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' ml 1V ' .TSf v - . - - ' C '- .- v . . v. ' ' '!.,., . .01' - rod M batl ,f CukJ 1! fllB WOM-D JO It AJX , , - eno. Ct. 01 Gs.ru'. ' ::lgctri oil f -- oil Is tka nlv nn rrmcdf In th. world r ., t. el Rheumatism, tlea'tiees, Oonl, Nciiral- , lm.-w. Sciatica, Rnlnal nd Iro.iehlnloomplstnts Vie "oier.ua. Ilr4icli, Ortnp, Oroup, I'llm, Vcloiii, tiralptid Intlvt, Ottls iiml Woiina, ell4 UlUirtt, in Matt, funhla, jlpolM, Sr Nllle llcl rt-4, om IHMKilart, ooll Klviim, Ounker In till MM v attiMoll, ISIplulKa, Knptloot, Oak4 V Mr Tdmh PaloT. fUurlij, IJIcin, ' L . i.mH Bgrn, Tnotk wi lr-ach. Nvrrout ti uMinn, Bonn, Hera Uimu f IMtMnf lCnu, Krrrun. AhwtM.BIIf Nncka, Brokn llrnt, Cbll hWHM, TrlM, akln(n, rnM4 fxt, rr nd (DwypMl ll(kt,r r DIMUal UiM r Mra or plu fM, k lb I7 KrUd iw branirht baton Iha pnblla Mat wdt da In arark pcrrctlT In tram Uirea to twantr MnnlM baa bean uard bjr thauaanda 4 prouauuced la ba tka beat riady ar dltaorarad. . TblaOHaaU an tbaayatam wHhalectrlclty laofpara TanatahK praparallan. Mot Iba atlihlaat danaer of . applrHif It antwardlT ar lawardlr. It at one. a penaaaant aura in moat aaaaa from tan to twenty Mluataa. r - ...... Tha baat pralalofau ol Curaa haaa d lirorarad that all eraanla daranaamanl or tha animal yalcm la Ilia at raet af an obatraetlon of tha pbTiico-alaotrlc fluid Hi Iba oraaa dlaaaaad. A aklllfal applloatlon of tbla Oil puta In V-aedlala motion tha naraa Hold, and tha aura la at aura aocomnllahad. Na bleedlnga na YamlUnf , pnrg- luff, of bltatarlna:, la raaortcd an. Kono aannlna without alamatnra of Prof. C. Di t. .mm I .bKaU alMMl in vPlUfia. Prinotpal Dapoc, No. m, tJooth eiit'ilh traa, thraa daara balaw Ohaatnut, Philadelphia. Oountrjr daalara and druaafau can ba aupplled wltoleaala and ratail. Prlea to eanla, on eanta. ana f I per aoiue ov .wiSk. tiM af m able ona altnole trial. " Oarrmt Ba careful to aak for and net Da Outs' Btotrto Oil, aa worth leee Imltallona abound. Tbaro bra nniaeroue Imltatlona aprunff up an tha ra nataua ma article haa aoaulred. Tha public mint be ware. Tbef are wartlike!. l-ntonlebr UK). W. ROM, Athena, Tann. WaaW-lt-dTg .. MOt ft E CREEK. Male and Female Academy m-mri(thanJriIeojd,or tht Commute or BoarI or TrutMCi ftpfWinien 10 npariniRna m unu - fmtiof ftSctto-at UoMtolMotwaoCrert.UoMlnnoouoty, f MnMMa. and tn molov auitnblo TaKcher. and iu- r4tilli4 lb whoWPomo tnnrrniot of floltool t . tival tMi tako plotuur in ftnttoanelng to the nib cribor uid public goner. If, tht the buildlnfc li fl nil li ed, or ovarljr to that a School may be commenced.- . Wa tun. tfur much bbIq to aelecl a competent tearh- r.emplered Profeeeor ALF.XANDKK A. NKWMAN, a aattre Bi Tenneueean, wno wnm m n rrrommma liui aehelftr. a ffentteman.and a ehrittlan. The Aret .Mloa of thta laaUtutlon will eoniioenc oa Honda, tat iota inet . Tarme, at (Ae mU prr Helcm o to t : MtHnf, HeaUlnr and Writ In $5 eoffraphr. ArlthmetletEnlUb Grammar. uompoel- lil-an nVtid DcClaUUtlOD Mathematlea, Natural Sciential, and the abort 10 ' ..attin UrfimKiaT and Reader IS Out-half In advance and the balance at the close of the weilon. Con tin rent fee (in advanca,) w cenia. Boardlnffi InftoodTibuaei eourentent to the School, (vaahlng and llchu ultra) per week, $1,95. ' Na Minll nermltled to enter the School without a tick' - at ilrned by J. II. Ilatill. Treaaurer. No deduction for la-tat tima. ax eet t In caeo of nrotracted elukneea. Wa arlll meutlon. for the benefit of those unacnnalnt- m with the loealitv of this Institution, that It is st lusted abont lis miles North of Athens, In the beautiful Mouse Creek vallej, near the summit or the Vast Tennessee nd Georgia Railroad, some nine hnndred fet higlier than the city or nnoxrme. in me ueeu to out aci ny lot we have the water prWIIrite to n bertutlful spring, near the head fountain of the pure llmettone waters ol l.ttl Mouse Creek. A more henlth location, perhaps, could not be found In East Tennessee. We In tend to mm our utmost endeavors to build up a good School, and Invite the attention or parents and guardians to our advertisement. At our building is now near a state of completion, we respectfully request the suhscrlbrs who have not set tled to call upon i. II. Majj.ll, Treasurer, and par their ubstr pt oki. . I Octtt-tMT4 J. H. MAOILt. ST'OTES I ST0TE3 ! fpHKouhricriberlirtsonhand and will keep a supply of COOK, UU. nl rA.UAirt biimw), oi hUBivrn tnanofacture. and of the best ami most approved pat terns, which he will sell aa cheap, If not cheaper, thau they can be procured or any other person. Ill ebon Is at the West end of Main street, near t)i corner of Church Alley, where he invitee all who want BrA-raM. to call. H also keene on hand a supply of TIN WAKE of cry description, and is prepared to put up Guttering, Roofine, o cM at reasonaoit rates. Athens, Aug 14-lHM J AS. C. CALHOUN Masonic Female Institute, Ma It W. VOM ALDKHOFP. Preit. Mua MARY L. LKA, l'r'pl Preparatory Department. - Instructress Juvenile Department. Panr. OUBTAVl'H R. KN AUK, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental music. Mm. II. A. DROWN, Instructress In Drawing, Paint ing and Embroidery, itulu o Jiition, pr Sfn-ion f Fit MvnfhsPaya latfli&saaLatln. Greek. French. Spanish, Italian. German 18 4 " Mathematics, Botany, Anatomy and Physiology 15 94 Advanced CnmKhlnn and Rhetoric, Natural rtillosophy, NHtural History, Moral Philosouhv.CheuiUtrT and Book - Keepinc ... 12 4th 11 Gramtnar.Ueography, History, Klement ary Couipoiltion, Arithmetic ftth " Spelling, UeatUng and Writing Musk I.lnaar Drawl lis fainting In Water Colors, Meuotint, Crayon Draw- Olin?ain tin f WWW .'".'a'..'.,!.!... Embroidery Incidental Expenses 1 The Third Session will open on the first Monday in November. We are authorised to say that the following gentle men will receive Boarders at f'i per week, exclusive of washing; Mr. Caswell Lea, John Carter, Mr. Ake Hen ry, and II. W. Von AldelmtT. Mr. Ake lleury has put np a large and commodious house for the reception of students. Besides the above, there are several other families that will take hoarders at the above rate. Tickets of Admission to he procured from Otto, W. piaxs, Treas. TH0S. II. CALLAWAY, Oct 28-At-74 Pres. Board of Trustees. Important notice. To A11 Oonoerued. V LL persons Indebted, either by onle or acoounl, to - J. the arm of J. A. Writ lit A Co., or to Wright, Wil Imuus A Co., Sweetwater, are earnestly requested to call at voce and pay up It belna neceesary that tha bu.i naaa of theaa Anna, now dissolved, should be settled up. - Wa bona our frleuda will heed tills notice, and not put ua to tna necessity of placiug their notes and accouula out for collection. J. A. WItlUHT, , . J. A. COFFIN, ' 0. W. COFFIN, pl. 18, 16ST. 8. Y. D. WILLIAMS. WILLIAMS llimPIIKEV'S HATING boaaht tha InUrast af the above named partlaa at Sweetwater, will continue the business at the old eland, where they will kern on hand a gener al assortment of DRY 0001)8, ailOCKKIKg, and every thlof else In their line, to which they Invito toe atten tion of old enitomers and friends. Sept 18. l8T-tlJa-4W ' Notice to Shippers of Freight. ' TamsroavAnosDKrABTMkaiR.TBxx.AGi.R.R.Co. i Athens, Aug. 13, 1897. ( rviai80ompany wlllJallverany Freialitsrecoived in- .B. to their Depots, In a reasonable time, at tha taroalnua af their Road at Dalteo to tha owners or their aganta (not ours,) they paying charges as per tariff and receiving tbe frelahte on dav of arrival at Dalton. This Company does not propose either to store freights or deliver to the Western A Atlantlo Rail Road, uulessthe -. awnera have made arrangements with said Road to re j aaiva tha same. Csrsoannot be detalued beyond a few rn making shipments aa above AivsryfacMltyln tha 1 power af tbe officers of tha Company will ba extended - ,o shtppsrs. Beyond tha end of their raits they have aa control and assums no responsibility. : An, la-tf a4 RJO. JA0KSON,8up'l Trans. at (ihancsvy at Afli.na. - Ebenezer Diiine, William B. Divine, and olbera, - ' : ' " ....- " " " ' Zeptha Smith and wife, and others. IX thisoause it appearing that Zeptha Smith and wife Jane Smith, Margaret Divine and .'- Job a Divine, are aou residents of the State f Tennessee, it la ordered that publication k be made in tha Athene I'nst for four tueeet sive weeks, requiring said nun resident de ' fendants to appear at our next Court of Chan eery, to be held at the Courthouse in the town of Athena, on the 8d Monday of r'abru ' ary nest, and plead, answer or demur to com plainants eeld hill, or the same will be taken ' . lot confessed as to them and eet for hearing accordingly. WM. LOWKY, 0. 4 M. Mot 2-1, HoMt-prs fee ts-47 : Notice.- WE will offer for sale, to, the highest bid der. at the lata residence of John T. ' Wright, deceased, oa tbe 1 lib and ldth of Deaauibar sext, the following property: .' 10 head of Work Horaes and Mules, axoeut suab aa may be retained to finish gathering : tna srop ; w rat nogaj au or tumoci iloga; M bead of Milch Cows and Btock Cattle; all the farming Tuola; snme 16fi0 bushels Wheat; lot I tiey. in aw set ana an oilier perisu- lle property, ept the Corn. . Tha above property will be sold on a cred it of lis montbs, with Interest from data, sMpt Iba Fst Hogs, which will ba sold on a . ... - - . i - t.. . . . , . - radii 01 four Rioni.ia, wuo iiii.roswroin, iihis, tha oureiiaswr si vim? bond with approved sar .r ,,r-.i,nD r, turn aairlty, i. . trr.trn.iiri. ... viii ,oir , r THOH. 1. MASON. -;'' ' AJmr't of Juhn T Wright, Wa ',, Bmm ,, Not 27, 1857-81-17. l!V8l HA?VCr. CAiHTAL EJttHOEI, iratrTfTaWWaf , 'HraataWaBadi Inoarnaratad MM. 1 ' Charur Pi-ual. Cash Capital, tThV'.. $1,000,000, ABSOLUTS AND UNIMPAIRED! Burplud, $4fififlBfl XX. With th prtttigi of 08 jert iuoct ana upcrieiie. ' tHrtrtart, BHACt, M.t ili'l.Tumm, .foflKrri cntmoy, a. rLuwKh, mvr. tvmix. A. TUTTUI, RDLKKLRT, K. MATHM, Q. RIPI.RT, .I. PRATT, ' A. DURHAM,' . aiixraa, t. a. alsjcander, 0. . brauurd. Oftlctr. . W AMD, t. DA VIA, - W. ItXIT. B. 0. RIPLKT. Prst.' t. A. ALEXANDER, Viet Prst. THUS. B. BRACE. JR., twe'y. J. B. liKNNKTT.Uenl Agent. Insures against tht Or INLAND NAVIGATION At as liberal ruk-i and rates as rlskessuraed itermlt of for solvency and f ilr profll. pedal attention pan. to i'i-ath-i. tr ww r.i.i INUl. FARM PROPKKTV, OUTHUII.DlN(l8 AND CONTENTS. Such insured for periods or three to nrt years on the most favorable terms. LOSSES. EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROITTPTLY PAfD. LOSSES-PAID, $10,437,312 84. If wajtlth.with a stead v and prompt attention to a legitimate losuraaot business, and the execution of contracts In good faith, have Inducements with the pub lic In selecting their underwriter wt refer them for teet of quality and our claims to their patronage, to records of past services, tendering their contluuauce with Increasing ability and facilities in future. Choice Fret Class Indemnity may oa eiieciea wunoui delay, with this well known and able corporation. tnrougn UZ.U. . bubs, agmmt Ainena, una. oct ZaV-ain-i4 New Goods Late Arrival I SK. nEF.l)Ell,(one door North of tha a olil "Alliens Hotel,") haa received and openad s la rye and well acleoted baaortment of . rALI.'AJiD H'lNTEIC" GOODSl emliracing a variety ndnptcd to the aoruon and to the want! of the country; to which lie invitee the attention of hia frienda and the publio. Without deei;iriiiu; to boast, he thmkt he enn snieiy sny tnni tna stocK is equal, u not superior, to any brought to this markat, Lie also baa a good supply of GROCERIES, Hardware, Queeuswnre, Cutlery, Ac, tte. All of which he is disposed to sell on terms as ressonnble and nccommodntinp; as the law of self preservation will admit of. fiov. IS, I6J7 li,. - til NinV PHIi flOODN! O. TPrn GrlBSON Hkt oo. NUW oirur to their custumers and the public gener ally, an unuauutly largo stock of Staple nn (I Fancy Dry Goods, all of which have been carefully selected, and are ts- necliiliy nttapifd to the wants of tins market. Their stock of l.ntlira Irreftw (imitlwsurpiissany thing or the kind trwy nave ever onerta nr ante. They have nlo nn elefmnt a-jsortment Of Cloths, Casnlmcrs and Vcstlngs. Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, A very full assort in wit of every description of Iteuilyoirlarte Clolhiiifr "Also, a Urge lot of Hardware, Queens ware, Cutlery, Pamily Groceries, Splc, Ac. Our terms are favorable, and when you start out to purchase your Fall Good please frive us a call, ntid wt are coufideut an examination will verify what we have said. Oct 2 Uato Arrival, SEIXORN & IID1;NSEY'S Still In Hie 1 1? Id ami no 9II(ake ! HH VINO just received and opend a fresh auppty of 0OoiS, t which they invite the nttfiiition ot tlieif friends and oustomem. They deem it unnecessary to give n dulniled list of articles, and will content themselves with euntnerating it few of the loading ones, and flsMirii)? the jmldic tlint the balance-will he forth coin i tit; when culled for. For the fnoti in the face, just cnll over and examine for Your.ielvea. We have Fine Gold Kinjlith Lever, Pfttent Lever and Cylinder Wftlches; Fine Silver Fnylinh Lever, Pnlent Lever and Cylinder Witt che Hunting-case and Open Faced. unt iticiies; duplex .vntenei; Fine Gold Pens, of nil prices; Lttdiea Itrenat. Pins, and Ear Bohs and RinR, of .the Jntent patterns; (JulF Tins; Urncelets. d'C. In fact, we hnve the largest and bent assortment of Jewelry ever ollered ii tins ma rut i. Cotifcctlonarlca A good assorfment of Candies, Nuts, Hnl sons, Mi's, do. borne more ol those hue Cheese; Spteed Oyster, and rackera. FliNIS CUrJ.VI.NU TOI3ACCO. SEGA ltd, if all brands and qualities. loalcry dec Ladies Hose lamha' wool, worsted and cotton, of all colors and qualities; Children' and Misses tio.; Men s Jlall Hose, lainlia wool, worsted and cotton. Glove of all kinds, for both Ladies and Gentlemen. Musical fnttrnmentt. Aooordeons, FluHnne, Tremblers, Violins, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, Flageolets, to. Ptifumery. Perfumery for the llandker chief and Oils for the Hair. Combs and Brushes, all kinds. .. Port Mennaiea and Purses. Ount and Pitol. Colt's Repeaters, from 8 to 0 inch, 5 to 6 shooters; He vol vera, Self Cocking, and bingle Ban el Pistols; tihot Guns. A Largs Lot of Clocks Thirty Flour. Seven and Thirty I.ay Clocks, Spring and Weight. . Pepper. Spice, Oinger, ooda. Nails, Match es, a large lot of Toy, and thousands of other things too tedious to mention all of which will be sold low down. Nov 18 Committed to Jail, ' IX Washington, Rhea oo., Ten nessen, pa the '2d tlay of IsoveinUer, 1867, two NEGKO MRN, One says his name is Ken, and that he be lones to Nathaniel Ewintr, of Lee eounty, Virginia. Haid boy la about '20 years of aire, five leet eiiilit or nine inchee hiirh, and weighs about 160 Iba.; ,larkoolor. The oilier boy saya his name is John, and that he belongs to Jinnee bhelton, of Smyth county, Virginia. Said boy isalioul '26 veara old. about live leet len incites limn end weighs about 176 or 180 lbs., and dark oolor. Tha owners of said slaves are request ed to come forward, prove property, pay charges end take them away, or they will be dealt with as the law directs. , ELIJAH L. UUDD, Jailor, Nov. 18, 1867. if . ,477 firejT IIKCEIVKB Farter's Pain Pan- a m acaa; atars a muian i.r auu .uv iveniauy, an external amilieatioli lufaltble: Hacauuaand Hootch Snuff; Hay's Liniment; Arabian Liniment; Steel and HlltPans; Fully ana window uiass an tor sale ny march H - ' Wat. BURNS, Wheat and Flour. mUR subscribers have eomiilsted the most perfeci M. arrangement thai eaa bo made for the ! of w hsat aod nour, anq aunng tna ntnunnoer 01 wis year will devote tUttlr attention almost excluairely to the sale of these two articles, and they ean say to their patrons, with eertalaty, that tWy will realise as much net money by shipping here as to any market beyond Atlauta, and will do It with less risk sad In ohorter time. As to the peculiar advantage of our market everv one Is familiar who knows Its locality. We will accept $0 days bills an Wheat, payable hers or at augusta. lor inre lounni nw tmioc ut B,nipaica, acuomnanled be Kail Road receipts. We think it ad visable for shippers f Flour t draw most of their bills St 4A and SO days, as mare time Is required for the sal ef riour than for Wheal. Hf reference to. our weekly reviews of the marsei, puoiisnoa tn vne Tennessee pa ers, yoa oan always kuew aceurately what these artl. ohs are wortu. . siuw,iniwii siw., General Oomnilstlon Ueruhants, Atlaato. Oa., Aug T, IWT-tf Groeerlfg for Whfat 1HAVR a Ink f Sugar, Coffee, Bait, and Tobacco, wi.iuhl with to baster for Wheat. I wtl glv the market price for Wheat ana Sfu ureweriea m oncaw t if eticapett, yalyij J. H. MKNDKRfON. ' ' WITH , CLARK, HYDE & CO.,' 1 (jvcoimvrw so ooeeevH, ya cs utmrm,) DIRRCT IMfORTRRS OP ' t Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c. no. lw ajeatlng etraet, nearly oppoalta Obarlaatoa. Hotel, . . . , CIIARLKIirOK, 9. c : anaaT . n.Aa. ..tiaaoa nroa. ..ioaw t. ianaaaoa. oata-tMit CAMPBELL A BRIDGES, PRODtCI?atCOmillS)IOKI DKALERS, Knoxvllla. Tonn. A LL ordera will ba promptly attandad to and faith. J. K. . fully axecutad. July Hl-tr-tUl f . p. lowi. , i. a. mca. Lowe & Rice, Auction & Commission Merchants . An eVff.VrVH.f VHOOVCE lfEt.KK9t Corner of toed and Alabama streets, Atlttntttf 4eorg;la . ,Consignmenti solicited. - - (march 7-ly-444 ALU.M. VAUJdR W. O. ROB1RSOR. Vallaco & Robinson. General Commission Merchants, - ' AMD CBALBBam TENNESSKK PltODUCE, Atlanta, Oerxlat WILL give special attention to the salt of Bacon Lard, Flour, Whiakey, Tobacco, Ac. Con sign. mentsrespectfully lellclted. Prompt attention j iven to Caah orders. Agents for tht sale of 8 tear net k Marvin's Eire-Proof Safei. mar vo-iy-eLio A. R, BKARDStr WM. 1. FRAXCIMO. Bearden & Francisco P1IOD1CF, ANH COnitllallON HVCoroliaxitM, "III ILL tell on commission Bacon , Lard , flour, Corn, . Osts, Feathers, and Tennessee Produce gener ally. Persons shipping to us oan rely upon prompt returns, ftrto Merchants and Cltlsensof Knoxvllle; Mor gan A Co., Jo. Kdwnrds, Jas. C. Luttrell, Comptroller, Nashville; T. J. uampneii, uieveianut nicnarn u.jrcr son. Athens: Lone A Rmith. Richard B. Campbell, Hen. Chandler A Co., Chattanooga. Feb 9u-tf-43fl J. T. A WM. H. W00TT0N, (8uci9or to Wootton A IlotUnmy,) Commission Merchants, Cotton Avenu MACON OA., WILL pay strict attention to all consignments from Northern Uenrgia anil Tennessee. And If prompt returns deserve any credit they hope to share a portion, at least, of the public patroimgo. Liberal advances made on goods In store, if desired. Urn T. WOfiTTn WILLIAM fl. WOOTTOX. march 2T-ly-444 John L. M. French & Co., CEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ( HtTriSOOBA, IBM. march 6-tl-Ml P. D. GATES, PRODUCT Af COtl.niSSIOIV Meroliant! No. 12 Broadway NcwYork "W"RALKR In Agricultural Implements and Machine I W ry. Sole Agent for the sale of Wheeler, Melk-k A (Jo's Horse Powers and Threshers; Combined Thresh ers and Winnowers and other machines, In Kant Ten nessee. Also, General Agent for their snle In the South ern Htates. Orders promptly executed for any kind of Machinery or Merchandise. Cousiguioentssollcited of all kinds of Southern Produce. Jun ItMy-434 Robertson, Hudson A Pulliani, IMNIRTSRS AND JORBIRS Of D R T G- 0 0 13 rat, No. 29 Murray and M Warren streets. New Vork. mrif abd a. ROmaTBOH, aoHKRT v. pulliam, CHiaLBS C. lll'tWON, WILLIAM D. RANKIN, Of Virginia: Of S. Carolina. PLKAMAST M. rRAIAMIUtS, 1 urou N'n. m'ki.bath, Of TnnMe, joiim a. CRAI(JILM, ) Aug 'JlMy-414 HYATT, McBURXEY & CO., . DIRECT IMP0RTKR8 AMD WHOLKSAL DKALKRH IN Foreign & DomesticDryGoods,; No. 8T llayne street, C'lanrlcalou. S. C, a. nrirr, wsi. niwKi.TiNB,,...acot;sTiso wtlv, WU. M'm-HNKY... .A. 1 OlU.WI'IS CUAS,ruSrBU. Juiio0-ly-4t3 'HARDWARE. C UKT HY, Ti:N KXTJk CO., oineoT luroRTKaa or Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Ac, No. 85 IIatn aTnsET, C 11 A R L E S T O A', S. C. WILLIAM 0. UOURTNKY. OILUgUT B TKNNANT. JAMES B. KVAMS. June 17. '63 tf 247 GILLILANDS, HO WEL & 0., niREOT IMfORTICKH A UBALKRS IN Foreign and Doiuesllc Dry Goods No. 88 Ilfiyne street, cii.iiti.hsrojy , , 4; N.B. Bolting Cloths always on band. Wat, l, OILLILAND, BII1NEV S. IIOWKLL. W. n. OILLILAND. . JAMBS OILLILAND JAMIWH. N10IIOLS. Oct. SI. 1881 tf 18 J. A. A N 8 LEY, OENKRAL Coivavnlwaiore nnal Prorlnce rnTereliant Office on Broad street, opposite Union Bank, AuKusita, Ga-. WII.T, frlve prompt and persnnnl attention to tha sale of liacdn, Lard, Grain, .Flour, Cotton, and all articles of Merchandise conaitrned to him. Alao, to the forwarding or Goode for the Interior and Northern murketa at the customary rates. Llberul Advances, ei ther in cn.li or hy acceptances, made on articles In store or when bill, or hiding acrompany drafts. HKrKBKNcas: linker, Wilcox AUo.t si. A n. Wilkinson: C. FHroo, "CnHliier," Auauata, Ga. Hand. Willinms A Wilcox: Thos. Trout A Co., Cliarle.ton.-8. O. Wm. Dun- can; Paddelford, Fny A Co.; P. T. Willis, Savannah, Ga. uinraes. Unmet! A Co., New York. J. C. Wilson A Co.: D. Stuarl A tlon, llslllmore. Wood A Low, New Orleans. B. Welhorn, Dalton, Ga. Grenville A Baniule. Chat- snooea, Tenn. Bearden, Son A Co., Knoxvllle. Tenn. ft. R. Reeder, Athena, Tenn. W. Bbspaeri A Co.; Berry A Denieville, Naabville, Tenn. Nov. , '64 If SIS ,m O. 3Et O BX3SO 1ST- (Of Tnw,) 9 WESSON & COX, H AH UPACTUaKBB AMD WHOLR8AL1 DRALSRB IN soots ana shoes No. 16 Ooiirllanil street, (near Broadway,) tuwMHRMD cox. I May 16-iy-401 WATftOH M.OOOKB, :: afABPRR X. SAILRT, tUMCRL 0. OnODBHALL, tOUKE, I5AII.KV Si 10., WnOLRSALB DRALRRR l 13 O O T 3m XX OBS llal I spot noiinels 4L'C JTo. 4, elouLh Md 1'uhlio .ViHifs, 1W.NIIVIIjI(Rv TEItlli kRDRR8 carefully ailed, and goods promptly for w waraca. Dec 13-ly-4'i9 XV. E. II ALL, Jit. D.s ATllKSa, TKNN, -m-KTILL give his attention to the practice of Medl- V iue. utnos south oi tha jlrldgc, January SO, 1067. SB M. R. MAY, M. D., SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, ATHENS, TENN.,' RESPECTFULLY tendera his professional services to the public. . , Jan. 14. 1 S2 DR. J. L. ATLEE, ? Plxysslolaw-xa, , Surieon, A (bens, Xesisa., WvrrLL give his entire attention to the practice of . w w aieuioine. umoo as las re,aeue oi in. lata Vl. atelth. . (eugt H. K. DODSOV, D. D.S., 0 vs. r boo ml Doatlat, - Ones corner of Oooaa sad Uaadow atraata, Clewelsind. Team. ' ' Denial MsUrlal for sale. IMsyMI-i60 x m kt i . i is i 3Ei. -sr. - -(J. 4. JORDAN, . 7 ; " ! vENTIU'r, t- . TINDiRS his savrlcas to tha nubile tn all las v. rloaa branches of bla professloa. VstraalluiTaatlitltaach, - , . Tha cash u oon.ldarad due, la Arery laslsaee, when tha work 1. duos. - . - Oraca awe 4er tfertk sf Iha Mara ol she lata t. Boyd, sa. . , . ' July &-f-reSM W. D. A R. COLLIN'S, Associate Traveling Dentists Address, .' sulphur Spring' JulyllVtfJ Hheia osjsafr Tn. w7n;BRIANT, , Athens Tenta.t "IILL attend promptly to tha coTlectfng and securing " of claims, and will give his undivided attention to all huanet entrusted to hi Care, la McMInn and tht surrounding count! ee . July 17-tf-MO J. L. IIAYSy A. ttOrxiey aa, t Xji ' lllwaMtea) Copper mineej, ' V oounty, Ttn,, attend all the Conrto of tha Third Jndlclnl " Circuit. - ; may it ly 168 ? J. N. DUNN, ' A. ttorney a t Xj ca, 'car, June 10 C'lna-olitnd, Tnnn. (lra-7 c. b."neal, A. t to r n o y At Xa era. rf itlfadlnanwlllai, Tctnn.t tTTT.T.Tiractleo In tha. Court, of Monroe, McMInn, ' Blount and Polk. may 1&-IMS1 oan. aanw!, . . a. coot a, hladUtoMill, Trnn. Atktnm, Tann. BROWN A C00KK. Attorneys At Tjaw AND WILL practioeln the Chancery and Circuit Courts In the counties if Monroe, McMInn, Polk, Brad ley, Meigs, Roane and Blonnt.and In the "unrrme and Federal Courts at Knoxvfllt. Jan 38-tf-4fl6 WILLfE L0WRY, Jana-tf AlVuTrnn. " 71 frirT s. hale, A. ttorney t Zj wt Atlieim. T'ciiii. Offlce op sUIrs In the Oourt-houee. sept lt-ly-41 JAiaNxT7ALbEll Attoruoya n. t Xaa-ascrf Athcua, retin. auLVna p. jjtaitAaia April lu-tr-ua A.OALHWBJ.U GEO. W. BRIDGES . ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. . ' I)RACTICE3in the different counties 00m posing the Third Judicial Cirouit will attend to the eolleoting andeeotiringofolaimi and will give his undivided attention to all businessentrnsted to hisoare. March 2. 1849 tf ' 28 HUMPHREYS HOUSE, Kmoivillo, Venn. II. JI I' .VI I' II It K Y M nA8 leseed for a term of years the Urxe new 1 Uulldina; Just completed for a Hotel, situ Brick itUfttPfl witliin a few yards of tlie Pansenfer IMatfurm, fronting the Uepotsof both the Kwt Tennessee and Georgia and Kast Tnin;ssec and VirRfnia It nit Roads, about the same distauce from each and much nearer and more con venient to the Itnad than any other Hotel, besides a saving of Hack or Omnibus hire. Poaxeiiffers who wish to take the fftairo for Mont vale Pprfi.fr, or to Kentucky, by way of Clinton, will be call ed for promptly, every departure for either place, by the Stapes. The Proprietor dns not think It necessary to sny he has kept a Public Houne any where, as sometimes old doc u mi-nta are daiifteroiis things. He Is determined on in uk in this a comfortable House for those who may Klve him a call. jUy l-tf-wa PIiO YU II OTTS 33, Uli-.ron, tin. THIS House la now open for tha aeeommoilatlnn of Hie trivelinK public, and partleularly for those bavlng business lo transact in Macon, as it is central. II. P. IIKIllllXtl, Proprietor, inarch sT-tf-Ui B. V. DK.VSS, Superintend'!. XJ 3XT X O 3T II OTTS33. Formtrlf Itaii Road Ifouss,) Atlionat Tenri.e 33 y ja. z. G-iiaTo yarHK proprietor respectfully announces to the puhlie M. thtit he has recently relltteil and refurnished the above House, and that lie will use his utmost endeavor to make it the traveler's home. His table will ba sup plied with the beat the country affords. He hopes hy mirmltux nttomloa to comfort of hie guests to nterit nd reete a liberal. tiara or patrouaae. Jftu-Jfj-if-8s uinTin ij) holm;, V ALTOS, OA. 'piIF. underalimed takes this method of Informing the B traveling public and others wishing board or lodg lug,that helms pnrclliieed thelarge White House, known ae the "Whitfield House," formerly occupied by K. H. saeseen, and is now in charge of the same and prepnreil to accommodate all who mav cull noon him. Hi. tahl in ue mrnisiien wan tue best that Hie market nffords. April o-iy-HO M.O.MARTIN. 33X30jVTTJXX IIOTHIi, IMIK subacriber haa taken this House, Decntur, Ten I neasee, formerly kept bv Mr. Llllaril. and rsni.ct. fully anlicita a share or the public custom. He assures the public that he will keep the right sorl of a house that his tabls will he supplied with the heat the country affurds.hls stable well supplied with provender. and that every euori win oe mane on nis part 10 render nil com rorianie who inny can. 11 lur, 11, LUITIIELL. march 6. IBT-tf-44l 33TXTO3-33S HOTJSXI. rilll H above named Houae, situated within a short JL distance of the Athena Depot, la now open for the reception of travelera. I'eraoua traveling on the Gaat Tennes.ee and Georgia Hull Road, and atnpping at Athens, will And this House more conveniently sllusted than any other. The subacriber pledgee himaelf lo ua. hla utmost exertions to give sstl. fact ion and to render comfortable all who may favor him with their pntron. age, Ainene, uecia-ti-tauj JAH.S. llKIDUKg. la 33 XJ 1" -yS II OTEI i.ii o. Ti:i.i. TIIIB well known House has been newly filled up with bedding, furniture, Ac. Theuiidi-r.lgncd haslakeu chsrge of It, and in anonimoiiig himself for the public patronage asks '-the tree to be tested by Its fruit," and pieuges nign.eii, oy an assmuous attention and a due regard for the comfort and tnstes of his guests, Ihey ahall be cared for and furnished with the best the coun try affords. Ha haa also connected with the house tha large atable, aheda and lot, of Measrs, Taylor, Brldgea A Co., snd will ha prepared In thnt line. janii-st-asi nil. si. alkxandkr, Proprietor. SI (.AH, Coffee, Loverlng'a Fine Oolden Svrup (the heat that la made In the world,) Hlee, Soda, Starch, Manilla Rope, Pepper, gplca snd (linger, Just received ana for sale by (Octal) o. W. RUSS. SAI'HAGR Itleat Culture. 1 have Just ra celred a large lot of Nos. '1,8, snd 6, and will sell them eheap forcasb. Those wishing; ibem will do well to give me a call. Oct2a Q. W. UOSS. : Valuable Farm for Sale. RIO ACRES of Land, lying seven and a half S K a miles from Athens, and Ave miles fromChil nowee Hprings about 00 acres In cultivation, lies well, soil mostly very good, two or three moat excellent Hprlnga, tolerable itouaea and Burn, uncleared land well tlaibereil, ana aou good. I will take pleasure in showing the premises to any one wishing to purchase. One-third purchase money to be paid down terms as ta balanoa will be naVl-i easy, 1. M. HENDERSON. Athens, Tenn., July 10.JH8T tf lf Threshers. IWOUDD Inform persons wasting Threshers that I have several different styles of llorae Powers, such as 1 think equal, If uot superior, to any In the country. Persons wishing any thig of ths kind will eall at Iha Athens Four dry where the maehinea oan be seen. There is a gf eat saving ta o?raone purchasing where tney caui, a, me nse oi tne pa.terne in caee any paes of th. raaPai a should break. Call and see. Priori moderate. Jan 6-tf 0. ZIMMERMAN. Wheat Wanted. THK subscriber wishs, a larsje quantity af food Merchantable Wheat, for which he will pay the nignesl market pries. fJulylOJ . K. ItEEUKK. -4 it BBIA. KING'S SALT, for sale by A 9 f July (0 J. M. HKNDER80N, Agents -Wanted I One A (rent Is wantsd . ' -eSa-T A.mXXlTVm. To outka sale of OROVKK aV BAKE It . Family - Sewing Machines, This Is' the ouly Sewing Machine aver laventod te niuy answer tne purtrose ior general uunliy use. For particulars, aadresa 0 NAHHV1LLK 8KW1NG UA0H1NB 00., 0ct-8Di . Ho. 4 Public B-iuaro, SatMOU Hard Timeg Come at Last ! nUTIam just veceJviitg tny Fll tUC Winter Stook. o SlrOfatSH- antl sal in Uiein off elieau. I ara taking the papor of all the Free Banks, ana nearly all f the Slook Banks, at par, for Goods. Those holding muj oi wuma ao veu u gira ma s can soon, tr tney vuu wtwiMM, - at J UB.Ua V. tJDB - Hiwassee College, MsHtras ro.. Teuis. CSTTDATION.IiMli. eoontry.SX sallss from Madi as aonvuie. racohsv i,ev. a. 11. aruaer, A. as. rree 1, wan,-, a. uuu, asq., a , Vlca Prss'li Tulov, Tuition Sill. Board SI ,M la M. volumes In Librarlea liM. Sludonts last year 100. Larfe new ejoarmni naus. foiaa up. ran sssaaaa will asslu nap. laiusar I. (may l-lf-MI J.f. Ktr.Ses'y. Thai Serrot lutlnnllle. of I YOUTH AND MATURITY, not PnblUhti, OralU, (As MIA Mowanni. I rWworda.n the satlotial treatmant, without bieiTicim, of flpermatorrhea or Local Waabne.a, urnol KrafiHhmi. Oenllal and Harvona Debility, Prematura Pacsy of Iba System, Impotanoy, bad lnt I padimanta to Marnaa. aenefaiiy.by ', n. urn ran.ii ai. if. i rSSS. J2 SLV2JE2 HTJSH annth. nt.w h. ...llv ramov.il WJTHdflf MKD1GINH. is In this email tract clearly drtnonetratedl and the en tirely new and hlahly stieceeaful treatment, as adopted by the Anthor, fully explained, by means of whlek every ana Is enabled to cure IIIMHKLP perfectly and at Iha least possible coat, thereby avoiding all tha advertised nostrums af Iha day. Sent to anv addreaa. eratla and neat free, tn a sealed envelope, hy retnlttlne two posUfre stampa to Dt. DI .a.at, ii Mspenara street, new lora. Oot ly 4T9 Wv rrtca reduced to a,oti' -Jast.recelved and f,r sale by AugS8 U. W. IIOSB. XlUDUOjaD Through Rates of Freight From NASH VIM, E la KIHOXV1LLE, AND STATHINS ON TUB J?ol Ttnnttttt and Star fin Rail Road. SUGAR, Coffee,' Molassee (in barrels,) Tubaooo (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oil. (in barrels,) Copperas, Rope and ', Cordage, Fish, Choose, Snap, Star and Tallow Candles, White Lead, Bar Lead (in kege and boxes,) I'ig Lend and Shot (in kegs.) Liquors (in barrela and easks,) Crockery Ware (in crates and oasks,) per 100 lbs., 50c No article entitled to this rat exoept those speoihed above. Shot and Lead in bundle, and bottled Liquors will be charged the regular local rates of each Road. All Ooods from the Western oitiel and New Orleans, for Knoxvllla end rttntione on the East Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road, will t, fn.aH.il.jl fi-n. nt ."li. m i.ainn r h.n Ann. signed to the Agent of the Nashville and nbnltannnira Rnil Rtiail. at Naalivilla. Hrav- I age only oharged, which has been oontraeted for at 75 cents tier ton of 2000 lbs. Every package must have the name of tha Stationsol delivery plainly marked on it. - lloada will not be responsible lor ordtnaav leakuee of Linuora, Oils or Molasses, and will only pay for defioienoy of eontenta when ."J V J , . , I backatrea show marks of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamers and Dray aire will be mailed to consisneet from Nash' villa, showing, also, the time of arrival and departure of the goods. H, u jauivnuri.oop East Tennessee 4 Georgia Rail Road, March , Ml-tf-ltl Fair Warning. WJ Kit SON'S Indebted to as for Roods bought previous to the I st or last J anuary win do well to can ana pay up by the 1st of October as we win wait no longer. do look out. u. nvniun. Beptember 4 1B57. FOUTBS. flMlE subscriber is now receiving a new 1 stock of ELEGANT PIANOS from the oldest and most responsible manufactories of the north, among which arc 7 octave Plain Center Pianos ; 7 " Carved " 7 " Hnlfoarved" " 6 " Plain, 2 round corners; i " Plain. " " " 7 Grand Piano, very heavy toned. - Also, the Bndoir Piano. Also, the oelebrated Corrugated Sounding Board, of Bnardman, Gray it Co., which arc bocoming so vastly popular ill Europe aa well as America, ; 1 , All I'ianos warrnnled vo give satisfaction, or no snle. Also, just received, a lnrire seleotion of Pono .Ifiisic Ronas. Polkas. Waltzes, Varia tions, ve.,A-o.; Guitars and Strings; superior Mulodians; Hurmoniums; 1'iano btoole and Covers, Pianos tuned and repaired. The subscriber refers to gentlemen who have purchased of him, throughout East Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. These instiuments are for sale at Athens and Chattanooga. 11. G. COOKE. Dec 8, 18S-t 1-4-28 BOO 33 IT a lie las, Pennsylvania Clover Seed. A 8 the season of the year for sowing Clover Beed 2-VA (and the best or all other, lor securing a sure and heavy aland) la now at hand, we offer a rare chance for aeourlna an article that will give satisfaction. We re commend this lot of Seed particularly lo the farmers of Swrirnter valley. Send on your orders and we will send yon the Beed, u amino nno jren. trisb or mli rww. Kuoxvllle.Bcpt. 11,1667. OAUT A MiFHERBON Threshers ! WOULD Just Inform all who wish ta hoy Threshers for the coming sesson thatthey should call and give In their orders, as It is time Ibev were going on, and that I am prepared to make s favorable arragement with an wno wian to ouy. o. a, nccucn, Athens, Jan.", '67-lf ATHENS FOUNDRY AND 3VXao13.1xi.o work. . THlil subscriber would respectfully nn- JL nounce to the citizens of Athens and the public generally, that he is now in operation ana prepared to do O A. m I3STG- of every description In his line, and would therefore solicit orders from all those who may want anything or tne kind. He is now casting ana nas ior aaie au ferent sizee of the Globe,, or Air-tight Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various sites ol Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber, Office and Shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waffle Irons; Ploughs, right and left hand. Also, the Kilgors Spiral or Incline Water Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou sand feet per day. 411 kinds of 3VC AOHINBnT fitted up in tbe best and most durable manner, and upon short notice. Also, iron uau in oi everv aescrinuon. He is also prepared to do all kinds of Hrassoasting. The highest Cash price will be paid for OLD COPPER. C. ZIMMERMAN. P. S. There is connected with tha Works an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons wishing castings ean hara patterns mnde to order. Athens, Tenn., July IB, 185 tf 408 Valuable Property for Sale. T AM offering: for sale my home place a J. wary desirable property consisting of atinut 80 acres of oiioioe Land, in gooa con dition on which there are a comfortable and roomv Dwelling: House, Kitohen, Smoke-house, good "Barn and Stables, Ac, and a aeleotion of ol.oioa laanrinir Fruit Trees. Also, leOfiores of Land, situate in the West side of McMinn county; an unimproved Lot In tha town or Charleston, Bran icy oounty, adioinina the Rail Aoad Depot Lot; and number of unimproved Lots situate between the town of Athsnssnd the Rail. Road Depot. Terms to bs agreed upon. , A. D.KEYES.. Athens. Jan 1, 185- tf-484 HE1HOVAL. Saddle, Bridle and Harness MAry-US'AOTOIlY. Wttt Bia of tkt Public Bauur. THIeubseribar would retttra his sincere thanks se ths pubUe sanaraily for the vary liberal patron age aa haa racelved,and hoiias by strict attaolloa to bualn.es to merit a oonllnuauce of tha aame. He has Just returned from Philadelphia with a food stock of aiateriale, which anabblas him to manufacture any article tn bis tins wito prorapansss ana aeepeten. Ilna-sklns for seallna. Enamelled Leather of ail eolors, fad dklus, Bridle Bits, Stirrup Irons, and varlousothsr artlvlss. for sale low down for .ash. Us kssps eonsUntly on band a f oow aoaertaaent ef Saddles, urtaiss, waips,ao. riaass can asiors purcbas ins alsswbsr,.a the fossae, betwa Oibson's sod iioyd-e stores. suwis a. kti.sk. Athsus, April 11 ,lsM-lf-94 ' Mawf firm anil NOW flnnnfl' Tt, vTrne .l a t . " .',' ' , va..w.a, A RE raeeiving and dpenlng, In their large an-,, tin,,., nn. nf tha laroaat , . . , i .r and best Mleeted eiooki of rail Bam wimer uaaa. r oP.B.d in K.t T.nn..fc The ..aort- ment la oomplete, tmhraeing every thing tbe people neen in tne way ol PRY GOODS, OROVRRIKB, ' QVEMiSWARg. HARDWARE, V9TLKRY, JROff, 8TREL, PAINTS, a OILS. At.. At. The doode were bonp-ht low, having had the advantage of the great pressure in the Kear York monev maraei. anu 01 .u.irs. u will b told tbe same way. CaH and ae for roureelvea. Oot 9-tf-472 i , i . Notice. Till nndaralrned lake thla melhail to Inform their Tennes.e. friends that thev will recelv. for the i present sn Tennessee nana notes In payment of debta I at tha followlne rate, t I State, Planters' and Union Banks af X par cent. dlse. inana vnstuinonaa ana rree nnnss, (exceptlna Trentoo, Naahvllla and River) 9 ' " Ocoee Bank bills, " IWM, HAND A ANSLEY, Aiifusta, Oct 99, laM-dT CMItKla Celebrated Flouring IvXill. GRINDING) and Bolting at a tingle opera tion. S -inoh Stone Price 780 will turn out $0 bbls. per day. 8ft inch Stone rnce f 71111 win turn out 40 bblt. per day. This Mill is the cheapest, most nniule. du rable and eumpojabt requiriuai leao power, mmm attention, and makes a larger yield anal bet ter quaiKj riour. toin any omer in nse or 'or salt. Mills can be seen running at Kings- loD' We also manufacture a verv snnerinr Corn and Feed Mill npon the same principle If any man will furnish me the power so that 1 can rnn a 19 inch pulley 860 timea a mlnnte, with 8 inch band, I will put nn the Mill and rnn it 80 days if he will furnish me m,,,ch Wheat ae I can grind In that time, at AI nor hliahal anrl lair. h Pl. ., A r.. at (1 per bushel and take the Flour at per barrel, I will irive him the Mill for th. net profits, after paying for the Wheat and all the expenses of running, and leave thelill in as Kuvu ,c(, , an n, .no UCKI lin inw. Kinmton, Ttnn, References as to reaponiibilitv : Athens. Chattanooga, and Kingston. tSPTbe above Mills can aleobe purchased of C. L. KING. Ricnille. Tenn. Jan-1, 18S7-ly-484 Rates of Through Freight raoM Charleston, Sarnnnah, Ansrnslm stnd .'H,UU, TO KNOXVII.IE, AND ALL Tn STATIONS ON THK Batt Temnme AT Georgia Hntl Road. PI KSTt!LAS8 ' Piano Fortes, books, Utatlonery, Boots,1 Shoes, H.u, Jsiquors, uni, o., (tn ooiiiei,! irftinrmtne ana cpinii mr- enenilns (In barrel ,) Carpeting, China, uiaafl nna uiatfwitretUiKariiin caH, Clocki. Con rectionarien.Cotton Cardi. Caki and Boxei, Dry Uooila (In box es and bales,) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Peeds, Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, (at owner's risk,) Oys ters (In cans and Jars.) Saddlery. Tin and Britannia Ware.Twas and Spices, Georala and South Carolina Domes tica per luO lbs t,lo,JI T6 Hardware, exept such. as specified In Drst and third c Asses. LotTee Mills. MuUsses, Machinery, Foreign Liquors (In barrels and pipes,) Tobacco (In boxes,) Leather (in rolls and boxes,) Oils (in barrels and casks,) Crockery anil Quwdw J( t'rutcn anJ catki,) Rice. WhitlntT. Plaster), gtiittt Brass and Copper per 1u lbs 1,00 751 TO TltillU CbAS. Axes, Sugar, Shovels, fliades, Sad Irons, Pig and Bar Iron, Zino and Tin (in plgp.) Tin Plate, Anvils, Vices, Nails, Casks of Ctminfl and Hoes, Manilla and Cotton Cordage, Cement, Coffee, Heavy Castings, Mill Gearing, Rail Road Wheels and Axles, Chairs and1 Snlkes. and Rosin (In barrel) ter 100 lb 80 60 M SPECIAL RATES. Furniture and Carriages (hoxed,) and otner ngnt articles uoi enumerated also. Carboy 8 of Acids or other Chen.' ir-als, will be charged by aotual weight, hut at double first class rates ner, 100 lbs 9,80! 165, lS Sin irle Packages of 100 Bounds and under, will bs charged 25 cents on each Road. Articles not enumerated In the above rates will be subject to classification by the Agent at the polut of shipment. Overeharat to be promptly settled by Agent deliv ering the goods. Damages to be settled bv Superintendent Transpor tation of this Road, and no appeal from his decision on the part of connecting Roads. in cases oi iitigaiea a am ages, eacn noaa emmeu to charire local rates from point of shipment to destination. Goods must ba well and securely put up and plainly marked with name of consignee, destination, and Depot of dellverv. This Through Rite does not affect tha Local Rates of Sd February. 1&T. Through Rates on specified articles from Nash vine, as published 4th March, ioot, is oonnrmea ana contin ued. , Ample notice will be given or any contemplated ad Vance on the above rates. Ji. jautvpun, Rup't Trans. East Tenn. k Ga. Hail Road. Knoxvllle, June 1st, l&7-tf-44 . fJAPFM HA'Vf.lNfiS.-A Urge lot, suitable M. for nails, Afrior,c.,iorsaie. UCt 1U, DO UOKYVEin UllsLboriBi CALDWELL COLLEGE, ItogeravUlef Tenn THE Second Session of this Institution will commence the first Wednesday of September. Although Cald well College Is but in its Infancy, It Is the inteution aud determination of the Trustees and Faculty that It ahull be conducted upon sucn principles as to commend it to the friends of thorouak education, and shall render It, in point or aavanu'ics, seconu to no institution in tne South or Southwwesl. kogersvllle already enjoys an enviable reputation for Its educational advantages, and it is tha deter mi na tion of the friend i of education, who have embarked In thla enterprise, that the work so auspiciously begun shall be carried forward, and that our sohools shall be of such a character as to command the respect, con fir dence and patronage of a discriminating public. The institution is unuer tne rresmeiicy or itev. a. h. DARHIICLL, P. D., a gentleman of finished scholarship and large experience as an instructor of youth; a gen tleman who is extensively known as one of the most eloquent divines of tha South. He wdl be aided by an able Faculty. Looatiom. nogersvilte Is a thriving village, and (n a country noted for its healthful climate and fcs varied anu picturesque oeauty woui fourteen uuies irora Bull's Gap, on the K. T. and Va. Railroad, the point at which the Rogers v ill e and Jefferson Railroad will inter sect said road. It Is now connected with the Railroad by dally hack, so that there will be no difficulty in reaching It. The Branch Hull read is now under eon- tract and win ne pusneu rorwara witn energy. BOaaSDixo. Boarding ean be had In the best families of the village, so that while ahient from home the stu dent will not be deprived of the amenities of domestic association. Students upon their arrival In tha village will, upon application to J.G. Mitchell, Treasurer, or J. W Rogan, Secretary, Jm aided In securing boarding bouses. KXPKNSE8. Tuition, per term of twenty weeks , $80 Board, tnclttding lodging, fuel, lights. 83 ner week.. 40 Washing, ptr doaeu,87)i ots., or b per term fi Janitor and .'nt'rtal, per term tt Library, Ordinary Repairs, Ao ..... , 4 Total, Fall Session " Bprftig Session. Total for the year.. 144 For further particulars reference Is made to the Cata logue of last Session, whloh will be forwarded to auy one applying to the undersigned. JAS. W. ROGAN. Sec'y Board Trustees. AuffSl,18Mm466 - McEwen & Gillespie HAVE reeelvad and opened their relf and Wlnt ( Goods, snd respsolfutly an Vila attention 1. the October 6, 60 , . Farm for Sale. THEsubseriber desires to sell her Farm, to the neighborhood of Athens. It is situ ate on the road leading to Btnton, about two miles from the Athens Depot, snd contains some 400 sores, a portion of it under improve moot, snd the balanee ts well timbered, aud ll well adapted to eultivatioo. There are sev eral Hprioffs of good waWr on the Farm, and Eleotv of Fruit Trees. Also, a eomfi rtable 'welling House. Negro Houses, dto. Persons desiring to purchase ean obtain a bargain. NAVCY BRADV&RD. ' Atheue, March 10, Uo7tf-4! . , Behold and Wonder I 1 rpHP subscribers would respectfully an X Bounce to all the world, that they ara " now reoslvlnf from New York and Philadel phia, ona of the largest, best eeleeted, and ' most fashionable stocks of Spring and Summer Goods I, aver offered In this market, Ilavlnr mads their pnrcl sees with great care, and upon the) 1 Dcst terms, tney .eel eauensa mat Jwy ears sell Ooods aa low ae they ean bs f Sght icy ' East Tennessee, Their motto is, tol ill Good CHEAP, and make mosey by sellinl'.hs mora- of them. They will keep eoTislantron hand1 every thing that la usually kept, and mors too. Their stock consists, in part, of LADIES DRESS OOODS! sneh as Silks, Bersges, Brilliants, Lawns, Jac onets, Muslins, Ginghams, Swiss Mull, Dotted Swiss, Black Silks, Argentines, Prints of all Prices and styles, Ladies Crinolines and Braes loops, new styles, Laeee, Ribbons, Dree Trimmings, Collars, Bonnets, saw and bemj tifnl. Misses Hate and Gipsies, Rouchss; Hats of all kinds Leghorn, Straw, Fas' and b'.-xonv; Cloths, Cseaimers, Cottonadev Farmers' Di'.'ils, Bleached and Urowa Domes tics, ill widths; Tifkinge, Italian ClotlisvHsuV it Cloth, Vcatirjgs, , . . READ Y-MA DX CLOTHING i something new, Grass and Silk Coats, Maf seilles and Satin Veete, Ae. Hardware and Cutlery, Guns, Spades, Shov els, Forks snd Axes. Also, the beet Scythe)' Blades In America; Queensware, China and Glassware, all kinds; Books and Stationery. A large stock of Gold Jewelry, such as Breast Pins, Ear Drops, Rings, etc., at low prices. We aak you to corns and sea our Goode, and wa feel cure ion will ear they are eheap and buy them. W. G. UOKTON A CO. April 1 New Goods for the Million ! A.. OJLsX3.am.0-XI oo. Y7 OULD respectfully call the attention of TV the people tothseplendid assortment of Spring and Snnimer Goods, Just rcoeived, at their new Briok Corner with Iron Front, which were purchased on tha best terms, and ara now offered at as low rates as auch Goods oan bs purchased any where in the State For th LADIES, they have tha latest tylea of Dress Goode, Trimmings. Muslins. Prints, Linens, Lsces, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and Glovca. Also, Me Bonnets and Trimmings. A large atook of GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, such aa Cloths, Cassimers, Satinets, V eatings, Tweeds, Drillings, Ac, Av. READY-MADE UWilUNU, lints, boots and ajioes. . Umgsand Medioinea, 1'aints and Dye-stuffs, Hardware. Cutlerv and Oueenawnra. rirna. ries, Iron, Steel, Nails and Cnstings,.besidca every other article usually kept in retail Stores. Give them a call. Thev consider it no trouble to ehow Goods. They ara deter mined not to ba undersold. t'9 All kinds of Country Produce taken n exchange for Goods. May i 89 Schenectady Agricultural Works St AnUPACTURR mrnovED railway horse powers, intti'-siicua iinu ski-akmukm, 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 Horse Powers and Threshing Machines, feel confident, from past experience, and ths nu merous testimonials they ara receiving from an parts oi ma country of ins superiority or their machines, that they can give satisfao tion to all who may favor them with orders. Our Horse Powers are made etrong, and so. gesred thst it requires tha team to travel only about 1 miles per hour to thresh dry grain, thereby malting it auitable to work either horses or cattle on them. Our Threshers and Threshers aud Winnow ers are so constructed as to discharge all the grain and dust through the maohine, 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 mora' "a pericctly than can he ddhe In any other way. -ine separator Ku:aie) bae a fork stra shaksr, which shakes the grain out of tL 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. O. WESTINGHOUSE & CO. iy These maohinee will be for aala in Athene as soon as they can he brought out by steamer. S. K. REEDER, Agent. .April 8, IHO-tl-MO Cedar Grove High School, NINTH S Eh MOW . Cnmmsncina Monday. April 6M. 185T. TnE Trustees have completed their arrangements with Mr. H.li. Hsvwood to taka charge of this School for the two sessions next ensuing. The School isiocateain a pleasant and neaitntui neighborhood ..four niilesSouth-eaetof Charleston, Bradley ce.,TtBa. ' RaUsof Tuition, psr Station j 1st Class Orthography, Reading, Pen man ship, Pri mary Geography, and Mental Arithmetic $8 Id Class Arithmetic, Ancient and Modern Geogra phy, English Grammar and Modern History 8d Clflni Algebra, Geometry, Surveying, Analyti cal Ueomelry, Astronomy, Higher Mathematics, ' Physiology, Latin, Greek and French Languages,. .11 Contingent fee M cts. No student will be received for a less term than one half session, and no deduction made for lost time ex cept !u cases of protracted sickness. Board is SO ots. per day, Jona Mir, , I A. J. Cite, VTrustets. March 8T-tf-4ST Jon HawaiaaT, A. hens lls7,ctJi.xiciry-. nAVING engaged the services of Mr. F.M- KiLeeai, who Is authorised to receive orders and transact all business appertaining to the Foundry, any persen wanting information In regard to Machinery, Ac, will be attended to by calling at the Foundry. Athens, July 11, 186s-tf-407 0. ZIMMERMAN. Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. TO all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases, sack as Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Impotence Gonorrhoea, (Meet, Syphilis, the Vies of Onanism, er Self Abuse, Ac, Ac. The Howard Association, In view af the aw hi I destruc tion of human life, caused by Sexual Diseases, and tbe deceptions practised upon the unfortunate victims ef such sliseasus hy Q'lacks, have directed their Coaattlt Ing Surgeon, as a chnritabl aot worthy of their niait, to give Medical advice gratis, te all persons thus af flicted, who apply by Utter, with a description of thei condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, Ae.,) and In cases ofexrteine poverty andsulTerinf , to furnish aledl olnea free of charge. The Howard Association Is a benevolent Institution,, established by special endowment, for tbe relief of the sick and distressed, afflicted with "Virulent and IpU demlc Diseases." It has now a surplus of means, which, the Directors have voted to expend In advertising th . above notice. It Is needless to add that the Associa tion commands the highest Medical skill ef the age, and will furnish the most approved modern treat me nta Just published, by the Awoelatien, a Report en Spes matorrtuea, or Bemlaal Weakness, tha vice ef On an ton t Masturbation or Self Abuse, and other diseases tf tha Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will be sent by mall, (In a sealed envelope,) free ef charge n tbe receipt of two stamps for postage. Address, Dr.GKO. R. CALHOUN, Consulttng8orgAS Howard Association, No. South Ninth street, Fhlla delpbla, Pa. By order of the Director!. Ezaa D.HsaaTWsu., President. Gao, P.viCHiL, Secretary. Feb S-ly-eJI . Threshers I Threshers! I RAVI received an Agency lor the ealc ef tha Threshers and ether Agricultural Implements man ufactured by Richard H. Pease, at Albany, New York. A sample of the two and one horae Thresher, sad Horse Powers, has been received, and all those wishing to buy Threshers this season ara requested te eall cad examine them before purchasing elsewhere. Coese la at once and examine them, and If yen like the ma ehinea, the terms, and the warranty, give ne yoar or ders, that I may get them here before harvest. I will also sell ordera for Saw Mills, Grain Cradles. Cera Shelters, Plows, Ae., a sample ef which eaa he seen at the Ware-room, near the Depot. 1 aw also agent for the sale of J. Oettea A Co's ca perlor Wheat Pane. - Orders for Threshersand Grata Cradles should he sent In before first of Mar oh, to get here In time fe harvest. Jan Id JAB. M. lUNDKRiiON. Livery, and Sale Stable, ; ftweetwatart Tenn. v TUB subscriber begsUavcUinrernithetraveHogpuh , lie that he haa opened a large and commodious its -bis in Sweetwater, en tbe Bast Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road, where they eaa be aeoafanodated U Horses and Saddles, Buggies, Hacks, Ac., Ac Persons travel ing to and from Montvale Hprings will And Itte tbtt Interest lo get conveyance from Sweetwater distance 8b miles. He will also trade la Horses, Mules, A. . Jan aO-tf-idS II. B. VfcwYKTTOOD 0 i ;v''- -. ''- ,t . tr1 i -J . a-- V