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AthrtiM. TIiiii'miIu.v, Be. ?, 171.
S '!: 1 ollM'.
All persons Indebted to the ofllccnf the Post
forSubscrlptloits, Job Work, or AilvertMnjr,
nrc requested to rail and settle at once, ov re
mlt their respective il lips tli rouirli dip malls.
Dec. 7, 1S71. s.M. P. 1VIXS.
3liioni- l lei-.
Tim members of lihca Sirinif Chapter Xo.
R1, Royal Aivh Masons, arc hereby nntiflcd to
uttcml the stated Convocation at Masonic Hall,
oil Krlday, thciM December. 1X71. llllsinc-s
of Importance election of officers.
2t. WM. '. 1'KAK. II. r.
Circuit Court for McMinn will moot at
Atlu-ns on Monday in t.thc 1 itli. Tin-ami' u nt
cf business to lie ilispo-i'il of i lint unusually
larite and w ill hardly occupy more llian our
We shall, of course, expect a pretty large
crowd nt tlio ivi lit ' ii'-r oitico.
A merit';: ti liCrSIi-N.
America is Justly proud of her beautiful
Indies, lmt liow many mar their hcauty, and
lose their health unci youth, become prema.
turely old In appearance, by neglecting to
take proper eare of their troth. There can be
no excuse for this, im PozonnNT, pronoiineecl
by nil worthy n place between the sweetest
lips, can now be hud in nil civilized countries.
We understand that a number of hops have
been sold on the South side of the county at
iwiyi cents gross for shipment to Atlanta.
A pood many farmers, however, decline to sell
at the ollerlnir ttjrttrcs. and are killing and salt
inp at home. From present Indications, with
the heavy uoircrep in the west, our impression
is that, bacon will rule low throughout the
'fl;n jncf:i i-.w -! n'.
There will be a Temperance meeting at the
51. K. Cliurcli. Hnitli this evening at 7 o'clock.
An address will be delivered by M.J. Cofor,
Editor of the 'J'l'Mjieriinre llembl. A cor
dial invitation is extended to (lie citizens, and
especially arc the youii'.' men requested to at
tend. Uciiiouiber, to-ui Jit Wednesday.
As we stall i!
S. 1'. Hale lias
Musli r for '!
lasl w ei I; wriild be the rase.
In en reappointed fieri; and
: e county. He :i pea rod be -
ford li-.iK c !l r Key. at t!
llllinio. f.-avo lbe n qiiisilc
is place. I'll the "i ll:
bond, ami wrs svvoru
in. Si' tlie M'. iin e Iimhi i v in:lr '.din is mm!.
ed. W e Irani lii:.t. unless the time for lioid
inc the ( ouit fixed by the act iv.i'-tahii-hin;.'
it should be changed, for which purpose a
bill is now pi tiding in tlie Legislature, the
Chancellor w ill order a special term, of which
due notice w ill be civen. ,
Tin- B'l-cifi.l! S on E2:.? s.
A eompbiinl reaches u In -m Allaula about
the price i f In iuht on In gs. V.'e have not had
nil oppoitiiniiy to apply to headquarter for
inforiiiation 1 n l!ie siil jeet. but our impression
Is that there has bieu a li!" ral rediielion 011
the East Tennessee Head in Hie trcnispiTtnlioii
of live slock within the h'sf two or throe
mcntl's. Whether (hi re has bei ii a correspond
ing reduction in the Western and Atlantic
lioad, 1 r w hellu r that line is charging as much
now, as two years ago w hi n hog commanded
HJa gross in Hie Athuila market, we are not
prepared to say. lVrheps our frii nd in that
city can inhise us. Prohibi lory tariffs- belong
to the pasi, nml we must all. coii.inoii carriers
us well as huli idur.ls. get closer to the honest
rule of "liic ami h i liv c."
It conillirlieed -lew ing rouiul Ibis way last
Wi-diii nicy niv.hl. and ci nlinued pretty sfead
il t li : ii'.'l-ou! the I'.. '.lowing ilav. The ihptli
l, r . ',
v Mo v.,
is al,. lit ."
1 1: r wa-
inches. Kriiiay and
cold ei'i ii-!i aliiiost
b k til.' Detroit
in -para':rah about
..lions are fa i.rable
hard w inter" will
I'l.al (lie 1 I
t'c v.. I ':;
doubt that the
eomini. winlir ! to hi-aw fid eld. I'he jim
plo'ls all say so; and (ho man is insane who
dispute. Ihe prophet-. They have found the
moss growing thick on the trees, fines stand
ing on I heir heads, sunflowers pointing toward
the North Pole, grapevines running around
poles, iiisicad of up tin-in. and there are thou
sands of signs to show thai every human being
will be frozen still" as a chip before February."
Cane Creek Academy still expands. A num
ber of person have recently bought building
lots, and new houses are springing up around.
That tlio community has had a den so popula
tion, may be seen in the fact that, in twenty,
three months, there registered three hundred
and two students, thrce-fourlhs of w hom were
lionie patronage. Pea body Lodge No. -nil, I'.
& A. 91., has established a Library in connec
tion with the Academy. Mr. Josephs. Knox
lias just moved into tlio new commodious
boarding house. He boards and lodges at $2 a
week, anil. If desired, takes ids pay In Hour,
pork, beef, and other produce, at the market
irleo. Those w ho arc acquainted wi!h his ex
cellent lady need not be told that her boarders
" will get their money back." A tine Sunday
School operates there, and under its auspices
is growing a "Vine" for the holidays, to be la
den with Christina and New Year gifts. Yin
tagc. Dec. Mil Saturday at night.
NlIHi to titit B-Vim'o.
An exchange, says; '-For iiftecn years daily,
nt Stainfurd. Connecticut, a man lias set on a
fence and watched every railroad train as it
passed." To which fact another exchange
savs: lli'ii probahlv trying In make lipids
mind if it would In- safe to ride in the cars.
Old fellow, you slid; to the fence! If Hie top
rail I sharp turn it over or put a cushion i n it.
Fit up a smoking apartment to the next pan
ncl if you like, and rig a luxurious couch on
the next one to that, living out your baggage,
take a cheek for it, and hang it on a post.
liny a ticket and punch It yuurseir. Ask your.
elf the distance to Hie next station, and get
insulted. Secure, as your means w ill permit
it, all the luxuries of railroad travel, but don't
get off that fence to enjoy them. So shall you
dlo a natural death, ami the good w ife shall
not expend the farm lighting the lifeinsuraiicc
companies over your cold corpse. You'iv in
the right 0' this thing, old rooster: stick to the
C'HANCKItV Count" adjourned last Saturday
morning, having consumed tli.i entire week,
Chancellor Kuv left Saturday for home. His
next Court Is at lieiitou, commencing 011
Monday tlie IS1I1.
Died, In Koiuio county, on the 2iith of No
vember, Mrs. K1.IZAHKTH HC(iiiT'i wulow of
II. Liggett, deceased, ut tlio advanced ago of
Emriiit A i HHNst Post: Vmir Issue of Hie
.'tilth lilt, contains an article cnlillcd Panaceas,
etc., published over the signature of Dr. W.
W. Alexander, of your city, In which that
gentleman professes to answer certain inter
rogatories propounded to liim through the col.
unins of your paper of tlie week previous, in
regard to the merits of Thompson's liheu
inatie Elixir, Denh.truent and Altcrnllve,''
On first pertlsilrr the arllclo In question, wo
were at n loss to know whether that gentleman
Intended It as a rebuke In some of his proles,
slonid brethren who, recognizing the superior
merits of the rreparation, refused to unite
Willi li f til in entering against it what, he is
plcaed to term an 'Indignant Prnle-t," or,
lilow himtclf iiitn j'lillii: iinlire, and secure
111'! wonder and admiration of the less Inform
i d po'Mcn of the community, whom lie ex
pcetc I o rmazc with the g"eal, display of Ids
profound I 'andiv.' an. I medical i;eir.v ledge, by
the u.-r of pompous, lniiiibaslic l:inu'uau'e, and
in ila 'oil expressions which sound to men of
sense and experience more like Hie over-grow n
efforts of the merest tyros in writing their
thesis fni graduation, than a candid, earnest,
tliiiiiilied di-ciis-igii of the, subject presented
Without attempting to show that the coin,
pound is, in any way, iiivniii,ilil,b or tli.il
any ol the tmrreilu nts composing II. nave nc-l
any of their medicinal virtues in the coii'pc!
lio'n, or thai any if them are converted into
agents of n ilill'i ''oi.t. nature as is ficquenMy
the ease by chemical action in the formation
of compounds he contents himself with I lie
Imre urrrtii that "the eoiipouml is unscien
tific and empirical,'' without explaining te
the public, in the exubera'icu of his med'i'id
knowledge, what lie would have them under,
stand by the use of those .erms. He admits
that, tlie iiiirtnliruta of which 'Thompson's
Hheunialle Elixir"' is composed are, by their
properties, peculiarly adapted to the treat
ment of the diseases" for which the Elixir is
recommended, but protests against i', because
It will not. cme hypothetical cases of his own
creation, for the cure of which nobody but an
Idiot would evei'tldnk of Using or recommend
ing ll. His as-"i'tion as to tlio claims which
we make for (he Elixir us un KinMeiiwjntine
are rhtirnhntxlii ilishoiicul. The statements
made bv us in our published circul ir are, "all
female irregularities resulting from Ithi'iniiiii
ir lyl'retiiihs nf lie nrijium nf ni nxlruitlhm, or
from an iuifiirrrinlicii iniiililtnii m llic llmnh
or from a ifrhililrtlri! fniiilitinn nf the mjnloiii
th in rttllir," -all ol her cases appearing in the
communication of Dr. Alexander are dislion-e.-t
It is a well known fact, and one which is ad
mitted by the highest .medical talent in the
land, that there are eases of sub-acute or
chronic rheumatism, and of female diseases
for the cure of which the Elixir is peculiarly
adapted, am1 in which it has been used Willi
the most gralit'yir.:.' success that bailie and re-si-1
all the reinciiic.nr.d appliances of the phy
sician in 1 lie regular course ol practice. 'I'h'is
is also i rue of mercurial end of her diseases;
'and it is b the cure i i' these extreme cases
'that the siipoiiir ineriis of a preparation
j arc establish! d. We have ill our possession
j n i liocales of por-osis of uuiuipcuchahlc ver
; aei'.y and of the l.i'diesf r.'speclability. who
' have been rrnil by Thompson's liheiimatie
i Llixir. Deobsirui ill and Alterative."' when
tin' lu st na ilieal laienis o!' this Slalo were uu
j able li) aio rd relii f by the ii::iilar c-tiise of
j ticatmeiit. We have l!ie testimony of one of
I Dr. W. W. Alexander's own pa'.ieiits. whom
! he failed In n lieve. and W ho II s( i til.- prepal a-
lion under his (Dr. A'.cxamlcr .) own rool.
Willi llieinosl uialilyitig succcs: and we are!
credibly informed that ho cannot, be ;im;'(( iTi5i! of
nf l'C Uti t. These certificates will lie pub- i I'.ii-liels.
lished at (he i n per turn
His article alio' e referred to Is specially di
rcelid again-! those whom he is pleased lo
stylo Nostrum Maki r and Verniers of Pa
tent .Medicines, Panaceas, ( lire. Ails." & .:. Ac.
ami who, be as-eit.,area more "unprincipled
si 1 of nierei nary traders than the cunning
knaves who disgrace ol hi r vocal i"iis."
1!"W tliis may be, it is not our present pur
pose tu enquire. ! II I'll'llv I'll" s il i s doll hi less
true. We 11 lor to lids pi'.rt of bis cor 11:111 11 ica
lioii simply a- a rich specimen of (ho beautiful
consistency of that inllalcil K ctilapius who,
we are inf.' lined, i ' (lie proprietor of a modern
Drug Store ami a retail vernier of tlie very ar
ticles which he so vehemently condemns.
in conclusion pi rtait us to refer In the ex
travagant fancies and jierleii: 11. 11s nf tills ad
dled magnate of Hie medical profession. He
assumes lo be tlie ti'outh-piece and defender of
llic medical proles. ion of ibis Slate, who. he
says, have maintained .1 "dignilicd silence" in
rei;aid to Patent Medicines ii) general and lo
"I hoi p: oil's Hhcuinatic Llixir, Deobslriiciit
and AUerativci" in particular. He assumes
to he the especial friend of the al'iictcd thou
sands whose innocent crcdulily. or the zeal
of whose misguided friends, lias made them
the victims of Patent Medicines, Panaceas,
ile claims to bo a scientific physician, a line
chemist and a profound scholar, whose Imre
m-ncili'iit about inatlet's ol a therapeutic char
aelcr slioulil carrv coin iciioii w
I lifin w iih- i
out being aeceioj aiii' d wiih the nonim for
his coiiehisii'iis: but he wiil doubtless lind
I lia I hi, man ci cdiility doe.- not go lo that romau
in regard to ids scholarly attainments, ive
have some private opinions of our own; not
that we arc personally acquainted with him,
lor we are not. We judge Juni solely 011 Hie
merit of his literary productions. In Ids last
communication t here are several line specimens
of scholarship and grammatical accurai y, one
of winch w c reproduce lo illustrate
Hut for a phy -ician to personally solicit
patronage, or indirectly do Hie same thing
through others, is to degrade himself and
bring reproach upon the profession he ids.
graces..'' -A man of gentlemanly instincts
w ould prefer lo carry mortar in a iiod or any
other Inmost labor for a livlihood." We slioulil
like to know what particular kind of honest
labor the ycnllcinan w oulj prefer to carrv in
We arc, very respectfully, your obedient
serv'ts. liux. D. TiioMi'su.N' .t Co.
Pread is Hie stall' of human life, and adver
tising the slaff ol business.
The Sue Canal is not gradually tilling up
as freiiucntly reported.
The Seiiuatchie Sun say w ork on tlio Col
lege at Pikeville has been suspended for want
The Spraguo Iirothers, of P.hotle Island,
William and Aiuasa, own fourteen mills, run
Debits thinks that instead of giving credit
to whom credit is due, tlio cash had hotter be
Tlie earnings of the Central Pacille Railroad
for S7t, will amount to iii.dud.owi, and their
expenses are estimated al s.iiiio.ihk).
Si nalor lirowiihiw h it linoxville for Wash
ington last week. His health is represented
as better than a year ago.
Judge Andrews has been appointed United
Stales District Attorney for Last Tennessee lu
place of V.. C, Camp, resigned.
It is staled in Hie Chronicle that .las. C. J.
William has received the appointment of At
torney (icneral for Knox county, under tlie
act recently passed creating such an oilice.
Tlie Atlanta Sun says Unit ex-iiovernor
Hulloeklsnt liulfalo. New York, where lie
can escape across the line at a moment's no
tice. The Legislature w ill adjourn on the l.ltli in
stanl, being the slimiest regular session held
in Tennessee for a number of years. An ex
tra session w ill have In he called lo lay oil the
State lulu Congressional Districts.
Martha Matthew, convicted for the murder
of her own child, will be hung In Winston,
Xorih Carolina, 011 the lllth day of January
Tint Courier-Journal say that, at tlio pres.
out prices of telegrams ami printing materials,
no cheap newspaper can publish all the news,
ami the cheap newspaper that tries such an
experiment will sooner or later lose its enthu
siasm, AlTI.H Tlifcl'.H of the bust varieties forsale
ebeap. Uuqulro of W. Ci. llomox & Vo
'JT'c Bl'n nf t5W ,TIJ;i r'l.
The following from the (.'niiricr-JnuriiiiU
shows what. Is doing In hogs around the Ohio
There are in tlie city eleven houses engaged
In packing nine l.irir'e I'lid I wo small ones.
Thf se eleven lion is have fitt tip since the 1st
of November, including thellufh. according to
Hie returns gnlliered, I.Vl,7Hi hogs, and have in
pen (1,'J'Ki additional. There are two houses In
S'ew Albanv and one in .lelb rsi.nville. from
which the returns lire not exact, but believed
to be nearly so; the packing at these houses is
estimated at III..M111. with I ."ski in pen; total kill,
lug around the falls t.l-2 head, with 7.7nn in
pen. Seventy ear loads oril,."nlu are to arrive
to-night on Hie short-lino railroad, and one ol
Hie houses lias a shipment of 2."''D on the way
from Indiana, Tlie tolal recipts in the city
proper, during the month of . Uivombor, up to
I'.! o'clock to-day. fool up fully J'u.m'ii head;
of these b"ii,;i:;::'have ..one Inlo'p- ckei's' hands,
and the remainder to the butchers.
Parkers arc paying to-day if I.JI m I. !0 for .good
it'sfs:iiit ki;;i .tcuiii'iii)'.
The Jlrst regular term of this IiisliluHon
willcloM'on the ll'li Instant. Exiuiilnnti on
of classes w ill begin on Wednesday previous,
and continue two days. Students' exhibition
on Thursday night. Tlio patrons and friends
arc cordially invited to be present at all the
exercises. J. L. Oakiun, A. 1?.,
'' 1 1 or! up.
Our friend, .Tn;'f (iiti uii, requests usto no
tify th public that lie has tilted up a Tailor
Shop, at Hri Old Stand, and is prepared to do
any and ail work ir. that Hue which may be
ojorcil. He guarantee-! satisfaction In both
cutting and making garineul s.
7.ni!se :?! I.ttl liirSnic.
A good, comfortable House and Lot, situat
ed In 11 pleasant part, of Athens, for sale on
fair terms. Enquire at the olliee of the Post.
fcced VEf.c.it! Wci-sl WtM-stf!!
T htive maile special arrniigeliieuls for ob
laining the bi-l Wheat of all kinds r.ir Seed.
Persons w ishing to buy w ill please call and
sec samples liny can liesuileij al reasonalile
prices. ' M. X.Mf-KINNKY.
Sept. 21, lsTl-lf-lPiq ISiceville, Tcnn.
Hits! 'I't-iiti. (CrIi Eiiiis-si2biiox-viilc.
Xow that Hie grand rush for School Hooks
lias somcw hal abated. 3'cssrs. Williams, Stur
ges & Co. oiler us new ut I factions in the way
of Pictures, chromes. Musical Instruments,
ifcc.. w ith a special emphasis on Wtill J'njirrn,
of which liny claim to Slave tie- largest, most
varied, and elegant stock or latest stvlcs ever
oiVered for sale ill Mast Tcrnessi-e, and nil al
the most reasonable prices. Send size and
height i f your rooms, wiih quality
No person ever got stung by hornets who got
away I p. in where I In y were. Mind thai, hoys,
when Marlir.g in a doubtful direction.
Hai i.ky & Co., Agellls Howe S.-willj
ViViirSi i"- nsl .lB'!!Ktts--s.
Corn in Far
1 Irled 1'e.lciies. .
Dried Apples. .
Pla-ti ring Hair
I'l: .'..-irked Lime
H round Peas. . .
Wliil" ISo-ins (")
Castor l'eans III
Clover Seed. (Ill
Timothy Seal l.'i
Flax Seed.. ...Ml
Hemp Seed . ) t
5E A fcti :.
on (he -J.'hl nil., by Kldor H. L. Jliller,
J. T. Fa'smi.:ihu to Miss Sai.i.ii: A. S.ny
all of McMinn county.
W. 51. ft 2 Y 1 15 K
izens of Alliens and vicinity that lie has
ccmmciuci! the praelicc ol Jleiii: .try. and
thinks hecan give sali.faitioii lo all w ho may
entrust him w ith work.
oi i ii k. up slairs in P. C. Y.'ilson's new
Hiiilding, first ili.ni', Win n desired, Ladie
will be wailed on at tin ir residence.
Athens, Jice. 171-11-210
npiIK INSOLVKNl Y OF THH HSTATL of
.1 Simeon ( i raves, dee'd. liav ing been suggest
ed to the Clerk of the County Court, of McMinn
County, Tennessee, all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby iiotiliedtn liic
the same properly authenticated within three
month from this date, orthev will he forever
barred. CHlilSTol'HKit HKAVlis, Adm'r.
Lee. 7. li7l-:)t-lirs fee ;:;,i,l).2'.U.
S ris.!-!. ,;l ,',
T'lli: Insolvency of the estate of Win.
X tii-cen having been suggested to tin; Clerk
of the County Court of McMinn county. Ten
nessee, all person having claims against said
estate are hereby untitled to tile the same pro
perly authenticated within three months from
this date, or they w ill lie forever barred.
'LYDIA (.IIICHN. Adm'rtrix.
Dee. 7, lK71-.'St-pr. fee 6:i.oo-2!0
''-'iVt;'';-'"'. V :
4..H t '
Principal Olliee 101 W. Piflh St., Cincinnati, 0
The only Hellahl ti'A'l lllnivllniilnii ill
L. I. SINK'S KICHTKKXTH
Grand Annual Distribution,
Tn he Druu-n Hn,ttlivi, Junmmi .l, 1 sTil.
IX VALUAW.K OIl'TS!
TWO GllAXI) CAPITAL PJUZF.S!
Vi.i'ii i" A.tu t:scf:'.t. tnn.ui
OltMtOO A.-i-:ilCf4M. KJI.Vfc-IfitJ
KIVH PKiES of ii,ikti) (
ti;n' im;izi:s of i:M c (
OneSpan of Matched Horses, with Family Car-
riaL'caud Ml vcr-Mouulcd Harness, w orihi.'iun
l'ive Horses and Huggies. with Silver-Mounted
llariiess. worlh s-iiiM each !
l'ive 1'iue-Toiied Hosewood Pianos, worth
'.!.") pamiiy Sew ing Machines, worth v,"i each !
J.'iiKl Hold and Silver l.evcr lluiiling W'ulclies
(in all.) worih from fX) to .itm each!
Ladles' Hold I.eiintliic and fients' Hold Vest
Chains Si d ill and I louble-Phited Silver Table
and Teaspoons, Photograph Albums, Jewelry,
Ac, &?.. .Vc.
Number of (ilfls 2'i.itOf)!
Tickets limited to 100,1100!
AHKN'TS AVAXTP-H to sell Tickets, to whom
Liberal Premiums w ill be paid.
Sixiii.K Tii'KKTs Six Tickets IO: Twelve
Tickcls 'Jlj Twenty-Pive 40.
Circulars containing a full list, of prizes, a de.
sci iptioii of Hie milliner of draw ing, ami other
information in reference to the Histribution,
will be scut, to any one ordering them. All
letters must be addressed to
oi'i'tCK, I,. I. (Ix Ml,
Pec. 7, Ih'l-ly-ato Cincinnati, O.
vro'i'K Eism:i!i:itY ci vln'tiiattiif.
1 I I tin of I-!. I. Ullixon Vn. lias
been dissolved bv Itilllual consent. All busi
ness pertaining to said Firm will he settled by
E. F.Oibson. E. P. OlllSON,
.1. V. U1HSU2I,
Athens. Nov. m, l7I-nt-20!)
MTOltlMtOOn rK BCK.VI'.
rpriE sritSCIMRFR DKSHiF, TO UK XT
L his store llootn on Hip north-west corner
of the public square, to some responsible per
sou. It Is one of the very best stands In
Athens. Apply Iniinediatelv
Athens, Nov. TO. lS7l-tf-
Wll WILL TA K i: HOOD LAP.r.E WELL
fatted Pork for next Thirty days, in ex
change for Hoods, ami fur Notes and Account
due us. at tlie market price. Parlies who do
not avail themselves of tbl opportunity to
pav.inav expect tn find their Holes and nc.
counts iii the hands of ollioors for collection,
as longer indulgence euannl tntrf vill nnt be
given. A. C. i.OHL.SON' .t CO.
Nov. :;o, iN7i-tf.2ii
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
O. W. WOOD
"N'FOItMS THK CITIZENS OF ATHENS
an I vicliiitv that he lias opened a Jioot and
Shoe shop, in P. C. Wilson's new Itrick Jluilil-
lii'.'. iieiir the South Corner of the Square, tint
room up sluii's. and respi el fully solicits work.
He will use .'lone but tlieljenl MsKcriiil.
and from Ids rstierienee at the business feels
coiilhlcnt 1 Ii it j an yHo sell Is.la'l !on
to all w ho favor . 'dm Willi their ctistoui. His
prices w ill not hi! '.'Xorliitaiit, but according to
the rule to live and Ut live. O. W. WOOD.
Athens. Tcnn., Nov. 2:1. IS71-3m-2iW
CHANGE OF BASE.
FTEU TIIF 1st DAY OK DKCF.MHKR
1 next, we will conduct our business strict
ly on the la,v 9(ivii plan; and as un ex
tra inducement we w ill keep larger and more
varied stocks i f Hoods than ever before. We
will also pay Hie highest price for all kinds of
Produce and Harler. We are determined to
sell our (ioods for CVfc'i lower than the lowest.
J. A. TI'ltl.KY CO.
Coghill, Tcnn., Nov. 2;;. ls71-tf.laii-2'lS
The People's Money Saved !
BEG TO INFO II II THEIR
Friends and Customers that they
are now in receipt of their
FALL & WINTEli
0 D S,
CONSISTING OF ALMOST
THE PEOPLE WANT!
which they ai'3 determined to sell for
GASS! AND PRODUCE,
at prices that will
All lliev ask ia an examination of
T If 13 I II S T O C K.
They wll:. guarantee prices as
1. v a t ca 1: x. o xv i: t.
Athens, 'Jet. 1!), ls71-tf-lS'
J I M. W I L L I A M
IS NOW EEUEIVI N O AND
opening out 0110 of the largest Stocks of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
ever brought to the South S-ido of the county
NTAPI.K & EWM.'Y IPSE!" COODS
of ail descriptions,
verv largo stock of Hoots and ?lines. full
stock Mens, Hoys, Ladies and Infants Hats
line lot Iteaclv MadeCl.O TlllX'i, good assort
incut of Hardware and Oiiecnswiire, full stock
Ui'ocerie, Itrugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Pyc
Stuffs, ivc &e.
In fact everything it takes to make a complete
Slock. I liey nave all lieen lioualit at l asli
prices, and will be sold as low as the
same Hoods can be bought for
CASH O II
(1 O O I) A P. T E H.
I would say to al'
my old eustoiners and the
to call nnd examine Hoods
and Prices before buying. Jo trouble to
show (ioods and prices.
Cantrell's X Heads. Oct. 20, 1S71-201
IO VKK VKST. NAVIiH.
T)AI!TU:S INOKIiTKH TO US HITHER
1 In nolo or account, will nlease take notice
that we must have money, and they will save
costs by payingnpduriiigthls month. Longer
time cannot oe given.
Sent. 14, lK71-tf A. C. KoniOSOX & CO.
ci. t. i!a sss:a.i., i. i.
01'"I''l"i;s HIS PIPlKKSSloXALSKItVICKS
to the citizens of .McMinn, ill the practice
of Me.lieliie, Mirgery, Ac.
Oi'i ici: ami resilience, 0110 milo cast of
Alliens, al the Mavileld place.
Oct. 10, IH7l-'tin-Mt
VY1U.OAP lt.IH!KL SALT I'olt SALK
III l-N'ov.-il, 71-'.l Tl'lliiKi S,
1AUPSS HOODS, all STYLHS and PUK ES.
7i:.ST PLXNSVLVAXI.V STONK W A I'K,
1 J at
p.VIl LOAl V1I1HIXIA SACK SALT JPST
KJ received ami for sale, at WILLIAMS'.
Cross Loads, Oct. 20, '71.
n tKKivr hoi xi:.
CiioH i: in:i:i'" stkaks axdhoasts,
J at the market house, Washington street,
one door cast of Post-Oltlce, every Tuesday
and l-'ridar mornings. JIM. CUOW.
Alhens.'May 4, lt-7I.2m.l7"
7-(tlKSOX ,t CO. HAVK OX HAND A
I L lartfu lot of cholco Vamily Flour, which
lliev are otli-rms at reasonable figures,
Athens, Ann. ii, lt7l-tf-l!lf
rpm: I.AIKiESTSTOCK KVKR BROUGHT
.L to Athens for sale at reduced prices.
Athens, Oct. I'Vi W. O. UORTON & CO.
COWAN, M'CLUNti & CO.
KNOXVILLE, TEN MESS EE,
HAVE NOW OPEN FOR IN
spection and ready for sale, the
largest, most complete and varied
To be found in any Establishment
i-YOElTCI OR KOI TIIt
The additional room
their new, spacious
Has enabled them to materially in
S T O C K,
and present to the trade, full and
complete lines of
i'oitKi(ji."- a.m o.m:s ri
BOOTS AN2 SHOES
To which they invito
throughout the Southern States.
Knoxvillc, Tonuotsce, Oct. 8, 1871-1
FALL AND WINTER
WE AOAIN HAVE THE rLKASfRK
of Informing the citizens of McMinn
county, that we Are nt
with our mipply of
VAt.t. A I Wl.ITCIt OOODfl,
consisting of everything usnnlly kelit fot tale,
and mork too which we propone felling t
V E It V L O W PKICES. TO
Cash or Produce Icalers Oiilr.
MONEY IS NOW WORTH FROM
to to art Per Vent
and If you buy on time yon matt
Pay This Difference,
or the merchant Is loser so we propose to
HAVE YOU FULLY S rEIt CENT.
by buying from us for ready pay.
Call and examine our Goods before buying.
and save money.
W . . liOKI-O.i A. CO.
Athens, Oct. 12, lS7l-lf-202
FOII CHEAP GOODS
F A R M E R'S STO'KE,
HAVING ADOPTED STP.ICTLT TOE
PAY DOWN SYSTEM,
We now offer you Goods at greatly
It E D U C 12 D PRICES.
We mean just what we pay, nnd ask you to
call and investigate lor yourselves.
Come and see us wo will sell you
Goods at lower prices than you
can buy anywhere from a
House doing a
c it 1: 1 'a' 11 ii s 1 N 11 s K.
Can and will save yon from 10 to 2" per cent.
011 Heavy tiootiso.i 10 00 per ceui. on
.Notions, etc., tto.
P R O I D C G
of every description bought at highest market
prices. Give us a trial.
XI. X. JlcKm'KT . CO.
X. B Children can buy as cheap as old folks.
ISiceville, Tenu., Sept. 2S,lS71-tf-2'J0
William Williams. J. C. Stuhgeb.
Wm, JC. Williams.
EAST TENNESSEE B30K HOUSE,
WILLIAMS, STURGES &, CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Booksolieis and Stationers.
CONSTANTLY ON IIASD
A SpIoitCJtl AssjortuMMit of Slriuifs)
A Large Stock of Sheet Music and
WALL PAPERS, SHADES,
PICTURES AND FRAMES,
COl'STV C'OIKT RKCOHUS.
and a general assortment of
BLANK BOOK S.
We especially invite the attention of Mer
chants to our
Klioxville. A lilt. 3, 1 S7 1-1 y-lt2
II. M. M'KELDIN.
W. 0. M'KELDIN & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
Boots and Shoes,
ROUGE & Finished LEATHER,
a T 11 1: . , rr 11 - . 1? .
-ITfOrLP CALL THE SPECIAL ATTEN.
lion of Merchants, mid the public gen
erally, to their slock of
II O 31 1! MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Calf Skins, Kips,
Upper ami Kolcliealhcr,
I'.ll.l. A 7 WIiTSX WKAR,
which they oiler at low figures for Cash, or
will exchange for all (,'ood llet-f HIDES that
m:iy lie offered thorn. In the dry or grceu state,
CHESTNUT OAK & BLACK OAK HARK,
Corn, Out, Wheat, niicon. Lard,
and Tallow, at their market rates,
Athens, Tcnn.. Aii'. 81. lH71-tf-157
VLL Persons Indebted to inn by noto or ac
count will please come and settle) ho same,
as further indulgence, cannot, be sriven.
CantrelU X Roads, Oct. 'Jil, is71.jf.31i4