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KNOXVILLE, TENN TUUSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S, 1 872.
FOREIGN NKWSB THE CABLE.
Miscellaneous and Vashingtou News.
: HOME NEWS.
BE.rOllTED IXOIAW COLORADO' MARSA
t'nrthcr Details the Metis Disaster.
TorEKA, Kansas, September 2.
The Daily Commonwealth lias the fol
lowing Indian news from Colorado : E. H.
Stanley, of Fort Larned, arrived in this
city last evening from Denver. He reports
that on Monday last a government train,
consisting of thirty-six mule teams, loaded
with army supplies for Fort Lyon, -was
proceeding along Dry Cteek, between Car
eon City and Fort Lyon, Colorado, under
command of Steve Bryan, the wagon mas
ter, and while in the valley at Dry Creek,
the train was mired in a sink, and while
thus detained, a raid of two hundred Arra
nahoe wariors, under command of their
Chief, Little Raven, made an attack,whlch
equals in outrage aud ferocity, any in the
anals of Indian massacre. The wagons
were bumed.and all the contents that could
be carried off were taken . The mules were
run off, and fifteen men belonging to the
train was left wounded or dead on the
bloody field. Mr. Bryan was skinned alive
from head to foot by the savages. Besides
these there are fifteen men missing. They
are supposed to have been carried into cap
tivity. The train was under the escort of
Lieut, McFarland, of the Sixth U. S. Cav
alry, with one hundred men, but being
uine miles in the rear at the time of the
massacre, no protection could be afforded.
Mr. Stanley was with the escort, aud Yheu
it arrived at the terrible scene the savages
were just retiring over the hill beyond,
whirling their tomahawks and shouting
in mad glee over their ill-gotten gains.
Washington, Sept. 1. The Govern
ment sells a million gold each Thursday,
aud buys a million bonds each Wednesday
The best account places the loss by the
Metis at 40 to 50 persons.
One hundred and thirty delegates to the
Louisville Convention wrere there last
night. The convention meets at 10 o'clock
San Franc isco, Sept. 1. Prof. Agassiz
and party gathered one hundred thousand
valuable specimens of mineralogy, botany
and natural history on the cruze of the
steamer Hassler. A thorough survey of the
bay of San Francisco M ill be made and the
party will then break up. Most of them
are returning East overland.
New York, Sept. 1. The complete list
of passengers of the Bienville with the
crew shows 02 persons lost and 30 to be
heard from. Seven persons were drowned
when one of the boats capsized, while leav
ing the vessel and nine more were drown
ed in the surf at Elenthera. It is hoped the
36 in the boat not yet heard from have been
saved, as there has been but little wind
and slight sea and the boat was adrift in
one of the great highways of commerce
where it would be likely to be picked up.
A Stonington dispatch says 107 persons
have been saved from the wreck of the
Metis. Twenty-live are known to be dead
and twenty are missing.
Sprino field, III., Sept. 2. The boiler
in Scott's mill, twelve miles from this
town, exploded on Saturday afternoon, in
stantly killing two of Mr. Scott's sons and
severely injuring several other persons.
New York, Sept. 2. A Detroit disptch
says that city is invaded with roughs who
have accompanied ArthurJChambers and
Billy Edwards from New York, They will
leave this city on Tuesday night by
steamer and will fight at daylight on Wed
nesday for the light weight championship.
The fighting ground, it is said, will be
somewhere in this neighborhood, Jem
Mace is also expected here and Ned O'Bald
win will arrive to-day; It is stated they
will settle their controversy in the same
ring. Barney Aaron, Tom. Allen, Mike
McCoole, and other prominent , pugilists
are among the crowd. r
Louisville, Sept. 2. This afternoon in
the rotunda of the Gait House Col. Blau
ton Duncan casually interrupted the con
versation between General George A. Cus
ter, who is here to attend the opening of
the exposition, and Dr. J. M. Kellar, a
prominent physician of this city. A short
conversation ensued,in the course of which
Duncan declared he had been offered half
a million dollars by the Greeley party to
bnak up this convention.
Custer responded that the other party
must have ottered more, and that he could
prove that Duncan had saul that the whole
thing was a bargain and sale, and if he was
to be sold he would sell to the party that
w ould pay the highest price, Duncan re
sponded that Custer's informant was a liar
Dr. Kellar said I am responsible for the
statement and demand a retraction.
Duncan refused, when Kellar struck him
violently in the face. Duncan reeled but
did not fall, catching by a chair, with
which he attempted to strike Dr. Kellar.
Several blows passed, when the parties
The O'Brien delegates from New York
Rev. Mr. Spurgeon,of Eugland, h ex
rected to visit America this fall.
A Detroit special says that Chambers
and Edwards will light on an island forty
miles from there, and on Canadian soil.
Gen. Dix. who arrived here to-day from
New Haninshire. states to a reporter
that he received a letter notifying him of
his nomination for Governor but a tew
davs aaro. and would shortly reply thereto.
In regard to his acceptance of the nomina
tion, he said he had yet to decide that
point, but possibly he should accept.
Brownsville, Texas., Sept, 2. The
valley stock raisers who have been giving
important information before the Board
of Commissioners left yesterday." Fears
are entertained that they will be attacked
by Mexican out-laws, a conspiracy to that
cirect having been discovered. The aggre
gate claims before the Commissioners re
ported are over eight millions.
The Germans of thi3 city celebrated the
auniversary of the battle of Sedan to-day
with various festivities. The following
was sent by the cable to Emperor "Wil
liam: " The German Landwehr Verein, of
New York, celebrate the glorious day of
Sedan, and hails William the victorious."
It is estimated that four cabin passengers
and seventeen steerage passengers on the
Bienville are missing, with 'A number of
be crew. ' - . , : .
Cholera iu India Semlon of (he Iiiteroa-
w ' tlonals, Ac.
London, Sept -A , dispatch from
Bombay reports cholera raging-- in many
places in India, and numerous deaths
daily, from the scourge. . 1 - " .
Paris, Sept. 2. The; court martial sit
ting at Versailles for the trial of Commun
ists, passed ' sentence' of ; death upon
Lieuts. Francias and Cluzrelbyeason of
their contumacy in refusing to appear and
answer grave charge against them.
The Hague, Sept. 2. The Congress of
the International Society is to convene in
this city to-day. . All the principal mem
bers of the organization are here. The
Philadelphia branch of the International
is represented by Mr. William West. Con
gress will remain in session until Saturday
next. . ...
Munich, Sept. 2. A crisis has occurred
in the Bavarian ministry, aud the mem
bers have tendered thir resignations to the
I'M . "
The Three Per Cents Called In. -
Washington, Kept. 2. JudgeLbuis
Dent attacked Mr Reed, one of editors of
the Capital to-day with a cane on account
of an article in yesterday's Capital, charg
ing Mr. Dent and his brother, General
Dent, with being concerned - in securing a
consular appointment for a pecuniary con
sideration. The Secretary of the Treasury has di
rected thafc$l,ooO,000 of the three per cent,
temporary loan certificates be called iu,
the interest . on which will cease October
31st. ' "--I- -.
ANDY CROSSES THE RUBICON.
He ftlatuls by the ConsUtntion and the
Andy Johnson made his promised speech
at Gallatin on Saturday and "Crossed the
Rubicon" as the Union and Amcricon ex
presses it. He had a crowd of three to five
thousand and went it strong on the "dear
people" and "the Constitution."
I was nominated by the people. I know
that, in times gone by, no candidate dared
present himself without the permission of
conventions and caucases. I repeat, that
I appear before you. not as a candidate nor
through the machinations of caucu snor
convention, but I appear before you, being
C resented by the people, and may I be so
old as to say then, without asking the
permission or consent of either -King Cau
cus or anything in the shape of a conven
tion. Loud applause. I have accepted
this standard wnich has been presented to
me by the people. In times gone by if any
dartd to declare himself the people's can
didate he was denounced as a demagogue.
will fight it out on this line.
But I am here as the people's candidate.
They have placed their standard in my
hands and I intend to carry it through to
My property went into the sequestation
courts and my negroes Avere couliscaten.
Ultimately I lauded in the Presidential
office, with ample power to fill the prisons
with rebels. Did I look for them who
stole my property and shot at me? Thank
God, 1 extended pardon to all. I liberated
Co.OOO rebels. I saved millions from con
fiscation by amnesty. I levied contribu
tions lor tne starving widows and orphans
of conscripts. I levied on those who had
equipped rebel batteries and bought uni
forms. 1 don't make defense, but want
to make a lodgement in vour minds.' I
levied contributions. I did it on the prin
ciples of eternal justice and humanity;
and I would do it again. You Confeder
ates present, wouldn't you have done it?
juries or "yes.")
the bloody: chasm. -You
have heard talk of "shaking hands
across the bloody chasm." I don't want to
look into it. I see too many of my fellow
countrymen in it. I want to see it closed
so tightly as to leave neither seam nor mark
upon it. Let us stand as one fraternal
brotherhood,- observing no bloody chasm,
having one flag and a union of our whole
military aspirants to civil office.
The country is being formed into rings.
but I never was so fortunate as to get into
them. I always had to fight them. There
are the rings Of the generals, North and
South. While in times of war. we must
have soldiers; but in times of peace we
should have civilians who understand the
comity of the country. Because a Gen
eral has shown some little qualifications
for war, it does not follow that he; has
qualifications for civil office. . If Jie has
no qualifications, tne simple fact of his
having been in a war gives him no quali
The Connecticut Tobacco Crop. :
From the Hartford Courant we glean
the following: ..;.,.
"The farmers of East Hartford aud vi
cinity are just now in 'a blaze of excite
ment' over the unprecedented yield and
uncommon excellence of their tobacco
crop. The crop which is now being cut
and harvested is undoubtedly the largest
and most prolific ever-raised there, 'and it
3 i.fcumatea by good judges that this year's
crop, taking the prices of last year as a ba-
ms, win net the farmers from a million to
a million and a half of dollars. This seems
an enormous liomro Knf nd-m-ui
statement is not an over-esti-
Maine. A letter has iust hopn vn.i
in this city by a gentleman of unquestion
able reliability ,who is at present eno-ori in
the political canvass in Hon.Eucrene?fnlp,
district. He writes in the most Mattering
manner, and says irom personal observa
tion that Maine will give Governor Per
ham about 15,000 majority, and thinks that
Grant and Wilson will carry the State by
even a lanrer majority. In Mr. Hale's dis
trict the Greeleyites have united all their
forces,' but the writer feels sanguine that
Mr. Hale will be returned by a large ma
jority. Washington Chronicle. ; ; ..
TTat.t. nv PvlUT. f!TT APTTCR. No. 24. It. A. M
Companions : There will be a meeting of
Pearl Chapter this (Tuesday) evening for worK
P. H. P. Jno. W. Paxton will deliver an ad
dress. A full attendance is requested. , By or
der of the M. 12. 1L P. N. S. Woodwabd
Secretary pro tern,
Hamblen County Convention.
At) a ? meeting of the Remibl leans of
Hamblen county in convention assembled
at Morristown, Tenn., Aug. 31st, for the
purpose or electing delegates to the lie
pubublican convention to meet at Nash
ville, September 4th, 1872, the following
proceedings were had : - v.
. On motion Col. Joseph Browii was call
ed to the chair and Walter P. Brownlow!
requested to act a Secretary. ;
The chairman, after stating the object
of the meeting, appointed - the following
delegates to represent Hamblen county in
said convention : Col. John Murphy, Capt.
John H. Trent, G. H. Boj'd, James Hale,
i. B. Hale, .Sam. J. Uoucb, W. S. Bewley.
T. C, Miller, and W. C. Witt, i
On motion the following resolutions
were unanimously adopted : i
llcsotccd. That our delegates are hereby
instructed to uso allj honoroble means to
secure the nomination of lion. Horace
Maynard, of Knox county, as our stand
ard-bearer in the next race for Governor,
and Maj: O. H.Pettibone.of Greene county,
as : ourr candidate, for: Congress ,for the
State at large. v;:
Resolved; That a copy of these proceed
ings be furnished the KnoxviHe Chroni
cle, with a request that said paper print i
the-same. '.,.. i
Resolved. -That in case none of the above
delegates attend said conventiou.that Wnl.
Rule, of the Chronicle, be instructed to
cast the vote for our county according to
the above resolutions. .
On motion the Chairman and Secretary
were added to the list of delegates. The
convention then-adjourned sine die.
Joseph Brown, Chairman.
W. P. Brownlow, Secretary.
At a meeting called by the Knox county Ke
ublican Executive Committee, and held at the
Court House in Knoxvillo September 2d,
1872. for the purpose of selecting delegates to
the Nashville Convention, of the 4th inst,
Cant. M. D. Bearden was called to the chair
ana II. 31. Aikpn elected Secretary. .r ;
The object of the meeting having been ex-
Jilainod to be the selection of delegates to the
lepublican Stato Convention, which meets in
Nashville upon the 4th inst., upon motion of A.
S. Prosser, Esq., the following committee was
appointed to prepare and submit to the meeting
a list of such delegates,, to Vwit: A S Prosser, J
P Doyle and'V F Gossett. " - ! 5
lho committee, having retired tor contcrcnce,
returned and submitted a report, embracing the
following names which, upon motion of C. D.
McGuffey, Esq., was unanimously adopted :
1st District, lion, lloraco Maynard, William
Rule, L. C. Houk, T. M. Schleier, W. F. Yard-
ey, James r). Kay, iidward Livingston.
2nd. W. A:' A. Conner, Park Baker. '
3rd. Bryant Burton, Thomas J. Buskheart.,
4th. Thoma3 Karnes, S. J. Tarver.
5th. Traverse George, John Lester.
0th. W. Y. Cox, John M. Conner.
7th. George M. Karnes, Wm. McCloud.
8th. J. "M. Bishop, Charles W. Karnes.'
4Jth. Charles Howard, V E. Hedgecock.
10th. Ben.' Doughty, J. A. Ruble.
11th. AVm. Price, J. Bargcr.
12th. Joseph A. Cooper, David Richards, W.
13th. James.Mjdonx, E. P. Pedigo.
14th. J CGiffin, W n. Burnett.
loth. Wilson Johnson, Wm Haun.
lGlh. Wm Brown. Sterling Rose.
17th. M W Huffaker, Alex Leek.
18th. P H Skaggs, G M Carter.
l'Jth. A Smith, Adam Hodge.
20th. K M Hall, Hazel Hill.
21st. L D Johnson, Henry Haync.-;.
Upon motion the convention adjourned nine
die. M. D. Ukardex, Chairman,
H. M. Aikkx, Secretary.
m am m
i ,. i , I.6cr1 Miscellany.
1 The Supremo Court mcct3 in this city next
week. . ' :
The weather yesterday turned warmer and
the scavengers arc happy.
(Quorum Court was in session yesterday.
Our "Facts About East Tennessee" will be
found on the third page of this issue.
: "The tobacco interests of Knoxvillo are look
ing up. Col. Lcflwitch, with Mr. Ducloux, and
McCallum & Co., are manufacturing all grades
of the weed.
On Sundavnizht the down frejeht train ran
off the track near Chatata, breaking a rail and
damaging the trucks of the tender. The acci
dent was promptly repaired and tne passenger
trains made their connections on time.
The new building on College hill is being cov
ered. It presents a fine appearance, and every
thing possible is being dore to get it ready for
use by next week, when the fall term opens. .. .
lhe derrick in the stone quarry where the- cor
poration hands aro gutting out. rock for the
Clinch street bridge fell yesterday, seriously in
juring one of tho workmen.
f - '
Board ' One Dollar per day. Hack fare fruin
McMillan's, One Dollar.
omitii k croft, Levees.
- Dr. I". II. Crdwell"s v
Dental Office, West Sida'Markct 'Square, front
rooms Mcller's building, up stair3, north of P.
Itprinetion of Fare.
Tn lho future I will convev passengers over
mv nmnihu line, between Marvvillo and Mont-
vale Springs, for one dollar each way instead of
one dollar and nny cents, as nereioiore.
viill-tf. 1. . Ivkys.
A comfortable house with nine rooms, good
cistern, &c. Apply at this omce.
Ice at Two Cents a Found.
I am" now prepared to furnish the public with
ce - r , B. W. Reedkr,
vilotf Corner Gay and Clinch Streets.
AXXOUXCEMEXTS OF CANDIDATE, i
Wcara authorized to announce lion. A. E. GAR
RETT, of Smith county, as a candidate for re-elenion
to represent the Heconu congressional iu-wiciui
nessee, in tho Eorty-Third: Congress of the United
States. Election on first Tuesday in November. iSii.
Lost Cheek, Uhion Couktt. Tens.,
Mnv 8th. 1872.
lt'niTnti! Cuon-Kirtw TVnm ihn flolicitationS of ft
great many of my friends of the 4th Senatorial District
to become a candidate to represent tnem in uo ow"
GAtnA T haw .iithnno. vAt. nnnnnnA HIT n&IU6 U
a candidate for the game. The district is composed of
tue counties of Anderson, uramger, unox pu .y""
A. J. DAVAVJJi.
Senator, 6tlt District.
At the solicitation of manv personal and political
friends of this and the adioining counties, to become a
candidate lor State Senator from the 6th District, you
are authorized and requested to announce my name as
such. The District is composed of the counties of lxu-
uun, monroe, McUinn, Meigs, iradley ana rom.
Respectfully. i -v-
, , J. CALEB MORGAN
Cleveland, Tcnn., August, U72.
We are authorial tn .nni,,. ri IT. T DICK a
candidate to represent Jefferson county in the lower
branch of the next General Assembly of Tennessee.
We are authorized and requested to announce the
name of Hon. L3AAC C. DYER as a candidate to rep
resent the counties of Union. Campbell and Scott in
mo ueuerai zvssemDiy, at the ensuing xxoyemoer cicv
tion. ,f . ,
Charles O'Conor intimates that' be ..will:
not run for Governor of Hew York,' but
says he shall not positively decline until
the nomination is offered him. He is
equally reticent about Louisville, but his
friends say he will accept the nomination.'
Borne of the New. York delegates are pledg
ed to work for him, and r all are favorable
to his nomination. iV. Dispatch of 29th.;
From Abroad. A ' telegram x to the
Richmond Dispatch says : wayne Brown,
agent of the Southern . Express Company
at Athens, Tennessee, about four years
ago absconded with $10,000 of the express
company's money. He returned to Athens
from the South a few days since.1 Brown
is in the last state "of c6nsumption,and says
he has come home to die. ;
! The New York Tribunr, in its joy at getf
ting Jerry Black into the Greeley, field i
forget to read his letter carefully before
printing it,and actually indorsed the opin
ion advanced by Mr. Black, that the
amendments to the Constitution aro a bill
of attainder and are "frauds'! from which
Mr. Greeley's electiou will free the coun
.try. . - r , ' y 1
' ' Since the rustic arbori erected by :Mrr"Eiflcr
in rear of his Restaurant, have, becu covered
by f beautiful, climbing plamSi and -'since the
foaming Milwauko Lager i3 gladdening every
body's neart, it is a pleasure to sit down in them
and enjoy a real cool and del ightfuL,- retreat
from the dusty and ever-heated streets of ,the
city-'--' ' -"-' ' i !
Mr. Eifler, by his great iqdustry and untiring
energy, has succeeded in building up a solid
and -sound business reputation, and we can
cheerfully recommend his establishment to the
community at large.- viii22lf :
Advertisements . .. .t
Arc generally read at this season of the year. ;
THE PUBLIC LIBUUiY OF KENTUCKY
Second Grand Gilt Cornell.
DAY OF THE DRAWING -'FIXED.'
tio FONfponenient from September 23tb.
To the Public: -.
The Trustees of the Public Library of Kentucky be
ing satisfied from the large sale of tickets already made,
and the daily increasing demand for them, that there
will be no occasion for postponing the second drawing
in the Gift Concert in aid f the Public Library of Ken
tucky, have instructed me, as their agent and mara
ger of the Gift Concert, i say to the public and ticket
holders that the drawing will positively take place on
September 23th prox., and will not be postponed. An
active demand for tickets comes from every State and
Territory of the United States, and from the Canadas.
giving assurance to the Trustees that no circumstances
can prevent a drawing at the appointed time,
Auflicifint clerical force is engaged to keep up with
theerders for tickets, and in order that this office may
be relieved of the immense rressur incident to the
business for the week or two immediately preceding
the drawing, agents &iccially, and those desirous of
procuring tickets, are requested to send in their orders
immediately, as sales will have to be closed in time to
make tho necessary preparations for the drawing. It
is the wish of the management to fill every order for a
ticket, as well as to sell all the tickets, but thoso who
app'y first must be supplitd ; and, if those who. put off
buying until sales are closed, have their money return
ed, instead 6f the tickets ordered, as in the first Gift
Concert in December last, when thousands of dollars
that came too late were sent back, that they will have
none to blatuo but themselves. -
TI103. E. BRAMLETTE.
.. ' Agent Tublic Library Kentucky
Louisville, Kt., August 19, 1872 eodlitw2t.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ,
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..BY MAIL. 25 CENTS
4 GEO.R ROrJELMCa
l U PARK ROW
Stockholders' Meeting. ,
East Tenxe33x e, Va. A G a. R.R-.
Secretary and Treasurer's Office.
Kroxville. Tehn- July 13, 1S2.
rr-i t l :..- .r Cnlrlinl.-lr8 of
iiie regular niiui ctuhuhvu v. ,ww f, -T i
the East Tennessee, Virginia anu ueorgia
Company will be held at the company's depot, in the
city of KnoxviHe, on Wednesday, the 4th of S-ep-
i . i ..il, D M All KtnkhnlilerS
wishing to attend said meeting, will be passed tree over
this road to and irom saul convention.
jy28tdm JAMES u. ailitiiiXiiju. J.rc-.
IV. O. THOMAS,
rravticnl Klwte Roofer nnd leIer In All
lilncls or American ninic lor atvvi
' - Injr l'urposes. ,
Plain and Ornamental Slating
Executed on short notice at low figures -."
nrnmntlv iHanilivl tA mil wnrV ffUarantrCd
For samples of slate Md prices, address me at my office
287 Chnrch Street, NRshvlIIe, Tenn.
W. 0. THOMAS.
Refers o A. C. Bruce, Architect, Knoxville, Tenn.
W. r. WAS? H BUBS.
L. C. HOCK
' WASHBURN & HOUK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Solicitors In Chanccrj'
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF
Knox county, and in the Supreme Court of the
State, and in the United States Courts at
Also, in the counties of Anderson, Blount. Campbell.
Roane, Loudon. Sevier and Union.
Office At Maynard VVasHhurn a w v-
jun29dw3ia . " ;
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v&. sgg rffy
GEX. CHE1THAM AFTER ASDT.
He Writes Ills Pleee nnd loke Aniy .Un
der the Ribs. ...
, The Kashvillo papers of' Sunday contain
a.card from Gen. Cheatham on the race
for Consress' He , says the Convention
was regular and he proposes to stand a3 a
candidate! 'He says.'--
I believe that to act well is mora impor
tant and beneficial than to speak well, and
I have endeavored throughput my life to
act well in whatever. I engage. ,
I have heard but two objections urged to
m v elections rjrsiai is oDiecxea mat a nave
been a soldiera General officer. My coun
trymeu,is thero any force in this objection ?
When I was a little boy my mother put in
my hands -Weems' Life of Washington,
and taught me to believe, that the charac
ter of -that great citizen-soiaier was:a.
model for, every' American youth. . ( .J. . 1
Fellow-citizens, if I. had been one1 of
those quasi military men who took a posi,
tion in the rear, and abused his power by
tyrannizing over helpless women and dis
armed citizens, ' the objection would be a
crood one. 'But! made no war on the de-
5 . -m- 1 - 1 - . '
fenseiess; l never aisturoea meir jjeauu
hor wasted their property ; no citizen can
raise his hand and say I ever sougnt to op
press him. When borne down, by over
whelming numbers, we were iorceu to sur
render, and the war Was ended, I accepted
the situation upon the honor , of a soldier,
and returned to the pursuits . of peace. I
am now a farmer.and nothing more. -
The second and only other objection that
has been urged against me is that a man is
wanted who, in the language of the objec;
torsrrcan , "make Rome howl.". Fellow
citizens, if Tennessee needs such a man in
Congress, the objection is a grave one, for
I have neither tho peculiar talent nor the
aspiration to become an agitator or a poli
tical gladiator in Congress. ,
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T!.:. ..nrtunllsil rA.lir-ino ij warrnntrd not to Contain
a single particle of Mercury, or any injurious mineral
Bubstance, but is ...
p UftPTV VflTja it lia irnviil il rin.i value in
i in xvx.a i. iijiuj " - o ,r
n j: V. T.twb Hai-ii a .nil h invtYK. 1 hOU-
eand. of the good and great in alt parts of the eouotry
vouch lor iu wonaenui ana peculiar power iu vuiuj:.
ing the Bi.ood, stimulatiiy? the torpid Liver and Bow-
lus. and irapunmf new j.ne ana visor t uia wuviv
system. SIMMONS' KJSUUlAiUli W ac
knowledged to have no equal as a .
the same happy proportion in any other preparation,
viz : a gcatle Cathartic, a wonderful Tonic, an unex
ceptionable Alterative and a certain Corrective of all
impurities ot tne Doay. ouca eignai succusa iu k
tended its use, that it is now regarded as the
GREAT "UNFAILING SlMSUU'iU
or Liver Complatxt and the painful offspring the rcof.
to-wit: DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION. Jaundice,
Bilious attack?. SICK HEADACHE. Colic. Depression
of Spirits, SOUR STOMACH. Heart Burn. Jcc, Ac.
Regulate tne Aaveranu prevent
: . , CHILLS AND.FEVER.
Siiiinion' Liver Regulator
Is manufactured only by
J. II. ZE1IIN A CO..
Hacon, ha,, nnd rnllndelpblA.
h-w TTiii.;r. ttostaee paid.
fl prepared, ready tor use, in botues, fl.w.
SOLD BY ALL DKUGUI5T5.
JtW Beware. of all Counterfeits and Imitations."
For sale by T. C. HUNTER and E. J. SAM OliD
CO., KnoxviHe, Tenn. . -
KnoxviHe, Monday. SeptV 9th.
31 13 IV AG ISIfcllS,
300 Wen ami Horse!
200 Living Animals!
"Wild and Tnmed Bead', and
20 Massive Dens!
Filled with Wild Animals.
' AXD j
Under Two BigTtnts
Completely separated from each
other, constituting Two Im
mense Pleasure PaviUions.well
ventilated, cool and elegantly
arranged, capable of holding
WOO people, who can view the
Wonders of the Museum or pass
in and behold the performance
of the Hirpodroiue.
One Price and One Ticket
Admits to Both Tents,
To the Menagerie. Museum and
Circus, to the Three Separate
Shows, to the whole Grand Car
avan, Great Circus and Ornitho
logical and Zoological Insti
tute. . Admission, $1.00; Children
Awnlt the Advent of the
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p Drugs and 3Iedlclncs. ,
The many evidences of extraordinary curcslthat are
. daily reported as effected througbjjic
Keady Relief, and Perfect Port ative Tilla, in written
testimonials from all parts of the world, surpass iu
wonder the most extravagant miracles of enchantment.
Physicians and medical men in all countries pronounce
these wonderful remedied 4 mystery, that neither their
science of analysis or chemical skill can explain.. True,
these medicines effect the most marvelous cures, and
restore the dying to life, and relieve the most wretched
pain-suffering victim of his tortures, in from one to
twenty minutes, and although they know some of the
ingredients of their composition, and Dr. Radway has
published their formula (withholding only two newly
discovered root) still both French. German. English
and American chemists and pharmaceutists utterly fail
with the same ingredients as prepared by them. The
great success which these wondertul remedies are con
stantly achieving, lies in the great secret of combining
the ingredients together after exercising dee care in
selecting the pure and genuine roots,
Fnch wonders of Modern Chemistry as tho SARSA
RILLIAN RESOLVENT, READY REL1EE k RAD
YVA Y3 PILLS, are without parallel ia the history of
medicine, for there are some infirmities and diseases
that are considered as Incurable, and sure death. Yet
the most astounding cures have been made through
these remedies of some diseases that have never been
known to be cured by medicine. .
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, .WHITE SWELL
ING, Tumors in the Womb, Stcmach, Ovaries, Bow els.
Bright 3 Disease of the Kidneys that have been pro
nounced incurable, Cancers. Ulcers, Swellings, Stone in
the Bladder, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers and Sores
of the Bones, Rickets so deeply seated that no other
medicines have ever been known to reach, have been
cured by the SARSAPARLILlAN RESOLVENT, aid
ed by the READY RELIEF and PILLS. -
-- Palsy, Paralysis, Dry Gakgbxsk that threatens a
living death daily rotting away of the limbs and flesh
Diabetes, Involuntary Discharge of Water, Fungi in
the Bladder (the Emperor Napolen's disease). Tortur
ing Pains when discharging urine, RHEUMATISM.
GOUT. NEURALGIA each and every ene ni these
complaints though but few out of the many other dis
eases, Radvay's Sarsaparillian Resolvent has cured
and ia daily curing in all parts of the world.
In one word, any disease no matter under what
name designated, that is nourished or increased by Bad.
impure, depraved,-weak, thin, watery or poisoned
blood-can be cured by RAD WAY'S SARSAPARIL
Dr. Radway & Co. have never claimed one-hundredth
part of the curative virtues for their remedies as 13
ascribed to them by the people who have used them
for bear in mind, only such dueas es and complaints as
Dr. Radway, after successful treatment with their rem
edies knew they would cure, were enumerated in their
curative list, so that m&nycf the extraordinary cases
that have been reported awakened as much astonish
ment in the. discovery of their remedial agents as in
those who had been rescued, from death, and mad
whole and sound. : ,
As many-persons discredited their extraordinai
power, from the fact of their disappointment ia theuso
of other advertised remedies and some believed it
impossible for simple medicines made only from vege
table substances roots, herbs.tJtc should possess sue
marvelous power: Yet they can readily comprehend
that the simple grasses of the field, after undergoing
the chemical process of distillation designed by nature
ia the cow and churn, furni.-hes us with buttei cer
tainly the most abundant fat, calorio or heat-making
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making con
stituents for the human body.
But when those people who first doubt the efficacy of
tha-e remedies commence their use, they become their
most earnest advocates. -!
OVARIAN TUMOR CURED.
Never has a medicine taken internally been known
to have cured tumors either of the womb, uteri, ova
ries, or bowels; the knife has been the sole reliance in
the hands of experienced surgeons; but Dr. Radway V
Sarsaparillian settles this question. For it has cured
over twkstt persons of Ovarias Cysts and Tritons,
aa well as Tumors in the bowels, uterus, womb, liver.
Dropsical Effusion. Ascites, and Calculus Concretions.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER -from
a proainent gentlemanf and resident of Cincinna
ti, Ohio, for the past, forty years well known to tho
newspaper publishers throughout the United States :
New Yobk, Oct. lith, 1S70.
Dr. Radway Dear Sir: I am induced by a sense of
duty to the suffering to make a brief statement of the
working of your medicineon myself. Forseveral years
I had been afiected with some trouble in the bladder
and urinary organs, which some twelve months agu
culminated in a teribly afflicting disease, which the
physicians all said was a spasmodic stricture, in the
urethra as also inflammation ot the kidneys and blad
der, and gave it as their opinion that my age 73 yeare
would prevent my ever getting radically cured. I
hid tried a number of physicians, and had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both alopathicand homeopathic,
but got no relief. I had read ot astonishing cures hav
ing been made by your remedies; and some lour months
ago I read a notice in the Pbiladel phia Saturday Even
ing Post of a cure having been effected on a person who
had long been suffering as I had been. I went right
off and got some of each your Sarsaparillian Resolv
ent, Ready Relief and Regulating Pills and com
menced taking them. In three days I was greatly re
lieved, and now feel as well as ever.
C. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, Ohio.
W O R S.
The only ture remedy for Pin, Tape and other Worms.
Price one dollar per bottle. Sold by Druggists every-
Wh"C R R R
KAD WAY'S KEADY KELIEF
Cures the Worst Pains in from One
Not one hour after reading this advertisement nred
any one suffer with pain.
HADWAY'S KEADY RELIEF
Is a sure cure. It was the first and Is the Only Taia
ltcmedy tnat instantly stops tne most
AL.UkTS INFl.AM.TlATIO.MN AW1 LIlK-
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or of tt.
glands and organs, by one application in from one 1
twenty minutes. .... .
No matter how violent or excruciating tne ra-nu t
Rheumatic Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled. Ncrvo
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer.
HAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
Will afford instant case :
Inflammation of the Kidneys. Inflammation of the
Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowels. Congestion
of the Lungs, Sore Throat, Difficult Breathing.
Pal pitation oi the Heart, Hysterica, Croup.
Diptheria, Catarrh. .Influenza. .lead
ache. Toothache. Neuralgia. Rheu
matism, Colds. Chills,
The application of the Ready Relief to the part or
parts where the pain or difficulty exists will afford eaie
"aTSWM t a half tumbler of Water
Will, in a few minutes, cure
Cramps. Spasms, Sour Stomach. Heartburn, Skk
Headache. Diarrhea, Dysentery, tohc.
Wind in the Bowel.
And all Internal Pains.
Travelers f hould always carry a bottle of Radway 's
Ttclicf with them. A few drops in water will prevent
sickness or pains from change of water.
It is better than Ircnch Brandy or Bitter3 as astim-
Fever and Ague Cured for Fifty Cents.
The e is not a remedial agent in this world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and all that Malarious. Bilious
Scarlet. Typhoid. Yellow and other fevers (aided by
.had way s rwsj so quicx as luuiway s iieaay juelier.
50 cents per bottle. ....
Dr Railway's Perfect : -Purgative Tilh
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the cure of
all disorders of the Stomach. Lier. Bowels, Kidneys.
Bladder, Nervous Disease. Headache. Constipation.
Costiveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliou?ne;s, Bil
ious Fever, Inflammation ot the Bowels, Piles and at 1
derangements of the internal Viscera, warranted o
effect a positive cure.
. . PURELY VEGETABLE. .
Containing no Mercury, Minerals, ordetetenous drugs.
Oberve the following symptoms resulting from
diseases of the digestive organs : Consumption. Inward
Piles, Fullnesa of th Blood in the Head. Aridity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgujt of Food. Full
ness or Weight in the Stomach. SourLructations.Si"
ing or Fluttering at the Pit Pi Stomach, Swimming
of the head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation,
when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs before the Siht. Fever and Thai Pain in the
Head. Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Chest, Limbs, and
sudden Flushes of Heat. Burning in the Flesh. A rW
doses of Radway's Pills will free the system from alJ
the above named disorders.
Price, 25 Cents per Box.
n- SOI.I BY ALJL imUUtiISTS.-S'
Head Falr and True. Send one letter-stamp to
RADWAY k CO., 42 Warren, cor. Chuach Street, New
York. Information worth thousands will be sent yoo,
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