BR I STOL NEWS:
FRIDAY, Jul 12, 1372
T. CFOWLEIl, TCditor,
No 1'ii.t.s ix tiii: worm ever had
anything like l!ic circulation of .Ay.
fk's Pi i.s. . Throughout these
States, Mexico, r.hd t?;c Central
American republics... down thy slopes
of the Andes, and across ..iho pampas
f South America, in negro villages,
nmid the fervid wilds of Africa,
throughout the jungles of Ind'.a, and
the steppes of interior Asia, over the
continent of Australia, and the islands
of the Pacific, these I'ms sue
known and everywhere used as family
remedies for d it cares. With distant ;
nations, their won Jc;ful cures attract
more attention than they do at home:
for the sentiment of wonder takes a
for deeper hold on their minds than
the results of a high scientific skill
with us. The r.nio:i'.it eotisunred re
quires seventy five thousand doezen a
day to supply it. An inspection of
the manufactory showed us how this
enormous dctmnJ is nndc and sus
tained. Added to tho consumate
tkiil of their c:np.)silion, is an ex
treme care i:i their manufacture,
which at once secures the most per
fect material and their most r.ccuralo
combination The consequer.ee is a
power and certainty in controling dis
ease which other remedies never at
tained. JliH. Courier.
We are glad to learn of t!ic increas
ing prosperity and continued growth
of Tins Sorm, published in New
York city. We notice in the last is
sue that it is now published by The
Sovtii IYr.i.isniN Company. 34
l'ark How, the new firm succeeding
that of T.,;i:i;:i:v & Co. , Tin; Sorm
is doii:g splendid service fjr our sec-
lion and we think our readers
he well paid in accepting the liberal
offer of the publishers to send it for
the remainder of this year for One
Dollar. Will not some of our public !
j-pirilcd citizens show their apprecia
tion of thi. earnest advocate of our
intercuts, by rnaktng up a handsome
club under their proposition ?
hie imti:i:x IVSSZO.
Ojrnt on iTIiil:ir, the Four
(truth Day of Oeloorr, 1S72.
rarmrrs of IV.ist Triiiifssrr,
Conic Out in Full Torre.
Mkssks IhiToi:r? : The Eastern
Division Fair opens on mondar, the
14th day of October, and will continue
the loth, ICth, 17th, 18th and 13th,
inclusive. We open on Monday in
order to give exhibitors an opportuni
ty of getting in their articles on that
day, ho as to get into fu'l blast by
i x mix t:n;:xTKi ri: km i r m.-.
Tiie Premium List" lor 1 872 will
be 'lie largest and the most attractive
ever offered in East Tennessee. This
we announce in no unequivocal terms.
The Director? have wisely discarded
fcilvcr ware, and only present money
premiums. The premiums of Society,
combined with the "the special pre.
miuuis," will aggregate about So.OOO.
0 er $SOl) arc offered for pure blooded
cattle, and over ?10(J for East Ten
KAIJMEKS, (W.IKOVT IX KOIU K.
Y'e appeal to the farmers of -East
Tennessee to come out in full force to
the Fair. Aim to make the occasion
a pleasant one. Let it form a glori
ous epoch i i your history. We proud
of your Fair and stand by it. Spare
one week, at least, and consecrate it
to the noble work of building up the
agricultural interests of your section.
Particularly do w c appeal to the noble
women of East Tennessee and urge
them to be present. Wc want them
to come from every part of the coun
try. Their presence will shed bright
ness and sunshine upon everything.--Ladies
come! We know your power
for good, and therefore, wc cannot do
THU MOST JtCMoKAlU.i:.
Rome how or other we feel that the
Fair of 1 87- will be the most memo
rable ever held in E ist Tennesse:.
Wc have a strong conviction that way.
It may be a dream Jii.st i iJi'eum
still we thus feel, and thus feeling,
we make the prediction. If a kind
Providence w ill only give us a clear
sky for the six days we shall be to
gether, the gathering of human be
ings will be immense ! Mark the pre
A TI LL ALL TOOETIIF.n.
"A pull, a long pull, a strong pull
and a pull all together" will "live us
success. . ... i
C. W. ClIAIiLTON,
Fecretary'Eastcrn Division Fair.
Knoxville, Tenn., July 1, 172.
Did Taiil llavr a M ild
It was an early question whether
the Apostle Paul was married The
passage in the epistle to the Corin
thians in w hich he s, eahs of himself j
as unencumbered with domestic cares, I
.1 .,r r,el..-l tl . 1, - . .. I
niiht have been a widower does not
even prove more than that he went on
missionary journeys alone. Oa tho
other hand, he seaks of his assent to
the death tf Stephen, and of his com
mission from the "Sanhedrim func
tions and powers that could not well
have neen exercised by a man who
was not a member o( the council.
ut wc are expressly told that this
jreftt assembly of the Jews included
only fathers, to secure a merciful in
tcrpretation of the law. An early ex
planation, too, of the "true voke fel
low" at the church, to
whome Ix bids to labor to reconcile
or assist Koodia and Syntjrclie, cog- j
inizes tiie w ife of tiie Apastle in the
jtbrase. Fho cpistlo was, it may be
siid almost certainly, written from
Rone, and during the time of that
iiM'i isonmcnt in which the perils of
V..c Ajio.sllc's situation were arava-
tt"! yy sorrow, ana mtiniale llioucsr
sio i f iiianv amor" his friends.
Ipniri::gr Ue Hum n flody.
' The fashion of utilizing one part of
! he human liotiy to repair another is
extending. - A young man iu Waver
lv. Iv. V.. had 111 lVft mashed by a
J" eaf, and a epacTof, tevrrr.l iitclres -orr
the upper part V-loughed .oft", Several
pu-evs orikvh were Liken oft the man i
arm and plat-i d tn the v und soir e
two weeks and have all "taken
root' and the-fool is fist recovering.
nvi: yea us a s.quaw.
How the i:!!i:mrc Was Taken
Cut of :t Ifmikec Srlioel
The steamer For.t n lie arrived at
this eity yesterday ii.niin, altera
three month' trip to Fort Reuton ami
the mountain:. A mom her ini?cclli.
ncoii" earo of rubes, furs. peltries and
Nebraska corn was a female named
Miss Amanda.- J'arln r, . S jiiaUinsr
Rear, m ho, in u !it ;f fanatical ro
liiainc, oliV-red lu-rsi If in I.;" as a vol
untary missionary to the Ernie Sioux,
then occupying the territory lAtwita
t lie Cheyenne river ami ikc'Rig Horn
Mountains. JVil-.otuh Territory.
Miss Earner created quite a sensa
tion in the Eastern States by her mar
riage vv'lh a yonn Indian named
Sqiiatlitirr Rear, who accompanied a
party of Sioux to Wushimrton in 1L07.
Miss U:ibjr was at tha ' me a clerk in
one of tho Departments at Washing
ton, in a position secured for lier .by
Ceiu Butler, before the impeachment
fiasco. According, to her own state
ment, made yesterday to our reporter,
he wr.s f.rmly impressed with the
ideality and perfection of the red nun
of the plains. She had -read every
thing relating to the Indian tribes,
from the reports of the Commissioner
of Indian A Hairs down to the latest
dime novel. In a fit of enthusiasm
of temporary insanity, the offered her
self to and Leer. me the wife of Squut
t ir.g Hear, a junior chief in- the Lone
Horn hand of Brule Sioux, and with
him and his party returned to the
Yankton ngem-y, where she was duly
initiated into her new life as a white
f'p.;aw Her romantic ideas of Indian
life seem to have received a terrible
shock since her introduction to her
new home find relations, and though
she endeavored to fulfill her mission as
a teacher and missionary to the best
of her ability, her progress appears to
have been as slow as the progress of
civilization on the plain. She states
j that lier first great surprise was oeing
required to mount upon a wild, vi-
! eious pony, and travel without saddle
or attention over the country from the
Mi-souri to the White Earth river, a
distance of several htind-ed miles.
lier inability to inane the journey
provoked mirth among her husband's
eompanions and finally exasperated
Squatting Hear until he bound her with
a rope to the jony's back and led the
animal himself, on the westward frail.
She was still more surprised to find her
husband possessed of two other wives,
one a vicious, dirty squaw of forty
years of age, the other a girl of scarce
ly fourteen years. Her life in his
wigwam, or i, epec, was not as bright
and happy as she expected it would
be. Her husband's absence was taken
d van tage of by her rivals to compel
lier to perform t.e vilest drudgery,
such as gathering wood, cooking
meat, an 1 sera-'ing robes for the tan
ning process, hut during Sqnatiinir
15i.r's presence at homo Miss IJaiher
appears to have been better trtated.
Her husband, in a viol -nt litot pas
sion, killed his oldest squaw during
the first vear she was with the tribe,
when without warning or notice she
was hurried otr to the main camp of
the Rules three days' journey towards
the mountain, and from thence she
accompanied the tribe on its annual
bnC'ah) hunt, where she became sick
from exposure ami fatigue. She was
left at a temporary drying camp at
Itawhide river, where sheattempted to
escape by walking to Fort Fetttrman,
a distance of sixty miles. For this at
tempt she was beaten until nearly dead
and then sold by her husband for three
ponies to a Cheyenne chief, v ho spor
ted the expressive sobririuet of (,'oo-
Coose, or P.aeonsides. She was taken
North in PS70, and has remained with
the Cheyennes ever since, until her
escape this spring, when she made her
appearance at and claimed the protec
tion of the authorities at Fort Denton.
Miss Darbcrs experience would no
doubt make a story more thrilling .han
that of the "Escaped Nun." She is a
woman rather plain in appearance,
skin tawny ami Mack, eyes una!!,
dark and expressive, voice rattier mas
culineand, in fact, just such a w omen
as Mrs. Colonel Anthony or Tennie
Chili n would .choose for a second in
command. Miss Parber conversed
with our reporter without the least
ilillidenee, and answered any oucstion
asked of her. She says that, so far as
the romance of Indian life is concern
ed, she found none of it. . Her etlbrts
to teach and reform the young Indian
children were treated with indiffer
ence and contempt. She learned
the Sioux language easily, but the
Cheyenne dialect was harder to ac
quire. She has a much higher opin
ion of the Chcyenncsthan of llu-Sioux.
The latter trib, she says, are to blame
for nearly all thieving and murdering
clone in the white settlements. She
found it necessary to paint and color
like the rest of the trine while s!e was
with them, and twice witnessed the
murder or execution of white men,
once a soldier belonging to the Thir
ly-second United States Infantry,
i who had been taken while out hunt'
I ing, who was burnt and scalped ; the
j otners were two teamsters, brought
from Fort McPhcrson. All three were
I burnt at a place called "Saddler's
Hill," in the Nebraska "Dad Lands."
Miss Darhcr has a poor opinion of
Grant's 2uaker policy, which he says
1 is a perfect tun e, and Is so regarded
by the Indians. She asserts that
there w ill be no peace while men in
trudointo the butlalo range or tempt
the cupiditv of the Indians bv brinir-
ing stock and valuables out into expos
ed frontier settlements. The Indians
have the greatest contempt for the
white mans's judgment and the ellica
cv of the soldiers.
Miss Harbor left the steamer Fon-
tenelle at this port, and after a few
hours' rest started on Iter way to the
home of her friends at Millford, Mas
sachusetts. Kaiuiua CUy 2'incs
' II. A. B1CKLEY,
Cf ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
- JC v
G0OD3ON-3RIST0L, Va. &Tenn.
A suimlv f KISK'S rATEXT ME-
l'hillippi, i TALIC CASES, all sizes, mainifac
recoucile i t,"',, w- Itaynioml &. Co.,. No.
lYcral at low- hlrurcs.''
is i earl .t.. r. .. on baud am
March S, '72. - tf.
MISSIONARY. BAPTIST CHURCH. -
I will ree! li'nl until the 10th of Sf.ty
JS72, for the imildin-f if I,ak.s Pkh k
U! k. h 1 , 0, on west M.iiii sln-ct. '
lit .....i; .!ii i . .
-n 't ifpnc ,.111 1.1" ms'iv in icr,
.piii ): . ,. i,.' i:Ln.-'.v;
SEYENTEEN GOLD AND SILVEB
Were awarded toCIIAS.M. STEIFF.
for the best PIANOS over 14 d liferent
Makers of w York, lialtimorc .and
O.Tice and New Wardrooms,
X. 0 N. LIBF.ItTY St., KALTI
The Steifrs Pianos contain nil the
latest improvements to I Xotiml iu a
iir-tclass Piano with additional im
pr;ivements of his own invention, not
to be found in other instruments. The
tone, touch and finish of their instrument.-caanot
be excelled by any manu
A large assortment of Second Hand
Pianos always on hand, from 75 to
Pal lor and Church Organs, some -0
different styles on hand from 5"0 and
upwards. ' '.s. :
Send for Illustrated Catalogue,, con
taining names of over 10(10 Southern
ers, ("ji.K) of which are Yirginians,1
who have bought the teill Piano
since the close of the war. .
KING & HILL,
ro;!-:fcn-rs anil Stiitioncii
ire our mitlioriz?! .Agents for Li itol,
m l Teioi.
mar IH lr-t!iJ sop 8 '71 ' ' - ' " -"
UV.V BOOT JISTJD
HAVB JUST IXV.CVA VKD from thk
tinett Shoe m o kct n the union si
kirse and thoroughly sorted Stock of BOOTS
A SHOES of fvery pra.le anil variety , also
roai.!.;! stock of LEATHER and FIX PIXU'S, and
now ollVr th.'m forS;t!rat rati heretofore n-iknnirn
In tliis country, , V.'e i.fffr to snp!y the r-t;ii
trade of lliiif ration, and to wliolsa!c t.i tin- trad
at iat v'iic!i raiu.cl lit .l.iMe to (nricsf 1 rora
p. liiion anywli'T.?. Ourli'Mise is !tit.nl-'d to d:it
the foaniling of n.-w business in Kiistol ami t
apply denial. d which cannot longer be ignored
has hern j.larpil before the pnhlic We olff-r eve
17 crinbi and rarieiy oniled to the country. ,r
JUmi'.-, Ladie' nnd Childreim' Slloi.f and Coots.
Our present larifo snd rplendid tick will b
kept np to Jt present tnlll ird from our owi
in-ir.u factory, in whirh we Mre ik.it rtinniiif: a nam
her ol hauJri ami from whirli wp will turnout jual
ily of work, very fcupenor in niorit.
: Sioc Makers
r ii'rmr nhtaiu r.f n hra at ho-n erervthinir theT
n -ed in the v:ir of iiniteiii! or iui'leii'ent. nch a-
Sole J.ereher. hip. alfiind llane Skins, 1 hreail
Kar", Wfbli'inr, VarniNh. Pattern", XaiN. I'unch
e-, l ine -rs, KycleUs, KIcsif, r-jr, I.a-tx, A.c,
Call at the Sign of (he CICJ COOT.
G. W. Fkost & Wm. II. Tkammell.
Feb. 2..tf. Main St., Bristol
To any person pro Incing any Jlolicine able to
show one-third as Many nriim, perin-inent rurer
'.is 1'it. I'm. En ? VBHKTAr.i.K Kesedy . itml nnvth-
nr linrrml 100 for but ease of Chronic or lu
ll iiiimatorv Klieinn:iliin. Rpnralcia. llbenmatic
Juaii. .Vciiiiira. and Kheunialism of the Kidne
It will vn! pr;, e. The Kltemnatir Syrnp is vifi iv-
w ir'l'jj oj..'y. pleanHi.t to the taste, and jrnaranteed
free from iniiii ious Prus. It is not a iiu-M k .Med
icine, but Iho Rcientific pre.niption nf Jo. P.
Filler, JI. I)., Professorof Toxicology and Chemis
try, graduate of threelirated Univcrfity of I'enn
sy'lTania. A !., 1S3:!, w!ioe entire professional
life ha been de oted specially t tho disease.
This preparation un.b l soli'nnKiath is conscien
tioiisly beli.'Ted io be the only positive. r-liaMe
infallible spi'i-ifc everdiscoveted. The proof that
no otht-r specilir exists is fon-id in every cominunl
ty in person afflicted for many yean past and still
snilrln.'' If IJh'iicitnx cttt'tt cure U, if it xpf.ci
tir: riitl c.rnv', thin wonhl not he to, a fact that
must ba uuirersally adiui'ted. The oft deceived
snff'.rer may wisely ask, what secniitv orevidence.
has he Miat )r. Filler's K eninntlc Syrnp will cure
his case. 7"be pioterlion offered to patients acainst
initositiou iii in a lecally viKued contnict which
will he forwarded without charge to any sufferer
sending by letter a description of aflliction; this
jrnarantee will stale the exact number of bottles
warranted to cure, and in case r.f failure the mon
ey paid will bo returned to the pat lent. Ao (.til
er remedy has ev-r been offered on such liberal
and honorable terms. Medical advice, with cer
tificates from prominent 'hysicians. fierpyine.i,
etc.. who have been cured after all other treat
t'l'Tt failed, acnt by letter, cratis. Afflicted cor
disdiy iiTit.l to write for a.' vise to the principal
office, 4." South Fonnh slret. J'hilndelphia, Pa.
lr. FiilerV Uhcaiiutic Syrup is sold by Druggists.
Dk. Bcntixo, A pent,
ILLIAM 0. STKATTOM,
Try o no
W 1) 1)1 U
FA Sill OX A li L Ij
SUITS FURNISHED! Coats, PanL
and Vests ma-'e to order.- (!oois fur
nished in splendid variety at W. G.
Mercliant Tailoring EstaMistaeiit,
One door East of I. B. Dunn & Co.
My Rtock of Cloths, Cassimers ami
ami Vestinps is far tiie best ever olFor-
ed in Bristol, and I am prepared to
furnish elothimr made to order at very
low rates. During' 1371 I will adhere
to (he Cash system and will guarantee
satisfaction. ; .r
W. G. STUATTON. v
,-FOR SALE. ,
I am ready to negotiate on very
favorahle terms, the sale of the most
valuable water power within the vi
cinity of Bristol. It Is within one
mile of -Main Street and furnishes, a
fall of 17 feet with roon above that
point for more than one Factory. with
fall of twelve or more feet. The
property is peculiarly valuable and
can be had at a price low enough to
entice manufactures to our locality.!
... I. U. FOWLER...
I20O Caddie!, Cjvurters r.nl half boxes fine.
. niclium sua couunon old work, manufac
tured Clrewiug lol.acio. - . .
June 7. - Lkk, Taylor & Co.
300 Barrels! Trown, C'r?, Crue !, Cut
Lonf, rulvcriied and Cranr.latc 1 Fiyrarg
Juno 7. . LEE, TAYLOll '& ft).
f0 lv,i;ri, p.i i. Li-riiire an 1 Jt. iVff..e.
June 7. Li:k, Tayi ok & C'.
' -A . - r . I J
e"V!i i . i -' .: , i.
SOUTH AVESTEItN VlRCilNIA
wiriv'l .i.u.t.ilv ,..fh rt...t fr'.m 4 trill. ffr the
pnrise of aJojirj a:L!a? rmprovtmectsii
Macbinei-v at the Xoitii". ic arn .'nw prejiared to
iiiake aiei furui.-U the f.dlowjiig JIachiiiery and Iiu
lements ! ' ' ' " "' '" -;..:.-.
Stauonary and Portable: Eiifrines, Cir-euhir-Sa.v
Mills, Uribt and Saw Mill
Uariinr, Sorghum Mills, Tohheco
Fixtures, Horse Powers, Thrash
ing Maeliines, Si!jerior Sinst
. Machines, JI::rkillIK Wool .,
Carding Machines, Pick- ,
crs, Plows and Points, of the :i
most approved Patterns, Kailinps,
Columns, Stoves, Building Fronts,
Cast Windows, and Door Frames, Sor
ghum Boilers', &e.
The a! tent Ion of MIM.-WIZIGIITS i particnUrly
Invited, aa we willput up
suitable for every variety .f Water and Steam
Cower tliat they n.'ay prefer. Jl 'ivhants in Ibis and
the adjoining rountiua will be anpplied ith
PLOWS AND POINTS,
Yew York Premium So. and- i. Bradley,' I.lv-
ineston's and Hill Side Plows nf all sizes. -Old
Iron and Copper taken in fcxchiingo for Oast
We are Mannractureis Agent or the sale of
Fieru-h Huhr iiiil Stones, Holting, V.ow. rs and
lleapers; together with any other ilachiiiery Wan
ted that we do not make.
Beat quality of Master kept constanfiy on 'land.
A Tcwciitv Horse l'.i.ginea:d ('ir-a!:'.r Saw 51:11 now
for aale ioil"; also one-- Korly-s.x inch, t'irculai
J. I?. BARRETT & CO.,
Messrs I. ,H. !)HX?t .& CO., Bristol, Tenn., are
our a-ents for sale of all goods kept by .
Uarchll. lS70.-tf. J B. Baemevt A Co.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
rcrjcd for the euro of Scro
fula, bcrofuloaa Taint, Rheuroa-
'ism, wane swelling, Ciout,
Goitre, Consumption, Brdnchi
Jj, Kirvoua Debility and all dis
eases arising from an iniiure con
lition of the Blood.
Tha merits of this valuable prepar
ation are so well known that a passing
notice is but necessary to remind tho
readers of this journal of the necessi
ty of always havine a bottle of this
medicine among their stock of family
Certificates can be presented from
many leading Physicians, Ministers,
and heads ol families throughout the
South, endorsing in the highest terms
he Hind Frlract of Ko'atialit.
Cr.lt Wilson Carr of Baltimore
3ays 'l;e has used it in case of Scrof
ula and other diseases with rauch sat
Or. T. C. Paph of Baltimore.re
cflmmeuds it to all persons suffering
with diseased Blood, saying it is su
perior to any preparation he has ever
Rev Dnliney Ball of the Haiti
more M. . Con lerence South says ho
has beenso much benefitted by itsusa
that he cheerfully recommends it.'
all his friends and acquaintances.
Craven dt Co., Drupsists, at Gor
donsville, Va., say it never has failed
to cive satisfaction.
Ham'l ti. SIcKadden, Murfrees
boro, Tennessee, says it cured him of
Rheumatism when all else failed.
Rosadalis is not atecret quack prep
aration, its ingredients are published
on every package. Show it to ycur
rc9ician anci ne win teit jruu it is
composed of the strongest alteratives
that exist, and is an excellent Blood
Furifier. Did our space admit we
could rive yon testimonials from
every State in the South and from
persons known to every man, woman
and child either personally or by rep-
Bosadalia Is sold by all Druggists.
CLEMENTS & Co.,
Baltimobb, Sole Proprietori.
JOHN P. HENRY,
HO. 8 COLLBGK PLACB,
Ix'cv York. W.Mlctalt Agent
Mny 21, lt-72. ly.
FRIZE KEDAtS A Vr'A t CEP.
Wm. EH ABE & Go.
Manufactur r.t of
GRAND. SQUA1SE AND LTEIGIIT
It A LI IMOIilJ, MI).
rniiESK Instruments have been before tin-
1 Public for nearly Thirty Ycare, s it 1 im-
cn their excellenre almie attained ami nup ir'Vl-.l
)rrt'einmtnce, lruu-u )i-unuai:ed lueiu uneiia-uiru.
All ct nr S. ,1.1 PianiM hare f'nr
Xew ImiirrtTed OvcKsrurxit cale af.d l"e
vi'" ,i'o w ia! J cill attention tn onr late Talen
ted lini.nTement iH GKAXU. 1'IAAUS and
Swl'iKli UKAXDS, f.iund in nn other Tino, which
brinKtlie I'iano nearer I'ei feet ion than ha yet beun
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTED for 5 YEARS.
R.!f We are bv upeeial arraneiiient enabled to
furn!i Parlor OrcntiK and !.11elideoni of
Hie int celebrated linkers, 11 noi.tSAi.E a.D Kii-
TAII. at I.OWKKT FaCTORT I'KteKB.
1 Host rat ed Catalogues and i'rice Lists nronil'tlv
furnished on application to
W.W. K'ARi: A C'O .Baltimop.!, Md.
Or anv of orr regnlar established Agencies,
Oct. 13- ,1 i Co.
, . r
In Bristol, 7cnn.
WE have just removed into onr Nkw
HorsK, where we have opened a rare
and select Stock cf Dook.s and Stationery,
L'uihraorrfg School, Blank and Miscellaneous
Book, Cap Letter, Hill, Mourning, Initial,
Account, oto an t Lcril Cap ritror. huve
lores in almost endless variety ; Inks, Idttc,
citrmtne and violet; Slates, cedar find elate
rencils, Fancy Pens and penholder!, wall
paper ; "Paper, Oil and rustic shades, pic
tures; frames and haniringf, photograph al
bums; "pnints, scaling wax, diaries, ledgers,
1k ketif, "records nnd blank nooks of all kindp.
Blank note!?, deeils and " niorHges, monthly
Jlasazines nna llluptratea 1 apers. Show
cards', ritsitin cards and mncillae, an 1 in
short everything pertiiiuing to onr lincofbu
Vc are Agents firt'ic.Sile pf the Cclehra-,
te l Stciir A'itauos, Mannf ictiired iu lial-tiniiij-f.vhicb.we
can sell at Uow Prices and
on trr!iij-.to suit buyers and the hard times.
1'tncrs hn re brcn llerfncerl ami
wc are determined to" remain in the Uonk
business," and will sell lower than' nny one
else. I'vook.-; hot on hand will Lo furnished
on fclmrt Boiicc. ' Music furnitshed to order.
We pay no rents an l tell aecopling to our
expense.' ' '
Come and snstam our effort at specializing
trade. Wc" propose to save you inoucy ftud
6ell you Bn.iktf che:ip. ' ' ; ." ; ' :
We have oil S;ilc a large lot of , .. . .
MA TTRASSESaiul FURNITURE
at tin.lorj prices. " . . ,
1 KING & HILL.
April -2S, 72 tf.
" Jake Warning!
I HEREBY warn ail persons who, without
special' pcrniisi-in, may hereafter Le
found Hunting, fishing or otherwise tres
pifiiinjr nn my land. " 1 aw compelled to take
this steii in self defence, an l will enforce the
law kjuititt Mith Rtrtie.-.. -' j
. 'jwr.nt-w, ivfcj.
April 26 72, -fin. e. ..
Kill & HILL,
L ynchbur'ff cidyerliscme7its. x
TE HAVK.TUKXEDOVHtoUrt UN
, . -hM. Stsek jot Faruiti re ia Er.-tl
KIXG it II I LI,
'- li 0 O KS E;Ii L ERS,
Main" SntKr.T, Uuistol,
1 ' '-.
Whawillcoutixiucio do;e out our Stock tit
C T, atnl al.o net as Aukms ix Bhisti l,
jiiJ receive orJerts lor
FURHITUaa "& MATRASSES
it r u.
We regret the circumstitncew which render
it neceisary lor us to close our Bristol House
hut 'take I'leftsuro in g.-tyinr to our many
irieti'ls who snaporte.l uu liberally, that we
ire ftill in their reach, anl will be pteaped
tofuniilithcniut priceti thut we guarantee
Kin & Iiiil, nre our AuKXTs.nnilyou Cus
save money by kviying yu orders with
them. , '- --.-. . .
UICKKHSON it TIIOMrSON,
' - CG anl 6H Market btreet,
O A '. 21.
. ix - '
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL-
' " AND
ff!!LLINERY,KATS. BOSKETS. SC.
; GEO. EL RUCKEa'3, ,
AVIXO JfST COMPI.KTFD TliK HE-
cent ion of my Kfock of SPUING
an.l SUMMER DRY ClUOUS anl MlI.l.lNE-
in every dexrHiition, J coidially invite the at
tention f my customers and the public loan ex.
.Uiiimilioti of the asKortmeiit, amiDiiiiK' theui thai
tin y hr.ve !ol nothir g by waitins for tbo iiewesi
tyie md derline in juices, roiifcquent npon u
ha'ckwanl SpriiiK biiKinc. They can now obt;iii
at this l!oueall the noveltiea of the season, an.!
st earh low pricra its must insure their re'ii'y euli
Call to see u, a we are dt-l.-rtnlned lo aell.
CliO. il. KL'CKER.
May 10. 1.
50 dross atortcd eiie "round Mtifitnrd. r
J0 " " " Milton r.l:ukinj;
50 ' Toilet Soars,
5!) " AYashin EIneiiirt
50 IIoxcs Lamnlry Starch.
301) Pounds best Indigo,
5!)() " J.I.tdder,
1000 " Kxtrntt Logwood, . ..
100,000 "lTly8"&G. D. Caps,
100 Dozen Lo:i Ilniu'ile Hroonis.
Juue 7. 1jI-:e, Tayjx)U & Co.
100,000 feet safety Fn.se.
:i()0 ) Kcir, liille and r.histii" Towder,
M00 Uarrtls fresh sfroitnd Hydraulic Cement
I fill " Calcined I'lastcr,
200 Itoanis Wrappiii'r Taper,
15 H.-.irs. Al'tj.ice, IVj-por nnd Ginger.
June 7. Lkk, Taylok & Co.
25 Qr. Clients choice Hlaok and Creen Tea
June 7. Lke, Tavlou A Co.
HARTFORD, COLLINS & CO'S.
Cast Caststeel Plough
We have a sample plow f Cftbt Castterl
(Muleboard. J.aiulbide find point, all steel.
We invite the attention of Farmer to thii
very Mtperiur l'loudi. ("all and exaniiuc it
mar. 3-tf I. II. LiU.N'N CO.
SINCLAIR & Co.
No. 1G L'xjht JSfriTi,
AGUICIL1UUAL IMPLEMENTS nnd
Growers and Importers of
GAUD EN and FIELD SEEDS
Offer to the Farmers and Merchants of Ten
nessee the following L.i boring bavit.g
lMichinrry ud lii!piciuc.i!, viz :
Horse-Power Corn Shcller,
With and without Fan
Virginia Hand and
Double and Single S;out
' Hand Shcllers.
Screw Propeller and Masticator.
Fodder, Hay and Straw Cuttes
Corn and .Cob Crushers
Planta ion Grist Mills.
Hay Presses Ox Yokei
Cider oud Wine Mills,
Farmers Saw Benches,
Thrashers and Cleaners,
Wheat and Guano
Plows all Patterns,
Plow and Machine Castings.
Also Agents for the
;Self-Rake Reaper and Hower,
And MONITON MOWER.
All of which will bo sold at the LOW:
EST CASH PRICE.
Dee. 22. tf. ,
THE AMERICAN .WASHER!
The Amcrlran Washer Saves Noney, Time,
The Fntigttc of 'Washing Drty no Longer
Dreaded, but Economy, Efficiency, and
Clean Clothing, Sure.
IX calling pnlilic attention tn thU little mar Linn,
nf.'woftlie invaluable qualities, (not p'x.rxe!
Iit any oilier Wachii! MachiiM) yut.iiifenUO sro
It i the smallest, m--t romp:irt. mnt pnrtab'r,
moBt nimplo ia eonhtrnctlm. it eai!r upeuited.
A eliild ten yearn M, rith a few hours prartieo,
run thorn uglily emnprehei.d and etfectu:iliy n-e '.t.
1 here 1 ui aUjusiiiiK, noncrctrd id amiof, nmic
l;ir in aJai.tiiiK .' It i always ready f.ir at! 1
i a perferl little wmider . It is a miniature lant
duing nwre -work itul of a letter qnaliry, fhan th
mont elalmrnte and t"Kt!y. :e half of the ahur
is fuliy ared by it" ne, anil tli rlotuva will kist
one-half lunger I han hy the old pla of tlirf mli
board. . U will Wuell tiie lar-en blanket. Tiil"e
liirt at a time, wwhing thoroughly ! In a wor i..
the &blatioii of any fabric, from a Qniit to a I,ac
Curtain or a Cambric llandkxri liief. .r tually
within the capacity of thia MTTL.R -EM ! it can
be fa-tmd to any tab and Uneu off at will.
So mailer how deep rooted a j rvjudice m:r x
ltagaiiMt Wahins Jlk.biu , the moment thli lit
tle atiackine in aenn to perform ita wmioers.all
doubt of ita rleauaiui; eflicarr uul utility are ban-l.-hed,
and the duuter aw! ! "Inn lor ill oi.ee ke
enmn the fart frienda of the ipaebi'.ti . -
r baf eUtimiHii!n without eu.l, ae It in forth
Ita nnmemua advantage, M"r all oiliera, and from
hundred' who bare thrown aaide the unwieldy,
ce!i MaeliiiiMi, which bare aipnaPy failed toac
complieh the object prmni.-cJ in prominent and loud
aounditur adcerthieaieiit!". - , , -
It U aa perfect for wanning ai a wrli'eT "i for
wrlnginK. Th price another paramount iiidaee
ment t- purchaser, b5 been pl-ed s low that It
ia wKhin th reach -of ererr hoimekeeper. and
then a nortirl-W dowwetie -omwiy that will
repay Uie tioail hireniment aon-. .
. r-,c S550 --w.-i' ;'. I--
AIl tb.it i ajkeif for!hlflK8iTT.Jlon .VAVKK
is afair Irialj He gnarantu eacU aiachiue 1 do i
lit work perfectly. j
lt; .Koi.aaxr rott tbe Tsirrn StaTi, i
i A, .11, fit 1.CICTm a -. . !
ft LI narkrt Jlilato pliin. Va. i
The lc.t an.l cJimj-j t V'tM'Ptl V."il,L .
if rsi; in th r.,tt.
Oct . - t, 1-71 Sin
: !!; atcnlMcdicmes:
?- f- f
Is widely known
as one of the most
ever discovered for
cleansing the sys
tem and purifying
the blood. .It has
stood the test of
W years, with a con-
uiaiHjn, Daseu on lis
intrinsic virtues, and stistained hy its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and j et so searching
as to effectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. 'Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly known,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
Boils Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt ltheum, Scahl
Head, IJingvrorin, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and . Liver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female "Weakness, Debility, and
XjCUCOrrlioca, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons,
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring, By renewing the
appetite and vigor ot the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor oi the season, .hven where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vijror and a new lease of
life. - "
PREPARED B T
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLX. UY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
J. WaLaaa.Prorn.tor. R. H. McOoml Co., Druftrisu A
AgcaU, Saa r miciKii, cal and S4 Comnwic, urt.1, I
BIILLIOX8 Bear Testimony to tbelr
Wonderful Curative Ellecta. .
They are not a vile Fancy Drink, Jiade of 1'ocv
Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Kefu
Liqnora ilortorcd, tqiiceil and sweetened to picas tl.
tivte.cnlled " Tonics, " "Appetizera," "Restorers, "1c,
tlmt lead tiie tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Meuitine.nia.le from the Native Roots nnd Herb
of California, free front all Alcoholic Stimu
Innta. Tliey are the GREAT III.OOI PlHI-
FIERnml A LIFE IJITINfi PRINCIPLE,
a perfect Renorator and Invifromtor of the System,
carrying oft all poisonous matter and restoring thebiood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these Hit
ters according to directions and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted
beyond the poiut of repair.
They are a Gentle Pargntlreas well aa a
Tonic, possessing, also, the peculiar merit of actfiiff
as a powerful agent in rolierinft Congestion or InSam
nintion of the I.iver, and all the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, in young or
oM. marricil or iiif;le, at the dawn of womanhood or at
the turn of life, Uiese Tonic Bitters have no equal.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhenma
limn and Gont, Dmpepnla or Indierstlon,
liiilcus, Rciuitteut and Intermittent Fc
vern, DisettKcn of the Rlood, Liver, Kid
neys and Bladder, these Bitters have been most
successful. Much Diseases arc caused by Vitiated
lllooil, which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Oicnus.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION. Head
ache, Pain io the Shoulders, C'oushs, Tightness of the
Chest. Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the stomach.
Bad Taste in the Mouth. ISilious Attacks, Palpitation ol
the Heart, Inflammation of the bunts Iain in the re
gions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Tbcy inyijorate the Ptomacb and stimulate the torpid
Liver and Bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy in cleansing- the blood of all impurities, anil im
partins new life and visor to the whole sj.sim.
FOR Sli IN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter. Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
buncles, Rini-Worms. Seald Head. Sore Eres Er?ipo
la. Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration vf the Skin. Uuniors iihI
Diseases of the Skiu, of what.-rr name or nature, ate
literally dug up and rarrici out of the system in a slnrt
time by tbe unaot tluike Uittera. (Ju Im.iiI in aurli
eases will convince the most incredulous of their cura
tive effects. . . . . , . , , . . . ; .
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon 6nd its im
purities buretins through tho ekin In Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores ; cleanse It when yoa find it obstructed
and sluggish in the veins : cleanse it when it is foul
and your feeling will tell you hen. Keep the Wood
pure, and tbe health of the system will follow.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the
system of so many thousands aro effectually destroyed
and removed. Eas a distinrnished physioloeist.
tliere is searrelr an imlivi.liiul ntmn tli. r,M nftl,.
earth whose body is exempt from the ure-ne of
worms. It is not npon the healthy clement of the
bOily that WOrml eUlst. hnt nivm thn iinmnn
and slimy deposits that br-l these livini monsters of
disease. No System of Medicine, no yriiiifiu'-s, no
anthelmintics will ve Uie system from worms like
i. WALKElt, Proprietor. R. fl. McDO.VALD & t'0
DngtltU and Gen. Arrent. San Franetsco. Califoruia.
jo-J 3i atl 3t Commerce Street, N 'w York.
txr-jai bit AL!i r.amtzn dealers
June 1G, 1S71. tf.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
hair. It soon
or gray hair
to its original
color, with the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by ita use. Nothing can restore
the , hair. where . the- follicles, are de
stroyed, or the elands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair ia produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the Lair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently, prevent baldnes-j. .The
restoration of vitality it gives to the
ecalp' Arrests and prevents the" forma
tion , of dandruff, which w often bo un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious; , substances which r maW
some preparations dangerous and inju-.
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only
benefit bat not harm it If wanted
merely for a. JIAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil m Ii ito cambric, and yet-, lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. j. C. Ayer k Co,,
, Irmc4icaJ and Analytical CImmuIkU.
: I " '
'-A.T THE SIGN'.-OF.THS,
WH 0 LIS ALEjA HD :BETAI L.
T . Blousitain View
The next Pfssitm, of Tive Months, of tliis Sv i:-ol for Votii'cr Lai!k., w i!J
co iimtm-c on tiie JOt!i ofAnsuxt IstJ. in ihar-i' of the following tuu-Ltrsi"
' ' RE7. D. SULLIES, L. EL, Principal,
and rnovri-Fon of jikntai., .voir.u. and aivan i n naivkai. t( ir:( i-.
Prof. K. DKICIIMAX, D. Pir'., rrofwor of --Mttlivinntios & l.ttiTiw
ilK.s. II. Ii. (.'11 A N CEA I ' LM K, PriiK-itil avhu mic 1-cj .! r.t i:i. "
Mhs Sl'LMXS. I'rinciji.tl I'rirnarv jti.tl Pit tur.tt.rv lifi'nruneiits.
MlksK K. f'OX nrtd T. ,.'A KDU'Kl.L. As.-i.-t;ii.t, "
Piioy. T. E. HACK ICK. Tt nclur yivMc, Pr.intiii-r ni.l Draviij.
. M. A. Ji. .SULLI.NS, M tro.
- .. Term?, pev Session of Five rontlis'.
(ONK-HAI.K IN AIiVAXt K VSLVSft BY S1TI I A I. t i.VT.K-f I
J ri miiry i H' J ;t l lltit'li t,
Pitj itiratorv JV .-inin lit. -
Acaiicinie l)i'p::riiuisii in Two I'Lirsfs. 1 CI.i?,
Culifpiate Dt'i'iirtiiioTit, iiu-Iiulinjr Latin, '
' Mxlt rit Ii.-Mtiitinut s, fin li.
Musk- on Piano :usi (Juitar, carli, -
l'aintinir ami Di.nviujr, t at-Jt, -
Nt'fiilt-woi k ami I""tiilroi(lt-ry, each,
Vocal ! ivons to the w hole Mhoul
SjK'tial 'o-al h-.(.;-,s - -
Board and wood, - - .
Boaidin dij-mrlinciit in cliai:i- of Principal and ni Yuit
Ladies funuVli their-" own pihow-casi. sneei.-, towels and liil A
Washing ran le l.ad at a dollar Kr nioir.li. ' Xt deduct ion from li'Js unlt--ii
cases of protracted iiikness.
I'or iai"tiulars addrrss the Principal at Bristol, Tenn.
xViig. VI lSTl-ihanjjetl jel.7.
... -aat 1 a... -
liespeetiui y iteir nave to call Hie nttt
ithir Southern States to their stij t rior
iBOUND I'LASi K! of J'AIMS, or (i
tn izeu lei iuizer ir irain. iiras
n i A . i) t i 1 1 1. 1 a i t;s
-ALT and WOOD ASHE ; whirli they are now iiianuiatturiii.' on an i.!.i'
-;rale. - .
In orler lo inf rrdnee these FERTILIZEBS info i,(re jrert ra) v f. ! i "
.onfidint that a trial is all that is meesHary to in.-urr their it f.n i t- m
Ii-terniiiied to oiler them for this iasot at the following t xtu n:i Iv h i liits
viz: 1 '
Plaster cf Paris or Gypsum.
L'ot f; $t.OO ptr lot,. Uroinnt S.CO prr 7 .
Holston Ccmbincd Fertilise rrF.
A. J m ilitij riafti r a ml half V7 - . . in ... ,
V. ' It,.'? !........ r r -..,.. ...... .... ... .", t ' I '
.., . ii.s tii.i.i , J P(ft (111(1
Th- OROUND rL ASTER ami FERTILIZERS nre i vt vp in -1 1
taeksof eon vp limt sie for liandlimr : and all are l()-..f -.! ..n ;l
These FERTILIZERS were nod V. ith
States, during the hwt sca.scn cii
COTTO.,TOHS'C-0, WliriT.'OtfS A.I CR.1SS!!S.
iml we ofier tlii-ni to the pul,!?,. with full (-.,.f,!, iIfc j u t;r M 1,'ori
1 1 ovtr others of much higher ioj t.
.V. It EZ. LETS.
WHOLESALE &c RETAIL
Tl lB .-STOVE
WE HAVE FORMED A PARTNERSJI.'R FOR TUE PFRPOSE OF
carrying on the Tlx & Stovk Rusine-.-, l oth Wliolcnalo & Retail.
Our Mr. Kki.t.kr will devote his per-onal attention lo Maiitifncturinc ami
puttinjr up work, nnd eseially outtloor work, and from hi long experience
can insure full .-atisfaetion Loth as to price ami quality.
Our Mr. Bkmwki: will be found at the Salesroom on Main Street and will
be glad to see his friends at all times. ,
Parti.-jlar attention paid to ROOFING and f'l'TTFRINO. ami !' Hortc
warranted. We keen on hand a srood lot of COORIXC STIiVrs.-f
'ami pattern!?: We still keep the Krrrhlor. than which no U tter Stove lim
been made and can furnish any repairs
sell. - Call and see ia. , .
msLiL slsz .
;TIHS new CORN PLANTER, just
conin.islrps what has al
absolute certainty as to the miantity of
ucwntcn lilt: IIUIS.
variation, as any press of the seed
the quantity dropped. -'- " " ; "
.-Ht J i-'ti .'."il -li-.i. i
nf i"xT?a?M!,eT lIevk( suPcrsC'- the necessity of itv and iusar-s AU
oUJ.LTh UKOl LARlTi in the numlcr of nrai;is deptxsltt d.. The dtiance
peiween uie nuis can be rejiulated nt will... We ,l.ve no LesUation in sa
mjr that it u tie best. Planter in thi market. . .
t Should it by an iwsilbilitr' miss a tli r,., a't tl,.. l,m !!sis
bound to see it. and to know the reason.
I . , l;r A K-rl.MCt:,, fa.
rep "j-ly. elm .Nir, lo.
& PLASTER CO
ntion ot the F:.rii,.r of fi,
Kcrtilicrs, coi s-vth ir ,, ;.
VPSl :,!, (a v, IJ ki...wn nutl
tiitl ( tl i; I t'lul I he 'itI .s 7 i: S ffI
!" ri.A.-TKI- antlSAI T - n..i n i"i i i
l-i if OiHl A.iHS .Ji 2 S,f.'0
f t id
great suet ess thro'ifht vt t! c S
It Ji ft it J
J.V1 T . Id.
that may be needed for nny Stove we
JIartli V, '7i-tf.
bj: as. niicie
perfected by II. ?1. .cn,itJ, & Co., c-
seed plained, and a.s to the tlUut-te
causes the brusli to jk-Itl. sud incress
.11 .. .Y,-" . .
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