUS III the
city or Cleveland, but all t no advantage. I was
persuaded by a friend to try the celebrated Mnrican
JunUttiff IAnlnifnt. 1 procured two small bottles, and
In about eight days his arm became straight, the callous
was removed, and he can now walk and handle bis arm
as Well as ever. 1 Would therefor rweniniMn.l tl.. i u.
tment to all who may be suffering from contraction of
uie corns or naru tumors. Tlis boy can he seen any
time at my house, near the corner of North Alley and
Norrlson street, Clevelond, 0. John McAvov
For snle In Athens by Wn, BITRNS; In Calhoun by R.
F. MARTIN; iu Charleston by JAH. U. DAIN, may 25
In this place, en the 96th inst.. Mrs. Paot i r
SSXL, wife of Wm. B. Russell and daughter of the late
Joseph and Wtuney Ballet, in the 24th year of her age.
nir. nusseii nn nau ner snare oi atllictlons In this
life, but she endured them with christian patience and re
signation. She sought the lxrd while she was yet young,
attuohed herself to the Methodist Kpisoopal Church, and
lived a pious and eousistent life. I visited her on the day
and hour she died. Death seemed to have no terrors
for her her mind was calm. Hh hl nni ..i.u.
of feelings which frequently characterise the last hours
of the pious, yet her confidence In tiod was unshaken.
8hs said to me, "I know he will not cast me off, for I have
taaon reiuaje in i nnsi. jesusdisd for me I have ties
In heaven which hind me to the throne." She possessed
the power or speech uatll the last minute, tlhe asked
for soma water which was given her, of which she drank
freely Immediately after she breathed her last, leaving
a hushand and Infant, with manv friends, to uaurn h.i-
departure to the spirit land. Reader, "be ye also ready,"
"For ye know neither the day nor tha hour wherein the
o of itvtnfiomfth." a.
Kingston Uasetteer will please copy.
In Benton. Tenn.. en the toth Inst.. Hiar Ah. inf.nt
slaujrhter of the late Cot. Bennett Boyd an Klisabeih
Voyil, sfed one year and four months.
Olst Sorest I' leer a and all eruptions and dis.
eases arising from an Impure or depraved state or the
Diooa. Bee me extraordinary cure or wm. o. 1 1 nr wood,
a hiahtt respectable cltlsen of Richmond. Va.. bv Car.
ter's Ppanish Mixture. He had ulcers and sores of the
worst description, and finally got so had, he was unable
to walk except en crutches. A few bottles of Carter's
Spanish Mixture, the great blood purifier, cured him, as
ii nas curea nunureu n oiners wno nave suuered wi.fi
rheumatism, bad effects of mercury, and pains and ul
vers of die bones and Joints. Bee advertisement. Jl-lm
. . AuotmTA, Mat 89.
IlerewUh Anil sUlf mfnt of our Prortoct mnrkf t which
yon will Bnd correct suit reliable lor the preterit time. I
hare to notice a slight advnnce In Bncon slile,, and an
eailer feellnf In BreajIMulr,. I quote as follows t
Bionn, h,., round, III I0J,c, with fair stock and
moderate demand; nam. are dull at 10 Qg for rood
average parcels, some eilra lots would command 1 1 fa
12c, and canraaaed 18 (ft ISc; sides In (treat demand at
11KIJt with but Utile onVrhiK and demand heavy!
shoulders 91 r Xc with good drmand and good stock
l.tan 11H ! H,'c for choice leaf In barrel, and kern
Taluiw injic. HntrladiillaiTVj (a Sc. H"ns7iaSc.
8iinir 2,M 8.NI V head. Wool, in (ft S5c. Cotto
YAkus if) a 9110 bunch of S lbs. Cottoh Osviaraoa
c 11 ynrd. Coa ai.4 lii 1.48. Ma.t ,1,40 1,44.
Oath (1(1 B.V. No W iieit In inurkct and prices nomi
nal. Plwr aio.00 St V btd. and same rate
hundred In sucks. PToca Pras l.o0 ra 1.7,1. Fkatiiriis
a.-) (Si 'Wc. Bukkwaj at ra Jjic. uuma 't a micas to
Exuiuhuk on the North cent, premium.
Yours, vttry truljr,
. , , J. A. ANSl.KT,
Commfvtor anH Product MernJitmt.
. ... MAiros, May SO.
Transactions for Ihe pri"t week In tlncnn, Ird, Plouf
and Produce limited, owing lo tha light slocks on hand,
with active dcuand.
!I oon, hog round, With clear sides, 12 r& 19 Vc. with
ribbed H (a aye; oler aides 13 121c; hums U,V
I2i'; Mliniiidci'S PH l"c. l.Ann, sloeks light, 1-2 ff&
l-!XclnHbl. Omrl,ciTcc,tl,4ri(ai,r)i. Oats, .curcS,
87 CrJ 1. l'maUoOOf. MmL.anirce. 1.45 a ,1.1111.
Juicii, aupernne lr. a& Mu; rmra family 0,'JS ia
sa. k. FsATilras, dull, 87 65 4"c. II ir, good
Tennessee. 1 J0 cwt. Ilmaa.good article I8r&2iy.
CofrsK. 111., Hrm, IS .,($ 1SVi: Hro,, New Orleaus 7 &
8c. &I111.ASSFM, in hnrrels, 40 ffo 43c.
ElcUAHuion New York X V ccuU ifrcra.
ai.i.Hn k mrst.AP,
Commlaton Mn'ch'lHU, Miictln, Qa,
Below yon have the correct tiuolationa of our Pro
duce market for the past week. Tha receipts of Bacon
and drain have bun very light, and stocks In tha mar
ket continue low. V. quote
Bacon, hog round scarce and inrletnsnd.llc; sides
H dt I2c; shoulders ?f ff Be; hiuas 12c, dull. I.abo
unchnngeil.il a Vi)ic. BrTTr.a, Teftnessee dull, 16 ff
c. Oihm Is selling in smull iimntl:lea at f 1 .411 H bn.
without sacks. Ms u. sells in riiiall lots nt l,40 (gi I..V1.
OA-fs.none in market, but would sell iiIHOc H hu. Flour
in fnlr demand, fin ra 11 rp hid. Kafir, Dried Apides
1 M; Peaches f 2 p bu.. dull. Kg iTiir.m dull sole, 37 c.
Hat, Tennessee, in hides, 1,75 V husdred.
RxriitauK Sight drnfts on New York Jtfc; Augusta,
Charleston and auvnnnnh V f cent, pretn.
"Eaoo a Annnrp,
Gr.9rat Gumniiaion Nvrcluttil.
Stop tXio Tliiof !
$25 Reward I
A lnnn' cn"'"S himsolf Smith,
1 hiretl a llorae from Ilia auliscriber on
nt.iiMlny tnurniiij; Inst, lo ride a few miles in
tlieeoutilry, since which time I have been un
able to hear anything of either him or the
Horse. He npenred to bo about '16 years of
age, li'ht linir, ilnrk enmplcxion, about 8 feet
6 inches in hciaht, nnrl weighs about 1311
pounds face n little bumpy. Had on a lead
colored lint; dark cloth coat, common, partly
worn; brown jeans pnntulonns mid repre
sented himself as having been employed about
the Mncbjne Shop at Loudon. The; Horse
was a dark bay, 15 or 111 hands high, and be
longed to the Livery Stadia of Jno. I Bridges,
iu this place. I will give the nbove reward
for the apprehension of Ihe thief, nnd his con
finement in any jail so that he may be brought
to justice. He left this place on the road
leading to Polk oounty, nnd is supposed to
hare been making fur North Cnroliiut
Athens, Tenn., Jnne 1, 18.53-lf-84S
East TrmM-anre r or(fl Hull Itontl,
I.. 111! IA5IO, Proprietor,
TflPIWTPPlJ.Y Informs the traveling nubile that
.. u ,,.ne .,ei,r ne netr ire-
l)iit. in C'levelutid, for the henelll or trtivelei-s on the
Kim Tc11t1es.ee and (leorgiu Kail Hood, where he will he
pleased to serve nil who muy cull on him with tiie he.t
the country affords. t'lyvelaiul, June l-tf-34ll
For the complete cure of Couiilit, Cold, Influ
enza, At'lima, lironrltiti; KpHting of Jlloud,
and till other complaint IrnUittt to
COSTS TT MPTIOKri
FBllIlfl preparation Is petting Into me all over our
.m. fount ry. The iinnicroui It-tturn we recvive from
our various iiKenti, informing tin of cures effected in their
limiiL'tilute iii-lgliborlioodK, warrant ns in saying It in one
of the heat, if not the very bent vungh medicine now be
fore the public. It alinuflt invttriiibly relieves nnd not
unfrt-qiiently etirea the very woratenes. When hII other
cough prepHrattont Imve luileil, this hn relieved tliep.t
tient, um UriiKgistn.dcak-rii in medicines, und I'hysiciann
can tcmify. Ak the agent in your iie:treit town, what
has been hie experience of the eiTcctn of thlx medicine.
If ht' IniM been selling ft for liny length of tlum ho will
tell you V it th0 hent .V-rff -hn eftuM.
lielnw we give n few uxtnu-ta frmn Ifttcrs we httve re
ceived hitely regnrding the virtues of thin medicine.
Dr. H. H.OsHn, of Knoxville, tla., I have been
nitig your Uvvrwort und Car very extensively in my
prmuke for three yeiim putti, and, It I with plnisure I
tiite my belief in Us fttiprrinriiy over nil other art ii leu
with which I nm acquainted, for which It in recommended.
Memr. Kitxgcralil k llenncm, writing from Wnvnes
vllle, S.C., my The Liverwort and Tar is becoming
dully more pnpnlar in tM country, nnd we think Jiwily
o. All who have tried it peuk in cnmmcndiible terms
of It, und Hay It la very beneficial In alleviating the com
pliilnU for which ft is recommended.
Our Agent in Pic km. District. . C, S. Tl. Me Full , ns
nuremii! "that he men It with grent bene lit In lits own
family, nnd recommends it to hU neighbor." He gives
an luotnni'o or a Negro woman, iu hi vicinity, who had
been sutF .ring with dUviwe of the Lmig4 for yearn, t-
H-naen wun nuvero cougli.w iio was relieved hy the Liv
erwort and Tar.
8uch are the good reporta wo hear of this medicine
from nil parts of tha Smith. Fur a report of the sur
prlnlng cures It litis performed Western and Northern
and Kit tern 8 tut en, we woiihl Invite the aulTeriiig patient
torcHd 1 1 ia pamphlet which uci-ompaiiivi each buttle,
To all, we say, lute hop, hum hupa I
TRY THIS MKIMCINEI!
BK WARNED IN SEASON!!!
And neglect not that eough which is dally weakening
your constitution. Irritating your throat und lung, and
inviting on that dread disease, Coniumptlnn, when ao
soothing and Meriting a remedy ran be obtained ssDr.
lingers' ISyrup of Liverwort and Tar.
Harare of Counterfeit and Bm Imitations
The genuine article Is "tgntd AMnanw Hookhs. on the
engraved wrapper around each tKittle.
I'rice, ft per bottle, or six bottles for s)5. Pold whole
sale and reliiil hy fCdVIL A MKAlt,
111. 'Jtartre., M. (mti a tut St. , O,
Rule Agents for the iSouthcrn Htates, to whom all or
ders nnd application, for Agencies muxt be adtlrenceil.
Hold alno by p. II. Kkith A Co., Athens; Cow a k HtM
wown, Charhtitnn; W. H. Craiomilsh, Clvvelmid; Mom
McKamy, Denton; J. A. k 0. W. Corns, MailUonville;
and agtuts in every town In the Statu, June l-6in
4 T.AIUiK supj'ly of Bin ok nnd Cnjenne
V Vpper, A liee Put nnd I'eiu-l AkIi, So
tin and Sulurutus Oram of Tartar, CubeU,
Cot k Si'i'ewB, lint tree and Viale, Window
Glass 8 by 0 and 10 by 13, Franklin and
City Ciluzier'e IHamonrls, ft urn-Elastic Halle,
Starch Polish, Yenst Powders, Gentlemen's
Rhoulder Jtioces, Sjiormaoetti, Kveu'e Gen
uine Crown haneet.
A variety of Drills and Medicines, Alcohol;
Oils Tanner's, I.ard, Sweet; Leather, Japan,
and Copal Varnish; Paints and Dye-stulls,
and altnoat every thing else.
Please call nnd examine, and tee what yon
want, MoMnn's Klixir of Opimn, an impor
tant article. As I cannot name every article,
the public are invited to cull and examine.
Athena, May 24, Iftftfi.
TO take eliare of Decatur Academy, in
Decatur, Meis eounty, Tenn., who ean
come well recommended, both at it regards
qualifications and good moral character, to
whom a liberal salary will be given. Appli
cations should be made soon,
Uy order of the Board of Trustees.
JOHN It. NEIL, Chairman.
May U, WS-tf-847
COfH VV.VTIOV A It I KM, Csndies, Almonds,
Pecans, Oranges, Lemons, Ao., Just reoelved and
for sal by sprll 80 A. CLE AOS A CO.
KF'll III 7IN tlOWIKC ltlAC'HINttH,
Thre of thesr celebrated labor-saving machines
on hand and for sale st manufsoturers privet, by
ma tl 0. K. KEKDCH.
DR. J1S. BUCRNER,
Iff retnl-plnri hi, thank, fur tha Tery librnl
patronage lie has already received, would
raspsetfiilly announce to all wjio may need
the aid of a Dentitt, that he is well prepared
to execute all work in the rrlrinus brinohes
of his profession. Oenornl satisfaction will
be given, both in price and style of Work.
Kiceville, Tenn., May 25, I860 ly IMS
fpHE euliecrihera would respectfully an
X nounce to the citizens of lloana aiiil arl.
Joinin; counties, thnt they have erected at
London, nnrl have now in full operation, an
iron ronnury, anu are prepared to receive
Kvrrr Dnacrlptlon st Cssatlnarel
They will keep Constantly on hand different
sir.es nnd etylee of Cooking gloves, furnished
complete, such aa the lloosier State; Ashland
lventiickinn, Ac, Ac; various sires Parlor.
Nine l'latn, Chnmber, Office and Shop Stoves;
llnllnon Stoves; Fronts and Grates, for burn
in coal, toRetlr with a general assortment
of Hollow Ware, consisting of Washing Ket
tles; Tuts; 1'nns; Skillets, Ac, Ac; Waffle
Ii ! Fro Dogs; Wagon Boxes; Iron Railing
of every description; Water l'ipes, fritm one
inch up to any desired size. They are also
prepared to execute all kinds of (iUlsT and
SAW MILL CASTINOS, together with the
well known Kilgore Water Wheel, formerlv
manufactured at Athens. This Wheel will
snw from SUOO to 80U0 feet of Lumber per
dny, and will grind from 10 to IS bushels per
hour. Having had considerable practical ex
perience in Mill (tearing, they flatter them
selves they can give full satisfaction in any
work ordered from them. Also, tlie most im
prove.) Ploughs, right and left hund mould
boards; Morse Powers; Tareshoiitj and in short
every thing in thiol' line.
There is connected with tha Foundry an
where all work can be fitted up iu the best
manner, and with dispatch.
tW Old Iron and Copper taken in ex
change for Castings.
0R0VE3 A KILOORK.
N. B. All Patterns that will come into
general use will be made free f charge.
amy 2.1, isuo-ly K48
By A Hlhority of the State of Georgia,
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
urana scneme ior Jane
CI. A S3 tl,
To be drawn June Will, 18W, In the city of Atlanta, Oa.,
wuen t'rii aniouniuijc 10
1 a 0.00 o
Will tie dlitrlbutcd according to tho following magnifi
cent Hellenic I And remember every 1'rise drawn at
each Drawing, and paid when due Without deduction !
1 rrixe 01 ,..17.000
a, it i io
(MM) t ,
SOI prizes in all a mount inn to
vxi.r zfliv jmtvAJVu numbers
Tickets taHalves and Quarters In nronurtlnn.
)M1U on all solvent Itauks at lutr. All aommuniffa.
ttons strictly confldpntlal.
BAJinu BttAW, Agent ami Manager,
April S7-844 Atlanta, Ooorgla.
P. U. G.1TKS,
ajsv bSAtjm ut
Agricultural Implements and .Tar A lurry,
io. i ..roadway M'.W VtUlll. .
KKTCIIUM'S Mmctvf Machine, rs,
lh.y Hon, t'nttirntofn, Pltwn, Siruw C'mm,
'V -SMtfrH, tttaper, ifor Poietrtatid Threaten,
Vombinmt Thi rxher and WinnoUertani athrr Ayri
cuiturui Machine. . may 18-tf-tt47
Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
fHlll'S Esjuencc la a preparation of unusual excellence.
JL In ordinary diarrliaa, Ineioient cliolera, in sliert,
In all casea of proHtratlon of the digeHtive funvtloiin, it
In or I next hmi tile vulue. During th prevalence of )!
demlc choleru and nut inner cimpluluta of children, it is
ItceiiMurly ttiUiuichtiia; ut family, individual, or trawler
ahuuld bti without It.
Cauthui. c iiiro to get the genuine essence, which
Is prepared only hy V, IU.OWN, at his Drug una t'hem
ivai Storr, X. V. corntr of Fifthuml CHrhiunt Mf'v(,
PAittuhlpAia, and for mile by Oko. V. Unas, Athens,
Tenn., und all Llieiec table Apothecaries) in the
United States. , may 18-0m-S47
Xxa3.ily XX o m odlesi
ISSL'KI) under the seal, sunetlon nnd authority of the
L'tiivvrttlty of Free Medicine nnd Popular KnowU-rtpe,
cimrtercd hy the citato of INmnnylvania, April '29, 1V3,
with acapital of $U4,ihh, mainly for the purpose of ar
realtug the evil of ipurtons noatrums, aUo for supply.
Ing the community with reliable remedies whenever n
competent pliyniiian ciuinit or will not be employed,
have purchased frmn Dr. John K. Kowaud, his celebrated
Kowaiul'sS Tonic Mixture,
Known for upwards of twcnty-Ove years as 'the only
nre nnd safe cure for Kcver and Ague, Ac, uud his in
entlmable remedy for Bowel Oomplaina,
Kou'atid's)IJoiiiiouiitl hyrupel Black
which highly approved und popular remedies, together
with the I'lilvertmy's Jlemedy for complaints of the
IsUiiffs, the University' Itemedy for DvtimDila or Indi
gent Ion; the University' Heinedy for Cottivv Itowela;
a i no, i ne univemuy a Aiinnmic.muy oe uatl at lite llrancli
Dlnpeuvatory, or store of U. W. UUritt. may lEMlni
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY
(ny urTiinmi r v tiik stack op alarama. j
COXHVCTKl) OA' nir.HA VAN A I'LAX.
Or rand Bohe xxx oil
10,000 .umbiT! SOla'rlvoal
To bo ilrnwu Ihe 81 of Jint,
A.nd reuieuibtir tvery I'rise drawn at each Drawing, and
paid when due willioul di.uo'Hit I
" i 4,(H)
' " ifiM
" ; i,im
" tot 11,1100 , B.oilO
In all 501 prlzrs, atnountina to $riv,U0U
Tlfketa 1 10 Halves and Quarters in proportion.
Dills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
All cotnuiunli'slioita strlully conndentiat.
KAsi'.'KL SWAN, Agent and Manager,
aitfu of the Urunse Lluns,
July 14, lf tf-SoS Moutgumary, Ala.
Athens Foundry Ware-Room,
Svxt door lo Tennessee Unnk,
'VVTHKltK Is kept constantly on hand and for sale,
If Cooking and other tlloves, Hollow Ware, And
irons. Ac. and all kinds of Tin Furniture. We are also
prepared to III! orders for HHti(ing, and Tin Ware to
merchants! and othera, upon short notice and good terms,
laving engaged the services of an excellent workman,
we are confident of giving aatUfaction.
may ji-h-u-o .ui.hmvji ah tiiu.haq.
S. K. RECDER
RKSPECTFtri.LV Informs the cltlsens of McMinn
comity, and l he public genernlly.tliHt he will attend
to I lie Helling. I'urchaaing. and Forwarding of all kind
of Produce. Also, to ordering Mooda, tlrocrrlea, or any
kind or Machinery that may he called for. He can fur
nish Muchincry, sm-h us Tli rentier lteapers, Mowers,
Htalk and Htraw Cutters, of any kind wUhed, at manu
facturers' prices, frcfglit added.
A good lot of Threadier uu Die war snd to arrive In a
few daya. AI"o. one Circular Haw Mill and one Clover
lluller on hand and foraale by 8. K. UKKDtlt.
Athems Tenn., may 1 l-tr-840 .
BY 1. A. 6c. J. A FIBnS
NO pains will be spared to promote the comfort of
guests. Ths Table will he spread with the best the
market affords. It Is our determination to maks the
"Otjoee House" equal to the best In the country. Give
us a call. may U-ly-ttM
Iturklown Capper mines.
TIIE subscriber has purchased tha property st ths
toot of Copper Hill, Duektown, lalely owned hy
Wm. 0. Murdouk.and hasApeued s Fubliu House.. III.
arrangements ara ample to entertain all who inayoall,
and he assures Ihe public that Us Table shall be supplied
with tlie best the country nltords, and thai no pains
eliall be spared on his pari to matte all cnmfiirtable who
niay give him a call. iuayll-S!) J. U. KUWAUDB.
JOHN A. Ill'Ll,
Attorney at Lair and Land Agent,
nnonaboro. Beamc? county, Iswa,
WILL practice in the varloue Courts of tha Htats,
and attend to the location and sals of Laud War.
rants, buying and selling Land ae.
Itcfer 10 Hon. A. Dlbrell, Nashville, TenO.l flso. Tlrown,
r..q., aiaiiiao'ivuie, konu.i tt iu. v. iui, m., Ainens,
m V U N I ll TN The undersigned la relvln.
Jl at. a large and handsome let of llala, Including many
new styles, such as "Wide Awake11 4,Youug America,''
"Hungarian," Ac. ' Also, the raaana, leghorn, eur,
Wool and PalmlsafHsu, which will he sold ai the loweat
sort sf sriets. Apia W. B. RElNODKa, Benton.
Stale of Tennessee, Kiei tz'lif.
CIRCUIT COURT, MARCH TERM. 18
WHEUEArV. 1IHNRY 0. COLIUH, Cot
lector of tha pnlilla taxaa for Rhsa
eounty, in the State of Tennessee, reporter) to
Court the following tracts of land and town
lots aa having heen given in for the taxes for
the years 186, 1868 and 8S4; that the taxes
thereon remain due and unpaid, and tha re
spective owners or claimants thereof have no
goads within his eounty on which ha ean dis
train for said taxes, to wit i
Ir'ra, P. Uackei t heir 200 aeres of land
lying in civil district No. , valued at $400;
1 town Int. Nd. 75, valued at Is taxea for the
year 1844, tlioents; collector's fee tl; clerk s
lee l,80) printer's fee l,nO total 4.6lf
Jdrnet KMorriton loo acres, lying In oivll
district No. 4, Valued at iini taxes for the
years 1883, 1888 and 1854, ,22-t; collector's
fee $ 1 1 clerk's fei II, CO; printer's fee tl.SO
total 7,2-21. ,
John Cotbey'i HeireIM acres of land, ly
ing: in civil district No. 8. valued al inn-
taxes for the year 1863 tl) Collector's fee tl;
clerk's fee tl.MH. printer's fee tl, 60 total tf.
Henry A. SheltoH 1400 acres, lnivil dis
trict No. 8 taxes for the years 18B3, 185".
and 1864, 13,40;, collector a fea fit clerk's
feetl.60; printer's fee II, 60 total 7,40.
Whereupon, it is considefefl by tlie Ccurt
that judgment be and the same is hereby en
tered aitainst the aforesaid tracts of land and
town lots, in tha name of the State, for the
sums annexed to each, being tha amount of
taxes, coats and charges due thereon for the
years 1863, 18A8 and 1864, and It is ordered
by ths Court that aaid several tracts of land
and town lots, or so much thereof as shall be
sufficient of each of them, tn satisfy the tnxes,
costs and charges annexed to Ihiiui severally,
be sold as the ls direct
Witneet, Uterus WATtaiiorat, Clsrk of aaid
Court, in -Washington, the 1st Monday of
March, A. I)., 1865.
DARIUS WATERIIOUSE, Clerk.
NOTICE. I will sell to the highest bidder,
for cash at the Court-house door in
Washington, oil the first Monday in Ju'v next
all the foregoing tracts of land and town
lots, or ao mueh thereof as shall be sufficient
to pay and satisfy the costs and charges due
thereon. HKNRY C. COM.IN.
Way 18, 1 855-3 1-847 Tax Collector.
Chituci-rv Court stt Athena.
Jesse W. Edington, William Mee, Jamea M.
aiiin, and others,
IN this cause it appearing that Jesse W.
Kdington and James M. Wallin'are non
residents of the State of Tennessee, it is or
dered that publication be made in the Athens
Post, a newspaper published in the town of
Athens, for four successive weeks, requiring
said nnn-resident defendants to appear at our
next Court of Chancery, to be held at the
Court house in the town of Athens, on the 8d
Monday of August next, then and there to
answer coinnlainnnt's said bill, ni- iIia amn.
will be taken for confessed ns to them, and
sot for hearing accordingly.
WM. LOWRT, C. ot X,
Hy Willi Lowbt, d. o. at.
May 25, 1865-4t l'r's fee tS 848
New, Rich and Desirable.)
"w. xz. re e TiijiiTjr -'
IS now receiving and opening very desira
ble assortment of SPItINO AND SUMMER
GOODS, comprising almost everything usual
ly brought to the market, aneh aa Cloths,
Cassimers, Tweeds, Drap d'Ktea, Linen and
Cotton Goods of every description, Vesting;
of different qualities and latest styles, Ac. Ac
A large stock of Ladies Dress Goods, consist
ing in part of bilks. Da I.aincs, Beragea, Tis
sues, Lawns, Muslins, Ginghams, prints in
great variety and of the latest style Ribbins,
Laces, Edgings, Gloves, Linen and Linen Cam
bric Hdks; and in fact every thing that Isfine
and nice that a lnrty may call for. - : , - k -;i
lie also has a large amV varied atook nt
READY MADE CLUT1UG, which lie will sell
nt a bargain, , a r-.- .
Also, lints, Oapa, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes,
Blenched and Brawn Domestics, Hosiery,
Hardware. Queceware. Glassware. n
lie also keeps oa hajid ageoeral assortment
ot groceries, nnices, do. . ..
Toull of whioh he respectfully invites the
attention of purchasers, believihe .that 'lie
can oll'or as great inducements in the way of
n no, goon anu pretty goods, and low prices,
ns any other house in the market. Give him
a call, exan
a call, exaiuiuo tha asorimeut and judge for
Pianos. . .
JUST received and for aale:1 i . i
One 7 ooiave, 3 round corners, Iron plate.
One 6J " ocfl legs.
One 7 ' " round " curved leg's,
elegant finish. .
One ti octave, 2 round corners, curved legs,
anu mouiaings. -Two
7 octave an ner b Budnir. verv heavv tone
These l'ianoa are from the oldest and best
manufacturers in Boston and New York are
selected and built for strength aa well as for
sweetness ami power oi tone, ana are war
ranted; and Tor beauty of architecture cau
not be excelled. 11. G. COOKK.
JI'XT rccclvrd nnrl lu Slnre. a lurge lot
of Clarified and uriiwn Hugur, CflVe, Molusitee and
fine Syruji, eoda, I'eurt Htarrh.'iuc M'ash-buards, Paint-
eu -luus, uutler's writing fluid, Matches, Mar and ao.
lar Ciiiulles, which will be sold cheap for cash, by
may ti O. W. HOES.
NEW IKMITN A NO HillOES. If you call
and examine our slock wliinh we are Just opening,
we feel assured yuu will not leave before buying a liair
or Boots or aiioes. For tlie Ladles, we have the Lest
Kid, Calf and Patent tlallers. For the Ocutleoten, lklp
anu van uoois: uout auu uan mines.
may4 C. V. k T. T. 01H.ON.
CF. cV T. F. ; I UNO t 'M line Hats have just
a arrived from the North, and Ihe stock is composed
of the latest styles, such a. the best alole, finest Panama,
those beautiful black Leghorns, and some which are call
ed Know Nothing Huts. Tliey have, In short, a complete
assortment of Meu'aaud toys' gammer Hats, which they
will sell as cheap as any of their neighbors. may 4
Um, n II.I.RX KIWIs recelvr. and for
Suit) Dy al KU AKl KSS st lltiAUt.liMN.
- Itolilne Cloth.
llfE hsr on ImiiU sntTfor stile ai
for Mlf m superlsr artlels f
WW H-lUiig Cloths, Nos. ft. A. R, 9 mid in.
i, n, k, v (itid in.
HcKWKN k UIIJ.KPIK.
CK1AKN nnd Tobnn o.-A l-rK tu of CI
gur Hiid Ttibsocn, from tliu very fluent to lutr
prici't) article, just received by W. II. ItKY NOI.DH,
April 6 Hen ten, Teiinentcg.
OltRof thnt No. 1 Tvbitrco at Ihe Fnriners
uiieap more, ny u. r. t, w. uiuikis.
Thresliers ! Threshers !
FAUMKItS and others who contemplate, purcliaslns;
Tiire.liers this sratwo would do well to hand lu
their oi den stouu, or Hay will hui able to get the Ma
chines out In thus lor tliresthine; out tho next Wit
Athens, march 10-tf for lower bast TennuMee.
SA Ir ! MA I.T !-0 new and souud barrels vt
liila ttalt.rvt'elred and fur sale by
April ia W. U. HOUTON k 00.
lEWIMt. TOBACrtJ, a fins article, and
acgara, tor sale uy ap vi a. tLUUS a uu.
.'! A lot of Beth Thomas' celebrated
Clocks Just redclved and fur al low. Persons
wishing lo get a good Ulora at a reasonable price now
have and opportunity of doing so. Cell soon before
they are all sold. . '. D. ItKYNULOS,
April 6 llentore, Tennessee.
SAFETY t'lHE. A good lot of Taps and
Thread fuse on hand aud for sale low by
W. B. HEVNOLUa, Benton, Tenn.
SOHF.THIJIU NEW. Just racetred, fine
French Worked Collars, H.lkfa, Veils, Under gleeres,
flue Silk, Fancy Kid aud Lisle Thread Ulover, 811k, Cash
mere and Cotton Hose; tlentlemen's fine Kid, Hllk sod
Thread tiloves: Shirt Collsrs: Hdkfs; fine Paris, gnanish.
rtone-atlck and Palm Leaf Fans largest lot ever brought I
In A t In..... At niarad BKIlllltN'M. T
BOOTS) sunt Nhooa. Ladles fins flaller Shoes;
Oaller and Kid Hoots; Hlues Kid, Oa'.ler and Ku
amelliAt Leather Hoots, UauUemeu's las Hoots, Unocs,
and eallera. Call oa aiarUO BKUOBN.
Dr.TAI. IHairrlstla ssnsl TsmIw. UsM
Foil; gpoass Hold; Porcelala Teeth; fine Ptal.
Work: Kxeavators, PLusaersi Burs; FtiM. ae.. lustra-
calved aiid for sals by aiarl mmoKM. -.
PIANO rH SAI.E-Agood hargaln. Anuly
to march)) W4. atORNfT
JI'IIT neeclTeisl.Snd for aale.alotof Oooner's
Holled Iron; sis., a arst rats artleta at Ho. 1 Chew-
lug Tohaco, uy , . a, s;. luiiroo,-
res. s . auosruHi, leasn
1 ' tisV luirs r t' '
TtttU) - nmd tt iM -' ; .,
' Ra-1, . b
)fsnsm, h in
eh. floor Rrnetalhma. stfn. t sflaW
Urliit; at the PU f Um so- eh. Bmimwinf
fit ikaa " - . A. . . a at.i I
Otter InsT at thm HmH. (IkntklnsTsiv k ssailns iLftsT '' -i
Rnns when In a Irlnr pnatnra, DisntieM or TUloo 040
" r,m orian ine pifrni rever and nan ram i
th Head, DeAclenry of r?ntlrstlftn, Tfllo4 r
ness of tho Hkln and Kyes, faU. ta UM
ildc, Back, Chest, Litubs. ete., sta
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Dwa
snfr In the Flenh, Cob
staot tmairininfrs of
HrH, and ureal
D e p r essioa
In sttrlhuMnr such vathshle Medical properties tn ihh
remedy, no rath or unwarrantable aMertlon is msdo,
but Is ilinply ntated a fart: proven undenlnbly and con
ClusWely bv tbe extraordinary cures, and hencflta ds
rlTfd from It MM. Itmtcr Ihe dirsrHftfSSUia II1m.If4as.si
orlfiinatnr. Dr. Hooiiand, smons; all clason of Kuropean
viciw nnu isuiii miv immcnifl masa oi teximnnf iron
all parts nf the American continent, accumnlated dorlng
the laot ten yeara, In the bands of the preeent pronrle
Vfi Tlie prevalence of dleeaaea to which the Uermaa
Pittefi are adapted. It la with f orrow we any It, U almott
unlvTf.nl, Indeed there Is scarcely a family throufrhnul
tbe whole elttent of Our country In which them cannot
be found amonK IU mem hen that peculiar sallow and
languid appearance denntlne; a disoased Liver, or an
emaciated and sutTerlnt Dyspeptics
Then af what Immense Importance ta this clsas of In,
valid, that a fcttaln and reliable remedy should bs
filaced within their reach; one In which no baneful or
njurious drus; enters Intfl Its etrmpotiitlon; a remedy on.
which the patient can relr With tlie atmit rnnil.i.nM
and certainty and be astmred from actual and taneibla
proofe. that the article he Is mine; really posaessca the
Virtues attributed to It. flnch a rsmiMlv la liMe.irf'ai
Oerman Jlfttera." Thnnnands nf dollar have been cX'
pended In Its manufacture and diffusion throughout all
pnrta of this continent, and the proprietor feels tha
(Trent satisfaction In statin;, thatthere Is no Btmti,
county or even Village where the medicine has been
Introduced, that there cannot be found numbers, wlllinrf
to teatify to Its virtues.
It la used constantly tn the practice of a larenmnhef
of tlie moat prominent Physicians In the country, wfatf
have also added their written testimony IN evidence 6f
Its (rreat virtues. In conclusion, then, we would respect
fully aik of all thop amicted with any of the above dis
eaies te give the flitters a trial, and rest assured It will
never be regretted. In proof of the statements above
made, nil are Invited to read attentively, the "Memora
hilla," or"Practlcal Receipt Bonk," for Partners and,
Kamlltes, containing a sreat number of nsefnl receipts.
In addition to theteitlmnny In favor of the Bitters, from
the most prominent and well known Individuals, In all
parta of the Union. All A (rente for the Bltteri are au
thorised to distribute the "Receipt Book' eratnifMiftly.
Principal office and manufactury. 120 Arch street.
Philadelphia, Pa. .
For sale wholesale by Drojrjrlsts In all the prinefnut
cities and at retail by apothecaries and storekeepers la
every town tn the United States, and Oanada.
Pold bv Wm. Bunas, Athens, H. J. Mi an a, Calhoun, V
n eua. uiiafwiion: iHoinui s UTaoa. neve
. may 4-ly-IU
BKEAT aOCTUEmr StFlfKXk.
TA.OOZI'8 OOI t TIT A r..
Cholera, I FOR ALL JNoleea rhns,
pysentei7Vf(i-viar.l f .
lilarnMaa. asv n aa vicbiUwa
Alas, Aslaalraklr -
aissaeia ss . . . - .
UOSTSSPKOALLTJ-A vJ.MStirBtjTlOJt. i
Tlie vtrtoes of Jacob's Car- J arc toa wen tnnwo ia.
requtrs encomiums.- - - .t ' ;v.. .
... 1st, ir eurs tnt sssrst aas. "'arr-, . , . " i-'
' ad, it eures Oa.ito.. .r
V -4th, It veneres ths s. t tineb.
' MH; It cares Cw-ra 'ns, . , '-"
VOth, It.aresC.oit .
ttta. It cares -inii
' 8th, It relieves
' Sib, It coantv
. Uih, Ii'a aa mu.
A cM sAorl
fOUHd kin .fflpllM. .
ttaMoy.l "' --..
experienee of Diy
"I take .
1 believe It to
with all Ilioix
rear irlodhy me. A.A-Oiru
s. ths Oraad Udgs of Ceor,
fwriaial In say fatally, siwt t
by thoee who
.va It Stands at kha ti
tried it, Ji.
SvervretraraMm of lueaind. an'dl aukt wmm.
Its lias Jo tu dlaeaae far(srliich it lsa -ted. ... .
' i ji' ' ' rrriiasa.
if fbere is av f cn-ail
onb'a Cewtial muat sta
preparations for Uie c
mass of ttitlmurty )
It muit be very tur
nut If not all otn , .
. . AT pLimtso. Cash. V,
- i -S -H OttrStM. '
u jrrom th
f iv Mrt ajl qia --
curat A-sweBt, oi'. ;
ratlooi. - - -lns.liank.flHst
"This efficient. ream-
fast as llonanarte iwsned rHse.wu. ... -n a
gaining commendation wWnaw.-.iiMiil."-.raM -t.
ftromum,Jtm IMaVleW-. - -,u .. "jk-j ;'VS-vV.v.
ror sate uy nm. uurus, uea. W.Bu,.v rhelton.' ' v '-7 . . '
A. II. Wilson, and Chin, aletcslls, Athena: at. F. Mars--' V'-'V
Calhown; K. P. Bloom, Joha Baatasi, tiantrcB . '.3 "'
Oantrell's X Boads; Oojtford 0nna,adlsoavD)l i, ' ' "'"J
J. pillmaii, MU-Teraoo; t.t.mM, biwassea; Ij. r's ...
nuttaWeat.PhlladelphlwVaiHlulAPiCrel.Awselwaa) i T .- .
H. T. Tipton. Four Mile BraoorUySV H. L.wsB.i7ha -1 .-. . .
TliomnsftQ A Dysoa. Cleveland; Ja a. Itaia, 1 -v.'- "
ton; N. J. A J. E. Ltllgrd A Co., Da- , , '. : "..
we,aswee; J.I.Fagg Afton.Marr - ' A; '" v-'"'' ;
vt.w. in.ua at b. rr, . , ', ;
April tn-ly-Atl - 1 Bksw,ia, , .
Valuable Lands fsr SiIj.
THE unjorslgnsd, being anxious to rornoTa
West, offers for sala, for eaab in banr, or '
by the 1st of Septemliar, tha valuabla FAKU
on wliit-h he resides, miles South of Athena.
nn the Stock Itnaii to Georgia, containing
OaflV sVox-sssB), about 220 of wliieR
um in a Ingli still e of oultivalion, tha halanea
beautiful I' timbered all lying as level a
any valley fiu tn of the same size in East Ten.
nesaee about 100 acres in Clover, 20 in 6ns
llenls Or ass and Timothy meadow; with enm
fortuble and convenient liuildinirs; tiue Wa
tor and good yoi.ng Orchards. Tha Land all
enclosed except a few acres. Iiotter fencing
will not be found on any Farm in tha county.
Also, 243 Acres, lying four miles Korlh'of
Athena, adjoining the hands of Charles Met.
cnll'e ami others, on the Stock Koad from Ken
tucky to Georgia 1HU aeres lu a tine state of
cultivation the land lying beautifully com
fortable lluildings good orchards, and tha
best of water. Those wishing to purchase will
do well to call on tha undersigned, nt his resi
dence sunn, aa ha ia determined to sell and
bargain can be had. M. L. l'lll Ll.l lti.
April 18, 1855 tf mj
TIIK lillEAT IlINfOVr.ItY.
lor furling Ike llalrl
IOR msny years It has been the object of deepest'.
" study wlih clieinisls and others, to produce a nuid ,
that, a.plied to the hair, would causa it to wave aud curl
equal lu beauty to the natural curl.
Is the only article ever offered to the world that will ef-'
feet this most desirable object. But three or four appll-
cations are necessary to eurl It as muah as may be de
sired, and for any length of time. From the many tes
timonial of those who have used It, tha subscriber docs
not hesitate lo warrant the Krollerlon to give sathfao
tlun, aud prove as recommended In all cases.
The recipe for making, with full directiona for oss.
will be sent on tlie receipt of on. dollar, pest yaJiL
The ingredients will not cost over II cents. ,
I'lrect to . a. HlKEMOist;
April IS-aro-tta Warren, Truinlmll ., a''
FAI.Is & CUNNINGHAM,?
wnouauu nuuuw asu larosTias or
Hardware, Cutlery and Gifts,
He. North side fubllc a.nar., , a
. HAMMVIL1.E, TEN BTM V
HAVK now la star a full atid oouaseU ssMrtasstil '
of .urfwurv, Inalllu miieua., Uwalfesr srith SB
anurually larg. .lock .1 f ,a ta all f-,
whleh tliey Invite th - -a - i l
market; their stock li i
ehase from ths 11. tfrm a
F.urope, and they t. .e. itt v .t .
them a eall win a v.
Caah and wvaua
their good aniuxi
Faattases r i
Baareb la-ss-. - - - -
. ku 'Is; I .ud axio r'.
sale at. ' i v faaaiw,
X .V bar
U,A6.m - -i -v ' I
d bars I. : . I
aluatw. ' "'r. . ' -
. -.V A -
SALT I HA I.T l-M aWs. Kutf 's IsU, Ail r
eelved aa 1st sal. to . '
April I 7 Ts A fcaT TUW
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