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' - X -I I L 13 1 V: AYER'S . CHERRY lS PECTORAL, A q tOR fUl S4F1 09M Off . ' ' feaiwrmft, tots. Ifcm, IMi. Te. J.a Are: leabeelutoeey efce eot rwimdy 1 huts ever fMd fcc Onaghe, Hfswseeets, Infleenan, Mil the oneenwilteiit TpCoaiof a Ordd, favour OlIMIT PMTTOHAb. ItSCOMtWlt M hi my ymeUm awd my family frr the hat 0 f am years Ml mown it io Mwua nips- a i a rter Ttrtof tor the treatment of theea lM MpUlaM. MHNN KNIUHTtM.D. A.B. MORTLlY.We,cf Uvioa, N. T-wrttsei "I fcave meed yowr Moral myself Mid In my family mr sloee frm lateati ft, and believe k the beat B!Wn for 111 mrpow rr ui imi. With a hnd cold I should sooner My twMrty-ftve doMas for bottle Uia. do without It or lake any other rstaedy." Croap Wkoopiar Coaffh Inflaeain. HiMwniu, Mm rb. T, IRcA tannee Arams I will clteerfully certify your Moral fa ths beat remedy we enssose for Use eura of whooping Ditch, erovp, and Uia chest dlssw of children. W a of ywor frnUralty In lha Bovth appreciate year skill, jmI aunuwnd yow nOiotaa to em ponpt. UIIUN CON KM, If. D. AMOS LfiR, Sao Noimur, 1, writes, N Jan., lMft I awl a tetlieve Inflaenaa, which confined ma In door is wwki: took many medicines without rallf fnally triad yonr Vetorol by the advice of our clergyman. The rat dnee relieved the sornness In my throat and Inngs Urn than ona half tha buttla ma4a mm completely well. Yonr nfdldiM art tha cheicat as well aa tba beat wo can bny, and wa aalaatn vou, Dootar, and your remsllos, m Uia poor mu'i friend. Attkoui or PhthlilOf ant Broochst. Wsrr MAaunnTim, Pa, Veto. 4, IKoo. ftat Toor Cherry Jcinral hi performing marvelloaa earea In thla arctiou. It baa relieved aareraT from alarm lug aympionia of eoniamptkm, and la now carina; a man whu baa labored nuoer an affection of tlw Innfa for tha laat forty years. uknhk a fAnn.5, narcnajti. A. A. RAMSRT, M. D., Atmof Mmraoa f low, wriua, Sept. 0. IfWVft : On ring; my practice of many year I have found nothing aqaal to ynnr Chirp Vofarat for tlvin aaaa and rMr to oonanmptlro patianto, or raring aueh m are curable." Wa might add Totnmaa of evidence but tha moat eon rlndng proof of tna rtrtom of this ramady It found la II affeeta npon trial. Conaamptlon Frebably no ona ramady baa ever Dam known which cured ao many and mch dangerous oaeea aa this. Soma no human aid can ranch; bnt even to toon tba Cnarry itcferoJ affords relief nod comfort. Arroa Hotma, Niw Yoai Cm. March t, IMA, Doeron A Tin. Iiowiu.: I fori It a dnty and a plmsnra fo Inform you what your Cherry Drioml has done for my wife. She had been Ave months laboring under the dan Kerens symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid wa could procure cava her Blurb relief. She was steadily fail lose, nntil Dr. wnn. of this city, whore we bate come for advice, recommended trial of your medicine. We blcea bis kindness, as we do your skill j for she has recovered from that day. She la not yet as strong aa the need 10 be, bnt Is free from her cough, and calls herself waiL Your with gratiiude ami ridf .. , 0HLA.NDO 6likUiV,0 BottSTTTU. OnstrainhVr. do sot despair till yon have tried ATtVf Ohbhrt pBrroBAk It fa made by one of Uta best medical eAienih)te In the world, and its cure all a round iu U-peael tha bi.h merits of hw virtuos. VkxLuitiphtA UJgrr. Ayert Cathartic Pills. TUB sciences of Chemistry and Medicine hare been tamed their utmost to produce this beat, trnwl perfect purgative which fa known to man. Innumerable proofs are shown that three Piua have virtues which surpass in eiosUence tna ordinary medicines, and that they win no pm-edentedly upon the esteem of all men. They are safe and pleasant to take, bnt powerful to cure. Their pene trating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify tha blood, and eipal disease. They purge out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disor dared organs iototbslr natural action, and import healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do they euro the every-day complaints of every sody, but also formidable and dangerous diseases that hare baffled she beat of human skill. While they produce powerful effects, they are at the Mine time, In diminished doses, tha safest end best physio that can be employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being pursly vegetable, are free from any risk of barm. Cures have been made which surpass belief wore they not sub stauttsted by men of such exalted position aud character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certify to the public the reliability of my remodiHs, while others hare aant me the assurance of their conviction that my Preparations contribute Immensely to the relief of my sfflicted, suffering fsl low-men. The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratia my American Almanac, containing directions for their use and certificates of thfir cores, of the following complaints: Costlveneas, Fill Ions Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Heedru-lie arising from a foul stomach, Nan sea, Indlgeslioa, Murbid Inaction of the Bowels and I'ain arising therefrom. Flatulency, boas of Appetite, all Ulcer ous and Cutaneous Dinenses which require an evacuant aesdirlna, Serolula or King's KvlL They also, by purify ing the blood and stimulating the system, cure many complaints which ft would not be supposed tboy could rvttcb, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neurafgln and Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Liter and Kid neys, Gout, and other kindred oomplalnte arising from ft low state or the body or obstrucuu of its functions. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with soms at her pill they make more profit on. Ask for Aiis's Pius, and take nothing else. No other they can give you compares with this In Its Intrinsic Talus or curative powers. Tits sick want the best aid there Is for tbem, tod they slwuld have It. Prepared by Dr. J. O. AYBR, Prtotioal and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. rues Hi Crs. rsa Bx. Firs Boise roa $1. SOLD BY 0. W. ROf)8, Attu'tis; GUILPOIil) CANNON, MadisonTills ; And by all dealer lu Medicines. Jan 8-1 y-4W ITIOI SE CltEUK. Male and Female Academy. WE, the undersigned, of the Committee or Board of Trustees appointed to superintend the build ing of s School House at Muuse Creek, Mc.Mion county, Tennessee, aud to employ a suitable Teacher, and su perintend the wholesome management of a School at that place, take pleasure In announcing to th sub scribers aud public generally, that the building Is finish ed, or so nearly so that a School may be commenced. We have, after much pains to select a competent teach er, employed Professor AI.KXANDKR A. NKWMAN, a native Hast Tennesieean.wlio comes to us recommend ed us a tchutar. a gentleman, and a christian. The flrat session of this Institution will commence on Monday, tns aotn tust. Tftrms, at the rarfa per 8Min 0 to uetbt : Spelling, Reading and Writing $5 Geography, Arithmetic, Kugliah Grammar, Composi tion and Dttrlauistlon ft Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and the above 1I Latin Grammar sod Reader lit One-half In advance and the balance at the close of the session. Contingent fee (In advance,) flu oents. Boarding, In good houses convenient to the School, (wanning and lights extra) per week, fl.Sfl. Mo nunll permitted to enter the School without a tick et signed by J. II. statin, Treasurer. No deduction for lost time, except in cuse of protracted sickness. We will mentton, for the benefit of those unacquaint ed with the locality of thla institution, that it Is situated shout sts miles North of Athens, In the beautiful Mouse Creek valley, near the summit of the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad, some nine hundred feet higher than the city or riiiuxvill. in the deed to our Acade my lot we hure the water privilege to a beautiful Spring, near me ueuu lountain 01 the pure umesione waters 01 little Mouse Creek. A more healthy location, perhaps, eould uot be found (11 Kast Tennessee. We intend to use our utmost endeavors to build up a good School, and Invite the attention of parents and guardian to our advertisement. As our building Is now near a state of completion, we respectfully request the subscribers who have not set tled to call upon J. II. Magill, Treasurer, and pay their subscription. L. R. HURST, J AMIS WILSON. ctJ-4f-474 - J. 11. MAGM.L, A Store House and Lot for Sale In IHorganlon. rTHB Store House and Lot formerly owned -L by Lawrence, Howard A Co., located in business part of th town, is now offered for sal on accommodating terms. Any per son wishing toougaga in th mercantile holi ness will find Morgantnn good location sur rounded by a riob and produotiv eountrv. and but two business houses, where are kept up a stock 01 goods, in tne place. Apply to M. JON ES, Morganton, Tcnn. Jan S2. 18o8-2m-487 Notice. A IsL whom Indebted to U Ute Arm of p. II. R KITH A CO., mr hereby notlAed that furtlur U.du licence caii mot be extended to them. The leuul rciireittntKtivtse of P. II. Keith, deu'd, ha f directed tlit the builuni f aeid firm be cloaat up without further delay. We have no dieeretioN about It, Now pleaae vay what rou 1 are owing aald firm, and eare youriolvee eoati.audua the unleaaant duty of placing- your notet lu the hand. 01 a ooiwcnng onwer. a. ii. hkitii, Oct U, lH&7-tM7ft ' A. BARTA1N. Committed to Jail . IN Washington, Rhsa co.. Ten nessee, on th d day of November, 1807, a NiSUllU MAR, who says his 1 nam la John, and that h belonirs I to James Shalton, of Bmvth eonntv. Virginia. Said bov la about 8ft vears told, about nv leet ten Indie huh. . and wenrhs about 175 or 180 lbs., and dark olur. Tb owner of said slave is request cd Ut aoru forwM, prove property, pav . charge aid tali him away, or he will be dealt with as tn law directs. . KL1JAU L. ttUDD, Jailor. " TT.iv. HjiH,-if 477 ' saHAMfsl ult'I.E. On of (hsrns's RKss for sj.- as -, ' ' anWMTMB as INoWBAflCfi CAPITAL ENLABuKD. wife? InoorporM4 ISlt. Ch.rUr Perp.ta.1.. Cash Capital, V2 $ 1 ,000,000, A880LUTI AND UNIMPAIRED I Burplua, S4BB.10B XXi W Itk th. rMll(J Kt yr' raectM u .iprleoc.. Ifef tFQt f . x. sairs, am., sau'l maoa, josrfw ouracH, aoar. bvhuh m. a. tittlb, a. vuwsa, . a- a. sm-aaLST, a. Mamaa, a. o. ain.sr, B,a.WAan, a. a. puatt, a.dcrhan, o. r. PAvia, . aiLLTaa, s. auuunosji, w. aansr, o. a. asAiHASo. Tvrs. A. ALKXANDKR, Vies Pnt. TUOH. K. BRAt'K, Ja., 9t-c'y. J. U. lu:NNKTT,Oenl Agent, Inanrca against the PERU, Or IXLAKD NAVIGATION. At aa heral rules and rales as risks assumed permit of for solvency and f ilr prnAi. Especial attention paid to ISfTRANrF OF DWELL INOt, FA KM PHOI KKTY, Ol'T-llL'll.DINUS AND CON TK NTS. Hurh tnsurl for periods of three to Ave years on the most favorable terms. LOS 8 IS IQUITABLT ADJUSTED Ain PROHPTLT PA in. LOSSES PAID, $10,437,312 84. - If wealth, with a stead v and prompt attention to a legitimate Insurance buaineee, and the execution of contracts In geod faith, have Inducement with the pub lie In selecting their underwriter we refer them for test of quality and our claim to their patronage, to record of past services, tendering their continuance with Increasing anility and facilities In future. Choice Frst Class Indemnity may be eitecteu without delay, witb thi well known and able corporation, through (1KO. W. ROSS, Jgmtt Athens, Teun. Oct ya-8m-474 County Court Ittcltf Inn County Tcnn James Walhn and John Wall id, va Tha Heirs of Elizabeth Wall in, deceased. petition for Sale for Partition. f"T appearing from the atlttgat iona In the L hill, which Is sworn to, that Thomas Wnl lin, John W'nllin, Jes Wallin. Isano Wall in, Sarah Igo, formerly Sarth Wallin, Nancy nllin, who marneri Pan 1 walhn, James Wallin, Jr., Juhn Wallin, Jr , Kliza Jane Wal lin, Nancy Wallin, 41 n tiki 11 Wnl I in, and Mary Ann Wallin, are non-rcsideiita of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication he made in the Athena Post, a newspaper published in the town of Athens. Tennessee, for four successive weeks, reqtiir inn said non-residents to appear at the April term, 135S, of the County Court for MoMinn county, Tennessee, at the Court house in Athens, and men and there plead, answer or demur to said petition, or the same will he set for heanug ex parte and decreed accord injfly. WM. GEOItGE, Clerk. he I. 13, 185S-4t-rrs tee 4-490 nnBT ahhivatj. DEADERUK L L01VRY, HAVE Just received aud ojiencd their large and well selected stock of Fall and Winte Goods! consisting of a Tnrlety of articles, embracing a general asxortnient of Dry Goods, Groceries, Ready-made Clothing, Hats and Crips, Boats and Shoes, Ladle) lancr Dmi 4ood of every description to an examination of all which they invite tne community. iept 'id IOIMAM HILL Male and Female Academy, Mo tine Creek Mc.lltun co., Teuu 'THK unrlerftgned, Trustees, take pleasure In an 1 nouncing to the frlemln of this Institute, and Die public generally, tliat their house Is now completed, and that they have eugnged the services 01 fro tensor J. II, BloHOl, of Va., who comes highly recommended by 1'resident E. K. Wiley, of Emory and Henry Colleire, as a thorough KngUsh, to h the ma tic al and class leal tuholnr, of good moral and religious reputation. Having spent a great portion of hi life in the instruction of youth. uiey teei no nesuancy in saying mat air. msnop pos sesses all the reuuUite qualifications of such an In structor as will assuredly result In the advancement and improvement of tlone committed to his cre. The Institute is situated In the midst of a beautiful irrove. on a small eminence and near a fine spring, one-fourth of a tulle North of Mouse Creek Depot. T ie First Session wilt commeuce on MouUay. the Sth any 01 reuruary next. RATES OP TriTIOV. PerSeMinnnfX tctrktptiithle me-hatf in advance th balance at th elm 0 tht ion : Orthogruphy, Heading, Writing and Arithmetic,.. f 5,00 Arithmetic, Oeogritpliy, Gnimmer, I'liilosuphy, llmtory, Coniiioaitmn and Decltimntion 8.00 Phvdicilogy, Astronomy, Geometry, Alifehra, Hur- v:ylng and and lusher branches of iiuthematics.in.no Lnnguages and Be1les-Iettera 1'2,H) Hoaritinsln good tumllies, convenient to the Acade my, for the sum of $I.'A per week, washiugextra. No student admitted without a ticket signed by David Seal, Treasurer. No student admitted for less than half ses sion, and no deduction for lost time except in cases of protracted sickness. J. V. HI1KKMAN, r.. l a 1 r,, W. A. fTKPIIEXS, DAVID NKIL, Jan 9-8m-iS9 J. N. DELZKLL. Celebrated Flouring Mill. GRINDING and Bolting at a aitifrla opera lion. 3 inch Stone Price 750 will turn out 50 bbla, per day. 80 inch Stone Price f 700 will turn out 40 bbla, per day. Thie Mill ie the cheapeat, moat liniple, du rable and compaot, requiring lean power, lew attention, and makee a larger yield ani bet ter quality of Flour, than any other in tiae or for aale. Mille can be seen running at Kingi ton. We also manufacture a very atiperior Corn and Feed Mill upon the eauie prinoiple If any man will furnish me the power to that I can run a i'l inch puller 860 timee a minute, with 8 inch band, I will put np the Mill and run it SO daye if he will furnish me aa much Wheat aa I can grind In that time. at 1 per buahel and take the Flour at ( per barrel, I will give him the Mill for the net proAta, after paying for the Wheat and all the expense of running, and leave the Mill in as good repair a It wns at the beginning. Address uiua. 1). .Mcr.LW trc, Atno-afoH, Teun. References as to responsibility: Athens. Chattanooga, and Kingston. (9 The above Mills can also be purchased of 0. L. KINO, JiicnilU, Tenn. Jan 1, 1838-m-48 Shoals anil Quicksands of Youth. Jat PublUhed,th 8d Edition. ON Spermatojrhea or Seminal Diieasea, A cletitina Treat ite on the treatment and perfect cure of Nervous Debility, Semi nal Weakneta, Involuntary Entiaitona. imKtence, Ac, reaalting from vleloue bablte acquired uuriuf tne critical puaage rrom xouui to aiauhood BI UK. VUlitKKTVKLb. Member of the Royal College of SurKeona of England, iiBV.,isicenuaie oi tne nail, (IBM,) aud so years Keaident Practitioner in London ; Author of the 'Guide to Health," "Mreeo Book," "How to he Hap py," "Memoir! of Single and Married Life," Ao Thii email, but highly valuable Treatise, written by a world renowned Physician and Surgeon, points out the only sure and neitnanent eurt for all diseases re sulting from self-abuse, and Is the only publication of us Kina written id a nenevoient spirit and ny a sclen tide man. It should be in the hands of all who Talus their life and health and happiness here and hereafter. Price IV cents, or 4 stamps, at the receipt of which It win ne seni, pust free, and well secured, by ur. VU KLINK, No. i 1st Aveout, Box iStto. Ne W York. OMU ly 4I MOFFAT'S Xj Z-X" 29 2P X Xj X 0 AP Phcenlx Bitters. TIIK best FAMILY MKDIC1NI now before the pub He, for the oure of tfcrofula, Ulcers, Scurvy, or Rrunlluna ssf (ho kllrln Vasirsa ssnil l.ns ltu...i. Urepsy, aaJ in fact mostdisewts soon yield to their rati a rupcruea. It has been eomnuted that dnrlntv tha laat twntt. Ave years uowartis of Four Mlilioua of dmidiu hav been benefited by the wee of these medicines; a fact which speaks volumes In favor of their curative proper ties a single trial will place thess beyond the reach of eoinpetinou m me estimate or every patient. By their use the Blood is restored to a healthy state and freed from eJl lintMJ.rit.ee. Tlie Hilem la nol wmdaatui durino their operation, but Invigorated, anal they require uo restraint from business or pleasure. The afBiuted have in these Medicines a remedy that wm wo ior inem au that medicine can possibly etTect. Freiare4 by W. B. Moffet. 14. D., rroprletor, New tun, Fur sale In Athens by - 0Et. W ROSS. lint-ly-im . t 9B0. Xj. aiXjiiXiapixii WITH imiiiiia w. ,. mm. .. ...,iti .. ma, T. A W. fit KIN & CO., raroimtM ..ft wnm.Mji.t m 11 km in MIR I CI N AKU DODIKITIO 48 PablM ft0r., lija or jrnt, jtn.t) WITH CLARK, HYDE A CO., (Mocessors to AoMsrxOf, Ryt d Ctmrk,) Manor iMroarsas or Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &o. No. 189 MMtlng ttrMt, nearly onpoilt. Ch.rl.aloa lloi.l, CIIARLEMTOIV, n. C. BO.mt 1. OLAIII.,.IIII.nK BTDIt ..AROIIIW T. ARCMMMIt Ool 8-IM71 CAMPBELL h BRIDGES, PRont'CE con mission dkai.f.ri, Suoxirllle, Tetiu. ALIj order, will be prompt! tttoncleil to and faith fully eicoutwl. Julj HI-lMllJ l.i.imi 1. a, aica. Lowe & Rice, Auction A Commission Merchants AMI Corner of Lnyd and Alabama atreeta, Allnnfra, fteorajla. ,Ooaalinmenti aollclted. march IT-ljr-444 ALIX. M. wtLtAC., w. 0. aoDiaaoif. Wallace & Robinson, General Commission Merchants, AND BBALRM IH TENNESSEK PRODUCE, A tl nn t at , CJeoratla WILL give special attention to the sate of Raeea, Lard, Flour, Whiskey, Tobacco, Ae. Consign mentsrespectfully solicited. Promptattentlon 1 Iveu to Cash orders. Agents for the sale of Stearnes A Marvin's Flre-PrajfJ Safes. mar 90-ly-l a. a. BRARnmi wit. a. raiacisco. Bearden & Francisco. PRODICR A!VD CO Ifl M I 8 S I ON 3VIoroliaxitaiv .7f.ftY,V, GEOHGM, "TTTH'L sett on commission Ilacon, Lard, Plour, Corn, m y Oats, Feathers, and Tennessee Produce gencr ally. Persons shipping to us can rely upon prompt returns. Refer to Merchants and Cltliensof Knoxvlllej Mor gan A Co., Jo. Edwards, Ja. 0. Luttrell, Comptroller, Nashville; T. J. Campbell, Cleveland; Richard C.Jark son. Athens; Long A ftmlth. Hie hard II. Campbell, Ren. Chandler A Co., C hattanoogs. Feb S0-tf-44B J. T. Sl WM. 0. W00TT0N, (8Hcv4orn to Wovtton rf flolimeatf,) Commission Merchants, Cotton Arena lACON, C. A., WILL pay strict attention to all consignments from Northern Georgia and Tennessee. And IT prompt returns deserve any credit they hone to share a portion, at leant, of the puhlfc patronage. Liberal advnnccs made on goods In store, If rimired. JOn T. WOOTTOM WILLIAM II. WOOTTOg. march 2T-ly-A44 John L. M. French & Co., GENVL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, fllimjIOOCA, TENS, march 8-tf-Hl P. D. GATES, pnoDirr An con mission MoroliAuts No. 12 Broadway New Y ork, DEALER In Agricultural Implements and Machine ry. Pole Agent for the sale of Wheeler, Mellvk A Co's Horse Powers and Threshers; Combined Thresh ers snd Winnowers and other machines, in East Ten nessee. Also, General Agent for their sale In the South. ern States. Orders promptly executed for any kind of Machinery or Merchandise. CensignmentSHolicltcd of all kinds of gouthern Produce. Jan IO-Iy-484 Robertson, lludson & Pulliani, importers a so Joan ana nr D H Y Gr O O D ffiT No. 20 Murray and S3 Warren street, Corner 0 Church ttreet, New York a ten a nr s. nnarrrsos, sorkht w. pullum, CUAtUJUt C. UI'IMMIN, WILLIAM D. RANKIN. Of Viratnto. Of Jv. Carolina, PLBAHANT M. CR ttOU IILSS, 1 MCOII M'O. M KLhATtl. Tennee. U. CSAIOHILKS, Aug 2!My-4U 0YATT, McBURNEY & CO., DIRRCT IMPORTRSB AMD WROl.RSALS DRALKH8 IN Foreign &DoraesticDryGoods, No. 87 llayne Btreet, CharlcNlon, S. C, B. HTATT, WM. RASHRLTtSB,, WM. M'SORMKr,...A. L. OILLBSPIS,., Juneft-ly-402 ..AUOCSTDSO WTLT, AUB, rUSTSR. HARD WARE. COUKTX HY, TENN EXT CO., D1RKOT IMPORTERS OF Hardware. Cutlery. Guns, Pistols, dtc, No. 85 IIavnk sm k rt, CHARLESTON, S. C. WILLIAM 0. UOUITNET. OIIBXRT TKNNANT. J AM ICS B. EVANS. June 17. '88 tf 247 GILLILANDS,HOWEL &C0i, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods No. 88 Hayne street, CHARKESTVJS; . C. N. B. Bolting Cloths always on hand. Wat. . OtLMLAND, SinNKT 8. UOWSLU W. D. OILI.ILAND. IAHF.SR. NIOnOLS. Oct. 81.1851 tf JAMES OILLILAND 161 J. A. A !V S Ij 15 Y, OKNFRAT. CommlNHlnn and Produce jnorchant, Office on Broad atreet, oppoilte Union Bank. iViiffuasta, 3rsmm WILL (rlTe prompt and permnnl attention to the ale of Un con, l.ard, Grain, Flour, Cotton, and all article! of Merrhaodlws contipied to Mm. Alto, to mc lorwaminpr 01 uoihii ior ine interior and northern mameti at tne cuitomanr rates. Liberal HdvitnretB. (. ther In ennh or by acceptance!, made on article in atort or wtien blllii of lading accompany draft a. mrKamcm: naicer, nucnx t Co.; M.t B. Wllltlneon; 3. C. Fariro, "Caehler," Aufniota, Oa. Hand, William! A Wilcox; Thoa. Trout A Co., Charleston. 8. O. Wm. Dun can; Taddelford, Fny k Co.; F. T. Willis. Savannah, Ga. gturiret, Bennett A Co., New York. J. C. WHnon A Co.; 1). fnisrl Bon, Hnltlmore. Wood k Isow, New Orleana. 0. B. Welhom, Dalton.Oa. Grenvllle A Sample, Chat tanoofa, Tcnn. Bearden, Son k Co., Knoxvllle, Tenn, S. K. Reeder, Athene, Tenn. W. Shapard k Co.; Berry k Demevllle. NaaliTllle, Tenn. Nov. v4, 'M tf 819 .. O. noBHBO S4T. tor 7ntuMir,) ' with WESSON & COX, stASnSAOTDBUS AXD waoLSSALB DIALiaS II Boots and shoes, Na. 16 Courtland street, (nesr Brosdwsjr.) RtuAaa.wtasna.l NEW YDRK. tuwss.se onx, f Alar lHr-451 W. E. HALL. M. IS., ATHENS, TOOT., "mXT"'1' five his sttantlon to the practice ef Heili- V V ciiib. umr.a gouUi of the Vriil(s. January 80, ISM. 48 M. R. MAY. Iff. D.. SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, ATHENS, TENN.. "OESPECTFULLY tender hi professional 1 i services to the public. Jan. 1. 1 , , I DR. J. L. ATLEE, PhyaslolMn i Surceoo WILT, sjtvs his enllrs sttentioa to the practice ef Medietas. Office at the resides of Ihs late Wm. r. Kcllli. su, I II. K. DODSO, D. D.S.. 9ur Keou XJ o xa. 1 sas t . ufaoe eorasr of Ooose and Meadow streets, C'levclansls Tessa. ' Dental Material far sale. (May MMH N T I fl T C. A. JORDAN, DEKTiaT, ffniNDCRR his serTless to th. nublls ta all the va jl rtous nranoa.. or bis proissstoa. KstrasliniTstlitl.eseK. Tha cash is considered duo, la verv tnstanee, when tns wnra is uons. Ofllcs ons door North of Ihs (tors of the lata r. Bofd, Eh. Jul M-u-fTl I. . Tirtn, . d w. w. ii niKima, o. v. DRS. TAYLOR A ALEXANDER, iOffi osw door North-veil 0 the Stat BanJt,) WILL devote their attention exclusively and aa Sfdnouslv to the duties of their nrofesslon onS of whom may at all times be found at their office or re spective residences, when not profession ally absent. Dr. A. will give particular attention to the departments of Sttrgnry and 4Httr4e. When one has charge of a ease and the presence or the other shall be required, he will attend without additional charge. Novtf-W . F. B0GART, M. D., went wafer Tetin.i WIl.L give his undivided attention to (he practice of Medicine, la its various departments. Orrtoa -Former) v ocennled hv Itr. Hlalr. where ha may at all times be found unless professionally absent. J. JL BLAIR, J. G. PARSH1LL, BWKKTWATKR, TEXtf., AS80CIATI Practitioners of Medicine, WILL ,lr. their entire attention to the nrartlce of Medicine In all It. hr.nnhe.. The attention nf both will . irlven when neee.Mr.r, without extra charge. mci ano.e etaira at Brown A iiowan'a. Not t7-dm-47o W. H. A R. C0IJJXS. Associate Trayeling Dentists Address. Bulphnr Snrtma. JnlylMf Rhea county, Tenia. W. n. BRI1XT, A- ttornoy a t Xi a "vr, Alhnnn, Tenn, AnlX attenit nrnmptlT to the rollcetlne And aernrlnff of rlaime, and will aire hi. undlriileH attention to all hulne. enlrn.trd to hl care, 111 MrMInn anil the urrounillnicountlea. Julj 17-tf-t0 c. n. NEAI., Attorney nt Xj a. w, jVladlnntiTMIp, Trnn., Vn t paaellee In th. Owortl of Monroe, M-Wm,. P'"nt and Pola. roar 15-tM.M "J""ow"j l.t. cnnai MadlmttUl,, Tnn. Atom, Ttin. BROWN A COOKE. Attorneyai a. t Xj n. w Ann SOLICITOR l.v CHJUS'CKHV, Wll.t. practlreln the Chancery and Circuit Onrta , ,ln,,L' ""in'1" of Monroe, MrMInn, Polk, Hrail ley, lel., Roane and Blonnl, and In the Supreme and Federal Court, at Knoxvllle. jan sa-tf-ng WILLIE L0WRY, A ttoruoT n. t Tm as. nr. JanJ-tf AllunuTenn. Ann FRANK, S. niLE, Attornoy . t Uaw, Alhrtaif., Trnn. Office np atalrt In the Court-houae. ,ept U-1 JARNAGIN A CALDWELL, Attornoya At Xj n, w, Athvns, Tcnn. MILTOM a. ARttAdllf A.OALSWILL. April 20-tf-MS GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. rRACTICESin the different conntieaenm. L posing the Tliird Juilicinl Circuit will attend to the collecting and securing of claims iiu win Kiv. in. uuuiviuua attention loan bnsinessentrusted to hisoare. March 2. 1819 tf 28 "huwphreys"house7 Hiioxvlllf Tenn. II. II I' Jl V II IC K V H nhS lessed for s term sf years Hie larjre nw flrlrk Building: just completed for n Hntl, slIuHtvd within a few yunlnof the hm-enger I'lairtirm, frontlns; the Depots of both the KtintTennessee snd Gcorftin and Ksst Tennessee and Virginia Kail Koails, about the snme dlNtnnee from earh and inch nearer and more con venient to the Road than any other Hotel, besides s snvltis; of Hack or Omnihu. hire, 1'nBHenprers who wlh tn tske the Ptatre for Montvate 8nrinirs,nr to Kt-nturky, hy way of Clinton, will be call ed for pruinptly, every dtsirture for either place, by the St 11 (res. The Proprietor does not ttiliik It necessary to say lie has kept a I'tiMir llmise aiy where, as sometimes old dornmrnt are dan parous thins;, lit Is dfterminfd on making this a com torts.) le House for tit one who mnv give him s call. July l-tMttt F Ij O Y X) XX O USE Ilacn tia. rriHIS House Is now open for the accommodation of the traveling puhllc, nd particularly for those navmg uuamess 10 i ran unci in Miicon, as it IS central II. P. rtKDDINO, Proprietor. marc)i27-tf-44l U.K. DKX8K, Superintend. union xi ouaia. FortMrly Rati Road ouie,) Atlipiut, Tcnn., By J3- X. G(rlsol3irS. THE proprietor respeuifiilly announces to the public that he tins recently refitted and refurnished the above House, and thut he will use his utmost endeavor to make it the traveler's home. His table will bs sup piled with the best the country affords, lit) hones ! unremitting attention loeomfort of his guests to merit snd receive a llberalshare of patronage. jan2o-tf-3S8 WlllTFIKI.il llUCiSi: D ALTON', OA. vplIF undersigned takes this method of Informing the traveling nublio and others wlsbine hrt,,r,l nr i,..i. ing.tbnt helm, purchased the large White House, known as the "Whitfield House," formerly occupied by R. R. Snsseen, and ia now in oharge of the same and prepared to accommodate all who may call upon hhn. His table will b. furnl.hed with the best that the market affords. April 8-Iy-445 M. 0. MARTIN. 33X1113 O-USI XX O XT S 33. Till K above named House, situated within a short . distance of the Athens Depot, is now open tor the reception of travelera. Persons traveling on the Rust Tennessee and Georgia Rail Road, and stopping St Athens, will find this House more conveniently situated than any other. The aubscrlber pledges himself to use hi. utmost exertions to give satisfaction and to render comfortable all who may favor him with their patron age. Athens, Dec l-tf-4DO J AS. 8. 11UIDUES. IjHUTY'B SOTBTj. HH DO, Tllivw. THIS well known Home htk been newly fitted up with bedding, furniture, Ac. The undersigned haa taken charge of it, and In announcing himself for the puhlle DAt ron Hire aski '-the tree to be tested bv Its fruit' ni pledges highsvlf, by an asiiduous attention and a due regard for the comfort and tastes of his guests, they shall he cured for and nirnlshed with the heat th cmm. try affords. He has also connected with the house the large stable, sheds and lot, of Mensrs. Taylor, Bridges A jo., arm " m ne ircnmi in iiihi line. Janll-St-881 WM. M. ALEXANDER, Proprietor, SI ;AII. Coffee, Isoverlng's Fine Golden Hvrnp (the best that la miade In the world,) Rice, Soda, Starch, Manilla Hope, Pupper, Spice and Ginger, Just received anu mr saie oy tuctxti) u, W. RUsa. Cil'S4r: nicest Cislltr. 1 li.ve l.i.tra eelvail a lars. lot nf Nos. 3,8, snd A. and will sell them cheap for cash. Those wishing them will do well ra give nia a can. ucue u. w. nunc Threshers, I WODDD Inform person! wanting Threshers that I bave several dliTerent ityUs of Hone Powers, such as I think equal, If not snpertor. to snv In the eountrv. Persons wishing any thine of the kind will call at tha Athens Voui dry wltere tht machines can be seen. There Is a gnat saving to frsons purchasing where they canh f the use of the patterns In case any paeo or the mtm a snou:n break. Vail ani see. 1'ricrt moderate. Jan o-tf C. ZlMMKRuAN, Wheat Wanted. fflMR suhscriher wishes a targe quantity .of good I Mvrchaiitalil. Wheat, for which he will par tha highest market price. JuljUl) 8. K. HEKDKR. SY It 1" P. Stuart's Steam Refined (lolti.n H.trrun, for sale bv Nov. 18 8. K. HKKUtK. Wheat and Flour. TIIK subscribers have completed the most perfect arrangement that can be made for the sale of Wheat and Flour, and during the remainder of this year will devote Uteur attention almost exclusively to the sale of these two articles, and they ean say to their patrons, with certainty, that they will realise as much net money by shipping here as to any market beyond Atlanta, and will do It with less risk and in shorter time. As to the peculiar advantages of our market everyone Is familiar who knows Its locality. We will acoept SO days hills on Wheat, payable here or at Angusta, for three fourths the value of shipments, accompanied by Hall Road receipts. We think It ad visable for shippers of Flour to draw most of their bills at 4A and flo days, as more time is required for tha sals ef Flour than for Wheat. Ity reference to our weekly reviews ef the market, published In the Tennessee pa pers, you ean always know accurately what these arti cles arewurtb. SKAGO, ABBOTT A CO., General Ooinmlsslop Merchants, Atlanta, Ga.. Aug T, 185T-tf OOO Svi.asli.olAS PcDnsylyanla Clover Seed. A I the season ef the year for sowing Clover Beed (and the best of all others for securing a sure and heavy stand) is now at hand, we offer a rare obance for aecurlug an article that will give satis faction. We re commend this lot of Bead particularly te tits farmers of trv'tittter ViMUy. Kend eu your orders and wa will send yon tha Seed, I suvm' and firh. Tkhhs or (Uia rtf. Rovxvl1IteVpt.tl,ltlbT. ttAUt A Jitl'UEKttON. Ijsvte) aVs-x-l-wT-41. SEHORN bu nORNSDY'S " vtni art k& tttlll las the rial nnfl ninlak. i HHV1NO just received and opend a fresh snnplv of GOODS, to which they invite the attention of their friends and customers. They deem it unneceeaary to give a detailed list of articles, and will content themselves with eunmeratlng a few of the leading ones. and assuring the public that the balance will be fortheoming when called for. For the facts in the case, lust call over and examine for yourselves. We have Fine Hold English Lever, Patent Lever and Cylinder 'Watches) Fins Hi) ver English Lever, Patent Lever and Cylinder Watches Hunting-case and Open Faced. wilt wntcitei; jjiipiex w atones Fine Gold Pens, of all prices; Ladies Breast Pins, and Ear Bobs and Rings, of the latest patterns; Cuff Pins; Bracelets. Aa. In fast, we have the largest and best assortment of Jewelry ever offered in thie market. Coiifvctiosiarlr. A good aasortment of Candies, Nuts, Rni- snns, tigs, Ac. Bom more or tltose tine Cheese; Spioed Oy.tera, and rackers. rl.NE CIIKWINM TOHACCU. SEOAltS, of all brands and qualities. Hosiery. Ac. Ladies Hose lambs' wool, worsted and eotton, of all colors and qnnlities ; Childrens' and Misses do.; Men's Half Hose lambs' ool, worsted and eotton. Gloves of all kinds, for both Ladies and Gentlemen. AlHtical ImtrwneHtn. Aecordeons, Flutinns, Tremblers, Violins, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, Flngenlets, Ac rftfumert. 1 'crmmcry lor the liitnuKer chief and Oils for the Hmr. Combs and Brushes, all kinds. Port Monnnies and Purses. Outt and J'iatoU. Colt's noppaters, from 8 to 6 inch, A to 6 shooters; Revolvers, Self Cocking, and Single Bariel Pistols; shot liuns. A LatatlM ofCI'jekt Thirty Ilniir. Seven and Thirty Day Clocks, Spring and Weight. J'enper, rwice, itiiiuer, ?orin, rtmls. Match es. a targe lot of Toy, and thousands of other things to. ted ions to mention all or whlcn will tie sold low down. Nov 18 Pries reilaced to H2.dU jast received and far sale by Aug O. W. H. HDUOHD Through Rates of Freight From NAMIVII.IM3 to KXtXVILLI'. AND STATIIINS ON TIIK Bail Tennenee and Otorgia Hail Iload. SUGAR, Coffee, Mulassea (in barrels,) Tobacco (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Hope and Cordage, Fiidi, Cheese, Sonn, Star and Tallow Candles, White Lead, Bar Lead (inkegs and boxes,) Pig Lend and Shot (iukegs.) Liiiiois (in barrels and caxks.) Crockery Ware (in crntes and casks,) per 100 lbs., QQo, No article entitled to this rate except those spectheu above. hhol anil I.eau in bumllps, and bottled Liquors will be charged the regular local rates ot each Kuad. All Goods from the Western cities and Ne Orlenns, for Knnxville and Stations on the Last Tennessee end Georgia Rail Road, will be forwarded free of commission when con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga lUil Koad, at Nashville, dray. age only charged, which has been contracted for at 78 oeuts per ton of 2000 lbs. Every package must have the name nf the stations 01 delivery plainly marked on it. Koads will not lie responsible for ordinaav lenknge of Liquors, Oils or Molasses, and wifl only pay for deficiency of contents when packages snow ninrKs ot violence. A bill of Freight nnid Steamers and T)rav ae will be mailed to consignees from Nash ville, showing, also, the time of arrival and departure of the goods. It. u tiAUftnwn, up i 1 flFtTenTiteeee tt Georgia Rail Road, llnrcn 18ft -tf-4l PIANO FORTES. rTHE siiliscriher ia now recivinir a new I stock of ELKGANT PIANOS from the oltlcst ami most responsible manufactories of the North, among which are 1 octave I'luin Center Pianos; 7 " Carved " " 1 " Half-carved" " 6 " Plain, a round oornersj 6, Tlain. ' " " 7 ' Grand Pinno, very heavy toned. Also, the Budoir Pinno. Also, the celebrated Corruoaltd Sounding Boards, of Boardinan, Gray A Co., which are bocoininc so vastly popular in Europe as well as America. All Pianos warranted to give satisfaction, or no sale. Also, lust received, a larpe selection of 'iao jWc rstmps, PolKas, waltzes, varia tions, Ae., etc.; Guitars and Strings; superior Melndians; Harmoniums; 1'iano btouls and Covers, Pianos tttned and repaired. The subscriber refers to gentlemen who have purchased of him, throughout East Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. These instalments are for sale at Athens and Chatlanooira. II. G. COOKE. Deo 6, 185-tf-428 ATHENS FOUNDRY ANO THE aubsoriber would respectfully an nounce to the oititena of Athens and th publie generally, that he is now lu operation and prepared to ao OASTXIVCr of everv description in his line, and would therefore sol ioit ordersfrom all those who may want anything ot the Kind. Ha ia now casting and lias for sale dif ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook Atoves, furnished ootnplete; VArioua sizes of Parlor, nine 1 late, Chamber, Ulrica and shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Watne Irons; Ploughs, right and left hand. Also, the Kilgora Spiral or Incline Water Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou sand feet per day. All kinds of 3VI AOIIINHnT fitted up in the best and most durable manner, and upon short notioe. Also, Iron Railing of every description. He is also prepared to do all kinds of Drasacasting. Th highest Cash prioe will be paid for OLD COPPER. C. ZIMMKHMAN. P. S. There is connected with th Works an excellent Pattern Maker, so that persona wishing castings can hav pattern made to order. 0. Z. Athens, Tens., July 18, 185 tf 408 Valuable Property for Sale. I AM offering for sal my home plaoe-r-a vary desirabl property consisting of about 80 aeres of choice Land, in good con ditionon which titer srs a ootufortabl and roomy Dwelling House, Kitohen, Smoke house, good Barn and Stables, Ao., and a selection of ohoios bearing Fruit Trees. Also, 160 acres of Land, situate in th West side of MoMinn county; an unimproved Lot in th town of Charleston, Bradley county, adjoining th Kail Road Depot Lot; aud a number of unimproved Lots situate hetweea th town of Athens and th Hail Road Depot. ' Terms to be agreed upon. A. D. KEYE3.' Athens, Jan I, 184-lf-m New Firm and New Goods. MARTIN, VARNELL A CO., CALHOUN, TENN., ARK receiving and opening. In their large new Store Honse, on of th largest and best seleoted stocks of . rail and Winter Oaaaa ever opened In East Tennessee. Th assort ment is complete, embracing (very thing th people need in the way of DHYQOOJiS, GROOSRlKS, QUSKXSWARS, UARDWARK, aVTLRRT, iron, arnKt, PAItTTS, OILS.ie.ic r"Th Goods were bought low, having had the advantage of the great pressure in the New York money market, and of course they will bs sold th same way. Call and see for yourselves. Oct 9-lf-47 Thrrslier ! I Worm Just Inform sll who wish ta buy Thrn.li.rs for the comlns season thatthevahonld eall and viva in th.lr orders, aa It la time Uiey were going on, snd that I am prepared to make a favorable arrasrment with all who wi.h to tuiv. . 8. K. RKfcDEH. Athens, Jan. 0, '67-tf ralr TVarninar. PERSONS Indebted to ua for good, bought prerleas to the l.t of la. t January will do well to call and pay up by the lt of October as ws will wait no longer. 80 Look out. w. O. HORTON. September 4 1 W. Rates of Through Freight ruou Charleaton, Savnnnnli, Augusta and 1L .-.. ,, TO KN0XVIM.E, AND ALL T1IR STATIONS ON TRK Vast Temeotn K U ton la Mtatl Hood. rFKOM , JlftSt CLASS- Plono Tortes, Uooks, Htnllonery, Boots, nunen, iihis, l.llUors, int., ac., in bottles.) Camiihene and Hpirlls Tur-I petilltiw (in barrel., X'arpetiiia. China. Ulata and Ola.sWHre.Cignr.fln eases,) Cloeka,Confcutionarleii,Cotton t'nrd,, Ca.k. and linxes, Dry Oood. (In box. ea and haleii,) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Phruhher;, Furs, Garden Heeds, Looking (lla.pes and Looking Glaus Plates, (at owner', risk,) Oys ter. (In emu and Jar.,) Saddlery, Tin anu nruannia are, Tea. and tplees, Georgia ami foutli Carolina Domes. tics per inn lb. SKC'OND CLASS. t,l. 82X Hardware, exept such a. .perilled In nr.i and tniril ela.se., twee Aim,, Mola.Bee,Mschinery, Foreign Liquors (In barrel, snd pipe.,) Tobaeeo (In boxes,) leather (In roll, snd boxes,) Oil. I in barrels snd raiks,) Cn.ekery and Qiieen.ware(iu crate, and cn.k.,) Klce, Whiting, Plaster, gheet Ilrass and uopper per 1011 lbs Tllllll) CLASS. 1,00 TO Axes, Sugar. Shovel., Spades, Sad f rons. rut ami liar iron. Jne and Tin (in pig.,) Tin Plate, Anvil., Vires, Nail.J Cask, of Chains and Hoe., Manilla anu cotton cordage. Cement, Lorfee, Heavy Ca.tlng,, Mill Gearing, Hall Road Wheels and Axles. Chair, anil Spikes, and Itixin (In barrel.) per lUVIM... SPECIAL RATES. Furniture and Carriages (linxert,) and oilier iigni article, not enumerated; al.o, Curboya of Aeid. or other Chem ical., will he charged hv actual wei.ht. hut at double first clana rates per 1,1010..,,.. s 9,0 16.V 1,M Single Facksges of 1H0 pounds and nnder. will be cnargeu xa cents on eaeli Head. Articles nut enumerated in the shove rates will be subject to clarification bv the Agent at the noint of iiiiiueni. Onerrnara to be nromntlv settled bv Agent deliv. eriug me gonu.. Damage, to he settled nv Sitnerlntendent Tran.nnr. tatlnn of this Road, and no appeal from his decision on the nsrt of connecting Knada. In cases or I t gated damages, each nnad ant tied tn ciiHrge local rates irotn poitit or eliliiment tn de.llnittinn, .toon, mum ne well anil securely nut un and main v marked with name of couuignee, du.tinatlon,snd Depot of delivery. Thi. Through Rate does not street the Local Rates of 8d Pehrunrv, 1V7. Thrnugii Rates on snecifled artieles from Nashville. s. published 41I1 March, loM, is confirmed and contin ued. Ample notice will be given of any contemplated ad vance on the above rate,. R. O. JACKSON, Hup't Trans. East Tenn. k Ga. Hull Road. Knoxvllle, June lit, ls',T-tf-4.M lJirrH IIASIllMiS.-A Urge lot.saltabls jl ior iiiiiis, rarior,ac, mr. ale. Oct 10, 'So MoF.WEN GILLESPIE. X31aoo-vrox-ocl XjAtst 1 GKEATKT CUKK IN THE WORLD VOK PAIN. Prop. Ciias. Da Gnatu's ELECTRIC OIL. fsTllIS Oil Is the only sure remedy tn the world for JL the Cure of Rheumatism, lieufuess, Gout, Nt-ural-gin, Lumbago, SHittica, spinal and ftronchlal complaints Tic Doloreux, Headache, 0 ramps, Croup, Piles, Felons, tpraiiis and liruittea, cuts ami ounls, swelled Hlands, ft ill joints. Huroium. fcryninelHS. sore Mimlus. Hwelled Ut east, WoihH Disorders, Mult Uheum, Cunker In the Alout'i auu ntomuch, ralpitutlun, Eruptions, Caked Breast, Quinsy, Hore Throat, PuImv, l'leurlsv. Ulcers, LockJaw, Heart Hum, Tuoth and Kur-ache, Nervous ness, Coatlvenurs, Iluriis, tore Gums of teething Infants, HemorrliHjre, AhMQi'ii.Bliir Necks, llrokt'ii Itreuit, Chil blains, Tetter, Hhiugles, Fronted Feet, Fuvvr and Ague, unappen nanus, or any uittesses mat are sore or pain ful, is the only article ever brought before the public that will do Its work perfectly in from three to twenty minutes has been used by thoutiands and pronounced to be the best remedy ever discovered. This Oil acts on the system with electricity Is of pure vegetable preparation. Not the slightest danger of applying It outwardly or inwardly. It at once gives a permanent oure in most cases irom ten to twenty minutes. The best physiologists of Europe have discovered that all organic derangement of the animal system is the ef fect of an obstruction of the physleo-electrlc fluid in the organ diseused. A skillful application of this Oil puts In Immediate motion the nerve fluid, and the cure Is at once accomplished. No bleedings no vomiting, purg ing, or hllstering, Is resorted to. IT None genuine without signature of Prof. C. Di GitATH. Labels signed In writing. Principal Depot, No. 8(1, Pouth Eighth Street, three doors below Chestnut, Philadelphia. Country dealers and druggists can be supplied wholesale and retail. price tn cents, nu emits, and l per bottle. Try everyiiung eiie ; give tins one simple trial. Caption. He direful to ask for and get Da GtUTU'a Electric Oil, as worthless imitations abound. There are numerous Imitations sprung up on the re putation my article hss acquired. The public must be ware. They are worthless. For sale by GEO W. ROSS, Athens, Tenn. Nov2u-Iy-47i JI'ST IIK FUTD-Br. Parker's Pain Pan acea; Stark'a Indian F.ver snd Ague Remedy, sn externsl application Infalible; Macauhaand Hcotch Snurf; Hay's Liniment; Arabian Liniment; Steel and Gilt Pens; Putty and Window Ulass snd for sale by march 14 WM. UUKN8. McEwen & Gillespie nAVK reeelved and opened their Fall and Wlnl Goods, and respectfully kivlte attention to thea October 6, 66 Farm for Sale. THE subscriber desires to sell her Farm, in the neighborhood of Athens. It is situ ate un th road lending to Benton, about two miles from th Athens Depot, and contains some 40i acres, a portion of it tinder improve ment, and the balanoe ia well timbered, and all well adapted to cultivation. Ther are sev eral Springs of good water on tha Farm, and Jileutv of Fruit Trees. Also, a comfortable weltiHg House, Negro Houses, Ac Persons desiring to purchase can obtain a bargain. NANCY BKADFOKD. Athens, March 20, 1867-tf-443 NEW FAIaIj coons I O. X. OIBSON arte GO. NOW offer to their customers aud the publie gener atly, an unusually large stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, all of which have been carefully selected, and are es pecially adapted te the wants of this market. Their stock of l,nt.M Drone l-ootla surpass any thing of the kind they have over oiferbd for Sale. They have also an elegant assortment of Cloths, Casslmers aud vsstings, iiuts.Uaps, Hoots and Shoes . A very full assortment of every description of Headilttad llothlnf. Also, a large lot of Hardware, Queensware, Cutlery, faintly Groceries, Bplcs, ka. Our terms are favorable, and when yon start out te purchase your Fall Goods please give us a call, and we are cunQdenl an examination will verify what we have said. . Oct 28 3 TOTE 3! STOVES! 1MIK suhscriher has on hand and will keep a supply 1 of COOK, BOX and I'AIILOR B'i'OVKS, of Kastern manufacture, and of the beat and most approved pat terns, which he will sell as cheap, If not oheaper, than they can be procured of any other person. Ills Uhn Is at the West end of Main street, near Ihs corner of Church Alley, where be invites all who waul Btoves to call. lie also keeps on hand a supply of TIN WABR of every description, and Is prepared to put up 0 uttering, flooring, Ac, ex., at rcusonatue raics. ALheus, Au i-lMW .JAb. C. OALUO.N New Goods for the Million! WOULD respectfully call the attention of the people tothesplendid assortment of Spring: and Snmmer Goods. 1 net received, at their new Brick Corner witb -Iron Front which were purchased on th best terms, and are now offered at as low rates such Goods can be purchased any wber in the State For th LADIES, they have th Utasft stylet of Dross Goods, Trimmings, Mtisliov. I'rints, Linens, Laces, liaiiflKerchler. Hosiery and Gloves. Also, the Bonnets and Trimmings, Alnreestock of GKNTLKMKN WEAhL such as Cloths, Casslmers, Satinets, Vesting.,. Tweeds, Drillings, Ac, Ac RRADV-MADB- CLOTHING, Hats, Boots and Shoes. Drugs and Medicines, Paints and Dye-stuffs,-Hardware, Cutlery and Qneenswnre, Groce ries, Iron, Steel, Nails and Castings, beside every other article usually kept in retail Stores. Give them call. They consider It no trouble to show Goods. They are deter' mined not. t he undersold. HT All kinds of Country Prednna t.V. in exchange for Goods. May 8-80 r Schenectady Agricultural Works MAStirAcTiiaa IMPROVED RAILWAY HORSfl POWERS THRESHERS AND SF.PARATOKS.COm' BIN K.D TH R KMHEltSJ AND WI N NOWERSL CLOVER HULLER9 AND CLEANERsl WOOD SAWING MACHINES. Ao. rpiIE undersigned having been twenty Ji years engaged in building various kind of Horse Powers and Threshing Mneliinee, feel confident, from past experience, and the nu merotis testimonials they are reeeiving fronv an parts ot me country 01 tne superiority of their machines, that they can give satisfac tion to nil who may favor them with order. Our Horse Powers are made etrongi. and so geared that it requires the team to tfaval only about 1J miles per hour to thresh dry grain, thereby making it suitable to work either horses or entile on them. Our Threshers and Threshers and -Winnowers are so constructed as to discharge all the grain and dust through the machine, and not into the feeder's face as is usual with other kinds. The Thresher and Winnower has" a revolv ing wire separator, which does its. work mora perfectly than can be done in any other way. in, separator (mcniej nee a loric straw shaker, which shakes the grain out of the straw as it passes from the Thresher. We warrant these machines to suit the pur chaser upon trinl, nr they can be returned and the money refunded, G. WESTINGH0U9E A CO. ' J3f These machines will be for sal in Athens as soon as they enn be brought out by stenmer. 8. K. REEDER, Agent, April 8, 13S-tf-44S Cedar Grove Ilisrli School, NINTH M:XSIO!V. Cfmmtnciiig Jnmltiff, April 67A,1fi7. TIIF. Trustees have completed their arrangement with Mr. H. B. llsvwnoD to take charge of thla School for the two scions next ensuing. The School Islocstedln s pleasant snd healthful neighborhood, four miles South-esst of Charleston, Uradley cs.,Teun. HnUtrtf Tuition, per Xetrion: 1st Class Orthogrsphy, Resiling. Penmsnrh!p,Prl msry Geography, snd Menial Arithmetic I fld Class Arithmetic. Ancient and Modern Geogrs- phy, Knglish Grammar and HeSern History nd Class Algebra, Geometry, Surveying. Analyti cal Geometry, Astronomy, Higher Mathematics, Physiology, Lstln, Greek and French Languages, ..11 Contingent fee so cts. No student will he received far s less term thsn ens half session, and no deduction made for lost tlaie ex cept In cases of protracted sickness. Dosrd iszOets. per day. Jons Mrs, I . A. J. Oats, Trustees. Msrch 8T-IMST Jon Hambsisht, J A"Ltcxm Foundry. n A VINO engaged the services of Mr. F. M. KiLOom, who Is authorised to receive orders and transact all business appertaining to the Fnundrr. nnr nersen wanting Information In regard to Machinery, Ac, will ue nitfiiurti o ttj vHiimg hi me sounorv. Athens, July 11, 18,r.6-tf-4t(7 0. ZIMMERMAN. New GoodsLate Arrival! SK. REEDEK, (one door North of the old "Athens Hotel,") has received and opened a large and well selected assortment of FALL, AND WINTER GOODS! embracing a variwiy adnjtted to th season and to the wants of the couutrv; to which ha invitee the attentiou of his friends and the) public Without designing to boast, he thinka he can safely say tltnt his stock is equal, if not superior, to any brought to this market. He also has a good supply of GROCERIES, Hardware, Queensware, Cutlery, Ac, Ac All of which be is disposed to sell on term as renBonnble and accommodating as th law of self-preservation will admit of. Ciov. 13, 1807 tl, 477 Notice to Shippers of Freight. TmMbPobtatiom DiFAais.xKTF.TssK". A Ga. R.K.Co. i Athens, Aug. IS, 18B7. f THIS Company wllldellver any Freights received In to their Depots, in a reasonable time, at the terminus of their Itoad at Daltnn to tha owners or their agents (not ours.) they paying charges aa per tariff and) receiving the freights on day of arrival at Dalton. Thla Company does not propose either to store freights or deliver to the Western k Atlantic Hall Road, unless the owners have made arrangenents with said Road to re ceive the same. Cars canuot be detained beyond a fair hours for transhipment or storage. hi making shipments as above every facUltyln the power of the o Ulcers of the Company will be extended to shippers. Beyond the end of their rails tbeyhaYw no control and assume no responsibility. Aug 14-tf 464 R. 0. JACKSON, Bup't Trans. HEROVAL. Saddle, Bridle and Harness 3VIA3rTJj7'-A.OTOX.-jr. ( Side of til l'ublio .Square. Trie subscriber would return his sincere thanks to the public generslly for ths very liberal pstroa age he hsa raceived,and hones by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of the same. , He has just returned from I'hilsilelphls with a good stock of materials, which enahbles him t manufacture any article in hi, line with promptness and despatch. Hiijr-sklns for seatlnit, Enamelled Leather of allcolars. Pad Hklns, Bridle Hits, Btirrup Irons, and various other srtlcles, for sale low down for cash. He keeps constantly on band a good assortment ef Baddlea.llrhlles, Whips, ac. Please call before purchaa Ins elsewhere, on the bquare, between Gibson's sn4 Boyd's Stores. EDWIN A. ATLiSU Athens, April tl, iwo-ti-svs Hard Times Conic at Last! BUT I sm Just recelrlng my Full AXXsrit Winter Stook of 3t-00 class, autl selling llietu off cheap. 1 fun tukiutt the iiaiicr of all the free Banks, sntl nesrly all f the titock Hanks, st par, for Goods. ThoBs holding uy of it would do wall to sirs mi a csll soon, If they want good bargains. Oct U GEO. W. BOM). Chancery Court at Plkevlllo, Tenia. Elizabeth Feagana, al, vs. Daniel Keagana, Bushroa Feagans, sf al. AND it appearing from the allegations of oompluinants bill th defendant Daniet -Feagans and Bushroa Feagans are non resi dents of the State of Tonnes, it is there for ordered that publication h mad in th Athens Fust, a newspaper published in th town of Athens, Tennessee, requiring said defendants to appear and answer complain, ants bill, on oath, on or before tb 8d Won day of March nest, or the sain will be taken for confessed and set for hearing z parte a to them. 8. C. NOllWOOD, O. 4 if. Feb 12, 1 858-4 t-prs fee $3-490 C'baucerr Court at Decntur, Tcnn. W. L. Adams, A. W. Hodge and John Gourley, vs. William II. Baldwin, Original and Injunction Bill. IN this causa it appearing from tha allega tions in th bill bled in this cause, that the respondent is a non-resident eitiien of th Stat of Tennessee, it it therefor ordered by the Master, at his Rules, that publication b mad in th Athens Post, a newspaper pub lished in lha town of Athens, MoMinn coun ty, Tennessee, for four eonssuutiv weeks; no tifying end requiring said noe resident ra . spoodent to be and appear before our next Chancery Court, at Deostur, Melg county, Tennessee, then and there to answer said bill, or tha soma will b taken tiro tonftuo, anil act for heariug ex parte as to blm. O. W. McKKNZlE, 0. fc U, Per Vf. L. MoKinlky, d. a at. Feb 19, 1868-4t-prfe 8-4l . ' Olotliirxas I HA. VI! Just received a besuUful lot of Readjr-Made Clotiilog, which I will sell cLoap for ossh. txi, CKO. W. ROM.