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45 Years Before the Fubllc.
2)r. C. McXANE'S
nrcjwt recommended jis a remedy " for all tlie
il?rhnt flesh is heir to," tut In affections of
tin iiver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Hys.
pcirsia,- and Sick Headache, or diseases of
iliittiiarax:U!r, they stand wijiiout a rival,
ACUE. AND FEVER.
rj'o better cathartic can. be used prepare
l.ryto; or after taking quinine. . .....
Aj (t iimplo purgative they are unequslcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sucar-coaled. -
Each box has a red-Wit seal on the lid wiia
tlie impression, McLANE'S LIVER 14 Lt
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
r McLank and Fleming Bros, v
J Insist upon having the genuine lis,
C McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, preparH l.y
- FLEMING BEOS., Fiiteburgli, 1
the market "being full of imitations of 1 c
l.ama McLane, spelled differently 1 it
imp pronunciation. "" .
KXI4.HTSJ or iioor.
KKUKF LOUISE. Ko. A. 0 M -aieeis (in
the llrst mid third Friday nitrhfa of each
montli, ut TeuUuiln Hall, corner Church and Gay
Ambrose. II.D. Harvey Clark, Reporter
F. A A. M.
MtlEMTAL LODGE. No. sjB.-Slaled commit-
3 muiilcatlon upon second Thursday night of
eani inonin ai nan in Masonic -miuiue.
(.lias. JJawes, bee. W. A. (ialbraith, W.M.
T ASTER'S LODGIi, No. 24C Stated commu
11 nicatiim upon mint Monday night of each
mouth at Hall lu Masonic Temple.
E. K. Met ivsKey, See. If. W. nail, W.M.
' JEAKL CH APTLR, NO. 44, R, A.M. Stated
1 Convocation upon first Monday night of ease
m-mth at Hail in Masonic Temj'le.
j J Todd.oso'y. W. A. llalbraith.HP.
COKUtt. da LION C'OMMANDERY,N0.9.
StatodConclaveapoa second Monday night
of each month. Meetings for drill upon Friday
n ghtof each wook at lial! in Masonic Tempis.
6 J Todd. Ree. E. Bolli. B V.
I. W. O. F.
; .' AST ' TBNNK38E3 LODQS, Ho. 34-Meeta
i'i ruesdaynis'ats.at O ld Fellows' Hall, weal
aide Market Sguare, C.ll. Williamson,!.
,T. A. Galyon, V. ii Wm. Samuels, R. 8.; AV;
11. Salmon, Perm't Seo.; C. II. Jones, Treasurer
. Physician and Fnrgx)H,
: ENOXVILLK, TENN.
Cffipe and Residence. Corner Prince aod Res-
ervoir Sts thtid house n rth City Ball. jaisGm
J.T. CAZIER, D. D. S.,
CLINCH SI., WEST OF OAT, NEAR crSIPJf
Having a rerscnil knowledse of Dr. Casus
and his urilitios in Dentistry, I commend him to
jny patients and the ruldio as a trost thorough,
competent and conscientious DtntUt
jwi7dly J. FO-rCHE.
OP, TEMPLE, Attorricy at Law, at hia Old
OGce, KaatSideof flay baet. near the rcs
idenceof S. T. Atkia. Charaei moderate.
J. . BAUMANIi,
OFFICE : Over E. T. National Bark. Gay St.
Steam Sash and Blind Factory,
3. T. AMBROSE! & BON, Propa.
Manufacturers of S&'h, Blinds. Doors. Monldlnss,
Payne Bctaool DcfK, etc. eto. Atso dealers in
Lumber Rough and Dressed. Call and see them
before buying e!sewhe-e. Oral A Funruson'i
old stand. JlcUoeo street, a orth KnoxviHe.
FT?. ABVELL, Agent.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
CONTINESTAL AND NIAGARA,
of New York,
' an FttAKKLIN, of Philadelphia.
ftlLAS. B. BROWN.
I NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office at the E istTer.nefse National Bank.
Ci Si 1 .
Entered at the Post-Ofllce at KnuxvUle, Ten
fteie, aa beouiid-clniB uitUtcr.
TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1880.'
the banker and col. byrd.
"Tho candidacy of Col. 13jrd for
governor is attracting considerable
attention, yrbether he succeeds in
getting the nomination or not. The
Memphis Ledger has some kind
words for him, as have various other
democratic newspapers, but the
Nashville Eanner, while it could
love him dearly were the other dear
charmer, repudiation, away, docs not
now look with favor upon him. ' As
it is none of our business to furnish
the democratic party a candidate for
governor, we do not propose to
trouble about who. ho in. But the
Banner is bo guileless . and . wholly
unsophisticated, that we give what
it says as rare specimen cf unadul
terated frankness i -' t
"We respect Col. Byrd. We Ibiuk
be i a good and true mau. We know
of no man who would make a better
governor, or one wbo would try harder
to uphoiu the honor bh1 credit of the
state; liut and our but dues not have
ny perBoualHy to It ihe colonel bai
got, bimcnlf ia the wroog box. -We
iika Col. Byrd too raucli to wHb htu
to occupy bis present poRitioo. Tbe
idea in one born of honesty, and la a.
good one. But, is it possible that tbe
colonel is bo blind an not to see tbat be
will be overslaughed in such a contest?
Does be not know be bus got in tbe
place a republican must occupy ? JNo
democrats need apply for governor on
tbat peculiar platform wbicb tbe col
onel bag mounted. None bat a republi
can will t,e allowed to stay there. Tbe
state credit men are not strong enough
to bold a place there. They have but
one choice, and- tbat Is certain defeat,
unless a republican in the tauuidate.
If tbe plan of the OalUtin Ksamlner
is accepted, a republican Is the one to
conquer the hydra-headed monster
repudiation. You are too good a man,
Colonel, for tbe republicans to accent
They won't vote for you, and, couBe
quently, defeat will be your certain
doom. In all seriousness, gentlemen,
brethren, why precipitate this matter?
Oh," say some, "'we want the repubt
Ilcana to net nil, and this will teach
the democrats a lesson." But, why
do we want to be taught? ' We can go
iu and win united, but if this question
Is sprung we will be torn to atoms.
Take heed before it. Is yet too late."
We have . heretofore given Col.
Byrd's card, in Substance, but ns the
Banner says hfl will be (jycrajaughed
on such a platform, wej" print the
card hero in full, that our readers
may fide tM fataT'f6ckup'on"wllicn,
his political bark is to sutler ships
wreaks Here it is;.-. .
TO THE l'EOl'LG OK TJSNNKSSEE
- FefloW'Clttneos : I have been strlieit
et" by many of my personal frieuds
and tiy a large uuuiOer of state credit
democ'ftaaKl republicans to an
nounce mySeTT-a caudidatw for gover
nor of your state upon a stale credit
andboBsst platform. In response to
tkt?e calls, aa well as lo my own
wieUes und aspirations, I announce
myself aa a candidate for the demo
cratic nomination, upon tbe condition
Hint tbe party, at . Jts coming conven
tion, ebnll ' adopt an bone.it platform
and state credit policy, In the absence
or suou party aotton, i.oouiu not ac
cept a nomination at its bands. .
R. K. Byrd. 1
.'Kingston,. Teuu., March SO, 1S3J.
The ' Banner professes to be a
state credit papers Col. Byrd an
nounces himself a candidate for gov
ernor on a state credit platform, and
it is sure that he is not so blind as
not to see ho will be overslaughed in
such a contest. It further intimates,
in plain language, that none except
republican , can stay on such a
platform. Wo are not going to say
whether the Banner is right or
wrong, but certainly it is a very
candid sort of a democratic organ.
THE EXODITS FROM THE SOUTH.
A Colored Man Explains the Oppres
sive Laws of Alabama.
Washington, April 1 The senate
exodus committee to-day examined
James l. Rapier, colored, of Calhoun,
Ala. He said there were several rea
sons for tbe exodus. Amoug others,
ne ruecuouea tbe poverty of tbe sotl,
want or scnooi facilities, gud local laws
prejudicial to black children. In re
gard to school facilities, he said; "We
ouly have sobools three monttm In the
year, and I need not say any mors
on that head." tie said the aver
age yield of cotton in Alabama was
one bale to three acres, and that an
average production for una band was
rour bales a year, of which tbe land
owner usually gets oae-balf, .-leaving
two baits, worth 90, aa the net earn
ings of one mat). lie produced and
read a table of prices obara-ed by iiier-
chants for -necessaries of life, and
claimed that merchants make a prolit
of 100 per cent, in their dealings with
tbe negroes. . iie also read extracts
rrom Alabama statute prohibiting any
person from carrying or selling, any
farm produce after sunset or before
sunrise, and also prohibiting tbe sell
ing of seed ooticu, either day or night,
in certain sections of tbe Slate, claim
ing that, while the purpose of these
laws was to prevent stealing, tbe effect
was to place the crop entirely in the
nanus or tne lanu-owuera. l ue griev
ance he complained of resulticg from
cue sunaown-sunrtee Jaws was, mat in
many instances tbey prevented the
negro from viioyinir the frultB
ot bis labor. If was on tbe
court records of hisBtate, be said,
tbat a negro had been convicted of
grand larceny for taking less than a
peck cf corn trom a held which he
was cultivating on shares. Ref-rring
to tbe Alabama juror laws, be stid
they ought to be called laws "to keep
the negro off (be jury." He men
tioned several suits between white men
and neeroes before white juries, in
wbioh, be claimed, unjust verdint
bad been rendered against the uegi.
and maintained that it was aluios im
possible for a negro to get Justice in
these jury trials.-. As an illustration
and lu support of this assertion, be
roeunoneu a suit wuicn occurred at
Talladega, Alabama. A negro bad
been arrested for stealing a bog. The
jury, tbe witness said, brought in a
verdict of guilty.-: In tbe oouree of tbe
trial tbe negro's counsel, Mr. McAffee,
ex-United States district attorney,
prcved conclusively by tbe testimony
of tbe owner of tbe bog, tbat the de
fendant' was attending a - meet
ing, eight miles distant, at the
time the larceny was committed. Mr,
McAfiee, in summing op, began by
staling he bad on bopfs of winning
tfcecnee. He told the-judge that he
dared 0t charge tbe jury properly,
and said to the white Jurymen j "You
are afraid to bring in a verdict of Inno
cent," audi. further remarked tbat be
had observed all that was necessary to
procure w- verdict against a negro ao
cuted of hog-stealing was, nrst, to
prove mat a bog bad been stolen, and,
next, that a negro was somewhere lu
Senator. Vance asked If it was not a
faot that pilfering by lbs blacks bad
been carried on to such an extent
throughout Alabama tbat tbe raising
of hogs-and vouTtry bad been aban
doned, and whether this was not tbe
cause of the enactment of such strin
gent laws against petit larceny. The
witueaa. admitted , that there . was a
great deal, of pilfering, but thought It
was not confined to tbe blacks. Pil
fering, he aald, was alleged as the
reason for passing those laws, but be
thought Ihe real reason was t be
found in a desire on tbe part of the
whites to oppsess the laborer. The
witness related his experience with tbe
Kuklux in northern Alabama in IrMf.
Armed men came after him several
times, and bis life was in danger. He
accounted for bis ultimate escape by
stating tbat he bad ''fought some and
run a good deal." Tbe reason tbe ne
groes act in so cowardly a manner, be
said, Is because tbey fear tbe whole
moral force or tlie country, ir tney
were to stand ud and assert their rights.
and fight to DreHerva them, mora man
from tbe north, both democrats and
republicans, would go sooth to sup
press them than went in the first Bull
Senator Vanoe iutlmated that If tbe
witness thought white republicans
would ko south to sunpres the efforts
of the negre to preserve bis rights, be
ought to oalt voting with republicans
south, to which Rapier replied, "Ob
no; tbey are the best of bad lot."
Xeuurssjee Pcntal Association.
The executive committee of the Ten-
nnsuttA rianlol . I ..,.. Um fl.ll.,1 -
session of that body, for May 17th, 18:h
aau d aotnority or the president,
l'he speclalorder of basiaess for tbe
second day will be tbe rejiort of tbe
committee appointed at the last meet
ing to prepare a law regulating the
Practice of dentlBtry in tbe state. -Nashville
KMiobllcan Meeting lu Knox t'onntj.
The republicans of Knox county are
requested to meet at Ibeootirt house in
Kuoxville, on Saturday, the 17th day
April, 1880, at 12 o'clock, for the pur
pose of selecting delegates to attend
the republican stale oonventiou at
Nashville, on the 6th day of May
next, to nominate a candidate for gov
ernor, and to appoint delegates to the
national republican convention, to be
held iu the city of Cbioaci), June 2ud,
I860, and also to select an electoral
ticket - .
By order of the chairman of the
Knox county republican executive
Geo L. Malonev, Bee
Republican State Convention,
Office State Rep. Ex. Co)
Office State Rep. Ex. Com., 1
Nasuville, Tenn., Feb. 6, 1880,
A Convention of RebUblicans of
Tennessee will be held at Masnville,
in tbe ball of the House of Repre
sentatives, at 12 o'clock, m , on May
5th, next, for the purpose of uatuiug a
candidate for Governor of Teuutsnee,
and to select tweuty-four delegates to
attend tbe National Republicau Con
vention, which meets at Chicago, 111.,
on June 2d. Also, to transact such
other business aa may come before it.
Tbe ratio of representation in our
State Convention will be one delegate
from each oounty in tbe State, and ons
additional delegate from each county
for every two hundred votes, or frac
tional part of two hundred over one
hundred, cast for tbe Republican can
didate for Electors in 1870.
Joseph R. Djlm.v,
Chairman State lie p. Ex. Com.
Select Dancing School.
Saturday, April 10, at 3 o'clock P.M.
At McKluner's Hall, ovtr New OiHaus Store.
The Madam Is training friends r i' l,Uy anioi u.
Knoxwiie s ut.Hii gjisiicu tuizens.uii or huoiii ex
press great pride in her achievements. These
wishing to Join shoal l call on her at once.
Tkhms on-) duuH. 1 0 for 24 lessons. For two
of a fain) J, ' each ; for three ot a Ih iiIIj $lJ5,
unites an i gents wismnz lo join a nigm cross ior
the lienuan dan e. should c n er with the Hadain
at the Laiuar Howe. Pup Is. j-tt elicit
Cludren should enter tit tne op.ning i me
school. Chi drcn taught at three years old on
Tuestlav and Thursday, at o clock and bnturnay
id il o'clock p.m. Prtva e lessons gt en. If desired,
at residences or school. ui4-liu .
- , -I
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
There has been no medicine vet discovered
that can show more evidence of real merit than
Aura's Lvno Balsam This unetiualed ex)ee
torant for curing consumption and all diseases
lt'ijtlniK to it, such as anections of the throat,
lungs, and all diseases of the pulmonary organs,
Is introduced to the suffering public after Its
merits lor the cure ci sucn aiseases nave Deon
fully tested bv the medical faculty. The Balsam
Is, consequently, recommended by physicians
who have tecome acquainted w ith Its great suc
cess. What Well-known Druggists Say
abont Aden's Lung lialsam.
fiFVTT.irMKV : Pletise shin iis six dozen AL
LEN S LI NO BALSAM. We have not a bottle
in store. It lias more reputation than any coiil-Ii
llieuicuie nv lid, tr cut aoiu. nii.c urirn in uju
dang business twenty-seven years, ne mean
just what we sav. v erv truly vours.
HfUT & TANNER.
Brs. Wilson A Ward, nhvsicinns and drufftrlsts
write from Centreville, Tenn. : "We purchased
Allkn's Li'Nn Balham, und It sells rapidly :
we are practicing ptiysictaus as well tut uruuginls,
and take pleasure in recoiuuiendiUK a great rci
edy. sin li as we know this to be."
Dr. J. B. Turner, of BbinnUville, Alabama, a
physician of over twenty-live years, himself pros
trated with Consumption, Is Imlcci'd to trv the
Luso Balsam, and informs us : "It Is doina nil
it 1 recommended to do. Tlie bot preparation
iu me woria.
tW Physicians do not recommend a medicine
wincn nas no merir. vv nai inev sav aooui ai,'
LEN'H U'Nti BALSAM rau ho'lakeu as a fact.
I't all atllicted test it at one1, anil lie convinced
of Its real merits.
As an Expectorant it has ho equal. It i
harmless to the most delicate child. It .
contains no tpium in any form.. . ,
Directions accompany each bottle, , r
J. N. HARRIS Sl CO., Cincinnati, O.
SiBfwTd, I'hamberlain & Albert,
dw " KNOX VILLE, TENN,
Garmore's Artificial Ear Drums
ri:uiM-rivRi:siu: riift iip titixi
lui !V)!,inii tno "!' f t ' Kntiii'Hl Ikriii,,.
Alwsya iu jKiii,n, l,uf Ins litbli l (!-. .AM
rnTtrt-j-fn.ti n-i l c. tl w l.U(,vr. Ii,,nl ,M.-lltvl n . T,
rfr to thnt tulr.g tMra. f' n I r ,J,.-,Tnf.i, i-r- t'.vi .
HAHMOUK t . Vtt IHU'M tVCIS.vTt, O.
Mar be rea'isd from small iBveitments fcv opex
rating in GRAIN OR COTrON FUTDRKS
through the MOBILE PUBLIC COTTON AND
GRAIN EXCHANGE, Small onentors hr,
qua! facilities with tb largest. Bisinst con
ducted hymail or telegrarh ard daily reports
rnalied to all customers, 810 boys or cell! 10
Kales cotton or l.nou Bushels VTbeat, etc. bind
tor explanatory circular'. ect. to
F- HUTCUINS A CO.,
IS St, Franc.l St Mobile, Ala.
fl D P A IJ C 18 SP. Rds, 2 Knee
Hwells, Btool. and Boek, odIj
.aaim. PI a N'lH, Stool, Cover
aad ttw, omy Sale to ieo. Jlluntrated
atamiroe rail. AUdrese JJAWiltu jr. BaAX
TY- Washington, N.J.
A YEAR and expenses to agents. Outfit
P. O. VICKiwRY, Aagosta, Maine,
By sddrMiirr OFO. P. RO WELT. A PO.. in
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in ttOA P" day at home. Samylei
fD 10 sPZU worth V- frea, Ad lren
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A GOOD SAW MILL
Our Ko. 1 Plantation Saw Mill is designed to
be ran by ft. 10 or 12 brA-t power Agricultural
Kngiaer. With this power from
1.500 TO 4.000 FEET
of Lumber can be cut in a day. A prndoot 25 to
M per cent greater than cn be eut with ary r
eiprooating saw mill with the sama power. Ihe
mills are complete exoepr saw, and will be put
en the or in Cincinnati lor the low prioa of
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Mllli of all litue Eon lots. Bolleni. Sbaftinr,
Illustrated airoulin sent fret.
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Kowkli. A Cos
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tlalng contracts maw
b uunt for it tu
' -8YrVmrOMS OF A
liOas of Appetit e Bowels costive-, Pain in
tne Head, wHhoHuUsc-unattonintlioback
part, Pain undeiithonliouldorblado, full
uaaa after oatiiiiiJ-.vith n disinclination lo
exenrtlonc bocriaor roind, Irritabtiity o(
temper, TjOWKrjj-itn, vyitlinfeolinfcofhav
ing nggootoda;)Bledl:, Weariness, l)i
giuoos, I'lutteriiiK r.t tho Heart, Dots be
fore tho eyes, Yollow bkin, Hoadshe
generotly o vor the richt oya, RestlosanOHS
with fitful draunu, hitthiy colored Urine.
IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TTJTT'8 PILIB are rwoclnlly adapted to
in h caaita, viieiloM) ell, cla ancli n rlianse
'1' lectins nx to tutonisli tho aullerpr.
Onlr with rcsnli-l;y of Hit bow els can perfect
health be enjoyed. 11 111" rontlistion Is
of recent date, a aiirrln dose of TUTT'S PILLS
will suflice, but If It "has bcconio bahiiua!, ono
pill should be taken every iilgbt.eradually lessen
ing the f rmiinncTtif t lie dosu uniil a reuiilar dully
movement is obulneil, lii' li w ill soou follow.
Dr.l. Cuy I.ewiN, l ull Ark., anyar
"After a pmtlifo of S3 yeain, I pronotinca
Tl"Tl"3PllJLritjio best anti-bUious lncllilne
eTcr madc." w
Itev. F. It. (Ingnotl, New York, nysi
- "t havo liaii l)y!epln, Weak ritoinnch auJ
Servousiicpa. Iivver lin'l imy medicine to do
me so much (rood as TI'TT'S PILLS. They aia
as good aa rui,restuli-d."
Odlro 33 illiirioy Kircet. New 1orft.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
iny Hun ok Wrikiifhi chiiwM to it Uisbt
:r.AiK hy fl FinloM.i,li. man- Um l'v-:.' It nn
pnrtjn Nwurul I'tir, 't- liirntnnKuilr, end U
OtTfico WHrray St., N
Fever and Agne.
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and agua exists. A wineglassfnl three times a
dav is the best possible preparative for encoun
tering a malarious atmosphere, regulating tlio
iiver and Invigorating tlie stomach.
r or saio ny nruggisis anu ireaiers generally,
ftb list tot mat
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