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That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How niucli suf
fering is summed up in it.
, The rir.jnilar thing about
t ir, that pain in the baclc
"'s occasioned by so many
thirgs. May be caused by
kuV.cy disease, liver com
ohint, consumption, cold,
rl ! c u rn . ti si i 1 ,dy speps ia,o ve r
vcrk, nen'Ous debility, :c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
;vrong and needs prompt
iltcntion. No medicine has
ct been discovered that
vill so quickly and surely
turc such diseases as
Down's Ikon I3iiTERS,and
t does this by commencing
t the foundation, and mak
ng the blood pure and rich.
Logansporl, Ind. Dec. i, iSSa.'
For a long tima I liave been a,
sufferer fium stnmach ai.d kidney
ltst.ase. My appelitewas very poor
s-id the v:, y sni.iil amount 1 did eat
disagreed wiih me. 1 was annoyed
very uiudi from noii-retcniion of
urine. I tried many remedies with
no success, until I used liiown's
Iron liillcis. bincc I used that my
siumawh does nrt bother me any.
Myappctitc issimply immense. Jvly
kidney trouV'e is no niore, and my
f encr..! health is Mich, that 1 feel
ike a new man. After the use of
lirown's Iron Hitters for one month,
1 have gained twenty pounds ia
freight. 0. 13. SiUtiiENT.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you arc, and it
will cure you. .
i'-3it:vc!y Rcstorcs tba Hearing, and Is
the Only Absolute Cure for Deaf
Tills Oil U ii'oslracteil from pei'ulinr
f -uvies of small White Shark, caiitflit
i i i lie Yi-How Soa, known as ;.u:i'Ji.K
'? x iioxDici.KTii. Kvcry t'liinesc llsli-
mm knows if. lis virtues as a restor
1 ivc of Ivni.i wore iliscovt'iL'd hy a
'..Kldliibu IViu'st. about the year 11 10.
:" curt a were to mnneroiis mid many
- i : .':ein'in;r!y iniraciiloiis. thai tlie reui-
iy x: o!!k'i illy iiroclaiincd over the
:.:r.? I'-iu jI re. Its use became o uui-
. i . sal Iliac for over JMU years no Denf
! lias c.i.-ttl aaian.i the Chinese
i .-"Mlc. ; t.t. fliiiies prepaid, to any
i..:uro at $1.0 per boUle.
HEAR WHAT THE DEAF SAY I
,' lias peri'm i:" 1 a i;iraele in my case.
have uo r.nc:irihiy noises in my head
and ln ;ir imieli heller.
nave hc.'M ;; ! I;; hentStted.
. l' deafness lu-lptd fi great, deal think
aiiuiiit'r hoi ile will etire me.
'. ;y lic;i! injj is ru'i.ii hcnelii led.
! h.t '. nveivid iir.'.nld bcntlit.
. v iioaxfctK is i:n;i o, iny;.
i: Ls ;riviii uoil Kiii.-'ac'.ion.
Have Im'Ii greatly her.cliiteil, and am
ajjieed that I saw ihe notice of it.
"It virtues s'fe i ni i:snoNAr.i.i::iiiil
i.s crit.vriVK t ii.u;ACii:!t aissomtk, as
: IIC VKITKU CAN l'lXSO'N AI.t.Y I TsTlKY,
ti ll 1 !!OM 1 C. LlilKXCK AM) OliSI-.UVA-
:ox. Write m once to II tYroii. & .ikn
i v. 7 I ley Ktiret, Kew York.enclosin
1. 000, anil you will receive by return a
inedy tlml w ill enable you to bear like
;-nboily else, and whose curative
i I'.'eel will be iiermanent. You will
ever regret doing so" Editor or
:.. KIK'AM II.L liKYIKW.
t'j"To avoid loss in the flails, ldeune
end inoU' V by Itiocisi i nti) Lktjt.k.
. Mi' v imported by II A VL OCK. & .J KX-
N II V Soi.i: Auknts Amliiica, 7Dey-
:(.., K Y.
An old physician, retired from active
aetiee, having had placed in bis hands
an Hast India Missionary the i'or
tf a simple vegetable remedy for
:, speedy and permanent on re ol ( on
,uipiion', Ilioiu'liiliCatanh Asthma,
, 1 Tii. "oat i.ii'i Julg all'ections, al.-o
po-i! i'.,e :.!i'i radical cure for t'lcneral
jlnly and all nei oi;s complaint,
.'icr ll'. i.'eii'ldy teslul i! wonderful
M'ativc p.i 'n! in liioii-'amls of ca.-es,
i 1- il 1 i d;i;y t'.i make ii known to his
'.o:. "'he' rccipr., villi i'ull j.ar
crd'i, s il.; -erii'j'.is for irep;ir:.;ion imkI
m ,"ii I a"! i. 'cc. .:ai'V lalviee and in-
: ; !,.: ...' -itcccs-.'':l trcalnciit at
iiir ov. ,i h '-si.', 'A be sent ymi liy
li''ii i'l fr. e oi'i'lnrge, 1V iiddres -..;
v. I;ti t..;iij oi i-tampe.l teli-addren-
JiiJ. J.C. IIAYMOXD,
; Wa.-l.ington sin el, Brooklyn, N', Y.
f.P MeutljJi this l'aierr
SATUIUJAY. JA. 5M), I8b3.
Our li.eal cod temporary ha worfc
'il itself into a Male of frenzy about
;be 1)j:muc!:a r, and v. ith groat alarm
innonnces thai the Democracy of
Klouiit are now without an ''organ.'
The true Democrats of llloimt don't
cem to be .-Leered," for they know,
and the true lepub!icaus know, ami
ill s;'i:ible tii"ii know, even if the
editor of the Hulc-IJcpiiblic.in-Deino-ciUic-Iiidependc!it-IcftUT.!(
?) oi ;fi,n
d.'C not, tliut there is not now a
-ingle political i-ii before t lie voters
of Ibis county. Ve believe that all
fair-inimlctl and enterprising citizens
heartily approve our course. The
political campaign is over, the election
has passed, ami now let us have
peate, and let's all unite in building
up Ihe material interests of our coun
ty. Prosperity and (juielnei-s is what
we all need. At the proper time all
can and will again enter the political
arena, and, if we du right, without
snarling, snapping and growling be
cause we differ on some (jiicstions.
The Democrat will pursue the
even tenor of its way, de-pite the
slanderous imputations and covert
sneers of disappointed (l!ice-s?c!:ers,
political soreheads and (Jivat Moral
Failures. "We are r.ot the organ of
any faction, and do not make war on
anyone. Yv'e shall, in our local de
partment, do all in our power to pro
mote the material interests of all,
Democrat, Kcpubiicane, former Knle
and llouk men, and am.. Yv'e will
not seek to divide, distract and con
fuse our people about political issues
and personal feuds that are already
irrevocably settled, for we would by
this course do all our citizens great
We have received Prospectus and
specimen pages of a new work en
titled "The Military Annals of Ten
nessee : 179G-18&2. From Official and
Other Sources. Edited by Dr. J.
llerricn Lindsley." Tlie book will be
isnucd by J. M. Lindsley, Publisher,
X'abhville. Dr. Lindsley is a gentle
man of great ability, a thorough
scholar, and fully competent to pres
ent to the public an interesting and
valuable addition to the history of
The "Watchman's praises are now
sung by the Bourbon Democratic or
gan at Knoxville, which would show,
according to the Watchman's logic,
that the Democrats of Blount ai;e not
without an "organ"! Fair exchange
is no robbery.
The Watchman don't seem to care
very much for "a government hy the
People." Xo, for the People arc the
majority, and the editor of that "con
sistent" journal believes that a minor
ity fchould govern the majority.
Still they Come.
New subscribers received since our
last issue: Henry S. Callett, Dr. J.
W. Gates, M. P. Ilodon, II. Korex,
Maryville ; I'. T. DeArmond, Knox
ville; K. B. Jones, Sharp's Chapel,
Union county; A. T. Hackney, Bars-
tow, 1!!.; Hiss Lou Beser, Bhcatown,
Greene county; Joe M. Anderson,
Big Spring, Tex?.; John IT. Moore,
Big Gully; M. S. Amerinc, Sealon
Benewcd: W. C. Bverett, II. C.
Clemens, Judge J. M.King, Knox
ville ; M. M. Simpson, Maryville.
Ye printer man returns thanks to
Messrs. B. A. Tedford, A. II. Love
and Jim. Parsons, popular and effi
cient clerks at Messrs. Burger, Hood,
it Go's Dry Goods and Clothing Em
porium, for a hat, which ho was in
need of, as it was impossible to wear
out the one purchased at this house
about three years ago. "When you
want to trade with clever gentlemen,
cail on the above trio.
'Punched" silver coin was in cir
culation during the Holidays. And,
as an exchange pertinently remarks,
the hole without anything at nil
r.round it is now painfully conspicu
See Prospect us of tho Knoxvlde
Chronicle, theb.'st Bepublican jour
nal in Ihe South.
"As .M,k bitfk and review the past
Iwemv Ji-ms in iho bl-torv of oi;i
country I fail to see a single redeem
ing trail in the Democratic parlv."
( Jen. Win. 1. I'.ate was inauirurated
(I tvernor at noon on the loth n-u
On the Kllh inst. lion. Ibam' (I.
Man is wiii re-elecloil United States
Senator, receiving 7o votes.
Alba Thomas, of Franklin, was
elected State Treasurer.
Polk i in (lie Xasbville jail, find
Hi" detectives are scrambling fur the
KiuuUixiv at Knoxvll'e.
The crises of Hinallpox fit Kiioxville.
during Janii'ii y, up to Thursday night
ti:nx ins i: e x i: ws.
P''b. .Mitchell, colored, was drowned
in tin river .il Knoxville la Tiinrs
d.iy. lie drove a two Iioim' birrsy
into Un river and got iutodet p wafer,
:.i;d w a washed nut and drowned,
An unknown colored man was run
ever by a switch engine and killed at
Kno.xviile j.ist Mirtiday morning.
Uiirghirs robbed the safe cont -lining
the county funds, over -1-lO.OwO. at
Columbia," on the ni-ht of lithium.
The Chattanooga Democrat has
changed hands, ihe Democrat Com
pany retiring ami Messrs. C. F.. Pow
ell, L. (I. Walker and P. A. Brawler,
jr., taking the control as lessees.
U'3. Scnatcrs illected.
Illinois f Joy. Oulloui.
f -line Yr'ni. P. 1'rve.
Xur.h Cr.iolii a tic-nator W. M.
Ai kaiisas Mouatur A. II. Garland
Tennessee Senator Isham G. liar
A Few Good Agents "Wanted.
To canvass and solicit, for one of
the most popular, most relUbic and
most successful I, if: Insurance Com
panies in the United Slates. Induce
ment the very beiit and terms most
liberal. A balary will be pvil the
right man who has had experience.
Address, W. F. Cl'MMINS, Gen'l Agt,
Anybody wanting the Knoxville
Chronicle or the Bi.ouxt County
Democrat, call at 1'. (.
L. C. Bi.ANKiNsmr.
Who, or what party, is to bhmo for
the great sical oTthe people's nnmev ?
Nobody ; uo parly. If Gov. Hawkins
and the last legislature wiilown up
confess tlie people will be hadsjiecl.
If UTfy were not elected to look alter
the people's'inleiests. just let them
say so. But, it is said the Democrats
are responsible; that hasn't got the
semblance of truth. Again, il is said
the Republicans are to blame ; a man
with the sense of nn owl would not
make such a charge as that. Polk, at
the head of an organized band of spec
ulators, has been making free use of
the public funds in speculation, prob
ably expecting large returns, but the
smelting of (he ore failed to make re
turns sufficient to meet the demands
and he packed his valise and li;fl the
Slate in disgrace. Now, who is re
sponsible ? Sevierviilo Enterprise.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores
health ii nd vigor, cures Dyspepsia,
Impotence, Sfc-xual Debility, ijd.
Nobody, in however obscure a sta
tion, can be uniformly sincere, patient,
gentle and conscientious, without exert
ing a positive liitmeuce cn li'iend and
neigh Loi s.
KixVn Ckkkk. Tenx., April b", 'SI.
Dit. Ci.a:;k Jon t.vin : Your justly
ceicnraiM i: iua. ni.wuii fti acr
is the be.-t lncdicine in use, and 1
would not be w i'l; jut it.
M A fY IIlCKKV.
The best etiquette for a man h not to
boast oHiis virtues, snd not, to show oil'
his power to one. weaker than himself.
Ladies wishing a perfume that com
bines novelty delicacy n id richness lind
Florcstor." Cologne entirely satisfactory
A right education is nol merely the
reading of many books, but, the ability
of making knowledge useful to our
selves and others.
Mother, sleep sweetly to-night, bv
giving vour child Dr. IMOI-TtTT'S
TETITlliNA (Teething Puwik-is) to
day. Ol'posilion is what we want, nnd i
musi liave to be. good lor auytniug.
Hai (!slui is the native soil of manhood
an J self-reliance.
"HOUGH ON HATS,"
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, Hies,
ants, bed-bags, skunks, chipmunks,
gophers. 5c. Druggist.
Pifiicuky is the nurse of greatness, a
harsh muse, whoroughly rocks her fos
ter childi en into stream h and sit hie? ie
proportion. Tlie mind, grappling'!
wllh great aims, and wrestling wil'h'i
iniLhly linpedimenls, gr.ov bv a '. " '" '. ' " "-
ceri.iin necessity to their nature. I !Jlv,, ,','M " inolher, and ive
Men do not elimh fame's ladder with i l'''11''1 ,IUI(1 '"'iiltli to the child, operal-i':i-
i-ii -f lint they Mm.tliiie9 Oesetnj : hke niagic. is jierf.rtly sale to
ii nor one-balf'fo quickly. Use in :.ll cases, and pleasant' to the
- tvic, and is the prescription of one of
Dr. V,'. 0. Cu'.nmings, Sparta, save : Ihe oldest and best female physicians
"I can iccommeiid Frown's Iron Fit- nnd nurses in Ihn Cniled' States
tei's as a general thuapeulre ii;:e;i'.' every whore. 25 ceiiia a loUIe.(ly
liioniit C;iinly 1'iiir.
A meeting of tbf Dire, luls 'f ll:''
Mount Counly Fair was hA at
(lie oli'ici; of' the ,wocr-tary and
Treasurer Satar.lny, HV.h hi t.
charter was ('ruwu up sml nigncd
oy 1 lie following wo'l known citi
zens a.s tlie inco:,,1ior.it'rs :
J. Ji. Greer, John W. Ki.r, II.
. Callett, F. M. Watkins, ,r. II.
Kirk, W. M. Walkitis, W. C. Chinn-
Tho fliartcr has t).-n registered
in tb Pneistvr's ofiico for Blount
County :md forwnrdol to the Sec
retary of State f.t Nashville, to be
by him regiHieivl.
'The Blount Count v Fair is nor,
on it solid foundation, and the in
corporators mean to make it a suc
cess. The Secretary will hood have
certificates, neatly gotten up, to
is:ue to those who have taken
stock in tlie Association.
All who have suhscrihed stock
are hrrchy notified to call on the
Secrefnrv.' bv the first of next
month ad pay up the rcmaind
due on their stock, and get their
certificates fur the same.
A large numher of farmers and
mechanics who have not heretofore
subscribed now signify their will
hurness to take stock.
The above facts are btuidcd us
for pub'i.-atiun by the efficient and
,- Seen tan and ir
W. C Chumlea.
r let all our people go to work
iake the ue::t Fair the bevt and
most Kuceeosful ever held in this
Ei)!Toi:s I n.M'a ;;at :
Permit me through your valnnble
p iper to inform your rcadeis that tin.'
I'.iount Cviuiily Fair Association is
slill alive and on a solid basis.
At the meeting of Ihe Directors on
the blih in-t.. it was ascertained why
some of the Premiums i.nd some oth
er bills were, not promptly paid Ihe
failure (o gel the Directors together
lor the auditing of Ihe claims.
It was found that the amount of
unpaid stock sub;;cribcd was
more than enough to liquidate the
claims that were expected m be paid
at thiii lime. The Association also
had personal assets in permanent lix
tuves on their grounds: one building
IL'tx-lO ft., two atories ln-li. costing
fJd.'O; stalls, pensa:d sheds. .l,".y ; and
a track that has cost .f2.X; total, fvV).
These lixtures were pti.t on the
:rouiids by the Superintendent, and
have been accepted by the Committee
on Improvement of Grounds.
The Association has also paid, in
Premiums, the past two years. -fl.C-OO.
"W. M. Watfins,
The "Common Sense Gold Medal
Soap" is the best we have yet seen.
It cleans clothes, floors, and is a good
toilet soap. It dispenses with half the
usual labor in washing clothes, and is
far cheaper than any soap now in use.
Mr. W. J. Ford is now in the city dis-po'-ing
of family rights, which all
should secure without delay.
CKra Young. I'ldon City, Tenn..
savs:"I ii-cd lirown's Iron Fitters
ellcciivcly for i:ei voitsiicsb and loss ol
A handful of common sense is worth
a btisiel of learning.
Ouick, complete cure, all annoving
Kidney, Piadder and Urinary Dis
eases. SI. Druggists.
Think wrongly if you w ill, but in al
cases tliT!ik for yourself.
All persons indebted to us nru requested
to call immediately and settle their Beef
Terms cash from Jan. 1, 1SS3.
MISWilY .t WHITE.
Woman's heart is love and song unit
ed. II; that lias uo charily ov.'i-lts no
Every man is occasionally what he
Ought to be pcrpet uall v.
Dr. T. P. Cowan will be his
ofiiee over J. S. Lawrenee'u Store
I'ridiiy and Saturday of each week.
Persons wishing work in lira line
will make a, note of th.is.
Mothers! WoIIkth!! Mother:!!
Are you disturbed at night and
broken of your rest by a siek hild
suH'ering and crying with ecrt:i ial
ing pain of culling teeth? If so, o
at once and :id a bottlo oI'Mrs. V"J
SLOWS S(J()'niI.(i HYiiLT. i
will relieve the jioor lillle sufferer
imniediaUdy depend upouil. There
is not a inolher on carlh who has
i m r iim d il who will not tell on at
i ' ... i : i ... I n .i . i '
Almost a Miracle.
V.'e were very mmh s-arprbed yes
teiday to see I'sipiire Davis out upon
tltest ett again looking ns though
he had taken a new lea.;e of life. Con
sidering that the K.-quiro has been
for years a con firmed invalid with
what was puppo.-cd to be consump
tion, his recovery f cenied but little
slnrt of a miracle. When questioned
as to (be cause td' his res'oied he.nlth,
ho s::id : "Symphyx, sir, Syn:-hyx
did il; a ll-w Lotihs sabped
my cough, rcsb rcd my )uug to
health, and m::de m.' a wdl man.
'Here is no bow- nadicinc tqual to
Circuit Co'ut lb n. -T,. A. Bodgers
Judge: W. C. CbuniKa. ("urk.Cor.it
noctsth" foitrlh toiula)-in January.
aj:.v an I Septeinlier.
C'haneery Court Hon. " . ft. Slaley
i.'l;:,iiceilor; II. (ioil.b, rd, C. it "A.
C'3; rt units iccond Mondays in June
County Court S. K. Grrer, Chair
man: Jn.-iasl.Ian.hic, n c .( h ui man
'Quarterly terms iir.-t Mondays in Jaiiii-
irv Ann .ii van. Uctoi r. onointn
se.-ion it is L Mondays in each incut li
lll-h i-heriiTM. P. ri'In.or.dr.n.
Dc'i ml v Ma i ill's Julia T. An.!er.-"n.
Cb'.-. i.og-ui, J. II. Armstrong. f. O.
Mcllalb A. iwiig, John GviI-.Iatd,
l. N. Ilond.
Ti u. tee James A. Goddaid.
Register r. N . li.idgett.
Coroner Win. J. Ilackaey.
Surveyor ( 'laibo! lie Ceoi ;-;e,
Supe: ii.; ende nt of Public J nst ruction
TL-li Coiuiiii.-.-ioner W. 11. Ki.k.
JU.-3Tlj:;Ol TIIL PlIACK.
1st Dl.- t. IT. C. Tedford. "W. P. ?est.
2d Dit John P. Plica, J no. MeNab!'.
-Caleb Carpenter, James iia-
4 t!i Dist S L. Greer, James F. r,e:d.-.
ot i Dist T. N.iSmub, G. T. Llnging-
:lh Dist O. P. Culton. J T. Kiuni.k.
7th I.i;t A. K. Carpenter, 1). lia.-ar.
Dili Dii t T. F, Wallace, W. Ii. V bite-
fth Dist W. H. TF-mn, Thos. T.iilard,
S. V. Cowan, Murywlle Taxing Dist.,
tilth Din W. 11. Andersen, I. W. Kir-
Dili Dist luchard Chandler, Pichard
12ili Dist Kob art Porter, J. M. God
1.1: h Dist John Dunhip, J. G. Norton
1-1:1; (Ust Jas. Davis, Josias Gamine.
15ih Dist J. .'. Canieron, It. L. Wes
Kith Dist D. P.. Lawson, X. II. Sparks.
17th Di.t John M. Jackson, i)aid.
lSih Di. t "W'li. Walker, A. J. "Waters.
-VEW fl'.O V IIK SCK VI! J-U VI Kill an oini:cn
Saidiath ,ehooI ,i : I.i) A. M. l'reach-inp-
eerv Sunday at II A. M. rnd 7 :
P. M.,by Pev. D. McDonald. Prayer
meeting evi rv Vt dnesdav a! C :;;0 1' M.
I'W the lime to uiliscrile for u
newsy i-aper; therefore we jdediro
ourHclvc,-; to give you th;.! verv lab st
news from ll juutri of the couatn.
tii'jscribo for the Democuat.
Mrs. L. E. SMITH'S,
For the next few weeks.
Now is the time for BARGAINS.
.I nn. 1s iv-;t.
F"y viF iri: of an r:; r: ttion-
JI i.--ued by ll.tioi'deid, Cull. & Mas
ter of ihe ( bancei y Court of Fbnuit
('(.lllily, 'I'eliliessee, in Ibec.il'se of Ki
ln idge Hailo vs. (teorge 1). Ilar!, and
ab-y i-idy made by ice on saiil ex
eeuiioii this day and i;alo:.-cd tl.ertonj
I w ill, ( n t! o
1 Ttlk day ef IV hriuiry, 1 Kfi."!.
in front of the. "o ;rt F'.'i.-t- (J-or in Ma
ryville, Tenn., xv i 1 1 : ll.eh il hi,nr;
l.'.r sale, i eli to ihe higl.-.-t lIiirr, .or
nidi in band, the iutere.-t ofi .eorge D.
J lane ill and toaliaet o!' li.id s.iu; u-d
in the 1st Civil 1 ';.- i i-t :.:'. f '.'-i: il
ly, 'l'el.ne-.- ei-, ie .! :i i .0 u " ,'.';'( ;:vivi
moie or Ie.--.-, .oil ;- I c He '.. f
Jobii Ko;-e:, Jo! ii C. I! de. J. .- i.-h ..
Fu ry, and ollieis: t!:.: inien l cf
(ieo:ge D. If:i! ' being I'.e ! e -i -i n;,ry
ill'.eieil, ,-liijeit to I:,.- die e-.jiie of
Sara A. ilai .e. nnd. r the wid of Alex.
IF !c, di c'd. TI.is J.;i,t;..y IS, It;;.
M. IF FI 'M I -( N,
Sle tid' of FIi .ot ( o.. Tenn.
Tint is what a great
many people are. doingi
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains a:'d
aches, and each mouth they
The only cure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to cveiy part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
303 S. Taca St., Baltimore,
Nov. 18, iE3i.
I was a great Eulfercr from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeLs could cat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried F.io.u's Iron
Hitters, and am hai,;y to say
I now have a good appetite,
and aiu gctUng s.nu-.jcr.
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