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CHERRY PECTORAL, . FOB TUB BAPID CURB OF Colds, Courts and Iioai.eiicss. Buniu, Mass, SOth Dee, 1RM. Da. J.O. Alas: I do not hesitate to say lb best remedy I have ever found for Coughs, lloereeneae, lnflnonia. aud the concomitant amplomsuf aCold.leyoiir Casaav Pscroaau Iti constant nse in my practice and my family for the last ten yean baa ahown It to possess snpe tior virtues for the treatment of thees) nmolainla. EBKN KNIUilT. M. It. It A.B. MOBTLEV,EQ.,of Utica, N. Y.. write! "Ihava and yonr lYctorol myeelf and la my family ever sines too Invented It, and believe it in beei medicine for Ita purpose ever put ont Witb bad cold I alionld aooner pay twenty DTeciollam for a bottle than, do without It, or take any otbar remedy." Croup Whoonlna; Congh, Influenza. " BFKiitaruLD, ihM., Feb. 7, Ihoft, Baonm Arr: I will cheerfully eertlfy yoor ftctoral Is the beat rem id t we possess for the curs of whooping congh, croup, and the cheat dieraaaa of children. Wo of your fraternity In the South appreciate jour akltl, and commend your medicine to onr people. lilHAM CONKLEC, M. D. AMOS LEK, Esq., Mottost, I a., writes, 3d Jan, 18Sot I bad tedious luftueusa, wliicb confined me In doors all weoka; took many medicines without relief; Anally tried your J Moral by the advice of our clergyman. The first dose relieved the soreness In my throat and lunge ; leas than one half the buttle made me completely well. Yoor medicines are the cbeaiwot as well aa the beat we can bny, and ws esteem vou, Doctor, awl jour remedies, as ttis poor man's friend.'' Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis. W'nrr JlAsciiESTiia, Pa, Feb. 4, 1K56. Bntt Tonr Cherry lctuml is performing marvel loos enrea In thla section. It baa relieved several from alarm ing symptoms of consumption, and is now curing a man who has labored under an affection of the lungs for to but forty years. IlDNltY L. PARKS, McrclumU A. A. RAMSKY, M. D., Albion, Moxaoi Co., low A, writes, Sept. o, 1866 ! "During my practice of many years I have found nothing equal to your Vherry iWtral for giving ease and relief to consumptive, patients, or curing ucb as are curable." We might add volumes of evidence, but the most con vincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is found In Its effects upon trial. Consumption. Probably no one remedy has ever been known which cured so many and such dangerous esses aa this. Some no human aid can reach j but even to those the Clierrf ttctoral affords relief and comfort. . . Astou Horjss, Niw York Citt, March 5, 18S0. T Docroa Aria, liowiu: I feel it a duty and a pleasure In Inform you what your Cherry ldoral baa done for my wife. She had been five months lalnring under the dan gerous symptoms of Conenmption, from which no aid we could procure gave bermuch relief. She waa steadily fail ing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come for advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. We bless his kindness, as we do your skill ; for the has recovered from tbat day. She Is not yet as strong as she used to be, but Is free from her cough, and calls herself well. " , Yours with gratitude and regard, y), OltLAMK) tllKLB, or Smiiivmis, . . OmtHmpUva, do not despair till you have tried AvmVi CniaH Pectoral. It is made by oni of the best medical chemists In the world, and ita euros all around us ben peak the high niorlts of Ita virtues. 1 ViuWcfjiiia Ledger. Ayer's Cathartic Pills. THB sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have been taxed their utmost to produce this beat, most perfect purgative which la known to man. Innumerable proofs ire ahown that these Pius have virtues which surpass In excellence the ordinary medicines, and Uiat they win tu precedentedly upon the esteem of all men. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene trating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstruction of its organs, purify the blood, And expel disease. They purgo out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disor dered organs into their natural action, and impart healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do they care the overy-day complaints of every body, but also formidable and dangerous diseases that have baffled the best of human skill. While they produce powerful effects, they are at the same time, In diminished doses, the safest and best physio that can be employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures have been made which surpass belief were they not sub stantiated by men of such exalted position and 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 remedies, while others have sent me the assurance of their conviction that my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my afflicted, suffering fellow-men. The Agent below named la pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac, containing directions for their use and Certificates of their cures, of the following compiainU: Coetiveneas, BIllo-is Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul stomach, Nau sea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Dowele ami Pain arising therefrom, Flatulency, Lose of Appetite, all Ulcer one and Cutaneous Diseases which require au evacnant medicine. Sflrofiiln or Kino:' Fell. Thy also, by purify ing the blood and atlniulatlng the system, cure many complaints which It would not be supposed thoy could reach, aurh as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and tiervoue Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kid neys, Uont, and other kindred complaints arUing from a low stato of the body or obstruction of Its functions. Do not be pnt otf by unprincipled dealers with some other pill they make more profit on. Ask for Arm's Pius, and take nothing else. No other they can give you compares with tills in its Intrinsic value or curative powers. The sick want the best aid there Is for them, and they should have It, Prepared by Dr. J. 0. ATER, Practical and Analytical Chomiit, Lowell, Mass. rues 99 Crs. fib Box. Fivi Boxa ron $ 1. BOLD BY O. W. MOSS, Athens; OUII.F0I11) CANNON. Mndlsonville And by all dealers In Medicines. Jan 8-1y-U3 Mt. Harmony High School, For iUnles and females. rpilE FOURTH PK.S8I0S of litis Institution will open on Monday, July Uth, next. TERMS) per Stwtion of 21 weeknone-haifin advance and balance at the clone of Jbtuion ; SpeWnfr, KeaHnR nnl Wrliinff, $f sclioWr, $5,00 Arithmetic, Eti(r1inh Grammar, Geography, Com position anil Declamation; 8,00 Natural Sciences, II inner Mathematics, Composi tion, reclamation, Ac, 10,0(1 Contingent Fee, In advance, 25 Boa rd in ff, week, wh-IiIiik and lights extra,)..., 1,25 No student admit ted for less tliitn half session, unit no deduction fur lost time, exept in cane of protracted sickness. 8. 1. JULB, I'rpl. June irms-waoT Stoves'! Stoves! Stoves! AT A. tlioiis Poimdr y, At hi'iiN, Trust. NOW maklne; and on hand, vnrioita tlxca of Ptnvcs. The Orescent, Iowa, Kitti'its and Indiana t'nnk; Manic l'arlr,l) n Franklin, Six I'lutc or lt x, mut Ten Plate 8tovea. The above Htuves are the very latest and moat improved styles. For durability and simplicity of construction titers are none equnl. nld at It) per Cent, less than can bcpurrhn.cd clHrwhere. Not 11 0. Zt.MMKIUIAN, Proprietor. HOCF.lt IK. New Orleans Fuir and No St laasea, new crop, as nice an article as was ever brnurht to this market, for sulc by Jan 8 MORTON A BRYAN. Patience Una II ml llor IVrfoct Work. A LI. thoae Indebted to tne would do well to come up on or before the 1st tiny of jAmmry, ISM. You may aave cost. And take further notice, that no more accounts will he made after tlutl day; an, If you VHtit any thine In the way of medicine, ynu had better bring the cash; and If a small article, the chance. eoo WM. BURNS. Notice. IN olcilieno to a decree of the County Court at Athena, rendered at tlie July term, 18A8, I will, on Sntnrdny, the tlet tiny of August next, proceed to sell, on tho premi to the higlicat bidder, (subject to the minimum price,) the following described Traota of Land, to wit: Forty acres, aitunte in the first ranee, Weal, of t he meridian, 4 Lis fraotional township, 12lli sec, and the 'i id east eorner of tho South west uarterof snid section. One Hundred and Sixty acres, heing the South-east fhnrtcr of the twelfth section, In the fourth fractional township, second range, West of the meridian. Twenty a ores, being a part of the North west quarter of Motion twelve, in fractional township four, and second rant;e, West of the meridian all In tho Uiwassea l'istriol. All of which l.nuds are adjoining, and to ho sold in one body The above Land lies in the 15th civil dial riot of McMinn county, Tetin. it boing the tame upon which lieoi'iio MoMnrry now resides. Tkkms or S.tn;-One hundred dollart to l paid cash in hand, and the balance in equal instalments, nt one, two, and three years, with inlercst front ilnte of sale, liond with good security to be (riven fur tho unpaid purchase money, and a lien returned upon the Land until the whole i paid. WM. (;i:oU(;K, Clerk. July 9, 18fi8-td-prs fee fti.no-Ml Nollcc. V LI. persons are hereby notified against trading for a Note, given by the sub euriber to A. II, Hurley, for about the sum of $i'J,&0, dated some lime in March or 1st of April, 1867, ami payable one iluy after date. The oousidurnlitm tur which said note was given haviug lulled, lam determined uut to pay it I. I. TlIO.MAS.soN. July 9, 13S8-3t-511 CARRIAGE REPOSITORY ATIIt:9 and K0VII,l,F,Ti;. r K take the liberty of eallinff the attention of the V T public to our lock of all de;ritionaof Watront ma.le at the present couiistiiif , in pari, of the ftlowtug : COACH, oit CLOSE CARRIAGES, Of the Uteit ityle made anbatantfal, trimmed with the fliieat aud must durable trluDiiK ; with ttammrr eat, and eitra Ana full Htlrer plate; door with aa and bliudf, out Oid iuuie jacket BERLIN ROCKAWAYS. These Rockawaji are fol up tn UieClote Carrihye orrle r, with fine han.iiit.-r tvat tor driver, full plate; boiiy set on three sprinjrc; trimmed rich!. This style varies In price according to flnUh. SKELETON-DOOR ROCKAWAY Made very substantial, with pole and shafts; front eat to turn up ; wood or leather dash; plated fins and neat. SIX SEATED ROCKAWAY. Pome of this style, e;ot up with permanent outaiite aeat, in form of a Close Carriage, and others srith elevate! shifting front seat ; botl set on three springs ; full plated. Turn-over Scat Rockawar. Made light for one horse; front seat to turn over against the dash ; trimmed on both eidea. LIGHT SIX SEAT ROCKAWAY; Thaae are rot np One and very aubatantial, with hook on seat for driver tn front and drop eurtaica. Can be easily shifted into a four aeat Kockaway. FOUR SEAT ROCKAWAY. Of tliia order there are a variety of patterns a Mulshed very fine, some plain. Price according to style aud finish. Extciiislon slitlc-acated ling-ay With pole and shafts two seata can be shifted into one; trimmed tine. 1'rlce according to atyle and fluiah. HALF TOP 8LIL)E-SEATED buggy, Hade light trimued One, With pole and lhafta. op Dvigsyn. We have a variety of Top lluifrya boot and panel bodiea; wood and leather dashea ; leather topa; patent and piaitt ttkeia; cuwitd and plain bodiea. l'rice va rying acenrtling to style and finish. Good Silver IMated Harnesa to correspond. HICKORY NO TOP BUGGYS. Our finest styles are made of Hickory entirely, and varnished without painting. HICKORY SIDE SPRING BUGGYS, Made of Hickory very light and fine. CONCORD BUGGYS. We have a large lot of these Duggvs nn the way and In the works. We sell more of them than of any other kind, from the fact that they run lighter than any other Uugy made in Atntiriea. Livery men prefer them to any other. We hv- them got up light and substantial, with plated dash, fur one or two horses, with pole and shafts, with baek or no back, top or no top. NO TOP BUGGYS, Of All ntyles, fashions and fluiah. Price according to style and flnUh. NO TOP SLIDE-SEATED BUGGYS Made to slide bark and turn up on other sent. HACK WAGONS, WITH TOP, With three seats and three springs, for carrying pas sengers ; with brake, and rack for baeirap. ntei on both sides, middle seat U turn each way, and railroad hacK. These Hacks arc madu " jam up," aud uJ for all purposes. 1,1 tf lit Ifacksja) or 1'nmily Matron., On three springs two seats, pole and shafts. iTorsoy Wagons, Made Iljrht for one horse shifting top; two seat; trimmed with leather; plated dash; snug j oh, for small family. PLANTATION WAGONS. Iron axle Wagons for two, four and six horses made at the North, of the hest timber. Kun liiElit aud stand longer than any other Wagon. NO TOr PLANTATION WAGONS, With body, and three aprlngs and two seata. We have a few of these Wagons on the way; body eight and a half or nine feet long; a first rate Wagon fur every purpose. Our stock wasmnde to order, North, and havlnpmnny advantages In getting up work, with some experience in the business, we flatter ourselves that we can furnixh our patrons with good, substantial work, that we will warrant, and at ns low price aa can he bought any where, North or South. We Invite those wanting any thing in our line to call and examine our stock. Those who can not convenietly call can write us, describing the article they want, and we will give clcse attention to tiieir order. We furnish Harness anil Whip with all jobs we sell. Rpecial orders tilled at fiO or 10 dnv. Oct Itt-ly-f'S llllIDUES A NilLl.lFS. Lund for Taxes. Sfafo of Ti-iiiicsscr, McUiin County. Oiiict:iT Court, Arrm. Tkrm, 1858. . Vf HUE AS, JOHN ROGERS, Collector of v T the 1'tilillo Taxes for tlie county of McMinn, reported to Court the following tracts of Lend rind Town Lots as linvini; been returned for tlie taxes for the yenr 1857, and Mint the taxes thereon remain due and unpaid, And flint. ftiA rA4ii.tiv n,vnA,.a no nlnimaul. thereof have nu goods or chatties within his county on which lie con Uistrimi tor eaul tax A3 in .,; . VB, .V nib .Tn lMl Tnvil T.nt loin,. !n tl,j ln..n of Calhoun, value ftOO tax 32 cte; clerk's fee $1.60; printer's fes f 1,60; collector's fee $1 total f ,82. A. P. Wilton One tract of Land, 1 69 nores, lying in the 13th civil district, value 450 taxes $2,24; clerk's fee f 1,60; printer's fee f i.oti; collector s ice f i totil f6,24. . ,S'in.7l-Onn frnf nf T nn.l 1 f.A . ni.i f 7 v. ' -'1 luiniT III tit. Utll nitril ili.l.lnt Main. C (OA taxes $160; clerk's fee $1,50;' printer's fee A, en. . ll.... t . a. . . , .. i,ou; coiiesior s ice f i total fa,6U. 11. B. Yearviooil Odo tract of Land, 160 acres, lying in 1st civil district, value $550 tax fl,7; clerk's fee $1,60; printer'sfee 1,60; collector s lee i total ?3,fo. .fa ahninhmCin r.,t-. nf I nn.l 7K acres, lying in M civil district, value $75 vnxes so ccine; ciei K leo l.oli; pr s lee 1,80; collector's fee 1,00 total ?4,28. S. S. JiarreltOue town Lot, lying in the town of Calhoun, value $50 taxes 16 cents; elerk's fee 1,60; printer's fee 1,60) collector's fee 1,00 totnl $4,16. Jotph II. Walker One traot of Land, 200 acres, lying in 11th civil district, value $1300 1 poll tnx 80 cent; clerk's fee 1,80; prin ter's fee 1,60; collector's fee 1,00 total $4,80. 'V"'i'W, t' Co. One tract of Land, 40 acre, lying in 13th civil district, value $40 taxes 12 cents; olerk's fee 1,60; printer's fee 1,60; collector's fee 1,00 total $4,12. K. SpriggtOn tract of Land, 110 nores, lying in lath civil district, value 45 taxes 14 cents; clerk's fee 1,60; printer's fee 1,60; collector's fee 1,00 total $4,14. Henry Wanmm One tract of Land, 140 acres, lying in 2d civil district, value $000 taxes 1.92; elerk's fee 1,60; printer's fee 1,60; collector's fee 1,00 total $5,92. Jamtt Landu One tract of Land, 20 acres, lying in 13th civil district, value $501 poll tax till cent elerk's feo 1 SiV collector'! fee 1,00 total $4,9ft V hereupon, it is eonaMcred by the Court thnfc .iiiKmnnt. I.a Ami liaa.al, a.,ta-dli - r ' i.savs, a IICIUJ CIIIVICU ngninst the aforesnid tr!cU of Lnnd and Town I - .... 1. - - i ll Lis a J ,1 nutu, iii i,uo iiniuo ui tue .-nme, lor mo sums Annexed to Pnoh Iipiiky IIia amnunt a-kf tnvA costs and charge! due severally thereon, fur the year 1857, and it is ordered by the Court that the said several tracts of Land and TflWn l.fil.1 nf n mt.ali tftoAnr aia I - - - -j w a s 1 1 ti v. i s vtivi sva no isiistti u c tiflicient, of each of them, to satisfy the tax- ee, costs unci ciiurges annexed 10 inein sever mil.. i.A ...i i .i i i - iijr, ud sum ns tne inw nirectf. luiiii r. suuvt.it, t-icrk. "VTOTICR On the first Monday in Angn.t ll next (185S,)I will sell, at the Court house door in Athens, Tennessee, the nhove tracts of Lnml and Town Lots, for the taxes costs and charges due thereon, or so much tuereoi as will be siltticient to satisfy the ne. ,1. A. GOULDY, Sheriff. July 2, 1833-td-610 Mac hi no Building l'lislnilelpliiist I'rnn, "7M. C. JULIAN respectfully notifies (he I 1,1, 1. 1; it... i.. ....mi : i . i i I'.... ,u .illlli nn ISHLIII Cllf;ilUfU III IMIIHI ing Wool Cardin? Machines, and that he will H....I ... i t i. i . - niir , ,ijr oruers ill ins line. iiiih iirpi. rule ouui i.nruing .iia. chinory in operation, and is prepared to do all Work that tint v ha presented. Wool sent. to the care of liepot Agent, Philadelphia, will he Carded and retcrncd promptly aa di reeled. May 7, 1858-6m-6ua & a , o o bi aWO Thnnsanil Dollars of atielbyvllle anit nn.lrlil,te limnrv wanted by the uiiileisiaun.l, for wh. h th-y will Hive (ioo.lt low ilewn. Will also talc, the isacea of the Hank of r'.nnl Tennessee, In payment for (IoimIs, at !10 eta nn trie dollar. Upi) W.O. WITT A CO. 8II R t'l While auJ awttJ rViors Kilk. I KI!S, for sole by W.C.HVIUi It). ' J. U. GAIT & CO., ommission Merchants, Bagratreet SAVAiAIIs A., '!U. five atrict attention to the eale of all Country Produce consigned to their care. J. YV. Uaut will ivc personal attention to purchasing en order. Coffee, f urr. tlolaaaea, Uiee, Pall, o. A liberal aliare of patronage respectfully eilieited. i. IV. Oat-y, late of the firm of Uaut k UcFueraon, Knoxville, Tenn. R. K. llsaaDKM, of tlie firm ef Fenrdtn k Franelsro, Macon, lia. Feb lJ-tf-IHO OrXsO.Xi. 3.xXsXZ:iSXXX3v WITH TttoMAS RIKIS WH. S. BISIlf APAU O. AnAMS. T. & W. KAKIN & CO., iMroimnta asp whomesals psAtsras iw Foil i: i; a a u i o ESTIC 4S Public Square, Dee 25-1 y-ID) Kusliville, Trnn. John L. W. French Sl Co, GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CIHTTAXOOGA, TEX5. inarch 6-tf-Otl IIYATT, McBURNEY & CO., DISECT linTIU AMD WBOLBSALt pfcALSSS llvj No. 87 Hayne street. Chariest on, S. C. B. HTATT WM. HtWKl.TISIS,. WM. M'BI'nXliV,...A.IUIU.KSrl,.. Juueft-ly-lt.i ..AUQUSTt'S O WTLT, .cuas. rosTsa. If A li D W A R K. coijiitm:v,ti'x.M'.TlVco., mitXCT mroRTKRS of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, rlstols, Ac, No. 85 IlATNit arnxnT, C II A II I. E S T O JV, S. C. WILLIAM 0. COURTNEY. OILBBRT B TINNANT, JAMES B. BVANS. June 17. '53 tf 247 av. r. iiai.i., ni. d., ATHRNA, TKSX., w ILL give his attention to the practice of Meill (itlire South ot t:-.e linage. January 80, Isbl. 436 SI. R. MAY, M. D., SURGEO AM) PHYSICIAN, ATUKNS.TENN.. ESrECTFUl.I.Y tenders his professional It.' services to the public. Jan. 14. 1 22 DR. J. L. ATLKR, XXiysici.x3L etf Surgeon Atlirim. '1'rnn., 'm.'axT'IT.Ltrlvehls entire attention tn the practice of T Medicine. OlUce at the residence or the late Win. F. Keith. ana; 8 13 U IX T I ?3 T IX TrT. C. A. JORDAN', llFsVI'IST, fJlFNDKnsiiis siTvice tothepuMlo In all Uie va JL rioim liranchK of his prufessiuDe Kxtnictint; Tfttli "il.each. The chkIi is con i hit red due, In every instance, when the work U done Oflice one duor North of the Store of the lute F. Boyd, Laq. - July 21-tM0t J. B. TAYLOR,.. D... ..WM. W. AI.KXAKDRt, M. D. DRS. TAYLOR & ALEXANDER, ( Office one door Horth-vexi of the Sttte Rtnlct) "IIsL devote their attention exclusively and as- V siduously to the duties of their profession-one of whom limy at all times be found at their otfke or re upeetive rt'sitlences, when not professionally uhtfent. Or. A. will give particular attention to the departmenti of Sufift' and OhfiMriv. When one has charge of a case and the presence of the other ehall be required, he will attend without additional charge. Nov'JT 179 oeo. brown, j. n. comm. AUieiut. Tenn. MadUontillf, Tenn, UKUUft & tUUKK, -A. ttoruoys iv t Zj tx w ASH SOLICITOUS .V CirJUVCKRY, IVIU. practice In the Chancery anil Circuit Courts V in the counties of Monroe, McMinn, I'ollt, llrail ley, Meips, Koane anil Itlnunt, and in the Pupremo an'l Feileral Courts at Knoxvllle. Jan 2S-tM3S u. L. tork W. P. TJS DYKE. YORK & VAN DYKE, Attoruoya . t Xsaw, Allieiik, J'ciiii., AVTtl.L practice In the Chancery anil Circuit Courts ,f in the countiea of McMinn, Polk, Monroe, Meift-s, Rhea, and llradley. And attend pronijitly to the col lecting aud securing of all claims entrusted to their car;. Feb 26-tf-lli2 AV. II. BRUNT, -A. 1 1 o i- 11 o y at Xsa W, Alliens), Tenn., "lrIT.T. uttenil promptly to the collecting nnd securing nf claims, and will give hia undivided attention to all business entrusted to his care, iu McMinn and the surrounding countiea. July 17-tf-tOO C. 1J. N EA A. 1 1 o i ll o y A,t Xj tx, -pvr itlatliNonville, Tenn., irit.I. practice In the Courts of Monroe, McMinn, mount and Polk. may 15-tMil wiiITiriA7R Jan23-tf Athi-uis, Tenn. 4 FRANK. S. HALE, A. ttornoy At tx Athens. Tenn. OIBcv up stairs In the Court-honse. sept 19-ly-419 JARNAGIN & CALDWELL, J-ttoruoyss txt Ziaw, AIlieiiN, Tenn. atlLTOX P. JARKsniK... April 20-tf-848 ..A.CALDWSLl. J. L. TnOJiTSON, A. 1 1 o x- ii o y tx t Xj tx mr, l'ikcrillc, Trnn. WILL prsctlce in the Courts of Dledsne, Marlon, Sequachie, and Cumberland. Mur ll-ly-4'J5 GEO. W. BRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. 1RACTICKSin the different eonntiesoom tiosinir the Tliird Judicial Circuit will attend to the collectint; nnd seotirinofolninis and will give his undivided attention to all business entrusted to hUcnre. March 2. 1849 tf 28 3T" Xj O Y 13 HOVS 33 Mnrein, tin. TtXUS House Is now open for tlie) accommodation of .BL the traveling miltllc. anil ,..rllci, ln.lv r.,v l.n.a having business to transact In Macon, as It Is central. H. ". IlKlilUNO, Proprietor. march27-tf-f B. P. UKNUB, giiperlntcnd't. BRIDGrES ECOTJHTl. FllllK above named House, situalrd within a short M. distance of the Athena Denot. Is. now onn fnr ll.a reception of travelers. Persons traveling on the Kast Tennessee and (Irnrsla Hall Road, and stopping at Athena, will nnd this linns more nonVLiiientlv alt,,.. iu.t tlnn any other. Hie subscriber pledgee himself to use his utmost exertions to give aali.faelliin and tn render comfortable all who mn.v favor him with their patron age. lAllieus, UcC l-tr-4HOI JAS. 8. HlilUGKS. XiEUTY'S HOTEL, I.OI IIfl, TUSH. Fllllf wellknuwii House ha been newly fitted up with bl hedilinir. furniture. Ac. Theundersiffiifil lm.tfbt charge of It, anil in announcing aimself for the public patronage asks ''the tree to h. tested by Its fruit," and pledges hlghfelf, by an assiduous attention and a due reg,iru lor llie eomrurt and tastes of hia gu.'Sts, they shall he eared for and furnished with the best the conn try alford. He has also connected wllh ihe hnm. Hi. large stable, sheds and lot, of Messrs. Taylor, Uridges k Co., and will be prepared In that line. mmi-mi si. m. Al.r..A.NDr.K, Proprietor. HUWPHRYllOUSE Knoxvllle, Tenn. ii. ii v iti i ii it i: v s f sr AS h ased fnr a term nf years the large new flrltk m iiiiiiiiing jut eormiet-.i for a Hotel, situated within a few vnrils of tlie Passenger I'l it fnrin , fronting Ihe Depots of both the Kast Tennessee and (lenrglaand Kast Tennessee and Vlmlnia Hall Hnads. mltnnt ihM distsncvi from .eh and much nearer and more eon vnlnt to U.e Rol than any other Hotel, besides a aavii.g ot llavlr or Ui,i,iil.us hire. I'asseugi rs who wish to lake the Plage for Montvale Springs, or to Kenliinky, by way or Clinton, will he call, ed for promptly, eery departure tur cither place, by the rUniri-s. The Proprietor dues not think It neceaaary tn aay ho has sep, a I'm !V ilouso any where, as sometimes old iloeiin.i'iits are daiiAroua thlnsra. Iln Is ,!.... r.l,.l on waking 11,1. comfortable llouac for thoso who may mil nun i mi., July 8J-tf-4uS! Notice. WHEREAS, the Legislature of Tennessee, at its last session, passed an Act making it tlie duty of the various Sheriffs of said State, to open and hold an election at each precinct in their respective counties, in or der to ascertain the sense of the people aa to whether a convention shall be called to "amend, revise or form a new Constitution of said rtate." Therefore, I, J. A. Gotildy, Sheriff of McMinn county, do hereby give notice to the voters of said county that I will, on the let Thursday of September next, open and hold an election at the various precincts of said county, for the purpose of taking said vote. J. A. GOULDT, Sheriff. July 25, 1858-td-509 iss.wai w sva Ass m IT O YES subscriber haaon hand and will keeps aupply 1 of COOK, BOX and PAKLOR BTOVES, of Eastern manufacture, and of the beat and most approved pat terna, which hit will aell ae cheap, If not cheaper, than they can be procured of any other person. Ills Shop is at the West end of Main street, near the eorner of Church Alley, where he Invites all who want Stoves to call. He also keeps on hand a aupply of TIN WAIIE of every description, and is prepared to put up Guttering, Rooting, Ac, Ac, at reasonable rates. Athens, Aug :4-tr-46i JAS. C. CALHOUN. Land Surveying! Tides Exnininerl Ieeil niaale; PLAXS AND KNTIMATFS FOR THE itOMT AT I'KOYEl) MOJM OP ALL KJSlS OF JiilLUJSVS; RACES, DAMS AND MILLS LAID OUT ; Machinery' Put l p and Worked ! Orders for the above promptly attended, and If by mail direct "Athena, Tenn." C. A. PltOCTOIt. Oct 18-1M73 SI .AIC, Coffee, Loverlng'a fine Golden Pyrup (the heat that la made In the world,) Rice, Soda, Starch, Manilla Rope, Pepper, Spice and linger, juat received and for aale by (OctW) (j. w. K0S8. MOFFAT'S XaXXXJ'XXXjT-siS AND Phoenix Riders. TIIK best FAMILY MKDICTNE now before the pub lic, for the cure of Scrofula, Ulcere, Scurvy, or Kruptiona of the Ski:?, Fever and Ague, liyspepala, Dropsy, and in fact niostdiscuses soon yield to their cu rative properties. It Ima been computed that during the lust twenty flvuyeara upwards of Four Millions of persona have been benefited by the use of these medicines; a fact which speaks volumes in favor of their curative proper- ties a single trial will place them beyond the reach of compell'ion in tne estimate or every patient, lly their nse the lllood is restored to a healthy state and freed from all Impurities. The system is not reduced during their operation, hut invigorated, and they require no restraint from business or pleasure. The afflicted have In these medicines a remedy that will do for them all that medicine can possibly effect. Prepared by W. I). Muffet, M. D., Proprietor, New York. For sale In Athens by OK0. W. U0SS. Dec 4-1y-40 REDUCED Through Rates of Freight f rom NAMIVII.I.K to KIYOXVII.I.IC, ANI STATIONS ON TUB h'.anl Ttnntet and Georgia Rati Rotid. StIGAH, Colfee, MoIe (in barrels,) Tobncco (in boxes,) Nails, Dry Hides, Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Hope and Cordage, Fish, Cheese, Soap, Slur nnd Tallow Candles, White Lend, liar Lend (in kegs and boxes,) Pig Lend and Shot (in kegs,) Liquors (in barrels and casks.) Crockery Ware (in crates and casks,) per 100 lbs., 50c- No article entitled to this rate except those specified above. Shut and Lend in bundles, and bottled Liquors will be charged the regular local rates of each ltoml. All Goods from the Western cities and New Orleans, for Knoxvllle and Stations on the East Tennessee and Georgia Kail Road, will be forwarded free of commission when con signed to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail llond, at Nashville, dray age only charged, vliich hns been contracted for at 75 cents per ton of 20fi0 lbs. Every package must have the name of the Stations ol delivery pluinly marked on it. Roads will not bo responsible for ordinany lenknge of Liquors, Oils or Molasses, and will ouly pay fur deficiency of contents when packages show marks of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamers and Dray age will be mailed to consignees from Nash ville, showing, also, the time of arrival nnd departure of the goods. R. C JACKSON, Sup't TflFlTenricseeedE Georgia Rail Road. March . 184 - tf-4l Saddle, Bridle and Harness MjaL!ffTJI"AOTOIlY Went Mile otht I'ublie Sjnar. rWlllE auhscriber returns his sincere thanks to the public generally for the very liberal patronage he has heretofore received, and hopes by industry, perse verance nnd attention to his buaineas to merit a con tinuance of the aanie. lie keeps constantlyon hand an assortment of Sad tiles, ltridlea, Carriage and Ilupgy Harness, and every thing else in that line, made y the beat of workmen. He would also Inform hia frien Is that he has just opened a lot of Saddlery, such aa Kuamelled Leather, Hog-skins for Beating, Pad Skins, Morocco, Patont Leather, Stirrup Irons, Bridle nits, s fine assortment, Mule lilts, llurkela, Swaps, Whips for Two Horse Wag on, Harness, Trace Ohalna for Two Horse Wagon, Sad dle Treea, Ao., Ac, all of which he offers on accommo dating terms. All orders punctually attended to. Please call and examine for yourselves. EDWIN A. ATLEE. Athens, April 9, 1So8-tf-8t4 I'MT ICl:'t'.I VI'.ll-Dr. Parker's Pain Pan Jl acea; Stark's Indian Fever and Ague Remedy, an external application infalihlc: Macauha and Scotch Snuff; llay'a Liniment; Arabian Liniment; Steel and uut fens; Putty and Window Olnaa and for sale by march 14 WM. BURNS. Valuable Farm for Sale. rI',IIE subscriber will offer for sale, on the J- premises, on the First Thursday of Au gust next, his VALUABLE FARM, situated on Chatata, five miles Kast of Cleveland, Jirndley county, containing 780 acres of Lnml. About 180 acres under cultivation the bal ance well timbered. Good Dwelling House, large nnd new outhouses, stables, do. There is also a good Apple nnd l'each Orchard. A portion of it is among the best Farming Land in the county. Terms made known og the day of tnle. ROBERT PICKENS. llradley county, May 14, 1868-td-503 riAICO FOH.TI3S. rpiIE subscriber stook of ELE( ier is now receiving a new iGANT PIANOS from the oldest nnd most responsible manufactories of me ixirui. These instiMinents are for sale nt Alliens and Chattanooga.- II. G. COOKE. Deo 6. 18A7-tf-428 1IOOTS nnd Shorn. I have Just received a M first rate lot of Hoots and Shoes of all slues, and will sell Ihem cheap for the cash. Those needing the article. would do well to call on Q. W. ROSS. Feb S tub Shoals and Quicksands of Voulh. Jiit lMiMiwlicil, Hie 3.1 ll.llllon. VaaLrST ON Pit'rmnttjrliea or Seminal Diseases. ilh WS scientific Treatise on the treatment anil fecy perfect cure of Nervous Debilitg, Semi nal Weakness, Involuntary Kmlsslnns, Impotence, Ac, resulting from vicious habits acquired during the critical passnire from Voulh to Manhood. IIY UK. CCI.VKRWKLI,, Member of the Rnval College of Purareona of England, (I'flH.) Licentiate or the Hull, (IwM,) and Oil years llesiilent Practitioner In London; Author of the "(liilde to Health," "llreen llook," "How to he Hap py," ".Memoirs of Finale and Married l.lfe,"c. This small, hut hlchly valuable Treatise, wrlllen by a world renowned I'liyslclan and Burgeon, points out the only sure and pcimanrnt cure for all diseases re sulting front aelf-ahiise, and la the only publication of Its kind written In a benevolent spirit and hv a aelen tine i,ian. It ahonld be In the hands of all who value thdr llf.- and health and happiness here and heresder. I'rlSe IU cents, or 4 stamps, at Ihe receipt of which It will r;e sent, post free, and well aeenred, by lir. Cll KI.INK, No. ll 1st Avenue, Ilos 4Al(l,NoW York. 0. Uy4;g XXHixs'fM Bait. (Ml I'lH-it-Just received and for sale by the bar- ' rcl or retail. htricHu hr -th. Juu 9 4. M. UKaMJtUtfON. Athens, Tenn., April 26, 1858. ROBESON, SART1IN t CO., HAVE in store and to arrive a large stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, including every variety usually brought to this market, from the heaviest Osnnburg to the finest Cloths nnd Silks; a large and well selected stock of Boots and Shoes, at very low figures; Bonnets, Hats, Caps and Straw Goods, of every variety: Hardware, Queens ware. Groceries, Drugs, Taints, Oils and Dye- StulTs; Notions, including Hosiery, Moves, Buttons, Thread, Fans, i'arasols. Umbrellas, Hoop Skirts, Ladies and Gents Suspenders, White, Fancy and Marseilles Shirts nnd Col lars; Ladies Linen nnd Embroidered Hdkfs, Collars, Sleeves, dVc., Ac. 1'ei'funiery. Co lognes, Oils, Extracts, Ac, Ac. A good as sortment of GENTS CLOTHING. In short, we have something of every thing, and are determined to offer inducements to good cmtoiners. Give us a call. We show Goods with pleasure. (jf We expect also to attend to the pur chase nnd sale of all kinds of Produce. April 80, 185S New Goods First Arrival! "VTV. O. "W I to CO., V'l "Bullew's Old Stand." would respect fully cull the nttention of their friends and customers to their splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Hoods, embracing a variety adapted to the season and the wants of tlie country, which will be sold at unheard of low prices. FOR THE LADIES, they have the luteal styles of Dress Goods, Trimmings, .Muslins, Prints, Linens, Lncee, Handkerchiefs, Hosierv. Gloves, Bonnets an Bonnet Trimmings. A large slock of OEXTL EM EX' 8 WE A R, such as Cloths, Ciissimers, Satinets, Vestings, Tweeds, Drilling, Ae, Ac, Ready-Mad Clothing, lints, Boots nnd Shoes. Drugs and Medicines, Puints and Dy e Studs, Hardware, Uutlery, ijiieenaware ami uroce rios, besides every oilier article usually koj in net ml mores, luve tlicm a call, iliey consider it no trouble to show Goods. They are determined not to be undersold. tW Thoy will nlso attend to the purchase, i , , ,r . , . eitle nnd shipment of . roiluce. April Lecompton All Right Oula tx XMjcocI JStx o ! Q() says the Telegrapl but be that as i O niny, it is the impression, or rather convio HORTOX & BRYAN Thnt the people of McMinn cuiinty will be but very little elfeoted bv either of the aliov quof tiuiis, euiiseniientl y thev have purchase in the Northern cities a very heavy stock o Srui!r and Summer Goods! embiaciiig a general assortment of such Good as are usually brought to this market, con sisting of n very fine and select assortment o DRESS GOODS! suited to the season, among which may be found Silk. Tissues, linreiies. Lawns, White Goods, Ginghmnms, Prints; Also, Bonnets. Trimmings, Mniilillns, Ac., Ac, to which they invite the especial mum ion of the l.mlics. They can furnish Gentlemen with almost any thing that may lie called I or inthelin of wearing apparel, from a fine Dress Coa to a pnir of Suspenders all of which are of fered at extremely low price. They invite ilieir old menus and customers to give them a cull. April 1 1MXJTOK lllOH,A U'S CELLHKATJiD GERMAN BITTERS will KrrrrTUALLY cms Uvcr Compluint, lyMeia, Jaundice Chronic or Xrrvoite DehilUu. JHkettv4 of the Kidney. and alt dieanea ariviny from tt disorderly Lioer or eiiom ana. Such Constipation, Inward I'ilfH, Fullness or Blood to the Head, Acidity on the Htommdi, Xtuift, Henri burn. Ditfffuiit for Kutxl, Kulnei or Wfipht In the tk.ni nch, pour r.rnctutionfl, Nuking or Muttering at tlm r the Ptnnifu'h, fwfinininff nr the M'-nd, Hurried and difficult Hrentliinir, f hiitiTinjr at the Heart, t'rmkitif: buUmatiiiff Snsittioi when in a lyinp posture. limnt-H8 of isioii, Dots uf wens .Wore the Ntfht. revtr an Dull Pain th the Head, IMK-k'ury of I'L'rspiration, Vcl lownerifl of the Skin, nnd Kvps, I'uin In the Hide, Hack Chest, Limbs, Ac., tSuddeu Hindi es of Heat, lUirninjr in tlie Heaii, UonntHtit imaginings of .vu mid great Je nrension of Hpiri.i. The proprietor, in calling Die attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feellnf of tlie utmost confidence in the its virtues ami auaptatiou to the dis tases for which It is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one tbst hns stood tlie test or a ten years' trial before the American people, and Its reputation and sale are unrivalled by any similar preparations ex hint. 1 he testimony in iti favor riven by the most prominent and wrlbknown Physicians and individuals in all parts of the country is immense, aud a careful perusal of the Almanac, puli Imlieu annually by the proprietor, and to be bad trrati of atiy of bis Atrentu, cannot but satisfy the most skep tical that the remedy Is really deserving the great ce lebrity it lias ohiutneil. 1HC. 114M1XAIP BALSAMIC CORDIAL kor nut arRKtiv cthk or ConghAy Cvldi Jujinenzn C'"y, wtriiene, Jiraii ctiitiJJieaeHof the Jloirel arifnvfrom tWd, In ciident Ctmttumhtion.tind for the rtlitf and lif tt till ymtihU) cure of Patient in advanced ttaffte oj ae tauer ai&ease. Catarrh, or Common Cold, as tt Is familiarly called is worthy of study, and serious enough to be avoided, If possible. Dr. Dell savs: "I will not say tlmt Coldt arc to our h.hahiunts what the Vlayue and YelUnc rerer are to other countries; but, 1 can aver confident ly that they usher iu disease of greater complicity and mortality than these latter." In the danger of JlrundiUU and Pneumonia willed oft;n follow in the train of neglected cold, and In Phthti4 Iidmonuli4, the tubercular Irritation of which Is developed by the same cause, we surely have proof and argument suthcient for attention, not only to the preventive means, but a1o to the curative ones of a disease, which however mild In Its Inception, Is directly or indirectly productive ot such UivtraitUd and alarm ing retmltfi. This lesson Should be n irticuiariy impressed on those who have any constitutional tendency to Jutmoiutrjj LouMintmoH. Tho use of the Iliilsamtc Cordial, agreeably to tlie di rcctlons nrcompunying each bottle, will readily cure tne most atstresning cane of cougn. toughs sometimes proceed from a disordered or dy peptic state of the stomach, In which case the Ocrinan Hitters should be used. Ih cane or weakness, or ceo- era. oemniy 01 ute system, resulting from a protracted cougn, the uermaii Hitters will be round or greut ben efit. In cases of Acute I. inanimation of the Limns, the prominent symptoms Generally nre hurried and nain ful respiration, Imperfect arteriallsatlon of the blood, cough and expectoration, attended with excitement of the heart, fever, various derangements or the digestive and urinary systems, prostration of strength, Ac. The ungs may ne diseased without any nf these symptoms being prominent, but the murmur produced during In spiration anu respiration, anu me a:icrnaie contraction and expansion of the chest, evident to both sight an feeling, all furnish moiit important physical signs in case of disease, aud should receive prompt attention. This disease Is usually caused by a cold sett! inn on the lungs, and tlie use or the Uaisainic Curuiul soum per lorms a cure. The terrible fatality of diseases resulting from i "common cold" may be seen by a glance at the follow ing statistics, taken from the records of the Hoard of H. -tilth of Philadelphia, confessedly one of the most neauov locations in uie i ntnn: Wtf. Total dentin In Philadelphia, 10,261 lncm oi . nnsiimpimn, i.viy " ' all other diseases (2.H In no.).S,840 in.MJ iblM. Total dentin QtU9 incii or consumption, i,v.a 14 " all other diivases 7.SM 164. Total rtnths, ll,!- Ined or i OTifiimption, 2,1 7H " " all other di" eases, o.CHfl 11,814 Prom these figures, It will be seen that nearly one fourth of the total deaths hi the country are caused by consumption, to say nothing of the numerous other diseases springing from a "slight cold." The proprietors are In tho possession of certificates 'bowing that the Halsnmic Cordial has effected CHres where all other remedial means have failed. (Jive it a i rim. TIimc InrabinMe medicines nre prepared only bv Dr. C. M.Jackson, 4IK Arch street, Philadelphia, ami are for sale by druggists and storekeepers in vrv t.tn and village In the United State. Oaaadas, and West iiMiitja. i-rice iti triiis prr nuior. For sale by WM. llt'KNH, Alliens ; HKOWN A HOW AN, Pweetwaler t CIIK.JNHT A WRT,'hl1adelphia; . , . ' B T,,0M ,,,,,0N C0" (''"velandj May 7-1y-tVr4 9AM'L KKLLKV A ON, Charleston. IHOM the first day of Jannary, IsfW, we adopt 1 the iSVm Month Credit Sifufem and will tint i.-ll Goods on a hmirer time. We have on band nnV srill continue to Vet'ii a good assortment nf iinn.u will sell them at very bw figure. We find small profits and quick sales In he the U't plan, and Our motto ! to a I 1IOKTON A IIRYAV. o r i : f. t o r r r. i:nn i: f i-TuTTiT. J eeived, a good h t of the rvry hest Itin roffep, fn.tn Haltlinore and New Orleans. One cup of this rjrodlen! I'oflee will make ynu dream of Ti nis of Kase Call soon, and bring the inomy with yuu, and vou'wlll be pleased, sure. I'nr sale by (iKU. W ItO- KST tptality Cite wing Tubaeco on band and tir X eale by Feb liO p. Kt i;tt;iKU. New Firm and New Goods. JIARTIN, VARNELL&C0., t'AI.IIOl , TCSX., VIvE receiving niul penintr. in tiieir lnrpe new Store lluuse, one uf tlie lrgtrl anil best selected stocks of fall and Winter booils ever openeJ in Knit Tennessee. Tlie assort ment is comi'lete, embracing every tiling tlie people need in tlie wnjr of D li i' GOO D S, (J RO O K R I ES, QVEEXS WARE. HARDWARE, VVTL E It V, IROX, STEEL, 1'A i xrs, OILS, Jlc, de. Tlie GooJs were bonglit low, having had tlie ad vantage of tlie great pressure in the New York money market, and of course tliey will be sold the same way. Call and see for yournelvea. Oct -lf-47 Rates of Through Freight Charlcsloni Savannah, Augusta and itlUCOlls Tt) KNOXVILLE, AND ALL THE 8TATJOS8 OS THE Eant Tennennee A Georgia Jttiil Hoad. FIRST CLASS. Pisno Fortes, books, Stationery, Hoots, Mines, Hats, Liquors, Oils, Ac., (Iu bottles.) iamphene anu bptrita Tur pentiiw (in barrels,) Carpeting, China, Glas aud (Has!ware,0igHr8(iu caned, )i Clocks,tVnfeJtionaries,Cotton Cards, Casks anu Hoxes, I'ry (Joods (in box es and bale!,) l'ruga, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Phrnhbers, Furs, (Jarden Peedi, I.ooking lilaoses and Looking (llnss Plates, (at owner's risk, Oys ters (En cans and jars,) Saddlery, Tin and llritaiinta are, leas and f-piees, Georgia and South Carolina Domes ticsper HM lbs t,16 S2X 76 Hardware, exept such as specified in first and third clasiie'. Coffee Mills. Molasses, Machinery, Foreign Liquors (in barrels and pineO Tobacco (in boxes,) Leather (in rolls and boxes,) Oils (in barrels and rafts.) Crockery and Queensware ( in crates and casks,) Iliee, Whiting, Piaster. Sheet lbass and Copper per HHb 1,00 7ft 70 Til iKU t LAri. A xs,Piigar, Shovels, Spades, Fad Irons, Fig and liar Iron, Zinc and Tin (in pigs.) Jin Plate, Auvils, A ices, Nails Caxk of Chains and Hoes, Manilla nnd Cotton Cordage, Cement, Coffee, Heavy Castings, Mill (Jenring, Kail Itoad Wheels and Axles, Chairs and Ppiketa, and Rosin (tn barrels) per luolbs 601 CO B6 Pl'KCIAL It A T KS. Furniture aud Carriages (boxed,) and other light articles not enumerated; also. Carboys of Acids or other Chem icals, will be charged by actual weight, but at double first class rates ier, 100 lbs 2,80; lu.V1.52 Single Package! of 100 pounds and under, will be charged 'J5 cents on each Road. Articles tint enumerated in the ahore rates will be subject to classification by the Agent at the point of shipment. Overcharge to be promptly settled by Agent dellr ering the good. Damage. to he nettled by Superintendent Transpor tation of this Road, and no appeal from his decision on the part of connecting Roads. In caefl of litigated damages, each Road entitled to charge local rat en from point of shipment to destination. (lootls mufit be wi ll and securely put up and plainly marked with name of consignee,destination,and Depot of delivery. Thin Through R ue does not affect the Lecal Rates of 2d February, lc.". Through Rates on specified articles from Nashville, as published 4th March, 1S57, is confirmed and contin ued. " Ample notice will be given of any contemplated ad vance on the above rates. K. C. JACKSON, Siipt Trans. Fast Tenn. k Oa. Rail Road. Knoxvilte, June 1st, lS57-tf-4M f)4FFtt II ;i;S.-A large lot, suitable js.. ior nans, t anor, cc.,ior naie. Oct 10,66 McEWKN k GILLESPIE. NEW FIR1VI. J. M. nORTOX, P. L. BRYAN, ""BltKO leave to announce to their frlvmls that they Jl Itave formed a partnership for the purpose of car rying on ttie Mercantile Uusiness. aa tteulera in Dry G-oort w. rteo.. In the house formerly occuiiieil hv W. 0. Ilortun k Co., untler the name and style of II O It T O M A; II IC V A X. Jan $-l-?5 3ji3-w rinivi. rwHK nnlers!;nel have this clay bought out the firm I nr UKAIIKIIICK k I.OU HV.nt theuM stamlof w . II. Ilallevrtsnl respectfully ask the patronage of their friends and the ptiljlic 1,'elicrally. Athens, .March 11, loM. W. C. WITT k CO. Notice. rjVIH nndcrslirned harlnir this day sold their entire I stock of (ionds, tiroceriea,c.,c, to W. C. WITT A CO., take this method of rct'irnlni; their sincere thanka to their frienda for their liberal patrona. and respectfully ask for the new firm a continuance nf the same. UKADEKICK k LOWRY. Athens, March H,lSAS-tM'.i5 New Wagon Maker's Shop. Turk. IVIES tSAKEIl, iSoufA Stile of the Bi titge, Allicim, Trnn., 18 prepared to make all, kinds nf Wagons, on short notice and In the best style from a Wheelbarrow up to the largest Road Wagon. All new work warrant ed. All kinds of Repairing done on ahort notice, and with the best material. Call In, gentlemen, snd judge for youraelvee. lie would be thankful for the needful due fo work already done. Jan 8-tMS3 ATHENS FOUNDRY AND IVtaoliluo WorlLs. "Illli sulisci'ilier would respectfully ftn X nottnee to the citizens of Alliens nnd tlie pulilic Rcnernlly, that he is now in operation nml pf opnred to do O A. STI 3r of every description in his line, and would therefore solicit orders from nil those who tuny want anything of the kind. lie is now enstinc and hag for sale dif ferent sizes of the Olohe, or Airtight Coot Stoves, furniahed complete; various sizes ol Parlor, Nine Plate, Cliainlicr, Oltice and Shop Stoves. Also, Hollow Ware; Wafllo Irons: l'lotighs, right nnd left hand. Also, the Iviluore Spiral or Incline 'Water Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou sand feet per day. A 11 kinds of 3VI AOUINE11Y fitted tin in tlio best nnd most durable manner. aim upon snort, nonce. Also, Iron Kailine of everv description. Ho is also prepared to do all kind, of jirasscaaMne;. . . The highest Cash prioe will he paid for UhDUtirrwi. u. XI.MJIIiKJIAN. I'.S. There is connected with the Works an excellent Pattern .Maker, to that persons wianing dialings can nav pnuerna tnnde to oraer. c. .. Alliens. Tenn.. July 18, 185 tf 408 f I.Alt K'! Celebrated Flouring Mill. rt liiNOINO nnd Rolling nt n single opera I tion. a inch Stone Price 750 will turn out So Mils, per day. 80 inch Stone 1'rice f 700 will turn out 40 this, per day. This Mill is the cheapest., most limple. du rable and conipnct, requiring less power, less nttention, nnd ninkes a larger yield nnd bet ter q.niilily of Flour, than nny other in use or for sale. Mills cnu be teen running at Kings ton. We al so manufacture ft verv superior Horn and Feed Mill upon thesntno principle If nny man will furnish me Ilia nnwsr an Hint 1 can run n 22 inch pulley 880 times a minute, with 8 inch band, I will put up the Mill ami run it 30 days if he will fiirniali me as much Wheat as I tun crind In Hint limn. at (I per bushel and take the Flour nt per barrel, I will give him the Mill for the net prolils, after pnyinR for the Whent nnd all the expenses of running, nnd leave the Mill iu as good repnir ns it wns at the bceinnir.u. Address. 11103. H. .McKLWKE, A in gut on, Tenn. Inferences as to responsibility: Athens. Chntlnnoni;n, and Kingston. 13? tho n'lovc Jlills enn also be purchased f O. I,. KINO. RicniUe. Tenn. Jan 1, 1 H ja -Oiu-4 84 . " KS best II in ol lc'O on hand and for rhanrrrr Conrl at Mndlsonville Hngh McRejnolds, s. Isaac P. McHeynnldB mid the heirs f p i.. Mclteynolds. vu ' '"piIE death of respondent Hubert Metier 1 noldi having been sugsjestp, ," thnt Jnmes Mclteynolds, i non resident, i(H heir of said Ilob't Mi-Ucynnlds, it jt ordered that said James McRey'iihlds appear at t, Court-house in Mndisor.ville, on the 21 M" day ol September, 1838. nnd show case'"!! any he can, why said suit should te revived against him. J. A. COFFIN, C f- 1 Julv 10, 1858-4t-prs fee 3-51 ' Committed to Jail me iov.ii ui naslnnjjton Jy,.. coiiiily, Tennessee, on the 2iil, ,1 of April, 1868, a NF.tJRu lttjY U snya his name is John I)y Negro is from 85 to 40 years of a bout 5 feet 8 inches hi,;),, Will weinh about 160 lbs., verv A.r't ... i soys that he is free and was born" free hai in bis possession some papers purporting to be from Benjamin Jones, his Guardian, fn.nj Towns county, Georgia; also, a pits from the said Jones, which is thought to be forged. . ,. ... E.JKUM. Jailor, nshinpton, April 80, 185S-tf-5ol LOUDON ROLLING MILL At I.1U itt, t.. ' r-pilE undersigned would respcctfullv in. fuiin the consumers of Wrought iron that thev are no v manufacturine n ' c .. s . . oupirjur iirucie iron. such ...,ar., ayre, unggy lyre, Jlrsf. Iron, Unnd Iron. Konnd ...! Shoe Iron, all sizes of Flat Iron, from three-fourths of an inch in width up to three indies, be all the various thicknesses, from threesix teenlhsofnti inch and upwards. Also, round's from five-eight lis of an inch up to one and a half inches; squares, from one. h.lf . , - - VII U gaged in tlie husine.s upwards 0f thirty years and thereby acquired a thorough knowledge or the manufacture of iion in all its branches, by which they hope to give (D. tire satisfaction to those who ue their iron All orders addressed to them will be promptl ly attended to. 1 tW Maj. A. Wall is the only autlmriied agent to receive orders for our establishment JONES, PHILLIPS 4 CO. Febrnary 12, 1868-ly-4',10 Atlioiia Foundry. H A VINO eniraired the services of Mr. K. M. Kuco who ia authorlit-d to receive order. Mld tracl' all business appertainine to the Foundrv, any p,r. wantlnu information in rciard to Machinerv l7 be attended to by calline- at the Konndrv Athena, July II, l?Atf-tf-tn7 0. Z1MMKRMAN. Valuable Farm for Sale. ON Saturday, tho 7th day of August net Ihe subscribers will sell to the hitrlieit bidder, their FAKM, situated on Mouse Creek McMinn county, seven tulles West of Alliens! and two nnd half miles North-west of ltice ville containing 3S0 acres of Land. 14u acres tinder cultivation, the balance well timbered and the whole well watered There are comfortable Dwellings, Stables, c on the premises; also, a good Apple and ii good Peaoh Orchard, and in fact, it is one of the best small Farms in the county. Terms made known on the day of sale WM. A. KUCKEIL. 11. II. UUKIC. May 7, 1858-td-S02 Notice to Shippers of Freight, TKSKSrOnTATKISDEriKTllEKTR.TlKK.aOl.R.K.Co. I Athens, Aus-. IV, 18A7. I riVUS Company wllldcliveraiiy r'rehflite received In JL to tl.clr Depots, in a rrasnnahle time, at the terminus of their Ituad at Dalton to the owners nr their agents (not ours.) they payins charges aa per larij nml receiving the freights on day of arrival at Dalton. Tills Company does not propose either to store freights nr deliver to the Western k Atlantic Kail Knad. unlesathe owners have made arraiiRe-nenta wllh aaid Uoad to re ceive the aaine. Cara cannot be detained beyond a few hours for transhipment or storage, lit making shipments aa above every facHlly In the power of the ollicera of the Company will be eitendtd to snippers, ueyonii the end of their rails tltey have no control and assume no responsibility. Aug 14-tf 4d4 H. C. JACKSON, 8u't Trans. Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA A Urnrrolent Inntitutltm, eatablithed hy upeetnl en. ttoicmrttt for Uie relief of the (c ami ilittrrtttd, ujftlttttt with Virulent and KjUdemic VueuMt, rrO all persons afflicted with Hex no! Diseases, such aa fripcrmatorrha-a. Seminal Wenkness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Olect, Eyphilia, the Vice or Onanism, or Self Abuse, c, 4c. The Howard Association, In view of the awftildeltrue. tlon of human life, caused by gexual Diseases, and the deception. practised upon the unfortunate victims af such diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a chnritalile act worthy their name, to opch a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, in all their forms, and to glre iledical ndrU e rratit, to all who apply by letler, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation ; hab its of life, Ac.,) and In cases or eirteme poverty, to FL'KMrill MKOICINFH Fit EE OP CIIAhUK. It II needless to add that the Association commands the higheat Medical skill of the age, antt will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors, on a review nf the past, feel assured that their labora in this sphere of benevolent rlfort have been of great benefit to the afllicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote them, selves, with renewed seal, to this very important but much despised cause. Just published, by the Association, a Report on Sper matorrhea, or Seminal Weakness, the vice ofOnanlin, Masturbation or Self Abuse, and other diseases If tlie Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, whirk will be sent by mall, (in a sealed envelope.) free of charge, en the receipt of two stamps for postage. Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. 0E0H0K H. CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. S South Ninth street, Philadelphia, l'a. Dy order of the Directors. Kzn D. IIiartwell, President. Gun. Fairciiilp, Secretary. Fct6-1y-4S ThrrKhm. fWOl'DD Inform persons wanting Thresher! that I have several different styles of Horse Powers, mill as I think equal, If not superior, to any In the country. Persona wishing any thing of the kind will call atllie Athena Fout dry where the machinea can be seen. There ia a great saving to Arsons purchasing where they canh av the use of the patterns In ease sny pses of!hemc h e shoiiM break. Call and see. 1'ric 2 moderate. Jan -lf C. ZI.MMKIIMAN. M II II F. T MO F. V.-PiH" ' Hie Hanks of Taat well, Claiborne, Trenlnn, Jefferson, Shel by vllle, Lawrenceburg and Knoxvllle, will be taken al 75 cents per dollar for goods, and 70 cents In payment of debts. Persons owing us will do well to avail them selves of this oppertunlty to psv in iinrurn-nt funds. Feb 19 SKIIOltN k HOHSSllV. T anuary X, lOBO. r E request all persons Indebted to ns to selHe samt on or before 1st Januarynext. We will take OwmI Wheat at the regular market price. Dec IS, '.'.7 A.CLEAOEaCO. G-nrciou Scods. JCST received and for aale, a large lot of OarJra Seeda, all kinds, by HOIII'ON i UltVAN. Feb Is Wheat and Flour. rHK subscribers have completed the mot prrfrrl M. arrangement thnt can be made for the sale "I Wheat and Flour, and during the remainder of tin year will devote their attention almost exclusivity to the aale of these two articles, and they can say to !"' patrons, with certainly, that they will realise as aiucij net money by shipping hi re as to any market beyonu Atlantn, and will do it with less rlk and In slmrt'f time. As to the peculiar advantages of our market every one Is familiar who knowa Its locality. We will accept HO days bills on Wheat, payable h or at Augusta, for three fourths Ihe value of shipm"11'' accompanied by Hall Itoad receipts. We think It ad visable for shippers of Flour to draw most of their " at 4A and an dava. aa more time Is required for Ihe saw of Flour than for Wheat, lly reference to our week.y revlewa of Uie market, published in the Teaiirsset jis pers, you can always know accurately what these cles are worth. SKAOO, A IU)TT k 10., General Commission Merchants. Atlanta, Ga., Aug T, lSB7-tf Valuable Property for Sale. I AM olfcring for suit my home place very desirable proierly oniitig 0 about 30 acres of choice Land, in g"" 4"n." .Ill lonnn l,ili t liura arc m i-iilnftll'lshle SKI rnninv Durpllinir Hollas TCit.nlian. Smoke lions'. on .nu quarter incnes all or which thev patter themselves that they can make equal in point of finish nnd good quality, to any that is made in the States. llvi" ' good Burn and Stables, Ac., and seleoli"' of choice bearing Fruit Trees. , Also, 1(10 acres of I.and.situnt in tl'0 " side of McMinn county; n unimiroTfil bl in the town of Charleston, Bradley coan'f. adjoining the Kail Itoad Depot Lot: '"' tiuinberof unimproved l-ots situalo lietw' the town of Athens nnd the Kail Ito"J ",IK Terms to be agreed upou. ........j A. D. Kt' Alliens, Juu 1, loJ-tf-43 asvar ' sak by Fib iii . K. IttKOKIt.