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How it Detroit llnj I nrnnl I'lraio
From the Detroit Kro PrcM.I
CHATTER 1. THR IIOY.
He was one of thnt klml of buy who
Iiet'il A (?oo(l whipping Minut twioo per
week, but who I hlnk they ought not
to he whippol nmre tlmii onoe in two
yearn. Hid ninuii'nioiit was eliding
ilown hill on nothing, Mailing Rome
boyH, atul laetpuriiig Ciivoiino-pf pper
lozenge . rir uiiuiifi,tiiif call). He wiik
often heniil n reiiinrk :
" Thing liu tint lt gtt up 'n howl
when lietmiriu m around !' "
CirAI'TKK II AT TWII.IIIMT.
Time, Minilowii ; mmmu, the interior
of a well-prewerved woud nlied. The
Round of blown and oili" rent the h1
eran Ullni'n of twilhjlit's iiivhI ic hour,
and thp old man was heard nitying :
"There, I guess that'll hod you for a
day or two! I've put up with your bbmh
as long as I can '."
No reply nothing hut deep-drawn
sotx and quavering mrIim.
The old man threw away the utrBp
iiinl walked into the houi-e, and L
oiilda saton theeorner of act old table
to meditate.
CIIAITKR III A Ilt.OHIiY KKlol.V K.
'That's the last licking I'll ever
take from any mortal man !" whinper
ed the lad. shaking his tlxt at the kitch
en door. " Aud I'll make the old man
sorry that he ever laid a strap over his
only son ?"
He resolved to run away and become
a pirate! He would sail the raging
main, revel in murder, acquire ducats,
and then come home and take revenge
on his father. With Leonhlas to re
solve wus to execute. He entered the
house, passed upstairs, and was soon
engaged in making up a bundle, con
sisting of one pair of patched psnts,
one photograph of his girl, one jack
knife, o;e cotton sock, and a few wal
nuts. The bundle wan thrown out of
the window, and then
t'HAl'TKR IV. I.KONIPAS. LOOKS
around the room fur the last time. The
bedstead looked fmniliar, the old blue
chest In the corner had a thousand
tender memories connected with it,
and the broken-down chair seemed to
hold out its arms atul plead for him to
stay.
"I would, if the old man hadn't lick
ed me," answered Leonhlas ; " but I'll
show him what kind of a coll'ee-nilll I
am !"
He passed down stnirs, aud halted to
embrace the baby. He wasn't down
on nil mother, and he gave her a sweet
smile. He crawled in behind the stove,
and whispered to the dog :
"Good-bye, old Hamson ; I'd like to
stav here, hut I'm too old to be lick
ed i"
Ami he passed out of doors, aud the
great wide world was before him.
CHAPTER V. SOLEMN THOUOIITS.
Securing his bundle, Ijeonldas crept
into the hack yard to see if it was
really he-t for him to become a pirate.
The pol.ir wave chewed at his ears anil
reddened his nose, and he wondered if
the pirate business wasn't pretty cold
business. He didn't know whether it
was best to make for Toledo or Chi
cago, in order to become a buccaneer,
hut he finally passpd through the gate.
He walked around the Inume several
times to catch a glimpse of his mother.
It was hard ta tear himself away. He
knew how she would take on next
day, and the papers would call it an
other Charlie Hons case, and he decid
ed to go into the yard and think it
over again.
t'HAPTEIi VI. A HAY OK LIGHT.
"Afler a little time spent in thought,
Leonhlas decided that if ills father
would a;;rce never to lick him again,
and would give him $J per week to
buy candy, he would not run away
and become a pirate. He would go in
aud make the proposition to the old
man, and if he should tie rejected
farewell to home welcome a career of
blood.
He went in. No one tiad noticed his
absence, and each face looked as na
tural as if he hadn't been gone twenty
eight minutes. He felt some little
delicacy about proaehing the proposi
tion, and, as a " feeler," he asked the
old man to lend him his knife. It was
handed to hini and returned after a
while, and Leonidas decided to put oil'
making the proposition until morn
ing. He got into his little bed feeling
that it was positively his hint night,
but the next forenoon he wan heard
splitting wi od in the back yard and
saying to Jack Sparling :
I've Co-eluded to wait until he
licks me just once more and then
nothing can stop me nothing on
earth."
heriomt AccldeiitH.
What a dreadful place a school-house
must he, and what shocking things hap
pen there, if the talk of schooUchikh-on is
to he relied upon ! Yesterday noon I
heard a dozen of them speaking about the
various incidents of the day. It was Im
possible to catch all they said, as three or
four talked at once, but 1 managed to
learn these startling facts :
Nelly Jones coughed lit to Hjtlit her
nidm !
Kitty Carson nearly d'u d of laitfhiny.
That Lawrence boy iu-tn:illy boiled
over with rage.
The teacher's eyes shotjirr.
Nelly Murray recited loud enough lo
take the roof off of lite, house..
iUihhy Flu's eyes yreir an bi; an nan
err. Tommy Hudson utmost ran his feet
off.
Susie J-ntiings thouiht she'd burnt.
Kllcn Walters broke down compl'ttnli.
And yet it was an ordinary scliool-dav.
Vo;i " Jack-in-thi.-Pulpit," St.
t'Uhola for March.
ftentlinir Merchandise hy Mail.
I Wu.-hioKton KepuHieao, L'tli.
I'osttnu-ter General Jewell bus writ
ten the following Idler to Senator
Kauiscy, chairman of the Senate Com
mittee mi l'ost-ollices and lVsi-ruiids :
SlK 1 have the honor in transmit
herewith a communication from Mr.
Hangs, Supeiintendent of railway ser
vice, touching the question of mer
chandise in the mails. 1 do not llnd
that this class of mail mutter seriously
obstructs the transportation of mails
on the railroads, nor does it threaten
to do so ut present ; but on some of the
trunk stage routes it does embarrass us
somew hat, and w ill lead to extra ex
pense. There is no justice in doing a
' merchandise transportation' business
and charging the same for a short as
fur a iong distance, aud yet I do not
know that it can ho remedied. This
hiw has been in operation for so short n
time that I am reluctant to recommend
miy radical) changes, but I would hiik
gtstthat the rale uf post aire on mer
chandise should be doubled; that, is,
the late should be one cent for each
ounce or fraction thereof, inslend of
one cent for each two ounces. Very
respectfully, yours,
M AltllALI. JkWFI.L,
1 'osl muster Genet id.
In the conimtinlcaliiiii above refer-
j red to. Superintendent BatiK presents
sisiistics oi int- iiiimuhis oi an ine
dill'ereiit chisses of matter mulled at
the fifty largest pnt-nfll in in the
I'nited States dui l'iir the four weeks
end -il December L'!, 1M74 Hist month
being selected because it included the
seasuii when the mails would likely
lie used to a gienterextent In forward
ing holiday t'oods.
Krom these statistics it appears (hat
of the 4,M:t,nlH pounds of all classes of
matter mailed during that time at
these llfly olllces there wasXj per cent,
of fust t-liit-s matter, til of the second
class, and HO per cent, i.f the third
clsss, and of the third class only 111),
47;! pounds, or only '1 "-." percent, of
the total of ail classes embraced " sam
ples of merchandise." Other statistics
presented show that " samples of mer
chandise" oi'cupied less of the mail fa
cilities than books or any other class.
Mr. Hangs says it is not probable
that the mail will ever lie used to for
ward articles of particular value or
delicate texture great distances except
between places destitute of express fa
cilities ; and he says this provision for
mailing merchandise should be retain
ed on account of its nianv advantages
to the public, among which he men
tions the reduction of rates bv express
companies, the facilities alliirdeil to
those who are settling remote portions
of our country, and the extension of
the certainty and dispatch of the mails
in esse- where lime is important. He
argues, however, that there should be
one uniform rate and weight for all
articles of the third cluss, and shows
that in most cases this would not in
crease the present cost, of transporta
tion. In conclusion he claims to have
proved that, the deficiency of the l'ost
ofllce Department is not in any way
attributable to samples of merchiindise
or other third-cls matter.
A Xfw Motive Vnnrr.
'I'lie possibility of cniployini; carbonic
acid as a motor the successor of steam,
as it is termed has been discussed at con
siderable length by Ir. iti-insiu the I.nn
ii ill Chrmiral ICS. the article bcinj;
proiliiccd ouitc m nerallv hv the scicntilic
ircss. Or. Itclns considers that he has
iliseoven-d a vcrv ehenii wav of producing
carhoiiic acid in a liquid state, and coiisc-
iiueutlv at liiirn tension. 1 bus, when
minium bicarbonate or the concspondin
salt of hahum in a ilrv pulverized state or
in a watery solution is heated In a closed
sluice a part of the corhoiilc acid is uiven
oil' and condensed In a non-heated por
tion of that space, so that, at a tempera
tun; of from .l(i ilejrrecs to M.I decrees
1'ahreuheit, liquid carbonic acid, savs Hr
lti ins, can be distilled out of those suits
with a tension of from lift v to sixty at
lnosphcrcs. This liquid carbonic acid or
carholciiui. as it is called, it ispropo-ed to
use to develop ffas with lucli eiif;iiicsare
to he driven, instead of by steam, as at
present, and further experiments with a
view to tlie accomplishment of this pm
pose will he looked forward to with much
interest.
llnryM Carbolic Nftlve
Is ho well known that.it is oily neces
sary to caution against imitations. It
requires a rrirrjul admixture of the
carbolic acid with other ingredients to
produce u salvo that may bo relied
upon. The (reiiuine only puaranteed.
Hee that It bear- the tlejnalure and pri
vate proprietary slump ot John J'.
Henry. fSold by all driifiuists aud deal
ers. John K. Henrv. thirran ifc l',i
Proprietors, 8 and i) College Placo, New
ArK-
A Milwaukee man hid in a public
doorway and jumped out and kissed
his wife, hhe didn't whoop and yell
as he expected, but. replied : " Don't
be so bold, mister folks around here
know me !"
Tlio W ron if Miiln of l lie Meridian
On the down hill siilo uf life, which an old
Bieilioul writer quaintly Utuii "tho wrung fido uf
the meridian," when the functions deay and the
frame gradually bci.ds unuor the woipht uf ye.nr
the system requires to be puettiinod unier the
burden ininoied upon it lunumtrable i hyical
ailment? and infiririitiei thi'n irca uion it to
whu'h it had been in ear ier life a stranger. Tbe
turrat and rleiifantet support of dtclinirg yuara
U found in llui-tettcr's s;tuniach Ilitieri. Iun re-
cngnited ai the most nholosotne and agreeable of
diffusible ttimulant, the uiofl potont of tonics
and aluradvis. The aged and inn in may place
implicit confidence in this invigorating elixir,
which not only chejks thnse maladies lu which
el1' erly persons are peculiarly subject, hut in a
measure retards the encroachments of time usun
Iho conatitution.
Line
M r. Y'Uf!(r
ko e i 9 con
'nn 1 1 y on
hand a full
mi' k of tv
erytttiiiK in
th DRY
(1 0 u D
line, wbii b
he will Bull
iA cliciip a
huctii'tii'St
f(-r otscii.H it
(.uoili art
f'rtih ttiii til
the ltii
tylei, and
ut tbe luw
nt figured.
Hem ein bar
(he place, at
the
CheapCash Store
J.J.YOUNG 64GaySt.
N Dealer in I la Jie
Dkksh tYisAQvI
GOOPJCoEct.
VISVKKYTMIN
Iq tbe Dry
Sanloit faii.ii I I
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING
FORMERLY
troKi & t o.
Largest and Best Selected Stock of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South
With nur ineriwe f rllltl fur htisinest. our large Muck. ni eipeiien'e in the Utiii triulo, we are pledging that I'lUCES SIJ ALL
LOW Kit v'". F f)UK ST0CK T ALL mJYKU3 OF
ilrus, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement. &c.
Ami especially lolicit a continuance of patronage
DOLLARS
TnTlltC AMOTNTOKTWO MILLION K1VE
lll'Ni'KKP UUH'sANl) Ah K Hi UK DIS
THIUI'TK ) O.N TM K JTtti OF FKIIKt A KY HY
TIIK I'l'lil.IO LIUHAKY i'K KV I'I'oN Tit K
OCCASION OF Til 1.1 K FIFTH AND LAff
CONCERT
Drawing
(rrtaiu or
fuudciN
Money Ke-
One lira ml IV h Uift
One Orunl Ciwli liitt ,
One Urnnrt Cash (hit
One Onind Citxh (iifi
Cifh Hilin, JJihmi etch
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VI n.h Oct.".
IS Cash Hill.-'.
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i Cash liitt,
nil C.u.0 Uitl-,
llll C':eh Oi'tf.
24' (Vh loll".
full I Cnh (iitlJ,
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In K i nch
.rvi"i enrh
4.HIH rarh
4.KIU e.cb
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I. iol each
Mm each
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19.IKIII Ciifii Oilt.
Wholn Tirko's tM.
llalve I'.'.'i. Tenth. . r each
tuuptni. S
Kiev
n hole ticket.", f -e.
For Tickets, or information, add?
T1I0S. K. 11KAMLETTK. Aaent and Manuircr.
Louisville, Ky. iliilAw4w
PI BLH LIBIMKY OF KKTU KY.
Death of Got. Branilette Action of tho
fTru8teea A Bucceitor Appointed No
More Postponement Drawing Certain
February. 27th.
At a mpettin of tho Trunteen of the Public Li
hrury of Kentucky, Jan. lit, lS7ft. it wx roflolvvd
that il. M. HriifiM. Ko..whf. unicr tho lute Hon.
Thod. K Bnunltftte. wb the roftl bucinew iniin-
Hdcrof the Kit t pwicrrt! ulreauy given in ant oi
th Public Lihrars ot hontU'Ky. he ana m in
hercliy nuth'ritr.l to take the plgw tnadn VHoant
by the demh ot paid Kramleti-. in the niHDHjye
ot the atVMir cf the filth and It K'tt ruticurt,
nnd that the drHwintc anuouncpl for February
2". 187.". shall ponitive'y nnd unnnivor.tllT take
place on that day without any turther toitiine
mentor delay un any aocount whatever.
K. T. Dl'RUKTT. Pre-.
Joim ri!f, Secretary.
Her nf er al' cnmrnunioitionn relating to tho
fth Concert shtjulil be addrt'r'HPd to the under
pinned, and 1 iI'"1bo myself tliit the drMwinir
p tin 11 eoine ofl February 2Tth or that every dollar
tor licket phall be returned.
C. M. URIQliS, AKcntitnd iMaiiacr.
Uoum 4 Public Li))rary Building.
Luuisviile, Ky.
oii.visci;itY mam:
Valuable Real Estate.
No. 2,4.
prUSUANT TO A DFUHEE PHONOUXCKD
X by the Chancery Court at Knoxville, Ten
n'FPfe, at the Maroh term, 1C. nnd revived at
the January h.ooinl term. lb7S in the catte of
McChintrt Jc Dt'ftertons vs. P, A. Fehan. ct al.
I will bt-11 at l'ublie auction to the hitched l;d U r,
in front of the Court H us! door, in Knoxville,
Sat uiday, the tit It day of
March, IS?:), at U
o io n, a. n.
a portion vf the run 1 ctuto dPHurihsd in the
iiU!fidtiirr-). to wit : Lots Nh, M, -'ti U and r'K in
hneed, Kiiic .t Ciniiianvi Adiliiion to Knoxville,
'lenn uid lot , Nos: M and trout ea-h '!,' tt..
iinl Xo. ta fronts It. on Park street, mil lot
Ko, f7 fronts 4" ft, on Dviiot htreet. n 1 a I'lar (J'
fxitiv an he Feen at the Clerk und Mtiter'i oII'kh
TKIOIS :
One fourth of the imrt'lvii" money to he paid
in hand- the balance equally on six and twelve
month!! tin e, the purchaser eieeutinii hi- not'
arfor'iinirly. beirinfr six per cent. Piterent with
approved surety, anil a lien retained on tbe
property as lurtuerseeurity, February, W.
ia.Mlt M. ht pA'lf KHSItN.Cand M.
riiancery Sale of House and
in Knowille.
No.
.M. Dowinnn v, P. Shropshire, et al.
1"RSITANT TO A DECKkE PH0N0l!Ci:i
J in the above eiiufu at the January speciul
term. lTft, of the Cbaneory Court at Knoxville,
Tennesr-ee- 1 will sell nt public auction to the
Ink beet bidder, iu front of the Court lloue door
in Knoxville,
OX WEDNESDAY, THE lutti DAY
OFMAKCJI, 1S75,
at 1 1 o'clock a. m., the houe nntl lot luentiotied
and described iu the pleailins Ijeins one half t
l la houe and lot where 1. t-hrop'hiro now
recidi s. on State Street, in the City til Knoxville,
and in front of the Ddse Dull Uround.
TERMS.
Said property will he sold for one halt v.i-ti
and the balance on a credit of six nicnths and iu
bar ot the eojutty of redemption, taking note
from tho purchaser for tho doterretl payinent
bearing intercut Iroiu Jute.
M. L. I'ATTKltSON. V ,t M.
Feb. ln'h. 17r. iil7wt Ht.
( I'ancfry Sa;e oi' a House and IM
i Kuowilte.
No. 2.5:7.
O. P. Temple vs. Pleasant Cannon.
1 i' U
CAN'T 10 AN INTEHLOCUTOllY
1 decree proiiouin-ed in the i.l,.ivo ivm-e at tlo
September term, lv-l. o f t he CI. aneerv Court at
Knoxville, Tenne.ee, 1 Hill sell at public mi "
tiou. to tho hutheot bidi.tr, iu front -i tlmCuUi t
house door in Knoxville
OX WEDNESDAY, THE 'IEXTK
DAY OF MARCH, 1S75,
at 11 o'clock A tho houp and let n,n-
tioned and de-cribed tn the plendiim-, being !t
No. l"rS on Willow street, in Temple's Addition
to Fust Knoxville."
TFKMS.
Paid property will bo sold on a credit of six
months and iu bar of the equity of redemption,
taking from the pun-baser u note bearing inuri'.-t
from ilate, aud retaininn a lien on tbe lot to ,-e-cure
siae. M. L. PATTFKSUN. C. A M.
February l'ith. 1S7. i i 1 7 w It d i t
EACH H'EKK. Agenta wnW. Par
Of VJuiart free. J.Wortk A Co.. tiU LoulM
DllUGGISTS."
from all those who have to liberally heretofore patronized either of the old dmdb.
SANFORD. CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS.
Sliivcn, Tlnnro, Ilt.
I'-c Hawkins.
J R. BUTT W. 0-
HAWKINS, BUTT & CO.
MANUI'V t'TUUKUS AND
DEALEU s IN PLAIN. JAPaNNED AND
STAMPED TINWARE
LV'i Vi. -tu.' ii n - "it. .
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' 1 'l IT
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No. nil
I 1. 10,
It IV KX- v
.VoIIoiin. FHiicy ;iu1n, &r..
J. W. PARMELEE & CO.,
(Siu'c'tiw.r ',i A. h. & H. OilleHjiie & (''.)
WIIOLKSALE DEALERS IN
T
WHITE AND
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, fcc
(;ay
KKOSVILLE,
': ARB K0W
A VERY
LARGE
IN OUR
FOR THE FALL TRADE,
WUICU
At Eastern Prices and
l'AKTICULAH ATTENTION
riii:';. l w'f
Lumber.
BURR & TERRY,
LUMBERH
saaiviU
AMD
5IANUPACTUHKUH,
OlfK.H I Oil MALI
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS
Moin.m.No.-..
DUESSEDCElLliC;,
bXOOUINO.
Wcat li erboa r d i u. g ,
AX HANDLES,
l'ICK HANDLEri,
HAMMER HANDLES,
HATCH ET HANDLES, MMKE.S.
Thoroughly Seasoned Plank,
Yellor 1'oplur, Pine und Ath,
Framing Lumber
OK A EE HIZICS.
JOB work do.m: to order,
AND
Wood Turning ol All HIuiIn,
BY D. KKINBOKT.
Kactout one Block Knst of K. K. Dti f t
qaarlt-J4wtf
kn,
FORMERLY
1:111.4 1 k
AMIl.RS
WHITE. JOHN CRV7.K.
WMCOFFMAN
W nre W A'nu lor lmirocJ Cookinf and
lli'atii.ic Mukk, KniKCB. Il.i Air hurnaces. Ac;
Build. r il
iiilvtiniy.Ml Iron Cornlco
And Kilcr'or lieonmtuins,
nnninrii rs oi stii ti Mcial H ork
01' ev.iy drrrrii'tion. mid dimters in
HOLLO W WA KE. PUMPS, IRON PIPE, CBATE
J 1 1 1 iist Fui nlHliing OooiIm GcnoraUy.
Wpnre also Snip Akoiii fr Ollne's Celebrated
Patenl Male lto..firii 1'ainL
I AT A l Kl.l I',
TKNN
FANCY GOODS,
4XI0IOT,
TEBIKTESSEE.
RECKIVINU
i , ! Thi CitLiiiBiTKU Star Cm .
STOCK OF ALL GCODS
LINE
WE OFFER
on Eastern Terms.
PAID TO ORDERS.
kaht t,:hmri:i.
ND AGENCY
KhIuiiinIici in';.-,.
CHARLES SEYMOUR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Commissioner of Deech
CO WKVACCR,
orriRB ro BALI
Many Desirable Properties
mo tail CHllCil ur
All llllklBCka Pt-rlalaluar lo Kratl FatHl
Maps
and Abstracts of
FURNISHED.
Title
KHTKOUL ATTKNIHIN OIVBN Til -
'liiiin au;l Timber Lands
OKIiANIZATION OF COMPANIES AND
l'LACINU OF COLONIES.
THE EAST TENNESSEE LANb KE01STEK
pent on rfi)t(ii t:iuii.
Omri. Fir.t Uui.r mulh of E. T. National
1! ink, 1 liuv ,S:rt-i;t. Kuoxvillo. Ttnntwcee.
nM liM.vwt
Original Attachment.
M. L- TU"uu'i"U vc J. L, McD ttiiul.
IS THIS CASK. ITAPPKARIXO UY AFFI
1 IMVIT ttiitt tho Uften-iiint J. L. MoUnuiel
in justly indetitoj to the pluintitl. aud ua Urig
iul Attachtueut having byiu leviu 1 ou bis good-
ii in, thi-returt), ordered that public it on be made
in the Knoxville Werkly Chronicle, newspaper
ipublished in Knoxville, To nt-ivee, lor lour
euec?Hiv weki, fur the delortdtiut tu appear at
my oliice in the I t civil diHMot o( Knox county,
lenn., on the'.lVth day t March, lb, and
in like detfDtse to uid tuiigain-t hiru.t-r it will be
proceeded with ex parte, J U L.ICS Ul liS,
J. P. fur knoi county.
ThU Fehruarjf 1G. 1875, ii24wi
L18I;S3 DIKLCTOUV.
IIRT OOni.
firrHATIl IlltOS.. Heiii.ru In I)r Uo,.d-
ll li ii II. !-. llnot- S'l'ie;', Ss;iplc -nd Fancy
llriceri,n. Kixt .S.ii l:irki-t bquare,
Kll xnlle.
'.'' MwS-n
liilplr i nrri.
Toll N II MKKk,
A'lftrnev at Lw
L'andridKf.
nnd Solicit
T llel'.
I in (
i C'h'oiceiy.
H) K HI' KN, Attorney n Law nd
dof if ('hniicrrv. KiitfMte City. irpenn.
rRl'iAT
TEXAS LAND
DISTRIBUTION ! !
A VMltt mil
I'mr lin Hiiiij, a Silfiidid Jluxinci
ouiorn liuihlivij Lot, for
$3.00.
$300,000
World ot Hi it IZNtalc
Will be d p'ribnt" d Hiunrn the ticket-no den m
llonfton. leXBf. Mireh la. I h-!. Hi" htt r ll t
ill be n floe hrn-k house, i n Mali ft-et t, rental
$1 K. vaiuod nt r.iuliteen thoii-niid i" l us, atid
thouilIes; put tvni oe 4i ot oi Tirol r h
build u it lot Tne distribution eotni ri -r over
bu.ovo Heres of : d nnd, in thirty i-ultt jtrowit'C
count ie. i he rr-s ot Texa nnd the S irhwe-t
cojunieivl it t the It I' tt nt ention 1 t: e public
lhe Stnte authorities en t run it.
Ciieul.iii ttivn.ir ties r pintn ..f the troieriy.
the i Inn oi oauu K f,t' I "ther iinfiMt.n ii'n
KurdiT'ic 1 will be tu-nisht-d i n i p'icntii n.
Kvery l'i'mn.ter is Hiiihurixcd to hi t af a !
oalHireiit lirkett.Si 1'e- p r eerit Ui.cotint
nliowetl on a -dub of ti ij. k-t or tn-TC
t e rro.--tonll J'ni.ks, ii kera an t husinefl
men of Ilouoton.
For ticketc, a(ceiieie and full purt'rulars od
dreoa. WAtiLKV LilCKAUT,
K'7w"t Manairert". ltouctoti. l'exaf.
0 D. SMITH c: CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
B00KSELLEKS
IIIH ;at NIUIKl.
KXOXVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Merchant
and
others from the country
are run eetfully requextrd toi' t a n,"
befere imrchusiiie.
fi'r we will not lie umlerHoM
I'h (flitiNlly rcciird of tli-n1lit th-t r.-u
from pu tnonnrjF afleciions i friRhtfuI TImtv
no dini'iiv tiit i( s iuidiou" in ita Httak Is con
sumption, lly the neglect of ''itrht ni'ilj'' thry
loon im'oiuo deep rented and dtt . romciiitH
which, if opplio i nt the outfet, on Id hiive n ver
ted ult dui'tcvr lr. Xutt'a Kxpec'oriiiit lum pro
ven itjc!f tUt iiiiinI vitlmililt? I.iinif Italnmrt
evfrdi.-covered. A lTIN(.riSHKl TLKIt
(i Y.MAN of New York pronounces it tho " Rm.t-tt-t
Llrssinn of the nineteenth century, " ur.d "!!
"i,o I'tmiity should he withrut It." It is p'i;,nt
to the time, and a b'idkIo done will often remove
the most ob-tinnto coug i. OlVice, IS Murray
Gtrf4 iVw York. xilTdco Uwly
A lliilil Hporlriit nnd irnllH iur;H.
live, recoiniuemled for tti cure of all ilrriinte
ment? of the stomach, liver and bowois. I'y their
timoly uio much si' kne.s Is pravenlo.1. lhe tect
ot many years have proven them to be th" sale-t,
surest und bent of all the pills ever olTercd to tho
public. They purify the h'ooJ. reuiovo all cor
ruptions nnd rpptore the iJiscti.cd pystem t" per
fect health. AS AN ANTIL'OTE TO CHILLS
AND l- EVEIl. ihoy have c . iqtiul. FOlt I)YS
I'El'SrA. they arn a ppe-ific. Kir SICK HKA.D
ACIIIIand IHLIOuS ' ( LIC. ttey i re n sue
cure. K'.r toNSril'ATION. It II Kl' M AT1SM.
1':li:s, I'ALimta tion ok the iikakt.
pain in the mdk. 11aik and loins.
NEKVOrSNE.-f . a pusiiive remedy. FoK FE
MALE IRREOVLAKITIES. without a rival.
When ono d es no-, "fiel Vtrv well," a single
d' se stimulates the stomach Slid bowels, restores
the appetite and import viiror to theryfem, fold
everywhere. Office, 8 Munay Street, New Yc rk
DR. TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Is easily applied, imparts a beautiful black or
brown, nnd nets like luuiric. T e best in the
world. Hold y all druiririsf Kri'e f! per Ikix.
Knoxville Iron Company
M A N T P A CTU H I B B Of
UACU1HKBV. 1HON PkNClhU,
Kiill.ltOAlk NPIHKK, ( IT
MINKBH AMU DUALKtrt B
Coal uml
foal
4 'ok'
IN rOlNTV lOHtr OF HIUK1NS.
OltKlINAIi 111LL FOR M VI? ION OF LAND
Lucy Portruui et alB va. Henri Portrutu et nU.
1 N THIS CAFWK IT AI'PKAlUVt! FIt'lM THE
1 allocution of com iliiTnunt( hi I. whii-h 1.1
worn to, ihitt the dtde' d.mt. limy I nrui-i,
A-n Mi'Kmriey. LmirA ht-d-r." )' .i
(logtir. John iiuttT. Mury JioKer. i. lntr-t I -ir,
'I hotiiajt Ioei, it hd the iu'ir of .1 ' Ht-iiN I ,.
dccoii!e'i, aro non-re.-i ient of the ;t ,ti- ,
nei-i o. it 1.4 therefore rdon-d th.it i uo i ;ti . nt
m i'ie tor lour su ?ee.jn e w ek- in 1 -ville
Chronicl, n new-p.u er ( ulm-hni n t. e
e ly i.f Kiif.xvilK K ia 'i . ui , .. i: i K
th tint ron - rtfidenUi d f.-nd intii t a"!', .c
htor the County Court of 11 wk nc
or h,-ore the tirtt Mor.dn f .Vr
iiinko do'enfe to comi'luitiHiit.- b U. or it
will be tukot. for c nliaMit t 'o thvin in.d i-et
for heurii k X part.
Willie, do. K, Ariit'orc Tlfik (f our i;i'd
fourt, t oflice in KoitcrhVilie Tcnne.-.-re, on t.;iii
tkt lifBt. MuiiduA of Kfhrii 'iv. 1sT"
JO K AK 'SI 110NC
A T 111' FTM AHTKH, At' 1 or l' IU V-If.
CllTl- .
ust. n. nwmi,
KUVILI.R, Ti:.'..
AGENT FOR KXAUE'S CELEUHATKI'
BALTIMORE PIANO.C
Every inttrgujent fully wrrind r

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