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r ..... r-.ruUicSquart, T ivni'iTi.-1-l I V i"rm their friends t tlia public gens'" - , -. . and just in receipt of one 0"" ,ort!!"$V!r d Summer Goods r.y this town. Therais no mie wWhvfUiB fM ju,t lIlUw.yi take i abouy wjo wi do than the faTr lo i tV Jo not Hena lt "ee9ry 10 , Jls and will onlv mention a few ar ,nt. d!iich mar ba found among their large t,c'efendid tock, such aa Silks, Tisanes, 5"$ee, Challis, Jaeonetts. Lawns Muslins, Villains, IVinU. Ribbona, Laces, Trimmings, a. rr iliinff Iia in the line of Ladies sres (ioods. For the rougher portion of liod a creation, thev nave idioms, nmnrer Tweeds, Kersevs, Linens, Cottonales, Vast ings, Ht of all descriptions, Boots and Shoes, and everj thing else worn bj man io this fait age. Also, GROCERIES Sugar, Coffee, Molas ses, 4c., to. Now, thy not only have tha Oooda, but 4fio ,m ,t Aii.cifiinil in sell them lower than anybody, for Cash, or in exchange, for ap proved Country l'roduce. Uive them a can ana examine meir hock. They don't charge nam red for showing their Goods. April 84. 18S7 New Store and New Goods. fpiIE undersigned beg leave to inform their L friends and tha public generally, tl.at they are now receiving ana opening a AC.iV and splendid stock of Spring and Summer Goods! at the old atand of V. IL Dallew. Their atock consists, in part, of LADIES DRESS GOODS I Silks, Tissues, Bareges, Jaeonetts, Lawns, Ac GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS I Cloths, Cassimers, Tweeds, Linens, Ac., eta. Also, a large stock of Ready-Made Cloth. Ing, Knots and Shoes, lints and Caps, Hard ware, Queensware, GROCERIES I Drugs and Dye-Stuffs. In fact, every article usually kept by merchants to all of which they invite the public to examine. They are determined not to lie luiuersold, as they think the system of Quirk Salet and Short Profit is the best, both for the enstomer and the mer chant. Give them a call and examine Goods and prices. They charge nothing for show ing Goods. DEADERICK A LOWRY. Athens, April 10, 1857-tf-446 Land Sale. In the Comity Court of Meigt county, Tenn. John 'Wamack, Adm'r of Joseph Wamack, deceased, . John George and wife, and the other distribu tees of Joseph Wamack, deo'd. IN obedience to an order and decree of the County Court of Meigs county, Tennessee, in this cause, at the May term, 1857, of said Court, 1 will soli to the highest bidder, on the premises, on Saturday, the 27th day of June next, on a credit of one and two years, except the sum of seventy-live dollars, which will be required to be paid on the day of sale, the following described LANDS mentioned in the pleadings, of which tha said Joseph AVaniaeK, died, seized aud possessed of, to wit: Situated in the fourth fractional town el lip, third range, West of the meridian line, in the l'.tth section, and the North-east and North-west quarters of said section, begin ing on t he North-east corner on the top of the McMinn Ridge, at a corner made between the snid Joseph Wamack and Thomas G. Bon licr, on n post-oak and hickory tree; thence west with a marked line to a atake; thence South 144 poles to a stake; thence East with the diviiliug line of said section to the top of the McMinn Ridge to a stiike marked out by the said Joseph Wamnck and John C. George; thence North with the meundera of the Mo Minn Ridge to the beginning corner con taining '216 acres. Note with approved secu rity will bo required for purchase money, and lien retained upon tha Land until all is paid. JAMliS A. HOWSER, Clerk, Per N. J. I.ii.i.Anu, D. C. , May 6, 18 j?-td-pra fee l'J-451 Valuable Laud for Sale. 'I'MIE subscriber offers for sale his valuable .1 KAKM, lying in the 2d District, Meigs county, on the lliwatsee River, ten miles be low Culliotin. The trnat contains about 600 acre, lot) of which are under cultivation the bulatico is well timbered, and a portion of it adapted to cultivation. There are about 40 acres bottom land. There ia an excellent water power, with fall enough for Mills or other uinchinery. It ia all well watered. There is on the premises a comfortable Dwell ing, Burn and outhouses. If not previously sold, I will offer the above nt public sale, on the premises, on Friday, the 1 8th day of July next. Tkrms: One-third cash the balance, with interest, in one and two vests. T. J. MATTHEWS. May 1, 1857-td-449 Valuable Farm foi Sale. fpilE subscriber wishes to sell his FARM J on which he resides. It contains X40 ACRES about ISO of which are well im proved, the balance is well timbered. It is situated about three miles North west of Kioeville Depot, McMinn county, and is well watered. There is a good Dwelling House on the premises, Kitchen, good Double Barn, nd a hrt rate Orchard in fact, it is one of the most desirable Farme in the country,- as there is no more healthy location anywhere. Persons winning to purchase are requested to call nnd look at the Lauds and improvements. ti?" As the subscriber intends moving to the West., if he does not sell before the iit day of Atwi't next, he will on that day offer the above FARM at puMio sale, on the prem ises, to the nighest bidder. J A3. P. ALLEN. McMinn county, April 24, 18S7-td-448 Schenectady Agricultural Works M , N U K A(Tl R E IMPROVED RAILWAY HORSE POWERS, THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS. COM BIN Kl TI1RKSHER8 AND WINNOWERS, CLOVER IIUI.LKRS AND CLEANERS, WOOD SAW IMJ MACIllKEN, do. T Huh undersigned having been twenty vears en if need in building various kinds of Horse Powers and Threshing Machines, feel confident, from past experience, and the nu merous testimonials they are receiving from all parts of the country of the superiority of their machines, that they ean give satisfac tion to all who may favor them with orders. Our Horse Powers are made strong, and so geared that It requires the team to travel only about 1 J miles por hour to thresh dry gram, thereby making it suitable to work either hnr.es or ent ile on them. : Our Threshers ami Threshers and Winnow era are so constructed aa to discharge all the f rain and dust through the machine, and not 11 to the feeder's face as ia usual with other kinds. The Thresher and Winnower has revrlr ing wire separator, which does its work more perfectly than on 11 he dona in any other way. The Separator (Riddle) haa a' fork straw shaker, which shakes the grain out of the straw as it paises from the Thresher. Wo warrant these machines to suit the pur chaser upon trial, or they ean ba returned end tha money refunded. . - O. WEST1NOH0USE A CO. , f These machines will be for sale in Athena as soon as they ean he brought out ly .learner. S- K. REEDER, Agent. . April 8, 18BT-tM45 Threshers. TWOTTDD Inform persons wanting Threshers that I We several dlOVrtnt styles of Horse Powsrs, inch , I think ennui. If not .'ipc rlor, is anvtn ths cimntrr. "!i."l.IM"t ny Ihlnfol the kind .III call at Ihs A.,ens Foul Iry where Ihs machines can ks . TvL Is a nut ssvimr la persoas purchaslna where thrrianh "f the u.e of (he paiterns In esse any pari iPXAUo io m. thus. 'I Mir. suMscrmer is now receiving a new L stock of ELEGANT PIANOS from the oldest and most responsible manufactories of the rorth, among which are 7 octave Plain Center Pianoa; 7 " Carved " " 7 - Half-carved" " 6 " Plain, 8 round corners; i " Plain M " 7 Grand Piano, very heavy toned. Also, the Bndoir Piano. Also, the celebrated Corrugated Sounding DoarOK, ol lioardman, uray A (Jo., which are bocoraing so vastly popular in Europe as well aa America. All Piano warranted to give satisfaction, or no sale. Also, just received, a large selection of Piano Mune Songs, Polkas, Waltzes, Varia tions, Ac, etc.; Guitars and Strings; superior Melodians; Harmoniums; ,1'iano fa tools and Covers. Pianos tuned and repaired. Tha subscriber refers to the following gen tlemen who have purchased of him, and who - ... 1 11 .f .1 can lesmy aa 10 me excellence 01 inese in ctrumente: Col. W. S. Callaway, Riceville.Tenn. Hon. J. C. Gatit. Cleveland, Hon. H. Ferguson, Selina, Ala. Dr. Harrison, Loudon, Tenn. Mai. L. R. Hurst, Mouse Creek, " Dr. W. R. Hurley. London, Col. R. B Brabson, Chattanooga, " J. Burt, Esq., Knoxville, Wm. Beale. Esq., Murphy. N. C. Dr. R. II. Hodnden. Sevierville. Tenn. 8. F. Rowen, Eiq , Monroe county, " T. J Campbell. Eeq.. Cleveland, " W. C. McLin. Esq., Loudon, " Col. P J. Weaver, Sclma, Ala. Hon. H. W. Maseni;ale,Chattanooga,Tenn, Col. D. A. Tibbs, Concord, ' Benjamin Chandler, Esq., Chattanooga, " Maj. J. Mee, Bradlevcoiintv, R. R. Cleaveland, Esq., Philadelphia, " J. L Hopkins, "Esq , Chattanooga, " Maj. J. Johnson, Sweetwater, Augustus Cooke, Esq., Chattanooga, " Rev. Mr. Bradshaw. " " T. K Warnacutt. Esq., " R. N. McEwen, Esq., Athens, " These insti Minents ara for sale at Athens and Chattanooga. IL G. COOKE. Deo 5, 185n-tf-428 To Cotton aud Woolen Manufac turer, nan Road Companies. ?Ia chfniala. and General Dealer. meACHINK BKLTING. for Gins, Threshers Mill. XV JL Factories, ., c, maile from best whole hide Leather curried, riveted, stretched and cemented at our works In Newark, N. J. All widths, 1 to X4 inches, and of warranted suallty. Picker and Lace Leather; Calf and Sheep Holler Skins; Roller Cloth: Itoller Brush es; Loom Ilusters; Pickers; Stripping Cards; Riut Trav ellers; and a variety of Factory Kin. line.. Bole Leath er of every description; Knsli.h, French, and Ameri- can Calf Skins; Lining and Hindlne Skins; Shoe Pegs; Lasts: Boot Trees; Pea Jacks. Ac, Ac and a general assortment of Bool and Shoemakers' Findings; ling Skins; Sheep Skins, and Morocco Pklns. Harness Leather; Bridle, Skirting and Belt Leather; Patent and Enamelled Leather aud (.namelled Cloths. SUM), A general assortment of Kaddlerr Hard ware, (oucli Hardware, and Coach Trinimlnir. springs, axies, siaiiennieunsiings, Bands, Bolts, Screws, rellnes, Huhs, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Moss, Csrled Hair, Oil and Brussels Carpets; Varnishes, Sand Paper, Ac, Ac. For sale low at our H houtait saddlery niirrninuet. 8IIKRMAN, JF.SSCP k CO., No. 4S Broad slrvet, Angitld, Ca. HAKRAL, NICHOLS A CO., Corner of Ilasel and Meeting sts.. Charlettnn, S. C. BKTTS. NICHOLS A CO.. Oct 84-1 y-m No. 99 Liherty street, Nrw Tort. Land Sale. In the Countu Court of Jleigt county, Tenn. George P. Owens, Adm'r of the estate of Ti- denoe U uenton, oec a, vt. Mary Benton, and Benton, minor heir of snid lutence U lienton, aeienuea oy his Guardian ad litem, Mary lienton. I JS oheilience to an order and decree of the County Court of Meigs countv, Tennessee, in this cause, at the May term, 1 857, of said Court, I will sell to the highest hid.'er. on the premises, on the 19th day of June next, upon a credit of one, two and three years, in equal instalments, except the sum of one hundred dollars, which will be required to be paid uown on oay oi sine, wie lonowiog uesennea LANDS mentioned in the plesdiniis, of which the said Tidence L. lienton died, seized and possessed of, to wit: One hundred and sixty acres of Laud in snid county of Meigs, it be ing the North westquarterof section twenty nine, township first, range second. West of the meridian line, in the lliwassee district.- Note and approved security will be required for unpaid portion of purchase money, and a lien retained upon the Land until all ia paid. IAair-S A. IIUttSMl, Cleric, Per N. J. Lillabd, D. 0. May 1857-td-pre fee n-4(il Chancery Sale. PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at Kingston, made at the April term, 1867, in the cause, John W. Harrison, Adm'r, Ac, against James F. Harrison and others, 1 will proceed at the Depot of tlie East Tennessee fc Georgia Rail Road Co., in the town of Loudon and county of Roane, on Friday, the 19th day of June, 1857, to sell at piiblie sale, to the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve and eighteen months, (except the sum often percent, on t he amount bid, which is required to be paid down at the time of sale,) the NEGRO SLAVES mentioned in the pleadings of said cause, belonging to the es tale of John Harrison, dee'd, viz: Dick, Vail, Minty, Judy, Jinn, Mary Jane, Manilly, Jim, Peter, Martha, Silvey, Green, America, and Daniel. Bonds with approved security, hearing interest from date, will be required of the purchasers. Saltf between the hours of I'l and 1 o'clock P. M., on the day above mentioned. i THOMAS N. CLARK, C. 4 M. May 8, 18.17-td-prs fee 7-4S0 riEDUCED Through Rates of Freight From NASHVILLE to K.UXV1LL,E, i AND STATIONS ON THBj Kaet Temieeee and Georgia Rail Bond. SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses (in barrels,) Tobacco (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Rope and Cordage, Fish, Cheese. Soap, Siar and Tallow Candles, White Lead, Bar Lead (in kega and boxes.) Pig Lead and Shot (in kegs.) Liquors (in barrels and casks,) Crockery Ware (in oratea and casks,) per 100 Ihs., ,"CK No article entitled to this rate except those specified above. Shot and Lead in bundles, nnd bottled Liquors will he charged the regular local rates of eaoh Rond. All Goods from the Western cities and New Orleans, for Knoxville and Stntiona on the East Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road, will he forwarded free of commission when con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road, at Nashville, dray age only charged, which has been contracted for at 74 cents per ton of 3000 lbs. Every package must have the name of the Stslionsol delivery plainly marked on it. . Roada will not he responsible for ordinaav leakage of Liquors, Oils or Molasses, and wifl only pay for deficiency of contents when paokages show marka of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamers and Drav age will be mailed to consignees from Nash ville, allowing, also, the time of arrival and departure of the goods. R. O JACKSON, Snp't F-ast Tennessee A Georgia Rail Road. March 8, 1857-tf-44l McEwen & Gillespie UAVE received and opened their Fait and Winter Uooda, and rs.peclfulljr invite attention lo litem. October , '64 J. T. &. WM. n. W00TT0.Y, Steoe on t Wootom t iuOcnray,) Commission Merchants, Cottoa AraniM 1.CO, iA., T A J 1I-L pay strict attention to all consignments from y y Korthea tteorgim and Tennessee. And If prompt returns deserre any credit they ho e to share a portion, at least, of the puhlic patronage. usance made oo foods io store, if desired. JOSH. T. WIIOTTOS WILLUM a. WUOTTUX marcn Il-ly-444 TOHIsJ II. IiBUTY, WITH Jacob Mayer & Co., aAacrACTcaaas axd waousiu nuutas IX C L O T II I IV O ! Clothing Warehouse, No. 6S North Third street, (.Settee) Arch and c'AVrry,) PHILADELPHIA, PA. Till undersigned call the attention of East Tennes see Merchants to their large and varied stock of most approved fashions, which cannot fail lo five sat isfaction to all who purchase them. We respectfully solicit a thorough examination of our stock by Merchants Tuning Philsdtlphia. hefore making Mf.r''foi44iiff. inaue ud in the iMt.t .n.i Feb x7-tM40 atax. wnuca w. c. aoaiaw.i Wallace & Robinson. General Commission Merchants, mud raiLgas ia TENNESSEE PltODUCE, Atlanta, Uroraria, WILL give special attention to the sale of Baron, Lard, Flour. Whiskey. Tobacco. Ac. Consien. ments respectfully solicited. Preiu tit attention i Iven to Cash orders. Agents for the sale of Stearnes k Marvin's Fire-Proof oa es. miir So-I t-s-25 a. a. bkiuiex. Bearden & Francisco, .. a. rajixcisco. phouici: AND COIIMISSIO.-N IVIorolinntss, .n.net.w okoiigi.i. f 'LL n commission Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, yy Oats, Fi athera, and Tenneasee Produce gener ally. Persona .Miming to us can rely noon prompt returns. B''rto Merchants and Citlsensof Knoxville; Mor gan k Co., Jo. Edwards, Jaa. C. Luttrrll, Comptroller, Nashville; T. J. Campbell. Cleveland; Kit-hard C.J nek son, Athens; LoprA Kmith, Kichard B. Campbell, Ben. Chandler k Co., (Aattanooga. Kb io-tr-:9 wsrsoa a. coon. I Jisraa a. atiLsr, . f SAUCEL O OOODallALL. Latt of Giiiiulmro', T'nn 100KK. liAILDY & WnOLFSLB rrRtl.VRai l to., BOOTH. S II OUS. llntM, Caps, llonnela, Ac, AO. 4, South Side I'uhlic frjnurt, IMII ll ir. Tin ORDER'S carefully ailed, and goods promptly for wrded. rfe 12-W4i9 P. D. GATES. PnootTF A!n ( nnniMinx AXerobant, No. I! Broadway Civ York. DEALER In Agricultural Implements and Machine ry. Sole Agent for the sale of WheeVr tl.iirk CVs Horse Powers and Threshers; Conihinrd Thresh ers and Winnowers and other machines, in East Ten nessee. Also, General Agent for their sale in the South ern .'tales. Orders nroinnllv executed for mi Vl,l nf Machinery or Merchandise. r,n,i..n,ni. r all kinds of Southern Produce. Jan lu-lv-434 Robertson, Hudson k Pulliam, uroaTsu akd jobbsrs or 3H5T G- O O 3D S, No. J9 Murray and 93 Warren streets, Corner ( Church ttreet, "w Vnrk. aicmao a. aosBBTSog, anamr w. plxlum, CHaaUtS C. Hriwoa, WILLIAM O. B.tKKIN. I Irotnia. (jf N. Carolina. rLKlSiNT M. eailOHILBS, 1 Bran n'D. h'slhatii, lo TenneMrt, Julia a. CBAioniLts, ) Aug '."J-ly-414 MORRIS , W. R. HaBRIB. II. B. MORRIS & CO.. (Successors to HorrU d ItaUhette) wholksam: uhockhs ASO Commissi on -flerrhaiits. Nos. 13 and IS Market street, Oct 1T-Iy-21 IVaaliville, Tenn. BAKER. WRIGHT Si CO.. w lioloanlo Orooors. Aus;ualu. CrorglH, HAVE a heavy stock of leading Orocerles for Geor gia, Alabama and Tennessee trade: .nll. li i...n. signments of H'Aei, 7or, Corn, Bacon, lAlrd, ic. CHA8.BIXKR W. B. 8TAEK JSO.S. Waiolrr. Aug 2-ly-14 III I'D KM AN & CRIFFiN;"- WHOLSSALa AXD IT.tlL UKALERS IX fmrocerir, i'rot tsions, aHtni'ilo Dry Goods. flour, Bacon, liqtmrt. Win, Tolxieeo, Cigar; dte., ....... v. mi, i . nun vireeis, AugM-tf-iu tia( o,;koiu;ia. SRAOO k ABBOTT. EaUililihed iuhunlneie in w. c. MOOHR, Late of Gallatin, Tenn. Atlanta in l-2. Seago, Abbott & Co,, EiYL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, asruriAU-r roa ths sali or TEA'.YESSEK -HOIICE, Atlanta, fieorsrla. IRERAL advances given on consignments, either J by accenlancenr cash. Thev are also r..nt. rr the sale .f French Burr and Native Mill Minn.. v....,. and Cologne; Bolting Cloth, Ac, from the old and well known firm of Morris k Trimble, Bultimore, Mil. Silas C. Herring k Co's Fire and Barglar Proof Safes con stantly on hand st manufacturers prices. Ausms, wan I, ir-.il It will he seen by the above that we have t.v.n inin partnership W. C. Moore, late of Gallatin, Tennessee, and it is with pleasure we make the announcement. We return our sincere thanks toonr old patrons for their very liberal patronage, and bespeak for the new firm a continuance of the same. Very respectfnlly, Ssaoo k Abbott. nYATT, McBURXEY Si CO., otaacT mrnaraas axd wholksals dsalkrs is' 'oreign &DomesticDry Goods, No. 87 Hayne street, Charleston, S. r. BVATT, WM. HAWXI.TINS,. .APOUKTI'SO WTLT, .C1IAS. rOSTUI. ww. a'ntiaser... .a. l. oiLLuns.... June -ly-4(il HARDWARE. couin m:v, tiinmixt.v co., OIKKIT IHPORTKRA Or Hardware, Cutlery, Guus, l'lstols, Ac, io. 85 IIatnf strekt, CHARLESTON, S. C. WILLIAM 0. 0OURTNKT, GILBRET B TINXIST. JAMKS . IVANS. June 17. '88 tf 247 R. M. McPIIFRSON, (Succemor to C. Valines i VrnernonS Main Street Knoxville, Tt'itn., AORNT roa THK SALB OS IIrn tirunt I1 1 1 1 n, llnswrll, t'urt- rlirlit mill Sylvan .Mtlla Milrtinw. Georgia Osnabenrs and Yarns; Tobacco, Queensware. Hurkets, Tubs, 4c, Ac. 7rm.- Four months. July SO-ly-SoS rILLILANDS.HOWEL&CO.. lirtECT IMPORTKRS A DRAI.KRS IN oreign and Domestic Dry Goods No. 88 Ilayne street, C1IA It I. E S1tJ ; . r. 1T.B. Bolting Cloths always on hand. WM. H. GILI.ILAND, BIIINRT a. IIOWKLL, W. n, OILLILAND. JAMES QILLILAKD JAM RS 11. NIOIIOIA Oct. S1.18B1 tf 12 J. A. A S 1,12 Y, OFNFRAL Commiaalon and lrorliire lferrl1ant. OIBcs on Broad street, opposite Union Bank, WILL give prompt and personal attention to the sale of Bacon. Iird. drain. Flour. Cottnn. and all articles of Merchandise consigned lo him. Also, to the forwarding of Goods for the Interior and Northern markets al the customary rates. Liberal advances, ei ther In cash or by acceptances, made on articles in store or when bills of lading arcompsny drafts. nsFKBRHCRx: naker, Wilcox ACo.; M A H. Wilkinson; C. Fargo, "Cashier." Augusta. Oa. Hand. Willi. m. a Wilcox; Thot, Trout k Co., Charleston. 8. C. Wm. Dun can; Paddelfnrd, Fay k Co.; F. T. Willis. HsTSnnah, (l. Rlurges, B. nnelt A Co., New Tnrk. J. C. Wilson A Co.: D. ainarl k Son, Baltimore. Wood k Low. New Orleatia. B. Welbnrn, Dalton. Ga. Grenvllle A P.mnl. That. tanooga. Tenn. Bearden, Son A Co.. Knoxville. Tenn. K. Reeder, Athens, Tenn. W. flhapard A Co.; Berrv Dcmeville, Nashville, Tenn. (Nov. 4, 'M tf Oil loilNSON, ifORNB Si CO., Corner of Broad snd Maraet streets, Kaahvillr, Tenn., WILL give prompt attention to reeelvlng.storlng, purchasing, selling or shinning Cotton. T.h... eo. Wheat, Corn, Flaar and Bacon, and will also devote especial attention to receiving, storing and forwardiar merchandlseof every description. Our facilities In point af room and eonvenleneeare squaltoanylntheclty, Auf8-1-4U "V7", O. WITT, l Lai of Atm, Jc.,) W1TU S. B. & J. D. STODDARD, (Suoeeuon lo IT. StvdJard suLSas is Boots and Shoes, Corner of Meeting and Hayne streets, April lO-tf-446 I barle.ton, S. C. v. r.Lowa a. a. aica. Lowe & Rice, Auction Si Commission Merchants AMD sSjf.vKi.ifc rnouicE ve.il Ens, Corner of Loyd and Alabama streets, Atlautu, S-eorgiu. ConslgnmenU solicited. march 2T-1y-44 WILCOX, HAND & AXSLEY, . (Isii Sit", WUcor Co. W uolosialo O-r'oorai, OS Broad street, luusla,(;a, HAVING made large additions to our Store, we keep constanllv on hand a ia ge stock of Sugar. I 'of- e, if'Wfse, SUt, Iron, A'uii. Totntcco, Cim, Tea, otiugtng, oe,Nnd every omer article usually kept by the trade; iurluding a large stock of Liquor. Alteon signmentsof Protuc will have our prompt attention. J.BJ. HAXD, XIW TOSS. J. S. WILCOX, I D.n.AS.-LXT, I ----- IOAA Bars Rio and Laguira ConVe; awa 4 t W 75 hags Old ISnvirnmcnt Java Coffee: Pdi hhds. Porto Itico and New Orleans Sugar: SOObbls. A, B and C, Clarified do; 10O " Crushed 8.packagrs Loaf loo hbls. choice Syrup; ' l,.Vio kevs Nails, assorted slses; oo hoxs A tunantine nnd Sperm Candles ; 8oo boxes Soap and Starch; loo kegs Sodi ; ao boxes Tobarco, all grades; 100,000 Cigars; Soo colli. Red Cord and Plow Line. ; For sale lo hy WILCOX, II AND k ANSI.EV, A.lgyj-ly-414 Augusta. C,a. W. E. HALL, .11. 1). ATIIRNH, TKNN., W11,1, iT attention to the practice of Medl VT cine. niHp. South of the Uridire. January Sil, I sriT. , WM. W. ALKX.NDCR. M. D., (Late of Rmtrlrillt, Tenn.'i HAMNO remove, I to ATHENS fr the purpose of practicing Medicine. Surgery, Ol..lnrie, ,,rt Dental Surgery, may he found at his office (Cleaire's yellow huihlit.g. near the Court.hoi,...! Vi. dence In the si end of twn, known as the Cri.i.. house, when not professionally absent. Jan 2-1 v M. R. 3MY. 51. D.. SURGEO.X AM) PHYSICIAN, ATHENS. TENN' rJESPECTFL-l.l.V tenders his professional V services to the nublie. tan. 1 4. I i ... 22 DR. J. L. Phys: till en , Trim. ITT'''l'nli entire attention to the practice of ' Medicine. Office South of the IlrWge. faugR DR JAITES B TAYLOR, A Til EX. TEXXESSEf' XXTII.Mierenfteririve his wlmleattention I ' to the Practice of JIP() ininsi June 8, 1858 tf W. n. & R. COLLINS. Associate Traveling Dentists Address. Sulrih ur Spring; Julyl3-tf It lie a county, Tenn. tiro, broww. JutiwneiW, 7Vw. 1. . CVXIXX, AthmM. 7n UKUUA tV HMJliF Attorneys ,t AMI SOLICITORS .V CII.1.VCEIIY. TT7"II.L practlceln theClmncerv and Circuit Courts V in the counties of Monroe. McMinn p.,it ... ley. Velgs, Knaneand lllount, and in the Supreme and .vmC... win, a i ivuoxvuie. Jan J-tf-4;l5 WILLI" LOWRV, A. ttornoy a,t Xj ni-lt Athena, Tenn. W, 480 IV. Jones Hicks. W 1 1 o x- ri o -v n t Ta.-vjtr. Jan 3-tf Kladioonville, Trim. 4-12 FR.1XK. S. -A. ttornoy IIILE, Alliii. Ti'un Office op stairs In the Court-house. reptl9-ly-4l9 J.liJX.li;i. Si CALDWKLL, -ta. Txoriioys e. t Alliens, Tenn. aaTngr.4ARi.intg , April io-tf-!H8 Iiaw, .A.CALBWE1.L. GX.O.I7. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. IJRACTlCESin thedilferont c.unt.icseom. posing the Third Judicinl Circuit will attend to the colleitlinir and securing of claims nd will give his undivided attention to all busine88eiitriisted to his care. March 2. 184'J tf 28 otd house, !lacon, tin. Tnt? House is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public, and particularly for those having business to transact in M icon, as It is central. H. P. RKOIIINO, Proprietor, inarch 2T-tf-M B. F. DENiS, Superintend1!. TKM.1CO IIOUSE, Telliro Plains Trim., ts now open for the reception of Travelers, march M-ly-442 J. OGDEN. WlilTFUOIJ) noisi:, D ALTON, GA. rpiIK undersigned takes this method of Informing the traveling puhlic aud others wishing hoard or lodg. Ing, that he has purchased the largo White House, known as the hilfleld House." formerly occupied hv K. R. easseen, ami is now In charge of the same and prepared to accommodate all who may call upon him. His table will be furiiMird with the best that the market affords. April 8-lj-lS ,M. C. M.Wil IS. DECATTJIl IIOTKIi. riMIK subscriber has taken this House, Decatur, Ten a ncssee, formerly kept by Mr. Lilian!, and respect rtilly snlicils a share of the public custom. He assures the public that he will keep the riirbl sort of a house tbnt his table will be supplied with the best the country affords. his stable well supplied .tilb provender, and that every effort will be made on his pirl In render nil com fortable who may call. Kulir. II. LLTTKELL. march 6, !S5T-tf-441 BAnilETT HOUSE, 4'linrli-Nlon, Toiin. fW'llEsuhscrlher respectfully gives notice that he a n1 """"'open for the reception of Travelers and Boarders. He gives assurance tbnt no effort will te spared to render comfortable all who mnv favor him wiih their patrojiage. (JaiiJ 8. B. DAKItETT. UniDQEg II 0 XJ 13 33. Fllllr. above namtd House, situated within a short V distance of tl.e Athens llepot. is no open for the recepilon of travelers. Persons traveling on the East Tennessee and flrorgta Hail Hoad, nod stopping at Athens, will Hud this llnuie moreconvenienllv situated than any other. The subscriber pledges himself lo no his utmost exertions to give satisfaction, and to render comfortable all who msv favor him with their patron "" (Athens, llecia-tf-tao A.f. MtllidEP. STFRI.ISU HVIPR Svrol MKtfR. jjamaii HOUSE, (Formerly tWcmin Iloune,) Knoxville, 'I'm neasrr. I. A v 1 1; , I'roprlctora. IJ'J; Pr'atita Lisivr, late of the Lanier House, i ""' ""and S wrung LtsivR, late of Tuakr. ge, Ala., will be hsupr t meet all friends and cntom. era at the Limnr linn,,., where they have ample nc. commodalions for 2n persons. Nov T-lf-4'JI STOKTEg HOUSE, MM-e,Mf corner of Public Spiare, M'KIMJ Vt.AClU M Oltf.l A. THK subscriber having removed from llenlon.Ten nessee, has taken charge of the above llnnse, ii ".1" Prepared In accommodate the traveling public. He pledges himself that by attention and a due TVT f"r""' comfort and tastes of his guests, they shall he cared for and furnished with the best II,. ,. try affords. Kor i-tMSl W. W. 8TONK. liDUTT'S HOTBIi, mmo I., no, Tt-.yy. rllll( well known House has been newly filled np with bedding, furniture, Ac. Thenndersigned has taken charge nf it, and In announcing hlmselr fnr the public patronage asks the tre, to ha tested hy Its frnli," ,ni pledges hlfli.elf, hy an assidtions attention snd a due ,rr',,irI. comfort and tastes of his guests, thev shall he eared for and furnished with the best the conn try affirds. He has nlsn connected with the honse the large stable, sheds and lot, of Messrs. Taylor, Uridges k Co., and will he prepnred In that line. Jatill-fll-!!Sl w. M. ALEXANDER, Proprietor. CRUTCIinnisD IIOXTSE. IMMEDJ ATKLY Al TttK DEPOT, 1 1'SUtauooirn, Trim. Aug II if-aaa T CIIUTCIIFiri.n. Aug. 17-tf-0 I'BursiSToa. Notice to Shippers of Freight TaAsaniRTATtos DsrASTmsi E.Ttxx.A Ga. R. R.Co. I Athens, ept., 155. f FTIIIIS Company willdellverauy Freights received In- ax. to their Depots, in a reasonable time, at the tei minus of their Road si Dalton to the owners or their agents (not ours.) they paying charges as per tariff and receiving the freights on day of at rival at Dalton. This Company does not proMe either to store freights or deliver to the Western A Atlantic Rail Road, uulesslhe owners have made arrangements with said Road to re ceive the same. Cars cannot be detained beyond a few hours for transhipment or storage. Fn making shipments as shove evervfacUitvtn the H.w,n.i meoracersni me company will be extended to shippers. Beyond the end of their rails tlsey have Hv mu.i a-,e n re-Hinsim MIT. 'eb 1-tf K. C. JACKSON, Sup't Transportation Tfsx iti'.t iiVFi; 8 halt boxes B hy 10 WinJow Class 11811s. 1'uttri 1 Mil. Piaster. MEDICI XKS. Fowler's Solution .inieJniee. Balsam Toll ; Cerate Cantharides ; Flax-seed ground ; Nut Galls; Gal banuni strained Lintseed Hil-preparej lor tneiiical nee ; Oil of Rhodium : Tarrant's Apperient. IXSTRUMEVTa Paint Brushes brassHed-pns Tc-0."n,'!:- ., . , lE"r"nd T""' pJr!n- lute Btistle gr nd;1 ires glass and metal. PAINTS. White Lead and Zinc; Scarlet; A nd many other articles too tedious lo men tion. All staple Medicines on hand. Kov2!. WM. BURNS. Prrniiuni Cookin-Storrs. A,Trlvf,!',,;';n,il:nm''",' fhe cele bv mT,. J"':m J v'"r,".ns.nfc,red hy Moffctt A Shle.ls, Knoxville, Tenn. These Stoves hii,'y"i.7,r!'"r1 r r !,"T c";ki'-a'"vein the Union for funvtrieJ BnJ h"iH"- rh'f ""'ebeen Willi the Stovt tm f th fr.n.t-' ia r:,nn"eJ,.,"!t"''! on'c""-e boiler: two dripping IHter- '"I'"'"' P""'! " Pie pan,; one hookjnnj , . "iron, iwo iryes; one Iron nealer, one tin dinner! nn, n..... . . Irnn. .1 ti...Z ..' . " l.'airwame u n i 1 -'""""vepi,;oneelhi Hnx. Parlor, or any description of Sl.,ee fr chtirchea,school-houses,Ac.,from lttc st ;oneelhowplpe. stores. "a J. M. II ENDER.iON'. A T H E N SFo UNDRY Asn I IIK ""''scriber would res.ecifllv an. I nouncc to the citiw,,, 0f Athens and the public g-nernllv. t bnt he is now in operation and prepared to do of every description in his line, and would therefore solicit orders from nil those who niav want anything of the kind. He is now cnstinifand has for sale dif ferent eizos of the Olohe, or Air-tight Cooli Stoves, furnished compl.-te; various iiizes of Pal lor, Nine Plate. Chamber. Ollioe and Sl.n., Stoves. Also, Hollow Wore; Wnllle Irons PloiiL'hs, riirht and lft hnnd. Also, the Kiltrore Spirn or Incline 'H'ntor-Wbei-I, nhii'h will saw from two in fl !..,. snnd feet per day. A II kinds f 3VT V. C XX IM-TlTi ace- fitted tipiu the best nnd niostdurable manner, n. ,i.ii eiiiui Illillfe. Also, Iron Rnilineof everr description. tie is also prepared to do oil kinds of jjrnsscasiing. Thebiirhest Cash price will be paid for r "- U. ZIMMIiliMAN r. o. mere is connected with the Works an excellent Pattern Maker, so tbnt persons n inning cneungs can nave patterns made to UIIIIT. Q J Athens. Tenn., July 18,185ft tf W nmov.tr. Saddle, Bridle and Harness 3Vt7vivj"Tjr'JrvcTori.T". HVf Side of tht I'uhlic lipid re. THE subscriber would return his sincere thanks to the public generally fr the very liberal patron age he has received. and hopes by strict attenlion to bnitiess to merit a continuance of the same He has Just returned from 1'liilsdelphio wilh a good stock of materials, which enal.ble. hjm to manufacture any article In his line with promptness and despatch. d T, I" o '".'.V!"' Knamelled Leatberof allcolors, Pad kins. Bridle Ihts. Stirrup Irons, and various other articles, for sale low down for cash lie keep. co-,,ivon h,n, HfnnA Kn,nr,mentot Paddles, llridles, W bipp. e. Please call be 'nreptirchas. Ing e sewhere.on the Square, b-lween Gibson's and Valuable Property for Sale. TAM offering for snle my home place a very desirable property consisting of about SO acres of choice Land, in cood con ditionon which there are a comfortable nnd roiimv Dwelling Hons.-, Kilehen.Smoke house, cood Burn and Stable, Ac, nnd a selection of choice bearing Fruit Trees. Also, lfiO acres of Lund, situate in tlteAVest side of McMinn county; an unimproved Lot in the town of Chai'le'ston, Bradley county, adj.iinitiir the Rail Road Depot Lot; and a number of unimproved Lots situate between the town of Athens nnd the Rail Road Depot. Terms to be ngreed upou. , . , . A. D. KEYE3. Athens, Jan 16, 1857-tf134 Threshers! Threshers! fltAVK received an Agency for the sale of the Threshers and other Agricultural Implements man ufactured hy Kichard II. Pease, at Albany, New Vork. A sample of the two and one horse Threshers, and Horse Powers, has been received, and all those wishing to buy Threshers this season are requested to call and examine them before purchasing elsewhere. Come In at once and examine them, anil if you like the ma chines, the terms, and the warranty, give me your or ders, that I may get them here before harvest. I will alsa sell orders for I?bw Mills, drain Cradles, Corn Shellers, Plows, Ac, a sample of which can be seen at the Ware-room, pear the llepot. I am also agent for the sale of J. Cotton k Co's su perior Wheat 1'ans. Orders for Threshers and Grain Cradles should he sent in before first of March, to get here In time for harvest. Jan 10 JAS. M. HENDERSON. Slrnwfutlers, A- Corn & Cob Cruahera. "H"t"ST reccl ed. a lot of these eelehrnted Machines, V from the mannracinrv of Miller, Wlngate 4 Co., Louisville, Ky. Call nnd examine them. Por sale by (Nov 21 . W. ROSS, Agent. Hard rmra Come .tsnin. .Va .More rBlllOSE indebted to me. either by note or account, will save cost by calling ami rellllng Immediately, as money I need and must have. I menu what I say, Jan 8U O. W. llOiiH. Howard Association, PltII.Alr.t.PHIA I.VPO n TA S T A XXO I XCEUEXT. 'pO nil persons afllirtcd with Sexual DNeases.such si Ppemialorrhrea, Seminal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, filevt, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, or Self Abuse, Ac, Ac. The Howard Association. In view nf the awful destruc tion of human life, caused hv Sexual Hisoases. and the deceptions practisrd upon the unfortunate victims nf such JlM-nsc. by Quarks, have directei) their Consult ing Surgeon, as a MrrrM act worthy of their name, to tive.Veeliralaitricegrati; to all persons thus af (tleled.who apply k.v letter, Hftsli a description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life. Ac.) and In cases nf exrieme poverty and suffering, to furnish Medi cines free of charre. The Howard Assnrlatlon Is a benevolent Institution, established by sp.cinl endowment, for the relief nf the sick and distressed, smicted w lib "Virulent and Epi demic Diseases." It hnsnnwa surplus of menns. which the Directors hsvc voled to expend in advertising the above notice. II Is needless lo add tbnt the Assncla llntl conitunnds the highest Medlrnl skill nf the age, and will furnish the mfsl approved modern treatment. Just published, bv the tssn.-hillon. a Iteliorl on Soer. molorrhrPM. or Semtns' IVeskness, the vice of Onanism, M.islurbslinn or Self Abuse, and other diseases t.f the Sexual Orgnns, hv the Consulting Surgeon, which will he sent bv msll, (In a se-iled envelope ,1 free of charge, 011 the receipt of two stsmps fnr nnstsge. Address. Dr. fJKO. R C4l.llltlN,Cnnsiilr,gSPgenn, Howard Association, No. 2 South Nlilli street, Phila delphia, Pa. Hy order of Ibe lllreclors. Ea. n. HsAsrwrjj., President. 0 so. FAiRCnun, Secretary. pcb O-ly-tST S. D. nxDA!t c. J. nirxrv sr. c. N. MosoiK. & rtt'g I tit portatioim ! f 3M O XX O A. 1ST tts O to. No. it Public Square, NAMIVIM.K. TTT'E are now receiving and opening our usual Spring Pitrrhasss, which will he ready fur In. sporllnnhy thel.Mh Inst., and at which time we will display a more complete assortment of III) V OOOU8, than we have ever done at any season hereto fore. Our slock will embrace all the latest styles of Domes tic and Foreign Ninple find I'nncv nnorla. And to It will be added sit the A'O VEL TIES as thev appear In the Eastern elites. ' ln'7 In addition to the large and generally assorted storks we have hsen In the habit nf keening wo h... added to It all the styles and grades or rnt v-Tlnnr -lotlilnsr. We shall Se pleased to exhibit our assortment to one old friends and the trade generally, as we feel conil dent that from our longexperlenreand the advantages we possess, we are able to offer Inducements tn an Kashville, Feb. 20, v-4or MOItOAN k CO New Goods for the Million "1A70UU) reej.ectfully call the attention of ' tbepeo1e to the splendid assortment of apriDg .nna Samnipr Goods, l.isi receive.! at their new Brick Corner with ..n rron wsien were purchased on the best terms and are sow offered at as low rates as . .en i.oous con ue purchased anywhere in the State I For-the UPIES. they have the lte,t eiv.e. oi. t'ress uoo.is, Trimmines. Mllslin Prints Linen Laces, Handkerchiefs, Hosierv and Cloves. Also, the Hon nets and Trimmings. A large stock of GKXTLKMEN'S YA'KAK such ns Cloths, CAssimers, Satinets. Vestines' Tweeds. lrillisirs, Ac., Ac. BRADY-MADE tunill.Mi, Hats, 5oots and Shoes. Drugs and Medicines, Paints and Dye-stuffs, Hardware. Cutlery and Onn.....I n. ' ries. Iron, Steel, lfails and Castings, besides every other arl i.le usually kept in retail Stores. Give than a call. They consider it uii vriniuie io anew 1,00ns. luey are deter . ; 1 . 1 . 1 , . . - iiiiiieu 1101. 1.0 oe lnoersolil. t?T All kinde of Country Produce taken in exchange for floods. Mav 2-397 Txiss H00 sir 1 ND for sale, at the old ttand in Calhoun, XX. Tennessee, 25 Bbla. ewOrleanaReboiledMolasse. ju 1 isms. do. d0 j0 SO Hoes fine Rio Coffee; linrt Oals. Cuba Molasses; 2500 Lbs. Ilrown Sugars; 50HO Castings; inono " Rollwllran allofwhicb wIllL- soiii low ny wholesale or retail U11 r Pry Goodsstock ia full and fin. .. iow tiuwn in nrice as the nweat J"1? B. F. MARTIN' A SOX. Livery and SaleStable7 hweeiualer, Tenn. rrHE siihscrlber begs leave to Info-m the traveling pub a ,c that he has opene.1 a lanre and commtxilous 8ta ',e,'lV"'r:!"' E""1 Tnn'ssee and (leorgi. Rail Rrtad. where they c,n he accommodated to llnrses and Ciddles. Huggics. Hacks, Ac. Ac. Person, tr.e.l. ing 10 and irom Montvale Springs will find it In their 29 miles. He I .v Fv ."i..rre ,rnm weetwiter d stanra ill also trade in Horses. Mules. Ac. Jan S0-t'-4S6 n. II. VEARWOOD. Farm for Sale. THE subscriber desires to sell her Farm, in the neighborhood of Alliens. It is situ ate on the road lending In Benton, about two miles from the Athens Depot, and contains aome 400 acres, a portion of it under improve- man I an.l ll..l..l '- 11. , , ' ......... ...... ,r umnnt-eis weii 1 1 ii i te r e.i. B II l1 all well adapted to cultivation. Thr .... era! Sprint's of good water on the Farm, and pleniv of Fruit Trees. Also, a oornf. rtnble Du clllHf House. Kecro Houses. Ae, Pe.. desiring to purchase can obtain a hnreain NANCY BRADFORD. Athens, March 20, lsJ7-tf 1-13 Forest Hill Academy, JOHN OIERI.OW, Principal. rpiIE Summer Session of this institution will open on a Monday, 9th March next. Termor Session 2tJ weeks, to close 81st July. . .m Tuition: J'WfCIa Mn Second " o nn , - , ::::::::::::::::iS;oo Payable one-half in advance. No pupil permitted to enter the School without a Ticket signed hy Secretary. P. o deduct ion made for lost time, unless in cases of pro tracted sickness. A contingent fee of 60 cents per session will be charred. , Hy order of the Ilourd. THOS. A. CI.EAOE. F;b 2t-tf-8.1 Secret.. .Ino.hrr Frp.i Supply ofDrnys, "117 IIICII, AtMe.l to my ol.I, makes my T present stuck larire'for tliisnarket consisting m port of the f.illowinjr: Oils, I.intseed, Tanners', I.anl nnd Xentsfoot; Pn'ts Turpentine; Copal. Japan nnd Leather A ar nisli; Paint, Varnish anlSii,h Hrnslies; Pilend eisan.l Orainiiiir Brushes; White I.earl, dry nnd in Oil; Zinc in Oil; I'essones; Gumelnstic (Miihes, wilh and without ttil.es; Window Class, 12 ,v 18; Putty; Glziers' Diamonds; wines: Brandy, nml Jamaica Spirits, for medical uses nnd ninny other articles. Will he sold for cash only. 0ct 2a "WM. BURNS. C. B. THOMPSON Si CO., C'levflnnd, Trnn., WROLKSALS AND RETAIL I'CALRaS IS Drugs. Medicines Chemicals, DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, OHh, l'alntsi and I'uiiitori. .trlirlra, ariii-lii'K, 1 iiulnwt.liiHi. dimI l'ul II, (Intkiinrr. I'rriuinery, Ac. ALSO, tine ap; fine flair and Tno'h Bruuhe; Paint jirvwe; ,-urenrai ana ft-ntal lnl, vme-nt; Pure Wine and fl,-amli,n for Medical Pui-pole; Fancy Article; ,-c, c. WITH ALL THE CATKNTOS rSOrSIITAST MEDICIJIES OF THE IIAY. maV-c onr purchases for cash, and off.r roods V V cqnslly ss low as they enn he obtained from any similar esiabiishnieat in tills section, and WHrrant V T ke ,frc"'1' nur and acnnlne. Orders promptly filled, and satisfaction guarantied, with regard bolh to price soil quality. Physicians' Prescriptions attended to at all hours of the day and night. Septft-ly-419 (L.41IK'S Celebrated Flouring Mill. (J RINDING and Bolting at a single opera J tion. 8 inch Stone Price $750 will turn out 50 bbls. per day. SO inch Stone Price 7od will turn out 40 bids, per day. This Mill is the cheapest, most simple, du rable and compact, requiring less power, less attention, and makes a larger yield and bet ter quality of Flour, than any oilier in use or for sale. All lis cau be seen ruuniug at Kings ton. We also manufacture a very superior Corn and Feed Mill upon the same principle If any man will furnish me the power so that 1 Can run a 22 inch pullev 850 limes a niinntt, wilh 8 inch band, I will put tip the Mill an.l run it 80 days if he will furnish me ns much Wheat as I can grind tn that time, at 1 per bushel and take the Flour at 6 per barrel, I will (five him the Mill for the net profits, after paying for the Wheat and nil the expenses of riinniiiir. and leave the Mill in as good repair as it was at the betttiiniiig. AU.iresB TIIOS. H. JlcI-XW F.E, Kingtton, Tom. References na to resnnnsibi'litr : Athens. Chattanooga, and Kingston. UTThe above Mil Is can also be ifnrchnsed Of C. L. KING, liircnille Ten. Jan 10, 1857-1 v-484 Singer's Sewing Machines. 1HK great reputation of Pinirer's Sewing Machines Is founded on Hie fact, that tl.p r ..,n,i. adapted tn every variety of work, and that each one of them, kept employed, will earn not less than OXE T1IOVSAXD DOLLARS A YEA It. All persons desiring full and reliable Infnrmnllnn ahoiit these machines slsea. prices, modes of purchas ing. Ac can oliMln It hy applying, hy letter or other wise, fnr a copy of . Jf. Singer, t Co' tiaeette, a bean. Will Pictorial Paper, entirely devoted to Sewing Ma chine Interests. It will he sent gratis. I.nrill Cl tt Wanted In ,v.r Invs In II,. United States, to whom liberal Inducements arc offered. N. II e have mn.le arrangements with many edi tors and publishers of newspapers highly profitable and satisfactory In (hem. and wish in make similar contracts wilh every newspaper and msgatilte In the country. ror mil partii-ninrs suitress I.M.SIMiKR art).. mar 7-3m-444 828 Ilroadway, New York. Valuable Property for Sale. rpilF: subscriber, desirous nf returning to I the mercantile business, offfis for snle his present, residence in the suburbs of Athens, nun nnniii 4BO Acros of Lnnrl. the most of which is in the immediate neigh borhood of town. The Dwelling House is large and commodious, and most desirably situated, and the greater portion of the Land is good and well adopted for farming purpo ses. Any person desiring to purchase can obtain a bargain by applying soon. Trms made accommodating. R. K. REEDER. Athena, Dee. 6, lg&e-tf 428 Cook Sto-vos TIIF nnderslgned hn for sale a variety nf Cook Stoves latest and most annrnved natterns. The castings are beautiful. The ffooMer Slate Store and Aettrcvarecaitat Cincinnati. Ohio, and the Aisi. senrr Is cast at the Knnivllle Foundrr. lie expects t have. In a short time, some beautiful fire Kloves for fceaallngronmi. All who wish to purchase a cheap and good article In the "love tine, will do well tn call and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. amicus, cci'm-ii-ow i. n, BLAVan tu, Dr. McLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE IiIYERPILLS. Twoofth beat Preparations of the Att 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, 5ick 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 ERO'S, CO Wood St., Pittsburgh, Ya. Sole Proprietors. SCOVIT. A SIEAD. ho. Ill ( bmties s net, Uew Orleans, General Imleenle Ageul for the Southern Stntea to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold by P. 11. Kkitu it Co., Aliens, Teon. Wm. Biuns, J. II. Pattos, Sweetwater, " HvtiLF-T A Johnson, London, " ). II. Maori. A Co.. Xlouse Creek, " Alkxanpfb A SIcKamy, Pcnlon. " J. A. A C.W. Corns, Mndisunville, " J. M. A J. i. Knox, Charleston, " . V II. it J il. Chaiuuilcs, Cleveland. Dec 5, 1 860-1 y-428 Cedar Grove Iff School, NINTH M'SMflN. Commencing Monday, Ajail Ufa, 1867. THK Trustees have completed their arrangements with Mr. II. B. IIstwood to take charre ol this School for the two sessions next ensuing. The Micol is located in a pleasant and healthful neighborhood, foul milts South-east of Charleston. Ilrsdliy co., Tenn. Jlatetof Tuition, per SfMion: 1st Class Orthography. Reading. Penmanship, Pri mary Geography, and Menial Arithmetic Sd Class Arithmetic, Ancient and Simlern Geogra phy, Knglisb (irammar aud Modern History 8d Class Algebra, Geometry, Survtyli'g, Ana'jtl cal Geometry, Astronomy, libber Mathematics, l'hrsinloev. l.atln. Greek and French Languages., Contingent fee an els. No student will be received for a less term than ore half session, and no deduction made for lost time ex cept in cases of protracted slcVncss. Hoard isSucts. per day. Jons Mrg, ) A. J. Oats, Trustees. March 27-tf-42T Johs IIammuoiit, 1 A.t lion1 Ponnciry n A VINO engitRcd the services ot Mr. . M. Kiiooii, who Is authorised to receive orders and transact all business appertaining to the Foundry, any persin wanting information In regard to Machinery, sc., will be attended tn hy calling at the Foundry. Athens, July 11, lMG-lf-sOl C. ZlMMKItMiff. G rooorlosi, m'TE are prepared to furnish plantation sitppllrsef VT every kind, and would invite the attmti'nof merchants and others to our stock, which will at sll times be complete, sad consists In part, st prtsent,sf the fallowing articles: fiO hhds HttgBrj STiO bags Coffee: l.MIOhags ?alt; f.OO barrels Sal ; HOG boxes Star Candles; Jf-ft barrels Vh -ley; 1(10 pieces Magging; tOhalf pieces I'svginri 8(10 " is Inch llsggmg; 6HO colls Hope ti geiher with allother articles usunlly lupt In such eslsblili- ments. JGIINHflN. I10IINF 1 11.. Aug Mf Cor. Broi.d and Market sts., Nashville. Thn slu 'rs ! fWOrl.D Just Inrorni all ho wish ! buy Threshers for the coining seaion that they should ca'i sii'l giss In their orders, as It a time they were goinir on. srd that I am prepared ts make a favorable srefeirea wilh all who wieh to bar. 0. K. 1U.VV1&- Athens, Jan. 0, '67-tf TI NT lli: riVFII Pr. Parker's Mn Ps area; Clark's Indian Fever and Ague liinr".' nn external application liifallhlc; Macanha a 'I fi"'1 fnuff; Hay's Liniment; Arabian Liniment; -I"1 ,c Gilt Pens; Putty and Window Glass srd for "It 7 march 14 MM. Hl llSf- Notice. 0rnc EastTknn. A Ua. Rail Koap Co. I Athens, June Vfl, 18 ML lyrOTICF, is hereby s-'iven that on and all'' X the first day of" July next, no charge will be made, or compensation received (or lM transportat ion of specie or bnttk bills in Jn hands ot owners or 'heir aeents in passing over this road, nor will this ci mpnnv be no countable for any loss or dnnmpe that n T occur in the transportation of specie or otvt bills, nor will this o mjany or their spent! receive for transportation or otherw ise tsk! in charire anv stiecie or bank bills ei'l'er for trniisportation or in trust for safe Iteepinp "n" delivery. II. C. JA( KM very. Superintendent Transjiorlatiu July 4-ly Land for Sale. TIIR undersigned offers for sale vatuaM TRACT OK LAND, containmv! oCO seres 180 acres in cultivation, and ab Hit 80 cj that fresh Land, with about I0O acres of ifi upland to clear all lyinK well, and plenty of good timber. Cleared Land all underpin fence. There ia on tha premises a first rat! bold rnnninit Sprine, eonvenientto h h""s,i good Plained Dwelling House and Kitchen. A good outlet for stock. The Farm la situated in a healthy section of country, fiva nnli West of Tellioo Plains, and one "mile North o' Edward Lee's Store, Monroe county, Tenn. I will sell bargain MARTIJT WILLIAM Monroe eo., Hi 8, 1857-if-tO