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TEXNESSCD POLITICS IX TIM FUTURE.
lliat the Press Thinks of the Situation.
Tho larger proportion of Mr. Johnson's
Hupporters, who nro genuine Democrats tit
heart, misled only by the enthuslam of an
hour, will coino back to the fold firmly re
solved to support principles Instead of
men, however great. Union and Ameri
can of yesterday.
Lay not that flattering unction to your
virtuous soul. Tho manner In which you
have abused, reviled, misrepresented and
endeavored to Intimidate the Johnson men
will not soon be forgotten by tho men who
were too true to principle to go back on tho
man who "seemed" to you, and "as you
believed," to be "tho choice of the Demo
crats of Tennessee;" tho man you wero
tho lirst to nominate for tho position you
strove so hard to prevent him from ob
taining. We have heard hundreds of
Johnson men older Democrats than the
Union and American swear by all that
was sacred that they would never, never
follow tho Union and American and its
organization aimin. We knew that the
organ and organizers would lay aside their
irunciieona, ajicr uie election, ami put on
the.old hypocritical smile, and talk as mild
as milk, with the false Hps yet reeking
wim me curses 01 iinte anu denunciation
on will never yoke the Johnson men
with your dog-collar again. Xeverl
Whatever the result, your set are In a beg
garly minority. The mountain will not
come to Mahomet ; Mahomet will have to
come to the mountain. Xashville ISanncr,
I III !H8f.
HOW IT PANS Ol'T.
The result of tho Congressional election
is the census of the Secession J)cmocrutia
purly in I'cnncsscc. As compared with the
nccrcirato vote ot me btate. n wm ue re
vealed a betrirarly miuorlty. and when you
take out of it the hundreds and hundreds
of men who voted for General Cheatham
upon personal grounds of allection and es
teem, together with those who, from feel
ings of resentment, voted for him In order
to beat Johnson, to which add the num
bers of votes that were bought and swap
ped, and It whittles this lnslgnillcant lit
tle minority down to an exceedingly line
point. And yet tho drill-sergeants of this
"i'art.y, HKo tlie tnree Tailors 01 Tooiey
Street, have had tho cool assurance to say
all this time. " Wc. the People." in tlie ef
fort to carry out their own selllsh schemes.
There are numbers of good men gentle
men, whom we know to entertain politi
cal opinions diametrically opposed to tho
political managers 01 tlie so-caiieu uemo
eratio organization, but who voted for
General Cheatham, for other than politi
cal or rmrtv considerations." So whichever
way we may inspect it, we And that that
imperious little "organization" cannot
stand alone. Xashville llanncr. 1th.
The Avalanche supported Greeley, not
because he was the nominee of the Demo
cratic party, but because tho movement
in politics which Greeley represented was
uesicneu tor tlie destruction ot me oni
Democratic party, that stood and stands
in the way of the prosperity of Memphis,
of the Southwest and of the whole
.South. Mctiyihis Avalanche, "th.
thi: defeat op landon c. haynks.
The Ninth Congressional District lias a
Conservative majority, and Mr. Haynes'
opponent was, in many respects, the most
objectionable man in his party. That he
would bo defeated by less than two thou
sand mo oritv no one anticipated, xne
victory was considered on all hands an
easy one. But instead of Judge Lewis it
is Air. Haynes who lias been deieated
ills record as ouo of tlie old "original se
cessionist" leaders of 18U0-G1 was objection
.able, as unfitting him to represent the
New South. He belongs to the class who
dragged tlie South Into tlie war.
His Liberalism dated only from Haiti
more. Ho was regarded as one who still
uroneil In the shadows ol Iboi. aim suit)
bornly resisted all entreaties to Mep forth
in the clear sunlight. Now that the can
vass is ended, we can only reiterate what
has been so often said In these columns,
Hint tho class of nolitic aus to which air,
Haynes belongs have had their day of pub
lic honors, and that the people have made
up their minds not to give them a renewal
of public trust or honors. Memuhii Ava
A I.ICK AT ANDY.
It is now shown that Andrew Johnson
is not oulv beaten, but that ho was lirst
duned and then beaten. He was not sup
ported even by those who were his chlefest
admirers and sycophants, who dawdled
about the grout mongrel chief when in this
"ItV. A few of Johnson's sweet admirers
supported jsaruourijewis, anu voieu muie
.same time for Muynard. There was trea
son to tho man, to party and worse than
treason to this city and district. A power
him been organized hero by theso men
which sweeps them, tho city and district
into a black vortex more terrible to our
nracticnl and nersonal fortunes than all the
evils ever inllicted upon a people by that
ineomnotenev fnlselv ascribed to General
Cheatham. "Memphis bows in shame-
facedness and passes under the Radical
vokoand this Is tliecentral city of Africa.
Thnnks! a thousand thanks to that nion-
lrrelism which Johnson's selfish ambition
begat which his inouthplecesherofostered
and londled so tenderly. jicnijmia jiji-
M. K. OIIUUCII.
Tho statistics of tho Holeton Conference of
'tho M. E. Church for tho past year, nro as fol
Mnrntier. It).2rt3: nrobationors. 2.8M: local
preachers, 'iZK ; churches, 183; probable valuo
or same. S14ll,ti7 ; parsonages, ; prooamo val
ue, S7.G00; collection for Conference claimants,
STu.TU; for missions, Stwo.o-; ; ttunaay scnoois,
ail, olliccrs anil teachers, 1,4:22; scholars, iu,-
M. k. cuuneii, SOUTH,
The statistical roport of tho llolstoia Annual
Confcrenco of tho M. E. Church, South, for tho
past ycat is'tis follows :
I f.nn m.c .W ..win. ,. 1 ( f 'I i In
fants baptized, (partially reported) 078: adults
haptlr.td, L',011 ; Sunday schoolteachers, 1!,608;
Sunday school scholars, liv-iu.
Tho abovo report of iui'mber is for whites
tixclusivelv. Net irain Of whitn motuiinis over
lust year is 3,08.1. Net gain of Indians, 18; net
sain ot colored members, u. Total net gain,
It is proper to add that tho Holston Confer-
onco ol tho M. 15. Church, South, Includes East
Tennes'co and a portion of western North Caro
lina in Us Jurisdiction, wlillo tho Church.
South, includes not only this territory, but also
a largo extent of country in soutlnvcft Vir
Whntover opinion nnv nun mnv linvn
entertained as to tho propriety of sending
ex-President. Johnson to Congress from
this btate, It must be conceded by all ex
cept Jlourbons that his canvass of the
State haB been productive of good. Noth
ing else could have so thoroughly shaken
and demoralized the prescriptive wing of
tlio Democratic party, led by Isham G.
Harris and his co-laborers, as the fight
raauo by Johnson. Under tho circum
stances, there is no man in the State per
haps that could have done it so effectually
as he hni, and for this he is entitled to the
gratitude of all conservative men.
lie has made tho light ngalnst
the samo powerful combination that forc
ed tho people of Tennesseo in 1801. to At
tempt a severance of their connection with
the federal Government. He has aided
in the defeat of this wicked combination,
and for this he will be held in grateful re-
Tin: Chcathnmltes have driven the Con
servative Union men of Tennessee from
the Democratic party with contumelv,
What is now to prevent all conservative,
true men in this State from uniting to
give a more liberal progressive and patri
otic administration of the State. Can they
longer afford to stand as servants for the
Uourbon Democracy ?
Ilfitcliclor'H Ilntr Iyo.
Thin sunerh II AIR I1YI3 I h Tint In llin WnrM
1'crlectlv llarmlojtji. Kellnhla find lnntnnrnnpnitd. Nn
dianDOintment. No Kldleuloun tint, or UntilenAun
Odor. Tho genuine W. A: HATCHELOR'S HAIR
DYEjiroduccs IMMEDIATELY a fplcndld BLACK
or MrvTIIltAIi 11KOWN. IlnM nut. Htnln tlin Kkln.
but leaves tho HAIR CLEAN, SOFT and BEAUTI
FUL. The only Sale and PERFECT Dye. Sold by
an imifrciM. ractory is iiuxsi) bi jew lorK.
HAPPY RELTKP fnrYoiinir Mfn frnm ihn ...
of Errors and abujcs in oarly life. Marliood roFtorecl.
imreairaenis to jsiarrtaire remoTca. IScw method ot
treatment New and remarkable remedies. Books and,
cuxninrs Fcni iree, in ecaiea cnvcioiie.
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receive deposits and make collections
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Tickets by Inmnn, Anchor and Xatlonn
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E. P. BAILEY, Cashier.
Wholesale and Retail.
I Orders from the Trade Promptly Filled
At the Old Stand, ."Unrltet Sutinrc.
CANDIES, MANUFACTURED AND SOLD AT
lowest wholesale and retail rates.
FRENCH CANDIES, ALWAYS ON HAND
large quantities at lowest Jobbinc rates.
PANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, PICKLES.
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ind well oHiblished houses, always in stock und offer
ed wholesale uud retail at reasonable prices.
LONG EXPERIENCE IN MY BUSINESS.
l. with abundant cjinital to liuy at lowest rates, and
and with constant personal supervision of my trade,
enable me to offer special inducements to tho Trade,
To be Sold at Public Auction.
Ukitko Statf.s Tn? KBfii. Revenue,
Collector's Otlice, "d District, Tncsce.
Kkuzvilli:, Oct. 'M, 1872.
TipiEREAS, nn assessment under tholntcrnal Rev
V V enuc Laws of these United States has been duly
madobyOeo. W. Ross, Assessor for the 2d District,
Tennessee, for thr sum of five hundred aollars, against
thp hflrri nf .Inn. llamernn. deceased, in resitect of tho
succession tocertnin real estate lying in the 2d and ltK'
civil districts of Knox county, Tennessee, and destnW
las lollows: Ten acres, more or less , one muo irom
Knoxville, on both sMoiot thc.lacksboro road, najoin-
log the lands ol A. Anderson, it. ucarucn ami tne
tionnl Cemetery, which said tax remains wholly un
nn!d. nnd with tho interest and ncnalty iinnoscd there
on by law amounts to tlio sum ol five hundred and
thitty-tivo dollars, which amount is a lien upon said
iirpmtBC iihnvt. ilpspriheu.
Notice is hereby civtn thatby virtucof the authority
in me vested as Collector of Internal Revenue lor the
said collection district. I have so zed tho said estato
above mentioned andclecribcd. and will sell the same
ntnuhllo auction to the hluhett bidder, lor cah. on
Saturday thc2.d of November, 1S72, at the court house
door iu Knoxvillo, lcuuessee, at wst o ciock A, .u., to
satisfy the tax, Interest acd penalty uloretaid, and an
otner lawiui costs.
o;t30-dltw3t J. A. uuiU'EIl, Collector.
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(irant nnd a yenr's subscription to a first-class, eight
jiage, forty-eisjhtcolumn monthly paper, all for $1 only,
Tli tinner Tne Rif a vpniiniiTKR nablished at Wash.
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the chromn is equal to any of its class which retail lor
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l ney are mo oeu anu most ihc-uko ponrai s efor
Prloro executed in enromo, anu cannot uo uuunguisn
ed from oil paintings on canvas I
Kntittjpiinn t,ntitiviv pnuraniee I ornionrv rciunaeii
Subscribert bv mail must enclose tlx cents to clclruy
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ceipt of two siainps. Addrcw. SHARPSHOOTER
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Hossie & DePuc.
Tho neatest wonder of tlio ago Is the unbounded s c-
cess anu unparaiicicu popularity ol tuc stove
ALflEAUY OVER 22,000
Of the celebrated Stovo
x ja. es jhl jl u jw
llnvo been told.
Wo offer this Stovo to tho public as tho
over introduced in this Market. Call nnd examine
mis ciuvo bciore you ouy.
63. Sreclol attention Riven to
ROOFI.VO AXI (;i'TTEl.G.
All work warranted. Sold by
llOXRTi: A- IlrPITR.
No. 100 Gay Street. Knoxville, Tenn,
N6W StOVG Sfld Tin H0US6
u. c, luwKixe.
HAWKINS & BUTT,
(One doer fuuth of r. M. Williams',)
Wholesale nnd retail dealers in
STOVES, GRATES, PUMPS
WOODEN WARE, HOLLOW WARE,
And ESotiKt- rtiriiiNliing Goods.
'I in, Copner and Sheet-Iron Mare,
(ialvanittd Iron Cornice atd Window Cats.
-Srcc:al attention given to Job Work, such as
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING, ic.
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Or, Cleveland. Ohio.
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Jtead'sceieurated ASIJl.MA UlililEi'. tho best rem
edy for Asthmuyet discovered. Instant relief guaran
teed or money refunded. Tho medicine in put up in
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remitting price will have the medicine sent free py mail
ore!tpr-ss. Also samples sent Ireo to any who desire.
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A v Wimti'il. Agents make moro money at
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HOW, WHEW and WHERE
By Moil, 25 Cents.
EO. P. ROWEL,. & CO.,
jl Park Row, New York-
WM. O. THOMAS & ISflO.,
Having nermanentlr established nn acencv in Knox.
viilo, wu ure prepared to fill all orders lor Slating, plain
nnd ornamental, at low rates. Particular attention
All orders or letters addressed to A. C.iBruco, Archi
tect, .iiasonis itinplc, win receivo prompt attention.
Family Favorite Sewing Machine.
THE GREAT NATIONAL PARTY OF 1872 HAS
X lor its candidate
Tho Popular Weed Sewing Machine.
This candidate has served tho country for years, giv
ing pericct sausiactlon to all.
Its running nualltics iosuro victory In every contest
It receives the support of the ladies everywhere, and
is more popular man
Grant of Grcoloy,
in the canvass now being made. It is ready to speak
lor iiscii in every lamuy in mo iana.
Office. 102 Ojv street. Knoxville. Tenn.
ocU2dWwtf M. f AKUEL, Agent,
EfctablMicri IS (;.'.
Real Estate Agent.
Attorney at Lair, Conveyancer,
Acd Commissioner of Deeds for Now York, Pcnnsy
rama, aiicaiyi n, unio, ueorKia, jin;F:icliu
sett?, etc., etc.
Real Kslate of Every ncscrirtion
Bought, Sold, Exchanged) Rented
Uozlt eellieted ind tnxs raid in all i.arts ot
have all Imsinetj connected with Heal Kttat" rromptly
aad faithfully attended to in ell arts of the United
Alwtracts of title carefully prepared,
I't'Ct.carearjdrcar.aEeruentof Real Hctatc mad
Deeds. Mortgages and other papers relating
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w t'ui juiuiv jiruiiijiuy ami
COMPLICATED TITLES INVESTI
GATED AND PERFECTED.
Copies of tbc East Tennessee
Real Estate Register
Furnished on application.
This publication, the first number of whlrh was issued
in 1605. contains description ami nrlces of hundreds of
propcrtle". nnl much valuable information about Kast
HOUSES AND LOTS
Ik all Pnrts oftlie City,
Ranging from W0 1
to fl.VOOO in nrice.. All InlerrtlM
nro invited to call and look over lists, and ceo what is
1 on the market.
OFFICE 85 GAY STREET.
In most of the towns qf East Tennessee.
AT LOW PRICES,
And on Easy Terms,
ON BROAD. BELLEVUE, DEPOT. PARK, CR0-
ZlrJK, HUMES, IIA11DKK AM) UltANKEIl
STREETS, NORTH KNOXVILLE.
CHARLES SEYMOUR'S Ofllco.
Store House on Market Sauarc.
Large House, Lot and Stable on Dcrot street, offered
for only 20 n month,
First class Iropcny for sale.
Handsome residence on Church street.
Laruo Lot and Krulno Dwelling on tho Lest Hart of
Brick Dwelling, new nnd handsome, on nno of our
best streets ; hign, airy location in good neighborhood.
CHOICE FARM. 307 acres. 4 miles from the city, on
good road, level land, largo dwelling, tine lruit, i
town on River; good road, orchards, spring. H
CHOICE TRACTS OF FROM 100 TO WOO ACRES
in tho Cumberland plateau,
Large Tracts of Land in the Unuka Mountains.
COPPER AND IRON ORES.
All Interested 'In the Tiurchaslnr of Real Estato aro
invited to call or writ,o. No charge for information.
FARMS NEAR KNOXVILLE.
Farms in all parts of EnsUTeuiiessec.
POLICIES OF INSURANCE Issued in the BEST
COMPANIES, and on as favorable terms as can b
TO AND F 0M EUROPE,
Bv the FaiTIOUS White Star LinC.
Havins the six largest and fastest steamships afloat.
and offering great inducements to all Intending to cross
TICKETS FROM ANY CITY IN EUROPE DI
RECT TO KNOXVILLE. sold atlow rates, and money
remitted to any pan of Great Britain or Uermany.