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w i i1^ §ap»Ulf fraud. Local and Miscellaneous. i EWOIVILLK. Si 1W J»ril if*rf Iru. Kwe, .X* IAB ilM* A|Cntt. P. Cathoart. ...Tbe«. W«t ...K, Whiilatcb, ..P. Buck lew. Attica K»wy Columbia.. faliae F.nglisb f»o-r*rt ....... lUmilton .« tola Marvevilte~~.MM......,.J. Otley t'l**»ant villa.......... K I I lock Trwy Whwlmj! J, G. Wsrfwn. 3. W Mitchell. ..Ed Muneell. ..D. T. furhan», Brobet. -A- N- Kw4. „R. T. E!»on. W. Htar. ...F. D ..John polarti. RjllLftOlU IIHh ABU. Bsoivlllo Bniaek C. KX N v o* s» r, «.,« r. i *. j* I »i «e IS L« Ki l» 0«1»U K» xtuxa r*. »tUC lirfi UwUie AL0U trvm »St» Irate* ^MlrtTiMV it ii 4- a i* r. a, w i» j* I »J I i« I I ft If HIiTm ,fl«§ a i a to rJ KXN WBST rirjm I i Ml V WahkikI' Feb 12th, at Kev. weli'a i by IUv. Rockwell 4Jt. Win. H. Williams and Mix Mary K. ttierwood, all of Clay townebip. -^^a—— 1 DR W. H. HAHKK. Demist, will vtait Mir|ivlll« TurtHay and WWIIIM tiny. Feb. S'th ana March lat, Hamil ton Thur« Jay, March 2d, and Bueeey Xnd*y March 3d, T** Nrw Ciii'MfMBa at Goaport »re twth to be completed In June. The foundation* are laid, and the lumt*r it ix-tng hauled at a lively rate (mm (lila place. That for tlia M. K Church «u bought for $00 bilow Chariton bid. TRACV—BKLLaKoMTam.—-An ««lw was issued from tha P. O Department last wt-fk f«r Hi® removal of tha Post Office frooi Bellefontslne to Tracy. Mr. I-'. I) Koyar, wlio ha« for a num ber of year* had charge of the UHle fonulna offlca, will eouUuoa In etuirga at It my. D*. HOBKHTH, of Maryavilla, waa In'tha *ity l»*t wt-ek and bought a lilil of Uiiitt#r fur hi* n»w hon««. At l«ovillaand Huaaty ha waaaakad $&X> for (ha lumber h* rwj»lri»d. Manama hara and i*ouglit It flr 1150, aiaking aaving »»f atxiut $-V, afUf p+jflug fur tha extra hauling. BKMKMHKH that Mr*. J. Elian Fna lar, |l«a ranotrnad laly lawyer and l^t'turar, of ClinbHi, Iowa, will dalivar thraa lacluraa at the Hapliat Chnrclt in tliia criiy, Fridny, Haturday and Munday evening*. March 4th, 6tb and Itth MHIn will b« uul next week announcing aubjpeta. H, A BovKit A H»n are rr*rtlflg ia ialne»« botua Xl*b0, t* utorlf-a at I'rn\v. and will have it r»-aly for oot-upation next nionih. Th**y will r«*nvova tiirlr at»K)k of merchandise from H«*ilcfotitairia and otM ti|y the ground floor. 'I'Ue upper floor will i a by ilellefou lalua JL*ni#§ A. K. A A. M. A Tk rniON for th« rrpaat nf the railrond tarill' law no Imr m» it a|»j»he* Ircr bt rrtl»», waa in ciir'ulalloii In lUia city laat week. Mr. W K. Bella my, wbo ahi(«e mora atoek than any iHher man In the oounty, Waa active in circulating the petition. He iiaa Ml tha rflVctnfthe Increita^of freight*, and our farmer* have all felt U Indi* n ctiy. Air ILLU PAHIV of ladiet and i rrntlsnmi made Knoxvllle a vlalt ia«t w«-««k, and werw eutert tiiifd at the houj^a of of K. ii. Woodruff, T. J. Andemon, A. J. Brlgga and M. D. WiHKlruff. At E. H. WooUruflTe 1'huraday evening and Maj. Ander aon'a Friday evening, a large number of Knox villa people, on Invitation, mot and exchauged greeting* with lh« AM'laria. R^UKMOM IO thh HOUTM.—Mayor Utini* ban r^caived a circular letter froiu the Mnyor and fionrd of Trade »f Atlanta, and the (overutr of Geor gia, aldreaa*d to tha Mayor, Coutu'll, Hoard of Trade, Kditora, etc., of tiiia ii'y, tendering them and our |ieipie i:cncrui!y a free excumion by rail from i«'ticb\iilc or Union City to rtiatta roo^'a, Tenn., thence 188 nillea t» Atlanta, thence 171 uiilea to AugiiHta, ll)t*no«f 112 mlleato Port ltoyal, Houtli Wollnla, thenuo TK mile* to Havanna, lliHinifl ji'SH nillea to Thouia»ville and Allmny, mkI return to I'nion Ciiy or N i«hvill*. Tlt« exeurslou will leave Atlanta oa the 'di or hUh of March. TII'h I® giaiid opjioitunlty. Any partlea who may thluk of nwptin^ t'1# luvltalh.n Hhould Wiycr iJ.ir^a fj fu»'»•"r i•nicuiarf. MARYBVIUUL—Tba Miner, wbieb I* |irla| mora atteotioo to looai mat ter* now-a-daya, It aw aotborlty for theaa lleme: Mr. aod Mm. O. H. Clftnmona bor riad Uialr aoo Albort. 12 yaara old, laat weak Mlea Cora 8mltb, In troaalng North Cedar oa boraback a few daya ainee. waa thrown ofT.iu tba creek, but caught upon aoroo drift Wood and aaved heraeif from drown ing Harvey Sherman leavea thU week for Miaaourl. J. C. Davie fell from a new building recontly aorae li feet to the ground He received no Jf.joriee etcept tbeapraining of bolb Auk lea quito eeverely. Mary A., Wifaof John F. Dodda. aged 2H, died IT BAR bono near Maryavllla MI HI* 13tb. TRI OLD KKMAHLB Drug Houaa, on tba north aide of Public Hquare, la atillopen, ^r. Hcolea ia there to •upply »H Marion county and "the real of mankind with pure drug* and all good* connected with the drug trade. Take your ordera to Brolea for painta and olla, lam pa and fixturaa, and i»e euro of fair dealing and lowaat prlcea. Coal HI IW Are taet. LACT CHA*O*.—Tba Chicago, Bcr llngton A Qulncy R. fl. Co. dealre to give not! tba farmers of Marioo C»»unty, that the laat opportunity la offered In IH76, to purchaae the rem nant of ita Landa .'which perhaps ad )oina their farm*) In thia county on 10 yrsirt Credit 'inrt 6 prr C€tU. InlereM, or at leaa price* on Ave year* Of two year* credit, or for caah. A fall H*t of the land* remiTntfigln thia county, wilh pricea and term* of aale, 11 be lor war led to any one on application to tba I»cal Agent, or to A. K. TotrXAl.lw. Land Cominiaein-. •r, Burlington. Iowa, 88-41 Knoxvtht.r. K?* AMPWI!1»T, !FO, H7. I. O O. F., waa organixed Tueaday evening la»t week. Tha following oflloera were elected Ifld IttOCftllad for the current term: Allen Hxinrick, P. J. It. lir o^drlck. H. P. Bellamy, H. W. C. B. Bodiitoi», J* W» A. B. Hr'».«t, H. A. J. Itnjrtr*, T. K. K. r*|»err.v, I. T. (J. (it !*ol», (i. Regular ni^atiufi lot Ud Friday evening* in each mnnth. Aor.Nia WA I K .I .—Mr. A.K. Kan worihy, of f)akalooes, ia In the city and will reinitin throughout this week I at the Amos Houaa, repreaentifig the Capt. Tracy's engineer corps were Remington Hewing Machine. He for tha Dee Moines narrow guage dfsiraa to And an agent to sail the nia chine In Marlon county, and offers good inducements for a live, energetic IIINII. 'I It ia is one of the atutMlurd itiMclilnes, and has many excellent point* to recommend it. Mr. K. is alao agent for six different organs and pianos, for which hedealMt to taiab lish local agencies. BotrritKKN Coxm-noN—Some two or three weeks since a company wu» formed, compoaed of tha leading buaineee men of Monroe and Appa fl'xiae counties, ernbrsclnt also Gov. Merriil, Hon. B. (jrinnell and oilier active and experienced railroad tuen and capital lata of the Htate, to liuild a railroad from Centerville via M'irsvitt to a connection with the A K. A i. Ball road at Albla. ArtleJts of inorporation have been fllcil, charter pHM-ured, and much oilier preliminary work dona. We have forborne to mention the matter hith erto, hoping to see some further sign or more certain prospect of »uoceas Now we feel belter SM«ured that the inovt iuuiil Uieuna Lunineaa iu eunjcat. The Albla VttUm of laat Thursday a*y* followed the old ('elitist gltMie about fourteen ml lea and tbeu strtiefc out for (Jaiiterville. DIBD, Feb. 19th, at her iiome In this city, Mrs. Marietta, wife of I). 10. (lauiiett, aged 81 years 8 months aad 17 days. Mra. CI. with Iter htiaham! and fam ily removed to KnoKviJIe frm tha vicinity of fciyracuaN. Y. in Novciubar laat, and time soon fell a victim to death. In her early life aha made a profession of religion, and attached herself to the M. K. Church. Of her li may be said she died in the f*lth. Her remains were removed to her former rexidonce in thu lCaat for I liter maut. By her death five small chil dren, one only four weeks old, are left motherless. May Ha who "tempers the wind to Ibe shorn lamb" take cars of (hem. IS. H. W. J. D. FIU/TON, Architect, of Ottum wa, is now engaged in preparing plana for Mr. Heaver's hrick building on the west aide of Public Kt(iisre, and also Uoi Bmitto. TWaactioo ai Kagliab laat waak raeultod in tba aale of two lota. Tha protracted meeting ia still progreaa at tba Chriatian Cbureb* Winter acboola in soma of ft» country dlatriote ara now cloaing- Charles Coa, of Clay townablp, etarted a few d^ya aloaa for tba Biaok Hiiia region. Dr. Barker, dentist, Makes bis proffeaeional visit to Dallas Wadoaa day of this week. Tracy, the new town oa tba A. K. A D. Railroad, 12 miles eaet of Knox •11 le, BOW has a lumber yard. H. Parker, of Clay townablp, baa aold his farm to John Chrianoaa, aod atarta for Kanaaa next week. Mr». Jobn inlap and Mra. Jacob Shoupe, of Adams oounty. are viait* ing with old neighbors ia Clay Tawn ahlp. Joaaph Maddy ofLiborly townablp. haa aold hia farm to A. J. Henna, and ,hfy removea to Kansas, atartiug nex1 week. ease Aeklfa, «T tbo fM«Mf of Oro Dell, this county, removed last week, with bis family, to Hiiisboro, Ohio. Dr. T. W. Leeper baa permanently located for practice in tba vicinity of Durham. Oflleaatreeldoooe ofJamee Harvey. J. 8. Dotaon, of thia plaoe will sprout 25 bualtda of sweet |iotatoes in the spring, and wiil have about 50U,(JUU plants to aell. A letter from Franklin townablp, now two weeks old, says "Measela are thick in that vicinity, and so are victiina of the pickled fruit men." The regular ma'l aervice was com m«i«ed Monday and now the new PoMtoffleesat Buasey, Tracy, Durham and Flagler are auppiled witb daily mails. Mr. Jaaiah Hwafford haa sold his property iu Hartford, Warren coun ty, and returned to hia old houie near Wheeling, this county. Mniars. M. and D. Wriy, of Clay lownahip, will atart aof*n for their oew home, of which they made pur ahaae laat fall, In Adams oounty. Me»ars. F. M. and Darlua Harain are learning the art of telegraphy with M. Kikenberry, the P«at Ma»'er. ata tlon agent nnd operator at Durham. It ia aald that the recent anrveya made from here to Pleasantvilie by road. A. B. Miller liaa leaaed his business house at the northeast «^rner of Pub lic Hjuare U» a gentleman wiio will within a few weeks occupy it with a stock of clothing. Ham'I Mark, Esq., of Indiana town ship removes with his family this week to the vicinity of Kellogg, Ja» per county, where he has purchaaed a farm. Horry to ioossso good acllizeii. Mr. B. F. Wood, of the vicinity of Maryavilla, goea to Marshailtown this week, and will make that city his home until next winter, whan he will return to this county. Tha Marion Co, Bank and O. B. Ayrea have Inm/tit fromt). W. Palm er «l feat front at the south west corner 0f A corps of enuhiM'rs wus at work laat Meek, surveyIIIK the line of (lie Louif, Albiii A lies Moiun lt*il wa) froni AUda to Cente-i vi lie, pre a a o y o i n u k i n e s i n i U s o e coil oT coiiMt i net ion. They surveyed town, and ia always welcome. one line iirjo-s Hie weal part ol-town. We were mistaken laat week in on the street iu front of lien. p. Kl- .. .. be 11 'M bouse, to see what kind of ptl|,lip H|uare, and together wilh Mr. l'aimar will erect a Hue bfiok block. Attica and Maryavilla now enjoy the luxury of a daily mail. And that, Mr Jl/iwr, la one of the advantages brought you by the "A. K. A D. gouge" wlileb you have auaared at so niuct.. H. W. McJnkln, n Knoxvllle Mayor, waa in this Hty Wtttid.ty. and returned to hia home at Kigouruey on HHIH ME. always looks Into the Jot'NNAt. aanotuin when ha ooosaa to aaylng that Hart a hooae waa to ruu'« iltul woulil TIE I«J MNKV nm- 'I rK?*vit In liectious with the A K. A I). They tha prloeanflumber has imluced him to build a frame. But he will have a One house and a d*«irable location. Messrs. Weyers and Huffman are FF*H'!!Tftw*isHiP-SAX's letter which ahouid have appeared last week, eays Mr. Daniel Wagorjer recently loat a thoroughbred bull valued at $300. Too much corn waa the causa. Weleher alao loat a Tadaahle grade cow, Too much smut waa tba cause. Himpaoit Ik afraid tha kicker of Bo wen's machine will bo too se vere tor oee in tba schools, and pro pnaea tbat it be loaned or leased to tha county 'or trial on soma of her ifls and Constahlea. Prof. Ferguson spent a waak reoent ]y at Ca'oma instructing a class in vo cal mu»ic. Had 6.', pupils and a very successful term. Closed with a con eert Ha will return for uk# Mother week the laat of the month. Two do'lng fatheraof two big boys who carry two tbrea dollar shotguns to school ara earnestly entreated to kerp them 'the P'in») at home not becMwe there ia any danger when deliberate aim at pupil, for a forty-foot barn would not b« In any danger if they tried to hit It: hut rtrltig at random for fun might cripple eomebody. The school is email and can't affhrd to lose any at tbis tima Bowen la an Inventive wretch, hut hard hearted. He proves to furnish a thumping machine for u*e in the schools of the township. It la to consist of a Keely moter power, with a whipping machine attatched. It ia to use a birch or hsx*l at tha rate of 678 strokes per minute. A cast iron foot will be attatched for the benefit of the hif£ l»ovs, and will give them an occasional lift when required. It will save wear and tear of muscle and give teachers mora tima to attend other duties. JRKFTK HTCBBS A CO. have been ad judged bankrupts upon their own petition, and a warrant In bankrupt cy lies been Issued from the U. 8. lI*trlct Court against the estate. The creditors have been notified to meet at Keokuk on the £tth inst. to prove their claiina and ch»osa an assignee. In tiie lift of creditors we find the following namea and amounta for thia county: KnorcUte—O Ayrea $12 fiO, Mears A IU} s VM 73, Dr Corneii 15, A Wet herelI 5. lit fir font nine—John Torrence $449, 19. W K Rouse IW# 23, 8 Dough man HKi 21, lloyer A rSon 90. BMtmrjf-D Vannatta $*056, 8 Brew er 1U9 45. Kd Godfrey KM 90, Wilson 40, Wilcox 1 WW, The.. Weal 1*2 U9, Josh Way 1A7 00, Mick 2MK), I Maun 142 82, Buaey »6 fill, Barrett 7tt 70. Hamilton— Kelly A Oleary $276 84, Hlayman 18 09. Jerry Hullavaii 484, 51, Viglenna 5 00, It Hulls van 9 00 Geo (J Ben Hey 20 00. Myers 1 60 Ij Mclntire 'A «-4 James ii himm* 82 W, A Ayrea S5 36, 8 Clifford 87 15 Edward Krinis07 72, Michael Berry 195 1«. Doud 4680, W Bradley 15, 46, Parker 1 50, Wallace Moulton 14 40, John Wharton 54 Hi, Mra A K Wilsey 47 00, Lii.d 2 50, Leander Wiiitteu 23 33, P&dden 44 51, Pack IWiOO, Hinlth 14 00, liaa Moulton 8107, Mitchell 47 01, Hmith A Hughes 291 2H, Draversaux A Co ltt-* ()-), It Procter 12 00. The total amount of olalma against tba estate ia over $-5,000. DKATH ov W. K. FKHOUSON Iast Wedneaday the telegrapli brought to thia city the aad uews of the death of Mr. Wm. K. Ferguson at Winter set, Iowa, of typhoid fever. From his boyhood up Mr. F. has been known to the people of Kuoxville. Homo two years ago, having gradua ted at the Mtnte University, he estab lished himself in the law practioe at Wintereet, and soon thereafter was married to Misa Alice Brobst, daugh ter of Joseph us Brohat, of Hits city. Laat Fri lay the young bride returned in aadneaa, bringing the reinaiua of bar hufthaud. On Haturday tha fu neral services were held at the lat Presbyterian Church, Rev. W. 8. Krackelton delivered tha seriuou. The remains were laid to re*t io the City Cemetery. Mrs F. and hsr or- putting up a business house on the I phauod babe have the fullest aympa eaatsideof third street Juat south of thies of the community. From the the Pait Ofllce corner, to be occupied Wintereet A tut* we clip the following: by a Mr. M««^, from Ottumwa, with a It ia with feeliuga of unusual sad i i i-i ..^,.--1-^. neea that we are called upon to an etock of dry goods and grooerlea. the death of W. K Ferguson, A protracted meeting liaa t»eon of tbiscity, which occurredou W ednea progress for the past three week. the oliurci) have thus far reaultad. It la reported that the ('. R. I. & P. Company baa purchaaed a ground for right of way desirable or practical.! crossing White Breast creek, three Rl'day r* i citizen here of only a year and a half s the 'hriatian hun in Pleaaaul v ills morning Mr Ferguson thougha urwtlofi, conducted by Uev'a Corbin, paator people by his life, and uiany oiourn Cheatham of Indlaiiola, and Dungant'ia to ua seemingly untimly death i i i n e a e e e o o w a i v i u u v of Oakaloosa. Home 15 acceasione ,H74 had endeared himself to our llHvinK the only point for taken the atart of t||ao. B. and i,^rsi»tteu'. fin'tt against the adverse the Narrow Guaga. Mr. Geo. A. Durham, a ("Jay town ship teacher, was compelled to diacon tlnue his school a week or two since for Welch, McMillan A Co'a three iu o »uajq'ien e »f a very eevwre attack buildings on esut side. Kia otliee ia of rheuo»a?iain A srvn of Airon with Mr. ('rosier, in Overton'a hoiid-1 Mofre. In the nnt« vicinity baa Keen lug, where he will be YLSD to IM CHIIIIIKNI to the IONISE fur TRIM* w»-»ke^ r» iht ir n-«i io tlie AFLSF.i'o«» jierMea witlnf Cetigt*. oo«oo»i«w w .. V. u.^re just graduated iu the Law Department of tbe Htute Uni versity, and ww the historian of bis (if 'clas*. lie engaged here iu the prac lice of law, with J. R. Chandler. I'hia lie relinquished laat summer, when lie engaged iu other pursuits. As he had won ninny Irieuds here by mi.es west of Ibis place, and has thus •«,«"l',"r -hr,,tUn life, so he won 1 the admiration or all by ins heroic, plu persinteu'. aga circumstances whicti aurrounded lum, only auccuubing u» tiie grim monster who conquered all at last. He leav. a young wife and child to m»urn hi» loaa. Toe reinaiua were taken to Kuoxville for interment. I'm dentil «s auuou'ice«l to lite Bar y ^tis Honor Judge Leonard, in Court on Wednesday foren»'..n, sod a oieatnr ob PEIKTINO.—Business .en will "F II.KET TAR" is THE Rnd at the JOCHMAI. Office a very full! remedy in tha market, stock of paper suitable for letter heads,'pure tar, and not a cotap^, bill heails, sutementa and circulars op in flvo different furm.' also cards and envelopes io full variety Druggist wilt give of sizes and tints. Wa have now ex cellent facilities for printing tbesa things In modern style and at prices much lower than heretofore. Wa keep on hand a large assortment of official blanks—tha only Block in tha city—embracing a great vsriety of forms—notes, leaaea, juetSces' and constables' blsnks, deeds, mortgagee, bonds, attachments, articles of agree, ment. notices, subpoenas, warrants, executions, write, etc. Ordera by mail will receive prompt attention. Kkjvudy A Co. etili continue to use twooolumua of our paper. There is no excuse for those out of employment If they write to them for terms. Bee their large advertisement and read their offer. 88 P*mk ntPTioNs promptly and care ful)? filled at Hcolea' drugstore, north aide. Lacal Notictf. XMBDAVIKHKWI.NO MACHCIWIII hind folds without showing the stitches, and aew on at the same lime, and also makes French folds Aiuia*w oa at the same time. CITY PBOPKHTY KOK SAI.H John M. ones, in addition to the fifty lots advertised In another column to day, haa a residence and two lots in Jones' Addition, and a houso and two lots iu Walters A Iloacbe's Addi tion, for ssle. Enquire at Knoxvllle Woolen Mills. FARM FOH HAUK.—I offer tor wile my farm of 100 acres, IJ miles south of Knoxvllle. Good house and barn, good fences, abundant water, good toil hu acres in good cultivation and 20 acres timber, and all underlaid with coal. Coal bank now open. Good terms offered. I. W. SKILLMAW. TUB DAVIS HKW*NO MACHIN* will make milliner's folds wilh different colors and pieces of goods at one oper ation and sew on at the ssme time. H. L. Woi.p'a north side store is ths place to go for coffees, teas, sugars, canned goods, cignra, tobsocoa and confectionery at lowest figures. IK You WANTGKOTKRIKS, QUEBNS WAHK A!»D GUSSWARK at bottom prices go to Kruck A Ely'a, South side of Public Hquare. (2 if) TKIX EVKKYHOUY that J. H. BroWn of Okaloosa, has opened a new drug Store in the building formerly occu pied by Woodruff Bro's, oast side of Hquare. All accounts made i»efore Jan. 1st, 1876, are now p«at due, and I expect ail customers to come In at onoa and settle, either by cash or note, 88tf D. T. COATB. GOTO H. L. Wolf's for all kinds of staple groceries, canned fruits, oysters, tobacco*, cigars, confectionery, etc., at bottom prices. Ir YOU WANT TO KNOW the amount of your account, come and see. Set tlements promptly attended to niKht or day. N. It. AC. W. CORNKJLL. TH* DAVIH HKWINO MA HINV can not he excelled lor tucking, cording, braiding, quilting, ruffling, or stitch ing braid on cloth. No LOTTKKY premiuiua offered to purchasers of drugs at Baker's, but everything is sold at loweat figures. you GbAfti lance dishes at ?6 cents per set at Kruck A Ely's Queensware 1 date the lady holding the ami Grocery Store, Houth side Square. tf) AU Aocourra made prior to Jan. 1st. 1870, are now due, *nd must be settled by cash or note. N. R. A C. W. COBWK^L. fMk Ooon Boot S AND HHOKS go to the sign of the big boot. 30-43 N. H. Hall. MINKH'H OIL., winauted to give aatlsfaoliou, at Baker's Drug Htore. MINBK'H Oil., warranted to give sat isfaction, at Baker's Drug Htore. G. C. LAWTOM, M. Iowa. D., Knoxvllle, 35tf SALT at $2,85 per barrell, at H. L. Wolfe. i MIVBK'S OIL,warranted to give sat isfaction at Bt ker's Drug Rtore. Gi.aea HKTH for 60 cents, atKroek Ely's, Booth side of square. (2tf) s^ CANDIKB fur New Year at Wolf north side. CLORINO OUT AT COST.—AS I In tend cloaing out my entire stock of Millinery before the middle of March I offer great inducements in flowers ine», ribbons, etc. Persona indebted to me will confer a favor by settling Immediately. Southeast eortier Public Hquare. 34-37#t MAI:Y D. vVmppo. THB DAVISBKWINO MA^ AINB will mske wide and nsrrow hems, hem all manner of Mas woolen goods, as soft merino, crape clolh, or goods difficult to hem on otfiejr ntactitiie% jo, nood. At w.a v, Bro. HOB8KS FOM 8AI.E.—• eigned baa for sale f.nir K,*, from foar to eight years c. to saddle and barneea, and in good condition. v\v or all on good terms. 'Iilt.v seen at the atonies of Jr two bioeke eaat of depot, K I, 3*—4® K. H. 'i, AIXPRRBONS knowing Indebted to me will great calling and settling aouj, needing money badly. 87-40 MRS. I CJ/^TCWwatcheis jewefr. new stock and full MMin„ K R. RISK'S new esta'! .' basement of Knox ville NH always at lowest rates, k, made a speciality, and a, v ranted. Ii»lert haa ha: riencein bia business, ami .-.t. tee satisfactory work. JOHN SHWBHTI.RY GIV-... tlon to the msnufaeture shoes on order, st his shor A McMillan's Store, in W\ Fine sewed work a spr work warraniaC Olvs i n 6tf. Nsuuminia and Toin^ T. G. Robinson, havii his brother's interest in Marhie Works, is prepm. work in his line cheaper l»efore. Having dischari^ i lie ie thereby enabled to k«-,i per cent, cheaper than an,y in Iowa, and would restm vite all those who are i.e^.i bie (o mark the last res'ii.. departed friends) to call at near northwest comer of .Square, Kuoxville, Iowa,t.efj ing. Don't buy fri»m agents traveling through the cow* who have no respect for your or your purse, hut patronize institution where you can what you contract for, and at a able price. Hatlsfaetion gunrnr every particular. T. Ko^ 35-39 O. W. PALMKH, at the Blue Houth side Public Hquare, IIHK] store a splendid Htock of net comprising an unusually Urn mentof dry goods, notion*, hiij shoes, hats and caps. Anvrfii may want in these lines wi! at Palmer's and at fair pr ladies go there for their drt»M and trimings, for fine shoe? substantial winter shoes, chl shoes, for their fine gloves, 1^ and everything required for fashionable toilet. The geu| find there also what they wantj outfit for winter, for themseh the family. The Blue Fro^ good place for trade. Take OII| lor it onee and ^i ve Palmer a trf m* mm GRAND OFKKIIING!—Splend port unity! Unrivaled Displ^-j equalled Awortment! Captii Prices! Ardery A Roberts r| each lady a numbered tick* every dollar's worth of goods tj at onetime at their store now and March 1st, 1878, at lx»aring the highest number, (i ecu I ing the Mine, will bo enti' an elegant Chrooio worth The lady presenting the ticket ing the next highest uunibcd rei'eive a apjendid Trop'»acoi)« $5.00. Forrst T«r, For Throat, Lungs, AMtixr.s.IC Forcat Tur Soltillon. For Inhaling for Catarrh, Co: tion, Broiicbitia, and Asthi roiest Tar Troches. For Hors tliront, Tickling Ho^rieue^a and Purifying the Forest Tar Halve, V0§ kealing Sores, Ulcers, Bums and for Piler*. Forenl Tar Koap, V** app»»d Hands, Halt I Hklti Diseases, the Toilet nun Forest Tur Inhalers. For Inhaling the Hoiutiou for and ba'li. 87-4® At W. li. Y»UN« U01TI1.LB HAKktrl Corrected W—kiy by Omihoart lamy W heat—old,,..........,........... Wheat— new Oat a Corn Bye *..»••• Hides—green slaughtered!... cured dry flint UM dry salted. ••**e«*t*Me*«aMI »n ter Lard Ua»ta Bee# w«x s 11•. iK-sh per bid........« H4 Motai, ptrewt.