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Jittoi'billc .ttthin 'WLlbig anb Cferimclc: Iciwcstoim, u$xi 11, 1875.
PENCILETTES.
Clevcliiiiil wants a company of light
Tlie lmli-lteilntiM of Newton county.
Testis, 1h neatly ?o, 000,000.
lie i- n eowanl who would sny " I
despair." It In no iliHKracB to fall, but
it in a diH)inot to refu to pick (iiie's
self up.
A little wart:lianked hop-toad will
hreuk up a croquet party quicker than
the darkest thunder cloud that ever
gathered.
A Dubuque father kepi a ptomacli
pump in tlio house, and when he tells
his children not to eat cucumbers ttiey
let 'em alone.
A lively urchin accosted a drug store
man tlie other day: "Mister, please
i;imme a suck or licorice, your clerk
goes with my sister."
How a woman can keep on talking
wlilie she twists up her back liair and
nas ner mouth lull or iiairpains, is a
mystery tint yet explained.
Asa mark of respect to the memory of
ex-JTesideut Johnson, Mr. John jurd
ler raised a flag at half-mast on his
tailor shop yesterday. Chattanooga
Commercial.
Cap. Kelley, of Sevier county, lost a
boat loaded with niicou, meal and Hour
on Wednesday. Tlie boat sprung a
leas and sunk in ten feet water near
Bryant's ferry.
The body of Bowman, the convict
guard, who was drowned In the Kmo
ry river near Cooper's landing,- has
been found, and after an iuquet-t, was
decently buried.
People who saw hiui jump up and
down and heard him swear, thought
him crazy but he wasn't. He had
merely delivered several cords of wood
at the wrong house.
The first thing we thought of when
we saw him was that ho is one of those
New Orleans banditti, but on closer
inspection it turned out to be the
" horny-handed " local of the Anc
and Grange Outlook under a stack of
straw.
l)r. Johnson once dined with a Scot
tish ludy who had hotch-potch for
dinner. After the doctor had tasted it
she asked him if it was good. " It N
good for hogs, ma'am," said the doctor.
"Then pray," said the lady, "let me
help you to some more."
Last week a man named Charles
Burton emptied his revolver of live
loads at Tom Collins, near Cleveland,
two of the balls taking ell'ect, but the
wounds are not thought to be fatal.
Burton is in jail. Heport says Collins
was too intimate with Burton's wife.
We learn that there is a negro wo
man living at Hugar Valley, once the
property of Mrs. Malone, with whom
she resides and is cared for, who is one
hundred aud fifty years old. Hhe re
lates many incidents connected with
tht Itevolutiouary war. Jjalton En
terprise. We have never t-een such good pros
pects for corn in our lives as now. We
see llelda of line corn this year that
have not been under cultivation in ten
years to our knowledge. In fant, we
have seen no bad corn. This i- one
year of peace and plenty. lAncolnton
(Ar. C.) Progress.
We learn from a brakeman on the
train that on Wednesday a negro at
tempted to commit a rape on a very
worthy lady of McMinn county, Mrs.
Howard, who lives about a mile from
Athens. The negro has been arrested
and it Ik feared that Judge Liuch will
decide his cise,as great excitement pre
vails. Judge Puckett says that from one of
the Districts of Hamilton couuty, the
effects real, personal, aud mixed of a
certain individual were returned its fol
lows: Property all told, sixty dollars
nine children aud eleven dogs. This
is no joke, but an actual fact. Of course
the dog law is prodigiously unpop
ular in that locality. Atlanta Times.
A Lady Older than the Declartion of
Independence.
From the Chilliootho (Mo..) Constitution.
A lady of remarkable old age has re
cently come to the knowledge of a re
porter of the Constitution, in Jackson
township. The lady referred to is
Mrs. Margaret Webb, a native of Giles
county, Va., but a resident of this
county since 1844. Hhe was in the city
on last Haturday in company with
some of her granddaughters, and told
our reporter that she was born in the
year 17G9, and that Bhe distinctly re
membered many of the important
event of the revolution. Her age ap
pears to be pretty well authenticated,
and she certainly is be oldest looking
person we ever saw except one, an old
man named McCalla, who diel in
18-53, in Harrison county, Ky., at the
well authenticated age of one hundred
and five years, and whose mind had
become as blank as on the day of
birth.
Mrs. M. Webb has six children liv
ing, three of whom still reside in Vir
ginia. Her family is of the first re
spectability. Hhe has been a member
of the Methodist Episcoal Church
from her earliest recollection, and be
longs to a congregation of that Church
(South) in her neighborhood. Not
withstanding her great age, she Is not
entirely helpless, though her feeble
ness, both of mind and body, is pain
fully apparent, and;it can not be long
before she passes to the seenes beyond
the life on this planet. We are assu
red by persons who know something
of Mrs. Webb's history, that docile
ments are in existence, both in this
Btate and Virginia, that verify her
nge as stated by herself. It may there
fore be stated as a fact that Liivingi
ton county has a lady resideut 103
years old. Her husband, who has
been dead several years, was a soldier
of the war of 1812, aud it was part of
her business in town last Haturday to
look after a pension that her attorney
is about getting for her from tlie gov
ernment. A Bad Mistake.
(Detroit Free Press.)
One of Detroit's philanthropists saw
an old man seated on a salt barrel in
front of a grocery store the other day,
and the white locks aud sad face
touched a tender chord. Laying his
hand on the old man's shoulder he
asked :
"And bo you are waiting to be gath
ered home, are you?"
'No sir, I hain't," promptly replied
the old man. "I'm waiting for the
bank to open so that I can gather in
13,200 on this check."
He happens to own four or five big
farms in this county.
XKW ADVKRTISKMKXTS.
BOOK AGENTS yr,VV:VT.h:
t-ene Medic! Arivier" It it v, chfitiet hunk
ever puMifhcd; HS.S ,,vr :.M illustration,
f'. A 'Ihnunnil I'uv U n fi ht who c uM not
indue ! tn jurcha 'Ii" hiuh preM berks
trcntitifr. of Ininn-i,( MMirif. I'nlik nthrr
b-ok poM through ad-'MMhtf wnrk 'i rnu hly
AriverriwHhrmiKhnur Nor h Amrrira. Thiofrtct,
lorfthrwilh th-i lurir t 7 vWirnnt npenrnrc
nmlmtny nw frnturufi id the r.nk. ruw It to
sell tmra mindly than nv w.rk rvor t-ublWitd
in inn country. Th"o of mr hmii who hnve
hud experience in ?c!lin b - k. fay tbnt ;n ml
their previ'tu cinvHsMr they never met with
such r'upirf? or nind p lurire w.ik . m-?iiir cun
menfine the fn!o of my wnrk Fur tenon end
territniy, Mldrcr (inH'irtr two p t tfimp
nnd nttiriff rxiiorionre V V Pi'-rec M 1. W . rtt
I.Ficniiry, bnflnl'i. ' V. Not .-Murk envel i, c
Kor P'i'-lir'hine I ft-
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO
NEW LONDON, CONN.,
Manufacturer of Clt- n Gin. Cutu.n (t in
(mHrr nnd 'tt,n (tin Mnit rviin uf fvryir
-riptn. Our tiin hae been in ute thirty yt n
end have en etnblihed reputRiion for iiii't, ,ty,
hphtTVuning. ihirnhility, nnd (T iwififi uinl fitrtrf
tit't of lmt product d. hir tntUr ea.iiy at
t tt-hed t( the (tin, and e;iily operated by ntiy
hand of ordinary intpllieence. Ihey are then'm
llfit nnd vh ijt t'?t,i r in the market nnd ted
with mitrr rtytititrity than i possible by hinid, t
ert ttitnj thr tmtturn and trWintr a lrnn r and tt r
Mtmjilr. At all 'air where exhibited an t by
11 inter htivmn them in uf. t i ey have been ac
corded 'he hlKheFt enoollliutllft. Our mli r
(iro ire ft wtni , tlurnhit Hlld nniitr tn vinftnirtmH,
and do what i re juirei d them rapidly nd well.
j midi innnf jtmrt r i required t drive tf e
l-'eeder or Con'tenor. -md no U;n Hi ue i com
plet without them. We are prepared tn w .irnnit,
to any rea.onal'lo extent, perb-et cut it fa -ibui to
every pnrrhiifcr. Circulur-, i riccc, and luil in
formation turiii-hed. Addri' hb above or n rply
to M. PATT Chaifinuoffii, Tem.
Waters' New Scale Pianos
AretheiusT made: tbf toith kt.a f.t tr.
. 7vl o
.nut' nii',mti Jnu jutvfrlut, j.uit ani
VATERS' Concerto ORGANS
Can n be exel'od In tons or he trrv ; th-y 1 tv
eoinoi'tt'"n The ''vt;itT) Mcp it . fi.i'j Imi
tufi'in ut tit? IiiDintt 't,i,
l'RRKS KXrUKMllLV LOW fr tab r du-'nn
this Muii h. Mniumy uiPtalinHnft re'-iv(.t: '
nort and iry.Tis to L -t, -Hd Hi-nt Money a lowed
it rurrha-ed. Sond hntid In-iruments - I
(iKEAT l!Ali'Ul.v After. t wanted. A l.h
era! Ui'f unt to f encdierf-, MinUter. t'hurehi -,
Schor.l. Lo itff. .-tn Spe'-ia' Ii ducemetit. t
the tra io. I "utr.i d :ifnlnirit-i tuai:
Eiot vi i: v l it
il I rjadway. Ntw Vt ik-
$50 TO $10,000
Uaa been invented in SU e't-l'riyileges and paid
900 CENT PROFIT
It Ti.. T. 1 1 tf.il . . -
ii- w i i mi it, H wms on v an fi., rem iree.
Th v UK i I'tiK Ar CO., llaukera un I Brokers, 2
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VtAS.
The rhoiceatin th world. Import
t prices Largest eouipnuy in
Atiiericti Ptiilo iirfiflH i.loffcnt
everybody I nob) citit'pual y increainfrAfcentfi
wanted eve h-re beet indueemfnts don't
waste tini'-- "rid for Circular to Koukkt Wells
3 Vesey ... .s. V.. 1'. O. )x l7
THE WEEKLY SUN.
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umns, from niw to New Years, p-i.-t paid
A'itlre-8 'I ut: tn, Npt York.
ce uta
$771
A WtlKK Kuarantevd t- .M h. m.d K.-:nnle
Attent. in their le. ilt'y t N I II -.
to try it Vartieiilari" Fre I rt. l('.'
KUY A 00 . Autrur:i. Me
IJSYtMlo.M ANC . I. "li ;i St ;;,'"
liowt-itber fvx may ta -iT:re i-r, , h o
the Jove aud ttleeiion n hiiv er- i:i Mey "bu ,
in-tan tly. i hi art a I an pnse :iv , y ni il,
bir li."ceiit; toeetlur with a Miirr-in (Juide.
KKyi'tinn Oracle. Irc;iini'. Hint? to Lalie- ere.
UMi.m ot.. Id. A fiueer b...oi. Addr? T. WIL
LIAM A Co.. Publisher. Pbiladelphirt.
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COLLKtTIOXS PROMPTLY 3HDE.
Rogersville Female College,
J Thii Initi'ullon will tiereonenej
Allium with a tbor
3 J uunlily
ty ootui'etcnt oiirin ot t .aoh
i every duiHrtmeut.
ITur uircuiur or iiarticulur uJlres
Hkv. A. W. WILSON, Principal.
RoOEMVULt, TsN.i July W, 75. vii'. Ji' wl
NEW AGRICULTURAL
STE A M ENGINES
FOR 1875.
M-'Te elTeetive. nnd more enmplrt. nnd Tnrre
readily adnpted tu the v.triou inrfu'ultur.il it-t"
than any oilier in the market. iTtetienl r.t
provement acumulat' d Imin t wonty yeir-
tiiRnut'ieturitift xperien-e. i? h reputation inaia
tained and u.:. e establi-hed.
Send f-.r (.'irculars d s 'riptive and coiitainina
tetimonialn con''rriinir tir ltrf altlf, Ma
liiiimry and 'ivrlculittritl Skmiiii IIii-
WOOD, TABER & MORSE,
KAS10.Y MADISON CO., X. Y.
viiiH w.'m
FAIRBASMKS'
SC ALEE.
STANDARD
Also, Kiles' Alarm Cash Drawer,
Coi.'o;tnl Drue Letter 1'restc--, A.:, A'
PR!Nv'lFAl. b''Al,F. WHAIiElIUVSFS.
rtilrhinU V flit Itromlnnr, , Y.
Fa i km n ks .V Cm , 1 1 It 1 mre St., H:iiiuMTe.
Kaiimianhh A t (i., i amp itrert New Or i-a:i
FAtHtuNKs A i'i .'t Main St., IJuff.ilo, X. Y.
Fat hanks A Co., o- s lrodwny. Aihmiy, N . Y
Fikiu!Kh .V l o , i" i St. I'jiul'i? St.. M .ru e ii
Fim; Nkrt A Cc.."l KipirWihiam St .Louden, L'ji
Faihtanks. Lhown a Co., 2 Jiitk (.. Lo-t -n.
Fi'tunNhA A KwiMi. M.teonie Hall, riniade'j.bin
Fatkiianka, MniMK A Co.. Ill L-te Sr.. Ctu. n .
Fa 1 It It AN k MoIISH A Co.. F.l Waltlllt St.. I iri.O
Faikhankm. Morse .V C(. 1 - Superior M. Cle'n
FAlHinNkS. Morsk A ., 4H Win d M PitIbnrcr!
r AimiANks, Mokk Jt Co., -th .llain, l.cuviib
F.tKRks a- fti.,:a.' k :i"4 Witsh'ton A v. ML-.mi
FaIubanks A HfTriMNSoN, San Francisco, Cul,
Kor bv leiduiK Hardware Lttu:eri.
vii4deodAw:!inos
A uilll aperient nnd Kt'ullfl iitiru.'i
live, recooiuiendetl fur the cure of nil duruii:e
tuonts of the stouiach, livor aaJ buweir. Ily their
timely use much ak-knes is prevente 1. 'i ho test
ot many years have proven them to ! o thv eafot,
surest anJ btt of nil iho rill? ever offered to the
l-'jlilik.. Tlioy j.urify tho blood, removo nil cor
ruiiti np ;md rstore ttio diteared t-ystem to per
fect l.c.ilth. AS AN AXTIDOTE TO CHILLS
A XI) KKVEH, thoj- have n . fiual. I'OH 1YS
PKI'SIA, they arc a fpciflc. ForICK iILAl
ACHE nnd IllblOuS LIC, they ure n mro
ure. F-r CONSTIPATION". IIII KU 1 ATIS.M,
p:lks, palpitation of thk iikakt.
pain in tiik ttde, back and loins.
N'I:KV0VPNESS. a r'itive remedy. F0II FE
MALE IRKEliULARITIES. without a rival.
When one doc, not "feel Tcry well," a finglo
d tv stimulates the stomach arid bowels, restores
the aMictiteand Impart vigor to the system, Sold
everywhere. Office, 18 Murray Street, New York
DR. TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Is e&eilj applioi, imparts a beautiful black or
brown, and acts like magic. Tbe bent in the
world. Bold by all drujreist?. Price, fl re
" THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."
Itow many diseases have their seat in the Blood
dit)eH?e which bare ben treated vainly hryears
In eirht cacen out of ten. if tbe blood alone wan
rroperly purified, how ("on would Health nnd
iMdnew return ( 1 R Tl'TT'SSARSAFA K1L
LA AND lFKLN'S DKLUiUT is a never tail inn
cure tor all illoud, Scrolulous or fcyphihtio di-
I'nder the influence of thte eoraround the eye
grrowa clear and gparkiinK, the complexion like
pearl ; uDPifthtly blotched, pook ma'ks, worms in
the tleh. plunder, aud rougtine'S ol the skio din
appmr. and the entire human organization grows
redolent with hnaltb,
PKK E 0K DOM.AK A HOTTLE.
SOLO BY Ahh oaiaui&TM.
LABORATORY,
18 Murray St., N. Y.
xilTdeod
Trustee's Sale of Land.
T Y VrUTFE Or A DEET OF TRUST EXE
IJ l I Tt.lUome by John M Lutt'cll. restored
in fccviei' county, in Look N. ptte 111, I will
c!l ut public outcry t the it re of it ore hen Si
Stroiiff, at strawberry l'Uinri, on the l4th dar ot
AufTU.-a next, ut 11 o'elock a- hi., a tract of land
of ubout ninety-two Uvirtf, situated abuut throo
tuilrp from Mrawbrrry J'lain, in revipr county,
aJjoining tliu lundH of John M. Lull roll, uud
fully dc.H'nled in Biiid deed of trust.
The rale will b in bur of tne equity of ro
deuiption. fr onc-thir'l cn-h in htnd.andthe
b:i!iiu-e i n MX and twelve months with interest
from date, soured t-y a lien on the lund till fully
1 ii!).
The binn Irus of the land will be shown to
Pnrti'-s i'ini to examiueit, if they will call on
Mr, Ju&u .M. J.uttndl.
JAMES COMFORT. Trustee, Ac,
viiUwt
iioolm:, Ttx.v
AOliNT F 'H KNAIit'S CLLELRATED
BALTIMORE PIANOS.
TorTHtrunient fullr warranted for (V
EAST TENNESSEE
UNIVERSITY,
State Agricultural College,
Will r, open on Thursday, Pevt. 9. Yoonr men
decirtoir the .uperior edu'tton it o&ent utuy ob
tain Catalogues t m ilicution to
' TiiiJdw:t iHCS. W. HUMES.
6 FAIRBANKS
Silii Biaiiitalain I Ilta
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING
FOl'.MKRLY
K. J. SAM'Oill) A. O.
Largest and Best Selected
t A.!'!,""r itu:rt'"'e r '-il(tie f. r lmhio-. our largo (to;k, and experience In th. Drug trade, we are Hedging that I'KICKS SIT ALL
L'I'V r U than ever beli.'c pivri In lV niHrkrt.
WK ASK. AN KXAMINATION OF OITU 8TOC1C 1!Y ALL 1UIYEKS OK
I?nii;s, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Onient, &c.
And especially folii it ri ntinuHnce of pntronnEe from all thorn? hi havo ho liberally heretofore patrnnited either of Iho old drnii.
- SANFORD. CH AMBFRLAIM ft ALBRPS.
GKOKGK 1JK0WN,
WHi I.(SAt.K AND KKTAII. IHAl.SI! IS
Agricultural Implements and
Machinery,
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER
AM)
Commission Merchant,
KNOXVILLtf, TENN.
llus '"Ntint1v mi liml
'J'lio Muililn Kit Whk'Hi, tho liuckovo
llcitpor uinl Mnwvr mid Kohiht, Hip Si'n-
cluu M' (. uttcr, tin. Hu.nill 'I'r.-h-ii(t
Miu'hiiM', tiu AVIicpUt Ss Hillock
Tlirnshiiii; Jliidiii.--, tlio llnpor.-town
Sulkv I l:iv ItiiUp. tho K.-ilor AVIiont Orill
tin; ltui'U-fyc MJt ' ill, the Iriz Canu
.lull, tho l.lnnrlmrcl I hum, tho Avpry
Ono-hor-o Sti'fl l'low, llrown & Mhii-
ky k Jron-lionm DhuI.Ip-SIiovpI l'low
l''nt it Jhintcr s " Kuniior'n Frinnd '
One nnd Two-liorn l'low, lliftcy'g Wnsh
inp M icliino mid Wrinifor', iinclnir
Corn SliolliT, the C'urv Tlirilil.le-i;piird
JViwn or Mountid llor?o l'uwr, lor
iroin i to iu nori-i!!, t nx i.V LVi otoiuu
J-.nin.'. mid oihor nini'hiiicry.
llm ulst" u full ftouk of
Field tV- Garden Seeds
Of i very var'ety.
Superphosphates and Guano
An 1 everything1 npimUy krpt in nn eitahHhmnt
of this kind, wieli we irop"n n hcU to ull who
neea anyttiniK tn our lute cboup lor eah, or ex
COLLEGE
NEXT TERM
Opens September 1.
TIMS FACULTY hen been
f nlnrcrej Ar e tentve
tbetnical an-1 rhilioi'lii
cul AM!irutus U;is been
I'arctiuctd.
A NORMAL DE-
P ARTIVTPMT1 t0 iu,' Teachers, will
IUIjII X bft orpitnizeJ, uutJer the
iirertionot Kcv. ft. A- hhar).
Tbepcveml eoursfs of ?tu Jy are very extensive.
nnu u ic oeiievo'i ine in5titmi n poieen tuto
nor n'lvantagea for uivine a thorough educntinn
Tuition, room rt'lit. Wii.eliintr. liirlits. fuel nmi
board need not exceed 14) tor tbe neholnntie year
t or mtaioKuos or mturmaticn, a poly to
Rev. 1. M. BAIULIUT. 1.D-. Tre-'t
vii2iwSt
NICHOLS, SHEPARD &. CO.'S
VIBRATOR THRESHER
Ihe ItltILI.I AThl C KSHof this Hrnln.
Knviuir. Hine-Mnvluic 1IIKI:SIIKK, la
unpreceilootod in thounnall of i'arin Miuhlnsry.
in a brief t orio.l it has become llely kuowu
and FX I.I.Y TA lil.ISH t:lf u the
"I,EAI)IM1 TIIKKMIII.VU MACIIINK."
;RAIV KA1SKHH KKFI'KE to submit to
the wdritetul and ituperf eet work of other i hreeb
era, when posted on the rc( wperiurity of this
one, for eavirg grain, eaviiiK tiuie, and doicg iat,
thorough aud economical work.
THRESHERS FIND IT hfrMj advnntnireoufl to
run a tuiuhino thut hai no "Heater," 'Ticker,"
or " Aprou," that handles Dauio Oruin, Lone
Sirnw, Hemlinni, Flax, liinothy, Millott and all
such ditl'u'ult grain and need", with t.N'TlHK
KAftK AAOfclTDrni'tSthN. Cleans to
perpection; saves the farmer bis thresh bill ly
extra savin? of strain; mates no " Littering: ;"
requires I.KS TH A N ON K- H ALF the unual Lelts,
lioxep. Journals, and (Jean; erusior managed:
less rei'airfl ; one that grain raisers prefer to em
tiluv nm wnltlor.fvcu itt ml vitncetl irl-
cvu, while other machines ate " out of jobs."
Fonrsisee iimite with 6, H, 10 anl I'-l
IllrN44 " HOIIMll'll" I'lMVrM, nlttOA N-
lor Ml AX I'OHHt, ami lu uitucb
other llurN ruacrs,
If interested in gmib raising, or th'eahinir,
write for Illustrated Circulars fru) with full
( articular of sites, styles, prices, terms, etc.
M 1IOI.S. NHI VtItl A CO.,
Kattle Crtikt Michimw
ivirJi-WPOW-lwAiltwSw
HARDWARE
A. GREDIG-,
KN'OXVILLE, TENNESSEE,
WI1ULI81L1 AND RKT1IL DKALKS 1M
General Hardware
AND
AgriculturaMmpIements.
AUINT FOR
BUFFALO SCALE CO.'S fc'CALES
EXCELSIOR 6EMI-6TEEI. PLOWS.
EXCELSIOR STEAM TLOWS,
&e, As, ii,
r
Wliolowale him! Mnimraoturln&r
DRUGGISTS..
Stock of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South
Dry (ioodH,
1875. SPRING
lilil
iri,' i.v -1it
We are uiiw receiving ami have
open
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF
f00 CASES PltTNTS.
I-OO CASES l'l KCE (iOODS.
ItOO CASES HLEACHED 1)0
M EST ICS.
00 HALES 1IROW.V DOMES
TICS. Oinuhams. Liorn?. Airniat, Drlnius, AVhito
Good. 'j'ifkinK (ifnnliurK.-, iirilb, khiriinKS
airiios ana uoiiod i'luiuD.
Also a complete line of
JIOOTS AIM) SHOES.
Men'a nd Hojn' K p llootf, Ilrosann and Tie.
Wouien'i anJ I'tiildrun'x i'ubblo tiraiu, Ki),
Cult aod LjKttriff lialuinralf.
2000 CASKS KII' HOOTS.
1000 CASKS Al.Y HOOTS.
looo casks Kir bko;as.
500 CASKS CUF HIIOG'tNS.
2000 (iASKS WOMKN'S HIIOKS.
.r0(l CASKS CIIII.HKK.VS S1IOKS.
500 KOLLS LKATII Kit.
HATS.
A ileD(lid assortment, land every Liiie c m
pleto in this UupnrtucDt.
1000 Casks JiIen's Hats.
1000 Cases Boys' Hats.
1000 Casks Ladiks & Missks Hats.
600 Casks Ciiii.ijkkn's Hats.
NOTIONS.
All the Novaltion in Notions and every line
puiplete in this dopurttnent.
EAST te..i:ssi:e
LAND AGENCY.
EtitaMlHhed 1!65.
CHARLESSEY1YE0UR,
Attorney at Law
Commissioner of Herds,
CO.YVE1TAXCER.
OrPlHS FOE BILE
Many Desirable Properties
1XO TICKS CBJB01 OF
All Unnlni'Hii PvrlnluiiiK lo Kenl i:ml.
"Maps and Abstracts of Title
FURNISHED.
IBPICUL iTTKNTlOK filVKM Til
billing aud Timber Lauds
ORGANIZATION OF COMPANIES AND
PLACINil OF COLONIES.
TUB EAST TENNESSEE LAND UEUlSTKh
IeRcriitive Priea Lint uf hundre ls "f proporties
with Map uf EuJt it'iiue.-cu ncnt un rocoit ut
Slum p.
UKKin tirst door eouta o: 1, atiuLal
Bank, Uii Uay Streot,
Knoxville, Tenn.
vil;tktw!m
LA'tE & E0DLEY,
John and Water Sts-, Cincinnati.
Manufacturers of tho Bitt Portable
SAW MILLS.
BollJ Iron Frms, Wrouirht Iron Head Blocks,
ITricttun Fueii. bend fur illustrated cutulouue.
TlluJiwaJiwU
mmmmmmmitt
is u mm; &mtmm
mvmmm
. r-1 nW
I
lni(rlMtM.
F0RMKRLY
lll?ll!i:itl.4l. Aniens
llnrtlivurp, &.'.
TRADE. 1875.
TBVNK, VAT.ISK3.
NATCH Kl.S. KASKETS.
I MUHELLAs A l'ARASOLS.
HARDWARE.
A complete assortment ofstup!e Hardware.
POCKKT CUTLEIIY.
rAIlLi: CUTLEUY
2000 Krgs .ails.
1000 Kegs Horse Shoes.
1000 Boxes liorsc Aails,
500 Boxes Axes.
5000 lleams Wrapping Paper
CLOCKS.
In a great variety of styles manufacture an
fini.-h.
The wliolu embrncin the moat com
plete stock of general
MERCHANDISE
Ever ofl'ered In the Southern country.
The advantage obtained by us, In
puroluiHing direct from
In Large quantities, enables us to
compete HUcceHsfully with the largest
houses in the United States.
mmmm
r1 -
CLOTHSWG
COWAN. rWCLUMC & CO.
Lamar House,
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
JOHN SCHERF,
pitopiurron.
My aim will bo tn keep in the future what Knox
Ville hiu )ulk cteued,
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
It bus the advantage over all other hotels In tho
city iu ri ti'ird tu loc itiun, being situated
IX Til K lll'SIXKSS CENTliE OF THE CITY.
Hood Beds, an excellent Table and attentiv
iiirviLiiu uwa t the iraveli-r.
Terms wil l be reiiMitmble and the Publie are
invittd to iri e tbe huuso, U"Uor the new m:inagea
uient.n trial. JullN tCU ERF
U.1I I.ll.l.iHO. CI. rk. iv'hwly
Chri'ition lor t::. T'ie i r mdst chnnce
liver " ll 'to 1 Kenl.. I'"e will uotil l(v
.ny niJ.Iri '. I -I 1' iid. 1 : beautiful Oil
hroM riz- '.'x;i, uioiinted. on re
o.i t ni i- ell 'or i l in an hour,
fry n t'hionio :iiri.cy, it is the bent
iniyti iie'o.-y imt. Kvervbo'lv lov,'
and Iiuai I'icturw. have work uud
iiiNtjt'' 1 inJ, men uinl w.iUien, boys
nl t'.r's. wbo'e nrspare time, daytime
r evt-fi nir, M home i r travel, in ir. In.
el. e M i, a letter. I houius by return
mail. 'I hi y tvil at fiu-nl.
wanted;
At-e"t for th.-iert lell
iiu Prise :ackaKO intha
u.irM. It oonljiir.il 1.
sheets I' l'e, li iiiveloycu. Pin, Peuh'Uler. Pen
cil, p.iteut ar l .Me.i.-ur.' packaue ol Pirluinery,
and a p'e.'u o! Jewelry. S i cle packa;j with elu
Kaut priiu, pout paid. 5 cunts.
tlflflRI 'e'l'n Inii'atrn Hola faieh, in the
Kr V I uiaikel. 'J bis ii I'D e Coin bilver
JXJsJ 1 ltuniift (.'a-, d Wa'ili : Kniriirh lulled
liolJ plaieiBunk S.o nd Ii.u'; Full Jeweled: Ek
patiFion Llalaleiei M kel .Mov. iiientf; beautifully
engraved Cares t und ii rqilal ill apjiearanoe to a
Uold Watch that cunts Iroui 5"' tu (liu It sells
and .rades reridily. fr Iroiu J told1. If you
wi.'b a watch for your own use. or to make uioney
on, try tins. Price 17 only. We will send this
wateb V. O. Is. suli.iect Ij exauiiuation, if yuu
send t2 with the order, the luiUuee ot il you ran
pay the Express Co. if the watch proves lafufao
tory.
AT"!' CAN make splendid pay aellinit our
t K a 1 j r i. We havo other uuveltiee
which are asttuplo as Flour. Sen 1 Btauip for our
llluHtrated catalogue, Address F. P. (iLUCK,
vUwl.ui New Bedlord. Mass.

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