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SEIZOR h, nORNSBY8 All Right ob the Geese l". WHICH . b fully demonstrated by reference to th following very me.gre list of rloh, fa.hionabl. brilliant and cheap Goods, consisting of An Oold nd Wlrrf Watohea, Jewelry, Silver War, Pocket nd Tahl Cutlery, Guniiml Pi.tnl. Clock, Toy, Perfumery, Cigar and Tobacco, Heady Made Clothing, "ltoniiets. Hoots and Shoes, Ao Their Good, are all of the beat quality, and are offered cheaper than Onod of aitnilar grade ean b bought In Eaet Tenn., Hut to the list read, reflect, and buy i Fin Oold Hunting eaaa Lever Watches, plain and fall jeweled li and 18 aarat aaee. Fin Htintingeas Silver Lever Watch, plain and full jeweled. Fin Duplet Hunting case ChineesWetohes, full jeweled. Fin Detached Lever Hunting-ease and plain Hunting cue Lapln Watohes Silver, Oold and Oilt ease. Fin Oold Fob, Veat, Guard and Neck Chain. Fin Silver Vo Veat, Keck and Ouard Chain. Fin Oold and Silver Guard and Fob Key. Fin Gold Breast Pine for Ladies, of every variety and style; Ear Bobe fine gold, gold Iton sets; Ear Kings; Fine Gold Bracelet, Gent Pin a large lot plain and Maaonio 1'in. Ladies Cuff Pins, a large lot. Finger ltinga Gold, Cornelian, Glaa and Taney. Gold Locke! and Charm. Coral Necklace and Armlet; Jet Neck lace and Bracelet; White Satin Bead Neck lace; Bugle Head. Jet Iireaat Pine and Ear Bobs, SilvtT Ware Table. Tea. Deaert. Cream. Mustard and Halt Spoon; Butter and Pickle Knives; nd No up I. adieu. Table Cutlery. Knives, fin Ivory handled, and Plated Korhe; Nut trackers; Carving and butcher Knivea. Plated Wart. Kine Table and TeaSpoons Butter and Fruit Knivea and Fruit Haakets. Pint Pocket Cutler ( ntiaiating in part of fin Pen Knivea, Sporting Muvea, Uusor aud Scissors. Fine Uasur St rope. Port Monnntasaiid Card Cases a large and splendid assortment; silver, SIh-II and i'earl Port Monnaiee and Card Oases; Morocco, Vel vet and Hurkskiti Port Monnnies and I'urses. A large lot Cabas, Keticulea, Work Muxes, and Beaded Itnga. a Oomh: Shell Tuck and Side Combe; India Rubber Tuck, Puff, Side,' Neck and Lung Comha; Horn Turk, Puff and Side Combs; In dia llnbher Fine, Ueddini; and I'oeket Comba; Ivory Fine and H. S. Fine Comba; English Horn Fine, Hedding and Pocket Siamese Comba. India Ruhher, Steel and Fancy Hair Tine. Cigar Cases Morocco and Wire. Mueical btetrnment Klutiuaa, Accordeona, Trembler, Violins, Guitar, Flutee, Fifes, Clarionet, Ilaiiiioni.'Uins, Musical Boxes, and liarpa of every grnde. Ounn and Pitol. Colt's Repenting Hide Gun, six-shooter; Double and rung). Barrel Shot Guna, boya and meti'a. Colt'a Kepeiiting Pirtola, 4, 6, and 6 ineh barrel, improved patent; Ellis' Patent Repeating Pistols, self cocking. five ahooter; Alleu'e Self-cocking Ue Tolving Pistole, 4. 5, and a inch barrele: Al Ien's Self cocking Hifle Pistols, 2, 8, 4, and 6 inch barrela; Allen's Double Barrel Hide Pis tola; A large lot of cheiip Piatola, double and ingle barrels, 1,2.1 to $5 each. A Large Lot of Clock Spring and Weight, one month, eight dny and thirty hour. Fine Toilet and Looking Glaseee; Shaving Glaaaea and Case. t-having. Hair, Nail, Comb, Tooth, Flesh, Cloth and Marking ftrushes Fine Sets Waiters and Tea Boards; Fine China Flower Vases, new style; Motto Cups; Jewel Cupe; Puff Boxea; and" Toy Mill's. A Lanjt Lot of Toy, of every kind, for children. titntioncry, d)c Note Paper, white and dif ferent colors, with Envelopes to suit; Letter Paper, Inid, die. Steel Pens aud Pen Holders; Lend Pencils, blue and black Faber'a and other makes. Perfumery. A large lot Perfumery and Oils fur the Hair; Extracts for the llmidker chief, different kinds; Balm of 1000 Flowers; Lyon' Kathnrion, for restoring, preserving aud beautifying ila'ir; Extract for Cooking. A Splendid Aortment of Spectacle and Olatie a. Silver Temple Concave and Convex Hpeotncles; German silver Temple Plain and Colored Glasses, single and double eyes; Wire and Clnth Frame Goggles, Colored Glasses; BRAZILIAN PEBBLE GLASSES, in Silver Frames, all ages. HK.4UV-.VI.tIIE t I.OTIIIG I Fine lilnck Cloth Frock Coats; Cassimere Coats; Italian Cloth Conte; French Drap d'Et Coats; Linen Coats; Gingham Coats; Graes Linen Coats; Marseilles Coats; White Linan Coats; Fine Doeskin, Casaimer, French Drap d'Ete, Linen and other Pants; tine Black Batin, Cloth, Silk, White Satin, Marseilles, Linen and Gingham Vests. Shirts, plain White Linen aud Fancy new atyle; Net Shirts; Net Drawer, brown aud bleached. Hat: Fine Soft Fur and Wool Hats; Black and Coloreu New Style Hals, stiff brim and oft crown; Boy Black Wool Hats. Ladle Bonnet A tin lot latest style white and different colors Silk, all prices, 14 to flu eneh. Ladies Collars and Underaleevea; Mohair Head Dreases; Linen Handkerchiefs, hem tiched and plain. JIoop for Ladies Skirts, new style. BOOTS AND SJOJiS.W'e have for the Gentlemen, tine French Calf Skin Boots; Black Cloth, Patent Spring Fancy, and Black Lasting (j uuera, ana any other kind any body wants. For the Ladies, we have any thing in the way of Kill Bui te, Kid Walking Shoee, Kid Slippers, Black and Fancy (J niters; Gout Boots and Bootees A good lot Misses and Children's Shoes Bogy and Gaiters. For further particulars, -enquire at the old tend, North side pu'jlio Square, where may be found a "little of everything" the neces sities of mun or woman may require or imagi nation invent. 8EU011N 4 IIOU.NSKY. April 10, lHST Schenectady Agricultural Works MaNnrAirrimK IMPROVED RAILWAY HOIWK. POWF.RS THRESH ICRS AND SEPARATORS, COM. BIXI'.DTIIIU'SHERS AND WIXNtiWKIlS, CLOVER HUI.LEKS AND CLEAN EUS, WOOD SAWIXtt M ACHINES, Aa rIMlE nnderaigued having been twenty A. years engaged in building various kinds of Horse Powers and Threshing Machines, feel confident, from past experience, and the nu merous testimonial they are receiving from all part of the country of tha superiority of their machines, that, they can give satisfac tion to all who may favor them witii orders. Our Horse Powers are made atrong, and ao geared that it requires the team to travel only about IJ miles per hour to thresh dry grain, thereby making it suitable to work ither horses or cattle on them. Our Threshers and Threshers and Winnow er ar so constructed as to discharge all the ?;rin and dust through the machine, aud not nto the feeder' face as is usual with other kinds. The Thresher and Winnower ha a revolv ing wire separator, which does its work more parfeotly than can be done in any other way. Til Separator (Riddle) has a fork straw shaker, which shakes the grain out of the traw a it paaaea from Ilia Thresher. W warrant these machines to suit the pur haaer upon trial, or they can be returned and the money refunded, G. WESTINOnOUSR A CO. f" These machine will be for sal in Athens a soon a they ean be brousht out by steamer. 8. K. REEDEIt, Agent. April , iaof-ti-ieo Thresher. IWOLTDD Inform persons wanting Threshers Inst I have aeveral dlaVraot alylee of Horse Powere, auca aa I think equal. If not euperlor, to any In the country. Persona wishing any thing of the kind will call altlia Athene Peuadry where the aiacblnea ean he seen. There la a great aavlng t persons piir--nating where they ean have the use nf the patterns In ease anv part 'the ma.hlna ahon'd hraek. flail and aea. Prices ssadaiale. . Jae IT (J. ZUIMLHatAN, PteVNo ronToa. IIB nbserlber is now receiv-tnif a new stock of ELEGANT PIANOS from the oldest and most responsible manufactories of the norm, among which are 7 ootove Plain Ceul.er Pianos; 1 Carved " ' ,7 " Half-carved" tl " Plain, I round corner) tJf Plain " ' 1 " Grand Piano, very heavy toned. Also, the Budoir Piano. Also, the celebrated Corrugated Rounding Board; of Boardman, Gray A Co., which are bocoming ao vastly popular in Europe a well s America. All Pianos warranted to giv satisfaction, or no sale. Also, just received, a large selection of l iano iHuate .Songs, rolkaa, Waltnes, varia tion. Ac, Ac; Guitar and Strings; superior Melodians; Harmoniums; Piauo Stool and Covers. Pianos tuned and repaired. The subscriber refer to tha following gen tlemen who have purchased of him, and who can testify a to the excellence of thee in trument: Col. W. 3. Callaway, Riceville, Tenn. Hon. J. C. Gaut, Cleveland, " Hon. II. Ferguson, Selnia, Ala. Dr. Harrison, Loudon, Tenn, Maj. I,. R. Hurst, Mouse Oreek, " Dr. W. R. Hurley, London, " Col. R. B Brabaon, Chattanooga, " J. Burt., Eaq., Knoxville, " Wm. llenle. Esq., Murphy, N. C. Dr. It. II. Hodsden. Sevierville, Tenn. S. F. Ron-en, Kaq , Monroe county, ' T.J Cnmtibell. Kaq.. Cleveland, " W. C. Mci.in, Esq., Lou Ion, " Col. P J. Weaver, Selma, Ala. Hon. II. W. Mnaenirale,'!hnttanoogn,Tenn. Col. D. A. Tibbs. t 'ononrd, " Benjamin ( 'handler, Esq.,Chnttnnoogn, MnJ. J. Me. Bindley oountv, " It. R. Clenyelnnd, Eeq., Plnlndelphia, ' J. L. Hopkins, Esq., Chattanooga, " Maj. J. Johnson, Sweetwater, Atii;ustiis Cooke, Esq., Chattanooga, " Rev. Mr. Bradshaw, " ' T. K Warnncutt. Esq., " " R. N. MoKwen, Esq., Athena, These instruments are for snlo nt Athena and Chattanooga. 1L G. COOKE. Deo 8, I8.'.-tr-428 To Cotton and Woolen Maniitac- lurrrs, Itnil Head ('aniiinlra, TIh rhlnla(s,aad f-esirrul rsfalera k MAI'MINK IIKI.TINO, for Gins, Tlireshera Mills, Kactnrles. au., Ac, mmle from bent wlinle bide Leatlier curritil. rlveu-d. atretclieil anil cementeil nt our works in Newark, N. J. Ail wntllis, 1 to 24 inches, anil ot warranted 'luallly. Picker mid Luce Intlier; Calf anil liei-p Holler Skins; Roller Cloth; K.ilU-r Itrnsli es; Loom Dusters; Pickers; StrippinjrCiirils; Kins Trav. elleri; and a variety of r'netory I'imlitijrs. Sole Ijvulh er of every description; Knirlisb. Krcm-h, and Ameri can Calf Pkitt; l.itiintt and lliniling 8kins; shoe Peirs; Lusts; Boot Trees; Pi-e Jiti-k, Ac, Ac, and a general assortint-nt of Itont and Shoemakers' I'indlnirs; STog Skina; Sheep Skias. and Morocco Skins. Harness leather: llridle.Skirtinp and Belt Leather; Patent and Knuinellcil Leather and Kuainelk-d Clolha. ALSO, A general assortment of Knddlrry llnril" ware, i'oaiji tlrlwnrs and fanrh 'I'rlminllltt'H, Spriiivs, Axles, Mitllenhle Castings, HhihIs. Holts, Screws, felloes. Hubs, Spokes, Slmfts, Poles. Moss, Curled lliiir, Oil and BruSNels Carpets; Viiriilbes.Siiiid Paper. Ac, Ac. for sale low at our Wholesale AtUillery M'tirrfinuxe. SIIKKMAN, JHSSITP A CO., No. 1X llrond lret. A ;-', On, II A Kit A L, NICHOLS A CO., Corner of Haael and Meetlngsts., riHtrlmtan, s. C. 1IKTTS, NICHOLS A CO., oct84-1jr-422 No. W Liberty street, A'eio York. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. BY virtue of a decree rendered In the Chancery Court, nt Mndisonville, 1 will offer for sale, to the highest bidder, on n cred it of one and two years, ut the tunes and places hereinafter specified, the following very valuable LANDS AND TOWN LOTS, not devised by John McOhee, deceased, anil which are to be sold for distribution among his heirs. The property hns been valued by Commissioners appointed by the Honorable Chancellor, and will not be sold unless the minimum vuluatiun of said Commissioners shall be oirered. At the Court-house in the town of Cleve land, Bradley county, on the 27th day of .May next, at 11 o clock A. M., Lot No. P-l' in said town, valued ntlnO; Lot No. Ill) in said town, vniued at $1,000. And on the same day, in the afternoon, at the Rail Road Depot in Charleston, in said county, 820 acres of Land lying near said town of Charleston, valued at 13,000; also, 160 acres of timbered Land, near said town, adjoining Lands of E. Spriggs, valued at fa 20. Also, on the same day, and as soon as practicable thereafter, on the Lot in Calhoun, McMinn county, on which stands the old Store House of J, L. McCurty, the said Lot valued at $:!50, and 90 acres of Land, near said Calhoun, adjoing Lands of II. M. McElrath, valued 1800. Oil the 28t.h of May, at the Court-home in Knoxville, the Lot on the ooruer of Main and Gay streets, formerly occupied by tha East Tennessee Bank, valued $8,000. On the 8oth dayof May, at the Premium Mill, Blount county, the Tract of 282 acres. wit h Grist and Saw Mills thereon, vniued at fK.OOO Also, a tract of I0.S acres ailioiiiinif, valued at 800; and a Tract of 75 acres of timbered Lund, adjoining, valued at $200. Also at same time aud place, one Town Lot in Muryville, on Main street, near the Store House ot S. It, MclleynolJs, valued at f 250, ourt an ailjoining liaek Lot, valued at. 100. And on the 1st day of June, at the Court house iu Madisouville, one Tract of 160 acres, in Monroe ootinty, adjoining Lnnds of James Curtis and others, valued at t.SOO. Bund aud security will be required and a lien retained lor the purchase money. J. A. .COFFIN, C, A it, April 17, 1857-td-prs fee $17,60-447 XI EDTJOED Through Rates of Freight From 1VASIIVI1.I.K to KNOXVILLE, ANO STATION ON TUC Katl Tenntteet and Utargia Rail ttoatl. SUGAR, Coffee, Molaaaes (in barrels.) Tobacco (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Rope and Corduge, Fish, Cheese. Soap, Star and Tallow Candles, White Lead, Bar Lead (in kegs and boxes,) Pig Lead and Shot (in ke;rs.) Liquors (in barrela and casks,) Cruckery Ware (in crate and casks,) , per 100 lbs., 50- No article entitled to thia rat exceut those speoilied above. Shot and Lead in bundles, and bottled Liquors will he charged tba regular local rates of each Road. All Uooda from ih Western oities and New Orleans, for Knoxville and Stations on the East Tennessee and Oeorgia Rail Koad, will be forwarded fre of commission when con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Koad, at Nashville, dray age only charged, which has been contracted fur at 76 cents per ton of 2000 lbs. Every package must have the nam of the Stations ol delivery plainly marked on it. Road will not be responsible for ordinaay leakage of Liquor, Oil or Molasses, and will only pay for deficiency of content when paokage show marks of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamer and Dray age will be mailed to eonaigneea from Nash ville, ahowiog, also, th time of arrival and departur of the goods. R. 0 JACKSON, Sup't East Tennessee A Georgia Rail Koad. March (, lB67-tf-441 WcEwen & Gillespie UAVK reeeiVHfJ d4 opned their Pt,lf Mid Winter flootU, and respectfully in Tit AtMjiUoo to them, October 6, 'C T a. a. art.nni Wa. , nutenwo. fiearden & Francisco, prod .:-. Ann commission XeXe9Xclimtam, 7 ILL aeltnn eommlaslon Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, . w w usis, rrainere, ana i tnneeae. frounce gener ally. Paraona .hipping to us ean rely upon f prompt returna. " tfsir-lo Merchant, and Clllsenao? Knoxvllle; Mnr ' fan a Co., Jo. Ydwartta, Jaa. 0. l.uttrtll,Uoniptrollrr, Naahvlllr: T J. (;nulrll, Cleveland: Klcliard C.Jack. aon, alliens; Lone A Smith, Klchard S. Campbell, lien. Ghaudler a Co.,Uhtlnooga. v fob SO-ir-48 WATSOS M. COORR, I ,.,,.JASFRR g. BAII.RV, hate of tiainehoro, Tenn. asMuaL 0. ooodshall. COOKE, BULKY & CO., WMOt.FBALR DRAI.PRS l!f BOOTS, 8 II O B B, Unfa, t'sfs, nonnrla. etc. Ko. 4, oVutA Aids '(! Himtre, - niAMiivM.i.E, Trnir. OltDRRS esrerall filled, and goods promptly for. varded. Dec IS-ly-49 P. D. GATES, mooter An ronffission No. 19 nrodwy. Mew York, DKAI.KR In Affrlcultural Implemrnit and Machine ry. ) AkriiI for tl sale of WlieHrr, Mrllck A Co'i Horse I'nwern and Threalitrt; Oombinprl Threxhi ri anil Whinow and. other muchlnfi, f n Kant Tn-neflt-e. Alio, General Kfttni for their nale In the 8mi t ti er n mati'i. Order, promptly executed for any kind of Machinery or Merchandise. Consignment noli cited of all kindi of Southern Produce. Jan I4-Iy-4H4 Titos, w. rutwma most. a. rLtmito. T. W. FLEMING & 10., CommlMlon and I'mdnre Merrhanttf At the old Stand of the iiibierlher, Reynold X.t A it ir At fit Oa. HAVING aMoelated with me my brother, the public are anvttred nf the tameattentlon and pnncrtuaU ty a heretofore paid to consignments of nverr kind. Jn 80-4m-4JiO T. W. Fl.tMIMJ. Robertson, Iliidson k Pnlliam, importkm Ann jnnnrns or x in. v o- o o x tor. No. 99 Murray and M Warren street!. Corner qf Church Mrert, lw Vork, RirrriRn a. aonrtHTwii, wmhv w, pl'i.i.mm, ciuaLM c. HfitMm, wiixi-iM n. rnkix, 0 Virffitita. o N. Carolina. fl.KAf4s.tlT M. CHJttOMILRS, 1 HrnH 'n. Ml.RtTlt, Of Tnnn. iniiH n. cHAtQMtLra, ) Aug 'atlMy-414 n. n. morris, W, B. II A nit ID. II. B. MORRIS & CO., (SucceMornto .Vurrfso Mfittteic) WIIOI.UMAI. : (illOCEIIi AND Co mi mi i h h 1 o ii a Merchants, Nos, 19 and IS Market street, Oet17-1y-42l i)ialivllle, Tenn. CH.PM.IX, PIKE & CO., IMPOhTKtlS or French. Unsrliah nnd trrnaii IPATaG-V GOODS, Ann heitlfi' in fmnhe, Brnxhe, H'itt,tnn, Unm and Cotton Thre,l't,.S,'tritiff Aik,Miit .SmilU Wttrrm, 4T Tlnrniv street, '.V VOHK. Dec l'J-Cin-4'JII b.ikkr. vi:ii;iit Si CO., W liolomalo Grrooor( Auffu.its f-eorffiu) nAVG a heavy tock nf leridfiif; Ororerleo for Oeor sia, Aliih ima mid TentMite tnule: unlit-It ran. ttitriiiiifnUi of Wheat, Flour, Com, Jit icon, hint, fV. CltA)l.nKKH WM. U.HTARK JRU.S. WHIQIIT. Auf 21-Iy-4I4 II A I! DC MAN & MUFFIN, WHOLUALR AUD II IT AIL DEALKRA IX StaploDry O-ooct. Flour, tftrnn, f.lifiinr. Wine, Tnhiirrn, Cifnrg, tlC., Turner of Cherry and Third "treel. AHK.W-..-H4 :TI A Oil, ffi;Olt.IA. KR.inn A ABKOTT, W. C. M(H)RRt Zttte of Gttthttin, Tenn. J&ttitl'thlutl in hit nine in AU'intu in is.'ii. Seago, Abbott & Co, GEN'L COMMISSION MKRCIIANTS, Atluiitii, liirorifflft. IIDERAL advancei fflven on coiiHltrnmuntB, either J by ncefptHitveor can).. They Hre kIho at?nti! for the (tale f Knnch Hurr find Native Mill jloneii. KnoitiiR and Coli'Kiiu; lldlting Cloth, Ac, from the old and well known firm nf MnrrU A Trimble, Baltimore, Md. Hilim C. Herrinfr A Co'i Fire, nnd lUrjtlur Proof Safes con sttintly on hnnil Ht irmnufiicturem prices. AtlnritiL,.lim 7, IS'.T It will be H.-en by the aUove that wp have taken Into piirtiirrnlilp W. C. Muore, lute of Oalliitln, Tennenitet, iiiKi it i(t wiin pieiifitrv we iiiiiKo tne iinnminci'itient. We return our clNcer thHiikn to our old put run for their very lihent pHtrnnnire, and bnpeiik for the new firm a continuance of the nutne. Very respectfully, Skaoo A Abhott. HYATT, McBURM:Y & PIRttCT (MPOHTrllfl AND W HOMES AM. DRALttM) IH Foreign &DomesticDryGoods, No. 87 llnyne street, 'luirl vfoii, N. I. HTATT, WM. ilH.Kt.TIHR,.,,.ArorsTT O WTLT, tm. M m;KM(I,.,.i.L. UlisLKMriH,.... .L'HAS. fOBTKM. June 6-1 y-42 T. 33. OIX3JVr331NJTSC3r WITH oro. ?nArrrm...,nro. it, luiiiKhTa rrbt c. itnitumH. Schaffer, Roberts & Johnston. iMruaTxaa aan jnassaaor XX o 1 o r -y. Staple Si Fancy Dress Trimmings, Jewelry, L4nkiuQ-Ql(tne, Comb, Brunhen, Perfumery, Preocb auil QerniAn Fancy Oomlii, Ac, Ao. No. 1ST Mahkbt UTkiET, (between 4th and 5th.) may 80-1y-4ui Philadelphia, Fa. coijkTiX i;v, ti:n.k.tv co., niHRCT IMPOItTKIt OP Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, I'istols, die.. No. 86 Havsk BTHKIfT, CHARLES TO X S. C. WILLIAM 0. OOttKTNEY. OILUKItT B TgNNANT, JAMES B. .VANS. June 17. B3 tf 447 r. in. Mcpherson, (Snocemor to 0. Wailac ,6 3Tf,Pheron,) Main tit reel, Know. lie. lenn. AiiKNT FOH THK 8ALK Ut Pluron Nlram lilU, It o well, furl r I trli I ami Svlviin mill Nlilrflnsr Georgia Oinalierpt and Ynrns; Tobacco. Qucetiswure Ttrmt: Pour inuutln. July 20-1y-S,'.6 GILLILA1MDS,H0WL & CO., 7IKKUI INri'inr.ilr) IIKALKUK IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods Ko. 88 llnyne street, CHJIItl.KiHIA , . C. N. B. noltiugCloths always on hand. WU. II. aiLI.ll.AND, SIDNSV S. IIOWILU W. D. OILLII.AND. JAUKS QILLILAKD JAMKSII. NIOIIOIA Oct. SI. 1861 tf ia T. D00X..N. Warehouse nnd fjenoritl romnilsiton MEnOIIAJSTT, AtlunlH) iin. "WIT AVTNO rented the spa clous Are-proof Warehouse a recently ereoien on n rnteliH street, win attend to (lie torn ice "nit swle or mitnn, Corn, Hacon, Lard, and all oilier Produce with wliivli he may he favored. Having had lonp; experience In the Kneral trade of lieoriria, he natters hlturifir that he can give satltrae. tlon tn the sale ef all Produce, and, also. In the pur eliafte of all articles which the country way require. June-ly-H J. A. .4 JV 8 LEY, GENERAL Comntitmlon and Produce Trrrcltanf Offlce od Uroad street opposite Union Hank, AUKuatat 0-etv. WITT, irfve prompt and personal attention to the sattt of Hacon . I.iird, Grain, flour. Cotton, and all articles of Merchandise consigned to htm. Also, to tne lorwardme; or Mnmi rnr the Interior and Northern markets at the customary rates. Liberal advances, el- thur In canh or hy acceptances, made on articles In store or wnen oius oi inutne; accompany urans. KarRaRNciw baker, WIIcok A o.t M. k B. Wilkinson: J. 0. Kartw, "Citshler,'1 Au(nita, Ga. Hand, Williams h vvncox; inni. itoiii m 'Jo., unariesion, 8. u. wm. nun can; Hart del ford, Kay A Oii.j 9. T. Willis, Savannah, Ga. Htur(rs, Henntt Co., New York. J. 0. Wilson k Co.; I, Htusrt k Bon. Halttmore. Wood k Low, New Orleans, O. B. welhorn, Palton, Ga. Grenville Hample, Phad tanoova, Tenn. Heanh n. flon k Co.. Knoxville. Tenn, K. Keeder, Athens, Tenn. W. Bhapard A Co.) Berry k Demevlllt, Nashville, Tenn. . Nov. M, '64 tf-819 JOHNSON, IIORNE k CO., Corner of Broad and Market streets. Natalivlll., Terns.., aive prompt attention to reeelvtn-. atorfnV) TT purrhasltir. senior or ablpulne Onttea.Tohac eo, Wheat, Cam, f laur and Haeon. and will also devote especial atteetloa to rccetvlnr, storing and forvardlof mereliaiiitlsMOf everv description. Our faeilltlea In point of ream aad eenvenlenee ars ttuaiioaoria us stif. anga-i-ii WILCOX. HAND A ANSLEY, Whoieoal iwi is-er, WIKOW et (.. or oorau 0 Hroad street,. Anajtiaia, Ua. U"'ii'm targe additions to ear Store, we item constantly on hand a large atoek of flour, if fre. Mola-M, Halt, Iron, MiKs, Tolnieeo, fVg,,ra, Tea, aiaatno, f,s,and every other article usaally kept hy the trad) ; Including a large atoek of Liquor: Alloon. algnmentaof Woe will have a.ir prompt attention. .g.ieLav;f """" 1 .Often '-agnlra Coffeei i.f",' f f " hags Old Oovernmenl Java Coffcai 'ii,,, kL'! "lc0 ni1 "ewOrlaanaaitgarl ? n b ..''n'" "20,CI"nl do 11)0 Ortished ,o l So psekagea loaf Uo. loo hhls. cliolce ityrnp t,0oo kegs Nails, assorted sites; Boo hoies Adamantine and Sperm Candles I 8oo hoves Sonp and march; . loo kegs flnda Jso hniea Tohaeeo, alt grades: 100,000 Clears: Hoe eolla Bed Cord and Plow Mnes j For sale low hy WILCOX, HAND ANT.F.Y, Auglllt-ly-l. August, 0a. W. E. II A 1,1,, in. p., ATHRNS, Tg., WILL give his attention to the practice of Medl. cine. Olllee South of tht Bridge. January 0, lsoj. 45, 'm7wTaTrx1ndkr, m, d., late of RumeMII; Tenn.) n A VINO removed to ATHKNR for the purpose of praetlelog Medicine, Burgerv, Oh.tetrlea and llental Surgery, may he found at his ndlce (Pleaga'a yellow hiilldlng. near the Courl-hoit.e) or at his resl. denca In the West end of town, known as the flrlshsm house, when not professionally ah.ent. Jan -ly M. R. MAY, W. D., SVROEON A1SD PHYSICIAN, ATHKN8, TKNN., T"KfrKCTFUI l.Y tender, his profession.! 1 , services to the pnlilie. Jan. 14. 1 2 DR. J. L. ATlifiB, ISysw)ioi.x Surgeon, Alhl-sia, Ti-nn., WIU. give his entire attention to the practice of Medicine. Onice South of Bridge, aug 8 DR JAMES 0 TAYLOR. ATIIKK8, THXXKSSKK, i ii.i.nercattert;iv Ins whole attention " to the I'.aeticeo Medicin. June 8, lRr.3 tf w. n. k it, coum, Associate Traveling Dentists Jiilyl3-tf wit-pus, ouipnnr sprina, , IKItfa county-, Ton a. litn, nnnwn JftnUonvii?t Tenn. J. v. conitit, Jttl,, T Attoruoysj a. t isaw All. sot.rriTon .v r..vrnr, Wl l.I. practice In the Chancery anil Circuit Courts 1 ,,n "I" enmities or Monroe, McMltin, Polk, llrad. ley, Melra, Itoane and Blount.atid In Hie f upri-me and Federal Courts ut Knoa.ille. J 2a-,M35 WILLIE LOWRY, AttomoT a T.m, w Jaii.tr Athena. T.-nn. im W. Jones Hicks. , 0rao3r t Xjs M. w, Jan-tf IlltlUouvlllc, lenil. 4D3 FR .XK. S. II1LR, Attorney n t I,aw, All.fli. T.-lisi. Offlce up stairs In the Court-home, sept l-ly-41 JAIMGIN & CALDWELL, Attoruoysj at Xjaw, Atlicua, Teuu. AprlHt)-tf-ta a.OAiawaiu GEO. W. BRIDGES A TTOttXH ' AT LAW, ATHENS. TKNNKSSEE. ptlACTlCKSin the different countieseom. a. posing the Third Judicial (Circuit will attend to the collecting and securing of claims and will give his undivided attention to all buaineasviitriiated to hiscar. March t.JMUtf ' as WHiTPi 1 1 flFTim si:, DA.TOX, OA. fm nnitersleneil t.ik till, ,elnr.,l nf fortnlne the ravelin,- ..llc .l other, wi. c t,r, ,,"','. .it'n!',1','!; ''"''""-Mlell...e.l,i,n.n as tlie "WhilHelil House." furmerle iireiiplecl ht f. H Kn-.een, ami Is now In el.areo of tl,', ,,. ,ul pr,.pn',j to . aeeninmmlale .1 hn limy eall ,,., tiini. li. table Ajiril tt-lye-410 M. (J. MAUT1N. 33X3 O ATTTIii OTEl7 'I'll K snhserilier lias taken tills llmi'e. Ilei-ntnr Ten. tl.nSYV!"""l"r k.pi. hy Mr- r'i""r'1' at"l re-p,et fnlly rolieit. a share nf the p.ihlie rtistom. lie n.snrea the piihllc ths, l,e will keen 'the rih. .ortV Cise" that his t:.hle will he ii,r.n.-il .ill, , he.t the coutitrv aff.irils.hisstahlewell u,..llr,l with prnven.l. r.an.l that : 'e mmie ou ins mrt to rentier sll roin. tu.. ....... woo inn en. K HIT. II 1.1- nuircli 6. li.n7-tM41 TTKELL. DA.nn.ETT XXOTTSIEJ. liarlolon. Tin., ff'nEaubscrlher respectfullv dives notice that he a J1" hl "I"n 'or the reception of Travelrra ani Itoanlrrs. He .ives a.suranre tliat ao effort arm Oe apared to render comfortalilr all who mar favor -"" "i" patronage. ijavj B. B. rlARKFTT, BTlZXXHrSS HOUSE. TWMtr. anovcoamed lloose, ailimt. it witl.ln a short illstiuive of the Alhroa Uepnt, is tinw open for the ''"I" i of travelers. Persons traveling on the Kitat Tennessee ami (leorela Kail Knait, anil stopplne at Athena, will tlml title House inoreeoiiveiilentlv.li,.7.i..t than any other. The subscriber pleilees himself tn use bis utmost exertions to give satisfaction Itnil tn render comlorlable all who limy fnvnr him with th-lr tintron. B. in..ieii, vev-ui-ii-4.,ui J At. H. 11K1 lit, t H. rTR.LIlU LtSlKR S.UPrillH , .Hl.-H --a aw J-wjl Ji. j.i o XX S 33. eormerty votetnan Houve,) Hnoivlllc, Ten nrisee, eV M. I. A N I R It, 1'roiirl.ilora. MR. BTtmi.iMo LAStra, late of the Lanier House, Alacuii, fta.. anil M.hpsiin f,MiKa. lui ,.r t..,.. (tee, Ala., will lie happy u meet all frlemls itn.l ciistmn. era ut the I iraur House, where they have atnilu nr. comtiioiliilioiis for Jj& persons. ivov I-tr-4V4 STOKTXS'S IIOTTMTT,. TIIKsiibscriherhavlnir removed from Itenlon.Ten flt'Hnee. tins tnla-fil liuriru ,,t il.ai U.,.., at ti tin now prepare,. 10 acconimoilnte the travellnir pul.ltc. He pledires hfinaelf that hy attention and a Hue r Krd for the comfort and taxtes nf his pruests, thev hull tl iitivuil turn un.l r.snll 1 t.L nuuiu. .bot W. W. STONE. BTrLH6USE7 Coansa or Mm lao Stats .vasns, KS'o.xm.i.K, resy. M II.I.IAVI leTI I ic, Toprletor. Four Horse Mall Coaehea leav daily at 7W o'clock A. St., for Moolvale Spring.. June Ift-tr lira UNIOIV II OTJ8 U (Formerly Hall Koad Home,) Athena, Tenn,, ByP.ICWlietaell. rnilK proprietor respectfully anoouncea to the pnhlle that lie lis. recently refitted and refurnished the nuuve nuiise, ami tmti ne will use bis utmost endeavor o nidae ii ma traveler's home. Ills table will b. sup w.... ...v ue., country anoros. lie nope, ii unremlttlne attelitioo tocouiftirt of his euestato merl and receive a liberal share of patronage. Jo2o-tf-lH XjHTJTY'S HOTBIj l.i nM. '.'i:ai'aj. rawing well known House has been newly fitted up with bl veiniiug, iiirnuure, c. rue uuilerslgneu baa tnken charge of It. and in announcing himself for the puliile patronage asks '-the tree to ba tested by its fruit." and pledges higliself, by an assiduous attention soda due regard for the comfort and tastea ot Ills guests, they ahall he cared for and furoished with the best the couo try agnrits. Ha has also eonnectcd with ttie house the large suioie, snails and lot, or Messrs. Taylor, Hrldge. Co., aod will he prepared in that line. JanH-t-Sl WM. M. ALEXANDER, Proprietor, CRUTCIiriELO HOUSE, IMMEDIATELY 1 THK DEPOT, l'laitta.ieora, Tenn. T. t HUTCIIl lFl.n, PaoratKTo., Aug. lT-tf-8M Sale of Land. It" virtue of dear r.mlerecl in tli lJ Chanoerj Court at Madi.ouville, in th ease wherein Renj. Johnson i. eotnpl.ioant ana naiuuei r.iiiiitfton respondent, 1 will, on the 27th dsv of Mav, 1867. eel I, on the prem ise, to th highest bidder, for eash, th Land referred to in th pleading, itut on Little Teuneaae. River, in Monro oountv, belog tb tauu va wuiuu vain rfonmnn reeiuea. J. A. COFFIN, 0. 4 it. April 17, 1867-td-pr' fe 3,6Q-,7 Notice to Shippers of Freight TaiaaroaviTioR DsriaTKBSTF.Taiia A Oa. R. R.Oo. I Athena, Sept. aa, 1km. I THIS Company wllldellverany Frelghtareoeiacd In to their Depots, In a reaaonahle tlnie, the tai minus of their Koad at Italian to the owners or Ihelr agrnle (not oura,) they paying charges aa per tariff and receiving the freights on day of airival at Daltnn. Thla Company doea not propose either to store freights or deliver to the Western A Atlantic Rail Road, unlesathe ownera have made arrangements with said Road to re. celve the same. Cara cannot he detained beyond a few hotire for transhipment or storage. hi making ahipmenta aa ahove every facMlty In the power of the offlcera of the Company will he extended toshlppera. Ileynnd the end of their rails tltey hsve no control and assume no respnnslhlllty, Feb 1-tf R. 0. JACK8UN, Bup't Transportation. Tint ni;n:ivri) halt boxes hr in Window Glass 1 118 lbs. I'uttyi 1 Mil. Plaster. Aicuiuiaro. Fowler's Solution; Lime Jute , Lint.seed Oil-prepared for medieal use ! npisam lulu Cerate Cantharides ; Flax-seed ground i Nut flails; Oalbanutn strained Oil of Rhodium : Tarrant' Apprint. INSTRUMENTS. Paint Urushss brassllted-ptne ; bound; Ear and Teeth Hyrin- Whit Uristle gr'nd :! ees glass and metal. PAINTS. Whitehead and Zinc: Scarlet; A nd many other articles too tedious to men tion. All staple Madieine on hand. Nov 21, 18ftt) WM. TiURNS. Premium Cooklng-Storr. flfAVF. received on consignment, a lot of the cele hruted "Premium 'V"iir"ff-.Vfrea,"maniiractiireil hy MnlTett A tthlrlds, Knoxville, Tenn. These stoves are unsurpassed hy any Cooking-Stove In the Union for hakltig, broiling, frying and boiling. They have been fully tried. With the atove you get the following furniture, via: Two cast Iron kettles with covers; one large ohlotig boiler; one tea kettle; one coffee boiler; two dripping pans; two pudding pans; two pie pans; one hook- one lifter: two spiders; one gridiron, two frees; one Iron heater; one tin dipper; one steamer; one pair waffle Irons; one scraper; two jolntssfoveplpe; one elbow pipe. rtox. Parlor, or any description of ftove. for storea, churches, school-houses, Ae., from fSto fie.. Aug S J. H. IIKNDFRS0N. A T H EN S F 0 U N DRY AND 3VXo.o13.1xlo X"Crrx-l.. rpilK subscriber would respectfully an 1 noiince to the citizens of Athens nnd th public generally, that he is now in operation and prepared to do OABTING- of every description in his line, and would therefore solicit ordersfrom all those who may want anything of the kind. He is now casting and has for sale dif ferent. sir.es of the filobe. or Air-tiiht. C1.0I1 Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of rnrior, Mne nnte, Uinmlier, Ollieeand Shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waflle Irons; Ploughs, ritfht nnd left hand. Also, the Kiigore Spiral or Incline Water Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou sand feet per day. A kinds of 3VI AOH1NHIIT fitted up in the beat and most durable manner, and upon short notice. . Also, Iron Hailing of everv description. He is also prepared to' do all kinds of Brass cast ing. The highest Cash price will be paid for Ol.lt COPPER. C. ZIMMERMAN. P. S. There is connected with the Works an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons wishing castings can have patterns made to nrm-r. r 7 Athens, Tenn.. July IS, 18B tf 408 nKVIOVAI.. Saddle, Bridle and Harness JMLAXV UJi'AOTOIlY. Mesf ve of the I'uMtc Snare. TIIKsuhscrlher would return his slni-rre thanks to the public senerally for the very liheral patron Bs. hchsreceiveil,anil hopes hjr strict attention to business to merit n continuance of the sniiiu. He has Just returneil from I'hllaili-lphla with a fond lock of miiterinls, wlik-h enahhles him to manufacture iij mil. ir in in. line who promptness anil ne'nntch. Hos-sKltisfor seatlnir. Kiiamelleil l.enther of till colors ail Skins, llrhlle lilts, ttllrrm, Iron.. .,. ' rticlcs, for sale low ilown for rush. Hi-keep' cunstHtitlv on hanil h himI .....in.-i .r Silil.lli s. Ilrlillea, Wliijis. c. I'leaserall hefnrepnrclias. . " . "".i"" M D.,uiire, neiween llllisotr. null Hoy, 'a Stores. KUW1N A. ATLEE. Alliens, April 11, ls:,o-tf-3P4 Valuable Property for Sale. 1AM uttering tor sale my home place a very desirable tironerlv consisting of about 80 acres of choice Loud, in noo.l con ditionon which there are a conifiirtahle nnd roomy Dwelling House, Kitchen.Siiitike house, good Burn and Stables, ,1c, nnd a seleotion of choice bearing Fruit Trees. Also, mil mtres of Land, situate in the West ide of McMinn eountv: an unimnrove.l I.t n the town of Charleston, iiratilev eoimrv adjoining lb Kiitl Road Depot Lot: and a i ..r : , . . ' . . 1 imiinier ut oniinproveil l.nrs Hlfuate tietween the town of Athens nnd the Rail Road Depot. aernia iu ue agreeu upou. A. D. KEYE3. Athena, Jan 16, 18S7-tf-134 Threshers! Threshers! IltAVB recelvrd an Agency for the sale of the Threshers aod other Agricultural Imolemt-nts man. lifuclured by Itichard II. Pease, at Alhaoy, New York. " .Kiiil'ie ma i.a hiiu one oorse Tlirt-sbers, and Horse Powers, haa heeu received, aod all thoss wlshlnif w mij uirniirr. una seasoo are reiiieated to call ami examine them before purchusinfi elsewhere. Come In ai once ano exauiitie ttiein, and If you like the ma chines, the terina, and the warranty, give me your or ders, that I may set them here before harvest. I will alsaaell nnlers for Saw Mills, (train Cradles, Corn Hhellers, Plows, Ac, a sample of which can be seeo at the Wnre-ronm, near the Depot. I am also npi-nt for the sale of J. Cotton A Co's su perior Wheat Fans. Orders for Threshers and Oraln Cradles should he aent in before Aral of March, to set here In time for harvest. Jan 16 JAH. M. HKNDGItSON. StrowCnllora, t'ern fob t'rtialiera. JUST recel reil, a lot of these celebrated Machinea, from the tnttnufactory of Miller, Wlugate A Co., Louisville, Ky. vail anil examine them. rorsaiehy .Movsi u. w. boss, Aeent. Hard Time Came Jlfain, .Vo .Hurt I T1II0HR Inik'bteil to me, either hy note or arrount, . will save cost by calllnf; ami rvttltiiK immrilluttrly, aa inonfy 1 need anil must have. 1 mean what I say, lao su u. w, nueti. Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA' IMPORTANT ANNOVKCEMKXT. TO til penotift afflicted wttli Hi-xuhI Dleaef, lueh ni Hiierninturrliajs. SeniinHl WeHkm-itt. limtntfiiL-tt. GonurrLattt, UUtt ftlUist th Victi of Ouuulmn, or Pt-U Abime, stti., 4c. The HowHrii Adnclatlon.ln view of thewMteiitriie. tlon of liuuirin Hfe, cnimt'il hy Sexuvil lime. a nil the deceptions rctlM-il upon the unforturiHte rlctlnif nf urn i.Mtaat-t ny giinrKH, nave niructt-u their Uonnult fngriurirfnn.ati churitahle act worthy of their name, to (fivu Medical attrice graft, to all pemom thui af flicted, who apply hy letter, with a description of their condition, (ftffe, occupation, nanltR or life, tc.) and In cosea or exrttttne poverty and luOerlng. to furnish Medl olnea free of charee. The Howard Association ( a benevolent Institution, eolahlfshed by special endowment, for the relief of the sick ami dutre-med, amieieu with "Virulent and Kid- demic Diseaaea." It haa now a surplus of means, which the Directors have voted to expend In advertising; the ahove notice. It is needles to add that the Associa tion comninuds the highest MediraUkill of the age, anil win iuri.in me mom approved nimiern rreHtmeni. Just nitMished. hv the A'soclation. a Renort on 9iier tnatorrhnpa.or Seminal Weakness, the vice nf Onanism, Masturbation or Helf Abuse, and other diseases i.f the Hexual Organs, hy the tjonaulting Rurgeon, which will be sent hy mall, (In a sealed envelope,) free of charge, n the receipt nf two stamp for nos t aire. Address, Ir. OKO. R. CALHOUN. Consulting Surgeon, iiowaru Associnuon, wo. x sou in rinin street, r hlli delphia, Pa. hy order of the Directors. F.r.Hk D. Hiartwill, President. Oao. FiiaOHiLO, Secretary. Feb My-487 . D. MOROiM 0. J. 0HKNKT BT. 0. M. HO HO AM. &lrt9iT importation ; wxr o n. Or jv.isr 0 0wv TTTK are bow receiving and op, Spring Purchase!, which will i spectlon by th itftth.lnst., an pening our uiual i he readv (hp in. ipectlonby th Kftth. Inst., and at which ilm. we will display a more complete assortment of DHY iiiwiuB, iiian we nave ever uene at any season hereto fore. Our itonk will embrace all the lateit atyle of Dome tloand Foreign Mia pi 0 an Fancr ftooda. And to It will be added all tha NO VSLTIRS. ae they appear In the Eastern cities. In addition to the large and generally assorted took we have been In the habit of keeplug, we have. aaaen hi jiv nq p-rnva "i HfRdvUade g.'lntttlnsr. We ehall le pleased to exhlbitvour assortment to our old friends and the trade generally, ae we feel eonfl dent that from eor long experience ansrthe advantageg W w r a., v VVDt UlttUri'lFntl IO BO. tfuuv.lle, Feb. W, 'OT MOkUAN k 00. New Goods for the Million t OIjXIAGrXI aarj CO. J ULI respectfully call the attention of v v the people totheaplendid a.aortmorjtof Spring; nnd Summer toods, lint received, at their new Brick Corner -with Iron Front, whtf h were purchased on th beet terms, and are now offered at a low rate as such Goods ean ba purchased anv whtr in the Hint For th LADIES, they have th latest style of Dress Goods, Trimming, Muslins, Prints, Linens, Lacea, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and Gloves. Also, the Bonnets and Trimmings. A large stock of GKNTLKMKN'H WrMK, such as Cloths, Casslmers, Satinets, Vestlngs, Tweetla. drillings, Ao., Ao. RKADY-MADK CLOTHING, Hats, Hoots and Shoes. Drugs and Medicines, Paints and Dye-stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery and Wueenaware, Groce ries, Iron, Steel, Nails nnd Castings, besides every other article usually kept in retail Stores. Give them a call. They consider it no trouble to show Goods. They ar deter mined not to he undersold. t3T All kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. May J-897 Tu-aw neoelred AND for .ale, at the old ttand in Calhoun, Tennessee, 2s Kids New Orleans ReboiledMo1a.se. 10 i Bids. do. do. do. 80 Dana fine Rio Coffee; BOO Gals. Cuba Molasses; 2A00 Lbs. Brown Sugars; Bono " Castines; loooo " Rolled Iran all of which will be sold low-by wholesale or retail. Our Dry Goods stock is full and fine, and as low down in price as the lowest. July B. F. MARTIN A SON. Livery and Sale Stable, Kuerltralfr, Tenn. 'THE tihsrrll.er bet's leave to Inform the traveling puh- lie that lie has opened a larire and commodious Sta ble tn Sweet writer, on the tiast Tennessee and Georfrln Hull Road, where they can he accommodated to Horses and Middles, Hinrjries, Hacks, c, Ac. Persons travel (tifT In nnd from Montvale Cprinp;" will find It to their Interest to (ret conveyance from HweetwMer distance 99 miles. Hp will also trade In Horses, Mules. Ac. Jan 80-tf-436 li. it, YKAHWOOD. Farm for Sale. '"piIE subscriber desires to sell her Farm, In 1. the neighborhood of Alliens. It is situ ate on the road lending to Benton, about two miles from the Athens Depot, nnd contains some 400 acres, a portion of it under improve ment, and the balance is well titnhered.and all well adapted to cultivation. There are sev enil Springs of good water on the Fnrm, nnd plenty of Fruit Trees. Aleo, a oomf' rtnble Dn elliHg House, Negro Houses. Ao. Persons desiring to purchase can obtain a bargain. NANCY BRADFORD. Alliens, Mnrch 20, 1857-tf-443 Forest Hill Academy, JOHN OIKRI.0W, Principal. TIlFPummer Pi-.slnn of thla Institution will open on Monday, 0th March next. Term of Session 20 weeks, to close 81st Jul. Tuition: fs.ort 9,110 First Class . . Pi-rond " Third " 12,00 No nitoll nermltted to Payahlc one-half in ailvanre. rotor the fr-hool without a Ticket slgnvd hy ttecrrtary. No ilcilnctloo inailv for lost time, unless lo rases of pro- tra.trd sickness. session will br rharccil. r. coniioseD, ive oi oo cents per Itv order of the Hoard. Vcb !iti-t 1-6:19 TIIOS. A.Cl.FAOK, Secretary. Anolber Fre-li Supply of Prngs, AyHICH, added to my old, makes my v V present stock lurge for this mnrlet consisting in part of the following: Oils, l.inlseed, Tanners', Lard and Kentefoot; Pp'ts Turpentinei Copal, Japan nnd Lenther Var nish; Taint, Varnish nndSnsh Brashes; Bit nd eisnnd (irttining Brushes; White Lend, dry nnd in Oil; Zinc in Oil; I'essnries; Oumelnstic tilobes, with and without tubes; Window Olnss, 1.2 by 18; Putty; Glaziers' Dinmonds; . iiies: uranuy, aim Jamaica spirits, lor medicnl uses and many other articles. Will be sold for cash only. )ct 28 WM. BURNS. G. B. THOMPSON & CO., 4'lv'lnnr1f Tt'nn.f WBOUCrtA'B AXD AhTAIL PKALKK8 IN Drugs, iviedicines Chemicals, DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, OIU, Pitlnla and lainftrM' Article., MrnUlii N, W.ihIow i-Iiimn nnd l'ut I, MuNnuuri'. I't rlumt ry, Ac. 41341, Fin Rnnpn, Fine ITnir ana Tooth Bruthe, Paint Jr It &nrnl?al anl Den tot fimtniment. Pure Wintmmd Hrantlien for MeUcal J'us-pute. Fanvft Article, dtc, fo. WITII ALL TUB PATENT O PHOPKIKT A R7 Wrnil.KS OF THE DAY. WK make our purchase! for cash, and ofT-r frondt t-qiially nt tow a they can lie obtnineil from any -imllnr establlKhnif at In ihtu ction. ami warrant' el lo e freth, pure and irenuine. Ordtri pri-mptly 6II(?(J, antT BuiitrHctioo guarantied, with regard both lo nrirt and tiiialltT. P)i.vnifiana' IVncriptioni attended to at all hmirn of the day aird nlRlit. 8epttVly-41fi CI, A II KS Celebrated Flouring Mill. "MINDING and Roltina at a sinele onera V I lion. ineh Stone Price 7S0 will turn out 50 bbls. tier day. 80 ineh Stone rriea tTihi will turn out 40 hhls. tier day. una nun is ins ciien ieai. most mnnie. an- rahleaud compact, requiring less iower, less ttttentioii, and makes a Inrjrer yield and bet tor quality of Flour, than any ol her in use or mr sine, iiiins can ue seen ruuning at Kings ton. We also manuraeture very superior Corn and Feed Mill upon the antue principle If any mnn will furnish me the .power so that 1 can run a 22 ineh pulley 860 times a mill nt e, with 8 inch bam!, 1 will put up the iviiii ami run it. mi nays it lie will furnish m as much Wheat as I can itriud in that time at $1 per bushel and take the Flour at 6 per barrel, I will give him the Mill for the net profits, after paying for the Wheat anil all the expenses of riitiuinir. and leave the Mill in aa good repair as it was at the beeinning. Addree THUS. li. McF.LWKE, Kinreton, Tenn. Reference aa to responsibility: Athens, Chattanooga, and Kingston. fjgf'l'lie above Mills enn also be purchased of - O. L. KINO, Jticeville, Tenn. Jan 18, 1857-ly-lS Singer's Sewing Machines. faillK great reputation of flinger'i Sewing Machines tn rounded on the fact, that they are perfectly adapted to every variety of work, and that each one of them, kept employed, will earn not less than ONS THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR. All person! desiring full and reliable Information about these machines site, prices, modes of puruhns. lug, Ac can obtain It hy applying, hy letter or other wise, for a copy of . J. Sinner A Co' 0'irtte, a henu tiful Pictorial Paper, entirely devoted to Sewing Ma chine interests. It will bo sent gratis. I.rl Atffiil wanted In every town In the United States, to whom liberal Inducements are offered. N. D. e have made arrangements with many edi tors and publishers of newspapers highly profitable and BaUxfHctnry lo them, and wish to malte similar contracts with every new paper and maganlae In the country, For full particulars address 1. M. PINC.KH CO., mar i.T-Sii,-444 828 Broadway, New York. Valuable Property for Sale. rl",IIE subscriber, desirous of returning to I the niercatU.il business, offers for sale his present residenc in the suburbs of Athens, and nhnnt 4BO Aorea of X-aM.xi.crt. the moat of which i. in th. immediate neigh borhpod of town. Th Dwelling Hon. is larga and eotninodtona, and most desirably situated, and th greater portion of th Land is good and well adapted for farming purpo ses. Any person desiring to pnroli.se can obtain bargain hy applying aonn. Term, made aeoommodating. 8. K. KEEDER, A then., Dee. 5, 186-tf-28 Oook Sto've TITR nnderslsned tiM for ..I. a variety ef Cask Ptovea latest and meet approved pattern.. Th. eastlnes ar. beautiful. -Ttia Nooeier State fitore .nd KentHoky ar. cs.l at Cincinnati, Ohl., and Ih. Aul emer is east .t th. Rooavlll. Foulidrv. It. ei.et. I. h.v., In a short tlms, Bonis beautiful Sr. Stove, for b... tin. room.. All who wish to pureh.se a ehe.p .nd good .rttel. Id th. ntov. tin., will do well lo ealf and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. Allien., B.pt !--. h W. VLiCKVYCU Dr. McLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE LIVERPILLS. Tw.M tk beat Preparation rth A(a They are not recom mended as Universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name, pur ports. . The Vermifuge, 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, Sick 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, Pitts 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., Pittsbcbqii, Pa. Sole Proprietor. SCOVIL A MEAD, t.o. Ill Iheitrea street, Kew Orlenns, Genernl holesale Ajienl Tor the Uiiulhern Slates to whutu all order must be iiddressed. Sold by 1'. II. Keitu & Co., Athens, Tenn. Vf M. I5UN8, J. 11. Vattok, Sweetwater, " Hurlky & Johnson, Loudon, 11 J. 11. Maoill A Co., Mouse Creek, " Alexander it McKamy, lienton, " J. A & C.W. Coffin, Mnilisiinvill, " J. M. & J. J. Knox, Charleston. " W II. 4 J M. L'ltAioMitta, Cleveland. Dee 5. 18S6-ly-4'J8 Cedar (irove Hih School, Commencing Monday, Apt U 6 A, ISM. T HE Trustees have completed their arrangement With Mr. II. U. Hbvwimid to tukt eharrr nf this Pchool for the two sessions next ensuing. The fvhool hi located In a pleasant and healthful neighborhood, four miles tfouth-eastof Charleston, llradlcy co., Tenu. Iiatttof Tuition, per Session; 1st Class Orthography, Reading. Penmanship, Pri mary Geography, and Mental Arithmetic ....f6 Sd Class Arithmetic, Ancient and Modern Geogra phy, Knglish Grammar and Modern History 9 8d Class Algebra, Geometry, Purveying, Analyti cal Geometry, Astronomy, Higher Mathematics, Physiology, Latin, Greek and French Languages,.. It Contingent fee 84) eta. No student will be received for a less term than one half session, and no deduction made for lost time ex cept In casei of protracted sickness. Hoard is 20 eta. per day. Jong KIkr, i A. J. Oath, V Trustees. March 27-tM27 John IUmbriort, .tltxoxxm Foundry! HAVING engaged the services of Mr. P. M. KiLOnag, who Is authorised to receive orders and trunnact all buslneitwapiwrtaiiiing to the Foundry, any person wanting information In regard to Machinery, Ac, will be attended to by calling at the Foundry. Allans, July ll,1856-tf-4u7 0. ZIMMERMAN. O-rocorloai, WE are prepared to furnish plantation .tipplte.of every kind, and would Invite the attention of merchanta and others to our stock, which will .t .If times he eoniplete, and eousist. In part,. t present, of the fiillowing article. : fit) hhils Hurar; 400 bags Coffee; 1M10 hags Hall! DOO harrels Halt ; 800 bnaes Htar Candles; fiO harrels M hiskevt 100 pieces llagging; . tOO half plecea llagglng; 800 " 46 Inch Hagglng; 600 colls Iti.pe; tcgrlher with allother articlea usually krpt in such estsblsh nienta. JOIINPON, 1I0IINK t CO., Aug 8-tf Cor. Broad .nd Market st... Nastivtlls. Threshers ! WOULD just Inform .11 who wish t. buy Thresher for the coming season that they should call a.d give, In their orders, aa It la time they were going on, and) that I am prepared to niak. a favorable .rrsgrmenk with .11 who wish to buy. 8. K. KtfcDklt, Athens, Jan. S, '67-lf Tf'siT ItWF.IVKD nr. Parker's r.la Paa ace.; Stark's Indian Paver and Agu. Remedy,, .n external application infalihle; Macauha and Pcotca Pnurf; Hay. I.lolment; Arabian Liniment; Steel an4 Qllt Pens; Putty and Window Glass snil for salr hy march 1 WU. BUltN8. Notice. Orrioi EastTihn.i1 Ga. Ranltoin Co. Athene, June V8, 1 8I1. f NOTICE I. hereby Pven that on and after the fir.t dayof July next, no charge will h made, or compensation received for th transportation of specie or bank hill in th hand of owners or 'heir agent in passing over this road, nor will thi company be ao. oountable for any loss or damage that may neeur in th transportation of specie or bank hills, nor will this enmpany or their agent reeeive for transportation or otherwise Ink in ohnrge any specie or bank hill cither for transportation or in trust for safe keeping and delivery, R. 0. JACKSON, Superintendent Transportation. July 4-ly 1 Premium Jack. THK Premium Jack, DICK BRADLKT, will stand th ensuing .ea.on at my plan, talion on Little Tennessee Itiver, Monro county. For Jennet Insurance. I'asttirag will h furnished at 10 eta, par wtek. anil feed at S1.00 per week. Dick Bradley in th largest Jack in East Tennessee; has taken tha first premium at every Fair at which h has bsen exhibited at Knoxvill in 1 864; at Loudon in 186S, and at Knoiville th satu year, 0. M. MoOHEK, . Rivr Sid, Jan 80, 186ft-UJ-4K PRPPKR, Splee, Ginger nd ftnda, Just opened .nd fors.l.b. Itat SiUQttN U0K6ir.