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IP ill I Are ciring tbt Sick to an cite at neTtr bf fore known of any medicine. INVALIDS, ESAD 1KB JUDGE FOR I0DBSELVE3. JUI.E8 HACEL, E.., tlx well know perfusaer, Cueatmit Street, Philadelphia, who shoic product ' are fcmnd at almoet every mi let, nyi ) , "I an lipiy lo aay of y" Ctmwio Pitis,Iai l navs mnd tiicm better family wiedicine, conimoa um, thaa aay other within my knowledge. Many say friends have realised marked benefit from Ibeni, and to. lurid with aw in beliovlng thai liny f""'""' virtual for drivtns out diaeaee and curing th Kk. 1 By an not only anetiaai, tail "" f- - qualiiiee which t.u make Ui.m valued by tna public, Ilea they ar known." Th veiktralde rhanr.ll.ir vVAKDLAW wrltaa front Baa- SKi. C A.Si.'w?.' F hav. ..k. vou, Mk with rot benefit, the Haileeeaeae, lansunr, fuse of appetite, Sud BilNiaUdacb.,whirb ha. of late yeere overtaken me ia th. aprii.g. A few doae. of your Pills cured m. I JL. wad your Cherry P-rnml many yeara ia my family ft rouaiia and cvlda wiih unfailing suceeae. You mak medicines which V i and I feel it a pleeauro to eunuuend y.m ir Um good you have don and an doing." JOHN r. BEATTY, Ee., Bee of lb Para. Railroad Co, Pa. K. Jt OJht, PkiUMphie, Dtc 13, 1853. h gin I take pleasure in adding my teatim.my to lha .fhVery of your uiediclnea, bavin derived very material b.:nt from Um uaa of both your Pectoral and CaUiartw pin. I am never without Uiem ia my family, nor ahall I ever commit to be, while my mean will pnicura tbem." The widely renowned B. 8. 8TEVENB, M. D., of Wanf- worth, N. H., write : " Having uaad your Ctwvtic Piuj in my practice, I e-rti-V rrtm sneririie that the' ara an invaluahla purga Kr.. In eaae ofdiaordcred function of the liver, caueing r.drhe, indigeathw, eoatireneas, and Um treat variety of ili-c that follow, they an a eurer remedy than any ctl.er. In all eaaee when a purgative ranedy required, 1 cufl.lenily reronimeiid Uieee Pill to the public, a rvperMr lo any other I have ever found. They an aur In their operation, and perfectly aafe qualitiea which maketheni an Invaluable article for public um. I have Pr iii.i.y yean known your Ckerty Pttunl aa the beet (;. iijli medicine In the world ; and llieae Pill an In no w!a Interior to that admirable preparation for Uia treat nieo... dbM. mMm.Jki ym. 05, )8SJ. Da. I. C. Aran Dear flirt I have been afflicted fnaa my niith with errortila in it worat furm, and now, after twenty yenn" trial, and an untold of amount of aulferlna, have been completely cured in a few week by your Pill. W1U1 what feeling of rejoicing I write can only be imagined when you realize what I nave aurTered, and now ",Kevef until now have I keen free from thl Inathaom dleeaee In nm ehapa. At time It attacked my eyea, and made me allium! blind, beaidea the unendurable pain 1 at then II aettled In Um acalp of my head, and deatroyed my hair, and ha kept me partly bald all my day enmetimee H canM out in my face, and ke It for month a tin aora. About ntiM week ago I commenced taking your Ca. thank Pill, and now am entirely free fmni the complaint. My aye an well, mv ekin ia fair, and my hair ha com menced healthy growth ; all of wbkb makea m feel alnady a new pereon. . " Hupl ng Ihiatement may be the meana of conveying Information that ehall do good 10 othera, I am, with every aentiuien. of gratitude', "K RICKEp " I liav known the ahov named Maria Kicker from her childhood, and Iter tateuient i alrktly true. ' ANURKW J. MEKERVB, Oranicer of th Purumoulli Manulaciiiring Co." Cir-r.JOEI. PRAT'J', of tha ahip Marion, writ from 'Brnlon, WWll April, ItSMl " Ywir Pilla have cured me from a blllone attack whicli am rrom derangement of tin Liver, which had become very aeriotia. I had tailed of any relief by my Phyaictan. and from every remedy 1 could try j nut a lew done or ' your Pill have completely realnred 111 to health. I have riven them 10 my children for worm", w ith the beat el ect. They wen promptly ctfred. I recommended Uiem lo a friend for coeliveneae, which had troubled him for monilia 1 he told m in a few day thy had cured Inm. You make the beat medicine in Km world j and I am be to aay act,' lead thla from the dlatlngulnlied Solicitor of the flupreme Court, whoae brilliant abilitiee have made him well known, not only in tilia but tlw neighboring Bute. " AV Orfeaiu, Si April, IBM. "Bin I hav great wuirfaclion in aaaiinng you tliat myaelf and family have been verv much beneflted by your ! Liclne. My wile wa. cured.'two yean .inc., of m aa- vere and dangeroita rough, by your Cnaaar PacvoaaL, and line then ha enjoy ed perfect health. My children haveeeveral limea been cured from attaoaoi ine innu enaa and Cnaip by it It ia an invaluabl remedy for there complaiuta. Your Cithabtio Pilu have entirely cured me from a dyapepaia and cuativeneaa, which ha grown upon me for aome yean, indeed, thia cure la much more hiiionant, from Ilia fact that I had failed lo get relief from the beat Phyalciana which Uii taction of Hi country affhrde, and front any of Ui numeroua rem dice I had taken. " Yon aeem an tie, Doctor, Ilk providential bleating to our family, and you may wall Mippnat w are not tin mindful of it, Youn recprctlully, LEA VI IT THAXTER." &nart Caowier, Oaie, prfl 5, IBM. " Pa. J. C. Avaa llonured Bir : I have made a thor ough trial of Ihe Cathtic Pill., left me by your agent, and have been cured by them of the dreadful Rheiiiiiathun under which he found ni Buffering. The Ant du re lieved ma, and a few eoheequent doaea have entirely removed Ihe dineaae. I feel in better health now than for aome yean before, which I attribute entinly lo tba effect f your Uthatic Pin. Youn with great reepecl, TIm) above an ill from neraon who are publicly knows where they reelde, and who would mil make the taio iwta wilhuut I thorough conviction thai they war true. Prepared br J. C. AYEIt, Trutioal and Aulytioal Chemlit, lowtll, Mi. tt, II . ti.ir, ii..At.', w ..... m .- uWfcfci.er; II. P. Mahtin, Callmutij and by all tlritrlHta and nier hunltercrynhrre. Jail 18-8in-IISi Land and Stock for Sale. ONtlixfirat SHliinlny, Bth of Se tJinbfi next, the nn.lcraigneil will offer nt pub lit. anle. tha I.ntnl tn wltit-h lie now livt-i-4QO Aoron, 1A0 norea of ani.l l.Httii is in cultivation. Tlieie ia n good brick IiwhII'iiik Hour, coo.l Kitelien, pood nrn ntttl oilier uitnM out -built! inpa, with excel lent Ori-hnrd nn.l nerer fitiling Sn iti('on (lie premiie. This Litml lies eiu'lit mile North of Al.hn, in the eccond district ol MvMinn county. Will be olfeieil for ante nt the unme time, four fine llorea; twenty head of Cnttle nimingst which nre aevernl very fine Jlilch Cows nnd itn excellent yoke of Oxen; A few St'.uk Hok; n '",l 'ot f heep; 11 Two Horse V(?oti; l-'itrminc; Ctenail, Ao., Aa. TKnia or Sai.k: Vor the Lnnd, one thin' ensli, the Imlnnce one nnd I wo year, with notes and two approved aeetiritiei. Kven lliinrf else, atiint of fire dollar and under ex eepled, will be told on aix months time, np proved aeourity required. 1 1 . .1011 F. l'OWEO. Aug. 3. 1 9.16-td"-. 1 1 More Now Goods. X. XX. KEITH tta Go., IUC now receiving their titual well ee lected and Inrge stock of Spring nnd Suninicr Goods! 4 Their stock consists in part of DreasOoods Silks Unrvpea, Tissues, Lnwna. Oi'ifnnilie. Gintfiinins and Print of the luteal, and most tasteful styles; Bonnets and Bonnet Ilibhon; Collars and Undcrsleeves; I.aces, anil Kd ings; Gloves and Hosiery in great variety. Alio, Cloths. Cassiinere, Tweed, Italian Cloth, Hrap U'Kte, Linen Piillintt, Cotton ades, and awreabmaay other ty lea of taaaoo . able Goods fVir Ocntlenien's Wear. Rendy-Vtadd Clothing of all torts, sizes, color and pi io. A superior assortment of Doot and Shoe; tha latest sli le of Mats, Ao. Hard ware. Queensworc, Glassware, Cutlery. Groceries, Ao., Ao. .,,.,', To which they respectfully invite the at tention of their old customers and as nianv nw ones at can mnk it convenient to call. r..linu assured tho Good and prior will please April 11. 18511 Land for Sale. TfN obedience to an interlocutory decree and X order of the County Court of Meigs coun ty. Tenn., at tha July ession, 18fiH, I will, on Saturday, the noth day of Amut next, po upon the premises and sell to the blithest did der, all the nndivided Interest which Isano Cnrtnn, rWd, has In tha Lands of Isaac Ra ker, deo'd, whioh Lands arc lying in the 8th Civil DiUriet, Metir countr, A credit f twelve month will b given on all except the sum of Forty Dollars, winch must he paid down, and not and eood security and a lien retainer! for the unpaid purchase money. JAMKS A 1IOW8KR, Cltrk. July 18. 1856-td-pwfec t4-4u8 Paints and Djc-Stuffsi OA A Ll, Snow While Zinc; )UvJ 80 lb. Dry Whit Lead: 60 " l"rj Red Lead; 0 100 )'' Venetian Red; 100 - Spanish Brown; S5 25. 95 100 " I'russian Blue; Chrome Green;" t Chrome Vellow; ' Best Spanish Float Indigo; Madder; Copperas; rtlna Vilrinl: 8.10 " soo '100 u And for sal by Extract Logwood; Received W. 0. 1I0RT0K at CO, DR. JOBS BOLU SOMIiTliINO NEW AND VALUABLE Tba moat pswerfnl King m the faee of tha 'obJJ nlgiia aupreme ia tba Awariean lUpubllo. 1 be P of the crowned head of Kurop. H, Into toaigulncano when compared to out Amerieae King. . yurepeaa kinga eaiploy the poavr veated In them to IncreaaTthe riehe. of the rich and lordly, and to reduee to greater miner? and degrauatioa, the poor and depend ent, oar American King goe. mh wi.li eoua willing neaa to the lordly manilou and the hauib a cabin, readv alike to adiuiuiater relief, and tooiler health and h.ppl bcm to tba lofty aud lowly, tha riob and tb poor. DU. JOHN HULL'S AMERICAN KINO OF PAIN I the TtttTB Wownim op Till 'oata. and the greateat bleutng evr offered to afflicted humanity i to tha Buf fering uiilllone, the Doctor can y. nlr to at your cooi mand. You have only to as thla manical remedy. All ttioM who ailll unVr, and will not accept the proff-red Blm, deserve nut the pity of their famUa. .. l'hla wonderful nieutcln. during 1 b brief period alnoa Ita Introduction, ha enrried bappinea to the bearta or thouaand. and made life a charm u many who lieroto fore regdd it only aa a peiuUtl and miaarabl eliaV "to tha wtada with all tlnlmenta, Bmbroeatlona, Palo Killer, and Palo extractor, and let milliooa or glad tongue proclaim the merit of the gnat Amerioaai King of pln," a preparation eompoaed aolely of ge tabie and root, produced by Amerlca'a own rich and boitnteoua roll. , , . . ' We would auk the Unit, who an alwaya competent judgee of what la and what I noi a valuable family med icine, to do ua a apecial favor by giving the King of Pain a ingle trial, ami If ertfectory. ert their inrlurno lu Ita behalf, recommend It. apeak well and often of It, -andeee that It need bv tbelr afflicted neighbor. Thj Ladle are alwaya charitable, and when they indue their euuVriiig ftlen.la to use thia really valuable medicine, they will be doing an aot of benevnleiue ihat they can well be proud of. l'hla ia a powerful ami truly -magical remedy for all external dlneaeea. none, awellinga, burn, he., and for many Internal altllrtlniia la a certain cun, yet It ia perfectly hanniea, and Incapable of producing the leaat iujuriciia erleeta in tba moat delicate caaee or the weakest couatitutloo It ie entirely uelea to follow the old and worn-oat tyetein of publiahlng to the public, thouaanda of certio eaiee of wondeca perforuie.1 br thia niedifiue. It eoati but twenty-lire eenU to trr it, and lr Hull atakea hi well earned reputation on ihe King of Pain doiag all and more than he claim for It. We would aak hare you the Khentnatlam or Gout the ara not. pleaaant oompaniona, and we know that you would Ilka to drive theui away aa eoon aa poaalble, then uaa 'HULL'S KINO Ot PAIN." Wonld yon be eared almoat Immediately ef Dowel Complaiul, Dvaentery. euniuiertlomplaint. Cholera roor bu, t!ramp, t'olle, Head Aolie, Tooth or any otueraob or pain, tha remedy hi aitupl and tba care certain, USB TUB OKKAT KINO OP PAIN. Would you hav your Sre, Swelling, Cuta, Durna, Bcalda, Bruiaea, or any other wound healed, we repeat exit, uaa tha MAGICAL KINO Of PAIN. 1 Would you be cured of Scald Head, Stilt Joint, Born ' Throat, Neuralgia, Sore Brcaat, Lumbago. Tetter or King Worm, Salt Hheum. Bitea of PulMnoua lnaecta, Chapped Hand, aud all other Sore, either dry or running, we i any again and again roi't axatanr I Dr. John Uull'i "KiNQ OP PAIN." Would you be cured of King 1 Brll, ennwr, 1 nmora, Kruptiona. o, any dbraja. 0 1 to. 8tac.u,l by impur. Would you be cured of King a Kril, Cancer, Tnmora, UIUUU) 1'. wmu vw. f ' and (be King of i'aln externally, nothing can be more Oartain than a apeady aud effectual our. DR. JOHN BULL'S SARS APARILLA. This medicine, when naed accerdlag to direction, will aura, without fail : Scrofula, er KlnK's Kill,' Cancer., Kruprlona or the Skin. Kryaipelaa, s Tumora, Clirnnio, Sore Kyes, Ring Worm or Tetters. Scald Uead, Ttlieuniatiam, Pallia in tba Bonea or Joints, Old 8orea and Ulcere, Swelling of the Olauila, 8vplillia. Ilyapepala, Halt Itheum, Dlreaaea of the Ridneva, I)ia.aaea arising from the nae of Mercury. I.OS8 of Appetite, Pain in I he hide and Shoulder. Ueneral Iebllity, l.tllnbaro,Ooulrba, Cold, Ilropay, Jaundice, Uoatireiieaa, llmncliltla, H'eakiieaeef Cheat, Sore Throat, Pulmonary aftlictiona, and all other Dir-easea tending to produce Uouaumptiou, Liver Com plalnta. Fellmle lrregularithw and t.'ouiplaiiita, I.OW cpirite. tfica and Nerroua Head-ache, Night 8weata, Kxpoaure, or luiprudenr in Life, Chroule cou titutionul Diaeamia, and aa a Spring and Bummer Drink, and Ueneral Ionic for the baini, aud a Ueutl and I'ieaaant .Purgative. It la superior to Ulue Lick and Congreaa IVaUr, Saibi, or Seidillts 1'owdera. It Is a remarkable fact, that among lha hundreds of eminent physicians who hnve examined the recipe by which Bull's naraaparilla ia prepared, not one hta con demned It, but all apprpee It, and commend it inh highest teruia. Uany phyalciana expreaa themselves strongly In the belief that It. in decidedly the best prepa ration of Saraaparilla that haa erer been placed Wore the public. Although there ara many phyalciana who feel a relustanceto having their name appended to-the recommendation of any particular remedy, notwith standing they may approve of It in the highest degree; there are others who frankly yield their support in favor ef a remedy which they know la capable of doing ao much good In an afflicted community. As an evldeucc, read the following from eld and respectable physicians, of high staudiug In tha community in which they lire. TESTIMONY: ItToatlmony like the following renders snper0ous all ooniment on the efficacy of Uull'i Saraaparilla. From Dr. I. f Yandall, Profcreor of Uhemiatry iu the l-oula-ville Medical lolleget I hare lookmlover the Hat of In (ivlieuta compositig John Uull'a Kttract of Saraaparilla and hav no heeitailon lu saying that they form a safe compouud, and one that promises well lu curouto dl ' eases, to which it la applicable. L. P. YAM HALL al.P. . LoeisviLL, June 9, 1IH8. What Dr. Pyles, phyelclsn by appointment t the Louisville alaria Uoapiytl says of Bull's Saraaparilla I Louiaeiixs, Uarch 80, 1849. I hav examined the prescription for the preparation ef Jehn Hull' Saraaparilla, and I believe the combina tion to be en excellent one. and well calculated to pro duce an alterative Impretelon on the eyateui. 1 hav need It both In public and private practice, and tbiuk It the beat article now iu use. M. I'VI.KS, U D. Kotident Physician Louisvllls Marin Uoepital Bettr testimony than waa ever offered In favor of any medicine. He? M. W. Sehon Kev K Stevvusoa I , Lodisvius, May 80, 1849. We have need John Bull's Saraaparilla, and have known It to be need, with entire eatiaraetion ; and wa have no healiatlnn Inratailng our belief that It la a safe and valuable niedteal compound, and calculate.! to pro doc much good and relieve much aulferlug; and therefore would cheerfully and moat earnestly recommend it to the aula tad. (Signed, W. SKI10M. Tfa wtmlJ earnestly tnvli all perrens who are euffrr Ing with any of tli Ilia that deah la heir to, to call on n- John Bull' aeent and set aenpr of Bull a f.uillv Journal gratia j and for the sake of humanity we hope that a single individual will not be round unwilling to lie Hull's Saraaparilla a trial after reading and recol lecting, at Ihe aauie time, that it is Impnaatbi for ths Doctor to publish the teuth part of the number of ear titlcates of aatoui.dlng cure pei fornied by bla Sarapa rllla. The amount of leetiniony voluntarily showered en Ur. Iiuh's faraaparlila.fr.iu well known and dtstln guiahed Inditiduala. both lu public and prlrate life, ha been perfeutly overwhelming. OPFICKM. KG, riKTH ST., I.OriSTILLB RV., AD 0. I OIHTLAMIT ST., IK. V. rh. .Kn.. .jii-tnea received and for tale b 0. W. ROiiS, Athens: O. CANNON, Msdisnnvllle. Call and eet Almanac, and alreu'ars free. Feb l-lv-d lVtitlon to Neil Land. Moses Sweeney, Administrtilop of Benjamin franklin, aeo u, M Nanov Franklin, widow, Jane Franklin, Jo H.Vatker and wife Lnor Walker. Ilenr Stanle and wife Martha Susan, John Hub art Franklin, minor, by hi Guardian John II. Walker, I suae Pearc and wife Elisabeth rancy, James, Morlh anil Jolin, minor, ry their tiiiarJisn, John linnes. IN obedience to an order made by the Conn ty Court, at the August term, 1856, 1 will, on the 18th day bf September next, tell, on the premise, to the highest bidder, for one third cash in hand and the balance on six and twelve month lime, the following de eribed Treat of Land, to wit: Lying in Mo Minn county, Tennessee, and containing two hundred acres, more or I fas, and adjoining the Lands of Wm. Burk, John Crawford, Charles Staple arid other, known a the Henry Walker Farm. The ptirrhaeer will be re quired to give bond and security for the bal anee of lite purchase money, and a lien will be retained till all is naiJ. Sold for the pur pose of paving the debt of said estate. VIM. Ut-.tim.l', l At t-ownty voaarr. . Aug 8, 1356-td-prs fee M1I IIV.1TT, McCLRNEY & CO., ukct inroavtM site wbolcsils nsuLias ut Foreign & DomesticDryGood3, Ko. 87 flay ae street, rbarleatoti. S. C. a. arirr wa. irissii.Tis(,....Ai'ecsTrs o wnr, wa. a'aoMiiT,.. .a. i. ulLLtaeta, caaa. roar a. Juuea-lj-twl -- WITH say. anurm....cn. a. awsraT nrvsT c. jousstoi. ochafi'er, Roberts & Johnston, ivroaraaa ikd ioBiaas or am 1 o x- y. Staple & Fancy Dress Trimmings, Jncelry, Luoking-CUinf, Comity Bi-tuhrM, Perfumery, French and ttermas Fancy fiooda. a Ao. No. bt Miaan sraturr, (between 4th and Sth.) may SO-ly-tUl Philadelphia, Pa. It A R D W A R E. C4 ) L'KTA V, T 1 :N K T&W), . , mnirrV' lupniTv., nr Hardware. Cutlery, Guos, Pistols, Ate-, 10. SO JlATNC (TltKICT, CHARLES T O jV, S. C. WILLIAM O. COUBTNKT.. , GILSgllT TKNNANT. JAMS . BVANS. ' June 17. '58 tf ,247 rTm. McP iter son, : (Sownor lo C. Wallace A ifcPuwtm,) Main Street, Knoxville, Vt'itn.. aokht na rue sili or 'luroij Slcunt ISllllii, ICoatrpII, Cnrt rlsht and Srlvaaa mill. Kl.l.ttnr. ' Georgia Osnaberga snd Yarns; Tobacco, Queensware, ..!..... e..i t . . iKivKLifl, .ui, ac. 7mw.- Four months. July !0-y-SSI 6ILLILANDS,H0 WEL & CO., DlttliCT IMfORTtllS 4 DIALKRa IN Foreign nnd Domestic Dry Goods, ho. S3 Hay ne street, CiiJIItl.KHOA, . r. N. B. Bolting Cloths al way on hand. Wat. H. eiLI.II.ANO, blDHKT . noWELU W. II. OILLII.AND. JAUX OILLILAHD JAMKSH. NtOIIOIA, . .." Oct. 81.1861 tf. " 12 BREWER &. CALDWELL, 0 Old Slip SEW TORS, General" CommMfn Werchnnts. PARTICUtAR sttentlon given to the sale at Grain of all description. Rrfir to J. K. ftaaa, Esq., President flank of Chsrles t'n, H. C; J. J. Sautter, President Bank of the Rrpuh. II;, Yew York. ,., July4-m-d0 T. DOONAN. tVarclionae nnd r.enrral romtnisalon MBHOECAIMT, Allunfn. Ua. WAVINO rented the aparlnns (Ire-proof Warehouse recently erected on Whitehall street, will attend to the storage end enle of Cotton. Corn, Bacon, Lard, and all other Produce with which he may be favored. Having had long experience In the general trade of tK'nrgla, he flatten himself that he can give satlafac tlon In Ihe sale of all Produce, and. alao. In the pur chase of all articles which the country rosy require. Juneo-ly-dill A. X. SMOO 4. 1BB0TT. SKN.'O & ARIiOTT. Commission Werchants, kspkciillv ma ma sl or TE.WVKSSKK -HOIH'CE, 8u -h as liacon, Lard, Flour, Grain, c, occupy their conimodloua new buildings, corner of Furayth and Mitchell streets, Atlnnta, Georgia, liberal advancea given on consignment.. Eatnhllah ed in business 1862. jne 8tf-81A i 1 Tennessee nnd Georgia 1 Oommltsalotx IIouso, -UltHlt l S, ex. J0nJ. IIUiMPflREVSttCO;,- RKSPECTFI'LI.Y announce to the Planters of South western Georgia that they have commenced a General Cnnmiinttnn liiminnm. 'n Ihe ttore-hnnae near Mea.rs. Furlnw, Price Furlow's 0 .rmlsainn Warehouao. They will keep a large stock of family Groceries of every variety, which they will Be I cheap. ' Farmers look lo your Interest and call and see. Decil-ly-878 3 . AVSl7l 5VT GKNERAL -O vmniiaalon and Produce Merchant, Offlc on Broad ttreel, opposite Union Bnnk, IU. give prompt and perannal attention to the .. ."Ie ,c. ln. Flour. Cotton, and all articles of Merrhandiae onnalgned to klm. AIo to the forwarding of fiooda for the Interior and Northern markets at the customary rales. Liberal sdvsnces, ei ther In ca.h or hy acceptance, made on articles in store or when bills of lading accompany drafts raNCB. :Bnker Wilcox A Co.; M. 4 B. Wilkinson; t-,?- ",?0 Auguata, O. iBnn, Tt'lllinms V llcox; Thoa. Trout t Co., Charleatnn. R. C. Wm Dun can; Pad.lelfnrd, Fny Co.; F. T. Wlllla. s..v.n.h. n. Rturgea, Bennett a Co., New York. J. C. Wllaon A Co.; ' S " ,u '. "-"". "ooo iiw, New Orleans. C. B. elborn, D.lton. Ga. Grenville Pample, Chat tmoora, Tenn. Beanlen, Son k Co.. Known, t... a n ' t n T""1, W" "'"Tmrd A Co.; Berry - ", .., iciiu. .TI0V. K4, '04 tr Sl Tennessee Produce Agency, jo. ransom ant ra a. sa dhdus. PARSONS & SAUNDERS, . .v.ri. Il.l.l.. J-,,H.. aoiits roa mi rctcHiai or ill xixd or Tonnosiaoo rroduoe, Such as Wheat, Bye, Corn, Bacon, Dried Fruit. 4c. Jnni5, lsJS-ly-DH)) ' ' c' johxt. wnoTToir ...mTo. wollowat. W0OTT0N Si nOLLOWAV. Commission Merchants, . UP Produoe Dealers, Cotton Avenue,. Il A TON, , STILL continue at their old stand, where Ihry will he pleaaed to receir conalgnments from Tennesaee ...... ............ ...... n.i, .iic iu,fiii; ,u o,ir it.rrn- er patrons as to our promptness and attention to their iiiwiww. n -iy-0u P. D. GATES. Commission Merchant. ssn nuLtn is Agricultural tmplemtnt aud Jltnthlnery No. ie nrnadwnv WIRW VIIRK, OT-KTCIIVM'S Mv4a MacJiinr, Hay Ve.aes, "Ta. W-rae linn, thiUirrtmn, I'lomi, Straw CVoVrt, 0)-n Shrllrr; Ituprrt, llnmr rwr$ unit 7arefter, Onmtiinttt 7arvertafld Wtnowtrt,an(t othrr Aart cultural ilachlnn. mar 18-tf-84T Commission Business. S. K. REEDER UE9PKCTFITL1.Y Informs the cltlsens af McMInn connlv.anil the public aenerallv.that he will attend to ths "elHng. Purchasing, and Forwarding of all kinds of Produce. Alao, to ordering Gonda, Groceries, or any kind of Machinery that may lie called for. He can fur- ..an ataeninery, auch aa Thraahera, Reapers, Mowers, Stilk and Straw Cultrrs, of any kind wlahed, at manu acturera' nrtrea. freleht aridrd. A rood lot of Threahers on the way and to arrive In a "aw days. Alao, one Circular Saw Mill and one Clover inner on hand and fnraalrbv 8. K. RKEDITB, Athens, Tenn., msyll-tr-84t W. 33. nAItlj, 3VE. X., ironnrrlfof MonliCfllo,Xf.) PlIYalCIAS AND ItriinEON, nKSPECTFn.l.T announces to the public thst he haa ' located p.-rntanrntly In Athens, and Is now pre. nared lo attend on calls In town or country. llavChg Sad nine years experience aa a Physlrlsn and Rurgenn, lid the advantages of thorough conrae at two Medical -.rhools Loulavllle, Ky., and New York he flatters nmeu mat he will he able to give general satisfaction to all who may need his nrnfeeenna! aervicea. OfIce one door west of the Office of the Poat, recently eecupled by Dr. 0. A.Jordan. April t, 1366-tf-8--a il. E. Doifson. D D. S.. Burcnou Xexxtlat( 1'lmlnnd. Tenu., GRADCATC of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, having locate permanently, offer his aervicea to the cltlsrna of Kaat Tenneaaee.. He under tanda Dentlalry as lanrht in the principal Colirgra In lbs United Statea, In all iu varlnua hrarhea. All exami nations of the mouth fre of charge. Ills otiargr are moderate. facpl i-lr-8M DR. J. L. ATLER. PfayslolAti c m urgeon, Athena, Trttn,. VVTILL gtv Mi entire attention to the practice ef ww aieuicin. untc oouin or in Bridge, laugg M. R. MAY, III. D., Sl'XOEON AST) PHYSICIAN, ' ATSKNS, TEN N., RKSrECTFUU.Y tender hi professional services to the pulilio. Ian. U. ) ii DR. JAMES B. TAYLOR, WILL hereafter give hi whole attention to the Traetiec cf Medicine. June I, 1851 H j W. D. k R. COLLINS, Associate Traveling Dentists Address, Salr Spring$, julyHMf Bkra countr. Tenn. W. F. KEITH, A. ttoritoy a 3 DrJ-iJ AltMrna. Tenn. T. L.CATE, J- ttornoy At Xj v xsry, marchl-aaiMfl Uecaiur. Tenn. jamb a. coos. wiLua Lowar. 100RE Si LOWRY, Attorueyn t Xmo.-w. janiS-ly Athena, Tenn. sou JARNAGIN Si CALDWELL, J-ttoruoya v t Xj , Athene Testa. HILTOX P. JASK tQIS A. CILOWBU. April 20-tt-m8 joii:; a. in Attornev nt Lav nnd Land Agent, Uoonnnoro't Boone county, leu a, WILL practice in the various Courts cf the State, and attend to the location and salt ol Laud War rants, buying snd selling Land 4c. Refer to Hon. A. Dibrell, Naahville. Tenn.; Geo. Brown, Eaq., Madiaonville, Tenn.; Will. I. Keith, tan.. Athena. Tenn. alar ll-lf-Md GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORXEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. 1)RACTICEStn the different eonntieseom posins'the Third Jiulieinl Circuit will attend to the colleetine ami securing of claims and will give hie undivided attention to all business entrusted to his care. March 2. 1849 tf 23 JOSEPH ANDERSON, ,'i 1 1 orv rv at tj a tr IWarsalnglon, Ithea Co., Tenn. April lo- BELL HOUSE, Coasts or Mux axd Stats btriits, KNOXY1LLE, TEH If. TVII,MA!I HlcTF,i:it, Proprietor. Four Horse Mall Coaches leave dally at 7.V o'clock A.M., for Montvale nprings. ' June lH-tf-4ii2 DoTjAICO II OTJHE, Cleveland, Ti'iin, THE above named House, sitnnted within a few yards of the Depot, is now open for the reception of Travelers. Persons traveling on tlut Eiist Tennea aee nnd Georgia Kail Road, and unppl-gat Cleveland, will And this House more conveniently situated thau any other. ThMiihacrlber pledges himself to nae bis ntmost ex ertlonr to give satisfaction, snd to rrmler comfortable, sll those who roav Sivor him with their nntrnnapc. April 11, 'M-lMM . L0KKXZ0 Pi:LAN0. TJNION HOUSE. Formtrly Kail Road Uouu,) Athena, Tenn., By 3?. X. TJlTJbLOtBll. Till! proprietor reapectfully announce to the public, that he has rcceutly refitted snd rehirniehed the sbove House, and that he will use his utmost endeavor to make it the traveler's home. Ills table will b sup plied with the heat the country affords. He hopes by unremitting attention to comfort of his guests to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage. jan25-tr-8Sa OCOEE HOUSE, Cleveland Tenn, 0-330. W. MAVO RKfPCTKUIsLY (rjretf notlc Chut he hai leased this frell-knoirn llrtel, nnd thut It ts now open for the reception of travelers and boarder , Having had a loitfr experience in the buHlneft, he Oh tiers hiniflelf that he will be able, by constant and devoted attention to it, to keep f ucli a House as shall meet the approbation of all who mity give htm a call. His Table will at all times he supplied with the best the country affords, and every effort made on his part to render his guetrtrcisinfortahle. He solicits share of patronage. nov -tf-371 IiBUTY'8 IIOTEti, rOI nO-V, TE1!V. TFf TS well known House hnn been newly fitted up with bedding, furaiture, Ac. Theundernlgned hits taken charge of it, and In announcing himself for the public patronage asks '-the tree to be tested by Its fruit," and pledges Mghelf, by so assiduous attention and a due regard for the comfort and tastes of his guests, they shall he cared for and ftirnkhed with the best the coun try affords. He has a!so connected with the house Ihe targe stable, sheds aad lot. of Messrs. Taylor, Bridges ft Co., and will he prepared in thnt lint. Jan 11 WM. M. ALEXANDER, Proprietor. CBUTHrif?ID KOUFE, IMMEDIATELY AT THE DEPOT, t'ballanooira. Tenn. Augi'T-tf-SOO t. cnrTciiFiEF.n, . I'snrsiKTOX. UNION HOTEL, a Ilrnton, Tenn. W. TT. STO K, IFomwly of CrrmurWt,) RESPECTFULLY Inform, the public thai he has taken the lintel formerly kept by Joseph Peltnn. Benton, Tenn. Determined to keep the right sort of House, he will apare no pains to accommodate and render com fortable all who may call. Ills Table shall he apread with the bes tlhe country affords, and his Htable will he provided with plenty of proveuder. Determined to merit public patronage, he hopes and expects to receive adueshare of It, ' July IH-tf-WB pni.jpRinM, . XJAG-XjXJ IOTTaNTiaiXY, . Cary street, between Pearl sod Fifteenth, Richmond. Virginia. MANUFACTURERS of Loconinllr Engines, Ten ders, Rnll Road Cars, snd all descriptions of Rail Road Machinery, Stationary Engines of sny required power; alto. Portable Engines, with a decided Improve ment over any othera heretofore made, (from ft to 40 horse-power,) on wheels, so well adapted to Farming Purpoaes, Getting Lumber, c, with Improved Circular Portable nw Mill attached, of lat, Sd and ad Claaa. Mining Machinery, Oriel and Paw Mill Machinery, Froginga and Tobacco Factory Fixtures of every kind; also, Rraaa and Iron Castings made to order, may !8, 18S-8m-iOO P. RA1IM. To faun and Mx Months Ilnyeral U. B. TUOHPSO.N & SON, Clcvrlnml, Tenn. Dealers In Choicp Foreign & Domeslic Dross CHEMICA 18, PA INTS, OILS, PERFUMER Y, Fniioy Or ooclm, sdb o. OUR stock will be found to embrace a larger and more general aaanrtmenl than Is usually kept In this section, and we Intend to keep It full and equal to the first class Hnuees In Fast Tenneaaee. We make our purchaaea largely for eaah, and principally in original packages of direct Importers and manufacturers, which enable oa to sell at whole.al much lower than any similar House In Kaat Tennessee. Physicians and country merchants will And It decidedly to their ad vantage to give ns a trial. All articles told hy us are warranted to be of the purest quality, and should al sny lime an article not prove satiifaslory. w beg It to be returned al our coat, aa it Is our intention to deal only In Purr Dmgn. All orders will meet with prompt attention. Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes will receive the greatest car and attention In their compounding, at all hour. feb 2-ly-868 Wholes ale Druggists navilaud, Itislfii Jf Co., Aueutltft, G-ctm OULD call the attention of Merchant In Eaat Tenneaaee to our uaual larre atock of Druga, Medicines, Pslnls, Olla, Dye-fluffa. Perfumery, Snapa, Dniahea, c. We are now fully prepared for the full Traar, and we hope Merchants visiting our ma met win examine our atork and prices before buying, ss we hsve unnaiial racllltlea both for purchasing and aelllng at low price, belngconneered with II triuian. HasaL Rislit New York; and KiviMxn, Haw.ii. Co., Charleston, a. 0. Th following articles will rntssjirlse part of our star. 10 wnicn we are making nnu.v a.i.nn.'n. 10,000 lha Flue alone 1.000 s Cslt Petrel I.OOO Fine Imllro; 8,000 No. 1 Madder; M10 " Ft. Logwood; I.OOO" Chip Logwood; S.OOO" Puttv. 6.000" Fpanlah Rrown; D.OOO" Cenklng 8oda; a.ooo " Mphur; . R.fiOO " Brlmatnne; 10.OO0 " While Uad; g.OOO " F.lnc PalnU lOOdns Frey'sVermirgei 0,000 wis Trnettan Ked; 400 dot. Caator Oil ; I.OOO" do In pap's 100 " Lyon'aKatharlon 874 ftronrl Street, (1 oort from Globe Hotel.) Cua.'Bi-iy-eox i3-is. Sto-vrosat TUB undersigned has for sale a variety of Cook gtorea latest and most approved patterns. Th esatmga are heautlml. The Hoortrr Hut Not and A'eafanrv are ea.t .1 Cincinnati. Ohio, and the Sovtt eraer is cast al the Knoavllle Foundry. He expects lo hsve. In a short time, some beautiful fire atoves fur heaating rooms. All who wlab to purcnaae a cnesp and good article In the Clave line, wilt no wen to can and examine for Ihemaelves before purchealng elaewhere. Athena, Sept l-tf-8o J. W. DLACKWKLL. aTuant XlOOolX7-ozi AND for sale, at the old ctand in Calhoun, Tenn ess.., S.I Itlila New Orlean Recoiled Molasses. 10 4 lil.ls. do, do. do. . 80 Hags fine Rio Coffee; . KnO Gal. Cuba Molasses; i.100 Lb. Rrnwn Sugar; enno Caslinirs; innoo- f!,.ll.,l Iron all of which will he aol.t low ly wholesale or retail. fi,,m fw. rlA.t. .lAnb la full and fine, and aa lew down in fries) as the lowest. , ' m m . i htut a. aiN. JUIT 0 . B. , iliativit.l St iJV.1. "And he played n a Harp of a Thousand Strlucs.'' "V7Eare happy to annonnec to "all the 1 1 world and the rest of mankind," that we are now in receipt of on of the largest, most fashionable, and durable stocks of Sprirand Snrnmei Goods ewer offered for tale in this market. Onr atoek consist in part of Bleached and Brown Miilis, Tickings, Drilla and Cheek. Print of every tvlc and price, Ginphama, Lawns, Brown and Rleached Linen,Caaimer,Twed, Italian t'lath. Chamhrav, "'ottonadee. Can ton Plaids and Stripes, Me'rsaille Quilts, Robe BrilliantA Mohair de Bege, Orfran.lies, Challi Barege and Tissneg, Bonnet and TaiTU Kih bon Mob Trimminet, Collar and Under eleeves. Mirror. Satchel and Carpet Baft, Silk and Leather Belts, Soap and Perfumery, Glove and Hosiery. Shirt Collar, HairStocke and Cravat, Porte Monnaie, Violins, Comb. Bracelet. Breast pins and Kinrrer-rinit. Ear rings, Bonk and Stationery, Hardware and Cutlery, Boot and Sl.oes, Uru Medicines, and Piyc ttiitTa, Stiaw. Leehorn, Panama and Fur Hats, Glass and Queensware, Masonic Aprons and Saahes, Ae., Ae. We cannot enumerate the "one thousand and one" article on hand, but ask the pub lic to eive n a call, and they will lie con vinced that they can snve mnnev by Inn ing our Good. W. G. nORTC'N d CO. April II, 1856 . Land for Sale. TITK snbseiiber, living five mile North ol Tellico Iron Work, Monroe eo., Tenn., offers a GOOD FARM forsale. There arc ftee hundrrj and eighty ittrtt in the tract, 1 0 acre in cultivation, 100 of which ia pood bottom land, lyini; in one body; plenty of water, tim ber, tc. There is also a Rood frame dwelling; house and barn; and is situated in a rery healthy section of country. I will eell a: a low price. AUSTIN GLENN. Oct. 19, I8S0 tf 869. , Osnabnrgs and Domestics. 1 CC BALES Osnabnrgs; lUVJ 12S bales Domestic; 20,000 Wheat Sacks; 100 bushels fresh Timothy Seed; ' 200 " Ilerda Gass " 150 Blue " " for sale at aa low prices, for cash or approved III! dnv nnner. as ran be had in aur market. , '. f r - , Send in your ordera. . Knoxvillr, July II R, M. McPHEHSON. Saddler Bridle arjd Harness manxtpaotohy. FV 1 II E aubacrilicr would return his sincere thanks to Jt. fie public generally for the very liberal patron age he has received, and hopes hy strict attention to bualneaa to merit a continuance or the same. He has just returned from Philadelphia with a good stork of materials, which ensbhles him to manufacture any article in his line with promptness and despatch. Ilng-akins for seating. Fnamelleri Leather of all colors, Psd Pkins, Tlridle Bita, fSilrrup Irons, aud various other articles, for sale low down for cash. He keeps constantly on hand a good assortment of Paddles, llridles, Whips, Ao. Please call before purchas ing elaewhere, on the bquare, between llorton's and Cleage's Stores. . EDWIN A. ATLKK. Athens, April Hi ISMS-tf-894 Boltinc- Clesfha. WE have on hand and for sale a superior article ef Bolting Cloths, Nos. 5, , R. 9 and in. Nov. S9 . McSWKN A GILLESPIE. Depot of Georgia OsnaburST, Skirting and Wheat Sack. I AM prepared to sell all of these things at manufac turers prices, tranaportation added, and to mer chants and farmers in McMinn, Bradley, Monroe, Roane and adjoining counties, I respectfully solicit their or ders, promiaiug to ship to them at all times with dis pstch. R. M. McPUERSON, Agent. Knozville, Tenn., July 11-lm ' French Burr Millstones. kj AKRANTKU of superior quality and workmanship, ' ' conatantly on hand or made to order from Burr Blocks of our own importation. We also keep for snle a auperior aasnrltneiit of ColoQn and JbnpH Mill, ttonm; Burr Btork; Bulling t'Mht; Calcined Plat ter, ita. Orders promptly executed. MORRIS A TRIMBLE, Successors to Egenton, Morris A Co., West Falla Avenue, near Pratt at. Bridge, Baltimore. .Orders for Millstones from the above well-known establishment received hv their agents, SKAdO A A I1II0TT, Commission Merchants, Feb 15,lS-ly-88o Atlanta, Ga. Notice. 4 LL orders for Atrricnlturnl Mncliinery, . made oy Messrs. W heeler, Aleltek A Co., Albany, N, Y., niuet be to me direct, or tliroiitrli my Agents in Knst Tennessee, Mr. S. K. Reetler, Athens, and Mr. M. Nelson, Knox- vi lie, who are authorised to furnish any of said maclunes at manufacturer s ensli prices, add. ine etistof transportation. P. D. GATES, Feb. 3, 1854 i tf 28(. 12 Broadway, N. Y. 3VE etch lxi. o Shop rI0 all who wish Machinery fitted tin or re J. paired, please call at the above Mill, H miles South of Athens. I am prepared to do work in the most durable manner. Person wishing a No. 1 Smut Mill can be supplied on short notice. JUbrJl'U U. S-Ul lrl, Jan 18, 1856-tf-S82 Medical College of Georgia. Augusta, July, 1856. rYnnE Twenty-fifth course of Lectures In this Instltu JL tlon will commence the First Monday In Novem ber next. KACULTT. 0. M. N'twTOH, a, 0., Anatomy. L. A. Duoas. H. r.. aurrerv. I. P. Oasvis, m. p., Materia Medlca, Therapeutics, and Medical Jurisprudence. J. A. Krs, at. p., Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Infants. II. V. M. M1u.1t, p., Physiology and Pstholyglcal Anatomy. Ai i Mbans. h. D.. Professor of Chemistry. L. D. Fosd, . ., Institutes and Practice of Medicine, H. F. Campbiox, M.D., Surgical, Comparative and Mlcroacopirai Anatomy. It. Camps vll, at. p.. Demonstrator of Anatomy. R. Hmanss. at. 0 Aaaiatant Uemonatralnr. JnaiAH llAaats, M.o., Proaeclor to Prorr of Surgery. Clinical Lectures will be delivered regularly at the Oily Hospital, and ample opportunities will be afforded Tor the study ot rraciicai anatomy. Fees for the entire course floR Matriculation Ticket (to be taken once) 6 For further particulars, apply to Julyl3-8m-48 0. M. NEWTON, Dean. Zion Hill English School. ramie Rwond (Session of this Institution will com I m.ncs on Monday. Julv illat, and continue for the term of five months. No student admitted for less than half session, and no deduction for lost time, except In case of protracted sickness. RATES Or TVITIOH: Orthnnanhv. Keadlna. Wrltlnr and Mental Ex ercises . Geography, Arithmetic and Engllah (trammar.. T,oo .Natural PeHosopliy, Cfeeraialry, Logic, Khetorlc, and acourse of Mathematics embracing Algebra, n.nm.ir. Trlmnnmrlrv. Menearation of Surfaces and Solids, Navigation and Practical Surveying.. 10,00 Studenta Intending to enter ecnooi snouta ao so as soon aa poaalble, lo order to enter tnetr proper classes. July 18, lSft6-m J. 0. BAKU, Principal. Chancery Court at Pikevllle. Tenn. Offick or Clerk fc Mastkr, Jult Rut-aa, VS.I61 Thomas AV. White, Administrator of Thoma Wilton, deceased, . William A. Sorrel Is. John N. Ilumea, Jane Humes, Ann K. Ilannum, William l.C White. Newton White, A.lison While), Mil ton White, Margaret R. White, Daniel C. Cttmniinps, Eliia I'tiniming. William Y. C Humes, Margaret I. Humes, jonn u. Ugden. Jane C. Oiiilen, John P. White, W. Y. C. White, Jr., W. Y. a White, Executor of Elinor W. White, deo d, Jnmes Wilson, Kich.ird Wilson, Jdin Coffin, Mary Coffin. William Wilton. Walter Preaton, Jamet W. TrestoD, Arthur C Cuinming aud Elixabcth Cnmining. . ON motion, and it appearing from the affi davit upon the amended bill in thia cause, that all th above named defendants, except Wiiliam A. Porrells, Ann E. Hannuin, Jatnes Wilson, diehard Wilson, John Coffin, Mary Coffin, William Y. C. Humea, and Margaret Hume, arc non resident of tlieHtate of Ten nessee, it is therefor ordered that publica tion be made for four successive week in Ihe Athena Post, newspaper published in the town of Allien, McMinn county, Tennessee, requiring (aid non-resident defendant to ap near at die next term of th Chancery Court. to be held at I'ikeville, Bledsoe oounty, Ten nessee, on the third Monday of September, 1866. then and there to antwer tha complain ant' original and amended bill, or the same will be taken lor eonleued ana act for bear- ins ex partt a to them. 94 n S l . O. U. JUifcUUiA U Jf. rikTille, Aog. 8, Hift-lt-pn fee ts-411 Rhea otinty Sulphur Springs THE purine will be gratified to learn thst these Springs are now being improved in a comfortable and subvtantlal manner, for the accommodation of th public. Thee water are well tested by living subject (as well aa by analyals.) Many of the oldest Inhabi tants ef tha country have derived material advantage from them, and many very astonishing cures ha it been effected by the free uae f theae waters. The waters act aa a powerful diuretic cathartic and alterative. It ha enred hundrede of patlenta of Dys pepsia. General Debility, all affectioas of the Skin and Kidneys, Habitual Coativeneas, Torpidity of the Liver. Ac, Ae. The public are referred to Ihe following gen tlemen : Major McCalUe, Col. Wbltesldes, Cot. Brabsen, Dr. Kennedy, sr., and Dr. flilleepie, Chattanooga, Tena. Jnnaa Hovl, Cleveland. Tenn. Hon. Saml A. fmlih, M. C Charleston, Tenn. Dr. John Hovl. Dr. J. W.flilleanie. Rev. Jamee flash. Rev. Jno. Tarnell, Rev. Mr. Crouch, D E. Clllcsple, Esq., and A. C. Day, Poet Maater, Rhea county, Tenn. And in fact, all the oldeat inhabitants in Rhea and ad joining counties, who caa cite to extraordinary cures performed by these waters. The Springs are situated four miles from Brady's Per ry, ia Rhea county, Tenn., nn Ihe North-west side of Tennessee River, 6f miles above Chattanooga, 84 front Athens, and II from Washington. Th moat direct route for persons from the South Is t go to Athens hy the ears, and at this plarw arrange, ments are made with Mr. Bridges to convey passenger on reasonable terms te the Spring. Boarding can be obtained at HM week, aad n pains will be spared to give general satiafaetion. June x7-8m-405 W. 8. HOUR, M. D., Proprietor. Worganton High School FOR MALES AND FE if ALES, Itloraranton. Tenn. THE second Session of this Institution will open on Monday, list July next, under the supervision of Mr. I. P. Hal. rrr, per SeeMmt of Ttrenly-mt Wet, pa fable at thedaeecf the Sriudon. 1st Class Spelling. Resdingand Writing 6,00 id Class Arithmetic, Enrliah firammar. Geogra phy, Compoaltron and Declamation ,00 td Class Higher Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Composition. Declsmstlon, Ac 10,00 No student sdmitted for less than half session, and no deduction for lost time except In case of providen tial hindrance. Boarding can he had In the neighborhood on reason sble terms; and thereare at the place severs) comfort able rooms for the aronmmodatfoa of students who rosy wiah to board themselves. . This Is exclusively an Engllh School, and Its object Is to make thorough . practical, English mrholare. W. W. BATLK8S, Pres't Trustee. M. Jokes, Secretary. , June W-Sm-iM fiinfion (0 Farmers and Others. HATING been Informed that a person, represent ing himself sa from New York, has offered to aell the AgriciiUurttl Marhinet msde by Whulbr, Mklick A Co., of Albsny, N. Y., to various parties In Rast Ten nessee, I hereby caution Kast Tennesaeans to beware of a'l such Imnostere, as 1 have the sole right of these ma chines for Eaat Tennessee, and none can be used there unless procured from me or mr srents. P. D. GATES, Ne. 11 Broadway. New York, April 11, 185-tf New Goods for the Million! OriEAGE CO. TATOCLD respectfully call the attention of T 1 the people to the splendid assortment ef Spring and Summer Goods, just received, at their new Brick Corner with Iron Front, which were pin-chased on the best terms, and are now offered at a low rate aa such Good can be purchased any where in the State For the LADIES, they have the latest styles of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Muslins, Prints, Linens, Laees, Ilandkerohiefs, Hosiery aud Gloves, Also, the Bonnets and Trimmings. A large stock of GENTLEMEN S WEAK, suoh as Cloths, Cassimers, Satinets, Vesting, Tweeda, Drillings, An., Ac READY-MADE CLOTHING, lints, Boots and Shoes. Drugsand Medicines, Paints and Dye-stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery and Queensware, Groce ries, Iron, Steel, Nail and Casting, beaidea every other article usually kept iu retail Stores. G.ve them a call. They consider it no trouble to show Goods. They are deter mined not to he undersold. t3f All kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. May 1-897 New and Profitable Arrangement FOR TUB People or XUoevlllef At veil at Ihe Public in General. A. 1. RIC A OFOItl), RICEVILLE, TENN., HAS recently determined on moving to the West so soon a he can wind up hie business, and having a pretty fair and well selected stock of GOODS on hand, (most of which were purchased this Spring) takes this method of saying to the good citizens of Mo Minn county and the public in general, that he is now selling so low down for cash, or to good customers on short lime, that they will certainly do well to give him a call. No humbug about this. He is determined on selling out his entire stock of Good. Any man wanting to purchase good and pleasant situation on the East Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road, to retail Goods, will do well to call and see him, a he wanta to sell hi property at Riceville, consisting of Store House and Dwelling, all of which can be purchased on very reasonable terms. All persons indebted to him by account for the years 1864-6 will 1 .lease call in and close them up by Cash or Note, toon, aa he roust wind up hi busines. . May 9, 1868 Threshers ! Threshers I ' ALL persons wishing to purcase Threshers and Ma chinery of that kind, will do well to hand la their orders Immediately. 8. K. KKKDKll, Agent. Athena, Feb. t'J-tf New Goods ! Cheap Goods I Low XJoTTrxa. for Oaa,stsli ! fpHU subscriber ia in receipt of full sup X ply of FJil.1 JUVli IVrjYTKH GOODS, to which he invite the attention of all who may wish to purchase. After the 1st day of January, 1866, he intends to sell for CASH only, and will give better bargain than have ever been offered in this country. A word to the wise is sufficient. A. H. CROW. Athens, Nov. 16, 1865-tf-I78 : Another Fre Supply of Drugs, WHICH, added to my old, makea my present stock large for this market consisting In part of the following: Oils, Lintseed, Tanners', Lard and Neatsfoot; Sn'ls Turpentine; Copal, Japan and Leather Var nish; Paint, Varnish and Sash Brushes; Blend ed and Graining Brushes; White Lead, dry and in Oil; Zino in Oil; Pessones; Gumelastic Globes, with and without tubes; Window Glass, 12 by 18; Putty; Glasiers' Diamonds; Wines: t Brandy, aad Jamaica Spirit, for medical uses and many other articles. Will be told for cash only, ' ' Oct 26 WM. BURNS. ATHENS FOUNDRY AND lVXaa.ola.lxxo Work. THE (ubseriber would respectfully an nounce to the citizen of Athens and th pulilio generally, that he i now in operation and prepared to do O A. STITCGr of every description in hi line, and would therefore solicit order from ail those who-may want anything of tha kind. He ia 'now easting and haa for sale dif ferent sir.es of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook Stove, furnished complete; variolic cite of Parlor, Nine Pate, Chamber, Oflioe and Shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waflle Irons; Ploughs, right and left hand. Also, th Kilgore Spiral or Jnclin Water Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou. and feet per day., ill kind of fitted ud in the best and most durabla manner. and upon abort nolioe. Also, iron nailing 01 every description. He is also prepared to do all kind of Brass casting. . The hiirheat Cash Price will be naisl for OLD COPPER. . C. ZIMMERMAN. P. S. There is connected with tha Work n excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons wishing casting can hav pattern made to order. O.X. Athens, Tenn.. July 18. 1868 tf . 408 RF.AIIYIa1) Clottilttsr. I am bow re ceiviti mv laree and well selected stack of Read- Made Clothing, eonnitlng of Over, frock, Breae and Sack Coata; faiits, Vetta, Shlrtf, Shlrt-eeltars, Lamb. wool ana M.rlaa ghlrta and Drawers Of all Sorts d Sites all of which I will sell very cheap for cash. Just wslk ia aad I wa At yen eat anew, "from top I t. Oet 910. W, RCPI, t.ltPOHTJiJS'T TO FJ R.HE RSt Premium Wheat Fans I TUt undersigned would iweaeetrally Inform the rr wing public and all other lntereited, that they till eontiuu te manufacture '. . Tharber'a Improtrel I re-an I at au tlheal t aita, at their old stand ia Philadelphia, Teno and have alao ea tabliahed shops at Cleveland, Tenn.. and Dalloii, Ga., . where they will be harpy to wait upon th.-tr eld friend and aa many new onee a may desire their marhinea. Theae fana are an Improvement upon Ihe "1. T. tlrant Pan," by Mr. Thnrber, whe wss the Inventor of th Grant Fan. These Pan have received premium wher large number were on exhibition, in various States of the Union, to wit : In hew York, wher there were ever fifty competitor for the premium, and in Ohio, where there were thirty contending for the aame. Vlr ginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolira, aad the Middle Di vision ot the Stale of Tennessee, have acknowledged the superiority of the Fans by awarding premiums, at tnetr reapectlve ratrs, to the proprietors. These Vans enjoy unrivalled reputation wherever they have been uaed, for their superiority of construction, and the rapidity with which they perform their work being able to clean one buahel per minute and remov ing everything that could be accompliahed by Smut Ma chines. One of theae machines was timed and tried al Joaeph Jonea', near Philadelphia, Tenn., the reeull of which experiment Ihe annexed certificate will show. Good material ahall be procured, and only good work men to conatruct Ihem, which enables ua to warrant all work done at our shops. Those wishing good machines would do well to tend in their order early, aa the de mand ahont harveet Is uanslly gresler than can be sap plied with the desired diapatrh. Letter addressed to the undersigned al Philadelphia, Tenn., Cleveland, Tean, and Dalton, Ua., will recelae prompt attention. 1 JACKSON COTTON A CO. Kits A HaitDirssoa, Athens, Tenn., are Agent for the sale of tha above Fane. , , Thlscertlfles thst the undersigned timed and tried N. U. Thurber's Premium Wheat Fan, and statu thai ft cleaned one buahel per minute, sepsratlng all filth lo such a degree of perfection that it eanot be rivalled by any Fan now in use; and we recommend all who stand In need of such a machine to examine this Improved) Fan before purchasing tlsewhtr. J. D. Jnaas, Cms. Cao, A. W. Cotiar. This Is to certify that I hsve been using one of the Wheat Fans manufactured by Thurher A Cotton, called N. U. Thurber's Improved Premium Fan, and beltev ft to be superior to sny Fan I have seen In uae In thia country. . Taws. Bsowa. Philadelphia, Tenn., Dec IT, 1S5. Athens, Tenn., toth Dec, 18S0. I purchased ea of Thurber's Improved Premium Wheat Fans, from Messrs. Thnrber A Cotton this year, and am well pleased with it. My hands tell me It Is Just the Fan they wanted. Davio Cls.ob. Dee J8-m-8Tv xx. Xa. O'xxtf'Xjxrsr o57. (cswweasors to Tinley t Ifemm,) t Receiving 4c rra strdinsr Aa-enta .'.'' JXD' . ... General Commission merchants, ' South Wharf, Charleston. S. C, . GTVK their peraonal attention to th sale ef all kinds r of Produce and Manufactures, and will make prompt returns of Ihe same, and to Ailing orders for all kind of Goods In this market, for a cnmmlaaioa of tH per cent. Their peraonal attention will alao be given to th Receiving and Forwarding of Good, to any part of Ihe globe, at 10 cents per package, except large pack ages of Machinery and Furniture, which will be charged according to trxuble and reaponaibillty. Iron in looae bars and Spikes for Kail Roads will be put through at $2,50 per ton, all expense Included, and Nails at lOots per keg, sll expenses Included. Shippers mny fully rely upon onr positively protecting their interest against over charge of measurement, weight and loss of packages. Merchants or Knoxvllle, and of Kast Tennessee, thst receive their gnoda at K uoxville, can have them prompt- , ly forwarded through this llouae, and pay all their bills al Knoxvllle. Those who choose to shin through onr House aad thst of Gnwer A Dsvids, Greenville, 8. C, csn have their Coods promptly forwarded, and pay all freight and charges to Gower A Dsvids, st Greensville. We would reapecfully refer with plraenre tr th fol lowing gentlemen, moat of whom we have daily transac lions with, believing them to he the proper referees 1 Shepherd, Maxwell A Hoyt; Barry A McDannel; Mar ley A Ricardl; Craighead A Deaderlek; N. Gammon A Son; Cowan A Dickinson; J. 8. Van Gilder; T. II. Smiley; Timothy Sulllns; J. II. Walker; R. M. McPherson; Hoi Isnd A Rawlins; Kinaloe A Bo., Kuoxvill. Wm. B. Coleman, fontvale Spring. Henry Mlaaroon, Agent of New York SUsmera; John Caldwell, Agent of Balti more and Boston Sail Packet; II. T. Baker A Co., Agents of Baltimore and Philadelphia Sail Packrtr, Home A Story, Agents of New York Ssll Packets, Ohsrletton. H. L. TINI.KY, Iste of Knoxvllle. Tea. NoviS-tf-8T4 JA8.H.ARTOI,Chsrletten,B.O. , 2100 Acres of Land for Sale. o N Monrlny, the 1 1 th day of August next, I will sell at the Court-house door in Athena at nnlilin out-crv. the following- traeta or parcels of LAND, belonging to the Rogers' Creek Mining Company, and lying in Cherokee county, N. C., to wit: Three Six Hundred Acre Tracts; On half of a One Hundred and Forty Acre Tract; and One half of a Hire Hundred Acre Tract together with all tba Mininif Implements belonging to the Compa ny. The terms will be made known on tha day of sale. J. B. TATLOR. Agent. July 18. 186-4t Per L. Docsns. For further information inquire of J. B. Taylor, Cherokee county, N. 0. Model Clothing Store. Cleveland. Tenn. IHAVF. just received one of the largest and finest stocks of READY-MADE CLOTW0 that has ever beea opened In thia market, which was selected with the greateat csre by one who Is well posted np In Fsahlons, and In the value of Clothing, and all of which sraa made to order and to Jtt. The stock Is general, and consists in part of Coata, all styles; Pants, to suit the most fastidious; Vests, plain and fancy; Shirts; Drawers; Cravats, a great variety; Collars of the tstest cut; Hosiery af all descriptions; Doc Calf Skin Stitched Boots and Shoes; ths latest style Gaiters; Chlldrea's Shoes, Ac. Also, a line asanrtment of Hats, of the most approved styles. Together with numberless other articles, of which I shall not attempt lo speak here, but will take the greatest pleasure In showing to all who may favor me with a call. All of which ars offered for sale oheap for eaah ne hambug about It may-ly-99 , , , W. 0. HAINES. Goods Goods ( New, Goods ! "W 3MC. XX. A tt.-t. i.i sif WOULD respectfully announce to hi ouatomers and also to tha trading pub lie generally, that ha i now in reoeipt of bit Spring and Summer Supplies, to whicli he invite their attention. Tha tock i Inrge, embracing a general assort ment of Ladies Dress Goods, Bonnets, Bonnet Trimmings, Glove. Ac; Good for Gentlemen' Wear, all seasonable etyles. Hats, Boot and Shoes; an extensive assortment of Hosiery, die, Ao. Also, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Cutlery, and in short, almost every thing that the want of tha public may require, or fancy crave, and all of which he propose selling on the most reasonable terms. Tie respectful ly solioits an examination of hi assortment. Athena, April 25, 1 856-396 - A New Churn. THE undersigned is now prepared to fur niah a new Churn,, to order, which be warrant to churn butter in on fifth the time usually taken by the common Churn, if prop erly used. All he asks is a fair trial. Any person furnishing him with milk that it tour and ready for churning, and he fail to churn it in five mi niws, can have Churn free of nothing.. 'Call over to the Bcruth aid ef Athena and aatitfjr yourselves. ; ;.r v w. . james baker. -Rcriif j L. Dodton, Wm. O. HortoB, Dr. Atlee, Dr. Deaderlek, and other. , , Athens, March 14, 1846-tf-IWO Carriage Repository, Athena Tsanessses. : JTsOXXJSr Xj. X3rt.XXOZ38 IS receiving a variety of Carriage, con sisting of Slide-aeated Buggies, Family Wagons, l!oliswsys, top, and no top Buggies, CONCORD BUGUIES, Hack Wagons, two horse Plantation Wsgnns all iron axle; Harness and Whip Nvrthern made, aad warranted of good material, which he will tell a low at can be bought in any Southern market. .' ' Any style of Carriage or Wagon got up to order at short notice. He also hat tome Horses end Boggle to hire out for the accommodation of t he public JOHN L. BRIDGES. April 4. 1886 tf83. Premium Cooking-Stores. I RATI received on consignment, a lot ef the cele brated "Premium Caobtnf-Stmn," manafacaured by MorTetl A Shields, Knoxvllle, Tenn. Thess Stores are unsurpassed by any Cooking-Stove In the Union fr baking, brolllng.frbjg and boiling. They bsrs bsso fully tried. With th Steve yen get ths following furniture, via t Two cast Iron kettles with eovers; one large oblong boiler one tea kettle) one eoa boiler; w dripping rians; two pudding pans; two pis pans; one hook; one Ifter; two spiders; one gridiron, two fryee; on Iron healer; one tin dipper; one steamer; one pair waffle Irona; one scraper; two Joints stov plie; one elbow pipe. Box, Parlor, or any description of Slave, for stors. CSurehes, tcnool-heu.o. Ave,, from Id to lt. Aug 8 . . J. M. HUlDERnOis. Jl'tvr neeeilved, and for ssls, a lot of Cooper' Rolled Iron; alse.a first rats srtlcleof No. 1 flhtw. Ing Tobacco, by r A. P. BRADFORD, , Feb. Klcsvills,TsnB( SALT! ajAf.TI ofloOlhs A.hlsnd.extrs , table ass; tODO lbs Turk's telend, mrprkltog. eptM ftRO. W. HOW.