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William I Hotnoa and wife, tt tl, , ' Margaret Jetr, st t ' THE account heretofore erdrd ia that mom will U lakea at th Meeter'e offie t Deeator. Msig aaty, Tidmmh Fri dy, tb th day of Mrh, 117. an4 aua seeding day if nim7, wha and where th pertiee aay ttnd with their proof; If they think fit nod proper. O. W. .JcfcEN'ZIE, C et Jf., Per W. L. MoKnasT, o. m. Jam It. 1887-lt-pr fee -tH Cri iriaisje Teasem. ' Jeka ftDMk, AdnVr of JoMph Wamask, dHMMd, John Georg and wife, Bad other. rP wm rdrd by th Court, t lu Jaaaary lrm, 187, that publication ha mad ia this aauM aa to creditor of aaid ette, for them to make tbemtetve parties, if they ehooae, at the neit term of thia Court, to ha balden oa the let Monday of February neit, at tb Court-hoo ia Deoator. Meigs county, Teaa., to aaawer or demur to aaid peitioa of Jeha Watnaek, Adm'r aforeaaid. JAMES A. 1I0WSER, Cltrk, Per N. J. Ltuaao, D. C. Jaa la. 185T-4t-pr fee -4I4 , .TEG ROES FOIl SALE. T Y Tertoe of a decree of tb County Court XJ of Polk county, Tennessee, at the Janua ry term, 1167, 1 will aell to the higbaat bidder, at the Court-honae door ia tb towa of Ben ton, Polk county, Tenn., on Friday, tho SOlh da of February. 1867. the folio wins named NEGROES, to wit: Cynthia, a woman aged about forty; Lafayette, a boy aged about twenty one; Robert, a boy aged about twelve; ZHiabetb, a girl, aged about nine; Queen, a oirL aired about earea: Josebh. a bor. aced about five; Lewie, a boy aged about three belonging to tli a heire of Kicbard Kird, de ceased, late of loMinn. county, and Bold by petition of the heir, for distribution among them. ' ' . Taaaftt One-third of the piircbaae money will be required oa the day of eele the bal ance on a credit of twelve months, with bond and approved aeeurity, and a lien retained on tbc alavca until tbe final paymente are made E. P. DOUGLASS, Cltrk, Jaa 9, 1857-td-prefee t5,60-4S JYotice to Unilders. O HALED Pronoeals will be received by Wn O Lowar until the firat Monday of February next, to furnish Material and do th Work of building McMinn county Jail, in Athena. There will be three diatinet elaese of work, onaiating of Rock, Brick and Wood Work. Th eontracta of lock work will include th foundation walla. 41 by 81 feet, with two aroea walla, t by 1 feet, and th fUging of the Jail floor, together with the grading of tb Jail yard, t be let oy tua eona percn or . m. i ... . i ; -t i L ; yara. ineoriOK woracouaisia oi ibi miin walla, 41 by il feet, and on eroaa wall, all 14 feet high. Jail walla feet thiok; brick to be bard burned and let to be laid by the thousand, allowing 80 bricka to the foot. And the Wood Work and Lumber coneiata of flooring, ceiling and eheathmg plank, roof timber, aoaniung, ana aenie, to do oi pin ana poet oak, without aap or ahakea, delivered at theJaiL The work of making door, win dow, laying floor and ceiling, arc to be ptoified and each aort made separate. Con treot for a part or all th above work will be awarded only to responsible partiea. For partioulara enquire of the aubacriber by Utter or otherwiee, or ee th Plan of (aid Jail at the office of Wm. Lowry, Eq. Br order of Building Commiaaionera. - a A. PROCTOR, Stc'y. Rsriaixoc : Gen. J. T. Lane, 8. K. Reeder, Esq., and J. Thomaa, Eq. Athena, Jan. 9. 1857-81-458 Trust Sale. BT virtoi of th power in in vested by Deed of Trait, regularly executed by A. P. MeClatehey, I will proceed to aell, at the residence of th aaid MeClatehey, in MoMian ounty, Tcnneeeee, on the 80th day of Janua ry, 1867, to tbe highest bidder, for eaah in band, tb following Real Estate and Peraonal Property, Tit: - Three lota of Lend, containing 04 acre, being tho South-west quarter and half of the South east quarter, and part of th North west quarter of eeclion t, fraetional town bip 4, rang 3, West of the meridian, Hi was tes Diitriot. Also, on other email lot of Land, lying on Eastanallse Creek, near th mouth of th Dry Branoh, containing 14 or 18 acre all in McMinn county, Tennesee. Fir likely NEGRO BOYS, aged between eight and twenty years, and three likely NE GRO GIRLS, aged between fiv and twenty one year; six head of Horace; two yok of Oxen; three Milch Cows; twenty-five head of Sheep; ten head of Young Cattle; on Thresh er, two Wagons; and one act of Blacksmiths Toole. A. BL1ZARD, Trail. Jan 9, 18S7-td-488 G. B. THOMPSON & CO., Clevelseaset. Tea).. wboubul aaviiL aLsaa I Drags, dledicia83 hemicas, DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, Olio Patata a Painters' Article, raralskas, wiaaew viass aaei e-ms-tr VlMwaref Ferlsssmerv, eke. "Me AVojM, Ft Bair ank Tarik Bnukit, Paint Tmm an4 tramUsi fur MtiicaX Purpattt, faey ArUcUt, t&, wm ku. m rAvaar oa raoraiariaT MEDICINES r THE BAT. W ask. ear parehases ftr eask, and ear coeds squsllr as low as thr eaa be obtains from ear similar Hiabllshasat ia this ssetlon, and warrant ee te bs fr.ih, pure an gcDalne. Ordtre preaptlf ailed, and saiisraeilea f uaraolisd, with retard bath te rice and usllir. rhr,lrln.' PraseriBtleaB altsaded te at all hours at the dar and nlxhl. 8eptHy-dH To Cotton and Woolen Mamfac- tairri Rail Roaet Coaapaale, Jla calaiata, aaal General Dealer, mtAOIUNI BELTING, for Gins, Thrsshers Mill., I'A PactorlM, o., mad from best whole hide Cssiliar earrisd, riv.Kd, stretched and eemtnUd at aur works in Nswark, N. J. All widths, 1 lo 4 inehes, and of warranted qaalltr. Picker and Lace Lealhar; Calf and Bump Rollar Skins; Roller Cloth; Roller Brush a.; Loom Duller.; Pickers; Btrlpplnc. Cards; Rinf Trav. eil.rs; and a variety of Paciory Plniilnirs. Hols Leath er ef ererr dssertpilea; Bafll.h, trench, and Atncrl ' eaa Oalf BKIn.t Llninf aad Biadia Bkins: Bliaa Pef st La.ls; Boat Trees; Peg Jacks, c, ic, and a aenerai auorlraeot ef Bool and Bhoamakers Pindlnf.; Hof kins; Sheep Bklas, aad Morooco Bkins. Harness Leather; Bridle, skirting and Belt Leather; Patent and Boamelled Leather aad Bnamslltd Cloths. ALCO, A general asserlaeat ef Kadlsllerr Hard ware, Caacli Hardware, and Caaett Trilaminar. Bprlnf.. Ailes, Malleable Outlni., Bind i, Bolts, Screw., felloes, Hubs, Bpokee, Shafts, Poles, Moss, Oarled Hair, Oil aad Braasels Carpets; Taral.hes, Band Paper. Be., Be. Per sals lew at ear WKoUnl SutlMiy WtmHa. 8HRRMAN, JRWUP A CO., tie. Broad stret, Auf,fto, HARRAL, MCHOMI k 00., Oeraer ef Hasel nd Meetlnf .ts., ChnrUfm, A C. BITT8, NICHOLS CO., etfe-lr-ttl No. M Libert tree Ae rrt. Noatt Harmony Dlgh School. fflHtB lastltatlaa will epe en the Bret Meadap ta Jaaaarp itit, el Mouot Harmony, MeMlaa eooa. tyTTsaa., all miles Bast of Athens and three Bile Bnath-aast ef Motaee Crek depot. 7kraM,jarAetMal WttJt, one-A.i In sxfanaoe, sm balunoe at oioee of Station. Bpelllaf', Reading and Writing, per scholar SS firlthatie, Bogll.h Srammar and Geegrapajr ...... slhemaliee and Hataral Sciences 1 A aentlngenl fee Mete, per scholar la required la ad Vance, for fuel, Be. Ne student admitted for less than naif session, aad aa deduction for lost tlae, etespt ia ease ef Provide- 4'rddnf"ean be had at feed hoo.ee at 1.M per week end eeveral eoafartable cabina are convenient which students wishing wi board themsslvee can oocnpp free ef ohart decJS-BmJ B. P. HALS, Pi 'pi. Xat Tsaaessee eV Ueartiat Rail Head. To those Interested. AT the Beetle ef the Board of Director, held la Athens oa the Slh October last, the following res olution was ailnpted, to wit t ' Xawtoect, That the Secretary give pnbllcaMM In some newspaper printed ia Rnoaellle, Athene aad Cleveland, calling unaa delinquent Stockholder te eeme forward eaor before Hie l.l day of April Beat, and pay the amount due en their stock, er the Board will proceed to forfeit the .lock or sws far the .erne Id their dlscre tlon.n R. 0. JACKSON, Secretary. Athene, Not 14, IftM-lta-KA V Kaoavllls Register and Cleveland Banner ail phMtsccry till lit April. Cktaaearr Coart mi PlkaTllle, Teasa. Omci or ran Cl ek Mama, I Jembtr Rultt, 1868. J Wilaoa Atayaold 4 Co., .':. Jeaeph T. ReiJ and William Tlala. ON motion, and it appearing from th alle gations in th coroplaiaanu bill that th defendant Joseph F. Raid te a dob resident of th Bute ef Tea a esse e, it i therefor order ed that publication be made fof four oeea aive weeki is th Athco Poet, a newspaper published ia the towa of Athena, AloMina county, Tenneasee, requiring said defendant to appear on or befor the next term of th Chancery Court to be held at Pikeville, Blod eoe county, Tennece, on th' td Monday of March, 1887, then and ther to answer th complainant bill, or th same will b taken for eonfeeaed and Set for hearing tx part a to bim. . ' - 8. C. NORWOOD, C. r M. Jaa 9, l8S7-4t-pr fee fS-433 McRcyaold Bro., . . Joseph F. Raid and William Hale. . ON motion! and it appearing from th a11 galiea in th eompiaiaaata bill, that th defendant Joeeph F. Reid i a non-reeident of tbc Stat of Tennessee, it i therefor or dared that publication be mad for four suc cessive weeke in th Athens Poet, a newspa per published in th towa of Athena, McMinn county, Tenneasee, requiring aaid defendant to appear on or before the neit term oi to Chancery Court, to held at Pikeville, Bledaoe county, Tennessee, on th td Monday of March, 1847, then and there to answer th complainant bill, or tbe same will b taken for confessed and eat for bearing as part a to uim. 8. U. BUBWUUUl V. M. Jan , 18S7-4t-pr fee $8-433 John Johnson, .., Jam L. Bchoolfield, baronel Age, William Worthinetou, Jam H. Bam and John Stubb. motion, arid It appearing: from the af- J fidavit of Jaiik O. op are, agent for the complainant, that th dfndnt James L, Schoolfield ia a lion resident of thie State, it ia ordered that publication b mad for four uceasiev week in th Athens Poet, a news paper published to Athene, MoMinn county. Tennessee, requiring said defendant to appear on or belore tli next term or the Chancery Uourt, to be held at rikevillc, Jiledeoe coun ty, Tenneasee, on the td Monday of March, 1857, then and there to anewer the complain ant'e bill, or the same will b taken for con fessed and tet for bearing tx parti aa to biro. a. u dukwuuu, u. & at. Jan 9, 1857-4t-pr fa $3-431 President and Director of th Bank of Ten . Ephraim M. Evana. , efN motion, and it appearing from the al J legation in complainant'a bill that th defendant. Ephraim M. Evan it a non-red dent of this Stat, it 1 therefore ordered that publication be made for four suecewire week in th Athens Post, a newspaper published ia th town of Athena, Tenn., requiring seid da fendant to appear on or befor th next term of the Chancery Court, to be held at Pike ville, Bledeoe eonnty, lenn., on th Id Mon day of March, 1867. then and ther to answar th complainant' bill, or tb eeme will b taken foreonfeseed And aet for hearing it part a to him. 8. C. NORWOOD, C. t M. Jan 9, 1857-4t-pr fca $8-433 John Hutcheton, Thomas S. Motets, Phillip M. Bilhngaly, Executor of th last will and testameat of Jobs Billingely, dco'd, . Jan R. Billingely, Andrew B-, Tame D, Amanda W., Uixey u., viola u, aran jr., Statira A., Leander IL, Eraliata J. Billinge ly, Nancy Buteheaon. John Muneey, Maha ley Munoey, Martha J. Moien, James Ran keo, Elixabeth Rankca, Reuben Ranken, Theola Ranken, John C. Billingely, An drew Billingely, Martha Billingely aud her minor child, with three minor children of Samuel Billingely, dee'd, names not known, Archibald, Joshua and Jefferson, negroe set free by said will. ON motion, and it appearing from the al legations of th complainant bill, that th defenanta Job C. Billine.lv, Andrew Billing.lv, Martha Billingely, and the four minor children named in aaid bill whoa names are not known, era all residents of th Stat of Arkansas, it is therefore ordered that publication be mada for four successive weeks in tb Athens Post, a newspaper published in th town of Athene, McMinn county, Ten neasee, requiring aaid defendant to appear on or befor tb neit term of th Chancery Court, t b held at Pikeville, Bledsoe oun ty, Tennessee, on th third Monday of March, 1867, then and tner to answer tn complain ant bill, or th same will be taken for cob feaeed and cat for heariug ix parti as to them. rs. U. JMUltwuuif, V. tt il. Jan 9, 1857-4t-pr fee f 8-483 MARBLE WORKS, Newly apeaed, at Redaced Price, an JQaaBtaxa.dllee Oreell. MciniNZf COUNTY, TENN. fBrwni undersigned respectfully calls tbe attention ef JL the citisen. or ucsiiun, sielge, Bradley, rolk, Monroe and Hamilton counties, to the fact that be baa apened and i. now carrying on a new Marblt JfirtuMieA mttt, at Col. A. P. McClatchey's Tilt-Uaamer Shop aad Cotton Gin, three ailes from Calhoun and Charleston, aa the Bast Tennesses and Georgia Rail Boad, and near W. t. McClatchey's flouring Mill, on Castanallee Creek, McMinn eouoty, where the proprietor has located him self for a term ef years, en one of the best aill-seate the country can afford, which will enable him te offer te the pnblio all kinds of MarbU Work much chsapar than ever before offered In eonsro,uence of baring a never-falling water power. The proprietor has had up wards ef twenty years practice la sons of lha best establlahmeats In ths Eastern eitles, and was foreman to Jemee Sloan, of Na.hville.durlng the erection of the marble work In the State Capitol. The public may feel assured be baa snared ne palnsin te.'lng and selecting good marbles, of endless varieties and colors, suitabla for every department of his tins of business, vli : -noma meat a, Tasab, Head aad Faat Steaee, Naalle Plecea aad Table Tape, of every description. All orders neatly eaeeated. All Engravings oa Grave Stone work, (under arty letter.) free from charge. The white marble ths proprietor nnUtelr dl.covered Is preelaely the same as In old Hawkins and Euoxooun lies, that has gained such high reputation among the eetentISc and profeasioral men throughout the Union, both for durability and susceptibility of high poliehee. for references ef workmanship the two blocks of white and variegated marble sent from eld Hawkins to represent ths Stats of Tennesses at the National Wash ington Monuments the Premium Mantle Pi roe and Taney Table Tops, at Atlanta, (la., Show Fair; the Pre mium Mantle Piece, by James Sloan, of Nashville all ef which was worked and superintended by the proprie tor. Therefore, the public Is earneetly solicited ta give him a trial, and examine the white marble, aa It la mostly preferred, before purchasing slsewhsre, as they will Bnd a saving of twenty per oent. Drswings and designs ssntto any part en receipt ef letter. Address JOHN EDMONDS, AugS-ly-411 Calhoun er Blcevllle,Tena. McEwen & Gillespie HATE received aad opened their Pal and Winter Oood., and respectfully Invite attention to them. October a, '64 WHEAT AND HACON. We dsslrs te purchase Wbemt and Bacon, for which we will pay the highest market value In cash. JOHNSON, HORN! A CO., Aug t-tf cor. Bread and Market sts Wa.hvills. CnNrECTIONRHiri. Candlea, Raisins, Prunea, Pigs, Almond., Filberts, Engll.h Wslnuts, Ac, by may ) W. 0. HAINES, Cleveland. CIO . R . A superior artists ef Cigars) Also, No. 1 Chewing Tobacco always en band and for sale by may ! W. 0. HAINES, Cleveland. TI'BT nPflRIVP. Husband's Magnesia: Pavis Pala Killer: and several other articles ef Dregs. On band, a very goad supply ef all the Medlrlnee snally kept la Drug Stores, constating In part ef Oils, Paints aad Dys-stonj. Wine., Brandlss. Gin and Pure Spirit. Alee, M per cent Alcohol. WM. BUBNI. may M JI'BT H evolved, and for sale, a lot of Conper'e Rolled Iran; aise,a Bret rate article of Ne. 1 Ohew IngTobaoca.hy A. P. BRADFORD, Feb. Hleeville, Tenn, nRIRIk FRUIT. I wtsh te boy a large lot ef flHawl tPanla t 411 ... St.. ft. !!..- -1. -A --I " east, s will pb 7 Mlj hikisvjpr, aairaja pilfjej nJtH ried Pld -nd nnpetler1, and EtDV'Wads ClatalaaT, A large st.ek vi fwq ,nn onup, ror sais at ins oneap ainre, J April 11 W. O. HORTON m 00. by R ARB! Rare I We wilt pay Goede for all the Mnsn er Cotton Bscs ered. Nev I . W. . n ORTON t C. , SHAW rtlTTRR.-lanlcla eelrbrated Straw flutters, which ws reeommeod te tbe fkrmora as IA Cutting Box: sIm. the Dnnbla aad Sinrlo Oor Ikeller Ara.by'a Fatsnt received and for sale by Aug J, M. HWPIHSON. a. a. anaiua w. i H. B. BIO RRIt 0., acmnsi-. to Morrti at MaUkmU) WIIOLEI1LE (1ROCEBI CommlMBioH Merchants, nee. aa is Market street, Oct 17-ly-ttl Tkaak villa, Teaa. Robertson, Hudson & Pnlllam, ntroBTaas aa jonaa op . Ne. tt Murray and 8t Warrea streets, . . Conur of ChurcA trttt, Aagt-ly-ti4 feew Yark. BAKER, H RlGOT & CO., wnolesjale Orrooerej. . . AMuta, Geararla, HATB a heavy stock of Isadtog Orocerica far Oeer (ia, Alabanw aad Teancssce trade; solicit eaa- mmmit,rumr, ions, xueea, uzra, e. ' wej. a. avaaa no. a. wauar. aug i ty-sie HARDEMAN & GRIFFIN, . warn sail a a asran. asuLaaa ia . Groceries, Provisions, otarjio Dx-y Ooods. tlour, Baean, IAqwrt, Wtnu, TWocoo, Cigan, ate, - wrDHH wncrry aaa niru srrcets, AugM-tMls MACON, GEORGIA. WILCOX, HAND & ANSLEY, 1 - (LaU Battr, Wiloom 0 Wlioleaale Ojr 'oera, 80S Broad street, Aaasla,Ga, HATING made Urge addltione to our Store, wa keep constantly on hand a largs stock ef Suar, Of- matattf, emt, iron, aaui, looaceo, ivori, Too, Sagging, Bop4, and every ether article usually kept by tne H-aao; inciuaing a large auca or l.ufuori. All con. stgnmcnta of Product will have ear prompt attention. i. . aasio, asw loax. . t. a. wiloox, i n.B.asuv;"SB t ' OsfhsfhBsgs Rio and Unlra Coffee: M.AmwW 76 bags Old Government Java Coffee; iw aim., rww nico ana new vneens sugar, SOObbls.A.BandC.CIarued do: 100 " Cruahed do; (6 packages Loaf . -.- do; loo bbls. choice Syrup;. ... l,6oo kegs Nsils, assorted sises; Soo boxes Adamantine and Sparta Candles ; Boo boxes Soap and Starch; loa kegs Soda ; Sao boxes Tobacco, all gradee ; 100,000 Cigars ; oov con. ntn uoru mo now t-mes ; For sale low by WILCOX, HAND A ANBLET, Aug 9-ly-14 Augusta. Ga. HYATT, McBURNEY & CO., waacr iBroareaa axb wbolbuu naiuaa n Foreign &DomesticDry Goods, no. bi ttayne street, CIsarleatOB, S. C. . btatt, wm. BASsetnxa,.. wa. M'acaaav, . . .a. I- aiLLaana,. . . Juns-ly-eO .aoaeeTtne wrtv, .caia. room. sT. X. 0XX33VZXlXU',Z'SO3Vf wrrH oao. acaama.-n.eao. m. aoaaan. . ..aswav 0. joevsToa. Schaffer, Roberts & Johnston; mrorw mwu juwbmmb ov .. EC. oaler y. , Staple & Fancy Dress Trimmings, Jnetlry, JbrnHn?. Classes, Combt, Brtufui, Perfcmcry, French end German Fancy Goods, Ac, Ac. No, 1ST Mibist (Taaar, (between 4th aad 5th,) aay t0-ly-t01 Philadelphia, ra. H A R D W A R E. C4)UItT4 i; V, TKNI EiT& CO Diaxcr iHroanaa or Hardware, Cutler-, Gam, Flstols, dtc No. IS Hatnb STairr, CHARLESTON, S. C. WILLIAM C COVaTNBT. OILBKtT B TBNNANT. JAMES B. IVAN. Jaae 17. '88 tf ul R. M. McPIIERSON, htccnKr to C. Wallaet d MePhmon,) Main Street, Kaazville, Teaa., iost roa vhb sals or Macea Steam mills, Hasvjrell, Cart- rich aad Sylraa jnilia Shlrtlaar, Oeorgia Osnabergs and Tarns; Tobacco, Qoeensware, 0UHCH, AUIW, SC., S.. Ttrme .i Four months. July tO-ly-SM 6ILLILANDS,H0WEL&C0.. 9IBXCT IMPORTER A DIALIU IM Foreign and Domestic Drj Goods No. tt Hay ne street, CBAULBSTOJS; . C. V. D. Bolting Clothe al war oa hand. WM. H. OIM.ILANP, . BIDNIT . BOWILL. D. OILLILAND. . JAMES OILLILANO JAMIH. Nionolj. Oct. 11.1851 tf 163 T. DOONAN, Warehanae and General Cemialeaian Atlanta, Ga. HATING rented ths spacious A re-proof Warehooee recently erected en Whitehall street, will attend te the storage aad aale of Cotton, Corn, Bacon, Lard, and all ether Produce with which he may be favored. Having had long experience In the general trade of Georgia, he tatters himself that he can (ire aatisfae tloa in the sals ef all Produce, and, also, in the pur chase of all articles which the country aay require. June e-iy-uj Tennessee and Georgia Ootti ni 1 sasaloxx Bouao. AmERIClIS, GA. JOnNJ. HUMPHREYS tt CO., RERPECTFtrf.LT announce te the Planters of South western Georgia that they have commenced a flmtrml CmwmHiam Bi1miB, la the store-hmiss near Messrs. Fnrlow, Prlss ft Farlow's Commission warehouse. They will keep a large stock of Family Groceries of every variety, which they will sell cheap. rarmers loot to your interest ana call aad see. Dec l-ly-T8 J Aa ANSLU V, GE5ERAT. nsaaaieelem and Prarlace Itlerchant, Offlc on Broad street, opposite Union Bank, -' Augusltat, Os-d.. WILL glvs prompt and personal attention to the aale of Bacon, Lard, Grata, Flour. Cotton, and all articles of Merchandise consigned te him. Also, to ths forwarding of Goods for the Interior and North era markets at the customary rates. Liberal advances, ei ther In cash or by scerpt ances, made on articles ia store or when bills of lading accompany drafts. Renames: Maker, Wilcox ft Co.; M. ft B. Wilkinson; J. 0. Fargo, "Cashier," Augusta, Ga. Hand, Wlllisms ft Wilcox; Time. Trout ft Co., Charleston, ft 0. Wm. Dun can; Paddelford, Fay ft Co.; P. T. Willis, Savannah, Oa. Sturges, Bennett ft Co., New York. J. 0. Wilson ft Co.; D. Stuart ft Bon, Baltimore. Wood ft Low, New Orleans. 0. B. Welnorn, Palton, Ga. Grcnville ft Sample, Chat tanooga, Tenn. Bearden, Son ft Co., Knoxvllle. Tenn. S. K. Reeder, Athene, Tenn. W. Sliapard ft Co.; Berry ft DcmevlUe, Nashville, Tenn. Nov. M, '64 tf 81, JOHNSON, HORNB & CO., Cornsr of Broad and Market streets, Nashville, Tenn., 'WSTILI. give prompt attention to receiving, storing, W W purchasing, selling or shipping Cotton, Tobac co, Wheat, Corn, Flour and Bacon, and will also devote especial attention to receiving, storing and forwarding mercnannieeor every Description Our facilities In point ef room aad convenience are equal to any In the city. AugS-ly-dll Commission Business. S. K. REEDER RFJrpECTTVI.LT Informs the eltlsens ef McMinn eonnty, and the public generally, that he will attend to the Selling, Purchasing, and Forwarding of all kinds ef Produce. Also, to ordering Goods, Groceries, or any kind of Machinery that may be called for. He ea fur nish Machinery, such aa Threshers, Reapers, Mowers, Stslk and Straw Colters, of any kind wished, at manu facturers' prices, freight added. A good lot of Threshsrs on the way and te arrive In a few days. Also, one Circular Baw Mill and one Clover Heller on hand aad for sale by 8. K. REEDER. Athena, Tenn., nay 11-tf-SM M. R. MAY, M. D., SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, ATHENS. TENN., RESrECTFULLT tender hi profeeeional services to th public. Jan. M. 1 PAINTS aad Dye-"taf ga. French Zlns While In Oil; Chroma Green, Red, and Yellow, In Oil and dry; While Lead, dry; Venetian Red; Indigo, Msdder, Spanish Brown, Ac, for sale by Oct GEO. W.ROSS. Ooolc atovea THfl anderstgned haa for aale a variety of Cook Btovea latest and moat approved patterns. Ths castings are beautiful. The Uooir Stat Slot and KmtucJt are east at Cincinnati, Ohio, and the Soul, trntr Is cast at ths Knoxvllle Foundry. He expects te hsvs. In a abort time, some beautiful (re Stoves for kesatlngrooms, All who wish to purehass a cheap and good article In the Stove line, will do wall to call and examine for themselves before purcbsslag elsewhere. Athens, Sept M-tMa J. W. BLACK WELL. A1,TSaxltl tSOssok.fUlt Just received snd S for sals law for cash. SEHORN ft HORNSBY. afBaThsTkafB BUSniXS Wh-e -anted, for which .UU I I will nav ths highest market price. Jaal ..a Dv.-nru.nv DR. J. L. ATLEE, XSi. T'ealoldt.xi. ctto Buxceoix. Athens. Tens. WfTJ-1, a1" his entire sucatioa to the practice of w w MecUcina. Offlce South of the Bridke. (aug DR JAMES B TAYLOR, A THE If 8, TENNESSEE, WILL hereafter giv hi who) attention to th Practice of Medicine, fun , 18fit tf W. H. & R. COLLINS, Associate Traveling Dentists Address. ' Bvlnkwr Soring. JnlylBHf Rhea ceantr, Tenn. FRANK. S. HALE, tVttorney t Xit xr, Atheaa, Teaa. Offlce ap stairs tn ths Coart-house. sept l-ly-41t W. F. KEITH, A. ttom.esT' At Xj t IBecT-tTS Athens, Tenn. JRNACIN & CALDWELL, Attorney! dt Xj mi-Wr Atheas, Tenn. snLvos r. Jianaia. April 0-tf-StS -A. CALBWBU. GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. PRACTICES in the different countieeeom peeing th Third Judieial Circuit will attend to in collecting and eeourinp of claim and will give hi undivided attention to all business entrusted to hi ear. March i. 1840 tf SS BELL HOUSE, Coaxsa or Mint ab Statb stbxbts, xkoxyiilk, rsyy. WII.LIAlVf MeTEEB, Proprietor. . Four none Mail Coachea laava daily at 1)4 o'clock A. M., for Montvale Springs. Jons lS-tf-eOS U1MIOKT EC O TJS 3E1. (formork Bail Boad llout,) , Atheaa, Tenn., 33V X. XXI. 'TJCTjfrotaBell.' rgjlHE proprietor reipectfully announces to the public bl mat ns naa recently renttea ana rerurnishea the above House, and that he will use his utmost endeavor to make It the traveler's home. His tabls win bs sup plied with the best the country affords. He hopes by unremitting attention to comfort of his guests to merit and receive a liberal .hare of patronage. Jan26-tf-S88 3L.33XTT-5r' S HOTBZj, LOI!DO!, TENN. THIS well known House has been newly fitted np with bedding, furniture, Ac. The undersigned haa taken charge of it, and in announcing himself for the public patronage asks '-ths tree to be tested by Its fruit," and pledges high, elf, by aa assiduous attention and a due regard for the comfort and tastes ef his guests, they shall be eared for and tarnished with the best ths coun try affords. Ha has also connected with the bouse the large stable, aheda and lot, ef Messrs. Taylor, Bridge, ft Co., and will he prepared in that line. .... iaa ti-aw-SBi wa. a. aiiUAiuiLa, proprietor. CRUTCBFIELD ' HOUSS. 'IMMBDIATSLT Al TUB DBPOT, ejkattanaaaja, Tenn. T.CKUTC'HFIEI.n, Aug. lT-tf-SsO PaoraiiTOB. model Clothing Store. Cleveland, Tenn. I HATE jnst received one of the largest and finest stocks of READY-MADE CLOTUMG that has ever been opened In this market, which waa selected with the grestest care by one who Is well posted up la Fashions, and in the value of 0 lothing, and all of which was mails to order and to ill. The stock Is reneral. and consists In part of Coats, all styles; Pants, to suit ths moss rastidlous; Vests, plain and fancy; Shirts; Drawers: Cravate, a great variety: Collars of the latest cut; Uoslsry of all descriptions; fine Calf Skin Stitched Boots and Shoes; the latest style Gaiters; Children's Shoes, Ae. Also, a fine assortment of Hats, of the most approved styles. Together with numberless other articles, of which I shall not attempt to speak here, but will take tbe greatest pleasure in showing to all who may favor me with a call. All of which are offered for sale cheap for cash no humbug about it maya-iy-ovo nr. v. iiauies. .eVtla.exa.aa youxacisry. HAVING engaged ths services of Mr. P. M. Kiloobb, who ia authorised to receive erdere and transact all business appertaining to the Foundry, any person wanting Information In regard to Machinery, Ac, will be attended ta by calling al the Foundry. Athens, July 11, lW-tMUT C. ZIMMEKMAir. PIANO . SOUTHS. THE subscriber i now receiviuK a new stock of ELEGANT FUN OS from th oldvat and meet responsible manufaetorie of tn norm, among; whith era i octav nam Center fianoe; 1 M Carved. M 1 - Half-carved" " 6 " Plain, 8 round corner ; 6f " Plain, " 1 Grand Piano, very heavy tonod. Also, the Budoir Piano. Also, ths celebrated Corrugated Sounding Board, of Board man, Gray V Co., which are boeoroinp o vastly popular in Europe aa wall as America. All Piano warranted to giv atisfection, or no aale Aleo, just received, a large eelection of Piano Untie Soiiee, Polkae, Waltiea, Varia tion, Ac, etc.; Guitar and Strings; superior Mttlodians; Harmoniums; Piano Stool and Cover. Pianos tuned and repaired. Th suWriber refer to tb following gen tlemen who have purehaeed of him, and who can testify a to th excellence of thee in strument : Col. W. 3. Callaway, Riceville, Tenn. Hon. J. C. Gant, Cleveland, " Hon. H. Ferguson, 8eltna, Ala. Dr. Harrison, Loudon, Tenn. Maj. L. R. Hunt, Mouse Crack, " Dr. W. R. Hurley, London, " Col. R. B. Brahson, Chattanooga, J. Burt, Esq., Knoxville, " Wm. Bpale, Esq., Murphy, N. C. Dr. R. H. Hodsden. Scvierville, Tenn. 8. F. Rowen, Esq , Monroe county, T.J Campbell, Eaq.. Cleveland, " W. C. MoLin, Esq., Loudon, " Col. P. J. Weaver, Selma, Ala. Hon. H. W. Maaaengale, Chattanooga, Tenn. Col. D. A. Tibb. Concord, " Benjamin Chandler, Esq., Chattanooga, " Maj. J. Mee, Bradley county, " R. R. Cleaveland, Esq., Philadelphia, " J. L. Hopkins, Eaq , Chattanooga, " Maj. i. Johnson, Sweetwater, " Augustus Cooke, Esq., Chattanooga, Rev. Mr. Bradshaw, " " T. K Wnrnaeutt. Esq., M " R. X. MoEwen, Esq., Athens, " These instrument are for sal at Athens and Chatlanoofra. ; IL G. COOKE. Deo 6, 1856-tM28 Circuit Cwwrt IVfc if in at county, Tens,. Original Bill for Vivore. Richard Brown, . Lavenia Brown. CAME th complainant, by hi tolieitor, and filed hi original bill for divorce in the above cause, and it appearing; to tb cat iafactton of the Clerk, from th statement in aid bill, which it eworn to, that th laid La venia Brown, th defendant, is a non resident of th Stat of Tenneasee, ao that th ordina ry proceea of law eannot reach her, it i there fore ordered that publication be mad in th Athena Poet, a newspaper publiahed in th town of Athene, McMinn oonnty, Tenneseee, notifying the (aid defendant to be and appear befor th Circuit Court of McMinn county, at th Conrt house in Athens, oa th second Monday of April next, and plead, answer or demur to said bill, or th cam will b taken for eniifeaaed and set for bearing ex part. . v J0UNF.SL0VER.C7rr. Jan , 1 857-4 t-pre fee t-43S t ft flsflsfh CTGAIt). ''Bellas, Cgues, A nPf W Regalias, Princlpes, Operas, Co Cjuetars. LaCulce Pina, Ac.Ju.t recelred by may 1 A. CI.EAGE ft CO. Notice to Shippers of Freight TsAxsroaTAnoa DarAarautxTK.Txaii.ft Ga. R. Co. I Athens, Sept. to, 18C4. f THIS Company will deliver any Freights received la ta their Bepots, ia a reasonable llaae, as the terminus ef their Road at Daltea to the owner, or their agenta (not ours.) they paying cbargea as per laruT and receiving the freights on day of arrival at Dslton. Thia Company does not propose either to More freights ee deliver ta tbe Western ft Atlantis Rail Road, aoleea the owuere have made arrangemente with said Read te re ceive the same. Cars cannot be detained beyead a few hours for transhipment or storage. Ia seeking shipaaents aa above every facility la the power of the officers of the Company will be extended tn shippers. Beyond the end of their rails they have ae control and asaume no respoasibility. tsb 1-tf R. O. JACKSON, Bup't Transportation. Standard Medical Works for Sale. THE subscriber has eeme SO volumes Medical Books standard wwrks which he wishes ts dispose of. He will aell them at low rates. Athene, Hevxa-tf SAM DEL H. JORDAN. Far Skins Wanted. IW ART to buy a large lot ef Fur Skins, such as Mink, Coos, Pox, Opossum, Muskrat, and Houss Cat. and will give the highest market price. November U CEORQE W. RO&g. Zion mil English School, f"r IWaleo as 4 Frmaln, metliry COUJfTY, TSXXSSSSX. THE Beit Term of thie Institution will commence on Mondsy, January 5th, ISM, at which tims students will Bnd It to their advantage to be present. The location ta six miles Bonth-esst of Athens. In a beauti ful and healthful neighborhood, where there are no temptations to Intemperance or vices of any kind. ,u. uiwiiiiiu. a, nc acnooi ia mua out nrm. rerttcu. ler prominence wUl be given to spelling, reading writing. Ac. Trm,por BtuUmof fit lfmO,payaN aidoHttf 1st Class Orthography. Reading and Writing 5 M , . " Arithmetic, Geography and Eng. Grammar T 3d natural Sciences and Mathematics 10 no student admitted for a less term than half session, nu no nrnucuon ror lost tlms except in csae or Provi dential hindrance. Boarding can be had la private wine nr me otwooi, on rcasonaoie terms. Dec 5-,m-4M J. C. BARB, Prpl New Fall and Winter Goods! O. TB. O-XX30eOIr HAS juat received bis FaU and Winter supply of Goods, embracing a general assortment of such oupie ana rsncy ury uoods ae are usually offered in this market. Aleo, a general assortment of Groce ries, Hardware, Queensware, Glasswars, Ac, all of wniCB he Offers low down for eaah or merrh.nl.hu Country Produce. Give him a a call aad you shan't ga away dis.sti.Sed. Nov 11-425 Cedar C.rove ITigh School, EIGHTH SESSION. Cbmmcvieinff October SOU, ISM. THE Truatses have completed their arrangemente with Mr. H. B. Hxrwoon to take charge of this School for the two sessions next ensuing. Ths School is located In a pleasant snd healthful neighborhood, four mues oouin-eastor unarieston, Bradley CO., Tenn. Bate qf Tuition, pr Sftion : 1st Class Orthography, Reading, Penmanship, Pri mary Geography, and Mental Arithmetic SI Id Class Arithmetic, Ancient and Modern Geogra phy, English Grammar and Modern History....... I aa ussa Aigeera. Geometry, Surveying, Analyti cal Geometry, Astronomy, Higher Mathematics, Physiology, Latin, Greek and French Languages,. .11 Contingent fee 0 eta. Re student will be received for a less term than one- nan session, and no deduction made for lost tims ex cept In eases of protracted alcknese. Board ta 10 ets, per day. joax Ilex, I A. J. Oatx, V Trustees. Job Hambbiobt, ) NovtS-tf-41T Premium Cooking-Stores. I HATB received on consignment, a lot of the cele brated ".Premium OooHng-Stow," manufactured by Moffett ft Shields, Rnoxville, Tenn. These Stoves are unsurpas.ed by any Cooking-Stove In the Union for baking, broiling, frying and balling. They hare been fully tried. With the Store von eel the following nirniin.. . Two cast iron kettles with covers; one large oblong boiler; one tea kettle; oneeoffee boiler; two dripping pans; two podding pans; two pis pans; eae hook; one lifter; two spiders; one gridiron, two fryes; one Iron heater; one tin dipper; one steamer; one pslr waffle Irons; one scraper; twoJointsstoveplpe;oneelbowplDe. Box, Parlor, or any description of Stove, for stores, churches, school-bouses, Ac., from 6tn1g. ng J . I. H KNDERSOW. ATHENS FOUNDRY AKD 3kSdB.oXxlxi.e9 V ox-less. THE eubacriber would respectfully an nounee to the citizens of Athens and th public generally, that he i uow in operation and prepared to do O jA. m V X 3NT Or of every description ia hi tin, and would therefore solicit order from all tho who way . .1! l .t . warn anyinwg or to aino. He 1 now eaatlne and ha for aala dif ferent eizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various size of Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber, Office and Shop Stove. Also, Hollow Ware; Wafll Iron: Plough, right and left hand. Also, th Kilgoro Spiral or Incline Water- Wheel, which will saw from two to fiv thou sand feet per day. t II kinds of MAOHINBHT fitted up in the beet and moet durable manner, and upon short notice. Also, Iron Railing of every description. He ia also prepared to do all kind of Bras easting. Th highest Cash price will be paid for OLD COPPER. C. ZIMMERMAN. P. S. Ther ie connected with th Work an excellent Pattern Maker, ao that person wishing castiuga ean hav pattern mad t order. C. Z. Athen,Tnn.. July 18.1856 tf 408 Dry Goods. mm endsrslrned are now receiving, and will have M. ready for exhlbltioa by the Mlh Inst., ths largest ana oee, aoeonea tuyejt of .American, Ensrllah, French, Germain atnd Swiss Fancy Clwesla, they have ever had the pleasure to show ts ths retail merchant. They have spared ne pains nor expense In getting up a stock from which sll classes of customers ean select their assortmsnts. They havs mads larger Investments this season In FINK GOODS than they nave ever done be tore, and respectfully solicit aa ex amination of their stock from the retailer, when visit ing the city believing thst with the oery large aeeort meniand low pries, they will be able to olferlnduee- mrnuioeii. nunuiR.tu, Nashville, Aug 91, 18M Wo. it Public Square REMOVAL. Saddle, Bridle and Harness Wtt Sid oMe PubUe Bquar. ; THE subscriber would return his sincere thanks te the public generally for the very liberal patron age he haa received, and hopes by strict attention to buatneaa to merit a eontlnnance of the same. He has Just returned from Phllsrielphla with a good stock of material., which enabblee him to manufacture any article In his line with promptness and rle, patch. Hng-.klns for sea tine. F.nsmelled Leather of sll colors. Pad 8kins, Bridle Blta, Stirrup Irons, and various other articles, for ssls low down for cash. He keeps constantly on hsnd a good assortment of oaaaies, una lea, wnips, ac. rieasc call before purchas ing elsewhere, on the Square, between Gibson's and ooyil'B Btores. EDWIN A. ATLEE Athens, April U,lS&o-tf-SM pl.OCK, Watches Bind Jewelry A nn, i". oi m; aiao, a variety or notion. juat re ceived and will be sold cheap by 0. W. ROSS. New Goods ! Cheap Goods ! Tjow Do-vvrxt, Tor CJm.m'ix I THE subscriber i in receipt of a full sap ply of F.1CE. JUVtl WtJYTKH OOOIfS, to which he invite th attention of all who may wish to purchase. After th 1st day of January, 18ns, ne intends to sen lor uash only, and will giv better bargain than have vr been offered in this ooun try. A word to th wis is sufficient A. IL CROW. Athene, Nov. 16, 1865-tf-87S AVJ ALT I SALT t 00n lis Ashland, extra Sna, for s9 table uss : MOO ts Turk's Island, for pickling, sept 18 0B0. W. ItOo. HATtDWARE ansl mechanics Taala. Just received a Sna slock, something entirely new. Thoee who wish ts msks Isbnr easy will 4o well s call and examine my slock. sepM O. W. ROSB. 100 Negroes Wanted. . . WE wish to hire 100 NEGROES to work on the Cleveland and Chattanooga Rail Rt-ad, for which w will pay f 180 per year, clothe Snd lose all lost time, ticept runaway time; or w will pay t iO per month fof If 8 working day,) the owner loosing all lost time and clothing their hand. JOHN D. GRAY aV CO. Jan. a, 1 867-4 t-m X'UUZV XXV.X2XIS. TnC nnderalgned respectfully Informs the public that he has a Ml of Apple Scions for .ale price II X cents each, either at the Nttraery or delivered at Moose Greek Depot. He has all kinds of Bummer, Pall and Winter Pruit. lie Uvea In McMinn county, Tenneasee, on the line of the Kaat Tennessee ft Georgia Rail Road, near Mouse Creek Depot. Address Jan -8t) 0. SHELL, raclilty, McMinn oo., Tenn. Goods-Goods ! New Goods W 3VI. XX. Tt a t.t. uivar WOULD respectfully announce to hi euetomere and alaoto th trading pub lic generally, that h I now ia receipt of hi Spring and Slimmer Supplies to which B invitee their attention. Tbi took i large, embracing a reneral aaaort ment of Ladiee Dress Oowis, Bonnets, Bonnet irimminga, uiovea, ac; louCS lorUentleoien War, all aeaaonabl atylee. Hata, Boot and snoee; aa exieneivc aeaortmcnt of Uueierr etc., at. 3 Also, iiroeeriea, Hardware. Qneenawara, Cutlery, and in abort, a I moat very thing that th want of th public may require, or fancy crate, ,uu u wuicu no propoees eeMing on th most reaaonable terms. He reepectful- iy solicits an ezauiiDBLion 01 nia aaaortment, Atnena, April xa, ibso-sss i New Fall and Winter Goods. I HAVE Just received ay stack or Fall and Winter Goods, and would respectfully rcouest Bar old friend. and customers to call and sxamiae, aa I have a larger stock than usual and will auks It te their interest te do so. aepi xe GEO. W. BOSS. "And he played on a Harp of a 'X'ja.OaXaadXB.a. Txri.zi.gEsB." 7Ear happy to announce to "all th T v world and the rest of mankind," that we ar now in receipt of on of th larreat. rt; i ,. . B meet lasnionauie, ana aureole (lock of - Spring and Sommei Go is vr offered for eale in tbi market. Onr lock eonsiet in part of Bleached and Browa Mitslina, Tickinga, Drill and Check. Print of vry atvle and price, Gingham, Lawns, Brown and Bleached Linen,Caasimer,Twaeda, Italian Cloth. Chamhray, Cottonade, Can ton Plaid and Stripes, Me'raailles Quilts, Rob uriuiania, sionair ao uege, Urgandiee.Challi, uareg ana 1 issues, lion net and Taffeta Rih bona, Moa Trimmings, Collar and Under sleeve. Mirror, Hatcbel and Carpet Baga, Silk and Leather Belts, Honpa and I'erfumerv. Glovee and Hosiery, Shirt Collar, Hair Stocks and Uravate, forte Monnaies, Violins, Comb, Bracelet. Breast pin and Finger-rings, Ear rings, aook ana stationery, Hardware and Cutlery, Boot and Sl.oes, Drug. Medicine, and Dve atuffs. Straw. T.etrhnm P.n.m. .nj Fur Hat, Glas and Queensware, Masonic Apron and bashes, etc., da. ' We cannot enumerate th "one thousand and one article on hand, bnt ask th pub' lio to eivc ii a call, and ther will be con. vinced that they can save money by bnying our uuuus. H . ix. tlUllU'fl At VU. April II, 1856 78 HBWAHD t RAN A WAY from the subscribers, on the 7th day of Atignat last, a NEGRO BOY by th nam of Char!, adout S3 year old, 6 feet 1 inches high, weighs abont 180 Jba, dark complexion, full round face, has a small cr on hi right arm near th Ibow, and wa purchased from a maa by th nam of Dupree, who reside seven mile from Keyes ville, Virginia Alio, on th lit dy of Sep. tember last, BOY Alfred. SI or S3 year old, S feet 6 inches high, weiehs about lSOnounda eopper complexion, thick lip, and mouth projects ana is tn property or Owen J. Willi, of Monro county. Geonria ha. li..t in East Tenneasee, where he probably ha re lation. W will par $50 for the annrehanalnn il deliverv of the bov Charlea at nn, a.mn the Tunn! of th Cleveland and Chattanoo ga Rail Road, or 125 if lodged in any jail ao we get him, and f '2S for th b.y Alfred, or $10 if lodged in jail. JU11K JJ. GRAY ck CO. Oct 10, lftnn-tf-424 eTtiaat X.oaXxr AND for sale, at th old (land in Calhoun, Tenneasee, S3 Bble New Orl can Rcboilcd Mol. 10 t Bids. do. do. do. SO Bags fine Rio Coffee; BOO Gala. Cuba Molasses; S500 Lb. Brown Sugar; 6000 Castings; 10000 " Rolled Iran all of which will ha sold low by wholesale or retail. Our Dry Goodsstock ia full and fin, and as low down in price ae the lowest. July S B. r. MARTIN dt SON French Burr Millstones. WARRANTED of superior quality and workmanship, eon.tantlv an nana n. marf. tn ). ti Blocks of our own importation. Ws also keep for ssls a superior assortment of Cnloime and Kmxmn mML. tone; Burr Block; Bolting OnMa,- Calcined Pla. mr, cro, viuni promptly iirrniffl. MORRIS ft TRIMBLE, Successors to r.-enton, Morris ft Co., West Palls Avenne. near Pratt at. RrlH.. n.nim-ra . Orders for Millstones from the abava n.kma cstsDiisnmeni received ny tnetr stents. b-.auu HUUTT,Commis.ioe Merchants, relB.lo-Iy-M Atlanta, Oa. New Goods for the Million! A. VJ-3EJA.OtJc efts OO. WOULD respectfully call the attention of tbe people to the splendid assortment of plo: and Somroer Goods. just received, at their new Brick Corner with Iron Front, which were purchased on the bt lerme, ana are now ottered at a low rate a anch Good can be purchased any wjier in th Stat For th LADIES, they hav the latest styles of Dress Goods, Trim mines, Mntlina, Print, Linens, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and Glove. Also, (Ae Bonnet and Trimming. A large stock of GENTLEMEN 8 WEAR, such a Cloth, Cassimers, Satinets, Vestinea, Tweeda, Drilling, 4., etc READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hate, Boot and Shoe. Drug and Medicine. Paint and Dye-stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery and Queensware, Groce- ne. Iron, Steel, Nail and Casting, beside vary other article usually kept in retail Stores. G.ve them a call. They consider it no trouble to show Goods. They ar deter- nnnra noi to tie undersold. ty All kind of Country Produce taken in exchange for Good. May 3-897 More New Goods! X9. XX. KEITH db Oo., m ni now receiving their usual wall XX leoted and large stock of Spring: and Summer Goods! Their stook consists in part of Dress Goods Sill:, Baregee, Tissues, Lawn, Organdie. Gingham and Print of th latest and moet tasteful styles: Bonnet and Bonnet Ribbons; t.ouar ana undermeevee; Laces, and Edit ings: Glove and Hosiery in great variety. Also, Clothe, Cassimers, Tweeds. Italian Cloth, Drp d'Ete, Linen Drillings, Cotton- anes, ana a great many oilier styles of season able Goods for Gentlemen' Wear. Ready-Made Clothing of all ort, sizes, color and price. A superior assortment of Boot and Shoes; the latest (tt let of Hata, dVc. Hardware,Qiieeneware, Glasaware, Cutlry, Groceries, Ac. eta. To which they respectfully Invit the at tention of their old customer and a many new one a ean make it convenient to eel I. feeling assured tb Good and prioe will P' April 11, 1856 Paints and Djf-Sfnfft. OA A LBS. Snow Whit Zinc; , 0JJ oO lb. Dry Whit Lead: 60 Dry Red Lead; V...,!.. r. ' 100 " 100 " N " SS " 85 ' 100 150 M 200 " .00 100 vuenan nea; Hpaniah Brown; Prussian Blue; Chrom Green; Chrom Yllow;' Beet Spanish Float Indigo; Madder; 6 ' Copperae; Blue Vitriol; Extract Loarwnrd:Reeeivd W. O. HORTON A CO. and for sal by .TVi"T KPVEI-.Pin nraBdyi afadsrla. f Sherry, P Malaxa and Olaret Winee. and eoma See Jamaica Run all strictly for aaodleal w,mv.. PT WM. BURNS. Pl.OWa, ft small lot ef Turalna Plows received aad for sale. ant. 1 J. M. HRNdrrboN. COWFF.CTlOWAIt IK" ef all klndsjnidinf Sardines. Pickels. Cheese. Jaiaba Uroaa flanii.i. Oum Drops, Psncy Candles, Pmnss, Pl., Almonds' Pllberts, Bngdsb Wslauts, Palm Ruts, Coeos Kuls, Ac. a, tii.rana CO. Dr. McLANE'S . CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE IilVEIt'piLLS. tw Ik Bwst Prepeu-atteuaaertlae Af. They are not recom mended as Universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name ports. The Vermifuge, pur for expelling Worms from the human system, has also been administered with the most satisfactory results to various animals subject to Worms. The Liver Pills, for the cure of Liver Com plaint, . all Bilious De rangements, biCK Head ache, &c. Purchasers will please be . particular to ask for Dr. C. McLane's Cele brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills, prepared by SOLE PROPRIETORS, JTlttS- burgh, Pa., and take no other, as there are various other preparations now before the public, pur porting to be Vermifuge and Liver Pills. All others, in comparison with Dr. McLane's, are worthless. The genuine McLane's Vermifuge and Liver Pills can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores. FLEMING BRO'S, 60 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sole Proprietors. 8COVIL MEAD. No. Ill Clisrtrss street, New Orlean. General W bnleral Agent for th Southern State ta wlioni all order tntiit b addressed. Bold by P. U. Keith A Co., A then, Teas. Wm. Buan. " . J. H. Pattow, SweetwaUr, " Huxlxt A JoniooN, London, J. H. Maoill A Co., Mouse Creek, " AlxiandsbcV McKamt, Benton, " J. A. A C.W. CorriM, Madiaonvil), " J. M. A J. J. Knox. Charleston, " W. H. A I Al. Craiohili, Cleveland. Pec 6, 18So-ly-28 Carriage Repository, jtthema. Twanseeasee. ' sTOBlv" X. BXt-ZSeOrXSsB IS rveeivinw a Tariety of Carriage, eoa sisting; ol Slide-seated Buggies, Family Wairons, Rockawaya, top, and no top Btiggiea, CONCORD BUCGIESi. Hack Wgon. two hors Plantation Wagon all iron axles Harness and Whip Xvrthtrn mad, and warranted of good material, which h will U a low a ean b bought in aa Southern market. Any tyl of Carriage or Wgon got up to order at short notice II also ha isms Hone and Buggies to Lira out for tb accommodation of the public. JOHN L. BH1DGES. April , 1886 tf . Another Fmh Snpplj of Dregs, V17U1CH, added to toy old, makea my T V present stock large for this market consisting in part of th following: Oils, Linteeed, Tanners', Lard and Neatefoot; Po't Turpentine; Copal, Japan and Leather Var nish; Paint, Varnish and Sash Brushes; Blend ci and Graining Brushes; White Lead, dry and in Oil; Zinc in Oil; Pessones; Gumelaati Globe, with and without tub; Window Glasa, 12 by 18; Putty; Glaziers' Diamonds; Wine: Brandy, and Jamaica Spirits, for medieal uses and many other artiole. Will b sold for eaah only. Oct 28 WM. BURNS. A New Churn. THE nndcraigned i now prepared to fur. nish a new Churn, to order, which h warrant to churn butter in on fifth th time usually taken by the common Churn, if prop erly used. All ha. asks i a fair trial. Aay person fiirrlfehfng hrm -with milk that is sour and ready for churning, and he foil to churn il in fiv ni in nes, can hav a Churn free of nothing. Call over to th South aid of Allien and satisfy yourselves. JAMES BARER. Reference: L. Dodeon, Wm. G. UrtoB, Dr. Atlee, Dr. Deaderick, and other. . Athens, March 14, 18fi6-tf-890 O-arooorlesai, WI are prepared te furnish ptsntallen supplies sf every kind, and would Invite ths attention ef merchants and others to our stock, which will al all times bs complete, aad consist In part, at prescal, of the following articles I 60 hhds Sonar; 400 bars Coffee; 1800 bars Salt; BOO barrels Sslt ; SOO bona Star Candles; 10 barrels Whiskey; 100 pieces Barrlnr; (OO half pieces Bssrlnr; tOO " 48 Inch Barring; SOO colls Bpe; together with all ether articles usually kept In such sstablsk Bents. JOHNSON, HORN I A CO., Aug S-tf Cor. Bread aad Market sts., Naahvuie. Jf'JT RECEITElf Dr. Parker's Psln Pan aeeat Stark's Indian Fever and Ague Beasedy, aa asternal application Infalible; Maeaoee and Scotch naff: Hay's Liniment) Arabian Liniment; Steel and Oilt Pens: Patty end Window Glass aad far sale by march 1 . WM. BURNS. Notice. Omen KastTehn. A Oa. Baa Road Co. I . Athan. Jon 16, 1866. f NOTICE I hereby fiven that on and after th firat day of July neit, no eharg will be made, or compensation received for th transportation or specie or bank bill in . th hand of owner or 'heir accent in passing over thi road, nor will this company b a countable for any lot or damage tkat mar occur in the transportation f specie or hank bill, nor will thi aimpaay or their agent receive for transportation or otherwise take in charge any epeeie er bank hill either for transportation or intrust for safe keeping and delivery. R. O. JACKSON, Superintendent transport si ion. Jnly 4-ly