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RULE & RICKS, Proprietor. THURSDAY MOENING, JAN. 26, 1871. HOW TO REMIT. Money sent to us in registered letter?, by Express, prepaid, or by I'oBtoifiee orders. Trill bo at our ruk otherwise, at the risk of the sender. NEXD ITS THE JTEWS. We extend a special invitation to our friends to send ug brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest ir their several looalitiog. We desire to have pomethina of local interest in every issue for our EastTcnnessee readers.- - - TIIE LARGEST CIRCTI.ATIOX Of Any Daily PuDluhed in East Tennessee. Senator Trumbull is making an effort to have Congress pass some law, intended to relieve members of Congress ' from the importunities of office-seekers. If such a measure could be made successful, it would certainly accomplish some cood. Senator Trmnbull very justly claims that there are certaia reasons when the time of Congress men is taken up, almost entirely, in listen ing to the appeals of those who are will ing to ssrve the country in paying official positions. . , The MTiiff and Register is given to com plaining. It does not like the present Legislature of the State a fact, however, about which we feel it our duty to con gratulate It. It docs not like Gen. Grant's administration. It charges that he has broken the promises upon which he was placed in power. We do not know that it ought to judge of this, for its opinions would hardly be accepted by the people at large. ; Before determining this question we ought first to decide by what standard the administration is to be measured. If its expenditures arc to bo compared to Johnson's administration, we think the verdict will be, emphatic and unanimous in favor of Grant. The reduction in the expenditures and the increase in the reve nues of the country under his administra tion are fact too well known to every reading man to be here reproduced. Our neighbor must be afflicted with the blues or it would not complain so much without cause. g . THE SITUATION IN PAEI3. Our latest advices from France represent their Northern Army as having shared the fate of Chanzy and Bourbaki. The dis patches say that army is virtually disband ed. "With the exception of a trifling suc cess, practically of no moment, atLonguy, on the Belgian border, there is positively no encouragment of any kind for the French people. Gambetta may succeed in drawing together a few new levies, and in spiring the disheartened people of North ern France with some little hope, but thcir levics will be captured or routed at their first venture, just as were the armies of Chanzy and Bourbaki when Moltke sent his veterans to disperse them. There is positive crime in such a man as Gam betta being allowed to control the armies of France, and send them half armed and half organized against the trained troops and overpowering forces of Germany. . The spectacle of this man assuming these pow ers in a pretended Bepublic, is startling. The recent capture of 15,000 prisoners at St. Quentin, and the decided repulse of the sortie of 100,000 desperate, brave men from Paris, has at last aroused the people of that beleaguered city to a sense of the hopeless ness and folly of continuing the bloodshed against such tremendous odds. The mis fortunes that have befallen the armies of Chanzy," Bourbaki and Faidherbe, are known in the city, and, together with the failure of the last desperate sortie, have put the waters in motion. "We are told a council of war was held in the city at which Trochu announced that as all hope of help froni without was gone, he did not see the wisdoin of protracting the struggle. The first effect of this manly declaration was the creation of a military triumvirate, and the. acceptance, of Trochu's, resigna tion. Bui; finding the troops and better class of men in Paris of the same opinion as Trochu, ho Avas asked to return to his command and wait for peace negotiations, or further developments. Signs of discon tent are developing in every direction, and it is not improbable that disaffection in the army, even before actual suffering for food, will provoke surrender.1 'Trochu's' feel ing that unlesi some grounds for hopo are offered, it would be fully to hold out mere ly for a few days longer, and thereby cause the destruction of the best part of the city, is one which must be shared by every sensible officer in the army, and very soon be the means of bringing about peace. 0TJB CITY SCHOOLS. The levies for school purposes having teen provided for by the County Court, .nd the vote of the good people of the city, it becomes important to provide the ways and plans by which the fund shall be ju diciously Jexpended.. There could be no more effective way devised for depriving us of free schools hereafter than by an in judicious expenditure of the proceeds of the tax levies now authorized. If the money is ,Epent in. building extravagant school houses, or in hiring poor teachers at high salaries, the people will not be satisfied, as they ought not to be. To se cure schools hereafter we must see that the first experiment demonstrates clearly to every Impartial, man that public schools are not only the cheapest but the best that can be provided. We shall have at the outset, many difficulties to contend with and many prejudices to overcome. There are many people in Knoxville who will be slow to avail themselves of the advantages such schools afford. Some will refuse to send their children, because they consider the schools charity schools. Though they help pay for them through their taxes, they still regard them an charitable be cause open to all. Some good people will ctjsct to tfcein, because they will nof want their children .o assoeiatc . with poorer children. Still others will oppose them, because Uiey believe their children can be more benefitted at . private schools. But all these objections will in time bo removed. They have' been: raised in every other city where such " schools were inau gurated to supplant the private school sys tem, but they have invariably been over come by exper ience. . ' - In Maryland, the schools at first met with just the opposition ,they are now I meeting with here. The experience of that State may just now be of interest." There Is nothing, Siiys the Baltimore American that shows more" clearly the character o the revolution through which Maryland has been passing than the contrast between thecondition of the schools before the war and their condition now. Previous to 1865 the schools of Maryland were poor schools poor in quality, and patronized only by the poor. ' In most of the counties, the wealthy sent their children abroad ; the well-to-do kept governesses in their fami lies, or patronized private schools " and "academies," so called. What are called the middle classes of society allowed their sons and daughters to attend the public schools, paying their quarter bills, howev er, as an assertion of their independence, while only the indigent received (or would accept) free education. Six years only have elapsed, and now but few send their children abroad: not one governess is found for fifty that there used to be, and in a large majority of the counties there is not a sinnlc private school. The whole de pendence of the people for the education of the young is on the free public schools. If our schools fall into good hand, we aunrehend no trouble. Would it not be a. wise in our City Council, at an early day, to have their school committee invite some of our exnerienced school teachers and JL friends to submit tome plans and sugges tions for our future. city schools? . . The Louisville' Courier-Journal, in the following paragraph, makes an open con fession of the real difference between the two great political parties of the day. It reminds us of the candor of the late Mike Walsh, who said the grogshops were the chief nurseries of Democracy : " The great instrumentality through which Radicalism attains place and power is Mind, with a little assistance froniMoney : the great in strumentality through 'which Democracy attains the same ends is Ignorance. "Whcre- ever Radicalism prevails, there Learning nits ner classic head, and from ner ambro sial locks scatters intellectual light and loveliness abroad ; wherever Democracy obtains a foothold, there Ignorance erects ner snrines and her altars, before which her blind and ragged votaries prostrate themselves in the dust and sing prcans in her praise. It is not strange, then, that the Democrat who is true to his principles and ms party never approacnes a scnooi house without instinctively feeling in his pockets to see if he ha3 such a thing about him as a box or matches or a can of nitro glycerine. It is to the Democratic party the Ingush -- poet refers when he tells us that where ignorance is bliss it is folly to be wise." Which of these pictures is most attractive? Every American citizen can take his choice. mm : Cuke for A . Founder. A contributor to Coleman's 'Rural World says : "I send you a recipe for founder which, having used five years, I know to be too valuable to keep from the public. One tablespoon ful of pulverized alum, thrown back in the horse's mouth, just as soon as you find out he is foundered. Keep from water during the day. In every case I have tried it proved a cure." SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. y"E ARE AGENTS FOR ME WELL' KNOWN Queen Fire Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON. United States Branch Office f n w York. AL50f FOR MlUARi riRE lXSl'RAXCE CO., (Underwriter's Agency,) OF THE CITY OF SEW YORK. Bisks . Taken Throughout East Tennessee. MINSOX A BAILEY. PHILIP PHILLIPS, ; THE ... rOPtLAR AUTHOR AXD SLMiER, WILL CITE AX EVENING OF SACKED HONG, AT TIIK ' McthoWst Episcopal Church, linoxville, MONDAY EVENING JAN. 30, 1S71. J2T Smith's American Organ will be Used. M;TT FttOL'KKDS 10E CHRISTIAN ri'RFOSrS. Tickets, 30 Cent. - Children, 23 Cents. Reserved Seats to be procured at 0. B. Smith's Book Store 75 cents'. Tickets can bo had at the Bock Store of B. H. Rich ards &. Co. janlo-dtf. NEW FAMILY GROCERY ON ' Market r Square T HAVE JUST OPENED ONE Or.TIIE LARGEST 1 and best aborted etoekof . - -. i Ever offered ':y a retail establishment In tbia city, cm- .bracing - v; . SUGARS, ' -,; ; . ' COFFEES, . ' " . ." teas, ; ' SOAP, ' --PICKLES, Vegetables ., j ft and l r : Canned . iTttit DRIED FRUITS, ' . raisins, ... . :- '': :".: CURRANTS, .. .f , ; PRUNES. -, i ft JaA.1 JLfe, . IVoodeii Ware Of tTeiy description, Rice, Hominy. Silt, Tfch, Pearl Barley, for soups, c, Flour, Meal. Buckwheat Flour, and in fact everything to bo found in a fir?t-clris Gro cery Hou .. ; .r.' D. HEAKDEX, "- ' , jar.S-drf ; t . ; Xasf SIl lfRrkt $;cre.' Medical. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED ! A Remedy Found at IalhI ! IT WILL CUREY0UR COUGH I It will Prevent and Cure Consumption I That Cough, which vou are Neglecting, may result in fatal Consumption, If .some prompt remedy-is 13 not used. "Why sacrifice your life when your disease can bo cured so nulck, and at -so gmall a cost? What is the Value of Money when compared to Health ? ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM Is warranted to break up tho moat troublesome Cough in, an incredibly short time, There ia no remedy that can show more evidence of real merit than this Balsam, for curing Consump tion, Coughs, Colds, Asthma. Croup, &c IT ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS! It -A-cts on tlic Li ver I Which makes it more than a Cough Remedy 1 : llead the Following: ; - Marine City. Mich., July 27, 1870. J. N. Harris Sc Co. Dear Sirs: Tho Allen's Lub Balsam hu arrived. I would not like to be without it. for it has sared my life. I took a bad cold and a cough, and finally consumption was seated upon mo. I was in a very bad state. I tried everything that was re commended, and spent a great deal of money, and rot no help. ' I had the Allen s Lung Balsam for sale, but I knew nothing of its merits. I did not like to take it without knowing more about iL I had not sold a bot tle. When your agent called on me I told him I could not sell a medicine I knew nothing about, lie urged me to try it myself.- I did so, and to my grateful sur prise the first bottlo stopped my cough, and before the third bottle was taken my lungs were healed and well, and I can now speak knowingly to my friends and cus tomers of the qualities of Allen's Lung Balaam. I remain respectfully, L. C. COTTREL. It is only about seven years since the BaUam was first offered to tho public, and in this short time it lias become known and appreciated in nearly every town and village throughout tho United States and the Dominion of Canada. Hundreds of thousands of bottles aro annually sold, and thousands of witnesses testify to its unequaled power in healing the diseases that it is recommended for. " It is Harmless to the Mot Deli 7r icate Child! - IT 'contains no opium in any , . r , FORM ! I It is sold by Medicine Dealers generally. CxVXJTIOTV. Call for "ALLEY'S LUNG BALSAM," and shun the use of any other Balsam, as unprincipled men may deceive yon with their own worthless preparations. Call for Allen's Lung Balsam ! J.y. HARRIS dc CO., rrop'rs, CINCINNATI. 0. ' Fob Sale by E. J. SANFORD & CO., Knoxville. OLDHAM & HUNTER, 8. D. MITCHELL & CO., CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS, doca-tf. t E. J. SANFORD & CO., WHOLESALE SZALEBS JX Druggists' Sundries, Pahts, Oils, Colors, Varnish, Dyo-Stnffs, Fancy Goods, Parlor Matches i ' ASD - : WINDOW CLASS. We offer Superior Inducements on all kinds of PATEI1? OEDICIIIES, rxcixsixa Kosiettcis', Drakes', Oriental, Vinegar & Walton's BITTERS SOLE AGENTS FOR JAMES RIVER - AND TRENCH ; BROAD Merchants will find our Stock complete in all lines usually kept in a first-class Drng Store, and we guaran tee prices as low as at any other House, North or South, considering the Q.uali!y of thegood3:,, " "' " - E. X SANFORD & CO., ' KNOXVILLE, TDNN. E. J. SANFORD &, CO.'S GUARANTEED LEAD SiOCXOO JUST GOLD ! OFFERED. i - Our Bcst-oa TTenitim, Kotat&in Tsrrent and Snsw Irzziz of EAD, have been too long end lavorahly known to require commendation from us. Their excellence and high reputation has induced unprincipled men in tome cases to counterfeit and palm off worthless and impure articles fur these favorite brands. We fhall continue to. keep these popular Leads, put up exclusively for us, which can be relied upon as genuine. To protect onrsclres further, however, in the sale, and the public In the tue of a 4 STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD we are having an article manufactured which will be old esiT under our firm name and . WRITTEN GUARANTEE, pledging oureelTes to forfeit ' 100.00 , IX GOLD, if it containe anything else but pure Lead and OIL If you would hare the BEST, aik for; ' J ' 1 ' KjJiF0HDi;i'SiE5HTffOlEilO.; THE; BRIDAL CHAMBER J a T r Essays JPov Youiiff 3XcnV" GEE AT. SOCIAL JEVILSAND i ABUSES. Which interfere with MAKRIAGE. with sure meaDS ,f 7e,licf foJ t?e Erring and Unfortunate, diseased and charge. Address Howard Sanitary Aid Assocta npjr.o. 2 South ,uith Su Philadelphia, Pa, If yon want BilHIeads gotten Up in tho Iwf DRUGS RHME1U STBICTLY ONE P RICE -STORE! R. S. PAYflE A CO; SELL FOR C as h E x c Ins i v e 1 y AT RETAIL! KING'S CLOTH LACE GAITERS, $300! Never Bold in Knoxville' for less than All Goods Marked Down TO THE LOWEST NET GASH PRICE ! And will not be sold to the Rioh nor Poor BUT FOR CASH IN HA3STD At Hctoil. Everything in our. Retail Department is marked in . PJLAII FIGURES! j 1 And there U No Deviation in Price ! "We cordially invite all who are dispofced to buy Goods as LOW as they can be sold for CASH, to . ; .- .fl GIVE US A TRIAL. R. S. PAYIIE& CO. ... iypTBGHANTS ! y - Wll bear in mind that our Stock in the Wholesale Department will be larg-er than ever before. Mr. 1 McNultv, ' our ' New York Partner, left, this city yesterday to visit the Eastern Factories, and leave or ders for the. manufacture .of. our Spring Stock. .r .. . ... . . r II. S. PAYXE & CO.: II Jan nary 13 tf. afl Dissolution of Copartnership." THE COPARTNEHSmP HERETOFORE EX J LSTIXO under the firm-name and style of Ma bry. Turner k Co., is thii day diasolTed by Limitation. Th bmaness will hereafter be eoEducted under the same name and style, composed of Jos. A. Mabry, Sr C. Turner and Jos. A-Slabry, Jr. . - - . Parties owing the old concern are notified to call and settle their accounts within thirty days. The new firm will close the business of the old. - JOS. A. MABRY. C. TURNER. Jan. 2. l$SO.-janO-tf.) . 0. W. MABRY. Jos. A. Mabkt, Sa. - C. Tckkeb. Jos. A. Maviit. Je. ' GENERAL ' l Commission' Merchants, . - - y . NO, 4 4 GAY STREET, - .- ! KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, ... .i - " .' DEALERS IX : " BACON, LARD, FLOUR, Corn, TVheal, Oats Hay, COTJNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY. r Agricultural Implements, FIELD AND GARDEN REEDS, Plaster, Cement, Salt and Fertilizers. A Prompt attention will be riven t eon&lpnmcnta of GRAIN and (XJUSTRJf PRODUCE, and liberal Cash Advances made on the Eame. . RLTER 10 Tayior Bros., 17 Wall Street, Nw York. JL il. lie Oxxc Cash. 1st Nat. Bank. Knoxville. Jos. R. Mitchell, Carh. People's Bank, Knoxville. Largest Stock in the Southwest or MILL FURNISHING GOODS, THRESHERS, Reapers and 'Mowers SAWS AND SAW MILLS, Collins and Peacock Plows, BUCKEYE CIDER MILLS, , TFlUoughby Grain Drills, Car riages, Buggies, Carts and Wagons. Repairs kept on hand for Machines sold. jan6-tf ' rn. FOSTEKi The Mysterious Mystological CLAIRVOYANT AND SEER, WILL REMAIN IN TUB CITY" FOR A FEW r ?tty9 on'y Dr' waa oorn witQ tne wonderiul gilt of Second Bight, by which he ia able to reveal your part, prcaent ana future, and to describe persons, places and legalities in any Dart of th worlrl. Ha h hi olBceatE. 1. IIoss' Boarrling House. -. .All eoTamunications on business will receive atten tion. To iosura a prompt reply, end return postage amp. Addres?, P. 0. Box 316, Knoxville, Tenn. iani.J-a , , ; F. HEART & BRO CL O T H ING, Gents' Furnishing: Goods, No. 132 Gay Street,- (Oppcsiic Cowan, 3IcClung k Co.'a New Building.) KXOXVIIXE, TV.SX. jano dlwGm. . T NOTICE . ; - TS HEREBY GIVEN TltAT. ON TUESDAY. THE A 24th instant. I will proceed ' to sell, at publio sale, at the residence cf the late Charles Crouch, the PERSONAL PROPERTY, Belonging to said Crouch at tho time cf his death. - .. " ' nT TERMS: ; . .. ." ' PnilM- nf ?10.(V1 nndor C.i ' f) months' ered t. with interest. Notes with good securi ty to be given. January 13th. 1S71. : THOS. E. CHAMPION. janl5-d!0t AlminUtrateref Chas.' Crcnch; dee'd. ' JOIIX C. RAA'KIN, Jr , 'WITH . . - ! E. WELLS SACKETT, Stationer. Printer, , ENGRAVER, LITHOGRAPHER, ' . . . i - i -. . . . -. ". '.. ,, ., . am ... . . , .. , Account J Book': Manufacturer,? 58 A 54 VTILUAM, COR. PIXE ST., ;; t ISfEW YORK. ? . VELVET SHOW OAKDS, : - ' And Carbon and Manifold Papers, SPECIALITIES. noY-tf. THE BAL3I OF GILBAD ! A Discovery Tnsnrpossed in tbe Ann!i . J of History ! - - i - TS NOW IN THE HANDS OF CR. N. T. KR0U5, JL who ia extracting C A N C E XI S - ' " - ' In Forty-eight Honrs, without pain j insuring every ease ; charging nothing without a cure, and treating poor perons, unable to pay a fee. free of charge. . - OFFICE T . . .. In ha Drug Store, sou:hwe?t corner Atkla IIouso, . - KNO-XYII.LP..TENN.. Wher hVan ooii?qlted at all honrj. dwl-dtf. ?r.t:rTrh.i for th Ccio?TTa.r. r3XTOHTlVT SALE ralual)le Real Estate. CITY LOTS & BUILDINGS. - WrSU ASS OF A DECREE OF THE nov 1 ORA BLE Chaneery Cour. at LVtKiri.l?e, JeffJ county. Tennessee, we will sell to th hishett biddT? at the court house door, in Knosrflle, Tsnntffe, en" -TUESDAY, -MARCH I3tIVISlit Thef.'lI(mlnde?cflbJReatEifatio-It:' . i '.. u - "" The House en-J Let known as tie Bell II?ajc. a Main street. 4 Store House oa (Jay street; now occupied ly I. v Mcilullen Jt Co. , Two Brick Stores on Gay street, adjoining McGkee Block, near comer of Vin street, now ooenpied by Knorrille Gas Lh;ht Company and McCIunt k Leirie. Lot on the corner of Gay and Reservoir etreet3. Lot known as the Ten Pin Alley, on Market Sjnare, now occurred by Shropshire Co. and Martin s Br?. One-thud interest in the Pork House property. The Indies' Mill property."(Thu property will proba bly aold, nrst, in lots, then as a whole.) Half interest (or all. if the purchaser prefers? of rc3 of around adjoining the l air Grounds. acres i TtRMSOne-fburth cash; balance on eix and tJ9 month' time, with interest from day of 8a!e. S6t with approred eeenrity will be required, and a lien t tained until the purchase moner is paid. . GEO. M. RRANXEF. BEN J. M. b R A.VtfER. - JOHN TALBOTT, Escc-utoni of the late TVill, Ac of J. R, Branner, de ceased. . . . , . janl3-tf- MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON rs.viiLJior). tT Time Reduced. - DOUBLE DAILY TUAIXH! Making clore- Connections at Chattanooga to Meapbis and all pointd West and North weft, either by - RiverorRall. vBlRff Train from Cfeattnaoosrw Connects at Corinth with Railroads direct t$ Kt.L. and the Northwest. Horning: Train from Chftttnaooara Connects at Grand Junction direct for the same poiats. BOTH TRAINS connect at Grand unction with Railroads, lor Jakson, Vickebunr, New Orleans, and all points in Tejcae, and at Memphis with gteamboata to all point?. TRAINS LEAVE Briftol... ft: 47 a. Knoxvilla .l:i9 r. y. Chattanooga RrOO r. s. "TRAINS ARKIVE Decatur, Ala. 1S1 A. M. Conntb.Miss . f, - rmnd Janotinn. Tann , , a-j Memphis Tenn . 11:45 " Express Train leaves Chattaaooga... .Z:li " Quickest Time & Shortest Ronte to Memphis BEST ROUTE TO NEW ORLEANS A2fl) TE3-?. A Very Desirable Koute for Emigrants at Lo Special Eatcs. . Don't be Deceived by Taking Other Routes. i i i Xf5m Ample accommmlatloBS for large bedict of Eai grnnta plenty of Coaches at Chattanooga. Passengers by this route for Memphle will ears 73 miles travel over a rough read, and gain many hours time. . Tickets for :ale at all the Principal TVkrt Offices in the South. . A. A. BARNES. , General Ticket Agent. MensphL3. W. T. BELL, Passenger Agent Knoxville. nov2-dtf. . . Nashville ancKJhattanooga MSIIVILLE A5DAI,l50IlTnFESTER5 RAILROADS. SOCT1I. Day Passenger Train leaves Nashville at ft'JO x. it. Arrives at Chatunooga 7:10 T. m. Night Passenger Train leaves Nashville at 6:15 a. M. Arrives at Chattanooga 4:40 a. daily. . XOBTJI. . "v ' Day Passenger Train leavei Oiattanooga at 3. a. k. Arrives at Nashville 10 r. X. Night Passenger Train leaves Chattanooga at 1:00 r. n. Arrives at Nashville at aCC a. u., daily. . ' "WEST. Day Passenger Train leaves Nashville at 9J4 .. u. Arrives at Union City 9:1 t. and Hickman. Ky.. 10:30 r. M. Night Passenger Train leaves Na?hvill at ihM r. . &ZWC at yni,0 Cit' 9:20 A M -nd at Hickman, Ky. 10:30 a. daily. . - . f-This ia the Pwokt Roctb to Sr. Lock, and all points West axd Northwest. EAST. Day Passenger Train leaves Hickman, Ey at 5:00 a. m. Arrives at Nashville &00 r. w. Night Train leaves Hickman. Kr t 4-Sft Jr. rives at Nashville at 5:00 a. dafiv. . L. DANLET. Genl P. and T. Agent. " . hmS-tf. ! D. KIENBORTS, CABINET MAIMER ; -: AND ; ", Woo d Turner." T S PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF CAM 1; NET ATORK,. . v Wood Turninl? : Ripping - and Scroll. Sawing, . .: . ; AT 3I0DSRATE PRICES Mr. AI.mEI HO WES will have charge of the Cabinet Department, which it a eufieient guaraBtee that persona orderirt? Furniture will gtt nothing but first-ela,s work. The patronage ef the cttiaetsef Knoxvilla and vicinity isrespectlully solicited. 1T Orders from any point on tho railroads leading outcf KnoiviHa wiil bo promptly attended to. Give meacaiL - ' , , . . . cpt2l-&a , TIIEt BATTLE HOUSE. T HAVE LEASED THE HOTEL LATELY K50WN J as th Btacey House, f-nd will henceforth conduct it in the most approved style. - The patronage of the public generally, and ef my eja friends particularly, who have stood by me so truly in the past, is rejpcctfully solicited. I promise tm cordial reception and a ccmlort-ble home at the Battn House. . JOEL A. BATTLE. It win be seen from the abovo that I have lea J ta Stacey Ho so to General Battle. In retiring from tht position which I have o con pied for several years in this city. I desiro to tender my thanks and kind wis to old friendi. and. to earnestly entreat a continuatie? of their patronage to my successor, as tne whowul make their t y with him comfortable in evtry rr?t" janl7-dtf-w eow . - J. E. STACiTf. Physicians1 Visiting Lists for 1871 ETERT PIITSICIAX SHOril) Hi YE OJTB I Tew Books Just at Hand. iLAMMOTH CAVEi byFomood, INVITATION HEEDED, by Stone. GINGER SNAPS, bv Fanny Fern. ADIRONDACK, by J. T. Headly. MYSTERIES OF ilASONRY, . by Re- . nold3. - CAGED LION,- by Author of Heir of Redclyfle. -MAUPRAT, by Georjre SantLj. VIRGINIA TOURISTS, by PulJanL HELEN GARDNER, by Marian Harlan J A Good Stoek of LAW AND: MEDICAL BOOKS - . Ob Hand. - " Call at the East Tennessee Book House. dccl-tf :ri-:r - . IT. II. ItlCHABM. -i ricron Titxun powebs; . - . : Dbao axd ttacrtaa b'Awa: .Cotix axo Cob Grcshkss: - Feed CcrrJtas a-to Fern StSAliiEa. CO RS SBEtLB3 A5D BKLIA" Sulttly first elasOIaehlnei and warrand. Manulkctnrvl by Blmeyer. pay Co., Itn fipld.O. Blymyer, 3foroa A CjjMinnau. y Crralars r.f stcri trith rtfiM'. Ttn: deri-4Awnn