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rEltJlS OF DAII.T PiPrn
Pix months .".7.7
lCTwwk lX nonth-l,cr month Z
.TERMS OF WEEKLY PAPER.
Clubs of 10 coyies
BATES OP ADYEBT1S1XO IX DAILY.
'-'. OS BQCAEE.
. -J2Liln.e or ,eM eoli 1 constitute a square.
ltime. fl.00 Each additional insertion
i weeic, s.00 Each additional squaj-e
; w.r J 1 4.50 Laoh additional square
s weeks, . c.OO Each additional square
-., u, cq aaaitionai square....
Uw, g-Sa-fcaeh additional square
a months. 12.00 Each additional square
Iittstnass Cards, two squares, per annum
Waarter Colnmn, one month
i, two months 77.77
.. thrc months
?' - , . six months
three months .
r . two months...........
1 rr ' ' three months. .
.! 'x months ..
, ..... . one year
aoe 1 Local Column, ten cents per line.
Settees in Special Column, fire cents per line.
- . KAIEROAI TIME TABLE.
Kt Tennenwee Virginia and GrtiaR.R.
Leaves Knoxville at 11:17 a.m. Arrivos at Bristol
:) r.M. . , - -
Leaves Bristol at 5:37 a.m. Arrives at Knoxville
UX9 r.M. - -
Leaves Knoxrille at 1:14 p.m. Arrives at Chattanoo
ga nt 7:30.
Leaves Chattanooga at 41S a.m. Arrive t Knox
ville 11:02 a.m.
Thomas II. Callowjy. President.
R. C. Jacxsox, Superintendent.
Knoxrtll mid Kentucky Railrontl.
t.vce Knoxville for Coal Creek at 3:20 p.m. Arrives
. Knoxville 10:30 a.m.
- Joseph A. MABny, President.
.To us L. Mobks, Secretary und Treasurer.
KnoxTlIle and Charleston Kailroad.
Iraves Knoxville for Little River and Maryville at
2:40 rM. Arrives at Knoxville 530 a.m.
M. D. Bkardex, President.
M. L, Pattbbsos, Secretary and Treaurer.
f - n m i
KXOXTILLE POST-OFFIC E HOIKS.
The Post-Office opens at 7, a. m.; and closes at G,
p. x. Opens again at 7, p. m.; closes at 8, p. m. Office
open on Sundays at 1:30, p. M., for one hour.
The Eastern Mail closes 10:15 a.m.
" Arrives 1:00 p.m.
" " Opens for delivery 2:00 p.m.
The Western Mail closes 12:15 p.m.
" Arrives 11:00 a.m.
' " M " Opens for delivery 12:00 m.
Coal Creek Mail arrives at 11:00 a. m.; and closes at
3M, r. m.
Tn. Alary rill Mail arrives at 11:00, a. m., and de
parts at 2:00. p. m., on Mondays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays. Maynardsville Mail arrives at 12:00, m.. on Thursday,
and departs at 1:00, p. M., same day.
The Blain's X Roads Mail arrives Tuesdays and Fri
days at 110. a. M., and departs at 12:00, same day.
The tiapOreek and Trundle's X Roads Mail arrives
Friday at 11:00, A. M., and departs at 1:00, p. M. same
day. ,. JAS. RODCIERS, P. M.
i LOTUS DAVID,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
No. 160 Gay Street,
LOWS ' DAVID RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
the public that be is ready at all times, and on
short notice, to furnish, wholesale or retail,
BREAD, CAKES, CRACKERS,
lie has in his employ the most reliable and expe
rienced Bakers and Confectioners, and feels warranted
in saying that he can satisfy his customers ; that both
as to quality and rrice of his articles, he offers
He pays particular attention to the manufacturing of the
, Best Crackers,
and "constantly offers them for sale fresh, in large or
arc made of the purest Sugars, and can be sold at prices
as low as any other -establishment in the city or State.
Parties. Families, Fairs and Pic Hies furnished with
Ice'Cream Cakes and Candies,
at short notice and on reasonable terms. II. invites
the attention of country and city dealers to stock, as
above -detailed, and urges upon them to call and ex
amine nia establishment before purchasing elsewhere.
Soda Water and Ice Cream
always for sale, and of the best quality.
Rememember the Stand.
jmlyl-dtf. 10 day Street.
EAST TEN N.IAN D AGENCY.
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Attorney at Law
Commissioner of Deeds for the States ol
Ohio, Michigan, Georgia, &c.
OFFICE: -Otii Exchakgb and Dwosit Dakk.
' GAY STREET,
A TTEXDS TO THE PURCHASE,
J. Sale and Exchange of Real Est.ate of
Especial attention paid to the organiza
tion of Companies and Colonies for the im
rrovcmeiit of larsre tracts of land.
Rente collected and taxew paid in all
part of East Tennessee.
Attracts of title care full v made and con
reyancinpf in all its brandies, drawing of
lceiv Mortgages, &c, &c, none in
)Farn:iii Knox ctOnty. 300 Farms
in East Tennessee.
Valuable city property, improved and
vacant" lot", from $100 to $10,000 in price.
100 vacant lots, mine of them exceed
ingly desirable, in Hardee's and the Rail
road Addition. Aeveral choice and well
improved lots iu Deaderick's and McGhee's
A large and handsome residence on Pat
ton street, East Knoxville.
Farms an tfa Cumberland Platean.
All wishing to buy or sell will find it for
uieir advantage to call ana iook over usi
oi property for sale. apio-u
QURTKYS MADE OF LANDS, LOTS. Ac. AND
KJ lor Koade. Earthwork calculated and epecincations
uade. ' Drawings made of Views, Buildings, Maehin-.
T. Ae. Offiee over 8, Biesinger'e etore, corner of Cay
an4 ilincfc Btreets. june2-d3m
CHAS. H. BROW!,'
AOKHT FOB THB -
Inman Line of . Trans-Atlantic
S T E Ail E B Sf i
Plying between New York and Lirerpool. and the
Between New York and GlasgeW t I '
BOTH ARE FIRST CLASS LINES. THE FbYi?
1 iinr-inJiJhe ?ils- Tieket8 " 1 arby any othe?
plication F mformatlon cheerfuUy given onap-
ofIEuroPrealeSi8htI)r,Uoi,'llth P"11 "ties
"A general NoUry business also transacted.
Office in liiCHAXGB akd Deposit Baki:, ,
P' 6tf Knoxville. Tcnn.
CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE.
J. H. WALLET,
Exclusive Dealer in
Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff,
Brier and Stone Pipes,
: Snuff and Tobacco Boxes.
In faet all Kinds of
At tho SIGN OF TUB INDIAN.
aiTil6tf Gey Street. Knoxville. Tenn
For Coal and Wood, the only Stove in this mnrkct with
the Soapetone Back.
HOXSIE & DEPUE,
No. 106, Gay Street,
FOR CISTERNS AND WELLS,
Galvanized and Wrought
Hollowware and Castings of all kinds
juljapaxxed ad tin ware,
Pressed Ware or all kinds,
ROOFING & GUTTERING
Done at short notice.
We now have tho Inmost stock of STOVES ever of
fered in this market.
Also, the celebrated Cook Stove
The best Stove for burning wood ever offered in this
We arc also manufacturing the celebrated btep Stove
Which we offer to the Trade at Prices Jhat defy compe
tition. All Stoves guaranteed to give atiefaetion.
Our House Furnishing.Department
Is now complete, having just received a New Sterk,
which waa purchased at panic prices,
COME AM) SEE FOR YOURSELF.
East Tennessee University
TIIE TENNESSEE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
BEGIN ITS REGULAR ANNUAL 6E6-
SEPTEMBER loxil, 1S70,
With a full corps of competent and zealous Teachers,
and a curriculum which provides for the study of both
the Sciences and the Classics. This Institution, equally
with any other in the State, offers
To young men who are desirous of a thorough, liberal
and practical eaucaiion. jiuunuun, jjii.uiiu uum
the industrial classes, is invited to the advantages
i i- .i ... r-wrr niv.H innrfli in v nil t h
nulla uie wmksc, s nun I j
for becoming, by special instruction, intelligent and
i t ,
FARMERS AXD MECHAXICS.
pure, the climate salubrious, the soil varied and pro
ductive, and tresn springs oi waier ar" w
cause of these natural eurroundings, the student nave
enjoyed, by the providence of God,
TVib TntWntinn not. sectarian, but is Christian in
As churches of leading denominations
exist in knoxville, students hare tha opportunity vt
choice as to places oi religious worwip. iue gorw-n-inrnt
of the Inatitntion is intended to be gentle and
firm. Diligence will be used to promote and preserve
within it a bcaitny ana moral tone. An cxiouem
Will be opened, at the same time with the College, in
one of the University buildings.
Kach county in Tennessee is entitled to send three
students, nominated by the Representative in the Leg
islature, free of tuition; and they will be tetnrned
home from College, by railroad, free, terms otliu
tion to all others moderate. Bourd about
3X.OO Per Week.
Students board themselves for loss. For further in-
formation, apply to Kkv. T1IOS. W. HUM MS,
july27-dtf. . , f i ' . H .' President.
Jon Baxtkb, I
f E. P. Bailet.
Exchange and ' Deposit Bank;
TENNESSEE HONEY FOR TAXES FOP
Best ratee paid for New Issue Bank of Tenceweei
East Tennessee, 1rrinia and Georgia Railroad Stock
and Bonds bought and sold,, and a General Banking
Business transacted. 4 r . f - 1
Interest paid en Deposits ia SAVTKG8 BAKEIDe
panmeut. ; SIGHT DRAFTS " ' ' " '
Ob all the principal citieeof Europe for aalc.
april 6-tf - "
Dr. JobB W. Paxtont . - .
RESPBOTFULLT OFFERS HIS SHRYTCES TO
the citizens of Knoxville and vielnity, without
distinctien of party, leet or eolor. in ALL DBAjrcsn or
B1H MOFBSBIOITj . . -.- t
His fees shall be a moderate as those of any re peeta
bie pbysiewn. ,i
PVSmFVrC Tnriiro'CTiiifT Kcrnrn lnng rvru
ICbookxd Stbxit, where he ean always be found, unless
professionally absent. iulv20-aivrt.
JUSTICE LAWRENCE, Pkesidest. )
M. B. WYNKOOP, Vicb President. J
OFFICESContinental Building, Nos. 22,
NO. OF POLICIES ISSUED
IN JULY, .V2.
WHOLE 5UIBER ir POLICIES ISSUED,
ANNUAL PBEMIUMS, (
M. C. WILCQX. Manager.
E. K. WILCOX,
W. F. YARDLY, Agent Among
JAMES -RODHEIIS, M,
F. K. BAILEY, M. I).,
Agents Wanted in every
Commissioner of Deeds for
MUNSON & 15 ALLEY,
IXSURAXCE AM) U. S. CLAIM A ( i:TS,
Exclianfije mitl lcpoit IJaiilc 15nilliny:,
Great Inducements to Purchasers.
SEVERAL FARMS AND LARGE TRACTS OF
land in Green eountx. Some of the finest in Tennes
see. The Urge tracts. re susceptible of division into
many desirable homesteads, witii superior advantages
for Cnt'XTRT Storks, Mii.t.b, Good Mai5T), c.r An
excellent opportunity for the settlement of a colony.
1 AROE TRACTS OF LAND
countv. Some of the well kno
Bottoms. Also, fiercral small up
AXUMBER OF FARMS V ARIEL
location and prioo, in Knox, Bloiu
other counties. - l'likts and full deecriptioiis r
MANY THOUSAND ACRES OF MOUNTAIN,
Mineral and Timber lands for sale cheap.
SEVERAL SMALL TRACTS OF LAND NEAR
tho city, suitable for suburban residences, market
gardens or fruit farms.
A WELL LOCATED PROPERTY, WITH ALL
FIFE COUNTRY RESIDBKCE AND FARM NEAR i IIIESE DWELLINGS ARE CONVENIENT TO
Jofleeboro'. All kinds of fruit on the place. X lusiness and Railroad Depots.
AVc are Agents for the well known
Queen Fire Insurance Co., of Liverpool and London,
U. 8. BRANCH OFFICE IX NEW YORK.
NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COM'AN.Y,
)TJNDERWRITER'S AGENCY,) OF THE CITY OP NEW YORK.
Risks Taken Throughout East Tennessee.
CONVEYANCING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
"We shall be pleased to see or correspond with parties interested in Real Estate mat
ters. "Ve make no charge for information. 3UXS0 fc BAILEY,
augl3- Real Estate, Insurance and Claim Agent.
FIRE AX I) 151 (.I, A K PROOF SAFES.
Our Pafes are furnished with Sargent's
them), the best in the world.
' , .
Drik Sb The iradermpmed Committee, appointed by
iron tire x rooi caie ior me use oi our Douy, uesire to express to j-ou onr entire satisiaction witn tue ;;aic man
nfactured lor n by
Messrs. 5I0SLER, BAHMAXX & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Whom ron represent aa Agent. The Safe, by far, surpassed our expectations, our order havinsr lcen filled to
the sliffhtwt detail, and for bcanry and workmanship, we think cannot be surpassed by any manufactory in the
ixnntry. w e taice great pleasure in recommending your Company to tho irateruity and the public in general
feeling confident that their demand will be filled in the inest satist'ectory manner.
Very respectfully and fraternally yours.
SPENCER MUNSON. .
J. M. TUORNRURGII.
If. M. AIKEN.
? OFFICE On Cumberland Street, opposite Ladies' Entrance to the Lamar House.
: Jaly30-lm. -
To Onr Patrons.
Thoee of our patrons failing to receive their
out delay, se that the complaint may be corrsct-
J. P. ROGERS, Secretary.
S. C. CHANDLER, Jr., Actcart.
Ol" NEW YORK,
21 & 2G Nassau SI., corner Cedar, X. Y.
Xo. 91 Gay Street,
I JW KNOXVILLE.
Colored People for East Tennessee.
I, ) Ml,,,Irv! kx.ixki
County in the State. le.7
ic. i. ijaili:',
C:i.liior Kxclumge and
T1ESIDKNCES. CHEAP AND DESIRABLE COT-
Iv lAOfc;?, and all kiii'l ol city property.
"IEAUTIFL'LLY LOCATED LTILDINU KITES,
cheap lots in and :inr.nd Knoxville.
""'$Y. AND LOT IN PEADERICK'S
. OnlySHW. Nice lociition.
Of PLEASANTLY LOCATED ON
-t. House has fix rooms and many
in a goou ior.:ion. 111 cost only a small amount
to finish it, and is cficred cheap. F-riee 51100.
NEAT HOUSE OF FOUR ROOMS AND LARCE
basement, well furnished; (rood cistern with pump;
yard terraced and sodded. Rent reasonable.
; NXiSSSSS? R00MS-P0RCH AND
JULIUS OCHS, Agent,
Eiitoxi file. Trim.,
ATILL Fl'RNISH AT SHORTEST NOTICE
f the lust artit'e in that line, nianufaettired to
order, and puaraiitced to nivv satisttietion in every
VAI'LT AND HANK LOCKS
Fumislu i! to order, in t!ic approved style. Al.o
For the .-!!" keeping f valii-bli piaic. jewi liy, Ae.
1 his sale is in.-nif ! a s;ie hoard, n ith mar
hie top. and is a haiidsnine nii ee of liirnitnre.
Spwiuieiisi of our Sates can l-e seen at the offices
f Jiidse ( . . .Iiiu-s, Peter Kern, S. uissmser. T.
M. fSchlcicr. Fan V Jones, and nt the Chronicle
Office. Knoxville; at P.Snii h A' Co.'s. AI orris town ;
and at the ofllce of :md A.llailroad, Chattanooga,
Combination Locks (no extra charge for
Kxoxville, Tens., 3Iay 19, 1?70.
the Masonic Fniternity of Knoxville. to purchase an
An Exerllent Medium.
The Knoxville Chroxicle has a large oirctV
1 lat,on in East Tennessee, and is the best adver-
j using meuutiu. in mis portion oi me ciaie.
Sash and Blind, &
II. C. TAB. WATER.
J. T. AMBROSE.
STEAM SASH & BLIND
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
Sash, Blinds and Doors,
Dealers in Lumber, &c, &c, &c.
AVI NO FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS
in-Nort'i Knoxrillewc nrc pr -pared to ui.ike .T orfef
Wt- :il. DRESS LUMBER. WORK FI.M.UUNii
anl di Cerent kinds of
in the best stjle. and at priee to suit the tiiue.
All ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLE1 and shipped
to any point on the different Railroads loading out of
Host Rcvrle! Sid I us: lroHHol nnl Joinle!.
For partieulars call on or address
TARWATER & AMIiROSi:,
SEASON OF 18 70!
Blount Connty, East Tennessee.
riUIIS FAVORITE SUMMER RESORT FOR THE
X invalid and pleasure-perker will 'c open tT th
reception of visitor
JUNE 1st, 1870.
The moft marked lienefieial nsults aitendinir tn- nee
of these water, in funetioniil (leraiipi-iin-nls ! liie
LIVER. BOU EI.S. KIDNEYS und SKIN, an-1 i!ie
cure of CHRONIC DISEASES, attest dm
r Ok Tjiksk Wateks.
Situated at the bare of CIIILUOWEE MOUNTAINS
they present the strongest attractions to both the
Invalid and the Pleasure Seeker,
No less on account of its pure invigorating atuioFphrre
and the beauty of the surrounding scenery, than ol the
restorative powers of its waters. Such provision h;u
been made for the
COMFORT OF VISITORS
That the Proprietor confidently promises satisfaction
to his guests.
With Mall and Passengers,
Run between Maryville, the terminus of the railroad
from Knoxville, and the Springs a distance of nine
miles, over good roads.
Board, per day, $2.50 ; per week, $ 10.00; per iimnth,
860. Address, for particulars,
JOS. L. KING. Proprietor.
iunel-dw3m Knoxville. Tcnn.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Designated Depository and Financial
Agent of the Inited States.
Authorized Capita - $500,000.
it. it. sn i:iso.
it. ji. ?icci.rx;.
P. DICKINSON. O. p. TEMPLE.
WM. HEISKELL. 11. li. HEN E(iAR.
GEORUE 11. SMITH. GEO. W. ROSS,
R. R. SWEPSON.
Specie, Rank Notes, Government. State, City, and nil
other Bonds bought and sold. Collections niade and
promptly remitted. jul.vlT-tf.
Nashville and Chattanooga
It ill. UO AIS.
D;iy Pa.-sen?er Train leaves Nashville ;:t ; a. m.
Arrives at Chattanooga 7:10 p. it.
Nisht Passenger Train leaves Nash ille at ''.1" a. m.
Arrives at Chattanooga 4:40 a. m.. il.-tily.
Day Passenger Train leaves Chattanooga at :A a. m.
Arrives at Nashville 1:;) p. M.
Night Passenger Train leaves Chattanooga at p.
M. Arrives at Nashville at O.IHI A. M.. daily.
Day Passenger Train leaves Nashville at i':l'i a. si.
Arrives at Union City t':l. p. m.. and Hickman. Ky..
lt::ai p. m.
Night Passenger Train leaves Nashville at l'.(K) p. v.
Arrives at Union City v-;3) a. m.. and :;t Hi kniisn. Ky..
A. M.. daily.
Hi- This is the Skokt Roi.tk to Sr. Lin ts, and all
points Wkst AXD Nokthwkst.
Day Passenger Train leaves Hickman. Ky.. at .":" a.
m. Arrives at Nashville 6:00 p. v.
Night Train leaves Hickman. Ky., at 4:.'HI p. u. Ar
rives at Nashville at 5:00 a. m.. daily.
JNO. W. THOMAS. Gcn l Suj.t.
V. L. DANLEY, Gcn l P. and T. Agent.
E.T. BOOK HOISE ADVERTISEMENTS.
Pianos and Cabinet Organs.
q-'EN PIANOS AND CABINET ORGANS, FROM
A the best mnkers, for sale cheap. Every instrument
fully warranted for five years. Pianos to rent or ex
change, at the East Tennessee Rook House.
niay31-tf R. II. RICHARDS.
Sabbath School Hooks,
SUITABLE FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS. Evebt
thing requisite for Sunday Schools can be had at the
East Tennessee Book House.
may31-tf R. II. RICHARDS.
TUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID STOCK OF
J Blank Work, from the best manufactory in the
United States. All sizes can be found at the East Ten
nessee Book House of R. H. RICHARDS.
I)ru?s and Patent Medicines.
RUB-HARD LINIMENT !
'PUIS LINIMENT. ALTHOUGH BUT ITELT
I introduced in the Southwest, is baring Tery
sule and bids fair to find its way into many iMBiti.
It will be found a VALUABLE RKMEDI fee all
eases where an
li required. It can be uaetl with confidence tvt tie re
lief and cureo
JNFAMMAT0RT RHEUMATISM. ERISTPELAJ.
LURNS, S0AL1S, Ac.
.. Tf if and you will find it a good liniment. Price
23 and SO rents per Bottlo.
Sold by merchants generally.
II. G. It.
Hart's Great Relief !
'PHIS REMEDY IS ONE OF THH BEST FA MILT
J Medicines in use, and will be found a rreal reHctf f
all diseased action from which pain ri(tii.
Should have it at hand. Don't wait nntil Pain 09m
within your doors before purchasing.
HART S GREAT RELIEF TILL RELIBTM
Rheumatism. Sore Throat. Bruise. Pleurisy. CreK
Toothache. Fainting. Tic Doloreux. Sri er
Spasm. Headache. Frost Rites, Stiff Joint. Fe
ver. Sores. Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Chel
cis. Hysteria. Pneumonia. Chills !
Fevers. 1 ntlainmatiotis. Psralysia.
Cuts. Chillda ins. Luiubaffo.Colia,
Burns and Scalds, Spinal Af-
-v tectum, Choer " '
Morbus. lnin in tho
U'v.i.-l or Side. Diificult lircathing. Cramp in (he
Stomach. l: smtcry or Diarrhea, rails anl Ao-i-ci
lcnts, or uiiatevcryourCoinplaint msy be
Gives You Pain!
Vegetable Toothache Anodyne
As xn iinmc liate cure fir the Toothache, caused by de
cay. It als. cures scurvy of gums and causes them t
harden :u 1 adhere to the teeth; it cures mm boils,
bca'.- .ill s rcutss of t'.ic gums: it sweetens and pa riser
the breath : applied t- the swollen guin it iffimll rmt
relict v, i chddren that are teethinjf; it is a perfeef.y
harinl.s ri-mi-dy. but must be used aceorning to dire -tio
to get promised relief.
Who would sutler with this most distressing s
tion, when ',
ONE S CENT BOTTLE WILL CURE 1NSTAXTA-
Hart's Cough Lozenges
'OR THE ALI.KVIATIOX UP
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs, Colds,
And all Disorders of the Throat and Lanes.
Ir. i:. It. Hurt, Irprietr, BnU
I )l HI.1C SPEAKERS AND SINGHRS WILL Ibi
I the Lozenges invaluable for clearing an4 ttrsafW
ening the voice. Thre are no particular direlis ts
be observed in the use of them. Containing netting
dcl-tcrious. they can be taken as freely as rvqtiaitst
One or two Lozenges dissolved gradually in th aestk.
repeating it if necessary, will almost invariaslr give
iuiincdiatc relief in tnauy eases of Hoarseness, or less sf
voice. Coughs, irritation, or Soreness of the Tnrsal As
occasioned by cold or unusual exertion sf the Tsm
Organs. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Ac, of long s4ias
it will be necessary to take them frequently, se ei
o Mop the little cough or soreness of the threat s4
Lungs in time, and HART'S LOZENGES WILL
IT. TRY Til EM.
Price 35 Cent per Itx.
Dr. M. Lytle's Elixer!
FOR TI1K CCRB OF
Diarrhea, Djseutery, Bloody Flnx.
CHOEERA MORBUS. PAINFUL PURGING, SUM
MER COMI LAINT. CRAMP AND COLIC
The want of a medicine of this character has lew
been felt by the community, and has induced the pro
prietors, by over thirty yeir-tl4jwftt'Vte-ij,V
duce it for the benctit of the public as a staple family
medicine. It does not act us an astringent alone, bat
by reducing the acidity of the secreting membrane el
of the bowels, reduces the inflammation, hencs pr
forms a thorough, cure.
The proprietors take the liberty of stating to the pnb
lie. that no more perfect receipt (which is gnarant4
for the cure of the above-mentioned diseases ) exist is
the world, being entirely vegetable and containing
sugar of h ad or other noxious lrux or mineral. Ami
they would further say that the preparation his met
the hearty approval of numerous physicians who hare
To adult-, a tablespoonful after each passage, or lerr
times a day; To children under ten, a half-tabletB"w-lul
as required. To children under five a teaspooafnl.
To children under two or three, a half-teaspoonfal. ax
required, and by carefully administering as directed H
will never fail.
Hart's Magnolian Cough Drops
PRICE PER BOTTLE 25 CENTS.
This medicine can confidently be recommended far
all diseases of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes and Lang.
It is invaluable as a remedy for Coughs, Colds. Lis
of Voice. S. re Throat. Influenza. Dilitheria. Bronchi lis.
Hoarseness, Croup, hooping Cough, Asthma and Pas
ting of Blood. It does not profess to cnreconeamntissv
but from the largely demulcent and balsamic cbtnwtsr
of the ingredients of which it is composed, it is rlsim A
that it will do all for this dire disease that any (Wfi
Mxlieiiie con do.
This medicine contains NO OPIUM, or other Ingre
dient of a deleterious character, and may be given with
the utmost confidence and safety in every stage ef the
disease and to patients of every age. Dose from tvw
drops to n teaspoonful, according to the age of the p
tieni, and repeated in every instance as the urgency
the ease requires, in one, two, three or four honrs.
Damon's Stock Powders.
'PI1ESE POWDERS ARE PREPARED FROM
1 Medicines which possess laxative, Tonie and Puri
fying properties, and when administered to Horses pm
duce the most beneficial results. As a laxative, they
expel from the stomach and intestines all foreign sob
stances. As a tonic they increase the tone and itreagth
of the system ; and as a purifier they clesse the blwd
and lay the foundation for a strong and healthy cfrew
lation. They are a preventive of Lung Fever, sa
excellent remedy for all the diseases to which this no
ble animal is subject. Their use strengthens the Innsw
and gives a smooth and glossy appearance t the f ku
ai: I by increasing the appct'te. give vigor snd strength
t.i tiie whole system.
I'rire. 25 ecu In per Box.
HiliKi.TIoNS FOR USE.
For Lung Fever, or any symptoms of the disease, site
a taldcspooiiful tl.rcc time a tny.
For til.:i:iiers. Uevs, Distemper, Founder. Conctt..
and other complaints to whieh th Horse is snhi ec.
give a tah!cp.onlil three timesailrtv until enve C
,, ).; i. .....r..n,. ..r,i-....i ;n C. J-..
These pon der", if used two or three times a week. -ring
the spring i;nd winter months, will prevent th -horse
from being attackcl by these dnngerans 4hNvfw.
and greatly iiiereiise their n.-cfiilneys.
DAMoN'S STOCK PO'VDEIW FUR JJ1LCH OUW&
-1 Th se Powders are ri.liinble in-, nrrensing the qaajt
tity of Milk in the Cow..ind should be nsd by evrT
farmer. Il increases the appetite and fatten asA
strengthens the animal, end while increasing the a.
tity of the milk, makes the butter firm and sweet.
I.. I.SAN FORD &CO
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55 E L 1- II O USE,
HMIIS OLD AND POPULAR HOTEL. ErTCATBD
1 at the corner of a in and fJtate Street, le agani
TUU0WX OPEN TO THE PCBIIC.
. In its Appointments, Rooms and Fnrnitnre, 1 ts
second to none in the State, and the Proprietor fatten
himself that he can give general satisfaction t all wk
may honor him with a call.
3 Oinnibusses run to and from the Depot. '
i ir T. -nxrv r, RAXD0LPH ROSP. ProprieVr.
P, U. TuOMY, Clerk. jmell-Jtt