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KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WED.NKsD Y n.v,M1ER 9, Ls70.
Xfiv Vt.k Taiilcj f'CCftU-d bj 3Iark Tivain.
I .1 the November (ialtxy.l
Now thnt corjwe wild the undertaker,
, . ' 1 1 1 k the folded Imnds of doct-uscd np
lovingly wrm n hrlek every way yon
ik him ho w ti brick. Ik- wits real
roniinoditllnj?, and w modest-Iikc and
Miuple In lil liwt momenta. Friends want
ed mct.dllu burial cu"e nothing el-e would
no. couldn't get it. There warn't going
to ho time anybody comIiImh1 thnt. Corppo
said never mind. kIihUc him up i-onie kind
i.f a box ho eould ntrcteh out in eomfort-
nble, he warn't particular 'bout the general
Ktyleofit. Said lie went moro on room
than style, any way, m alatllnnlcontaln
er. Friends wonted a silver door-liito on
thccoilln, Hlgnilying who he wan anil
wher' he wns I'rom. Now iou know a fel
low couldn't roust out such a gaily thing
s that In a little country town like this.
What did corpse say ? Corpse said, white
wash Ids old canoe and dob li' :iddres.sand
general destination onto it with a blacking
brush and a stencil plate, 'long witli a verso
"rom some hymn or other, and p'int
ihii for tlie tomb, and mark !iim ('. ().
D., and just let him skip along. lit warn't
dlstrcsi-ed any more than you Iu on this
contrary just as carm and collected a a
hearse horse ; said he judged that wher' no
was going to, a body would llnd it consid
erable better to attruct attention by a pic
tcresque moral character than a natty
burial case witli a swell door plate on it.
Kpleiulid man he was. I'd I've urutnor
do for a corpe like that 'n any I've tack
led in seven year. There's some sntisfuc
yn In buryin' a man like that. You feel
tiWit what' you're doing is appreciated.
Lrd bless vou, so's he got planted before
lie sp'lled, lie was perfectly satisfied ; said
his gelations meant well, perfectly well,
but all them preparations was bound to de
lay the tiling more or less, and he didn't
wish to be kept layin' around. Vou never
see such a clear head as what he had and
so carm and so cool. .Tusta hunk of brains
that is what he was. Perfectly awful.
It was a ripping distance from one end of
that man's head to t'other. Often and
over again he's had brain fever a-raging in
one place, ami the rest of the pile didn't
know anything about it didift affect it
.riy more than an Injun insurrection ii.
Arizona allects the Atlantic States. Well,
he relations they wanted a big funeral,
' Jt corpse said he was down on ilummery
- didn't want any procession fill the
i .ir.-e full of mourners, and got out a stern
lit i and tw Mm behind. He was the
i. 't dov-n o:i style of any remains I ever
The State Sunday School Convent ion.
I r efpon lenee of the Chronicle.
Nashvim.k, Te.wv.. Xov. T70.
The Knoxrillc delegation totlio Stnte Stindy
Sehool Ooavention. consisting of Merer!. J. AY.
Gaut, J. A. ltayl, Joieph ltte nrd W. K.
Cooper, F. F. Atwell nsd O. 15. ';mitli. arrived
in this city yostcrdny morniiijr. n 1 nt onco h
took themselves to the Harwell Tome. Many
in KnexvilU nre acquainted with this house,
hut l those who art not, we would say it is one
f th very best in the whole eonntrr. The
hospitality shown th delegation will n long
At 9, A,u.r the deleration were Informed that
fh cood residents of Xft'lmlle were expecting
them at their homes, and your correspondent,
with another delegate, went nisigaeu to tho
cheerful home of Mr. John "W. Harry, formerlr
of KnoxrilU, but for many years a resident of
this city. Hotel mo may De pleasant, out we
prefer quiet home life, such as we fouid at the
Iieuse of our friend. Other members of the
delegation speak highly of the kindness and at
tention paid them by thoe with whom they
The Convention opened at 10, a.m., with over
ne hnndred delegates is attendanee, and from
the first rueee's win assured. Scriptures were
read, "I am glad I urn in this iiri.iv " was rung
with rigor, a fervent prayer for the ucces of
the Coavontion was ottered, aw'ther hymn
" Savior, like a shepherd lend us ' wa suns,
when Rov. Dr. A. J. Uaird delivered the ad
dress of welcome. Had I time and space, I
would give you an outline of thi address; stif
le it to ray, it was replete with fervor, elo-
uenee and good round sense. It made a pro
ound impression. A coii.mittee on permanent
crcanlxatioii was nmiointcd. and reported in fa
vor of John Frizzell. Eso... "f this city. f'r
President: .1. AY. Guilt and .1. A. liayl, of
Knoxville, with some four others, Vice Profi
dents; M. 11. Pilcher and II. K. Jones, Secre
taries and AY". II. Wharton. Treaurcr.
TiiB President nroved to be the rielit iiinn!in
the rikht ulacc. He made n neat speech und
assumed his dutle. After tho appointment of
various committees ana tho transaction oi un
iinnortant business, ndiourned.
'Ill ore was a largo attendance of the elite of
Mie ty hi tins meeting, anu it u&enino oviuoni
at ('lice that there was at leart one nuestioil on
whif-h all classe of Christians could meet in per
fect harmony for winch let us thank wort
and take courage.
ArTERXOoV rKSHioK. 2 r. m.
After devotional exercises of an impressive
and interesting character, the regular commit
tees were announced oy the cnair, on which tno
delegation from Knoxville ficurod extensively.
This done, the following question was dis
missed: "Jow can Sunday Schools he made
Te rhlcUnt t" The debate was opened by F.
V Atwell. followed br llev. Mr. Inman. Kev.
Dr. Baird, O. 11. Smith, Jos. Kichards, Judge
Ttirlty and others. The rpee ches were all short,
to the point and exceedingly interting. "Shall
we sing in Heaven, ' was rendered with fine ef-
The "question box" was opened and runny
i tiAstinas of interest ware read and answered.
flermort singing, adjourned to meet at the
McKendrec Methodist Church at i 1 v.
Planting strnhcrrlcs In the Fall.
The,S'w(tf i'Vf"7 Hreordrr stntes that It
will do to set out strawberry plants at the
South any time in November. Those of
ouT readers who have no strawberry beds
ibr raif':ng lrl,lt Mr nonio consumiition,
.-hould attend to ',!, matter during the
nresent nionth. To those wlio contem-
plnto planting, th following article from
the Ohio Fnnmv will be found useful :
" When plimtH are well set in the fall,
thoy will fruit the next season, as It 1b the
fall growth of the root which supports the
plant for the next year's fruiting. Go in
to your garden to-day, and pull up at,traw
bcrrv nlant which hus fruited tills seas n.
and you will sec the old stock of roots dead
Hiid black, nnd from the crown of the root
beneath a set of new roots putting out j
these must ninkeagood fallgrowth, or you
will get no considerable crop of fruit next
year ; and transplanting now cause a less
Jar In tho natural condition of the plant
than If taken up nt any other period of tlie
" Choose for planting young runners
thnt are well rooted ; then on a cloudy duy
proceed with your work. Draw a line
where you desire to plant and mark a
place for the row; spread out the roots
von on all sides ; set in so as to bring tlie
dirt well up to the crown of the plant,
without co-cring it, nnd prrs the soil
down firmly with your hands around the
plant. Tf the weather should prove dry,
water thoroughly, so as to ?oak the rooU,
so often as the foliage shows by it droop
ing upie." .tii co Hint wnter is necessury.
" JJoloru l.i" setting in oi winter, cover
lie entire suri'.ice of the ground, over the
nlnnts nnd all. with a litter of straw or
other like material, to keep the plants from
the chances of frcczintr and thawinir. to
which they would be exposed if left on tho
surface where the sun and winds would
have full nlav upon them. This covering
should bo removed in tlie spring, so as to
let the plants grow up without hindrance.
The fruit buds'are formed in the fall, and
if these are iniured during the exigencies
of winter nnd early spring tlie crop of fruit
ill bo lost.
"Strawberries, like trrnnes. need a gen
erous, ttrong soil, but not decidedly fat,
and especially not recently staunched with
;ieen or raw manure, n miuiuie n iimu
d. let it be fine. old. well-rotten eomwwt.
and let it be thoroughly mixed with tlie
soil, which soil is best to be a deep loam,
tnougn some varieties, an inu iarjy scar
let, will ilourish in any soil. A moict toil
Is always host tor 8tr:;woerrK-s."
Xutmkos. Wc learn that a young mnn
In Elkton. Ky n haliath evening last,
came very near dvinsr from the effect of an
overdose of nutmegs, of which he had par
taken rather freely for the purpose or re
moving from his breath tho fumes of
liquor. Tlie pnysicians or tnat piace w ero
caiieu upon to c.cri. men uiuiu&i skiu io
relieve him, and after spending almost the
Hole nignt witli mm, succeeded in re-
leiving him of the attack, and declared j
him out of danger. The practice of eating
nutmegs isagrowhnrevil in many sections
t the country, and this instance oi tno
miner ntteniliiiir tho habit, wo hone, will !
lead all addicted to it to take warning and
abandon this Iniurious nnd, when carried
to excess, dangerous practice. LouUcillc
McCOEKLE o6 CO.,
GENERAL OM.UISSIOX M BB5CIIiSLlfiTSr
AND vr i
i chureh, an exceedingly spacious struc
re. was crowned, the choir crave some niusu
t'ahlsrh order which wns well ronderod. and
1y needed a betterbalaneeof the part tohavo
' "n perfect.
Tho addresses ofltev. A. G. Havffood and H
Jones were listened to with profound attsn-
b nna prouucoa a oa enect on me conven
ion. More Axok.
Intoxic ating Chowh. Tlie destruction
which these warv birds do to the oulntand
In ' com cron Is too well known to need
.nimeiit. Wo trlve a reelne which wo are
old will enable you to clour your farm of
Mi pest entirely, ami h is simpio uini
f k ip. Take fay-apple root and jiound it
flue, nour water on It and thou add shelled
com. Lot it set forty-eight hours and it Is
rtady for use. Then sprinkle about. This
ritoxlcatos them so that thoy arc unable
o liy, and you can dispatch them at lei
Mire. Our Informant savs he has scon
fcnulrrels undor tho effect of It. which rcn
dered them unable to climb, and at an oar-
ly day they wero doseu in this manner
and killed to provent them from destroy
j nc tho young torn.
Nashville packer offer 61(3.7 coats per pous
for pork, ami only await eoolweather to begi
f J.-.' gotering.
H0XS1E & DE PUE,
No. 106, Gay Street,
I Zr i I S ,
FOR CISTKHN'S AND WKTiLS.
iflcl.r.iti 1 Cook Si ic
Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers, &c, &c.
EXCELSIOR AND CLIPPER REAPERS AND MOWERS,
ISleller's Gruiu Bp: Isig and Grain
Hutchinson's Patent Cider and Wine Mills,
For Families and Manufacturer's. Best Mill In the world. Saves all the Fruit.
jJ!SSj:s, scjij-;w& giundeiiss, tc.
Genuine Pitts and Favorite &icscr Threshers,
SEPARATORS AND IIORsK-POWERS,
Feed Cutters of all Varieties, Corn Shellers, Sulky Rakes,
Clover cel Gsi"tliei'ei'.",
Ami every Implement found in n Crst-cl.v Acriculturnl IIouec, North or South. All warranted. Send frti
Uc-criptive Circular. Letters of inquiry promptly answered
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE.
ItlcCOHKI.i: A CO.,
auEt-6m East Tunnr-wee a.d Virouia Hailroad BKroT, KNOXVILLE, TENN.
The best Stove for burning wood eTer offered in tbii
For Owl mix I V'oxl. th only Mot in thU iiiurkvt with
the boaitne lurk.
Via now lure die litravM. v,k -t hTOYKS ror f-
icrou in uiw iimrxw.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEPOT.
GEORGE S. RUBLE,
GliNEHAL S0UT1IEKN AGENT F 0 It
RUSSELL & CO.'S
Celebrated Improved Double-Fan Threshing Machine,
Self-Raking and Dropping Reapera, Mowers, and Agricultural Implements of Every
.Description irom a uaruen seed I'lanter to a j en-iiorse 'i'liresner.
Mill Furnishing Goods and Mill Machinery, the best now manufactured, Cook's
Jivaporatorn, borgo alius, fcc, &v. My stocit ot i'liUW h are uiiMirpassed by
any In the State. Repairs for MACHINERY" constantly on hand.
For the better accomiooJatlon of mv VjisI Tcnnesseo natron?. I ba f cfitablifthed au airenev at ICnoxTill&
through Jfctsre. IIOUUH & CHURCH. All orderi to theiu will receive prompt and careful attention.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE PEOPLE.
CLARK, QUAIFE & C0.3
ritni'UIETORS OF THE
CARTER IRON WORKS, CARTER COUNTY, TENNESSEE.
We are now prepared to furm'i iMHinci to the people of E,wt Tcnneseo cheaper tlinn over beforo told in
t c in.iKo our own ir 111. hiiu can nuoni 10 "u oosunKS ill lower prices man 11 H posuuo 10 lurnitli
tuem when broutut in from tli
COOKXHG AWD HEATING STOVES,.
of various pati-rti and siief, for wood or coal.
GRATES, FRONTS AND FENDERS.
From 13 to 19 inch Ra-sket, Fire Dog, AVagon Uoxcs, "Wash Kettles, Rakers, Ovens,
OKiiiets, una rots oi an hizet. .iko, an Kinds ot fti uvJi wakis.
Horse l'owers, Threshers, Cane Mil', Straw Cutters, Corn Shellers, Plows, nnd other
Grates for Steam Engines, Water Wheels, Saw Mills complete, and evory kind of
,muj uastings, etc., sc, ivc.
All kinds of Produce takon in exchange for Cnstlngs, at highest market prices.
All work WARRANTED as represented.
Fonndery, on Knoxvillo and Kentucky Rnllroad. Depot for Castings, at the store
of Hoxsio & DePue, Gay street.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICE LISTS.
Gidvaulseed kihI Wrotil.i
Hollowware aud Cnatings of all kinds
I'rtsscd Witru oT nil liimlH,
ROOFING & GUTTERING
Done at short notie-.
We are alv uanuru tur.ni the celebrated Step Stove
Whieh we offer to the Trade at 1'ricc lhat defy eonipc-
titlon. All fctorm guaranteed to ifive ntimictlon,
Our House Furnishing Department
Imi complete, huvinst jut received a Jew Stock,
which wu pureliii'el at panic privn.
com: and ski: fou vovuhelf.
0, B. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Merchants and othora from tho country
aro respectfully reqnetod to give us a call
before purchasing, for wejwill not bo undrr-
Real "Estate Agent,
Attorney :tt Liur;
IV.i veynn-r end Commissioner of Deeds for Miclriffntt
Ohio, Gcorgin, etc., etc.
V ;U Kslr.to of Evrry Dcscrijitfon
iioushi, Sold, Excliiingcd) Rented
Hcnts eollcetcd and taxes paid in nil part! of Knit
Through nctlve nnd rcsnon.Ihln crirrAtwm1rn( Txnn
havo .ill bisiness connected with ltcnl Ketnto promptly
nnd faithfully attended to in nil parts of tho United
Abstracts of title carefully prepared, aud
llcnting, care nnd management of city property tnado
Deeds. Mortgages and other papers relating
to Real Estate promptly and
ltead the list given below of a few of the
Much I offer for sale.
Vtilimllc luotH ibi Sulo.
I orrsit polar or Tin Cuoicest Lots Noktu or
TIIK llAILr.OAl), AND AFFOKDIKQ THK HEST 1NYEST11KNT3
VOW OX TUB MARKET. COttSEIl LOTS ON IMPORTANT
Call and look otiii Plat anii Maps.
No. 372 Choice Oay street lot.
NO. 52S A choice building lot. fnrire. and beautiful! v
located, near thq Unlrcrsity, nbout ono luile from
I 'No. S97--Brick cottuge, ntw and well built, on a de
sirable lot, well sodded, with fruit trees set out, Xc.x
good cistern, l'ricc JVWJ, and S500 required in cash.
No. GOlllulldlnff site. 200 feet sauare. on turnnlko
roaa, one muo irom aiaricci square, mou.
No. 591Storo house and residence on Depot Square,
ireetwater. Jluildincs lareo nnd in Rood order: lot
largo, well improved and well located in one of the
0. It. Smith.
apl C ly
JOSE I'll II. WIIWS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
(SOLICITOR IN' OIIAN'OERY,'
B Particular attention paid to Collectinr.
aprilSO-tf OmcKi No. 1, riar of Court llonie-
N0TICK TO NON-UKSIDKNT.
l'unnie U. Harbour vs. Myron C. Harbour.
rN this cask it appi:aks i:hom thk bii.Ij
t filed in thin cause, that tba defendant, Myron C.
Harbour, Is a non-resident of the Htato of Tennessee,
M stated In the bill: It Is ordered that publication bo
made for four sueoewivo weeks in tho Knoxvillo Chronl
vle, notifying s.tid defendants to uppoar before the
uauiieery uourt at ivnoxviuo, on tno Hum .Mcumny oi
.March nctt, then to mako defenso to the bill, or tho
MUtie will be taken for confewed mid t for licurhiK ex
lwrte. law ni oruer. i cn :
OCt 1D-W41 -11. li. I'ill 1 l.UOU.. V. .V M.
T. V. l'trkln- vs. A. J. Foust und Charles Poust. llu-
rore i.e. Klncalil, u Justice ot tyo reaco lor Anuer-
uii eounty. Tennewee.
IK THIS CASE, THE PLAINTIFF HAVINCI
J. mado oath that tho defendant, A. J. 1-oust, is in
debted to him.aml bus absconded, so that tho ordinary
Tirofieitt of law cannot be served unon him: It is there
fore ordered thut publication be mads in theKnexviHe
Chronic!", nnewscancr published in KBexvlllo.T'eanee-
seo, notifying the euid defendant, A. J. Foust. t appear
at my oflic-e in Clinton, en the 3rd day of December,
JS70, ana Uelena fia sun, or me tame win ne Heara ex
parte as to bim. T. S. KINCAID,
nov2-wlt. J. 1'. for Anderson County.
Hull IIIII'IU.EU ,,,tv ..CI iUVt.LV.I fti UUV UL LUU
rettlcst nnd nlcasantcst villaaes in Kant Tennessee.
tentR for SALQ a year, and worth much more to a man
wishing a eood location for business and a home.
No. 00 A choice lot. central and vet retired, with a
Ann view of tho cltv. mountains and rtrtr. nn onnnf
our best streets, sidewalks, gu, &c., 60x110 feet. 21'-M.
Two valuablo lots on Gay street for sale.
No. 51R Kxccedlnelv comfortnbio nnd desirable rcsU
dence, with 10 acres of finely improved ground, on turn
pike, two miles irom Kuoxvitle.
No. S2C Luritc and well finished house in East Knox
ville, with finely improved lot. Looution very pood.
SO LOTS in Kust Knoxville. ranirlnff from SU) to
No. 419 Three ndiolnincr lot., with larce Isousi . s.a
bles, etc., on Depot street, for calu or exchange for a
No. 402 Suburban rcsideneo one and a half miles
from Knoxville I'ostoQice. 'JG acres of good grouudand
comfortablo buildings, excellent water, desirable location.
No 441 Forty desirable- lots in Fuirvicw. near the
residence of U. M. ltranner,Ei., convenient to the Do
pot and Manufactories. High, well lying ground, und
iu a rapidly improAing neighborhood.
No. 454 House and well improved grounds of 8 acres
beautifully located on Turnpiko road, and on an ele
vation overlooking tho city, and affording a line view
and a cool breeze all through the summer.
No. C1G. Farm in tho Die Valley, six miles from
Clinton. Qood soil, water, timber and fair improve
ments. 90 acres iu cultivation. HUM.
"Vnlmi1le uud Olieap.
No. Ml 974 acres in two tracts, lvine near together
but not ioinlnir. Two qood Water Powk&h. both
improved ono with UrlstMill, tho other Saw Mill and
ujriiniK iuacumc. borne very valuable larming land.
Hcarv timber, which is accessible and easllv marketed.
200 ucrcs of rich land now in cultivation. New frame
house. Abundant supply ot Irult. n miles Irom Knox
ville, nnd only $7,WW. Some time allowed on part pay
No. COG. Farm on Clinch river: 184 acres. Some
eood bottom lands. Six miles from Coal Creek. Unlv
S1SO0 for this very productive property.
No. 10275 acres of land, with good timber nnd wa
ter. 30 acres lit lor cultivation, mid good soil. 12 miles
from Knoxville. Small bouse and stable. Soma truit.
No. 640 Tract uf IN) neics. 5 miles from Kno.ille.
Good soih'waur and location. This tract will be Dl-
vidkd to suit nurcliasers into tracts ot Irom ten to - ixtv
acres, and at Irom i'M to per acre, according to 1 -a-
lion. uu goou rouu, anu near a .iiuroau siaiiou lulHl
lies well, and Li much of it seeded dnn.
No. 442 Thirty-five lots in thu Itnilroad addition to
Knoxville, rouging from 21x100 to JOOxDOd in size, and
from S200 to$!,000 iu price. 1 he location of these lota
central, elevated und in a good and fust improving
neighborhood, makes them very dwirable. That ?c
mik it told, and arc offered nt prices which muku i an
inducement to buy.
For l'StMit; :
A small but neat house of fivo rooms with porcb.g od
cistern and well, 3 ucus of ground, wie mile from the
city, on good rond. Hcnt, $10 per month, with uie C
ground lor garden.
FH't'&0 acres of open land iieur Knoxville, mortof
it set iu grass, good water. Will be rented for a term
loi .SjiIo or IScnt :
The steam mill property, largo and convenient build
ing, powerful engine, admirable location on ltailroad
nud Turnpike road, liuilding and miichlnery in per
fect order. Large lot.
ITnx'iii Ixoioxt.' :
No. 815 Farm of 400 acres on Hinc's Creek, six miles
from Clinton, 100 acres creek bottom land, all well suit
ed for meadow land, 12 acres now in Urst-clasa meadow
abundant supply of water aud timber, n number of in
differently good buildings.
No. 510 A 24 acre homestead, log house and stables.
13 acres in cultivation, good fruit trees, spring ami
branch through tho land, near Turnpike road, schools
and churches. Prico $500.
No. 591 Excellent farm, over 200 acres; brisk resi
dence, large barn and heavy timber, level, productive
limestone land, 2)i miles from Knoxville. 8,000. One
No. 524 A choice farm of 200 acres near Concord.
Tho best of upland soil, good timber nud water und de
No. 419 A river farm of ISO acres, strong toil.PO rres
in cultivation, timber very heavy and valuable.
No. 373 Farm of 171 acres in Mount county. cry
good soil nnd location, with a valuablo water powc
six miles from Hailroad. Price S2.7UO.
No. 415 Form of 1G0 acres. 2 miles from Concord. 10(
acres in cultivation, good water nnd timber. Price,
No. 460 A farm of 100 acres. 4 miles from Knoxville,
on a very pleasant roaU. TUo well Known point Knowu
as " Lyon's View " is on this larni nna luruisncs a very
fino building site. 75 acres In cuIIU-ation of very rich
land, some b ucres river bottom land.
151" 1?m nria vnllev land and choice unland.
3(KJ acres in cultivation, and most of tho remainder tit
Kir clearing, a miles irom winou river, w acres now
set In clover. A bargain is ullerod In thu property cs
ii stock and graiu farm. 25 miles from Knoxville.
I'tiiit Ti-cum! I'mlt Trees!!
MAl'T. g. N. HELL WOULD INFOHM THE
v j Lublin thnt he Iiuji u fiuo sfclMttlnn. embracing moro
than forty varieties of Prult Trees, at ids Nureery, five
miles oatt ot rvnoxvme, wnicn lie win sen in reatonn
ble prlee. Address,
Captaik S. N. HELL.
noi2-w4l Uox 307, Knoivillk, Tknn.
iuVrcrihu fer the BuHoxnt.K.
No. 69I--200 acre , well arranged for division into two
furius, near Jonesboro. TIio land Is good and highly
improved; buildings and rences excellent; 1200 iruit
trees, two handsome house of 7 rooms each, 110 lu res
in cultivation, live springs. Price 8O.000.
No. 633 Farm of 400 acres of strong soil. Abuudant
supply of good water and timber.
100 Farms in Cumberland county. Plateau land.
10,000 Acres in Morgan county.
Lots or rnou 12 to 35 aches, rich, level land, two
Wilis 1'iiou JCnoxville.
No. 557 Farm of 112 acres, 14 miles northeast ol
Knoxville, in a good neighborhood. Very rich soil,
good water and timber. A desirable stock and grain
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
Fire Insurance Co.
Capital nnd Surplus, $14,000,000 Gold