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Atheni, Friday, December 18, 1871
CbrUlniM tirocerlM 1000 Creole Grange, lXK Mlga Lemon, 100 Cocoauuta, Msxsm'st'bok Mince Meat, ltaisln, Citron. and Currant. Jutt received, per Express, and for al low by (2t.) Hkmderhom ft Dkmbxt. Cbrhtmat Cmls, and McWhlrtcr receiving new Good la bit tine almost every day. Unprecedented sates because of low prion and best quality article. Mstadiiy. Thoro wu big crowd In town on Monday. Outside of tbe Court Room borse-swspping wu tbe great feature of tbe day. One enter prising fellow traded himself clean out, and was seen going out of town about dark with u bridle on LU arm. 1'alMtlHg;. Parties baving plain or ornamental painting to do will find tbe Card of our young friend II. K. Glover In our columns to-day. II or nee was born and raised In tbis place, Is a good workman, and we take pleasure in commend ing blm to all wbo have anything to do in bis line. Chung;) of Term. After first of January next, I will not sell (ioods on a credit not even to my bent per sonal friends. Can sell clienpur and do better for my friends and myself not lo sell on time. Will litrur fer vervtlilnir. but must bnve dst ilown. Would also notify alt WOO ttl'O IllUeut- ed to mo cither by note or account, that after tbe first of next January If not paid, tbey may expect to settle wltb an officer. T. F. Gibson. Mi K Thouanud loItr. nrtween five and six thousand dollars worth of bogs were shipped at tbe Athens Depot last Friday. Most of tbera were owned by C. L. Rice of this place, and were Intended for tbe Georgia market. The general business at the depot has been heavy for tbe last two or three weeks suffi ciently so to keep tbe agent and bis force con stautly at work. Ilitf llo. Kobt't Ilambrlgbt, on tbe Hlwnssoe above Calhoun, raised a bog which weighed 475 lbs. gross; EzeMcl Hwaffor, of tbe same neighbor hood, one that weighed 430. These are the largest bogs we have board of In tbe lower end of the county. Mark and Crelgbton Dennis, of tbe fc'th civil district of tills cuunty, klllotl 14 hoga a few days ago, which netted 3,033 pounds. Trad n Note. " Htistncss of all kinds continues to improve, nndtbu faces of our merchants und produce men are rounding up liiindHOinely. Wheat Is coming In lively, nt f 1.10 lor choice white and $1.00 for red the receipts being heavier since our lust Issue tbnn for some weeks past. We notice also a number of wttgona iu from the bill-country, loaded with appWs. Ac. Oats and corn both In demand at quotations. Hut tcr und eggs also wanted for shipment. KaalH 'lnu On arriving in town amid tho noise and confusion of tho crowd, accidentally scattered a few of bis Toys around tbe Square, but be fore leaving effected arungemonts with Jno. IS. Gibson to make the Athens Drug Store beadquarters for his mammoth display of liolliday goods, embracing everything from thu child's toy to thu costly and valuable present. And what Is still bi tter, Santa in strue'ed .John to sell these goods cheaper than any other bouse outside of the principal cities. The tVoLIy Hewn Is tho tltla of a new candidate for popular favor which burst upon the community last Saturday with meteoric brilliancy. It is of medium size, neatly printed, and Is very cred liable in its general arrungumeut and make up. Tho Now will eschew party politics, and brow so In more peaceful and pleasant pastures. Olio of Its specialities is an Educa. tionul Department, under the charge of tbe Unv. M. M. fallen, of Wcslcyan University a gentleman well qualified forthetluty. Sub scrlptlon price, $1.50 per year: Ily Thomas T. McWhtrtor&Co. The Farmrrs nnd Droverst' Ilnnk oi'l.oiiUtlllc, Ky. This popular institution since 11 has been tha depository of the funds of the Grand Gift Couccrts of tbe Public Library of Kentucky, has become ono of tbo great fiscal agon's of tbe country. Everybody knows that the Li brary funds have nil been safely cared for hero, and promptly paid out to all parties bav ing a right to demand payment, an J all know too, that after tbe next drawing on February 27th, tbo $2,500,000 wblcb the bank will then hold for the tieket-boldors, will also be dis bursed with promptness and fidelity. Judicial. Circuit Court met last Monday, bis Honor Judgo Hoy I on tho Bench. In addition to tbe local Bar we notice tbo following attorneys from othor places: J. II. Cooke, Chattanooga; r. I). May field, It. M. Edwards, J. II. Gaut and S. P. Gaut, Cleveland; J. N. Aiken, Charleston; W. L, Harbison, Sweetwater; T. M. Hurkctt, Decatur. A mistrial occurred In the road case be tween Clcago and Cate, Wailey, guardian. tf e., vs. E. T. Va. and G eorgl a It al I road eon 1 1 n tied . Uarrelt and wtle vs. W. L. McKnltfbt noin promised. State vs. Joseph Cllne, borso-steal I ng de fendant acquitted. (State vs. L. M. Gentry. Suit dlmlssed up on defendant securing $100.00 of costs. State vs. Kugeno Smith, colored, petit lar ceny IS montUi In theponlteutiary. A number of misdemeanor cases have also been disposed of. Court will probably con tin ue throughout the week. Window Glass Is blown In the form of a cylinder 12 to 13 Inches In diameter, and about five feet long, open at both ends. When cool, a red hot rod cracks It from end to end. It Is thon flattened In a hot oven, and carried In sheets about 40 by 00 Inchos to the cutting room. I. C. Wilson A Co. of Chattanooga, who devote themselves to the Glass trade ex clusively, agreo lo furnish us from time to tlmo some account of tbe various processes by which so many beautiful thing are made of flint rock, sand, lime and other unnttraotlvc materials. We sincerely hope that the devo tion of this firm to this Interesting study aud pursuit will meet wltb tlx success it deserves. W. A, Turley, with Woodruff Co., whole sate dealers In Hardware, Kuoxvlllc, gave (is a passing call last Tuesday. He represents a good bouso and does It well and effectually. The poarl-handle specimen of cutlery be left upon our table will do to keep,- For choice Confections, Fruits of almost every kind, Toys of alt sorts and sizes, mas querade costumes, Ac., all nt lowest prices, emit on or send to Jno. E. Gibson's Drug Store. Chips, mad Tlslag:). Dr. John W, I'sxton, an eminent physician of Knoxville, died of apoplexy last week. ' A fee of $3,000 was paid lo tbe officiating Bishop at a recent Ban Francisco wedding. A complete assortment of Christmas Goods at John E.Gibson's. Tbe M. E. C. 8., Morristown, bas been bless ed with a refreshing revival. Tbe paper are filling up again witb tbe Bcecber-Tllton naatlficaiioti. The King of the Cannibal Islands bas ar rived at Washington City. I :harlelown. H'nt Viririula. haJ twn linn. dred thousand dollar fire on the lutb. Beventy-fl ve thousand people ar out of em ployment In tbe city of New York. Brother Vlek, of the Floral Guide, proposes a donation of $300 to tbe Kausas sufferers. Lincoln county ba four-legged girl, seven year of age, Miss Julia A.Garretson bas been elected Lecturer of tbe Iowa State Grange. Eleven horse and eight buggies were burn ed in a stable at St. Paul last week. Missouri elects delegates to ber Constitu tional Cenveution January 20tb. Tern Scott' lobby-men are reported rallying on the National Capitol In strong force. Tbe Reform School buildings at Waterbury, Vt., were burned last week, at a loss of $50,000. Tbe preacher says If men were to be saved by merit alone tbe whole world would be ever lastingly damned. A western clergyman preached a sermon one Sunday In a billiard saloon, and made nine teen points. A French preacher describes bell as a place where tbey talk politic all day. What they do at night he does not report. Tbe bill appropriating $30,000 for tbe pur chase of post office scale ha passed tbe House of Representatives. Tbe Little Rock and Fort Smith Railroad bas been sold under a decree of tbe U. 8. Court for $1,000,000. Forney write that tbe British government will graciously recognize tbe Philadelphia Centounlal. Tbe number of negroes killed in Monday's fight at Vicksburg Is slated at 150. Forty eight were burled In one field. The pig Iron men of Philadelphia have bad a convention and resolved to leduce produc lion one half duiing 1873. A ware-bouse, together wltb 200 bales of cotton, was burned nt Johnsonville. Tenucs see, last week. New York, and tbut direction, bad a lively touch or two of earthquake on the night of the totb inutunr. Tbe net curnlngs of the Erie Railroad Com pany for the lust twelve months Is staled at $1,380,803 less than for the like period previous liiownlow's Knoxville Whig wllll re-ap pear about the first of March, witb the ven eruble Senator working at the front. The post-oftce and several buslocss bouses In Durlcn, Ga., were burned on the 10th. Loss $50,000. The Congressional appropriation bills la troduced lust week Involve an additional ex pendlture 200,000 more than the preceding year. John T.Bell (not our old friend. "Jim,") formerly city editor of the Union and Amerl can, is now managing editor of the Nashville Hulletin. Tho American Tract Society denounce Jas. L. Stephens as a fraud. Jeumes, It seems, bas been out collecting money for the benefit of tho heathen without the proper authority. I.aciiI und Other llricflet. An escaped convict was lodged in the jail at tbis place a few days ago. Ewing Oarlock offers for sale one of tho best limns In McMinn county. See adv. Robesen ft Nixon want 10,000 bushels of good wheat, for which they will pay cash at the highest market figure. It is said several of ourV'orshlpful 'Squires would like to be Chairman for tbe ensuing year. Nan tit Clan Would respectfully announce to tbo citizens of Athens and vicinity, that bo bas taken up headquarters at tbe New Toy Store, South Comer. Dec. ll-4t. AlmuiiacH Tor InTS. Tbe mcrcbuuts now arc nearly all supplied witb almanacs for the coming year, for gratu itous distribution, aud weadviseourrcader to supply themselves atoucc. We notice in every almanac there Is a leaf devoted to Dr. Hart's Groat Remodies, via;: Great Relief, Mood and Liver Pills, Nervo and Bono Liulment and Sympbyx, and Mrs. Winslow's Worm Candy and Vermifuge. These remedies aro becom ing very popular. iVltlftOtllc. At a stated meeting of Hi wasscc Lodgo, No. 188, held In their Lodgo Room, In Calhoun, the following officers were elected, to wit: B F Martin, W. M.; J D Lylo, S. W.; A J Strai Icy, .1 W.j W J Davis, Treas; JH Darr, Sec; J A Biggs, S. D.; T J Porter, J. D. Notice. This Istoglve notice that my sons, William and James Shclton, of Rhea county, have full authority from mo to trade and transact busi ness for themselves. J. M. SiiKtrox. Dec. 18, 1874-lt. Parties In need of Wall Paper will certain ly consult their Interest by culling on Jno. E. Gibson, at the Atbens Drag More, before buying elsewhere. Doc. 18-tf. Alliens Foundry und Machine Works. Win. Gardner, jr., having this day With. drawn from the firm of N. CJonesACo.it I necessary that nil debts duo said firm be paid at once, Alt accounts remaining unset tied after tho 8 1st of next mouth December will bo placed in tlio bands of an officer for collection. N. C. Jones and W. B. McKcldiu will continue tbe business, as heretofore, un der tho style of N. C. Jo.Mts Co. Athens. Tenn., Nov. 23d, 1874-41. Admlnlsjlrntor') Nale. All tho personal property of Fanny Reeil, dee'd will be sold at the family resldcnco, on Tuesday, December 22, 1S74, consisting of Household and Kitchen Furniture, Produce of all kinds, and Farming Implements. Terms given on day of sale. Siilo commenc ing at 3 o'clock p. in. J. II. Kked, Adm'r. Dec. II, 1874-2L307 Nfw Toy Mlore. Chrlitma Goods, Santa Claus, Flowers, FniM. Vases, Toys, Book, Ac., Ac, Ac Everything strtUMo for presents for atl age and lzc. Present useful as well a orrm mental' Jill, Heed, South Corner. Doo.ll-4t Inlnpn.- Duke Klinbrougb, Jalapu, rr parts an un usually good trado at that point,-and tb adjacent mountains "full of deer and bear." Tbe hunters are reaping a laige harvest. A CARD TO TUT. Pl'BlJC. A Nhort Postponement of the Fifth sum Concert. A manager of the girt concert riven lo aid of the Public Library of Kentucky my position create an Important trust in bebslf of the Public Library and th ticket-bolder of tb fifth gift coi eert. Tbe Public Library of Kentucky apd tJ ticket-bolder ar joint ly Interested in tb amount of tbe drawing. Tbe larger tbe fund to be distributed In gift tbe greater will be tbe gift awarded to each lucky ticket-bolder and tbe more tbe amount realized by tbe Library. Tobaveafull uraw- ng I so manifestly to tb interest of those in terested that, rather than bar a fractional drawing on tbe 30tb Inst., I deem It due to tbe trust confided to me by tbe ticket-holders and tbe Public Library of Keulucky, tbat a short postponement be made to enable me to dis pose of tbe unsold ticket and bave a full drawing. Tbougb tbe very large amount now in bank would enable us to distribute band- some gifts, yet we should feel disappointed iu tb's our last concert, should we be compelled to make a fractional drawing, however large. We bave received so very large number of letter from all part of tbe country from those moat largely interested, urging a post ponement if all tbe tickets be not sold by tbe 80tb, tbat we feel strengthened In our souse ol duty to the ticket-holders and tbe Public Li brary, to make the postponement. Under tb circumstances, we have determined, in tbe in terest of all parties, to postpone tbe concert and drawing to Saturday, February 27, 1875, at which time the drawing wi J positively tsk placn, and, as a guarantee of good faith toward ticket-holders, we pledge ourselves to refund to any ticket-holder hi money, upon presentation of bis ticket, should tbe draw ing fall to come off at tbe day now fixed. The past, we feel assured, will be sufficient guar antee to all interested tbat tbey will be fairly and honestly dealt wltb. Tbe money paid for tickets Is sacredly preserved against all con tingency until after tbe paymeut of tbe gifts, after which the expenses are to be reimburs ed and tbe Public Library Is to be paid Its profit. THOS. E. BRAMLETTE, Agent and Mauager. Tribute of llesjpect. Whereas. It has pleased our Supreme Grand Master in His mysterious providence to re move from our midst our much beloved friend and brother, Franklin Locke, wbo. after a painful Illness departed this life at bis resi dence in Rbea county. Tennessee, on the 30th day of October, 1874, aged 03 years. Our be loved Brother was born and raised in Rbea county, Tennessee, where be spent the whole or tits useful ami nonorame l lie, anu oy nis sterling dualities as a citizen, a mason und a christian, he has won the highest esteem of all who knew mm. Whereas, He has been a consistent and use fut member of the Masonic, fraternity for a number of years, and bas enshrined his memory deep in the affections of bis Brethren, Resolved. Therefore, tbat we, as a Lodge, deeply deplore bis untimely death feeling as sured at the same time tbat our loss Is his eternal gain; believing that be bas but been removed from his labors here below, to his re- wnru 111 mill, tricnncu nijuui', T, utti o iuu vria- eil cease from troubling and tbe weary are at rest.' Ilcsolved, That In the death of Brother Franklin Locke, Washington Lodge bas lost a useful and substantial member; society a valued und elcemed citizen; the church a zealous and devoted christian, and his widow a kind and affectionate husband. Resolved That wo deeply sympathize with the bereaved widow and friends of our do- parted lirotber in their irreparable loss. Oh death! Why didn't thou claim our be. loved Brother, and snatcb lit m from time to eternity, in the plentltuJe of bis usefulness1 Why didn't thou rob tho poor man of the friend, who never suffered him to pass empty handed from his door? Why dids't thou en ter God's sanctuary aud fake irom tne etiurcn that liurlit that shown i.s a htuil) to guide the fooisieps of the wanderer here bolowf the family circle and take a friend, a companion and a husband, and leave friends to weep, and to the lmnr widow all darkness in tlieftlMirc, save the light of the bopo of meeting aainl' v n y iiius'i inou rou us as a Lougo or tiui councellor unto whom we bavelihtenod in tbe past, or tbat limbic pillar which bus added to our institution strength, beauty, and harnfo. nyr Wut God doeth all things well.? It tbereforo remulneth to us not to weep, but to rejoice aud to endeavor by the practicing of virtue, honesty and religion, to meet bini in that Grand Lodgo above where parting Is as foreign us permanent union is here. Resolved, That these preamble and resolu tions bn entered upon the minutes of this Lodge, and that a copy of the sumo be pre sented to tbe widow of the deceased; also a copy furnished the Athkns Post und CI eve. land Banner for publication, and that tbe members of this Lodge Wear the usual badgo ol mourning for thirty days. It. F. McDonald. 1ARIU8 V ATKKIIOUSK, W. C. Zkiglkk, F. L. Cunnyngham, Sco'y. Committee. Millinery. Mrs. C. M. McConnell nnd daughter, noxt door to tho store of J. Mutthews A Co., are In receipt of tbo latest styles of Millinery Goods, Trimmings, Etc., to which tbey Invite the at tention of tho ladies of Athens and vicinity. Mindful of tho liberal patronage they bave received, they respectfully solicit a continu ance of tbe same. Special attention given to Millinery. Nov. 13-8m. Notice. The accounts and notes belonging to the firm of Robeson A Nixon at Mouse Creek, are In our hands for settlement, and all persons in debted to said concern are notified to call and make settlement at once. They have sold out at that place, and the business must be closed up. Robkbon A Nixon. Nov. 0, 1874 362-tf.) Athens, Tennessee Cos II Ill-New Nlore. We would respectfully announce to tbe citizens of Cog Hill and vicinity that we have a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Boot, Shoes, Hats, Family Groceries, and General Merchandise, cheap for Cash or Produce at tbe New Store Wm. M. Cass' Mills. Dec. ll-4t. J II. Rititn. Parties indebted to us have been notified time and again to call and make payment those who bave neglected to do so can now settle wltb an officer. McKki.dix A Co. Athons, Dec. 1, 187l-4t. .lew Ooodsj. A well selected stock of Ready Made Cloth lug, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Just received at South Comer. Dor. ll-2t. J, II. Rkkd. New Toy Ntore. Goand feast your ryes. J. II. Hoed. Dec flit New Advertisement. II. K. SLOT Ell, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL SIGN PAINTER, Athens, Tennessee. ALL KIXDOF WORK DONE ATSrtORT notice Plain, ornamental, neat, aud of Istest styles, prices to suit tbe time; Dee. 1, lt)74-tM!78 THE LAST Plllt LIBRARY OF liMTiM POSTPONED FOR A FULL DRAWING! To itfth February, 1S75. THE SH0ET POSTP05EMETT SOW Announced it rositirely the Latt, and a Drawing wut rosmreiy oe baa on 27th February; in Guarantee of which we pledge ounelTei to refund the pur chaae price of Ticket! in case it should not T II 13 8 O II E SI E IS One Hundred Thousand Ticket, 20,000 GIFTS. ONE ORAM) CASH GIFT fA'.O.OOO One (irandCaab (iift liM.OOO OueOraud Cash (iilt 7f-,000 One O rand CaabOirt fxiiH0 One Grand CaHhUifl 2A.0OO 6 Cash Gifts, f Ju.OOO each 100,000 10 Cash Gifts, 14.000 each 140,000 15 Cash Gifts, 10.000 each....... 150,000 20 Cash Gifts, 0,000 es-h. . ...... lOO.OOO 25 Ctti.b Girts, 4,000 each 100,000 80 Cacti Gifts, 8.000 each 11,000 50 Cash Gift, 2,000 each 100.000 100 Cash (lift, 1,000 each lOfl.OOO 540 Cash OlfU, 500 each 120,000 600 Cash Gifts, 100 each 60,000 19,000 Cash QUI, 50 each 050,000 2,500,00cTl)OLIiAKS IX GIFTN, ALL CASH. t'Kiui: of tick irrN. WboleTickets I 50.00 Halves 25.00 Tenth, or each coupon 6.00 11 WhgleTickets for 600.00 iVA Ticket for 1.000.00 The Payment of Gifts will begin tbe firth day after the drawing. Tickets must be pre sented or sent to Room 4, Public Library Butldirg, Louisville, Ky.. where they will be taken up and paid by Cash Checks upon tbe Farmers and Drovers Bank of Louisville. Kvcry Whole Ticket bas ten parts, each part bearing the number of tbe Whole Ticket. Therefore, a Tenth of a Ticket entitles tbe bolder thereof to One.Tenth of whatever the Whole Ticket may draw. For Tickets v.iui Information, address, TIIO.K. BRAalLETTE, Agent and Manager, Public Library Bulldiug, Louisville, Ky. Dec. 18, 1874-tfob 27-340 A Valuable Farm for Sale, C CONTAINING lltO ACRF.S-230 elearcd J and In cultivation about 70 acres of good bottom land, good dwelling bouse and barn; also, tenant houses. It is well watered with several g.wd springs; is situated In tbe 14th civil district, McMinn county, on tbe waters of Connasnuga Creek. 12J i"11" outh of Athens, 4 miles from Hiwassee River; conve nient to a permanent school, and to good mills, and In a neighborhood noted for Its morality and pulilio spirit. This Is one of the best farms in tbe county, and I will sell it at a bar gain, as I am determined to sell. Terms: One-third cash in band, tbe bal ance lit one and two years. For further particular apply to the under signed at Coghill, Tenn. . W. CARLOCK. Dec. IH, lS74-illu-iK JNO. II. VANNEK80N C. Dkwkkhr, Late of Louisvillo, Ky. J, H. VANNERSON & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO VANNERSOX 4 JACKSON.) Oommis'n Merchants GRAIN, H A Y, FLOUR, PBOVI SIOIfcTS 45 JACKSON ST., AUUIWi'A, A. Dec. 11 , lS74-tf-8iS C. K. L I D ti WITH DIHSMORE & KYLE, WHOLESALE GROCERS COMMISSION 'MERCHANTS, IMl'OKTEHS AND JOBBERS OF Virginia Tobacco and Havana Cigars, NO. 156 PRATT STREET, llAIYI'IMOIti:, !tll. (Establiahed 1805.) Dec. 4, 1874.ly-.T06 John Stkpuens. Joun II. Flynn. STEPHENS & FLYNN, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Commis1n Merchants, N03. 41 and 43 ALABAMA STREET, ATLANTA, WVOKUIA. Constantly on band very lurgo stock of Coffee, .. i Sugaf , Syrup, and Molasse, Candles, 8oda, Sardines, and General Groceries, DOMESTICS & YARNS at riu ronY pkici:n. Sol'clt consignments of CHAIN, PICO VISION 8, COUNTItYArilODUCE. Orders for Orooerles will have prompt atten lion, and he 111 lei at INhidR 1'HICEH. 8peclal attention given to consignments, and PROMPT RETURNS MAD E. rTi:kiii;M a fi.y. Atlanta, Da., Nov. 27, 1S74-.105 DR. J, C, GRANT DENTIN Tr A Till:, TKltliNNER. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE MA1NST. East end ol town. Athens, TenD;,Jirn. as, 1870-17-119 REMOVAL! ROBESON & NIXON HAVIXORrMOVEDlSTOTIIEIBNIiW and eonutudioir More Kooou, at tbe olu stand, ar now la receipt of by far tbe LARGEST STOCK OF - GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ever brought to Atbetot, beugbt since tbe Seavy Becifno in all STAPLE GOODS, and will positively be offered for CAN II, UOOU IMlOULCi; and to PrMpt Cs)ter, olsort I ime, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. It Is useless to attempt to enumerate their stoek comprfsc and Is enmplcte in all departments, ar.'fl will be kept fully up to the demand of the trade. Tbey would respectfully ask a call and ex amination from alt wbo wish to purchase GOOD AD CHEAP GOODS. Athens, Tenn.. Oet.30, l74-tf-361 THE ElECTIOH Oil, AND WILLIAMS & co: STILL AHEAD" WITH ONE OF THE largest and best assorted stocks of Fall & Winter Goods, ever brought to this section of country, con sisting in part of DRY GOO D S, of all descriptions, lines of IIAItmVAKF., very large stoeS tri:i:.iM aui:, very fine selection of HOOTS AND 8 II O 12 S, for Men, Women and Children, good stoek ni:4it nADi: ci.OTin.irw, GROCERIES, of all descriptions; In fact, everything it takes to make a first-class coun try store. The Ooods have been bought at lowest possible cash prices, and will lie sold very low for CASH or OOOI) BARTER. Would say to our old customers and the pub lic generally, to call ami examine before iiuy- lllg. 10V. 11, lH-ll-iH3 J. F. C AMl'U 12 L L, WITH G. H. REESE & DUOS., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND TEAS, 207 and 200 W. PRATT STREET. II A I. T I n O K K. ( Established 1835.) jT"Sp(,'uf attention paid to consignment. Oct. 18, l74-Iy-369 Mtute of Tenu., McMinn County. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Wm. II. Rallew, aditIT df1 ifupb Crawford, doe'd, vs. John irawroru, ana otners. IT a ppearl ng f rotu t h o al I egatton K of t h e H 1 1 1 , which is sworn to, that tho defendants .John Crawford, Thomas Crawford, Andrew J. Crawford and J. II. Dobson, are nori-resi. dents of the State of Tennessee: It is thete foro ordered that publication be made for four consecutive weeks In tho Athens Post, a news paper published in tbe town of Athens, Ten nessee, requiring an oi me aitove meniioneu non-resident defendants to appear beforo tho next Quarterly Term of the County Court lor McMinn county. Tenn., on the 1st Monday In January, 1S7S, then and there to plead, an swer or demur to complainants said Hill, or the same will bo taken as confessed and set for bearing cx parte as to t hem. LO IIL1ZARD, t'lerk. Nov. 27. lH74-4t-prs fee f ft,tM).JW Notice Change of Schedule. ON AND AFTER THE 1ST OF JANUA rv. mm. we will sell Goods tor Cash or good Merchantable Darter. Ilavo sold on a credit until wo are forced to stop and collect. Can't run without money have made fair test and find the thing enn't lio did. A II per sons Indebted to u by note or account will please come Up and settle the same, as we cannot Indulge any lonircr. Our stock will be found full, and cheap for Cash or Hurler', but will not sell on credit. Mespectfnlly, WILLIAMS ft CO. Cantrell' X Roads, Nov. 27, 1H74-tf-.105 HOME AGAIN. To the CUIifsis of McMinn and ndJolninaT 4'osinllesi AFTER AN AIWE.VCE OF TWENTY two years I have returned to reside among you, and proposo to put up Saddles of a quality Durable, Neat, and HeniittTiil. All of my work shall be nise'e by band. Saddles, Bridles and Harness, will be substantially refitted. All order for any artb W In my line will be promptly at tended to, and all who purchase arllcfes of me shall have vattrn received. I do earnestly solicit all lo call and see my work, and give me your trade. Hhop up stairs, abovtCbarley Oibson'i store, Allien, Tennessee, GEO. W. MAYO, Nov. 27, ini4.if.amj Raddle Maker. aft.ooo iii:art ntuma.rM WANTED, IN EXCHANGE FOR IIOL low Ware. Plows, Cooking or Heating Stoves, CiThe Mills, or Corn Hhellers, at ATHENS FOUNDRY M ACH'N WORKS. Alliens, Teiin., Oct. 21), l74-tMl COU.1 A .Ml roiiK WANTED, IN EXCHANGE FOR IIOL loware, Stoves, Plows, Corn Hbellers, Ac, snd In psvment of account due at ATHENS FOUNDRY ft M ACH'N WORKS. Athens, Tnn., Nov. 27, le74-4l-3n III1I1;IISIJBI1KII18J WHOLESALE GROCERS Commis'nMsrchant X: i uai m ki:i:t,' KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE E KEEP CONSTANTLY" ON ft AND7 W very la(y tot: of TOBJLO COS AND C I Q- i. B S; StlUAll, COFFfiLV aud other GKOCERI E SV . We are wholesale gnls for tb sale of Rockfdrd Cotton Tuna, Virginia Salt, and 8ycamore Powder Co. tlT We deal In all klitds of Produce and so licit order fnr Oral n. , f; JT Wo offer special to bn v for cah. NoV. 20, 1874-8nv3C1' JT Wo offer special Inducements to those N. C. JONES. W. B. U'KKLUIN . .A. "3? HE 33 3ST S Alliens, Tennessee, ' MINl'rACTVRtt MKKItHltNT KIM8 iit GRIST AND SAW MILL- M A CHIN K It V,' PLOWS, HOLLOW WARE, COIL Wli HC ETG ALSO, REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY Threshers 4 other Agricultural Implements, at' short notico nnd on reasonable terms.' X. c. joi:n a I '.," Alliens, July 1st, 1874-tM44j Proprfrtore" "TJIOOtVllUSSKLLT" ATTOJtn'Y AT LAV ATII M, Ttf I!!! Kt ' WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF McMinn, and adjoining counties. Okfick Koutb Corner. a Sept.4,lS74-tf-;iD 7 Supreme Court Sale TURSTJANT TO DECREE OF fHE RU- a irenic ourt or Tfiimwr, at, lis wcpti'in- ( ocr i e erm. 1K74. at Knoxville. In Hie suit A. II. Keith,, vs. Proctor ft Well, and C.roM Hills, i win oiinr iu puiuio ssic, at me uuor, or in Court-housOj In Athens, Tennessee, oR Tttradii. thri lilt It'll uy ol'JutiaiHry 1875, the Inllowlntf described lands, to-wlt: . A truct lying In tlie 14tb civil dlstrli t of M. Minn countv, liouitded by tho Inuds of Aiex. (ireen, the hinds once owned by David A ' Cobb, an J lands of John Reynolds' heirs, and the Polk county lino, licln all the hinds our chased bv ssid Colih of Nancy Fnre, ann tir htm deeded to C. W. Cobl October' 1, lWft., A lsof HiO afres, silusled' liiiiiuHllHtrlv east of the Nancy Fore lands, and bounded hy liOulS of John Reynolds' heirs, and lauds once own ed by D. A. Cobb ami the Polk count? Hue, all In tbe lllwsssce District, and cimtitlnlntr . 070 acres, more or less. Also, a tract, situate In said civil and In IIIwhssco PUtilct, rmiife 1st, east of tho ineridisn line, 1st fractlonst. tow nsliiu south, and tbe Hih seetlnn,' snd tlm 8. h. Quarter of snid rectlon. coiitulnliu; Hid acres, more or less, tncludlnir all the iiindi conveyed by R.IK Well to Geo. F, Miller.. June?, IWid, tXcrpl. in acres, nnd by sulci, Miller conveyed tot furies A. Procter, April 10, 1HI17, and of w likh moie pnrtlculur de scription will be j!l ven at the ssie. , . Term of Sales Nine and eighteen monlluT credit. Ilnnds and undoubted securltv re quired for the pnrchuso money, for wblYh a' lien win uiso ue icuinen. J. F. DEADKRtClt; Clerk.' Dec. 11, 1874-tds prs fen $'MH).:i'i7 Suprome Court Sale. 1URSITANT TO DECKER OF THE 81T premo Court of Teuoessec, at, lis hi'ptrm ber Term, 174. at Knoxville. In tlissult Wm. M. Heborn, Trustee. Ar vs. H. II.MeWhrVlr; I will olfcr al public side, ou tbe premises, on tls19th day of Juitinry IJ3, ' a House and Lot In the town of Atlirns, Ten nessee, known In the plan of said town as lot number 113, rontaiuiiiK on iiaitf r of an acre, nfor or less, bclnu tbo smne iiropcrtv eohveyed to said Trustee by ,1, M. Hehoin, October 22. 100, and by said Trustee' sold to' snld McWhlrtcr rlrptember I, 1H70. Tcrui or sale; t h lit itsmi. J. K. liEADLRlCK. Clerk.' Dec.ll, 1874-tds.4,00-.W rou wAiii:. BY vlrtil nt a Deed of Trust rii'id to ' me on th, ltb da of April,. K73, by m. W. Royslon and wife Elizabeth, I, si Triiatee, Will, oh lb l'th dsy of January, lh,ft, expose to public sal for vash, in band, t tbe C"irl. bouse dfl')T,'1' Athens. M' Minn county, Tn neasee, t ani.i.i the imps HI ifetils 111 said deed of trust nwnlWinrd, the fyllo lnu dr. scrlhed land, describe) In said fled, lying In McMinn county, Tennessee, In. It: One ILin dred and Hixty Arret in the nth civil district, In said county, fouf tulles frmn Athens, mi ltifc Mouse Creek, known as the Hrnlcr farm.," where Dsnlel Pesrce, Jr., lived when the AM was msde, which formerly beloitKH to John Parshall. now drceaaed, and It sdjnlfl the lands of Jsmrs T. Lane, riee'd, John lilitXl, Jacob titli-r, Morris Wullfns' snj pilars, which Isnda will bs sold silnJS't (A red crap Hon, and th right to hlgtl Walr mark on bfilb sides of tbe erek as provided lo tbo deed, Hate to ba at 1 1 o'clock, a, m. J. II, (i ACT, Trust. Dec. 4, 1S7I-tl.pfs fee f U.OO-KsJ SOLE AND UPPEH LEATHER' IP sslsst WILLIAM A CO'tf.' . Cantril'i X Road, Tenn., May P, '74.m'