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jLlnovoillc -titflcchln cicilbtci ;mt) iLbionicIc : 'IcDacsDan, September 8, 1873
(Continued from Sccanrl I'arr.
after pnyliiK 'xlftiiix ciinlmclH (nay
$30,(KMi), we Imve ri'iniiliiinn Hsnets to
the amount (if five inmilred thnu-aiiil
dollars ($."0O,(HKi) to curry on our ork.
'J'lie result Is wliile lt ymr we nniler
tcMik a work to cost nmrly a million
(lollurg ($1,(K)0,000) Willi H1M-' Blliolllll-
itiX to one litiinlrnl find t wenty-elM
thuiinmd dollars (llW,0OI) ; this .war
we fl ml ourM-lvett supjlieil with live
hundred thousand dollars ($.5)0,llK)) to
accomplish a work to cost only seven
hundred nnd ten thousand dollars
Or In other words, while hist year
our means for constructing the road
amounted to but 8 per cent, on the es
timated cost, this year our means have
been so enlarged as to reach 70 percent,
of thejeost ; thus making our condi
tion nearly nine time better than it
was Inst year. Can any one now doubt
the final success of our road '.'
The proper way in my judgment to
carry It on Is, by a steady advance of
the construction in a continuous line
up the mountains as fur pb our means
would carry us, $4j0,M would carry
the road to l'lace's (Jap, where the
Henderson and l'olk counties meet,
and from thence to the Uutt Mountain
Gap Is but a short distance of tij miles,
and liere the costly construction ceases.
Whenever the road shall reach this
point, the current of travel and tratllc
will inevitably follow it, and the con
struction thence to the Svvutiiiiinoa
Kiver Juuction would follow without
In speaking this route, the language
of (Jov. Kobl. Y. Hay tie is as true to
day as when spoken, in l.s;i-7. He
(aid: "It cannot be doubted that
there is no route by which railroad
can be carried across the Blue, liidge
at a cost for construction anything like
equal to that of the route which passes
along the valley of the French 15rond
Kiver. After a laborious and patient
investigation, with all the lights of
thorough explorations and reports by
engineers, the unanimous conclusion
lias been reached that the route by the
valley of the Frtiich Broad Kiver was
superior to every other in the whole
extent of the mountain ranges di
viding the Atlantic from the Western
states." And In addressing the citizens
of Tennessee he said: "Nature, too,
lias clearly pointed out the true route
by the valley of the French Broad
Kiver, where, fur upwards of 11)0
miles, you encounter a rise of only H
feet to the mile to attain the summit
of the Blue Kidge, from
whence, by an easy de
scetit, you reach the eastern base
of the mountains, and from thence lind
a level country tbe whole way down
to Charleston. A rrmte which Is be
lieved to lie without a parallel in the
topography of the world. Whatever
may have been, hitherto, the impres
sion as to the character nnd condition
of East Tennessee, there Is within that
seemingly limited district of country,
unbosomed between the Alleghany
jind Cumberland mountains, more con
cealed sources of wealth agricultural,
mineral and manufacturing than is
to lie found within a similar extent in
nuy other portion of the United States.
AS OLD LETTKK.
Mr. Duncau also read an extract
from a letter written by Col. John
liaxter, now of this city, but then a
resident of Henderson county, N. C,
ou the subject of this road, dated Hen
dersonville, N. C, November 13th,
1 Slit, or twenty-one years ago, and ad
dressed to the editor of the Sjmrtan.
The extract is as follows :
"In MO it was a gigantic conception
of our countrymen and fathers, that
of harnessing in close commercial In
tercourse the cities of Charleston and
Cincinnail and all the immediate
country. It was an enterprise alike
worthy ot their energies and honora
ble to theireharaeters as men of sagac
ity and intelligence an enterprise the
consummation ot which was ardently
desired by every patriot. But it failed;
and what could not then be done by
one single organization, is now almost
completed by separate companies a
little ell'cirt worthy of those interested
the formation of one more company
the construction of l(ir miles more of
railroad on our part and we are in con
nection, not simply with Cincinnati,
the prime object of the men of M'i, but
with Chicago, n city farther oft' and
destined to outstrip in coin motcial im
portance the nourishing city of Cm
cinuati. Gradually have imvo im
portant points been approaching each
other with mutual anxiety, ami ought
not must not be much longer kept
asunder. A straight edge placed ou the
map from Charleston to Chicago, takes
in Columbia, t-parianburg, AslieviUe,
(Jreeneville (Tennessee) Cumlierlnnd
tiap, Lexington and Cincinnati. The
northwest has penetrated, by roads al
ready built, the very heart of Ken
tucky, and by another ell'ort of Amer
ican enterprise she is advancing to
wards me i'aiuc hock, uniting me
fciouth, with much of the work already
completed, to make one more effort for
the consummation of a union fraught
with peace, harmony and commerci-u
prosperity to both sections. Kirs, this
great object must not be abandoned.
1 he r rencu iiroail route lias advan
tages possessed by none others. If
Kunxville alone was the point to be
reached, this is as nem as the Blue
Kidge road, with 60 miles less road to
be built which can be done at one.,
third of the costs. But what Is Knox
ville in comparison with other points ;
especially when, by the same expendi
ture, those who winli to have commu
nication with Knozville, are accom
modated, and much else accomplished
men of larger views gratilied the
interest of a greater extent of country
President Wilson, thanked the gen
tleman for his remarks, and said that
he felt the truth of his remarks. There
was certainly a market in the Koutu
for all the grain and produce of this
country, but at present it lias to be
taken around so far, that it comes iu
competition with the western crops.
If good will would do Mr. Duncan and
his road any good lis certainly had it.
The meeting then stood adjourned
for the purpose of electing a new Board
of Directors, which resulted in the
election of the following
110AKD OF UIHECTOKS I
K. T.Wilson, Jos. Jaquea, C. M. Me
(ihee.B. D. Keyuolds, Jos. H. Earnest,
II. H. Richards, Dr. W. K. Sevier,
Thos. O. Barrett, Wm. C. Kyle, R. C.
Jackson, Jos. 11. Anderson, John Tal
bot t, M. K. Jesup, Adraln lseliu, W.
PIKECTOKS MEETING. , .
The Board of Directors met last
night, and the old olllcers were re
elected, and the list stands as follows:
OKKHT.KS K.UXTK.lt VOR TJ1K KSSI'IMI
It. T. Wil-mi. president.
Joseph Jaijiies, Vice Vre-idelit nild
( '. M Met thee. Vice President.
James U. Mitchell, Secretary ami
A .Tllnrliil In I lie A) ret fnr.
Makyvii.lk. Aug. SI), l!7."i.
To the Editor of the Chronicle :
In the case of Ayres, Dr. Blankiu
ship, this evening, made affidavit that
I. N. Vearout, one of the jurors, was
so unwell that he could Lot attend
court and that it 'would bo dangerous
for him to attempt unending the trial
until a verdict could be rendered,
when (he court ordered a juror with
drawn, and the balance discharged
from rendering their verdict. It is re
ported that the jury stood unanimously
for acquittal. This continues the case
until December and the defend -nit i-
ordered to be kept in Knoxtrillt j.ul.
The ease of John Murphey. cbaiged
with the nuiiOiM- of Lewis Lunstord,
was transferred to the Circuit
Court of Loudon county, the crime al
leged to have been committed being iu
that part of Blount now taken into
The court to-dav passed rapidly
through the docket, the parlies and at
torneys expectil'ir Hie day to he spent
in argument of the A vies case, but few-
cases were ready for trial, and the
court enforcing the rule, to "try or
continue," but few ca-es were tried.
We understand from privatesourees,
that the counsel for the defense in the
Avres case protested vehemently
against the discharge of the jury at
the time it wasdischarged, and insisted
that they should be kept together
longer, in order that a verdict might
be brought in. It is a matter of regret
to all good citizens, that the case could
not have been disposed of. I lie num
ber of wituesses Is very large, ami it is
a great inconvenience for them to at
tend, besides the expense to the Mate
The Nrtionlt nl Powell' nnd lleln
From the County Superintendent
we gather a few items regarding some
of the schools of the Sixth and Eighth
Districts which were visited by him
The Peabody School at Powell's
Station lias reached an enrollment of
111) pupils and a daily attendance of
about 105. The number is constantly
increasing. Matiy of the young men
who are out teaching will be back dur
ing the winter. The Principal, W. H.
Perkins hold a " high school "certifi
cate without examination. Prof. Per
kins wears well as a teacher. Mr. H
M. Cooper, the assistant, has a certifi
cate averaging nine. Mr. Cooper has
been verv successful as a primary
teacher. The place of the second as
sistant has not yet been tilled. The
people of Powell's Station have done
well iu builiJing a large and common i
ous house auii turnishing it, but they
need to expend just a lew more dollars
in painting their house.
The people of Helskell's Station are
also lavmg the louiulaliou lor a l ea
body school. Their school is taught
by Mr. S. P. Fowler, as principal, and
Miss Mary C. Aldred, assistant. Mr.
Fowler's certificate averages seven and
live-eights. He was a former student
of the Powell's Station school and
East Tennessee I'niversity, and for his
limited experience has proved a most
successful teacher. Miss Aldred's cer
tificate averages seven and three
eights. She is a young teacher witli a
good mind, and if properly trained
will do well. The Directors of this
District the Sixth have wisely con
cluded to consolidate their schools as
much as possible. Last year they bad
seven schools, which from the number
were necessarily short. Thisyear they
have reduced the number to four, with
a corresponding increase of strength
at each' The central school at Heis
kell's, already numbers au attendance
of about eig'hty. A large well fur
nished house is much needed here.
This want the Directors are bending
their energies to supply. They also
propose to put up a model house iu the
Jett sub-division. The Directors of
this district are beginuiug to mean bus
ness. Their motto for the future is,
" (iood school houses and good teach
ers, or none." W. D. Bittie is clerk of
the board, and his colleagues are Cal
vin Lewis and Jesse Lewis.
The Jennings school, in the Sixth,
is taught by W. 1. Johnson, who holds
an excellent certificate averaging
eight. The school opened August ".3d,
and has reached an enrollment of forty-one.
The building is new and well
contracted, but rather too small. The
Directors inteud putting in model
desks in a few days.
"DatMan Aint Crazy."
From the Vieksburg Herald.
The other evening a Vicksburg husband
wont heme under eseort of two stalwart citi
zens, and after he had been in the house a
lew minutes, tho cook was heard to remark
that his conduct was " redicklous."
Tho next day it leaked out that the man
was closely confined in hi apartment tu
A night or two afterward, it isn't nocos
piiry tu bo particular us to date or names,
tho cra.y man mado his escape, run down
thu Wk-tairs into tho back-yard, climbed
over the fence into a neighbor's back-yard,
hotly pursued by his wholo family, whose
cries aroused the neighborhood.
llo had on nothing but his night clothes,
his hair was unkempt, and hia mien was
wild und haggard.
L'p and down and all around tho neigh
boring yards, lanterns in hand, they chased
tho era;:y man, assisted by a full corns of
yelping curs, that wouldn't bo denied the
privilege of takirg part in the frolic.
"Don t you know mo, Charles?" said
his loving wife, a she bout ovor the eru.y
man after he was captured, "dou't you
know your own Matilda 1"
Vcs, I know you too wen, was nis ro-
'hn eoolt turnod awny with an air of
mingled disappointment and diKiit, re
"blial Dtit tuan ain't crazy."
FROM THE TENTH DISTRICT.
A .rw Kt-liool lloune Erected Celr.
Cami-hki.l's Station, Aug. 8.
Tu the Editors of the Chronicle :
This part of Knox county has hith
erto been rathir negligent about school
building-, and consequent ly have fail
ed to keep pace with the tunes iu this
respect. But tlie sn It of improvement
has, at U.-t, moved iu t Ids direction.
To-day we had the pletsiire of visiting
a newly erected school building, known
as the I'llion School House, near the
I'nion Cumberland Presbyterian
Church, in the Tenth District.
A considerable interest, was mani
fested by tbe pairons, which, of course,
is a fa voi able omen of a kimmI school. The
men and boys rallied there early this
morning to lemove the rubbish of the
old hou-c, and piepare for school. At
about 1 1 o'clock , A. M . , the good moth
ers and amiable daughters of the set
tlement came in Willi their baskets,
tatchels and buckets well filled wild
nidi a was gooil to eat, of which all
partook and were made in ivjoh-c. The
liU'e bovs and ;ii Is wen- I n ni-lied I'V
Mr. Kartell with miiip of tho finest
grapes we hu e ever seen before. And
it came to pass Hint after tln-v had
eaten and were all tilled, the lii'V. J.
ti. (inn delivtlHil the deuicutioual
orat mi on thesubject of " Education,"
which was followed by Mr. W. F.
Sterling. The directors having no me
in lv thi.4 time, for the purpose of in
specting mid receiving or rejecting tbe
woiK iroin the nanus of the architect,
the youngsters began their social en
joyments. We had some splendid
music hy Air. J. it. Miiltn.
The house was received by the direc
tors, and school will open on next
Monday, to he taught bv Mr. Sterling.
The house is not as yet furnished with
the necessary furniture, but we learn
that the directors are going to have it
completed. We hope the time is not
tar distant when every sub district
may he adorned with a well furnished
modern school house.
Mrs. Lincoln's Condition.
CjiK'Aoo, Aug. LN. Dr. A.J. Pat
terson, in charge of the asylum where
Mrs. Lincoln is confined, writes to the
Tribune dynying a recent statement
that he has given a certificate that she
should be discharged. He did say that
under certain circumstances it might
be safe for her to visit her sister at
Springfield, but she is at present more
perturbed in mind than when be made
the statement to her son, and he de
nies the story of her being locked up
She receives visitors, and has tin use
of a carriage and visits her frit lids iu
Bat a via.
It is a hard blow to tin; Indian cap
tives now in Florida, that they are not
allowed to nave their ilearlv beloved
wives with them. None but an In
dian knows how sharper than a set
pent's tooth it is, to be parted from his
squaw. She Is, to him, a pack mule,
hearing ills nurueus, atiu doing all the
work done, to support the family.
County Court Land Sab.
pURSt'ANT TO THE UECHEK l'lto
J. NOlNCKP nt tho Aujuft term of the
Cun(y Onurt -f K.ox cnunty, Tenne-soe, in the
euit ot .1 (I Kdmnrnlin nnd otherii, t-oniiilBinnnt,(
Hk-tiiiii-t Mary K Kilmundi-ori umi ethcrd. d-'l.-nJ-nnt.
1 will erereeit to -ell to the hirbo-t buliier.
nt the Lite rusi'leneo of John U K-lmon-jon, de
ceneii, 0a Saiurtlay, Sf pieinbrr 25, 1S73,
AT 12 O'CLOCK,
The three reveral tracts of LAND mentioned and
d;r-criled in tfie pleadingf, of which John 11
Kdmon is in ilioti soiy. ;d and ioH.acsfed. nad i.i re
particularly tttMcribui in the report ol tiieconr
mif"ifiiers appointed by tho Court to lay off and
subdivide the evcr.il tricti nnd i-latf ot the piime
cm be seen at the clli-je of tlio CuiiQty Court
baid lands are situate in the 31 civil district of
Knox county. S mile-i Js. K- of Knoxviili. and
the three tracts nro Mib-diviic l intj tracts con
27 Acres to 147 Acres Each,
And their cIoo proximity to Knoxvillr. and tho
superior tguality of the lan J 8, mako thciu very
vuluuble lur larming purposes.
TERMS OF SALE:
Kach of the three several tras willbafo'd
flrct, as sub-divided, and then tbo wholo tract
will be sold, and the pule tlint rtalizs the most
will be a lopted. Tea per rent ot tne purehuse
money will be required in b"d. and notes pay
able in twelve, eighteen and twenty tour moDths.
with lntoret at ttpcr ont frum dtte. note with
approve! personal security, and liens will be
rcta neion the p.inio until the ureliutie money
ii fully paid.
vm.'r-wU J. F. J. LKWIS. Clerk.
My aim will be to keep in the f iture what Knox
villo has loLtf ncoicJ,
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
Tt hn th adviintiiit" over nil other hotels in the
city in u-Kartl lolociticn, bt-uig tituuted
IN THE 1IUSIXKS3 CENTRE OF THE CITY.
I Goo.l Beds, an excellent Tahlo nnd attentiv
simiots nwiiit the iruveler.
Terms will be rensonnhle and the Publio are
invited to jtive the houije, under the new manage
went, a trial. JUlIN bt'UKKK-
W. It. Ln.i.Ann. Clerli. iyVhwIy
MILTON T. ADKINS,
Give ipoeial aMontion to the examination, per
feetinv and abstracting of Lnd XiUei iu Morgue
and aJjoiuiug oountieo.
(0LLK(TI0.S PROMPTLY MADE,
331 ur o IE
KNOXVILLE IRON CO.,
NAIL AND SPIKE
Flat, Oval and Half-Round
Manufactured from East Tennessee Ut-fined CoM
Elajt Charcoal Iron.
All size Common Fenre. Finish, Kloorintr. Cu.--mg.
Clinch, II irrol. Box unl Slating
in tide trout beet Chnrtvul Iron.
All Hand Picked and Warranted the
Best in the Market.
Pressed Boat Spike
3 to 7 inch Ion,
lkd, Coun'erfunk nnd Punched
Tram Railroad Track Iron,
Rolled Screen Iron.
Foundry and Machine
Ha itiK tcoit-atiizcj our hhojij und r the ehirge
Mr. A. R. DAVIS,
Who is a thorough praetiral Mechnnic und Con
structivo JblDtueer, with
A Large Stock of New Patterns
Kmbradrir several Patents nnd New Conibinu
tiurH( wo are preparei to furnish
Perfect Light & Strong
Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
All Kinds of Machinery Re
built and Repaired.
Threshers, Mowers and
Millwrights and iiertons wanting Machinery wil'
By giving ui a call before buying.
At reduced prices.
Ail lengths and tiici to order.
MINERS AND DEALERS
IN COAL CREEK
COAI A XII COKE.
Prices to Suit the Times.
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, .tmin.licc, Itilioun attnrka, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirit', SOUK STOMACH, Heart Horn, ic, &c.
Id a fnultlp ftimily medicine,
I ties not dinrrantc iue yt in.
I ouro to cure it taken rrgulnriy,
1 no tirHMie violent medicitie,
Ioentiot inlorfrre -itii lumnem.
In no intoxicating hevernir.
Contain! the simplest ami be?t remedies.
CAUTION ! I
Buy no roudcrs or Pr'r l sm.lio MVKU Ht 4.3 LA
Toil mil In our iif?ra t1 t rapper vitli Trlc Mark, Mamp
unit Mnaliii unhroUoii. !on oilier In pcmiliir,
I. II. Zi:il & C O., .Mac on. ;a.. and I'lil Ia1clpli9a.
THK SYMPTOMS of Liver Coni.la:ntnre un-eninc-M
and I'ain in the fide. Nunvtinie the
p un is in the houltier. ant tmnwtukn tor rheu
mntifm. The Ftomach is affected wnli I nun
letitr and Mckneu, bowels in (rencrnl rntvt,
x -met mien alternating with Ijik- '1 ho hwi is
trouhlfd with pain, and dull, Imavy Fensilion,
conidernhlo o uf memory, accompanied with
jminlul ocnatttinn Ot harino left vniir omtithii'K
wiiii-h ought to have hern done. Orten com
plaining ot weakn. tUhility, ai d low spirit.
S mutinies mtny of the atmve symptom attend
t lie di.OHfe, ami at other times very f w of them,
but the Liwr ie generally the organ mot invol-
M1AKI.Y Al.li OlHi; M:s oritrina'e from Imliofntinn ,md Torttitlttu of the Livrr. .mi rri
is a)wns nnxiouslv totight alter. If the Liver in Hntnlnteti in 'Is -tion, hal'h is lmot invaria
bly sec ii rfl i. Want of set ion in t hn Livir ciiam mfm he. tntii)ntinn. Jutnulit . f',iiit in thm
SlumUfern, Cmtph, Ch iifn, frittinrn, .s'.mr ttominh.
rofion nt trie Hrart, t h ftrefm n rtiritn. r the.
MMMOS' 1.1 VI It 1(14.1 I, TOK is the
niwoVj, effectually, nnd, being a simpl vrp-t4thie
It umybeuken. It is hnrmt in everyway;
tbe good and prra from all parts of the country
THK CLKKtiY " My wife, and s"lf have used
tuws." Kev. J. K. FkuiKr, I'eiry, lia.
failM to gue lull sjtsifacton." Ki.in Mkachau.
PRODUCE & COniSSION
Having rented the P"pot fnrmorly occupied by the East Tennenee and Virginia Kailmad Compnj
(.and more recently by Metra. Houg i k Co-), we are prepared to do a general
Commission, Produce and Storage Business.
ADVANCES MADE UPON
Corn, Whet, Oats, Bacon, Flour and other goods in Store
:VILL. KEEP A STOCK OK THE MOST APPROVED AND POPULAR
And can fui .ly fanner' and the tra'lo upon tho best terms as to rncef.
W'c are General Agents fur Ea.-t Tennessee fvr
Chicago Pitts' Improved Threshers and Powers, Invincible Vibrator
Threshers and Powers, Wood's Improved Mowers,
Sprague's Improved Mowers.
We nlso fell llio (ieiser Threshers, nnd Wheeler & Slelik Thre-lier., Exee!.-ior
Huiipers und JlmviTs, Cotf!' Loek Luver Jluy l!:ikes.
.Send fur Cii'culurs.
Field Seeds of Every Description
On hnnil in tho proper coaiJ.m. We iro-)Fe to aupi ly the firmer with nM that they ned inhee
iipi-;iniiint!. nnit to extcDl to iheiu every luei lily lor diiJiio.-itiK ol' the Product of tbe Fiirm TU Xltlfi
All Business Intrusted to Us shall have Prompt Attention.
ivUw HU. L. M'CLUWC & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE CO
O I" H N O X V I L X. K.
Cash Capiialy - - $lCO,ODO.
O V F I C E K S :
E. R.BEiP.DETT.Pres't. D. T. E0Y5I0N, Vice Pres't. JSO. M. BROOKS, Sec.Mria.
En. w. nnss,
W. II. TI KI.EY,
M. 1). SWA.W
K. It. lil'ARDEV.
W. J. JIKTTKKTOX,
I). T. li'iYNTUN,
W. A. IJKMJKKSON,
InTOrw nirninst Loss or DnmttKe by Fire on Buililinp". Merrhandije. Ilcurehnld Furniture.
Personul l'roi.crty Kinernliy. on us favorable terms tu other good and tom.nl Companies.
Patronize Home Institutions.
Office, in the rear of the Commercial Bank,
R. C. JACKSON,
EAST TENNESSEE NATIONAL BANK
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $500,000. CASII CAPITAL TA1D IN, 1180,000
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STYTE9,
1XD BCOCIfSi RB TO
PIRST NATIONAL SANK OF KNOXVILLF.
J.K A NDRRSOS, Bristol.
F. it. EAKNtiST. itbeatown,
H M. llAHTllN Mi.rro.town.
ROB'T LOVE, JohnjenClty.
f. W.TAVLcK, bB., HuiiellTiIle,
V. HKAZKLTON. Xew Market.
U'M HAlMMl Ilun.lrilvA U Kl 1. A. F A 1
J. K. HA1IT. Clivelaud'. f! AM. M;K IN N K Y. Knor.ville.
Mra.JULlA jAi:KtiO'.Kuoivi!le,W. W, W(m lKLiF. "
U. f . JACKoON.
Receive DniiosiU", Buy and Sells Kxchane. Foreign and domestic. Denlr in Oold. Silver, Ua
rent Bank holea, t'nited btatea. btalo. County and Cori orati. n lb nd anu Coupon, and will dc
4 Uenoral Collodion and baukinx Uuainex 'ouKhuut tho I nile l btatea.
R. M. McCMJNO. Pre. K. R. BEARDEN.V. V
llaara ol' Directors.
H. B. llKN'KUAR, J A M K8 K. COCK E.
. T. liOYMON. K ). W. KObt:.
K. K. BKAKDJIH.
Bmlf et Depwll. Dnj ad HIU
EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER.
Comptroller' Warrant t Uneorrent Bank BUI.
BASK OF TENSEKNEK MONEY
or Taie on hind. 30 J12in
Unit T'tte Vre the Mouth, lttiun Attnvk. Vp-
Itfuen, ami a hundred other symptoms, tor wnica
bent retiie ly that has ew rWrt tiinenrrred. It acu
compound, can di n injury in any quantities that
it has been u"! f r -IO yvnrw, tind hundred of
will vi uch for its being the pnrtnt ini bet.
the Regulator lor year?, and testify to its great Tir-
alt triul. nnd in no cflsa hu it
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7. v,. M.ri.rxT.
JS(J 1. UHUUKs.
J. W. LILLARD
N. BOOART. PhiUdelphU
K. S. PAYNE.Iinoxvillt.
S. II. BOYD. "
.1. W. LILLAP.).
Mr. JANG JAtfVES, "
N. 1 land ridtfe.
Aiarcn 4, K, yjbn
. V. M.-GUES. JOS. R.MITCHELL.
t-iML'EL McKlNNIT. Au't Ca.-hier.
People's Bank of Knoxville
STATE DEPOSITOR r,
Orrica: Oooe Bank Building, Oay 8uat
Will tranaaet a General Banking and Broker
age burineaa, receive Uepoait, iaua oert:noi
of Deposit, deal in Exchange, bur Uuld aav1
Hilver. llank Kota. Bouda and Stock.
We profer that Collector of Hereon ihould
eomein peraon or (end fundi b agent ilk
tead of Dy mail or axnreu.
vdawlSui JuS. K. 11ITCUELL. Caaklar