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SEIIORN &, HORNSBY'S
"lliltETMt!S All Right on the "Geese!" 1 IfHlCII ean fully demonstrated by refer nee to tin following very meagre litt of rich, fashionable, brilliant and cheap UooJs, eoneisting of fin Gold aod Silver Watehea, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Pocket aod Talle Cutlery, Ouas and Pistol, Clocks, Toy. Perfumery, Cigara and Tobaeeo, Ready-Maid Clothing, Bonnets, Uoota aod Shoe, 4c. Their Goods are all of the beat quality, and are offered cheaper than Good of similar grade can be bought in East Tennessee. But to the list read, reflect, and buy s Fin Gold Hunting ease Layer Watches, plain and full jeweled 13 and 18 carat cases, ; ' Fine Hunting-ease Silver Lever Watches, plain and full jeweled. Fine Duplex llunting-ease Chinese Watches, full jeweled. Fine Detached Lever Hunting-ease and plain Hunting case Lapioa Watches Silver, Gold and Gilt cases. Fine Gold Fob, Vest, Guard and Neck Chains. Fine Silver Fo Vest, Keck and Guard Chains. Fine Gold and Silver Guard and Fob Keys. Fine Gold Breast Pius for Ladies, of every variety and style; Ear Bobs fine gold, gold atone sets; Ear Rings; Fine Gold Bracelets. Gents Pins a large lot plain and Masonic Pins. Ladies Cuff Pins, a large lot. Finger Rings Gold, Cornelian, Glass and Fancy. Gold Lockets and Charms. Coral Necklaces and Armlets; Jet Neck lces and Bracelets; White Satin Bead Neck laces; Bugle Beads. Jet Breast Pins and Ear Bobs. Silver Wart Table, Tea, Desert, Cream, Mustard and Salt Spoons; Butter and Pickle Knives; and Soup Ladles. Tablt Cutlery. Knives, fine Ivory handled, and Plated Forbs; Nut Crackers; Carving and Butcher Knives. Plated Ware. Fine Table and Tea Spoons; Butter and Fruit Knivea and Fruit Baskets. fine Pocket Cutlery Consisting in part of fine Pen Knives, Sporting Knives, Razors and Scissors, Fine Razor Strops. Port Monnaiei and Card Cases a large and splendid assortment; Silver, Shell and Pearl Port Monnaies and Card Cases; Morocco, Vel vet and Buckskin Port Monnaies and Purses. A large lot Cabas, Reticules, Work Boxes, and Beaded Bags. Combe. Shell Tuck and Side Combs; India Rubber Tuck, Puff, Side, Neck md Long Combs; Horn Took, Puff and Side Combs; In dia Rubber Fine, Redding and Pocket Combs; Ivory Fine and S. S, Fine Combs; English Horn Fine, Redding and Pocket Siamese Combs. India Rubber, Steel and Fancy Hair Tina. Cigar Cases Morocco and Wire. iliuieal Inetrumenti Fl u tin as, Aeeordeons, Tremblers, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Fifes, ' Clsrionets, Haimonicums, Musical Boxes, and Harps of every grade. Gun and Putol: Colt's Repeating Rifle Gun, six shooter, Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns, boys and men's. Colt's Repeating Pistols, 4, 6, and 6 inch barrel, improved patent; Ellis' Patent Repeating Pistols, self cocking, five shooter, Allen's Self-cooking Re volving Pistole, 4, 6, and 6 inch barrels: Al len's Self-cocking Rifle Tistols, S, 8, 4, and 6 inoh barrels; Allen's Doubts Barrel Rifle Pis tol ; A large lot of cheap Pistols, double aod single barrels, 1,28 to b each. - -A Large Lot of Clvcki Spring and Weight, one month, eight day and thirty hour. Fine Toilet and Looking Glasses; Shaving Glasses and Cases.' Shaving, Hair. Nail, Comb, Tooth, Flesh, Cloth and Marking Brushes. Fine Sets Waiters and Tea Boards; Fin China Flower Vases, new style; Motto Cups; Jewel Cups; Puff Boxes; aod" Toy Mugs. A Large Lot of Toy, of every kind, for children. Stationery, die. Note Paper, white and dif ferent colors, with Envelope to suit; Letter Paper, laid, Ae. Steel Pens aod Pen Holders; Lead Pencils, blue and black Faber' and other makes. . ' - . Petfumerif.k large lot Perfumery and Oils for the'Hsir, Extrsuts for the Handker chief, different kinds; Balm of 1000 Flowers; Lyon's Katharion, for restoring, preserving sud beautifying Hair, Extracts for Cooking. A Splendid Auortment of Spectacle and Glauet. Silver Temple Concave and Convex Spectacles; German Silver Tempi Plain and Colored Glasses, single and double eyes; Wire and Cloth Frame Goggles, Colored Glasses; BRAZILIAN PEBBLE GLASSES, In Silver Frames, all ages. ItEADYOIADE CLOTHING I Fine Black Cloth Frock Coats; Cassimere Coats; Italian Cloth Coats; Frenoh Drap d'Et Coats; Linen Coats; Gingham Coats; Grass Linen Coats; Marseille Coats; Whit Linen Coats; Fine Doeskin, Cassimer, French Drap d'Ete, Linen and other Pants; fin Black Satin, Cloth, Silk, Whit Satin, Marseilles, Linen and Gingham Vests. Shirts, plain White Linen and Fancy aew style; Net Shirts; Net Drawers, brown aod bUaohed. Hat. Fin Soft For and Wool Hats; Black nd Colored New Style Hats, stiff brim and soft crown: Bors Blsck Woo) Hats. Ladiet Bonnet A fin lot latest style white and different colors Silk, all price, 14 to tlO each. Ladies Collar and Undersleeves; Mohair Head Dresses; Linen Handkerohiel's, hero- atiched and plain. t Jfoone for Ladies Skirts, nsw style. f BOOTS AND SHOES. We have for the Gentlemen, fin French Calf Skin Boots; Black Cloth, Patent Spring Fancy, and black Lasting Gaiters, and any other kind any body wants. For the Ladies, we have any thing in the way of Kid Boots, Kid Walking Shoes, Kid Slippers, Blaok and Fanev Gaiters; Goat Boots and Booteea. A good lot Misses and Children' Shoe Boots and Gaiters. For further particular, enquire at the old tend, North aid publio Square, where may be found a "little of everything" the neces sities of man or woman may require or imagi nation invent. SEUORN A HORNSBY. ' April 10, 188 Wheat and Flour. rwilIR sweaerlbws hsv completed Uis most perfect - M. arrangement that can be made for the sale of Wheal and Four, and during (he remainder oi mis Year trill devote their attention almost exclusively to the aals of these two arlIHe, and they ean Bay to their patrons, with certainty, that they mm realise as mucn net montr be thinning here as to ear market beyond Atlanta, and will do It with Iris risk and In sharter time. As to the peculiar advantages of oaf saarket every on It familiar who knowt In locality. We wnl aoeept 80 dayt bills on Wheal, payable hers or at Augusta, mr tnres innrtnt ine vaiue oi .nnsnwuie, aoeomnanled bv Rail Road recetnti. Ws think II ad visable for shippers of Floor to draw mott of their bills ar 4ft and 00 dayt, at mors time requires; lor uia of flour than for Wheat. Rv reference to our weekly rerlewt of tht market, published In the Tennessee pa pers, you ean always know aoeuratety wn tneee an clM are worth. v SKAGO, AHROTT a CO., Oeaeral Oomnilatlon Merchant. AUanla, Oa., Aug T, 18ST-U XUCx. OooUo'si Soliool, t'or Ysunsr Ladles. rpllR Seventh Station of Mrs. Cooke's School for ' t oung larilet will commence on Monday, Septem ber Viet, to eenllnue twenty wweke. Terms at u.ual. Tuition payable In advance. There will be added to the ntual Instruction a ltpartment for Drawing and Krobrotdery. Athens, Sept -lf-tI Chancery Sale of Mill Site & Land 1 PURSUANT to decree of th Chancery Court at Athens, at the August term, 1867, I will sell, on the premises, on the 0th day of November next, the MILL SITE and -LAND ATTACHED, containing seven acres 96 poles, more or less, it being the Mill Site that belonged to the estate of Jaokson Smith, dee'd, and where titer was in his lifetime a Grist and Saw Mill. A credit of six, twelve and eighteen months will be given on all, ex tent the sum f fifty dollars, whioh will be required to be paid down. Bond and seen Vity for th remaining balance, with interest from dat, and a lien retained on the Land .'until all ispaid. WM. LOWRY, C. fc Y. 8-r.t 25. 185 -t-pi's fe t.o0-4 0 f w - ' f4'S4 RtWIirtP prime Red Wheat wanted . HVpl. It " " CALDWELL COLLEGE, . noarersTlUet Tess. TriE Second Setaioa of this lottttuUon will commence the tint Wed owl ay of September. Although Cald well College fa bat la in Infancy, It Is the Intention and determination of to Trutleoe and faculty that it shall be oonducted upon suck principle! at t. commend It to the n-ieodt of tharougk education, and shall render it, In point of advantages, second to no Institution la th South or Sooth-weal. ...''' Kogersvill already enjoys an enviable reputation for lu educational advantages, and It la the determina tion of the friends of education, who have embarked in thlt enterprise, that the work so antpicloutly begun hall be carried forward, and that our schools thai! be of tucb a character as to command the respect, confl dene and patronage of a dlacrlminaliog public The Inttitntion Is under the Presidency of Rev. A. H. DASH1KLL, D. 1)., a gentleman of nniihed acbolarahip and large experience at an Instructor of youth; a gen Ueman who is extensively known at on of the most eloquent divines of the South. Us will be aided by an able Faculty. Lociviob. Rogertville Is a thriving village, and in a country noted for its healthful climate and its varied snd picturesque beauty. It it about fourteen mites from Bull's Gap, on the B. T. and Va. Railroad, th point at which th Rogersville and lefferson Railroad will inter sect said road. It is now connected with the Railroad by daily back, so that there will be no difficulty In reaching it. Th Branch Railroad la now under eon tract and will be puched forward with energy. Boabdibo. Boarding ean be had in the best families f th village, so that while absent from home the stu dent will not be deprived of th amenities of domestic sttociation. Student upon their srrival In th village will, upon application to J. G. Mitchell, Treaiurer.or J. W Rogan, Secretary, be aided in securing boarding bouses. EXPENSKS. Tuition, per term of twenty weeks f 20 Board, Including lodging, fuel, lights, IS per weak.. 40 Wsthlng, per dosen, 87 M eta., or S3 par term 5 Janitor and Incidental, per term 8 Library, Ord inary Repairs, Ac 4 Total, Fall Session T " Sprint Session M Total for the year 144 For further particulars reference Is made to the Cata logue of last Session, which will be forwarded to any one applying to th undersigned. JAS. W. HOGA.N, See'y Board Trustees. Ang tl, 18o7-m 466 , Ex Parte Petition t Sell Land. Ezekiel John, Guardian of Marti; B. John. IN obedience td an order of th County Court of McMinn county, at October term. 1857, 1 will, on the 5th day of November next, sell, on the premises, to the highest bid der, for cash in hand, 10 Acre of LAND the South wert quarter of section six, town ship four, range first, Kast of th meridian, Hiwasse District. This tract ia sold sepa rate and subject te th widow's dower here tofore laid off to Tier. Also, the South half ef th South-east Snarter of section six, township four, range ret. East of the meridian, Hiwassee District. The above Land is sitisated fi venules North east of Athens. Those wishing Land will do well to attend. WILLIAM GEORGE, Clerk. Oct 1, 1857-8 t-prs fee $4-478 Chancery Sale of Land. IN pursuanoe of two decree rendered In th Chancery Court, at th June term, 1867, 1 will proceed to tell, to th highest bidder, on the 20th day of November, 1557, on the premises, two undivided sevenths of the island Farm, known a th "JACOB BA KER ISLAND," situate near the mouth of Little Tennessee river, adjoining th Lands of Lenoir and other, on a credit of six and twelve months, with bond and 'security and lien retained on the land until th purchase money is paid. J. A. COFFIN, C. fc M., By C. B. Meal, d. o. a m. Oct 1, 1859-td-prs fee $3-478 Notice. IN obedience to a decree of the Chancery Court at Athens, rendered at the August term, 1857, 1 will sell, at th Court house door in Athens, to the highest bidder, for oash, on Saturday, the 21st day of November next, the HOUSE AND LOT in the town of Athena, on th South side of Eastanallee Creek, known as the "Sehorn property," and al present occupied as a residence by R. T. Engledow. Also, a VACANT LOT in said town, adjoining th Lota of John Crawford and th Lot occupied a grocery by Cat & Walker. J. B. COOKE, lYuttce. Athens, Oot 0, 1857-7t-472 Behold and Wonder! flHE subscribers would respectfully an X nounoa to all th world, that they are now receiving from New York and Philadel phia, on of th largest, best selected, aud most fashionable stocks of , Spring and Summer Goods ! ever offered in this market Having mad their purel ases with great oare, and upon th 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. Thev will keep constantly on band every thing that is usually kept, and more too. Their stock consists, in part, of LADIES DRESS O00DS I such as Silks, Beragea, Brilliants, Lawae, Jac onets, Muslins, Ginghama, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss, Black Silks, Argentines, Prints of all ? rices and styles, Ladies Crinolines and Brass loops, new styles. Laoes, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings. Collars, Bonnets, new and beau tiful, Misses Hats and Gipsies, Rouches; Hats of all kinds Leghorn, Straw, Fur and Saxony; Cloths, Cassimers, Cottonades, Fanners' Drill, Rleaohed and Browa Domes tics, ill widths; Tickings, Italian Cloths, Hab it Cloth, Vesting, READY-MADE CUfTHIXQ! something new, Grass and Silk Coats, Mar seilles and Satin Vests, eVe. Hardware and Cutlerv. Gune.Snades. Show. els, Forks and Axe. Also, th best Scythe itiaaes in America; vueensware, Uliina and Glassware, all kinds; Books and Stationery. A large stook of Gold Jewelry, such as Breast l"iaa. Ear Drops, Rings, dc, at low prices, W ask you to come and ee our Goods, and we feel sure ion will say they are cheap and buy them. W. G. HORTON fc CO. April 1 Threshers ! I WOULD Jmt Inform sll who with la buy Threihers for th coming teaton that. they thould call snd glvs In their ordert, at it It time they were going on, and that I am prepared to make a favorable armament with all who wl.h to buy. 8. K. UKKDER. Athens, Jan. ,'67-tf XL BTJTJ033D Through Rates of Freight Front NASHVILLE KNOXV1XLE. AND STATIONS ON THS Eait Tenneue t tleorfia Rati tttad. SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses (in barrels,) Tobaoeo (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oil (in barrels,) Copperas, Rope and Cordage, Firh, Cheese, Soap, Star and Tallow Candles, Whit Lead, Bar Lead (in kegs and boxes,) Pig Lead and Shot (in kegs,) Liquors (in barrel and cask, Crockery War (in crates and casks,) per 100 lbs., 50o. No article entitled to this rat except those (pacified above. Shot and Lead ia bundles, and bottled Liquor will be charged th 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 Rail Road, will be forwarded free of commission when con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road, at Nashville, dray age only charged, whioh has been contracted for at 75 cent per ton of 2000 lbs. Every packag must have the nam of th Station ol delivery plainly marked on it. Road will not he responsible for ordinaav leakage of Liquor, Oils or Molasses, and will only pay for deficiency of contents when packages show marks of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamer and Dray age will be nailed to consignees from Nash villu, showing, also, th tim of arrival and departure of th good. ft. C JACKSON, Supl Eitst Tnnes A Georgia Rail Road. March, 185 -tf-441 TVHT li:( Klvr.B-nr. Parker's Pain Fan aceai Stark'a Indian Fever snd A cue Reme.tr aa external application infaliblo; Maeaubaand Scotch SnulT: llay'a Liniment: Arabian Liniment: Kt.el nH 0 III Fene: Fully snd Window Olass an. tor tale by tar. n it . . 1FM, SURN. ; CAMPBELL & BRIDGES, PRODUCE COMMISSION DEALERS, ALL order will be promptly attended to and faith fully uMUted. . July Sl-tf-tox .........a., aies. Lowe & Rice, Auction & Commission Merchants AND (IE1YKRJ1L PRODUCE DEWLER8, Comer of Loyd and Alabama streets, Atlatnta, Cleorg-isu VConsjgnaients solicited. march lT-ly-444 TjBUT "ST. (Of 7'miMMes,) WITH Jacob Mayer & Co., mtpriCTtrtsa asb waouaAJL dsaleks IX CLOTHING! Clothing Warehouse, No. (3 North Third street, (Airtooem .ArcA and Cherry,) PHH.ABEt.PHIA, PA. rTHI undersigned call the attention of East Tennea. see Merchants to their large and varied stock of Ready-ilad Clothing, mad up In the latest and moat approved ratniont, which cannot rail to give sat isfaction to all who purchaa them. We respectfully tollcit a thorough examination of our stock by Merchants visiting Philadelphia, bofore making their purchases. JACOB MAYER A CO. Febi7-tf-t0 ALEX. U. W1LLACS.. W. C. BOSUSOI. Wallace & Robinson, General Commission Merchants, AS ESALSSS IX TENNESSEE PRODUCE, Atlanta, Georarla, WILL give special attention to the sale of Bacon, Lard, riour, Whitkey, Tobacco, Ac. Contign. mentt retpectfully solicited. Premptattentlon i iren to Oath orders. Agents for the sale of Stearnes A Marvin's Fire-Proof Bsfet. tnsr M-ly-425 a. a. BRARDBX... .wn.s.raiscisco. Bearden & Francisco. PHOutCE AND COMMISSION HVXesx'ola.a.xa.tsBi. .nJCOJV, GEORGWA, WILT, tell on compilation Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, Oata, Peatheri, and TeBnetie Produce gener ally. Persons shipping to us csn rely upon prompt returns. Referto Merchants snd Cltlsensof Knoxville; Mor gan A Co., Jo. Edwards, Jat. C. Luttrell, Comptroller, Nathrllle; T.J.Campbell, Cleveland; Klchard C.Jack ton, Athens; Long A Smith, Klchard B. Campbell, Ben. Chandler A Co., Chattanooga. FebSO-tf-48 J. T. & WM. D. W00TT0N, Suceeuor to Wootton & Holloaay,) Commission Merchants, Cotton Avenne MACOIV, GA., WILL pay ttrlct attention to all consignments from northern Oeorgia and Tenneetee. And If prompt returns desevv any endis tbey hope te snsre a portion, at leaat, of the puMnr patronage Liberal advances made on goods In store. If detired. JOBS T. WOOTTOB WIUJUI . WOOTTOS. march tT-1y-444 John L Ms French & Co., GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CHATTANOOGA TETflT. march 6-tf-Ml P. D. GATES, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION IVIeroliaiit) No. II Broadway New Tor k, DEALER in Agricultural Implements and Machine ry. Sole Agent for the sal of Wheeler, Mellek A Co't Horse Powers and Threthert; Combined Threth. rt snd Winnowers snd other machines, in East Ten aettee. Alto, General Agent for their tare hrthe Sooth ern States. Orders promptly executed for any kind of Machinery or Merchandite. Coniignmenttiollcited of all kinds of Southern Produce. Jsn I6-Iy-434 Robertson, Hodson Si PuIIiam, uroarxas axd jobbsks or 33 XI. -S- Gr 0.r X f3, No. tt Murray and IW Warren ttreetl, Comer of Chunk etreet, New York. BICWASB S. BOBBItrSOIt, BOBRBV W. rOLMAM, cbablbs c. nirnson, wiixiiw n. basiis, Qf Virginia. 01. Carolina. nstSlST . OBAIOMILES, I huob m'd. m'suuth, V Of TmnfMDtt. ' jobs a. caiioMiLts, ) Ang 29-1 y-U "lYATT, McBURNEY & CO., , . , nrasov iMrcnvBss abd wbolssalb dbalsbs tx Foreign &DomesticDry Goods, No. 87 Hsyne street, Charleston, S. C. B. BT1TT, WM. BfWBLTIS...AD0tJSTnS O WILT,- wm. srsBsr,.. .a. L. aiu-ssris, cms. roersa. junea-ijr-tni HARDWARE. COUltTiXliY, TRNIMKNTfc CO., niBXCT IMPORTERS OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, I'IstoIs, Ac, NO. 85 IIaTNR STRRBT, CHARLESTON, 8. C. WILLIAM O. OOUBTNXT. OILBIRT TXNNAXT. JAMBS . IVAN. Juae 17. '68 tf ui GILLILANDS.HOWEL &C0, 9IBICT IMPORTIBS A DBALBB8 IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods No. 83 Hayne street, CIIJim.ESTOJ; .47. N.B. Bolting Cloths always on hand. WM. . GILLILAND, BIDNBY S. HOWILL, W. O. GILLILAND. JAMES GILLILAND JAMES B. N10ROLS. Oct. 81.1851 tf IBS J. A. A N 8 LEY, orsr.RAL TJommlsaion and Prod are IVfercIiant, Offlot oo Broad street, opposite union Bank, .usuaitA. Grn.., WILL give prompt and perianal attention to the tale of Bacon, Lard, Grain, Floor, Cotton, and all articles of Merchsndfte contigned to liim. Alto, to the forwarding of Oooda for the Interior and Northern markets st the customary rates. Liberal advances, ei ther In eath or by acceptance., made on articles in ttort or when billt of lading accompany draflt. Rsntanncws: Baker, Wilcox A Co.; M. A B. Wilkinson; J. C. Parro, "Othier," Augusta, Oa. Hand, Wllllami A Wilcox; Thot. Trout A Co., Charlettnn, 8. C. Wm. Dun can; Paddelford, Pay A Co.; F. T. Willi., Savannah, Oa. Sturget, Bennett A Co., New Tork. J. C. Wiltnn A Co.; I. Stuart A Son, Baltimore. Wood A Low, New Orlrant. C. B. Welborn, Daltoo, O. Orenvllle A Sample, Chat tanoega, Tenn. Bearden, Son A Co., Knoxville, Tenn. S. K.Reeder, Athene, Tenn. W.Shapard A Co.; Berry A Demeville, Nsthvills, Tenn. Nov. x4, 'Be tf 811 o. r M If WESSON & COX, MAltnrAOTOBBRS ABD WBOLSSALB DBALBBS IB Boots and Shoes, No. It Oourtland street, (near Broadway,) SXUJB b. vbsm, I NEW Ton K. towsssbo oox, f . i . May lo-lye-Sl W1TSOB M. OOflXB, ) JAtrSB B. BAILBV, taieaf Oaiwiboro', Tnn. f samcblcoooosball. COOKE, BAILEY k CO., WnOLSSJtLB DS1LSSS III BOOT , BHOBS, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, cVc, JVo. 4, South Side 1'uhlie Square, NASH VII. I, E, TENN. ORDERS carefully filled, and goods promptly for. warded. Dee lS-ly-42 W. E. HALL M. D., ATHENS, TINN., WILL give his attention to th practice of Medi cine. Ofllce South of tits Brldgs. January SO, 1861. 4U DR JAMES B TAYLOR, ATHENS, TENNESSEE, WILL hereafter giv hi wholeattention to the Practice of Medioine. June 8, 1858 tf M. R. MAY, M. D., SUROEON AND PHYSICIAN, ATHENS, TENN., RESPECTFULLY tenders hi professional services to th pnbli. Jan. 14. 1 Si DR. J. L. ATLEE, Xlxyissloi,xs. j Hurijoon Athena. Tenn., 'W.'CriT.L sir his entire attention to th practice of w v medicine, omo at ths re.Heue r tn late Wm. P. Keith. 'ang WM. W. ALEXANDER, M. D., ILate cf RmmtrilU, Tenn.'i "WAVING rtmoved t ATTTFNS for th swrpess of a practicing Meiiicrn, Burgerr, unMetrfc and Dental Surgery, may h foond at hi office (Clear yellow bulldlns, near the Court-houae) or at nit reel denc In the Wett end of town, known at the Ori.ham houst, when sot professionally sbtenl. Jan t-I j X 33 KT T IS TXl "TT. - C. A. JORDAN,- . DENTIST, TENDERS hit servisas to th puklls In all ths Va rious branches of bit profession. Extracting Teeth l.each. The cash it ooaidercd due, in every Instance, when the work is don. Office on doer North of the Store of th 1st P. Boyd,Eq. July S-tf-l61 IX. E. DODSOV, D. D.S., Surceoa entlat, Office corner of Ocoe and Meadow streets, Cleveland, Tenn. Dental Material for sale. - May S-tMiO W. H. & R. COLLINS, Associate Traveling Dentists Address, Sulphur Spring; JulylS-tf Hhea caanfr, Tenn. W. H. BRIANT, Attorney c t Us wr, Athena, Tenn., 'lirn.L attend promptly to th collecting and securing " ' of claims, and will gin his undivided attention to ail business entrusted to his car, in McMinn and th surrounding counties. July 17-tf-t60 J. L. HAYS, A. ttorney t.t Xa xtr 111 wassee Copper Klines, JUb county, Tenn., yif.L attend all the Courts of the Third Judicial ' Circuit. may tiljtii J. N. DUNN, A- ttoruey . t Xjt xc-, June id Cleveland, Tenn. m-4S7 C. B. NEAIa, A. ttornoy . t Tja Tjter, Madisonwille, Tenn., TJI1.L practice In the Courts of Monroe, McMinn, ' Blount and Polk. . - may lo-tMfil oso. aaowir i. a. oooxB, Athens. Tunn. Maditonvilli Tmn. Attorneys 4t IJaw AMD SOLICITORS MJV CHJIJVCERY, WILL practice in the Chancery and Circuit Courts In the eounties of Monroe, McMinn, Polk, Brad ley, Meige, Roane and Blount, and In the Supreme and Federal Courts at Knoxville. Jsn I8-tf-485 WILLIE LOWRY, Attorney at Iiaw. Jan8-tf Athens. Tenn. 436 FRANK. S. HALE, Attorney at Ijmw, Athens. Tenn. Office up stairs In the Court-house, sept 19-ly-41f JARNAGINA CALDWELL, Attorney) t Zjaw, Athens, Tenn. TITOS r. JABBIOIB A.0ALDWBU. AprlH0-tf-88 . GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' ATHENS, TENNESSEE. 1 PRACTICES in the different oountieseom xing the Third Judicial Circuit will attend to the collecting and securing ofelaime and will give hi undivided attention to all buBinessentrusted to hi car. March 2. 1849 tf 28 HUMPHREYS HOUSE, Knoxville, Tenn. He II C HI P II It E Y 8 MAS leased for a term of years the large new Brick BuMUIng just completed for a Hotel, situated within s few yard, of the Paatenger Platform, fronting the Denote of both the East Tennettee and Georgia and Katt Tennessee and Virginia Rail Roadt, about the tame distance from each and much nearer and more con Ten lea to ths Koad than any other Hotel, besides a sarins; of Uack or Omnibus hire. Pattengers who with to take the Stage for Montrale Borings, or to Kentucky, by way of Clinton, will b call ed for promptly, eeery departure for either place, by the Stages. The Proprietor do not thin It nerosssry to ray na na kept a Public House-any where, as sometimes old documents are dangerous things. He is determined on making this a comfortable House for those who may give him a call. r , , ; July 8I-tf-42 FIiOTTJ IX OTJS 33, iriacon, G, TIT18 House Is now open for the accommodation of the trarellng public, and particularly for those having butineti to trantsctin Macon, at tt iseentrsl. .... II. P. REDDINO, Proprietor, arch ST-tf-444 B. t. DEN8S, Superintend'!. TT 3NT I SO 1ST H OTJ8H, Formerty Sail Road Hoau,) ' Athens, Tenn., By S. I. Olbb. THE proprietor retpectfully announcei to the public that he hat recently refitted and refurnished the abore Houee, and that he will ute hit ntmott endeavor to make It the traveler's home. His table will bt tup plied with the belt th country afford.. He hopes by unremitting sttentlon to comfort of his guettt to merit and receive a llberslsbare of patronage. Jan25-tf-8S8 WUITFIKIjD house, DALT0N, GA. rpHF. undersigned takes this method of Informing the traveling public snd others wi.hlng board or lodg ing, that he has purchased the large White Home, known at the "Whitfield Home," formerly occupied by B. K. Sssseen, and is now in charge of the same and prepared to accommodate all who may call upon him. Hit table will be furnlihed with the best that the market afnrda. April 8-ly-t45 M.O.MARTIN. DEOATUn HOTEIj. rplIB subscriber has taken this Home, Decatur, Ten neetee, formerly kept by Mr. Llllsrd, snd retpect fully tollciti a .hare of the public euttom. He sttures the public that he will keep the right sort of a home that his table will be supplied with the best the country afford. , hi. itthle well aupplled with provender, and that every effort will be made on hit part to render all com fortable who may call. K0BT. H. LUTTRELL. march 6, 1857-tf-Hl 33X1.XTJ O-33 JS :OTJBZ3. 'HE above named House, tituated within a thort JsL distance of the Athena Depot, it now open for the reception of travelert. Pertont traveling on the Eatt Tennettee and Georgia Rail Road, and atopplng at Atltent,wlll find this House more conveniently titusted than any other. The subscriber pledges him. elf to ute his utmost exertlont to give .all. faction and to render comfortable all who may favor him with their patron age. Athens, Dee l-tf-430 JAS.8. BRIDGES. 3j33TJT-T' S II O T 337, i.ornniv, tenn. THIS well known House hat been newly fitted np with bedding, furniture, Ac Ths undersigned has taken charge of It, and in announcing himself for the public patronage atkt ''the tree to bt tetted by Its fruit," snd pledget hlgh.elf, by an aitlduout attention and a due regard for the comfort and tattet of hit guettt, they thsll be cared for and furnished with the best th coun try afford.. He has alto connected with ths home the large ttable, ihedi and lot, of Mettri. Taylor, Bridget A Co., and will be prepared In that line. Jan 11-81-881 WM. M. ALEXANDER, Proprietor. CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, IMMSDIATSLT A J THE DEPOT, Chattane0ra, Tenn. T. CRVTCHFIRI.Is, PaoraisTOB. Ang. 17-tf-SSO Valuable Farm for Sale. (!n ACRES of Land, lying seven and a half JL if miles from Athens, snd five miles from Chil how Springs about 100 sores in cultivation, lies well, soil mostly very good, two or thro mott excellent Springs, tolerable Houaet snd Barn, uncleared land well timbered, and soil good. I will take pleasure In showing the preraiiet to say one wlthlng to purchase. Ons-third purchase money to be paid down terms as to bslancs will be made easy. J. M. HENDERSON. Athens, Tenn., July 10, 185T tf 45 REMOVAL. Saddle, Bridle and Harness MAJJUPAOTOHY. Weet Side of the Public Square. THE subscriber would return bis sincere thsnks so tht public generally for the very liberal patron age he has received, and hopes by strict attention to business te merit a continuance of the same. He has jutt returned from Philadelphia with a good Stock of material,, which enabbles him to manufacture any articls In hit line with promptnett snd detpstch. Ilng.iklnt for tealing, Enamelled Leatherof alloolort, Psd Skins, Bridle Rltt, Stirrup Irons, and varlout other articles, tor tale low down for eath. HekecptconttanUyon hand a good attortment of Saddlet, Brldlet, Whlpt, Ac. Pleaaecall befnrt purchaa Ing eliewhwre.oa tbs Square, between Gibtnn't snd Boyd's 8tores. EDWIN A. ATLEE. Athens, April 11, ISM-tf-se Threshers. IWOIWD Inform pereont wanting Threihers that I huva several different styles of Hor.e Powers, such as I think eonal, if not superior, to sny In ths country. Persons wlthlng sny thing of ths kind will csll at ths Athens Pour try whers ths machines ean bs seen. There Is a gleat taring to cfrsons pnroha.lng where they esnh as ths ntt of the pstterns In eats sny pars ofthemackt s .hooM break. Call and see. Prlcrt moderate. Jan (-tf 0. X1MMKRMAN. Wheat Wanted. TITK nharrlber withes a large quantity f good Merchantable Wheal, for which be will ny the hlghett market ptlcs. Jul10 8. K. REI.'DKK, - Th Secret Infirmities al YOUTH AND MATURITY, Jn Publithed, Qratis,lh X5tt Thousand. A IEW words oo th rational treatment, without medicine, of Spermatorrhea r Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emuuiona, Genital and Nervout Debility, Premature Decay of th Syetem, 1m potency, and lot- pcuunenia w aiarrtage generally, By B. UK LANKY. M. D. Th Important fact that th manr alarm In r com plaints, originating In th imprudence and solitude of youui, may B eaaily removed WITHOUT MEDICINE, is In this small trscl clearly demonstrated; and the en tirely new and highly auccettful treatment, aa adopted by the Author, fully explained, by means of which every vum im wnameu 10 cur iiaipa.u periecuy and al the least poulble cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nottrumt of the day. Sent to any address, gratis and post free. In a sealed envelope, by remitting two pottage stamps to Dr. DE Kane.i ,11 usnenard street, new tors. Oot e ly TS Tt intrrl iwv a s t wswrcci- Price reduced to 8,50 Jatt received and far "J s ti. t . SUD3, -Chancery Court at Plkevllle. Benjamin F. Bridgmao, vs. Beriah Frazier and Joseph F. Keid. tt al. IT appearing from the allegations in the complainant's bill that th defendant Jo seph F. Reid, Is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that pub lication be made in the Athens Post, requiring am non-resiaeni aeienaant to appear on or oeiore toe next term ol the unancerr Court, to be held at Pikeville, Bledsoe eountr. Ten nessee, on the Sd Monday of March next, then and there to answer eotnplainant'e bill, or ine same win be taken tor eontessed and set for hearing ex parte as to him. 8. C NORWOOD, C. k M. Pikeville, Oct . 185-it-prsfea U-H Chancery Court at Pikeville. James S. Pan key, Administrator of Bird Pankey, deceased, . vs. . Wiley Johnson and Andrew J. MoCulley. IT appearing from the allegations in com plainants bill that the defendant Wiley Johnson is a non resident of the State of Ten nessee, it is therefore ordered that publica tion be made in the Athens Post, requiring (aid non-resident t appear on or before the next term of the Chaucery Court, to be held at Pikeville, Bledsoe county, Tennessee, on the 3d Monday of March next, then and there to answer complainants bill or the same will be takeu for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to him. & C. NORWOOD, C. Jb M. Pikeville, Oct 9, HI -4 t-prs fee 3-42 New Establishment! S. K. REEDER HATING again gone Into the Mercantile business, would respectfully snnounce to the public that he is now receiving snd opening a splendid .lock of SPKIXG AND SUIVIHEll GOODS1 In ths Store Room on the Estt tide of the Public Square, formerly occupied by p. H. Keith A Co., snd to which be invites sttentlon. The Goods srs ALL NEW snd the stock complete, comprising a general assortment of every description of Goodt usually brought to this market, which were purchaased in the Northern cities oo very favorsbls terms, which enable, him to ffler great Inducements to purchasers. Give him a call and examine his assortment, and he will ute hit utragtl endeavors to sell you as good bar gains at can be bought atany other house in town. Athens, May 15-tf-tM Fair Warning. PERSONS Indebted to us for goods bought previous to the 1st of latt January will do well to call and pay up by the 1st of October aa we will wait no longer. So Look out. W. G. HORTON. September 4 1897. PIANO FOHTEH. THE subscriber is now receiving a new stock of ELEGANT PIANOS from th oldest and nrcst responsible manufactories of the JNortti, among wniob are 1 octave Plain Center Piano; 7 " Carved 7 " Half-carved" " 6J " Plain, 2 room corners; 6, " Plain." " " 7 '. Grand Piano, Tery heavy toned. Also, the Bodoir Piano. - Also, the celebrated Corrugated Sounding Boardt, of Boardman, Gray b Co., which are bocoming so vastly popular in Europe a well ai America. All Piano warranted to glr satisfaction, or no sale. Also, just received, a large selection of Piano ilutic Song, Polkas, Waltzes, Varia tion, tc.,to.; Guitars and Strings; superior Melodiane; Harmoniums; Piano Stoola and Covers. Pianos tuned and repaired. The subscriber refer to gentlemen who hay purchased of him, throughout East Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. These instiuments are for sal at 'Athens and Chattanooga. H. G. COOKE. Deo 6, 1 89 -tf-428 Valuable Land for Sale. TFIK underslfrned offert the following Tracts of fond, situated In McMinn county, for sale to pay debts: 415 acres lib of It cleared with three locations to live at, and a small Orchard at each of well selected fruit lying seren miles North of Athens, on the main stock road from Kentucky to Georgia all In one body, with ImproTements tolerablygood, and would make an excellent stand on the mad every thing necessary and eon ven lent Factories, Mills, Ac, all around It wood and water good and plenty. Also, two other small Tracts In the same neighborhood. All can be had on reasonable terms. Notes payable In Bank will be taken for two thirds of the purchase money and the balance down. If not sold privately before the ?Mh of November next, will be sold on that day to the highest bidder. For further particulars, enquire of the undersigned. Fept 1 1,1 657 td 408 S. M. HOGGFS. -g f BRIjS. KING'S SALT, for sale by JL.WF July 10 J. M. HENDERSON. ATHENS FOUNDRY AND ' XwXea.oXilxi.0 Wbrka, THE subscriber would respectfully an nounce to the citizens of Athens and the public generally, that he is now in operation and prepared to do OASTIKTO of every description in his line, and would therefore solicit orders from all those who may want anything of the kind. He is now easting and ha for sale dif ferent size of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various size of Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber, Oflioe and Shop Stores. Also, Hollow Ware; Waffle Irons; Ploughs, right and left hand. Also, th Kilgora Spiral or Inoline Water Wheel, whioh will aw from two to five thou sand feet per day. i 11 kinds of fitted up in the best and most durable manner, and upon short notice. Also, Iron Railing of every description. He i also prepared to do all kinds of Brass casting. The highest Cash price will be paid for OLD COPPER. . C. ZIMMKRMAN. P. S. There is eonneoted with the Works an excellent Pattern Maker, so that person wishing castings can have pattern made to order. C. Z. . Athens, Tenn., July 18, 185 tf 408 Valuable Property for Sale. I AM offering for sale my home place a very desirable property consisting of about 80 acre of choice Land, in good con ditionon which there are a comfortable and roomy Dwelling nouae, Kitchen, Smoke house, good Born and Stable, etc., and a selection' of choice bearing Fruit Tree. Also, 180 acres of Land, situate in the West side of McMinn county; an unimproved Lot In the town of Charleston, Bradley county, adjoining the Rail Road Depot Lot; and a number of unimproved Lots sitnat between the town of Athens and the Rail Road Depot. Term to b agreed upon. A. D. KETES. Athena, Jan 1, 185- tf-434 c Its It. M of No. 1 Cljart-ane.t hranil Jutt rrceieed sad for talc b 0. K. flftDLIt. New Gotfds-Latest Arrival ! C. F. GiUSO.V l CO., " North-teeMt Comet ef Public Square, Ti ESPECT FULLY inforAr their friend and Xtv the publio generally that they ar just in receipt of on of th largest aod best as sortments of . Spring: and Summer Gootfs ever brought to this town. There is no mis take about it th fact are just that war. as all ean see who will do them th favor to call, Tbey do not deem it neeeasary to go into details, and will only mention a few ar tides which may b found among their large bdu spienaiu siocs, oucu as onus. Tissues, Berates, Challis, Jaeonetta, Lawns. Muslins. Ginghams, Prints, Ribbons, Laces, Trimmings, and every thine else in the line of Ladies Dresa Goods. For the rougher portion of uod creation, luey nave uiotbs, Casaimert, Tweeds, Kerseys, Linens, Cottonades, Vest ing, Hat of all descriptions, Boot and Shoes, and every thing els worn by man in this last age. Also, GROCERIES Sagnr, Coffee, Molas ses, Ac. tc Now, thay not oaly have th Good, but they are determined to sell them lower than anybody, for Cash, or in exchange for ap proved country i roauce. Give them a call and examine their stock They don't charge nary red tor showing their uoo-l. April 84, 1 85 New Goods for the Million! V- OXjE.3-U efts CO. "1 A'OULD respectfully call the attention of t i me people to inespienma assortment of snrlnsr and summer lioods. m kj 7 lust received, at their new Rrink Cnrnp wiih Iron Front, which were purchased on the beet terms, and Are now onered at a low rate a such Goods can be purchased anywhere in the State For the LADIES, thev haw il !.... style of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Muslins. I ' - . T I T IJ-.1I 1 r . x mi lb, xdiieun, uuoo, iiauuaercuieis, Hosiery and Gloves. Also, the Bonnets and Trimmings. A large stock of GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, such as Cloths. Cassimers. Satinets. Vo.rino. Tweeds, Drillings, Ac., 4e. READY-MADE CLUlUlMi, ilats, boot and Shoes. Drugs and Medicines, Paints and 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 call. They consider it no trouble to show Goods. They are deter mined not to be undersold. tW AH kinds of Countrv Prndnn- Inl.n in exchange for Goods. May 2-89 Farm for Sale. TnE subscriber desires to sell her Farm, in the neighborhood of Athens. It ia situ ate on the road leading to Benton, about two miles from the Athene Depot, and contains some 400 acres, a portion of it under improve ment, and the balanee i well timbered, snd all well adapted to cultivation. There are sev eral Springs of good water on th Farm, and plenty of Fruit Tree. Also, a comfortable Dwelling House, Negro Houses, to. Persons desiring to purchase can obtain a bargain. NANCY BRADFORD. Athena, March 20, 1857-tf-H 3 CI. A UK'S Celebrated Flouring Mill. GRINDING and Bolting at a single opera tion. 3 'inch Stone Price 176 will turn out SO bbls. per day. 80 inch Stone Price $700 will turn out 40 bbls. 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 qnality of Flour, than any other i nee or for sale. Mills ean be seen runniDg al Kings ton. We also manufacture a very superior Corn nd Feed Mill upon the same principle If any man will furnish me the power ao that I can run a 22 inch pulley 8 CO1 time a minute, with 8 inch band, I will put ftp the Mill and run it 80 day if be will furnish me as much Wheat as I can erind in that trme. at f 1 per bushel and take the Flour at rer 1 I .11 . 1 -. v m .- 1 . uarrei, i win give mm me mm rorineaet profits, after paying for the Wheat and1 all the expenses of running, and leave the Mill is e good repair as it was at th beginning. Addree TU03. U. McEHWEE- Kinqtton, Tenn. References as to responsibility : -Athens. Chattanooga, and Kingston. ty The above Mills can also be pnrcHenes! of C. L. KING, Riceville. Tewu Jan 1, 1857-ly 434 Schenectady Agricultural Work IMXUFAm'BI IMPROVED RAILWAY HORSE POWERS; THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS.COM BINED THRESHERS AND WINNOWERS, CLOVER HULLERS AND CLEANERS, WOOD SAWING MACHINES. Ao. THE undersigned having been twenty years engaged in building various kinds of Hors Power andThrashing Machine, feel confident, from past experience, and the nu merous testimonial tbey ar receiving from all parts of the country of the superiority of their machines, that they can 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 If miles per hour to thresh dry grain, thereby making it suitable to work either horses or cattle on them. Our Threshers and Threshers and Winnow ers are so constructed as to discharge all the grain and dust through the machine, and not into the feeder's face as is usual with other kinds. The Thresher and Winnower has a revolv ing wire separator, which does its work more perfectly than can be done in any other way. The Separator (Riddle) has a fork straw shaker, which shakes the grain out of the straw as it passes from the Thresher. W warrant these machines to suit the pur chaser upon trial, or they can be returned and the money refunded. G. WEST1NGH0USE & CO. JP These machines will be for sale in Athens as soon As thev enn be brought out by steamer. 8. K. REEDER, Agent. April 8, lSS-tf-445 Hiwassee College, 'I ivionroe) co., Term. SITUATION, In the country, itf miles from Msdl. eonvllle. Facdiw Rev. J. H. Bruner, A. M., Pret't; "ami 8. Poak, Esq., A. B., Vice Pret't; , Tutor. Tuition III). Board f 1,50 to 19. Volume In Libraries 1 UK). Students latt rear 100. Large new Boarding House going up. Fall tettlon will begin Sep tember f. maj l-tf-449 1. F. KEY, Bec'y. Premium Wheat Fans ! IMPORTANT TO . FARMERS 1 riVlR.ubseriher would retpectnillvlnform the Form X Ing public snd all others Htere.ted, that he still oonilnuet to manufacture IS. fr, Thnrber't I m proved Premium Wheat t ana, st th old stand In Philadelphia, Tenn., where he will bt happy to wail upon hit old frlendt and at many new onet aa may detlre the machine!. Thete Fant are an Improvement upon the "I. T. Oranl Fan," by Mr. Thnrber, who was the Inventor of the Grant Fan. Thess Fsns hare re ceived Premiums where large nambertwere on exhibi tion, In varlout Statetofth Union, to wit: In New York, where there were over arty oouipotilort for th premium, and in Ohio, where there wer thirty eon tending for th same. Virginia, Penntylvanla, North Carolina, and the Middle Dlrl.lon of the State of Ten nettee, have acknowledged the tcinerlorltjr of thess Fane by awarding premium., at their retpectlv Fairs, to the proprietors. Thlt Fan alto took the premium at Columbia, So. 0a., latt Fall. In a word, they ar supe rior to anything ver before offered to the public. II subjoins a oertlAoat of several gentlemen of Philadel phia, well known to the people of lower Kaat Tennettee: "Thlt eertlBet that th undersigned timed snd tried K. U. Thurber'e Premium Wheat Fan, snd stats that It cleaned one buthel per minute, separating all nith to such a degree of perfection that It oannot be rivalled by any Fan now in ute; snd ws recommend all who stand In need of such a machine to examine thlt Improved Fsn before purchasing elsewhere. J. D. Jobs, Cims. Cbho, A. W. Custsr. Hit wagont. with Fans, will trsvel throughout lower Ka.tTenuce.ee and upper Georgia, during the present Bprlng snd ensuing Summer. 1. COTTON. Philadelphia, Tenn., April IT, 18oT-tf-447 Groceries for Wheat. IITAVR a lot of Purer, Toffee, Salt, and Tohsreo, whlrh I wi.h to barter for wheat. I will rive ths market price for Whr at and sell Groceries a. rhrtn at he chetpcit. Julyaij ). M. ULNUtKiON. Dr. McLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE liyer'pills. Twt f tn beat Preparations f th Ays The are not recom mended as Universal Curealfsy but simply for what their' name pur ports. The Vermifuge,- fof expelling Worms front 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, SlCK HEAD ACHE, &C. Purchasers will please' be particular to ask. for Dr. C. McLane's Cele brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills, prepared by Amnci 9 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 BHD'S, 60 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. . Sole Proprietors. SCOVIL A MEAD, Ko. Ill Cbartr tret, Kew Orleaoi, General Wholesale Agent for th Southern State to whom all orders mnet be addressed. Sold by P. 1L Kkith & Co., Athens, Tens. Wm. Buin, " M J. H. Parron, Sweetwater, " Hi) slit A Jobmsoh, Loudon, M J. H. Maoill A Co., Mouse Creek, " Aliianpbb A McKamt, Benton, " 3. A. A &W. Cornic, Madisonvill, 11 J. M. A J. J. Knox. Charleston, " W. H. Al M. CAioMU.M, Clevelssi Deo fi, 185-1 J -428 - Cedar Grove High School, NINTH SKSMOW. Commencing Monday, Aprtl A,l8oT. THE Tru.tee. have completed their arranrtajfele with Mr. H. B. Hliwooo to tak chars of this School for th two sessions axl entulns. Tht School itlocsted in a pleasant and healthful nel'liborhooa.tow miles Bouth-eattof Charletton, Bradltj e.,Taa. -Sateeof TuMon,perStion: . 1st Olass Orthography, Reading, Penman.hlp.Prl- mary Geography, and Nentsi Arithmetic M id Claea Arithmetic, ancientsnd Modern Geogra phy, Kngllth Grammar and Modern Mlitory I Sd data Algebra, Geometry. Surveying, Analyti cal Geometry, Atlronomy, Higher Mathemati, Phy.lolnsy, Latin, Greek and Wench laofoage.,..lH Contingent fee .v. Men No student will bs seelvd for a less term than etr half eeertea.wn a deduction mads for lott llmt .1 cepllBeaae of protracted sickness. Board It 1M eU per day. Jobs Mis, I A. J. O.tb, VTrusteti. March if-tMST Jobs Hambbjbv, 1 A.Y.xm 3Ft.M.ciry. HAVING engaged ths services of Mr. F.M. Kiuoii. who is suthorised to receive orders snd trssiict sll butinett appertaining to the foundry, sny P0" wanting Information in regard to Machinery, Ao.,ll be attended to by calling at the foundry. Athens, July 11, ma-tf-SOT. O. ZIMMERMA1C Howard Association. PHILADELPHIA IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT, TO sll pertont sffilcted with Bexual Dlteatet.tscb is Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weaknett, Impo"""' Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Byphilit, tht Vies ofOnsaum, Self Abuse, Ac., Ac. The Howsrd Attoclst Ion , In view of the swful deslrso tlon of human life, earned by Selual Di.ettet, and tat flananttni,. nn.tla.J Mn ll.. nnferllJfiate WotilSf ' tuch aiteatet by Quacks, have directed their Consul!-. Ing Surgeon, ss s charitable act worthy of their nsw, to glvs iltdicaladtiee yratit, to sll pertont ' fllcted, who spply by letter, Willi s description of tM condition, (age, occupstion, htbllt of life, .) snd is cstet of exrleme poverty and tufferlng.to furnllh Mrs elnes free f chsrg. .,.... The Howsrd Atsoclstlon It a benevolent InslltstWU sttabllthed by tpeclal endowment, for the relief of l tick and dlttrested, sfflloud with "Virulent snd N" demic Dlsesses." It has now s surplus of mesn., th Directors hav voted to expend In adTertl.ini i above notice. It Is needlett to sdd tint tht AhM" tlnn commandi the hlghett Medical tklll of the tge.ss will furnish the moil spproved modern insistent. Jutt publlthed. by the Associstlon.a Rrport on F tnatorrhcea, or Seminal Weaknett, the vice of ObsbIisi. Masturbation or Self Abute, and other diiea.ee "" Sexual Organt, by the Con.ultlng Surgeon, which bs tent by mall, (In aeealtd envelops,) fret of coupi en the reoelpt of two ataripe for potttgs. Andre.., Dr. GIO. R. 0ALH0UN,ContulllsgHsfeeM Howard Attoclatlon, No. (South Ninth sll ssl, '""' dclphla.Pa. By order of She Director!. , Ktaa D. HBABVWBU,PreH. Oso.riisCBiLD.Beoretary. Feb -iy-' Threshers ! Threshers! fHAVB reoelved an Agency for th ssls of P Tl.rBKa ... Alt... a.l..lli,.al Itnnletnent. V to buy Threshers thlt seston srs requeued to examine them before purchasing alsewhere. '' at one and examine them, and If you like the chine., th termt, and the warranty, give Bit yosr er den, that I may get them here before hsrvett. I will alee aell ordert for Saw Mill., Grain C'? Cora Shellert, Plowi, Ao., a tample of which etse seen st the Ware-room, near the Depot. . . m. 1 am alto agent for th ssls of i. Cottoa a Csi er perlor Wheat Pans. . .. u Orders for Threehsr sad Orsln Crsdles sheolt sent In bsfors first of March, to get here '!,, harvest. Jan. JAS. M. IllNDM. McEwen & Gillespie nAVI resolved and opend their FsirsBd Wlsi" Goods, and retpectfully Invite atlenUoa t vvevwnr v rm) Livery and Sale Stable, Sweetwater. Team. ' . THE subscriber brgtlssve lolnmmthswavtllBgP He that he hat opened a large snd m'a',t We In Sweetwater, a th Rasl Tennessee snd njer. Hall Road, where they ean b accommodated te hot and Saddles, Bugglet. Hsckt, . '"."h I Jk" Ing to and from Montvsis Pprlngt will " " .rt Interett to get conveyance from Sweelwsier e 8 mile... He will alts tradt ia Myrsrt, Mule.'