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Atheni, Friday, December 25, 1874.
Hew AdrrrtUemeHlii.
We call the attention of our reader to the
new advertisement In to-day'a I'oir.
ClirUlmus foiura lialOarf n Tnr
A large slock of Christmas trick at Tur
ley', Coghill. It.
Iienlb.
lift. Luke Dean, father of Prcs't James A.
Dean of We-lcjrin L'nlvendt?, died at till
place on the evening of the 20th Instant.
Livery Mule.
W.8. Me'Iaughey, of this place, has sold
lit Livery Stable, stock, vehicles, etc.. to Will
T. Lane. M ho, we learn, will continue the bu
shirts at the old stand.
Mrrlrd. "
At the residence of the briue's father, Toy.
hill, Ti'im., on the 2Ub December, lay the Kev.
Mr. Wright, Mr. James W lllson to Mia Hat.
tie Will ton.
There la no better Machine tliun the Howe.
." it Week
tn the house and sevcnl bottles of Iloschee'a
German tyrup and August Flower sold.
Call, getrlrcular or see extended notice in
the Weekly News. (Sample bottlea only 10 eta
at McWhlrter'i Drug More. It.
I'liureh N upper.
We are requested to give notice that there
will be a Church Supper given at the M. E.
Church, South, Athena, on Deember 31st.
We feel Justified In saying it will prove
nice and pleasant entertainment, and bo
cpeak a large attendance for ao worthy and
noble an object,
TriMlei jiole.
Ttusincs of all kind continue to look up.
Whoat la still coining in pretty freely, the
price being $1.10 lor choice white and $1.00
for red the receipt being above the prcvioua
week. Corn la in good demand at quotations.
The mcrchitnU all report a wholeaomo trade
In Dry Goods, Grocerica, &e.
Itltf lloffau
J. II. Hay, near Charleston, Bradly county,
aold three hogs which weighed 1,4!I7 lb gross.
The largest one weighed MIS, . He ulao aold 45
other that averaged 2f!7 poundH.
Capt. W. I.. McKnigbt, on the Hhvaee,
thia county, haa a bog that weigh 050 pounda
gross. Htsxt.
.TIamoiiIo llall-,H. i:. 4'liurch.
A Sabbath Schoiil Concert will bo given In
the above house on thin Chrlatnia Eve. Ex.
orrises begin at 7 o'clock. All are kindly In
vited to attend. Admission tree. '
A .Supper will be given In the aainn build
ing Christmas Night, fur the benefit of the
Church. Admission Fifty Cents.
No prints nicer than thoe at llnflcy',.
. IIiiIIi-oikI 'illlion.
A collision occurred last Saturday morning
on the Kant Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia
Railroad, two milea east of Carter'a Depot,
killing two men, iianicd ('rouse and Wyntr,
and Injuring five, other. The two engines
and several car were sinatdicd and two ear
laden will) merchandise were entirely burned
up. The damage to the Company Is estimat
ed to be near $(10,000.
Urn In ill 4'liillt:inoocn.
C'nmnicrclal 'J.'ld : The receipts of corn at the
wharf yesterday were quite large; the, exact
amount we weie unable to learn. Tile demand
win brisk, with strong enmpetitinu among
buyer, which caused an advance in price of
t wo cents, the market closing firm nt ev. nty
Ave cents per bushel, lluyers report satisfac
tory improvemctit In the quality of the corn.
Wheal, fssalcuhle at $1.1.1 per bushel.
Yon can got good as cheap, and aa much
.for your barter ul ll tllcy's as at any store in
linvu-coinn ami see.
llrrilii(f ArHdiMil
Occurred in the Ilili ilMiict of this county
on Wciliitd.'iv, 2:iil. which resulted in tlie In
stunt dciiih of a fnii r vcir old son of a Mr.
WiiiL'o. by the discharge of a shot gun In the
hands of a son of Tlios. A. Cans. They Were
In (lie house playing with the gun, and as the
Cass Imy is only eleven year old, It la sup
posed the killing was accidental, though the
matter la to bo Investigated. Wo learn the
above aa wo go to press,
ill nrrlcil in Trxusj.
We clip the following notice from a Texas
paper furnished us by a friend:
Coi.kman HuMPtiKKYS In Goliad on the
1st Instant, at the rcsliieneonf Mrs. K.O. Peck,
by the Rev. M. Loughrldge, Mr. Tho. M.
Coleman or Rockport, to Misa Frank Hum
phreys, of Athens, 'Icnn. No cards.
We are happy to stato that the parties to the
ahovo contract accomplished a safr journey to
Hast Tennessee, and are now enjoying them,
solve with their friends and relatives in
Athens being at this time at the resldenco of
Dr. Atlee. Wo desire to add to the above that
wo wish thorn ii long life ol happiness, and
may the union prove as strong and enduring
In nflectlim in It Is binding in force.
I.'iil mill Oilier lli-leflctM.
Tho next Issuo of tho paper will bo on the
Kill of January.
Our long lime and truo friend, P. L. Gam
ble, of Chattanooga, was with us on Tuesday.
Capt. II. C. Gillespie, Knoxville, pleasured
Us with a call a few days ago,
Tho Municipal election occurs on Saturday,
2d day of January,
John Gibson, at the Drug Store, haa got
some mighty good Pilla for tho Holidays.
Three prisoners sentenced to the peniten
tiary lasweek all colored.
Don't fall to witness tho Masquerade To
appear on our streets to-day Friday.
We wish our patrons one and all a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year,
Selioru & Homshy, at the post ofllce, have
nice assortment of Christinas Confections.
Wo noticed anvoral car loads of fine beef
cattle on our streets this week. '
Several largo droves of mule havo passed
through in tho last few days-Southward
bound.
The supper given by tho Mara Hill Presby.
to 1 1 u n Sabhalh School last Friday evening,
vas a nice alfalr and a gran J success.
Tho nightly meetings at the Hoard of Trade
are now sparsely attended owlnir no doubt
to tho temporary ahsenco of tho President.
I shall not aell goods on credit after the first
of January, but remember that all barter
will be taken for good ut living prlcea.
Come right along. r, c. Haflkt.
Don't fall to subscribe for your county pa
yer at tho commencement of the new year.
Clilpa, nad Thing.
Congress ha adjourned to Mb Janurry.
Cincinnati bad $20,000 fire on tbe Smb.
Dr. Huntington decline tbe Iowa Bishopric.
Tbe Tennessee LegiaUtur meetl First
Monday in January.
Tbe Jackson Whig and tribune i to be i
aued daily on and after the 1st January, H75.
Tbe colored delegate in tbe next Congress
will number seven.
Tbe roof of the Catholic church at Sedalia,
Mo., fell a few daya ago, killing three persons.
The best aign a merchant tan have U a good
advertisement In a well conducted newspaper.
Gen. Finch Tilghnian, of Baltimore, died
Tuesday aged 63.
The Eagle Woolen Mills at Gallatin were
totally destroyed by fire on the morning of the
lHthlu.t. Lo TO,000.
A. P. Potte's gin-houe, four miles west of
Spring Hill, Maury county, waa destroyed by
tire lust tvek.
Coose Sand cut and mortally wounded
Mood Bay in an altercation at Silver Springs,
Wilson county, on last Wednesday.
The New York Sun thjnks It might be pos
sible for General Grunt to make Mr. llristow
tbe next President.
Theie will be four minister of the gospel
In the next Congress. Two of them are Ile
publicau and two Democrats.
Hsdenville, in Massachusetts, bas suffered
another terrible disaster in the breaking of a
dam.
Fletcher Lane, one of the oldest cotton fae
tor of Memphis, died of heart disease in that
city on the IHtb.
State Senator Jones, of Cannon county, as
sumes editorial control of tho Woodbury
Press.
Joseph Knowles, senior publisher of the
Providence, Ithode Island, Journal, since
1838, died Tuesday.
Lewis E. Parsons has been appointed U. S
District Judge for Alabama, viceBusteed, re
signed.
Kd. At. Kaglaild, has sold the Hunlsville
Independent to A. It. Wlggs, it original
founder.
Colonel Samuel Pike, said to have been the
oldest editor in the United States, died at
Lccshurg, Ohio, on the 15th instant.
Jefferson Kives, one of the proprietors of
the Congressional Globe, dropped dead on the
20th of apoplexy.
Col. S. II. Colms of Sparta, committed mil
cidc last wc.'k by shooting himself through
the head.
An Ohio editor Insists thaf'Monthiy school
reports must be handed in on Wednesday of
each week to insure their publication."
Asa prcttey general rule the charity that be,
gins at home isn't tho kind that '-covers a mul
litudu of sins."
The Iron Works of the Great Western Kail.
way, Reaping, Pa., were burned on tho l!tb.
Four hundred men were thrown out of em
ployment.
A Chicago gectleman has sued the Times of
that city for $100,000 damages to bis character
The Times asks him to knock off the cyphers,
lake a dollar, and call it square.
Gov. Brown Las engaged the services of
Col, A. S. Colyar and son to prosecute the
murderers of Mr. Uaur, the Grnetli postmas
tcr.
Hon. Jno. 11. Rice, member of Congress
from the First Illinois district, died at the
residence of his daughter, in Norfolk, Va., on
the 17th instant.
Col. Samuel Anderson, of tlanta, Ga.,
formerly private secretary of Gov, Crawford,
committed suicide on the 21st. Financial em
barrassments arc assigned aa tho cause.
A New Jersey paper has this paragraph:
'A deaf man named Tad', was run down by
a passenger train ami killed on Wednesday
morning, lie was injured in a similar way
about a year ago."
An honest farmer, being asked why hn did
not subscribe for a newspaper, explained:
"Because my father, when he died, left Hie u
'.'OD4 many newspapers, and I have Hot read
them through vet,
The Killing of oi. lli ItVrifWtl.
Wo learn the following facts in regard to
the death of Sell) Bedford, which was noticed
a few issues back: A man living on Bedford's
premises, having committed an outrage, was
severely chastised by Bedford, who, we un
ileitiiliu woiiUI Imvfl lievn jtiHilablr tn kill
ling him. Tills man then went to the county
site, procured anmo soldiers, searched for Bed
ford, and failing to find him, tho soldiers re
turned. The man, It I supposed, then secret
ed himself near Bedford's limine and as Bed
ford was returning homo shot lilin dead.
Deceased was living on Red River, Louisiana,
and loaves an estate worth $10,000 or $."t0,ooo.
Wo congratulate our fellow-townsman, W. C.
Ilafley, with other relatives, who have fallen
heirs to this handsome estate.
Nil ii I a 4 'Iiiiisi
On arriving in tnwn amid the noise and
confusion of the crowd, accidentally scattered
a few of his Toys around the Square, but be-
fore leaving etreelcd arrangements with Jno.
E. Gibson to tnako the Athens Drug Store
headquarters for his mammoth display of
holiday goods, embracing everything from
tho child's, toy to tho costly and valuable
present. And what Is still better, Santa In
structed John to sell these gooda cheaper than
any other houseoutsldoof the principal cities.
ClninU ol'Trrius,
After first ol January next. I will not sell
Goods on n credit not even to my best per
sonal friends. Can sell cheaper and do better
for my friends and myself not to sell on tinio.
Will bai ter for ever thing, but must have pay
down. Would also notify all who are Indebt
ed to mo either by note or account, that after
tht flrst of next January If not paid, they may
expect to aettle with an oiliccr. T. F. GinsoN.
Ilrflet'f ion.
The Past-where Is Itf It ha fled.
The Future? It mar never come.
Our friends departed? With tho dead.
Ourselves? Fast hastening to the tomb.
What arc earth's Joys? The dew of morn.
Its honors? Ocean wreathlnir foam.
Where' peace? In trial meekly borne.
And Joy? In Heaven, tho Christian' home.
London County.
Mk. IviNB: I see yon are rather gasslni
about some hogs somebody aidd nit lliwassiie.
I wish to say to that man that they were pret
ty good hogs, hut I bought of Mr. V. K Le
noir, near this place, two thoroughbred Berk
shires that weighed respectively IM4 and Mil,
aggregating I, OHO lbs gross. A. W. COXAIIT.
Phll&dclphla, Tcnn., Dec. 10, 1874.
4rtirlt innsi (JrorerlcM.
1000 Creole Oranges, 1000 Malaga Lemon,
100 Coroanuts, Maxani's Choice Mince Meal,
Raisins, Citron, and Currants. Just received,
prr Express, and for sal Inv by
2t.)v IIendkrhon Dkmknt.
Camber of FNada per llathH.
Wheat, '
Corn. on
ois 33
Salt
Coal
HI)
GO
i).
4.V
4ft!
I'eas
Clover Seed
Millet Seed
Tlmolb Seed
Hungirian (irassHeed
Blue Urass Sed
Red Top or Herd' Grass Seed
45
.14
.14
.14
2
a:t
.65
0
14
Orchard Grass Seed ..
Dried Apples
Dried IVache
Chestnuts
White Besns
Brau (wbCal)
. umber
of h1U Per
Lengtb.
Vi inrhe
inches
3 inches
indies
5 Inches
8' Inches
3 Inches
1 Inches
6 inches
0 Indus"
2 inches
3 Inches
2 inches
8 Inches
lohd.
Xo. per lb.
600
2M
J HO
no
AO
4ft
3D
n
H
200
1!S
210
60
Size.
Jl common
4 cnmiiiori
H common
H common
10 common
12 common
10 common
20 common
40 common
00 common
0 finishing
10 finishing
fl casing
10 flooring
Alliens I'onnilry mid .llrfclilne1
Work.
Wm. Gardner, Jr., having this day with
drawn from ibefirmof N. CJonesACo.lt
is necessary that nil debt due said firm be
paid at once. All accounts remaining unset
tled after tbe 31st of next month December
will be placed in the hands of an o Ulcer for
collection. N. C. Jones and W. 11. McKcldin
will continue tbe business, as heretofore, un
der the style of N. C. Josks Co.
Athens. Tcnn.. Nov. 2.1d, lH74-4t.
A I in unite si for 173.
The merchants now are nearly all supplied
with almanacs for the coming year, for grain
itous distribution, and we ad vise our readers to
supply t hemselves atonce. We notice In every
almanac there is a leaf devoted to Dr. Ilart's
Great Remodles, viz: Great Relief, Blood and
Liver Pills, Xervc and Bone Liniment and
Symphyx, and Mrs. Winslow's Worm Candy
and Vermifuge. These remedies are becom
ing very popular.
milliner'.
Mrs. C. M. McConncll and daughter, next
door to the store of J. Matthews A Co., are in
receipt of tho latest styles of Millinery Goods,
Trimmings, Ktc, to which they invite the at
tentiou of the iadles of Athens and vicinity.
Mindful of the liberal patronage they have
received, they respectfully solicit a contlnu
ance of the same. Special attention given to
Millinery. Nov. 13-0m
Cog llill-.civ Nlore. .
We would respectfully announce to the
citizen of Cog Hill and vicinity that we have
a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Fnmi I y Groceries, and General
Merchandise, cheap for Cash or Produce at
the New Store-Win. M. Casa' Mills.
Dec u-4t. Jj. H. ReeD.
. toiler.
The accounts and notes belonging to the flnr
of Robeson .fc Nixon at Mouse Creek, arc In
our hands for settlement, and all persons in
debted to said concern are notified to call and
make settlement at onco. Tlicv have sold out
at that place, and the business must he closed
up. Robkson A Nixon.
Nov. 0, 1ST r,02-tf.) Athens, Tcnnessco
,ew Toy Nlore.
Christmas Goods, Santa Clans, Flowers,
Fruits, Vases, Toys, Books. Ac,, Ac, Ac
Kverytliing suitable I'or presents for all ages
and sizes. Presents useful as well as orna
mental. J. 11. Reed, South Cormir. Dec. 11-It
Awtlec.
This istoglve notice that my sons, William
and James Sheltoii, of Rliea comity, have full
aiitlioritv from me to trade and transact bust-
ness for themselves. J. M. SllELTON.
Dec. IS, 1S74-U.
Parlies indebted to us have been notified
lime and again to call and make payment
those who have neglected to do so can now
settle Willi an ofllccr. McKuldin & Co.
Athens, Dee. 1, lS74-4t.
!ew Toy HI ore.
Gonlidfeastyoiircycs. J. II. Reed. Dee. 114t
For choice Confection, Fruits of almost
every kind. Toys of all sort ami sixes, ma,
qucrade costumes, ,tc, all at lowest price
call on or send toJuo. K.Gibson' Drug Sloro
Mil II I II 'lllMM
Would respectfully announce to the citizens
of Athens ami vicinity, that he has taken up
headquarters at the New Toy Store, South
Corner. Dec. II-It
Parties In need of Wall Paper will certain.
ly consult their Interest by calling on Jno. 10.
Gibson, at tho Athens Drug Store, before
buying elsewhere. Doc. lS-tf,
v, o n n i: : i
Allien Mnrkef .
.VTHICN8. December 21. IS74
New Corn (ear) lliict. Flour3.00forfamlly,
Bacon, 12 to 14 cents, La-d. In tin eaii
lft ctsjhggs, wanted at 20 eta. for Christmas;
Meal 1)0; Ilav.rOal.00 tier 100 lbs.: Oats. 60:
Feather, live ifecse, 60; Beeswax, 2ft; Uairs,
2 cents; Peas 1,00 .wanted; Irish potatoes 7ft,
scarce; woou yenow muter J. cut, scarce;
urcsscti rounry, i uracys, ui; (.iiickent, i.
f'allioiin I ro tin 'o Mnt'lcef.
COKKKCTKI BY It. K. MAIM IN a ROM.
Cauiocn, Tknn.. Dee. 2.1, 1H74.
Wheat, white No. 1, 1. 10, red No. I. .nn;
Flour, fiinulv .1.00: Com. 7.': Corn Meal. 7ft;
Oat. At) i Pork.S.oi); Lard, llalft; Butler,
prime yellow, Jft; F-kks, 'JU; Pe:is, clay, l.oo;
lleans, white 1.26; Dried Peaches, halves Ua7;
(ilarters ft; Feathers, livcgcee 60' Pea Nuts,
t int. i. ... i . , .
i, "if, iicsmmi!, i in.,inr, irresseil roillirv,
Turkeys 12c;ChiekeiisSc;Coltou Middling 12.
Her Ail erl Uenienls.
To llio Public.
T HAVK IX STORK A HKAUTIFUL VA-
I rletv of Upnprul MnrclisnilUn n,l a.n.ni
to keep replenishing as the demands of my
trade require, and I beg you retnember. as I
don't Intend to credit, that I will sell remsr.
katiiy cheap for cash or barter. Respeeifull'v,
J. A. TI RLLV.'
Coghill, Tenn.. Dec. 20, l74-4l-:til!t
Administratrix Sale of Land.
'pilH SITBSCRI II Kit WILL' SELL AT
1 public outcry, on the premise, on
.Hominy, 9Hh ility of .lunnnry,
lS7ft, l0 acres of land, situated In the filth
civil illstriet, McMInn county, Tennessee.
A portion of the laud Is under cultivation,
well watered, a comfortable dwelling house,
barn, arch arc). Ac. The nronertv lielomrs tn
theeMnreof Levi II. Knight, dee'd, and is
sold for dlstrlliutlon.
Icrins: thre half cash, blne In one and
two year time.
:i.RRII;T.I ANK KNIGHT, Acrnt..
or Margaret Knigkt. admr'X.
Dc,2. lS7l.it.a.-.l
EYE INFIRMARY,
i it. i oi.no H
8 SlCCE-?l'LLT TREATING ALL
1 diseatr of tbe Eya with bison remedies,
at his Infirmary, near Daltcn, Georgia.
He bu Xevet Failed to Core a Cue
Ibstwaa under his imtnediat treatment.
HU remedies never gtv pain to the most tvn
sitiv eve. Sin J i'or Circular.
Address. L. A. FuLSOM. M. I..
Dev. 2ft, lM74-ttin-9iit' Dalloo.Oa.
HIII'.IIT'M H4I.IU
BY virtue of an execution lsued from the
ofllce of tbe Circuit Court lerk or Rhea
roiintv, Tennessee, snd to me directed, 1 will
oiler for sale o Hie highest tilJder, fur clsh
in hand at the Court-house door, in the town
of Washington, on MoinUv, the flrt day of
February. 1176. all the riuht. title. Interest
and claim that Charles Morgan ha In and to
the following property, to-wit: A tract oi
p.ireel of land I) ion In'Croninore's Cove. In
tlie Wh civil district of Rhea county, Tennes
see, adjoining the lands of D. Vterlione.
7.. P. Oldham. Itufiis Morgan's beirs, and
Phillip Fout. containing l'U acre more or
less lioinir tbe !:!d tbe ssl I Ctnrles Morgan
acquired bv descent from hi father Louis
Morgan, deVd. levied on as the proHrty of
the said Charles Morgan, to satisfy an execu
tion and costs that W. K. Green, as admlnisJ
trator, of Louis Morgan. dec'J., recovered
against tbe said Cbsrle .Montsn.
It. L. (JARRISOV, Sheriff.
B Jamkh G. Bi ttram Dp'y Sb'ff.
Dec. 25, l874-4t-pr fee $:i,ou-:w!r
4 . IK :h i i: r ti ti:.
State of Tennessee, McMInn County.
Most and John Harrel vs. Elizabeth Brown,
and other.
IT appeal ini: front tbe allegations of tbe
1 Bill, which is sworn to, thai the defend
ants (ieoige Brown and wife Elizabeth
Brown. James Munds and John llsrrell, are
non-residents of the Stale of Tennessee: It I
therefore orderc J that publication be mad
for four consecutive weeks in l lie Allien
Post, a newspaper published in the town of
Athens. Tennessee, requiting all of the above
mentioned non-resident defendant' to appear
on or before tbe 1st Monday in Fehfuary, 1)75,
that being the February 'I'crm of tho Comity
Court for said county, Jiien and thereto plead,
answer or demur to complainant said Rill,
or the same wil! bo taken as confessed and set
for bearing ex par'e as to them.
LON BLIARD, Clerk.
Dec. 2ft, 1874-4t-prs fee $1,00-3011
I'liiins-rry OiipI, A thru. Tenn.
W. J. Bettertou A Bro. v. 8. F. Dixon, ttal.
Original and Attachment Bill.
IT appearing to the .Master from the allega
tions of complainant's Bill, which is sworn
to, that the residence of the defendant S. F.
Dixon, is unknown to complainants, so that
the ordinary process of law cannot be ervcd
upon him: It is therefoie ordered by the Mas
tcr Unit publication tr made for four successive
weeks, in the Alliens Post, a newspaper pub
lished in Athens, Tennessee, requiring him to
appear before the Chancellor, at our next
Chancery Court to be held at the Court-house,
in Athens, for McMInn county. Tennessee, on
thfl4lh Monday of May next, then and there
to plead, answer or demur to complainaots
Bill, or the same will be taken for voufesied
and set for hearing ex parte aa to him.
J. M. HENDERSON, C. A M.
Dec. 2ft, lK74-4t-prs fee $4.00.iltl!l
THE LAST
POSTPONED FOR
A FULL DRAWING!
To, 27.ii February, 1S75.
THE SHORT POSTPONEMENT NOW
Announced is Positively the Last, and
a Drawing will Positively be had on
27th February; in Guarantee of which
we pledge ourselves to refund the pur
chaso price of Tickets in case it should
not.
T II 13 S 0 II U M 13 IS
One Hundred Thousand Tickets,
20,000 GIFTS,
ONK (IRANI) CASH GIFT
One (irand Cash (lift
One Orand Cash (lilt. .,
One Grand Cash Gilt,
One Grand Cash Gift
B Cash Gifts, $20,00(1 each. ..
10 Cash Gift, 14.00!) each...
15 Cash Gifts, HUM) each..,
20 Cash Gift, 8,u:l.1 each....
25 Cash Girt, 4.0.10 each ...
SO Cash Gifts, Jt.OllO each.,..
BO Cash Gifts, 2,000 each ...
100 Cash Gifts, 1,0110 each ...
240 Cash Gifts, riiio each..,,
fiai) Cash Gifts, MO each....
1!),000 Cash Gifts, fiO each..,
.$250,000
. .. HM),000
. . . . 75,000
, . . . ftO.ODO
, , . . 25,000
1011,(100
... 140,000
. ., 150,000
, ... 100,000
, ... 100,000
, . . , 1)0,000
100.000
, ... 100,0110
. ... 120,000
. . . . fto.ooo
... n.io.ooo
2,500,000 DOLLARS
i mi'TN,
A L L O A S II.
run i: or tic i4 iri s.
Whole Tickets $ 50.00
Halves 25.00
Tenth, or each coupon 5.00
II Whole Tickets for ... 500.00
22H Tickets for 1.000.00
Tho Payment of Gifts will begin the fifth
day after tli draw'-igt Tickets must he pre
sented or sent to Room 4, Public: Library
Building, Louisville, Ky.. where they will be
taken up and paid by ( ash ('hecks upon the
Farmers and Drover Bank of Louisville.
F.very Whole Ticket has ten part, faoh
part be'ariug the number of the Whole Ticket,
Therefore, a Tenth of a Ticket entitle the
holder thereof to One-Tclilh of whatever the
Whole Ticket mav draw.
For Tickets unci Information, address.
THi. K. IIRAM I.KTTK. Agontsnd Manager,
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
Dee. I, IN74.tfob27-iSJIl
H. K. SLOVEN,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
SIGN PAINTER,
Athens, Tennessee.
LL KINDS OF WORK DONE AT SHORT
1 notice. Plain, ornamental, neat, and of
latest styles. Prices to suit the times.
Dec. I a), H74-tf-M7H
A Valuable Farm for Sale,
C CONTAINING atO ACRF.H-2.10 cleared
J and In cultivation aliont 70 acres of good
bottom land, good d'.velllwg house and barn;
also, tenant houses. It la well watered with
several g.iod snrlnes; Is situated In the llth
civil district, McMInn conn l v. on the water
of Connasitigii Creek, I2:j' miles south of
Athens, 4 miles from lliwasscn River; conve.
Iileiit tn a permanent school, and to good mills,
snd In a uclifhl'orhoh I noted for Its morality
and pnlille spirit, This is one of the best
farms In the county, ami I will sell it at a bar
gain, as I am determined toell.
icrins: (inc. third cah In band, tut ha .
a nee Li nn'n and two years.
For further particular apply to tlm under-
lgned at CnifMIl, Tenn. K. W, CAKLOCK.
lee. l74.nin..'ljB
It 14 J N I OI K
SOLE AND UPPr"K T.EATIIER, FO
sale at WILLIAM CO'.
CantrelP X Road, Tenn., Ms; !, '74 I3
REMOVAL!
ROBESON & NIXON
HAVING REMOVED INTOTIIEIR NEW
and eorumodiou snore Rooms, at tbe ulC
taud, are now in receipt of by far tbe
LAllOKST STOCK OF
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
ever brought to Athens, bought alnee the
Heavy 9eclLno
in all
STAPLE GOODS.
and will positively be offered for
CAN II, uoott r II O I 1) C l
and to
Prompt 1'nktoniera, aliopl I list,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Itisuteleit to attempt to enumerate their
titock comprises
and is complete id ail department, and will
lie kept fully up to the demand of the trade.
They would respectfully ask a call and ex
amination from all v. ho wish to purchase
GOOD AND CHEAP GOODS.
itoitr.Na Ac .tiio.v
Athens, Tenn.. Oct. 30, 1874-tf-V.l
HIE ELETI0 OVER,
AND
WILLIAMS & CO.
QT1LL AHEAD WITH OXK OF THE
Kj largest and best assoneii stock or
r au uj mm liiu'wi uuuuvr
ever brought to this section of country, con
sisllng in part of
DRY GOODS,
of all descriptions, full line of
iiAumvAui:,
very large stock
li i:i:mwaim:,
very lino selection of
BOOTS AN I) S II O K S,
(or Men, Women and Children, good stocl
HI?AI1 .11 aim: ci.otiiixv.
(1ROCF.RIES. of all descriptions; tn fact,
everything it takes to make a lirst-clsss coun
try store. These Ooods have been bought at
lovvest possible cash prices, and will lie sold
very low for CASH or OOUD RARTKR.
Would siiv to our old customers ana tlie pull
He generally, to call and examine before buy
lug." Nov. M, l74-tf-il(i3
J. F. CAMP IIT3 h Lt
WITH
G. II. IlEESE & DUOS.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
GROCERIES AND TEAS,
207 and 209 W. PRATT STREET,
it a i r i n it it i:
( Establiihed li'15.)
KJTt'pcctal Blleniiori paid to consignments.
Oct. 1. lH74.1y.3ftf)
NoticeChange of Schedule.
rX AND AFTER THE 1ST OFJANUA
Vrv, 1M75. wo will sell (loods for Cash or
good Merchantable Hurler. Have aold on a
credit until we are forced to stop and collect
Can't run without money have made fair
test and find the thlng can't be did. A II ner.
sous indebted tn us bv note or account will
please come up nnd settle the same, a we
cannot indulge tiny loniier. Ourstock will bt
found full, and cheap for Cash or Murder, hut
win noi sen on creuu, nespeciiuiir,.
WILLIAMS CO
Cantrell's X Roads, Nov. 27, 1N74-tf-.KU
irOME AGAIN.
T I he. Ciilnriisi of .Vclllnn and
Hiljoinins I'oNnlM-sjt
4 FTF.U AN A RSEN'CE OF TWENTY
1Y two years I have retuined tn reside
among you, and propone, to put up Saddle of
a quality
DiirnMc, Noat, mill IJoniiliful.
All of irry work ahall be miu'e by hand
Saddles, Bridles and Harness
wfll hn substantially refitted. All orders for
any article in my line will i promptly at
tended to, and all who pitrc.bae article of
me shall have value received. I do earnestly
solicit all to call and see my work, ami give
me yoltr trade. ,Shop up stairs, ahovely'harley
Olbson's store, Atheh, Teritsee.
OEO. W. MAYO',
Nov. 27, 1M7 l-tf-IHAj Waddle Maker.
DR. J. C, G R A N T
DENTIST,
a t if r. x ft. ' u rti r. h n i: t
OF F I C E A N D R ESI D E NCE-M A I X 8 T.
East end of town,
Athens, Tenn., Jan 2,t70-ly-1ll
90.000 II i:AIITIl.fi: Nlll-VfJI.r.ai
WANTED, IN EXCIIANOE FOR Hoi,
low Ware, Plows, Cooking or Healing
Stoves. Cane Mills, or Corn Hhellers, at
ATHENS FOUNDRY M ACH'N WORKS.
Athens, Tenn., Oct. 2ft, li74-tf.nil
4-OR Al PORK
WANTED, IN EXCHANGE FOR HOL
Inwarn, Stoves, Plows, Corn hhellers,
Ac., and In pur men t of arcnunta due at
ATHENS FOUNDRY A MACIPN WORKS.
Athens. Tnn., Nov. 27, li;4.t.3fi
W llll IMS, ZI H MER.M A5 fi: AVIISO V
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Oommis'nHerciants,
m. i uay Aiiii:i:T,
KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE!
TK KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI
TT ery large ttwk of
TOBACCOS
O I Q- A B S,
s if a A R , C 0 F F E
ftnJ olbe'r
G K 0 C ER 1 E S
We are wholesale a;enW for the ale c?
Rockord Cotton Yirni',
Virginia Salt, ana
8ycamore Powfle r Co.
MT W I' H Und' of Troduce and ")
licit order MT (rrarti. ,
t IT We ofler special mdircemenls to tlluse
who bur for ch.
Nov. 20, l!t74-8in.3u4
N. C. JONES.
W, H. M'KKLMN .
ATHEISTS
Alliens, Tennessee,
MANl'KACTl'KK PIFFKRBKT KIXDI Of
GRIST AND SAW MILL
M A C II I N E It Y,
PLOWS, HOLLOW Ml
COAL GRATES, tit, Ef&
a Lao,
REPAtR Alt KINCis V JlACIlfNERY
Threshers & other Agricultural Jmplements
at short notice and on reasonable ttrnis.'
v, J4.'i:m a co.
Athens, July 1st. Ifl7-tf-f4l Proprietor
John S tkpii kiss.
foil's U. ftYSN.'
STEPHENS & FLYNN,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
Commis'nMsrchantSy
NOS. 41 and 43 ALAIUMA 8TREDT,
A I I.UI I, fli:ltUI A.-
Constafitly 6ft hand very Lirgo ttotka of
Coffee, Sugary
Syrup, and MolaJet)r
Candlei, Soda,
Sardines, and General Groceries,-
DOMESTICS
AT I ACT4HIV IMCK'i:.
Soffctt consignments of
O It A I N, I it o v i s i O N S,'
AND
COUNTltY IMtODTJCIw
Orders for Orocerlcs will havi prompt atten
tion, and be fllle I at Insidk ritirkrt. P'licclaf
attention (flvcirto i'oufgi,'inHtitit nul
PROMPT RET URN 8 MAD K
sillvlMIE'sN&l'l.l.fM,' Atlanta, Oa.r Nov. 87, 1874-:in .
C. K. L I D K,
WITH
DINSMORE & KYLEy
WHOLESALE GROCERS'
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IMI'ORTEKO AND fUllflKHH t)V
Virginia Tobacco and Havana Cigars
N O. ;tW PRATT S T R E K T,
iMiritiom:, .71 1
( ICilablithed 1j:.)
Dec. 4, W4-ly-t!0
Jxo..M. Vanxkrhom C. Dkwkkmk,
Late of I.ouUvllle, Ky.
J. H, VANNERSON & CO.,
(eiccitaaontf to VAXSEnnox JACKaoff.)
tjommis'n Msrchants
GRAIN, HA Y, FLOUR,
axi
FO'VX SIOITS
45 JACKSON ST.. A L 4. I N 14 4iA.
Dee. 11, 1874-1121 .
TIIOS. It. RUSSELL "
ATTOItNU Y A T LAW
Aiiirti, Ti:iiii:Mi:r.,
Wll.f. PRACTICE IV THE COURTS 6
McMInn, and adjoining counties
Orrtcic-Houth Cornor.
pt. i, if 74-trua

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