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Thursday, Nov. 11, 1889.
Local and other Matters.
To County Officers.
County oflicers will take not ire that we arc
prepared to rint nil kind of blanks. rhich as
deeds, orders of mile, and nil other blanks gen
erally used by county oSkcra. Wo hnvo a sup
ply of nice flat-cap paper, and can print nny
izc blank you may want. Ami remember that
wo will execute them as neat and as cheap as
you can get them any irhcro else. Patronize
your homo paper. .Send in your orders at once.
All over the South arc rapidly yielding to t!ie
mnttic power of that never failing rtorine 'foid. ,
known k prnnrjtoolc Co.'s I'.N'i: LIS!! I'K
MALli ItlTTKIiS. 'i'his peculiar niiiliiiiatiiiii
arouses the womo to a healthy action, end ut
once restores healtli, beauty and honvan -y to to
males who have been afflicted for j ens. It is
the only certain L'terine Itvclutnr. r-'ol I hy
all Drujiiiicts. J. 1 Dromo-de Co., Pro.i'rs,
We had a slight sprinkle nf Minw and sleet,
on Monday last. Tuesday was a dull, vet.
Deranged Kidneys t'sc Drom;;oolc & Co.'s
dui. (travel and Dropsy Use UroniL'Oole &
.'o.'m liiichu. Dronifroolc & Co.'s litichu is the
best and cheapest. Pains in the back, use l'rom
goolo & C'o.'n Hiichu.
(Miicf Justice Chase has recently delivered a
decision of considerable importance to Southern
people. He decides that a delit contracted dur
ing the war, to lie paid in Confederate notes,
rdiull be now paid according to the value of suid
notes in rvvubac!H at the date of the transac
Your back hurt ? I'so l)nin;:onle & Co.'s l?u
chu. l)loui;jeHlc k Co.'s line liu cures hud dreams.
For incontinence, use lrom:;oale & Co.s Hiuhi:.
tilcet or Uoiiori'liCri l)rouiooic X Co. 'a Mil dm.
Tlios. 0. Iloyd and J. C. Vaughn are making
preparations In .-iauu'iter , and will pay the
highest market ) l i e lor all that may l.e In ou;:!-.t
totiicni at tliis place. Their new ni 1 i are ar
riving and will be open for inspection about Sat
Drninoole & Co.V Peit-oal cures coughs, spit
ting of blood cured with Diomjroole & Co.'s Pec
toral. CoUMiinplive eolith, use ldompiolc & Co.'s
Pectoral. bi oniric & Co.'s Pectoral for lump
On Stindav Xov. 8th, at the residence of Mr.
K. Siwtell, by Kcv. W. V. Morrison, Mr. W. T.
Sri i.i.max, of Atlanta, (in., and Mi.-s Ci.aka
Ykaimit, nf this place.
The happy hrhle and groom left on the evening
train for Atlanta. May Heaven's most choice
blessings attend theiu as they Journey through
If you vsut a j.eod family Iv.-wiug Machine, p;o
to Hog art ": G.iius, and have them to order you
one of Wilson's.
The religious revival, of which wc made men
tion last week, continued up to last night, and,
notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather,
tho racetiiij was largely attended both night and
day. Up to Tuesday there were 2.) conversions,
and 11 accessions to the M. 11. Church, South,
llith Presbyterian and Baptists miuist ers, join
ed in the exercises. Those who have not joined
the M. K. Church will, no doubt, attach them
selves to ono or the other of the above denomina
tions. Such a revival has not been known in
this comtnuuity for a number of years.
Dromgoolc & Co.'s Liver Pills nre a sure shot.
For the Livei Drontgnole & Co.'s Liver Pills.
For ft clear skin Dromgoole & Co.'s Liver Pills.
The firm of Forkner, Johnson
& Co.. have removed their Stock
of Goods into the. Store Room, sec
ond door from their old stand,
where they will be pleased to meet
their old customers, with the as
surance that they will give then
as good bargains in dry Goods,
Groceries, Clothing, &c, as any
other firm in town. They will also
pay the highest market price for
produce of all kinds. They deal
largely in leaf tobacco, and per
sons wanting any quantity can be
supplied by calling on them in
their new Store lloom.
If you want to know were to get a Sewing Ma
chine that will answer every purpi-so in a fami
ly, go to Bjart & Gaines, they will give you all
the information desired, and they will show you
one of the Wilton Shuttle .Machines.
The President has set apart Thursday, the 18th
of November, ad a day of National Thanksgiving.
Let it be observed especially by the people of
Tennessee, as wc have much to be thankful for.
"Our State has been redeemed from the gruBp of
tuo destrkyer; our people arc freemen once
more; peace aud concord exists within nil our
borders, and the pestilence and famine have not
caused death and misery among our people."
Gov. Senter has issued his proclamation in ac
cordance with that of Prcsidout Grant's. Let
all observe the coming thanksgiving as a day of
general joy and fasting.
T r Vnnirtin returned from the Xorth
Villi. " ,,
last Friday. He purchased a largo Stock nt
Goods, which will arrive during me wcck. mu
will occupy the store house formerly occupied by
Forkner, Johnson it Co. Wo wish the new firm
alt the success possible, and hope they will not
forgot the importance of making their business
Tcnown through the columns of the Extkiu'kihk.
Unr friend F. W. Oerding, after an absence of
several weeks, on a tour South and West, return
ed on Monday morning last;
'Heading matter will bo found on orery page.
Horse Thiovc9 Caught.
Wo learn that Deputy Sheriff, Hawkins,
on Friday last, wliilo on lii.s way to arrest
a man, against whom lie had a warrant
for some violation of the law.', came upon
two men, wlio Lad in their possession two
horses, and a.1 soon as they discovered the
Deputy and his po.so, thiutiug they were
in search of thciu, sprang from the horses
anil tried to mate their escape, hut the
Deputy suf picinninjr them, on account of
their actions, as having stolen the, horses,
ordered his men to pursue them, and the
thieves were captured, taken to Madison
ville, and are now safely lodged in the
county jail. One tf them poos ly ih?
name of John Hull, uiul says he came from
Jeorgia, the name of the other our infor
mant docs not retueuiher. Vv'u hope they
will receive their just desert.-, hy swing
a term in the .Statu penitentiary. The
horses beloiiijed to n citizen of ihiscouutv.
If you think that the Wil.,i.u cjimtile Machine
will not give cntir sati.-f.ii tioa, a-k those who
have tried them, then go to liog.irt Si li.iir.es,
who are the Agent:, and they will order you ono
f in ouivuiMiii.irliw will j-icirii i:o:U"C t he ti.iii1-;.!
in the lrimo of our p per, an 1 in the future a i
dress, "Kxtkhpuis;:," Sweetwater, TeuiKss.-ce,
instead ot Forerunner.
It is said that the Wilson SI utile Fewin g M:i
chiin ,;ivog inure satisfaction than any otiher -Machine
in use. l'ogart & Gaines, Agents,
We have got a new bat, and we don't want any
body to be ashiic; us where we ,unt it, or limv ve
come by it we didn't steal it 1 I: is a goo 1 !nit
a nice h it an I a hat that will l:Ht. lli;ht an 1
Scri-.gis have n few more left of the sum. kind.
I'opc is well a,iiiaintod with the wants of the
people, an I Ci.peciiillv editors of newspapers.
All who want huts must call ipiick or they will
not l.e able to eet uae like ours, as they arc dis
appearing iroiii tin) Store es rapidily as fro! t dues
l etco e the nr. s of the miu.
A laig2 numl cr of the Wilson Shuttle Hewhi;.;
Mai bines have been sold by Legart & G..iuc.0, at
S'cu I your ..rlers to the K r;:i:i'ii:s:: oTice, if
you want work doae ne.it, ipiick, an 1 cheap.
Don't Loan It.
ro doubt a great many people will want to
borrow this, the lii',-t miinher of the "FnTiK
rnisi:,'' to see what kin t of iippe;;rancc it makes.
It is well printed and tilled with a gj-eat variety
of interesiiug reading nuitlcr, and if any one
asks you tor it, tell tneni to call at the oi'L-" and
suhseribo tor it, tl.cn they will not be at the
trouble of boi rotting.
te request our friends in the county to re
port to us everything of iniirc that may come
under their lmlico. We win. 1,1 like a IV tv u,,o 1
articles on A;; I iuilliire, Horticulture, Slock rai.
in.', and important i'olitkttl measures. lut, be
brief and to ti.e '.Int.
Tho following i.s the list of marriage li
eeuse issued by tho County Court Clerk
daring tho month of October.
James Samples and Mirah Kowan.
Thos. C. Delamy and Jlary A. Daimore.
Wm. T. Hicks and Knielioo Avens.
Curtis Vu tight and tfarah Lettorman.
Wiison Jones and I.ncrelia I'pton.
Ijcnjainin Drannor and llebccca Moses.
John X. Farmer and Margaret 1'!. Hunt.
Kohcrt J. Tatty and Elia A. Wilsjn.
William liiinseti and Sarah T. Trice.
Washington Carden and Mary Krwin.
Wm. T. Spillman and Clara K. Yearout.
James Snnillen and Susan Yarberry.
C. J. Hudson and Nannie A. Wright.
Wm. K. llardiu and Nancy A. Hampton.
J. C. Ditrriss and Margaret Howard.
Win. G. Cody and Mary A. L. Coll'man.
Jacob Shields and fc!arah A. Dunn.
It seems that cool weather has a deci
ded tendency to hurry up those who are
matrimonially inclined. Go it while you're
young, for when you get old you cau't.
For the Enterprise.
cr mux. itovini.
Air ".limit' JflMric"
Sweetwater vale is lovely
And all her breezes pure,
'Twas there that Fannie Laurie
Gave me the mittens sure.
Indeed she's very shy;
And for boiinie Fannie Laurie
I'm just about to die.
Her brow is like the lilly,
Her check is like the rose,
Her lip is like the cherry
As on the tree it giows.
l!ul then she is so shy;
And lor bonnio Fannie i.aario .
I'm just about to die.
Like a fawn upon the prune
Is her slcp upon the street,
Like the turtle gently cooing
Her voice is so.t and Htveit,
'I'tvnuld almost make you cry,
And tor bonny Fuunio Laurie
I'm just about to die.
Having been called upon through the press,
and solicited by many personal friends to be
come a candidate lor the office of Tax Collector,
of Monroe county, at the ensuing March election,
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for that
office. . " L. M. Pickei.,
Fork Creek, Oct. 28, wtf.
Wo are authorized to announce J. C. Penning
ton is a candidate for Sheriff of Monroe county,
at the ensuing election iu March next.
uov. 4 td
" J. W. ATKINS,
, , WITH
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
HATS, CAPS and STRAW GOODS.
272 W. BALTIMORE STREET.
. BALTIMORE, MD.
iVm.D. BARnKTT...: .'.'. Jesse D. IIiooIns.
November U. 12 mo. .
lietiiil I'l'ii-O! Current.
ORItr.l Ttli wklkly n?
IlIiiltT kV HCIIUG(3S. !
General Dealer in Merclniiuike, !
; B.u'ox well smoked, .ddes
" Hams cood
" fd:.11lldl:i "
" S;alt Poi k
" Lard iu cans
IV I t' Slaughtered -lal'i
1!; tt::u Choice uJ
1!::kswax i Hi 55
Ukavs V!iite i:' t.-i
I'uUn new in the car i' bush
" " uhetlcd f-f
t'l.nvm f i;f , ,.- iiuih
t'; h'i k Kctiui
L'im:i AlM'l.l S 2j His V bush til
" Peaches oil lbs V "unpealcd 07
ll.vv Haled and delivered
I'.ii.s dm l.'i
Ki:atii, ks Pi hue f
Fi.axsk, ll bushel 1 Oil,
ili'iis Gross V Hi
I .It Axs I'oumrv V vd 1 00
Oats I hush.'....' oil
I li as V bush TO ,
Haos I'Han enitoii 4
Salt ji 3 0-
" barrel, 7 bushel "
! f- t Vi:- .litail lo -i-.i)
; Tai.i.i w V II 10
WllLi t hue V bushiil I'l inie i 2!
Hed ' Prime 1 od
in i'iiAXi'!;r,Y rorui' at m aim-ox villi:,
lve, l'iiaiiin.:,::,ni mil l'ouglnss, vs. Lvnu'ii W.
Aver. Or'. Alt. Hill.
Chun;. lainants charge in their bill, which is
' sworn to, tli.it IMcn lart, Ltin n W. Aver,
U a iio.i-refi lent of the S'ate of IV :ine.-sei : It is
therefore oivlccd th.it piibli -atinii be made for
iiiLti .-tieci-h.-1 r i-.i-i,;,i in i..e c1 i v. I iei inic
niMiier, iioiift in.' sal 1 i; ui-rcsi hod ih-leadai.t to
a; pear ut iho ik-xI ten-' of the t.'h.iiici-ry t.'ourt,
1 1 i-e he! I at I'.-.' l'..-i.r; ll.iii.-e, i i .'u.i-lis'invi!!e,
on t':e fir. l Momhiy of l-eeadiei' ne::t, mil
liia' e d:'i'..':i -c to i o tiphiiiiaais' said I ii', or the
. i:ne t. id be taken for io.ilVsse.1, and tiio ci"s?
se; for hcariief c.t parte. ii. V, IIai.i:, e.4 it.
lXl.'lIANCi:i:V AT MADISti.VVIl!', TKN.Xi::'-
I ' M If.. It 1 ..n ... IV lt IT. .11 .... 1
1 I . ill. llilll, aoil UM1C1 iv:t,,l.cil II. ill, llll-l
ITaipearing from the return of tho ShcrKf of
Monroe county, 'iViui.. that defendants,. I.;;-i:ii.-i
(iic-.ni v and her hu.b:.nd, A. W. irevorv,
reshie in the State of Vivgiuin: It is therefore
ordere-l that pul.licati in be made for four sitc-cej.-ive
weeks in tiic Swcetwmer Forrvunner, n-i-ti
tying said non-ivs'eiont resioni!eutH to appear
at the i,e:: term of the Chuiieerv Court to I e
hell at tin' Court llou.-e ia Ma-li.-ont ille, mi the
I rirst Moaday of Heccmber next, and ina': d '-
iencc to com, piiuiiiits bill, or the same will be
taht-n for colli! --rei aii.l the e.iuse set for hearing
icx parte as to them. S. I. Ham:, r. & y..
IN ClIAN'tl.ItV AT MA IdSON ViLLE, TE.N-
Petition for Divorce.
Ilufus M. Wilt vs. Margnt .1. Vt'itt.
Cbiuipbiinaiit charges iu his bill, which is
' sworn to, that defendant Margaret J. Witt
is a lion-rcsidi nt of the .Slate ofTcuntsr.ee: It is
therefore ordered that uhlicatiim he made for
four successive weeks in the Sweetwater i'ore.
runner, notifying said non-resident defendant
to appcarat the next term of t lie Chancery Court
to be held at the court house in M adininville on
the Firet Mondry of December next, nud m-iko
defence to complainants bill, or the same will be
taken for comcsscd and the cau,-e set for hearing
And it is further ordered by the Clerk nnd
M istcr, that the complainant be allowed to take
the depositions of diehard Holland and .l.iiuc-s
Aikman debcuecsse on the 4th day of December,
lsiill, at the Law thilee of T. W. limge, in Alli
ens, Tennessee; au.l that publication thereof for
tour eon.-eculivc weeks, as above ordered, thall
l.e notice just and Bii'licicnt for the defendant to
attend and cross examine. S. P. Il.vl.K, c. x si.
T. V. lit lii'.i-:, .Sal. tor Complainant.
Monroe Sheriff Sales.
CY virtue of gn order of sale issued from the
Circuit Court of Monroe county, Tenn., and
to me directed, I will expose to public sale to
the highest bidder, for ci. h, at the Court House
door in the town of Madi.-on ille, on Monday,
the Gth day of December, Istiit, all the right, ti
tle and interest that A. L. Rogers has in and to
three handled and eighty acres of land, adjoin
ing the lands of Polly Mdlsaps, Lafayette John
son, James McSpaddcn and others, to satisfy
a Judgement that John A. lilakely obtained
.against the said A. L. ltodgcrs and William R.
Varherry, to satisfy debt and costs of suit.
uov4 4lpi$l J.J. Cuti'iMN, Slieriir.
P V virtue of an order of sale issued from the Cir
lJcuit court of Monroe county, Tenn., and to nie
directed, I will expose to public sale, to the high
est bidder, for ca; Ii, at the Court House door, iu
the town of Madisonvillc, on Monday the litli
day of Deeenibcr, lsd'.l, all the right, title and
interest Henry Cngle has in and to eighty acres
of land, in the l'ilh Citil District of Monroe
county, Tenn., adjoining the binds oi'John Haw
kins, Thomas Webb, mil others, to sutisty a
judgment that A. D. McLeniurt obtained against
Henry Cngle, to Miii.-ly debt and co,-ts of mit.
oct2Sw4tptS4. J.rliN J. Cuimx, Sheriff
1 V virtue of an order of sale, issued from the
) Circuit Court of Monroe county, Tenn., and
to mo directed, I will expose to public sale, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at tho Court lloiii-e
door, iu the town of Madisonvillc, on Monday,
the lith day of December, 18110, all the right, ti
tle, and interest that J. 11. Worthy has in and
to one hundred and twenty acres of hind, more
or less, adjoining the lands of Wm. lircakbill, on
the North, James. lircakbill, on the East and
the heirs of Abijah Fowler, jr., on the West, and
others, and that of Cicorgc Worthy, on the South,
to satisfy a judgment that Wm. Weaver obtained
for Joseph Chestnut, against James 11. Worthy,
A. Morrow, and C.eorge Worthy, to satisfy debt
and costs of suit. Juiix J. Citirrix, Sheriff.
I will sell, for cash, nt the Court House, in Mad
isoiiville, on Monday tho (ilh day of December,
ls'O'.l, nil tho right, title nnd interest that James
Atkins has in and to the House and Lot in the
Town of Sv, t-, '.water, where J. C. Vaughn lived
boforo the m i-. . Sold to satisfy an oruer of sale
in favov ot J . C. Vaiigh vs. James Atkins, issued
from the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Monroe
County, from September Term, 1800.
JOHN J. CU11T1N, Sh'lT.
- By Win. Ikuso.v, Dep'ty Sh'ff.
W. J. ITIEiiTOX & BfiO'S
T.IQUOll AND TOBACCO
C .raer Aiylnm and M.trket Streets,
k:'oxvii.le, t i: . x i: s s 1: v..
l',:c in St-.re a largo ..;k of Iin) cried
jL I q V o n Fi .
WIXKS A X 1) DUAXDICS.
Pure Old Kentucky
U o ! a e ii II y o .
ri'RK OLDCOUX WHISKEY
With Shuck On.
Pure Old Kentucky IjoiuIiou.
rum: kohinsox county
Mi' various o'licr Brnntls too nu
merous to mention. Wc buy our
Goods direct from Manufacturers,
and all wc ask is an examination
of our Stock.
We can and will sell to dealers
as lmv as any other Wholesale
j.iijnor House in the State.
a LAKci: li:;i: in-'
cigar:', f:v,,i f-i ,',') to C-.") ot) per P.x.
Mi.niifai tcre 1 Tobacco nt Manufacturers Prices.
K. 11. DUC'KEKS'
&nmQ,n s it q a r.
Liiia ly, V.'iii.d-.ey and din Cocktails.
Morning Star Litters.
We solicit pairoiirttro from all parts of the
Coi;,.,vy. W. J. JiKl'TEUTiiX li VlUK
net 7, hvi';) ly.
.1. II. Magill, 11. II. llaiubri.dit, (J. II. Denton.
M A G I L L ,
ITfK Cidl the attention of the citizens of P.oine
1 1 a il l M a. i ne c unities to our 1 ,i ;ve S:o, k of
b-"d ii" tv mi ii.iu I. a el i'"it ta.ii l,V an hing, eia
iaa. in ; t- ,-i'V iiriicle u.-uallv lbinid in a iir.-t
We take in exchange for goods every description
of lYo'luce, paying the highest market price for
all kinds that may be brought or shipped to ua.
We keep oil hand, at nil times,
t.-f every divcriptiiM nee.h'l by our Farmers
v. hicii we will , eU at M.uiuiaeturcrs I'riccs,
We are also prepared to furnish nil kinds ol
JL, J 31 15 i : It
Lower than can be bought elsewhere having
one oi the best
STEAM SAW MILLS
in the State, we can fill an order with quickness
We are also prepared to furnish
Head Stones, Monuments
and every othev kind of Marble Work greatly
below Knoxville prices, mil persons desiring
anything in that line would do well to compare
our prices with those of Kuoxviile before pur-chii-oug.
Pro -iuec taken iu payment, if de-ired full
Market price allowed.
M A GILL, 1IAMBKIGHT & Co.
Loudon, Ut. 2S tim.
Take One Notice
And Govern Yourselves Accord
IFIXD '.Ionian a hard lload to Travel" with
out '(ireenliaeks," therefore, on nud after
the 1st day of November, lSG'.l, 1 will adopt the
cash system for men I, Hour and everything I
have to sell, ns it is impo.-sible for me to buy
Wood an 1 Coal pay rents, tStc, without the mo
ney to do so. Ileing forced to this by necessity
1 hope mv customers will not think hunt of me
for refusing to do a thing out of my power.
Those who owe me know it, and to save being
called upon for the same, will please come up
and settle their accounts.
There has recently been a new Uniting Cloth
put iu place of the old one, and I chalcnge any
other Mills to beat the Hour, where the Wheat is
good. No pains will be spared to accommodate
the customers of the Sweetwater Mills. Those
who go to other Mills with their Wheat, and
bring their old, rotten wheat and corn for hog
feed to these Mills, which is very troublesome
to grind, and no pay to me, arc rcum-sicd to
continue to do so, us I know it is a great accom
modation to you to have the thing did iu that
manner, but I would like very much to grind
your wheat also, as I know I can make yon as
good tlour and as much of it us any other Mills
in the country. So don't give me thu worthless
stuff to grind and take your good grain somo
where else. II. L. I'liV.
Sweetwater, Tenn., Oct. 28 It.
T IIl'.Ri'.r.Y OFFKR ATIT.IV.VTK SA T.Tl THK
L New Building nnd Lot adjoining Mat. Car
ter's Stove Ware HousO, North l-.'ast aide of
Sweetwater, now occupied by the Sweetwater
Fi mirxxHi Office. The building is new hut
nut finished, is in a desirable location for busi
ness. Any person wishing to purchase, are ru
iiueirted to call on or address- the undersigned.
A few hundred dollars will complete it. 1 de
sire to sell tho same, on reasonable terms.
' J. M. PHILLIPS,
Oct. 21-2t. . Sweet-rater, Tenn.
Is now prepared to supply his
Trade with a General Variety ot
Fall nnd Winter
wx' Sry "
Deems it unnecessary to enumer
ate tho various Articles. Eut by
calling in Customers will find al
most ituvtliiii": tlu v may ask for,
and will sell at
For Cadi nr any good Country Produce. Solicits
the special attention of the
OLD LADIES' to his Superior
CoiTeo, Indigo and Soda,
And al.-o calls the attention of dealers and
toiisumcis to u very. Superior quality of
Which he will f ell either at Tietail or Wholesale,
lias also on hand one Car Laid of SALT.
Can and will sell cheaper for
PAY DOWN than any House
who buys and sells on time.
march 18 Iv.
; L A s s .
t '5,' yj'i'.'K yf ,j f
rm v.':.'vy '1'.'.
W. L. M.wmx,
J. n. P,iwi:i,t.,
MARTIN & POWELL,
Wholesale P r o d u c c Brokers,
Hiiistot., Tenn., and Atlanta, Oa.
Dealers in nil kinds of
O'li-.e in Atlanta, tit (denn & AVright's large
All Produce consigned to us is received free of
Consignments of liutter an-l V.fiz solicited, nil
wc hate lurM contracti to lill, at all times. The
hi;dift lnarhct r.-ite.s piiaranteed.
We will he aide to till orders this winter for
any amount of Hulk Meats.
Will keep Cotton Yarns and Cotton Cloths on
hand, for sale at Wholesale or Retail.
TALL and WINTER FASHIONS.
II ItS. M. A. IHNDKIt has just arrived from
ill Paris and London with the latect designs,
peivoinilly selected from the greatest novelties ;
alr-n, the nio-t elesraiit Triniinin;is to he secured
Laces, pliUions, Velvets, Piridal Veils, Flowers,
Pine Jewelry, and Trimmed Paper Patterns.
Pre. sand Cloak M.-ikin;-.
Exclusive iijreut for Mrs. Work'scelchrated st
tem foreullin la-lies' dresses, r-in-ii:es, hasipies,
iVc. N. W. corner of Eleventh and Chestnut St's.,
Philadelphia, Pa. sej.i'J.'l (1m
J. C. FLANDERS, Lessee.
THIS House has hern repainted nnd papered
The lieds are Oood. linsiuess men will
consult their own interests by hearing in mind
tliut this house is located
IX THE I'.UiSlXESfi CEXTHE,
which jives them advantages that no other house
alVnrds. Oinnihiisscs nt the Depot.
Tei ins lor Tennessee jxuests as liberal au liny
other house. Oct 11 tf.
11. M. Bcardcii,
LIQUOR D E A L E 11 ,
Commissi on Merchant,
2T Country Produce Ihiulit an-l Pold on Com
mission. jjy8 nct21 ly
1 J. W. MATHEWS & BRO.,
1 OoiMiiiisKion 3It'i--U;m(.s,
i V 0 il T V A L h K Y, G K 0 11 G I A'
Con.-ignmcnt of Produce and Provisions io
lieited. I . IlfKKllKSCKS PTKituxa Xkii., 1'ort Valley,
ij.i.,fcitii.TS Alt Utysiil.iirt, .Mouse Creek, 1011-
liCaK'.'C. , eepti.l olll.
40 SKCEET3 1'IUX-CLAKK & C0Xewar!,
Kew Jersov. octl-t 3ia
B2 f.liiB J
n i i i; t -
IVUOLESALr DEALERS IJI '
N O T I O 2Vv.he
Iltits, Shoes nud Jil
Groceries and Clotliins-
We are now in receipt of a full
and complete Stock of the above
named lines of Goods to which we
direct the attention of Cash Buy
ers. OUR STOCK
Is much larger and more complete
than ever before, and we will en
deavor to convince the most skep
tical that we can save to them
their Rail Road Fare, Hotel Bills,
and a trip North when making up
their Assortments for the Fall and
Wc respectfully solicit from our
old friends and customers a con
tinuance of past favors.
W. CRUTCIIFIELD & CO.
209 Market Street,
Sept. 9 3m.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE 1
TIIEl'XDEllSlfiXED having located perma
nently in Sweetwater, and opened a
Is prennrert to mate nil kinds of FlTUXITHK15
for Kitchen and Parlor, at short notice. Also,
Collins, eitlmr Wooden or
JVT E T A L I C CASES.
Chairs, Hedstcads, Tallies, Beiwronuf, Sofas,'
&e., of Knoxville Manuliictiire; at Knoxvlllo
prices, (freight added.) Would be pleased to
teo everybody, who wants iinything iu his line,
at his shop, .North end of istcam Mill, Depot
street, Sweetwater, Tenn.
niHrch2.- ly. J. E. CAEMACK.
Vance & Merri field,
No. 38, Market Square,
NOKTOLK, V A..,
Importers and Wholesale
Brandie's, Wine's, Gins, Rum's,
Wheat and Rectified Whiskey's.
Bottled Liquors of all Kinds,
Imported and American
BOTTLED ALE and PORTER.
jr5 Orders solicited and sat
uug 19 1WJ ly
MAT. CARTER, -
DEALER IN STOVES,
TIN and COPPER WARE,
XKI.PSCOX.STAXTLY OX HAXD a full stock
of the llest 'iuality of Cooking Stoves, -with
nil the latest Improvements, which ho offers for
sale at Knoxviile prices, or as ehenp nsthe same
article can be bought in nny market, lie keep!
constantly on hand, and makes to order, all
kinds of Tin, fMiret lion and Utuss Ware, -which
ho oilers to the public at Wholesale and Retail
as cheap as it uau be bought anywhere. Mer
chants w ill find it to their interest to call and
examine his stock'nf Tinware before purchasing
elscw here. A good supply of Lard Cuus always
on hnnd. .
Willi competent Worimcn, ho is prepared to
do all kinds op repairing quick and cheap. Cull
an I eiainine hi r-rck. tt7t