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KNOXVILLK WE UK fiY CHRONIC LV WEDNESDAY, At'ar.ST JJ, 1870.
FARM AXI) HOME.
Sheep After Slieniinff.
KILtj Till. TIC'KH.
Whim shogj) nre sheared, uuyt of the
ticks leave the old ones and feck the lamb:.
The iounley will bo made h not far from
nix days, alter which tluy should be de
Btroyc'd, and can be most edectually by the
following mode ;
Tnko a large tub, whjeh can be readiest
made by wtwhig a molnsses hogshead into
two pnrtB. Eor thlrtv lniiilif, buy a pound
of "plug" tobacco, and tearing it in piece,
use tho wash-boiler, or some other vo-.-cl
that will hold from eight to twelve gallons,
to make a decoction which will be of
strength sufficient to insure Instant death
to tho tick when wet by the poisonous
compound. AVhllo it is .hot, transfer it to
tho tub, and add from two to three palls of
Now let two men seize a lamb, one by
the hind legs and the other by the head
and fore legs, dip It into the water, back
down, thus wetting it thoroughly all over,
with tho exception of his oyes and no.e.
Then let tho man who has the head of the
lamb in charge hold it up by the head and
fore legs while the attendant, using botli
hands, squeezes as mucli of the "tea" us
possible out of the wool, by passing his
hands several times downward over the
An hour's time and lcs than a dollar's
"worth of tobacco will rid the flock of these
jtcsts, which are not only a great annoy
ance to the fchcep, but of great cost to tho
owner, as not nnfrequently the continued
leaching of these vampires is the cause of
death, while they always keep a llock in
fested with them in a bad condition, what
ever the care and whatever the food.
Sheep should be salted as often as once
in each week, if the better plan already
recommended of having a lump of rock
salt always on the field, is not observed.
What purpose tho salt subserves is some
thing that philosophers have as yet been
unable to definitely settle, hut that the
sheep love it, as well as need it, is evinced
by their desire for it, and the better thrift
of tho llocks to which it is generously and
.Sheep, like people, get tired of the old,
and long for something new. However
abundant the food, it is always better to so
arrange their grazing-Helds that they can
have a new range once a week. Three lots
divided by a fence are very much better
Hum the same area all in one pasture let
ting them feed in onufor a week, and then
In tho next: nnd thus turn and turn about,
as the Scotch say, for the summer.
K1JE1 Til KM OKDKltl.Y,
by good fences, and if they are inclined to
jump, by fettering. The best mode is to
use half-ineh-thick white-wood strips,
about twenty-two inches long, and one and
a quarter inches wide, with a live-eighths
hole in each end, through which a strip 'of
leather may be passed, tho leg being on one
side of tho wood, and a keg holding tho
leather firmly on tho other.
More or less complaint is made by our
farmers every year, of the ravage-, of this
disease among theirhocts. The followinir
is a simple remedy taken from tho South
ern Farmer, and it is well worth knowing
if it will do what it claims for it. Let
those interested try it.
When hogs arc dying in tho vicinity
with cholera, take pine roots or tops and
:ishe, make a strong tea, and put corn or
meal enough in one feed into the tea, and
bod until done, and feed for three morn
ings in succession, and then once a week
as long as the cholera is near. I never
knew it to fail.
Tf it is fed to hogs twice a month, they
will grow faster and do better: if it is fed
to hogs every third day while fattening,
they will fatten much faster.
T.s Tiru CtiiiiiAii Cj.kanijd? It would
secern absurd that such a question as tills
should be asked in July, when the winter
has been over and gone for nearly four
months, and the out side cellar-door has
been open for more than three. And yet
there are cellars in this country that are
doing all they can to introduce fevers into
the family, that cat days and sleep nights
ovirthein. They are covered witn rotten
potatoes, decaying turnip-', rat-gnawings,
and some other tilings that rats leave, and
what with this conglomerate and the scent
of ld brine, and perhaps some other un
mentionable things, is not the evidence of
a sjn'cial providence, if tho family have not
already had a funeral or two since April,
Many men, intent on out-of-door work,
neglect things that need the earliest and
most careful attention in and about the
house, and nothing so demands an hour of
Bomo spring rainy day's time as the cel
lar. Hoi its of Fakji LAiioit. The sun al
ways sets a good example in tho matter of
"getting up." Half-pat four in thin longi
tude is not a bad time for the. summer
months. It will take till six to do the
chores, eat breakfast, witli a little time
given to gratefully recounting the blessings
fit the night and the morning. Then work
in tho Ileitis should commence, and be con
tinued till eleven; then two hours for read
ing, recreation, rest and dinner; then from
one to six in the fields again. An hour
for supper and chores, another for the un
mentionable delighta that cluster around
every Intelligent Christian fanner's home,
and then seven hours of sleep (if needed) ;
and the new day, with its new and Joyous
labor, is commenced with an invigorated
body, a satisfied mind, and a happy heart.
To Diisntov Lick on Fowls. Take u
pound of "rolled" suliihur (brimstone)
mash one-half the quantity and put it in a
pan, and set it in the centre of the hen
house, made as close us possible, and then
put u shovel full of lire on It and cloe the
door. After this is burned out, treat the
remaining sulphur in tlio miiuo way ; alter
tills last is burned there will be no Airther
trouble. This, of course, should b attend
ed to in tho day time, when the fowls urn
not in tho house. "When they go back
again into the housw to roost, the air will be
so strongly Impregnated with sulphur thut
It will permeate among the feathers aud
destroy whatever lice may rauaiu on the
The Courier-Journal proudly claims
Ldulsvillo as probably the only tit;. In the
universe where the uo of the bulletin
hoards by iu wn papers is interdicted.
ICOMMt'Nlc TK1). '
Autumn Icau-s) .
.Many scenes, uninteresting to the gene
ral reader of your paper, transpired, unne
cessary to record. Prior to tho consumma
tion of marriage, T was assigned to labor
on tho Jefferson Circuit that Conference
year, but did not perform the labor, and
tho next fall T received n location from the
The family relations of my first consort
were aristocratic in their feelings, and in
their position in society, being in circum
stances of wealth, if human bodies and
souls can lie considered wealth, for they
worked some llfty or sixty slaves; but
gratitude guides our pen to say, that this ac
cursed state of things is In the history of
the past, and thoy, of the original family,
with her, whom they influenced to take the
unhappy step that brought her to a prema
ture grave, "sleep the sleep that Knows
no waking." There is a false dignity
associated with tho idea of wealth that lures
only to destroy, and those led to rely upon
it for substantial haimincss are similarly
mocked as are the disciples of Tom Palno,
who take his writings instead of the .Scrip
tures for their guide to Heaven. No greater
evidence is necessary to satisfy rational
thought on tho subject of man's corrupt
moral condition in this state, Hum that of
the love of riches, the untiring pursuit of
them, and tenacity of their retention when
acquired. The decree is, "whatsoever a
man soweth that shall he reap." But we
defer further remarks hero on tills feature
of the subject to a future number, in which
it Is our purpose to oxtend our theme. A
recapitulation, in substance, of the forego
ing numbers -will form the subject matter
of our next number, after which wo shall
delineate our position, botli moral and po
litical, as a citizen of this Commonwealth.
Exciting Scene in Hie Seine.
A number of our brave friends, the mod
ern Quals, were terribly frightened on
July 0. Tho incident is thus told by a
correspondent of the London Daily News :
The novel sight of a hippopotamus
swimming in the Seine was witnessed
yesterday with as much alarm as wonder,
by hundreds of people on the river, in the
neighborhood of tho Pont d'Austerlitz.
The drouth has so reduced the water sup
ply in tho Jardin des Plantes that for
some days past the hippopotamus lias not
been aide to take his bath in the gardens.
His keeners take him on a low wagon
drawn by two horses to the bank of the
Seine, and let him go into the river as far
as the length of a strong iron chain attach
ed to his neck will allow. . The hippopota
mus grew so strong upon his healthy
swimming that yesterday he broke his
chain, struck out, got into the middle of
tne stream, anil prouueeu a trcmeniious
panic among the boats, which Ills Avhale
like bulk threatened to upset. In his frolic
he lifted his noo to the height of the paddle-box
of a steamer, and set all the pas
sengers screaming ; ills approach cleared
in a iilley a washerwoman's barge and the
Austerlitz's bathing establishment. Half
a hundred small boats went in pursuit of
him. Several keepers succeeded hi getting
on his back, but he got rid of them by
plunging. After a longimd exciting hunt,
one of the keepers got hold of a link of the
broken chain which remained attached to
his neck, slipped a. strong rope through it.
and then got sufficient assistance to haul
The tVny to Look at it.
" My sympathies are witli Prussia
France is all wrong all wrong.sir, depend
upon It : anil she will have all Europe
" Ze diableshe will ! Veil, suppose she
uuz. sair, j? ranee vippszewnoie continent,
sair' ! Oui. sair ! Vive la France !"
" Potter go sehlow a ieddle tell you hears
trom reesniai'K : I'ee-iiitirK is tor gott
faintest 7m(7'i xchlacter ever you tit
see fetter go sehlow a leilille !"
ed. no how, but I'll just bet XX greenback
that Uncle Sam kin lick 'cm both quick
er'! a. valler Johnny kin whisk his pig
tall." (Witli ijotlitmimii-stucicin tne arm
holes of ills vest, and a huge strut visible
all over his presence. )
' If hold Hingland raises up hin it, hit'll
lie a tl tl short Jon : out liotlierwl.se Na
poleon's bound to be whipped, because lie's
got a oioouy jiirisumaii to lead ins army."
" By that same token he'll win ivory
light thin, and here's the daccnt-lookln'
money that sez so, bo gorrah !"
" It'll send gold a kiting."
" It'll knock bonds llattor'n a cake."
" That's all you know about it. Bonds
may collaspen little at first, but they'll go
hlgher'n over, for T tell you. gentlmcu.
they're the best security in the world
Tliey are so,"
How to Cook Skchi'I.vo Booms. J. M
Burdiek. of Ilion, X. Y.. wrote that sleep
ing-roonis might bemiide tolerable In hot
weather by simply saturating napkins,
towels newspapers, etc.. witli cold water.
and leaving them to evaporate. (Dr. J. V.
C Smith said thut the practice was a good
one, but a few pounds of ice in tho room
was better.) The sumo gentlemen advised
cutting of potato-blos-onis, as tho growth
and maturity of the seed-balls subtracted
considerable from the amount of nutriment
thut the roots furnished. Ho also suggest
ed that a piece of raw beef hung in a bed
room would attract the mo-quitoes from
the slumberer, very much to his relief.
Tnui: Hkkoikm. The man who walks
tho streets with imruflled brow and ieace
1'ul heart, though his business Is ruined,
his prosj)ects beclouded, and his family re
duced to want; who maintains his integ
rity amid temptation, and bravely, hope
fully struggles against adversities, upborne
by an unyielding fhitli in Providence, is a
hem. And In yonder room, where that
)sor, pale-faced giji. through long, weary
day aiyi dreary nights, with aching eyes
and wasting frame, bravely battles off the
gaunt starvation, or Hunting infamy, with
no other weapon than u trusting heart and
a little needle there Is na Of God's hero
ines Eat Hu'K Fkiit. One of the oldest'
and best physicians in Connecticut eon
sL'tntly reoomtncrtdcd eating ripe fruit. If
each in its season is psrtaken of when
fresh, there is-llttle fear of any of the sum
mer diseases that arc so couiinon in ome
sections, mid which cause so much trouble
and so much expense.
Newman's wheelbarrow factory at Mil
ton Landing, New York, was destroyed by
fire on Sunday morning. Loss s.jo.O'mi.
I'liUNM.IiKHS IN HOHMtTSON.
A Hand of liolilicr.s Seize n Constable and
Carry oil' Seven Hundred Dollars.
One of tho boldest robberies which has
occurred in this section for a long time
past, was perpetrated in JloberNofi county,
a night or two since, by a desperate band
of robbers whoso identity or numbers have
not yet been ascertained. They first pro
ceeded to Mr. Itolfs farm-house, two
miles north of Coopertown, and with mur
derous threats, compelled him to throw"
open his doors j ransacked the house and
took away with them Sl.00 in cash and n
quantity of valuable goods. They subse
quently visited the house of Constable
Jtobert Held, four miles further north.
One of them called out to hint, " como out
here Hob, I want to see you." As Mr.
Held was an olllcer of the law and had
been aroused frequently before by citizens
on official business, ho unsuspectedly open
ed the door, out of which lie had hardly
placed his foot before lie was seized by sev
eral ruffians and held, with pistols present
ed at his head, until others had nindo a
thorough search of the house, for valuables.
Thov nlit.'ilned SollO in cash, a horse and a
mule, released Constable Held and went
rnirltllv nwnv from flic tilaeo. Ho called
up half a dozen of his neighbors and went
in pursuit of the desperadoes. Jt was not
long before the pursuers came across Con
stable ltcid's stolen mule and horse, lying
dead in the road, they having been shot
nnd deserteil bv the scoundrels when
about to be overtaken. Tho pursuers were
subsequently joined by twelve others, and
at last accounts they were still, in pursuit
The affair occasioned intense excitement
in the locality in -which it occurred. It is
believed that the robberies were committed
by parties having a full knowledge of the
premises of tho persons robbed. Nashville
The North-German Confederation, estab
lished in ISOti, consists of Prussia and the
German States north of the river Main.
The names of these States (twenty-one in
number) are: Saxony, Mccklcnburg-
Schwcrin, MoOklenburg-Strelltz, Olden
burg Brunswick, Saxe-AVeimar, Saxe-
Melningen, baxe-AItcnlnirg, siaxe-Coinirg-Gothu,
Jteuss, (two provinces), Sehauniburg
Lippe, Lippe-Detmold, Lubeck, Bremen,
liamourg aim iiesse-iMrmstaiit.
ASSO L'ACKJl KNT.S.
Wo are authorized and requested to announce I.KW
IS IH DIIlI'ltll a a candidate for Constable in the
1 t Civil District of Knox county. Election 4th Auitu.t.
Wr-itro authorized and requested to nnnounco (iKO.
W. IlII.llKU'r ns ii punrildiitn for re-election to the
office of Constable in tho First Civil District of Knox
To the Vuttri tf thr 'iVt Di'trict tf Knox Utuntii;
Kki.iow-Ciiukns I hereby announce myself a can
didate for Constable of this District. 1 flutter myself,
if elected, that I roubt render satisfaction. I ask my
friend to use their efforts in my behalf which I doabt
not niTi be done, and which will be most cratcfully ap
preciated. Klcction 4th Thursday in August.
.1 A.MKS I,. HOl'rillOJ.DErt.
Wo an uuthorued to announce Col. 1'. TL'llXKY,
of Franklin enmity, as a candidate for Supremo Judiro
lor tho -Miildlu Divi-ion of tiio State. tde.
We are authorized to announce lion. 0. V. TK.Ml'J.K
a a candidate for re-election n Chancellor of the Sth
Chancery Division of Tennessee. ap l;l-tdo
We are authorized and requested to announce M. h.
HA 1,1. m a candidate for Judio of the Criminal Court
of Knox county, at tho cntuins August election.
We are authorized and requested to anuouce 1. 1'.
AliI.KY :i a candidate for Justice of the Peace tor the
First District of Knox county, at the August election.
Wo arc authorized to announce R. 11. DoWlUiI. as a
candidate for Attorney llenerai of tho Third Circuit,
subject to the decision of the people at the ballot-box.
AVe are authorized and requested to announce If. C.
TAltWATFJt us a candidate for the office of Clerk of
tho Criminal Court of Knox county. Election tirst
Thursday in Auirust.
Wo are authorized nnd requested to announce tho
namo of D. K. YOUNt u a candidate for Circuit
.Juilsc in tho third Judicial ureuit. 1. lection cm the
1st Thursday in August next. april LV-tf
Wo are authorized and requested to announce tho
namo of Col. .1. .M.TllonXllUUlllI as a candidato for
re-election to tho office of Attorney (leneral for tho 'M
Judicial Circuit, at tlic ensuing .ugust election.
In answer to numerous calls, wo are authorized and
requested to announce the name of 1'.. T. UAIiI. af a
candidate for re-election to tho offico of Circuit Judgo
ol tins J udicial Circuit, at the ensuing August election
We arc authorized nnd requested to nnnounco .IAS.
1. SWAXX iK 'ii eandiilato for Circuit .luile in tho
Second judicial Circuit, composed of the counties of
r-cvicr, uocKe, Jcltcrsoii, iiraingcr, iininornc, inion.
Uampwell, cott, and ilaiuiiiin it estauiistied.
In response to the published call of members of tho
lt.ir. in various counties of Knt Tennessee. and numer
ous solicitations ot friends, 1 hereby auoounec myself
as a candidate for the lieie li of the Supreme Court of
tlic State. api:i-tdo .us. vt . jjkauxuick,
We are authorized and requested to announce the
namo of Hon. JAMES 11. ItANDOI.l'Il as a Candidato
lor Judge of the Circuit Court for tlio Second Circuit of
Tennessee, eompo-ed of the counties of Claiborne,
Campbell, Scott, I'liion, Sevier. Cocke, Jefferson,
Iiraingcr, and liaiiilillii It cstablllied.
Wu are authorized and requested to announco llrm.
T. A, 1!. XE1.SOX as a candidate for Supreme Court
.ludge iroui tlio hastem Division. I lie elcciion is tobc
held the first Thursday in August, and two Judged from
eaeliot tlic three division of tho Mate are to Do lift
We ore authorized and requested to announco (ln.
JOKii A. DKWEY as a candidate for re-election to tho
olhoeot Attorney (icncral in the M-coud Judicial ( ir
ellit. fonittoscd of tho counties fif Sevier. Cocke. JcHer
son, Iiraingcr, Claiborne, I nion. Campbell, Scott, aud
jiamijiin n cstauusiicu.
Wo aro authorized and requested to announce tho
name of J. 1', HAI.1IHAIT11, of JcRcrson county, :m a
candidato for Attorney (Icncral in the Second Judicial
..!.....!. I C. !..- ,V .
t'liiiui. luuiiiosvu ui iiiu muiiiit" "1 cuiRTi eKe,
Jefferson, liruinger. Claiborno. I'nion. Campbell. Scott.
and llumblin if established. Election First Thursday
in August. junl'.l-dltMtde.
Tit Iht Kditor tif the Itnilu Clirunictr ;
In answer to repented calls from many of my friends
and acquaintances throughout the county, to become
a vandldjto lor the office of Judge of the Criinin il
Court of Knox county, I authorise you to announco mo
as a candidate for the position, ftloetioii the 1st Thurs
day of August ucxt. J. 1'. J. LEWIS.
To ,ler. Henry l!nlhnrity, 11',. II', W'tftctr, IK II.
JtideHoitr, Jaliii V, Tale uwl uthrr :
Ukmlkmkn : In response to your card, which I see in
tho CiiiioNict.K of thoMth in-t., requesting me to become
a candidate for the ollioo of County Court Clerk of An
dermn Bounty, I would ray that I am gratified to lmrn
that my efforts In time past, when 1 held that position,
to dlssdiorge properly the duties ol the office, were pat
ishVtory to 1115 Icllnn -eitizeiM.
I hereby Hiiuouiice myself as n candidate for tlics.ime
af the coming eloetion, in compliance wlUi your call,
If ducted, 1 shll. heretofore, rtideavor to give
faithful attention to my duttcj, and to promote the in
terests of my felb. -"ilizmis and ot the county.
Thanking you tor our expression of eonHdmu e, I re
in ill), K si.'etfull' ypiin,
.lillitt JHli. ls.To-1 .. W. W. Wai.uack.
A. J. EIOKS,
Attorney at Law.
TTKXDjb l'HOJUTI.Y V) ALL BUSIKKSS
V in tile Poo its held In the Cit of Knoxritle.
'4 Ciillovtions promptly made and remtt l.
OFFICE JUlN SlKr-KT.'
Dissolution of 1'ai lii(;rs)ii.
rpiIKl'IItM F llAXTKlt, CIIAMI'ION ,V lUCKrJ
J Attorn ut l.aw, wit abwolred, by mutual ion,
tent, on the 1Mb day of .Msy.lSTO.
The unfinished business of tho partnership will be
attended to as lioretofo-e lo.- tho uicmbeiti of tho firm,
util'l i' .!! .it:!.- !. itsnlj-dotwlt
- Hat ; Hi!l-lli tcU gotti't: u,i i'l tiK bi-t
t - fllf Cn'.jsv le JolM'lhVc
Agricultural Implements, &c.
(1. W, MAJ1IIY. C. TUItXEK. JOS. A. MAIlltr.
MABRY, TURNER & CO,,
(Successors to A. 0. Jackson .t Co.)
T) 12 A L E It S IN
OF EVERY KIND,
Mill Furnioltlns Cioods,
Wo tiro tho exclusive Agentu for East Ton-
nwco for the colehrated
"CUT GEAR WOULD'S"
Reaping and Mowin?
E. HALL & CO., CANTON, OHIO.
KL'.SSKIili &. CO.'S
Reaping and Mowing Machines,
REAPER AND MOWER,
C. AULTMAN & CO., CANTON, OHIO
Wheeler & .HclllcK's
T H R E S H E R S
I50TH LEVEIt AND TREAD.
We are the exchifivo Dealcrn in the eolo
Manufactured bv J. C. Bidwell. (Tlio
Cast Cast -Steel Plows,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Wo keep coiietantly on hand every variety
Hand and H orse Rakes,
CRADLES AND SCYTHES,
'Yankee and Dutch)
SALT AND CEMENT.
I-Wo ask a call from our old friends
ami t UHtoinorx, and the Farmers of Ettt
T II It I. K SPECIAL IT.KMIl'.MS
Ramsdell Norway Oats!
I'lrst l'or tlic I.iirBOit Yield from One
Aero, it llli !lrit Two Itusliels untie Outs,
A 10I.I) .iii;iaii
Neroiul 5'or the Host SlienT or Itunillc,
A MI.VI'.ll ?ii:iai.i
Third 1'or tlio riirjrost Nlnllts Gronii from
1 NIliKle rnlll,
ni.A.Noii Attics i:i,i:ititATJ:i viu'km
rnltE SECOND AND THIRD SHOULD BE OATH
X crcd before ripened, in order to preserve tho heads
perfect nnd prevent thatterlng.
Tho nhovo l'remiums will bo awarded hv tho appro
priate Committee of the East Tcnnrssco Division Fair,
to be held at Knoxvillo this Fall. Entree to bo made
by the grower.
Wo cordially invito all who have the Ramsdell Nor-
ways to enter lor ono or all ot tno premiums.
HOUGH ,k CHURCH,
Gay St., KNoxvtu,K, Tknn.
BROOM CORN! BROOM CORN!
ROLLI Sl IIIAVANNES,
Manufacturers of Brooms,
WOULD INFORM THE FARMING COMMU-
nity that thoy will purcliajo all
of irood fjuullty that if ofTored to them, at tho market
prico. 1 ho timo bcinn closo at hand when it should bo
prepared and offered for salo, tho.o who have plant
ed Broom Corn, but aro not familiar with its culture
nnd treatment, can obtain all neucis-ary information by
addrc'slnic I10LLI Jc CHAVANNES,
jun'J.l-dtjul3-w2m. Knorvillc, Tcnn.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases of tho Throat and Xiunrrs,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
and Consumption. .
Probably never betrire in tho wliolo history of
medicine, has any thing won so widoly anil ko
deeply upon tho conlldenco of mankind, as this
excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints.
ThrouRh a long series of years, and amonz most
of tho races of men It has ri"cn higher and nlghcr
in tlicir estimation, aj It has. become better kiion.
Its uniform character and power to cure the va
rious affections of tho lungs and thro.1t, have
made it known as a reliable protector against
them. While adapted tu milder forms of disease
and to young children, It Is nt tho same lime thu
most effectual remedy that can lie given for Incip
ient consumption, and thu ilaiigcrons affections
of tho throat and lung. Ait n provision against
sudden attacks of front), it should lie kept on
hand In every family, nnd indeed ns fill are nome
times subject to colds and coughs, all should bo
provided with this antidote for them.
Although settled t'i.nmjff'. is thought In
curable, still great numbers of raosuheie tho
disease i-cemed settled, have been completely
enred, and tho patient restored tn ounil health
by tho Vhrrrtj J'irlnrnl. (o completo is ils
mastery over the disorders of the Lungs and
Throat, that the most obstinate of themyield to it.
When nothing else could roach them, under the
Chrrrn Vcctornl they Mib-idc and disappear.
.Sfnprrs rf l'uhllc ffprulieri llnd great
protection from it. ,
Anthma Is always relieved aud often wholly
cured by It.
Ilrotichitl is generally cured by taking the
Chrrru rcctnrnl In small and frcijuent doses.
So generally are Its virtue known, that wo
need not publi-h the certificates of thev.i here, or
do more than assure the public that its rmjhliea
aro fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fover and Ague, Intermittent Favor,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fevor, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fover, &c,
and indeed all tho affections which ariso
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic
As Its name Implies, it does Cure, and does not
fjil. Containing neither ArscnK', (Juliiitio, Ili,
muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poImouumr
Mibstojico whatever, it in nowise injures any pa
tient. The number and importance of its cures
in tho ague districts, are literally beyond in 'mint,
nnd we believe without n parallel in the history
of Ague medicine. Our pride is gratified in tho
acknowledgments we receive of Ihe radi'-al cures
effected In ohstinato cases, and where tither rem
edies btul wholly failed.
Cnacclimatcd' pcr-on, either lesldent in. or
travelling through miasmatic localities, w ill bo
protected bv taking tho AHUV fl'lll! dally.
For I.tn'r Complaint, arising from torpid
ity of tho.I.ivcr, it H an excellent remedy, stimu
lating tho T.lvcr into healthy activity.
Kor ISIIious Disorders and Liter Complaints, it
Is an excellent lcmedy, producing many truly
remarkable cures, where other medicines had
1'reparod by Dis. .1. C. Avku & Co., Practical
and Analytieal Chemists, Lowell, JIass., and
sold all round the world.
vitici:, $i.oo n:it iiottle.
For s.ilo by all druggists, and merchants generally.
RICIIAIMISON, ItUItR & TERRY,
IWateh Stiikkt r.AH.noAn Chossi.no,
Dressed Flooring, Ceiling-, "Weather
Boarding, Broom Handles,
Axe Handles, Pick
Handles, Spokes, Felloes,
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, &o., &c.
Ju in e.VdAw.'liu
JOHN L. MURPHY, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOU IN CHANCERY,
U. Si Commissioner nnd Notary Public
orrici:: JUUOl. TEMl'IiKW Old Oflicoon GAY STRK15T,
Uet. -Main and Hill ptrccts, near the Chronicle Office.
Kiiowille, To ii n.
rllEKH CAN ALWAYS UK FOUND Di;-
ring business hours, except when professionally
Particular attention paid to tho settling up of
Estates, perfecting Titles to Jtcal llstate. ic.
april lit f
Jonx Uaxter, i
Exchange and Deposit Bank,
TKN.VK.SSKK 3IOXJ3Y IfOlt TAXKS TOW
Host thIv paid for New Issue Dink of Tennessee,
Kst Tennessee, Virginia and (ieorgin Itallroad Ptoi-lc
nn I lloiidi! bought and mid, and a (!cprul Dunking
Interest paid on lleposits in f.VVIXOS JlANKIDc-
On all tho uriiwliul cities of I-htropo for salo.
THE OLDEST PRIVATE DISPENSARY IN NASHVILLE
J)n. McG ILL'S,
FKRJl ATOIt It llti'.A CUIIKD. aWMY FIIIEND,
MItt before Vim furllinp tsi, I mini li., .ll.n...n ..ml
Iwinint a euro. Jlv nrlrn it TlllllTV HfiT.r.AltsJ
ssHitlu advauc. and I furnish all medicines und if a
euro l not , etleuted I relurn tlio money.
wri-u-K inn us j roin a a, h. tour. u.
ah li ners Ulrecteu to
Tim Daily nml "Weekly CiiitomcLE, ut tlio
boi'K-l 'rfs, only ilvo cents per cop