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jM.UWAil'.lt, Hlin.-q.AY, NV. I I, IMii.
LIVINO ON A FARM.
TIew rightly tlivnugh the mist ofy
Mv t i-MHiMry hoinn a pi " H j '.
My fither busy all theihiv'
In ploughing cm nr ntkiirr h iy ;
My mother, moving with dili.ti.t
.Vioon licr milk pin.i, silier bright ;
We. children, jun In-ill mIi'hI l Ikp,
Filling the gunk'ii with mir nice.
Tlic lilixxl ul life wus Mowing n:nu
Win 11 1 wan liiing mi a faun.
I he;ir the tnl church-gui:'-.: 1 ell,
A o'er the tit-1-ir it nm.-i: Ii il
ee tlii country in-ililtirs round,
hering 'ncalh the ph- isint .-mind
awhile l.-.i (i- the 'l""r,
ir Imiiile)- in.-itteit. ',
Vrn, tin' ripeonn: lt.uIi.
-.1 :i lllllo I.iin, '
will llll III. in. ,
weuthvr ti the Mint."
llll' gathering Of tllV iHlckllig-lifli,
Tu liriir the voices keeping turn",
(if uiils nu'l boys, bi -Hi' liii Hie uiiH.n,
Tu iti.it U the yoMeii torn cart- I'li-l I,
Mole golden in the yellow light !
i'i in v 1 liHe Unmed the yia-,6 of men.
J ulten tin ii to then- again,
An I iVil life wnic its highest charm
Win. ii I was living ou a hum.
Wo kuow of no Letter way to piesorv.;
(rilling!) through the winter than tLat
ivliich we liave recMmtiiesi'lcJ fur a hum
ler of years. It is to plant or sot them
up iu rnws as they prow tliat is with the
roots Jown lilt in with this foil pretty
freely, then inal;o a covering ly j-lanting
two posts where there is a fence to rest on,
cr four where there is not, allowing
tor a vtteli to carry tho tvator: lav
bnan-jioles opposite the way of tlio piteli
an J cover with corn, foil J?r or straw. W'c
luivo kept our calilago for more than a
dozen years this way in a perfect rtato
tLrousli winter and into the spv'uijx ami
could eveu up to the first of May, if tlci-ulle.
Victims to Scrofula
; Henrys' lostitutiou Renovator !!
Consutuptivoa can bo Saved
P,Y ITS TIMELY USE!!
l HI III
Cowan, McClung & Co.'s Column
FALL A H D WINTER TRADE.
When l'rofessor Aytoun was
proposals for marriage to his first
w ifo a
daughter of tho celebrated Professor Wil
son the lady reminded him that it would
lie necessary to ask tho approval of her
"Certuinly," said Aytonn: "but a3 I
ri in a little diffident in speaking to him on
this subject, you must just go aud tell him
my proposals yourself."
Tho lady proceeded to the library, and
taking her father affectionately by the
hand, mentioned that l'rofessor Aytoun
had asked her to become his wife, fcho
added: "Shall I accept Lis oiler, papa
He says he is too dillideut to name the
subject to you himself."
"Then," said old Christopher, "I had
better write my reply and pin it to your
lie did so, and the lady returned to the
drawing room. There tho anxious suitor
read the answer to his message, which was
in these words : "With the author's compliments."
I'd f. IIcurvK I'on.-.itntion r.c!inV:il'.r
I'.ui"! e'. riv.lv tiir Miiiliinv the bh
itf tsri ii it oi iu Mi.iliilniis l.iii.t. lining nt
mi. c l the 1'uuntaiu head oi ui.-c.iev it fi.:Ui-
Tumors, Consumption, Yuh,
Waste of Vitality, Salt Uheuin,
Skin Eruptions, Scrofula,
Mercurial mid Mesh Worms,
Ulcerated Throats anil Spinalis.
V.',. .,n kn.,w that Mi- i I'.iiiitciinUK vaceiiiatin
tin t u.is in lii!. i-.l in during the lute war, hud
il.e i..u.t i:iaiiii a.- .liM'.wvtf. TluMt.-.iii.U (f I be
hia-.t- t nu n of the South ha l their 1'iMi- t.l'l
l';l!t 1 uilli Serotulii, (imI t: e'ik (if worie liif
t i. e. ) hy the eriiel iiaoti. nn.l iin iij aeity of the
Arniv Sni-!'i'iiiis. ll'u lai-i iiu rali i.j taken fi'iri
Ike bmly ol a iicr. mi, "thi t -ivin' in hiHihI health, I
van'i nit inn h a wrM-ftiilu heiietit. I'-ut vai
eiiie iii.itti'1 Wa., I'll, en IVi. mi the una.i i.f nerm'i,
Svjhnlitie mill S'li luh ii while nteii, uihI .Ihu"I
in the hlinl nl pe,.lu lij Luew l.ol wliat fcicrv:'
uh v:e. 'J'his i:' a
N 0 T OllIOU S r A V T .
The life 1iI'h1 nf llie St.ulli in its eiiililren nrul
yiui;4 nn'i 'u tinis l.ui nr ! a..eil with wnfnl cele
rity, line of you nlm read this tail tletei'iiiine
whether we arc rijjlit i.r wruii'.'. A preat ihini r
iiliv i in created a peat reincly. Here i.- a lemc
ily where tuci ps is wtni'lerl'ul iiikI great,
Const i ttt i o it 1.1 e it c vitto l.
Cure, v. ilh Ir.. m one to llireo bfitlles, the wnivt
ca. c- that have ilt lie-l hitherto all utlier reme'lies.
1'nr ji!iiiiraii(:i;'laiiits (iftl.e leiaale ex, Whitin,
AH'ii-tiiins of t!ie r.hnhler ami Kiilnfysi, the Unin-vnti.rrtHii'!-imiivaleil.
Hear what the pci'ple
s:'V t-i lis ilaily :
;xt ii a (.: r s r uom l htt k rs:
"INktoh: I was vaccinatcil at Vickr'lmv in
the lliir-iitnl. 1 w."a never tu k hel'nrc, Imt'sinco
then 1 Mas lull of tores inili! Mr. Willanl, of lai
taw, Ala., Hent me a bottle of your remedy. All
i.f my sm es are well except a umall one tin the
call ot my leil lei', un.1 tluit is jri-lt i iijj well to
fa:t. 1 nei-l only one more linttie of your "I'on
"Veil ! ves '. I I'.i.tv well sny vnur medicine has
I'iven me n lii f. Fii'-lciM find 6 dollars for C
buttles. They are not nil I'jr me, but two fami
lies here v.ani to try it.''
A lady v. rite.-: "And my tkin, thank-to your
(.'imstitulHili Itcliovntor. is as fair us n babes'."
"No mure lllieiuiiati.-iii, rriifessor, your two
bottles of "Con-titutiou lieuovator" have knock
ed it dead us a mink."
We have room lor no more of thee extracts,
Hut all vuu liac to do is to ask your neiirhbov
uboiit our Henovator. Nino eases nut often he
knows of its wnndertiil curative powers. It lit
j re pared in vacuo iu the form of u beautiful synip
n nil is grcciliiy taKun ny men, women aim cnu-dren.
l'utii'nts, in ordering, will plen.-o state how
lima thev have been sick, whether male or fe-
male, and jrive a general account of their condi
tion. Directions iicccnipunyiiig every bottle, but
frequently jieople prefer to write to headquarters.
Owiu;: to a stringent law now in voirue in Kew
York I'ost lillicc, every letter uiiift have tho Hex
mentioned on it. Address ns follows:
iliOl'. di. Jv. 1IK.M11, A. ill., ill. i.
J5ix 5272, I'ost Olliee,
Constitution renovator is ?1 iier bottle, or six
bottles for .'.'i. Sent anywhere on receipt ol price.
cpt2:i, 1.SU9 ly.
r-'tv'f fill- 'V t
tttile and Fnutry
1) 11 Y GOODS,
KootH im Shoes,
f T A
u e e n s at a r e,
:' .' s.i-
DO i Y S WASHING MACHINE
Lr;.).Y Mt i u iMfi:ovt:i', axo tus
Universal Clothes Wringer,
Jmpr-vel i:-rlt'.i Pnknl bovUk Cfj
li hi-'..-, an 1 the i'uhnl ."'!-;, ftrc nuw umpus
tionably far mpcr'u to any apparatus for
vi '.shiii',' tUillies ever ilivef.ted , and will gave
t!:eir cost twice a year, by saving labor un l
Th ie wiio have u.-ed il.i i i givu testimony uJ
i. like ouv niacli'me riluch ; couM tod beper
.i. nlo lto do witii ml it, an 1 With the aid of
1'otv, wo feel that we are masters of the p').u
tie'.i. l'.ev. 1.. Srult, Jlishop M. K. Ohurrli. It
is wii.'lh one dollar a Week iu every family. X.
Y. Tribune. In the laundry of my buii.-e there
ivvo'.U'il t!;ati!i.-s:iii2"U -Mi'u days f it' the
iim-i'itina. Kev. Theodore L. I'tnler. livery
week h::s nivun it a stronger lud I u uu the at
IVctioUs of ilia inmates of the laundry. X. Y.
i;b. crver. 1 heartily commend it lo cconomi-tH
of time, money, and contentment. Kev. IT.
IVlloivs. Friend Dtt.v Your lant improvement
nf voiir Waliin 4 Mai -iiir.n is a emaplote BUceess.
1 a uie you our Machine, after a year's iiiic, is
thi.uul'.t more ot lo-iley man i-mt, ami hoiihi hoi
he parted with inkier any eir. unistaiices. Solon
l!i:hinson. Your W.i.iliin; Machine lias been
in daily u.-0 i.i our laundry, mid the Ioium -kecper't'Xi-ri'f.n-i
heratlf v.4 highly pleased with
it. It certainly uiTomplUhcs a greater amount
of work, with less labor, and does nut wear the
clothes near so iiuieh as the old fashioned wash
board. J!y usiiit! it, one laundress is dispensed
with. Vh'ii. M. t'. Mound, Superintendent of
Infant Deparl.uent el' Si. l.'alhe.vine's Xurscry,
X. V. City.
I'UICKS A I-'aii OiVfr.
Send the retail urice. Washer Sil, l'.xtra
Wringer id, and we will lorward either or both
machines, free uf fivi;;ii!, to places where no
una ii ..e'.liii';; and i! Mire are we they will be
liked, that wo a:;i ee ti) n fiind the money if any
oiio i. i i s to vt turn the machitus free of
freight a'.ter a mouth's trial, iiecorilius to direc
tions. Zo Imnli.tiiil, father or l.i..lhoi' should
pii-uiit tlio drudgery of wasliiu? with the hands,
lifty-two dais in the year, when ii fan be done
l etter, more expeditiously, with less lnbor, and
mi injury to the garments, by n Idity Clothes
Washer, aud a Universal minor. Canvassers
with exclusive r'vM of sale make money fast
Buliii'' them. Sold by dealers generally, to
whom liberal discounts are made.
C. 1SUOWN1XU, 11:;' i.. Aust, 32 Curtlandt
St., Xew York. anj;. 12 fun.
TO THE PEOPLE!
"UTE FEEL T II AT W E ARE PERMANENTLY
V ill Sweetwater, in the Merchandise nnj
Pi-.'-'nce Tra .le. W'c v i'.l hat a ut nil timis near
ly ail kinds of (jo. as that the cuuutry n.ay
r -piiie, and as tlie.io in any party can Sell
them ua 1 continue buoiucs. Any article not
in ueii il dcunin.l can he biipplivtl on short no
tice. V.' buy, i:n l ray us much U3 llie mar
ket will jiti.'y,
Uacon, Lanl, Corn, Eggs, Wheat.
Wheat, Butter, Feathers,
Dry Hides, Clean
Cottou J lags, Tallow, lTux
sceil, Dried Fruit, ifeal, Flour,
NOVEMBER, 26, 18G8.
Xin liell as low as the market will uffurd,
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Ladies'
and fjeiitloniuii's llat.s, Hoots mid .Shoes
Hardware, Quecusware, 8tonev.are, Cast
Spring nod Ulister Steel, Ilor.-o Shoes,
Hi. rso Nails, Cut Nails, Castings, Wagon
Boxes, Salt, Sugar and Coll'ee, Indigo and
Madder, Lem.'ir'.s Tlircad, Train and Liu-
beed Oil, Taints, &c, Slc.
IF l'OU IVAoT ANYTHING
CALL rOlt IT!
fall on us before you buy or sell. We will do
you no hallo.
moil r v sciuiC3,
Di 11. F. Scruggs,
Dealer in Pure Drugs aud Medicines
T AM .ll'ST IN'RECEIPTOF A LARGE AND
X cnrefullj selected Stock of
Embracing almost every valuable variety known
to tho Trade.
Ginger Brandy, Tlosadalis, Wine
of Tar, Bradficlds Regulator, Fe
vor and Agnn Specific.
DRAKE'S, ROBACK'S, HOOFLAND'S
AND IIOSTETER'S EITTERS.
The administration would not lie re
sponsible for the shameful and guilty con
duct of Gen. Luttcrficld but for tho fact
that his bad character was known to the
whole country at tho time of his appoint
ment to the important office which, through
undeserved leniency, he has been permit
ted to resign. And the administration
would not be responsible for tho wretched
failures and blunders of Gen. Sickles as
Minister to Spain but for a similar rea
xon. Sickles had, at the time of his ap
pointment, as bad a notoriety as any man
in the States. Tho administration has
been unscrupulous in its appointments;
and, in every crime and blunder of its of-lice-holders,
should read its own condemnation.
Dr. Mary Walkor has been lecturing in
St. Louis on ths necessity ot a law com
pelling men to marry before they reach
the age of forty. Tho "Doctor" is a
"grass widow," but she still has "an eye
to the mam chance."
Speaking of the Grant-Bonner correS'
pondence, the Cleveland (Ohio) Herald
says "the first thought that will strike ov
cry one in ihe land, is, that tho President
was used by Bouuer for the purpose of in
creasing the circulation . Dt the licuger."
Th,e President was certainly niado a tool
of, and if it were not such an unconsciom
ablv dull one ho outrht to use it to cut
General Thomas says that Alaska is
worthless except as a means of loosing tho
hold of Great Britain on British LolumDia
It has served admirably,- also, as a means
of loosing tho hold of this Government on
a very'large sum ot the public money.
Bonner rigs Dexter out in silver plated
shoes. It is to be feared that Bonner turn
self will have to go barefooted before he
is done. with it.
It is reported that the postmaster Gen
oral will recommend the abolition of tho
franking privilege, or if that cannot bo
effected, then a large abatement of its
privileges. lie will not fiud the members
of Congress ready to sanction this propo
At the late election in California tlie
Democrats elected 11 out of 14 District
Judges. Clean work that.
, A Partisan iuciary is one of the groat
est curses that can fall upon a people, as
the citizens of Tennesseo had reason to
know during Radical rule.' ,
' A voung lady the other day was read
inff about tho third party moveuieut, and
exclaimed t "Lb, wo havn't had the firgt
one yet." '
n o a ni?T)T i? Q
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ins met toe ten venrs. uei iiincii usscinoicn u.i
tho 4th of October, and the Constitutional Con
vention, which will be called by tlio Legislature,
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In addition we will publish the Proceedings ot
ConL'ress. bv Telesrraph every lnornin" ami an
the Imnorlant News from every part of the
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Months; SI per montn, mi-hmiv in mivauee.
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llavc ju 10C(-,iV( a fresh stock,
to which they are constantly rn ak
in 3 additions, of
I U.i is, J:ij4 atul lIonitetH,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Prints, Domestics, & Cloths,
ColIVo, Suiir, Halt,
and in fact everything usually
found in a first-class retail Dry
Goods and Grocery establish
ment, jiir Produce of all kinds
taken in exchange for goods. All
we ask is a call, so that you can
compare our uoous ana iriccs
with those of other Houses.
Frcsh arrival of
THE PUREST WjMES AND LIQUORS
For Medicinal Purposes.
Linseed Oil, Boiled and Raw,
Coal Oil, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil
Will cure tho ASTnMA.BUONTIIITIS.n .ooij
SI IT TIN O. DIFFICULTY OK DltEATIIIV ,
V A1V nml WKAKNKSS l.V TUB CIIKST, THO .
BLKS011B COL-GIII.NG AT MG1IT, Sic. It wilt
effectually romovo tlio Consh that . frcouent' y
follows Measles, and auy affection ot the ""P''
toryorKiuis, no matter onion iui. oi..i.u...e, 0.
wl,f.tei-ur ll.o ftKcof tlio person. It acta ui a
" m is purely yeret,'.le, and 1. pleasant to
t t i 'to. Its effect is noothinn. allaying the yio
kree "of tho cou;;h, fasilitalinn expectoration,
Iiuietiiis the nerve aud exuUiratlng tlio system.
Mothers, Save Your Children
cxrience No tally "uoi.1.1 ho without tliii
"v?ru" as halfatul disease, CROUP, comes like a
thief iu tho nisht, to steal away your little, ones,
wuca rcaulaf medical aid cimnot be obtained.
BOLIVAR FEMALE ACADEMY,
rpiIE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTION
L will be rcHiinied on tho 1st Monday in Sep
tember, under the charco of Protessor 11. Ji.
Ramsay, who lias had charge of the same for
thenast four years.
Board can bo procured nt reasonable rates
in the best families of the city.
Tho Music department will be as heretofore
under the dhare;e ot Frot. wassemcr.
Wm. William I'rcs't. Board.
S. P. Hale. Sec'v. aus, 19 tf.
CITY TOBACCO & CIGAR STORE,.
J. II. W ALLEY,
And Pkaleb is all Kinds op
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIER PIPES,
At the Sign of the Indian, .
GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN.
FINE GROCER IE S
V. H. STURM,
Market Square, Near Asylum Street,
Wc are in partial receipt,
will by the middle of Au
gust, have in Store the
Ever yet offered in one Establish
ment, NORTH OE SOUTH.
Turpentine, llcsin, and Varnish,
WILL Bell na low as any other house, Coffee's,
augurs', Teas', Cakes nml Crackers'.' Can
dies, Cigars and all other goods kept in the Gro
cery and Confectionery line. Give him a call.
Goods packeJ and delivered at the Depot free.
Will maintain as perfect a char
acter of completeness, as if it were
an independent business.
We offer to the Trade
each and every article as low as it
can be delivered from any Jobbing
House in New York, Philadelphia
COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO
A VOICE ME W SOOTH !
LOUDER ! !
Pceruiiig it fin ahsoluto fact that a man's
health should he his first and most peculiar e:ire,
we havo taken the 11 her to vrint below a few
testimonials which go to show how sickness may
he removed and health maintained by a South
ern Medicine made only lor fcoittheru reojile
We refer to that time honored remedy
MAG GIEL'S LirE PILLS!
Used as thev are altuust universally, wo can-
nut but take pride to ourselves that these modi
chits indicate by their sales aloue a prouder em
inence than most preparations of the day attain.
It shall always bo our aim nml most earnest
care to maintain the standard of their exellencc.
Hear what is aid !
READ ! !
This is from (he Hon. 4. 11. Stephens.
Crawfordsvillo, Ga., July IS, 18(19.
MAOOlRL'S 1'lLL A XI) fc'ALVE WllBKS. NKW YoItK.
Gkntlemex: Aud I also say that
I will most cheerfully accpt the medicines
(Mapgiel's Pills aud Salve) you purpose to Bend,
androm the reputation of their virtues will try
them with hopes of much benefit. Yours truly,
Alux. H. Stephens.
Fayette Cocbt Hocse, Ila., July, 18C9.
Gent : We ore entirely out of Mnggicl's Pills.
Send us a supply by Express, at once, for liili-
ti: v ii..:aH niitr. n.A,.t.
Illlfl JlHeilbea. luill ime.iei o ino muiiv nuu-
uers. iuey gain in popularity every uuy.
Fayette, Ala. "Watchman-."
OCSco L. E. & II. E. WKLcii,Wliolcsalo Drugg'st.
Albany, (in,., July 14,' lbUi).
Gcntiemen : Wo cheerfully say that Dr.
Maggicl's Pills and aud Salve sell well, and
give Great Satisfaction. Our customers Bpeak
in the highest manner of them. We have fre
quently kuc-vn them to oure Chills and i'ever.
L. E. & II. E. WELCH.
J. n. Zelins & Co., Wholesale Druggists,
Macon, Ga., Aug. li), 1869.
Maggiel's rill and Salvo Works,- New York:
lour Medicines, flliiggicl's J'iiih nnn rtaive are
popular here. Wo boll more Maggicl's Pills
than any other fill yes, more than any two
others you can name combined. Tho Muggiel
Salve sells as much as Dr. II. ; but for
Maggicl'B Pills we have extraordinary demand.
J.H. ZELIN'N &C0
To the reader we will briefly say, that for the
mirooae of lettinsthoso whoso circumstances are
not of the best try theso medicines we will send
Freo of Expense, Ono Dollar's worth of Maggiel's
Pills, on recciDt ot 75 cents. AUuresB.
MAGGIEL'S PILL & SALVE WORKS, Bot
0273 Post Office, New York. sept. 2 ly.
Especially designed for the use of the DfexUcal
'rtfrssii,H and tho Family poi-sessing those tii
ir'ntnic medicinal properties which belong to an
Oil ii ml Vm-i' din.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney
Complaint. A delicious Tonic. Put up in ca
ses containing one dozen bottles each, and sold
by all druggists, grocer?, etc.
A. M.l'.l.N'IN'GER & Co.,
Established 1778, No. 15 Beaver St. New York.
A Book for the Million.
A PltlVATE CorSKKLLOtt TO TnB
those about to marry, male or female, iu
all that pertains to the physiological mysteries
mid revelations of tho sexual system, with tho
lutcst discoveries in producing and preventing
offspring, how to preserve tlio complexion iu all
its attractiveness and bcautv, &c., &c.
This is an interesting: and important work of
over two hundred puces, written in plain lan
guage, with numerous diagrams and engravings,
iind contains all that valuable information that
every person who is married or contemplates
marriage oy( to have, yet, which so few really
possess. It unravels mysteries and discloses
secvct:i that everybody Bhould know, still it is
book that ought to bo kept under locK and Key,
and not laid carelessly about the house, it env
braces evci'Ythins on the subject of the genera
five system that is worth knowing, and tuuea
that is not published in any other work.
This invaluable work win lie sent to any one
(free of postage) on receipt of iitty cents.
Address: Dr. isuttB' Dispensary, m. vv. corner
Fifth and Market strcots, St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted & Unfortunate
Before rcccivinc treatment from any of the
notorious ouacks of this or any other place, who
advertiso in the public papers, or using any of
the almost numberless quacKrememes, carciuiiy
peruse Dr. Putts' work. INo matter what your
disease is. or how denlorablo your condition, re
member that while it cost you iitty cents to have
it with its valuable information, it may cost tou
ob it haB many, a life ot hopeless misery, and re
Fret not to have it.
Dr. Jiutts can be consulted personally or ny
mail on any of tho diseases mentioned in his
works. OHieo N. W. corner Fifth and Market
streets, (opposite Court House,) St. Louis, Mo.
aug. 26 ly.
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terested in .
Send for Circular, College Papers, etc., to
E. P. EAKHUX, President.
Box 181, Nashville, Tenn. . decl7.1y
$1 1 li ( mnt'e " B' monln8, Secret
1 J.'iU and sample mailed free. A. J. Fcl
LAM.tf. Y. oetl4-3u
Call and Examine!
It is impossible, within the limits of an adver
tisement to specify everthing. But thoBe desir
ing to purchase will bo apt to find any ar
ticle at my Btore usually kept in like establish
ments. Prices moderato and uniform. Any ar
ticle not on hand will bo promptly ordered. .
' C3" Persons wishing my professional servi
ces will find mo at the Drug Store.
K. F. SCRUGGS.
Bweetw&ter, November 20, 1868. -