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3TEIB. 36, ". 137Q".
CL Quito, a larro mow fill on
Sundav nicrlit it not."
Kc8koo. '1 he iittiiiticn of our rca
lcrs U directed to this celebrated
medicine Sco new adveriisrtnvnl
From Norfolk Dui'y Juurii.1, Tic. 11 , 18
Konico. 'l l'-i rnumho is ropid
ly ga'iri j the) ccUliirrco of the peo
pie, unl lie i.LUHifiis tcM:n;ji u's
of itB x'.i ;iu s, fivni ly j.iactitioiiois
of tnod.t :iu, leaves i i doult that it
is a tVe i i mcdy 11 rmu n; l v ox hie
lil.COU, i.n ta 1 '. - K A 5 h , L
The last Mtiliml Journal contains
nn ml'c'e 1m m I'rof. R. S. Ncwtor,
.M. iX.l'jt.-idciit cf the K. Medical
Col' lo. e'.iy of Row ork, that
6j ( s.l.s in huh tesms cf its curntiv
pic .pet tie, j.r.d fcived a Fjccial re
t mn ci Jai on cf Kckco to the
jjj act li ic tiers of incd.clno. This is,
ve Iclicvc, the first inttacco where
tueli n.cd cii.es Lavo t een officially
ci doind ly ll.c Taculiy of nny of
tlcrrc(iial oli'reg, and nilectw
iu.t t rt d : 1 1 on vLc 1iill of JJr.
Lav kmc, i.s i mpu'.t.iier, and also
juts '-Kot-kco" in il:c van of all oth
er lu'didnis of ihe j. resent day.
J6a5" Tho extrcino cold weather
find tLe absenco of a part of our
Usual help will wo trut, boa sufli
tient exeuFC for tho inaccuracies of
this week's isue.
ttTi. Wo have received a copy of
J'(U l.'. ti, l uliithed at Washington,
D. C, J. fcfelia Martin and Frcdiick
Wo also received a copy of tho
JL.l ,:tij:, published at Lumlerton,
'. C. Wo w'U our hew exchanges
a lutulaiit nieces.
Mistrial The case of C. Chand-.
krs L'eudiick in tho Circuit Couat
i f ii ;;vi'.!e, J's.:r.g iv.ndc A mis
trial llii wc-k, will lo ctiiliiiued
v.r.ti! June -n..
Taumku's Dook. Wcliavo received
direct from tho publisher that splon
l'.d 1 ook entitled "How to make tho
Tr i m ray." It contains all valua
Me r.i d intewRting reading uited to
the wanls and taslea of our farming
population. Vo w uirer the price of
tho look that no farmer would he
without this excellent work if our
Copy wero only bccu. Address
Zcigler & McCur.Iy, Cincinnati, O.,
if you desire lo procure a copy.
tiff" Our advertising patronage is
rapidly increasing. To this wc at
triluto tho energy of our agents,
JlestrB. Geo. 1'. Kowell, N. Y., and
Horace Uodd, Boston, Mass.
Charily Ileitis nt Hoinr.
At the suggestion of one of the
following gentlemen, tho poor col
ored wido.vs and orphans of Mary-
vi'.lo and vicinity havo been kind
ly cared for this wcuk. Any one
therefor applying to Mr. W. A.
Walker may receive soma heln, and
when tho funds have been disposed
of wc shall bo glad to publish any
further donations, and tho names of
the contributors. This is a worthy
object and wo hope it will induce
other persons to contiilutc:
T.J. Lamar 10.00
1. M. ?nrtlott, S5.00
A. Bartlctt, ?3.00
H. 11. Ciault, ?3.00
J. S. Knight, 110.00
P. Z. Sharpc, 5.00
W. A. Walker. 65.00
J. O. Smith,.! 1.00
J. C. Edmonson, SI. 00
C. Burgher, 31.00
J. P. llayncs, 81-00
J. M. Hood, 50
S. B. McTecr, .50
SPECIA 'iTmENTI O N.
It is with more than ordinary in
terestthat wo invite the attention of
our friends lo tho "gueat nENDElt
son co. ky. scheme," which wo give
a prominent position in our colums
today. This is not one of tho potty
"gift" or lottery" affairs which dis
honest rascals so often attempt to
palm off upon unsuspecting people,
hut a straight-forward and legiti
mate enterprise, with a regular char
ter from Legit-laturo of Kentucky,
and trio full approval of all promi
nent officials and loading citizous in
tho Stale. Wo do not believe, that
any one po inclined, will ever havo a
more favorable oportunily to invest
livo dollars more satisfactory in this
Scheme. For any ourjlriends who
may desiro it, wo will lako pleasure
in procuring litcts. Wc have alrea
dy bright Kvcia! ourselves.
MAanitn On 25lh inst., at tho resi
dence ol the brides father, Mr. K.
George, ly ilev. S. Z. Sharp, ilr
fiamual Korex to Miss jsoga
1. Sco new advertisement of
John II. Haskell, Baltimore.
lf. J. M, Lindsey failed to reach
hero last Saturday, owing to indis
position. We will notify tho frisnds
of his next appointment.
CQ, Interesting . correspondence
from W. B. Scott, Sr., of the llepub
lican, is received too late for inser
tion this week.
Last Friday and Sunday night
were pronounced to bo tho coldest
of tho season by tho winter sages.
ZSr Wo cordially recommend to
our colored friends tho Harding
House. Sco new advertisement.
A Full Bud Complete Summary of Homo
and Foreign Kcw for I'uitcd Statu, Cana
dian Doniiuion, Newfoundland, l'rinco Ed
ward Islam, Dcriiiuila, Cuba, Honduras,
IJntiiib Columbia, Vancouver Inland, and
tho Sandwich Inlands. I'ublleheU Weekly
for despatch by the Mail Steamer,
1 ubl.shed in LOU LOU, Kngland.
Indigestion tot only cfTaol'a the jibyiica
Leo 1th but the dispositions and Unipcrsof ita
victims. Tho dy speptic bccotnei, U o,in a
m etsure demoralized by his euil'cringa. lie
ia subj.ct ty fus of irriiation, eullenuces, or
dejikir, as the case may bs- A prcternatur
Bl.ecEsiiivencss which bo cannot control
leads bim to nii cantruo tle vforda and acta
ofatboao ariutd him, and bis intercourse
even with those ni'ureet and dearest to him a
Dot unlrequcutly marked by exhibition of
tostincss foreign to his real nature- These
are the mental phenomena of the disesso, for
which tho invalid cot. not bo justly held r
bj neililo, but they occaiou much household
discomfort- It in essential to family harmo
ny as well as to tho rescue of the principar
bullc-rcr from a stuto cot far removed Ironi
incipient ineuiiity, that those symptoms of
mental d.ituiLtcc be jirompliy removed
This cp.n only be done by removing their
physical caute, a derangement of the func
tions of the stomach and its allied viccra, the
livor and the LohcIb- Upon thoe three im
portant organs Hosteller's Stomach Bittora
net bimuiunecuidy, producing o thoiough
and salutary change in their condition. The
vi'get.bie ingredients of which tho repara
tion is com) .'id of a rcnovuliug, rculutiDg
and altkkativk cl.uractcr and tho slimulaut
wiiii-h lenilu uctivily to their remedial vir
iui'js is the purout end Dbei that can be ox
ini .U'd lr in tho most wholesouio of all ce
reals, viz; aouud.rye. No dyspeptic can tako
this Rcninl restorative for a single wcok
without experiencing a notable improvment
in his R"uvrl huaith. Not only will hit bodi
ly sullerings abata from day to day, but his
mi Ld will recovertepidly from iu resvleM
aoss and irritability, sod this happy change
will mani'ofit iuelf -iij his demeanor to all
Wanted Immediately- A person
of fair character, age or sex irnmate
rial, at a salary ol 8500 per annum,
merely to mind their oxen business,
with a periodical increase, equal to
SIOOO per annum, only to leave
othor people's alono.
Asubordinato Club of this now
almoBt extinct Ordor has been es
tablihhed in Maryville, under dis
eouraging circumstances 'tis truo,
but with sanguino hopes of future
success. This Society will meet
in their spacious Hall every Thurs
day evening at procisoly 7 o'clook.
sj- Applications for membership,
with Testimonials, to be addressed
A. r. Y. N. I. O. T. B. 8,"
WAJNTED 1 WANTED ! 1
Old Iron, dry bones, and rgs,
for which tho market price will be
paid in merchandise and all kinds of
Tin-waro of every description
made to orderl Guttering and KoofN
ing done on short notice and at rea
sonable prices. Call and see me,
near Depot, Maryvillo Tenn., ,
L. H. Moobi.
MARYVILLE PRICE CURRENT.
Corrected Weekly by Walker & Gavlt.
Bacon, hog round $ lb 14al5
Lard, y lb 1618
Wheat, $ bu rod $1 00; white 1 14
Flour, $ lb 3.50a4.00
Corn, bu old now7585
Butter, $ lb...". 2022J
Eggs, $ doz 12i15
Cheese, ft lb 12 16f
Chickens, each, . 1U12
Feathers, $ lb 50
Hides, Dry, $ I6J
Hides, Croon, 7
Honey, gal. 200
Potatoes, $ bu (Irish) C5S0
Potatoes, sweet il G5(tf)S0
Beesswax $ lb 2530
Uin sang, Dry . 75
Cotton, lb 18
Linnen and cotton Rags lb 8
Apples, Dried, fj) bu $1 40
Apples, Green $ bu 50100
Onions, " 65(0)75
Beef lb 5)7
Annolnclmknt. We are author,
ieed and rcquosted to announco the
name of IIakti Brown as a fundi
date for County Trustee for Blount
County, at the ensuing March clcc
tion. To the Votert of Eluunt County :
At the request of many voters I
take this method of informing you,
the good peoplo of Blount county,
that I am a candidate for tho office
of Tax Collector for the next term
of office election next March. 1
do not propose to better the people
in ft Collector but simply propose to
bo a moro needy one, and, as I ftiri
one that believes that a change of
officers occasionally is better for
both voters and office Bcekcrs, shall
expect a hearty support upou fair
and honorable terms.
To the lotemuf Blount:
I take this method of annoucning
myself as a candidate for TaxCol
lector of Blount County, nt the en
suing March election ; subject to a
convention of the people.
J, A. Beakebi il.
Wo are authorized and requested
to announce tho name of J. II. Mors
ton as a candidate for County Court
Clerk at the ensuing March election.
Jan. 29th, 1870.
Wo aro authorized and rcquestod
to Announce tho name of Moses Gam-
bio as a candldato for Sheriff of
Blosnt county at tiro ensuing March
Jan. 29th, 1870.
I take this mothod of informing
tho citizens of old Blount that I am
candidate for County Court
Clerk at the ensuing March election.
If I should bo so fortunate as to
bo eloctcd, ir v term of office will be
andforbeare ein tho discharge of
my official d yt withprobablly somo
slight devia ns to suit customers.
J. C. McCor.
We are s thoriaed and requested
to announce F. M. Hood as a candi
dr.to for County Trustee, at tho en
suing March election,
FALL and WtfTER
IP & 0 JE 2 0 ST D 0.
. ... ,- -
MRS. M. A. BINDER haa just arnred
fromtFarta and London with the latest
dasigna, personally saleeted from the great
est noTekiea ; also, the most elegant Trim
mings lo be secured in Paris.
LACES, RIBBONS, VELVETS, BRIDAL
VEILS, FLOWERS, FINE JEWELRY,
and TRIMMED PAPER PAT
TSRNS,DRE8S and CLOAK
Exclusive agent for Mm. M. Wobk's cele
brated system for cutttnf ladiea dresses
sacques, basques, 4c
N. W. corner of Elerenth and Cbeanuts 8ts.,
Tan Bark Wanted !
TWILL PAV THEIHIGHEST MARKET
nnr ftT I 7J1 Hmk. dillrered either at
taj Tan-Yard, or at any point on the Knoi
Tille ; Charleston Railroad. Whei deliver
ed on the Railroad to be well ataeked. F r
furthar particulars call on the undersigned
. ,; Won nr adilress br letter, at
at . - "
I have a large Lot of Lsather, such as
Sole, Upper, Kip, Cklf,
which will eomnara favorablv with any
IMiher mnnufaetured in East Tenn., whioh
I will emhanffe for Bark. Hides, Ceia
Wheat, Bacon, Ac.
I hare, also, a
connected with my Tannery, and have an
hand ana will maniuacuire io raer, aia
qnali-ties of Saddles, of tht best material
which will be told as cheap as the cheapest
All worn wa,Tcmica, cauana examine.
W. W. La waive
New Tin, Copper
ESTABLISH MB H T.
Tho subsci-ibor vroul J most re.pct
fully inform th cititons of
Maryville and the surrounding country that
be has permanently established himself in
this place, where he may be found at all
times. He will attend to ROOFING and
GUTTERING, and will keen constantlT en
hand a good assortment of
which will be sold as low as tht narat
article can be bought elsewhere.
Fepniring of all kinds done nt the short
est notice, and on the most REASONABLK
Ilis a!u?p will The found on Main street
next door to J. A. GoddnnTs " New Druf
Store. Call and examine Ms work, and
hear his prices.
ITin. OTA3. RAFTER.
200 Sizes of Bar Iron
try Tbe increased supply J yaricty o
PIQ METALS enables them to mako an
IRON HVlt adapted for BLACKSMITH
RcLild ins and Re-
"pairing of Ma
chincry Threshers, Shelters,
CAST & V JtOUGlIT BUAFTLNG
TULLEYK, GEARS, PIUIONS,
,100 SI E GUDGEONS, .
Ar?'ikie f CaBtings made and
fitted for . , ,
Saw JJIUf, Flour Mills
Bark Mills,"., Cotton
Mills, Ac, &c.
" Plow Castings,
Rail Road Spikes,
C O A Li
a- All work Warranted. -t
ta. Orders promptlj flllod. "Tgs
Prices Low for the Quality of
the Work. f
Iu Office and Manufactory on &
T, fc. Ga. Railroad West of yo 't
KN OI VJTjLB, TENNESSEE .
H IM f 1M I Si
SYMPIIYX ! !
FaTe your Lucgs and Ltf?.
Wa feel conft lent in rccommsnding lhi
remedy to the pualie, that we briu? forward
the the BEST CURE YET DISCOVERED
KOR ALL UlSEAbfcS of il.e Lungs an1!
Throat, such a Coughs, Colds, IIoarries,
Poro Throat, Hnnehit-), Croup, Asthma,
Whooping Cuugh, Pain in ihe Breast, Influ
enza, Night Sweats, DilEculty of Breathm?,
Ppif.ing of Blood, Wasting of the Fleh,
and for tlie ecrwin relief of Consumptive
Patienu in the advance lAajes of Uie disfae.
This is no new preparation but has beeu
nsed with unvarying and never failing sne.
cess by one of the nn'tt eminent J'hysidans
of Cincinuati.'Ohio, tn hU practice for tbe
last twenty years.
It is a Purely Vegetable Compound, eotn
putcd ofHonu and Barks, wcJl known t
every Physician, for tUelr virtus in the cure
of Lung Diseases.
No Mineral enters into tho preparation of
And the disease once overcome by ita pow
er, leaves the syttern in a strengthened oon
dition. Five Thansand Ddars Is offered to any
one who will furnish a better recipe for the
cure of Lung Diseases.
T.'e have in our possession the mos
flattering testimonials of the success of lliis
remedy, in the curs of the most dreaded of
a'. diseases, Consumption, It is CbtimaUd
that 150,000 human bttr.ps die annually, in
the United States alone, w.th Consumption
and Lung Disesses, and Pnf. Carlton esti.
mates that one half of these nnlortenates
mipht have been saved to lives of useful.
ne, hadfthey but made use of the mostprep
r r emeit:es.
PREPARED ONLY By
Cliaml) erlain & Albers
Am 9 & 11, GAY STREET,
KNOX VI LLE ... . TFN353SBB
Tan Bark Wanted.
E have just opened a Tannery tt the
old Mt-CUin Tan Yard in Maryville,
Tennessee, and will give the highest
It A 11 K 15 T PRICE
TAN-BARK uxi HIDES, delivered at
We would thankfully reeeire all enstem
Tanaing for the citizens of the county; and
all care will be taken to pre full sstimctioa
to those who patronize us. We keep oa
hand leather, such as
Sole, Harness, Up
per, Kip, $fc,
which we will eichingt for
MDE3, TAN-BARK, WHEAT CORN,
We have, also, Saddle". Bridles, Horse
Collars, Ac, which we will exchange for
young stock -, such as
Ilorsei, Mules, Hogi and Cattlei.
Foi further information call and see for
yourselves, WELL8 A ALEXNAD ER
D.F.Willard. R.J.Allvn, T.V. Covin,
The uudersigned have this,; day associated
tnemselves under the name and style of
Willard; Allen & Cc, and nre now prepared
to Plane Lumber, 24 inches wide and under,
and tongue and groove Flooring and Ceiling-
We arc also manufacturing
SASH, BLINDS, DOORS,
SAFES, BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS,
Window Ac Door Frames.
All of which aro kept on hand or furaish
ed at short notice.
JOB TURNING AND SA WING
All work executed by skilful workman
and of the best material, and sold at cheap
rtes. Good Lumber, such as Pine, Po p1r
Walnut,fGum and Cherry, taken in ex
changer This Moy 17th, 1860.
WILLARD, ALLEN Co
40 P taMflf
FOR PALE BY
A, r. Thompson,
n a fin n
NO. K"5, UAYSntKKT,
Knoxviilo Tenn ,
p y m p s
Of every description and biz'h,
wrought ftoJ galvunizoJ,
Grates and Fenders,
tles ami Grates,
Japan IVesseJ nnJ I'iaiu
T I N-W ARE,
p.oonxa.'GUTTERiNo, srorriso and
JOB W.,HK IS CJVl'u.i.TiS ANDBHkEr
mos, uonk rr.i'M n.v a r buia-
rcr:on withir.g to rn's1! sn ou-t fit f
Kitchcu wil d3 well, a-d inti raoojj Vi
givo us a e.'lll lfnre parnh 'tjr.
Particular ationlioa is callcJ lo t-ur SUck of
8 T 0 V S $
Comprising the Largest and B ef8elclod
Stock in East TenueaiA II. vm? r1U
t emoved into Uie 5ew Building u'.Her
We hate iurreMed cu Stock and fnolll
tioe ford.injr work, and ujw olior Ooocis m
LOW as Uie LOEST.
U". A. Wnlkrr.
.s II. (l,tl
The undersigned, PtioccsHorR to
Walker A llevry, would re).(:cl.fiilly
announco to their fiiendtt niul cuhI--mere,
and the public genornlly, tlmt
they arc now receivini,' anJ opouing
for Bale at tho
Opposite the Court llouxc,
Diroct fro ai the Eastern Cities
a very dcpirallc n-rtment of
adapted to tho Rcasontfn
everything ufluaiTyTTThd in n
RETAIL ESTA BL1SU M KST,
which they propose to sell at oi
A 8 THE L OWES T
FOR ( ASH or PRODUCE.
Wo cordially invito all lo cal
and examine our GoodB and prices
WALKER & O'AULT.
Spring term hngitis Feb- 7,;i79, an 1 c n
linnes 5 month. Admi Iniinf 7 SO 7 j i i
f 10 per term half payable u Malice ii n
wuuaiii'lfr st the clueo of PB:iion. No 'I
auction (r nb ence, exr;pt d.r ifnri
y ogre meut. B- Z Shhi1, l'riuc pal.