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'H' , Ca.liartic Pills, -iA- (Sld.llt COATED.) J AHB IAUH TO CXSAKSS THE ELOCD A"D CUilB THE EICK. Ai.vnliil., Kaihot, Jlollieia, Fh-reUsain, Plsllaiiliroill, rend tlti'lr Kft'ecU, ; uiitj Jiul-jo of llirlr Virtue. Hut THE Cl'UK OF tlrndnrbt-.Kifk lsiu-daehe,KottlStomR-h. i I'lirsiii im. r.. 'y l. i'W' I.J.C. Attn. Sir: t h.iro iv-.,iI...IIt oiir. l Pf jiii-r Pills. 1 1 pciuk r.. nnw i.. ." - to tlwy rlmii.? at nun. If tli'W will cum oilier. "M" uio, tlif lad i wuilh knowing, nnrnrr Vout. .Ml, K-'-l-'. SSL Hiliona DioiIers and Mver Complaints. '"'"" " IIKMHTHraT or IIII 1 -mains, 1 W ashi-iotos, D. C.f J Feb., P'So. I Rill- I hare nw' y"f ' 'T a"1'1 "'' 'yl,',f1 nracll.'. crer iuc yo made 1 h'i, md ainnolliosiliite to JaTlleyeio the best cathartic w. employ. Their rcga "ling li-ti.m on tho lirrr U quick mill UTi.U-.l. wiiwiiimiI Iv llity ore n admirable remedy for ilerunt-rmrii sot that oiL-iili lmliiil, 1 l"ive seldom fount a case or Mi.ml dlf out ao ol-stinnlc thin II did not readily -ll " ,h" J'r.iUTtiiUIJ lours, ALONZO 1IAI.L. M. D. Jlysieian uf Me imik lloipitat. Dysentery,- Hcl-.tjr, mid Worms. Post timer. Ilmrnili, l.iv. Co.. Mim., Nov. IB, IMS. Tin. Amu Vonr IMIla nn Ihe iorfcrti.m of medicine. ' Thoy hare doiw niy wife more good than I can tell yon. " Fhn bnl l" ahk and pinlm? i'ivov ft months. Went ' n(T to l.o ibd -.rod nt ci.-nt expense, hut P'1 no Mler. She . then commenced t.-itiltijt your Pills, which anon cured her, l,v cxpeilm la'iw qniiiililh-a ufj-iuia (ilwid) lii'in her I h)v. V afterwards cured i.i:il our tworM.irrn .flilnnilyi!vi-iiliT. OiiHOl our iii.thlHirali.iil It hml.riiiil mv wlf ' niic-.l lil.'n with two doses of your I'llla, while others iiitiumI uf l'id f'" ' ' v'"lv d"n"'? uur,l,,r Mllmavil ll iiim-li linn', without Wmn rum! enllnj y r,n ii cnrh n mrilh'lna n .T"iir, whuli ia ctiiIIy , od una honoKt, wih ludigcslion nnd Impuiity of tlie Mood. From ,Vr. ,. I'. Ilimn, Vaster T Ailmit Cliureli, BiHm. Dn. Ann: I linto iik.i1 your I'illawltli extmnrilinnry ams In inv fimll.v nml union! I ho I am inlM lovii.lt In iMn.a. To nnlnlr tin) onrima ol illation ami puri IV Hi.. h...l thpyaw the very lawt ninly I havo ovtr known, i.ml X nn ronlhli-iitly ri-connmn.l I llnm In my fiiond: Ycura, J- V. HIMhS. WAiiSATf, WroMijco Co.. N. Y., Oct. 24, 1865. TlEAtt Pin : I nm lne your Culhai He I'llla In my priic tlnsnii.l Hull tl"'"i " eswllwit mrirntlv to cleauw the evateni nml uillifjr the fmnitalna of the WnPO; , JOHN 0. MKACIIAM, M. D. Erysipclns, Porofuln, Klnc's Kvil, Tetter, 'I'limors, nml Knit Hlieiim. From a tU-wartting tlmliant nf St. Lmi't, t b. 4, lBSo.. Dn. Atrit: Your Pllla are the r"(ton or all that la 8-rwit In nicillrhi. Thoy hnve cnml my lltllj ihinghter of nlcorniH aiiroa upon her Immla anil feet that had proved Inrumlile for yeara. Her mmhar hail hum lone arievona ly Blllli teJ with hlotehea nml pimplea on her akin and In i.i. aii..,. ri.ii.i vu eured. ahe aUo trht your I'llla, and they have cured her. ASA MOHGHIDOK. KlieiimBtism, Neurnlpia, nnd Cout. . P,vm the Iter. lr. Ilawltt, of tlie Nrlltnlid Kpit. Church. I'l'MRKI IIOCSC, gAVI?IAH, OA., JllH. 0, ItoxouiiP Sir : I should he unnruteful for the relief your kill Ima l.ionuht me If I did not report my ciuo to you. A cold nettled in mv Uiuha nml hicuht on excruciating lienmlLle piillia, wliieh ended In rhininc rlienimitlam. NotvlthaliuidiiiK I hiid the het of phynicmna, the dlfeaae pew wnrae and worao, until, l.y the advice of your excel, lent awn! In llnltlninro. Dr. Jhiekeniie.l tried your I'llla. l'helr elletU were alow, but anre. Jly ieiTcring in the use of them, 1 am now entirely well, i Senate CnAMnnt, Baton noroR, I,a., 5 Dec, 1S56. Dn. Avrit: I lmvo heen entirety cured hy your Tilla of Ilhcumatlc. Omit imiiiful diaraao Hint hud anil. iMl mo for yenra. VINgiiNT rl.lUKLL. For Drop)' Tlclliorn, or hindrcd Com i.lnliita, rciuliiiiB mi uctivo lunge, they are an ecel lent rcnieily. For CoMivcncss or Consliiiotion, nnd ds n Uiiiner Fill, they me nuieeiilile nnd rflertuul. Fits Suppression, I'nrnlysis, Inflnminn lon.iiud even Drafnreii. and Farllal ltllnd uru, luiio Lecu cured hy the alteintlve action ol theao I'll In. Mont of the rills In ninrkct ron Inln lercury, which, al though n vnlimhle remedy in allillul ImlulH, la iliinercua In n public pill, from the ilrendlul cnnseiiuenceB thut fre quently follow Ita inniiitiona uo. These coutaiu no mer cury or mineral auhntunco whatever. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL ron thk luriD cunE op COI'GIIS, COLDS, IIOAISSESESP, 1KFLV EISZA, BIlONf II1TIS, WHOOPING COIUII, CltOtH, AMI11IIA, 1N CIPIKKX CONSUMPTIOW, nnd for Hie relief of consumptive pallenta In advanced atnKca of the dlaenao. S need not appfik to the jmlillo of Ita virtues. Tlinniiihoiit every town, nnd nlnnwt every hnmlet of the American Plates, lis womlcinil ciiitb of pulinonnry com l.lninta have llimle it nllemly Known. Kay. few ale the liiiiiillca in any rivillrcd country cn this continent with rut Mime personal expel iciico of Its elTreta ; and fewer yet the communities any where which hnve not nmonpt them aomo livhm liophv of in vlcloiyover the subtle nnd dan ."ul"llM. of II." Hi'"" "! '! " ino-t powerful aiilldi leyct known to mini for the foiml ilshle nnd dnneorous illi-eusea of the pulmonary orpins, It la ill) Hie plciiwinlesl and safest remedy that can lie em 1 oyed f,.r Inliinta and youiiK P 'o'i. l'i'''' '''ou''' 5mvo It In store apiint the liiai.lloiia enemy that steals pen thorn unpriced. IV, have ahuiidont rionnda to l.ilinve the Chony Hclnrol m.vc, more hveit M Mhe con- aiunpllons It prev s than those it Clilea. Kee i I . hy von. and cn.eor cold, while they re r..rR l.or n. JC lect them iiuill no human skill can master tl ' canker that, fastened on the vitals, eat. yo ir life aw ay. All know (he dreadful fatality of Im'K ,llM,1,U'f"m! !? They know too the vhtnea of this remedy we need not do more tlmn to assure them it is still made the heat t can l,e. We spire uo c,t. no care, no toil to produce II the most peif. el possible, and thus afford t ' ''J It thoW ns'nt wlib h our skill can furnish for their cure. , PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, lowell, Masi. JAD SOLD Br O. W. ltOS!, AHi.-.n; il'll.K(lll CANXI.N, Ma.llsnnvillej Ami hy all ilcr,!cisjin Medicines. Jan8-ly-4M ""Premium Mills for Sale. BY virtue nf n Vhti'ii foiidcrerl in tlie iMmncorv Onm t nt Mit.lisonvillo, at last term, will, "on llm '22.1 ilny of Sojitemlior, 18S8, sell In the liiulii-st. l.i.l.Iof, nt tlio Tre mium Mills, on n creilit of aix nnd tw. lvo months, wit li interest, (except ton per cent, rcrjnit'cii to lie piii.l ilnwn.) theTrnots of I.nn.I coniiei'le.l with tlio l'roinnim Mills, near Mof puntim, lilount. cnttnly, or so tniicli of sniil Lnn.ia as ahull ho mitiicient to snliafy n docroe rttn.ioreil in ai.i(!oiirt for thetuo of tlielwiis of ,1 oh n Mo'lhco, iloo J, nitiiinst Henry On ilcfilonk mid his socMiritios, for f3,'J',l. nn.1 ' iutofoal from 30th ,Mnv, 1853. ,I."A. COl'I'lN", . ( .IA Am? 20, 1 8.8-t il-li fee fil-618 lhancn)- SaSi1 of Vjtj Valuable Inl'ANT lonn inti'tWiitory onUriif llic Chnnoory (.'o'it t, t onOi'ivd in lliueitse) of Win II. Mnploa nml ol hers, nt!iiinst. .losoph K. Uu.1.1 nml otlmra, in s ii.l Court, 1, Willinni Ijowry, CU't U nml lasti-r of tlio t hnncery Court nt Athens, will proect'd to sell on tin1 prcniiKcs, on the iitl tiny nf Srptrmbrr nrxl, thi! InnJ fol'iiioi ly o'.viu'il hy William Mnplen, di'oM, ootitnitiin 5iOJ aere, more or loss. One hundred dollnra of tho purchase money will ho re.iinre.l In tie paid in 'advance, ami tho linlaneo to he in one nnd two yenra, '.villi interest from the dnto, for which hond ami surety will lie reqidivd, nnd a lien ictnined until" nil in paid. Salo hotwixt Iho hours of 10 and 2oV.u:li of ani.l dnv. wji. iownv, c. it.i. Ang. 20, 18.'i8-lt-prs fv f 3-517 I,0, at. the sumo timo nnd place, (nnd . siicocedini; dava until all the properly shall lie disposed of.) I will soil all tlio per sonnl property except negroes) holoniiini; to the estnto of sntd Willinni Miip'es, deo'd; In clndini; a vnluntdo lot of work Mules; a .Inck; 8 .lennetla; nlioiit. 73 hend of Ito's; 300 hush els of Wheat; atnn.lin I'orn; 10J Slinres of tho Cnpitnl Slnek nf the Kast Tennessee ind (pr-la Kail Kund Oompnny and a great virioly of other propeitv. H.U.KKVlf. riTKSSl'TT, Adtn'r, with tho Will Annexed. Aufj. 20. 18.M-4t-,M7 Now Furnituro Store, Swi'i'twalrri I'riin. rn"lllK snhscrllo'r would respeet f illji announce to the H cilia lie of Moni.'c and .M 'Mum counties, that he hua opeuod a nil-Ail , iio Soro ! In the larire white house formerly occupied hy J. T. Itoirland, dcc'.l, where he Intetitls In keep on hand a han.lscmr nasnrluiriit of t HIIIONAIII.K III'HNITI'HK, mid will raiiipetd wl'h any house of the kind, hnlli in quiilliy ind price. Ihc preienl stock ceitiprHea Rlnhouiiiiy iiiid Unliinl Wiirilrolii'a, MMIIil.K Wi'AXO 1'I.AIX BVHKM'S, Cent re Tables, Dlnlnii Tables, llrcssii,,- Tables, and T hles of evciy ile.i-rl'ti.ii; SofMS, S.'ltees, Divans; Par lor an. I Itn-kliiR Clialrs, I'laln and Kancy t'liue-seat t'lmlra, (JultiK" I hairs; Frrnrh lleiliteails, nun ma ho);;!!))' and wiiliuit, t'ollatro U.Mlstea.ls, and Ihd.tcada of nil dcscriplloiis; Wash tiin.ts, Ac, Ac. 'fbe public are Invited to enll and exnuilne the Tnrnl tnro nnd Jo.lc" lor themselves, ll Is perl np. ne..e;;ssf .'! I!. At tills Kill niturv Is niilliur.iclure.t t.y John 1). tlray, iniyville, (la., nn.l will '" supplleil at all lime. ne.'es:u v. on rholtli"" !. It It Ti:.VIiV(lli, May'.';', 'H 1" ..ol Hwretwiitcr, Tenn. r Tlihiif I lit ft Until Knnil. BI'SP reeetv.'it, anttier lot of hoverlnir s Kttra ft, hiii ItetliiedHveup. nnd for sale at tl p. r illnn, i.isA.hy Ap'i.i tIKtl. IV. Iio.xsi. I CARRIAGE REPOSITORY ATIIK udK.0VILM:. ri'.MX. -ex T II take th llhcrty of calling the attantlon of the V iiuLltt lo onrstiwkof all dcscrlpllonsof Uarniia made at the present day cousiattng, iu part, ol the followiuK: COACH, oil CLOSE CARRIAGES, Of the latest style made substantia;, trimmed, with the Rliest aud most durable triiuiuiuns ; with hammer eea.1, and eilra line full Silver plate; door with eaah aud bliuds, out aod insole jacket. BERLIN ROCKAWAYS. These Rockaway. are rot up In theOlo.e Carriage order, with one hammer seat for driver.fnll plate; body aet on three apriuxs; trimmed richly. Tide ityle varlea In ! price according to finish. ; SKELETON-DOOR ROCKAWAY with nole nnd .hafts; front Beat to turn up; wood or leather dash; plated Sue and neat. SIX, SEATED ROCKAWAY. Borne of thfs'.tyle,-it np with permanent ont.ide.cal, In form of a Close Carriaire, anil other. Willi elevated shining fronJ ' i """'J' ,;' on nree IrlnK' '. ,u" plated. Turn-over S.nt Ilockaivay, Iade liubt for one horse ; front .eat to turn over against the dash ; trimmed on hnth aide.. LIGHT SIX SEAT ROCKAWAY. These are rot up fine and very substantia", with hook on seat for driver In front and drop curtain.. Can he easily shifted Into a four aeut Rockaway. FOUR SEAT ROCKAWAY. Of this order there are a variety of pattern. .ome finished very Bne.soiuc plain. Trice according to .lyle and linish. I'KtonwIo!! SlitUaeatetl Ruprifys With pole and shafts two Beats ce.n be shifted Into one; trimmed flue. J'rlce according to atyie hud linish. HALF TUI' 8M1E-SKATKD BUGGY, Jlilde light Irhumcd Hue, with polo and shafts. op DwBsys. We Imvc a variety of Top Itiignya hoot and panel bodies; wood and leather dnsliea ; leather tops; patent nnd plain nrls ; covered and plain bodies, l'rice va ryinir ncciirdiiir to style and fliiiah. Uood Silver Plated Harness to correspond. HICKORY NO TOP 15UGGYS. Our finest styles are made of Hickory entirely, and varnished without painting. HICKORY SIDI-: i-M-RING 1UJGGY3, Madoof Hickory very li'lit and fine. CONCORD 1JITGGYS. W have a large lot of these Bnggya on 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 lluggymade in America. Liverymen prefer them to nv .iiber. We have them got tin light and substantial. wiili plated dash, for one or two horses, with polo and shaft., with tiara or no imcK, iop or no mp. NO TOP BUGGYS, Of all styles, fashions and finish. Trice according to Btyle nm! finish. NO T01- SLIDE-SEATED BUGGYS, Made to slide hack and turn up on other seat. HACK WAGONS, WITH TOP, With three seats and three springs, for carrying pas sengers ; with brake, and rack for h.iggnge, ste is on both sides, middle .eat t turn each way, and railroad bacK. These Hacks are made "jnm up," and used for all purposes. l.lplit Hacks or Fnmilr IVnuroiia, On three springs tiro seats, pole and shafts. Jersey wagons, Made light for ooe horse shifting top; two seats trimmed with leather; plated dush; snug job, for small family. . PLANTATION WAGONS. Iron axle AVftirouii for two, four and afx l'orat-ii made nt the Nrth, of the lu-(H timber. Jtuu hijlit tunl statu longi-r tliun any otlier nHti. NO TOP IXAKTATION WAGONS, With body, nml three sprf tifrn nnd two aeatn. We hnve n t'vr nf thone Vngonnon the wry; hody eipht nnd a half or nine feet long; a first rate Wagon for every purpose. Our itock w.ii made to order, North, nnd having many Rtlvnti tildes in pettinffup work, with dome experience in the hiilneni, we flatter onrsHves that we can furnWi onrpntrnns with iond, Btihutantlal work, that we will warrant, and nt ns Inw price as can he houjrht any where, North or Ponth. V.'.- hi-ite those wantinp any tliinir in our line to cnil and examine our stock. Those who can not copvenietly rail can write us, describing the article they want, and we will irive clone attention to their onlt-r. We furnish Harness and Whip with all iohs we s H. Ppticlal orders nilPd nt rn, or w davs. Octl&-ly-47H UUIimES 1 I'llllXITS. Southern Pacific Stock Rising SEHORN & IIORKSBY I TAYK j ust received a largo and well-ee 1 L looted Rtock of Staple and Fancy Goods, oonsistiiiK in part uf Iilnck and Fancy Silks, IJnre(fea,kiiiliioidercd Muslins, Kiijnred Lawns, Crinterl Muslins, Gint'linni, Cnlioos, l'lain Wliito Swiss Muslins, Dot ted Swiss Muslins, White Jaconet, Wliito Cwnhric, Cross burred Muslins, Queens' Lnwn.Sash Uilibons, lionnet Rilitions, Caj Uililions, Narrow Uilibons, a 1 arizo lut of Luilies Kuibroidured lldkfs, Cap rvcU, Lnccs nnU Ivlgiiiifs, Hosiery, Uloves, Divas Tritnmin--fl, Fine Bonnets, Worked Col lars nnd Under sleeves, .Ineonet and Swiss Flouncing, Lndies Hooped Skirts latest style, (Jrnss Uloth tor skirls, ami Hoops separate. Tweeds, Cnssitners, Cuttonndes, Fl nun els, Hod Tickmi;, Apron Checks, Iilnck Alpacen Cnlsine Clotli, Cotton Cloth, Freiieli lilnck Unip cl'ICta, 13iaek and Fancy Cravats, Silk Ildkls, Cotton lldkfs. White nnd Fnncy Linen ildkfs, Linen Table Cloths, Towels, Bleached Dnmvslics, llcachvd Drills, Itrown Drill Brown Domestics, U.nlirelliH nnd l'nrnsols, Wall Paper, Window Blinds, Fire Screens, FAS 1 1 It ) N A BLU SILK II ATS.Cnssimere Hats, Wool lints, Leghorn nnd Straw lints, Gents Fine Ciilf Boots, Culf Shoes, Kid Gaiters, Kip Boots, Kip Shoes, Boys Boots, Boys Kid Gail era; Lmlios Jilnnk nnd Fancy lasting Gaiters, Kid Bonis, Kid Shoes, Kid Slippers, Kip Boots, Imitation flont. Boots, French Cnlf Bouts, Misses Gaiters nnd Kid Walking ; Shoes, Children's Gaileis nnd oilier kind ol Shoes. Also, nn excellent lot of FASHIONABLE CLOTHING Coats, l'ants, Vests, Slips, Shirts, Shirt Collars, Linen Shirt Bosoms. In fact, they have every thing that is usually found til a CHEAP Dry Goods Store nnd irr a l.lition to nil that, thoy have their usual large nml well seluuted stock of Fu.shiosinMe Jewelry! Gold Watches, Knglish Lever, Patent Le ver and Cylinder, single nnd double cased worth from $35 to $150 each. Silver Lever. Patent Lever nnd Cylinder Watches, hunting cased nii.1 open Inccil, li'oin ?I0 to (75 each. Gilt Watches, Ladies Watches; Lockets, nil sir.es and prices. Gold Breast pins, new style. Bracelets, Plain and Cnmco, Goldstone and Lava snla; Far Bolm nn.'i Kings, all pnt terns and prices; (luff Pir.s; Finger Kings; Collar and Bosom Bultons; Gents Pins; Silver Ware; Alh.il n plated with Silver; Silver Thimbles; Gold Thimbles; Silver and Gold Spectacles; n largo lot iw Gobi l ot) nnd est Chains; an extra large nnd well assorted lot of Gold Pens and Cases, fl to $5 each the Inrgeat and best ever tillered in Fast Tennessee made hy theoulehrnt.ed tnaniifnctiirer,Mcssi'R. Dawson, Warren iii llvde, of New York, and every point warranted A lnrgo lot of Pock et Cutierv; Spaying Knives; Drawing Knives; Fine Table Cutlery with Plated Forks; Carv ers and Steels; Curd Cases and Visiting Cards; Poitnionnaies, nil kiuiU, from a cheap 10 center to a Miver one worth fit). Colt a Pistols, old and new model, different lengths; Allen's Self rooking Pistols, Single Barrel Revolver and Repeater, on same plan as Colt's except self cocking; and other makes of good cheap Pistols. Flutlnns, Aooorleons, Tremblers, (nil sixes and prices,) Violins ..d Violin Bows, Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, Musi cal Boxes, Ac. Fine Knzors, itc. A large lot of oils and Pomatums for the hair, too te.lions to mention. For the Hdkf we have something new, one of which might he mentioned (Wright's Finngipanni, or the ICverlastinif Perfume.) Then we hare Combs, Brushes, Hair Pits, Soaps, lologuea, Flower Vases, China Mugs, Flavoring F.xtraets for oookitu;; Figs, Prunes, llnisins, Almonds, Fil berts, Pecans, Citrons, ('nn. lies, ito. It would be useless to undertake to men tion even the hundredth part of what we hitveg.it. and then we are selling them so chrnp. Jiint come tuul co for yourselves, and our word for it, we'll sell you what yon want. V ery H'equent Iv we near persons sav, "I wish I hadn't bought so and ao; I paid si;. u.,ind such a prioe, and lu re you offer me a li)ii.(li better thing for a less price," and won Ui' how it is. Wo toll I hem wo horn-lit our Fi' cheap, and believe in short pmlits nndnitick sales. April 2H t.K l'lna-t-Whlio mi I n"ivl colors Bilk ! Kloss, for snle If V. C.lWITT CO. ' J. W. CAUT & CO., Commission Merchants, Uaj street S A V A H A II, UA.t "II MIX sire strict attention to the le of all Country l'roiluce consigned to ttieir care. J. W. tiaut will Kiire nersnnal attention to pnrcliaalng on onler. Coffee, Snrar, Molas.e., Kire, 8nlt, Ac. A liberal .hare i f aatronsnt respect fully .oltciteil. J. W. OiTT, Isle of the Ann of Uaut Mcl'lierson, Knoxviiie, Tenn. R. It. Ua.anui, of the Arm of Bearden Francisco, Alacon, Ua. reo iz-ii-i-u MITU Will BAI1K Wll. p. (IIIK ADAM O. ADAMS, T. & W. IlllilN & t'O., IMPORTISS AMD WHOLRSALe DXALHIIS IW FOIIDIUIV AtHl) UOJIKsTIC D1T.T GOODS, 49 Public Square, Dec25-1j--191 INu-.li villc, Tenn. John L. M. French & Co, (JEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, (lit TTAXOOfit, TEJTK.j inarch 6-tf-Hl HYATT, MeBURNGY & CO., DIKBCT IMPOKTRItS AMD W0OI.KS.iLI DIALKR8 IN Foreign&DomesticDryGoods, No. 37 llayne street, t'liurleatoll, S. C. K. HTATT WU. HAMKLTI'ia,, . ..At'OCSTUBC. WTLT, . .cms. roamB. WM. M,RUH!Ky,...a.L.aiLLKaPIK,... June 6-1 y-4(2 HARD V A R E. couitTA uv, ti:n. i:.t co., DinKCT IMI'ORTKRg OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns. I'lstols, Ac, No. 85 Havnk STI1KKT, CHARLES TO A, S. C. WILLIAM 0. COURTNEY, Gtl.nERT B TENNANT. JAMK8 B. EVANS. June 17. '63 tf 247 w. i:. ii ii. i., pi. v.. ATIIKNS, TKNN., BriI.I. Rive his attention to the practice of Medl- cine. Office South of the llridue. January 80, 1S5T. 48(1 M. Ii. MAY, M. D., SURG E O N A Nl) PHY SIC I A N, ATI I r.NS, TEN ft ., T1KSPECTFULLY tenders his professional A ii serv ices to tlie public Jim. 14. 1 2i DR. J. L. ATLEE, PhyBioinn tts 9ur-;oon Athena. Tenn.. "WTII-I. Rlve his entire attention to the practice of v t .-leuicine. voice at me residence of the late tim.F. Keith. aug8 13 13 IT T I 3 T rt Y, C. A. JORiMN, IIKXTIST, rHIENDKRS Ills services to the public In all the va ji. nous nrancnes or his proreaslon. Kxtractlnir Teeth 41. each. The cash is considered due, In every Instance, when me worn is none. Onice one door North of the Store of the late t. Boyd, Esq. July 24-tf-tCl 1. a. tatlor.h. n.. DRS. TAYLOR" & ALEX1NUER, (Ojflce one door Jforth-vext of the State Banlw a Til. I. .lpvnts IhMlr nll..nlin ...,l.l...l.. iiluously to the duties of their profession one nf whom muv at nil l.fmi.s Ii. fonml .i il,uu A,n A. .... spectlre resiliences, when not professioually absent. i.t. n. win nivu iinrbieniHrHiiKiiiion 10 ine iipartnients of Surgery anil (hMric. When one Ins chnrife of a case nnd the presence of the other shall he rermlrnl. he will attend without additional charge. Nov27-4"9 nito. nanwii, j, B. cookr. ilailwontillr. Tent). Athene, Tenn, UiCUUM & COOKE, Attoruoys txit Xj ix -w and solicitous ijy chjiatkhw TE7II,I.practlcein theOhsncerv and Clrcnlt Courts V T mine counties or Monroe, lc.Minn, Polk, tlriid ley. lelrs, Itnnne and Illnunt, and In the Supreme nnd rejerai Lonrcs at Knoxvllle. jah 28-tf-4:)5 o. l. yobk. . YORK & VAN'DYKE. .w. n. tam nraa Attoruoysj n. t 31 , xsrr, Atlis-siw- 'lo..... WILL practice In the Clinncery and Circuit Courts ' In the counties of Mc.MInn, I'olk, Monroe, Meigs, ..rn,iiiiii nrnuiey. ami atienn promptly to the col lectingand securing of all claim, entrusted to their ' Feb 2(l-t?-l!i2 W. II. BRUNT, -A. ttornoy n. t Iia -w9 Athens), Tenn.. WII.I. attend promptly to the collecting and securing "of clniins, and will give his undivided attention to all business entrusted to his care, in MvMInn and the surrounding counties. July 17-tMiKI A. S. JARNAGIX, A. ttorxxoy , Iia iiinassco Copper 11 ilea, Polk County. Tenn. tW Ofllce near Masonic Hall. June ll-tf-50T WILLIE LOWRY, A. ttornoy a, t Ij , Juiiil-tf Athena, Tenn. 48S FRANK. S. HALE, Attoruoy v t Iiaw, Athenas Tenn. 0IIIc up stnlrs in the Court-house, fsept 19-1y-ll9 JARNAGIN & CALDWELL. Attoruoya n.t Xinw. AtheiiN, Tenn. Mll.TOH l. -AHKAnia April iu-lHI!l .A. CALDWELL, J. L. THOMPSON, A ttornoy nt Xsa xr. l'ikevillc, Tenn. T "ETIIJ. practice In the Courts of Uleilsoe, Marlon w T Heuacliie, and Cumberland. Mar 10-ly-4U5 GEO. 17. DRIDGES ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. 1 lltACTICESin the dilfeeni.t. ,,nl,'.. 1 posin-j the Third Judieiul Cireuit will attend to the collecting and socniine; of claims ami win Rive ins un.iivi.ied attontior. to all ouHinesseutrtisteu to lusonre. March 2. 1849 tf 28 PXiOYD XX OTJSE Tflus-siis. Bin. )1HI9 House Is now open for the accninmndatlnn of .m nir.i.,iiinu puone, nu particularly lor those ..... .n ...... ,,.. .u Musi., , ,,, .iinu.ni, ii i. crnim II. P. KKDIllNH.l-roprletor. march 37-tMM D. F. DKNSK, Superintend'!. DniDGrES HOUSE. riiKanovennmed House, situated within a short .bl instance or ti;e Alliens Penot, 1b now mien for the reception of travelers. Tersons traveling on the East ennessee ami uenrgia Kail Koail, anil .topping at Athens, will find thl. House moreuonrenlrntly situated thsn any otlier. The subscriber nleilirea himself lo his utmost exertions to give satisfaction and to render oomior-an:e ail wno msy tarnr him with their patron' are. 'Athens, Dec l-lf-4.S0 JAfl. 8. BIIIDOKS. IiEUTV'B IIOTHXi, III IMIV. TI'VV. rMHlf well known House has hern newly lilted lip trlth I bedding, furniture, Ac. Tlie undersigned has taken charge of it, anil In announcing himself for the puhllo ln,iunp(a ii.hs "i ne ,ree io nn tesieu ny ii. irillt, ' and pledges highielf, by an asslilunu. attention and a due regard for the comfort and tastes of hi. guests, they hsll be eared for and furnished with the best the coun try asTords. He ha. also connected with the house the larg. Blame, shells ami lot, or Messrs. Taylor, Hrldge. A v " , win nc prepsreu hi mi line. Jan II -Rt-Hsl vm. M. ALKXANDKR, Proprietor. HUMPHREYS HOUSE. Knoxvllle. Tenn. ii. ii ir m i ii it i: v h HAS leased for a term of year, the Inrge new Brick Uiillillng Just completed for a Hotel, situated wllhln a Tew vsrilsof the Passenger I'latrnrm, fronting the Depots of both the Hast Tennessee and (ieorvlnand Kast rennessee and Virginia lull Hnad., about the aame distance from ench and much nearer and more con venient lo the Road than any other Hotel, besides a saving nf lluek nr (tmnihiiB hire. Psssenger. whj wish to take the fl for Mnnivst. Slirlng., or to Kentucky, by way or Clliilnn, will be call ed for promptly, enery departure for ellhur place, hy The ProlirteUir line, not think It nriiarv in I.. has kept a liillle llonse anr where. AS ISmpMm.i nl.l dnennients are tUnt-.Ton. tblnen. He i. determineil on innkliig this a comfortable House for those who msy five hliu a tail. jhr 81-tMM ' OI -tJTAI' Illl.ls Male and Ft' mule Academy, Fol'BTAlX II Hi, Ml MISS OI.,lM. J. II. BISHOP, Principal. Miss M. 8. BISHOP, Instructress In French and Eng. Ilsh Literature. THKSKCOND SK.1SION of this Institution will com. mence on Monday, tbe I'd day of August next. KATKS OF TUITION, Pas Ssssioa or 21 Wins, Payable one-half iu advance, balance at close of scion. Orthography, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic,.. 15,00 Geography, Grammar, Philosophy, History, Com position and Declamation, 8,00 Physiolopy, Astronomy, Algebra, Geometry, and the higher branches of Mnthematlc, 10,00 Latin, (Ireek, French, and Belle.-Letter 12,00 Hoarding in good famiPe.. convenient to the Acade my, for the .ma of tl,2A per week, washing extra. It is very desirable thut all who design entering a. pupils be present on the flrst dav of the session. No student admitted for less than half session, and no deduction for lo.t time except In cases of protracted sickness. The undersigned, Trustee, of Fountain Hill Academy, are happy to announce to the public that, after a fair experiment, they can ssy with confidence that the ad vantage, afforded by this Institution to .tudent. de siring a thorough or a business cduciitton, are not ex celled by those of any .imiliir Institution. The plan of instruction is substantially the eame as that pursued at Kraory and Henry College, Va., where the Principal obtained his education. The In.trurtres. In French, having been educated by one who .pent mnuy years of her life among that people, is thoroughly prepared to teach the pronunsintlon of that language, in which tenchers are generally so deficient. There Is in connection with this Institution a Literary Society and a well selected Academical Library, both of which afford advantage, of a superior kind. In ad dition to these, the silvnnlnees of location recommend this Institution very highly to those desiring to send or go to Pehnol. It Is a quarter of a mile East of Mouse Creek Depot, .urrounded by a beautiful grow, and near all excellent spring. Judging from the past, its friends predict for It a future full of prosperity and u.efulne... John F. Piir.axAN, W. A. .'TiiPiisxs, F.luau Catk, Uaviu Neil, II. L. Snri.Ts, Trwteet. Fountain Hill, July 111, ls.y-tf-M2 SI ('Alt, Coffee, Lorerlng's Fine Golden Syrup (the best that is made in tlie world,) ltice, Boiln, Starch, Manilla Hope, Pepper, Spice lend Ginger, just received and for sale by (OcliM) . W. HOBS'. MOFFAT'S Tm I 3T" 33! XXXjXjS AND Phoenix Eiders. rinllK best FAMILY MEDICINE now before the pub- H. lie, for the cure of Scrofula, Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Sl;ii, Fever nnd Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, and in fact mostdlseases soonyietil lo their cu rative properties. It has been computed that during the last twenty five years upwards of Four Millions of persons have been benefited hy the use of these medicines; a fact which speaks volumes In favor of their curative proper ties n single trial will plac. them beyond the reach of competition in the estimate of every pntielit. Hy their use the Itlood is restored to a healthy state and freed from all impurities. The system i. not reduced during their operation, but Invigorated, aud they require uu 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. 11. Moffet, M. D., Proprietor, New Tork. For sale In Athens by GEO. W. ROSS. Dec 4-1y-4S0 11 E D TJ O E D Through Rates of Freight From IV AMIVII I.i: to K.VOXVII.M', AND STATIONS ON TUB Kast Tennensee and Georgia Hall Road. SUOAK, Coffee, Molnsses (in barrels,) Tohncco (in boxes,) Nails, I)ry Hides, Oils (in barrels,) Copperas, Hope and Cordage, l''ish, Cheese, Soap, Star nnd Tallow Candles, White Lend, Bar Lead (in Yevfi mid boxes,) I'ii; Lend and Shot (in kou's.) Liquors (in hnrrcls nnd casks.) Crockery Ware (in centos and casks,) per 100 lbs., 50- No article entitled to this rate except those speuitied above. Shot nnd Lead in bundles, and bottled Liquors will he charged the regular local rates of each Hond. ,AI1 Hoods from ihe Western cities and New Orleans, for Knoxville and Stations on the Lust Tennessee nnd Ceorgin linil Konil, will be forwarded free of commission when con-ei-ined to the Agent of the Nashville and Chattanooga l'nil Road, at Nashville, dray age only charged, which has heen contracted for nt 75 cents per ton of 2000 lbs. Every pnckai-e must have tho name of the Stotionsol delivery plainly marked on it. Konds will not bo responsible for or.linoay leakage of Lii-unm, Oils .r Molasses, and will only pay for deficiency of contents when packages show marks of violence. A bill of Freight paid Steamers nnd Prny nge will be mailed to consignees from Nash ville, showing, also, the time of arrival and departure of the goods. It. C JACKSON, Sup't Tut tTenntssee it Georgia Kail Koad. Maron , 18.'. - lf-4l Saddle, Bridle and Harness aiAKTUFAOTornr H'cal! Side of tie iublio S.iire. FK1HK subscriber returns his sincere thanks to the. B public generally for the very liberal patronage he has heretofore received, and hopes by industry, perse verance and attention to his business to merit a con tinuance of the same. He keeps constHiitiyon hand an assortment of Sad dles, llrldles, Carriage and Buggy llarne.., and every thing else in that line, made by the best of workmen. He would also inform hlB frienls that he has just opened a lot of Suddlery, such as Enamelled Leather, Hog-skins for seating. Pad SkinB, Morocco, Patent Leather, Stirrup Irons, llrldle Hits, a flue assortment, Mule Hits, Buckel., Swaps, Whip, for Two Horse Wag on, Harness, Trace Chains for Two Horse Wagon, Sad dle Trees, Ac, Ac, all of which he offers on accommo dating terniB. All nrderB punctually attended to. Please call and examine for yourselves. EDWIN A. ATLEE. Athens, April 0, l$A9-tf-S94 TI'ST It i:'i:i Vl'.ls Hr. Parker's Palo Pan area; Shirk's Indian Fever anil Ague Itemedy, an externnl application infnlihlc; Macaubaand Scotch Snuff; Hay's Liniment; Arahinn Liniment; Steel and Ollt Pens; Puttyand Window Olns. and for sale hy march 11 WM. BUItNS. Machine Building ANII WOOXji OAXlTJirJO, I'llilUltcl llllill, J'l'llll. C. JULIAN respectfully notifies the r T public that lie isstill engaged in build ing Wool Curding Machines, and that he will attend to any orders in his line. He also has first rate Wool Carding Ma chinery in operation, and is prepared to do all work that tuny be presented. Wool sent to the enra of Depot Agent, 1'hilii.lolphiii, will bo Carded and retr.rned promptly as di rected. May 7, 1858-nin-502 I-TlATO" cT3B O ITT 33 13. V.rt rI'MIK subscriber is now receiving a new I stock of L'LKGANT 1'IANOS from the oldest and most responsible manufactories of ine iNortli. Those instiuments are for sale nt Athens and Chatlnnnoira. II. G. COOKE. Deo ft, 18o7-tfi28 HOOTS and Slio. I have Ju.t received a Ural rate lot of lioots and 8lioes of all slss,and will aell them chep for the cash. Those needing the article would do well to call on O. W. H0SS. Feb 8 THK Shoals anil Quicksands of Youth. J Hat l'illlilirri, tlio 3rf i:-lltinn. S5.t- ON Spertnnlojrhea or Seminal lli.ea.es. fl'ilS .elelitlflc Treatise on the treatment and ffJ&'-'X perfect enre of Nervous Debility, Semi nal Weakness. Involuntary P.mlssinna. Impotence, Ac, resulting from virlous habits acquired during tlie critical i.M.siige from Youth to Manhood. BY lilt. CULVKKUKI.L, Member of the Itoyai College of Surgeons of Fngland, (i-c-,) Licentiate or Me Hall, flsil,) and 80 years Resident Practitioner in London; Author of the "(lulde to Health," "(Ireen Hook," "How to he Hnn p)'," "Memoirs of Single and Married Life," Ac This small, hut highly valuable Treatise, written by A world renowned Physician and Snmeon, points out tbe only sure and pennanent eure for all (Nsrasee re sulting from self-abuse, and Is the only puhllcstlnn of Its kind written In a benevolent anlrll and by a .den tine man. It should be In tbe hands of all who value their llff and healrh-nmi happiness here and hereafter. Price 13 cents, nr 4 stamps, at the receipt of which It will he sent, post free, and well secured, hy Dr. Cll. KLINK, No. 4 !n 1st Avenue, Box 4.Y-.S, New York. us a ly sin A NO. I article of Crushed anil l.naf fin-ar, Jn.l re- j. reived and for sale by W. 0. W ITT A CO. dune . ptllO(i;illl:a.-J'i Orleans gugnr and Ms. hisses, new rroii. as nice an article si n ...r brought to this market, fur sale lr Jn s IIUKTUN m I1HVAN. TIB' ' IT. UJ IT 9 Athens, Tenn., April 26, 1858. ROBESON, SAR1AIN & 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 Osnaburg to the finest Cloths and Silks; a large and well selected stock of lioots and Shoes, at very low figures- Hornets, Hats, Caps and Straw Goods, of every variety; Hardware, Queens ware, Groceries, Drugs,' I'aints, Oils and Dye StuHe; Notions, including Hosiery, Gloves, Buttons, Thread, Fans, l'urasols, Umbrellas, Hoop Skirts, Ladies and Gents Suspenders, White, Fancy and Marseilles Shirts nnd Col lars; Ladies Linen and Embroidered lldkfs. Collars, Sleeves, tc., Ac. Perfumery. Co lognes, Oils, Extracts, itc, Ac. A good as sortment of GENTS CLOTHING. In short, we have something of every thing, and are determined to offer inducements to good customers. Give us a call. We show Goods with pleasnre. We expect also to attend to the pur chase nnd sale of all kiuds of 1'roduce. April 80, 1858 New Goods First Arrival! W. O. WITT eJtJ CO., VT "Bnllew's Old Stand." would respect fully cull the attention of their friends nnd customers to their splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, embracing a variety adapted to the Benson and the wants of the country, which will be sold at unheard of low prices. FOR THE LADIES, they have the latest styles of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Muslins, l'rinls. Linens, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, ltonncts nnd Bounet Trimmings. A large stock of OKXTLKMEys WKAIl, such ns Cloths, Cnasitners, Snlinets, Vesting, Tweeds, Drillings, tto , itu., l'eaily lliule Clothing, Hats, Hoots nnd Shoes. Drugs and Medicines, Taints and Dye Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Queenswnre and Groce ries, besides every other artiole usually kept in Retail Stores. Give them a call. They consider it no trouble to show Goods. They are determined not to be undersold. f"Sf Thev will nlso attend to the purchase, sale and shipment of "roduce. April 9 Lecompton All Right. Onla nFixod Pftot t SO says tho Telcgrapl but be that ns it nmy, it is the impression, or rather convic tion, of IIORTON & BRYAN That the people of MoMinn county will be but very little effected by either of tho above questions, consequently they have purchased iu the Northern cities a very heavy stock of Spring and Summer Goods! em binning a general assortment of such Goods as are usually brought, to this market, con sisting of a very fine and select assortment of IJHKSS GOODS! suited to the season, fuming which may be found Silks. Tissues, liateges. Lawns, White Goods, Ginghiiiiims, l'rints; Also, Hon nets, Trimmings, Miinlillns, itc, ilc, to which they invite the especial attention of the Ladies. 1'hey eiui fiiruii.li Gentlemen with almost any thing that may be called for in the line of wearing nppnrel, from a lino Dress Coat to a pair of Suspenders all of which are of fered at extremely low prices. They invite their old friends and customers to give them a call. April 16 1HH TOIt IIOOI LAXIi'S CELEBRATE!) GERMAN BITTERS, WILL RrrHTTUALLT CCBB MvorComplainfi l c'ifi( Jaundice Chronic or A'trroua Debility, IHtteaae of th Kidney and all UineanfB arising from a disorderly Liver or attnnttch. Such as Constipation, Inward riles. Fullness or Mood to the Ik'iut, Aciilily on the Stomnch, Nausea, Heart burn, Di(tut for Kfis-ul, FnlneMS or i-ifht in Ihe Htoni tteh, Sour Kructation, Sinkinu or Fluttering at the I'it f the Stomach, SwiimiiihK of the Head, liurrled and lithcult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or HulTocatiiiK Henaations when Iu a 1yti.tr posture, DlmneKS of Vision. Dots of wehg he fore the iNjrht, Fever and Dull Pain iu the Hend, Pelloieiicy of IVrupiration, Vel lowuuHS of the Skin, and Kyes, I'utn hi the Hide, Hack, Chest, l.imbu, Ac. (Sudden Flushe of Heat, Hunting in the Flenh, Constant Imaginings of Evil aud great 1 preftfiion of Spirits. The proprietor, in culling the attention of the public to thi? preparation, does so with a feeiinr of the utmost confidence in the its virtues and adaptation to the dis eases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article but one that has stood the test of a ten years' trial before the American people, and its reputation and sale are unrivalled by nuy siutiiur preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the most prominent and well-known Physicians and Individuals in all parts of the country Is immense, and a careful perusal nf the Almanac, Pub lished annually by the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any of his Agents, cannot hut satisfy the most skep tical timt tlie r.'tufUy is really deserving the great ce lebrlty it has obtained. Dlf. IIOOfXAMP BALSAMIC CORDIAL, OR TUB SPKKliT CUHR CUT OriujA, CoM Jnflueiwi, '(, Jltntrtme, Bron ch Hi. IHtteitHfHof the Jiotrtl arinina from Cttfd. In vittimt Consumption , anil or the rtltef and. (If at alt po8ioie) cure of j'atiente in aavancea stagee of the latter dineae. Catarrh, or Common Cold, as It is familiarly called, is worthy or study, and serious enough to be avoided, if possible. Dr. Bell says: I will not say that Colds are to our (..habitants what the J'tagtut and Yrtimc rerer are to other countries; but, I can aver confident ly that they usher in disease of greater complicity and mortality than these latter." In the danger of Jtromtfiiti and Pneumonia, which oftm follow in the train of neglected cold, and in VhthmiH J'uimonalie, the tubercular irritation of which Is developed hy the same cause, we surely have proof and argument suincient lor attention, not only to the preventive means, but alno to the curative ones of a disease, which however mild in its inception, is directly or luuireciiy productive ol buck diversified auu alarm inir results. This lesson should be p irtlcularlr impressed on those who have any -:oiiititutioul tendency to Pulmonary CtmnHiiijnioii. The use of the Dntsamlc Cordial, agreeably to the dl rections accompanying each bottle, will readily cure tlie most distressing case 01 coiign. Coughs sometimes proceed from a disordered or dys peptic state of the stomnrh,!n which case the Germ an hitters should be used. In cases of weakness, or gen eral debility of the system, resulting from a protracted rough, the German Hitters will be found of great ben efit. Incases of acute T.i flam mat inn of the Lungs, th prominent symptoms generally are hurried and pnin ful respiration, Imperfect arterittlisatlon of iho blond, cough and expectoration, attended with excitement of the heart, fever, various derangements or the digestive and urinary systems, prostration of strength, Ac. The lungs may he diseased without any of these symptoms being prominent, hut the murmur produced during In spiration and respirntion, and the alternate contraction and expansion or the chest, evident to both sight ami reeling, all furnUh must important physkal signs In chsc of disease, and should receive prompt attention. This disease is usually caused by a cold settling on the lungs, and the use of the Dalsamic Cordial sooin per forms a cure. Tlie terrible fatality of diseases resulting from 'common cold" may be seen by a glance at the follow ing statistics, taken from the records of the Hoard of Health of Philadelphia, confessedly one of the most healthy locations in the 1'nion : ISM. Total deaths In Philadelphia, 10,2fil Died of Consumption, l.fH'j " all othur diseases (20 In no.). 8,4t I0.2t ISo3. Total deaths Died of Consumption, ... " " alt other diseases, .0.740 1,fi!ft T.8M 0,710 ti.hu 2.17S 9,(W MRU ISM. Total deaths Died of (NitiMiiiiiplinn, M " all other diseases,. Front these figures, ft will he Been th(H nearly one fourth of the total deaths In the country are caused hy consumption, to say nothing nf the numerous other diseases springing from a "slight cold. " The proprietors are In the possession of certificates showing that the Halsamtc Cordial has effected cures where all other remedial means have failed. Ulve It a trfnl. These Invaluable medicines are nrennrrd onlr hv Dr. 0. M. Jackson, 4iH Arch street, Philadelphia, and are for sale hy druggists and storekeepers In ever town and village in thn United ffistes, Caaadas. and West Indies. rlre Tft ivnts prr bottle. For sale hy WM. Hi nXH, Athens : III OWN A UOWAN, Pweetwater t OIIKHNCT A WKHT.Phlladeh.hiai O. H. THOMPSON A CO.. Cleveland; FA MX KFXLKY A 1N, Charleston. May 7-ly-IIOl ITofvcl Till m I IJHOM the first day of January, Isfta, we adopt 1 Ihe Mai Motil.e Credit Sintrm, and will nol sell Goods on longer time. We havo on hand and will continue to keep a good assortment of Goods, and will Brllihein at very l.. Rxnres. Wo tad sni.ll proSts and quick ale to be Ihe he.t plan, anil Our motto In fn a.. Jn" HOUTOJt A RRYANT. fHlfPE F. I t'OII r V. t f'OFpi: r. -Ju.t re- J eelrnl, a good lot of the very best Klo CnlTeo, from llnltlinore and New Orleans. One onp of ihla excellent CndVe will make you dream of "Tl nes of Kase." (al soon, and bring the money with yon. and vnu will he ' ' - " "i ur.u. n . impel. New Firm and New Goods. MARTIX, VARNELL & CO., t'AMIOl X, TF,!V)i., VKE receiving and opening, in their large new Store House, one of the largest and best selected stocks of Fall and Winter Goods ever opened in Kast Tennessee. The assort ment is complete, embracing every thing the people need in the way of DRY UOOD S. GROCERIES, QUEEXS WARE, HARDWARE, U UTLKR I", IROX, STEET J' A IX T S, OII.S.de.,te. The Goods were bought low, having had the advantage of the great pressure in the New York money market, and of course they will be sold the same way. Call and see for yourselves. Oct 8-IM72 Rates of Through Freight raoM CliurlcatoUf Savannah, Augusta and TO KNOXVILLE, AND ALL THE STATIONS ON THE Eaat Tenne( AT Georgia Hail Hoad. "KIIWT CLAPS. Piano Fortes, Hooks, Stationery, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Liquors, Oils, Ac, (in buttles. l Campheiie nnd Spirits Tur pentine (in barrels.) Carpeting, China,! Glass and Ulassware,Cigars(iii cases.) (. loi-ks.Lonrcctionaries.i. otton mrus Casks and Boxes, Dry Goods (in box es and bitten,) Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shruhherjt , turs, harden Seeds, poking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, (at owner's risk,)uys ters (in cans and jars.) Saddlery, Tin and Hrltaiiisia Ware, Teas and Spices, Georgia nnd South Carolina Domes tics per 1,m Ihs 1,15 82Jtf 76 SIXOND CLASS. Hardware, exept such ns specified In first aud third elapses. Coffee Mills, Molasses, Machinery, Foreign Liquors (in barrels and pipes,) Tobacco (in boxes,) Leather (in rolls nnd boxes,) Gils (in barrels and caks.) Crockery and Queenifware(in crates and casks,), Hice. Whitinu. Piaster. Sheet Brass and Copper per iMtlhs 1,0ft 75 70 TIIIKD CLASS. Axes, Sugar, Shovels, Spades, Sad Irons Pig and Bar Iron, Zinc and Tin (in oiirOTIn Plate, Anvils. Vices, Nails. Casks of Chains and Hoes, Manilla ami Cotton Cordnire, Cement, Co tree Heavy Castings, Mill Gearing, Kail Bond H heels and Axles, Chairs and Spikes, aud Rosin (in barrels) Per 100 Ihs 80 60 66 SPECIAL IIATF&. Furniture and Curringes (boxed,) and other light articles not enumemteii: nlso. Carboys of Acids or other Chem icals, will he charged by actual weight, hut at double first class rates ner 100 lbs I 2,30 1,M Single Packages of UK) pounds and under, will be charged 25 cents on each Hoad. Articles not enumerated In tho ahove rates will he subject to classification hy the Agent at the point of Shipment. Orerrharges to be promptly settled by Agent deliv ering tbe goods. Damages to be settled by Superintendent Trsnspor tation of this Road, snd nn appeal from his decision on the part of-connecting Koads. In ca?es of litigated damages, each Road entitled to charge local rates from point of shipmentto destination. Goods must he well and securely put up ami plainly marked with name of conslgnee,destination,and Depot of deliver. Thi Through Rvte does not affect the Local Kales of 2d February, IS".;. Through Rates on specified articles from Nashville, as published 4th March, 1S57, is confirmed aud contin ued. Ample notice will be given of any contemplated ad vance on the ahove rates. It. C. JACKSON, Sup't Trans. East Tenn. A Ga. Rail Koad. Knoxvllle, June 1st, lNr7-tf-4M AIM: M If AmilXUHm A large lot.aultable for Halls, Parlor, Ac, for sale. Oct 10, '56 McKWKN k GILLESPIE. NEW FIRM. J. M. IIORTON, P. L. BRYAN, KIIK0 leave to snnounre to tliclr frlemls thnt they Imvc rurnird pnrtnrhlp fur the purpose of CMT- ryini; on Die Mercantile Ilusiness, a. Uuaters in Dry Goods, sdfao.. In the house formerly occupied by W. O. Morton k Co., umli-r the name and style of II O It T O N 6c H It If A X. Jan 8-1-4KS ffjs'll' unilerslf-ned have this day bousrht out the firm M. of IlKAllKltICK A LOW KY,at the old stand of W. II. HhMcst, ami respiwlfully ask the patronage of their frieiiil. and the public generally. Athena, March 11, l.M. W. 0. WITT 1 CO. Nolicr. rilHK undersigned having this day sold their entire H- stock of Goods, Groceries, Ac, Ike, to W. C. WITT A CO., tuke this method of retiirulnir their sincere thanks to their friends for their liberal patronage, and respectfully ask for the new firm a continuance of the same. DKADKH1CK A L0WIIY. Athens, March 11,lS5S-tMS New Wagon Maker's Shop. JAMBS 353 IX, South Side of tlie Bridge, Allien, Tenn.. MS prepared to make all kinds of Wagons, on short notice and In Ihe best style from a Wheelbarrow up to the largest Itnail Wagon. All new work warrant ed. All kinria or llepalring done on short notice, anil with the best material. Call In, gentlemen, and Judge for yourselves. He would be thankful for the needful due fo work already done. Jan 8-tf-4s" ATHENS FOUNDRY AND 3VXn.oli.i2io WorUn. THE subscriber would respectfully an nounce to the citizens of Athens and the public generally, thnt he is now ia operation and prepared to da O ABTING of every description in his line, and would therefore solicit orders from nil those who may wnnt anything of the kind. II o is now cnstint'nud has for sale dif ferent sizes of the Globe, or Air-tight Cook Stoves, furnished complete; various sizes of Parlor, Nine Plate, Chamber, Ollice and Shop Htovrs. Also, Hollow Ware; 'Wallle Irons; Ploughs, right and left hand. Also, the Kilgore Spirnl or Incline Water Wheel, which will saw from two to five thou sand feet per day. ill kinds of 1VI AOIIINEHT fit ted up in tho best and most dttrablo mnnner, nnd upon short notice. Also, Iron Railing of every description. He is also prepared to do all kinds of BrassoAating. The highest Cash price will be paid for OU) COPPER. C. ZIM M HUMAN. V. S. There is connected with the Works an excellent Pattern Maker, so thnt person wishing castings onn have Patterns made to order. (1. 7. Athens, Tenn., July 18, 186 tf 408 (I,AIIK'!I Celebrated Flourins: Mill. CJ RINDING and Bolting nt a aingle opera- 1 i ivn T I oil Will turn out 50 bbls. per day. Sil inch Stone t.i. .:n .... . . i n iii- . ' - in nn ii inn tt onia, per a ay. This Mill ia l.h olionnn.t in.... I. J.. ..... , , ,,,nv ,ilIO, IIII- rable and compact, requiring leas power, leas ntt.Allt.inll ntl.l Mnl-.i a l.n,. 11, '"n-i jianj nun net,. ter q.uality of Flour, thnn any other in use or for snle. Mills can be seen running at Kings- We also manufacture a very superior Corn and Feed Mill upon the same principle If any man will furnish me the power so that I can run n 22 inch pullev SliO times a minnt-, with 8 inch band, I wfll put up the Mill and run it 80 days if ho will furnish me as much Wheat as I can grind In thnt time at 1 per bushel and take Uie Flour at i ci barrel, I will give him the Mill for thn net profits, arter paying for the Wheat and all the expenses nf riinnlnir nn.l I.,,,, .i.. si:n i , i n. nm .Hill ll as good repair ns it va at tho bcifinning. A AAvmtm fl'tlllkl 1. , i , . ....... ti.. niuo, j, nirr,ijV kk, , Kingnton, 7'enn, unfereneea na fn r.tki,..,..:l.:l .. . ,i ... . . ... r""-"ni. ; .nieiis, I bnllnnooga, and Knigslnn. a ne a'-ove iiiuia can nlso be pnrehnaed ,,f . C. L. KINO, Ricevill,, Te,tn. Jan 1, 18.')(l-niii-4t4 Notice. IJUnSl'ANT to a decretal onUr of the County Court of lionne county, ma,le ; tlie niRlti-r of the petition of Simeon Hrn.ler ami otlier. tx parte, nt tlie Aueust session 1858, 1 will, on J-ntnrJay, the 2.itli (iay uf September next, at the Court house in Kinjs. tun, expose to snle, nt politic outerr to tlie liiglieBt IiiJilor. the TRACT OF LA.M . lohniniT to the heirs of James t'rnml.less, ile. cen-e,l, situate in tlse l?tls Civil Ili-slriLt of Kosne county, ronUiniuR, by estiiiiaiin n,,n neres. T,-ttu. Ri anil lw.lv. n,n.l. . i. - , "'"i". crenit, in equal pnyiiients pun-haser ffivinc notes with approved security, and a lien retninened on the Land until the whole consideration is pai-i. AWll.li 1 UKliKMi, t'erl Aug IS, 1868-ld-prs fee f 7-51 Bftoon, Baoou. SKII0RN IIORNrtlir wish to purchase 00 Onn floods, or receive it in paymeut of debts, allonlni" til I ;r r Lr" r Ui:Anv--niK i,otiii..a i.r ami .uperlor lot just receired and opened and Will be .old low down. KOIItON.SAItTAIN Co. eil K'IS TH U O. -Ju.7r7. Xlrand no mistake. KOllK-'ON.I'AKTAlN.CO.' July M Stoves! Stoves! Stoves! AT -J- tlious Foundry, At lima, 'I'm ii. "V0W makin-r and on hand, various slsrs of Siorss i. The Crescent, Iowa, Kansas and Indiana Cnnlr Manic I'arlor.Hpen Krankliii.ttii PIHte or lloa.aud T' . ...v . .....i.. , " a'" me very Intt st and most improved styles. For durability and simplicltv of construction tiler. .r. nn..n u.,,,.1 uni.i . 3 cent, less than can bepurclissi d rlsenlierr NoT ' C. ZIM.MKIt.MAN, Proprietor . Committed to Jail, i. inc town of V. asliin(;ton, Hlies county, Tennessee, on the Sifilli dnv of April, 1858, a NKfJKO lioY, who snys his nnme is John Day. Said Negro is from Si lo 40 years of iu-e, about S feet 8 inches liij-h, will' weii-h about litfi Ilia v.,.. . z r , .i., wniK.niui says lliut he is free nnd was born free has in his possession some papers purport in-, to be from Henjnmin Jones, his Guardian, fn.m Towns county, Georgia; nlso, a pass from the enid Jones, which is tliou-ilit. to lie fuiyi'd. I KL'IllJ, Jnilo'r. Wiislnrifil on, April SO, 1858-tf-5ul LOUDON R 0 L L I N GM I L L At LOI lMA, Ti:. piIE inideiaipned would respectfully in-' JI form the consumers of Wrought Iron that they are no v ninuufncliiritie a ' Superior ilrlicle of Iron, such ns Wn-ron Tyre, Hupey Tyre, llure Shoe Iron, Hand Iron, Hound nnd ftiuare Iron, nil sizes of Flat Iron, from ihree fouilhs of nn inch in width up to three inches, by all the various thicknesses, from three'six. teeulhsofan inch and upwards. Also, rounds, from rive-eighths of an inch up to one nnd a half inches; squares, from one-half inch to one and a quarter inches all of wliich they flatter themselves thnt they can make equal, in point of finish nnd good quality, to any Ihiit. is made in Ihe Slates, llnviiijj been en gaged in Hie business upwards of thirty venrs, and thereby acquired a tliorou-rh knowledge of the manufacture of iion. in all its branches, by which they hope to give en tire satisfaction to those who ue their iron. All orders addressed to them w ill be prompt ly nttended to. tv2T Maj. A. Wall is the only authorized agent to receive orders fur our establishment. JONES. 1'IIIU.IPS & CO. February 12, 1858-ly-4'J0 -A-tlxo-tasss round ry, HAVING en(raueil the services of Mr. P.M. Kiuioas, who is authorised to receive orders .ml Iniiimii t all business appertaining to the Foniiilry.nny person waiitinp iiifiiriiinllon in refill rd to Marliiiiery,Ac, will be attended to by callln-r at the Foundry. Aih..,Julr 11.18-6-l--4U7 V. rTlMMI-RMAN. Notice to Shippers of Freight, TiuasfoRiAilosDarmTiiiKTE.TKSK.A 0s. R.lt.Co. 1 Athens, Aujr. li, InoT. I P11IIIS Company wlllilellver any PreiirMsrecelveil In M. to their Depots, In a reasonable tluie.at tlie terminus of their Koad at Dalton to the owner, or their agents (not ours,) they paying charges as per t.rill and receiving the freights on day of arrival at D.lmn. TIiIb Company does not propose either to store fri lglit. or deliver to the Western A Atlantic Hall Koad. unlrsslht owners have made arrauge-nenls with said llo.il lo re celve.he same. Cars cannot he detained beyond a few hours for transhipment or storage. Tn maklngshlpmenta as above every fncMity In the power of the officers of the Company will be ellrnil.d to shipper.. Beyond the end of their rails they have no control and assume no responsibility. Aug 14-tf IW It. 0. JACKSON, Sua't Trans. Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA A Benevolent JnntiMion, entttliltuhed jr epeeial en. dmement for the relief of the tifk and dittreuied, afflicted tn'fA Virulent and. Epulemic Iieae$. fO all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases, such as A Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Impotence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism, 0 Self Abuse, Ac, Ae. The Howard Association, In view of the awful ilfBtruo tlon of human life, caused hy Sexual Diseases, and the deception- practised upon the unfortunate victim, of Bitch diseases hy Quack., several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a charitttble act worthy their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, fn all their forms, and to give Medical adrice gratit, to all who apply by letter, wllh a description of their condition, (age, occupation, hBh ItB of life, Ac.,) and In cases or exrtrme poverty, to Pl'IINISH MKDIC1NM FKKK OP illAhtlK. It Is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill nf the age, and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors, on a review of Ihe past, feel assured that their labors In this sphere of benevolent effort hnve heen of great benefit to the sflllrtrd, especially to the young, nnd they have resolved to devote th-m-Bclves, with renewed seal, to this very important but much despised cause. Just published, by Iho Association, a Report on Fper matorrhoca, or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or Self Abuse, and otlier diseases if (lie Sexual Orgnna, hy the Consulting gurceon, wlilrh ill he sent hy mail, (in a scaled envelope,) free of charge, an the receipt nf two stumps for postage. Address, for Ileport or treatment, Dr. OFOItflK II. CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, Nn. 2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, I'a. Ily order of the Directors. Kksa I). IIkabtwbil, President. Geo. PAiacnil.0, Secretary. febtt-Iy-iw TIi mil -r.. fWOUItn Inform persons wanting Threshers that I have several different styles of Horse Powers, sush as I think equal, If nt t superior, lo any in the country. Persons wishing any thing of the kind will call at the Athens Pom dry where the machines can be fern, There Is a gient saving to jjrsons piirchnslng where they ranh as the use of the patterns In ense any pars of thorn", hi e shouNI break. Call and sre.Prlrl moderate. Jan 6-lf 0. Z1M.MKIIMAN. 'E request all persons Indebted lo us to settle ssme " on or before 1st Jnuuaryiiext. We will take Uooir Wecl18! W """" "",rkt" "''"a. CIMOK CO. Wheat and Flour. T1IIR subscribers havs completed Ihe molt P"f.( arrangement that er.n be made for the saie Wheat and Plonr, anil during the remainder ' year will devote their attention almost eiclus veiy the sale of these two article., and th'y '" ' "l patron., with certainty, that they will "M" ,", net money hy shipping here as to any market Atlanta, and will do It with less rl-k and la BhmleP time. As to tha neruliar advalitsgi s of on' erpry one Is familiar who knows Us locality. We will accept 8(1 days bills on Wheat, Ms nrrw or at Augusta, for three lourths the value "'I' ,, .' ;r.:i 7"'i , '. mo.t of u.eir m at 4ft and (In days, as more time Is required for of Hour than for Wheat. Ily reference to ' review, of tlie market, published in the Ten' irsi ic i per., yon can always know irnnsin.. -.. General tloniuiissioa 1 Atlanta, Ga., Aug 7, 18S7 If Valuable Property for Sale. I AM offering for siile mv liome .P,c"'l. very desirable pruperty-coniti" : about 80 acrea of choice hand, in g"" " dilion on which there are a comfort"" e su r.ii:..ii. i.-:, mokf -lions. I u.iiii v iitciiiii- I lliuae, ln Kitv..,".-- ,:n pood Burn ami I Stables, Ac, and a 1,",0D of choice bearing Fruit Trees, . , , Also, 100 acres of Lnnd.situnH m .t.i. i.m!.. .... ... iininiiirnt'd i' "in" in nie.iiiiin ri'iiiiii, n i ...te i .. . . . , J . ii... ii.u county, in t-ne town ol t'linriosion, i";v adjoining the Rail Road Depot 'j number of unimproved Lots oitiintc " . the town of Athens and the Kail I" Term to be agreed upon. jjeVB- Athens, Jan 1, 186-tf-4S4