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I'LX'IFORM OP 1 tfE lRICA N PART1C.
Tt Louisville Jo o rr.,,1 , the foltow.
Jiig ardent nd pn u'4 irtorjr i apon iHe glo
Mom American rmiit J by the 1st
UttionM ConneiU -, ..'
It ii with no r .-dinar feellri" n of sntlsfae
stlon that w pu.I j,h to-usy th a platform of
rh Asnatteon r.iu ty. pfnform, nay thnt'a not
th. -wrrrrh Vis a Tv. ..i-'r i n. ......
" I "r ' a vi uiwviiy
flf- I? J" vary trm pat riot may wor
Whip. Here it tirescntd a c'oi onion mound.
sand aeompre deneive fhith, wb jre the Ameri
cans, tin Di iinooratt and ti a Whiirs, may
"unite. Tho nntive-bnrn Ante? Hcna will here
Wind the gu-irnntee or kit nnlii mality, and the
adopted ;i risen will also n reive the assu
rance tbat his civil. and relif ions liberty will
tie nuuiitrilned and dcfenrii d;and that all
immaterial rights ant) privilege a, consistent with
ithc treat eardinrfl prineiple that ' Americans
ckall rule America1," will In i censured to him,
.Against Yellirlon tit an inst' itiition a fuiih
' the American prtMy wage no war; but when
that institution ! perverte ,1 and moulded not
only to inrpire' faith but also aa a system to
control politicdl action, the Americans will
resist the onertfaehment. us one that is hostile
to th. spirit tif our fre institutions and dan
gernne to the liberties o f the country.
Never beftfl-S ( the inception of ttie
"government ha ssiy runny taken more bold,
and at the aitniatrmejc standi liberal ground,
n the slavery iieainj',1, 'than has this Ameri
can party. Cm tin aulijeot, the American
party is impregnnbW. Taken m a whole, we
regard this programme of principles put forth
at ttsiladtAphin aeseennd only in importance
VoiUm lAeclaratioc of Indcpniidence and the
Cowtiil'irtlon -nS Uho Untte..( stales, before
nUiiernobe andrpatriotio proclamation trensun
iltiHesiin'bidMtie head one! fnotiun stands re
Ibitked. It Htll on all gwod men of nil parties
lto rdllyundoruhe banr.er of their country
toeoine lbrtlilKke freemen in defence of free
'drMu.iiand lo wgard the maintenance of the
Uaion' of tliefttalcs, as "the primary obect of
ipatnotienoerre. Ann will yon not respond
,to'th'3'oIM Fancy tljnt ye behold the ituar'
. WiaVgiMi,eour nati on supporting in the air
ttbpi!tisil the il'.ustrious founders of our
woiYnlry'e Ifsme i fti ncy that yon hear them
elieeriug you on and see them striving to re
iltrme in your bosoms the waning pntriotiu
ffirc of nnd tli.en say, will ye not respond
tfo tlieall. W ill ve not show thnt you are
"worthy of the heritage of freedom whichyour
i ancestors trnnsmiitea to yon, ana mat you
rl J 1 . I. .1 : .J . .......
lintw. w uhuu lit mifwii iim jur uustcriijT,
rtlhre, perfect, and unimpaired. Somote it bo.
'lDr.rF.NUbit Amkhican '1'noops. Col
Thos. Pitkton, it military mnn nr New Yorl.'
t'h.ia writvii n letter to the New York Herald,
fcfrivintf nn ncuoHiit of the intended raising of
n battnlinn ot p'n keil AiiH-ncans troupa tn
ficht in connection with the British uriny nt
the (;mnen. lie states thnt lie una others
' entered into nn agreement witli Sir Joaetdi
' Howe to funiiah 430 picked men, tn be nrmed
with Shary patent unrbinea nnd Colls pia'
' tola, who should po to Halifax us emigrautn,
and there be or''anizeil by tlio election ol'ofli
curs by ballot. The commissioned officers
were to receive full pay duriiiL' the wur nnd
retire nn half pay at its termination, lie
Buys thnt he enlisted 3110 men, and that Gov
crner Howe, upon the lirat intimntion of dan.
per, from the American niithoriliea, descried
the contract. At this instance of want of
appreciation on the part of Gov Howe, for
the "puked men," tnetni. uccnme enrapea,
and aavs that Gov. H. only secured a"cullee
lion of foreign vagrants, aoiip-hoiise piiiipcrs,
, and emancipated felons, whose coining; hither
waa justly regarded a curse, and whose ex
ndua niUHt be esteemed a national benefit to
A Small Business. A Washington cor.
respondent of the New York Express, says
thnt the Secretary of war has decided that
Gen. Scott is not entitled to any additional
pay lis Lieutenant General, either for arrears
or lor the future; nnd that the old veteran and
hero has not received one single mill in con
sequence of his additional rank. There is not,
well observes tlio Hnlfrlo Commercial, the
ahadow of a doubt that it was the intention
of Congress to give him thu additional pay,
and nlso that he would receive it, waa the
belief of every member of both Houses, even
of those who voted against the bill. Under
' nil thu circumstances of Hie cane, ono might
auppose that the Secretary would rather have
strained a point lo give such an interpretation
to tlio law as would have given the General
tlio extra nav. instead of straining it to de
prive him of it. The question, however, has
now been relcrred tit Ihe Attorney Uenerm
for his opinion. If he should coincide, with
the Secretary, the only npponl then will be to
Congress, where it is to be hoped there will
1 be no hesitation in promptly awarding It to
A LAaeLKbiini.iM. Ex-Governor Fran-
r eis Thomas owns 49,000 acres of the best new
wilderness land around Kraukvllle. Maryland.
- . It is covered with timber of all kinds, and
oontnins 72,000.(100 tons of eon), by estimate
of the State geologist, with iron ore inexh toa-
tible. A line of railroad is now in course of
erection from "I'll tsburg tn Alexandria and
Washington, crossing the Uallimore and Ohio
Railroad at this plane, thus making this
. whole tract accessible to the Atlantic, eitirs
as well as lliose. on the 1'otoinao, Ohio and
-"Nnv, girls," said Mrs. Partington
the oilier day, to her neicos, "von must get
husbands as soon as possible or the II lie iiiur
, dared." " Why so. aunt I" ' Whv. I see by
' ' the papers that we've got almost lifleen
. , thousand post offices, nnd nearly all on 'cm
dispatches a mail every day the Lord havo
merav on lis noor widows.' and the old ludy
. ' - atepped quickly to the looking glass lo put
. on-uer new cup.
We take the following paragraph from nn
' article in the New York Herald:
"There is no existing national political par-
ty in the country except these Miow isoin.
in us. There is no Whig uartv , there is no
national Democratic party. They are both
drift. That nn attempt will be made to re
orminize the Democracy ss a imtionul parly
nobody doubts; that it will be successful is
. -extremely quesitonaoie. j no iunimiuu.
,. tion soft sheila of this Slate nro leaning de.
. cidedly to a fusion with Seward and Wilson,
' while the hards are lust as likely lo go ovei
. to-lhe Know Nothium. It is the policy of
this new party to consult this advantageous
.. state of things, anil to turn it to good account
in our next fall election. I ne party which
eorleS New York in 1855 will have tlio in
sido track for the ereut four mile race of
. ; 1856. .
Thr liquor Law, Considerable npr
hension is entertained that serious trouble is
' lo come out of the enforcement of the Liq
.'. nor law, nl New York, on the 4U) of July.
The Commercial says Mayor Wood is placed
In a most trying and unplesant position, and
, . it recommends mat no arrests be made on
that day, but that the Mayor issue his pro.
elamntiou tn warn liquor dealers that they
' are watched and will be brought to account
V', for violating tin) luw on the 4th,
l:-Exlenive arrangements are beim
made for celebrating the 4th of July, at Cin
4 oinnnll, end notice has been given, snysndis
vuiii.li. that Rinnan Catholics or foreign mil-
v ItiM-y eoqipsnios will not be permitted te Join
' ih t.rouession. All the foreign ProteeUnt
.Associations will, however, unite in the pro
' 3 The extraordinary disease which, as
- : . already staled, has made Its appearance in
New York, is much tallied of nmoug the medi.
. oal faculty of that eilyi Some of the moat
. eoiioent of the nrofeasors assert that it is
j w hat is esl led Ihe "charbon" in France;-others
say it Is the "Pustule Mnllgue,lknd oth
era that It is the Plague, hs presence is In.
. dieated first by a small spot on-Ihe lip. In
cision cheeks Its career, but unless the rcme.
dy is applied enrly death soon ensues.
Tilt Cross-W4 Bnd tlio following com-
tnuniention. in the Nashville True Whig, of
tha 31at ' ' : '
Bfli.bocki.! DEroT, iune ltf, "85.
Maun. Editors: There is orgunnccd, at
Bellbuckle Deoot, acomimny styling them
selves "Johnson Ulticej" whose object seems
to be to exhibit transparencies, fliercliy mak
ingcnpitnl for Gov. Johnson. They have al.
ready exhibited nt Uellbnekle, Wurtrnce nnd
Bhelbyvilleand propose going lo Winches
ter and most places on the Railrondind final
ly to Nashville. At Dellbuckle they burnt nn
elligy of Mr.Flournoyind at Wnrtraee hoisted
Ihe Kiiiinin Cross npon one of their transpa
rencies: and when they went to Shelbyvi.le
they hod a rude Cross fashioned out and
fastened npon the ox yoke, (ine onggage oi
the rnmnanv beincconveyed in an ox wagon,)
and gaily festooned with ribbons of various
colors. Now many people wish to know
what Is meant by burning ine euigy -oi one
whose only offense seema to be his oppnsi.
on lo political Humanism nnd niili-Aincri-
cnnism. I hey nie nlso beginning to ak II
he re-election of Gov. Johnson will not be
ohsidorvd a triumph of political Koiiiauiam
in Tennessee. The "Johnson Blues" are no
on bt well posted in these things, for their
jilitnin is frequently at Nashville, and often
n council no doubt, wkh the highest author
ity in the Stale, as to the proper tactics of Ihe
campaign. IV hat are we Cuming in 7
A I'HU I I AIM I .
We think that n more appropriate name
for the above mentioned company, would be
the Johnson Oreent.
A Simple ykt Certain (.'imp. for Tiles.
In view of the immense suffering by this
distressing complaint, 1 request space ill your
columns to make known a certain, sale nnd
simple remedy, with the hope that it will be
copied by other Journals, thai ull nlllicled may
have the oenclii oi n.
It is simply white pi no pitch made into the
size of ordinary pills, mid from 10 to IS (ac
cording to the state of the disease,) taken
during the day until rcliel is had. Une case
mining ninny w hich have been cured, was
that of a person, w ho after having failed to
obtain relict troin the most eminent medical
skill, and even suffered a lesort to the knife
without obtaining relict, has been entirely
cured by the above, unit enjoys excellent
health. loursoic. tl. A.
N. fi. The pilch should be used in its nat
ural slate or in condition it is in when taken
from the tree. ..
fT A paper published at Greenville, Aln
bninn, states that the long drought is sorely
felt by thu snake tribe, loruing them fiom
their lurking places in search oi water. A
short time back a large rattlesnake was killed
near the head of n inillpond, seven feel hi
ength, mid eighteen inches in firth. 1 Ii
track of another one has been seen in the
same neighborhood, supposed to be much
arger, his track measuring eight inches
across. The triu-K ol u slill Ian re r one nils
been seen regularly in August of every year.
tor the last thirty seven years, crossing the
Cahaba road, about tour miles west of Green
villi-, m the direction ol a swamp, which is
supposed 10 be his regular hiding place, i he
track ol this monster is thirteen inches across,
Repeated nlleiiiiils have been iiimlu to cap
ture this putria'rcli of the snake tribe, but as
yet w ithout success, lie crossed on hit usual
truck last August.
Know Nothing Panic in Canada. The
late request of the Knglish Government lor
the setting nparl of a million of acres wild
lands, to be distributed Miiong the soldiers
now serving in the Crimen, has developed
sentiment somew hat akin to Know Nolliiug-
ism among the Queen's Canadian subjects,
1 hu .Montreal Advertiser savs the results ol
former military coloui7.nliuus are strongly
iigainst Ihe present attempt, and dial uuo ot
(wo things would happen either there would
be noseltli-ineiil at all, the lands being bought
up by speculators; or, n large, turbulent pupil
lution, unacquainted with Canadian govern
limn uud institutions, would threaten their
security. I:i lact, the country would lie ex
posed, without remedy so it .inainlaiiis to
tlio invasion ol tell thousand armed banditti,
S-" A corespondent writing from Mon-
A murder uud robbery was eomniiled in
this country on Saturday, Jane 21. I he bony
of Fiesl Newman, a German peddler, was
found three miles from this place, near thu
road leaning trom Aloutivi-llo to J onestown:
Kv. 'The coroner's examination showed tha
lie had been murdered, n pistol or rirlu ball
having entered Ihe head just above the left
ear. I hu murderer had taken what money
his victim hud, concealed his clothing, and
hid the body in n fallen Ireetop. A worth
less character named Young is strengly - aus
peeled, nnd mi cll'ort is now being made to
The C kofr. A letter from New
dated the 18th, says:
From nil parts of tho country wo continue
to learn thu uiosl cheering accounts of the
crops. The Kudu of New York w ill probably
allow a much larger produce ol wheal than
ever before. 1 he quality Iron present ap
pearances will be remarkably line. On the
Genesee flats, some farmers are predietUig 40
bushels to the acre. Thu Hasten Slates give
promise ol an abundant yield. J he llrst pur
col of new wheat was exhibited at Ihe Corn
Exehangu In-dny. It came from Georgia, mid
although tint so line looking as that grown in
this btatc, will make must -excellent flour.
Awful Tuirs Comiso. Thu Spirit Rr.
pors have recently astonished themselves with
u prediction, which, if it should bu realized,
would he likely to prejudice, to some extent,
inu position oi tins panoi nie coiioiiy in mi
eyes of the world. They say that, by menm
of nn earthquake, flood is lo come shortli
which will sweep off ull the nor) Ii western and
central settled portions of thu United States
into the Gulf of Jlexico. '1 he earthquake is
to break up the rocky ridge which retains
ijiiko superior in place und "let it run,
The Value of Freedom. John Adams
thus concludes ii Hotter of Aliril 26lli, 1777
'Posterity t you will never know hew much it
has cost I lie present generation' to preserve
your Ireedom! ' I hope you will ni-'ike good
use of it II vou do nut I shall repent i
Heaven that I have ever taken half thu pains
to procure II.
Flour, on thr Decline. Al New Orleans
flour has declined filly to sevonly live cents
within a day or two, and supeniue wus sold
on Tuesday at $H OU per bbi.
' The Turks. Ins lute appeal to the House
of Irfirds in support ol a peace policy, i, in
Grev slated that as m.inf as half s million of
people have now lost their lives Russians,
Turks, nnd Allies in supporting or atuioking
a government and people (Turkish) the most
fanatic, cruel, barbarous, ana unnriucipiea
Ihul ever existed in ine worm. ;
' Tobacco. Who choose our tobacco among
the foreiim nations with whom we deal ia
metier of some curiosity. Great Britain leviei
a dntv of 4.500.000. or. three shillings ster
ling per pound on tobiirco, making tax of
nearly 76 cents on each man,, woman, ana
child in that kingdom. Twenty-eight millions
ot pounds are annually oonsumea in uroa
Britain. For mrmifluctor'ed tobacco, we fini
thnt Canada is asr best- customer. England
the next, British American Colouies the third,
Australia the fourth. -
" NEfsrPS Chanoi. John E. Helms,
Esq.. has retired from the management nl
the Knoxville Standard, leaving Mr, A, B
Small sole proprietor,
MATnn Dow "SoLn." tt is stnleif that tlio
stock of liquors purchased by the Mayor of
Portland, and about which thure liss been so
much trouble, iustead'af being' Imported, ns
represented, was manufactured at Williams-
urn. Flew York. In other words, the .Mayor.
it is alleged, hits been victimised by a sharper,'
who has imposed upon him, lorn pure article,
for"eiik" persons, a nimnlitv of common
New York wliiskey and brandy.'
KThe balance In the tintionnl treasury
is reduced In eighteen nnd n half millions
of dollars, being a falling ofiffrom Ihe highest
point of accumulation Inst September (
more than ten millions of dollars. Exchange
At that rale by the timo the State elections
for '95 are through with,' the national treasu
ry will be bankrupted.
Defeat or Santa Ansa. By n private
letter received from the cilv of Mexico, dated
une 5th, the New Orleans Delia learns, that
nn Ihe 29th tilt., the advance of President
Santa Anna'e army numbering about J .000
men, made its appearance before the city of
Arlo, (en. (.oiiionlort s lienil quarters. J lie
latter General immediately ordered a sortie
from thu ruuris, ,n, mij soidiera rushing
lorlh with "the light of battle In their faces,"
uddetily fell upon Die Imperial- army nnd
ternslioit, bill desperate baltlc., totally
routed and put the enemy tn flight. This
forced the entire army of II. S. II. lo retire
o Morelin, where nt latest accounts, he was
waiting a good opportunity to return lo the
An Item for Choakeiis. So promising is
the wheat crop in Ohio, nnd so largely have
tho farmers sown this year, that the Cleve
land Plaindeah r anticipates, in sixty days,
buying fl-iur at six dollars n barrel.
Arrival of F.miorants. The packet ship
New York nnd Universe, from Liverpool, ar
rived al New York.nn Wednesday afternoon,
bringing ubotit 1,200 passengers.
t-if A merchant in Burlington, Vermont.
having sunk his shop floor a couple of feel,
announces in tha Sentinel "that in conse
quence of recent improvements, goods will be
sold considerably bncer Hkiii formerly."
The Hon. Joninh M. Anderson, nnd the lion.
Samuel A. Smith, candidates for Congress in
his(theild) District will speak at the follow
ng times and places:
I'ost-Oak Siiri nirs.
Sntnidsy, . " 80
Monday", July tl
Monday, 11 e
Wetienday, " 11
Saturday, " 14
Monday, " lrt
Saturday, ' 21
Monday. " i'i
The appointments heretofore mnde bv Col.
Anderson inconsistent witli this list are with
.T. M. AVUEIWOy,
S. A. SlilTlt.
l.lrt'l Of APPOINTMENTS.
I will be pleaded to meet with niv fellow-
citircur of MeMinn County at the following
times m. I places, where I will uddress them
to w it :
Allen Dellllis, Mouse Creek, Monday, July 0
.bis. Ilnckners, Hoget-s ('reek, TnePilnv " 10
(I W hite s Sprinir Creek, Wednesday " 11
James II. Kenirau's,
Zion Hill, I'herittin,
M. Longs, louble Springs.
H. Gregory's, Liberty M. 1L
Hunks. 17th Idslrict, Saturday "
11. Kinii h's, Hth District, Monday "
Widow Cooks, Connsnogs, . Wednesday "
Sam (ientrv's, 1:tlh Uisti-ict- Tliursdav "
Ivor, i 'nrloek hai nn invitation and I pro
some will of course attend Ihe nhove appoint
incuts. h. II. IIL'IIST.
I3T Pbiilip 3. White, the distiiisruisbed
lemperiince Lecturer, will speak nt the ful
; AITOlYlMIiNTA " '
The candidates for Senator will address
the people nt the times and places below :
I'dllll s bland, 1'olH co., .Mon. lav, ,lulv
A. MeKisHnck . " liMMlny,
Diiclttowu, (Copper Hill,) Wednesday
Tui tletown, (Carutli's.) Thursday,
Siiringtown, If Win. M urge n'e) Friday,
Kiueiintion's Fciry.Meis eaMundny.
Aiiirtiti C"ioi e, . " iucu,ay.
Moore s Store,
Iloffiroae' X Roads, " '
T. rrigmore's, MuMiun oo.,
Sweetwater, Monroe co,,
Johnson's Mill. "
Gentrv's Mill, ,
liig tr'k Meet. House
Iron Works, -
Firestone's, MeMinn co..
Wednesday " 18
Thnrsday. ' lil
Frhlny, " so
Saturday, " 21
Monday, . 2
'J'uesdnv, ' 24
The candidntea for Floater will attend the
ahove appointments iu Meigs, MeMinn and
. ' C A N D I D A i 1! tli
We are anthorlxed and requested to announce
Hon. 0. A. SMITH n a candidate fur re-election to rep
resent tin Third Conffreiisloimt Distrlek tn the Coiijret
f the U. tf. Ueetiwu i f August next
Vt't are authorised and requested to announce Col.
JAM. JAIIVM as a candidiile for a tent in the Henatorlal
branch of next Legislature, to represent the IHidriel com
yotfed of McUiun, Mclgs, Folk and .Monroe counties.
Ws are nuihojlced and requested to announce Dr. VM.
J. JOHNSON lua ciindidale for the Menate, for thu dis
trict ooniiHiBud of tho cuuutius of Munroer Meigs, Vvlk
tT" We nn airthorlttd and requested ta announce
R. K. P0AK aa a candiilwte to represent Mutirou county
In tlie popular branch of next Legislature.
JIT We are authortted and requested to annm.nce
J AH. McKAMY, of ?olk county, as a uandidatv for Joint
Rfpreseutative for the IXstriet cuuiposed uf the counties
r -Meigs, MeMinn and Folk.
rW" We are authorised and requested to announce
J, II. COIIII, Ksq., as a candidate for Joint KepresnnW'
tive for the District composed of tlw cuuniieaof MeMinn,
1'oik una Aivigs, ut tne ensuing August eiectiuu. .
(Sf i'e are requested to announce lion. JOS! All M.
ANUUHQN hs Acitudidji'etn represent Uie K t'onjtre.
aioual District In the next Congress U. It. Election id
fV We are authorised and requested to annonnca
ainj. ii. it. uu ii.tr as a eatKimaie w represent iciuu
county lu the popular bruiich of tlm eexfc Legislature.
' fff We are authorised and requested to announce
CoT. D. W. n.UXKW as a candidate to represent tlie
FVnutbriul District composed of the eounttea of Monroe,
Rtcaiiiin, imir ann sieigs, in uie next ueuerai asseiiiniy
of TunnesstM. JOeciton Hof August next. '
JT We ar? authorised sad requested to announce
4 An. v. viMtKmn, uq., aa m cuiMtwie in retiryseui
MuMinu county In tlw luwer branch of uext Legislature
pf" We are authorised to announce JNO. p. POWKIt
as a Candidate for Joint Mpreaciitatlve, front the Dls
trlet composed of th counties of MeMinn, Meigs and
Folk, s the ausuing August election.'
- W We are authorised to announce CoT. J as. Hickxt.
of Folk county, (formerly of MeMinn,) as a candidate
for Urig'tdier Otnieral ttih Brlgada Tennessee Militlu.
The Itrigade Is -coinpused of the .counties of Koauet
Munrug, vntuii buib, bviiu u run ley ,
Old Krra I7lera and all eruntlona and dls
eases arising from an Impure or depraved state of the
blood. See the extraordinary curt uf Wta.Hi. Harwoml,
a highly respevuMe cillsea oj Ufchiqpnd, Va., by Car
ter's Spanish Mtxiura. He bad ulcers and sores of the
worst description, and Anally gat so Had, he eras unable
to sralk except oo crutches, A few bottles f Carter's
Spaniels Mixture, Die great blood purifier, oured Mm, as
U has oured hundred of otbers who have suffered with
rheamatisin, aaa enects or aieruury, and phuis and ul
oers uf thabuaes and joints, bee advertlsemeut. Jl-lm
It would hardly do for any one to have the teraerlly
now-a(ty to question tha axeellence of Dr. Moorland's
Uenuan uiers, wmen are prepare oy or, u. M. Jack
sw.it. In eases of rivsnenala. llrer cnmlsl,t. mha a.
rangemeiit of the digestive organs, their many virtues
bave long siiife been, mads plainly apparent. They
Surg from the- srafcmr the morbid "humor wtilch retard
i-i natural functieus, and bring paleness to the cheek,
and suffering to th brow. They baelsh those clogs
upoa happiness, rnd restart the system to high health,
" rovnTii bay or jixy, ita r '
AT KNOXVILLE I
Poasengers will be conveyed on the
East Tennessee 4c bcorgln Itall Itonrl.
Tickets good for the 3d, 4th mid Sill days
of July, and to be had at the following
Front Dalton 16 Knoxville and return,
Blue Spring ",
Lenoir's , '
County Line "
On tho 4ih An Accommodation Troin will
rnn from Knuxvillu to Lutiilun nnd Ir.ok
uroMxinji nnd Imvinjf n fini viw nf Urn llriiluf
nt I . mult. n. Tickets for tliia excurBion will
That nin'plw nrrartgrvmcnls niny lmnile for
thti ni-cnininodntion nf nil, il in verrtU'Hirahle
thnt Tirketii for tliin Exenrtiinn nnd for
nnfr tu Knoxville nnd brick from the 3d to
tin' C tli , be p roc urea nl nn early any, no that
noniu correct idctvQLiy In had of the number
ot t-iirn lU'CccBsaryt't be pruvldun. '
The .MnilTmiii will run thu rcL'iilar Sched
PafwnircM fnilinff to procure Tickets of
Agent nt ttepotfi whl hv churt'cd thu rcijular
fare. R. C. JACKSON, SuprrintendfM.
OtIU'i K. Tctin. C:.. Rni) Road, )
Ir. Itfrlnnpn Mrrr Pill. Yh-n lite pro.
proprietor of tlii UiTulunMe rtnu-ar pnrcliHfwd It ol the
In Cent or, tlioru no nn-ftlcinc whlcti ilriurvcd Mo
nnm. ff the cttrs of Liver unit Billion coniplfilritu,
notwltloMinuinn tut! grcM pri'VHH'ncc or tliene fim-Hoea
hi the tnitvl ! tut m. In the Hourli niirt Went purlieu
Ir1y, whre lh putknt i rctientl unuhte to nhtuln
the nerviceB of m rfjrulnr phy.tlutftn, nnne ri'incily wim
rvfihirt-o, m tjTicif ir nun ciievtuiti. mm the ii hth lion
of which conliHn no wise prove pri'jtidk'hit to the con
flfiullon. Thi iiiL-ilkftie In Ruppllrri hy lit. Mcljinc'l
Liver rtltp, flu hiia Iwun proved In every imtniice in
wlik-h tt hu find trfnl. AIwiitk heneHciiil, not it noll
tnry lntiince IihS etcr occurrrd In which its effect
have been Injurious. The invention nfnn eifuented nnd
dintliifCti'phed hyuichn. It Imi nnlhinff In einnmon with
tnu quni'K iiotiriinii uiipniHi upon tne pninu' ny biihiiiw
pretemtem to thu nifiliriil nrt. Kpi:rlctioo hut now
proved, beymul u 'hmlit, that Doctor MoLiine' 1'illU
(tie bt-t remedy ever proposed for the Liver Coniplnint.
l'iirflhHer will hi- cnreftil to hmIc for . .V'Af
O h-brotffi I.irtr f'iffo, and t-tfcc none elup. There nr
uthr 1111, purportliift lo lie Liver fill. 'o before tli
puMir. )r. .M'k.nn ' Liver Vtt, iiIko hi Cekhrnled
YcriniftiH, con now hu hAd nt nil renpeelabu; Drug
fltw In the L'nfled Ptnte nnd CanftrfA.
For Kle by I. H Khtii A Co., All .ens; J. A. ft C. W.
Coi-tim, MiidiHOiiville; and by onu Ageut in evt-ry town
In Tenneiee. June Ifi
KlonnN Ointment. We wouldenll uttentlon
to thu Hilvcr'1i on;nt In our column, nf tlitt 1'itpiiUr
niirt truly tirrat Aw.1, We ImVe wltnei!td Its ex
truonUnnry vlrinc hi h vnrtety of olmtlnnte rime, nnd
luive heurd of nrji.y eurc tt ha periormed, thnt reiilly
appear Inrreilihk-, were they not tellned to by pemomt
of vernrity. l'or ntntiinnte old iinre of cvt-ry kind,
frflHli wound, burns, corn, ore nipple, or broken
brf:,Mtii. tt haa no etiiml. And for plk-s It 1 winrantt.il
to cure eviy eae, no mntrer of how long stniidiug, or
uow lnrrlti1ythepHtient tnny bentliicled.
ike rilou!i'sHdvui'iniiieiii tn iiiiuther column.
rtionMOSD. Canmln Weft, Feb. 1."3.
Mr. Jam&s Oranger Deur Hir: Darinir the lnt nix
yetir, t have been it greiit HiinVrur from Itlieuinntlxtu.
In the cold weather, especially, mydlcne mged with 1
alnioxt hi support tile voilence. I have tried the inultl
tnde of nostrum preerlbd by my frlemU and aivpuif lit
aii ce, hot without any perimuieiit relief At Vtry irrcn t
expenie,4 emjloyei nifdi-al ni l. 1 remained' many
utonth under thu chnrg of the best reputed in our vi
cinity, but biit found nu heU.-r succl-k. I had recoure
to the moJl aMlfut praetiitiniiem In Dellville and Kings
ton, hot my hope were nirain prontrnttrd. The case wan
eohsidorc-d tncuriihlu when at last, in one given up to
die, t hud lain nearly three months suffering extreme
agony and uuable to uhmtn relief from nuy i-,iarter, I
was recommended to use ii nndlcln called Airican
Arithinff linmtnt, to he found at your drug store.
Though 1 had h;:ard of surh a medk lnc, xueh win
the state oflV Wlhat I resolved to try It. The effect
seemed senree., ri,tble to myio'lf, yet ft waa o. The
p-.Int left me entirely, and nfter "pending more thnti one
jiuiMlred dollari tn cash, ami suffering more tlntn I would
liavelhoupht itf nossihle for mnn In unff-r mid survive,
one iyi ir's worth of the Mi xk'.m Miistnug Liniment,
niauuKtured by A. U. Itriiirjf A- Co., hu 4 compktel.v re
stored me to health. Fhould there hp nny one sitflVrli;
from thU terrible d!ease, I liope llmt mi simple, i-imly
applied Hnd efllenelous u remedy ai llils Liniment tmiy
be within yoir reftch.
Yours, very tniv, Samhul nt,Dwif.
For "Mo In Athens by Wit. IHTHX?; in Callioitn bv H.
F. MAUTIN; tn Clmrlciton by JAA II. IIA1N. fjunc S
ssW irrinrtin'i-aTitsssWisiiWAiJiisii am i jiiMtMiaMLo"i
n Pf.Ik Tountr. Tcnn.. of ComumnLNm. Jons II.
lloYn. ijffed iI4 yearn.
i he Si-yiheof time cnU down the young ni well as the
d, and admonishes us nil to prepare to ilio.
' At'ovsTA, June 2-.
B. P. Tvtxs. Ryn.. Dear Pir? Plnce niv Inst rr-uort
there bna ben but little Anlmatlnn In our Produce
Market In any article. Huron Is In only fair request at
lnv (!h IU1' for hocr sound: 10 7X 11 for eood nrernse nar-
ccls llnms; extremes being 0 T. 18, at which some Is
selling Pidr UK a, iric; Shoulders OK fffc tV "ri1
ll on va- c. uur ner and l'ork timrkelis nuely stnclted
with good prnss pd lleef and snuill Hups; few selling at
fl CX 7e hitter T ffi T'rfc; Sheen o,ivi ncr head: Wnol
h-iS ndvnnced and la now worth IS tJftSrti: ns per muillty;
recem sums iroon nni u on sSt'l t;otion imniis imvo
advanced j per eenlj OcnithurgH are worth Q'4 (fti ltc;
Anorli-d .Te nia 1ft 1C -; Torn is selling in ack at
Kl.ilf. ai.QMiut drmnnd rnnflncfl to ePv n-e, prices
tookltigdown; Onts 80 fft fl ic; Meul l.fHT?l l,t; Wheat
la coming slowly and a yet our rates are nomlnil;
Choice White would command !, and do 1I..I SI jvn
ffft ai.tW. Our market will nfljr great Inducement!, thl
season to the shipper of Wheat and Flour; Flour partly
made from old Wheat la selling ut $10 (ft 12, In
hhls. nnd same rate In ii?k; mmle of new when !
Gh I4; Htock Peas l,fV (fy l,nil; Dry Hides sraree
at 11 tfH 13c; Ileef Hams dried 10 fr12r V.-ilcn do 10
(ft 12e: Feathers nil itn HSet Hay .fi0(ff "MS; Hccswa
?l Gh Wit Ttutter "ft fftn Sue; Krgs 14 fib 1
Kxciusos on the North V ecnt. premium.
Vours, very truly,
J. A. ASM. FY,
CbrnmUiiton und Protluee M?wltant.
An. ST a, June 2
We notice your remarks In your hist Issue, about the
quoted price of wheat fn our rcveiew of last week, which
was ftiio ptir bushel, il shonld have been 601 per
httshel, at these prices several thnusnnd bushels have
been encaged for delivery in July next, engagements
have been made at higher prices and many below It,
will recede to T.V per hit. In a few weeks; B-icon, we
0'ioto at lie tih llKt per lb Img round; PMea IS (fh
lM-nerlb; I.ird dull W'k light: Flour
dull per bhl.; Torn l pel- bn.; Meal ft,1ft whol.-sate.
Etrmsna !slit drnftoti New Vork .Vc; Augusts,
Cliarlcstou and Savannah ' W cent. prem.
. pkaoo h Annorp,
Gmtral fhrn mi Anion Merchant.
' MacON. Jitnn 'JA.
Tranaactlnns for the past week tight, wilh stocks nf
Ttru:m, bard and riour moderate sales limited, prices
Boo,hog round, with clear sides, 10tf He; clear
sides tlX W" 11 fh ItJic; hoiildera9Vf
tne. La at), stoi-ks -nmlerate, 11 1 1 iy'c In hhls. Cohh,
sales limited, I.W rfft l.KA. 0ts, sales limited
7A (ft flo. IVas, sales limited, 1.A.I il,7.V sIsau
ales limited 1." (ft 1.41. Flour, superfine, per
sack, !i Ol extra fins U fll fl.'JA, ) suck.
KstTllKits, dull, 87 (76 4ou. lUr, food Teuncssee, 1,1V)
Gh 1.70 W cwt. itPTTBH. good article 18 0e.
Pnrrics, nio.flrm, 72X d 13c Himub, New Orleans 1)
So. MnLASsw, In barrels, 8T fi?, le.
Kicukohuu New York H cent, prem,
AIXKM A PITMLAP.
(hmmUtiOH JferoAanU, Macon, Go.
ALL persons link Wed to tu would do well to eome
forward and make payment tinmedlnlelv. We
must have our business settled up. Alter Aug'isl Court.
our Notes ana: accounts win an d pittet-d in the hands
of nn ofner for eullectloo. Po come up and ave costs.
June 0 SHJbI'AIJUKN HOKTON
THE Trustees of Pnentur Aoiuleniy. tnl-
nlessnre in informing tlis iiublia irens-
rnlly-tlist they hsve securer) the serviess of
T. J. I'spps. who is s Rrsiluste of Knst Ten
nessea University, snd whose written testi
monisls entitles us to recommend him nsevory
way quauaeu lur vne uusiuess oi lettuinng,
TSSMS Ot TUITION. '
rtssillnn, writing sua Arithinetla . $1.00
Kiixli'li Seienoes, . .' (5,00
Ijni(uses sml Higher Motliemsties $7,60
H.isrdinu esii be lisd on rood ore ts terms.
Tlis session will eoinuisnss oa the ltd of
July1. 18&. , -Bjr
order ol ths Board,'
JOHN R. KKIL, Chsirmsn
Jims SO, 1853 tf , ass
WK now have the Lnrgoat and .Ileal m
ortrnent of tliie Celebrated Mutio
Book we here ever hnd.
- G. F. A T. F. OIIWO
For males and females,
Itlcninit Counly. Tpiim.
TIIK Fourth Setajon of thin Institution will
open on AI outlay, July 2Jd next, nnd
qIoao on Friday tho 21t day of December
it atm or Ttirrion.
UL Clnss Orthography, Heading Mi
tint? and Mental exeruies. $5,00
2d. Clase ent;rnph, English Gram
mar and Arithmetic. $7,00
fid. laaa Nntuinl Philosophy, Chera-
itry( Logic, Rhetoric end MallmDut- .
iee. - 10,00
Contingent fee in advanoe, tO.'ifi
.Tuition ehnrtrcd from date of entrance till
the close of the eeasion, and no deduction
for lose time, except in ease of protracted
aiclfiiu Honrdiiict can le had in pi-ivnte
fftiniiies near tho School, on moderate terms.
; J. C. 11 A KB, Principal
June 2t). ISnjS tf. 2S:
C'lioiircry Court nl A 1 lie tin.
Uriah Denton, ndumtrHraior of Gee, W.
. Tlie Creditors of the said 0. W. Hale.
THR account ordered in this cnuae at the
Fehrnnrr Term of the Court 1HA5, will he
taken nt the Master's otfice in ntliens on the
1 Hi h iny of July next, at which time the
parties enn attend with their proof. ,
Win. LOWRY, a AM.
Juno fl, lflfiri Rtv lVn f(? $i
licorX'oiijri at Uucutar
Try or Noil,
W. W. Lillard, R. M. Lillnrd and E. W.
TX this cause it
annearlitff from an nllcnn.
tion of the Hill thnt K. V. Kititr ia n non-
resident citizen of the State of Teuneaace, it
is therefore ordered liisl publication tip mmle
in the Athens Tost n newspaper pu-ilifhed in
the town of Athens, MeMinn Comity, Tennes
see, lor -lour consecutive weeks, requiring
said nrni-rpHidetit respondent to appear n
our next Court of Chancery to he held nt the
Court House in the town nf Decatur, on the
2d Monday of Septemher next, then and there
to answer Complainant's aforesaid Hill or
the same will )e taken ns confessed as to him.
and set for lien rj tier accordingly.
I W: MCKKNZII'V a .v.
1'er V. It. McK tNMty, d. c. tt if .
June 1835 4t IVa fee f8 JJ03
W.. W. Lillnrd, II. M. Lillnrd, R W. King,
.1. Ii. Hodges, and S. M. Itoges.
TX thU ennse it nppenrintc from nn alloca
tion nf Ihe Bill that Respondent K. .
K iii is a non resident C lien of the State of
Tt n ncfrsee, it is theivfofo ordered thnt puhli
cat ion he made in the Athvns I'ost n news
nnper puhlihed in the town of Athens,
Sic Minn County, Tennessee, for four succcs
K'o weeks, requesting said non-resident res
pondent -to nppear nt our next Court of
Chancery, to he held at the Court House in
ihe town uf Decatur on the 1 Monday of
September next, then mid (hero lo answer
Comptiimuul'r Hill, or ihcsnu.e will he taken
ns confessed ns to him, and set for hearing
(i. W. MCKENZIE, C. AM.
l'or W.L , McKi.m.kv, B. c. k m.
June 20, 1RJ15 tt t'rs fee tr. Jfna
Bloody-Fhix, Dynrn cry, Diar
rhea L ( lioln a!
'piIE nbnve ilinorikTS, so prcvnlrjiit in Mils
L eautiiry, enn nil he pui-ci! liy Hie (irivfcn
li.rjr Dysontiii v Svrup, liicli is'suM for onlv
60 immiIs -i' liiitlii.-
Cim. ltt'HNS, SUTI.I.TSns. OU I NFL A
MATION, r-iilmr on! I'l'finl ui iiitcrntil, curinl
hy the Gra'fiMiln-r (ireen .Moutitnin IIintmknt;
price 20 cents por lm livtlcr tlinn nny l.ini
iiR'tit or rsiii-Klilcr for il iivcs in.tnut relief.
FtUia f till W'mih nnil nil ollwr diseases
.ire promptly curi'il liv Mnr.itniirs Utkiunk
Catiiomixix priee mliipcd lo 1,50 per liollle,
tho only remcily I lint hnsyetl'ei'n liiMovureil
lluu. rt'tu-iisfi f no nhove coniplninr..
T1IKOH.-EFKXHKKG V KM KTABLK PILLS
nro proniHinoeil tlie very best pills in the
woriii ; lou.noii imxes nro solij overy year in
Irfiintssee pneo u.) oents.
These ii ml nil other Gnvfuiiberg Mciliuines
are for sule by
W. IlLKXS, Athrnsjn. F. Vautix A Sox,
("nlli'iun; Vaituiis it 1'icn.i.p; Sweet wntrr; V,
U W IIITB, JjOllilon; (r, 4 ANNOK, .Mlllillion vil le,
ALKX MuKEXZIK, Xaelivillle.
.Tiiuo 20, 5.'i .tin .1S81 (lenorsl Asjent.
Holland" & Rawlins, "'
. WIIULEILLK AND RCTAIL DKALKUS IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Saddlery, &,
-f"10tTTIlV Merchants. Mehaufea, 8nddTcrs.
'ly llulldurs will Uud liere a liirvu stock of tinrnls at
priees that will compare fnvnralily wilh the Northern
market. Orders promptly nttoiidud to. Jum-l.Vtlm-OM
Letitlicr Machine Behind.
FATKNT riveted, ttt retell til nnd cemented Leather
Machine Helihig (ak and Hemlock Taum-il nil
witltha, from I to 'it inches, of our own manufacture and
of warranted ipnilitv, suit aide for Cotton Faetorivri, Ma
chine Stu.ps, tilna. Threshers, I'uiups, &c, &o". A large
Htortineul always 011 hand nnd lor sale In quantities to
At tWkVi Smltllcrir Wnrnhnuscs of
PUKltMAN, JKSrTP t CO.,
" 2i llniad street, Attgusta1, (ieorifls, '
II A lilt Al., KK'IIOhtf rt.,
Cor. Meeting and Husil streets, Charleston, Cs
TIIKRKHY forewarn nil persons from
trnilin lor a Note nf liiind exectitetl hy me
to Jncvih J'Jedt;e, twelve months sfter ilnte,
uml listed uhout Si'ilemlier. in ihe year I,
which Note 1 am determined not to par, us
I have never received vuluu for the same, and
said Klfilue is a violator of his covenant in
sui l contract. 1. I STOUT,
ilorguiihin, June 8, lS3-3t ' '
lii) Authority of ths Sliite of Gtirrgia.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery
Uruud Scheme for July.
To be drawn July ftd, IWA.In the eltyof Atlanta, 0a.,
when IViSL', smuunliuit to
WIII li itl.trlhuteil aceonlins to the following ninfmlfl
cent Srheme I And remember every Prise drawn at
each UrnwinB, and puiil when due without deduction t
.11 ' 1HI
I. ' l.'S
sori,iHHi. ; ft.""0
In nlUi'S priie., sniountlng to INMKul
Th-ketii $slUlve. and liuurtsr. ui proportion.
' Hill, on sll solvent Ilenk. si par. All communica
tion. Mriotly conrelriithil.
rl.ILKJ. StV AN, Agent and Usnager,
April I7-S44 ' Atlanta, Ueorgis.
Calhoun and Charleston
l'or Mislos unA t'einales.
TIIR next 8e,,lon of tlil. In.tUuUoa couunsnoes ou
Monday, June VAth. -1
nits., per 8tsilo of Jim mnnifu, payable eas-Aaf
I'rlmary Departni.nt '..ST 00
Junior Cls.a , , ,....111 (SI
Senior " IS no
Coullnsent Fee AO
riluileuU onlering III. flr.t week of Ihe e.,lon may
enter for one.hslf ,e..ion. All wlio enler sfter the nr.t
week must enler till th. .ud of th. .e..lon. No ileduu.
tion I. made for lost time except In esse, of prolrsuted
Icknew. Hoard may he hud In sillier town or vieinlly
al rt-..onahl. term.. Vacant room. niayAlw b. had
where young men may bourd theiiiarlvee.
Charlulon, Jun. S-m It.. II. UEYWOOD, Fr'pl.
KAA LUA Jsvu Colfes j i
)UU auftolbs. ilio do.j
200 lbs. Crushed Burjar ;
100 " Cnrnoeas Indigo; , - '
100"" Star Candles t .'. .
60 f'Pupont' Rifle Towderj
to ' liln.ting do.; ' ,
- 1 .1 lb. OansEsitle do.;
200 pillions No 1 (iolden Svrup ;
All of which will be sold ns usual; at ths
very lowest prices.
Junsfk W. G.J10RT0!4C0.
Clear Spring High School,
For M nlM mns'cmnln.
Ttlff Htvsnlh Scffllnn nf ttil, limitation will com.
mencs n MoiiHsy. July ISth, n.si. .
Jsrsst. t& 8tmkM0Jhrrnmttn,maifarjU oi tMdoM
Hp.lllsiT. R'Sdlns sml "rim ...SA IK)
Esifll.h msinninr, Ariinmiii .iiu ueoaiiiif. .. . s 1.1
Msihcmstles snd Nstursl fldrsm tit 00
No student sttmltted for s lw l.rin thsn hnlf nkshIos,
snd no illiictluh fcr lost tlm. escepi lu ess. of l'rovi
dentin! hlnilrsnee. . ,
Bonnllnir can M lisn In ths nclfnlmrSnnd nf th.
Bclinol St s r.snnUiihl. prlos. S. P. IIAI.E,
Jlltl. S, ISDO-oiu-lfau iTUK-ipm.
" C(l Ai. liest Urown Mugnr ; .. -OUUU
4i)0 pals. Mlsss ; r .,
61 lioxes htiir CunJlss. .
J,ie l A.jCtEA0K A CO.
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY
(nY ArTtioiurr or tiik staik us alaiiama.)
COKOUCTEn OH TtlK HAVAltA tl.Alf.
Or r sviicl Boho too. S -ft
10,000 Numbers! 408 Prises!
ws SMiivn Hi. I at h Mff Julr.
And rmuiiiiiher .vory l'rlso drnwn st .sell flrswiug.'snd
psid wlivn dus without discount I
Prll. of!.. VJK
S ii , 9.1110
i SI.IHIO .Hl
B tm -. iM
10 ,110 .""0
15 inn..... i II!""'
7-j ro.. .- s.'ssi
120 . 25 K.'MS)
XA prises tn sll smountlnir to STO.dOO
Tli'kvt, S llnl.i, nnd 9n.rt.ri In prnportlon.
Hill, on sll nnlvctit Unnkl tnken st piir.
All eoinmunlcntliiii. strictly cunllilvntl.l.
tiAMLKI. B1VAN, Asent still Mnnnri r.
tflsn of tlie llrnnso l.lnns,
July 14, 19M tf-S.00 MniitKiimwry, Ala.
. 0C0EE HO USE,
- - . BY i. A. 6c J. A. 'I IHH.
TsVJ'O' pains win he spared to promote the cotwfhrt of
guests. The Table will be spread with the beat th
market nfTords. It Is nur drfcrmlnntlnn to ninlee tlis
"Ocoee llonse" equal to the best In the country. (Jive I
us a call. may ll-lyriMO '
" D I N N E R" H 0 U S E, "
Knot 'Pen it cm ro & Goorirla nail Uostil.
ItK I-ANO, lroprlrlr,
Rr5rT(TFrT!r.Y rptrtrrnR th? traveling j-uhMc thnt
he bas nm'iivrf a Dinner House nenr the Jiuw De
pot, in Clevehiiid, fttr.the henoHt or iCavelerw on the
fcast Tennessee anil (korftn Ka Koiid. wln-rv he w ill he
pleased to sirve nil who may call on hiin with the bct
the country aflbrds. I'levetand, une l-tf-Wt
DR. JIS. BUCKXER,
XOZXtlS9lt.' , , "
XM" rettiri'ititc Ins Minrikn l'or the very literal
pnlrojintre lu hns alrvnOv regi-ive'l, woulil
cspoctlitH v announce to all wImi tnny lu-ef)
he ttid of ft Dontit, that lie is well i-rt'pitri'J
to execute nil work lrt the various hrunvhra
of his profs'Ssion. (4otii1ttnl sntUfaction till
be ivimi, IhjiIi in prices atut style ol irnk.
ivieevine, ivnii., fliay im..' iy
" D7GATEsrT "
AND Itfl U.Kit lit
Jl 2 ri cultural Implement and ftnehinery.
iso. iviirnnuway NI-'.W YOU K.
jrr KTCHL M'fl Jintrtnff M.u hhir-t, llmt 'WSf,
H. Aiw , CttUir tt,n'M, pl'iwx, Struir Cnttrrt
(.'.nbinett Ttr,'ttfi'MttnJ 'tinunn&r.uittl oth -rAoH-
cultural MmUium. mtiy ld-tt-iW7
Athens Foundry Ware-Room,
nrxl duor lo Tcmicwwce Unu It
TBTHKHK Is kept consfntitly on hand nnikfor sjiIu,
W Cocking und other Stoves, Hollow Ware, And
irons, Ac, and all UltuN of Tin Fiirnilure. Wv nre hNo
prepared to (ill nnlvrs for Hpoutlug, and Tin V:.re to
merehatits und other, npon nhnrt luitlee and good terms.
Having cuirigcd the services of an excellent workman,
are rntiiuienr or giviug siitlsractfrni.
may lt-tf-imi Z1.M.MK.IMAN t THOMAP.
S. K. REGDEll
CSPKCTn'I.I.Y Informs the elttui
iMtunly.und tlu.pnhlh; ftem.-rutly, tlmt he will intend
lo iho ftth,ng, Pore titling, ami tHtrwiinling of all kinds
of Pi'oilneu. Also, tn ordering UoimIu, lii-'uerit.e,or any
kind of Muchlnery th;it mny bu culled for. He enn fur
nish Machinery, ti"h ns Threshers, llenpera. Mowers,
St uttc nnd Miraw (iticri, of any kind wUhud, at uiauu
flnrerv price, fretpht a'lded.
A giHd lot of Threxli' rs on the wnr and to tivrlve In a
foT days. Alro, ime t'ireninr fuw Mill nnd one Clover
Hullrm h.iud and frx:t1ely 8. K. itllEHKU. .
Athens, Tenn., utayll-tf-:IO
Durltfoivii Copprr tliiiov
THE subflcriher luis purchnseil the property nt the
foot of Copper Hill, DiK'ktnivii, lately owned by
Wm. V. MurdocM,miil h:in opened a Tuhlic House. His
arrangements are utuple to entertain ai) who may rail,
and he annreslho public tluttliis Table liall he supplied
with the beft the country itlfril, and tlmt no pains
shll he spared on hU pari to make all comfortable who
may give hi.ii a cull, umyll-li J. H.LIWAItl9. .
o 13 n ixi
& J, HI. CROW
REftl'EUTFUM.rsnnounreto the f iihllo tli.it tliey
luive tuiw Hlld will keei I'nnntiilitly on hiiml n freli
.ml ini.orlniciit ot .itierinr l.iiinnr., wlilcli tliey will .t-ll
luw Tor ctiull, wliolemile uml retiill.
Al.o, Chee., Orncker,, Itrtl.lli,, Caiulle,, anil every,
thing el., llmt ia frond to eiit. (nmrvli 2-K
V7I I !' Vt
Tobucro.-A Roort articl. atsrtcent. iier
at June S KKIIUllN'S,
1TSW Twn llorso Wujron for .nichy
XS Alliens, Junes
, K. r.KEDMl.
C UK ! ll A III y.H. Csnitles, Almnnitu,
Humin., Di'siipe", Lenioini, Ac, Just rereirril suit
lur .uie hy
A. t'LRAIIK i CO.
Kj'.Ti'Hi'M's nnvfr. iiachii:s,
Three nt Ihcecelthniti'd lrilor-sn r iiir iniu'lilnc.
ou luinil and for Ml. at ura!luful;turvrll, price., hy
inuy 11 f. K. iIKi:l)i:il.
.N it.liel. Shoe PV'gii Just received
I and for aule.
Aplt W.D. nitVXOI.US, Denton.
I I'M'S rerolsTd nnd In Si, ore. a large lot
ell of Clnrin.Ml mill rtrowu yiicur. CnlToe, MoltiiiiieH nnd
fine Hyrun, ymls, Peiiri Seiirrh, 'Mm' tViinh-biiiiriln, Piiiiit.
eil Tubs. Ihiller'n Writing Fitiiil. Miitclie., Sur snd so
lar Ciimllo., whlcli will he .uld vheap for cuhIi, hy
muy Si " O. W. HOPS.
TKW HOOTS AXIS MUOIIM. If you rail
I, and cx'ttnfne our mock wlik-h we arejunt oiienliig,
we fit-1 tUHured you will not It-avo heforo Inlying a puir
of Hoots or Shoes. For tlie Ladles, we have the hesl
Kid, Culf nnd l;itent Uiiteril. For the Uenllemeo. Kip
and Culf Uuol.; float snd Uslf Shoes.
uiuy 4 C. r. t T. r. niMOX.
(i V. A- T. V. fit HSO V Hue Hals hsve Jusl
Jm m rived from tlie North, and Ihe stork let'otuiimied
of the hilest ,l.v!e., ain-h u.lh. bwrt Mole, nuest PiinHina,
those heiiiulful hliifk l.cifSorn., aiul some which are enli.
ed Know Nothluir Hum. Tlicy have, in short, a eonii1-re
II. nirtoient of Mrn'.and Boys' Sniniiier IUU, which they
will sell aa ciiciip a. any of tlieir nclghhors. . mny 4
RI S .11ll-l.l: r tilM'.l, received nnd for
.ale hy aid i KKVU h IIKNDKltrllX.
Itnlf lutr t'lnlhs.
WE hnve on hand nnd for .ale a .itperlor article of
nulling Clotln, No., ti, S, 8, (I and In.
Nov. 29 . McKVrKN GIM.KSP1E.
CK. AilS mill Tolillcro. A Inrg. lot of CI
gnrs nnd Toliucco, rriuii'' Die verv finest to a low
priced nrtlcic, Just received hy W. U. RKVNOI.dS,
April 6 llentou, 1'cnue.see.
MOW! of thai No, 1 Tebnrce si the Farmers
Cheap dure, by C. F. k T. t. GtUSON.
SX I.T I K I.TTP5 new and .ouud barrel. Vir
ginia Salt.received atut for .ale by
. April 13 W. O. IIOIITON t CO.
CIIKWIMJ TOIiAOt'O, s Sne article, snd
Hrgar., for aal. by sp SO A. CLEAfi K k CO.
m ill Hlt lot of Seth Thomas'
j Clock. Ju.l rciteived and for sals low.
wishing to get s good Clock st s reasonable price now
have aud opniirtuuliy of doing sa. Call .win befor.
they are all .old. W. B. RKVNOI.II8,
April o r BeDton, T.nne..ee.
SrHTV t'l'slH. A rd lot of Tape and
Thread Fuse on hand and for sale t?w hy
April W. B. imVSOl.lia, Ueulon, Tenq.
S- nnn iliyti KW. Just reeelverl, Une
French Worked Collars, li.lkf,, Veils, Under Hleevea,
fine Silk, Fancy Kid and Lisle Threld (Hove.; Silk, Cash
mere and Cotton Muse; Ueuiletneii'. Hue Kid, Silk snd
Thresd (Dover: Shirt Cellar.! li.lkf.; Un. Paris, Spanish,
lloue.stlek aud Palm Leaf Fnn largefet lot ever brought
lo Allien.. At siarlkl - SKIIOKS'S.
ltal-:S('r.l. Itlutrrlnls laud Tool. Oold
I Foil; Siuiige (told; Porrel.lu Teelhi Sua Plate
Work; Kxeavalora, Pluggers; ltnrt Fllest Sc., Just r.
oclved and lor sal. by sisrSg . SK1I0RN. -
I ANO t'OCI MALE A good bargain. 'Apply
1 1'SiT Rocelvra, snd for sale, a lot of Cooper',
mw Itnuee iron; siset s nr., mm article or sro. l ch.w
lug Tobacco, by . . A. t. BKAIIFOKD,
Feb. . ' ' v ' Rlcsslll., Teun,
Ctl,TI NSI.TI-AO bbl.. hTing-aialt, urt r.
ocivoti snn H,r saie ny
M. A heatitind lot ef Ron
s.N of the latest lyl, iu.t received and for aal.
W. II. ItCYNOLUS, Bmioii.
For Iht mnpleli eiirr of Couflis, Colilt, Inflo-
etna. Asthma, Uronchtli; eipunra tj Miuoa,
and all other voHtptaiHt tending 10 .
55 r4 Sj 1 .-5 5j
TII18 prenarftttmi Is ay'tlntt .( we all over nor
country. The numerous lelers we receive from
our various h rents, informing us of cores effected Id their
rnniediate neighbor hoods, warrant in In saying II la on
of Ihe nest, If not tlie very bt c"ph nie'r.trliie now be
fore the public, it almost invariably reiirrtjs aim not
unfrrfpiently cures the very worst eaos. W Iten all other ,
eouth preparations have ls.tlrd.thU has reHfTrd the pa
titrtit, as DruKRlsta, dealers in medicines, and Physlcfatil
ran fctury. Ask, Hit atent in ynnr nearesi iown, wnu ,
haa been his experience of tlie effects of this aiedlcine.
If he has been selling It tor any letifrth of llmt bt WlU
telt yon .ff i tt btH Altiiicin eviaut.
Ilelow we srive a few extracts from letters we have re
eel wed lately regarding Uie virtues nt this medicine.
Pr. ft, 8. Oslln, of Knoxville, ia., say: 1 have been
nsiiis; your Liverwort and far very extensively lit my,1
practice for three years past, and, tt Is with pleasure I
state my bejlef in Its superiority over sll other articles
with which I aia acquainted, for which It Is recowtnietided.
Messrs. fltrttc-rald k Ileiinera, writing; from Waynes
vllle, N. C, say : The Liverwort and Tar la breaming
daily more popular in this conn try, and we think justly
so. All xho hare tried ft speak In commendable terms
of It, and say it is very beneficial In alleviating U com
plaints for whk h It Is recDinmendid.
Our Arrnt in Wckens District, H. 0., 8. It. McFalt, as
sures us "thnt he uses tt with (treat benefit In Ills own
family, nnd reconimendsjt to bis neighbor." He rive
an instance of a NeTo woman, fu his vielnltyvwho had
been sti(T-rlng a ith disease of the I.unr for y-ara. at
tended wilh severe cough, Who was relieved by the Mv
erwort and Tar. . . .
Fnch ara tlie jr rpporls we hear of this medlclnt
frotn alt parts nf the Mouth. For a report nf th sur
prising cures it has performed Western and Northern
and Eastern Htates, we would invite the suQVrlutr patleul
to read the pamphlet which acotnpn tries each bottle.
To all, wt say, ht r hope, htt hnp !
1 TRY TIIK MKUIOINKM
BE WAIlX&i) Itf SEASON!!! ,
And nefrtecC not that eonfrtt which Is dally wenkenlnf
your constitution, Irritating yeur tlirnat and lung, and,
inviting on that dread rticasc, (I on sumption, when o
soothing and Healing a remedy ran be obtained as l)r.
Uogera' Syrup or Liverwort anil Tar.
Beware nf Counterfeit and 21ae Limitation!
The irenuine article Is signed Anpiibw HoarJts, on the
engraved wrapper around each bottle. '
rriee, f i per ouitie, or six ooiiies nr nia niioie
salt uult retail by ,. Kt'OVll. t MKAu,
rl 1 f'AniTivasf., ftrf. f mlW f'tirf Af. f.Htt,Jr. ,
Rote Asenui for tiic Heuthern Htates, to whom all or
dera and applications for Agencies must be ndtlrcssed.
Jii1d also hy 1. It. Kititii Co., Athens; Cowan AIIah
BtniD, Charh-stnu; W. tl. Pa ,i;ir.K Oloveraiid; M'w-j
M( KMT, lleitlou; J. A, A I'. S.Uimi, MatHaoDVille;
and agents lu every town In Uie ft ate. June l-6ui
V AVii 'AI5A'VT1 'VATi:0. 1 want
JLs4 to buy a few l.nu Worm ntu, and wHl give the high
jtot market pi ice for Uiem iu cash. UKU.W.HO.
.-cS . , r
TIIK VftVtSR&ITY ' I ' '
iP5l'KI unUtr lliv Bftil, innctlan un.1 Hiith-i Ity nf tli
I'nivrnlt.r of Free .Mf-lifine ntnl Pofii!rir Knowli-dife
chart trtH tlie flute f IVim'ylviiiiiH, A(iil 1S'U
with a ctt'tltitl of $llMN'U. iiuiinly fur Uie purpuM of nr
rijuting tin evil uf iiitiji intruin, nlo lor iutily
int ilie rmnnittiidy Willi rt'linhlp remetllet whenever ft
romjwtent.pliylviun rnnntit nr will not he mpV.vrdr
ltftWv iircluifcl Irom Dr.Jol.Q H. ltownnil,liicelti-iiU 1
iiowniurs Tonic A!ilurf
IfnaWn for upwnriH of iwcnty.flve yenm nn tlie nl,.'
mini nnd nfe cure inr Fever Hnd Airni, Av.t nnd kis itt
entimablc rmnt'ily tor Btirt;l Oom(lHlittT . -
II o wuntl'M torn pou u tl k rup ef Dlack
., bvvry HvoU
wlilch .ilplitr opprrtVHd ml pn.tul.ir rrmiti', Inf -thcr
with jhe Unlvursity'ii )me4l.T fur on.plni.it )' llm.
I.iiii?, tlie l'iiivt;riiy' Remedy fur Pypepfiia or IimII-.
K'Ulor; tlie I'nh'eriiy'i Kenit'dy for Costive lloweli;.
al-to. tlie ITiilrerhlt ' Almnmr.nuty he bad ut the llraii.-t.
UiflficotHtory, or store of tl. YV. Uow. may lt-6rn
Cliancrry Court nt Alhrn t
J Stnubury ami wife, nnd other?,
JViiwoii KH to(t,.Tlin Um inlJ, Barney CnateeT,.',
Mori-is Ciwloel, ami John Juckeun nnU wife
IT nienritigfrim tlio nlteijntionB of tli MIT
tbnt Huriifly t'Hste-!, iMurris Cnstcei, nnd
John Jnckfun nml w if ilmy, ar uonri-,
lent of theStntt! of IVntu-ee, it Id ordered
llmt nl.iirnlioii be mmle iu the Athens I 'out,
a newnpiipei ptililisiu-J in the town nf AOienn, .
fur f.nir nt'eewive-irveeh, requiring taiA non .-
i'etlent iicieiuiHnti to npj. ar in onr next
CuiiH of . t'hnncery, to lie hthl at the Court
lioubc in the town of Mh-nn, ou the Mon- .
iluy of Auiint next, nml iilemi, antwer or tie
imir to f.oTH'lninniit8 tniJ bill, or the e.imo
will he taken lur coiil'ct-itoil -ub to them, aud
tut for hearing uecoiilinulv.
WM. IaiWUY, C. tl' AT.t
. By Wn.tiK Lowny, d. o. m.
June 8, 1S5.'i prit fee f 3 . 360
Chancery Sale of Land.
David Croeliot, Kxeeutor of John Crocket,
and .t!leon Crocket, .
" James (.'rocket.
1UKSITAXT to a decree of the Chaneery
Ooiirt at Athene, hnd in thin enns at the
1'elirunry tetm, 1 will t ll At the Court
house ilonv in At liens, nt public outcry, to the
highest bidder, for cn?h in bftiio, on the 21st
day of July next, one undivided half interetit
in ihe Land of thevnid John Crocket, in Me
Minn country, on which he resided nt the time
of bin death, until the youngest child of AVm,'
Crocket, the ton vi the tent n tor aforesaid,
slinll arrive nt the age of twenty one years, .
and at the cxpirutbm of that time he, the
said James Crocket, i te have and enjoy nit.
undivided fourth interest in said Land;'
nud.alio, one undivided fourth interest .
in a certain Tract f Land which beleiifr
cil lo the eutntft of John Crocket, deoenecif,'
and by him willed to the said Jnuies Crocket,'
nnd known a. the dry quarter, and sold as
the property of the snia James Crocket, for
the satbCffciiun of a debt due the complain
ante, ns per decree cf l-Ybniarv term aforesaid.
. WM. LOVVRY, C. J.
June R, 1853 id . prs fee ?5 840
Toachb r""iii3.to '
r1i tuka churK" f lecatur. Academy. In'
1 Decatur, Meigs eountv, 'iVnii., wlio enn
eome well recommended, both n it rcnrile
qualifications nnd good umral character, to'
whom a liberal subiry will be given. . Appli
cations fhmtld be in rule won.
By ordwr of the Board if Trustee. -
JOHN l(. Wi:iU thainna
Mny 18, lSAJi-tf-:M7
r",IIK euliserilier respectfully sunounces lo'
L (lie puis' ia thnt lie Imi recently rebuilt
liie M I l.lS on Kiistiuiallce. three miles North
east of Cullioiiu. Teuu.. on sn entirely new
am! iinproveil plau. hii.i is now prepared to'
seuoniiiuiitiile tlioe wliu hsve hent nnil
Cum to grind. Ho en giioJ sny quantity
on short, notice, sml in.nies s hue turn-out.
lie specinlly solicits the pstronnite of sued'
ns desiro ft superiir artiolo of Flour for fnmi.
ty use. He is ulso prepared toru.h Cum in'
Uiu cob for stock, bend in your Cirnin sndJ
try Ihe Mills. W. J. MctLATCIIEV.
'.luiie 1, I8i-tf 891
Valuable Land for Sale.
1)UKMUANTto s decree of ths Ciro'nii'
. Court of Monroe eouiily. Teun., in ca
The ietition of 8niuuel Douthet snd others,'
os. Isnno T. Uoutliet Slid others, to sell )nn3.'
I will, ou the 1st dsy of September next, of-,
ftr for sale on the reniites, lituste in Blonrit
eountv, Teiin., on ths Tennessee ItiV.V, T
miles Velosr Mor(;niiton, s Tsli.ftble Tracl ef
Lnn.l containing Three Hundred aud A'ltwfy.
eiikl jieres, more or less, known sa the Douth
et old f ii nn, nnd keiuK the same on which
Samuel Douthet, deceased, formerly resided.
, A credit of six months will be given on os.
hnlf the purchase uioney, end twelve months
on the residue, ths purchaser giving bond snd
approved security and s lien retained unil
the nurchaes money Is paid.
JOUJl WoCI.AlN, Wfi,
June 15, 1855 It pr'i fee tJ
Off for Kansasl
T)T.tK(! desirous of wuiu'ratins t. better
Xj hmtiuf ereuMii I new offer for sals I
PA KM nt (jeoraetount. 7Vmn. There is s sood
Hrick Pwelliug aud Bmoke House, $ frsin
f hop snd 8tnr House, Stables. aVe., Uwn it.
I hsve ho hesitaney in saying that tt is ill .
most, desirabls property In Kssl TouneasssJ 'or
tt Merchant, I'hysicisii, or lawyer, who
wishes lo farm also. Call and see ths proper
ty and the owner. IL . WlHIll.
(ieorgelowa, Hamilton ea, June 15. 185s-4t
Chattanooga Oasette will please sopy
lo amount of S and forward ace'l, tl, a. w,