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Died, of pulmonary consumption, at
the residence of Ejuire Boyd, I'olk oo
Tenn., Mr. Julia Tdnnilx, in her
J ear. Mrs. Tunnoll was the daughter of
I. J.' Carrol, of Virginia. She was wod
ded to Mr. N. J. Tunnell in the year 18
Subsequently they moved to the State of
Missouri, where Mr. Tunnell died. She
was left a widow in a strange land. Hav
ing no relatives to aid her there, she was
' induced 10 return to Tennessee, where
she bad friends. She made her home at
her brother-in-law's, Erby Boyd, sr. In
the yesr 18 she made a profession of
faith in Christ; joined the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church, ana lived n consis
tent nnd exemplary member of the same
up to the day of her decease.
The writer was not acquainted with sis
ter Tunnell in her earlier life, but was fa
miliarly acquainted with her about eight
years, and he is prepared to say of her
that she ras a christian, if good fruits are
ovidonce. -Naturally she was ardent in
disposition, industrious in habit, nnd do
voted to friends; but whon these good na
tural qualities were ruled by religion she
became at once a truo follower of Christ.
a much devoted mother, and true friend
to all. Her words were gentle and sin
cere, her soul was devotional and prayer
ful, and her life was smooth and hopeful.
Sister Tunnell had been afflicted
for years, yet she bore all her sufferings
with patience, and murmured not at the
ways ot l'rovidenco. When able, she was
a faithful attendant at Church. For somo
three years previous to her death she was
not able to go to Church, but she often
talked of her past walks about Zion, and
insisted that the writer should keep up
religious services at the house where she
had so often worshipped God, The writer
frequently visited the family with whom
aha lived, and as -often tttlked with her
about her condition, the cause of Christ,
and her prospects of heaven, and he can
say truly that he always found her calm
and full of christian hope and fortitude.
She often said that she knew she raustdie
soon; but that death would end her suf
ferings and be the gate to glory. The
writer saw and conversed with sister
Tunnell about two weeks previous to her
departure, and found her fully ready and
well propnred to dio. The next news he
heard ot her she had died and was buri
ed. His first thought wag, "she is gone
to rest in Heaven, and his prayer was, 0!
may I see her in glory. Sister Tunnell is
gone, gone from earth.
She left two daughters, sisters and bro
thers, and many much beloved friends to
mourn her loss. Let mo say, children,
you had a good mother, one who prayed
for you on her sick bed and often begged
you to be good. 01 strive to meet your
mother in glory. Your best friend is cone.
trust in God. Sisters and brothers and
friends, weep not for vonr sister and
friend she is happy now. All you can do
w gum iitjr aouieiy is to prepare to cue.
J. L. MlLBl'RN.
Benton, Sept. 7, 1862.
TRIBUTE OP RESPECT.
Mat A. Cai.owf.li., died at the rosldenoe of
her father, in Polk county, Tenn., April 19th,
1802 wife of W. f. Caldwell, and daughter of
N. ana S. Crittenden.
- My loving wife, my bosom friend,
The object of my 1ot(
Hat left mo and my babe, and gone
To God above.
BANK OF ATHENS,
. Athena Tenn,,
Will Buy all kinds of Uneurrent Bank
Notes, and Gold and Silver.
Alto, attend to the collection of debts.
GKOIl. W. ROSS, tatkier.
Sept 13, 1861-tf-07T .
Too bright a jewel on earth to stay
With me and my tweet babe)
Therefore the Lord called her away,
Her precious toul to tave.
Sleep on, dear wife, and take thy rest,
Happy it thy tleepj
God called thee home) lis thought It belt;
Why therefore thould I weep?
I have to weep, my Mary dear, .
Bocause that thou art gone;
I am a lonely volunteer,
Bo far away from home.
Would, dear Mary, the tiino wni now,
At when I sought thy love;
Joy and youth wai on thy brow,
But now thou art above.
Farewell, my loving, angel-wife,
Ibou cannot ne'er return to me,
For thou hatt patted from death to life,
Time (o eternity.
I hope to meet thee beyond the iky
Where parting is no more;
For there wa thall nover die;
No pain nor toirow will we know.
Mart M. Davis, Knoxville.
11TE ARE MAKING AN!) HAVE ON
V band an excellent HORSE RAKE, for
Catherine Uav. which, with one man and hone,
will do the work of ten men. Alio, Improved
8UQAR MILLS and KETTLES.
ZIMMERMAN 4 KILQORE,
May 1, 1802-41-712
COURTNEY, TENNENT & CO.,
turner iufortiri or
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, &o.,
No. 35 liayne Street, .
1'Uarleeton', 9. O,
WILLIAM C. COfRTKET.
June 2D, 1860-tf-6I4
JASPER. W. Lll.LARB.
T. W. FLEMING,
Nov 8, 1861 ! (185
ROBERT L. CRAWLEY,
In Frauklln Building, Alabama Street,
Belli Hay, Corn, Bacon, Flour, Lard, io.
ftS Remit promptly ai directed.
Oct 4, 1861-tf 680
"Mr. Crawley It a very clever gentleman and
worthy of patronage 'Anemia Intelligencer.
KO. W. BRICOr.R. 1. S. VATTIIKWS.
BRIDGES & MATTHEWS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office South-west tide of tho Public Square.
October 25, 1861 tf 683
YlXILIr STAND THE PRESENT SEASON
TV at roy stable, four mi lei South or A them,
commencing 15th of March and endlog 25th
June, and will be lot to a limited Dumber of Mures
at $10 the Insurance.
CATLIN wu aix yean old 6th of Julylatt;
color black; wat tired by Young Catlln (bred by
Brulut Clay, of Bourbon county, Ky.,) and he by
ImDorted Catlln. Catlin't dam wai alio bred io
Kentuoky, and ii an unusually Sno and large
animal. M. A. HELM,
MoMinn go., Tenn.
Maroh 7, 1862 3m 702
A. S. JARNAOIN
ATTORNEY AT IAW,
lllwneaee Copper Ittlnee,
Polk Comtif, Tenn.
J- Office near MAonlo building.
June 17, 185-tf-660;
LI. PERSONS HAVING ACCOUNTS
L with theundortlgned ot settled, will ceme
f.,rrd and do to. We will take WHEAT In
payment, at the market price.
July 12, 18l-tf-8
Wanted to Purchase,
yt PINE LOGS, TO BE DELIVERED AT
I J Cleage'i Saw Mill, on or before lit reorua-
ry next. Apply at the Store of
m w fn a ej till PTtl
VliEiAUl. a DRAl A
Pec , 1801 It 8
I HAVE LEFT MY NOTES AND ACCOUNTS
with W. O. Horton, to whom payments can be
made nntil the lit. day of February, after which
time. If not paid, they will be plaocd in thehandt
ot collection otueert, ana no mtiinxe.
Jan. 3, 102 4t r. mw
r. L. kakim w. h. eaowir,
EAXIN & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
riLLpractlceln the Circuit and Chancery Court!
"V of the oountlesof Blount. Roane.Monroe.McMtnn,
and Pelk, and In the Federal and Bupreme Oourtsst
Knoxville, Tenn. aarcn no, mou-wi
Chancery Court at Ahens.t
Samuel P. Henderion,
Robert II. McCroikey, Lafayette MoCroskey and
Attnciiiieiii BUI and Amended Ilill.
T APPEARING TO THE CLERK A MAS
tcr. from the bill in this cause, that R ,H. Mc-
I'roskey and Lafayette McCroskcy are not citizen!
of the State of Tennessee, it ii therofnre ordered
that publication be made in the Athens Post, a
newspaper published in Athens, Tennessee, re
quiring the laid responaenu to appear ai tue
next term 01 tue unaucery vourt, to ue ueiu lur
the County of MeMion, at the Court-bouse In
Atbeni. ou tne ia aionaay oi August next, men
and there to plead, amwer or demur to laid bill,
or the same will be taken for confessed as to them
and set for hearing ex pane.
JNO. L. BRIDGES, C. fc Jf.
March 14, 1862 4t prt fee $3703
Ballirsvillc, MAaorrm co., Kr.,
September 16, 1862,
Jr. Joint i Permit me. through your paper, to
pay a last tribute to the worth of a departed
friend. The 43d Regiment Tennessee Volunteer!,
which it for the present attached to Gen. Hum
phrey Marshall's Brigade, having for nine dayt
marohed over the heights and down the depths of
the mountain! and ravines of Eastern Keutucky,
weary and foot-tore, pitched thoir encampment,
on the evening of the 13th Inst., along a narrow
deSle between two tall mountain spun on Middle
Creek, ten miles above Prestonsburg, and station
ed picked above and below the encampment to
guard its only two approacbei. Tbe next morn
ing, about three o'clock, the cams was aroused
by the pickets firing off their gum and running
into oampi aud announoing that a cavalry attack
was being made upon us. This being tho first
thing of the kind that had ever taken rlaoe In
the reglmouty of course groat exoitement and
confusion prevailed. The men had carried their
gum for sovoral days exposed to the rain and
dew, witnout an opportunity or rubbing; teem up.
Some of thoir gunt had been loaded- for guard
purposes, and these tbey bogan to discharge for
tbe purpose of re-loading them, aud others burst
ed caps to dry out tbe tubes of their guns. Some
one unfortunately held hit gun carelessly and
shot Lieutenant Be McCartT of Captuin Mc
Kamy't Co. (I,) through the bead, an ounce ball
and two buck-shot piercing bit temple and killing
him instantly. It wat soon learned that the
alarm was false, the pickets having mistaken
tome moving objects for an enemy; but the tad
acoident in Company I threw a deep gloom ovor
the whole regiment, for Ben McCarty Was with
the regiment, as he was wherever he wat known,
a favorite. We placed his body in a wagon and
seut it to Prestouburg for interment, and the regi
ment moved on in silence. No laughter or hal
looing disturbed thequiot of that Sabbath morn
ing. The tilence and thoughtfuioesi of eight
hundred men paid a last sad tribute of rospeot to
the worth of their departed friend. I have teen
many of the evils of this unholy war, and much
of the suffering that it hat brought upon our de
voted people. I have teen our brave toldiert
itruok down by disease in eamn. I have seen
them ttruok down in action, and I have seen them
waste away In hospitals; but I have never wit.
uessed a scene so sad as the doath and burial of
an old friend among itrangori, In the mountaini
of Kentucky. Many of our brave toldiert have
fallen by the hand of disouse, and many have
been killed b.7 the accidents inoident to the care
less handling of flroarms, but to tbesfio loud
poans are sounded no newspaper articlei are
devoted to the praise of their eallantrvi and vet
none tbe less have tboy fallen in the service of
ineir oouncry. Tne Hepublio may not And room
in ill big heart for praise and gratitude to the
man who ia struck down by camp disease, or by
an acoident while doing hit duty at a soldier,
bnt none the less tad are the herta of hi. rnim.
radei and friends than if he had fallen amid the
roar of cannon and the rattle of musketry, In
iue. aqq aiiuouirn no whn.e dnmlh T M
chronicle never met the enemy in deadly conflict
and signalised hit dovotion to hit country by
oi arms, wo anew mm as tne true soldier,
tbe biga toned gentleman, and kind hearted
friend; and our lost and the lost of his frindt in
East Tennessee ii none the less than if he had
fallen in battle. J. N. A.
RUDDLE CREEK ACADEMY.
rpHE FALL SESSION OF THIS INSTITU
JL tipn, under supervision of Mr. 8. P. Hale,
will commence on .Monday, Sept. i, i',
Rates of Tuition:
First Class Spelling, Rending and Wrlting,$",00
Second Class Arltnictio, English Grammar
and Geography 10.00
Third Class Mathematics, Natural Sci-
nces, Ac, WO
rnnlSnnl fne 50
Payable, half in advance, other half at close of
Boarding 2 per week washing and light! ex
tra at good houset convenient.
By order of the Board. .
MONT. REYNOLDS, Sec'i.
Aug 29, 1862-3m-727
FOREST HILL ACADEMY.
THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS IN8TI
tution, under charge of A. A. Newmak, A.B.,
will oinincnce Monday, 4th August, 180,1.
, Rates of Tuition.
First Class Spelling, Reading, Writing,
Mental Arithmetic, Ac, 7,00
Second Class English Grammar, Geogra
mnlir. Arithmetic Voclamation andCom-
ThirdClass Mathcinatici Natural Sciences,
Languagos, Ac. 'i'l.
Contingent Fee J.""
Payable in advance, liy onter 01 tne noaru.
TII0S. A. CLEAGE, Seo'y.
July 18, 1862-tf-721
Hardware and Farmers' Implements.
JUST RECEIVED, THE BEST ABum
ment that hat ever been offered In this place,
of almost every thing that a Farmer or Mechanio
wanlt. Call and examine.
Aprilt PKUK. vs. rtveo.
mnr BiTTtsf'TtlTiEli TAKES THIS METn
X od of Informing the nubile and all intereitcd,
that he nai nougnt out ine Dioca u, . "
KINS 4 CO., and It now tore propnewr
owner of the concern. All debts due tbe old con
cern will be paid to him alone and he atono Is
authorised to tettle all the old business. He will
continue to keep a general supply of rtGoo"f
Oroceriet, 4c MAT. M. LOWRY.
July 12, 1861-tf-668
Music I Muiio t M usie I
THE HARP OF COLUMBIA.
mills IS A WORK 0 SACRED MUSIC,
and hoi gained a popularity not surpassed
by any other work. It is published with theseven
nntos,' or svllablos, Ho, ra, n',, 'ol, la, si, all
differently slinpcd, and It preferred to any other
lystcm. The dcmifnd Is to great that It li with
difficulty It enn bo satisfied. The work can be
had at 76 cents, Cash, of
GE0R. W. ROSS,
May 10, 1801-659 Athcm.Tenn.
WM. H. BRIANT,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in
WILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT AND
Chancery Courts of McMinn, Polk, Brad
ley, Moigi, Monroe and Roaue counties. And
attend promptly to the collecting and securing oi
all claims entrusted to III care in East Tennessee.
Sept 28, 1800 tf 027
MTTI FC UfANTFn 1
tWI 1 fcfcW wert... a.tlnr.nnb.i.1.nHrnmo,Uinro
rTIHE SUBSCRIBER WILL PAY A LlUKn I B r
X al price for all the Quart Bottlci that may De
JARNAGIN & CALDWELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MILTON P- JIRNAOIM
Chancery Court at Decatur, Tennessee,
Andrew Campbell, Adm'r, 4c,
The Widow, Heirs and Creditors of W. B. Rus-
- ten, aeo a.
mHE ACCOUNT ORDERED IN THIS
I cause will be taken at the Master's office, in
Decatur. Meiet oounty, Tennessee, on inursaay,
the 24th day of April, 1862, when and where the
parties may attend wiin ineir prooi.
r. sil-uouaLO, i. ac
Per Josepb MnConxi.a, D.c. k u
April 4, 1862 3t prt fee $3706
Alcxaudor Rico it alt. )
, v. Attachment Bill.
Jamos A. llowser el ah. )
TUE ACCOUNT ORDERED IN THIS
cuuse will be taken at the Master's office, in
Decatur, Meigs oounty, Tennessee, on Saturday,
the 12th day ot April, 1802, when nnd whore the
parties mar attend with their prooi.
Per JoiBPa MoCorkle, o. a. k M.
April 4, 1862 td prt foe $3706
P. M. Miller, Adm'r, 4c, )
vs. V futolveHl Bill
Thos. P. Tillerv and wife el alt. I
THE ACCOUNT HERETOFORE ORDER
ed in this cause will be taken at tbe Master'!
office, in Decatur, Meigt .county, Tennessee, on
Friday, the 18th day of April, 1862, when and
where tbe parties may attend with their proof.
t. jucuuKhiiB, u. v m.,
Per Joseph McOorkle, d.c. am.
April 4, 1862 td pri fee $3706
Jamei A. Darwin, Adm'r, io.,
The Widow, Heirs and Creditors of John T. Blov-
mt, dec d.
THE ACCOUNT HERETOFORE ORDEfi
ed in this cause will be taken at the Master's
office, in Decatur, Meigt county, Tennessee, on
Tuesday, the 22d day of April, 1862, when and
where the parties may attend witn tneir prooi.
. t. IUCUUKK1.E, v. a- JU.,
Per Joseph MoCorkle, p. C. k u.
April 4, 136i'-3t-prs fee $3-706
SAM'L A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jan 18, 1861 tf 643
DR. W.W. BAYLESS,
rY MORGANTON, TENN., TENDERS HIS
V professional services to such of the families
of volunteers as may desire tnem, iree oi cnarge,
Oct 4, 1861 -
THE LAST NOTICE.
THOSE INDEBTED TO ME BY NOTE OR
account, will lave Cost by calling and paying
up, as I expcot to leave here for good as soon at
possible. M. M. LOWRY.
Athens, Jan 10, 1862 684
DR. J. C. GRANT,
TT A VINO PERMANENTLY LOCATED,
XT offers bis services to the citizens of Athens
and viciuitv. He will perform any operation per
tuinlng to his profession, from the simplest to aa
entile set of Teeth. Ho promises satisfaction.
jjJST Tcctb extracted by tho application ol
Office formerly occupied by A. Uutttwell, .sq,
Feb 8, 1861-ly-046
Athens Foundry and Machine Works.
THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RESPECT
fully announce to the cititeni of Athens and
tbe nublic eenerally, that they are still In opera
tion and propose to do CASTINGS of every des
erintion In their line, and would therefore solicit
work from all those who may want anything of
Wo arc now casting and hnve for sale different
sites of the Globe, Crescent, Indiana and Iowa
Cook Stovet furnished complete: various sites ol
Parlor, Nine Plato, Chamber, Office and Shop
Stoves. Also Coal Stoves, Hollow Ware, Waflle
Irons: Plouehs, Back's and Jams. In fnct hav
ing a very large supply of patterns on band got up
during the past teven years, we can supply any
order fur any kind of Machinery that can be wan
ted. We also manufacture Horse Powers and
Threshers, also Cane or Sugar Mills, large and
Also the Kilgore Spiral or Incline Water Wheel,
whl.h will saw from two to fire thonsnnd feet pot
day. All kinds of MACHINERY fitted up In the
best and most durublo manner, and upon short
Alio Iron Ratling of every description.
We aro also prepared to make Brass and Com
The highest cosh price paid for old Copper.
ZIMMERMAM 4 KILGORE.
P. S. There is connected with the Works an ex
cellent Pattern Maker, to that perions wishing
ATHENS DRUG STORE.
A. A. JSAA0J1ALL, Jn, p..
INTKNDINO TO DEVOTE HIS ATTKN
tlon to the Drug Businest, offers to the citirtni
ot Atbensandvicinityacarefnilyassortcdstock oi
Medicines, Faints and Dye-Stufis,
on rcvonaMe'lermt, for CASH. With sn exre
Hence of teveral yean, he boldt himself qualified
to give satisfaction to all who may favor bim with
His terms are Cos, imariallv c.11
credited out lose half In collection. Besides hu '
acquaintance it very limited and le knows not
whom to trust. He will therefore adhere ta tl..
cash system Invariably. 10
lie bas on-band a lull flock of PATENT
MEDICINES ( also, a handsome variety of FINK
PERFUMERY, to which special attention it call. '
ed, at he Is determined to please, both in price
To oolse out a lot of Confectionary he will tell
it by rotoil at very low figures, Indeed.
jsov 10, leou 11 Bui
CALF.KDAR FOB 1800-61.
Winter Session eommenees Monday, Sept 0
Winter Session closet Friday, Jan. 26
Summer Session oommencesMondiy, Feb. 4
Annual Commencement Friday, ' June 21
Annual Examination, the Wednesday and Thurs
day preceding. S. M. GAINES, Principal.
Aug. 24, 1860 If 622 V
THE FALL AND WINTER SESSION OF
thit Institution will commence on Monday.
3d September next. The Female Department
will be under the charge of Mn. H. G. I'ooke
The Male Department will be under tbe oharae of
OicahW. Mui.lxd., A. B.
TUITION, per Settion 0 20 W'eel t t
ljirit Class, f1M
Second Class, 10 00
Thin" Clnss, 2 l)0
Fourth Class, (Including the Languages,) ls'.OO
Contingent fee (in advance,) ijnu
One half payable in advance, tbe remainder at
the close of the first half session. No pupil will
be admitted lor a lest time than the unexpired
session, after admission, unless by special con
tract. No deduction for lost time, except in case
XZ, .d " r,'-r.No wl b admit!
ted without a ticket from the Secretary. Tha
prof HI:r,crororwm te undcr
Bosrding can be had In good ramlltet al reason
able rates. J. H. PATTON, Sec'v.
Angl7, 1860-tf 621 vi.oecy.
Annlv at tbe Drucr Store.
IV. 1. .UAnOUAUlJ.
Athoni, July 18, 1862-721
ON HAND AND FOR SALE, AT
July 11 REEDER'S.
Cigars I Cigars I
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR 8ALE, A
large lot of Cigars. S. K. REEDER.
July 11, Iu2
I7IOR SALE, A HOUSE AND LOT IN THE
; town of Athens. Tbe property is in a pleas
aut and desirable part of the town. Also, several
nieces of fine Furniture. Conlcacrale iMotcs win
he taken in payment. Any one wishing to pur
chase, can learn tbe name 01 tne party Dy appiy
ing to the editor of the Post.
April 4, 1802 tt 7Uti
A SMALL LOT OF INDIGO JUST RE
oeived and for sale by
May 0, 1862 S. K. REEDER.
HIDES AND TAN BARK
IfTANTED, FOR WHICH CASH WILL BE
Tf paid. Enquire at tbe Store,
May 80, 1802-IC-714
Small-Arm Light Infantry Drill of the
united States Army; Infantry Drill
of Percussion Musket; Also,
Company Drill of United States Cavalry
"1UE MOST PERFECT MANUAL EVER
, placed in a Volunteer's band : a book to be
carried in every Soldier's knapsack. Price 60 cts.
By Captain M. W. BERRIMAN. enraged for tho
last Thirty Years in the practical initruction of
for sale by G. W. ROSS,
July 26, 1861 Athens, Tenn.
CLEAGE & BRETT.
Valuable Lands for Sale.
T7"NOWN AS THE "PATTON FARM." LY-
AV. ing on the Iliwassee river, at the mouth ot
Ocoee, ten miles above Charleston, in Polk county,
Tenn., containing, by estimation, 642 acres 274
acres cleared and more good Land to clear about
130 acrci of Bottom Lund all in a high state of
cultivation with a fine, large Brick Dwelling,
large barn and all necessary out-buildings. Said
Farm it well timbered and watered water in all
the fields, two good Springs, a good Well and Cit
torn. Terms made easy.
Further information may be had from Judge
Unut and Inos. 11. Callaway, Cleveland, Tenn.) it,
C.Jackson and Dr. J.M. Alexander, Athens, Tenn.;
Robert Russell, Madisonville, Tenn., or from the
subscriber. J. 11. ALEXANDER,
July 15, 1859 tf 664
LL ACCOUNTS NOT PAID OR BET
J. tlod by the 1st February next will be put in
bauds of Uncle Billy and James Tvrner, and as
many other officers ai may be necessary, to col
leot what you owe ut. We are compelled to close
our business, at tbe partnership oxpiret the 1st
of February, 1862. Wo hope to have the pleas
ure of settlement immediately with you all.
me remaining BIOCK Vf GOODS will be
old cheap, all together or at retail either to, all
..u miiy iniug we may nave will do well to
call soon, as wo are determined to close out and
Hie up. SEHOHN & HORNSBY.
Deo 20, 18R1 td 6V1
Lithographs and Photographs.
1 UST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORT
tt ment, from 25 ets. to $6,00. Call and see
them at Oct. 5, ROSS'.
Hardware and Cutlerr.
rpilE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
SL assortment ever offered
Athens, can be
Metallio Burial Cases, Coffins, &o.
DR. J. L. ATLEE,
PHYSICIAN AND BTXROEON,
WILL GIVE HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION
to tbe practice of Medicine.
OOlee one door South of C. F. Gibson's store .
DR. J. B. TAYLOR
RESPECTFULLY tenders his Professional Services
to the public. Office West side of Public Square.
Athens, Deo 81-tr-oao
DR. C. A. JORDAN,
Teeth Extracted by tbe Application
Office at hli residence, near Athens Fomalo Col
lege. April 26, 1861-tfT657
If Ton Want a Good Press !
If Tou Want a Cheap Press !
If You Want a Durable Press !
SOUTHERN HAY PRESS!
L. C. SHEPARD & SON,
At their Southern Hay Press Manufactory,
Deo 6, 1861 2m 680
tHTE ARE NOW PUTTING UP A NEW
TT Smut Machine a Rock Rubber at our
Mills, on Middle Creek, MoMinn county, and oui
tomeri are assured that their Wheat will be thor
oughly aleaned, and they be furnished with Just
as good an artiole of Flour as the grain will make.
E. BRIENT & CO.
Maroh 7, 1862 tf 702
SOMETHING FOR THE LADIES.
TT H. KIDER HAS JUST RECEIVED
XI, at his Furniture Room, a lot of
Fine Parlor Chairs ;
Cane-nottom unairs ;
Fine Sofas :
which be offers for sale cheap. Call in and ue
them. Atheni, Dec 7, 1860 tf 637
Died, September 21st, at her home, In Bradley
county, Sabau Bettie Kkox, oldest daughter
of O. and M. J. Knox, aied 11 ears and B
The king ot shadows lovet a shining mark,
and. truly h. has -pUckt . fairest 4ewr,
Bweot Bettie wat deservedly tbe pride of the
household, and idal of her home. Gentle and
affectionate in disposition, winning In her man
ners, none knew her but to love her, and those
who knew most of her pure life, loved her met.
a most devoted daughter, the Joy and oomfort of
ber parents, a kind loving siiur, almost Idolised
by her little brothers and lister, her loss is a
great bereavement. Her illness wat brief but
vory painful, we oould not think she eu in.
to leave ut nntil the day before ber death, wa
prayed "Father spare her, take ber not from ut."
"So young, Oh! Death withhold thy dart
Look on her childish brow,
Cruel and eold mutt be thy heart,
To ipeed thins arrow now." 1'
But the angels wanted our Bettie, she was but
loaned to us. and Death had reseived hit com
mission to bear ber away from this dreary earth,.
uu mo tenaer ears, and tears or mourning
friends, and the skill of a kind physician eould
set keep ber from bis eold smbraoa. She bat
gone from the hearts that loved ber, gone from
,m ,h 10 WW- Darling we should
ttUl the aching of our heart for we know thin
art lately fold, 1, u,, wm, of th Qoti Bh,p.
berd, but oh bow we yearn for thy dear fake and
sweet voice, bow w miss yon. Oh! If beyond
death! swallina fiood than m .h.
. if for the straggling bark there was no port of
' IV , . vuis aars eiouo sprang BO
bright bow of promise,
. . v "Alas! for love if tblt be all
And naught beyond, Oh! Death." '
Bat we are comforted, loved one, for though
yea cannot oome baek to ut, we may go to thee,
and 'tis sweeter to think of Heaven new, that
. Bettie is there, and may father, mother, brothers
and sitter and all wio watohed this sweet lamb
fall asleep In death, live purer better lives
ever after, so that we may meet ber ia the "bet.
w wona," - ...,,
POSITIVELY THE LAST CALL.
PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE LATE
eonoern of ROBESON, RICE tt CO., oan
settle with their agent, M. D. Akdebsor, at A. C.
Robeson't Store, without further costs if they call
mmediatrly; if not, tbe agent will prooeed to 001.
eol Just as last at be can.
ROBESON, RICE A CO.,
Job 8, 1861 Per A.JC. Robesor,
Incorporated December 6, 1825.
CALENDARFOR 1862,3. .
Winter Session commence! Monday) Sept, 16.
Winter Session oloiet FridaV, January 81.
Summer Sosslon eommenoes Monday, Feb. 5
Annual Commencement Friday night, Jnnt 20.
Annual examination. June IV and ZO.
Tuition as heretofore Primary Clast 17,60 per
teuton; all otbert S12. Diploma! f o. tor far
tber particulars apply to.
o. M. uaineh, rnnoipai,
Aug IS, 1862-tf-726
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
imelt tot of Goods, well snorted.
July 26, 1862. o. K. REEDER.
R0CKF0RD MANUFACTURING CO.,
4-4 Sheetings, Cotton Yarns, Batting',
Grain and Flour Saoks.
nOCKFOUD, BLOUNT Co., E. TENN.
Orders solicited, and promptly filled.
Oct. 12, 1800-tf-fi2J
mHK UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PUR
X chased the Athens LIVERY STABLE.it
prepared to accommodate all who may call with
Horses, Buggies, Hacks, Ac, and respectfully
solicit! a liberal share of eiutom. He It prepared
to feed all stock that may eome, and hit Stables
will be well and carefully attended to. Charge!
moaerute. nn, n. uun Anli,
Atheni, April IS, 1860-608
SALT FOR SALE.
WILL BE EXCHANGED FOR JEANS,
Leather, Feathers. Butter. Tallow, Bacon,
Beef Cattle, Mule Colts, Wheat, Corn, Or anything
tbe farsser may have to dispose of. Persons
wishing fa purchase Salt far salting their Pork
this rail will do well to call soon, on
Aug 15, 186J-tf .. . Fountain Hill, Tenn.
THE SUBSCRIBER WAJITS TO PUR
ehote 12 or 16 leads HICKORY or ASH
WOOD, for which be will pay the CASH on de
livery. ' JAM. P. inNS..
Feb li, 1I6J 3t 619
HUTTON & FRELIGH'S
Tersna Always in Advance.
One copy, per year $3,00
Two copies, to one address or pott office, 6,00
Six copioi, " 15,00
Eleven oopiei " n 25,00
Twenty-one copies, 46,00
Fifty copies, " ' 105,00
One hundred copies, 200,00
Onward and Upward.
With the Decomber number we Introduce a new
featurewe add 16 more pagei, oommenoing the
"Southern Monthly Novel Library," which will
permit ui giro our reaaert a scries or New
SorjiBEBN Novels, without at all interfering with
tne regular matter oi tne magazine. Niw mends
of Bonthcrn Literature, give us youraid tend on
your olubt by or before the lit of January.
Sf In ordering, be particular to write names
of subscribers, Post Office and State, dittinot and
HUTTON A FRELIOH,
Deo 15, 1861 Mtmphil, Tenn.
MASONIC FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Eev. I. N. Bradshaw, Principal.
THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INST1TU
tion will commence on Mondsty, the 1st day
OV awpMmber ncxi, uuutir me curuuiiMii nuu juv-
fessorshin of the Rev. Mr. Bkadshaw, who bas
had charge of it for tho last ten mouths.
Tho Trustees, In malting tnis announcement,
would most osnecially appeal to all citizens who
ave daughters to educate, to send tnem to tnis
institution. Mr. Bradshaw has bad charge of tbe
school for the last ten months, during which timo
he has rendered amnio, and. we mizlit say, uni
versal satisfaction to the Trustees, patrons and
pupils. There nover was a better time for men to
educate their daughters than now money it
plenty everything a farmer raises bean two
prices, ano) mo Tuition to tnis ecnooi is me sanio
that it was when everything wat at low figures.
What excuse can there be now for a man who
neglects to oducale his daughter? None. Be
cause here, in Clevoland, a healthy locality, wo
have an Institution, with an excellent Instructor,
aided bv a sufficient corps of Assistants, to in
struct all who may favor it with their patronage,
Let one and all put their shoulder to the wheel
aud build up tuch a School at will be of incalcu
lable benefit to us and an honor to our town.
We have tbe building and we have the teachers
tbo balance dovolvos upon tbe people, tve nope
tbeyjnay nobly perform thoir duty.
Tbo Trustoes are tbankful to tbe citizens lor tbe
patronage bestowed npnn Mr. Bradshaw hereto
fore, ana are giaa to Know mat unaer nis admin
istration, the Institution hat not lost any of the
enviable reputation it sustained in "the better days
of the Republic"
Rates of Tuition.
Primary Department, per annum, $12,00
Preparatory " 10,00
Freshman Class, 20,00
Sophomore " 21,00
Junior " 30,00
Senior " 36,00
Music Piano, Guitar or Melodeon, 60,00
Thorough Bass Comp., Ac, 20,00
French and other Modern Languages, 20,00
In the Ornamental Department full provision
will be made, at the ordinary prioes.
The rnle of payment it one half in advance,
the reit by the middle of tbe term.
Board can be had in good families, and at con
venient boarding houses kept purposely for young
ladies. The price of board, including lightt and
fuel is not to exceed $3,60 per week.
G. W. PARKS, Sec y and Trees.
July 81, 1861-tf-81
Saws 1 Saws I
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE ASSORTMENT
of Mill, Mulre and Cross Cut Saws, of the
best English ard uierican make, and for sale by
May 25 U. W. K0r3S.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL KEEP CN
ttantly on bond, at hie shop in Albent,
Fisk'i Metallio Burial Caset, of all lizet. Also,
Cherry and Walnut Coffins, of various sizes. He
will alio manufacture any article of Furniture
that may bo ordered. HENRY B1DER.
Atheni, Tenn., July 27, 1860-ly-618
ROBESON & KNOX
T TAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK
I I GOODS to their Ano .SVors Haute, on the
West corner of the Public Square, where they are
ofiuring Goods low down for Cash. Give them a
call. AH good Produce taken in exchunge foi
Goods. March 20, 1861
for Cash only, by
Popt 7, lbUO
Wall Paper and Paper Hanirinsrs.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORT
ineut, which I will sell cheap. Also, Patent
ttoners tor Curtains. All sizes of Picture Frames.
April 6 GEOR. W.ROSS.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
WE ARE MANUFACTURING A MA
chine for gathering CLOVER SEED,
which leaves all tbe straw in the field. Call ani
see, at Athens Foundry and Machine Works.
ZIMMERMAN A KILGORE.
Aug SO, l-4t-67&
. CASH NOTICE.
IjlROM AND AFTER THIS DATE WE
will tell Dry Goods, Jewelry, &o.,exclutirelg
tor Oath. We have to pay cash for every thine
we buy, consequently wo are forced to demand
tbe cash for what we sell.
SEHORN A HORNSBY.
Aug 16, 1861
NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED
IN-ADDITION. TO THE LARGE STOCK
already on hand, I bare just received a large
assortment, which makes my stock now full and
completo. Any Book that may be wanted I will
supply at publisneri prices, lor casn.
April 5, 1861 GEOR. W. ROSS.
rtriTlI THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1861
I close my Books, and will not again open
them. I have but fow Goods, but will sell such at
ure on baud low for cash. My Books arc posted,
all ready for settlement. Call and settle by Note
If you cont pay. A. C. ROBESON.
Jnn 1, 1862
MACHINE AND REPAIR SHOP.
milE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED A 6HOP
near tbo Depot, Athene, for tbe Repairing and
Manufacturing of all Hinds ol Macmnery, ana is
ready to execute any orders with whiob he may
be favored. Also, Blackiuiitbing done. A prac
tical workman himself, he hopes to receive a share
of patronage. l. It. fcauiil
May 10, 1861 tr osw
ATHENS FEMALE COLLEGE.
THE NINTH SESSION OF THIS INSTI
tutlon will open on Monday, the 8th of September.
-i The price of Tuition will be as heretofore, and
quarterly In advance.
jsoara, every tnmg inoiuaea, cannot oe anoraea,
at present prioes of provision!, at less than 13 per
For further particulars, apply to
Rev. E. ROWLEY, Pret't.
Atheni, Aug. 29, 1862-8727
PRIME OLD CIDAR VINEGAR FOR SALE
at S. K. READER'S.
July 25, 1862722
T WILL PAY CASH FOR TWO HUNDRED
J Galloni good Sweet Cider, made out of good
Cholera, Dysentery and Diarrhosa
A BOVEREION REMEDY FOR ALT. ROW.
ilEL AFFECTIONS Oholera, Dysentery,
Diarrhoea, Choleramorbut, Flatulent Cholio, In
flammation of the Bowels, Weakness of Stomach
and Bowels, Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Ac, to,
We ranted, and for tals by G. W. ROBS.
- 121,1861 .
- July 25, 1802722
S. K. REEDER.
THE LAST OPPORTUNITY!
SWILL CONTINUE TO TAKE PICTURES
at the Brick oorncr (np stairs) formally ooou
id by H. C. P.JIortoa will remain on month
longer in thit plaoe until after the titling of tbe
Methodiit Conference. All wbo wish cheap Pic
tures, oome and have them made. I will warrant
mrwork. BEN. 8. HOWARD,
Jtthent, Sept. 12, 1862-4t-72
T17E ARE NOW PUTTING UP A FULLING
TV MILL at our old stand, five miles West of
Madisonville, Monroe oounty, Tenn.,- sphere w
expect to be ready in tix weekt to Dress Cloth,
Jeans, Linsey, Blanketing and Shawls. W bop,
from our experience in that business, to be able to
gv genera! taltsrsotion.
- JOHN THOMASSON,
Sept 5, 1862 6m 728
X frf LBS. OF LOUDON IRON, AS'
t,uuu sorted, just received nnd for rale
. UKOtt. V.
THE MAN WHO ATTENDS TO HIS
WOULD RESPECTFULLY RETURN HIS
sincere thanks for tbe very liberal support
lie bai received from tbo citizens of thit and the
adjacent counties, and soliciti a eontinuanoe ot
tbe same, lie baa just opened a eplcndid assort
ment of Mutcrials fur the manufacture of Saddles,
Saddlebag'i, Bridles, Martingales, Buggy and
Wagon Harness, and every' other article in his
line of business, and which he keeps eonttantly
on nana. jte win ten at wnoiesale or retail, ana
at as low a figure at can be bought in Eatt Tennessee.
Tbe subscriber hot on hand a good assortment
of Hog-Skins, Enamelled Leather, Patent Leath
er, Pad Skins, Morocco, White Welting, Girthing,
item Webb, straining tvebb, Tbrcad, Saddlers'
Silk, Enamelled Cloth, Stirrup Irons, Bridle Bits,
llurnest Mounting, Ornaments, Buckets, Trunk
Locks, Mallott, Tacks, Saddlers Tools, Shark
Skint, and every thing else necessary to carry on
tbe Saddling Business, and wbieb be will tell on
reasonable terms. Call and tee before purchasing
elsewhere. EDWIN A. ATLEE.
March 23, 1860-tf-600
FLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS!
WE ARE NOW MANUFACTURING THE
Starbuck, Tennessee Farmer, aud other
Plows, all ready finished in the very best ttyle, at
Atbeni Foundry and Machine Works.
ZIMMERMAN A KILGORE.
Jan 10, 1862 tf 601
rTIHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
X. fully Inform the public that be bts become
the sole Aaent for the lower part of Eatt Tennes
see, of Wm. Knabe A Co't oelebraed and untnr-
passedrGOLD MEDAL PIANOS, and tbat be
it prepared to supply tn$in at short notice, at
In respect to power and iweetneti oi lone, easy
and ao-reeable touch, beauty of finish, durability
and their peculiar edaptednest to the Southern
climate, they have been pronounced unrivalled by
tuch Judges ai Thalberg, Strakoscb, 8atter,Viena-
All Instruments or tnis nrm aro guaranurau iui
five years. For Circular! and further informa
tion apply to uuoi. n. nnnnu,
Sept 28, 1866 6m 627
I - LARGE LOT OF SHOE PEGS, OF AS
V lorted lisei, just received and for sale by
Nov 16, 1861 - 8. K. REEDER.
And Irons, sad irons, and shovels
and Tongt, Just reoelved a large assortment,
and for tals by. Oct !, G. W. ROSS.
LINCOLN WHIPPED !
The undersigned take this meth
od of notifying all tbat are id debt to Chem,
either by note or aooouot, they must actually
eome forward and make settlement, Tbey take
all klndiof PROpUCE In dlioonnt.
CATE A NEIL.
. Fountain Hill, Jan 21, 1862 tf 696
. Freeh Clover Seed.
For sale a lot of freib Clover Seed by
Feb. 28, 1862. , . ALEX. CLEAGE.
Circuit Court, Monroe County, Tenn.
H. 0. Cooke, )'
John Emmerson. j
IN THIS CA6E IT APPEARS THAT THE
defondant li a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee, it is therefore ordered tbat publication be
made for four successive weeks in tbe Atheni Pott,
published in Athens, Tennessee, notifying the
said John Emmerson to appear at the next term
of thii Court, at tbe Court-bouse in Madisonville,
on the teeond Monday of May next, and on Mon
day of said term, and defend lbs attachment ra
thit oase, or judgment uro eonfeiio will be enter
ed against bim. J, E. HOUSTON, Clerk.
Jan 24. 1862 It prt fee S3 606
THOSE DUE ME, EITHER BY NOTE OR
account, will please call and pay tbe same,
lmmedlarely, while you hnvo the money that will
put. GEO. W. ROSS.
Jan 8, 1862
CASTINGS AND HOLLOW WARE OF ALL
kinds, Just received and for tale by
Oot. 19, G.W.ROSS.
One Thousand Gallons Star Mountain
17IOR SALE BY 8. 8. BARRETT.
? Charleston, Jan 17, 1862 tf 60S ,
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE E8
tat of Henry Matlock, deceased, will make
Immediate payment to tbe undersigned, jad all
having claims against said estate will present
them duly attested within the time prescribed by
law. ' J. W. MATLOCK, ExKutor.
A FEW BUSHELS CLOVER SEED JUST
J received and for salo. Call
April 11 1883
soon if yea