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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Mi Tennessee Virginia stud Georgia R. R,
Leave KnoxviBe at 11:17 a.m. Arrives at Bristol
Leaves Bristol at 5:27 a.m. Arrivea at Knoxrille
Leave Knoxville at 1:14 r.M. Arrives at Chattanoo-
ca at 7:30.
Ijeavcs Chattanooga at 1:15 a.m. Arrives at Knox
ville 11:02 A.M.
. ,.-... Thomas II. Cllotat. President,
R. C. Jacksox, Superintendent.
Knoxville and Kentneky Railroad.
leaves Knoxville for Coal Creek at 3:30 p.m. Arrives
a Knoxvilrc KK)D a.m.
s Joseph A. Ma buy. President,
:"?,? L. Mesi:s, Secretary and Treasurer.
Knoxville and Charleston RMlIrond.
l.rav-s Knoxville for Little River and Maryville at
3:50 P.M. Arrive? at Knoxville A.M.
yi. J). Bkakdkx, President.
M. L. Patterson. Secretary and Treasurer.
KXOXYILLE POST-OFFICE MOFRK.
The IVst-Office opens at 7, a. u; and closes at 6.
- ?. m. Opens again at 7. p. m.; closes at f, p. m. Office
open on Sundays at 1:J0, r. M., tor one hour.
The Eastern .Mail closes-
Opens for delivery
The Western Mail closes
3 o '' - " " Arrives
.. 1:00 r.M.
... 2:00 P.M.
Coal Creek Mail arrives at 11:00 A. M.; and closes at
3:0(1. P. m.
The Maryvillo Mail arrives at 11:00, A. m., and de
parts t 2:00. p. m., on Mondays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays. Majnardtville Mail arrives at 12:00, M., on Thursday,
and departs at 1:00. p. m.. same dav.
The Blain 'a X Rouds Mail arrives Tuesdays and Fri-
aavsatu-w. a. m., ant departs at 12:00, M.. same day.
The Uap Creek and Trundle's X Roads Mail arrives
Friday nt 11:00, a. m and departs at 1:00, p. m. same
day. JAB. R0DGER6, P. M. 1
EEPTTEIICAU STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.'
(-';'Hoii. George Andrews, Hon. A M. Catey
' (irtorge W. Ross, James A. Galbraith dbu
W. F. Yardley.
Hon. Horace H. Harrison, Col, Thoniaa
Waters, Cirri. T. J. Harrison, Capt. John
Rulim aiul Moses It. Johnson.
CoL I.. JJ. Eaton, Hon. W. AV. Murray,
W. T. Kennedy, J. J. "Winfield and Isaac
PLATFORM OF PBINCIPLES.
The llepublioana of Tennessee, in Convention
assembled", have met to counsel as to the beat in
terests of our State, and in a spirit of mutual
forbearance, do declare the principles and meas
ures which we deem necessary to a eafe, wise
nnd politic administration of the affairs of the
Jlcsulrrd, The Union of the States, making
them a Nation, was intended to be, and shall be,
perpetual; and the Republican party (having
already maintained it against armed rebellion
and attempted revolution) hereby pledges its
maintenance against the heresy of State Sover
eignty and Secession, taught and practiced by
our Democratic opponents, the former of which
was reasserted, ana the latter not disavowed, in
the platform of the recent Democratic State Con
vention. Resolved, The Administration of President
Grant, and the policy of the Republican Con
gress, in increasing the revenues, by a faithful
and impartial collection, -vrhile at the same time
reducing the rates and objects of taxation; in
diminishing expenditures and thereby improv
ing the public credit; assimilating the national
currency to the coin standard, and largely de
creasing the public debt; in securing to all citi
zens their just rights and equality before the
law : in restoring civil government and unex
ampled prosperity to the States torn and deso
lated by rebellion and civil war; by an honest
and wi?c enforcement of the laws ; by maintain
ing rigidly the demands of international law, so
as to secure the respect and good will of all for
eign nations, yet sympathizing with all people
rtruggling for free government, have secured
the confidence and are entitled to the support of
the American people.
Resolved, One of the specified objecU of
the American Union is to maintain domestic
tranquility, and one of its express powers to
protect against domestic violonce, and aiiy State
Government which culpably fails to guarantee
to the citizens of all classes, colors, and opin
ions, life, liberty, property, the free expression
and enjoyment of their pinions and the un
trameled exercise of all their civil and political
. rights, is unworthy to be recognized as valid by
the Government of the United States.
Resolved, That the honor and credit of the
United States, and of the State of Tennessee
must and shall be faithfully upheld in the pay
ment of every dollar of the State and National
pudiateany portion of the just obligations of the
State or Nation. .
Resolved, That knowledge, learning and vir
tue being essential to the preservation of Repub
lican institutions, and the diffusion of the oppor
tunities and advantages of education through
out the different portions of the State being
- highly conducive to the promotion of this end;
it should be the duty of the General Assembly
in all future periods of this Government to
cherish literature and science. That it is the
duty of the State to see that facilities for educa
tion are provided for the children of the poor
. as well as for the rich, and that a well -regulated
r t.ystem of common schools is essential to the
- welfare and prosperity of the State.
Resolved, While we deplore the evils of the
unprovoked and causeless war now ravaging
v fciwei Twirtions of LuroDC we con-
irratulate the educated and intelligent people of
r- ,r onrt ihA irienas OI civuiiawo'i mm
uuiiuauj , " ... . ,
-.1 - AliL-A VirmnraMfl in
progress upon me reauiw, 1
the former, and encouraging to the latter.
Rtsolced, iniigration havingbeen a greatsource
of proepenty to those parts, of the country which
have received it, the Lcgis ature, the adminis
trative policy and the public scntuaent of our
State should combine to mvite settlers from
every part of our country and from foreign
' lands to participate with us m the great natural
advantages possessed by our State. -
Resolved, 'That we utterly disapprove of the
courso of the present Legislature in repealing
the liberal common school system adopted by
the Republican party; in depreciating the credit
of the State by failing to provide for the pay.
ment of the interest on her public debt, thereby
adding annually and largely thereto: in repeal
ing all Republican legislation in behalf of the la
boring classes, including the law exempting a
iriven amount of wages from garnishment; in
for the protection of the colored man, and In re
fusing tn bad faith to ratify the 15th Amend-1
ment to the Constitution of the United States; '!
and we appeal to the people of the Slate to elect
a Legislature that will remedy these evils and
legislate .in in interest 01 numamiy anu jus
tice. Resolved, That we oppose as unwise and as an
unwarranted restriction of the elective franchise
the law requiring every voter to vote in his
m 11 uisinci ana we aemana us prompt ana
unconditional repeal. ' '
Resolved, That the 14th and 15th amendments
to the Constitution of the United States being a
part and parcel of that instrument, the law
passed by Congress to enforce the provisions
thereof should be executed, and wo call upon
the Administration for a rigid and faithful ex
ecution 01 tne same.
Resolved. That it is the ouinion of this Con
vention that the Con frrojw of thn TTnitnd States
should grant material aid to what is known as
tne Southern Pacific Railroad. .
Resolved. . That - thn Nntionnl . Rimi hlican
Tarty of the United States Ia the great party ot
progreis in the country, and ignoring all past
political differences, we hereby cordially invite
all good citizens, whatever they may have been
vi to uuuc in me past, 10 unuo wun us upon
mo unmu nu uoerai piattorm 01 mat party.
Just before the adjournment of the Con
vention, the following resolution was of
fered and adopted :
n 1 T nr . ... .
jesoivea, inat a committee ot three, one
from each of the grand divisions of the State,
be appointed by the chair to receive subsorin-
tions, and to establish and conduct a newspaper
m me i-ny 01 asnviiic as me organ ot the Kc
publicau party of the State of Tennessee.
Life Insurance Company
OF IV law YORK.
'.31.. C. WILCOX,
MANAUEB TENNESSEE BRANCH
OfflceXo. 91 Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn j
HOXSIE & DE PUE,
No. 106, Gay Street,
FOR CISTERNS AND WELLS.
Also, the celebrated Cook itove
E ASHI.OjN ;
ft. .. - . - fi
The best Stove for burning wood ever offered in this
For Coal and Wood, the only btove in this market with
the Soaps tone Back.
We now have the largest ctotk of STOVES ever of
fered in this market.
Galvanized and "Wrought
IRON PIPE, I
Hollo wware and Castings of all kinds
JAPAXXED Ax TVS WARE, I
Pressed IVarc of all kinds,
ROOFING & GUTTERING
Done at short notice. I
We are also manufacturing the celebrated Step Stove
" SOUTHERN STAR,"
tfUo'i:sirStocs SuaTantceao" ivo atuwenon.
Our House Furnishing Department
Is now complete, having just received a New Stocky
which was purchased at panic prices.
COME A5D SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Nashville and Chattanooga
NASHVILLE AND NORTHWESTERN'
. SOUTH. ' . " ?
Day Passenger Train leaves Jsaehville at 3:30 A. Jt
Arrives at Chattanoop a 7:10 r.u. 1 i
Night Passenger Train leaves Na?hville at 6:lo A. sc.
Arrives at Chattanooga 4:40 a. sr.. daily. - j
XOBTIL; ; I
Day Passenger Train leaves Chattanooga at 3:4o A. X.
Arrives at Nashville 1:30 p. M. '
Night Passenger Train leaves Chattanooga at 8:00 P.
M. Arrives at ashville at 5:00 a. m.. daily. t
WEST. ' .
' Day Passenger Train leaves Nashville at 0:15 A. X,
Arrives at Union City i:13 r. v., and Hickman, Ky
. Night Pa:enger Train leave Nashville at 9:00 P. x
Arrives at Union City 9:20 a. m., and at llickman, Ky
a- This is the Short Roctk to St. Loci3. and aa
points West and Nobthtest.
Day Passcpger Train leaves Iliukuian, Ky., at o:00 aI
M. Arrives at Nashville 6:00 p. M.
Night Train leaves uicKman, Ky at :M p. K. at
rives at Nashville at 5:00 a. l. daiy.
JNO. W7TH0MAS. Genl Sort, i
W. L. DANLEY. Genl P. and T. Agent.
An Exeelln Hedlam.
The Knoxrille Cheoxicxs has a large circu
lation iivEaet Tennessee, and is the beet adrar
Using mediara in thia portion of tho Stftte.
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: invxtotne attend ,Hmrfi lft,hXVlUE
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T R U N K S . l,M B R ELLA S .
&Oa. &Ca &C
Now arriving daily, which have been lought for
CASH DIRECT FIMWI 5IAXUFACTIJKEUS
And first hands, and carefully sejeetetl
We are determined to sell n T- 'V as
stock and be convinced that we nieau
MARKET SQUARE. WEST 1
-piIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECII V.
X NOUNCE to the public that they ar.rpereatr
furnish, on the shortest notice, ' .
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Of the best manufacture and on the most reasonable
We have recently ereeted the newest and most im
proved machinery for Baking purposes and for the
Candled Goods of Ererj Description,
And one of the partners, Mr. F. W. Ki blmax, U uni
versally recognized ae a
GENERAL BAKER (
AVe can. therefore, furnish evethina in the BakerV
and Conftetionery line at as low prices as the came ar
ticlcs cub be Durchased anywhere in the eonntrv. and
superior tothe general average of goods bought in the,
Parties desiring Bread. Cakes and Confections, are re
spectfnlly asked to try our manufacture before pnr
Our facilities are such that we ean fur
superior Candy, manufaetared from t'
at as low a price as the candies ean
uoods sold at wholesale and retail.
m. c. mm, htsMnt.
Miners and Whol
G O Al
Olllcc o. 91 Gay
COAI! COAI!! C0AI!f
; ;Ai:S MARINER,
Succci.-or to tli' Knoxville Coal Company
Mariner A BrownJ
'. wd to
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE CIIIZE
Knoxville and vicinity that he will continfo the
Goal and wooa -ire: .o
! As heretofore, at the Coal Yard,
CUMBERLAND & CLINCH
And respectfully solicta a thare of the trade, te will
not allow himself to be excelled in the I
! QUALIT I'ES..
vf W'rtrtjl " an1 frvoT lia- Tndw tr ft r. tv anrY will trt (fT
fill oraers with which he may be favored, vt
fuel to all parts of the city. .
Office on Qay street, next doorjw
KnoxTille, Tenn. f eptitf t
. t . esrUnfiSS. rain ;.- r-r
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nesseeY . feeble inTeia
town. ( . ' MamturTr
IMMeS ierin. .;
mshed , RAR IROV mg from the effects of some dretded aad L-Z?J 'r
: . I 1 ' a v rm 4 -r -r ,. . I mm mm mtaam
? V xr Kite .
t 0 JP s ,
especially for the wants of this section.
the:LOWK8T. Call and examine our
what we say.
J. T. AMBROSE.
SASH & BLIND
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
Sash, Blinds and Doors,
Dealers in Lumber, &c, &c, &c.
JJAVING FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS
in Nort Knoxville, we are prepared to make to order
also DRESS LUMBER, WORK FLOORING
wtit kinds of
t pricu to suit the timce.
AS PROMPTLY FILLED and shipped
j point on the different Railroads leading out of
Best Beveled Siding lrsed and Jointed.
For particulars call on or address
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
april 6lf Knoxrille, Tennessee. .
CHAS. H. BROWN, I
-.;s? A6BST FOR IHI
Inman Line of Trans-Atlantic I
STEAMERS, :. ;
Plying between New York and Liverpool, and the
Between New York and Glasgow.
BOTH ARE FIRST CLASS LINES, THE Forum
carrying the Mails. Tickets as low as by any other
Lines. . Further information cheerfully given, on ap
plication. . '
Have for sale Sight Drafts on all the principal cities
WA general .Notary buine?8 also transacted.
Office in i.iCHATGB jxd Dkposit Bajck,
7i f REWARD, FOR ANY CASE
UvJ Blind Bleeding, Itching, or lacerated
7 - Piles, that 1 Hint' Jlle B4medx
cure .It is preiHired expressly to cure the PUt'S
"'nR,eL"e, and has cured caes of over 20 years
-Sold by all Druggists. Liroratoly. 148
N-Sr., Baltimore. autff-Jy.
Celebrated Anderson Ceonty
COAL AND COK
Hirer Hundred Stxe ot ,f
Suitable Tor Farming and Mechanical
Partirular attt-ntiou givou to
REBUILDING AND REPAIRING
Saw, Flour and Bark Mills.
WROUGHT AND CAST
ONK HUNDKLI) iSJZES GUDGKON.S
Hollow - Ware !
BOLTH, BOLT -ENDS, CAST AND
All Kinds of
The COMPANY now manufacture the
BEST IV 1 11.
In Market. All Sizes from 3 to 60 Penny
Their Stock of
Bar Iron is More Uniform
Than ever before, and Warranted.
Is made at the Foundry every working day
AV0RK DONE PROMPTLY
Orders Promptly Filled !
par tiiois c.sii:j
Office and Manuftictory,
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EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND
GEORGIA RAILROAD, .
i .'i ,wt of Depot,
KXOXV1XLE, TENNESSEE. j
Grain Sacks !
Tbe Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory,
-OF- ' '
Vo. 2.5 Pearl Ht.. 5ew Yark.
HAS FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURIXQ
2.1.V)4Mt Urain Faeka dailv. and u nrrnarMl n
supply all orders far any size or quality, on very short
notice at the lowest market rates.
COTTON FLOUR SACKS
a - - ,
Of atr 'sites, printed to order. Send for Pikes, la
W H ASTEV & CO i
iulyM-d3m. P. 0. Box imXev lork clt yj
That claims iMvictimi thoughout the length and
breadth of oar land.
Many female suffer ia soma way at tli m6j m
nodi some girls are in great peril atUvaeoimewwteK
of menstroation, whde older ones dread it cmCb a4
the turn of life." Sometimes the menstrnal law fe'le
much, or too tittle, or may he cUeftded -with ttia; mmy
oe irregular or entirely checked, or changed ia
ance, attended wfih ptner distressing rjsJS, .1
TOrrncca, orme -Whites," frrraenuy dmi u rh
tcm. or ulceratron of the womb mar ert aJ& (M
cause rapid prostration. ?'- ; j
.Falling of the womb is an exceedingly eon area eeo
plaint, giving much trouble and distress, which, aader
ordinary treaMnent, to difficult to tare,
llystcrica. Green Sickneee, Irritability of the Wtml.
and other serious and fatal com plaints follow the fanw4a
v """'iout me. laves tnete a meaiear grauema
r, or n relieve tne laxr sex ox ua aiwr
Dies? Jfot Tnanv. ' T.a rti.ru -nn ivTnfnatfn tit
dial agenu that will come to hot. rwcue t , W aaewet.
The only acknowledged Uterine Tonic and Festal lUw
nlater known, will cure til thoe eoKftaist ate re
mentioned ia an incredibly short tisaa. Tha BttSaea-tt
once arowes, strengthens and restores the woaab to
natural condition, removing obstruction, rWrtnw
pain and -recalating ther-Monthly ym ied. t I iwr
stand j a pale, feeble and languid girf, fust HmUar fa
t womanhood; she is the pride of all, bat aarkl ike
silently steal a pickle, eats chalk, or a slate paoefl:
appetite fur food,- elrc turn witti a dote tym aad eaeu
solitude; her eye no longer sparkle, her merry laaga
id no longer heard ringing threngh the air: aba mwftm
about with blotxllmt lips' and gums, with headache,
palpitation, eouBtiaation, ewimmwia'al tha head. eM
ieet and hands, melancholy; she has a coated toarae,
offensive breath, and a host of other evils toa namereVs
to mention. - ... ,i - . . 1
- AVhcn neglected all those symptoms become acgrara
ted, there is sick stomach, heartburn, a dark Ua set
tles under the eyes, the legs and ankles are rwellea, iM
hair loeee its glo;s and falls off. there is brittltaesa aad
splitting of the finger-nails, swollen abdomen, axtrwaa
nervousness fretful new, pafoa and aeaea, dry s3.
nysteneai nts, rapid prostration,- epilepsy -aad aal
xi you. or any ei your mends are tnas aaieted. r
at once for a Bottle of English Female Bitter aad
cureo. its enects are magical in sack oan
turely no mother will postpone and delay tfi
until . -
Death is at the Dogjv
In all these eumpfiiats the system evidently shew a
want of red blood, aad Air. CharchilL ia ai mt aa
Diseases of Females, says ; " Bearing in ndci that tha
hlood is remarkably deficient in red eorpvHea, aa the
known property of iron to correct taw eoaditiea, laaww
suggests it as the most to be relied oa. the aest tf whVa
is the Citrate." Citrate of Iron enters largely iata tW
composition of English Female Bitters, combined with
powerful vegetable tonics of rare qualities -
Among the mountains af Tenneeeea aad thavtaay
woods ot Mississippi, u found a certain hard aad tiarty
root, which has been in secret asa ky aeeaa aM aM
wives for many years, possessinc magt pawert ia rega
lating and reytoring all females suffering with any af
fection of the womb. This root we have obtaiaed, gave
it a fair test in our practice, and it is new one etaa
principle ingredient in these Bitters. Other pewarfjl
uterine and general tonics also enter into ita peti
tion. V e alo add Leptandra or Black root, aafialeat
to act upon the liver and keep the bowels opea.
Blooming Young Girls,
Middle-aged matrons, those at the critical period, and
the aged grandmother, are all cured by the tue af ear
English Female Bitters, now prescribed aad asad ky
physicians all over the conn try.
If you are troubled with Falling of the Womb, at
tended with a sense of weight and bearing down naia
in the back and side, and other attendant evils, BaatMi
reraale Bitters will give entire relief.
Those at the "turn of life," mothers after aoaaae
ment, and all others (male or female) who are eonvalat
centsfrom any protracted or debilitating eomplaiaf.
who gain strength slowly, and whose digeatioa slew
and imperfect, will find these Bitters the very thing
their system demands It gives a powerful appetite,
aids and assists digestion, arouses the liver, strengthen
mentally and physically, and fills the whole tyateja
with pure crimson blood coursing through ita ehaaaets.
Common Grogshop, Bitters
Empty bitter bottles, of various styles, can ha feaad
around almost every dwelling and cabin throaghaat
the land. Their taste is pleasant, and are advertised ta
cure almost every disease, while the maaafaetarara
&noe they possess no medicinal properties whatever.
They are so many disguises for exettdinckf
beverage, which do not. nor cannot, possibly cur aa
Beware of these pleasant bitten ia quart beftlas;
they contain a sting for your vitals, and ha who bars
them carries a 'toper's" grog into bis house. One aia
who knows nothing about medicine, aayi hie big kaiflea
of common stuff will cure chills aad fever, rheumatism
and consumption; another, whose bottle a very mar
cares all imparities of the blood, makes old aiea yaaaa.
caste outdevib', restores sight to the Uind. and aamer
ous other miracles; while yet another, who r rare raw
every man a drunkard, proposes to eara ealia, iagrew
ing nails, yellow fever, heart disease and love-aiek
maidens ! We know they make no such ureK w
kdow the people at large ara deceived aad 'rwiaoled,
and as we desire to ventilate these common haaabsgs,
make the following challenge to one and all ;
One Hundred1 Dollars
rt ItS untiina m ht-uK n:.i . r
bottle .. any of the pleasanUy taetedomnjoa adv
decide the juestwn. Be it anderstoad thatlSaalaiah
Jemale Bitters m not a beverage, but is apoTlrf.1
Inand Voluble Tonic coin bin ed. earia, MStaad
mg chronic female complaints m every dircUol.
Pill-, nn in larersa kArtl . 1 n i .T. .
J. r. DROMOOOLZ A CO. Tnpr',
.-r- v" j t7;' . TOmu"ia'n lor- an aseetiuns
if uh k,dn3ritnd WW ever offered to the wibHe!
Price 1. nr i hnla i ' . '' Jl. ' - .
merchants everjhcr.. T f1"
J. P. DR0MGOOLE k U0 -HH1
V -V.- cGuEE, . . . JOS- R. illTni KT.T.
j rresiaenr. 4 ...
People's Bank of Knoxville
Orr ir r. ; Ocoe Bank BuiUg. day Street. .'
KNOXVILLE. TEMMFSfirr, '" rv
:Viltransaot a General Banking aad Brokerage a-
aX--jv9 vexpata. issue certiftcatee of DepoeV.
&sdk;:ouf "'a sTr-
e prefer that Collector of Revenue thould eoaa la
persoa or send funds by an arrnt mstrad if by- mail eg
express. rot5j k - Ml VLUtLl