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SEIIOXIN & nORNSBY'S
"IWItlETMfiS" AH Right on the Geese T WniClI can be fully- demonstrated by reference fa tl following very meagre list of rich, fashionable, brilliant aid cheap Good, consisting of 6oe Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Silrer Ware, I'ocket and Table Cutlery, Guua and Pistols, Clocks, Toys, Perfumery, Cigara and Tobacco, Ready-Made Clothing, Bonnets, Boota and Shoes, Ae. Their Goods are all of tb best quality, and are offered cheaper than Gooda of aitnilar grade can be bought is Kast Tennessee. But to the list read, reflect, and buy : Fine Gold Hunting eaae Lever Watches, plain and full jeweled IS and 18 earat cases. Fine Hunting ease Silver Lever Watches, plain and full jeweled. Fine Duplei Hunting-ease Chinese Watches, full jeweled. Fine Detached Lever Hunting-case and plain Hunting case Lapine Watches Silver, Gold and Gilt eases. Fine Gold Fob, Vest, Guard and Neck Chains. Fine Silver FoH, Vest, Keck and Guard Chains. Fine Gold snd Silver Guard and Fob Keys. Fine Gold Breast Pins for Ladies, of every variety and etjle; Ear Bobs fine gold, gold atone acts; Ear Rings; Fine Gold Bracelets. Gents Fins a large lot plain and Masonie Pine. ' Ladies Cuff Tina, a large lot Finger Rings Gold, Cornelian, Glaas and Fancy. Gold Lockets and Charms. Coral Necklaces and Armlets; Jet Neck laces and Braoelets; White Satin Bead Neck laces; Bugle Beads. Jet Breast Pina and Ear Bobs. Silver Wart Table, Tea, Desert, Cream, Huatard and Salt Spoons; Butter and Pickle Knives; and Soup Ladles. Tablt Cutlery. Knives, fine Ivory bandied, and Plated Forts; Nut Crackers; Carving and Butoher Knives. Plated Wart. Fine Table and Tea Spoons; Butter and Fruit Knives and Fruit Baiketa. Fint Pocket Cutlery Consisting in part of fine Pen Knives, Sporting Knives, ltszors and Scissors. Fine Razor Strops. Port Monnaiei and Card Cases a large snd Klendid assortment; Silver, Shell and Pearl irt Monnaiea and Card Caaea; Morocco, Vel vet and Buckskin Port Monnaiea and Purses, A large lot Cabas, Reticules, Work Boxes, snd Beaded Bags. Comb. Shell Tuck and Side Combs; India Rubber Tuck, Puff, Side, Neck nd Long Combs; Horn Tuck, Puff and Side Combs; In dia Rubber Fine, Redding and Pocket Combs; Ivory Fine and S. 8, Fine Combs; English Horn Fine, Redding and Tocket Siamese Combs. India Rubber, Steel and Fancy Hair Pins. Cigar Cases Morocco and Wire. . Mueical In'trument Flutlnas, Accordeons, Tremblers, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, Ilaimonioums, Musical Boxes, and Harps of every grade. (hint and Pi$tol.Coh't Repeating Rifle Gun, six shooter; Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns, boya and men's. Colt's Repeating Pistols, 4, 8, and incb barrel, improved patent; Ellis' Patent Repesting Pistols, self eocking, five sliooter; Allen's Self-cocking Re volving Pistols, 4, 5, and 6 inch barrels; Al len's Self-cooking Rifle Pistols, 2, X, 4, and 6 inch barrels; Allen's Double Barrel Rifle Pis tols; A large lot of cheap Pistols, double and single barrels, 1,25 to $5 each. A LargtLot of Clock Spring and Weight, one month, eight day and thirty hour. Fine Toilet and Looking Glasses; Shaving Glassea and Cases. Shaving, Hair, Nail, Comb, Tooth, Flesh, Cloth and Marking Brushes. Fine Seta Waiters and Tea Boards; Fine China Flower Vases, new style; Motto Cups; Jewel Cups; Puff Boxes; and Toy Mugs. A Large Lot of Toy, of every kind, for children. Stationery, dtc Note Paper, white and dif ferent colors, with Envelopes to suit; Letter Paper, laid, Ac Steel Peus and Pen Holders; Lead Pencils, blue and black Fabor's and other makes. Pttfumery.k large lot Perfumery and Oils for the Hair; Entrants for the Handker chief, difTereut kinds; Balm of 1000 Flowers; Lyon's Kstharion, for restoring, preserving and beautifying Hair; Extracts for Cooking. A Splendid Auortment of SpfctarUt and Glaue. Silver Temple Concave snd Convex Spectacles; German Silver Temple Plain and Colored Glasses, single snd double eyes; Wire and Cloth Frame Goggles, Colored Glasses; BRAZILIAN PEBBLE GLASSES, In Silver Frames, all ages. READY-HADE CLOTHING I Fine Black Cloth Frook Coats; Cassimere Coats; Italian Cloth Coata; French Drap d'Ete Coats; Linen Coats; Gingham Coats; Gras Linen Coats; Marseilles Costs; White Linen Costs; Fins Doeskin, Casaimer, French Dvap d'Ete, Linen and other Pants; fine Black Satin, Cloth, Silk, White Satin, Marseilles, Linen and Gingham Vests, Shirts, plain White Linen and Fancy new style; Net Shirts; Net Drawers, brown and bleached. Halt. Fine Soft Fur and Wool Hats; Black and ColoreJ New Style Hats, atiff brim and softorown; Boys Blsck Wool Hats. Ladiet, Bonnet A. fins lot latest atyle white and different colors Sillc, alf prioes, $4 to $10 each. Ladiea Collars snd Undersleeves; Mohair Ilead Dresses; Linen Uandkerohiefs, hem stiched and plain. Hoop for Ladies Skirts, new style. BOOTS AND SHOES. Wa have for the Gentlemen, fine French Calf Skin Boots; Black Cloth, Patent Spring Fancy, and Black Lasting Gaiters, and any othor kind any body wants. For the Ladiea, we have any thing in the way of Kid Boits, Kid Walking Shoes, Kid Slippers, Blsck and Fancy Gaiters; Goat Boota and Bootees. A good lot Miasea and Children's Shoes Boots aud Gaiters. For further particulars, enquire at the old stand, North side publio Square, where may be found a "little of everything" the neces sities of man or woman may require or itoagi Station invent. SEUORN A 110RNSBV. April 10, 1857 Valuable Land for Sale. THE subscriber wishing to concentrate all his means at Middle Brook, offers for sale liia Farm on Spring Creek, joining James MoNabb and others, and eoutaiuing 32)5 ores. There are on it two pretty good Houses and Barns, and two good Orchards. It has on it also a number of never failing Springs, and is, in fact, a very desirable Farm. Also, .0 acres, lying on the road from Col. MeCulley's to Spring Creek. There is on the prsmisea a good Spring and good Cabin 40 or 50 acrea cleared, balance well timbered. If not sold before, they will be ofTered pub. lioly, on the 8lh day of October next, at the first named place. He expeota to sell some good Horses, Mules, and Oxen, at the same time. WILLIAM THOMPSON. A eg 1, 186)-9t-43 Cksuacory Court att IMkevllle, Tenu. Beujamia P. Brldgemaa, M. Leroy M. Wiley, narlt R. Banks, William 0. T.ans, Hen ry Vandereler snd bio ant H. Lane, Hal. IT appearing from Uis allea-aUono In the complain, anl's bill that the above named defendants are son. residents of the Slat, of Tennessee, It Is therefore or dered that publication be made In tha Athens Pott re. quiring said non-residents to Appear on or before ths Best term of the Chancery Court, to be held at Pike Vila), Bledsoe county, Trim., on the M Monday of Sep tember nest, then and there to answer complainant's bill, or the same will b taken for confessed and set for kcarini oar. a to them. . r i. C. NORWOOD, 0. St. Plkenie, An. II, ISM-st-pre fee -W5 Mt, Harmony High School, THE Second Session of this Institution will eemaiene on Monday, August Sd.next. TtllllS, per Awion of Tuumiyn Weeit, one half payable la adraaoa, and balance at the close M the Session. Spoiling, Readme and Writing HftO Gaagraphy, Arithmetic English Grammar, Compe tition and reclamation aW) Math.taatlrn, Natural sciences, and tha above,... 10,W Contingent Era (la advance) M Boarding In rood houses, convenient to the School, (Washing and llghta extra,) per w,v, June IV, M-a,u-,s p. p. gait, Prpl. Against the World I l 7 desire to call the attention of farmer and double crerssisisr M heat Fan. Patented by T.J. Dotli. April ilh, ls.nl, which we are manufacturing In LOVUON and RHICA TO H A', Suet cwwsssee. This popular and extensively used ran baa taken the highest awards wherever exhibited, via : At the Maryland state ralr, Baltimore, where mere were at leaatjtry Vine of most approved makes of Virginia, Marytaud and the Northern tUatea, exhibited; al the Virginia Bute ralr, at Richmond; at IneBoothSide Ag ricultural Pair, at Petersburg. Va.; at the Virginia Val ley Agricultural Pair; and the highest honors of the . Tennessee Agricultural Society, at Knoxville. In 1864. '53 and 'bt; also, at the County fair, at Kingston, iw ircov. mown low s v nig, in speasing 01 it, say.: "Other Pane were exhibited of an excellent quality, but none to compare with those manufactured by the Messrs. Doylee, of Rheatown." We have received other prises too numerous to announce here, and hundreds of certificates of our Pan's superiority from practical jurmere oi Virginia and Rest T-nnestee. ws have had an nmpU ojrpm-tnnitfte tfetour Fun and are con vinced It is ihe beet in uee. We think we know what the farmers want, and that our long and extensive ex perience is the business, and arduous labors to bring the Pan to Its prssent perfection, enables us to suit them better than any other person in the fan business, and they may rest assured no pains will be spared to gire them the best Pan In the market. Our Pan has gained Ite enviable popularity entirely In consequence of Its merits; and for a Pan te retain its popularity and Increase In demand as ours has done fa the same dis tricts for three years, is one of the best evidences of itsvalue. OurPansaresoldontrial.and WAllRAliT " to clean rfuter and couiutf-than any other Pan in use. Our teams will deliver them at almost any point in East Tennessee N. B. We will also fill orders from MiddTe and West Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. All orders to ns at London or Rheatown. Past Tenn.,wllll.e promptly filled. Beware of Impoeition. nil our Pans have T. J. Boyle 4 Co., stamped upon them. Por Certificates and References, see circulars. T. J. BOYI.P. A CO. Without any further references we annex the follow, ing certificates, and the evidence that may be afforded by the numerous Farmer in the surrounding counties te whom we have sold in the last year, as being the most complete machine of the kind ever introduced Into the couctry. We repeat, we defy the world to beat them. April U-m-M8 J. T. D. A CO. We eertlfy that we have used one of T. J. Doyle's Patent Double Screen Wheat Pans In onr Steam Flour ing Mill, and we can say, with truth and candor, that they are the most perfect mschines of the kind that have ever come uuder our observation for cleaning smut, cockle, cheat, Ac, from grain. We have used various machines, bnt none equal to Doyle's Wheat Pan. It has given entire satisfaction, and we think that no Parmer or Miller will fail to purchase after trying one of them. R. T. WILSON, J. W. CLARK, Loudon, April !0th,185T. JAS. H. JOHNSTON. I concur fully with the above certificate. D. T. LONG, Miller at Steam Flouring Mill, Loudon. i o o k; i Behold and Wonder! THE subscribers would respectfully an nounce to all the world, that they are now receiving from New York and Philadel phia, one of the largest, best seleoted, and most fashionable stocks of Spring and Summer Goods ! ever offered in this market. Having made their purcl ases with great enre, and upon the best terms, they feel satisfied that they can sell Goods as low as they can be bought in East Tennessee. Their motto is, to sell Goods CHEAP, and make money by selling the more of them. They will keep constantly on hand every thing that is usually kept, and more too. Their stock consists, in part, of LADIES DRESS OO0DS1 such as Silks, Berages, Brilliants, Lawns, Jae onets, Muslins, Ginghams, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss, Black Silks, Argentines, Prints of all r rices snd styles. Ladies Crinolines and Brass loops, new styles. Laces, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Collars, Bonnets, new and beau tiful, Misses Hats snd Gipsies, Roiichea; Hats of all kinds Leghorn, Straw, Fur and Saxony; Cloths, Cassimers, Cotton ad es, Fanners' Drills, Wenched and Brown Domes tics, ill widths; Tickings, Italian Cloths, Hab it Cloth, Vestings, READY-MADE CLOTHING! something new, Grass and Silk Coats, Mar seilles and Satin Vests, Ae. Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Spades, Shov els, Forks and Axes. Also, the best Scythe Bladea in America; Queensware, China and Glassware, all kinds; Books and Stationery. A large stock of Gold Jewelry, such as Breast Pius, Ear Drops, Rings, Ac, at low prices. We ask you to oome and see our Goods, and we feel sure J on will sav they are cheap and buy them. W. O. HORTON A CO. April 17 XV 13 3D XT O uId Through Rates of Freight rrom NASHVILLE to K!W WILLE) AND STATIONS OW THB! Eatt Tenntttet and Georgia Rail Road. SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses (in barrels,) Tobacco (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Rope and Cordage, Fish, Cheese, Soap, Star and Tallow Candles, White Lead, Bar Lead (in kegs and boxes,) Pig Lead and Shot (in kegs,) Liquors (in barrels snd casks,) Crockery Ware (in crates snd casks,) per 100 lbs., 5Qo. No article entitled to this rate except those specified above. Shot snd Lesd in bundles, and bottled Liquors will he charged the regular local rates of each Road. All Goods from the Western cities and New Orleans, for Knoxville and Stations on the East Tennessee and Georgia Kail Road, will be forwarded free of commission wlit-n con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Koad, at Nashville, dray age only charged, which has been contracted for at 76 cents per ton of 2000 lbs. Every package must have the name of the Stationsof delivery plainly marked on it, Itoads will not be responsible for ordinaay leakage of Liquors, Oils or Molasses, and will ouly pay for deficiency of contents when packages show marks of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamers and Dray see will be mailed to consignees from Nash ville, showing, also, the time of arrival and departure of the gooda. R, C JACKSON, Sup't East Tennessee A Georgia Rail Road. March 6, 1857-tMll New Establishment! s. k. nmmi nAVINO again gone into the Mercantile business, would respectfully announce to Ihe public that he is now receiving and opening a splendM stoek of SIMIIXJ AND SI Mill Ell GOODS! In the Store Itnom on Ihe Raft side of the Public Square, formerly occupied by f. H. Keith A Co., and to which he invites attention. The (loods are ALL NEW and the stock complete, comprising a general assortment of every riVeeiiptfon of Goods usually brought to this market, which were pwohaaaed In the Northern cities on very favorable terms, which enables him to offer great inducements to purchasers. (live him a call and examine his assortment, and he will use Ms utmost endeavors to sell yon as good bar gains as can be bought al any other house in towu. Athens, May ls-tf-tM A l00D FARM FOR SALE. Till subscriber wishes to sell the FAR.M on which he now lives, In the first elvll Distiict of Polk county, Tennessee. It Is situated directly on the Road leading from Hrnton to Athens, about two miles from Illwaases River, and contains 4KI acres about 140 acres In cultivation plenty of timber, and a good deal of the timbered Land well adapted to cultivation. It Is a very pretty and desirable place to live; as healthv as any place In the Rtate romforMble Dwellings, a good Darn, Stables, Cribs, and other out-hnnaes; a fine large Spring, as good water as any, a good Orchard of young Apple Trees of well selected fruit. Any person wishing to purchase a good and eomfort able home, on liberal terms, would do well to call and look for themselves. Por further Information, rail on the undersigned on the premises, or A. P. Hradford at Rlcevllle, Tenn. IIENRT BRADFORD. June 6, 167 tf (54 Tlirfslirrs. fWOUDD Inform persona wanting Threshers that I have several different styles of Horse Powers, such as I think equal, f not superior, to anv In the conntry. Persons wishing any thing of the kind will call at the Athens Poui 1ry where the machines can be seen. There Is a glat saving to raoos purchasing where Ibev ennlt at the use of the pat'erns in rae anv pars of Ihe me' M e shouM break. Call and see. Pricrt moderate- Jan -tf C. ZIMMKRMAN. Zion Hill Fn-lMi School, FOR MALM AND FF.MALE, Itlellinn county, Teinstraare. TnF. Fourth Session of this School will eommenee on Monday, July Hh. neit. Hoarding can he had In the vicinity n very reasonable terma. Rales of Tui tion, per session of twenty-two weeks, as heretofore. June M-Sin-toT J. 0. BARB, Principal. Wlifat Wnnlfif. THF. snbterlbar wishes a large anaatlty of good Merchantable Wacat, for whlah he will rT the bert market pries. July1 J K. RtE&ER. CAMPBELL &. BRIDGES, PRODI CE COn TIISSIO DEALERS, Knoatvllle. Tonn. A U. orders will be promptly attended to snd faith XM. fully executed. July 81-tf-l6l Lowe & Rice. Auction & Commission Merchants eSe.vpjHt rnonvcE dealers. Corner of Loyd and Alabama streets, Atlanta, iesrariaw tConalgnmenta solicited. 'march T-ly-444 JOHN II. TjHTJTY, WITH Jacob Mayer & Co., msunoToataa iso waousixa Diiuaa nt CLOTHING! Clothing Warehouse, No. S North Third street, BtUeeen Arch and Cherry,) PHILADELPHIA. PA. FTHI undersigned call the attention of East Tennea- I see Merchants to their large and varied stock of Btaay-Mniie Clotkiita. made uo in the latest and most approved fashions, which cannot fail to give sat- saiaciion to an wno purchase them. We respectfully solicit a thoroueh examination of our stock by Merchants visitiug Philadelphia, before making irrir racnsir,. J ACUB I A IK A UU Feb27-tr-4U ALU. ST. W1U.1CB W. C. BOSMSOS Wallace & Robinson. General Commission Merchants, aao rsiLias IS TENNESSEE PltODUCE, Atlanta, Georgia, WILL give speelal attention to the sale of Bacon, Lard, Flour, Whiskey, Tobacco, Ac. Consign- mcutrreBpecuuiiy solicited, rremplsttenuon Iven to Gash orders. Agents for the sale fStearnes A Marvin's Fire-Proof gates. mar SO-ly-435 a. a. sriRDia w. . raaaenco. Bearden & Francisco, produce: and connissioN MeroIicutt JHJCt.y GKORGt.t, WILL sell on commission Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, Oats, Feathers, and Tennessee Produce gener ally. Persons shipping to us can rely upon prompt returns. Reerto Merchants and Citizens of Knoxville; Mor gan A Co., Jo. Kdwards, Jas. C. Luttrell, Comptroller, Nashville; T.J Campbell, Cleveland: Richard C.Jack son, Athens; Long At Smith, Richard B. Campbell, Ren. Chandler A Co., Chattanooga. Feb 20-tf-439 J. T. Si WM. n. W0OTT0N, (Sucvmor to Wootton t Uotltneay,) Commission Merchants, Cotton Avenue . . . ..ITIACOIV, CA., "1"! 7H.L pay strict attention to all consignments from Northern Georgia and Tennessee. And If l --r- - an; vrciii, .HCJ nope to share a portion, at least, of the publio patronage. Liberal advances made on goods in store, if desired, jona t. wooTTOK wiluam a. xoomr. march S7-ly-444 John L.M. French & Co., GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CHATTANOOGA, TENiV. march tt-tf-441 P. D. GATES. PRODCCP AND COITI1TIIS9ION JVLesrolxtn.xxt, No. 12 Broadway !Niv York. "STEALER In Agricultural Implements and Ma- Ine- W ry. Sole Agent for the sale of Wheeler, M -k A Co's Horse Powers and Threshers; Oomhlnd th. ere and Winnowers and other machines, ir E. n- nessee. Also, Grneral Agent for their sale I the .th. em States. Orders promptly execnted for iny k.nd of macmnery or nercnantllse. consignments solicited of all kinds of Southern Produce. Jan I6-Iy-484 Robertson, Hudson Si Pnlliam, iMmaTiaa asp joaaias or x n "v a- r o X3 . No. J9 Murray and S3 Warren streets, Comer of Church ttrret, JlW York. atCHAnD S. kOBKRTROg, RMtrBT W. rOLLUH, cuaaxn e. nnnson, William d. aiaua. Of I irainln. , Of S Carolina. rL8ANT W. amOHILH, I dob a'n. M'lti.atTH, ley Tennmne. jontt B. canamLis, ) Aug 89-ly-414 a. a. aoaais. , .w. . habius. II. B. MORRIS Si CO., yntHACOOLff ei .w u ff7M JC WHOLESALE VROCERS AXD CommiHfti on Merchants, Nos. IS and IB Market street, Octl7-1y-4Sl Nashville, Tenn. HYATT, McBURNEY & CO., s war auto a m u wnuLNIALI UKALKKB IH Foreign & DomesticDry Goods, No. 87 Uarne street. r i.nrl.f a - ..........IVH .... . B. HYATT. WM. ASARLTIKK .IMttavna r M'snaSST,...A. L. 01U.UNB GHAB. rOSTIR. ' June 8-1 y-ioa HART) W A 17 if DIRECT IMPORTERS OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, eke., rIO. 00 11ATNK STREET, CHARLESTO N. S. C. WILLIAM O. OOURTNET. GILBERT B TENNANT. JAMES I. EVANS. JuRe 11, 'S3 tf 247 GILLILANDSjHOWEL & CO.. DIRECT IIIPORTKIH A DEALERS III Forcjgn and Domestic Dry Goods No. S3 Hayne street, CHJMLESTOJ, . C. N.B. Bolting Cloths always on hand. WM. B. OILLILAND, SIDNEY 8. noWELL. W. D. OILLILAND. JAMES OILLILAND JAMES II. NtflllOLS. Oct. 1. 181 tf 16 J. As A N I.E Y, GENERAL Commission and Produce IVTerrliamt, Office on Broad street, opposite Union Bank, VOXS-USSltCS. O-ASV., WILL give prompt and personal attention to the sale of Bacon, Lard. Orain. Flour. Cotton, and all articles of Merchandise consigned to tilra. Also, to the forwarding of Goods for the Interior and Northern markets at the customary rates. Liberal advances, ei ther In cash or hy acceptances, made on articles In store or when hills of lading accompany drafts. Rrfkbcncbs : nalter, Wilcox A Co.; M. A B. Wilkinson; J. C. Fargo, "Cshler,H Augusta, Oa. Hand, Williams A Wilcox; Thos. Trout A Co.. Charleston. 8. C. Wm. Dun can; Padilelford, Fay ft Co.; F. T. Willis. Savannah, Oa. Rturges, Bennett A Co., New Vork. J. C. Wilson ft Co.; D. Stuart A Ron, Baltimore. Wood A Low, New Orleans. 0. B. Welhorn, Pulton, Oa. Grenville ft Sample, Chat tanooga, Tenn. Bearden, Son ft Co., Knoxville, Tenn. 8. R, Keener, Athens, Tenn. W. Shapard ft Co.; Berry ft Demevtne, Nashville, Tenn. Nov. 4, '64 tf SIS W. O. WTTT, (late of Athene, Tenn.,) WITH S. B. & J. D. STODIURD, (SuoeoMore te H. Stoddard,) DBALRSS IN Boots and Shoes, Corner of Meeting and Hayne streets, April 10-tf-M Charleston, S. C v o. n O BBSO XJ", (Of 7neM,) WITH WESSON & COX, MiHDrACTtTIKIM AltS WHni.MlLaT DlaLIII ! Boots and Shoes, Ho. 16 Courtland street, (near Broadway,) axun a. wssao.. 1 PMF.W YDIIK. towrsrro cox, f May lo-ly-4M a. n i) -xxr a. xi u . NATIMN WEED, 11 A ( OK, A., OFFFTI8 for sale, a large and complete assortment of AirdWMire, on Ihe most reasonable terms. Iron and tittel Ornnine Swedes Iron; Best Refined Iron; Common Eng lish Iron; Hammered Steel for Plows: Cast and German Steel. Smith' Tool. Bellows; Anvils and Vises; Hammers; Screw Plates; Tongs; Shoeing Nulls. PIxnUr' Hare. ac. ScnvP's Roes; Collins' Hoes; llradrs' Patent floes; Hrafles' t'rnwn lines; Iron and Steel Plow.; Trace and W tgon Chains; Plow Humes and Lines; Shovels; Spades. JrVrAiHce' Toole. Bench Planes; Moulding Planes; Augurs and Chisels; Drawing Knives; Raws and Adses; Brace and Bills; Boring Machines; 8o,nares. Ae.. Ae. Xrmtlnr Attn.. 4S to Bf nch Mm Saw.; K Cnt owe; Mill Irons; Rub ber and Hemp Parktnr; Belting. Ac. Cnrrixpe Material. Spok.s and Rims; linn, and Shafts; Aries ani'Fprtng.; Patent Paeh Leather; Enameled Leather; Lining Nail., Bolt a, Ae. Also, full stork of Bunding ffarnVare. Tanners Teals, Housekeeping HsMware, Cora Mills, Ae., fte. marcn ar-on-ase I Jieraa sr. atarr. late nrooMOoro', Timts . f aawcxLC soonauLU fOOKEs BULKY & 10., WHOLES. Li Bjtie I HOOT , fca XX O 33 J3, . Ilaita, Caps), Itonnrla, Ac, AO. 4, uuA tide tublie Sjuare, 0, MAMHVII-I.E, TFW. RDER8 carefully filled, and goods promptly for warded. Deel-ly-429 W. E. HALL. Id. IK, ATHENS, TENN., Mr ILL give his attention to the practice of Medi cine. Office South of the Bridge. January 80, IsoT. 484 WW. W. ALEXANDER, M. D., (Late of Rueltille, Tenn.) "WAVING removed to ATHENS for the purpose of mm i.r.ccing neuicine. Surgery, uostetrica and Dental Surgery, may be found at his office (Cleage's yellow building, near the Court-house) or at his resi dence in the West end of town, known as the Grliham house, when Dot professionally absent. Jan t-lyo 81. R. MIY, 87. D., SURGEON ASD PHYSiCIAN, ATHENS, TENN., RESPECTFULLY tenders his professionsl services to thepublie. Jan. 14. 1 33 DR. J. L. 1UEE, XXx3raololAan. Surseou, Athrsta, Trnn., WIT.L give his entire attention to Ihe practice of Medicine. Office at the residence of the late Tim. P. Keith. ,ug a R JA1YIES B TAYLOR, ATHENS, TENNESSEE, WILLhereafterifive his wholeattention to the Practice of Medioine. June 8. 1888 tf II. F. DODSOV. T. D.S., Sur soon X e xs. 1 1 aat f . Office corner of Ocoee and Meadow streets, Cleveland, Tenn. Dental Bfaterlal for sale. May g-tf-480 W. H. Si R. fOMJXS. Associate Traveling Dentists Address, Sulphur Spring. JuIyllWO Hhra county, Tenn. W. n. BRUNT, Attorney t Xsj Athens, Tenn., 1TITX attend promptly to the collecting and securing ' of claims, and win glva his undivided attention to all business entrusted to his care, io McMInn and the surrounding counties. Jily 17-IM60 j. l. m, -A. 1 1 o r xx o y a t 31s t ttr. lllvrassee Copper !Vlinea, PoIJt county, Tenn., riI.L attend all the Courts of the Third Judicial ' Circuit. may 23 ly 453 J. N. DUNN, -A- ttomes-V J, -t Ha em. -xxr. June 28 Cleveland. Tenn. 6m-45T C. B. NEAI., Attorney n t Xa4 Tladiaonvllle, Tenn., WIIX practice In the Courts of Monroe, McMinn, " Blount and Polk. may lft-tf-tSl obo BROwn, j. a. cooxt. MaditonriUm, Tenn. Athene, Tenn. BROWN & COOKE. Attoruoysi At Ijaw AND SOKtCITOUV f.V CH.IJS'CERV. WTMA' practlceln the Chancery and Circuit Courts V I. Ih. u-.tl-f II. - ir i . r. . , n - - - ...uii.irf'ii 'iuiiru.1 .tic .nun, roia, nraa- ley. Meigs, Roane and Blount, and In the Supreme and ....vv.iiii,iiivii jan x-tr-i8D WILLIE LOWRY. AttorneT t Ta n. wxr. Jan28-tf Athene, Tenn. 488 FRANK. S. nU.E. Attorney tt Uaw, Aniens. Tenn. Office np stairs In the Court-house, fsept l-1y-41 JARNIGIN Sl CALDWELL. Attornoya t TJw, Athens, Tenn. tn-Toa r. jaskjoib A.CALOWILL. April 20-tr-34S GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. 1 PRACTICES in the different oountiesoom posine the Third Judicial Circuit will attend to the collecting and securing of claims uu.i.igiii uie uuuiviuea aiieniion to ail businessentrtiated to his care. March 2. 1849 tf 28 PliOTD II OTJSB, Klacon, On. THI8 Tlou.e I. now open for the accommodation of the traveling public, and particularly for those having business to transact in Macon, as It Is central. H. P. REniMNO, Proprietor. atarchST-tf-444 B. W. DEN8S, Superlnlend't. ti:m.ic( iioiinf;, Telllco Plains Tenn., Is now open for the reception of Travelers, march IH-ly-442 J. OODES. wiin ri i iioljsi:, D ALTON, OA. 'yWt undersigned takes this method of Informing the traveling public and others wishing board or lodg ing, that he has purchased the large White House, known as the "Whitfield House," formerly occupied by g. R. Pasaeen, and is now in charge of the same and prepared to accommodate all who may call upon him. His table will be furnished with Ihe best that the market affords. April 8-ly-445 f. 0. MARTIN. X33 OATTJn IIOTBIi. rtIIB subscriber haa taken this House, Decatur, Ten a nessee, formerly kept by Mr. Llllard, and respect fully solicits a share of the public custom. He a.sures the public that he will keep the right sort of a house that his table will be supplied with the best the country affords.hls stable well supplied withprovender.and that every effort will be made oa his part to render all com. fortahle who may call. R BT. H. LUTTRELL. march , 1897 -tM41 BniDOrBS IIOTJSB. VIE above named House, situated within a short U. distance of the Athens Depot, is now open for the reception or traveler.. Persons traveling on the East Tennessee and Ororria Rail Road, and stopping at Athens, will And this House more conveniently situated than any other. The subscriber pledges himself to use his utmost exertions to give .attraction and to render comfortable all who mav favor him with their patron age. Athens, Dec 19-1M30 JAS. 8. BRID0E8. TjBTJTY'a HOTBIj, i ni nn, TF.l. THIS well known House has been newly fitted up with bedding, furniture, Ac. Thounderalgned has taken charge of It, and in announcing himself for the public patronage asks '-the tree to b. tested by It. fruit," and pledges blghself, hy an assldnnns attention and a due regard for the comfort and tastes of his guests, they hall he cared for and furnished with the best the enun try afford. He has al.o connected with the house the large stable, sheds and lot, of Messrs. Taylor, Bridges A Co., and will he prepared In that line. Janll-8t-881 WM. M. ALEXANDER, Proprietor. CBUTIiriFLD HOUSE. IMMSDIATELT Al THE DEPOT, Chattanoosra, Tenn. T. CKCTCIIFIFI,I, Pbofbiktob. Ang.lT-tf-SM Valuable Farm for Sale. Pi -f Cl CRM of Land, lying .ven and a half Wl fr miles from Athens, and five miles from Chll howre Springs about Son acres In cultivation, lies well, soil mostly very good, two or three most excellent Springs, tolerable Hnu.es and llarn, uncleared land well timbered, and soil good. I will take pleaaure in showing Ihe premise, to any one wishing to purchase. One-third purcha.e money to be paid down terms as to balsncs will be made easy. J. M. HENDERSON. Athens, Tenn., July TO, 17 tf A. RINNEY. Publisher, Offers for Sole 500,000 BOOKS AND MAPS, Of all kind., at Publishers Prices, to ts accompanied with , .u "0.000 sSlt'TW, Worth from S3 cts. to Slim each; consisting of Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelrr. Reticule.. Ladle. Purses, Port mnnsles. Ac. 160 worth of Gift, distributed with every 6(10 Book.. . ' A Ollt wilt h, delivered with every book sold for One Dollar or more. Although no Book or Article will be sold for more than the usual retail prlc, many will be .old for le... Persons wishing any particular hook, can order at once and It will he forwarded with a fllft. A complete Catalogue of Rooks. Maps and (lifts, will be sent to any addrvaa on anpliratinn. Persons ordering Book, with Olfls. .hould forward th. am.unt of postage, a. It mut Invariably he paid In advance. The average nostaie for 1 andtl.ifi hooka Is IS cents; and for 1A and booV,Jl cents. Address, A-RANWItT. ue W-fc3-S V,. r Broadway, Kew York. watbon a. cooes. New Store and New Goods. rI",HR ondersigoed beg; leave to inform their 1 frienda sod tha public generally. tLat they are now receiving and opening a NEW and apiendid stock of Spring and Sommrr Goods! at the old stsnd of W. H. Ballew. Their atock consists, in psrt, of LADIES DRESS O.OODSt Silks, Tissues, Bareges, Jaeonetta, Lawns, etc. GENTLEMEN'S DRESS G00DSI Cloths, Cssoimers, Tweeds, Linens, etc., Yc Also, s large atock of Ready Made OIi, th ing, Boots and Shoes, lists and Caps, Hard ware, Queensware, GROCERIES I Drngs and Dye-Stuffs. In fact, every article usually kept "by merchants to all of which they invite the publie to examine They are determined not to be undersold, as they think the system of Quick Sale and Short Profit is the beet, both for the customer snd the mer chant. Give them a eall and examine Gooda and prices. They charge nothing for show ing Goods. DEADER1CK A LOW BY. Athens, April 10, 1857-tf-44B SULPHUR SPRINGS, Rhea raunlv. Vmnn. THK81 Justly celebrated medicinal Spring, will be open for the reception of hoarder, on Monday, .w.m vwu riimn s rijtn lu.t, rroprtetors. . ... K. R. BASSEEN, Superintendent. May 89, 'St tf 45$ ATHENS FOUNDRY AND 3VTa.olxln.e3 WorbLa.. THE subscriber would respectfully an nounce to the eitixens of Athens and the pnhiie generally, that hs is now in operation uu prepnreti tono CASTING- of every description in his line, and would therefore solicit orders from all those who msv . - 1 1. : c 1 1 , , , - wont- biivuiihk; vi me Kinu. He is now casting and has for sale dif ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tifht Conk Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber. Office and Shoo troves, rtiso, not low ware: Watlle Irons: ... ! .. ..... . rioiigns, nirni and leit hand. Also, the Kileore Spiral or Incline Water. Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou, sand feet per day. A 11 kinds of MAOHINBRT fitted np in the best and most durable manner, and upon short notice. Also, Iron Railing of every description. He is also prepared to do all kinds of Brass oast in jr. Thehieheet Cash price will be paid for OT.T) COPPER. C. ZIMMKRMAN. P. 8. There is connected with the Works an excellent Pattern Maker, ao that persons wishing eastings can have patterns made to order. c. Z. Athens. Tenn., July 18. 1858 tf 408 HFVTOVAI-. Saddle, Bridle and Harness MANTJFACTOIIY. Wett Side of the Puldio Square. rflHK subscriber would return his sincere thanks to the public generally for the tetf liberal patron age he has received, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of the same. He has Just returned from Philadelphia with a good stock of materials, which enabble. him to manufacture any article In hi. line with promptness and despatch. Hog-skins for seating. Enamelled Leather of all enters, Pad "kins, Bridle Bits, Stirrup Irons, and various other articles, for sale low down for caah. ne keeps constantly on hand a good assortment of daddies. Bridles, Whips. Ae. Please call before purchas ing elsewhere, on the Square, between Gibson's and Boyd's Stores. EDWIN A. ATLEE. Athens, Aprllll.lSM-tf-m Valuable Property for Sale, TAM offering for sale my home place a very desirable properly consisting of about 80 acres of chtiics Land, in good con ditionon which there are a comfortable and roomy Dwelling House, Kitchen.Smoke house, good Barn and Stables, Ae., and a selection of choice bearing Fruit Trees, Also, 160 acres of Land, si tun t in the West aide of McMinn eountvj an unimproved Lot in the town of Charleston. Ilradley county, adjoining the Rail Road Depot Lot; and a number of unimproved Lois situate between the town of Athens and the Rail Road Depot. Terms to be agreed upon. A. D. KEYES. Athens. Jan 18, 1857-tf-434 TTST RU'EIVEB-rir. Parker's Pain Pan acea; Stark's Indian Fever and Ague Remedy, an external application Infalihle; Macauha and Scotch Snuff; Hay. Liniment; Arabian Liniment; Steel and Ollt Pens; Puttyand Window Glass and for sale hy march 14 WM. BURNS. Threshers ! I WOULD Ju.t Inform all who wish ta hoy Threshers for the coming season that they should call and give in their orders, a. It Is time they were going on, and that I am prepared to make a favorable arragrment with all who wish to buy. 8. K. REEDER. Athens, Jan. , '67-tf Premium Wheat Fans ! IMPORTANT TO FARMERS TVIE subscriber would respectfully Inform the Farm ing publio and all others Interested, that he still eonMuues to manufacture ,. I . 'i'hltrber'a Im proved Premium Wheat t aim. at the old stand in Philadelphia, Tenn., where he will be happy to wait upon his old friends and a. many new onea as may desire the machines. These Fans are an Improvement upon the "I. T. Orant Fan." by Mr. Thurber, who was the inventor of the Orant Fan. These Fana have re ceived Premiums where large numbers were on exhibi tion. In various State, of Ihe Union, to wit: In New York, where there were over fifty competitors for the premium, and in Ohio, where there were thirty con tending for the same. Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and the Middle Division of the State of Ten nessee, have acknowledged the superiority of these Fan. hy awarding premiums, at their respective Fairs, to the proprietors. This Fan also took the premium at Columbia, So. Ca., last Fall. In a word, they are supe rior to anything ever before offered to the public. He suhjoins a certificate or several gentlemen of Philadel phia, well known to the people of lower East Tennessee: "This certlfles that the undersigned timed and tried N. U. Thurher's Premium Wheat Fan, and state that it cleaned one hushel per minute, separating all filth to such a degree of perfection that it cannot be rivalled hy any Fan now In use; and wo recommend all who stand In need of such a machine to examine this Improved Fan before purchasing elsewhere. J. D. Joxrs, Cms. Caxmok, A. W. Cokast. His wagons, with Fan., will travel throughout lower East Tennessee and upper Georgia, during the present Spring and ensul'g Summer. J. COTTON. Philadelphia, Tenn., April IT, 195T-lf-447 To Cotton and Woolen Mannfac- tnrera, null Hand Companies, Tlat chlnUta, and Clenernl Denier. MACHINE BELTING, for Gins, Threshers Mills, Factories, Ae., Ac, made from best whole hide Leather curried, riveted, stretched and cemented at our works In Newark. N. J. All widths, 1 to 14 Inches, snd of warranted quality. Picker and Lace Leather; Calf and Sheep Roller Skins; Roller Cloth; Roller Brush es; lioom Dusters; Pickers; Stripping Cards; Ring Trav ellers; and a variety of Factory Findings. Sole Leath er of every description; English, French, and Ameri can Calf Skins; Lining and Rinding Skins; Shoe Pegs; Lasts; Root Trees; Peg Jacks, Ac, Ac, and a general assortment of Root and Shoemakers' Findings; Hog Skins; Sheep 8klna, and Morocco Skin.. Harness Leather; Bridle, Skirting and Belt Leather; Patent and Enamelled Leather and Enamelled Cloths. ALSO, A general assortment of Knddlerr IInrd vs-nre, Coarh Hardware, and loarh Trimming-. Springs, Axle., Malleable Castings, Bands, Bolt., Screws, redoes. Hubs, Spokes. Shafts Poles, Moss. Carlrd Hair, Oil and Brussels Carpets' Varnishes, Sand Paper. Ac, Ac. For sale low at our Wholetale Saddlery Wurhnnee. BIIKHMAN, JKSSUP A CO., No.SS Broad stret,HrMrt,(7. nARKAL, NICHOLS A CO., Corner of Raael and Meeting.!,., riarl'tan. S O BUTTS, NICHOLS A CO.. oct24-1y-422 Ko. Liberty street, Aete York. MONTVALE SPRINGS. BT STF.Alf Fit AI STAGE. TVTOTIC E l hreby given to vl.itors to Montvsle that 1 the light draught Meanter JO. JAQT'F, Win run dally between Concord and Lnnlsvllle, Tenn connecting with a line of Four Horse COACHES, run nlng dally between Louisville and Mnntvale. The Steamer Jo. Jaone. having undergone thorough repair, will afford visitors traveling over this line a pleasant trip of one and a half hours on the Holston River, presenting some of th. most attractive sccn.ry In the world. The accommodations at Col. TIBBS' HOTEL, at Con cord, will be a. good as can be found In East Tennes see, snd terms as rea.onabte. Fare through from Concord to Mnntvale .... an on SAFFELL. PRO. A CO. Lonlivllle, Tenn., June 1, 1 WT tf 4o4 P. 8. Passenger. ir Montvsle should sol fall to procure Tickets for C-oneord. c New Goods-Latest Arrival ! C. f IUUSO.Y P VO.f North-vet Corner of Public Square, -rv tvPtriTPirf T V ;nr, a.:. r:j. V tho nulilie wenerallv that th .r. fnat in receipt of one of the largest and best as- aortmsnts oi Spiing and Snmnier Goods aver brought to this town. There is no mis t.tr. .knnt if ftlA fa! . 1. - a all ean aee who will do them the favor to call. They do not deem it necessary to go into oetaita, snu win vmv iuwquod u lew ar tielmi w-hich mi, be found amonc thoir lore. and splendid stock, such as Silks, Tissues, Roraaoa i!hallia. Jaeonetta. I -awn. Mn.lii,. Ginghams, Prints Ribbons, Laces, Trimmings, and every thing else in the line of Ladiea Dress Goods. For the rongher portion of Hod's ereation, they have Cloths, Cassimere, Tweeds, Kerseys, Linens, Cottonsdes, Vest- ... r if . r . 1 , inga, iiats oi an aescnpiiuns, doom ana snoea, ana every luing eise wrs oy wan in ini Also, GROCERIES augur, Coffee, Molas ses, ore., sc. Knw tliov nnt nnlw liave tba HnnAm Lit t - j -- j -- - --v..v tbov are dotprtnined to sell thm Iabtm- than anybody, for ('ash, or in exchange far Ap proved Country Produce. Give thero a eall and examine their atock. They don't charge nary reef for showing their uoois. April zt, 1807 New Goods for the Million ! A trir.HA.GrH 4H entn. XTOULl) reanectfull v eall the attention nf v v the people to the splendid assortnientof prinsr ana summer hoods. just reeeived, at their new Brick Corner with Iron Front, which Were nnrchaaednii tha tio.t terms, and sre now offered st as low rates as such Goods can be purchased any where in tha State, For the LADIES, they have the latest styles of Dress Goods. Trimmings, Muslins, frtnts, Linens, i.aces, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and Gloves. Also, the Bon nets and Trimmings. A large stock of GKNTLKMEN'S WEAK, such ss Cloths, Cassimers, Satinets, Vesting,, Tweeds. Drillings, Ac, Ae. READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hats, Boota and Shoes. Drugs and Medicines, Paints snd Dye-stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery and Queensware, Groce ries, Iron, Steel, Nails and Castings, besides every other article usually kept in retail Stores. Give them a eall. They consider it no trouble to show Goods. They sre deter mined not to be undersold. rST" All binds of C!niintrv P.ah.. . lr . - in exchange for Goods. May 2-897 Farm for Sale. THE subscriber desires to sell her Fsrm, in the neighborhood of Athens. It is situ ate on the road leading to Benton, about two miles from the Athens Depot, and eontsins some 400 acres, a portion of it under improve ment, and the balance is well timbered, and all well adapted to cultivation. There are sev eral Springs of good water on the Farm, and plentv of Fruit Trees. Also, a comfi rtable Dwelling House, Negro Hour.es, die. Persons desiring to purchase can obtain a bargain. BAKDY bllADFOKD. Athens, March 20, lS67-tf-44S G. B. THOMPSON Si CO., Cleveland, Tenn WHOLbWALE AMD TAIL DKALKKS IH Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, Oil, Paints and Paintera Articles, armnnea, it inaow s.iaua ana rat. tj, f.Iaavware, Perfumer', Vc. ALSO. Fine Snap, Fine Hair and Tooth Bnuhel, Paint jlrunfiee, burqicat ana ienral Ittelrumente, S'ure Win and Bratxltrt for it'dical Pur-poet, ranry Atuctee, etc., era. wrm all vita atsbt oa moral it a T MEDICINES OF THE DAT. WE make onr purchases for cash, and offer roods equally as low as they can be obtained from any similar establishment in this section, and warrant ed to be fresh, pure and aenulne. Orders promptly filled, and satisfaction guarantied, with regard both to price and quality. Physicians' Prescriptions attended to al all hours of the day and night. 8eptft-ly-41fi CLARK'S Celebrated Flouring Will. GRINDING and Bolting at a single opera tion. 8A inch Stone Price $7fi0 will turn out AO bills, per day. 80 inch Stone Price f-700 will turn out 40 bbls. per day. This Mill is the chenpest, most simple, du rable and compact, requiring less power, less attention, and makes a larger yield and bet ter quality of Flour, than any other in use or for ssle. Mills ean be seen running at Kings ton. We also manufacture very superior Corn snd Feed Mill upon the snme principle If any man will furnish me the power so that I can run a 22 inch pulley 850 times a minnU, with 8 inch hand, I will put up the Mill and rnn it 80 days if hs will furnish me as much Wheat as I can grind In that time, at f 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 and all the expenses of running, and leave the Mill in as good repair as it was at the beginning. Address THOS. B. WcELWEE, Kinniton, Tenn. References as to responsibility : Athens, Chat tanooga, and Kingston. tSfThe above Mills ean also be purchased of C. L. KING, Riceville, Tenn. Jan 16, 1857-lv-484 Valuable Property for Sale. rrHE subscriber, desirous of returning to L the mercsntile business, offers for sale his present residence in the suburbs of Athens, and about 400 Aoroat of XjaxicI. the most of which ia in the immediate neigh borhood of town. The Dwelling House is large snd commodious, and most desirsbly situated, snd the greater portion of the Land is good and well adapted for farming purpo ses. Any person desiring to purchase can obtain a bargain by applying soon. Terms made accommodating. S. K. REEDER. Athens, Deo. 6, 1856-tf-4'i8 Schenectady .Ifrifulfural Works MANUrAOTtlaS IMPROVED RAILWAY MORSE POWERS, THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS. COM BINED TH MASHERS AND WINNOWERS. CLOVER HULLERS AND CLEANERS. WOOD SAWING MACHINES, Ao. nPIIE undersigned having been twenty I years engaged 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 can give satisfac tion Vo all who may favor them with orders. Our Horse Powers are made strong, and to geared that it requires the team to travel only about If milea per hour to thresh dry grain, thereby making it suitable to work either hones or cattle on them. Our Threshers and Threshers and Winnow ers are so constructed as to discharge all ths grain and dust through the machine, and not into the feeder's faoe as is usual with other kinds. The Thresher snd Winnower has revolv ing wire separator, whioh does its work mors perfectly than eon be done in any other way. The Separator (Riddle) has a fork straw shaker, which shakes the grain out of ths straw as it passes from Ihe Thresher. We warrant these machines to suit the pur chaser upon trial, or they ean be returned aud ths money refunded. O. WESTING HOUSE 4 CO. S3T These machines will be for aale In Athens as soon ss they ean be brought out by stesmer. 8. K. REEDER, Agent. . April 8, 1667-tf-445 Hiwassee College, Monroe Co., Tenn. CiTTUATlOS, In the country, 1)f mile, from Madl. - ' ........... ,,ivLri-nn. a. it. fironer, m. ai,, Pr."ti SamT 8. Poak, Fsq., A. P., Vice Pr..'l; , .,,.. ,.,. pnir. tiii infi. volumes in Libraries 1100. Btudents last yea 100. Lareo new oardlne Ffnli.a eolna tin r.tl aaln m a ember 1. may 1-tMtej I. f. KCT, fee'y. Dr. McLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE IilVEIt'riLLS. Tweeftfce best Preparations aftheAs, 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., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sole Proprietors. SC0VIL 4 MEAD, ISo. Ill Chsrtres street, New Orleans, General boiesaie Ageui ior the Southern States to whom all orders I1I1IOV " " .. - ..... ... Sold by P. 11. Kiih A Co., Athens, Tenn. nr.. v... " .1 JS. MJV MIo, J. II. Pattow, Sweetwster, " IIdrlkt A Johnson, Loudon, ' J. II. Magill A Co., Mouse Creek, " AlcxanmbA HcKamt, Benton, " J. A. A C W. Cow-,Msdieonville, " J. M. A J. i. Knox, Charleston, W. H. A i M. Cbaiouilis, Cleveland. Deo 8, 1 886-1 y-428 Cedar Grove Hi?h School, NINTH KKSMOK. Commencing Monday, April SM.1S57. THE Trustee, have completed their arrangements with Mr. H. U. Hbtwous to take cl.arre of till School for the two sessions neit ensuing. The fchiel Is located In a pleasant and healthful neifrljberhood.fouf miles South-east of Charleston, Bradley Co., Tenn. Jtatetqf Tuition.prStion: 1st Class Orthography, Reading. Penmsnshlp.Prl- mary Geography, and Mental Arithmetic t td Class Arithmetic, Ancient .nd Modern Geogra- . phy, Knglish Grammar and Modern History I 8d Class Algehra, Geometry. Surveying. Analyti cal Geometry, Astronomy, Higher Mathen atirs, Physiology, Latin, Greek and French Languages,. .11 Contingent fee Mtcti. So student will be received lor a Ins term thsn one half session, and no deduction made for lost time ex cept In cases of protracted sickness. Board Istftctl. per day. Joss Mrs, I A. J. Oats, VTrusteei. March 97-tM2T Jons Hambbiost, ) LtxAeus. Foundry. nAVINO engaged the services of Mr.F.M.KiLonss, who is authorised to receive orders and transact all business appertaining to the Foundry, any r" wanting Information In regard to Machinery, Ac, viU be attended to by calling at the Foundry. Athens, July 11, 18at-tM0T C. ZIMMERMAN. Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. TO sll persons afflicted with Sesual Diseases, such II Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, .1 Self Ahuae, Ac, Ar. The Howard Association, In view of the awful destruc tion of human life, caused hy Eeiual Diseases, and Ih. deceptions practised upon the unfortunate victims ' such diseases by Quacks, havs directed their Consult ing Surgeon, as a charitable act worthy ol their nsmr, to give Medical advice gratie, te all persons thus f flicted, who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, (sge, occupation, habits ol life. Ac) end Is caaes of exrteme poverty and suffering, to furnish Meal elnes free of charge. The Howard Association Is a benevolent Inilfl"tl" eatabllshed by .pedal endowment, for the rrllrf of the sick and distressed, afflicted with "Virulent sod demlc Diseases." II has now a surplus of meant, which the Directors have voted to expend In advertising ths above notice. It is needless to add that the A nods, tion commands the highest Medical skill of the sir, snd will furnish the most approved modern treatment. Just published, hy the Association, a Keport on 'p'f matorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness.the vice ol 0iisnlt MaaturhaUon or Self Abu.e, and other disessrs f Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will he .ent by mall, (In a sealed envelope.) free of chsrgr, n th. receipt of two .taatps for pestsge. Address, Dr. GEO. It. CALHOUN, Consulting nrg"'i Howard Association, No. t South Ninth street, Phlut" delphia, Pa. Dy order of the Directors. Esba D. Hsabtwku, President. O ao. Faibchilo, Secretary. Feb s-ly-r Threshers! Threshers! I HAVE received an Agency for the ssls of lh Threshers snd other Agricultural Implements man nfaotured by Richard H. Peaae, at Albany, New York. A sample of Ihe two and one horse Threshers, ss. Horse Powers, has been received, snd sll thoss '''"'"J to buy Threshers this season are requested to call M examine them before purchasing elsewhere. Coireis at once and examine them, and If you like th. sit chines, the term., and Ihe warranty, give me your o" tier., that I may get them here before harvest. 1 will alsa sell orders for Saw Mills, Grain rradle, Corn Shelters, Plows, Ac., a sample of which eta w seen st the Ware-room, near th. Depot. Ian also agent for the sals of J. Cotton A On s su perior Wheat Fans. ,. k4 Order, for Threshers and Orsla Cradles should ss sent In before flrst of March, to get here In time wr harvest. Jan l JA. M. HENPEBI1" McEwen & Gillespie HAVE reeeived and opened their Fall snd Winter floods, and respectfully Invite attention October 6, 0 Livery and Sale Stable, Bweetvrater, Tenn. THE snhsertheThegslesvetolnformth.trsvllngP" He that hs has opened a large and eommoHIO'ti ble In Sweetwater, on tha Ea.t T.nness.s and Kail Road, where they ean be accommodated to nrs and Raddle., Bnrrles, Hack., Ae., Ac. f"on U'T Ing te snd from Montvsle Springs will And ' Insereat le est conveyance from Sw.etw.ter--d" milt. H. wiu sh)0 trals la Horse., ?"'"J,T an HS-vMBS B-TBABWOOP.