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Jaiiiiai'v I. 1ST
SIi: IAl4 noticks.
W( , the undersiirn.il, l(ae :litcil an
i .;orin nii'o for ail work done in our
. and that all work niu-t be paid for
:-:i ilciivt nil, cither in rue-h or produce.
".) above t. take ffti t on anil after Jan--jot
. Ilse-i, .I.uon Hkm:y, Ai.ks. Fr.-4,
J I. . Wn.Ls.tx, .John Skxtox,M. V.Sev
i'l'i -nacj to a deern' of tlu- Chamcry
"iiit for IJIoMiit county. Trim., rendered
.1 tin1 December Tcnu, 1V'T2, I v. in sell to
1- highest bidder at the CouU IIu.-e di.o?
Maryville, on the
:M Day of Il)nnii, INT.'J,
i-. trai ls of land not adjoining, lut neat'
. acli other, situated ii tie' 12th rivil dis
t of lilou.nt c unty, Tc:ia., a ! jnii?ii;j the
D. (t. Wright. Thus. Sanderson and
i: rs tin- two trai ts containing acres,
a portion of the lands of 4okn Martin,
c'd: said lands will he sold as tin lands of
": l k 1 li J. Martin. Lunatic, for Iji-r sup
vt : th: purchas.r to pay on one-fourth
curchase m mey in hand and execute
:.f with good security, drawing interest
;n date for the reniaind -r, due in six,
ve and eighteen months, and a lien re-i-
d on said land for the purchase money,
iis January -Jd, 7?.
E. CoititAint, C. A M.
r.y virtue of an Execution issued from
t "r- Supreme Court of Tennessee, holden at
'Cnoxville, Tenners '. in the ease of .Tames
Pra'cr VS. Win. A.B. Vmsr-n, anil to rr.e di
reeted : o;i M m 1 iv thel'Mi day of Fcbnn
y. ls:l. at the Court House door in the
i .n of .Maryville, I will s II to the lughest
'udder for msh in liand, all tiie right, title,
' '.aim in: 1 inler. st ti.al the said .Tames Pra
tt r has in ai.l to a certain price, parcel or
Tiact of land, lying in the State of Tennes.
sf, County of Blount Civil District Xo. ."i
t" said Countv, on the Holston Kiver : ad
Joining the lands of S. V. X. Ioak, X- B.
Chapman, tmd perhaps others; containing
ViJ acre.- more or less; being the Same
tract on which the said James Prater now
lives: to satisfy a judgment which the said
Wm. A. Kobinsou lately, in the said Su
preme Court in said rause, recovered
against the said James Prater and Win. M.
i'.rit kell. This Dec. 2S, 187:2.
J. P. EDMoxDsox,SJiejiff of Blount County.
I offer special induccrments to families
wiiii want to purcha' EWIXO MA
CHINES. I am agent fo the "Howe
Sowing 3Iacliinos, a. oftvr them
irom!fG.t,0, each, up to the highest piice;
or, by paying $10 in advance, the hallance
in monthly Installments of $."5,00, I will
deliver a Machine anywhere in the county.
Hive me a trial.
Ast. for Illount Co.
The Horse Malady ami How to
Cure it. ,
When your lior?e first shows siicns of the
disease blanket well and put in a warm sta
ble. Give immediately a wann bran mash
with a large dose of Damon's Stock Pow
ders, to move the liowels and stimulate the
action of the kidney ; then rub the throat
and chest freely and vigorously with Dr.
Hart's Great llelief. This win'relieve the
swelling and soreness of the throat, 'and by
repeating this treatment a few times your
horse w ill le all riirht nirain.
Uy virtue of a Vendi Expo, issued from
the Circuit Court of Knox county and to
me directed, on Saturday the 20th of Jan
nary. l7o, at the Court House door in
Maryville, I will sell to the highest bidder,
for cash in hand, all the right, title claim
and undivided interest that S. II. J. II.
1 leury has in and to a certain tract of land
situated in Dist. Xo. (!, Blount county, on
the waters of Baker's creek, adjoining the
lands of Samuel Borax et als, and known
as the farm where the widow Narcissus
Henry now liyes, containing 500 acres more
r less. Each defendant's interest said to
be J . To satisfy a judgement rendered of
late in the Circuit Court of Knox eountv in
favor of Wm. S. Bell :vs S. H. & J. " II.
Henry et als. This Dec. 18th, 1872.
J. P. EitMoxDsox, Sh'ff for Blount Co.
a x n
j) n h s ji a ix i x i
1 am just in receipt of a choice selection
cf it'kmIs in the above named line, among
w hieh will be found the lattst fashions of
HATS. TRIMMINGS, etc.
r-jy The public are invited to call and
aminc for themselves. Business room
trG. A. Toole's store.
advertisement I (leo. A.
ilealer in Uruus anl Con-
A I'xivkiisai. Ai:i ici.K ok Faith. In
these days of religious contention it has
i cell thou 't imitossible to ili(iie:te mi lo t-r le
-f faith upon which all sects and classes
t; re united. i ueiv is one, iiowevcr, and
cry iiotal'Ie one too, viz.: a belief which
:- implicit and uiiivc!al in tli; j.aramount
i .lieaey of that mati'lde. Hoi seh Tox
! AMt lh.i itkkan r, Pi ax i.-.-i i x Bi units.
The constantly increasing patrons which it
' vr -ives has it is true, excited tlu pvtty ct.vy
i t ceita'ti splenetic advertisers of jtinch
1 t k puncceas, who hoj.e to make a market
! .; their own stagnant, watery wares, by
i' eryhig all sjiirituous nu-dicinal pn pani
ti o:is. But the public can stoma.-h n-uther
t t :'ir arguments for their io'ations, and
:e(lu-'i'tly reji'ct tlu-s'- very weak hr.ita
tl J'.s of the enemy as entirely too thin!
Till' 'HDl'sKKHKi'HIl" OF oi l!
'MIAI.TJI Tic-li vr is the n-reat d.j.ura
ti r or l.'.)J 1-. n in; (;g, n of th" svst"iri.
.. : t lie great houM-k"ep"r of our health at
ail the f,,:d corruptions which g(n
' : the blood a-vl rot out, as it were, " the
hmrrv 'i Mie,
are grteiuallv cxiielleil
v :n the sv-t' in. For this purpose Dr.
iV !( e's Cioliit :i edi-a Di.-eovery i.- pre-
.i::nentU the art'nd- needed. It cures eve-
v Kind of humor, tn.m the worst scrofula
! . tin- conion pit.ipie, biotch or eruption.
- -at rating uh ! kin )y e-al under its
i.'.igiity cuiatie inth-.ene . Virulent bloo 1
i .!-!, th.it lurk in the system, are by it
-'..'...-d of their terrors, and b a persjvrj
: anii soinewhtet protiat tt-d use of it, th"
i -t tainted systems may be conijiletJv
i .- 'ovatrd and built u-t anew.
Enlarged tlands, tumors and swellings
dwindle away and disappear under the in-!'-.-:m-'
of thU jfi-eat resolvent. It is. sold
I y all druggists.
Showers of rain fell Thursday.
The wiiul blew Lara yesterday af
ternoon. Count v Count v iut-ets next Mon
lay. Our lthicksniithji aio on the '-war
nath ;" read their notice elsewhere.
Several ronjinniiications crowded
out thi v.eek ; will apjiear next
Circuit Court met on Monday of
last week. But adjourned on Tuesday
until this week.
Sercral excitin.r' eases come up in
Court this weffk ; croating considera
ble vulgar curiosity.
The hordes of Mr. A. Kennedy, jr.,
and Dj-. Blankinship's horse, have
gt the epizooty.
The weather was very cold during
th? h;lidays, but yesterday was
a warm Spring-like day.
The b'iioys exhausted their stock of
fire-works Christmas Eve, conse
quently Christmas day was compara
There was less drunkeness. fighting
and noisy demonstrations this Christ
mas than any we have passed in this
"We have heard of hut few Terpsi
chorean parties in the town and
vicinity during the holidays. What lias
coma o'er the dreams of our youth ?
Two persons get mixed together
somehow in the dark one night last
week, and cut the Gordian Knots in
the seams of their coats.
.The Lhiptist Church of Maryville
have resolved to build a house of
worship, and have elected Rev. J. II.
Morton their agent to collect means
for said object.
The members of the M. E. Church
South obsei'ved "Watch Night New
Years Eve ; a New Year's Tree and
other appropriate exerciser were also
on the programme.
Gcorgrt. a liitie son of "Wm. Mc
Ginley, Esq., was severely cut on
the shoulder Monday, cither by one
of his playmat3s, or by accidently
falling on an axe.
"Santa Clans" made the hearts of
the little children glad Clmstmas
morn. A larger amount of holiday
goods were disposed off than at any
Fnirilar time s'fiec the war.
Large numbers of" our county
folks were in town last week : many
Cining in a foot, fearful to ride their
horses on account of toe epizooty.
But last Monday almost everybody
rode into town.
A pleasant and harmonious "Socia
ble" was given by Prof. "W. P. Hast
ings and lady, in the Normal School
room, Christmas Eve, which was pret
ty well attended; all present enjoyed
themselves amazingly well.
The place to buy your Drugs.
Paints, Oils, Window Giss, Toilet
Soap, Perfumery, Stationery, Confec
tioneries, fcc, is at Mr. G. A. Toole's
store. He has all tUe goods, which
he will sell at cheap cash prices. Go
and see for yourselves.
The Southern Presbyterian Sab
bath School Christmas Tree, in Pres
byterian Hall, was the grandest affair
of the season. Though not large, it
exhibited great taste and care in its
arrangement, and the presents were
of a pleasing and rich variety.
The weather last week was very
cold. Bain, sleet and snow fell
Christmas morn the ground being
covered with snow and sleet combin
ed, frozen kardrendering it a difiieult
feat for- eveii a tee&otaJler- to, keep ;i
his legs. The in t at-home-.
folks prudently remained tliore.
The Christmas Tree at the New
Providence Presbyterian Church,
Christmas Eve, was very beautiful.
The tree was tastefully gotten up,
the whole affair passing off
ploasantly and creditably. The
presents were distributed among
the scholars of the Union Sabbath
As the weather thawel a little af
ter Christmas day, . so did the legs
and tongues of several "jolly" fol
lows, who perambulated our streets
under a full press of canvass it may
not have been a can, but a bottle,
that they drank out of ; not much
difference, though, as somebody said
when they denominated our printing
ofiice "the wagon shop."
The Masonic-Dinner and celebra
tion of St. Johns day, on the 27th
tilt.., was not as well attended as it
would have been if the weather had
not been so disagreeable and the epi
zooty so prevalent many country
folks brjing prevented from attending
by these circumstances. It passed off
pleasantly however, and those pres
ent enjoy, d tneinseives well.
The colored Presbyterians gave
a Suppov Church Festival in the
Court House Christmas Eve night,
which was well attended and real
ized about thirty-five dollars. The
colored Methodist gave a Supper in
Capt. J. M. Greer's new store room,
in the Brick Block, last Tuesday
nignr jsew icars i-A-e wnicn was
a very successful affair. The pro
ce ds amounted iu about forh'-seven
A grand" sight was witnessed in
the heavens Thursday afternoon.
A Rainbow of the met ivid colors
and sublime appearance formed an
arch from east to west. The view of
t'lis beautiful bow was calculated to
impress the beholder with the power
and grandeur of God's works ; and
perhaps just such another magnifi
cent view will never be seen again
by the people of this generation,
i Citenit CJourt met arain Monday
last and adjourned on Tu: sday. The
following are. among the cases dis
posed of : The State vs. Jas. T.
Long, for "selling .whisky without
license," lined bV0. The defendent
gave same part'cs, a .quart, of whisky
for cleaning out-a fence row, and was
found guilty on that evidence. An
other, beauty of the present- Whisky
1 Law.1 State vs. Mayor and Alder-
J. ... . - .
men of .Maryville for nuisances bail
condition of bridge and streets 2
cases, 10 each. State vs. Jas George,
disorderly house ; fined ?'2- and im
prisonment 3 months. Russell Ste
vens, disturbing public meeting ;
fined 20. Mariah Prater, felony,
sentenced to the Penitentiary for 3
years. Alexander vs. Thompson, dis
missed. A. L. Matlock was quali
fied as attorney.
We learn that the congregation of
the Southern Presbyterian Church
at this place have prepared a request,
to the Presbytery of Knoxville
which meets in extr.v session at
Sweetwater, on the 14th inst. for
permission to settle the Rev. H. T.
Morton at this place as pastor of the
above mentioned Church. A call on
the Rev. H. T. Morton will accompa
ny the request.
The snow has been superceded by
the mud ; and if there is a muse in
the world base enough to grind out
verses about the "beautiful mud," we
hope his widowed mother-in law may
take up her residence with him for
ever, and his name be presented for
membersliip to the Female Universal
Suffrage Society. If Napoleon on
St. Elba could have got a glimpse
of a few .acres of our Tennessee
mud, he would have passed away his
time cheerfully instead of being dis
contented with his lot.
Rev. II. T. Morton, of Washington,
Mo., and of the Synod of Missouri,
was in town Christinas week. He
was unexpectedly called home on.
Friday the 27th ult., by a telegram
announcing the dangerous illness of
one of his children.
Dr. R. B. Rupe gave us a pleasant
call Tuesday. The Doctor is meeting
with wonderful success in the treat
ment of diseases of the eye. We in
vite the attention of our readers fco
his caxd iy to-day'K paper.
We reeeived a pleasant call on the
20th ult. from Capt. Frank Hyberger
and Mr. Wm. Do well, a former resi
dent of this place. Capt. Hyberger
was Governor Senter's Private Sec
retary, and is now Special Claim
Commissioner for this District.
Mr. Alexander McClain, a former
resident of this county, now a citizen
of Lincoln county, Middle Tennessee,
called on us last .week. He was here
oiv a visit, and was well pleased with
tin? cordial wt.lcau.e gi-v.u& him. by lis
old friends and acquaintance of' this
county. Mr. Andrew McClain, form-,
erly a citizen of thi place, now a
resident of Lincoln county, Middle
Tennessee, a brother of Mr. Alex.
McClain, is in this community, visit
ing his friends of aute bellum days.
Both of these gentlemen are looking
well, and are prospering finely i'
their new homes.
In this place, at, the residence of
the bride's father, Mr. Henrv Miller,
on the 24th. of Dec, 1S72. bv Rev.
G. W. K. Green, Mr. W. B. sIei-hens
and Miss Elizabeth S. Miller.
"They met, they loved, they tarried
Not, but straightway went and got married."
May their lives be prolonged to a
good old age, and joy and peace
abide with them forever. We ac
knowledge the reception of a bounti
ful supply of cake and other "good
At Maryville, on the 2d inst., by
Rev. S. Z. Sharp, Mr. J. P. Giffin
and Miss Nancy A. Ros?,. of Knox
On the same date, at. rhe residence
of the bride's mother, in this place,
by Rev. S. Z. Sharp, Mr. J- M. Borax
and Miss Belle Johnson.
In this county, on the 24th ult.. by
Rev. Jas. McNeal. Mr. Alex. McN.vbd
and Mis M. M. Hanna.
.E9 5 K IJ.
On Little Kiver, the 2oth day of
December, 1872, of consumption,
Maggie Bradley, aged about 11). years..
D-ai: Sir :
u I r l li :
half of the farmers and stock-raisers
of our county. One of th-j most
profitable branches of stock raising
is crippled, yea rendered almost a
nullity, on the account of dogs, big
and little, old and young, that haunt
every l ook and corner of o.u-r county.
Every man, whether he own? any
thing else or not, must own from 01:0
to ten dogs (on the pretext that the
"varmints" will '-take us), to the an
noyance of the neighbors.
anihilatiou of the sheep of
Now, Mr. Editor, is there no reme
dy ? is wool a staple we must have
shipped to us from distant parts ? or
will we raise sheep instead of dogs ?
There is not a man who was in
posssession of sheep last Fall, in this
neighborhood, but what can testify
to what the dogs have done f oi; tlvpm
dining the pri? winter.
Now I suggest that our Legisla
ture take the. matter in hand, and'
give the sheep nisers some relief :
we feed enough hungry dogs to feed
and clothe all the orphan children in
Will not our County Court give us
a stringent county law. taxing dogs ?
If a man keeps a good dog, he. will
not grumble at the tax-. I say tax
the dogs, and we will have fewer
dogs an 1 more sheep:, and as a
matter -of course-will be more pros-
l peroiis, ana have more money, ana
eat mutton at tiny time.
Blount Co., Tenm, Jan. 2d.. IS'73:
Ami their" Kycs AVere Opened.
DR. B. B. RUPE, a graduated
Physician, would respectfully inform
the public that he is now devoting
his time exclusively to the treatment
of Diseases of the Eyo.
Having had an experience of Four
Years in the business, and having
met with unparalelled success, he
does not fear competition. He treats
and cures all cases that can be cured,
and will not undertake incurable
eases like some Quacks do, to ob
tain money unjustly.
He would refer the reader to a few
noted cases he has cured in East
Miss Emily Phagen, Talbot Sta
tion. Jefferson Co., E. Tenn., was
blind eight years, but can now read.
Mrs. Caroline May, Ball Camp,
Knox Co., E. Tcnn , Avas blind five
years, but now can read small print.
H. M. Arnold, New Market. Jeffer
son Co., E. Tenn., was blind three
years, but now can read small print.
William Ousley, Sharp's Chapel,
Union Co., E. Tenn., was almost
blind three years, but now can read
James W. Turner, Maynardsville,
Union Co., E Tenn., was almost
blind of one eye six years, but now
lie can see well enough with it to read.
tJ" Hundreds of other cases might
be mentioned, but "works speak
louder than words."
lT He treats all Vases by the
Insurance, except a small fee for
medicine ranging from J?2 to $10.
R. B. RUPE. M. D.,
S. M. WELLS.
. A. L. YELLS.
HKI'ORTEn BY IT. T. VOX & C O.
eT-Col. J. B. Bingham, of the
Southern Newspaper Union, is a
candidate for Secretary f State.
Mr. Bingham favorably known
throughout the State and will have
a host of friends, to second him in
his aspirations. Ho has been of the
Lilteral Democratic school and will
therefore find Republicans looking
out of one eye at least favorably up
on his candidacy I.i .rcille Ctmu.
2?m mul ,ciA$w,
Senator Sumntr's health is reported to be
Kdward A. Pollard, editor and author,
died at Lynchburg. Vn. Dec. If.tli, l$7.
A sn.v storm of l; hou ik dumtiow.
visited Columbia, K. ('., last week.
Forty -live l;ri ! occurred in New York
Christinas week, causing a loss of l,.i.17,
(io,i. Cora, a ten year oldaughVr of Ilev. Isaac
I'niory, in Knox county, Term., died of
small pox last week.
P. T. P. unum's New York Museum and
T.'r.agi-rle was destroyed bv fire on Pre.
Tiie I. S. government sell;; i,0.io?(Vio
::i coin and buys sl,ouo,oo!i m b.aids each
eek in this month.
-Tli -r.' wit'' eleven larg tires iu N'-w
York on the 2 tth of December, 172, ng
gii'g uing a loss of one million f !ol!;iis.
There is a woma-i near Krin Station, iu
Knox county, L. Tenn., who is said to be
lt'i'i r:rj-s old. YVi.nder if shft uses snui."!!".'
A block of buildings ,m Ceiitre-st., New
York, were burned Dec. :Mth, 17; UIi
six women and a boy burned to death.
The President has signed the bill to re
duce the ollhvrs and c.x;ens"s of th.- Inter
nal lit venn? Uurcu'i, w hich passed both
Houses of Congivss rreeul'y.
Although there is only two or three cases
of varioloid in Knoxville, Tenn., the Mayor
recommends the cilizens to vaccinate, as
the diseas.- is prevalent in other cities.
Seven persons were drowned bv the stav
ing in of a boat by ice, at Kandolph, on the
Mississippi, Monday last. The ice gorge at
that ploi.e wa )') feet high.
-On d h;is4m,is.day aa- ice g.irg- 1.1 feet
high, 1 mile wide and ;5 miles long formed
in the Mississippi alxtve Memphis, and
swept down, destroying steamlna's and
everything else in its path.
A passenger ta.in ran of? a trestle 20 feet
high, over tloose (t'wck, near Prospect Sta
tion, Pa.,, on the ihilh of Dec, 172, the
cars taking llif and burning several pereons
to de ath. TWcnty-t wo persons were killed
and sixteen, injured.
-An avalanche '.o;l feet wide and P2 deep
o( eurrcil at Little Cottonwood, near Central
City, 1'tah, on Iheif.th of DeccmlxT last..
IHlght or ten teams and eleven men were
carried 1,-10i feet down th" ineuntHin ; : of
the men were rescued alive, the (itliers were
On Christinas evening,, at Williameport,
Pa., the lloor of a linptist Sabbath Sc1i.mi1
room gave way and precipitated about "nil
pervnis, men, women and children, to the
ground floor. Th- lamp-; ignited th- build
ing, and but for the prompt aid of those
outside, nil would have perished ; as it was,
1.1 were killed and .10 wounded. Among
the latter were Mr. and Mrs Kin.-lo,', for
merly of Kno.xviile, Tvim.
The weather was cxtr mcly cold all over
this country during Christina's week. Snow
storms prevailed throughout the Northern
and New Englan I Slates, causing a su;pen
s'am of travel ami business in s.unc locali
ties, and loss of life. Disasters at va and
on land reported in great Lumbers. Dozens
of people have been f.'ozeu to death in large
cities, and untold privation and suffering
occunvd among th- poor. The mercury was
derce-i biluw. zero at Milwaukie, Wis.,
Chrjtmas day: Tihe Mssissippi, and other
large streams, have beinfi. zen over and
blocked with iit.- A large number of boats
have been d istroyed and man lives lost.
Atlanta, Dec. 'JS, 1S72.
Corn Wh'.te per bushel
l orn i ellow ter bu
Wheat Tenn 'White per bu
Wheat H.hI per bu
. 1 ;t'a2 do
1 7al SO
Oats per bu a-1.1
Flour Fancy r sack l8 lbs . . . t .mat 7.1
Family per sack $S 7.1a4 (
Extra per sack s-2 7.1a:J 00
Superfine per sack 2 7.1a: 0
Flour in ltbls same proportions as sacks.
Bacon shoulders per lb .1:u1J
bans per lb '.lain
clear sides iter lb 4a4 J
Hay Tenn per 10K lbs 1 4al .1
Meal per bu
Lard in bb'.s per lb
in cans per lb .
Butter per lb
Eggs per do.
( nions per bbl
Feathers per lo New .
Dry Hides per lb . . . .
Irih Potatoes per bbl
. . . 2.1a :io
. . r,.1a:l7 1
o .10al no
2 .lOa-l 00
Conp.KCTEn nv Walker & Fatlkner.
Bacon hog round lb
Lard e lb : K
Wheat "p bu 1 .10 1 60
Flour p sack $1 00( t .10
Corn "jj bu .10
Butter f lb
Eggs dozen . . .
Cheese hi nie-made
Chickens each . . .
Feathers f' lb
Hide Dry V HS . .
Honey "p lb. . . ,
Ikfs-wux p lb
(Sin sang dry
Cotton V lb
Linen and Cotton Bags "p
Oats "p bu
Dried Apples "p lb
Dried Peaches p lb
Dried Blackberries p fb
J Manufacturer of TIN, COPPEli and
s 1 1 1 : et i uo n v.' a i : 1 :,
NEW PROVmiSNC'E XOItMAL
31 a ry vill", To n ncssoe,
Is unpolitical and uuscetarian. Numlier
of pupils over one hundred and fifty. Pre
pares young ladies and genlleiiu n for Teach
ing, for College, for Business, or for the
ordinary duties of life. Instruction given
in vocal and instrumental music. Tuitioa
from $7.50 to $1U0 per session of fivv
months. S. Z. SHARP, Principal.
, il. WELLS & C
MAjNTU FACT CJRBIS OUT1
boots fe shoes:
SAVElOTONEY I ! 2
Maryville, Ten n-cssc c.
Keep constantly on nan 1, and makes to order, every variety of Furnit ue
from tl-apest to the tinest and most elegant s.Vles, Ju h as' F,,,,1,t""
U C oflins made to order, and kept constantly on hand rr y
for AT "s 1?imL A,I,T'k to ,e as represet' 4t
forjj Jnaud Factory, tirt door north of C. Rafter's Tin Shop.
F r i e n d s v i Me M a r b I eTW or "k s.
Plain and Ornamental Marble ami Stone Cutting executed on short notice
( ha ves moderate. Monuments, Tomb-Stones, Marble Mantles, Bun a ,1 , ,'i
Table-lops, Ac., manufactured to order. " 'U1 '
AND ALSO 'KEPT OX HAND, at prices to suit the times. The pub
lic are requested to call and examine our work. 1
BAINBRIIX1K & IIACKXEV, Proprietors, Fi iendsviUe, TtLr.
U. A. CAKrEVrKK.
M. L." BitKP.
G. F. M'NNER.
Tliri'o linrt incuts.
Common and Higher English course.
2. Classical Preparatory course.
Six Teachers and more than one hundred
students. Vocal and intrumental music
taught. Tuition teu dollars per session of
From the Maryville Monitor.
During my recent stay in Tennessee,
m company v jth Ijirdiov A arner, it
was my privilap to visit a mimlier
ftl schools- for colored children ; and
while I.saiv.- much in all of them
wnicn was praiseworthy, I wish to
mak:. purtL-ukr mention of the Nor
mal cunl Day School at Alaryv.lle
taught by W. P. Hustings and' wife
I lie order and ciean i.uess of the
room was very commendable. Xo
spit on the Hoor. neither nut-hulls,
apple-parins, nor litter of any kind.
I heard three recitations in Keadin;.
and for correct emphasis, natural
ness, observing punctuation and
oud order. I have rarely seen, equal
ed in Northern Schools.
"We also visited Almira II. Stearns'
f ok red chool, nurnberino; about 50
pupils. Found the St-huol in good
condition, and the children gave evi
dence of Christian care and discipline.
ClIAS. . S. Ht'EBAJ'.D.
12th. mo., 14th. 1872.
LOOK HERB I
"Wo call tt attention of the citizens of
Blount and adjoining counties to our new
arrangements foe LMT2-o, -whereby we are
enabled t furnish,, on hort notice, &i our
T & UU KEY
All kind" of Leather such as Harness, Kip,
Sole and I'pper. 'We also manufacture and
have for sale, by wholesale or retail, made
of the very best material, B.Kits and Shoes,
Saddles, Harness and Bridles, of every de
se.rition. Hides t aken in eveeange for all
work in our line. Miski:s, Bkickki i. & Co.,
Miser's Stat.i i, !' i it i c unty, Tennrssee
Ir. lJalcUtVcs ;rcat Kenicd.
G O L D E N "SV O N D E R S.
A Certain Cure for
CHOLEILV MOUIU'S, FLUX, DIAB-
KIIKA, 1H IJNS, SPItAIXS,
find all kinds n f Pains.
Yvacv 50 cts.
Ii. C. KENNEDY & CO.
Proprietors, Ittsbi-rcjh, Pa.
Fwir Safe at A. P. ThomDson s
Drni? Store, Alaryville, Tenn., and by
ti. li.vii.Ev, near Brick Alill.
V. lii nilKK. S liURliKR.
V. HuiifiER & Son.,
Cum missio n .Merchants.
XO. ESO 1V .ST.,
ONS fJ NilENTS
Solicited, on which liberal cash ad vane;
ill Vie ma le.
ISailcy V Sainnioiis,
Keep constan'ly on hand a largo stock of
cloths, t'AssiMi;i;i;s, vi-s tix;s,
Which they will make into suits on short
notice. 15-j?" l:ia!i;y of ( Joods and lit of
Garments guaranteed, rj
Carpenter, Ross & Co.,
Having removed from our old stand in Brown's Block, to Xo. 1S4 Cav
sttrect, op,os.te h. J. Sanford & Co's new building, we invite the attention oV
-Mi ichants to our new and carefully selected stock of
J'hitn ami !ttwy Groceries.
t ZSV ?.EW' XTn" bl'' " ro( vnly l"vlascd durinsr a p, rsoiml visit
to La ti.no.e. By careful comparison of prices, wchavc U-en able to secure
g.HH Ibarsa.ns.n every cae. In prices wc compete with any, as to the qualitv
four Goods c ask merchants to judge for tla-mselves, feelin- conndenl thai
there can be but one opinion. AV-.- warrant our Goods as represented.
We arc also Wholesale Agents for the sale Of
RENOIR'S COTTON YARNS.
WEED FAMILY FAVORITE SEWIE MACHINE
WHY I USE TIIE WEDD :
Because it never wearies me. Because it
never vex.;s me. Because; it never need-,
adjusting. Because it never soils my work
or clothing. Because its stiches are al
ways alike on both sides. B.'cause it
machinery is so simple and easily under
strod. B.'cause haying ised most kind
I am fully convinced that it can bti used
willi greater satisfaction on all classes of
work, and costing less for repairs, thar.
Refer to Mrs. Dr. John Catef,
Mrs.Mary Wallace, Mrs. Joseph
Frye, and Mrs. John D. Alexander,
of the Conntv of Blount, who use
the "W" E idDXD.
S. P. Angel l, General A?ent,
GRIN NELL & MORRIS
Have :0,OO Fruit Tiers, grown in their Nursery, in Wt Mary
ville Blountv county, Tennessee, including the choicest varieties- of Apple.
Pea. h, Pear," Cherry and Plum Trees Grape Vines in variety, and other smaV.
fruit Buv of no parties who ship their stock ! It cwv.not U- cipial to ih.it s
li eted fn-sl'i from our Xurs'-ry. ur stock is go.nl and warranted tru- to nam .
We shiM t ike 'reat pleasure in aeeonunodatin our -ust :n.rs .Wo can .vl.
tiie same qualifies ot stock lower than parties who ship the;r tiei-s. e h i
ovei-V.it varieties especially adapted to this climate, lf Please call and leae
vouronl. rs, and oblige (Srinneli & M in is, of the Maryville Nursery.
ii;)L(Jii & ciii iicii.
IiMinval to Their Now Quarters
in tli Virginia ami
We are now settled in our quarters at the
Ea.t Tenn? ss "e and Virginia Iepo, and
have a full and coniplet stock of Imple
ments, Seeds, Mill Machinery, Ac., em
bracing, in addition to our own fr-tock, the
entire stock of Hiram H..;t, wbi h we
have jturchasd. The combined stock,
makes ours the largest in t! e :4.:et". Wc
are prepared to furnish the luirnieis and
Merchants w ith wares in cur line at extreme
ly low prices.
We invite all to csil and look over our
stock. Wc have connected with our buVi
nevs, stor:ige ;.!. commission : having our
warehouse along si,!- He- railroad track,
we hav.- superior facilities for handling
erain, produce, dried lruit, Ac.
Maj.. W. P. Elliott is with us, n id in
chi-rge of our Grain Department, which is
a safe guarantee that this branch of our
btiness will be ably cared for.
IIovuii & Curia it.
5)r. .iTobu E:i:i?sKinsIii!.
iPraU'.c'mg Phvsi. ian and Surgeon, Mary
I"-SatHTl". StmvaiK Attorney at
Jl.aw, Maryil'e, Tenn., will practice in the
Cire.uit and ( "nancery Courts of Blount, Se.
i'vi. r and a Ijoinnig couniies. oci e-..
Whatever ju-omotes our love to
Goil, will disjtose us to an increasing
love for our fellow creatures.
2r. .3. V. 2ati:sum, isivjw
perinan-'Utlv located at M uyviile, Tenn.
and w ill pV.u-tic . luedichi- in it.s vai iou
branc hes: al-.. Dentistry. All Denial work
insured. To accommodate ladi.-s, work
will be done at their residences, when -de-sir.il.
.i xoiilj: c ii. in ty
IN Allt oF TI?K
Many have been victorious in great
temptations, and overcome, by .little
I XlI.isWXT. Surgical.
chanic.d Bnd OueraUve I ). -nt 1st. Mirv-
, E is. Tt au'.ssce.
State O r pli a n A s y 1 u j.:
Tu br fh'tiiri in' I'irt,irt j
Tkke.-r;-f. Much or -d fr.r
H. k. t.- se:.i by Exjv.-.s C.( .!.,
it .lesi't .1.
! Jrai'J c;t-h pri."
! (Jrand ah p: -1
(-nuid cas: jiiie
1 (irand c.i -h pri-'
! a-h pri.e
1 cash iiii.e
2 i ash ie.j.; s ;.doo each, t
1 ca-h pii. -s .'.O'l'l eai h. ' '
J cash prizes d,noo each, 'J.o,..
F..r balance of Prizes send b
circular. This Legal Entcrpr':-
i endorsed by the highest anthoi -;:y
id the State and b-st Uf
busin. ss men. The limited nun..
Iter of tickets uu hand w ill be
furnished thse who npp'yj&r.;;.
All Prizes will be ).:ud in fell
A'-uts wan.ted. For full ii:lr-
ticulara addre J M. P.i (..-
j Ueu-.rJ M;ia:'S'T, .Om.L, ,vi