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CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR TUB RAPID CUB OF Cold. Coughs, and Hoarseness. tiimiu, Mats. SOth Dae, IB. HlJ,CAiii:HmqI hesitate to say the Swat remedy I hate ever found for Coagh. Hoarseness, Influent, aod tba cwoailtaut ey m ptoms of a Cold, Im font Caseav Ciemu. lu constant use la any uractk-e and my family fur the met yanra dm shown It to p Mesas up riar virtue for lh treatment of Umm fteandaJnte. BBEN aUMQUT, M. P. A.B. MORTLEY. Eq-,of Una, N. T, writaet "I hat amd your Vetera myeelf aad fa aijr aunlly arar elne yea laveated It, aad believe it tha beat aardlctira for Ha poruua arar put oat. With a bad aald I abaald eomwo pay tw.ntr fis dollar for a bottl tbaa da without it, ar take anjf othar remdy." Croup, Whooping Cough, Iaflaeasis. SraiBontu, Una, Feb. T, IneS. naorata Ana: I will cheerfully certify yoar ihcteral le tba beat remedy wa pnsaesa for tha eura of wtooptag conga, croup, and tba cheat dies of cfclldTew. Wa of your fraternity la tba Sooth appreciate roar alriU, aad coauaena I oar Bttaicio to onr peopw. HliAM COXKUK.M.D. AMOS LIB, Eo, MoimuT, fa, writes, ad Jan, ISM t " I bad a tadiona Influent, which eonftnad me lo doora all weeke; look many medicine without relief! dually tried roar lidtral by tlie advice of onr clergy maa. Toe Bral does relieved the anraeaaa la my throat and lungs) laaa than one hair Ilia bottle made me completely walL Your medicine are the cheapest a wall aa the beat we ran bay, and wa esteem you, Doctor, and jour remedie, aa the poor man'a friend. Asthma or Phthisic sad Bronchitis. Warn MtacHearea, Pi, Feb. 4, ISM. Biat Tour Cherry lYctnral la aerforminf marvel lout cuna Id thia arction. It baa rellered aareral from alarm ing it ra ptomi of aonaumptlon. aad b) bow curing a awa who baa labored a Oder an affection of the long for tha laat forty year. UKNKY L. PARKS, Merchant A. A. RAMSRT, M. P.. A Lawn, Motrtoa Co, Iowa, writee, Sept a, 1S6S : " During my practice of many year I hare found nothing equal to your Cherry Jvderwl for airing aaaa and ralUf lo eoaeuniptlve patient, or earing ucb aa are curable. We might add volumes of evideaea, bat the meet emt trlndng proof of the virtatf of thia raatedy It hand la It Sect upon trial. Consumption. Probably no on remedy ha erar barn knows which eared to many and (nch daogeron caaa a (hi. Boaw ao human aid can reach; bat area to tnoee tha Cherry Inderal afford relief and comfort. Arm Hoc, New Toal Cm, March a, ISM. Donna Aram, Lowsut I feel It a doty and a plaaaara to Inform you what your Caerry Moral baa dona for my wife. Bbe had been fire month laboring under the dae gsront symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid w could procure gar bermnrh relief. She waa ataadlly fail log, until Dr. Strong, of thia dty, where we hare rune for advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. We trie bit. kindness, aa we do your akill ; for aha ha recovered from that day. Bbe la not yet a strong aa ah aaad to be, but la free from her cough, and call herself wall, four with gratitude and regard, OHLANDO tJUKLBl, Of ImuiTTIUX CbasumpcYrt, do aot despair till you bar tried Aran' Cntaav PecroaAL. It la made by one of Die beet medical rliemiata In the world, and it euree all around aa bespeak the high merit of It virtu. mimUpha Ledger. Ayer's Cathartic Pills. aMIK science of Chemletry and Medkin hat ban . taxed their utmost to produce thia brat, moat perfect nrgatire which l known to man. InnnmeraM nnofe are abown that there Puu hare Tlrlne which awpaa la axeallanca the ordinary medicine, and that they wta aa precedentedly upon the aataeni of all Ma, Thcyar(lk and pleuant to tak, but powerful to ear. Their pan. trailDg propertlea rilmulate tha rltal aetirltleiof lb otdy, rtrmora th obatroctlooa of II organ, partly the blood, and expel dieeeee. They purge oat toe foul humor, which breed aad grow dletamper, MlmuuUe (tagglak or diaor dared organa Into their natural action, and Impart healthy tone with etrragta to the whole qratem. Mot only da tbay cure the rery-day oom plaint of erery body, hat alaa formidable and dangeroa dlimni that bar hafBed lha beat of human akUL While they prodne powerful eftocta, they era at tha mm time, la dlmlnlahed do, th afaat and beat phytic that can be employed for children. Being auger-coated, they ar plaaaant to taka; and being purely regeuble, ar free from any rtk of harm. Car bar been made which rarpaa belief wen thay aot eub a Untie ted by men of nch exalted poelUoa aad charaatar a to forbid th iuapldoa of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and phyaiciaa hare lent that eamee to rtify lo tba puhlia the reliability of my mood lee, while othen har aent m tba aeroraact of thalr eonrfcOou that my Prrparatkme (ontrlbuto unnrnunl to tba relief f By afllleted, nffaiiiig felkwea. Tha Ageut below named I pleaaed to furalah (rati my American Almanac containing dlrertiooe for their aae aad certlAcatee ot their cuna, of the following esmplaintt: Coetlreneaa, Blliona Complaint, Rhramatlam, Dratwy, Ileartliurn, Headache arUIng from a foul atoaiach, Haa ea, ladleaation, Mort.ld Inaction of the Bowcla and Pain ariaing thererrom, llattilenry, Loaa of Appetite, all Ulcer oua and Cntanenue Diareeea which require an eracnant medicine. Scrofula or King' KrlL Tbay alao, by purify ing the blood and ftlmuutlog th ytem, cure many eomiilalnU which H would not be enppoeed they eonld reach, mrh aa Draft) tee. Partial Blindnrae, Meuralgle and Kerroue Irritability, DerangetnenU of the Uraraad Kkt aeya, U.mt, and other kindred complaint ariaing from a low aula of th body or obetructtoa of it fraction. Do not ha pnt off by unprincipled dealer with asm other pill they make more profit on. Aak for Arm' Piu, and take nothing elae. No other they aw gir you eomparea with thia la It lotrinelc ralo ar enratir power. Th lck want th beet aid there h for them, and they alionld har If. Prepared by Dr. J. 0. ATEB, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Kau. Plies SB Cra. tia Box. Pin BoxM roa f 1. ' BOLD BY . 0. W. K0S, Athena; ' GUILFORD CANNON, MadlaonrllU; And by all dealer in Medicine. Jan My-iM KIOUBli CHEEK Male and Female Academy. . WE, tha andaralgned, of tha Committee or Board of Trualee appointed to uparintend th build ing of a School Houee at elouoe Creek, McMInn county, Tanneaaee, and to employ a auitabla Teacher, and an pcrlntend the wheleaeme management of a School at that place, take pleaaure In announcing to th aub cribera and public generally, that the building la Omen ed, or ao nearly o that a School may be commenced. We hare, after much paint to aeiect a competent teach er, employed Profeaaor ALEXANDKR A. NEWMAN, a natiee Bait Tenoaeean,who cornea lo ua recommend ed a Icholar, a gentleman, and a ehrlatlan. The Brat aeeilon of thia Inatitulioa will eommanc oa Monday, th goth lint. 7erma, at IKt raU per iSeaeioa 0 90 vwei-e : Spelling, Reading and Writing 9 Cieography, Arithmetic, lnlilh Grammar, Compeel- tlen and Declamation I Matbemallca, Natural 8clenc.ee, and th abort 10 Latin Grammar and Reader It One-half In ad ranee and th balance at th eloe of theeoiilon. Contingent foe (In adrance,)SOcent. Boarding, in good houaea eonrenlent to the Sohool, (waahlng and lighle extra) per week, S1.S8. No pupil permitted lo enter the School without tick et algncd by J. II. klaglll, Treasurer. No deduction for loat time, except In caae of protracted elcknea. We will mention, for lha benefit of thoae unacquaint ed with the locality of thl Inttitutlon, that II I lltualed about aix mile North of Athena, In the beautiful Mom Creek ralley, near th aummlt of th Eaat Tenneaaee and Georgia Railroad, tome nine hundred feet higher than tha city of Bnoxrllle. In lha deed to our Acade my lot wa hare the water nrlrllege to beautiful Spring, near the head fountain of tha pure llmettone walera of little Mouse Creek. A more healthy location, perhepe, ceuld not he found In Knit Tenneaaee, Wa Intend to uea our utinoat endearor to build up a good School, and inrite the attention of parenta aad guardian to our advertisement At our building la now near a stale of completion, w respectfully request th subscriber who har not set tled to call upon i. H. Maglll, Treasurer, and nay thalr ubicrlpllots. L. R. HURST, JAMBS WILSON, fVctSS-tMTf 1 ' J. II. MAOll.L. p Notice. 1)UIISUANT to b desrea of tha County Court of Roans, mad at tha January aioo, 1858, in the oaut pending therein, be tween John A. Freeman, complainant, and Basel I. Freeman and others, defendant, I will, on Saturday, tha 18th day of February next, expo to eale, on tha premiees, to th highest bidder, upon a credit of on and two year, (exeept th eura of fifty dollars, which will be required in hand,) th tract of Land belonging to th heir, or davitees, of John Freeman, dee'd, and being th sam whereon he resided at th time of hi death, situate in th 4th Civil Distriot of Roan eounty, eon taining 170 aoret, more or leas. Th pur chaser will b required to gir bonds, with good aeaurity, and a lien will b rtind oa th Land until th whol consideration is paid. This tth da of January, lgftg , AU8tlN L. OREKNE, t7r. Ja 15, 1868-St-prs fe f B-48S Committed to Jail, IN Washington, Rhea ., Tea n , on th Sd day of Noramber, 1867, a NEGRO MAN, who sarthis I name is John, and that h brlonea J to James Slielton, of Smyth eounty, Virginia. Said hoy i about IS year kuM. about five faat ten innhaa hioh and wrriths about 174 or 180 lbs., and dark olor. Tba owner of said alar i requeet l to com forward, prora property, pay charges and taka him away, or he will be dealt with a tha law direct. KLIJAII L, KUDD, Jailor. Not. IS, 1857. tf 477 ft IIARP,R IUI.F.-Ote of Sharp1 Rile wear at m rpana IXSIBAMCE CAPITAL EStABCED. "Mi if 1,v lacerporated 1111. Charter ferpetual. Cash Capltalw'iWirtolOOO.OOO, ABSOLUTS AND CNIMPAIBBDI 0urplu, $.BB,iaa IX, With the prtlg of S year' mcceaa aad xprleaot. lt Oinctor. . a. aaaoa, aa., aaa'L rcnoa, Mara caraca, boot. Beau, a. a. toma, a. ixowaa, a. a. acuauT, a. aaraaa, a. a. airur, a,a.wav a.. rairr, a-neaaaa. a. r. atria, a. biu-tu, t. A-auoaaosa, w. xaxBT, a. a. aaAtaAaa. ftritoar. t O. RIPUT, Prat T. A. ALEXANDER, Tie Prt, TH0S. K. BBACI, J., aee y- J. B. BENNETT, Qenl Agent. Inmre against lb 33STGrJB2Xl.a9 of PIIIHI AD PERILS Or INLAND SfATIGATION, At a liberal rule and rate a risks aiiamed permit of for (olrency and f Ur profit. Especial attentioa paid to INSURANCE OP DWELL INGS, CAKst rKUrKKTT, UUI DUlLirmuo IIS CONTENTS. Buch insured for period of three to Br year oa th most farorablc term. L08IEI BQUITABLT ADJUSTED A PROJIPTLT PAID. LOSSES PAID, $10,437,312 84, If wealth, with a steady and prompt attention to a legitimate Insurance baalness, and th execution of ceniraeta in good faith, have Inducements with the pub lic In selecting their anderwrller we refer them for teat or quality ana ear eiaims le tneir patronage, to records ef paat serrieee, tendering their continuance with rnereaalng ability and raciHtlea la future. Choice Prat Class Indemnity auiy be effected without delay, with thia wall known and able corporation, through ueu. w. KUtSo, Agmi, Athena, Tana Oct xo-em-ai Sheriff Sale. T Y virtua of an order of sal iad by th JL Clerk of tha Circuit Court of MeMinn eounty, Tennessee, I will, on Mondsy, tha lit day ol airen next, sail to tba Highest bidder, for oaih, before the Conrt-houe door In the town of Athena, all tba right, title, interest and elaim that J. J. Elliott ha in and to tba traet of Land on whieh he now lives, lying In tba Istb Civil JJutriet, MeMinn county. Tennessee, adjoining th lands of S 8. Gentry, m. , t-w L - . J . I a , I . . ' vunrie I'augneny ana otrrera. ooiu toiatic fy judgment and coat obtained before R. J. Brock, Esq., in ea of P. U. Keith A Co., againt John Rua and J. J. Elliott. juaa a. uuului, suentt. Jan . 1888-8t-pr fee -487 SherilTs Sale. BY virtu of an order of sal iieued by th Clerk of th Circuit Court of MeMinn eounty, Tennessee, I will, on Monday, tha lit day of March next, sell to th highest bidder, for eah, at th Court bout door in Atben. Two Town Lots, situted in th town of Cal houn, MeMinn county, Tennessee, and known as No. 70 and 71 in th plan of said town levied en to satisfy judgment and costs ob tained before John A. Rowles, Eq., in th ess of Eli nUm against Thomas Denton and John Denton. JOHN A. G07LDY, Sheriff. Jan 32, 1858-St-prs fee t3-487 Shei-Ur Sale. BY virtue of two orders of sale Issued by th Clerk of th Circuit Court of MeMinn eounty, Tennesiea. I will, on Mondsy, the 1st day of March next, offer for tale to the high est bidder, for eath, before th Court-bout door in Athens, all tha right, title, interest and claim that tlihu Kelley bat in and to a certain Traot of Land lying in the 13th Civil District, MeMinn county, leoneeeee, contain ing On Hundred and Sixty Acre, more or fe, it being ttme on which Nathan Kelley now reside adjoining the Land of Jacob Bonine. John Jack and others, sold to satii- fy two judgment and coU on in favor of V. C. Stubblefield against Eli Kelley aod Elihu Kelley, and the other in favor of A. McKeldin against Elihu Kelley. JUtlN A. uuuldi, sneriii. Jan 32, 1858-8t-pr fee B8-487 Hard Times Come at Last ! BUT 1 am nstrecelrlngmyXsdll axcS Wlattor Btook of GrOOCxa), and telling them off cheap, I am taking the paper of all the Pre Banka, and nearly all f the Stock Banka, at par, for Good. Thee holding any of it would do well lo fir roe a call toon, if they want good bargains. Oct GEO. W. ROBS. Sale of Town Lots to Pay Taxes. STATE OF TENNESSEE. ) MoMINN COUNTY. ( Ciactrrr Coobt. TA. O. SMALL, Tax Collector of tha pub aj lie taxes for th county of MeMinn, do hereby report to Court th following Town Lot a having been given in for th tax fr th year 18S6; that the tax thereon remains due and unpaid, and tha owner or claimant thereof has no goods or chatties within my eounty on which I can dittrain for said tax, to wit: Joteph Met On town lot, lying in th 18tb civil dittriet, in th town of Calhoun, valued at 8 100 tax i6J ett; clerk's fee 11,60; collector's fee $1; printer's fee f 1,60 making l.2i. Whereupon, it fs considered by the Court that judgment be and Is hereby entered againtl the aforesaid Town Lot in the name of tha State, for the sum annexed to it, being the amount of tax, coals and chargea due thereon, for tha year 1866, and it it ordered br th Court aid town lot b told at the law direota and that an order of tale ittue. JOHN F. SLOVER, CWfc J THOMAS STEPHENS, Sheriff and Col a lector of the public taxee of MeMinn eounty, do hereof report ta Cour th follow ing Town Lot as having been given in for the tax for th year 1866; that th tax thereon remains due aod unpaid, and that the owner thereof has no goods or chattels within 3y county, on which I can distrain for said tax, to wit: John Only One town lot, lying in the 18th civil distriot, and known in tha plan of the town of Calhoun aa Lot No. 67 tax l,08 ; clerk' fee $1,60; eol lector' fee $1; printer'e fee f 1,60 making In all f a,os. Whereupon, "his considered bv the Coort that judgment 'be and is hereby entered against the aforttaid towa lot in the name of the State for the sums annexed, It being the amount of tax, eotte aod charges due thereon for the year 1 866, and It is ordered by th Coort that said town lot basold aa th law di. recta, and that an order of sale in. JOHN F. SLOYER, Clerk, NOTICE. Tn obedience to the above or der I will, on Monday, the 1st day of March next, in front of th Court-house door in Athens, Ten., sell to the highest bidder, for eath, th above described Town Lota, or so much of aaeh at thall be neceatary to pay the taxes, casta and charge due etverally thereon, as th law direct a. JOHN A. UOLLUl, BMrtffi. Jan it, 186S-t-487 . Chanctry Court set mdUemlll. George Brown, . . vs. Thorn aa J. Young. IN thl etna it appear from the allegations ontained in tha original attachment bill filed io tlii eat that Thomas J. Young, th above named defendant, is a bob resident of the State af Tenaeatea, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athens Post, a newipaper published in thetow'a of Athens, MeMinn eounty, Teno.,'for four aneceaaiva weeks, requiring said non-resident defendant to appear at tha oest term of th Chancery Court, to be held at the Court-home in Madi tonville, Monro 'eounty, Tenneetee, on the first Monday of June, 1868, then and there to plead, answer or demur to said bill or tha tame will be taken as confessed and beard accordingly. J. A. COFFIN, C. o M., By C. B. Neal, d, a tt. Jn it, 18B8-4t-prs fee IS-47 . . CrBO.Xs.GrXXtXjZIflXXS) WITH TSOelA BlKm W. S. BAXU ABAM - ABA. T. & W. DA KIM & CO., raroaran abb wbot-abal bcaliu m FOIIEIUN AND DOMESTIC sn-r ooodb, dtJ Peblia Square, DeetS-ly-aB Nashville Teaa W. O., WITT, (LaU of Jlhnu, Taaa.,) WITH CLARK, HYDE & CO., (3aMttter Se BoohU, By at Clark,) Btaacr wroaraH o Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c. Bo. 1S Meeting a treat, nearly opposite chanutoa Hotel, CHARLESTON. S. C. aOBBBVa.CLABX...UlM 8TB8...AaBaSW T. AaTOnUOB. Oct t-tM;i . CAMPBELL & BRIDGES, FRODUCEdVCOnniSSIO"J DEALERS, SnoxvUlOi Tea xa. xx. AV LI- orders will he promptly attended ta and faith- 1. fully eaecuted. July 81-tf-Ui T. r. towa a. a. ai Lowe & Rice. Aoetlon & Commission Merchants AMD CE.VBJUt PROUVCE DEALERS, Corner of Loyd and Alabama streets, Atlanta. tearglau VOonslfnmenU solicited. (march tT-ly-444 AtaX. . WALLACB. , -w. c aoaiaioB, Wallace & Robinson. General Commission Merchants, ABO rSALSBI IB TENNESSEE PRODUCE, Atlaala, lieorgia. WILL xlre tpecial attention te th sale of Bacon, Lard, Plour, Whiskey, Tobacco, Aa. Consign ments respectrully solicited, rremplattention Iran to 0 ash orders. Agents for th sale of gtearnet A Marrln'a Pire-Proof Bale. mar 30-ly-f26 a. a. Btianaa. .wa. s. retactaco. Bearden & Francisco PRODUCE AND CORIirilSSION XaXex-oIa.esvxi.ta, JKJICOJY, QEOKQIJI, Wn.Ltelloneommlatton Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, Oata, feathers, end Tenneaaee Produce gener ally. Persons shlppinf to nt can rely upon prompt return. Kfrrto Merchant and Cllltcns of Knoirllle; Mor ran A Co., Jo. Edward., Jas. 0. Luttrell, Comptroller, Naahrllle; T.J. Campbell, Clereland; Richard C. Jack eon, Athene; Lone A Smith, Richard B. Campbell, Ben. Cheodl.r A Co., Chattanooga. Pebt0-tf-39 J. T. & WW. H. W00TT0N, (Aioeeetort to Wootton d Bollomy,) Commission Merchants. Cotton Arena TOACO, OA.. WILL pay strict attention to all eonsignments from Northern Georgia and Tennessee. And If prompt returns deaerre any credit they hope to share a portion, at least, of the public patronage. Liberal adrance mad on good in store, If desired. JOB T. WOOTTOB WILLIAM B. WOOTTOB. march i7-ly-444 John L. M. French & Co., GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CHATTANOOGA, TE2VN. starch S-tf-tal P. D. GATES, PRODUCE AND C O M W 188 1 OH 3VCoxoJtx.ea,xxt. No. It Broadway New York. DEALER In Agricultural Implements and Machine ry. Bole Agent for th sale of Wheeler, Mellck A Co's Horse Powers and Threshers; Combined Thresh er and Winnowers and other machines. In East Ten nessee. Also, General Agent for their aale in the South ern States. Order promptly execnted for any kind of Machinery or Merchandise. Consignments solicited of all kinds of Southern Produce. Jan It-Iy-t3 Robertson, Hudson & Pulliam, MrOBTBB i,D JOBS BBS OP 33 xi "sr o r q xj tsr, No. W Murray and 88 Warren atreett, Com of Church tirtet, ! York. BICBABB I. B0BBRT80B, 0T W. FULL! AM, CBABLB c. nimtna, William n. aai. Vf Virgin. Of IT. Carolina. rLAAT M. CtAIOMILBS, 1 Boon m'd. m'iuutb, 0f Tenntutr. job a. CBAIOMiLta, I Aug SS-ly-414 HYATT, McBURNEY k CO., ntatcT utrorrta abb whulbsals pbalsu ib Foreign &DomesticOryGoods, no. ti uayn street, Charleston, S. C. a. btatt, wm. a'tcsair... , WM. BiMBLTIBB,, A, L. OILLBtriB,. . .AtmCSTtllO WTLT, -CBAS. rotTuu Junso-ly-tOi HA B n IV A DP COUKTNHY, TENIVKIXT&CO Hardware, Cutlery, Gum, Mstols, Ate, no. so iiATxa street, CHARLESTON. 8. C. WILLIAM 0. OOUBTBXT. OILBEBT B TaBBABT. JAMM B. BTAKS. Jnae 17. '53 tf nt GILLILANDS, HO WEL & CO,, niaxcr tapoanas a dkalkes ib Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods No. 88 Ilayn estreat, C1IJI ttI.E$TOJ't . c, N.B. Bolting Cloths always on hand. Wat. n. OILMLAND. BIIB(T 8. HOWBLL. W. D. OILLILABD. JAMKS OILLILAND JAMKSH. NIOnoiA. Oct. 81. 1881 tf 168 J. A. A IV S LEY, ' GENERAL Cvtnmlsalntt and Produce) Irlercliant, OfBcc on Broad street, opposite Union Bank, -VTicvaaatcV. O-ca,.. WILL give prompt and personal attention to th sale of Bacon, Lard, Grain, Plour. Cotton, and all article of Merchandise consigned to him. Alao, to th forwarding of Goods for th Interior and Northern markets at the customary rate. Liberal advancea, ei ther in cash or by acceptances, made on article in (tore or when hills of lading accompany drafts. Rtnauct: Baker, Wilcox ACo.; M. A B. Wilkinson; J. 0. Parro, "Caehler," Augusta, Ga. Hand, Williams A Wllcni; Thos. Trout A Co., Charleston, 8. C. Wm. Dun can; Paddeirord, Pay A Co.; P. T. Willis, Savannah, Ga. Btnrgea, Bennett A Co., New York. J. C. Wilson A Co.; I). Stuart A Son, Baltimore. Wood A Low, New Orlrana. 0. B. Welhorn, Dalton, Ga. Granville A Sample, Chat tanooga, Tenn. Bearden, Son A Co., Knoirllle, Tenn, 8. K. Reader, Athena, Tenn. W. Shanard A Co.; Berry A DemeTill., NuhvlU, Tenn. Not. U, 'M tf 811 L- O. XtOBBBOXw', (0 renru-M,) ' WITH WESSON & COX, ASOrAOTOBSaS ABB WBOLSSAU DBALtBA IB Boots and Shoes, no. it courtiana street, (near nroaaway,) blujb . wasaog, I . NEW YORK. TOWBttBB onz, f , May lo-ly-5I W. E. II A LI., m. ., . ' ATBBNS, TIN!., WILL give hi. attention to the practice of Medi cine. Office South of th Bridge. January 80, 1887. 486 M. R. NAY, M. D., SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, ATHENS, TENN., RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional serviees to the publie. Jan. 14. 1 IS DR. J. L. ATLEE. X3iytBilolaa,xx jb Sixirsseoxa. At lima, Tens).. 'V'STTT.LgivcM. entlr attention to the practlc af M Sledlclna. Offlc at th realdcnc of the late Wm. P. Relth. (aug I II. R. DODSOV, D. D.S., Biirg eon X3 entlait, OiBc corner of Ocoee and Meadow ttrseta, rievelaftd, Tenn. PtnUI MUerlal for aala. May S-tf-tSO ) 33 1M T I m T XX "V. C. A. JORDAN, DENTIST. TENDERS hi. aervlcr. le the puhlle to all th v rlon. branehea of hi. prefcien. Pltraellng Teeth I , each. The cash la eonsldared due, la every Instance, when the work la dona. OfSr. on door North of lha Store of th let P. Byd,Po. . J.' "-!-. i. a. tatlsb, a. a wm. v. albiabbsb, m. a. DRS. TAYLOR & ALEXANDER, " Oon4dcvr Xerth-uftt8kiU Man,) TILL dereu their attentioa exeluaively and aa W T aidueuely to the duties ef their prefeaalon ene of who auy at all tiawt aw Ibaad at their office or re- apectlve residence, wbea not proteeaionaliy Ir. A. will give partieaiar attentioa lo the departmenta of Barony aad OMab-ae. When one bae charge ef a case and the pr.es ace of the ether ehail be required, he will attend with additional charge. (Norf-a;t F. BOGART, M. D Sweclwattcr, Teatau. WILL give hi andlvided attention to the practlc of Medicine, la It varkraa department.. Omoa Pormerly occupied by Dr. Blair, where he auy at all timee be fooad sales, profruionally absent. Nov JO-em-478 J. SI. BLAIR. J. G. PAR-SHALL, SWEETWATER. TENX., ASSOCIATE Practitioners of Medicine, WTn L give their entire attention to the practice af w Medicine in all iu braochee. The attention of both will be given when necessary, without eitra charge. Office above stairs at Brown A Kowan'a. Nov tT-m-l7 W. n. & R. COLLINS, Associate Traveling Dentists Addreea, Buipr Spring, julyl8tf Rhea ctuafn Tenn. W. H. BRIANT, A. ttorney a t Xs d mrt Athena, Tenn.. TyMLL attend promptly to the collecting and securing "of claims, and will give bla undivided attention to II huainets entrusted lo his care, la MeMinn and the surrounding counties. July 17-tf-soO C. B. NEAL, -A. ttorney et Xt "vtr, Bladlaonrllle, Tenn.. y ILL practice In 'th Court, of Monroe, McMInn, ' Blount and Polk. , may 10-tMM oao. ssowb, MadUonvUlt, Tenn. a. const. Attorueya t Xta,-vr ABD SOLICITORS IJV CHJUVCERV, WILL praclleeln the Chancery and Circuit Courts In the counties of Monroe, MeMinn, Polk, Brad ley, Meigs, Boane and Blonnt, and In the Supreme and federal Courts at Knoxville. Jan 8-tf-t WILLIE LOWRY, A. ttorney At X-t a, xtv, jsntS-tf Athena. Tenn. 48S FRANK. S. II .LE, attorney t Ija xtr, Athens. Tenn. Office up suirs In th. Court-house, tepl l-1y-U JARNAGIN & CALDWELL, Attornoysj At X a-w, Athene. Tenn. BtLTOB r. AABBAOIB. ... April S0-tf-o48 A.OALDWBLL. GEO.W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. PRACTICES in the different eonntiesoom. posing the Third Judicial Circuit will attend to the collecting and securing of olaims and will give his undivided attention to all business entrusted to hit care. March 2. 1849 tf Jj HUMPHREYS HOUSE, Knoxville, Tenn. II. II U iI P II n E Y 8 HAS leased for a term of years the large new Brick Building just completed for a Hotel, situated within a few yarda of the Passenger Platform, fronting the Depots of both the East Tennessee and Georgia and Eaat Tennessee and Virginia Ball Roads, about the same distance from each and much nearer and more con venient to the Road than any other Hotel, besides a saving of Hack or Omnibus hire. Passengers who wish to take the Stare for Montvale nprings, or to Kentucky, by way or Clinton, will be call ed for promptly, erery departure for either place, by nc magea. The Proprietor doea not think II necessary to say he has kept a Puhlic House any where, as sometime, old documents are dangerous things. He is determined on making this a comfortable House for those "ho mar give him a call. , July 8I-tM6J I'll O YD XX O XT S X!" TOacon, Cia. THIS Hon.e It now open for the accommodation of the traveling public, and particularly for those having butineaa to transact In Macon, as It Is central. H. P. RRDPINO, Proprietor, march I7-tf-444 B. P. DKNSS, Superintend'!. TJUIO W XI OTJSB. (Formerly RaU Road Bonn,) Athena, Tenn., By m. X. Oils Totsi. THE proprietor respectfully announces to the public that ha hat recently refitted and refurnished the above House, and that he will use his utmost endeavor to make it the traveler's home. His table will bs sup plied with the best the country affords. He hope, by unremitting attention to comfort of hi. gue.t. to merit and receive a liberal .hare ofpatronage. JanA-tf-8S8 WlllTFIi:i,l IIOtJSK, DALTON, OA. rpnE undersigned take thl method of Informing th traveling public and others wishing board or lodg ing, that he has purchased the large White House, known aa the "Whitfield House," formerly occupied by E. R. Sasseen, and la now In charge of the same and prepared to accommodate all who may caJi upoa him. His table will be furnished with the bet Ml the market affords. April S-lyt-440 M. C. MARTIN. BniD&Ea IIOUSB, nMH E abort namtd Home, situated within a short M. distance of the Athens Depot, it now open for the reception of travelers. Persons traveling on the East Tenneaaee and Georgia Rail Road, and stopping at Athens, will And this House more conveniently si tutted than any other. Theaubsoriher pledgee himself to use his utmost exertions to give tatisfaction and to render comfortable all who may favor him with their patron age. Athens, Dec 10-tf-tSO JAS. 8. BRIDGES. TjETJTY'a IXOTDXj, i.ornoN, TKNN. THIS well known House has been newly fitted up with bedding, furniture, Ac. The undersigned has taken charge of It, and In announcing himself for the publie patronage asks "the tree to be tested by It fruit," and pledget highself, by an aaslduous attention and a du regard for the comfort and tastes of hi guests, they shall he cared for and furnished with the best the coun try affords. He has also connected with the house the large stable, sheda and lot, of Messrs. Taylor, Bridge A Co., and will be prepared in that line. Jan 11-81-881 WM. M. ALEXANDER, Proprietor. SI'OAR, Coffee, Loverlng' Pin Golden Byrup (the best that is made in the world,) Rice, Soda, Starch, Manilla Rope, Pepper, Spice and Ginger, Just received and for tale by (Ocl28) G. W. K088. SAt'SAGE meal raff era. I have jnst re ceived a large lot of Nos. 3,8, and B, and will sell them cheap for cash. Those wishing them will do well to give me a call. OctS8 G. W, R0B8. 'Threshers. IWOUDD Inform persons wanting Threshers thttl have tevertl different styles of Horse Powara, such as I think equal. If not superior, to any in the country. Persons wishing any thing of th kind will rail at the Athens Pourdry where th machines oan be aeen. There la t gretl string ta ranns purchasing where they canh at the nee of the patterns in case any pae ofthemaelr! should break. Call and see. Prlcrt moderate JanS-lf O.ZIMMERMAN. Wheat Wanted. T HB subscriber wlshu a large quantity nf good Slerchantable Wheat, for which he will pav th highest market price. Julylu 8. K. KEEDER. s Y It lTP. t tuart'a Bteam Refined Golden Byrup, for sal by Nor. 1HJ a. n. Ker.ur.u. Wheat and Flour. Tn suhtrrlbera have completed the moat perfect arrangement that can be made tor th sale of Wheat and Plour, and during the remainder of this year will devote their attention almost eicluslvely to the sale of theae two articles, and they ean eay to their patrons, with certainty, that they will realiae aa much net money by shipping here as to any market beyond Atlanta, and will do It with lea risk and In aharter time. Aa to the peculiar advantaget of our market every one It familiar who knowa ita locality. We will accept BO daya bills on Whrit, payable here or it Augusta, for three fourths the nine of shipments, accompanied by Rail Road recelpta. We think II ad visable for shippers of Plour to draw most of their hills at 4A and So days, as more lime is required for the sale ef Plour than for Wheat. By reference to our weekly review, of the market, publi.hrd In the Tenneaaee pa pert, yon can alwayt know accurately what these artl clet ar worth. 8KAOO, ARBOTT A CO., General Oonuniition Merchant. Atlanta, 0., Aug T, 19SI-lf OOO JBUaaaJbaelaBs Pennsvhania Clover Seed. AS the season ef the year for eowlng Clover Seed (and the beat of all other for securing a sure tnd hetvy stand) bs now at hand, we offer a rare chance for aecuring aa article that will give satl. faction. We re commend this lot of Beed particularly to the farmer of 8whcatr YnUy. Bend en your ardent tnd w will send you the Seed, all soamrf and Jt-ee. Tatan or Sit. Oath. Kuoxvllis.rrpt. 11, IV". I m i-m.ii7u.. Sa.BTX'l-WT'aavl. sehorn & nonNSDys "VnllZIETMES" Still In tke riela-anct Mietake I TT11VINO tntt received aod onend a freah XX ttippljof GOODS, lo which thay invite in attention oi ineir iriendt aod customer. They deem it unneeettarv to give a detailed litt of article, aod will content themtelvet with euumerattng a few of the leading ones, and axuring the publie that the balance will be forthcoming when called for. For the facta in the ease, jut call over and examine lor yourselves. We have Fine Gold English Lever, Patent Lever and Cylinder Watches; Fine Silver English Lever, Talent Lever and Cylinder Watehes liunting-eaae and upen faced. Gilt Watches; Duplex Watches; Fine Gold Pens, of all prices: Ladies Breast Pins, and Ear Bobs and Rings, of the lateet pattern; Cuff Pin; Bracelets, Ac In fact, we have the largest and beat araortment of Jewelry etcr offered ! .1.: u . in tut luaraea. Can f ec t Ion a ti ea. A good auortment of Caodie. Nuts. Rai tons. Figs, etc. Soma more of those fine Cheese; Spiced Oysters, and Crackers. FINE CHEWING TOBACCO. SEGA US, of all brands and qualities. Hosiery, Ac. Ladies Hote Iambi' wool, wonted and eotton, of all eolort and qualities ; Childrens' and Misses do.; Men's Half Hose lambs' wool, worsted and cotton. Gloves of all kinds, for both Ladies and Gentlemen. Mutieal Inttrumtntt. Aecordeons, Flutlntt, Tremblers, Violins, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, Flageolets, tt. Petumert. Perfumery for the Handker chief and Oile for the Hair. Combs aod Brushes, all kind. Port Monnaie and Purses. Qunt and Pittnlt. Colt's Repeaters, from 8 to 9 inch, 8 to 6 (hooter; Revolvers, Self Cocking, and (single Ban el Pistols; Shot Guns. A Large Lot of Cloekt Thirty Hour, Seven and Thirty Day' Clocks, Spring and Weight. Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Soda, Kaila, Match es, a large lot of Toy, and thousands ef other thing toj tedious to mention all of which will be told low down. Nov IS RAMSEY'S ANiVAI.Saf TENNESSEE, Price reduced to 2,50 just received tnd far talc by Aug 28 O. W. ROSS. XV 33 33 XT O 33 33 Through Rates of Freight Front NASHVILLE ta KNOXVILLE, , ABB STATIONS ON TUB Eatt Temmeooee and Georgia RaU Road. SUGAR, Coffee, Molattes (in barrels,) Tobacco (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Rope and Cordage, Fish, Cheese, Soap, Star and Tallow Candles, White Lead, Bar Lead (in kegs and boxes,) Pig Lend and Shot (in kegs,) Liquors (io barrels and casks.) Crockery Ware (in crates and catkt,) per 10U Ibt., 50c No article entitled to this rate except those specified above. Shot and Lead in bundles, and bottled Liquor will be charged the regular local rate of each Road. All Goods from the Western cities and New Orleane, for Knoxville and Stations on the Eatt Tenneaaee and Georgia Rail Road, will be forwarded free of commission when con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road, at Nashville, dray age only charged, which hae been eontracted for at 76 cents per ton of 2000 lbs. Every package must have the name of the Stations ol delivery plainly marked on it. Koadt will not be responsible for ordinaay leakage of Liquors, Oils or Molattes, and will only pay for deficiency of eontents when packages show marks of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamers and Pray see will be mailed to consignee from Nash ville, showing, alio, the time of arrival and departure of the goods. R. C JACKSON, Stip't . 1 1 tlTenvetteedt Georgia Rail Road. 1,'nnH . lu tf 1 PIANO FoilT 33 13. TUG tubtoriber is now receiving a new stock of ELEGANT PIANOS from tha oldest and most responsible manufactories of the North, among which are 7 octave Plain Center Pianos ; 7 Carved " " 7 " Half-carved" " 6 " Plain, 3 round corners ; 6, " Plain." " ' 7 Grand Pinno, very heavy toned. Alto, the Budoir Piano. Alto, the celebrated Corrugated Sounding Board, of Boardinan, Gray A Co., which are boooming so vastly popular in Europe as well as America. All Pianos warranted to give satisfaction, or no sale. Alto, jnit reoeived, a large selection of ftano Jlune Sonet, I'olkaa, Waltzes, Varia tions, Ac, etc.; Guitars and Strings; superior Melodians; Harmoniums; Piano Stools aod Covers. Pianos tnned and repaired. The aubtcriber refers to gentlemen who have purchased of him, throughout Eatt Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. Theta instiuments are for sale at Athens and Chattanooga. IL G. COOKE. Deo 6. 185-tr-4x8 ATHENS FOUNDRY AMD VXeVOlllX3.0 ASlOX"lK.ae THE subscriber would respectfully an nounce to the oitiznnt of Athens and the publio generally, that he is uow in operation and prepared to do OAS 1 1 TJ" Gr ot every description in hit line, and would therefore solicit orders from all thote who may want anything of the kind. He is now oaating and has for sale dif ferent sizei of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes ot Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber, Odloe and Shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Waffle Irons; Ploughs, right and left hand. Also, the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water Wheel, which will saw frnm two to five thou sand feet per day. 411 kinds of fittednpin tha beat and mott durable manner, and upon short notice. Also, Iron Railing of every description. He it alto prepared to do all kind of Brass casting. The highest Cash price will be paid for OLD COPPER. ZIMMERMAN. P. S. There is connected with the Works an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persons wishing eastings ean have patterns made to order. C. Z. Athens, Tenn., July 18, 188 tf 408 : Valuable Property for Sale. I AM offering for sale my home place a very desirable property consisting of about 80 acres of choice Lend, in good con dition on which there are a comfortable and roomy Dwelling Houee, Kitchen, Smoks home, good Barn and Stablet, At., and selection of choice bearing Fruit Tree. Also, 160 acres of Lsnd.iituat in the Wett tide of MeMinn eounty; an unimproved Lot in th town oi i-narieeion, Bradley eounty, adjoining the Rail Road Depot Lot; and a number of unimproved Lot tittiata between the town of Athentand the Rail Road Depot A. D. KETES. Athcni, Jab I, 1 8 ft-if-i 3 1 New Firm and New Goods. M1RTIY, VARXELL&CO., CALHstrw. ARE receiving and opening, in their large new Store Houee, one of the largest auu uea oeieciea siocat of Fall aaa Wlai tzm-A. aver opened in Eatt Tenneetee. The assort- uieot i oumieie, emuraoing every tmng the uiru ,u n i c war OI DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEEX8WARR. . HARDWARE, CUTLERY, IRON, STEEL, PAINTS. tic, (it-. The Goods were bought low, having had New York money market, and of eourte they win oe oia me came way. call and see lor yourielvea. Oct w-tf 17 2 Threshers ! I WOULD ju.t Inform all who wiah te bny Thresher for the eominr aeaaon that they ahouWI call and tire In their order, a. It la lima they were rolnjt on, and that ! am prepared to make a favorable arrarement witn an wno wtsn to buy. g. K. REKDKK. Athene, Jan. S, '67-tf Fair Warn! nr. TJERSONS Indebted to us for rood, booth! previous M. to me isi oi last January will do well to call and pay up oy tne 1st oi October at we will wait no lonrer, Bo Look out. W. O. HOBTON. September 4 1S57. Rates of Through Freight ranM Charleelan. Savannah, Anfnata and TO KNOXTILLR, AND ALL THE STATIONS ON THE Eatt Tennette tt Georgia Rail Road, . rROM- i rinsr class. Piano Fortes, Books, Stationery, Boots, Shoes, Hata, Liquors, Oils, Ac, (in Bottles.) I'ainpnene and rptnts Tur. pen tine (in barrcls,)Carpetine, China Glass and Glassware,Cigars(in caaes,) ciocts,t;ontectionaries,l.otton Lards, Caska and Boxea, Dry Goods (in box. e. and bales,) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Fun, Garden Seeds, l.ookinf Gltsses and Looking biass nates, (at owner's risk,) Uys ters (in cans and Jars,) Saddlery, Tin and Britannia Ware, Teaa and Spice., ueorria and toulh Carolina Dome. tics perlWIhs 1,15 82X IS Hardware, exept such aa specified In first and third claasea. Coffee Mills, Molasses, Machinery, Foreirn Liquors (in Barrels and pipes,) Tobacco (in boxes,) Leather (in rolls and boxes,) Oils (in barrels and casks,) Crockery and Queensware ( In crates and casks,)! Rice, Whltlnr. Plaater. Sheet Braas and Copper per ton lbs 1,00 T TO mnv i;uArn. Axea,8urar,Shoveli, Spades, Sad Irons, fit ana Bar iron. Zinc and Tin (In plrOTin Plate, Anvils, Vices, Nails, uasts or unaint and Hoes, Manilla and Cotton Cordaire, Cement, Coffee, neavy I'astinm, Mill Ueartnr, Rail Road Wheels and Axles, Chairs and Spikes, and Kosin (in barrels) per 100 lbs SO 60 it SI'KUIAL RATES. Furniture and Carrlates (boxed. and otner nrnt article, not enumerated; ai.o, varooya ot Acme or other Chem icals, will be charted by actual weight, but at double first class ratet ner 100 Ibt Jo Wlfii Single Packard of 100 nounda and under, will be charged tb cents on each Road. Articles not enumerated In the above relet will be subject to classification by the Agent at the point of shipment. OtercMrgr to be promptly settled by Agent deliv ering the goods. Uamsges to be settled by Superintendent Transpor tation of this Road, and no appeal from his decision on the part of connecting Roads. Jn cases or litirated damages, each Road entitled lo charge local rates from point of shipment to destination. uooes must oe well and securely put up and plainly marked with namtof consignee, detlination. and Depot of delivery. This Through Rate does not effect the Local Ratet or ta Februtrv, ISM. Through Rates on specified article from Nashville, at published 4th March, 186T, I confirmed and contin ued. Ample notice will he given of any contemplated ad vance on the above rates. R. C. JACKSON, Supt Trana. F.ast Tenn. A Ga. Rail Road. Knoxville. June 1st, 1657-tMM fJAPEH SI A SI GINS. St. A large lot, suitable ML tor naii.,i'anor, Ac.inr aie. Oct 10, 'Jo McEWEN A GILLESPIE, Diaoovorod At Xtcaaat ! GREATEST CURE IN THE WORLD FOR PAIN. I'aor. Cnst. Di Grith's ELECTRIC OIL. fHI8 Oil It the only sure remedy In the world for the Cure of Kheumatt.m, Dearneaa. Gout. Neural gia, Lumbago, Sciatica, Spinal and Bronchial complaints Tic Doloreux, Headache, Cramps, Croup, Piles, Felons, Sprains and Bruises, Cuts and Wounda, Swelled Gland., Stiff Jointa, Scrofula, Erysipelaa, Bore Nipple, Swelled Breast, Womb Diaorders, Salt Rheum, Canker In the Mouth and Stomach, Palpitation. Eruptions. Caked Breaat, Quinsy, Bore Throat, Palsy, Pleurisy, Ulcers, Lock Jaw, Heart Burn, Tooth and Ear-ache. Nervous ness, Costivenet-s, Burns, Sore Gums of teething Infants, itemorrnage, anace.s, run necks, Broken Breast, Chti blalna, Tetter, ShlnglesFrosted Feet, Fever and Ague, Chapped Hands, or any Disease, that are eore or pain ful, la the only article ever brought before the public that will do Ita work perfectly In from three to twenty minute. ha. been used by thousand, and pronounced to be the best remedy ever discovered. This Oil acta on the system with electricity la of pure vegetable preparation. Not the slightest danger of applying n outwardly or inwardly, it at once five a permanent cure In moat case from lea to twenty minutes. The best physiologists of Europehave discovered thtt all organic derangement of the animal eyatem Is the ef fect of an obstruction of the phy.ico-electrlc fluid in the organ diseased. A skillful application of thia Oil puts In Immediate motion the nerve fluid, and the cure Is at once accomplished. No bleedings no vomiting, purg ing, or blistering, ft resorted to. t W None genuine without signature of Prof. 0. Da utk. kaneia signed In writing. Principal Depot, No. 80, South Eighth Street, three doora below Chestnut. Philadelphia. Country dealers and drugglatt can be supplied wholesale and retail. i-rice xo cents, no cents, and SI per bottle. Try everything else : live this one simple trial. Caution Be careful to ask for and get Da Gbatb'i aiectrtc uu, at worthless Imitations abound. There are numeroua Imitations sprung upon th re putation my article has acquired. The public must be ware. They are worthless. For sale by GEO, W. ROSS, Athena, Tenn. NovSO-ly-t'S XI 8T HF.CElVEn Dr. Parker't Ptln Pan, J acea; Stark's Indian Fever and Ague Remedy, an eiternai application tniaimie; Macauba and Scotch Snuff; Hay's Liniment; Arabian Liniment; Steel and uut rens: rutty and Window Glass and rnr sale by march U WM. BURNS. McEwen & Gillespie HAVE re.eived and opened their Fall and Wlnt Goods, and respectfully lor Itc attentioa te the October fi, fit Farm for Sale. ' THE tubtoriber detiret to sell her Farm, in the neighborhood of Athens. It is situ ate on the road leading lo Benton, about two miles from the Athene Denot, and contains some 400 acres, a portion of it under improve ment, and the balance is well timbered, nd all well adapted to cultivation. There are sev eral Springs of good water on the Farm, and Elentv of Fruit Tree. Also, comfortable iwellisg Houe, Negro Hotites, 4e. Tenons desiring to purohaie ean obtain a bargain. NANCY BRADFORD. Athens, March 20, 1 867 tf 448 NEW FA IX GOODS! o. r. aiBBON co. NOW offer to their customers and the public gener ally, tn nnutually large ttock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, all of which have beea carefully .elected, tnd are es pecially adapted to tha wants of this market. Their ttock of l.arl Ire Dreaa (Jood a surpass any thing of the kind they have ever offered for aale. They have alao an elegant assortment of Cloths, Caaslmers and Veellng. Hata, Capa, Hoots and Shoes. A very full assortment ef every description of - IleadrIIade Clothing. Also, t large lot of Hard ware, Queens ware, Cutlery, Family Groceries, Splcee, Ao. Our terms are favorable, and when yon start nut lo purchase your Fall Goods please give as a call, and we are confident aa eiamlnatio will verify what we have ttid. Oot SS 3T0YE3! ST0TE3I 'T'HE subscriber he en hand an S will keep a (apply 1 ot COOK, BOX and PARLOR STOVES, of Eaatern manufacture, and of the beet and moat approved pat terns, whloh he will tell aa oheap, If not cheaper, than they ean be procured of any other parson. Ills Shop le at the West end of Main atreet, near th corner ef Church AHey, where he Invite ll who want Stove to eall, Healaokaepe on hand a aupnlyof TIN WARE af very description, and la prepared to put up Guttering, Roofing, Ac, Ao.. at rraaonabls ratea. Athens. Aug .i-UAH JAS. C. CALROCV. New Goods for the Million! "lr OLTJ) mpectfully eall the attentiT." U thepeople'toth.lendid J Spring and Snmmer Goods juat received, at their new Briek Corner with Iron Front, whieh were purchased oa the heat terms, and are now offered at as low rattTaa auih Goods ean be purchased any !.... the State 1 " For the LADIES, they have the 1,.M. styles of Dreaa Good, Trimming, Mu,j:V Trint. Linen, Laeea, Handkerhiefa,Hoi,rZ and Glove. Alto, the Bonnett and TrimmiI: A large stock of GENTLEMEN'S WEaE euch at Clothe, Caaaimera, Satinet. V.lin7 Tweed., drilling, ate., etc. READY-MATiP CLOTHING. Hat, Boot and Shoe. Drngtand Medicinea, Paints tnd Dve-ttoff. Hardware, Cutlery and Qneen.wtre, Grc. nea. Iron, Steel, Nail and Catting, betnU every other article utually kept in rtuil Store. Give them a eall. They eontiderit no trouble to thow Goodt. They are dtter mined not to be undersold. All kind of Country Trodnee ttttn in exchange for Good. ji,y j.jj Schenectady Agricultural Works JBAni.'FAsJTl'RB IMPROVED RAILWAY HORSE IWFM THRESHERS AND SEPARATORS COJl' B I N ED TH R ESH ERS A N D W 1 N NO VY ERa! CLOVER HULLERS AND CLEAN ERi WOOD SAWING MACHINES a--" THE undenigned having been twenty veart engaged in buildino- of Horee Power and Threshing Machine, fe.l confident, from paat emrin. ..j,t. merotit testiruoni.lt they are receiving from all partt of the country of the tuperioritv of their manhina that tl,.. ... . .. 7 give tamiaa. tion to all who may favor them with ordert. Our Horte Power ar made ttrong, aid to geared that it require! the team to travel only about II mile ner hour to j grain, thereby mkino it aint.l.l. I 1 , , . won either horse or cattle on them. Our Threehert and Threthere and Winnow ere are to construct erl aa tn di... !,.,. .it .v grain and dust through the machine, and not into the feeder's face at it utual with oth kind. The Thresher and Winnnwor V,.. . ....1. ine- wire teoarttor. which Hna.it. perfectly than ean be done in any other wtr The Separator (Riddle) hae a fork slrtV shaker, which thakea the grain out of th straw as it pasaes from the Thresher. We warrant thete mncbinet to suit the pur chaser upon trial, or they can be returned and the money refunded. G. WESTINGH0U8B A CO. 37" Thete machine will for ..1. :. Athens a soon as they can be brought out by steamer. 8. K. REEDER, Agent. April S, loB-tI-415 Cedar Grove lligh School. Commencing Monday, April 6M.1SS7. THE Trustees have completed their arrangeme.lt with Mr. H. B. IIsvwood to take charge of this School for lbe two sessions next ensuine. The trhr.nl is located In a pleasant and healthful neighborho.d,f.ar miics ouuin-easi 01 t;narie.ion, nraaiey ce.,TcB. RaU to Tuition, ptr Station : 1 tt Class Orthography, Reading. Penmsn.Mp.Prl. mary Oeography. and Mental Arithmetic tt Id Class Arithmetic, Ancient and Modern Geogra phy, English Grammar and Modern History I 8d Class Algebra, Geometry, Surveying. Analyti cal KQme1r7, Astronomy, turner siainematlct, Physiology, Latin, Greek and French Languages,.. II Contingent fee 0 ets. No student will be received for lea. I.rm .... half session, and no deduction made for lost lime ex cept In caaes of protracted alcknesa. BottdliiO.lt. per day. Jqhb Mat, A. i. tiAvt, viratiut. March 8r-tM27 JOB I 1 Habbbiobv, ) Vlitozxaai Foundry, nAVINO engaged the aervices of Mr.F.M.Eiuttl, who la authorised to receive ordera and traatatl all bosiness appertaining to the Foundry, any pens, wanting Information In regard to Machinery, Ac, Bill be attended to by calling at the Foundry. Athens, July II, lsoS-4407 C. ZIMMERMAN. Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA IMFORTAXT AXS0VNCKMKXT. TO all persons afflicted with Sexual Dlses.es, sarll si Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Impotence Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, th. Vict of Onanism, of Self Abuae, Ac, Ac. The Howard Association, In view of the awful detrac tion of humn life, caused by Sexual Diseases, and tas deceptions practised upon the unfortunate victims ef uch diaeaaes by Qnaeke, have directed their Consult, log Surgeon, aa charilablt act worthy of their nam., to give Mfdieal adriee grati, to all persons thus af flicted, who apply by letter, with description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, Ac.,) and it caaea of exrteme poverty and suffering, to furnish Medh etnes fre f ehrge. Th Howard Association It a btnevolent Inttltoliot, established by special endowment, for the relief of Its sick and distressed, afflicted with "Virulent and It-Identic Diseases." It haa now a aurplus of meant, (hick th. Director, have voted to expend in adverliiinf Ihs above notice. It la needleas to add that the Auocls tlon commands the highest Medical skill ef the sge,ss4 will furnish the most approved modern Ireatmeot. Juat published, by the Association, a Report 00 SprP matorrhefa, or Seminal YYeakneas,the vies of Ooanlia, Maaturbation or Self Abuse, and other diseases if Ik. Sexual Organs, by tht Contulting Burgeon, which viS be aent by mail, (In a sealed envelope,) fret of sharp, on the receipt of two sttaips for posttge. Address, Dr. GEO. R. CALHOUN, Consulting Sarress, Howard Association, No. (South Ninth street, 'bill dclphla, Pa. By order of the Directors, Etna D. II tABTWtil, Pre.ld.nl. GBO.rAiioniLB, Secretary. FebS-ly-ilT Chancery Court at Plkevllle, Tens. Benjamin F. liridgman, v. John Lea, Kaney Lea, Henry Mixer, Aaron Miser, John Mirer, Elizabeth Mraer, Kaney Mizer, Michiel Mizer, el at. AND it appearing from the allegations is the complainant's bill, thst th short named defendants are all non-residenlt of Ihs State of Tenneaaee, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athens Post, a newspaper published in thetownof Athtst, Tenn., for four successive weeks, requiritr, the defendants to appear and antwtr.ts oath, the eomplainant't bill on, or beforslbt third Mondty of March nest, or tht bill will be taken, for eonfetted, and the cauts set lot hearing ex parte as to them. a c. Norwood, a i n. Jan 15, 1858-4t-prs fee 3-486 New Goods Late Arrival! SK. REEDER. (one door North of ikj old "Athens Hotel.") has reoeirtd t4 opened a large and well selected attortaest of , . FA LI. AND Tit'lNTEIt CJOODSl aiubracing a variety adapted to th setto and to the wants of the country; towhicMS invites the attention of his friendt ssd tk publio. Without deeigning to boatt, ht thisM be ean safely say that his stock is tqnsl, 11 not superior, to any brought to this "srs lie also has a good supply of GROCERIES. Hardware, Queensware, Cutlery, 4c, All of which be it disposed to sell nn lT0' as reasonable and accommodating at tht Is" of telf preservation will admit of. Nov. la, 1857 tf, Notice to Shippers of Freight. TtABtrOBTATtOB DsrAtTB tsvE.Ttts -A OA. P I. Athena, Aug. t.lS'- Tn IS Oomptny wllldell ver any Freights 'I" ,M to their Depots, In a reasonable '"""h,, terminus nf their Road al Dalle lo the owaert w 4 agenta (not onr.,) Ih.y paying charge, as per tn receiving tha freight, on day of arrival at "J'f, A,, t Company does not propose either le st "', deliver to the Western A Atltntlc Rail l"?f (t. awnere have made arrangements with salt aea eelve the tame. Cart cannot be detained beys hours for tranahlpmenl or ttoragt. .uitvlt I" Tn making shlpmenla at above evervfaear 17 power of lha oflloere of the Company will M to .hlppere. Beyond Hi end of their rllt lb7 do eontrnl nd issaata no responsibility- Tr,,i. Aug l-tf-l6 .C.JACS0N.SuplT IIEHIOVAI- Saddle, Bridle and Harne si H'of Sid oih . ...... riHEtuhtcrlber would return his slneersf r-. I the public generally for the ".'Jr'tlte age he haa reeelved.and honea by ''?"" bu.lneaa to merit a eonlnaanr. of lh. a.m. , lie nae juat reiurnea maoots""" ttock of materials, which enabblas hi to ai f,. tny artlcl In hit tin with P"""' T " o( alleolor. Ilog.sklns for seating. Knam. led Uathw at (M, .j ai-i-. n.i.ii. no. mirmn Iront,n v artlclea, fdr sale low down for eat.. ,ll0rt' He keep, eonatantly 0. hand a f S- Saddle. Rridl... Whin.. o. !. Ing elsewhtra.oa th Squre, J. 4TIf- Boyi-I rtoret. , Athens, Aprim,!.