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npm 0H IM atf m veaaedv ta tbe werM for M. sb.e.re.f Kheumatlam; Deafness, Hout, Neural ta. l,wbM'. ". H"1 nt itre-sMal raos4.lnls Tie Deloreaa, Headache, Uramps, Crnap, Mee. Felona, i ill -.rS Brnis.a, Oat and WaiMta,allvtl Olaade, Wt JaUM, teraealsa Krvelpetoa, Vara MlaplM, Swelled rsa-rt, Woes. I M a Owe, kail Kh.um, Oanbtr In tha WW., and Stomaeh, Patpttaitnii, Eruptions, Csbed Mat, ajerlnsv, tor. Ttrraat, ralsf, He-arlsv, Ole.ee, ljak Jaw, Heart Aura, TaaUi aad Mar-uka, Kerveiae. neea, Oostlv.Ojers, Boras, Sore (lens of teetlitn, iotsnle, nesBorrhaf., abscess, miff rteo).S7 Broken Breast, Clill Mesa., Tauer, Ssrinertea, Prearea real, revar and Aane, a)haaa4 ttaarfs, ar ana Diseases that are sore a pala tial, u the enlr artless era brought kefara Use pmlle thai aiU da Ita work perfectly In from Ihrea to twenty ralaulee Iim aaen need by tnoaaande and aranonfieetl ta be tha beet reaiedy aver discovered. Tea. Oil acta an tha eyaletn wllk electrlollv It tl para vms table preBaratkia. Nat tha allchteal danger of VTlnS .alwardlr ar laarrtl-. It at onee sjvea peeTaaaealeara In ns( esse, fram teQ.es twenty Tha hare dissevered ths.1 attarejaate derawfewjerrt af tha animal system la the ar fret of aa ohetrucllna of thBSHtysleiaieeerle fluid In tha araaaj dlaeaatd. A aklllful appHestlon of this oil sals hi iBBsaadlaa. matieathe neree fluid, and the ear fe at anea ecrompliehed. No bleedings no vomiting, purg ing, or bllaterlng, It retorted to. reT" None genuine without signature of Prof. C. Bs 0BATB. I.ahele etgnrrt bl writing. Principal Depot, No. UK, South Wgiith Street, three am below Oheitnilt, rtilladrlprila. Country dealere nit dniggtela enn he supplied wholeeale and retail. Frlee 85 cents, Mr) cents, and 41 per bottle. Try everything aloe glea Una one etrepre trial. Cawrrw. be earefnl to aalt for and get la Orat-H's fleetrla Oil, aa worthleee hnllatlone ahoand. There are nunaeraua iaiHallona aprung up an tha ra aotaueo aav arUale hae aequired, Tha puUis null be ware. They are werthteea. for aala by 6E0. W. ROSS, Athene, Tena. Hay 80-ly-IT tat at Tennessee, Tloanei eonaty. COUKTi COUUT, OCTOBER TERM, 1867. ,. . ' Jo'tn A. Freeman, Basal T. Freeman and other. Petition to Sell Land for Dietribution. "IT appearing to the satisfaction of tha a. uonrr, from the allegation or tha petition, . tbat Basal D, Freeman, Brittain Freeman, Hylvsnrt.r A. Freeman, Littleton Freeman, Thomat B. Freeman, and Joseph Freeman, party aeienaanis in tine cause, are not olti Sana of tha State of Tenneaaee whereupon. on motion of complainant'a aolicitor, it it ordered iy trie uotirt tbat pahlication be made in the Athena I'oet, a public newnpa par published at Athena, Tenneaaee, requiring aaid defendant to appear before the Judge of the County Court of the county of Roane, at tha Court houeo in Kingston, on the first Monday of January next, and then and there plead, answer or demur to said petition, or tha earn will be taken as confessed-and set far hearing, as to them, ex parte. AUSTIN L. GREENE, Cltr. Not tO, 187-4t-pre fee tn-dls Notice. THE unrlernlftncil take th!a method to fnform their Tennewe Irlemit that they will receive for the freeent ell TenneaHe Bank Note. In payment of debu at tha rollowlnft ratft: Btat, Planter1 and Uoten Vnnkn at per cant. dlso. Dank ChalUneoga and Lfree Banks, (exceptlnir Trentoo. NaihTllle and Rirer) S u " Oooea Bank bill. ft " " WILCOX, !UND k ANHLRY. Augofta, Oct W, 196T-476 ITIOISVB CHECK Male and Female Academy WE, the undersigned, f the Committee or Board of Truitee appointed to eoperlntend Uie hulll ttiflof afkhool Houm at Mouee Creek, McMlnn county, Tenoeaiee, and to employ a luitahle Teacher, and au perintend the wholeinrne manaicement of a School at that place, Uk pleasure In announcing to the nb cribert and publk ;enrally,thatth building It ftnlh d, or to nearly o that a School may be commenced. We hare, after much piinn to select a competent tearh er, employed ProfeeMr ALEXANDER A. NKWMAN, native East Tenncseeau,who come to ne recommend td aa a achotar, a frentleman.and a christian. The flrat enVrm of thia Inttltutton will commence on Monday, lb Mth tnl. Terms, at th rate per iteuion tff to ; tplHnr, Reading and Writing 5 Geography, Arithmetic, Kngliah Grammar, t'ompoai- llon and Doclamatlnn 6 MaUiematic Natural Science, and the above 10 Latin Grammar and Header H One-half iu advance and the balance at the cloie of tfa aeiaion. Contingent fee (in advance,) &0 cent. Boarding, Is good house eon ven lent to the Bchoot, (washing and lighta szira)per week, 1,85. No pupil permitted to euter the School without a tick et algoed by J. II. Maglll, Treasurer. No deduction for lost time, except In case of protracted sickness. . We will mention, for the henelit of Innae unacqualnt. td with the locality of this Institution, that It is situated about ila miles North of Athena, In thoheautirul Moiih Creek valley, near the summit of the Kant Tennenseo and Georgia Knilroml, some nine hundred feet higher titan the city of Knoxvllle. In the deed to our Acado my lot we have the water privilege ton beautiful Spring, near the bead fountain ef the pure limestone water of little Mouse Creek. A more healthy location, perhaps, onuld uot be found In Kant Tennessee, We Intend to , use our utmost endeavors to build up a good School, fend Invite the attention of parent and guardian to I onr advertisement. As our building 1 now near a state of completion, we respectfully r finest the aubscribvr who have not set tied to call upon J. II. 3UgUlr Treasurer, and pny their tubscriptlou. h. H. IM ItfT, JAMFS WIIsSOV, Oct 28-tMT-l J. II. MAGILh. STOTES! ST0TE3! rMIK subscriber has on hand an l will keep a supply 1 of COOK, BOX and fAitLOIt ST0 KS, of Kastern wtanamcture, and of the best and most approved pat tern, which he will sell aa cheap, if not cheaper, thau (hey can be procured of auy other person. Ill Shop Is at the West end of Main street, nenr the corner of Church Alley, where he invite all who want Hove to call. Ha also keeps on hand a supply of TIN WARR of very description, and Is prepared to put up Guttering. Rooting, Ac., Ac, at reaaouable rates. . Athens, Aug U-if-lfri J A3. 0. CALHOUN. , Masonic Female Institute Clavolund- Tenu. , Mft.H.W. VON ALDKHOFF.Preet. MiuMAHY h. LKA,Hr'pl Preparatory Department. 1 - , Inalructress Juvenile Department. Ptuir. GUSTAVUS H. KNABE, Teacher of Tocal and Instrumental Music. .Mas. H. A. HROWN, Instructress In Drawing, Paint tag and Embroidery. ita ft qf Tuition, per Semion of Five Month ryt- bl in Advano. lit Class Latin, 0 reck, Vrtnch. Spanish, Italian, German $18 Id " Matheuiatlcs, Botany, Anatomy and Physiology 15 td " Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, Natural Philosophy, Natural History, Moral Philosophy, Chemistry and Book Keeping 19 4th 11 Grammar, Geography, History, Element. 19M Composition, Arithmetic . , 9 Oth spelling, Heading and Writing 6 Music 2H Linear Drawing , jo Palming Id Water Colors, Ueaaotint, Crayon Draw- to I Oil Painting , , . 20 Rmbroidery 10 Incident) Expense 1 Th Third Session will open on tha flrt Monday in Ifovember. We ar authorised to say that the following gentle men will receive Boarder at $'i per week, exclusive of waehlng: Mr. Caswell Lea, John Carter, Mr. Ake Hen ry, and II. W. Von Aldehoff. Mr. Ake Henry ha put up a large and commodious house for tht reception of indents. fteslAr the above, there are several other ' fcm ilk that wilt take boarder at the abort rate. Tfcket of AdmiMiaato be procured from Gm. W. : F.liri, Trea. T1I08. H. CALLAWAY, Oct r-5t-47 Pre. Board of Trustee. IMPORTANT NOTICE. . To uij.ll Oonocmod. ' n IU peraana ladabted, either by note or account, to t Jl the trsu of 1. A. Wright Co., or to Wrlght,Wl. , Haass A Oo., Bweetwater, are earnestly rsqueeted to self at anea and pay up It telog neceaeary that the busl I seat of these Arms, now dissolved, ehould he seuled an. , We hope our friends will heed thle noUoe, and not put e ta the neeeeslty at pLaolog tbeir aatea sad accounu aul am oelleelLon. I. A. wrkiiit, - 1. A. OUVVIN, .- . . . 0. w. oorrihY 1 fa.t.Ia,l86r. ... , B V. is. WILLIAMS. WILUmt aV Hl'iriPIIBEYI . - HAVING bought tha Interest af tha above named parties at Sweetwater, will eontlnoe the buslnsss at the old aland, where they will keep on hand a gensr. al assorlaisnt of tlUY OOOl)8,OROCICKllW, and every thing else In their line, to which they invite tha attsn tlon of old customers and friends, s . aV-pt la, lhM-tWa-4W - - i . ' f .Notice to Shippers of Freight. . fcsirsroavtTMwDsraaiiiaail.Tsss.AOj.g n o,,, i , Athens, Aug. IS, ibat ' f J-'IgS;Mf7,.IW,,,l,r,',','",lll,rsslvsd In. jtt .... ,wiiii m rcaaouaois ttms.al the taratlaas of their Road al Dalian to ihe owners or their sfene (aat aars,) Iboy paring oharges as par lariBaad -, sscalviugUiabslghtsotidayofa.rlvalatDaltoa. Thle Company doss not proposssllher to alors frelghu or -eVallveTSlea Wtetani A Atl.ntieBall Road.nnlssstha aaraaaveaaajiaarraagasianuartiaiaaiil Itoa.i te re .aaueaww a. . " -aaetsJaaaaeyoad a few aoura ier tranao-pmcni or eiorsg e t maaaStng shlpueanls as above erterVraeVlfvIa tha M eentfol M-i mwb n reipooitilltv, Aue 14- 44 .C. JACUli)S ..r.OTs.v.. -I tistT RrWKIV Vr.'Parhav-a P.t- a . ' arant Starkw Indfaa Fever at.4 Aawa s. ai at. aataraal arnllr.alt.u lafalihlwj Mawtaba and Iatk slanaTt Hay's Liniment! Arabian Uaaaenti Saaal aad . ttitl Pane, Vaalyaad VuUoBTllaas aa' for sale by , vat. auitas. ' CALDI7ELL C0LLE3I1 .. Meefravarrlllae Trtl, ,; . pm teoand Beaeloei ef Ihla Institution will eoaraenre A the Brat Wednesday of Septetnher. Althongh Cald well Oolleaw la but In lit Infancy, It la tha Intention anal determination af the Traateea and 'acuity that It shall he eonrtuctew apoa eaeh artnctplee aa ta eaimnend It to the Mends of IhorevfK education, and rhall render K, In point of adeantagee, te aa metltutioa la the cvuin ar pomnweei. Netrerayllra already enjoys aa enviable reputation tor lie edueallonal advanlBaea, and it la the determina tion af the friends of educalian, who have embarked la thle enterprise, that the work eo auspiciously begun shall be carried forward, and that our aehooie ehall be af such a character as to command tha tsaneot, eonB dencc and patronage of a discriminating pnbllo. The Institution le under the Presidency of ReT. A . W; DAHIKI.I, D. D., a gentlemen of BMshed sehotarahlp and large experience ae an inetraetar af yoalh; a gen Ueman who le eatenaively known ae ana erf tha moat eloquent divines of loaBouh. He will be aided by aa able Paonlty. Looavina. Rog ersvllla Is a thriving village, anal In a eauatry noted for IU healthful climate and lie varied and picturesque beauty. It la about fourteen miles from Bull's (lap, on the R. T. end Va. Railroad, ths point al which tha Rogersvllle and Irlferson Railroad will Inter sect said road. II is now connected with the Railroad by dally hack, so that there will be aa difficulty In reaching It. The Branch Rallraad la now under oen traot and will he pushed forward with energy. Dobdii. Boarding can be had In the beat families of the village, te that while abeent from heme the etu dent will not be deprived of ths amenities of domestle ssaoftatlon. timlenta upon their arrival In Ihe vlllsge will, npan spplleatlon te J. O. slltohell, Treasurer, or J. W.Rogan, Secretary, bs sided In securing hnsrdlng housss. RXPKNnES Tuition, per term of twenty week tit Bnsrd, Including lodging, fuel, lights, l per week., aft sailing, par limcn.Hi, ate., ar tfi per terra II Jsnllnr anil Incidental, per terai , B Library, Ordinary Repairs, Ae , 4 Total, Fall Session .. ,' , If " Spring Session T Total for Ihe year 144 Por further particulars rererenee Is msde to Ihe Cata logue.of last Session, which will be forwarded to any one applying to the underelrned. JAS. W. ROOAN, Hec'y Board Trustees. Augtt,1UT-m 6S Rates of Through Freight rnom Charleaton, 8Tanah AnffaaUa and Jllacan KN0XVILLE, AND ALL Till STATIONS ON THE Eat Ten T 0orfU MtHt HoatU JfillSt CtA.if" Piano Fortes, Books, Stationery, Boots Shoes, Hats, I.iqnors, Oils, Ac., (in noiiies,; uampnene and l)irit Tur Dentine (In barrels. 1 ('arnetf n. China. Glais and GlaNsware,Cigara(in ease,)! i.',ocKs,iJoniectinnartes,uoiton uarda, Casks and Iloacs, Dry Goods (In box es and bales,) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trpea and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seeds, .aooklng Glassea and Looking Minim riaies, t;a( owner s risK,; "lys ters (In cans and jars,) Saddlery, Tin ana uritannia n are, Teas and Hpiccs, Georgia and South Carolina Domes tics per 10(1 lb 1,1ft MX 75 rr.t.ifnu ' iiACB, Hardware, exept such a peclBd fn! first and third classes, Coffee Mills, Molasses, Machinery, Foreign Liquors (in barrel and piper,) Tobacco (In boxes,) Leather (in roll and boxee,) Oils (In barrels and casks.) Crockery and Queens ware (in crates and ensks,) Rice, W hiting, Plaster. Sheet brass and Copper per 100 lbs I 1,00 T6l 70 Axps, Sugar, Shovels, Spadea, Sad Irons, l'ig ann liar iron, Zinc and Tin (In pig", ) Tin Plate, Anvils, Vires, Nails. ('auk of Chains and Hoes, Manilla ana uotton mrdage. Cement, Coffee, Heavy Castings, Mill Gearing, flail Hoad Wheels and Axles, Chair and Splkns, and Rosin (in barrels) tr IWlh 80 0 M PI'KCIAIi RATFS. Furniture and Carriages (boxed,) and outer iignt article not enumerated; also, Carboys of Acids or other Chem icals, will he charged by actual weight,, but at double first clan rates per 100 lb g,80 16511,62 Single Package of litf) oonnd and under, will ba charged ttt cents on each Road. Articles not enumerated In the above rate will be subject to classification by tha Agent at the point of shipment. OrvrrJuirff to be promptly settled by Agent deliv ering the goods. Damages to be settted by Superintendent Transpor tation of this Road, and no appeal from hi decision on the part of connecting Roads. In case of li titrated damnres. eaeh Road entitled to charge local rate from point of shipment to destination. (iooas must do wen ana securely put up and plainly tmtrked with name of consignee, destination, and Depot of delivery. This Through Rate does not afhot tha Local Rates of 2d Febrnarv, lSAT. Through Rntos on specl-M articles from Nashville, as published 4th March, 18A7, la confirmed and contin ued. Ample notice will be given of any contemplated ad vance on the above rate, - R. C. JA0KHON, Sup't Trans. Fast Tenn. A Ga. Rail Road. Knoxrille, June 1st, IW7-tf-4.'4 IVtrisa, Oooke'ai Soliool, l or loung I, ail ten. rpiIE Se Yen tli Session of Mr. Cooke School for - Young Ladles will commence on Monday, Septem ber 91st, to continue twenty week. Term a usual. Tuition payable In advance. There will be added to nit usual instruction a Department for Drawing and Embroidery. (Athens, Sept 4-tf-407 Wheat and Flour. ; rfwnf subscribers hava completed ths saost perfeot S. arrangement that can ba mads for the sale of Wheat and Flour, and during the remainder of thla year will devote their attention aliuost axcluslvsly to the esls of these two artlclee, and they oan say to their pairune, witn certainty, mat tney will realise aa much net money by shipping here as to any market beyond Atlanta, and wRl do It with lets risk and In charter time. Ae to the peculiar advantages of our markat every one is familiar who knows ita locality. We will accept 80 days bills oo Wheat, payable hers or al Auguata, for three feurths ths value of shipments, ii-im,-.iiiri r.y nun nnag receipts, tve mine. It ad vl.able for shippers of riour to draw most of Iheir bills st 4. anil An days, as more time la reqnlred for the eale of flour than for Wheal. By reference to our weekly reviews of the market, published in the Tennessee pa pers, you oan. always know accurately what these arti cles are worth. - BKAGO, ABBOTT A CO., General Couausston Usrchunts, Atlanta, Os., Aug 7, 1881 tf Count C.'Durtiricminn Coutttw, Eleanor Gregory ' - vs. Jatlian Ggregory and others, beira "at law of lajney lireRory, dec d. Petition tor Dover. IT appearing from the allegations of Uia Petition in thia cause, that James R Uiiolr. er and wife Klitabetb, and H. M.NUamrick and wife Martha, are non residents of the State of Tennessee, it ia therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made In tha Alliens i'ost, requiring aaid non-residents to appear on or before the next term of the County Court for McMinn, to be bcld on the 1st Monday in December next, and answer aaid Petition, or tbe tame will be taken for confessed, and sot for hearing ex parte aa to tbein. "WM. GEORGE, Clerk. Athens, Nor. , 1 867,-4 t-prt fee $3-476 New Firm and New Goods. ' MARTIN, VARNELL & CO., CAI.IIOII, TENl., 4 RE receiving and opening, In their large J.V new Htors Uonsa. ona of tha larire.t L... -....... 1 ... ' . - aau uaas eeicaieu atocaa 01 Fall anst IVIsster Ciawda ever of toed in Kaat Tsansssea. The aaaort ment is complete, embracing .very thing (ba iroopia ueru in IB. way OS - ! our GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEUXSWARff. HARDWARE, V Ul'LER T, JROy, STEEL, - PAINTS. OILS. e.. Jke. Hie Goods were bought low, having had the advantage of tbe great preasura in the New York money market, and of flours, they w.i. v auia me aame way. yourselves. . Gall and ace for Oct -tf-47'J " Groceries for Wheat.. . I HA VI a lot of Sugar, Coflee, Salt, and Tobacco, wliloh 1 wish ta barter (or Wheat. I wilt give the market price for Wheat and (ell Groceries as chsaa as aashsapesu JulyBl J. M. HltNUBRaoji. CHANCEHV IA119 Or A SLAVE. IN obedience to an order pf tha Chancery Court, iald at Pikavilla, Tbdil, at iu S4 tswusw teraa, ln7, ia the aaaa of Naaew Lamb el al, . John Q, Lambst ed, I will II. to tha highest bidder, on a credit of tw.lv. months, t the lata mid.ae. anf Adaa lataab, d.e'd, in Uladsae eooatw, Tmn., on Jtha Ith day or December next, a NEGRO BOY, aatned Noah, aged about 11 year, , JBond and aaearity re qnired of tbe iiurehasw, and a li.a r.tala.d oa th. alas oatil tb. purehaae tnon.T is paid. ' s, a jVouwoou, a. if. ; 0c iS, 1867-ta-pr. fM 4-47 . i CLARK, HYDE & CO.. s fo Aooeeavef, SMi at tr. Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c. R. 1st ateetlog stroet. nearly opposite Charleston Hotel, CHAItLKflTOlV, ft, C. arraaaTt.cLtag.,.tiaanii rTr-s...assssw r. ssnsasos. Oct a-ts-47t CAMPBELL A BRIDGES, PRAntlCEaVCOKIMIIISilOrT DEALERS, XEnoxvllle, Temn. ALL orders will ba promptly attended to and faith folly esecated. July 81-tf-lM .s. A, area. Lowe &. Moo. Aacllon A CommUsion Merchants 4 " AND - AEA'JIUfi PHOVUCB DBJLER9, Oarner of Ioyd and Alabama slrssts, Atlasnm, carajiai. .Conalgnmentt solicited. (march T-1y-S44 ALSX. M. WALLtna.. , ... ,W. 0. anaigaoR. Wallace & Robinson. General CommisNlon Merchants, ASD ClALSSS IS TENNESSEE PRODUCE, Atlanta. Oear;ltte . WSTItt give special attention to lha eale of Bacon, WW Win... WLI.l.. ' - - . uu.uvw, ma. vonaign rnenterespectfnllyiollclted, Pramptattentlonilven to Agents for tht sale of Stearnes k Marvin's Tire-Proof wame. nar an-ly-Sa. a.a.aAapax., wm. a. raARctsoo. fiearden & Francisco. PnODIICE AND COItllrtiasioN 3VXer-ol.,xxtBai, jtiAco.y, BEonaiJi, T"TTTl.I.seltoneommlsalon Bacon. f.ard.Vtnnr.rnra Yy Oats, Pealhere, and Tennesaee Produce gener ally. Persons shipping to us can relr unon Mercitikiill a nr. CllliPttc iXHrfiTm Ua. Tin A On., Jo. Edward!, Jai. O. LullrrllfComptrnller, awaswiiTiiic, a. . uuiirii, vieTtjisnri; iiicnttrn u.jacK on, Alhtn: Lontr k Smith. Richard B. CamnhHI. n-. Chandler k 0o.t0hattaooom. Feb S0-tf-48lr J. T.& WM. n. W00TT01V, (.luoeessnrw to ITooffon UoUmmy.) Commission Merchants, Cotton Avenna MAtrON, flA.t WIM.pay strict attention to all eonslgnmsnts from Northern fleorgla anil Tenneaaee. And If prompt return, deserve any credit Ihey hope to share a portion, at least, of the public patronage. Liberal advances made on goode In stors, ir desired. Jons T. wnorrni. Wlu.ua B. WOOTTOS. march 87-1y-44a John L.M. French &Co., GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, riitTTiamnnt. march o-tr-HI P. D. CITES. PBOBl'fF. All CO.TIIitlSSION No. 13 Broadway Nsw Vnrlt. DRAI.KR In Agricultural Implements and Machine ry. Sole Agent for the sale of Wheeler, Mellck A Co'e Horse Powere and Threshers; Combined Thresh- ., ,.. u.ncr ni.cninea, in r.ast Ten. nesaee. Also, Oeneral Agent for their sale In the South " t c.euuiro lor any Kino or Machinery or Merchandise. Conelgnssentseollriteri of all kinds of Southern Produce. Jan IMy-484 Robertson, Hudson & Pulllam, lumRrsas avo ionasaa or X m. "ST 3t O so x . No. Mnrrsy and M Warren streets, Corner of Churvh etreel. Naive Wnrlr. airuAsn s. sosrtmjoa, aoBUTw.rni.iAn. ciusi.es o. nsirsoa, wittuu n. aiasia! Of Virainta. 0 X. Carolina. PLBASANT M. PRAtnWII.M, I man m'd. M'sLRAvn, I Of Tenneetee. sous a. caAUMlLts, ) Aug xll-ly-414 HYATT, McBURNEY & CO., oiucr laPuaTaaa akd wiiousal. dbalub in Foreign &DomesticDryGoods, No. 87 Hayne street, Clturleatou. S. C. . a. av att, wm. niHssi.TiNg,,,..tt;niirrtis o wtit, WX. M'BUHNKY,. . . A. L OILLKSPIK, CUAB. SOHTSH. Juueo-ly-4U8 HA J n . IV a r couktm:y, tiinivet co., DiniCT IMPORTKRa OP Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Ac., i'w. riAvna STnRKT, C II A RLE ST O IV. S. n. WILLIAM O. COURTNKT. . OILBKBT ( TBNH ANT. JAMES B. VAN. Juae IT, '63 tf 247 GILLILANDS, HOWEL & CO., niRECT mrORTKBS ORAI.BRS IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods . , no, SS Hayne street, .: CHJt n v e itoj; . c. N. B. BoUine Cloths Always on hand. WM. If. SILLILAMD, BIDNKT a, HOWELL. W. D. qiLLILAND. JAMXB OILLILAND JAMBB H. IIOHOLB. Oct. 1. 1861 tf lDJ J. Aa A N S LEY, ORNFRAI. Oomntlaalon and Produce ITIercl.ant, . vines on nroao street, opposite Union Bank, ATauaita,, t3t-n.., Wn.I. give prompt and pereonal attention to the eale of Bacon, Lard, Grain, Flour, Cotton, and all artlclee of Merchandise oonalgned to him. Alao, to the forwarding of Ooode for the Interior and Northern markets at the enstomsry rstes. Liberal advances, ei ther in eaah or by acceptances, made on articles in store ar when bills of lading accompany drafts. BaraBSBClH ! Baker, Wilcox t Co.; U.AH. Wilkinson! J. 0. Pargo, "Cashier," Augusta, Oa. Hand, Williams A Wllcoil Thoa. Trout A Co., Charleston, 8. 0. Wm. Dun rani Paddelford, Pay k Co.; F. T. Willis, Savannah, Oa. Bturgea, Bennett A Co., New York. J. 0. Wilson A Co.: D. Btuart A Son. Baltimore. Wood A f.nw. N.w n O. B. Welborn, Dalton, Ga. Grenvllle A Sample, Chat tanooga, Tenn. Bearilen, Son A Co., Knoxrille, Tenn. 8. K. Reedcr, Athens, Tenn. W. Shapard Oo.l Berry A Demerillo, Nashville, Tenn. Nov. M, M tf 819 no 13 si O XtTp ttV Jtti '.) WITM WESSON & COX, MAMPrACTOARM AND WBOLWIH OtiLtM IM Boots and Shoes, No. If Courtland street, (near Broadwav.l auiAR a. wasernt NEW YOflK. May l&-ly-a6t TOWBSBMO oox WATSON M. OOOVB. 1 JAIPIB W. BaII.IT, Lot 4 nf Gaikoro Tem. COOKE, BAILEY & CO., ., wiitrLBtAM U -I.llrl IU BOOTS, S XX O X3 IS, , H"'"., ?V Bonneita, aVc, No. 4, South Hide 1-ullto Hmire, . NABHVILI.B, TEN1. TRDF.ng carefully HUed.and goods promnllv for. 1 warded. Dee l-ly-4M - " W. E. HALL, !.., ' . Arrnaaa, tbxh., WILL give his atlsnllon to th. practice af sled I cine. Office South of th. Bridge. January 80, 188T. 488 N. It. MAY. M. D.. SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, . ATHENB, TENN,, T ESPECTFOLLY tenders hi. professional virivaa aw SUV fJltuue,- Jan. H. 1 . ii DR. J. L. ATLEE, Plxflilolmin. eft) Burcon Athens Tenn.. 'JT'IJ't' Ktve hU entlrittuntloi to tha practlet of w w t.s.viua vuiuv bi ui riiuuct oi uto iai a Wm.F. KelUi. uj H. B. DODSO, I). D. 8., Buriaoti Deutlat! ;,- Otncs oorner af Oooee tnd Meadow slrssts, Cleveland. TevsiH. . Dental tIUrlal for sale. , 'May 8-tMM C. A. JORDAN, asaaiw'rsa'a- rTVU(Blt8 kls Barrios, to th. nubu. la ail the va JL -rlaaa brauokea of his prafessloa. . BI.MMU1MI.1H.S, V The eaah b eca.lderd am, la svsry Instanoa, when th. srark ts dana. . OAlea on. doar Honk sf la. Srors of th. Isle F. yd, AW,. ... : ., , iolylat-tMCJ W. H. A R. COLLINS. Associate Traveling Dentists anoress, Bulpnur Uprhtff. Julyls-tf Rkfst cawsstr. Tewst. W. II. BRIANT, , Homey ca t Xj j xtr, Atbraia. Teitas.s Will attend promptly to Ihe collecting and securing " of claims, and will glvs hla undivided attention to an boelneee entrnatrd W hla care, a McMinn and Ihe surrounding counties. July U-tMOO J. L. HAYS, Attorney t Iia ir, niwaaaee Copper irilnea. Peik oounty, 7nn.( W.','.1, .,,,", M theCsarta Of ths Third Judicial Circuit. mhJ jir46j J. N. DUa " Altoruey a Xitxr, J'n",, CleTelaatd, Tenn. m-47 C. B. IVEAI,, Attorney at Xs aa, -w, Dlndiawnvllln, Tenn.. Wn.t practice In th. Courts of Monroe, McMinn, . mount and Polk. m.y l-tf-i MaiiMmvWtTem.- ... Aturn IslLUlfiv Al llllllili: Atlornoya at Xjct,itr V,u'!P'aellaln the Chancery and Clrcnll Courts . . 7 onroe,.iicininn.roiB, Brad ley, Melge, Roane and Blonnl.and in the Unarm. .nH Federal Courts at KnoavlHe. JantS-tMaS WILLIE LOWRY, Attorney asht Xj JaniS-tf Allisna,Tenn. 48 FRANK. S. HALE, Attorney at Zjaw, Athens). Tents. fllce np stairs In ths Oourt-house. sept l-1ye41( JARNAGIN & CALDWELL, ttox-ueya s.t Xja-ajTtr, Athena, Tenn. trrLToa p. jAasAma April 20-tr-S48 .A.CALDWSLU GEO. W. BRIDGES A TTOli KEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. PRACTICES in the different oountiesoom. .nainir th. TLUJ ..... ... ..... .,.,, ironic will attend to the collecting and securing of olaimg and will give his undivided attention , to all business entrusted to liisoare. march 2. 1849 tf o HUMPHREYS HOUSE, Knoxvllle, Tenn. If. HlllllPllllIlva Anlu'!i":'1 rrr ? t'rm ot yw' ,h '"i j,.,.. ; """" aariii rttniuii, nnnui trie name VZEZHT ""nr".na '"K """ ""I more con ..... ,, i,lnn nny Other Hotel, bealdem a saving of Hack or Omnibus hire. ' """!" aorhV . '"'"' 'he Stage for Montvale -T w,,v"' uiinwn, will he call- fheStng'r "I'Sjrlur. for either place, by The Proprietor does not think II necessary to sav he has kept a Public House any whero, a. sometimes old documents are dangerone .hinge. , I, del "rmineil aT Mm I call """b f thn.,'"n give him a call. July O YD XI O TT M IflBtTfln. fJts TViS fl!!;,S ' now, .T"1 fhr U,e conmmo.liitlon of having business In Ir.n.act In Macon. .. ft is central. .,,. ... " r- nrnniNO, Proprietor. marchaT-tf-444 B. P. DKNSB, Superintend 'I. UNION XX Q XT tS XJ . formerly nalljtond lloiiee,) Athena, Tenn.,' XJv tBi. T rtiv.v. nnni! proprietor rsspsctfully announces to the public ... w raientiy rentteil and return shed the M.V ."d hM t" nl """ n,liav"r Tuj i.i .. . !. " ,mBU wll "S snp. plied wltli the best the country alTorils. He hopes bv Ullf nilttincr atla.itiAti s n ..... r.. ua ... . 1 r , " ,iZ . . """""r oi ins guests to merit and receive a llberalsbaro of patronage. rjun!-tr-as8 wniTiii)i.i noifsi:, DALTON. OA. T1.'" "n,,'",lln.?,,1 " tltawnolliod of Informing the traveling public anil nlhert wishing hoard or lo.li L.'.'i S1..'! '".""""'""''hel.rge White llouae,known as the "Whitfield House," formerly occupied by K R Sasaeen, end Is now In charge of the same and prepared tO A ri'fim infill tttn nil ttlis ...... rt a , "... . . us . -sinij linn upon nun. ins table ill bo n.rnlahc. will! the best that the market nfTnrds. April 8-lyS-l8 M. C. JIARTIN. DEOATUn IIOTBIj. nur. aunaenner nas taken mil House, Decatur, Ten L nesaee. formerly kent hv Mr. l.in.i -n.i .... . fully solicits a share nf the nilllllp allafAnl 11- - the publio that he will keep the right sort or a house that his table will he supplied with the best the country alfords.his stable well euppllt with provcnder.and that every effort will be madeon hla pari to render all com. ,.,,y...,, iiKut'. tl, LUTtllELL. marcn o, looi-trtii -13X1113 13-33 r3 SXOTJSB. rB'H K above named House, eltualed within a ahort .m. distance of ihe Athens Depot, Is now open for ihe reception of Iravelera. Pertone traveling on the East Tennessee and Georgia Bail Road, and stopping at Athens, will And this linnse more conveniently situated than any other. The subscriber pledges himself lo lue his utmost exertions to give astlsfactlon and to render comfortable all who may favor him with their patron age. Athens, Dec 10-tM8Ol JAS. 8. UKIUUKS. liBUTT'S HOTHIi. X.SSS'Slsla. rae.ir THIS well known llouae lias been newly Oiled up with bedding, furniture, Ac. The undersigned has taken charge of II, and In announcing himself for the puhllo , , z, T .. t " . . " " "y us rruit,"and pledges hlgheelf, by an assiduous attention and a due shall be oared for and furnished with Ihe beat the ooun- .. , ... . .... ,, .. .,. ourmecieu witn me house Ihe large stable, alio. la and lot, of Meaara. Taylor. Bridles A Co.. anil Will he nren.red Inllmi II.. 1 em Janll-8t-88l WM. M. AI.EXANDKR, Proprietor. S'I!51lH.'.50"ie' Tl!pl'''s Pins Golden Rvrnp (the best that is msds In the world,) Rice, Bods, Btarch, Manilla Rone, Pepper, 8ploo and Ginger, Just received and for sale by. (OctiM) a. v. ROSS CJAl'SACIE neat Citlfera.-l have Just ra- r. uci.cu . large tot in not. ,, ami r, ami will sell them cheap for cash. Those wishing them will do well to give nil a call. Oct'2S tl w nnua Valuable Farm Tor Sale. 'wl fl Af"?8 of Land, lying seven and a hslf av M. f miles from Athsns, and Ave miles from Chll howee Springs about SOU acres in cultivation, Ilea well, soli mostly very goo, I, two or three most excellent Bprlnga, tolerable Houses and uarn, uncleared land well timbered, and soil good. I will lake pleasure in showing the premises to any one wishing to purchase. One-third purchase money to bs paid down terms as to balance will be made easy. . , . t. M. HENDERSON. Athens, Tenn., July 10, ISflT tf W Tkrefifcerfl. - , . . IWOCDD Inform persons wanting Threshers that I hava several different etyles of Horse Powers, snch as I think equal, If not superior, to anyln the country. Persons wishing anv thin, of th. kind will e.ii . th. Athens Pourdry where th. mach!neeean be eeen. There Is a gieal saving ta rsont purchasing where they eanh av the use of the patterns in ease any paes ofthsmtAal s should break. Gall and see. Prlcrt moaerata. Jan a-ti a. ZIUMKRHAN. Wheat Wanted. T ilTR tubicribsir withe targe quantity of food Merohtntatbla Wht.l. fnr tilAli hs. will nav IKab nijjfiwvk mmTK.ni price. iJuiyioj B. k. KKKUKU. -g ff Bni. KINO'S f ALT, for tale hy JL W tJUIJ IU J. M. MKNUERflOM. Agents .Wanted I una agent is waotea .. ( j To make sals of . OHOVKUABAKERa Family Sewing Machines. This I. ths only Sowing Machine ever Invented to luny answer in. purpuae ror fanerat tasutiy use.. .. . Por particulars, address NABUVILLE SKWINO MACII1NR CO., OcU-Jm . Mo. 4 Publio Square, HakviU Hard Times Come at Last ! . nlTTIanl Jnst receiving my IT" He, 11 and , Winter Bto oU o r t-ro7oerm.aa.e ana aciuog mem on eocep. A am taking tha paper of all Ihe Prea Banka, and nearly all ar the Stock Banks, al par, tot floods. Thoss holding any of M would do well to giro ma a .all soon, If they gown waraaiua. ' 10. VJ . UBAI, ST. SH.B0, . Hiwassee College, Irlanrot e.., Tena, sCSITUATIOW. la th. eoantrv.SW miles rVam U.HI n soavllla. Pacoitv ftev. J. H. Braner, A. al., Prea'lj Sam'l 8. Uoak, Ksq., A. B , Vice Pras'll , suior. Auiiiuu miv. ooarn v i ,011 to is. voiumw In f.ll.rari.. 1IIM. llnMl. I... ... - Inn . ...... bwrdlng Houss going up. Pali session wilt begin Sep. aaain.i .-.i-va.j ' y . m. sua I , cec y, ll nWswt taariwae.lslaa At YOUTH AND" MATURITY, wss i-HMuaea, sratu, Ms tm Dunuaetd. Are. woros on th. rational treatment, without medicine, of Dpermatorrhea ar loal Weakness, v.u,UM .nunvn., weni.ai ana nervous treblllty. Premature Decay nf tha Hyslem, Impotency, and lot. . .rurrniiT, oj . !) LANKY, al. D. ' Tha ImiMriinl r.n. it... . t - . . . , , ' ' - .... in... j aiarning com plaints, originating In the Imprnilence and solitude of ......... rrmnTm nirHUliT Sf KlllUlr. K, Is In thla .mall tract elearly demonetraled; and Ihe en tirely new aniMilghly sueceeaful treatment, aa adopted ny the Anlhnr.fully explained, by means of which every one le enabled to cure HIMCKI.K perfeeUy and at the least poselble coal, thereby avoiding all tht advertised nostriime of Ihe dsy. Rent tn n, ..t.l... . .1. ... . . . . . . ' e" pwi tree, in a eeaien f ANPvWiJ'r"" """ P"s stamps to lit, UK " ' ".' "i . . iwrn, new tora. O0t 1y4tJ a to r 10 .0-Jast received and far -" vr. n . ttues. XlXtDTJOXID Through Rates of Freight From NANHVII.I.F. to KNOXVILLE, AND STATIONS ON THB Kait Tenneetee and Heorrta Hail Road. SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses (In barrels,) Tobaoco (In hniea.i Nail. T)i.w i:a... Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Rop. and' urungo, run, i neese, oonp, ritar and Tallow CanHlna. Whita r.amA n. t ...t (in kegs and boxes, j I'ig Lend and Shot ' (in kegs,) Liquor, (in barrela and casks, Crockery Ware (in crates and per 100 lbs., 50. No article entitled to thia rale except those specified above. ' Shot and Lead in bundles, and bottled Liquors will be charged the regular local rates of each Koad, 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 eon signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road, at Nashville, dray age only charged, which has been contracted for at It cents per ton of 2000 lbs. Every packnge must have the nnme of the Stations ol delivery plainly marked on it. Roads will not be responsible for ordinaay leakage of Liquors, Oils or Molasses, and will only pay for deficiency of contents when packages show marks of violence. . A bill of Freight paid Steamers and Tray aga will be mailed to consignees from Nash ville, showing, also, the time of arrival and departure of the goods. R. C JACKSON, Snp't East Tennessee A Georgia Rail Road. Maroh , ISS-tf-ttl Fair Wnrnliiir. PERSONS Indebted to us for goods bought previous to the 1st of last Jsnuary will do well to cull and pay up by the 1st of October as we will wait no longer. 8o Look out. w. O. HOKTON. September 4 1851. THE subscriber is now receiving a new stock of ELEGANT riANOS from tha oldest and most responsible manufactories of me norm, among wltioh are 7 oetave nam Center Pianos; 7 " Carved " 7 " Half-carved" " 6 " Plain, 2 round eornors; 6, " Plain. " " 7 ' Grand Piano, very heavy toned. Also, the Budoir Piano, Also, the celebrated Corrugated Sounding Boarde, of Roardinan, Gray A Co., which are boeoming so vastly popular in Europe as well as America. All I'iitnos warranted to give satisfaction, or no sale. Also, lust received, a large selection of Pt'ono Mutie Songs, Polkas, Waltzes, Varia tions, 4o., Ao. Guitars and Strings; superior Mulodians; Harmoniums; Piano Stools and Covers. Pianos tuned and repaired. The subscriber refers to gentlemen who have purchased of him. throurhout Knst Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. inese ins-.i amenta are for anl e at Athena and Chattanooga. H. G. COOKE. Deo S, 185 -tf-428 OOO Z3uaail3.olss Pennsylvania Clover Seed. AS the sesaon of the year for sowing Clover Seed (and the best of all others for securing a sure and heavy stand) is now at hand, we offer a rare chance for securing an article that will give tstiaractlon. We re commend this lot of Seed particularly lo the farmers of Sveeheaier ViUley. nenn on yonr orders nnd we will send von the Seed, II eoimtt and frenh. Tsnns or Sai.r CVaA. KnoxvlllcBept.ll.lW. OAUT A Mcl'IIF.RHON. Thresher!-) ! . I WOULD Jnst Inform all who wish te boy Threshers for the Coming season thntthev .lioitld e.ll mnA .1. in their orders, as It Is lime Ihey were going on, and that I am prepared to make a favorable arrsgement ..... ,, wi.M tn uuy. a. a. iter-ur-K. ntnene, Jan. w, 'Of.tr ATHENS FOUNDRY AP 3CVXAOlil3a.e 'XnTearls.aat. THE subscriber would respectfullv an X nonnoe to the citizens of Athens and tha purine generally, tbat he is now in operation uuu prupnreu to ao OAS riKTCn- of every description in his line, and would therefore solicit orders from all those who may want anything of the kind. Ue is now casting and has for sale dif ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tii-ht Cook Stoves, furnished oomplete; varioua sizes of rarior, nineriate, unomiier, utliceand chop Stoves. Also, Hollow 'Ware: Wattle Irons: t.i l j i i , ' f riougna, rigut sna jeit nana. Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Inoline Water Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou sand feet per day. All kinds of 3VI AOHINBI1V fitted tip in the best and most durable manner, anu upon snort nonce. Also. Iron Railing of everv description. Us ia also prepared to do all kinda of crass oasting. The highest Cash price will he paid for OLD COPPER. 0. ZIMMBRMAN. P. 8. There is connected with tha Works an excellent Pattern Maker, ao that persona wisning eastings can nava patterna made to oruer. u, Athene, Tenn.. July 18. 185 tf 408 Valuable Property for Sale. TAM offering for sale mr borne nlaee a X very desirable property oonsisting of anoDi ou acres 01 onoioe L.ancl, in good oon- :. i- t .1 . .... . uitiuu on wnien mere are aeomfortame and roomy Dwelling House, Kitohen,Smoke-bonse, good Barn and Stables, Vc, and a aaleotion of choice bearing Fruit Trees, , Also, 180 aeresof Land, situate in the West side of MoMinn county an unimproved Lot in the town of Charleston, Bradley county, adjoining the Rail Road Depot Lot: and a number of unimproved Lots situate between the town of Athens abd the Rail Koad Depot. rr ... j ' Annua tv u. ngreea upon. v A. D. KEYES, Athens, Jan 1,185- tf-484 IIBIflOVAI.. ' Saddle, Bridle and Harness iiws s- xv UArAOTORY, . W-l UUU of tke Public Sonar. Tnl sub.crlber wauld rslura his slneare thanks so the public generally for tha very liberal patron age he has received, and hopes by strict attsnllon t. business to merit a oontlnuanca of the aame. Ha baa Just returned from Philadelphia with a food stock of material!, whlsh ooabbtea bins to manufacture any article in hla Una wllk promptnsss and deapatch. .. for ssstllng , Rnamalled U.lhvof allaolors, Pad Skins, Brhlls Blla, Stirrup Iroas.aad various other arlloles. for sala lew down for nih. llekeensoomtuntlyon hand a good assortment of Baddies, Bridles, Whips, Ao. Plsaas call befors purchas ing oaewnare,aa ina Boitere, between Gibson's and Xtlisas,Aprllll,lgss-if-4 ; ItOOKI Behold and "Wonder I riHK subscribers would respeotfullv an X nounee to all tha world, that they art now rwewiving irorn new lortx and t'hiladel phia, one of tha largest, best ..lasted, and most fashionable stocks of Spring and Summer Goods ever offered In thla marV.L tr.wUa their porol ases with great care, and upon ths uvn. ivriua, snej ieei satisnea mat may can sell Goods as low as they can ba bought in East Tennessee. Their motto is, to sell Goods CHEAP, and make money by selling the more of them. Ther will keep constantly on hand every thing that ia usually kept, and mora too. Their atook consists, in part, of LADIES DRESS GOODS I such as Silks, Berages, Brilliants, Lawas, Ja onets, Muslins, Ginghams, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss, Black Silks, Argentines, Prints of all nrleas and Btvlna. T.aitio. n.tnnlin.. Tl "oops, new etjlea. Laces, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Collars, Bonnets, new and beau in m, mimes mats ana uipsies, Konches; . Hat. nf all kinl.f .t.A.. a.... vs... . " - " ? ""i . "i and Saxony; Cloths, Caesimers, Cottnnades, i-nriiiera Aruis, iiieaonea nna Drown Domes tina all wirltha- TinblnM. T..1;.. rl..l.. tr.l. . . . ' "0"l viuun, Ainu it Cloth, Veatings, READY-MADE CLOTIIXOI something new. f3raM a.J aiii. ru... seillesand Satin Vests, Ae. Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Spades, Show ela. Forka and Ata. AI.a K. a .t - ..., .us V.B KJJ . II C Bladea in America; Queenaware, China and uiaasware, ail Binds). Hooks and Stationery. A large atock of Gold Jewelry, such aa Breast Pins, Ear Drops. Rines. Ac. at low prices. We ask yon to come and see onr Goods, and we feel sure j on will eay they are cheap and buy them. W. G. HORTON A CO. April i New Goods for the Million I WOULD respectfully eall the attention of the people to the aulendid assortm... .r Spring and Summer Goods, tist reoeived, at their new Brick Corner with iron Front, vrhinh w.r. r.i,..V.... - .. I . -, . vu . i j o (.gat terms, and are now offered at aa low rates as sueh Goods oan be purchased any where in For the LADIES, they have the latest ityles of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Muslins, J a, I , ' "" i.otuine:io, XAOBiery and Gloves, Also, Ms Bonnets and Trimmings. A large stock of GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, Btich SB ninths r.uln.H Qnt;n.. -ir 7 Tweeds, Drillings, Ae., Ac. READY-MADE nr iiti r t . tt . .. . . . vA-vAAAAiw, xints, Doocs ana shoes. Drugs and Medioines, Pninta and Dye-stufTs, Hardware, Cutlery and Qtteensware, Groce ries. Trnn Ataal N.ila ..J n..,.'. 1 , . , , ...... aBblllgB, uesiaoB every other article nsually kept in retail Stores. Give them a eall. They consider it uu truuiiiv to snow isooas. iney are deter mined not to be undersold. ' VW All kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. May t-89 CLARK'S Celebrated Flom-intr Mill. GRINDING and Bolting at a single opera, tion. 8 'inch Stone Price f7B0 will turn out 50bbls. per day. JO inch Stone Price $700 will turn out 40 bbla. per day. Thia Mill is tha cheapest, most timple, du rable and eompact, requiring less power, less attention, anr malr.. . l.m... .i.M i . ........... H '." (.-' jicm nuw ue. ter quality of Floor, than any other in use or . .cvu .uuiaiBg a. ILingB ton. We also maniif.ntnra . :.. n and Feed Mill upon the asms principle ai any man win lurnisn me tha power so tnat T nan .i,n . 04 i..l. sea . . - - i..wi '..ii r y osu timee a minute, with 8 inch band, I will nut up the ...in auu run it ou aaye u ne will lurnlsh me as much Wheat as I can grind In that time, At ftl TtV Vin.h.l mnA t .1. . St.. T.'l . . . . barrel, I will give him the Mill for the net r"l,i l"'r pnymg ror tne w neat and all the AvnnnaAa nf pnnnlnrr mnA lA.. .u. f:ii r .. T- ; , -. "".. lia mil. .n BB good repair as it was at the beginning. A.UUIOD. inuij. 13, fllCClj IV C. H, , Kingston, Tenn, TtafAvanoaa a. tn iu.....ll.;lii.. . a.i ... ... . ,.,vnalulll,.,waln,ul Chattanooga, and Kingston. td7Tbe above Mills can also be purchased of C. L. KING. Riceville. Tenn. Jan 1, 1857-1 y 184 Schenectady Agricnhnral Works ANf rACTTSE IMPROVED RAILWAY HORSE POWERS, Aiiniv-.rir.iv-) abu strAKVlUKS, COM BINED THRESHERS AND WINNOWERS, CLOVER HULLERS AND CLEANERS, WOOD SAWING MACHINES, 4a THE undersigned having been twenty years sngaged in building varioua kinds of Horse Powers and Threshing Machines, feel confident, from past experience, and the nu merous testimonials thev are reoeivintr from all parte of the country of tbe superiority of tueir iiiBuiiineB, tnat tney can give sattstac tion to all who may favor them with orders. Our Horse Powers are made strong, and so geared that it requires the team to travel only about 1 miles per hour to thresh dry grain, thereby making it suitable to work either horses or eattle on- them. Our Threshers and Threshers and Winnow era are so constructed aa to disoharga all the grain and dust through the machine, and not into the feeder's face aa ia usual with other kinds. The Thresher and Winnower has a revolv ing wire separator, whioh does its work more perfeotly than can be done in any other way. Tha Separator Rirlrlln hae a fntlr .le.w shaker, whioh shakes the grain out of the straw as it passes from the Thresher. We warrant these machines to suit the pur chaser upon trial, or they can be returned ana tne money reiunaea. ; G. WESTINGHOUSK dt CO. jar These machines will be for sale in Athens aa soon as they can be brought out l)y steamer. S. K. REEDER, Agent. April 8, 18S-tf-445 Farm for Sale. THE subscriber desires to sell her Farm, in the neighborhood of Athens. It is situ ate on the j-oad leading to Benton, about two miles from tha Athens Depot, and contains soma 400 aore, a portion of it under iinprove- L l.l..l.1 : .1 , a T i . uiout, nun tne usianee IB won timuerea.ana ail well adapted to eultivation. There are sev eral Springs of good water oo the Farm, and plenty of Fruit Trees. Also, a comfortable Dwelling House, Negro Houses, Ao. Persons desiring to purcliase can obtain a bargain. NANCY BRADFORD, Athene, March 20, 18S7-tf-44S i . Chancery Court at Athena. , , Joseph Johnson i '' .. Daniel II. TIqvI, Levi Hoy, Clarke Hoyl, Da vid Hoyl, Thoa. L. Hoyl, John Hoyl, Jemi ma Mnston. Thomas P. Wells and wita slap. gnret Wells, Williams Meyfieldrfuiil wife Naroisse Mnyfield, Thomas H. Jones and wife Susan Jones, and Thomas P. Wells, Administrator of . lbs Estate of John Hoyl, deo'd. IN this cause it appearing from allegations in tha Original and amended Attachment and injunction Bills filed in tbia cause which are sworn to, That Daniel IL Hoyl Levi Hoyl, Clarke Hoyl, Thomas II. Jones and wife Suaan Jonea are non-resident eitixena of tha State of Tennesaee, It is therefore ordered that puhlioation be made in tha Athens Post. a newspaper published in, the town of Athena, iounty oi xuo.riinn, and State or Tennessee. ia4 four suocessirs weeks, reauirintr the said Daniel II. Hoyl, Levi Hoyl, Clarke Uoyl, Da vid Hoyl and Thomas H. Jones and wile Su san Jones to mske their personal appearance at our next Court of Chanrarr to be bolden at Athens as aforesaid, en tha 8d Monday of reoruary next, men and mere to pieaa, an swer or demur to the Complainant's Bill as aforesaid, filed against them and others in said Court, or tha same will ba taken as sonfeasad aa to them. aoJ set for aearing aooordipgly. . ...... WM, LOWUY. 0. A IL Athens, Nov. 8, 186?.-r4k-prs fee .-!; , , Dr. McLANE'fl " - CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE xiver'pills. w.ftlt. l..t Prtpttsui .f th. Asjae They are not recomT 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 animal 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 (IF nMirura 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 all respectable Stores. 4 - had at Drug FLEMING BRO'S, 60 Wood St., Pittsbdhgh, Pa. Sole Proprietors!. SCOYIL A MEAD, No. Ill Chartrea street. New Orleans, General wholesale Agent for the Southern States, to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold by P. 11. Kktth A Co., Athens, Tea, - vkm. husks, J. H. Pattoh, Sweetwater, " , Hdslkv A Johnson, Loudoa, " J, H. Maoixi A Co., Mouse Creek, " AnxAxnan A McKamt, Benton, . " J. A. A C. W. Corns., Madisonville, J. M. A J. J. Knox, Charleston, " W, H, t J M. Cbaigmu.es, Clevolaad. Dee 5, 18o-ly-428 Cedar Grove High School, - i NINTH SENMOIV. Commencing Monday, April t5M,ll6T.' TI1E Truiteei hare eompletcd their rro ten rati with Mr. H. B. Hit wood t Uk cbarirt of Ihla School for the two aeiitont neit en in I nr. The School Ir located in a pleaiant and healthful Dclghborhoadwr mileifloutti-eaitof Charleitoo, Bradley ee.,Teni. Ratqf Tuition, per iftttion : ' ' lit 01a Orthoptraphy, Readtnir.Peninanebfpiafrl ' maryOeoftraphy, and Menial Arithmetic . .... ....It Id Clan Arithmetic, Ancient and Modern Geogra phy, Engliih Grammar and Modern H liter y. . .... 9 8d Clan Algebra. Geometry, BurTeylnir. Aaelytf cal Geometry. Aitronomy, Higher Mathematlca, -Ihyiiology,Latln, Greek ad French LMfaagee,.. 11 Contingent fee McM No student will be recelred for a Icieterm than aaa. half aeailon, and no deduction made for loit time e eept In eaiei of protracted ilckneei. Board ii M tk per day. John Mas, 1 , A. J. Oati, Truitee. March tT-tMBT Joh Hihbhioit, 1 A. liens Foundrri 1 HAVING engaged the lervtcei of Mr. F. M. KtL00t .who la authorlaed to reoelre orderi and traniae all bmlnesi appertaining to the Foundry, any perien wanting Information In regard to Machlnary.sM.tffUl be attended to by calling at the Foundry. Athem, July 11, 1866-tMOT 0. 3VIMMCRM AIT, Howard Association! . PHILADELPHIA : 1 IMPORTANT ANNOCNCEMSNT. TO all perioni a IS lot ed with Sexual Dliiaiei.nch Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Wealtncn, Impotenee) Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bypbtlli. the Vict ofOnaolia.oc Belf Abuie, Ao., Ao. The Howard Aetoclatlon, InTlew of the awful deitrnei tion of human life, earned by Sexual Dlieaiei, and the) deceptloui practised upon the unfortunate vlctlma el audi llieaiei by Quacki, have directed their Consult Ing Surgeon, ai a charitable net worthy of their aamt to give Medical advice grail, to all penona thua af flicted, who apply by letter, with a description of thela condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, .fro.,) and W eases of exrteroe poverty andsufferlog.to furnish Medio olnes free of charge. The Howard Association Ii a ben STotent Institution established by special endowment, for the relief of tba alck and distressed, afflicted with "Virulent and KfU demJo .Diseases." It hasnowa surplus of means. wbkV the Directors hare Toted to expend In advertising taej above notice. It Is needless to add that tht Assoela. tion commands the highest Medical skill of tba agetaae will furnish the most approved modern treatment. Just published, by the Association, a Report on Sperm tnatorrhcea.or Bemlnal Weakness, the vice of Onanism Masturbation or Self Ahuat, and other diseases tf tha Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, which wtl be sent by mail, (In a sealed envelope,) fret of charge, on the receipt of two stamps for postage. Address, Or. GKO. R. CALHOUN ,ConuHfngSarjrtai, Howard Association, No. t South Ninth street, rhlla delphla, Pa. By order of the Directors. Izba D. Huxtwiu., President.' Oan. PAiionOD, Secretary. Feb $-,f4t Threshers! Threshers I HAVE received an Agency for tht salt of tht Threshers and other Agricultural Implements man. uTactured by Richard H. Pease, at Albany, New York,. A sample of the two and tno horse Thresher, and) Horse Powers, has been reoeived, and all those wishing to buy Threshers this seaion are requested to call ana examine them before purchasing elsewhere. Come In, atonotand examine them, and If yon tibt Ihe ma, thloes, the terms, and the warranty, give mt yonr or ders, that I may get them here before harvest. I will also sell orders for Saw Mills, Grain Crsdles Corn Shelters, Plows, Ao., a sample of which tan ha teen at tht Ware-room, near the Depot. 1 am also agent for tht sale of J. Cotton k 0oi ia perlor Wheat Fans. Orders far Threshers and1 Oraln Ore dies ahontd ha tent In be tore first of March, te get here In time far harvest.. Jan IS . . JAS. U. HBNDIRBON. McEwen & Gillespie ' nAVC reeelvad and open., thai, fslf snS Wlal Oooits, and reapaoltullj lovlts altsnllsa to Itcaa Oclobsr fl, 56 Livery and Sale Stable, SwMlwalst, Taass. ; -r -riiHI sabsKrlhsr kafslsava tslDrem lbs travsllnf nk 11c thai hs baa opsned a largs sod eamssadloustla' ble In Swsetsrslsr, an lbs last Teaaesssa sad Oeorrla Rail Read, where thejr caa be mniBadaled te K arses aod Saddles, Bu,eiee, Basks, 4e., Ac. fsraae travel -Ing to and rrora Monlvals Sprinsswlll ftjtd III. Ilisk j 9S miles. Be will .Is. Irsds ia Horses, Mnles, . ' JaaSlf-l)S U.B.VRaUWMB.