This institution will be opened the first Monday in Sept. 1889, and continue ten months. Students may enter at any time. The course of study includes all branches usually taught in such institutions. The instruction will be thorough and practical. The social, moral and religious influences are good. All boarders will be carefully looked after. Send for circular.
J.C. Williams Prin.
Did you hear it? They Have Dropped, and Here Is the Slaughter.
Cheap Goods For Every One.
A handsome line of men’s and boy’s clothing and overcoats. Fine hats and caps of the latest style for ladies and gents. Fine underwear. Hosiery of all grades and prices. All styles of saddles and bridles. Wagon harnesses. A complete stock of hardware and farming goods.
I Defy Competition and mean to sell.
Cash and Barter is my motto.
Jo. D. Hatcher’s Store, Eagle Creek, Tenn.
Situated at Nettle Carrier, Overton County, Tenn. Seven miles east of Livingston, and four miles south of Monroe.
Fall Session Opens Sept. 2.
Primary Department $1.25 per month.
Intermediate Department $2.00 per month.
Collegiate Department $3.00 per month.
Music Department $4.00 per month.
Mrs. Mollie K. Bowden, a lady of experience and eminent success in the training of children, will have charge of the primary department.
Prof. B.O. Bowden, seven years Prof. of Latin in Hiwassee College, will teach Latin and sciences.
Albert H. Roberts, late graduate of Hiwassee College, will teach Greek and mathematics.
Mrs. Nora Roberts, a young lady of experience and thoroughly competent will teach music and elocution.
Object, to build up a first class school upon a permanent basis.
Students from a distance can be accommodated with board.
For more information, address, L.H. Carlock, Sec’y Board. Nettle Carrier, Tenn.
North-East Corner of Public Square
To Sell Goods as Low as the Lowest.
We are Applicants for Public Patronage.
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415 West Main Street
P.O. Box 479
Livingston, Tennessee 38570