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DOWN THE BAI.
TbflrnUo nf ll llrrnld" Ym-hi
Mom Nutm nf Ifio Kails mm IT
lvllcr. A very Inter. tln rxhibitinii ww,
iude a day nr twn himi, in the nv
voce of h party nf perls) nml Invited
KUCHta, ttt th KHifle Wlnir propellet,
the invention of JuiIhh l'atlemuu nf
Tenuetww, a gentleman who Iihk rnl
deil to his high mantling in the bar
and bench tho proof of high Inven
tive genius, shown in number of
valuable anil iucceiwful mechanical
appliances. On the occasion referred
to the beautiful steam yacht of the
Herald hail beeu fitted with one of
these propellers. The minor adjuncts
of the event were a day of such periec
ticn as brinus out in their fulness the
beauties of New York Hay. The run
was to the Lower Bay, with a test run
from marked distance along theHta'.eti
Ilantl shore. The subject is one of
great Interest to all who are interested
in our steam matlne, in which the
propeller hss so lamely displaced the
Jiaddle-wheel. A lew notes of (be
Kagle Wing will be of interest. It
takes its name most fitly from itt-liipe
and features, Its revolving bbide very
strikingly suggesting the stroke of the
wing of the monarch of the uir. Of
its operations on the day referred to
there was but one opinion. Among
the guests was I'eter Cooper, K-q., who
has adopted the Kagle Wing propeller
for a canal propeller.
The first Entile Wing constructed
wus at Washington Navy Yard, D. C,
a three-bladed, thirly-inch diuincter.
and contested with a four-bladed Navy
Screw of same dimneter and about the
same average ellective pitch (30J).
Ttie-ftame launch was used for both
screws, and under 02 lbs. pressure each
was run from the Navy Yard to Fort
Washington and back about twetity
dve miles the round trip under cir
cumstances similar, except that the
Kagle Wing was adjusted so as to con
tinuously rub the rudder-post. Re
Navy Bcrew Total revolutions, 40,
4M; revolutions per minute,
time, two iiours and forty-three minutes.
Kagle Wing Total revolutions, 34,-
4S0; revolutions per minute, ::U2;
time, two hours and forty-four min
utes. To determine Die force of the fric
tion of the screw with tne rudder, the
same Kagle Wing was brought to the
Brooklyn Navy iard, and run a con
test with a navy screw about like that
at Washington runs of thirty min
utes being made with each under u
steam pressure of eighty pounds; dis
tance measured hying, ltesults:
Navy Screw Total revolutions, 8,-
-:;')4; revolutions per minute, 2.9 8;
distance, 3 6-10 knots (or 21,898 feel).
Kagle Wing Total revolutions, 0,
revolutions per minute. 231.5;
distance, 4 knots (or 24 32(1 feet).
A T-foot 3-inch Eagle Wing w as ul.-o
tested, but its rear ends of wingn liad
to be trimmed so as to clear (lie rudder
post of the Rocket on which it whs
run, reducing its pilch and also ma
terially changing its mechanical form
at the place of greatest leverage and
power. Itselleotive average pitch, as
measured by V. 11. Uelamater & Co.,
after it was taken oil', proved to be
from 13 feet 3 inches to 13 feet (J inches.
say about 13 feet 4 inches. The True
Screw, against which it was run, was
lull 14 leet pilch. .acli was run over
abase (up and down the Hudson) of
about twenty miles; the horsepower
regulated so as to be almost the same,
True Screw Total revolutions, 8,-
'; time, 128 mln. 4a sec.
Kagle Wing Total revolutions, 8,
fisd; time, 123 ruin. Ho sec JSrookhn
!! Discoveries In Tesiurtwre.
A correspondent of the Louisville
ouriT-Journal, writing from Clarks-
ville, Tennessee, says:
"The discovery of gold in this State
a.ong the Cutle Tennessee River, lie
tween McOhee's Kerry and Its mouth,
has created no little excitement In Kssl
Tennessee. Nearly fifty years ago, I)r,
lroost.l'roressorofChe'nistrv and Min
-eralogy In the University of Nashville,
published a letter descriptive of the
mineralogy of Kt Temiesse and of
the gold regions of tii section of this
Jstate. This gentleman Relieved at
that time thai the Tennessee Ophir
contained more gold Hum ihe African
Jphir. He described the rold region
as lying ten or twelve miles south of
the Telico 1'iuins, nenr the Unika
Mountains, in the t'herokee Indian
-settlement. He stHted tnat 4 toe gold
occurs in small griiius, geneinliy called
gold dust, and is obtained by the
washing of a stratum of ten or twelve
inches of soil. It does not appear to
be brought from a distance, but to be
produced by the disintegration of the
rock of which those mountains are
-composed, as it is found not only in
the small rivulets or brooks, but also
on the declivities of the mountains
and on their very summits.'
Iu speaking of the geological formu
tion of the country lie says: 'These
rocks beloDg to the series of transition,
or rattier to the clay slate formation
This elate has been tilled with tubes of
iron pyrites, which are now nearly in
a state of decomposition, leaving these
cavities tilled with yellowochre. These
pyrites are often auriferous, and the
gold not being susceptible of decom
position, remains unalte.ed, and is
disseminated through the soil by the
disintegration of the rock, the lighter
particles of which ara carried away by
the rains, leaving the heavier ones
still remaining.' Who knows hut the
recent discoveries made may prove to
be a source of inexhaustible wealth to
the people of Kast Tennessee ?"
We have heard of the gold but have
not seen anything of the "excite'
Death of a Member of the Tammany
Information has been received in
New York of the death in 1'aris
b ranee, on Sunday last, of James M
Sweeney, a brother of the well-known
Jiew xotK politician, I'eter Jl
Sweeney. He was at one time proiui
iientlnt.be Tammany Hall circle of
politics, aud borrowing all his impor
tance from his brother, I'eter B
Sweeney, thus be became involved 1'
the transactions of the ring. Suit has
recently been instituted in New York
against the Sweeney brothers for $7,
Ouo.OUU. alleged to have been wrongful
ly obtained from the city, and their
property has been attached.
Mnnler if l.nrhlu fcelsrr.
Our rentiers will remember that re
cently the arrest of ihe Mulllnses, In
Wise county, and others In other
counties in the Southwell, churned
with making cnunlei't i' iiinnev. 'a
ell'ected through Lsikiu Selser. who
lived near Nickelsvllle.lo -cott i;oun
ty. Itseenisthat Selser us detected,
and to leheve himself, turned Stale s
evldense, aud revealed the nuuiher,
names and whereabouts of his confed
erate. The result, was a vast number
of arrests, some of the t arties having
been conv ded at the present term of
Ihe Federal t'ourt at Abingdon. Home
six weeks airo, Selser received a letter
Informing that if he would again
Co. ne to Wl-e. he could hud certain
ther evidence f truilt sgaiust other
parlies. Mippmaim; the information
whs given in Ko.el fill th, lie went, but
never returned. The letter proved to
be merely a decoy, and ltd to Ills mur
der, on the raid between 0horn'a
Kord, in Scott countv, and (J'.-idt ville,
the count v ton n of Wi-e.
When lie lintl readied Javhird
Brunch, -i:lit nub bemid O-horu's
Kord. he n evidently shot by par ies
who were in iiulei-h The idiot u i
enter one, the liall cutting his hat
band. The body was left about ill
yards to Hie left of the road, ami bad
been stripped of all the elo'hitiir ex
cept the shirt, and iliawer. The horse
wus taken lo the rtiihl or Ihe load,
where it wus shot and stripped. About
live Weeks thereafter, on Kridiv the
28th of Mhv, search was made fm his
body, and the fids as detailed above
Itseenisthat when Selser left his
home ueai Nickelsville lie hud some
fears of foul luv, and told his wile if
anything luippeiied to him on his trip
to have two certain men arrested.
Moody and Sankey.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, in a
letter to a friend, speaks as follows of
the missionary labors of Messrs. Moo
dy aud Stnkey !n Loudon : " It is im-
possltde tor me, 111 the position winch
I occupy in ihe National Church, not
to take the deepest interest in a move
ment which, seeking the spiritual wel
fare of our people, lias been so won
derfully successful iu drawing together
gleat masses to hear simple addresses
on the great (Jospel doctrines. 1 have
communicated with parochial clergy
men of various opinions 011 the sub
ject, and I am sure the movement is
regarded by allot us wi'li deep Inter
est, and we pray that tl may nnug a
blessing to many souls. If tiiere is
a difficulty in the clergy generally
givini; any otllcial sanction 10 the de
tails of the work, jou will at once see
that, iu tne case of the Hishops. there
are greater dilllculties 111 the way of
n 11 v direct sanction which, coming
from them, could not be regarded as
oilier than otllcial and authoratative ;
and I confess that the objections I
originally feit still remain in full force
now 1 1, a' we have had time to exam
ine and to leartl from various quarters
the exact nature of the movement.
That atldie-ses urging, in whatever
homely language, the great truths of
the Gospel on our peonie s consciences
should ne delivered tv lavmeti is no
innovation among us ; and I heartily
rejoice that the present movement is
conducted on so great a scale, aud with
such apparent success.'-
The Distress of Spain.
A Madrid cojrespotuletit of the London
Times, commenting upon tin: finance
minster s statement, savs :
The consolidated debt of Spain in 1S71-J
was only 2!)7,3 i:i,0(J0, paying iXOMi.UOti
interest. It is now known to exceed
jE.":IO.OOO,UIM), and, according to the Jm-
parcial, it Is impossible that Spain could
pay more than 1 per cent, interest. Jiut
she can, according to Senor Sulaverria,
pnv absolutely nothing, at least, " with
out having recourse to credit operations
at an enormous rate of interest, which in
a short time doubles the original debt."
One should also take into account the
floating debt, which in June. IS";!, al
ready amounted to t'Jll.fiUu. The minis
ter considers tiat. besides its own ex
penditure, the community has to bear the
waste of Its resources caused by the exac
tions of the Cai hsts, and to feed the war
on both sides ; he points to the immense
anion nt of national wealth trodden under
foot by contending armies the puralvsis
of the productive powers of the country
owing to interrupted communications,
and to the withdrawal of so inanv hands
from useful employments : and he glances
also nt the war in Cuba : ' equally cruel
and not less costly, which is turning the
richest colony of the monarchy into 11
heap of ashes.''
The Treasury Department Perplexed
by a Cigar Box.
A loss similar to the one which now
troubles Gen. iSolnner, I uited States
Treasurer, occurred three or four years
ago in his department. With the
inouey sent to the Treasury by the
first National Jiank or Washington,
at the lime referred to, was a cigar box
which Gen. Spinner took charge of, it
being no unusual thing lor that bank
lo present him with cigars. That eve
ning about r)MU were wanting to
make the cash account balance. Care
ful search after one or two days traced
the deficiency to the deposits of the
First National Bank, and this fact was
reported to its officers. On inquiry
among the clerks it was discovered
that the amount missing had been
sent to the 'Treasury iu fractional cur
reucy packed in a cigar box the box
which Geu. Hninner had in his own
possession. Washington Cor. Tribune,
The Centennial Abroad.
Home thirty-seven nationallies have
reported favorably to the United States
centennial officers, and the news from
Kngland, France and Germany la most
favorable. 1 be British Government
have asked for double the space first
requested. Canada aud Australia act
ind .-penitently and liberally, while
Mexico has just appropriaved $20,000
for its won.
Athletic Sports for Young Ladies.
lumping at conclusions.
Walking round a subject.
Untitling through a novel.
Skipping dull descriptions.
Throwing Hie hatchet ; aud, during the
holidays, boxing the ears of troublesome
The Question in Ohio.
A correspondent of the New York
1'riiunr, wrltliik. from Columbus, Ohio,
The one itr-ti'ii upon which the
lteiuliiiaii feel themselves strong Is
this: Whether the attitude of the
Deintier V ic p-'t tomai I Hie school
svstetii. Mid (. clall toward the ef
fort of Catholic- to senire n division
of the hoot fund for tne benefit of
parochial -eh,..,... is s.n-li a to make
it safe to pei iu" thai party to gain
power? For vf-ar- f Is ipiestiou has
been dicusee, in Ohio, as it ha been
iu New l'oik and older States. But
an act proposed, ami after some molli
fications forced Ihtougli the lust Legis
lature by Catholic Itilltieiice, has
caused thousands of Republicans and
Liberals to heliete that the danger
from that ijuaiti'i is more grave ami
immediate man ihey had apprehend
ed. Nor is this ny am means a mere
scare maiiof'ii'Hiivd by politicians.
When the delegates t ame tip from the
rutal distiicts it was ijuieklv found
tha'the fe.lug .oi this subject was
more intetis- nil. I g. neral than any
one liu.t -n-j-ei 'et. The iTeoulian bill
w no' in It.-clf o nolleiiMve. But
the maniiiT in uhu-ii it had hi en de
mandi'il, as the i.r-c.. of - sectarian
support of tb- lei iatic parly, and
thespitit si ii . l oth . r-pi es.-nta-live-ot
i h it church :ilnl by leaders of
that paily, had cau-d ;i leal and geii
er.il u : it I in .
A !,mmI a in .
Ihe at "Ve :x:- - in i- (t f.iti irly a i-lteahle to
the iutiiv 'lu il wh'i-e -y-t.-m ha been renttvti'ei
by lloste't'ji'. Minn o-'i Hitters. lfaTiy ninn or
wotuin iq this coni'.nu'ii y hu a friend aufftfrii g
from tli e various tnum whirh inihicoiint ner
vous din-ie. weik t a.-k or kiilnpy trouble enn
inlhet, the moil rici-ni'! atlvire He or ihe can
aivs ia " Prooure the llittvni at once, nnd uae
them renularly." It thin advice ii hi-ded. we
Euaraniee that in a ah.. rt lime the invalid iti
f-e 1 aa ffnod aa new," so mii-ketl and ao rapid
will he thechang.i tt r the bt-tter wrought hv ihi
Iteerleaa inriattraot. nervine and diurelis. It not
only rs-e-tabliahoi dinflMion unit timulntrs the
organ of urisntion into healthy activity, but
excel by the natural outlets fit the body thoas
acrid element in ton secretin which, when ab
sorbed into tha blood, ttr.iduce rheumatism. Rout
and neuralait Moreover, us gentle thouah et-
tectual union adnn-aoly trs u lo' tne uic ot Is
nates in uelica's hea 19, who requirs
stimulant and corrective.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Where vill a. way be fnunJ ft lunce and attract
ive ittM'tt. ew (ioodf rtcewed nattrly every duy
throughout tbe jtar.
BLACK IM) roi.OHFt
Elack Alpacas and Mohairs,
Of ft II kinit'. Iloiifry. Kid (Jlovt-P Ac. Itlapk
Luce Puiiits, Wuite Lace lVtimjand LaceSatqueu
Hand-tome Iil.LELS. ily and Ins-mln Car-
(ft., nite and tntcko 1 I'linton Mitttnc. Floor
oil Cloths, In in 2 to 1"' Let wiue, hugs btuir
Nottingham Lace Curtains,
Window Hollands, and Cur'uin Fixture and
E0VS' CLOTH IN"), for bn,:i t . 12 years of age,
tJkXTS' White Di- ( thirty.
Under Shir;s, 1'rnwors. Ac.
Genuiae "Anker" Bolting Cloths,
Noi. 3 to II.
In the eitubliihment. with latest fashions direct
from Fun. frui-ular attention given to red
tiu-sds will always be found exactly oi roore'
neotci, und cu.-touiem hoi .etly dealt by. Orden
by null pr uitly attended to.
71 Oay Ht., Knoxville, Tenn.
WHDI.l.-Al.lt AM) KITAIL IHALER IN
Agricultural Implements and
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER
Has oonfUntly on linnrt
The MudibakiT Wngon, the liuckpyo
Koaperand Slower nnd Hi-aiior the Sin-
cliiii blrttw t'littt-r. the ltussull Tresh
ing MHchino, ttie WIh'hIit Sc Milloek
Thresliinij iliiiliini'. the HiiRtTftown
Sulky Hay Kuke, the K.-lh r Wheat Drill,
the lJuckye Cider At ill. the l'rizo Cane
Mill, the Itlanilmrd Churn, the Avery
Oni'-hor'e (Sieel Plow, Mrown & .Mun
lty'f Irun-Beam Double-siliovel Plow,
Frost fe Hunter's " Farmer's Friend "
One an l Twi-lmr Plow. Oetey'a Wash
ing M ii liiri! and AS rinper. Sinclair
Corn Slie..-'. the Cary Thriliblo-geared
I)own 'Hinted Hore Power, for
from 1! to In liorrej, Frix A: Co's .S leu in
Engine, itnd other machinery,
iliis ulo h full ttock of
Field tV" Garden Seeds
Of every variety.
Superphosphates and Guano
An i ersrything usually kept in an eatabUabment
uf this kind, wuicu s irui.se to sell to all who
need anytuiotf in our lins cheap lor eaab, or ei
CQaDKS for I'ruiiuce. vl2wt'aao.
Knoxvilla Iron Company vs. Daniel T- Jones.
IN THIS CAI SKTHK COMPLAINANT. TI1K
Knoxville Iron Couiuany, having tiled its bill
ol cuineiaint upon oath in the Chancery Court
at Knoxville, against Daniel f. Jones, cnaritini
among other things that Ihe said Daniel T, Joneo
is justly indebted lo it. aud has reinovsd himself
out of the Mats of Irnneaass. and now rwdei
out if said Stats, and huving obtuioed from the
Clerk and Master of said Court an oririaal at
tachment against the eaiuis of said Daniel T.
Jonvs. returnable to ths heotsmber term, 11)75,
of sniJCjurt. aud ths sama having been levied
on ths properly of said Dnnisl T. Junes j it is
ordsred by tbs Clerk and Master that ths said
Daniel T. Jones bs required to appear before
said Chaneery Court, at ths Court House in Knox
ville. on the M Monday in boptember next, and
uiaks defence to said bill, or the same will be
takenlfor confessed aud tbs causa set for bearing
It is further ordered that this order be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks in the Knox
ville Whig and Chnuiiule, the last to be at leant
one week before said .-id Monday of beptsoiber
1.76. This 11th day of May la7S.
A trus copy Attest!
M L PATTERSON. C M.
vlCwtt By W A(Jai,baiti, DCAM.
FREE! FREE 1 1 FREE! 1 1
A handom llluf rutt. nwrrr. rontktniftR
tntortost.nt tor verybody. Tcllt b and wt.er
lO frCUr kNOMXObtllp, $ If T FHK T A 1.1 PAslTM
OK THR WOILD.
It cnitnin th Jfnw Hovkktrid tJ TmitRK
Liw!t, with other initreittof nmiter luond uuij
in thif i'per.
SEND FOR IT AT ONCE!
tl will mat roil a Postal Cash. New number
fm April juat out. Adtlrtna
O. T. DAVIS.
Land CommUainner I' V. K. K.
A FORTUNE ! !
How to obtain It and reinnin tt home,
HO fSS BLACK HILLS !
Combination furmlrir. the nll outlay of
Hit i a lorn can be irti'lc. For farticu
l r ad't II L LUW.MAN. Larnntip Ciy, Wym rf
day at home.Teraiifrefl Add re
i. t?TiNw'W A 0t Fortlund,
A WKKK ruamnUn-d tii JVinle find Fe:nal
Acnt, in tht-ir locnntv. ;utt- OJ li 1 .
to try it Harticulam Free. P. 0. VICK-
KhY ak CO . Aukuih. Me.
IS Y I H ' M A N C . . 1 1 H Si II L Tl I A K Si I N . "
Uow eiihtr ft'S may tiurimtie nt,n min
the Inve and npctinn ol niw i erson they "bK(.
iii-ln ii t l.v. I his nrt iv1 run pnwc in, Ire. by mitil,
t'T U'i cent!" ; tonrtdtr with n MitrriMRt tiuitle.
Kvviti;in Unicle. lrenm. llintu tr Ladirii etc
1 mm.niii.'K. A quwr bo. k. Addrn T. WIL
LIAM X On., !'ubli.her. I'll ilml-l.om.
i.r aki'Ivi iAi.m, :."rontf i"r ynl, Inr
I1 F V. I-T I M IXJ roo in t.lHrei l lti-tor
KFI.T KOOKI.j,,n.ll!l;. Pur Cirrular
Mini hh in pie, Hddr ' .1 KAY, (jimrtpn w ,Ierioy
il ost SAtrannlinarv
Term of Ad vertittig are offered for ISewpiiRi'eri
in the State of
Band for list of papers and schedule of rates.
GEO. P. ROWELL A CO..
No. 41 Park Kow, New York.
Kefer to editors of this paper.
riSTRK T Cnt'HT OV T1IK VhITKD STATUS FOR
TH K KAHTKRS DlHTRICT OK iKXN KSSKK,
In the matter of Wilbar F (tleMon, Bunkrupt.
r10 WHOM TT MAY CONCKRV.-Tha un
X derniiroed hereby irivefi notice of hix HMioint-
ment as Afsitrnee of Wtlbar )f (ilesmm. f (rreetie
vllie (or near iJreoneville', in thecunty of (treene
and itate of Tennessee, within iid District- who
has been ftd.iudird a bankrupt upon crelitnrn'
petition by the Iinriot Court nf raid Pintrict.
Uated JutieH, 1HT5. UAKVhX CLAKK.
BURR & TERRY,
OFFKR rilH HALF
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
nici ssr ix in
Weat h erboa r d i n g ,
HATCUET HANDLES, SPOKES,
Thoroughly Seasoned Plank,
Yellow Poplar, Pine and Asb,
OF AIi Li HIZErf.
m WOllh DOAE TO OliULK,
Turulug of All KiutlH,
BY t. KKINBOKT.
Tory one Block East of K. K. Deprt
MILTON T. ADKINS,
Gives fpoeial attention tothecxaminatioo, jter
fcftiiiK and abatraetiiiK ul' LiiU iules in Mouud
a.nd adjoin icg counties.
10LLKCTI0XS PROMPTLY MADE.
In Chancery at Dandridge.
Joel Johnson. Adui'r, Ac, vs W C Jarnagin et aJ
TT APPEARING TO THE CLERK AND M AS-
1 ter Iroin tne alienations ot the bill, which is
sworn to. that the olai
of residence of tha do-
fendant, W b Jarnagin, Is unknown, so that the
ordinary process ol law can not ha served upon
hlini it is therefore ordered by the Clerk and
Mas'er, at his May Rules, 175, that the said de
fendant. W C Jarnaatin, apptur belore ths Chan
oery Court at Dandridge, on or belore the second
Monday of July next, then and there to plead,
answerrdemur or otherwise make defense to the
bill of complaint in thia cause, or the same will
bs taken lur confessed and tbs caussivt down for
hearing experts as to hiuii and that the above
order be published for four successive weeks in
the Knoxville tTeeklv Whig and Chronicle, May
21, IsTS. A oopy of the order te-t :
I II MKEK. C A M
To the Creditors of the Estate of A.
D. A. Carpenter. Ariinr., vs. Matlha PK kle and
her husband, Jesse Pickle and others.
THE INSOLVENCY 0? THE ESTATE OP
A. lail. Dse'd, having been suigetttd in the
Cbanoery Court at Knoxville. Tenn., it is ordered
by the Court that all the oroditors of said sstats,
who have not heretofore bled their claims with
the County Court or with the complainant, eonie
forward and have themselves uiaie parties to
this proceeding. ThUuntur will be publiahedia
ths Knoxviils Whig and Chrnuicls lor four con
sscutivs weeks. May Utn. 175.
M. L. FATTKUSON. C. A M.,
ily W. A. UaLaaaiTH, B, c. a M.
Hanson xu jzj
For DYSPEPSIA. CO STIPATlrtN. Jsnndiri.. Itill.tus uttaekt. PICK HEAD
ACUK, Colic, Dppresiion nf Spirits, SOUK TOMACU, liesrl Burn, Ac, &c.
Tf ft faultteM family mdiHne.
Iom ant ditarranad the jtm.
I m ii re to care tt taken regularly,
I no drastio violent medicne,
1)om not interfe ith btttiowa.
Is no intnxioatiniT bavurajr.
Contain! the iimidett and bet remedies.
CAUTION ! !
Iluy no rotvdern or ITprl Sl1lo4 UVI R LA
TOli litil mm In ouretiKraved rnppr wltti Trt Mark, Ma nap
and Klffnaturn unbroken. IVone tilher tn fceiiulne,
J. II. FJLI. h. ( O., Ulacon ;a. and lMilla1?lphla.
TUB SYMPTOMS of Liver Coroidaintare un- -e.iiinei-t
and itain in the ude. Sometimes the
in is in the shoulder, and n mitnkn tor rhu
ntntiflin. Tue rtotuach in afTVcted wuh nf np
fiffc and viekne'H, bow?lii in xeneral rofir,
n luenuiep alternatin.? with 'Ihe fund m
tr'ublfd with ruin, and dull, hevy pennntion.
con'drable In of mrmory, arpommni'd with
VHinitil Tintion of harino trft undone intncthiinr
which ought to have been dent. Oi ten corti
T'lainirirof Vraknx. iV'm7ii, at-d low ftdrit:
Sointiinen many of the abov m it mi attend
th dioewpft. and at other tmi verytr of them,
but tha Liver is senerully the orRiin mo t invol
ved. MIAKI.Y AI-Ii IMK iNKK oridinvefrora m.W.'.n in 1 T'rjdi'v nf the Ltvr, acd rtiui
n Hlwni nnxiouviv ouvht utter. If the Lirrr i Ji'rvuintnf in itn a -tion. health i Hlmot invana
b'y nfcurei. Want ot ncfion in the Liver eu"e Hrnin k. lhntijntiim, Jmiwiicf. Pnin in tk
Shnulii'r. CitUQh, ('hilh, Jiitxin-, Sttttr tomarh. Hai Tir nlh Afouth, liiiiou Att'i''k- 'ipti
intitmnf th Jt-art )')rrinn nf Spirit, or th JHuf, and a hundred othe- nymptonit. for which
MlnlM, IIVIH KI-.4.1 rvlOH in tha beMtremety thnl bus Pr hrtn dwvrrrt. It acta
mi(t(i, eitectuaiiy, ani, w inr a xnnple rrottabf
lr n iiy he taken. It in A"rmV in every wny;
the good and grtnt Iron, all parti of the country
THE CLKHdV " M v wit and nHf have njfj tha
tues." hev. J. K. Km.oKR, Harry, Oa.
LADIES' INDOHSKKKNT 'T havn m'wmn vnur
failed to irtve full tji fact on." Ku. m .VIkacham.
WHOLK8AI.E AND RETAIL DEALERS IK
Cap, Iiftter aud Note Papers. Envelopts, Inks, Hlates, Ac.
I'hromoB and Picture Framt-H, Tha Largest Ktock of
Wall Paper In Kat Tenn. Hchonl and Col lege Text Hooks
MKK4 IIAN IH ( AJI RI'Y AT I.OW IST JORBKKit' RATE.
H. H. HUBBARD,
Husini'ss Acnt of Tcmiii. State Cilr.uie,
BRANNKU BLOCK, GAY STREET,
WILL PURCHASE AND SELL ON COMMISSION
Grain, Hay, Live Stock, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, and
ALL FARM PRODUCTS.
(ipncfl A (rent for Ohio Hiver SH, by car load or ningle ha Tel. ill pnrrhafe Dry Good, flro
cerifi) nJ llarlnre at lowest wholesale ratfi. Aluo furtiih Afiriouttural Inipfementj and Hwin
Miwhinte at maauftM-lurer'i iric. Ample room f r muhU on 'orDva. Ortiem i-hctiea and hromptly
tilled, vltxilmtftSm II. M . II I BK4Hh, Division Aprnt Teno. Smte Granir.
Having rented th D"iot formerly occupied by the Kant TVnneiee and Virginia Railroad Cnmpiny
(and mure recently by Messrs, ilouga A. Co-j, wear prepared tod-i a general
Commission, Produce and Storage Business.
ADVANCES MADE UPON
Core, Wheat, Oats, Bacon, Flour and other pods in Store
WILL KEE1 A STOCK OF TUE .V T A1THOVED AND POPULAR
Anil can supply farmers and tbs trade up in tbs best terms ss to pricss.
AV'o uro Oeneral Agents for East Tennessee for
Chicago Pitts' Improved Threshers and Powers, Invincible Vibrator
Threshers and Powers, Wood's Improved Mowers,
Sprague's Improved Mowers.
AVe ul sell Oio Ciier Tlireshors, and Wlii-eler & Melick Tlircslitrs, Exiel-iur
Jieapuri ami Mowers, Cuatna' Lock Lever liny Hnke.
.Send for Circulars.
Meld Seeds of Every Description
On hand in ths proper seasons. Ws propose to suprly the farmrr with .ill that they need in thess
ilptMrtiiient. nnd to extend. to them every facility lor diioii.a- of the Products uf tbs Farm TO Till
All Business Intrusted to Us shall have Prompt Attention.
ivi-J.iAw HU. L. M'CIUNC & CO.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND
A FULL (iTOCK or
SPRING AND SUMMER
Cassimere Long Frock Suits,
Cassimere Short Frock Suits,
Cassimere Double breasted Sack Suits
Cassimere Single breasted Sack Suits
Drab d'ete Frock and Sack Suits,
Middlesex Flannel Suits,
Prince Albert Worsted Coats,
Prince Albert Cloth Coats,
Alpaca Frock and Sack Coats,
Pants, dark and light, all qualities.
Large Stock of Linen Clothing,
Splendid Stock of White and
We offer these goods very cheap,
Come and tee for yourselves.
F. HEART & CO.
133 OAT NTKEKr. llildewly
jzy tdcio ua
oornrounil, en do no injury in any quantum tnat
it feu tcen udff r 44 y-nrm, nnd hundreds of
will vouch for its being the purent nnd 6?..
llneulutr.r for var.. and tentifv to tta areat vir
madirina a tbomtiah trial, and in no oaua hu it
Ch 'ttaho'ichpe, KU.
EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE.
WILLIAMS, STURCES ot CO.,
Chntinni for II. Th prandeat chine
.ver tl r.?J agent-, V. will ii.uil to
ny Hiilro.ii, ixt pud, I i beautiful Oil
hru ojt Hixs Hiil. niouuted on r
i tot U tui- in an hour.
Try a Chroma hkcdcv. it it tbe bt-u
p lynst mtei ur out. V'vrbody Iovcm
ai d bu pictun. We huv work and
lut-ne f i a I, iun ai.d wniuen, boyi
tnd uirm whoie uriMtr time, daytitu
ir ven ng. : t home or travel in jr. Im
c s e ( i 1' ttur. i homo ty return
wail Tbiy eU at iigtu.
AffcnU for th kwrt Pvll-
world. It cod Lama 1ft
aht-en pai'-r, IS t n?t lstit Ft 11 PeulWder l'a
el, stut Yart vtvnarn prkairt ot I'ert'umvrj,
antiape- ew Jewelry S i gle packatfu Witti
gstll pr It (i(M( pttl lOCVuta.
TlTKim '""f Itni nil a QnlA Watrli. in tb
Ilk V I Hi.irUl. Jbi i- a ru e Oiu Mlver
UlAlj X -iuuu. k . a d W oh ; KuKiuh -oiled
tinl i piMt- :annk ho -.id D a ; Fu I Jo el d; Ex,
p4t rion Brtla" e ; Nik Mr oianit; bm .utifully
enr ived CtU'et. : a d qu ti'n ari'aran-: a
Ui.ld Wa on ibatcoftruin $' & t"tl(U It sella
Hud adn. reiiitly f r rom $2- to b . If you
wi-h a watch f r ynr n ut. or to make money
on try t ii Hriov 117 -n y. W wil aun i tbu
w.iti-h . I suUo t lamination, if you
send 2 wnli tbo u:u the UaI uco ot 1 y-u oan
pa tbe Kxpm ' ' f th - wat b prove atitlao
lury A T T UK oi ke i did pay lellitiroar
MuXj ffoo in 1M otbiT Dnvltir
mIi o are a ta a.- o.-r i-a nt mip for oar
ll.iicir -iel ci..lo.u-, A idr a K P i' U K.
Tl-al iu Niw UuJturd. Ma.