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UELlSr LODGE- So. 16S. kToThMmU first and third Thursday nights of each month at Xemtoala HalL corner Church and Uey SI reeu, Vf. vf . Liftwlch. H D: Emil Qeorge. Reporter. V. O. ?. V. eKACE COJt MAX DEBT. No. 1. UniUd Order of the (ol lea Cross, meet leTory Tues day nignt at lemperance ilalL D, H. Weaver, a it. A. Brown. K. of K. r. a. it. V TAX WELL LODQJS. NO. 33 Stated Com- lX moicatioa upon first Thursdi oa month at Mali oa Broad street. moicatioa upon first Thursday aigat ol l II Waar.r. Seo'y . L- U. Kogaa. W M. KJ maaioatioa apna second Thursday night of Ma month atHalim Masonic lemple. U 0 ajaire. Seo'y H S rVoodwarJ.W.M. r ASTER'3 LODGE. N0.241-State4 Comma- iX nicat'.on spun third Monday night of each noatn at iiall id .Masonic Teraple , iu AlcCroikey.See.y, U M Aiken. W M. PHARL CHAPTER, NO. 4, R. A.M. Stated Convocation upon first Monday night of aatL nostt at liail ta Masonie Temple, a J lodl.aoc'y. W. A. Qalbraith. II P. OETTB -- LION C0MMANDERY.N0.9.- J buadCdaola upon tocond Monday night ioach month. Meeting for drill upon Friday atrhtot each week at hall in Masonie Tempi, eta J ld t. Hec'r Ii M Aiken, n u r7ASUD COUNCIL 270. 59, R. and S. M. Zi stated Assembly upon fourth Monday atf ht of each moath in Hall at Maaonie Tempi, c.tfo'.u, RWt. S a woodward, Ihr. lli-ai. i. o. o. r. ti AS AST TENNESSEE LODGE. N. 34 Meets L'ueeday nights, at Odd Fellows II all. west tide. Market cvjuare. u W Lcwis. Jr.N U;LiJ Mrnttt. v U; E w Adktni. K d: v xi salmon, Perm't Seo ; Jne S Baxters. Treasarer. FRIDAY. NOV. 8, 1S7S. THE RESULT IN TENNESSEE. Judge Marks is elected Governor 1j a large majority, how large, it ia impossible to tell. The indications art that there Trill be about the same number of Republicans in the next Legislature as in the last. The re suit is not different from "what rre expected. During this canvass we have not hesitated to charge that the policy being pursued by the Democratic party in Tennessee meant repudia tion of the State debt. If we vere wron vc will be slad to know it. We shall look with interest to Jude Mark's mes3ae on the sub- ject and the action of the Legisla ture. They may deceive us, and take an honest course. We trust ther will. What we have been saying has not been for political affect merely, but because we be lieved it. Unless the machine, as run for the past eight years, is re versed, repudiation is inevitable. PROMPTLY CHANGING FRONT. Those who have paid any atten tion to political matters in this country m the past half century, will not be surprised at the capacity of the Democratic leaders to change front in the shortest possible time. The party is a regular " doublc-en-der," and can run in one direction as well as another. Wc advise our readers to preserve the speeches in behalf of irredeemable paper money, made by Democratic stump-speakers in the canvass just closed. They will be interesting reading two years hence, when Democratic poli ticians are trying to prove that they Mere always iu favor of hard money, as they will certainly at tempt to do. They arc governed by a single motive and that is, to get into pow er. They surveyed the whole field before goin into the canvass of this year, and decided that their road to success was through the greenback movement. They set to work at once to secure the greenback vote. In every State where it was at all safe to do so, they adopted greenback platforms. They didn't do it in New York and some of the other Eastern States, for they knew it wouldn't win. " But the cx centions were few. The leaders fell into line and talked for green backs. Senator Thurman, who had always been a consistent hard money man, turned a complete som ersault and vied with his Uncle, the venerable William Allen, in advo cating the greenback theory. In doing so, he lost the best part of a "ood reputation. His best friends were humiliated to see him doff the garb of the statesman and clothe .himself in the habiliments of the commonest demagogue. But he wanted to be President, and thought that the greenback or "Ohio idea," as it was called, would land him in the White House. But the "Ohio idea" failed, and with it Mr. Thur jaan failed. It is not likely he will ever be President. The time for a change has come. The verdict of the people is for an honest currency. Democratic edi tors will turn their coats and come out for honest money now, seeing that the current is that way. Already we see evidence of it. On the morning after the election, the JJashville American, the leading Domocratic organ of the State, come out with a strong editorial against "fiat" money. Next it will be quoting Jackson, Benton and Andrew Jonhson to prove that the Democratic party is a hard money party. Bat can they deceive the people in the future? If they do they must give better evidence than their own unsupported declarations. They must speak by actions as well as words. For instance, in Indiana, where the Legislature is Demo cratic, and a United States Senator is to be chosen, if such a rampant irredeemable paper advocate is elected as D. W. Vorhees, then the professions of Indiana Dcmocrecy in favor of honest money would amount to very little. Words arc easily spoken, especially by Demo" cratic politicians. Actions speak much louder. In his speech at Cumberland, Maryland, a few days ago, President Hayes gave us an idea of our export trade. He said : "Take the article of coru. Six years ago we exported 54,000.000 buahele, now &5.000.000 bushels; wheat G,000,, 000 bushels, now 72,000,000 busbele; Hour 2,500,000 barrels, now 4.000,000 barrels; cotton 953.000,000 pounds, now 1.007.000,000 pounds; bacon 246, 000,000 pounds, now 592,000,000 pouuds; pork 57,000,000, now 71.OO0.C00 pounds. The total Increase In six years is about $140,000,000. Results of a Democratic Congress. Some of the results of the at tempted legislation in Congress last winter for the reduction of the tax on distilled spirits and tobacco, are shown by the annual report of the Commissioner of Interal Revenue. The collections for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1878, were $8,3G7,231 below the receipts for the previous year, and the following table, forwarded from advance sheets by the Washington corres pondent of The Graphic j proves that the falling off was almost en tirely confined to distilled spirits and tobacco: 1S77. IS'S. Spirits f.i7,4G9.43w $50,420,503 Tobacco f.... 41, 106,547 4i.084,529 Fer'd liquors 9 4S0.789 9,937,052 Banks, banker. 3,8'.;! 729 3.492,031 Stamp., peiJHt- lien, etc 7,loS,Ga9 7,155,201 Totals $111,995,184 $111,089,319 Pending the result of that agita tion the manufacture largely fell off, and the consequence was an ac tual loss to the Government of nearly $3,000,000. In January, when the reduction of the tax was first proposed, the receipts, which had been running with regularity, fell off about $2,000,000 ; in Febru ary, 1,500,000 ; in March, nearly $2,000,000; in April, 1,000,000, and so on until Congress adjourned. The agitation of a revision of cus toms duties by Fernando Wood re sulted in a similar way with refer ence to the receipts from customs, and the country would have been nearly 20,000,000 richer to-day had not these two Democratic schemes been proposed in Congress last winter. The country can not afford to have lnasy more such leg islative bodies at Washington. Talmage Described. A correspondent of the Boston Travuler thus describes Talmage as he delivered his sensational sermon the "Night side of New York and Brooklyn Life:" "Mr. Talmage doubtless docs a good work, with all his eccentricities. His people love him and believe in him, but to an impartial observer, accustomed to country simplicity of manner, he appears like a monkey afflicted with hysteria. Never did I hear hymns read so badly: never did I hear a text roared out at an audience as he with shoulders raised, and arms tragically folded, bellowed out "Jeremiah' ! ! ! after a moment of profound silence, as if yelling for that venerable prophet to appear. Then in a calmer tone, and shoulders in normal position, 'eighth, twentieth then lower still, in a stage whisper. 'The summer is ended.' . He walks the platform, he swings his long arms, he starts forward no words can give an idea of Talmage." Chinese Punishment. It is a rule of the Chinese Six Companies of San Francisco that no Chinaman shall open a wash house within a certain distance of one already established. A China man infracted the rule, and was or dered to close his shop. He re fused. Next he received a formal notice that he must move and pay a fine of 20. Still he disobeyed. Soon he was missing. After a long search by white friends he was found chained in a cellar, where he had been left to starve. He was released, only to disappear again, and it is supposed that, by order of the secret tribunal, he has Deen murdered. The SanFranciscoCAroi- icle Touches for the truth ot the story, and adds that many such could be told. i Lo ! the poor Indian ! When he goe3 home to his cheerless wigwam in the wigwam in the evening he has no dime novel with which to while away the weary hours ; no friend next door to come in and talk politics ; no medical almanacs to read; no New York papers ; with full proceedings of the racy Vander bilt will case ; no money in a safe, for masked robbers to break in and steal ne civilized pleasures of this kind. He simply hangs up the bloody scalps he has captured du ring the day, beats his squaw with a club, wraps a buffalo robe around him, and lays down to pleasant dreams. If a pale face comes with in half a mile of his wigwam, the slumbering red man snuffs him afar, awakes, and goe3 out and shoots him full of arrows. Nor, JTeraM. A. Good Incoinn for Som Eiif-rK-Mc L.tktij or OrniUmio, The Ohio Scale Works, of Cincin nati, have just completed and are now introducing to the public, under the title of tbe UNIVERSAL FAMILY SCALE, an article that has always been needed in every household ; and, in a communication addres?td to the publishers of this paper, the proprietors ask ua to refer them to some reliable party who will represent them in in troducing it to the people of this coun ty, j i is very seldom mat a new ar ticle steps so suddenly into universal favor. Housekeepers are loud in its praise, for it possesses the merit of be ing always ready; there are no weights lo nunt up ana adjust, is always reli able will not get out of order and is an ornament to the kitchen. The de scription is simply a base surmounted by a hollow column, in which works a spiral spring so scientifically trausred and adjusted as to weigh anything up to twelve pounds with perfect ac curacy, un me top ol the u iluiuu is the platform on which the articles to be weighed are placed. I5y the mere turning of a screw the tare of thedish, plate, or whatever you may use in weighing, is taken out and the net weight given. Housekeepers at once seeits value in weighing sugar or fruit, in making preserves or jellies, or in testing the butcher's orgrocer's weight, and the thousand and one cases that occur where something that should be weighed accurately is necessary. The Scales are handsomely painted and bronzed, and are sold at about one third the price charged for the inferior scales of tbe same capacity. It seems to us that nearly every family in this county would want oue, and it is cer tainly a rare opportunity for some smart and energetic party to pick up quite a nice little income during the next few months. The Company has agents in no more favorable location who are making $5.00 to 5G.00 per day, and there are certainly several in this viciLity who can do as well. We recoiu mend such to address the Ohio Scale Works, Elm and George Streets, Cincinnati, O., and all information, etc., will le cheerfully given them by mentioning our paper. Re ! Decetvxl When jcu are su'ericu from biiiousnes-t. tarpid liver, or induction, apply for "Dr. C. McLane'i Celebrated Liver Pill." See that tbose aCtlil letteis areon ona side, with ths words "Fltmiog Bros., No 21 Wood street Pitt- burgh. Pa.." and a faC simi.it oj'the Crrn'd Nare attached round the edge. W ithcut F euan 13r8.." on them they are a fraa 1. So ITou no worm oirar Printing ? If not, why? A few dollars will liny an Excelsior .Portable Prces, Type, Ink, all com plete, eimply arranged, with wnich Card?, Lab els, Envelopes, Billheads, Circular?, Etc., can be printed at QUABTEli printers' prices. It jHiyt and is pleasant to have your own printing apparatus. Send 0 cts. ( two stamps) for full, illustrated catalosrne. lo the Manufacturers, KELSEY& CO., West Merhten Conn. Tresses S3, and upward?. nov2d4w A! iSTS WANTED FOR DR. MARCH'S NEW ttX)K From Dark lo Dawn. In this new volume the Popular Author of Night 1?c.nk3 i ran liiBLS pertravs with vivid ni thnllirj frca the events of Sacred Truth and adds fresh testimony to the beautr, pathos and sublimity of the Storiss of the Bible. Asents will find this Coo k with its rnarklinr thoughts, beautiful engravings, and rich bind ings the bftt in the mark- Tern s Liberal. Circulars Free. J C. cCURDY A Co.. Cincin- aati. O. noT2dlw ELEGANT VISITING CARDS for lOcfs Acents wantei. Ou' lit 13ets, Agents can make money E, E. It ETIiti. Seymour Ind, nevzdlw L. C. SHEPAEB, fL -?" UNDERTAKER, orner Maine and Walnut sts., Keeps the largest and finest assortment o Caskets. Cases and Coff.ss, Burial Robes, Emblems and Mountings for the same, in this end of th State, as well as The Finest Qearse in tbe State ! And am prepared to furnish every article used in Undertaking of the best quality, and as cheap as anybody, I am also prepared to kee? bodie in a good state of preservation for days, it deeiLre. Special attention paid to shipping bodies. Orders by telegraph fiUed at once, Motto Can't be exceUed I Won't be undersold II xWdfcm L. C. 6HEPARD. Cbancery ourt at KnoxvUI?. No. S189. R. C. Cummings. Jr.. et at., against Jos W. Sneed et al. In thiseaase it appearing from the original he bill which is sworn to that the defendants. John W. JCldridge and wife, e"annie L. Eldridge. and Thomas K. Sneed are non-residents of the State of Tennessee so that the ordinary process oflawcinnotbeserveduponthem.it is there fore ordered by the Clerk and Master that said detendants appear before the Chancery Court at Knoxville on or before the 1st Monday of December next, and make defense to the bill filed in this cause er the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to them. It is further ordered that this notice be pub lished in tbe Knoxville Whig asd broniclk for four consecutive weeks. Tnis 16th day of October 187$. Atiueeopy. Tet. ootl6wH M. i. PATTERSON. C. & M. 25 rAHHIOXCLE CABD no two alike with name, lta. 20 Scroll, with name, 10o. po paid. Agents' utfit, lc GKO. L REED CO.. Naa. N. T. J OB Work Done Neatlv AND PBOMPlLT AT THE CHBONICJ1VE JOB OFFIC CLOTHING!! Clothing! Clothing! ROB'T VESTAL Has now in store,152 Gay street, one of the largest stocks in the city at prices that tleiy competition. I have this rtay put them down to such prices as will induce you to buy if you will come and examine the following: 4 8 styles Suits at $ 4.00 each. 5.00 air 10 10 20 20 25 25 6.00 " 700 " o en all wool, o.uu 10.00 " 12.50 15.00 25 different stvles all-wool Pants. $3.00 to $6.00- v . 20 different styles Fine Coats and Vests, $0.00 to $i.uu. The largest and best stock of BLACK DRESS SUITS. Excelled bv none, and at u , prices that will satisfy all. A large stock of Blue and Black BEAVER SUITS, OVERCOATS ifl great variety. White and Colored Shirts, the very- Best. U NLAUNDRIED SH IRTS.he best in the city and defy a comparison. a Come ana examine my large stock of BOYS' CLOTHING. No trouble to show Goods. ROB'T VESTAL, Opposite Hawkins. Butt, DePue & Cos. ALV1N BARTON Hm just returned from NEW YORK AND BOSTON, and has now in store a magnificent stock of DRY GOODS FOR THE Fall and Winter Trade, The Handsomest line of DRESS GOODS l-ve- put upon his count ers. Ulaelc itucl Colored CLOTH, ".tidlew'CJotlis and Cam;l'H Hair Olotli, Colored Brocade Silks, AND tilk and Wool Suitings. in raiterns for Polonar3. FLANNELS. Wool and Velvet SHAWLS- A splendid assortment of Ladles' Misses and Ctidren'd HOSIERY, Fancy Zephyrs and Hand made Woolen Wraps and GoodH, Ladles Cloaks and Cloakings, Sea Islnud nd Bleached DonieHticM, im-l 1)-4,10- 1 lieetiiiir 'A t inch lel and Cril Blankets and Comlbrt Tlie lftre- esc ucNt and cheapest; and Cliildreu's Merino and all wool UiDER9lIIItTS and ali . EIlS. Qeiit' 'a:n iliHI at.d unlaundried Wbire Bit ills the Lest ud cheapest iu the market. HANDSOME NEW Carpets and Oil Cloths, C U It T A I IV GOOOS. RUGi, MATS; Ac, Best Anker Bolting Cloths, All Numbers from 1 to 11. MY DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT 13 under the charge of an experienced head, and suits for ladies and children made promply. and in the latest New York and Boston fashions, and at very modest prices. All orders by mail promptly and faith- iuny auenaea to. ALVIN BARTON, C AY STREET, Opposite the Lamar Houee, KHOXVILIiE, TENN. aprillldly la the Cbancery Court at Knox ville, Tennessee Martha J. Kidd "gainst M. D. Bearden, M. A. Walker. J.seph H. Walker et at, TNTHIS CAUSE IT APPEARING FROM 1 the return of the Sheriflf oiKnox county that the defendants. Joseph H. Walker and S. C, Walker are non-reaidents of the State of en net see so that the ordinary process of law can not be served opon them, it is therefore ordered by t-e C.erk and Master that said defendants appear before tbe Cnancery Court at Knoxville oa or before the first Monday of December next and make defense to the bill filed in this cause or the 8am wi I be taken for confessed and set for hearing; et prte as to them. It is farther rrdertd that this notice be published in the Knoxville Whir and Chronicle for four con secutive weeks. This 30th day of October. 1474. A true copy test. oct30w4t M. L, PATTERSON, C.: A M, AND SAY IT BOLDLY, THAT WE SELL LOTH AND GENTi Cheaper than any other House in the State, : i c ilc uJ,,Ga ments are much superior in fit and manufacture to the Cloth ing generally offered. we qo Dusmess amereni irom omer estauuBiiiucuw v houses do a credit business, and sell goods on a large per cent- age, wnue we sen ior casn at very smau prom,. c speculate upon the unfamiliarity of people with the quality or price of goods. , . We have but ONE PRICE, which is marked in plain figures on the goods. From this there is no deviation, You can run no risk in buying of us, because we refund the money to dissat isfied purchasers, when goods are returned within five days, and in the same condition as when purchased. . We can fit you all, Men and Soys, no matter what your size or shape, in SHIRTS and UNDERWEAR, as well as in CLOTHING. . Come and see how we do business. Come, and bring your friends, your families and your neighbors. We will gladly show you through o jr stock, whether you wish to purchase or not. 8. T. ATKIN. 5 ---?.13 i I : I ill STORE ATVX FACTORY, IV o. 1Z5 Gri.Y SUtEET oetldtf KNOXVILLE. TENN. FALL AND WINTER. OWAK. McCMJMG & CO. Offer complete lines of DRY GOODS to Mer chants at New York prices. WA$, BIcCLUNG & CO.. Offer to Merchants Boots and Shoes at Boston prices. A!so a full line of Hats a Eastern prices. COWAN, MeVLVMi & CO. Make low prices to Merchants on Hardware. Notion Department is vantages are otrereo 10 r.iercnanis in tins ue-partrneni COWAN, mcGLWNG tfi GO. Will guarantee satisfaction on all orders sent to them by Merchants. KNOXVILLE T-EIVIVEsliiJE. Fire Insurance Company. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. o D. A. CARPEIVT1FR, Prrsldent. I it. JIcCLI'AG, Vice President. . A. ADUtM), see. & Treas. DIRECTORS: JOSEPH JAQUE3 C M. JJfcGUKE, E.J.BANFOKD, AK-JtrKBY, w. w. nwunuir, x. 11. FINANCE COMMITTEE: JOSEPH JAQUES. E. J. SAKF0RD, C. M. McGIlEE. STOCKHOLDERS: n. M.McGUEE. E. J. SAN. OttD. F. II. McCLUNO. W, W. WOODRUFF, M. L. BOSS. GEO. AV. A LBERS, . B. LUTTELL, CHAS H. JaHOWjV, C. E. LUCKEY. R.T.WILSON, JSr G EARNEST. K. M nllEA. J. K iloifclE, D. F. A, J. ALBEhS. W. A. ANDERSON, R O JACKhON. D. T. BOYNTON. JAMES L.GAINKS. JOS. T. McFEER. S.SALTMARill. W. F. WASH BUlia. J.W. GATJT Produce and Commission Merchants, DEALER8 IIV Wheat, Oorn,Oats, Hay rFlour, Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Dried Fruit, &c, 203 Gay Street. Prompt Attention Solicits Orders for ALL KINDS PRODUCE. iiil2deodly. THIS KEW ELASTIC TRUSS Hu tt Pd dIScrIn: from all otbsn, to eup-cbape, with Seff-Adjatthiy Ball o tna brniv, mne taa g J in center, aaapu ukii 10 au poaluont eon PBf ! Bill ra th. mm JUST AS A PERSON the Hernia is bold Recarely daj and uigtit. and a radical cur cer tain. It la easy, durable and cheap. Sent by mail. Circulars Jree Fnnlpcfnn Trnctt Tn J rhloann 111 TbE f IfiBEB. Wllh lixkt preaaura septl7dCm NG G GOODS , A . The 4ne-Price Clothiers," Opposite Cowan, flic Clung & Co'g. W. T. REPASS. MANUFACTURERS DEALERS IS ALL KINDS OK CABINET PrlPRICES REASONABLE, 42jFurnituro exchanged for Country Produce, McCLUNG &COS very full, and great ad- "W" S Hj Ha IES JOS. II. EABNEST. F. W. TAYEOR Sr. S B. LUlThilLL. H. C- JAChSuN, McCLUKG, D. A. CARPENTER C. E. LUCKEY. JOSEPH JAQTTFS. JOS. II. EARNEST. A. J. M0UNTCASILE. S. T. LOa N, R. t5. PAYNE. JAMES OtONNEE, K. N. LOOD. JOHN K HAPMAN, R.C.POWKLL, THOSL. WILLIAMS ROSS. J. V. FULKbRSON. D A. CARPENTER, A. UAJUWhbL, F. W. TAYL'tk, Sr.. a W. PALMER, M J.CONDON. UUdH MARTIN, B. F. EARN ST. TUOS. O'cONAER. N. BOOaRT. J. W. L1LLARD. &-SON, to Consignments. MANCHESTER LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. Established 13o3. Manufacture all kinds of Locomoiires. and have recently purchased of the Aruofkeag Mannfao turing Co. all the patterns, patento, and the good will for the mannfaotore of their, celebrated Steam Fire .Engines - and Apparatus, and are now prepared to . receive and execute r dTi promptly, Send for deeoriptiye oireaUr. , " ARETA8 BU)OD. Agent. . B3t20I1t Manch ester. N.U YOUR ATTE I hava justreturnsd from the Eastern Markets with the finest stock of Oil Cloths. LACE AND DAMASK CURTAINS, Table Linens, Towcle, Napkins. BLANKETS, O 0 FORT V HLIOS. White and Colored BED SFB.13ABS, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Ladies' aaJ Children Under-Vest3 and Drawers, EVER II0W! IS THI C1IY and at iri:es AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Call ami sec me or Bend 3"our orders SAMUEL B. BOYD. AL-0 A flM.KMHD LINE OF Clack CasSiam s, Rombaziitfs. (rapes am ClackI hibet i ha wis. S, B. BOYD. octl2.itf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IJnloro "Von liirl, INSURE ngainst ACCIDENTS Get an Accident Xieset or Ye :rl To'i'Tln the TRAVELERS' At Local Ascucy or Railway Station PIANOS XKD ORGANS iVXZ?;. Great Reduction to close out preent riork c(2' 0 iew and teci. nl-band Instruments of first ol ii maker. tiil'v warranted and at prioei that Dil r CMelUll U.N for caxh x inftal inertly AGKnI n WANTVD for W T:hs,' MU'KK 1UK liiiLL H.U A N bmI PI No Illustra ted Catalogue Maiit-d Hi. HACK WATfcKS A. SONS Ma ulucturera and Dealer- E Hih Ft.. N. Y. A!o Central Agts. fur MiOSlNUKKS Celebrated O ROANS. Awar l. ! highest j.rize fit Crnfriintal Eirx'''"" f"f ft i cJincii qiuihiiei nti') rj-xrllence otl liutinff etiur ' ' I fit. j) ff'l jlivnriiig. Th. bt tohvra vr uia.l '. Al i.nr l.Iirn trij t'ftje lnrk tt rlocly imiia,l h i i.itr..r fr.H, i.e J,icJt'i itmt U on fv.'iy 1 . 1 1 1 H..l,i I, v fJI dal.r. him! for lurslc tree, to C. A. jAtnaO.- Co., M1V., I'ettl.buH, V $7; A DAY to Acents oanvasMnir f .rhe "ir- dress 1", O. V1CK' LttY Aucusta. aine. 8ipe i?TTn. icrmi and Uuttit tree. Ad IVfUnpapcr crttslii? Xln rcan, It) j: te tJ., Y. T All forms of Kiilnoy an I Urinary diSMii. Pains in tbe Back, Side mi Loitu are t'O-f f.vely cured by GRANT'S REMEDY, its tfFects are truly marvelous in Drop sy, Gravel, Urlhi' dinerine, Kemiual losses, Leucorrbtea, urn! lout vior, no matter of bow lot :; Ihihuk tbe eae may be, poitiv.- n lit f bmi in from OD6 to tbrte Do not df'rfpair, hesitate or lt;ubt f r it i ready 21 spe cific and uevei f.i',A. It U purely a vegetable preparation, by its tiiuiy use thousands of cast n tbat bavc been considered iucurabie by tbe most emi nent pbysiciaus, liave beeu perma- nantly cured. It 5 a!to indorsed by the regular physicians and medical societies throughout t tie country, sold in bottles at two dollars each or three bottles which is euouirb to cure the most aggravated case, ent to any ad dress on receiptof five dollars. Hmall trial bottles ot:e dollar each, all orders to beaddrt a-)Kl to Grant's Rcmoiy Manufacturing Co., 554 Slain M., Worccsfer, JIhm. july2i'.dl w4iu DR. 5. II. P. LEE'S MTR TIG t'lUKS STOXK AN11 O li A VEL, UA 1 1. STONKS, IIAI5ETKS, U O V T, EX LA KG E MEXTOFTIIE PltOS TATE (iLAM), an.l in its incipient starM, IIRIUII-rS DISEASE. fTKAUK makk. 1 DISSOLVES STONE AND GRAVEL In tbi; Kidnrys, Uver mi l lll:tler. It ia now for the tir.-it tJiuefiventotlie public a a cure for the most ilislrpssinc- ki! nrr afr.vt inns. Ponil for ramr h let to depot of thoH. it. 1 LEli X)MPAN Y, No. 40 Clin: ouI'iace.X-.'W York tiiT. Hold by druggist. Sold by Sar.ford. Ctttmberlain A Albers, june2)d J123 FOR SIMCIKC CLASSES. 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