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KNOXVILLE, TENR: SATUEDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1878.
iCJ J.r.BABMAJlIf, Architect and
ri! Builder, will furnish Plana, Speoifl
it XT CI cacl0D. and Drawings of every elaa
XZEE of Prirate and Public Buildiars.
FSiPl an nPrintond their erection ai
ir. T.. r r.L rqaired. or will erect and complete
price. Ofice on Bol'.erae etreet,
weat of Broad street. Satisfaction
F. P. AT WELL, Agikt
Heme Inaorance Co. NY. Asaeta '2"'f J
Continental do do do SS2??i
Franklin of Philadelphia, do 3,SO.!5
nvinRD.cnAMBESLAIN A ALBERS.
J Wholesale and Manufacturing Drufgiaia. Pro
prietors of Or. Uart'a JfamUy Meaiemea.
WM. M. BAXTER. (uccesor o Baxter A
8on Attorney at Law.ofiee Exchange and
n-nflj.it Bank Bauding. Practices m the Wouxts
rrHORNBURGIJ.k McQUFFEY. Atierneyfat
I Law. and Soli:itora ia Chancery: OSceea
PrtTiee treet.opp 'ite co?m-".
OP TEMPLE. Attorney at Law. at hia Old
Offl-t. KaatM'deof Gaj Street near the lea
i denee of 8. 'A. Atkin. Cna.-gca moderate.
EC. LOCKE. So. 23. eut iide Market Square
. Commi-ion Merchant and dealer in Family
9rocriei Country Produce bought ind sold.
" VOTARY i'CEUC.
Offlce at the Et fenneasee National Bank.
IS THE FINEST
COAL COOKING STOVE
la this market. Tho.e n ic th m eay they are
THE "EUREKA" COOK,
Cannot be arpaajel in fini-Tn and durability. It.
u tarnahcdwim AUlOMAflU OVEN iillfLP
PALMETTO SI EP STOVES,
And other Coal Betters.
We have io a ock fall line of STOYi 3 and
PLAIN and SlAMPhL"
which we sell CHEAP at Wholesale and Retail.
Oire us a call or write to us.
HAVEY, ROLEN & CO.,
West Side. Marktt Square.
fectT KNOX ViLLF. TENS.
One Congressional district in Kan
sas gave 12,000 Republican majority.
It really begins to
"solid South" means
as if a
Connecticut deserves the thanks of
the whole nation for electing Gen. Jo.
Hawley to Congress from a district
heretofore represented by a Democrat.
The filibuster, Beehe. of New York,
who distinguished himself by his
wild revolutionary actions two years
ao, has been elected to stay at home
The Nashvilie Banner attributes
the defeat of the Democracy in Penn
sylvania to Senator Bayard's bard
money epeech made in Philadelphia
a few days before the election.
Andrew O. Curtin was 'defeated
far Congress In Pennsylvania, in a
district which gave 5.000 Democratic
majority r.t the last election, by a
Greenbacker. Curtin is a renegade
Republican and his apostasy has net
added to bis popularity.
The latest returns from Illinois
show that the Republicans have car
ried the State by 5,000 majority and
gained three Congressmen. The leg
islature has a large Republican ma
jority, and will probably elect Gen.
John A. Logan to the Senate.
We regret the defeat of Cap. S. P.
Rowan, of Blount, as reported by our
correspondent this morning. Capt.
Rowan made a splendid canvass, and
took a bold s'and iu favor of honesty
In both the S te and National Gov
ernment. The Democratic Presidential race
course Is not fco much crowded as it
was. The cipher dispatches and the
October and November elections
thinned them out. A dark horse is in
order, and the Courier Journal thinks
Kentucky ought to have the honor of
Since writing the editorial on our
seijoud page we have received the Cin
cinnati Gazette of Thursday morning,
which pu?s down the next House as
Nationals .. 8
In this the California delegation,
which will not be elected until next
September, is put down as it now
stands, two Republicans and two
Democrats. Of the Nationals five are
Republicans and three Democrats.
It la proposed by tbe Catholics of
Chattanooga next Sunday to have a
service for the dead, beginning with
the offlce for the dead in the Church,
and then the absolutions on the grave
of Father Ryan, and immediately
after Father John will go to the ceme
tery to perform the sacred rites over
ry Catholic grave.
Acts of VioloacB by Desperadoes iu
Daike County, Ohio.
Another Daring Day-light Robbery
in New York.
$25,000 Offered for Recovery of A. T.
Wade Hampton Seriously Injured
Whil8 Deer Hunting.
London Daily News on the
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. There ia
great excitement in. Darke county
over acts of violence recently com
mitted upon a number of residents
of that county. Some months ago
a man named Green was murdered
beside his wife at Palestine by a
band of Regulators. Afterward a
n a TkT ! w
man named a. xaiKenDusn was
ordered to leave and did so. On
he 8th of June last a band of 30
men went to tne nouse oi oteve
White, colored and kidnapped
his son William, whom thev
ook to Winchester, where
io was convicted oi crana
arceny and sentenced to one year
in the penitentiary. He afterwards
secured a new trial. At once the
elder white received a notice from
the Regulators to leave the county.
Not heeding the notice, he was shot
dead in his house by a large body of
mounted men. The grand jury
found a truebill against Jno. Archie,
Willaim Shumate, Albert Dickey,
Solomon Ferguson, Oliver
Morgan and Robert Hart for kid
napping White. Yesterday Mar
shall Shafer procured assistance and
arrested the entire party. Wm.
Shumate is worth 50,000.
Since the killing of White ten
prominent citizens have received
orders from the Regulators to leave
the county under penalty of death, j
Mr. Putnam, a colored lawyer of
Palestine, received such notice, and
fearing his life in danger immedi
New York, Nov. 8. Johnson's
jewelry store on 8th avenue, be
tween 55th and 56th streets, was
robbed last evening of 2,000
worth of clocks and watches in the
presence of a large number of
passers-by. Shortly after G o'clock
two mea entered the store and one
closed the door, while the other
kept in their places with a revolver
Mr. Johnson, the proprietor, his
clerk and a customer, while two
others smashed the large plate
windows and packed in two bags
the stock exposed. While thus oc
cupied two others armed with pis
tols ordered the passers-by to move
on. The property having been
packed up the thieves, still pro
tected by their companions, moved
quickly to a butcher's cart which
was in waiting at the corner and
drove rapidly away. The two who
had kept possession of the store,
receiving a preconcerted signal,
turned on the throng and fired their
pistols in the air. A stampede of
tho people followed, and the
thieves made their escape.
Mrs. A. T. Stewart has offered a
reward of $25,000 for the recevery
of tho body of her late husband,
which was stolen from tho family
vault in St. Mark's Cnurch grave
yard, and the conviction of the
thieves. A proportional sum will
be paid for the recovery of the body.
Charleston, Nov. 8. Governor
Hampton, with some friends, was
hunting deer near Columbia yester
day afternoon when thG mule he
was riding became frightened, and
the bridle breaking, Governor
Hampton leaped from the saddle,
sustaining severe injuries in his
fall. His right leg was broken in
two below the knee, the bones
protruding, and his ankle was badly
hurt. He was brought to Columbia
late last night. Ilis injuries will
probably keep him confined to his
bed for a long time.
Memphis, Nov. 8. Two fever
deaths up to 6 o'clock last evening,
both negroes. The weather is much
Washington, Nov. 8. The Cab
inet to-day discussed the subjects to
bo embodied in the forthcoming re
ports of the Executive departments.
The peaceful condition of affairs
on the Rio Grande was the subject
of consideration and congratulation.
Reports to the Navy Department
from our squadron in Asiatic waters
report the health of the officers and
London, Nov. 8. Another
American award at the Paris Exhi
bition not hitherto announced was a
gold medal to Lorrillard & Co. for
Providence, Nov. 8. A. W.
Bache, of the U. S. Coast Survey,
died in Bristol last night.
London, ov. b. The weather is
cold and wet. Telegrams from
Northern and Eastern Europe an-
nounco heavy snow-tall3. J he Aps
penines and Black Forest are cov-
ered and the Swiss passes are block-
aded with snow. In France the
rivers are very high, and the Seine
Kallevig, Miller & Co., commis-
sion merchants, lo-k Jbinchurch
.street, E. C, failed. Their liabili
ties are Go0,000.
The Daily Ifeivs, in a leading
article on the fishery question, con
cludes as follows : '-We wait with
interest the publication of Lord
Salisbury's dispatch and the state
ment drawn up by tbe Canadian
Government. But there is no use
of trying to disguise the fact that
Secretary Evarts' c isc has some
force iu it. A rig'it has been
bought, and in the natural course
of thing3 will be paid for by the
United States. Their right of fish- ,
ing, thus acquired, accrued about j
two years before the local law was
passed and our Commissioners for
got to reserve to the local Legisla
tures the right of making regula
tions. e tear that the date fixed
by the treaty for the payment of the
award, November 2od, will be long
passed before the American Govern
ment is convinced of the error in
its condition. The question is one
of legal obligation, and it can not
be too carefully discussed on both
sides. A reluctacc to inflict a
wiong should be at least as strong
as a. determination not to submit to
Paris, Nov. 8. Count Schouva
loff was one of the passengers on
the Russian Imperial yacht Livadia,
which was swamped and subsequent
ly thrown on the rocks while on the
passage from Livadia to Odessa,
lie, like the Grand Duke Sergius
and other passengers, was rescued
London, Nov. 8.' A special from
Faris says the health of the Czar
is growing more and more satis
factory and causes great anxiety.
Count Shouvaloff has left Livadia
for London, the state of the Em
peror's health not now permitting a
solution to be decided upon con
cerning the pending political diffi
culties. Pestii, Nov. 8. Count Andrassy
presented the. budget to delegaga.
tions yesterday. The expenditure
for 1879 is estimated at 94,751,
715 florins, being 3,000,000 flo
rins less than the preceding budget.
Indications. For lhe Middle At
lantic rotates, clear or partly cloudy
weather, winds mostly northwesterly,
falling followed by rishig temperature
and higher pressure. For the South
Atlantic and Eastern Gulf States, cold
er, clear or partially cloudy weasher,
winds mostly northerly aud stationary
or higher pressure. For the Western
Gulf State?, partly cloudy weather,
occasional rains, witid mostly south
easterly, stationary or lower tempera
ture and pressure. For Tennessee and
the Ohio Valley, clear or partly eiuudy
weather, northerly winds becoming
variable, falling followed by riiug
temperature and, in western portions,
- - -
Justice Allison's court was enlivened
yesterday with a bevy of rival Water
street nymphs, prosecuting each other
for profanity, drunkenness, but from
theevidence.it app-arioj4 that there
Was nothing in the prosecution ai;d a!l
Justice King had a pmlraeted tea
sion at his court yesitrday evening,
and lat night. Jcsme- Cowan,
coloied, on tbe charge of
perjury was bound over iu the sum of
$500 to the next term of the Criminal
Walter Bean, a b.sck mason, was
arraigned on a warra-t worn out by
Tom Day, living out in 8hitldstowu,
charging him with stealing a watch
from his house. After a lengthy ex
amination the proof was deemed in
sufficient and tbe defendant was dis
charged. Query: "Why will men smoke
common tobacco, when they can buy
Marburg Bros. 4 Seal of North Caro
lina,1 at be same price?" feb6dlyeod
Additional Election Ketnrits,
TL.- returns from TueMiaj'a tlection
in the !! oounlie? come iu slowly.
Iu the HaioMftl race information
receive! jtsitrdjy from Campbell
c,un?y lixea Jug? tlouk's majoiily
there at 407, wi.li two districts to hear
from, which it is thought wili increase
it by IPO. Hi cflicia! tnj irity ii
Jc Hereon is 01 Scott county, with
three districts to hear from, gives hiui
21G ia;5j rity. Scier coucty, with one
district to hirar from, ives hiui 7S3;
Uoi -u county, with oue 1i!r!ct to
he!- fioiu, S-Ili.
L V I O N COTT N T V C V F I CI A U .
Ve art- indebted to Sheriff Joe 1
F..ute for the complete official returns
of L iu J: ii county, v.ith the follavv
irg re.-ul:." : For Governor Wight.
G30; Marks., 414; Edwaids, 11 Wight'
;,,Q ,,a. T,,lk,a mal.itv 9m
..-,., "n ,V xriirrU(Y, R'nis''
K. u.va,. Dem., SSS; Jt-e Martin,
Greenback, 64; Harrison's majority,
sao. Representative J. T. Shipley,
Rep , 704; WT. B. Samples, Dem , 413 ;
, Shinlv's miorilv. 291.
I According to the figuring of tbe
; Rjaue county llera'd the vote of
! Roaue county was as follows :
(' Fot Governor. Wight, 750; Mark?,
! oSJ. Congress, Houk, 743; Watkins, i
I 625; Houk's majority 1 IS. Represent
ative, Shelley, 581; Irggetr, 500; Wes
j ter. 214; Short, 55; W C. Shelley V,
; Hep., majority SI. R. K. Byrd, D?m.,
for Senate, 904 no opposition. Ed
wards received 2 votes for Governor;
Kirby4 for Congress.
Makyville, Tens., Nov. S.
Mr, Editor: We are yet in painful
f-.ipeus-e. over our ReproEeutative rces.
HiT'r.y Valley t-till
to hear from.
.1 cr i crwu to twvvn
yeW-rJay that a
man had arted and go: on this side
of tne rui.uii'aiij with the returns and
an x Anxious individuals
could tie en until a late hour lait
n i tit ou (-treets, looking for the ap
proaebing ox tettm ;Uid the return,
but ut last h: counts he had not
Without that voting plaoo the vote
of the county stands: Wight, 881;
Marks, 756; Kd wards, 1; Wight's ma
jority, 224; Houk, 959; Walk ins, 794;
Kirby,4; Houk's majority over both,
1G5; bri-kill 999; Dean, 691; Driskill'a
majority, 313; Rowan, 870; Brickeil,
S54; Scott, Rowan over Bickell, 16,
The same report that said the ox
team wan coming with the vote of
Happy Valley, also said that an
election had beeu held there, tha' 24
votes were polled, of these Brickeil
got 22, and Rowan 2, which would
elect Brickeil by 4 votes. This is a
Democratic victory, if true, simply by
Republicans sleeping ou Iheir t ars.
The Supreme Court met as usual
yesterday morning, a full bench pres
ent, and opinions and decrees were
rendered as follovvs:
The decision of the court bslow was
affirmed iu the following causes:
Harrison R y vs. Abner Graves;
Jes?e F. Owfii in t-iror vs. Fasten &
Williams; Wm. Hunt vs. Jo?. Cop
pcuger; John Baxter vs. J. B. Edward-;
Eleazar Cobb and wife vs.
Hacknew; Peter Staub in error vs.
Wilmor, Davis & Co;; W. N. B. Jones
vs. the S'ate, for the use of W. P.
Jones; J. Wilson et al. vs. the State;
R. P. Chaudler et al. vs. State; T. E. II.
McUroskey vs. Hicks, for the use of
Was?am ; Sam'J. Croft et al. vs. W.
C. Bailey et al ; Wm. Prigmore vs. E.
T., V. and G. RR. Co ; G. W. and I.
R. Henley et al. vs. J. and R. K. Cli
burue et al ; James M. Osborne vs. W.
Roger et al ; Wm. Tittle vs. Mrs. Tit
tle; S D Williams vs. W. A. Lenoir.
Reversed and remanded, B F.
Payne vs. the State, Sarah Bicknell et
al vs. the E. T., V. and O. RK. Co.
and Clar.i vs. Clark.
Reversed, Wm, Burleson vs. J. and
D. Kirk patrick & Co. v?. Jas. M.
Young and wife; reversed and bill
Aurin vs. Potter; petition to rehear
J. E. Raht vs. The Union Consoli
dated Mining Company ; four months
allowed in which to execute new
A further rendering of opinions will
be had at to-day's session and until
next Tuesday, when Court will ad
journ till Court in course.
lieorglt Mot Altogether Solid.
A correspondent, J. H. Odgen,
writing us from Rome, Ga., under
date of the Gth, says of the Csngres
sional rece in the Uih district of that
State, "Felton's majority over Lester,
Democrat, is 1,800 as near as we can
tell. Ftltou is as good a Republican as
ever come along."
A K It ETS BT TELEGRAPH.
Hw YorU S&ar&et.
New Yore. Nov. 8.
Money, 4. Pxchange, 4.80. Gold
strong, 1 052 Government bonds dull.
Cotton quiet; sales, 275 bales;
middling uplauds, 9 5 IS; middling
Orleans, 9 9 16.
Fiour steady and iu fair demand;
superfine Western and State, $3 25a
3.65; common to gool extra Western
aud State $3 80a3.95; Southern flour
unchanged. Wheat, spring, without
decided change and rather quiet; win
ter a shade firmer and in fair demand
with speculative inquiry; ungradeded
spring, 80c; No. 3 do 90j. Corn le?s
active, c lower; 46Ja48c for uhgraded;
47Je for No. 2. Coffee unchanged, light
demand. Sugar firmer, more inquiry;
Cuba, 7Jc; fair to good refining, 7ja
llo; prime, 7c; refined, higher; stand
ard A, 99jc; granulated, 9Ja9c; pow
dered, 9Ja9Jc; crushed, 9a9J. Mo
lasses, unchanged. Pork opened lower
and closed rather more steady; mess,
on epot, 5 50j8 25; latter very choice.
Cut meats heavy; middles dull,
Western and- city long clear, 4Ja5c;
short clear, 5ic. Lard firm, with a
trade; prime steam, spot, $6.00d6.67;
city steam, $6.00a6 62J. Whisky
Successor to G, B. Smith & Co..
Watch ss and Chains,
ftc, Scc, Sec.
Hew Stock Just Received,
REPAIRING Done Promptly,
SMITH'S OLD STAND,
of the City Council Last
The Board met at the usual hourlat
night, Mayor Luttrell presiding, and
the following Aldermen present:
McCluug, Williams, McAflry, Shea,
Sullivan, Stephenson, Patty, Bird,
Allison, Hariia, Fields, Irvin, Smith
and Cruza :
The minutes were read and ap
proved. The following bills were presented
by Alderman McCIung, chairman of
the Finance Committee, and passed for
Grepu & Powell $199.10
S. B. Luttrell 9S.29
Jas. O Conner and T. Hoilihan. 93 50
S. T. Foil & Son 11.00
Joseph Wood 20.00
Cowan, McCIung & Co 10 00
Robert E za 5 00
Alderman McAflry, chairman of the
Street Committee, reported aivere-ely
ou the luyiug of'thu curbing asked
for by P. V. Ashe, on Park street.
Ablermau Williams, chairman of
the Gas Committee, presented the bills
of the Knoxville Gas Light Company,
which are : For September, $205 07; for
October $256.57 ; also f 3 50 for erecting
a lamp on (Jay street, corner of Reser
voir. With the exception of what is
considered an overcharge iu the
October bill of gas burned iu tbe
market house, amounting to $13, the
bills were ordered paid.
Alderman Harris presented a peti
tion from several citizens asking for
100 feet of curbing between William
aud King streets, Ou motion it was
On motion of xVlderman Harris 150
feet of curbing was ordered laid
around the property of P. W. Ashe, on
Alderman AUi3on, by request
offered an ordinance looking to the
reduction of tne tax on billiard tables
from $25 to $10. No action taken.
Alderman Shea presented tbe report
of the committee to inveatigate as to
the discharge by the Board of Educa
tion of J. J. O'chea as principal of the
colored public school. He reports that
an audience was had with the Board
of EJucali on, and they found their
only reasons fv;r requesting Mr.
O'Shea's resignation, was that he was
uapopuim- h some of the colored
people, and tbe attendance is smaller
than la?t year ; that be bad been
entirety txhonorated from the
charges agaicst him ; that
he is altogether competent, and
they recommend a disapproval of the
actiou of the Buard of Education in
tbe premists. All the committee, he
eaid, agree to the main facts, but only
he (Mr. Shea) aud Stephenson agree
to the recommendation, while Alder
men McCiung, Fields and Cruze dis
sent to the recommendation.
Alderman McCIung showed that the
City Council has no authority, what
ever, in the premists, sceordiug to the
ordinance referred to.
Aldermen Allison and Williams
spoke in favor of adopting the minor-,
iiy report disapproving the action of
the Board of Education.
Aldermen Irviu and Fields object
ed, and urged that Mr. O'Shea ought
to be removed.
Alderman t-diea thought this Board
ought to disapprove thi3 action, and
went on to explain tbe matter, saying
that he was satisfied the whole thing
grew out of O'Shea being a Catholic,
and this was the cause of the preju
dice. Alderunn Smith favored the minor
ity report, recommeudiog the disap
proval of the action of the Board of
Education, and the vote being taken
this minority report was adopted.
On motion it was ordered that the
Mayor appoint a committee of five,
with Alderman Wiiliams chairman,
to confer with tbe Board of Trustees
of the University with reference to a
compromise or liquidation of the city's
indebted r ess to that institution. The
committee will be announced here
Ia tbe Chancery Court at Enox
Martha J. Kidd against M. D, Bearden, M. A.
Walker, J.seph II. Walker et al,
fNTHIS CAUSE IT APPEARING FROM
L the return of the Sheriff of Knox county that
the defendants. Jcssph H, Walber and S, C,
Walker are non-resiients of tbe State of en
neesae so that the ordinary process of law can
not be Ferved npon them, it is therefore ordered
by t o O.eik aod Master that Eaid defendants
appear before tbe Cnancery Court at Knoxville
on or before the first Monday of December next
and make defense to the bill filed in this cause
or the same ni l be taken for confessed and set
for hearing er prte as to them. It is further
ordered that this notice be published in the
Knoxville Whig and Chronicle for four con
EeeutiTe weeks. This 30th day of October, 173,
A true copy test,
octw4t M. L. PATTERSON, C. '& M,
Chancery Coart at Knoxvlll?.
R. C. Cummings. Jr., et al., against Jos. vV.
- Sneed et al.
In this cause it appearing from the original
he bill which is sworn to that the defendants.
John W. Kldrdge and wife, Ifannie L. Kldridge,
and Thomas K. Snesd are non-residents of the
State of Tennessee so that the ordinary process
of law ctn not be served upon thm, it i there
fore ordered by the Clerk and Master that said
defendants appear before the Chancery Court at
Knoxville on tr before the let Mondiy of
December next, and make defense to the biU filed
in this cause er tbe same wUl be taken for
Mnfoied and set for hearing ex parte as to them.
It is farther ordered that this notice be. pub
lished ia tbe Knoxville whig asd tHaosiCLK
for four consecutive weeks. Tois 16th day of
Ootober 187t. A true copy. Tet.
oaew M. U PATTERSON, C. A M,
W. W. WOODRUFF.
1 8 7 8!
We have decided Io a?d to our regular HARDWARE: IIunI
ness aline of AURlCl'LTl'RAIi IMlMLKftlEai S aud arc koh
prepared to furnlt.Ii everjtliln? In ttiat line at IMC TOUT
we fchall aim to keep only such uiflclia an ftfaud il - tot
of experience ax being; ine VEHY HEST Of tbe kind In ue.
Correspondence solicited and all Information on Ufa
cblaery cheerfully given,
fciend for Circular and Prices to W, W. WOODltUF
&; CO. for tbe following Implements :
WHEELER & MELICK'S
Champion Thresher and Cleaner, 18 in. cyl. $15
Champion Thresher and Cleaner, 22 in. cyl. $200
The best and lo-wcst priced Threshers and Cleaners in any
Pulverising Wheel Harrows.
Wholesale Agents for the
HOWE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
Send for Circulars and Price Liot,
BRENNAH & CO- KENTUCKY GRAIN DRILL
This Drill will work in lands where other Drills will fail. Tl.c only
Drill that will not choke or clos in FILTHY LAND of less dralt than
any other requires but one man and two horses. We believe this will
work as great a revolution in Grain Drills as tho Oliver Chilled Flow I ns
amonj other Plows. Send for Circulars and Price?.
SOWN WITH KY LDBILL.
Sinclair Straw Cutters.
Oliver Chilled Plows,
3-Eolier Cane Mills, 2-Itoller Cane Mills,
Patent Galvanized Evaporators and Furnaces-
Hall's Fire Proof Safes,
Fairbank's Stock Scales
Mill Findings, French BurrlMill EocksOld. Quarry,
Gum Belting and Packing,
Double and Single Spout Corn Shellcr,
Destcr Shellcr and Separator.
Our stock of GENERAL HARDWARE will be kqt anjklc ml In
and will meet competition from any quarter.
Orders by mail promptly filled.
W. W. WOODRUFF & CO.
Corner Gay and Reservoir Streets,
Keep the Largest Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Allow no ono ato Undersoil TIiouji.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
HAZARD RIFLE AND
TO THE PEOPLE OF TENNESSEE :
Don't Forget the
18 EAST TENNESSEE CLOTHING HOUSE. 78.
They are here yet and are telling Cheap ClotLins.
IVA-TIIlIV BTKItN, tho Popular Clotliii-,
lias just returned from the East, wjcre the bought a large stcck of
Men's, Boys' and Youths" Clothing.
Our stock i3 25 per cen cheaper than the cheapest. AH Frrsh and New Goods. MAN STERV
ABE SELLING TIIEIR
At Hard-Time Prices. We can fit all Ages and sizes.
OUE STOCK OF OVERCOATS
Is large and of the best goods and make. We hare a large itock cf
Collars, Cuffs, Meckties, Socks, Suspenders,
LINEN AND SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
And are selling thtm at very low pricea, In
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWKR8
We keep PETERS' Gooif, the beet in the world. We keep
Tho Amorlcau Yolco Droits feliirt.
The best Shirt ia town. Now, Bare your Ti t and Money and call at the Eaat Tennesaee Cloth k
youse. and e tsiure you tiat you will get yoarmcney'a worth. ""i v,w""
JEE egg 1ST -
HO GAY STREET.
W. E. GXBBIXH.
SOWN BY HAND.
Oppfliilte the Ceutral House.
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