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TUX BABE-A SWEET FLOWER. On lorely morn, In early Spring, Within study bower, I there eiplsd ft tiny thing, X tweot and blu.hlng flower! With queenlT grrce nd brilliant hue, It grew nd bloomed alone; It leave were tlpt with sparkling dew, And like a dlmond ihone. With rapture I beheld that flower, So fresh, 10 fair, so lone: Again t sought that fairy bower My lovely flower was gouel Too pure for earth It had become, That sweet and lovely flower; An angel came and bore It home, It bloomt In Eden's bowerl In Eden's fair and rosy bower, Where flowers Immortal bloom, Bright angels gaze on my sweet flower, And breathe lti rich perfume I I'll iteer my barque to Eden's" bower, The home of all the blest j Forcvct there my lovely flower Will on my bosom rest! Callic Lyons. Coghlll, Tenn., March 12th, lata. SPRING TRADE, 18G9 McCLUNG, GILLESPIE & CO., Knoxville, Tennessee, Beg leave to call the attention Of Merchants to their extensive Stock of SPRING GOODS. FOR THE Jobbing Trade, Which is now complete in all its departments, and embraces very many varieties of Goods that they have not heretofore kept. They are prepared to offer to the Trade a complete and entirely new Stock of DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Notions, HoseryJEtc., of which they respectfully solicit a careful examination before pur chasing elsewhere. HAVING A Resident PAKTSEB IX ALE W YORK, of many years experience with the Trade of this section, they have the superior advantage of being ena bled to watch the market, avail themselves of the fluctuations con stantly occurring in prices, and thus, m the Trade demands, receiv ing all the HEW STYLES OF GOODS. They are determined to make it to the interest of RETAIL DEALERS, to trade with them, and to this end offer their entire Stock at as low prices as Goods of like value can be purchased of any Jobbing House, North or Soatla. March 5, 1809-tf-66 J. F. CAMPBELL J. M. HENDERSON. HENDERSON & CAMPBELL, PRODUCE, GENERAL COMMISSION AND Family Grocery Merchants, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. DIALERS IN Bacon, Lard, Flour, Mqueni Had Country PRODUCE Generally.. AUo, Agent for all kinds of Farming .Ma chine unJ Implements Harden and Field Seeds, LAND PLASTER, c, ic. Athens, March 5. ISoil-tf-Hti W.M.S1HORN. W.B.M'KELDIN. J A.M'KBLDIN. ATHENS TANNERY. SEHORN, M'KELDIN & CO., MANUFACTURERS, AND DIALERS IN BOIIG1I A FINISHED LEATHER. 3T Cash or Leather, paid for Hides, Chest nut and Black-oak Bark. Nov. 27. IwbMf-iW LUMBER! LUIUEII! WALKER & McKINNEY, RICEVILLE, TENNESSEE, HAVE A LOT OK NO. X FLOORING AND Weathnrboarding on hand and for sale. Also, several thousand good iiine and poplar shingles. March 19, li9-tf-68 LAID PLASTEH. - TONS OF LAND PL ASTEE, GROUND 1U and In Sticks inst received and for sale by HENDERSON ft CAMPBELL. March 10, lSttd-tf-ttS WAITED. KAA BUSHELS OP WHITE CORN, IN )tJ the ear 500 bushels good Wheat 5000 pounds of Barnn, bv HENDERSON CAMPBELL. March 10, ItWtf-tf-Ca , OEOURITY AGAINST LOSS BY FlRE p br Insuring la the Hartford Insurance gomptmr W.O. HORTOJT lit. SPRING, 1869. COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO., OAT STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN., Are now prepared to supply the Trade, from an unusually Large and Attractive assortment of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, COMPLETE la ! FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS: DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, CUTLERY. QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES. PBI.VrS. !S0 canes fancy and staple styles, iu store and for utile by CUWAS, M'CLOG & CO. SHEETI'CiS and SHIBTIIC'S. 200 hales 4-4 and 7-S Standard makes, in store and to arrive. COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO. TI('WIII "CI oiieoa oml.rnxlnr. nil grades, in store and lor sale lv niw A V ti'i'T I've, l --. ' r it . . p u 1 VI ' J t CANNIMERN and JEAa.4n eases. for sale by COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. BLEACH EB COTTOS.-A coin pleteassrotmentof the various popular makes. COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO. IGHASIS. 20 cases fancy and solid checks. COWAN, M' CLUNG CO. BELAID EN and AIOIIJBES. 19 cases in store ami for sale. COWAN. M'CLUNG A CO. SKIBTS. 10 eases Balmoral and Boule vard. COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO. WHITE MOOBS. Full lines in store. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. FLA ELM. Red. white and yellow, in light and medium weight. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. STAPLE SMALL WABES and Fancy Goods. Complete assortments. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. BOOTS and SHOES. 2.000 eases Men's, Boys', Womens', Misses' and Children's wear. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. FEB and WOOL HATS.-400 cases all grades and stvles. in store and for sale. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. CHOCK Ell Y. CHI A and OLA MS. WABE. 300 package in store and for sale. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. COFFEE. 1.000 bags prime Rio, in store and for sale. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. II)IC10. 30 Ceroons prime Caraccas. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. MABBEB. ft casks prime Dutch. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. SEPEB.CABBOATE ofSOBA. 300 casks In store. COWAN, M'CLUNG A CO. CUTLERY. 500 packages table and 3,000 dozen pocket, of direct importation, in store and for sale. COWAN. M'CLUNG A CO. AILS. 1,000 Kegs Old Dominion, in store ana to arrive. COWAN, M'CLTTNG A CO. Feb. SO, lSeO-tfB NEW GOODS AT COGHILL. TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE IN STORE X and to arrive every stylo and variety of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, Usually found lh an East Tennessee Store, consisting of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, lints, Shoe, Ulovew, Hone, Etc.. CHILDREN AND MISSES WEAR, All Styles, M E N S' AND B O Y S' W E A II. Their rulo Is to sell for CiinIi or Hurler, at Railroad price except Salt, and for that they only add 25 cents per Sack, for hauling. 8o, come along and patronize a Home Institu tion, by which you will build up a market in your midst, thereby Insuring your own success. They keep full lines of PLOW AND WAGON MATERIAL, always on band at Athens prices. J. A. TURLEY & BRO. Coghlll, Tcnn., Feb. 26, lS0l)..tf-.u!i CLEVELAND CARRIAGE, BUGGY & PLOW FACTORY nr CROSS & REYNOLDS, MANUFACTURE CONCORD, COAL Box, Trotting. Tcp and No Top Buggies, Sulkies, Hacks, Barouches, Express Wagons, Break Wagons, One nnd Two Horse Planta tion Wagons, of all styles. OLD CARRIAGES Be modeled nnd B e p a I r e d and all work warranted and finished in best style. They are making eight stvles of Turn i... vl..... ..r i -vf t tri.n .lift X .,'. 3, ..1 CUtl I. III! ...ll-ltU. J III: lll(TIII-l .Metal riows are ol meinour t'uraiilc cnarae. ter, and arc warranted to do good work in any irround. Keep constantly on hand Hubs, Spokes, Riins, Shafts, Poles. Axles. Springs, Carriage Knits and rrimimnsr. I nimble Skeins, iron and Steel Tires of all sizes. J. M. HenrterMon, and A. II. Crow, Athens, are our authorized Agents. Jan. 8, iNUlMlm-iiU FEMALE SCHOOL. A T II E S, T E E M S E E. rpiIESPRINGSESSIONOFTIIISSCIIOOL. L in charifc of Mrst. M. W. Snllii.M. will begin on Monday the 1st day of February, ana continue twenty wccks. T E B M S t Primary Department $10 00 I'reparatory Department 12 00 Academic! Department lrom 10 00 to IS on Contingent Fee 1 50 Half l'ayable in Advance, the balance at the Miauie oj aession. EXTRA S : Music 20 00 Ijsc or instrument for instruction 1 . French 5 00 Drawing 2 00 Pupils from a distance boarded in the fami ly on reasonable terms. or lurtiicr uilormation address Rev. T. SULLINS. Jan. 22, 18fi0-tcs-fi0 Athens, Tenn. Miss Bridges School. A T II E S , T E E S S E E . "piIE NEXT SESSION WILL COMMENCE 1 on Monday, the Itli ol'.Iauiiry. Miss u. teaeucs ail me I'.iignsn iiraneiies. Anrs. Bell has charge of the other Departments. Prices) of Tallleii Preparatory Class .' 10 00 Advanced 12 50 Music, on Piano and Guitar 20 00 Contingent Fee 1 00 Latin and French will be taught whendesired. No deduction made fur lout time, except in cases oj priiirticiea sickness. Good boarding can bo had in the family of the teacher, where the pupils will receive all the attention and care necessary to their com- lorianu wen comtiiev. Dec. 25, lSU(Mf-5(l KNOXVILLE STOVE WARE HOUSE, 0. 3 1, GAY STKEET, (L. C.IIoss' Old ttand.) HEAT & C L A P P , Are now receiving a fu'l assortment of Cooking Stoves, BOTH FOU WOOD AND COAT., Which we propose to sell Clioup and war- rant satisiaction. Also a large and com plete line of House Furnishing Goods, CONSISTIXG OP WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, Japancd, Stamped and Planished TIN WARE, BRITANIA TEA SETTS, c. WE ARE AT.SO MANUFACTURERS OF TI AU SHEET IBOtt, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, and are prepared to do jobs ol d ETTEBIS, BMFL, Ac., Either in City or Country, at short notice and on Reasonable Terms. Our experience In Tin and Roofing, warrants us in saying that we CAN and WILL give entire satisfaction to all our friends who may favor us with their work. March 12, lso!l-ly-G7 HOUSE PAINTING. WILSON & ROBERTS, Puintern, I'iipcrIlangcrs AND L A X I E B S, RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CITI zens of Athens and the udjoininr country. that they are prepared to do any kind of work included in their line, In u good'and satisfacto ry manner, and at reasonable prices. All or ders will receive prompt attention. u. 11. W II.MJ.M. E. S. ROBERTS. Athens, March 20, 1809-tf-(i9 W. W. CHAPMAN. J. W. RUCKKR. WM. LOWE. JAMES LAUDERDALE, WITH CHAPMAN, RUCKER & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WHITEHALL STHEET, Atlanta, Georgia. ICT Consignments and Orders Respectfully Solicited, nnd Prompt Returns Made. Jan. 15, 1809-ly-50 no.vr FOBOET! THAT ROBESON A CO. HAVE MORE nice Dress Goods than any bouse In town. April X, 18UH-U-TU Blanks Printed to Order at the Office of .the Post. OFFICE OF THE NASHVILLE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, lO MAXWELL HOt'SE. Nashville, Texn.. March 20th, 1800, To the Citizens of McMinn County, Tenn.: TK WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTEN- 1 V tlor. to a subject In which we are all par tleularlv Interested nt the nrpsent tlmp. vlxi I. lie Innurnuer. It Is a necessity of our American Civilization, and of tho times in which wo live, since slavery has been abolish ed. There is but one producer usually in the family, and the others only enjoy. When the I'rwducer ll, nn must leave Money ucuinu mm, or me iaiuiiy suuers. THE ASIMTLLE Life Insurance Company was originated by the business men of Nash, vllle to meet this want, and retain the monev paid for insurance in tho South. Cnitlliil ft0M00. We oiler you seenrlly and a good Invest, ment. Our Agent near you Is Mr. .Ina. M. ii ixin. mid p usK you to call upon him and take a I'oll.'.v. Very rcpeetf!illv, JNO. M. IIASS, President. L. S. Sims, Gcn'l Agent, East Tennessee. STOCKHOLDERS OF THE Nashville Life Insurance Company. T. A. Atchison. M. D. f. A. R. Thompson, of Thompson Ss Co. Wm. H. Evans, of Evans, File ,fc Co. .1. ('. MeCrorv, Cashier First National Bank. .1. W. Allen. Pros' t Tenn. Fire Mar'n In. Co. Jim. M. Bass, President of the Company. .1. W. lloj'te, Secretary of tho Company. D. F. ("al ter. Esq. A. (. Saul'ord. President First National Bank. A. '.. Carter. Merchant. S. I,. Pemoville, of Demovllle ,fc Co. Henry L. Jones, Assistant Postmaster. .f. George Harris. Paymaster U. S. Nuvy. .las. B. Craighead, Esq. Jas. (. Oifden. President People's Bank, Jim. M. Hill. Esq. C. T. Wins. Cashier People's Bank. J. W. Maddln. M. D. It. H. Gardner, of Gardner. Buekner & Co, A. Hamilton, Esq., Cotton Factor. A. G. Adams, of A. (i. Adams & Co. B. F. Sands. Commodore V. S. Navv. R. O. Throne, of A. G. Adams A ('6. Thomas Gibson, of A. G. Adams & Co. (ieo. Seariirht. Merchant. M. Coekrill. Merchant. John Overton, Esq. Daniel Ilillman. of Hillmnn Bro'hers. Thos. I). Kite, of Evans. Kite & Co. French Bros, of French Bros. Sam. Golladiiy. Merc hant. (4. P. Tlii'tistou. Attorney at Law, W. II. Morgan. M. I. .1. W. Wilson, of J. W. Wilson & Co. Tims. Clnnlwcll. INq. Win. Stoekell. Builder. .las. II. Kendrlek. Seeretary Gas Light Co. .a. ii. i. ing. r.wiug . t o. Henry Ewing, Ewing & Co. Iliii;li McCivii. Cotton Factor. W. H. Smith. Esq. James Woodman. Esq. Thompson Anderson, t reneii Anderson & Co. CIRC i; I. A II . Nashville. Tunv.. Marc h titli. 1st!!). The undersigned. Haulie rs, nnd citizens nf Nashville, stale, for Hie information of our friends and the puldlc generallv. that we are acquainted with the Ollleers. Direc-tors and stockholders, ol the NASHVILLE LI F K IX Sl'RANCE COMPANY. and nersonallv know them to be men of integrity, and high 'stand ing in mis comuiiiiiiiv. I hey have ample means to insure success. and their character as business men all'ords a sufficient guarantee that the finances of the Company will be managed with honcstv, ability and prudence. James Whitwnrth, Prest Fourth Nat'nl Bank. Jno. Portcrlield. Cashier Fourth Ni.fnl Bank. Jas. McLaughlin. Prest Second Nat'nl Bank. W. It. Dortcll. Cishler Second Nat'nl Bank. W. W. Berry, Prest Third National Bank. Edgar Jones. Cashier Third National Bank. A. . I. Duncan, President Bank of the Union. .1. :. vt anier. Caaliler Hank ol the L nion. W. C. MeXairy. l'resl Nashville Com. Ins. Co. Ed. V. Ilicks, Sce'y Nashville C'om. Ins. Co. James Woods. Jno. I.iiinsdc n. Prest State In. Co. ofXasb'v'll. Jo. Nash. Sce'y Stale In. Co. of Nashville. Koht. l.llsK. I'resiclent Traders Bank. T. B. Sample, Cashier Traders Bank. N. nonson. rresiclent Hank or Nashville. Frank P. Cahill. Cashier Bank of Nashville. lulitis ax. Prest Nashville &ivitiLirt!uiik. Sam. I). Morgan. Inn. H. Williams. Edwin H. Ewing. JTiT Persons Insured In thn Nashville T.ife Insurance Company at Athens, Tennessee: Wm. M. Bradford. Esq., Dr. W. W. Alexan der, Dr. Jno. ( Atlee. April ii. lsij!i-:!in-7i It E M I N G T O N S' Fire Arms. Sold by the Tkadk Gekerallt. A Liberal Discount to Dealers. 200.U00 Furnished the If. S. Government. Armv. Navy. Belt, Police and Pocket Re. volvers: Repeating nnd Vest Pocket Pistols ami liil'LK Casks, using Metalic Cartridge. ttrccch-lnading and Hevolving Hiflics. e. ki;mito. .v sos. April l, 15lti!l-tim-7 11 1 1 Ion, X. V. FOB THE LAUIES! MRS. F. M. ALBRIGHT RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO THE Ladles ( Athens, and the surrounding country, that she has opened a Shop next door to the store of W. G. Horton & Co.. where she is prepared to do I ashionahle HautNa or Dress .Making, AND MILLIXEKY WORK, of every description, upon short notice and reasonable terms. Athens. Tcnn., April 2. lwa-tr-70. 91. II. STEPHENS, Commission Merchant LOYLESS BLOCK, AMERICUS, GEORGIA, TKALEIt IX Corn, I-nrl. Flour, Bacon, nay, DAI S, IUIIAI A.U, mid other PLAft TATION SUPPLIES. Libercl Advances Made on Consignments. OKUK.ltS 'OIt PUUCHAijES OF COTTON SOLICITED, And Proniplly Executed. April, imiMf-70 BEY THE BUCKEYE. TTTE ARE AGENTS FOR THE BUCKEYE VV Mower and Reaper the best machine in the United States every machine is war. ranted to give satisfaction. Now is tho time to give us your orders. Let every man who expects to buy a machine this year, call on us at once, and examine our bills, prices and terms, hk. iititst); cajumj.&LiL Athens, March 2(1. ltSUO-tf-09 uoon WHISKEYS, TXfc MEDICAL AND OTHER TURPO 1. ses Old Corn. Bourbon nnd Robertson County Whiskeys, Ginger Wine, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters for salo by the quart for CBbU or any and alt Kincisor country frounce, n r.. pr.usua s CAJirtitLiL,. March 5. leoO-tf-UO CABPETS! CABPETS! WG. HORTON & CO. HAVE A LARGE stock of Carpets and Oil Cloths, very cneap can aim see incm. April 2, lSC!)-tf- 70 LA II. T. Cox, of Tenn..... ..J. L, Cox, of Tenn. 9. T. COX & BROTHER, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FORSYTII STREET, A T L A N TP A, U E O B U I A. rilOMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO SALE OF Produce, Groceries and General Merchandise, AND FILLING OI1DF.I13 FOIt PRODUCE OR MERCHANDISE. AGKNTd KOll SALE OF Georgia noincMttcn nnd Tarns, Fill Cash Orders at Manufacturers Prices. Nov. 0, 18US-tfi!) ESTABLISHED 1HS5. J. o. mathTwson, PRODUCE Commission Merchant, Augustn, Clcorgla. All J. 7,18G8-ly-S6 GEO. W. BRIDGES, A T T O B E T AT LAW, And ISoal Esctnto Broker, A THEN S, T E N N ESSE E. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF 'lniliWIn .11 Mil trl -a iiif.tut !aii On the Pti rehire, Sale, Kt?nt unil Kxehangu of OKKIf'l.'! ITI1 stillrs nvnl lin Unil, atnfe. r,f Dr. Wm. W. Alexander, nn tlin West slilnr.f the Public Square. Sept. IS, lStiS-tr-42 .lIABKIACiE (a iDE. BEING A PRIVATE INSTRUCTOR FOR married persons or those about to lie mur. ried. both male and female, in cvcrvtlii ecriiing the physiology and relations of our sexual system. and the production and preven tion of oll'spring, Including all the new discov eries never before 'riven t n the English Ian. guage. bv WM. YOUNG. M. D. This Is real ly a valuable and interesting work. It is written in plain language for the general read. or, and is illustrated with numerous Kngrav lugs. All young married people, or those eon. tcmplating marriage, and having the least tin. pediment to married life, should read this book. It discloses secrets that everv one should be acquainted with; still it is a book that must be locked up and not lie about the house. It will be sent to iinv address nn re ceipt of SO ets. Address I)it. WM. YOUNG. x-I lil ..I ... . ,. ..... . ii. -iiu hi n r si ri-cc . itniM e iMiiiriii, if line 'a, KIT AFFLICTED AXD UNFORTUNATE. So matter what may be your disease, before you place yourself under the care of any one of the notorious IJUA'KS nativeand foreign who advertise in this or any other paper, Ret a copy of Dr. Young's Book and read it carefully. It will be the means of saving vou many a dollar, your health, ami possibly your life. Dr. Young can be consulted on iinv of the diseases described in his publications, at his ollteo. No, 410 Spruce street, above Fourth, Philadelphia. June 2ti. IS(!S-lv-30 II. C. 3AWTKLL, J. A. PKKKKK.SOX, Late with G. L. Late with Boyd Ah-l Tson & Co. & Vaughn. SAWTELL & PERKERSQM, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, opposite noun's cot:e'i, nitehall Street ATLANTA, A. CONSIGNMENTS OF ALL KINDS Kit MCI T E l , and Personal Attention given (hem with Prompt Returns of Proceeds. Dee. is, lsrS-(iin-.-.' w.n. w. ai.i:..i.ui:ic, ji. OFFICE AT DRUG STORE. ON PUB lie Square, corner of White and Washing ton Streets. Docs not propose attending obstetric eases, except in the capacity of consulting surgeon nor to visit any patients during night, unless in emergencies of extraordinary peril. Olliee hours from I) a. in. until 5 p. m. Dec. 0. 1S117-1V-1 T. Nixon Van Dyke. W. D. Van Dyke. J. B. Cooke. VAN DYKE, COOKE & VAN DYKE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Allien, nnd Chattanooga, Tenn WILL PRACTICE IN THE VARIOUS Courts In lower East Tennessee, and the Federal and Supremo Courts at Knoxville. Two of the linn can always be found at Chat tanooga. Communications addressed to them at either olliee will receive prompt attention. Dec. 0, lHOT-ly-l K. II. MAUTIN, Of Sclma. B.J. MARTIN. Late of Chattanooga. E. B, MARTIN & CO., Commission Merchants, Corner BROAD and ALABAMA Streets, SELMA, ALABAMA. WHOLESALE BEALEBS LIT LiaUORS.TOBACCOS AND SUPPLIES. Particular attention given to the Salo of EAST TEXXESSEE PBOBLCE, AND MANUFACTURED GOODS. We are East Tennosseeans. and know the val ue of East Tennessee Wheat. Bacon, Corn, Flour. &e &v and Solicit Consign. niei.tN of the same, Nov. 27, lHOS-ly-52 R. M. EDWARDS J. E. M'ELKATU. EDWARDS & M'ELRATH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Cleveland, Tennessee. "If TILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF TT Law and Chancery, In Ihe Counties of Bradley, Hamilton. Meigs, McMiuu and Polk. J3rOFFicB Over O'Nell & Davis' store, on Ococe Street. East of the Public Square. Jan. 8. 1809-ly-5S Saddles, Saddlery and Harness. SADDLES, SADDLERY AND HARNESS of nil descriptions kept constantly on hand 'March 8, lS60-tf-60 West Side of Square COLL A BS. "REST KIP AND HOG SKIN COLLARS I f t E. A. ATLEE'S, March 6, 1809-tf-60 West Side of Square, W. G, INGLES W1IOLKHA1.K AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS. 48 MAY STBEET, At DR. R OD OER S Old Stand, Knoxville, Tennessee KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARUE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED Stock Of Drug-w, CIicihIcuIn, Paints, Oils, FINE LIQUORS, And everything usually kept In their line, which thev will sell at the lowest CASH PRICES. Or Tho attention of Merchants nnd Phvsl. clans is respectfully solicited. Oct. 2, isus-lv-li John Kino, Pres't. Allen C. Ruknm, Cush'r. Iom. t'KL TcilKlKLD, Vice President. CHATTANOOGA Discount and Deposit Bank. CH AT 'TIS IOOU A, Tli. ESS E E. OFFICE No. 113 MARKET STREET. WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL BANK ingand lln.ki r i.r. l!i.i..... i llosits. Issue I 'crltllcntoM Af ll,.r.'.!l i .xebange, buy and sell Gold. Silver, Bank Notes. Bonds and Stocks, make Collection und remit promptly. S T O C K HOLDIIR H. JOHN KING. TOM. CRUTCIIFIF.r.n. ALLEN C. BURN'S. Till). II.CAI.I.Atf AY 1). N. BELL. Stockholders. Individually Liable. Dec. 4, lS(iS-ly-5a Livery and Sale Stable. ATHENS, TENNESSEE. A. II. CBOW & SO., HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK AND Stalllc nr Win II II.,.. I I It with their own. thev now have a LI YEBY ES'S'ABtJ.ISlSMI'.-VB' which I lice lliinl; tvill lull,- ,i. thc community. They have some of the best horses iu this country, and thidr Hacks, IiiiLios, Watrons. Etc.. are sound and in eoim.lctn ni-.L.i. i nn.. wanting stock fed are assured that the Stable will alwayj bo well attended to. Charge reasonable. A. II. CROW SON. Athens, Tenn., Nov, 20, isiis-tf-5i Bolivar Female Academy. M ABISO.H VI LLE, TE.A ESSE E. 'THIE EXERCISES OF THIfl 1NSTITU X tion will be resumed on 1lie .".1st day of -iiui uimcr na1 cnarge oi B'roi. IS. Kfl . BaitiNuy. Tuition if io.On. i li.iVl and tl-'.OO per session of -li) weeks according to thegrado ol advancement. ( oinmunieationsadtlresi ed to the Principal, President nr Six Iiiit ..' f I... It. I 'C., u tees, willreceiicproinpt attention. JOSEPH UPTON, M. I)., Pres't. " i i.i i. Ml i'ixiin. See v. rpili: MALE INSTITUTION IN TUB M. r.ascci n Mi I in,, ni me town Will IIU I'O miniul nt tli.i Vic, Al 1.... 1.. ......I...- .... ' ,IM . ' I ' v "lllllil. Ill l l 'lllllllll . nn- dcr Ihe direction of I'nil'. l. C. u'r.i lii.iu. Prices of Tnitiuu the same as in th r emale Academy. juiy L'l, iis-iy-jH T. E. WILLIAMS, M. It OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVI ccs to the citizens of Athens, und the sur rounding country. OKi'icK At lils residence, near tho Bridge, Dec. l;l. lS(i7-tf-a HAZE &. SO, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, jiau'f.ioi.:i:.3 o" BOOK, PBITLU, .tLl.'VILLA AND Wrapping Paper. Doc.G,lSU7-(im-l J. W. ATIil.S. WITH Barrett & Higgins MAN UKACTL REUS AND JOMIERS OF Hats, Caps and Straw Goods. 272 W. BALTIMORE STREET. B A L T I .11 O R E , yz I . Wm. D. Barrett. Jessk D. Higgin .Se.pt.l,lxS-tf-IO 'HOME TBABE." HAZEN & SON, Knoxville, Tennessee WANT ALL THE COTTON AND LINEN RAGS In the country. The highest market pric will be paid in Cash or Paper. April 21. lS(l8-2m-21 Hotel Accommodations. The Biidges House, ATI! E S, T E E S S E E. THIS HOUSE IS PLEASANTLY SITUA nearthe Depot, where Travellers unci Hoar ders can always II ml good accommodations at reasonable ohanrcs. The Proprietor has long experience In hotcl-kecpinir. ,mi will en deavorto miiko all guests comfortable. JAMES S. BRIDGES. Athens, Tcnn., Oct. 2:1, lS(i:Mf-47 HATS! HATSl I EXAMINE ROBESON .t CO'S, IF YOU .J wunt bargains. April 2. lSijO-tf-70 WALL IMlM.lt. WALL PA PER AND WINDOW SHADES, t ROBESON & CO'S. April 2, lS(l!)-tf-70 FAMILY BOCEBIES. A CHOICE AND GENERAL STOCK OP Family Groceries, ust received and for side by HENDERSON & CAMPBELL. March ft, 18tj(l-tf-6 .1 1 :ST B EC E I V E . A VARIETY OF LANDRETHS FRESn and genuine Garden Heeds at Coghlll for salo bv J. A. TURLEY & BRO. Coghlll, Tenn., Feb. 12, lBo!MMi3 FVRNITVR E. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND and for sale cheap, a good lot of Furni ture, consisting of Bedsteads, Loumrcs, Safes, Chairs, etc., etc. A. C. ROBESON & CO. April f, iwi'j-tf-71 JobWorkKiecutedat thUOOlcc!