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trftn Stat of Things in Georgia.
I 'The tologrAphio dinpatobM give only 'the surface of thing In Ihe Soothrirn , . Hlatca, The underlying ttrength of tUe ' Union feeling i not noticed. In evidence of this we cnll attention to the following ' extract of a letter written by a pronii- ,' nenf and intelligent merchunt or thin olty to his partner, lie U in Georgia up ' on business, looking out for his individ ual interest, which m u it necessarily be effected one way or the other by the state of the puhlio mind. Under thee circumstances he says: Nash. Banner. "I find tilings very quiet here, and no alarm about disunion; and the . opinion appears general here, that Georgia will go fine to ont aijninut itmnioii, The manes all oppote it. Trade is good and money not plenty, neither is there any great scarcity iir unusual demand for it. Hanks are all sound, and no apprehension is felt ubout I hem. They are not suspended. The great flurry is over I think, and every tiling will settle down in a tew days." The St. Louis U-publicitn, also gives the following extract of a letter from a very . highly respectable, wealthy and respon sible merohant in the interior of Geor- ; gia, dated the 10th inst: i "Some of our people are making great efforts to kick up a fuss, but it will all ,llp-over in a short time, some of our loading politicians die hard and it is noth ing more than 1 expected they would do. Aly motto is to stund by the Constitution, ami havo our rights. What good can wo do by backing out? It does not suit me to go out, and 1 am not going. Some ol our tieonlo who have nothing and don't want anything to pay their debts, nro willing to kick up a fuss generally, there by get rid ot paying wnat tney justly owe to the North and West, but it will not do. I have brought all my sales down to cash on dolivoiyi I will not trust some of them out of sight. I havo tin derstood that some of your banks have ..taken fright. I don't blume them at all; if there is any bills going back unpaid it was premeditated when they got the :'goodsi for there is no occasion for it. Cotton brings a good price and they can pay it tliey want to. Cincinnati Money Market. The Cincinnati Gazelle of Saturday says: ' The dinand for Money was quite mod' crate, nobody applying for loans except those whose circumstances render nego tiation neccessary. On tlieiiartot bank' -eii, as on the part of business men, the disposition is also wait. The market is Arm at 12 tier cent, for paper. Gold ranges higher, and we change our figures to t premium buying, ami i(" 1 premium selling the latter, the retail rat. Time bills range from 10 to 12 per cent. In this market, some of the houses take North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama at 5 !., and .South Carolina at the same, Others do not buy at all. Tennessee we quote at 1('2 dis., and Virginia l(n I j. Iwjr The Hartford Timet, in an article . on Mr, Seward's party, gives expression to the following truths. There is strong likelihood that the prediction in the con' eluding paragraph will bo fulfilled to the letter: It is a party whose real doctrines are nil' nutted to be deservedly odious. Indeed o evil and repulsive do they consider their own party acts, that they are now taking puins to publish far and wide the cliclnruuon, as coming train air. J.incoln l.unself, that the President elect is ill la vnr ol a r ugitive hlave J. aw, and hence iii'oplenre left to infer that ho must he ni jxised to the outrageous Republican Stale riWMtif Connecticut and other Northern ' S ates, which now prevent its execution Such a dishonest purty will, in a few fleeting months, read their own doom, in the unmistakable evidences of a popular " sentiment which will hurl them from the position which they hive gained through ' no merits ol their own or ol their princi' pies. l:isrvrcn from Sknator Toojins. We .. lume been permitted to publish the fol lowing dispatch from Senator Toombs to tho lion. L. M. Keitt. Senator Toombs may rest assured that South Carolina will come up to his most ardent wishes: Macon, Nov. 14, 18ii0. To Jinn. L. M. Ketll: will sustiii .South Carolina in secesion. I have an nounced to the Legislature that I will not jsoive under Lincoln. If you have th power to act, act at once. We have brigli . prospect here. K. TUOMBS, 8if Extract of a letter dated Oxford, Ga., November 13, 1800. Great excitement prevails here. Every' body seems to be for secession, judging trom the blue cockades, winch all. iiotli old and young, wear. The College boy at Oxford all wear cockades, and arc un versally for disunion. Sonieof theyoun '. men drill each other every day. Newto County will go for disunion. Bell, Doug' las and Breckinridge men combine, an boldly advocate it. Go on, Mr. Editor, and advocate the cause of the South, an do all you can to "fire the Southern heart and precipitate ueorgia into a revolution lours, UAruuu, ' - JjouimiUe, Nov. 16. South Carolina and -' Georgia money is 10 per cent discount. and Illinois and Wisconsin 3 per cent, , and Jmsouri 1 per cent discount. 16?" The Ifuntsville (Ala.) Advcrliaer ; says tho Hon. W. It. W. Cobb, the repr tentative, in Congress from that district, opposed to secession or disunion on ac count of the election of Lincoln. ' Preparing to Leave. The Boston Poat, whose editor has a fat situation in the ' Custom Uduse, has the following adver tisement in its editorial columns: ' " To Be Let. A very pleasant desk in the Boston Custom House, for four years. Apply to Abraham Lincoln. "' " W. Itansom Calhoun, of S.mth Carolina, resigned his office as tho First . Secretary of the United States Legation to France. He will forthwith return to his home in South Carolina. " ' FAVos.Mii.t Kions. About all the Min ( inters of the Gospel in liiuhaiond are op s posed to disunion. In Bath county, Vu., Union Meeting calls for redress within the Constitution. ' DST" Torch Light Processions were de- signed more than two thousand years ago. . See 1 Maccabees iv. 22, wherein an sw . count is given of the high priest Jason, who escorted King Antiocbup into Joru ;. aalam "wilh lorehliglU und great ihoutingt." Jason lived in the fourth century B. C. 8kcission Flao. The Marion Star says: A .Secession Flag was raised in our village ' on last Saturday. As it now waves in (lie : air it displays on one side the "Lone Star," ' ' while on the other is written In large . characters "Seceuion." There is, we think, " but one feeling, one sontiment among our , people, and that is a feeling of resistance io Northern insult and wrong. Theargu ,. men t has been exhausted, and we now stand to our arms. We are ready lo draw the sword and throw away the scabbard. We have screwed our courage to the stick ing pluoe and ttmnotuil. 0 Of the two ladies who opened the respective balls of Nov York and Boston with tho l'rlnoo of Wales, Mrs, Gov. Mor gan was, In enrly life, a milliner, and Mr. ov. Banks a factory girl, . . . 8fcJ" An Iowa paper, which has kept a record, states next to railroad and steam boat accidents, more peotle hive been killed and maimed this year by harvest ing machines than by any other cause. Mas. Wwsi.ow, sir experienced nurse and'fc- male physkiien, has a Hoolliing Hyrup for chil dren toothing, which greatly facilitates the pro cess of teething, by sul'tcniiig .tho gum, .e.lu"ing all ionsiuation tll allny all pitiu, ar.d ts sure to gnlntn the bowels. Hcpcnil upon It, mothers, writ aire rest to yoursolres, ana relief ana health to yuur infant. Porfuctly safe in all cases Comnow 8rn rules the mass of the people. hstever Ihe misnamed end luieulliroe philoso liers mnv shv tn the enntmrr. Hhow them a ;mhI ihhiu : lut its merits he r Icarly demonstrated, and they will tint hesitate tn give it their most eoplial utroniiiro. The most masses hare al ready ratilitid the judgment nf a physician, eon rerninr the vlrtnes of llosTrrrKn's Hirrras, an Riny lie seen in the immenso quantities of this medicine Hint are annunlty sold in ..rcry section of the land. It is now recognised as grcstlym perior tn ell other remedies yet devised for diseases of the digestive orjrims, such as diarrhoea, dysen tery, dysp.psla, slid for Iho various fevers that arise from derangement of those portions of the system. Hostotier. nnme Is mpldly becoming a ouseboM word from Maine to Texas, from tho shores of the Atlnnlie to Ihe 1'artQo. Try tbo ar ticle anil he satlstled, Sold liy druggists and dealers everywhere, fr See advertisement in another column. DIED, At Swrctwator. Tonn after n protracted ami painful illtiCM.nn the Ath Inst., Mm. Matha Jasr ii a ism, in me azti year ot nor ape. Mr, tl nine was extensively known a a woman f stronir mind, nnd .Treat ehwrfulnc and vi vacity of ilipnltion. As a young lady, her frank and d nulling manner and genial spirit made er a leader in all tho pporta ami amuufincnt of tho young. In iJccomhor, is Mi, nltnnt a year buforo her ealh.dnrinirn revival in the Irehytcrinn Church at (Sweetwater. he was brought to co er inhu no in tho ipht nf (iud, to humble herulf he Tore Hun and sue fur pardon lor the sake of it criK'ifled Havimir. r?ho found pence where nlonc it i to ho fuund on earth lu believing on Jenu. And from that nnttl tho day of her death ho wa a "living epintle," known and read of all who knew her. n ith her husband and many other, ihe rame ont and mndo a public profession of her faith in thrtBt t and tlicnecforward iho strovo by a cotiiy walk and a chato and holy convocation, to honor her Saviour nnd to juMfy her profession before tho world. 8ho ''proved her faith by her work." She leave a husband and two little children to mourn her lo, and a church and community be reft of ono of their best member. But no ono who knew her well during tho last year of her uc. will doubt that their Ios is bcr great ana in- finite gain. ' The pain of death are post, Labor and sorrow ceaso ; And life' long warfare closed at last, Her soul 1 found in peace. Servant of Christ, well done ; Praise 1e thy new employ ; And while eternal age run, Rest in thy Saviour's joy.' God grant thnt her chrintian life and death may be blejt to hur many unconverted friend and Athen; Ar. ID, lftCO. COMMERCIAL. AutfiiMta ,ilarkot. Ai'oraTA. Nov. 15, Bacon, clear sides Ijc: ribbed X'.iiCcL I te: hams 12iijUc; vhouldcr Itjc Lard,ln Idds. l.t)e: in ko 'H and can 1 ( Me. Whent, red $1,50; white 1,76, Fhmr, exira family $H(ri,9S.25: family $",2irfi,7,75: Kuperfine $4.7A( 7. Corn $1. Meal 91,05. Oats ftlte. Stock Peas $1,25. II v $1,25. Fciithcrs 4 jr. Dried Punches, peeled tUti 7c; unpculctl 4h5e. iJrica Apple, peeled im, .ic. inittcr zotoi-'jc. ftggs zjc. iu will please find above prtco current of our market, which is generally dull. onr, verv truly, J. A. AXHLEV A CO., Produce (mil Uuiuntintun Merchant, Uncoil .Ha rite I. M.fon, Nov. 19. D:icon,hoff round lllc: clcarsiile l.jfri. Iflic: rib bed 15c; hams, plain 1tl(itl15c; canvassed lofr 1 Oc: shoulder llfi.l)4e. r lour, siinvrhuc !fi iaj bbl.; tainilv 9sf(t,'-f F l,t,l- Kurd, in bid: 15c: in enn l;ifit i.t;e. rfiittiers-tofai inc. :nrn Sl((b$1.10. liutter i;ril,lde. Oats7ora75c. C I'caHi.&o. neei 5i, no f ro, ncit. rurn tuj lc th. nelt. Above please nun quotations ot our rroum market Your, tralr, 1IKARDKX A CO., Pi-tntvrr t;it.l Cu ,im'Ht,n Mervhntttn, GOODS AT WHOLESALE! rMlK SCJISCK1UKU, IX fUX.SEQL:JSXC I of ill bculih, nnd inability to attend to bu uer, is desirou of veiling out hi entire STOC OK GOOlJrf to Rome ono who win be to engage ii tho Mereanlile buaiuess. J 1 it stock comprises general iisTtmcut of Dry Goods, and other art clcs utiimllv 1: pt by lucrehantts in tin country and m it t id th-iu of excellent quality. He w aloo rent hi Store llnom to whoever may pur chase the Gouos, if desired. It i one of the best stand in the place. To any enterprising man wishing to engage in the business, the opportunity offered is a good ono. Term will be made favor able. S. K. It KK UK it. Athens, Tenn., Xov 2.1, LSfiO tf 65 SPECIAL NOTICE. milE TIMK OF YEAR IiEIXG CLOSE AT J hand fur settling account, tho auhcribor re snoet fully urires all indebted to him to make pay ment a curly a possible. Ho need money, and will expect all to discharge their liabilities, : part, if not all, by the oloso of the present year, rsov 1500 e. n. Kbuufcu. Clieese. SEIIOUN A IIOHNHUY 1TAVE A FEW more of those very fino Cboeso. Gall and ft:et somo bofore they they aro all gone. Not 23 NOVEMBER 16th, I860. A TREMENDOUS FIGHT AT VA iat:i.i.4 X It OA UN. Abraham Lincoln's got the Tiger Down, and Old JO'S Trying to Fart them, BY OFFKHINU BOMB OF THK DUST bareiihil in tho lino of (1R0CEUIK8, pre. Any, lie has on bund a good stock of tho very bust Whisky and ilrandy vurious brands; Mint Cordial, Lemon Byrup, Hinder and 8 wool Wino, Schiedam Hcbmips, Champaifne Cider, Fino Can dioa, Tobacco, CiKars, Scotitl Bnuff, Pickets, Oys ters, ftardinos, Choose and flickers, Indigo and Madder best quality; Crushed Bugar, Molasses, a goud lot of Tin and Crockery Ware, Soda, Hy son Tea, best Hiflo Powder and Lead, Gun Caps, Matcbos, Ac.; all kinds of Soaps; flue Tubs and Buckets. All theso things sr. gniug loir cuini or C'usa. Dun't be afraid of guttling "Old Bust Head" ut this establishment w. bav. nothing but a goud urticle nothing bogus about the con cern, llut If you don't keep your eyo skinned souio rascal might crack your bead wilh rock, and run and hide. Tbcy only throw whoa your back is to theui. Corn will b. Uikeu, if iholleu and delivered, at tho cash price, iu exchange for Liquors ontv. Give us a cull, at CANTH ELL'S X KOAUS, MrMiuH ruMjify TVuHrsMS. N. B. All yon old account fellows, look out. Nov 23, lHlfil tf oas Chancery Sale of Land, Town Lott and a Negro Woman, at Decatur. P. M. Miller, Adm'r, Ac, ; . "i Tho,. P. Tillery and wife, and others. TN PURSUANCE OK AN INTEKLOOUTO. X ry doro mail, at the October term, I860, of iw Cliaueary vuurt at Uwatur, T.nn., t will sell to tlis highest bidder, iu the town of leatur, on tb. 71b day of January, I (Mil, oa four and tea months time, wilb iuterest front dabs, a NEGRO WOMAN, Amy, aged about 60 years. Also, at the same time and place, oa like eradit tb. follow, ing LOTS In Decatur, Tunn., to win Nos. 20 and 2:!, unimproved, and the remainder In Lot. No. 81 and 32, improved Ihe two last named having bouu assigned Ut tbo widow as dowor. Also, One Hundred aud Sixty Aeres of LAND, it being ihe Bouili-west quarter or aeuiioa 24 fractional township and 41 h rang, West of Ik. meridian line. Also, Eighty Acres of LAND, the Bouih east diagonal half of lb. tract on which John Marllnlived, aud known as the Martin Tractor Farm all of whkih Lands II. In Hlwat see District, Meigs county, Tennessee. Bold as Ihe property of Jamos A. Howser, dee'd, to pay debts. Bond and approved soeurlty will we nqalrad and a lie retained until all tne purcnaM tuoner is puld. , FIUNKLIN MuCOHKLB, (', t AT, itovi Hn tt prs fee 0 tii . . THE UNION ; MUSI AND SHALL BE PM3EEVEB! BEHOBJT & HORNSBY, X VEHIFICATION OK TJ1K AIIOVK DK- JL cUrativBf hava received largo atotk nf ; Kew and Seaton&blo Goods, ' onch a they can and will tell tf ytH will rail on them at their old 1and. It t unnecntsury to un dertake to enumerate tho Goods thry hao on hand, but they simply renin rh they have their nstinl largo and wall oeloetcd stock of Goodi", hich Ihti.v are (L1crmined to soli at tome price before the Union 1 dissolved. When you want anything, cult and mto them, of thry arc determin ed to make tt to the interest of all cash buyera to apond their money with them. Athens, oy luw. CHANCERY 8ALE OF NDlC Joseph McCorklo, J. A. Darwin, Adm'r, kc.f and J.. A, Darwin, Adm'r, Ac, The Widnw, Ilrlr and Creditor of John T. lllevins, dec d. X OBKOIEXCK TO AX 1XTEIIMKTTOKY dcrrco rendered In theso two cusos, at Iho Oc- lier term, 100, of the Cbanrery Court at Decatur, enn., I will, on tho 6th day nf January, IStll, on the premise, sell to tho highest bidder, tho LANDS dcerilK.d in the pleadings, to wit! All of the Xorlh-east quarter of section lilst, 3d fractinn al township, and 'M range. West of the meridian, exept that portion assigned to the widow a dower, and if necessary to dischargo tho vender' Hen th Interest and cost, tho dower will he old at the same timo and place. I will also sell, at tho same time and place, to tho highest bidder, the balaneo of the Lands belonging to iho cstnle fif ohn T, Blevln, dec d, except so mueh thereof a i embraced in the widow' dower, to wit t Forty ores, in the South-east corner of tho South-east uarter of section 2lr, 3il faetlonal township and it rnnire, est of the meridian. Also, One Hun dred and Sixty Acres, tn tho l'.lth section, .Id frac- ionnt township, and .'Id range, et, it being the (tilth hnll of tho orth-cnt nunrter and tho North half of the Smith-east quarter of aid sec tion all in Hiwassco District, Muiga county. enncsseo. Terms : One-half payable In four and tho other half in eight moiWis, IJoml nnd npproved security will be required, and a lien retained until all the'purehase money I paid. MlA.M.l. MdUlf KIjH. f.. it J. Nov 23. lKlKt 3t prs fee $0.40 5:15 Notice. Calvin H. Scntcr,) r. AUarhmtnt, Ahury llutlcdgo. N THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING THAT tho defendnnt bn alsconded, it la therefore ordered by u that proceeding in said cause be staved six months, and that publication be made for four successive week in the Athens Post, pub. litdicd In Athena, Tennessee, notifying said de fendant to appear before Joseph A. Dillard, hm.. at hi oflico in Culhoun. Tennessee, on Iho 1.1th day of May, 1801 , to answer caid attachment, and show causo why Gnnl judgment should not bo given against him, or the sumo will bo taken as eojiiwtsed and beard rr fmrtr. PA .Ml' Kb HIIUKJIAN, JOSEPH A. DILLAHD, Juitiree nf the Peace, Nor 23, 1811ft it prs fee fi:;5 Notice. Thomas Rogers, r. V Attnrkmcut, Abury Uutlcdiro. I IX THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING1 THAT the defendant ha absconded. It is therefore ordered that puclieution be made for four suece sive week in tho Allien Post, published in Athens, Tennessee, notifying said defendant to appear beforo Joseph A. Dillard, Esq., at hi office in Calhoun, lounessce, on tho l.Ith day ot May IfShl, tn answer saul attacninciit and slmw cause, if any ho ha, why iudjrment final should not he given againxt him. or Ihe ame will bo taken a eon leased ami heard er parte ; and thnt all pi ceedings tn this cause tie stayed tx month. hAMt rib iVIIIl KM AN, JOSEPH A. DILLAH D, J Hit tf nf the Peace, Nov 2X lSOfl It pr feo 9;-:ttt Chancery Court at Athens. Tennessee kluabethC. ulster, r. Win. Tvoguo and W. A. G. Reed. fOn'tiiitnl tn!mieliutt ami Atttnfnnciit ftiHA IT APPEARINH FROM THE ALLKtiA tiuns in tho bill that Win. Teiiguo is a non- iv-.iMlunt id the Male id luuncscc, it i tlieretore ordered thnt publication be mndo in tho Alliens Post, a ticwimnur published in the town Athene, Teiincsseo, itoiil'ying suiil Wm, Tongue to appear at our next Chancery Court, to Iw held at the Court-house in Alliens, on the third Momlnv of February next, to plead, answer or demur to said bill, or tiic same will bo taken a conlVsrif d ns to him and set Im hearing nccordinirlv. JoHN L. KKIDO'ES, t f- .If. Nov 2.1, lSfin It pr fee$.l 6;id (ici.r(;i' Mitr'in and wife, . J;tnn a T. t: )Mt atid wife, nnd others. IT Al'l i: W(lil FROM THE ALLEUA-ti-inn in t he I'll! tliat J:imc T. Oolder and wile Sally C. (i older. Nancy H. Chiolm, Snmuel Wil son, Samueltlrnvuiis ami wife Eleabclh D. O ra vens, John W. Riiicbart and wife N are is a Rinc hart, John A. Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Elizabeth Wilson, Cornelia Wilson and John A. Wiloon, are nou-rcsidciii of the State of Tennessee, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Athens Post, a newspaper published in Athens, Tennessee, for four successive week; notifying said non-resident respondents to appear at our next Lnnnrcry tonri, in no held at the Court house in Athens, on Ihe third Monday of Februa ry next, tn plead, answer or demur to said bill, or the same will bo tuken a confessed as to them and Bet for bearing accordingly. JOHN L. URIDOKS, C J. Nov 23, 1866 4t nrs fee $.165 A. McKeldin, Keldin, 'owcr rl at. ) Crow llill. John F. P. IT APPEARING FUOM THE ALLEGA tions in Ibe hill that John F. Power, Sr.. John F. Power, Jr., George H. Power and Kclscv L. Power, are non-residents of the Stats of Tonne, sec, it is thorcforo ordered Ibat publication be mude in tbo Athens Post for four successive weeks. notifying said noa-resident respondent. In snid cross hill to appear at our next Chancery Court, to ue neiii at me i;ourt-house tn Athens, on the third Monday of Fehrnury noxt, to plead, answer or itcmur to sum oross nin, or the sumo will be taken as confessed nsto them nnd sot for hcarln accordingly. JOHN L. 1IKIDGES, C. t- if. Nov 2.t, 1800 tt prs foe $3 63i Kina-'i Salt. 1 Ofin SACKS KING'S SALT JUST RE- J- vu ccived and for salo at $2 per sack, fur uu?ii or in exenungo lor rrouuco, iv Nov. 23, 18I1IIJ J. M. HENDERSON. Notioe. rnilE UNDERSIGNED BEING COM PELL- I ed to kavu mouey Ut uiuet his ongugemeuts, liiKes mis opportunity ot lulurtuing all iiersons indebtud lu him by uute or account, that after 1st December all papers not settled will be given out for eolloctiun. Persons interested will please notice. Akrj.. (.LkAUK Athens, Xov 10,1800 3t 32 Two Horse Wagon, T?FOR SALE ON GOOD TEKMS, BY X" Nov Id K. ItEEDER. Cotton Bats. A LOT ON HAND AND FOR SALE. BY 2. Nov l - W, K. KEEPER. SCHOOL LAND FOR SALE. TN OUfclDlfclNCK l AN OKDKR OF J UK J Circuit Court or Ruane rounty, lundu at Jh lurtb turm. iHttU, and rpffularlv revived at tbo July and Oi tulwr k;rou( IsiHi, will, on Than. Uny, the 27(h day uf Dueniubcr next, expoie to aale, to tha hight hiddur, on the preraitei, the St'buul 8ecUou of Land ailuated lu the aeeond fractional lowimbip, feroud mago, W'eet of the loeridian, lliwnifsee DiitHcl. Uuuue and MeiK count luouovef provmed Uie bidding! on aid L aud iball ruavb tho folio wtuc valuaiion plied theroon by the Comuilwiunora aptoiuted for that purpujte, to wit: Lot No. 1, containing 1UM-40 acre, at$3,Ttt0 00 Lot No. 2, " 170 87-40 it.IUO 00 Lot No. Jt. " 153 15-40 " 2.6UI) 00 Thii Motion of Land lies iminodiately nppowlta the utoulb of Wbite'a Creek, oa tba Knutk ide of Tunavtwo Hiver, in the onuniiei of Roane and Moin. and U ana nf the moat valuable in the 11 i- vumm liistriul, beion well timbervd, well watered, and containing inexbauftible bank of the very bust Iron Ore. A great portion of the Land it No. 1 river bottom, Taaua or Sale: One-eighth of the purchase money to be paid on the day of aale. and the real due on a credit of ten yoari, purchasers giving notes bearing interest from data, with good secu rities, payable ooe-teutb. part with Iba interest accruing thereon annually on the First Mnnduy nf April, to the Preaident and Direotnrs of ihe Hunk nf Jonpessaei and a lWn will ha retained on the Land uutil the whole of iho pttrrhuso mnney ii paid. W. 8. PATTOX. (,'terk. November 16, mO Ot p fee 911,90631 ATHENS DRUG STORE. R. X. MARSHALL, M. D.f IXTEND1XU TO DEVOTE Mrs ATTEN tioo to tho D rut Dusiness, offer lo tho citizen ol Athens and vicinity acarefn ly ossnrted stock of Medicinei, Paints and Dye-Stuffs, on reasonable term, for CASH, With an expe rience of evernl years, he hold himself qualified to glvpsatisfat thiu to all who may favor him with ietr patronage His terms are practically Cnh, All account wlH hemnde7KfH ennditton thntihr$ he SETTLED qnnrterlM. The business M particularly retail, and to nnno ttuvregniar ousiomera win anytuing ie sold on time, Me hn. on hand a full rtock of PATENT MKIUCIXKSi a1so.a handsome variety of FIXE PEUFl'.MKKY. to which special attention ii call- cd, as he 1 determined to plea, both In price and quality. To colse ont n lot or imiicctionary no win sen It by retail at rcry low figure, Indeed. Xov 16, Ittflft If 6.14 TO THE TENNESSEE PUBLIC. riMlK PI KLIC HAVE 1IKEX SO OFTEN X imposed upon by unprincipled men who have advertised worthless nostrum a valuable Medi inal Remedies for disease, that It is now extreme ly difficult tn introduce an article of real merit. In calling voor n'teniion m DR. J. B0VEE BODS' IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS. we feel confident that to are performing an act of humanity to t'e afflicted of the land, ns should never cause us to be classed among the hum bug ..r till. .1:V. These justly celebrated h ine Hitter arc made from a skilful combination of liny berry, Ocntian, Camomile Flower. Wild Cherry Tree Hark, Solo. mon's Seal, Comfrcy and Spikenard, with a pure and unadulterated Inc. as a rcinouy lor Incipient Consumption, Disease of the Throat, Iudigcsiion, Dypcpsia, Piles, Xervou Comtdiunts, licase pce'jlinr to Females, and, as a general Tonic, ttfc'y will provo truly valuable. For Weakness and (lonerul De bility, they nro UNSURPASSED ! Clergymen, Lawyers, and nil Public Speakers, nlso Students, Artists, Jloohkeepcrs, Jailors, Seamstresses, nnd ull persons who lead a sedenta- ry life will derive great benefit from the uso of these DITTKKS. Although the mcdi-'iil men of the ennntry, a a general thing, disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet wo do not believe that a respectable Physician can bo found in (he United Stutes who will not lighly approve of Pr. . Puree IJvili liiijicriul 11 me flitter. For sale by CHARLES WIDDIFIELD A CO., Praiirtet'Mf 78 William street, New York. And by Drue trials ccnernllv. R. T, MARSHALL, A;ent, Nov 16, 1860 ly 6,14 Athens, Tenn. Notice. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST, EXE cutcd to me on the 27th day of March, 1S60, I iy Joseph W. tlibson, I will proceed to sell, at the Court-house door in the towu of Athens, on Monday, the 1 7 1 Ii day of December next, a XtJtUitt UlIlL named Ellen, tho property of said (lihsoii. to tho highusl bidder, lor cash in hand. Said (lirl is about thirteen year old, like ly, sound nnd healthy, and i sold fur the benefit of William D. Smith and Cbarlc L. Matlock. JOHN F. SLOVKR, Tmntte. Nov. 16, lfiflrt-td-pm fee $3.06-6:. A Chancery Sale of Valuable Land. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE RENDERED in the Chancery Court at Washington, Tenu., t tbo 0 -tidier term, 1S60, I will, on the 22d day of Dccnibcr, 1K60, sell at public outcry, to Ihe highest bidder, on tho premise, 14 ACRES OF LAND, mure or less, in one lot, and iu two or more lots, and which ever mode fdiall produce the most money will h? knocked oiT. Said Land will be sold upon a credit ff six and twelve month!,; note and annroved security will be remiircd and a lien retained on the LamU fof the payment of the purchase money. This valuable lot of Land Is part of the Rhea Snrinc nnnwrtv. and is known a the Methodist CainpO round Lot. and very desirable for private residences. W. 15. CObYlbbK, (-'. iV J. Nov 16, 18C0-6t-prs fee $;,,60-634 Notice. John D. Lowry und others, Kxccuturs of James Lowry, dre it Jittucs A. Burr. A ttaehtnentJ IN TIMS CA llcflMHlilllt Ifl CASE IT APPKARS THAT THK non-.vsiilont of tho Htttto of imncKr'ee, tt ! incretoro upiitum mat litiiuirniion ic nunld for four lU.t'ct'HHivo weeks in the Athens 5t. nuMifhcd nt Allien;, Tetincunco, notifying he xaid Jtituos A. Hurr In npneur hefnro lohn Mints, Jttftiec of tho Peace, In Mivlwonville, Monroe n'miitv.Teiinccnoe, on tho Third Hnturdny in May, 1801, to nuswer then and there tho snid iitturhiueut as Ihe law direct, or tho saino will he t:iken n ronfecHcd nnd heard e.e fiarte as to him. .TO IIX Ml M.S. .Jimtire nf the face. Nov 10, 18150 It prst finW-W Flour. r HAYK A OOOI) HTOt'K OF KXTRA L Familv and Suportino Plour.on lnnd for retail. X..v tf. 'ltiO J. M. HKXDKR.SOX. PUBLIC SALE. T mii: .iCll.sciaiJKIt WILL OFFER AT iiuhli' sale, on Thunoliiy, 27th Meccinhur, IctiO, iIr' FAlt.M uiiou w h k-Ii iio now rucides, situ ated -J miles duo Houlh of Athens'. MeMinu county, Tcnuersee, containing QSQ Aoroa, ahout 100 acres cleared und iu a good state of cultivation, nnd the balance hem ily timberod. This Farm adjoins the Lands of M. A. Helm, II. P. Wilson nnd oilier. There are three rood Springs upon the pluce, and a free Mrcaul uf water through it. rite fencing is puoil, ami a portion of tho Farm is well set in Clover and (trim. The improvement embrace everything neeeneary, and are entirely new, lurjre and convenient. At the same timo and place, I will sell nil my Slock. Farming Implement, Ac., Ac, confuting of Miiles, llorees, 11 rood Mare, Colts, Cattle, llort, AVoxons, PIowh, Harrows, Ac, Ac. Term uf Sale; One half chIi, balance on twelvo inuulhft fur notes with approved security. Title for Land granted when the whole of the purchase money Khali have been paid. Possesion 1st Jnmiury, 1601. JOHN J. HELM, McMinn en., Tunn. N. B. The owner will tuke pleasure in show ing tho place to any that may contemplate pur chasing. Nov 11,1800 -H 033 Negroes for Sale, mint EE OR FOI R LIKELY NEGROES le. Enmtiro nt the olTa-u of the Post Xov. si, isoo tf o:t:i Chancery Sale. PURSUANT TO A DKUHEK RENDERED iu the Chaneury Court at Mudixoiiville, 1 will, ou tho 30th day of November, 1801), at tho late residence of N. J. ISpillman, dee'd, sell to the biirheK bidder, on a swudii -of-fht, twelve and eightoen months, with interest, except ten por vent, required In hand, the LAND8 belonging to the hrm ot ri, J. hpilhuan A Co. J. A. COFFIN, C, A f. Xov. 2, 1800 td prs feo$;i 6:tS VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY FOB RENT. T HAVE NOW IX COMPLETE RUNNING 1 order mv new Mills, at tho inoutb of Kan ta li nil en Creek, ihre-quartera of a mile from tho East Teunessee Ueorgia Kail ltoatl. at v Danes- ton, Tunn. Uoth gaw aud Flouring Milli are put up with capacity euul to any Mills in East Ten uessee. and will be rented on favorable forms to a responsible teuant for a term of years. Call on the premises, or address II. M D. Mi KLRATH, Oct 20, laou AO-6'il Charleston, Tenn. Hardware and Cutlery. rTIHE LARGEST AN1 M08T COMPLETE M assortmout ever otfarud in Athens, run be found at Oct. i.) ROMS'. Stock Peas. r WILL PAY CASH FOR ALL THE STOCK L. Puas, and ftritd I'tarkr; that may he ottered. Out. I W.J , , J. M. UhMJliHSON. E0CKF0RD MANUFACTURIHO CO, Manufacturers of 44 Sheeting!, Cotton Yarns, Batting, Urain and lour backi. BOCKi'tlUU, BI.OI NT 'o K. TBNN Orders scd cit.d, and promptly filled. 0k 12, litU-U'-62v Lithographs and Photographs. XUaT RECEIVED, A LARUK ASSORT O m.ot, from 26 u. to t'J.OU. Coll and sc. ttaess at I'-ut. o,J ROSS . Skeleton8kirts. A LAROR LOT OF SHERMAN A BROTH- er .o iioop nairis, iusi reeuiveii am oluhy Juueli, ti. K.l;EEir, THE CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE At Chattanooga, Tennessee. S O . S A. Xs 33. IN OONSEQUENCK OF TUB 1IKATII OF my briither ln-l.w, nrt inrtncr, th. 1st John H. Lmnpkin. of (leir(tin. nil (he n od porsonl oststc owned by ns Jointly tn lh Ktnla nf Tonnes. sw. mil bo snin to ihe niRnrm nuiurr, on OWnMrfajr, 281 diiy it) Anremltrr, Iron. The Tritperty consists of the well known CBUTCHFIKLD HOUSE AT CHATTANOOGA, TENN., With all Its right and privilege, Including tho Furniture, and tho three Lots ipoii which tho Hotel stands, No. 60, 62 and 64, Chestnut street. AUo, the Three Lota opposite said Hotel, No. 69, 61 nml 6:i, Chestnut street, giving a front ol over 6H feet on Chestnut street and running back 2;;rt feet tn other street. Alto, Lot No, 2 and .1, on Carter street, each fronting 106 feet on said street, running back same width 260 feet to other street. Also, Lot Nos. 6 and 7, on Market street, fronting 210 feet on Market street, and running back same width 200 foot to Kail Hood street. Tho Hotel property is too well known through out the Union, to rcrpiire an elaborate dcncrlption. It i iho best paying property in tbo Sou thorn States, situated a it is, immediately at tho larao Joint Passenger Depot of the four Hail Roads now running nnd terminating hero. Tbo Nashville and Chattanooga, Memphis and Charleston, East lenucssee nnd Wcorgm, and Western and Atlant ic Rail Road are now complete; and the Will Valley and North East and South Wost Alabama R:til Road will lie completed and terminate here In a year or two more. A great portion of the grading Iwmg now complete, and portion or tbo iron having been purchased, over twenty miles of It will be laid ano running tins winter, and other contemplated Roads, among them the Road con necting Chattanooga with Cincinnati (Chattanoo ga and Kentucky tcntrai.) Ihe House ha been bung a stead, heavy and increaimi business. without nimotiilion, since October IKjO. and It prospect for n continued Increase, are very great. iiu Aim, ou, in anu o.t, i; nest mi t street, and Lot Nos. 2 nnd 3 Carter street, aro vory valna blc, being situated so near tho Depot. Lots No. 6 and 7. Alurkct street, nro fine busi ness Lots, being situated cniil distant between tho business portion of town and river, and havo now erected upon them two large and commodi ous brick Store Rooms, admirably adapted to a neavy rrouuco aim uroccry i ratio. lucre will also be oid at same time tho joint among whom, uru Cooks, Houee Servants, Iron cr. Washers, Ac., Ac, all of whom aro very val uable. Tuftsin op Pai r, (except as to tho Nccrocs, which will be old for cash,) ono third Cash. The balance in six, semi-annual payments, wl Ith 6 por cent added, the purchaser giving notes with approved Bccurity. 1UM LKl'Tl Ilr ItibLV Oct. I", lK6"-td-K,0 FURNITURE FACTORY. Furniture at Wholesale or Retail rilllK Sl'UHL'ltlltKll UFFEKS FOR SALE I citlivr ut Wliulufftle or Kuluil, s( th. )niv vim F'uruiiiiru Fuetury. CnlooiiacountT. Uciiruin. lurue uft-ortinunt ut' F'urnitnrc. wmle of Ihe licst uiiitvimls, auilgnt up in Ihe latest styles an linifh. eiiiinl tn any inniiurnrtiireil in nny iiart n the I'niteil States, slid he will sell as Inw as tho sutue article eun he purchaseil in any other mar ket. virlh nr ponm. l'arltes wlslnnr to pur. chase a ffo'id article of Southern Maile Furniture, are invited to call at the F'actnry and examine our stock. Ihcreanbe sur.iilieil with any arli eles nalueii below, lower lhau they can lay theia down trom any oilier place. lo the trade wo would say wo are propared to furuish you with the following articles uf "('us-toin-lnaile" or "Knock-down" Furniture on as lavorahte terms as you can lay them down from Ihe North or West, (live us a call: Cottapo Ilc.Mca.ls from 1 2,50 to $(1.00 e.tcb Trundle do l.flO to .1..'i0 Cradle Cribs ' Cottage Chairs a supe 2,1111 to 4,00 do rior article 10,50 to 12,00 dor, Safes 6,00 to 10,00 vach Drt-nkfast Tables Pining A fall leaf Tablet Extension Tables Wardrobes in Poplar do lu Malnnrnny do in Rosewood Bureaus Mahogany and Walnut Dressing Rurcaus Rosewood do Wnidistunds MurhluTop do Walnut do Plain Freueh Dudittcads-in Ma- hogany High post Redsteuds lit Mahogany High-post lled.teadn in Walnut Rocking Cbuiry-Mahog- ony and Walnut Easy Chairs Mahogany and Walnut Parlor Chairs Mahogn- r.y nnd Walnut Sofns Mahogany and Walnut 1,75 to 3,60 do 1,75 to .1,50 do 1.25 per foot 0.00 to 10.00 cad 20,00 to 4,",00 do 0,00 to 60,00 do MO to 30.00 do 25,00 to 40,00 do 10,00 to 15.00 do 20,00 to 40,00 do 1,00 to 2,50 do 14,00 to 18,00 do .10,00 to 75,00 do 20,00 to 75,00 do 0,00 to 15,00 do 10,00 to 20,00 do S0.00 to 0,00 do 14,00 to 25,00 do Tete-a-Tetcfi Mahogany and Wnlnut .10.00 to 10,00 pair Ottomans 3.00 to 10.011 do Lounges Counting-hnuse Desks 7,00 to 12,00 cac! Imttation Oak or Walnut 10,00 to 25,00 do Fine Desks-Oak aud Wal nut 15,00 to 40,00 do Smnll Secretaries With Tablo 10,00 to 12,00 do Rook Caies Waluut or Maboiruny 2o0d to 15,00 d 3,00 to 10,00 d Ladies Work Htnnds Ladies Dressing Tubles with slasxes " II.MI In fl.nn d Tho above articles uR got up In tho different styles. Mattresses ol ol! kinds maile to onler. Jf. V. r LV.N IN, Aijent, Juii!i D. fln.w. Proprietor, Grnysville, (la. Ornvsvilloison the Western and Atlantic R. 10 miles from Chattnuooga, and 13 miles front lunnul lltll. Oct. 5, 180A-6m-023 Dissolution rnilE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE I existing between Williams k Humphreys, hujbcen dissolve! by mutual consent. The notes and accounts will be found at the old Stand, where all indebted aro requested to rail and set tle at once. 6. Y. R. WILLIAMS, Oct. 5, 1800 A. A. HUMPHREYS. Notice. milE UNDERSIUXED WILL CONTINUE I the Mercantile business at the Stand former ly occupied by the above Finn, uud rospcetfully solicits a eonlinuunee of custom. 8. Y. Ii. WILLIAMS. Sweetwater, Tenn., Oct. 12, 1800-lm-02tf iy EYNARI) 4 CO'rt CKl.ETIRATED IN. J.V SECT AXU VEUMIN ItKSTROVER. tar sale at lUct. 12, Ittooj HUCjfi $20,000 DEPOSITED! fOB TIIH AMHTIUSAI. SEClltlTY Of f'OI.ICY-HOLOKIlS In the State of Tennessee, THE PHOENIX INSURANCE CO., Of fltii tj'iirtl. Culm., Has complied with the New lusuraneo Acl, and deposited with tue Comptroller ul btate the sum ol SO.OOO SOIiTjARH, As a Itnrrvtd Vimtal, or Lnntl fund, for Ihe eS' elusive benefit of, and a guarantee to th. patrons ol tne"ut,i riiir.iMA, in leuncssee. Awl, of te Company, OVER HALF A MILLION DOLLARS, Puliuios issued and Losses paid at this Agency, by . J. H. PATTON, A.(. Sweetwater, Tenn., Ucb 12, lsu-4m-2U DR. MAHLY, Of Maw Orleans. " FORMERLY PHYSICIAN TO THE NEW Orleans Marin. Hospital, Irueutor of the Celebrated Lune Tester, Author of large pooo lar work on Consumption, Cancer, Diwatcs of Female, and all diseases of toe Lanjrs, Throaty blood, Liver, btomaen, Aarvoa, Bkin, byes, tan. ka.. Ait. May be oonsulled t ie, ,. C'aaree bv thoM who ore suffering chronic or King standing disease, of every kind, at Athens, nridgeavHousl, no th. 2Tlb of every month. Dr. M. wtU swt in tehforo with the praetlee of resilient Phveieuuis. and asks none to Cull oxcont thosa who uanaot tor 1 abta u he n e lewuero. I Match 30, 1 8Wtv-'Wl GOLD MEDAL PIANOS. j X' THE VNDERSIOXED WOULD RESPECT fully Inform the public that ho has become Iho side Agent for the lower part nf East Tennes see, of Win. Knabe A Co' celebrated and aofnr passed HOLD MEDAL PIANOS, and that be prepared to supply them at short Dour, at manufacturer' prices. In repect to power and sweetness of tons, My and agreeable touch, beauty nf finish, durability and their peculiar ndaptedness lo tho Southern climate, they have boon pronounced nmrirvUtd by such judges as Thallwrg, Strakoscb, Satttr.Viena- itm. Ac. All instrument or this nrm are guaranieu tor vo years. For Circular anl turiiw iniorma- .n apply to i 1ST. H. KNAHK. Llcvcianu, lonnessev. Sept 2, lS6fr- ip 27 , Iron! U-UUU sorted, just reeeired and fralo, for Cash only, by GEOll, W. ROSS. iHept 7, I Ml"' R. LfMETCALFiE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, t katianosffa. Trnn., "IITILL PRACTICE IN TUB CIRCUIT f d Chancery Courts of McMinn, Bradley and Hamilton counties, and attend promptly to collecting and securing claims entrusted to uim. Sept 7, 1S60 ly 4Ki4 MRS. WIUSL0W, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, pr sents to the attention of mothers, ber . SOOTHING SYRUP, For Children Teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflaraation will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and is Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, ana Relief and Health to Tour Infants. We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, aud can im cuujltlntct and truth ol it, what we hare never been able to say of any other medicine A'ettr hat it failed, in a eintfte iW't-iirr, to effect a rmre, when timely need. .Nev er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by anv one who mvd it. On the contrary, ail aru delighted with its operations, and sjieuk iu terms of highest coin tncndai ion of its magical ellceis aud medical virtues. We speak in ibis mutter trhat ire Hit Imae," after tun years experience, mi uU'hte our reputation fur the fulfilment Mhat rr here flerlare. In almost every itiMauce where the infant is suffering from pain and ex haustatiun, relief will be found in tilt ecu or twoa tv minutes after tho syrup is administered. 1 ii is vaiuauie preparation is ine presenpnon oi ; one of the most ejrierirnd aud miilj'nt nmreet in , New England, and uas been uscu with nertrjaii tny tuceene in Thousands of Cases. Tt not only relieves the child from pain, but Invigorates tho stomach and bowels corrects acidity, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost instantly relievo Griping in the Bowels and Wind Colic and overcome convulsions, which, If Dot speedily remedied, end in death. We believe it the beet ami i(rvf remedy in the tenrfd, in all cases of ihHt it tnu and lHarrhtre in Children, whether it arrises from teething, or from any other cause. e would suy to every mother who bas a child suffering from any of the foregoing complaints i hi nut lit yonr prejudice, tnr the prejudice nf other, stand between your suffering child, and tbo relief that will bo mirr yes, ubolutett( surf- to follow ihe use of this medicine, if timely uno(. Full directions for tiding will accompany each bottle. None genuine unlets the fnc-simile of CWITIH & PEHEIX Nuw Yovk, 1 oa tho outride wrapper. Hold hy jmigfrists t living limit me woriit. J'liiieijiiil tji-c. A"'-. 1.1 Cedar St. AY is I'orfr. Price onlv 25 Cents per Bottle, Aug. 3, lsoo-iylnm cS s r 2 5 ea 5f I'yi. C 3 -J 5 ts 2 a -r at W s hit C C a B I e v. S ro rf s i-S s . o IS 2 - r O IS 2 s i II ?5 n 3 WM. H. BRIAKT, Attorney at Law and Solioitor in tjuancery, AUsen, Tens, "ITTIMi PRACTICE IX THK CIRCt'IT AN'U if Chaneery Cnurts of MeMinu, Polk, Uriol lev. Mciiis, Monroe and Roan ronntie.. And attend promptly to the collecting and securing of all claims euirusteu to nu cure m x.ost len- ncssee. Sept 28, 160 tf 827 ATHENS BOOK STORE. GEOR. W. ROSS, BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, 1 1 ESPECTFULLY INVITES THE PEOPLE IV to call at his lieokstore, and see thu host sulueted stoek of lluoks and Stationery to be found anywhere outside of the big elties, at priees to utisfy all. Ho offers an extensive and varied assortuiont of Standard, Ayi'irntliirttl, fine. Medical, JiclitfitwM, Pnttiral, Mittmjti; uttrary, I'nutteal, llulurteal, lliiiuitrphtt'al, SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS To Instruet and tn please th, people. To his nice tlil't Hooks for "Juveniles" for all sensons and his SCHOOL HOOKS, anil to the Aotr Vires of them all, he particularly invites at. tendon. His Stationery, from a Pencil to a Portfolio, aud throuiih Ilia extended list, ouihruce a wldi variety of kinds aud qualities, from the vicnr riiKAr to the vkrt riNK. Stationery for the la dies, tasteful, elegant, recherche, in varied aud lieh aliundanee. All sorts nf lllank lluoks on hand from a Ledger or au Album tn Puss II or a Pocket Diary, as well as all forma and quali ties of Writing Paper, Visiting Card, Paper Hangings, lirawing .naterluls o. His liu'ilities also fur procuring to order any thinu in his lino that may be wanted, with dis- pateh, and on the liest terms of ihe raarkot, are couiplote. Ho solicits ordor. from the neighbor ing counties, as wull a. trom th people about home, promising to do hi. best fur thus, who iImI with htm. Any Rook that I. published in th. Vuiiod States, will bo delivered here at publish ers prices. (let. 3, IKHll-G'.'S $20,000 DEPOSITED! For the ADDITIONAL SISCVKITYof rOLICT-IIOllKtlS The pnoENix insurance' CO., Of Haryunl, Cou,., lias complied wilb the New Insurance Act, and deposited wilh the Comptroller of State Ike sum of 90,000 DOLLARS, ' Al ft Referred Vnptlal, r total FnnJ, far tbo xuluilrv bonetlt of, sud ft (rttriit to tft Ml ruui of ibe M OLD riKEMX.1 In Tdomm. A t of lA CvmpaAft OVER HALF A MILLION DOLLARS. Politic! iuued ftad Loimv paid ftt lh(t Agenrr. by W. O. HORTON, Agent, WAGON AND C ARRiAGP AND EEPAIRIF& I HAVE F1HBX HATK WOKKMEM AJCD No. 1. MfttttrUI. ftnd will do wiy jtbt in lb ftbovv liuo, cbowpor and bottvr Ithiio anybody. WM. A. a, EKUD, yr IptN Atbtrni, Oct, 13, J8i.Mt STOMACH DITTEQS. fh. Brmrllors mti maMif(KIrraf IfO- TETTEH'i CELEKRATED 8TUMA:H LIT TEWI ran aprMnl wilh frlrtt nrrfklMrs physicians and sliiirns irMn-mH tf Iks t'nfc.d Btalss, bwans tha anlcl. has mtah-iH s rrpt Uiiou hantoibra unknown. A ft farfi ttm this point will spsak mora powrrfull llMtta . Tahiaies ,f bar saacrtiaaor hlsaniiif yulT.rjr. Tb. eonsumnlioB of HoslMtw's Bianiarh Hit- tor for the last jrer amoamoil U mtr hulf- BiMllon nattlrs, an 'I mm lis annirm stra'iy Inersaae in times pint, it is .rhlrnt thnt during th coming year ill. cotisumf t!oil will rncu ar on. million boltla. This iunncusc amvun'. conhl never have been Sold but tor the rare fneriieiaal properties ronlnin'! in lit prepara tion, and tli annclinn of th ntosl fiemia.dt physicinni in those seriiom of .lie rornitry wher tlie srtlcl Is best known, who in t otify recommenU Ibe Hitters lo their all nts, list nre reedy at all times togite Icaliu euial- to iu erhcecyln ell eaecs of sttiitiaeitic JcrancciueAiB and the diseases reoulttog theretrem. -. This is not temporary p- pularity, oMnlnol by (straonlinary tflnrta in ti e wny of trum peting th qualities t f the Killere, Int n rollil estimation of an invnlmlJo tin die inc. Lich Is destined to be as emhirii f i time itatif. .. Hosteller's Ktomnch Litters linte jrorcd a Godsend U region wkcr feter na ap.e and tarious other bilious complaints ksu ounled their victims l y ktiuOreds. Te be bis to Mat oon&dcnlly that Hi "Ciller" are s certain cure for tho Dypcpi and like diseases, is to th proprietors source of un alloyed pleasure. It remi res all morbid matter from the stomneli, pmlfies the Mood, ond Imparts renewed vitality tollicuerToiisaj stsm, giving it that loue and nergy indi.ieabt for the restoration of henlth. It operates upoa -the stomach, liver, nnd oilier digestive or grins, mildly but powerfully, and soon restores them toacondilion essential to the h.althy discharge of tho flinclions f(Mt?. ' Elderly pcrsonalnlyTil'U I 'Tlicm dally aJ per directions on the boltle, mid Ihey Will find in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort declining years, im it in pleasnut to III palate, invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic, and rejuvenating generally. We liar the evt denco of thousands of aged men and women who hare experienced tho benefit of using this preparation whilo buffering from stomach de rangements and general debility; acting under the advice of physioinns, they hare abandoned all deleterious drugs nnd fnirly tested tb merits of this article. A fe'w words to tbo gentler sex. There are certain periods when their cares are so harassing that many of them sink under the trial. The relation of mother and child is so absorbingly tender, that- the mother, especially if she be young, is apt to forget her own health in her extreme anxiety for her infant. RhouM tho period of maternity arrive during I lie summer bea.on, -1hc weartif body and mind is generally aggravated. Here, then, is a necessity lor n ettmutaut to recupe rate tho energies of the rysiem, r.nd ennblc tho mother lo hear lip under her exhausting trials nnd rponVil.iliitr. Nursing mol Iters gene rally prefer th(? liiticr to pll other invigortl tors that receive the i ndorrcmetit of pliytd cinns, because it is nrf'-ffMe to the taste as well as certain to gic n pcimtiueut Ji)crcuse of boili'y strength. All those c sous. tov.hotuwe have particu larly referred nhore. lo wit : suuerers lrem fever snd ague, ciiutr-d I y malaria, diarrhoea, dynentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, nnd all diseases or derangements of the stomach, superannuated invalids, persfns of sedentary occupation, nnd nursing n-.othtrs, will consult Iheir own physical welfure by (riving to Hos teller's t'elebralrd rjtonwicii liitlcrs a trial. CAUTION. W caution th public against using any of the many imitations or counter feits, but ask for HosTtTTr.n's rrt.itnr. atku Stomach BiTTsns, and reethftt each bottle l.ria the words "Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach l'ittiis" blown on the side of tho tattle, aud stuiuj-ed on th metallic cap covering the cork, nnd observe that our autograph signet uie j on t lis label. Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEK Sc SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealors generally throughout th United Btatoa, South Ame rica, and Germany. HtoviL . Mrtn, No. 111 Chsrtrrs slrert, Ni w Orltnns, (tviifrsl Uholifsslv AiruiitB tor ihe SostLt-ra Mni.-s. tn whom sit orilrrs must W sditrrssta. Holtl uya. lilisss, Alhvnsj J. It. Msonr, Moii. Cr.fk; MrFusLAK KM, Kuuxvillt Ilkrsi LDsA Pos. aldaon, Benton. Msy l-etl Dried Fruit. ;' THE SrilSCRIllER WILL HCY ALL TlfE lined Apple and Peuchos thut my he offered. Sept. 28 8. h. Kr.fcltr.lt. Leather ! Leather ! ' " , PCr LBf- SPANISH SOLE LEAT1IEI1, t7 yj s tust received and for '-ale l.y Oct. S,J tiKOU. W. ROSS. FAIj Ij. X O O O. NEW AND CHEAP FALL & WINTER DRY GOODS. HOPKINS, HULL & ATKINSON, 2S3 lialiimure stitei, IIAl.TltlOHK, RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTEN tion of buyers to their Fall Stock '. Of Rritish, French and American Dry Goods. We have tukeu grcut ains to select a slock uir ed tu the wants of Southern and Western mer chants, will, h WE WILL SELL LOW TO SAI E AND PROMPT BUYERS. Our stoek i. veir large, and embraces such au assortment as wiii enable a merehiuit to buv of us, TO THE RES I ADVANTAGE TO HIMSELF, all the U,.o,U he muy need in our liuo. In all things we shall try tu consult the Interest of our customers. Osder. cnt to us shall bo carefully attended u, and good, dispatched promptly. HOPKINS, nULL ATKINSON. 11. II. Hopkins, ) Robt. Hull, Baltimore, August 17. 1800. Tbos. W. Atkinson. I 4m-o2I Chanoery Sale of Valuable Lands and Negroes. PURSUANT TO A DECREE RENDERED t the lot October term of the Chun rcry Court nt WuxhiiiKK'ti. Tenn., I will, on the 24th day of Decern Iter, I860, cell, on tbo prcmincn, tn the hichel biddtir. Iho 1.AND8 and NKUllOKS of winch IlcnjuiDin 1). Smith died tteiicd and pot POK.'i'd, in Hhea county, Tonn. The Lands will he lold on ft credit of twulre moihii ( note with approved iccurity will lie required uud ft lit-a rc tained forlbo payment of tho pumha coeney.- Tho Ncgroei will be sold on a credit of Tour atvl tenmonthai notci wilh appro red fertjrity will bo rcqtiirel, and lien retained for the fayaeiit of the purrbae money. Thin valuable FARM of about 00 ACRES fa eligibly tdtuated on tho Teiincti.ee Rirer, eeTen mile abuTo the town of Waahtiifrton, and con tain! a Inrjro amount of fertile Kiltnm land. TheNK(iHOK8 eonatnl of Men, Women ami Children, between the ape or one and thirty-flv yea re, and will be nold tn lot, tn wit: Mat and wife Jinney and three email rbildren tnjrelber, at not lehi than their miutmutn valuaiion; Aleney and two pmall children tofretber, at not let than the minimum valuation; ibe runt, eoniiittny of bityi and girlr, tepiirnte. W. E. COtVIM.E, C, d- Xf. Nov 10, lSflO-0t-prs fee $3,40-6.14 Notice, " J. C. Prtie, ) t t " : ' rn, Attachment, 1 J. W. ftni.l!t-v. ) IN THIS CASK IT AiM'EARs THAT THE deleii'lont Is a n n rci"Ktit nf the State of Teitnevftec, it li thirclV rt- r!er'il that pu'jira'Mn be made for four fuccewtvt wth in ibe Alhena Toat, publihel al Aihcn. TunAe, notifvine; tha said J. W. ilradley lo appear before j- bn Miiii', Juxtiv of tbelVae,ta Madih.nvilla. Mon roe county. Tenneftoeroa thm Third 8amrday In May, 161, to aniwar.ihen aud there the aaid nt Urhment aa the law directi. or tb aame will be taiieB ft eonlWjed And heard ex pmrtw aa to him. , JOHN MINKS, Jir nf fta fmo. Nor lfl, ISflU 4t prt fee $30:14 Notice. Rogere HIIH . W. M, Oolr . . r IV APPEARING THAT THK DEFENDANT. W. Hotsolre, Is a nna-resirien, of tho lale of TannosM., so that Ihe prnees. of the Curt rsanot ha served upon liim, II is tuerrtore ordered that puhliration be mad. In the Athens Post, is newspaper puhlishwi in Athens, Tenneswe, w'h. y, for fonr seeosssive works, requlrtne ssld ron rwldent defendant to sppesr at ilia i (Pet of Jmnrs 8. Thoeipiati, a Jiutio. of ih. Pea'.i tho 18th day of lecemlirr. nest, and answer the couipl-,ii't of Rouen A llill or the reuse will heprosved.d wilhwrHirte. . JAMKS . TllOMPft'N, . Je.Hr. (As rW far BlttM tvmtik ' KoelS, u-rrfoJ-(KH