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Medical.
Patent Pnlnt.
"WEDNESDAY NOV. tf, 1872.
THE HOUSE DISEASE,
lis lioslriu'lltciicNs nuil llcnieillcs Wlmt
Can set it nuil How to Detect lis I'resciicc.
Mr. Cnstc'llo, who has an absolute fond
ness for horses, requests us to publish tho
appended diagnosis of tho horso disease,
and account of remedial agents employed.
Tho Country Gentleman, published In
"Western Now York, says that tho disease
in catarrhal affectation of tho mucous sur
face, beginning at the nostrils and throat.
"When neglected or aggravated by expos
ure or fatigue, tho lungs becomo involved
and death speedily ensues. So far, tho at
tacks have proved comparatively mild, and
tho mortality has been light. This Is duo
in a great degree to tho prompt attention
and caro which havo been exercised by tho
owner In adopting preventive as well as
remedial measures.
TIIK HKMEDIES.
Tho general system of treatment which
has proved successful has been such as
would bo indicated in cases of severe cold
or influenza. Tho stables should bo thor
oughly ventilated, and disinfectants, such
as chloride of lime, carbolic acid, or bromo
chloralum, freoley used. Tho horses are to
bo kept Well blanketed, their bowels gent
ly open by tho use of bran mashes, and, if
necessary, aperients. The nostrils should
bo sponged out several times a day with a
weak solution of carbolic acid, or bromo
chloralum, to remove tho mucous. Bromo
ehloralum is also used as a wash for the
throat. The following prescription is used
quite commonly :
Nitrato potash, ljoz.; tartarized antimo
ny, 1 oz.; digitalis, J oz. l'ulvarlze all
together and make twelve powders ; give
one morning and niht. If the ease is not
very bad, omit the digitalis.
In cases whero tho soreness has reached
tho throat, tho following is used :
Linseed.oil, 1 oz. ; turpentine, 1J oz. ;
liquor ammonia fort, 1 oz. Mix all togeth
er in a four-ounce bottle and apply to the
throat.
The same vetrinary surgeon who recom
mends thoabovo prescriptions (Dr. Elliott,
of St. Catherine's) remarks :
"So long as the disease is confined to the
larynx, there is very little danger, but
should it descend to tho lungs which will
be indicated by tho continued standing up
of tho animal, cold extremities and labored
breathing a half pound of mustardshould
bo mixed with two ounces of turpentine
and water to tho consistency of thick
cream, and tho mixture rubbed well in be
hind the fore logs or over the region of the
lungs. The legs should be bandaged, if
cold. If the pulso should bo over flfty
livo per minute, fifteen drops of Fleming's
tincture of aconite should bo given every
two hours ; and if the breathing still con
tinues labored and the pulso grow more
rapid, apply the mustard again, and give
one and a half drachms of calomel for two
mornings."
The homoeopathic treatment which ha3
been employed witli tho greatest success
by those who prefer that system, is aconite
and stibium in the lirst state of tbc disease,
and arsenlcum and nux vomica in the more
advanced stages.
Tlin Cll.YKACTElt OF THE DISEASE.
Tho diseaso is highly epidemic in its
character, and the rapidity with which it
has spread gives reason for the gravest ap
prehension that it may become general in
its visitation. A horso onco affected re
covers in from ten to twenty days, accord
ing to the caro and skill exercised in the
treatment. So far no cases of relapse have
been heard of after a thorough cure has
once been effected.
How to Wear Winter Cloth lnj;.
In his experiments to determine the
heat conducting power of linen, cotton,
wool, and silk, Sir Humphrey Davy found
not only that these materials conducted
heat in the order given above, linen being
the best, but also that tho tightness or
looseness of wcavinir possessed an impor
tant inlluence. It is therefore evident that
in the selection of winter clothing, and
especially or that to bo worn nexttiiesiiln.
tho materials of least conducting wower,
as wool and silk, should be chosen, and the
fabrics should be loosely woven.
Aw regards tho external garments the
same rules apply with equal forco, but In
this case caro should bo taKen to remove
overcoats and shawls when in a warm
room : especially should this precaution
bo observed in tho instance of tho furs
worn by ladies. The habit of wearing
these articles for hours id succession while
shopping and visiting, often so weakens
tho powers of rcsistanco in tho wearers that
they become tho leady victims of inflam
mations of tho throat and lungs. To such
an extent does this occur in New York
that many of tho most skilful physicians
advise their patients to discontinue the use
of furs, and tho advico is often followed
witn tne most satisiactory results.
ANDREW JOnXSOX.
Jlo Itcttirni to tlic City mid ICrnlH I'rom
His ItuiimlH, KikmvIii!; Ho lint Done
J rent flood.
Mr. Johnson Is in tho city, and spent
the day yesterday in No. 5 Maxwell House,
resting on1 tho truly trying labors he has
been undergoing recently. Ho had slept
and freshened up greatly by after-tea,
and was inclined to dwell upon the inci
dents of the late warm and wearysomo
canvass.
He told a Banner reporter that ho felt
very Well satisfied, bo tho result what it
might, as ho had as the standard-bearer of
the free and Independent people of Tennes
see, disrupted tho smothering crust which
was formed over tho best hopes of the
State. Ho had tho piestigo of no conven
tion, but did the bidding of those who
were sick nigh unto deatli of such flimsy
shams as had been called conventions in
this State, of late. Mr. Johnson said that,
while his undertaking had been an im
menseone, and had taxed his physical self
very severely, he had really enjoyed tho
canvass, and many times and many places
it had been like a regular "love least."
That gratitude was something sweet to one
who engenders it. That ho had been treat
ed so often to the sight of the grateful face
of somo one who had chanced to receive
some favor at his hands, that lie could but
remember the canvass most pleasantly.
He did not say this boastfully, nor as
though it were a mere morsel of self-grat-ulation,
but ho spoke it.with a genuine,
undisguised pride, and furthermore said
that, whenever a Tennesseean had come
to him, as had happened not unfrequeutly,
and said to him, "Mr. Johnson, I want to
shake your hand," his heart could but en-
oy it, lor it was very iiear to mm.
He felt fully satisfied that his work had
done great good, and that tho dawn of a
better day wa3 illuminating for the State.
Mr. Joluison was lresnanu ueclueuiy in
clined to talk. He observed that he didn't
think anything really dellnite could be
ascertained concerning tho State at Large
Congressional race m less than two or
three days, and spoke as though ho had no
fears for the result, Nashville Banner, 1th.
A Stiianoe Phenomenon. The Fay-
cttcsville (Ark.) News describes a singu
lar phenomenon that occurred In Madison
county, in that State. Some of the citi
zens were astonished by a noise like the
rush of a cannon ball through the air.
On looking up they discovered something
that looked like a solid column of fire pass
ing with tremendous velocity through tho
air, with a whirring, hissing sound, some
thing likeithat of a shell, but many fold
louder. About a minute or two after it
passed out of sight an awful explosion was
learu that shook tho carta lor miles
around, and was heard at a distance of fif
teen miles.
The Kcntncky Ku-Kliix Exploit.
The followincr dispatch was read to-day
by Judge Edmunds, Secretary of the lle
publlcau Congressional Committee :
"IjEXingtox, Kv., Nov. 4, 1S72. The
u-klux toolc from their home in Jast
Hickman precinct, in Fayette county,
near Lexington, night before last, alle
pnbllcan negro named. Samuel Hawkins,
his wile, anu daughter, anu carrieu them
to the Kentucky river, where it is suppos
ed they were drowned. Tho object is to
keep Republican vote3 from tho polls in
that county.
(Signed), "h. it. teMiTir,
"Editor Statesman."
General John V. Finnell, of Louisville,
ud Chairmau of tho Kentucky State Re
publican Committee, forwards the dis
patch, with the signiiicaut comment, "Let
us be reconciled!"
Tin: James Rivep. anu Kanawha
Canal. Tho surveys for tho proposed
steamboat canal, to bo called tho James
River and Kanawha Canahacross theState
ofYVest Virginia, to unite the waters of
tho James and Ohio rivers, has been fin
lsiieu. jjai winter congress made an ap
propriation of$00,000 for the purpose of mak
mgthissurvey. Tho proposed canal is to
bo over 200 feet wide, wide enough to ad
mit of the passago of steamboats carrying
.'!00 tons. It will follow tho James and
Jackson rivers to tho foot of tho Allegha
ny mountains, at n point a low nines from
tunnel under tho mountains, nlno miles
long, and pf tho full width of tho canal.
Tiiis tunnel will bo over 2,000 feet abovo
tide water. Two miles from tho western
end of this tunnel tho canal will enter tho
Greenbrier river, near the iron bridgo of
uiu vyji.-a.ijt;uKu mm unio muroauover the
stream, it is proposed to lock and dam
uio ureenoner, iow, and Kanawha riv
era to h -.hit llvo miles below Charleston
Whci uny JicyWcr.
In 160$ Grout's maiorltv over t-cvmuiir
was one hundred and thirty-four electoral
votes. Grant received two hundred anil
lourteen votes and Seymour eighty. The
States that gave Democratic majorities
ncju .uemware, Georgia, jvemucKy, IjOU
isiaha. Muvlntul. Knw .fnrtipv Knxr 'nrlr
and Oregon, Mississippi, Texas, aud Vir
ginia urn not vote.
JUST RECEIVED
AT THE
CLOTHING EMPORIUM
01'
F. HEART & BRO,
No. 132 Gny Street,
(Opposite Cowan. JlcClunz & Co.)
SUITS FOR BUSINESS.
SUITS FOR DRESS,
SUITS FOR WEDDINGS,
SUITS FOR FARMERS.
SUITS FOR LABORERS.
SUITS FOR OLD MEN.
SUITS FOR l'OUNQ MEX,
SUITS FOR HOYS,
SUITS FOR
EVERYBODY,
WILI, BE SOLD CHEAP.'
M;1V YOHH MILLS SIIIUTS.
OPEN FRONT AND OPEN BACK.
THE BUST IN THE CITY.
Comparison challonjed In quality, make or price.
locuuwjm;
This unrivi.lled Medicine is warranted not to contain
slnale particle of Mercurv. or anv injurious mineral
substance, but is
TURELY VEGETABLE.
Vnr FORTY YEARS ll hna nrnvnil its rent valilo in
nlldiseascsot tho Livkr, Bowels and KinmtYS. Thau
Band" of thr 1 and (treat in all parts of tho country
vouch for lis wonderful and poculinr power in purify
ing tho Blood, stimulating tho torpid Xivwt and Bow-
kls, nna imparting new liito ana vigor to tne wnoie
system. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR is ac
knowledged to have no equal as a
LIVER MEDICINE.
It contains four medical elements, never united in
the same happy proportion in any other preparation,
viz ! a scntlo Cathartic, a wonderful Tonic, nn unex
ceptionable Altcrativo and a certain Cor rojtlvo of all
impurities qJ the body. Such signal success has at
tended its use, that it is now regarded as tho
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
or Livicr Complaint and tho painful offspring there
of, to-w't: DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION. Jaun
dice, Bilious attacks, SICK HEADACHE. Colic. De
pression ot spirits, suuu qiu.uavjii, neari num.
e., ac.
Regulate the Liver anJ prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Simmons' Liver Itesulator
Is manufactured only by
J. J I. ZEII.1.V V CO..
Silicon, tilt., anil l'lilluilclliln.
Price. ftl.CO ner Tiacknta: sent bv mail, postage riaid.
$l.ii; prepared, rcidy for use. In bottles, il.50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
S-Beware of all Counterfeits "Kid Imitations.-e
For sale by T. C. HUNTER and E. J. Sanford & CO..
Knoxvillc, Tennessee.
$500,000 JjV HANK.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT.
Postponed to December 7, 1S72.
rpHK SECOND flRAND GIFT CONCERT IN AID
-L of thePunLiR Linainv ny KmnrvY. hnnniinM.1
for September "J, has been postroned to Derembrr
7, because the accumulation of orders the few
days before the drawing made it physically impossible
w nil mom vunouin, lew uay- uelay. ana as u short
vjeiponemeni was inevitable, it was determined to de
er it to a timo that would make n full dr.iwlnn mirn liv
the sale of all the tickets.
The money necessary to pay In full all tho offered
guts is now upon deposit In tho t anners' and Drovers'
uanK. as win uestcn oy the louowinKCcrtilicato of th
punier.
Fabukrs'andDrovebs'Bank.
I.ouiSTiLLE. Ky..Sent. 2S. 1S72. I
This is to certify that thern is nuw on dfnn.it 1
this bank over half a tnllllonnf dollars to the credit of
tno uiu uonceri iunu, sauu.uuu ot which is hoM by this
uiiiin us iiuumifi ui mo ruuiic i.iurry Ol ncuiuvKy!
10 pay uu an euis 10 uo awur'ieu at me drawing.
R. S. VEACII. Cashier,
1,000 1'rlxen, miioiiiitinx to
S."500,000 I2V CASH
will be awarded, thehiuhest prizes belni J100.0CO. fJO.
000, ?i,000, and down in regular gradation to flOO,
wnica is me lowest.
The drawing will positively and unequivocally tak
place December 7. Agents are nereinntorlly reouirn
to closo sales and make returrs November 20, In order
to give ample time for tne linal nrrangemests. Orders
ior ueiteis or appuoauon lor circulars Shouu bo ad
, Gov. THOS. F nilAMLETTE.
Agent Public Library of Kentucky.
Louisville, Ky
J. WlLKll, rrtpriatnr. II. II. McDnAl t k Oi.., DrUtfxfstA iti I
Gn. Af 'I, Sua FuueUct, CLf a 1 31 A 31 Cummerca St.. N V.
MILLIONS Hear Ti'illinonr to llielr
Wonderful Cnt-nllro Kllccli.
Ticr nre not u viTa Fnncy Prlnlc, Made of Poor
.turn, WMslicy, Proof Spirits nnil ltrTiue
l.lMiitii-4 doctored, spiced and an cctenod to pletiie tlie
t.i.to.rallcd '-Tonics," "Appetizers," "lltstorers,"tc.,
tit.it li'.ul tliu tippler on to drunkenness nudruln.but&rf
ii trui' Mrdirincniario frointheKative Unots and Herbs
uf Ualifnrni.i, Iron from nil Alcoholic Sllmu
I n ill. They nro tho (iltK.VT 1U.OOI) FL'HI
I'lKltnnd A LIKE CIVIXK miNCIPLK,
i porfi-i-t ltenorator and Invigorator of the System,
t.irrj iugo(t all poisonous matter and restoring tlicblood
to .i liiMltliy condition. No person can take these lilt.
Il-i iKcordinu to directions and remain long unwell.
ini idcil their bouts aro not dcitroyed by mineral
iMUmnr other means, and the Utul orcans wasted
bcoml the lolntot repair.
Tlu-y m o u (ioiitlc l'lircnllve n well nn
Tuulr, k) j.iiii, iilw, the pmiliar merit of acting
i row ei Till eccnt in rcllcTing Congestion or I nil tn
in ition or the I.ivcr. and alt tho Visceral Organs.
I'Oll l'r.MAI.i: COJll'I.AINTSi, in young or
,il i. ni.irrleil or single, at thotl.iwnof womanhood oral
i In- turn or lire, these Tonic Bitters have no equal.
I'fir Inllniiiinnlni-y and CUronlc lllieuinn
tlmi mid (Join, IlyMprpila or Iariisenllnii,
llllluii, Itemlllciil nnil Intermittent l'c
vpi', I)lrne of llm Itlooil, I.iver, Kid
ni mid Hlndder, theio IllitorshaTobecnnioHt
micce.irul. Such IH-ienrM are caused by Vltinteil
111 iiiid. which lager n-aliy produced by derangement
ot tho l)lKe9tlo f) 'gtin-i.
IIYSPKP.'SIA Oil lM)ICi:STIO, Ilead.
ache, 1'iluin Hie ShooHcrs.C'onchi, Tizhtnex ot the
Chct. DuzincM, Sour Kructatlooi of the Stomach,
Had Tatto In the Mouth, llitlouj Attacks, Palpitation ol
the Heart, Indauimatlon of the Lungs, Pain In tho re
gions of the Kline?",, and a hundred other painful strap
turns, are the odsprf ngs of Dyspepsia.
Ther luTigorats the Stomach and stimulate the torpid
Mrer and Ilotvcls, which render tbtm ot UDequalfed
crticucy In cleansing tho blood of all Impurities, and Im
parling new life aud vigor to the Dholes? item.
! It SK I X D 1 SKA f?ES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Itheura, Illolcbea, Spots, i'lmples, Tustulcs, Dolls, Car
liuncles, llln-fWonni, Scald llea.1, Sorn Erej, Krrslpe
las, Itch. N-iirfJ. l)Mi-olorntlon or the kln, flumorsan 1
lintea.es of the Skin, of whatv-r name or nature, are
litcrallr dug up and carried out otthe irstem In a short
tlmj brthe w.ocl these Hitters. One bottle In sucfi
easea will conriu.'a the most Incredulous of tbclr cura.
tlrocOVcts.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find Its Im
purities bursting through the skin In i'lmples, Enip.
tioDsor Sores i cleanse it when you Dnd It obstructed
and sluggish In the veins; cleanse It when ft fa foul,
and your feetlngs wilt tell you when. Keep the Mood
pare, and tho health of the system will follow.
1'ln, Tape, nnd other Worms, larking In tho
ejstem ot so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says a dlstlncnlihed plirslolo-rlst,
there is scarcely an Individual upon the face of the
earth whoso body is exempt from the prcstnen of
worms. It Is sot upon the healthy fitment of the
body that worms oxiat. but upon the diseased humor
and sllmr deposits that breed these llrirur monsters of
disease. ro System of Medicine, no vermlfures, no
anthslmlntlra will freo the system from norms like
these Bitters.
1. WAIKEU, Proprietor. It. n. MCDONALD A- CO.,
Druggists and ()e n. Agents, San Francisco. California,
and and 31 Commerce Street, New York.
M3-S0LD BY ALL DRUGOISTa AND DEAL ICRS.
0. B. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLERS
YOU CAN MO YOL'K OffX l'AIIVTIXG Y USING
BRADLEY'S
-TENT ENAMEL PAIN
Made from Pure While Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc.
Wo ojpee.ally call attention to tho following testimonials of tho Paint. Tho Baltlmoro Catholic Jllrr.)
83 y 3 :
A Revolution ix House I'itsii.vo. The advertisement of tho Now Jersey Enamel Paint Company tins
boeu somo time In our columns, and it may scorn strango that it is only to-day wo ca 1 special attention to It.
Our reason .lor this is that wo do not liko to recommend n new thing unless wo know it is good. Wo wero
pleased to find that tho Agent, Mr. C. 1. Knight, was of our wny of thinking, nnd wished above nil, that tho
paint should bo tested, so that tho editor could give his conscientious opinion of its merits, Having had this
test made in our household, wo have no hesitancy in saying that tho Enamel Paint comes up fully to all that is
claimed for it. In the country, especially, wjtwo it is dlflicult to procure tho necessary ingredients for mixing
paint, and skillful workmen to apply it, thtnSnamcl Paint will provo invaluable, as it is already prepared, and
can be applied by any ono possessing ordinary Judgment. For plain work in privato dwellings, churches nnd
sahool-honses it will provo very economical as well as beautiful. Ono gallon of this paint will cover twonty
squaro yards, giving two coats. Our friends may safely glvo it a trial without fear of disappointment.
To the Public It affords mo much plcasureto state that In Jnly, 1171, Front Street Theatre was paiiltcd
Inside and out with ' JJradloy's Patent Enamel Paint." for which C. P. Knight, No. V3 West Lombard street, is
agent, nnd to testify to its superiority ovcrnnynndnll other paints for similar uses. In no privato dwelling can
paint possibly bo subjected to tho very severo test It undergoes at this establishment, where, during our daily
cleaning, soap and soda are constantly applied to it, and yet It appears as sound and fresh as when first put on.
Of tho numerous advantages it possesses over other paints I will only mention its being mixed and ready foruso
In quantities to suit purchasers; Us quickly drying properties, which eaves much time in the execution of work
where paint is needed, and its very perceptible tenacity. which imparts beauty and durability to tho objects on
which it is nsod. As such I most camostly recommend it to tho merchants and tradesmen of our city, believing
it will give them greater salisfactlon than they can possibly antlc'patn,
Baltimore, April 25,137:!. WJI. E. SINN, Front Street Theatre.
litOJl HOV. JOHN Wr.TlIKlti:!).
Mr C P Kmout; At tho recommendation of a friend I was induced to apply your patent "BradleyV'palnl
to my houo. I havo pleasuro in stating that it has proved highly satisfactory, covering more surface than you
Promised, is moro economical, carrios better gloss than ordinary paint, and Is freer from klsagrerahlo odor.
L'ours respectfully, JOH.N WETHEUED.
Tho following letter is.cqually strong and valuable: i.-
BaLTImork, Dec. 27, 1371.
C P Kxioht. Esq, Agent for Bradley's Patent Enamel Paint Dear Sir : Tho paint wo purchased from you
we will cheerfully endorse as tho best of any kind wc havo ever used, itslcovcring qualities is every thingdesirod.
drying promptly and with o hard gloss, which must, wo think, resUt tho nction of nil kinns of weather. This is
our oxperienco and wc can recommend it with certaidty. nnd intend to ese it on nil occasions whero we desiro a
good Job of work. Very respectfully, EMMAKT & QUAUTLLY. 272 Vt . Baltimore St..
House, Sign and Fresco Pginters.
Sold by the gallon, keg and barrel. Specimens add price list furnished gratis,
mchl2.d3m-w9m
C. P. KNIGHT,
NOI.i: AUKXT, n3 W. I.OMIIAISD ST., Itiilllmori'.
General Merchandise.
111 BAY HTUEKT,
KNOXVIJjLE,
Merchants
and
cithers from the country
aro respectfully requested to give us a nll
before purchasing,
for we will not ho undersold.
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KNOXVILLE, TEISriSTlJSSEE
DEALERS IX CHROMOS, FRAMES, ALBUMS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
1 AMIIiY limits, IMiN, (SLATES, BLANK HOOKH, Ac, Ac.
THE MOST SELECT STOCK OF WALL PAPERS IN EAST TENNESSEE.
Special Books Now Harps of Columbia, Fowler's Arithmetic, Rcnyold' Copy Books,
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Of Every Description,
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
Harness and Collars.
Also, M'holesale'Bealers In
Saddlers' Hardware,
Gay Street,
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE
Unoxvllle Iron Co.
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RAILROADSPIKES,
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COAL AND COKE
Ofllie and Works
On East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad
West of Depot,
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