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" THURSDAY. MAY 13 1880.
PENCILETTES. Th Loulae pjmerojr company, ia stopping In LDObburg thU wek. BIoimtvHIe, Sullivao county, boaeta of riwly batched pos!irjj 'with four legs and feat. The cbeerlrg tflWcta of Tuesday evening' shower are jIinly manL feat on vegetation. Remember ile colossal euu pictures, by Mr. Tremalue, et the Opera House tonight.' Kverytndy should see them. MaJ. Jo. Uiigsby, of Morriatuwd, has assumed the euperintendenoy of the White Pine lead mines, according to the Gutte. A correspondent of the Paodrldge Watohman nominate Dr. M. 8. Ma honey, of Jonesboro, as a republican candidate far cnjtr In the first dis trict. A number of the dslfgates to the farm era' oonventiou visited Colifge Hillatdresa parade, yesterday even ing, and also paid pleasant visits to Mr. Dickinson' Inland Home, during the day. Capt P. Maples, 412 bushtta corn for Peters 4 Carnee, Jack. Newnomb 15,000 Teet lumber for John Rwe, Dan. Covington, 12 000 feet for Burr & Terry, were the river avrlvals yestta day. There will be no aessiou of the crim inal court lo-day, on account of the death or the wife of Hon. K. T. Ha 1 brotberof the presiding Judge. The eaurt will meet, however, to read and sign the record. The member of the Broad Btrtet M. E. Cburc'i, South, have decided ti go on a piouio excursion, next Saturday, to Eagleton'a Grove, near Maryvillr, going ojt on the KuoxvilU and Au guaa road. . , W. A. A. Conner, Esq Informs u tba, bis section in Grassy V.liey, was visile i by a very violent storm of hail anil raiti Tuesday evening, rablDg the etrVann higher tnan have been known for years, aad,d Ing s inn damage by waabiig. A case of niibeoa occupied the at tention of the criminal court yesier dy evening. The aceused was Jackson Rue, a school boy fiocn tbe upper end of tbe oouuty, iudicted ,'or biiiog a piece out of the ear of a fellow school mate. Trie Jury is still out on the case. The first strawberry festival of tbe seasuu will becoramtLc.il to night by the ladies of tbe First Baptist Church, at the Williams & Zimmerman ball, next dour to the Chrumcle, a is ans noaoced. It is hoped the Indies will have a liberal patronage. According to tbe Gmitte, au out houee on the premises occupied by Mrs. M. J. Hughes, in Morristowa, was onsurasd by fire, Sudny evening, and tbe dwelling barely escaped through the fffjrts of citizens. The origin was hot ashes emptied into a barrel. Loea to D. Pen, owner, H00; no Insurance. The Cbattauooga Times, In referring to the conference of the committees of oharebes, ia Knoxvllle, Monday, on the subject of temperauce aud loeal option, says : ' The subject of temper auce is becoming very popular in that city at present, and in ail probability will be followed by one of the most extensive reform movements ever witnessed in this state." , If you want ta eat your meals with pleasure, Lay Fowler's Fiy F.n , They will ktep tbe fle off the table and dispense with one servant. They will keep them off tbe baby, and are indispensable for Sunday nap, and will keep bald-headed folks and nervous people out of the lunatic asylum. A new supply jut received at W. W. Woodruff & Co. 'a Notice. Tbe sale of unclaimed freight ben tofore advertised will begin this day, piompily at 9 o'clock, at the old E. T. A V. depot, now occupied by Mr, P. M. Williams. James li. Ooden. Strawberry Festival. Tbe ladies of the First Baptist church will give a 8trwberry F.siival, lu tbe Williams &, Z mmorman building. Thursday aud Friday nights, 13th and Hib. Charges will be reasonable. Mammoth stock of flats at Dunbar's. Infants' Lace Caps and Bonnets, splendid assortment, just received at Dunbar'a. Ladles, aelect your Uata while the stock Is complete at A. D. Dunbar's. Fearful storm I When? Where? At JDuubar'e. Tbe orders are jua pouring In. Ladles can not fail to be suited In Quality and Price at Dunbar's. reen Cucumbers, Freeh aud flue at John Uudiburg's. The latest novelties In Perfumes, Toilet Powders and Toilet goods gen erally, at Lyons & Mc Campbell's. MAY 13T1I. A Timely Warning. Oa and after the loth of this month I am going to close my large stock of light weight Caslmere Bulls as rapidly a possible, regardless of profits. No trouble to show goods. vlS-4t D. T. Vestal. . , m Combs, Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Ka 1 Brushes, Batb Brushes, Dressing Cases, Cologne Bets, Hand Mirrors, etc , at Lyons A Mo-Campbell's. E. T. FARMERS' COJfTESTIOJr. Annual Gathering of the Farm et from tbe Various Counties, - ; i SECOND DAY. , t t, J The East Tennessee Farmerb' Con vention reassemble-.! yestarday morn ing. The house was oil led to order by Col. H. B. Tfearwood, president pro tern. Oa motion, Col. Yearwood was ex cused from tbe committee to visit the college farm, and Bam'l I. Newman, of Jefferson county, was substituted. Mr. E. C. Edwards, of Anderson, and Col. Jno. M. Meek, of Jefferson, was also added to the committee. Prof. J. M. McBryde, of the Univer sity, was called upou and read a lemttby and exhaustive paper on "The theory aud ac iou of manures." At the suggestion of Col. Yearwood a colleotiou was takeu by C l. Meek to defray the Incidental expousea. Prejident Turley having arrived, took the chair, which was vacated by Col. Yearwood. The queatloa, "What is chess or chta it origin, and how long known in the United Htaie." was takeu up nd Prof. Hunter Nicholson, of the TJuivertity, read an iuteresiiug essay tbereou. One of his cooolueioos is that cheat Is a separate and distinct plant, aud that the wheat plant does not turn to cheat. Remarks were added by Dr. J. A Boud aud H. T. Cox. of Blouo'j Joshua DePue, of Kooxi I. C. Grant, of Loudon; G. W. Mabry, of Knox; Orville Taylor, of Anderson; J. J. tiiawford. S. D- J. Lowe. W. J. W. Maskall. Joan Tunnell, W. A. A. Couuer, of Kuox; B. L Moore, .of Anderson, and tbe discussion ws closedbyProf Nicholson, who said the wbole tiling hinged on the origin tf oeat, which could not bs definitely ascertained. A number of instances were related wbere ibe evidence seeme t very con clusive and indlspu aite that cheat bad originate I (rum wheat after pas turage, aud also in stances of grass turning to cheat, apparently. It was held by Capt. Grant, of L udoa, and other that the cheat piaut is probably a bybred plant. On motion of C. W. Charlmn, tbe f illowing were selected a oommitteeon programme: C1. J. H- Cr. zier, Wm Cleveland, C. E Dunn, Da Witt C. Hfiiter, Jae. ti.. Johnson. The question, "Want is tbe best and th apest way 1 1 reclaimit g and im proving our exbauatetl land.-?" was opened by H. T. Cox, of Blount. Tlie discuHsinu was (Otiliuued by A. Haw, of Knox, and Dr. Bond, of Bloum; all tugtettioy manures, pasturing, coIIho i"ii of leaves, lrab, etc. Col. J. H. Crcrier, or Kuox, bUgoB'ed sedxe grass, rye, and clover. B F. Dmghiy, of Kuox, suggested from a successful experience, mulching with wheat straw. This was endorsed by G W. Mabry, of Knox, wbo al o said a goad word for sedge gra-s lo make a start with. " ftie cultivation of fruit can it he made ptothable iu East Tennessee?' was takeu up and the discussion opeu ed by Dr. John Foster of McVlion, who was followed by Hon. O. P. Tem ple in an iuteresiiug talk. Aojurued till 2 p m. THE AFTEBNOOM 8E3SIOM Was called to order by ex-Go v. De Witt C.Heuter, president pro tem , aud tbe question, 'c$neep bustmudry bow can it best be promoied ?" was taken up, Geo. W. Mabry, of Knox, opening the discussion. Remarks were mailt by Cant. C. E. Dunn, of Jrffdrson. Mr. Knox, Prof. Nicuolaon, Geu. bowe, of Kuox, and O.-vllle Taylor, of Ander son. The uuiversul verdict was that sheep la the moat profl :able stock that can be raised. Capt. Grant, ot Ltudon, wished to know what is to be uoue with tbe dog, which Is about tbe only privileged Character now in this country. After some discussion, ia which it was suRKesUid thai the cu!y r rntdy is to kill tne done, Capt. ('. E. Diiun, of Jiff.rsou, oil red the fuiioli'g: K solved, That this convention appoint a committee to memorialize me legislature to eua t a law requiring every ownui ul a dog lo lake out a iioenss lur keeping toe s ujo, aod oe required to give Oonu and security for tbe good conduct of tbe dog; tbai nu peraon lUali t8 held retnon-ible fur kiliiuit any dog not upon taa premises of tne owcer. Further discussion was had, and Mr. Btercbi, of Kuox, moved an amend. meut lu lieu to authorize ail citizens t j snoot down any dog roamlue at large. Finally, ou motion of Gen Lowe, of Knrx, tne wbole matter was laid on l tie table. Prof McBryde was called ' upon to state some remedy for the Colorado beetle, wbicb was aaid to be ravaging tbe Hardens. He said an applica.iou of Pans greeu be believea lu bs the btat really. O. W. Mabry, in this connection. sugtsied tne sprinkiiug of slacked iluie around, but not on. melon vines, as a remedy for buirs ibereon. Prof. MuKryde submitted tome re marks aud 11 urea eti iwiug the profit aoteutsi of grape culture. The committee appointed to visit tbe Agriculiurai farm made ihilr report, wblcb was read by C 1. Mrek. I'ba report seta forth that af.er xamntog the experimeuta by Pn f. McBryde, about uue buudred and twelve iu nuni bar, they are profuodly iuipreMed with tbem. They find, among oitur things, ttiat the use f couiiueicial fer tilixsra, at a coat of $40 per acre, doea oot show results as promising as where barn-yard manure, or bona at all, is used ; also that broadcast sediog com pares favorably wlib drilled seeding; and tbat wbeat cultivated does uot promise paying results. The report ciss as billows; 'Your committee were not invited to visit tb college proper, aod can not irive any f the details of tbe woking of ibe agricultural department of tbe iriiti- tution, further tbao from, informsiion fur rothed by 1'roft. McBrvde and KicboUoo. Ws earneitly urga upon tbs bard of truateei and faculty lbs Imp' rtanca ot bringing up the agricultural department of theiuau ution to the widest range of use fulnnsa potsible. x our committee would beg leavs to ac knowledge tbe courteiy and kiridneat shown tbem by Prof. McBryde in eihibit ink tbe experimental farm. We are aatieflad that Prof. McBryde is doing at well as possible under thd present workings of the instttu ion, and deserves tbs g atitude of tbe farmers of tbs state. Signed A. A. Caluwsil, Chairman " A sharp discussion was brouebtout by this report. Juo, M. Meek, G. W. Mabry, Uol. cr zier and Dr. Caldwell. supportlcg lbs report; Hon. O. P. Temple, Col. A. Caldwell, Col. M. White, Profs. Nicholson and McBrvde aod Mr. 8 E. Young, obj-otlog to two amuses in vos report reflecting Inad vertently, aod doing injustice to tbe lustiiution and Jis workings. , John Tunnell, of Knox, moved to refer the report back to the committee, With iDStrucloDS to elluilnsla ih. h. Jectlnnabls features. vol. nsea moved to lay tbs motion 00 the 1st la, and Capt Da no, of Jef ferson, moved to lay tbs whole matter on the table. . - in , At this Juncture, by rrqueaV botb motions; were .. wilhdrawij, aud Ex Governor Henter, made aoma very sensible and well ch-isen remarka, as to tbe advantages of tbe University to our aeotloQ of tne state, aud tbs li jury ilk.ly to accrue from such dlviaioua aud dissensions as are here being de veloped, -r - This, supplemented by some sensible expressions by Capt. l3uuo, bad the desired eff ct of pouring oil on tbe seemiugly troubled waters. Tbe com mittee agreed to elimluste the ot jeo ilouable features and tbe report was adopted, Col. Croz er aloue voting do. Tue question, ' How shall ws retain farmers' sons on the farm aud interest tbem in agriculture, and thus Induce tbem 10 become farmers?" was takeu up and opened by Col. Juo. M. Meek, of Jefferson. Ex Gov. Benter, of Ham blen, aud Col. H. B. Yearwood, of Monroe, added remarks. At tbe suggestion of Col. Crc s'er, tbe oouiuaities oa programme was grauied time to get up a programme for tbe uext meeting and present it to tbe president for ratification. Capt. I. C. Grant, of Loudon, offsred tb followloe, which was adopted: Resolved, Tbat in consideration of tbe exceedingly low ratts extended to the members of this convention, through tbe 1 ourtesy of th raitrods, our thanks are due and retpectfully tendered; also to tbe Lamar bouao and such other hotels as have given rtduced rates. On motion of ex Gov. Benter, tbe oopventloo then arj aimed to meet acain, Tuesday, H.u of Heptember next. Tbe convention may truthfully be deaomloated a eucoes. Wbile tbe attendance was not so large as it should have been, t,but tbe buy season bad something to do with tbat ) still fere were representative farmers from the various counties, and tbeir dellbera tions and discussions, we are sure, can not but be of much mutual benefit. Cold Cream, Camphor Ice, Lip Salve etc, at Lyons A McCampbell's. THE BALL IK MOTION. Organization of the Knoxvllle and Cincinnati Southern Railroad. The Enterprise to be Pushed Forward Vigorously. Kooxville has at length awakened to her sense of duty with regard to tbe muob desired connection with tbe Cincinnati Hauthera railway, by the moet desirable route, and tbe ball baa been set In motion by the organization of a stook company enti tled tbe KLotville aod Cincinnati railroad company. At a meeting of the stockholders of said compaoy. In this city, Tuesday, 11th lost., the following gentlemen were elected directors: D. A. Carpen ter, president of the Kooxville Fire Insurance company ; W. W. Wood ruff, M. J. Condon, H. Coffin and W. R. Tuttle, president of the Knoxvllle Iron company, of this city; Hba. R. K. Byrd, of R )ate county; Capt. H 8. Chamberlain, president of tbe Roane Iron company, Chattanooga; - Wm. Cross, of Anderson eounty, and Hon J. G. Scott, president of the Oakdale Irou works, in Roane county. At a meeting of the directors held yesterday, D. A. Carpenter was elected president; H. 8. Chamberlain, vie- preaident; VY. W. Woodruff, Trea -urer, and H. Coffin, secretary. The books of tbe company are now open for subscriptions to stock, and we hope cur citizens will give these gentlemen material aid in this I in port aut under taking. As will be recugnizad at a glance, the enterprise Is in tbe hands of solid, substantial and representative men. Tbey make a start In a manutr tbat signifies tbey mean burine-p, and it seems tbe day Is net far distant when Kooxville can have tbe desired rail Dad connection, if our business men will enlist themselves in the cause. Personal. a Supt. R. D'S. Robcruton, Miss Marv Park, and Prof. Fowler, have returned from tbeir ceutennlal visit, and resum ed tbeir duties in the public achoojs. Mr. F. B. McElwee, of Athens, one of the owners of the Mt. Verd cotton factory, was in tbe city yesterday. Mr. El. H. Edwards, sewing ma chine agent, at Wartburg, la In the city on a brief business and pleasure trip. Mr. H. R. Lui2. of Rogersville, one of riawklos couity's most prominent citluD, was lu tbe city yesterday. Death of .Mrs. E. T. Hall. Mrs. II til, wife of Hon. E. T. Hall die I at her husband' residence, oo Asylum street, this city, yesterday evening, after a protracted and serious' illnfe, in tbe 49. h year of her age Funeral services at the Second Presby terian Church, at 2J u'clook this af.er- noon. A neighbor informs us that bis wife never knew a quite night nntil tbe doctor prescribed Dr. Bull's Baby Syr up for her Utile ones. Visit to the College Farm. Tbe committee appointed by tbs East Tennes-ee Farmers' Coavention to visit the college firm, were cn veyed (hither by tbe college authori ties, yesterday morning. Tbe visit was oueofrauoh interest and tbe gentle men composing stld committee, and a few others, were highly pleased with the appearance ni general manage mnt of the farm Prof. McBryde took especial pains io explain and enlighten tbe visitors as to ibe very carefully conducted experiments belna- bad ou the farm with wbeat and manures Farmers of East Tennessee should tsks occasion ti visit ibe college farm When convenient, Oaly Ten Dollars ta Nashville. A will be seen elsewhere, the rail road authorities effar excuisloo rates to the Nashville centennial up tithe 20th Inst., good till the 30tb, for $10 and returu. This Is exceedingly rea sonable, and will enable many to go from KnoxvlII. Bales are correspond logly low froui other points. , The Wonderful Picture. , Hays tneC tome ) Tribune. Tbe sua picture ectertalumeot at Cl y Hall, Monday night, was perfectly faolnatlng, aud attracted a large audi ence. Tbs scenes were mostly repre sentations cf places noted lu his tory aod romance, snd were doubly attractive on account nf tbeir aaa o a Hon with the great dead, and with tnose wonderful oreatiooa of genius, tbe people of the imagination, who can never d e! The p ot tires of p.,. aod London of uoifd buildings aud tarka, in both of hee great cities, Were s i finely brougt t out, tbat one almost bdiuved he bebeld lbs reality, aod tbat i e walked amid tbe magio eoeues ao vividly set before blm. Court Reports. Criminal Court. Hon. M L Hall prtsidiug: j. i . ;- , , Ou motion of Pat Shea, Horace Fos ter wa sworn as an attorney, aud on motion of W. D. Rule, J. N, Ledger wood was also swrra. State vs. Caroline Weiser, selling whisky on huudaj; guiKy, motion for new trial overruled, tiued $10 Htaie vs Johu Ma by alias Jobu Gilbert; sv U v.one month ia oouuty jail. Stale vs. Jdckeou Roai. mabeui; jury re spited. State vs. Ferdluand H-takeU, carry log weapoue; n 1. pro4, on costs Court adjourned till 8 o'clock this morning. Knights' Initial Ball. We have been complimented with an iovilatiou to the initial ball of St. Patrick's Brauch of the Catholic Kuights of America, which will be giveu at the Atkin House, Thursday eveniog, 20th Inst. I be committee ou invitation is Pat Hhea, Jobu J. Gun tert, J. F. Murpby. RtOeptloa com mittee, Meedames P 'uttis Gleason, O. T. Callan, Pat Shea, W. U. Button, D. J. Moiiariy, Tim Sbes, M, D Sullivan F.J. Calan, Francis Bell and T. A. O'Conner. Male of I'nclaiuied Freight. Tne large audion sale of unclaimed freight by tbe E. T V & G. railroad cimpany, will o rumenee to-day, as has been advertised. Tbe sale will take place In the old Virginia depot. There Is a great quantity of this freight, of all shades and descriptions, It being ao accumulation tf four or five years, aod ii to be sold for the Charges. Since it was advertised, auch of it has been redeemed on payment of obarges, thus redticiug tbe bulk considerably. S. T. Williams, a prominent drug gist of Salisbury, M I , wrote, January 25, 1S78: "Seud me one dozu TuL'a Pills, aud if thiy prove what you claim for them I will nrdir more." February 19, be writer "Send me two diZ'U more of Dr. TukV Liver Pills by returu mail. They are doing woe ders here." Tlie mjb'ery has beeu solved at last; Our tetth uo longer need dtcay. Alt Iroui.l.g of the mouth are past, By SOZODOXT they're sweptawsy; A"d young aud old rosy smile secure With I ptaud ieeth so blight and pure. A Benefactress. Just oi.8n th doo tor her. and Mrs. Wlnslow will prore the American Florence Mghtlnga:e tf the Nu serj. Of this we are so sure, that e sill teach our "Susy" to sar "A Wessihg on Mrs. Wlnslow" lor helping her to suvl.e and escape the griping, col- lelng anJ teething sleg. Mi WINSLOWS SOOTUING bYKVl' relieves the child torn pain, and cure djsenter and dlarrhcea. It sol ens tba g .nu. reduce lntltunma ton, cures wind colic, and ca lies the tnla t Bahs'y throiiRh th teething pe r ct I pe toms pteclse j what it proteases to peifo m. eery part ef it nothing less. We have never seen Mrs. Wlnslow know he only through tne preparation f her "Soot IngSjTuplorChllJrtn Teething." if se b d the power, we wild make her, as j e ia, a physical avlorto the Infant .are. Sold br nU d u su. 25 ceaU a bi. ttj s, CITY ITEMS. Xashville Centennial and Exposition. Tickets to NashTllle and return wl 1 te sold a the fo lowing special rates, on oc a I n of the Centen nial Ce ebrat on, on May lfith, 16th, 17th, 18th, lttth an i 20th, inclusive, gxd to rtu n until May 30th: from s'at'on Brlsto to KogersYlH Junc tion, Inclu Ive, Witt bur and liusae lvllle, . S h Ion Morrlstown Branch. . . Morrlstown to Lnodon. Inclusive, . Phi 'Sde.ph a and sstetwa.er, Mouse Creek and A. hens, . , , Ifleevl le, Cua; lesion, Chatata, . Cleveland. Ool ewah, Xvner's, State Line, Varneli's M2 O'J 11 00 11 Ot) 10 00 H 00 8 00 1 OU 7 00 mayia ."t JAMES li. 0GPF.K. Bnnday sight a gold chain Bracelet ; the Under :t be rewarded by leaving It t.t this ofllo". maylld'tt For Sale. On rtoose and Lot. on Crofter street, in rar ot tU First Presb;trlan ehtircb. Apply to )ao;iH44mo. A. S. PKO9B. Business C hance. The firm of Bel' 4 Be L. Llverym:n. having been dissolved, I will seUIe all outstanding accounts against be old fl in. All parties owln : Bell Br 11 will pleas eall at n early day and s Ml and save ewta. (mat2)13) WM. M. BELL. ICK C'BKAKI ICE CKEAM!! Peter Kern's Maloosi Opea fer the Mra aea. Ladles and ge tlemen can now refresh tbem selvesata J Urns by calling at THE HAM). SOniMTK El RKAH MA1VOOX In the Sourh with lee Cream not te be excelled anywhere. FA.niLIEN,PICVICaai SOCIALH can bj supplied at short notice by the ouart or gauon at reasonable rates. Remember, H Is headquarters tor the heat Cream In the city. t. Hohlhasn Kep tbe Mllsmikee D ed Lagsr Beer. IIKAI 4RTKnM rOM MEAT Keller A Zrlar, Wrst Hide Market Slqoare. We have now the Latest Isnprored Ie B tor press Tin; Hea fresh, i nd will alwe; i keep on handi THE VCRV FI.VEHT jFBERtll UK AT, as we I i a a full supply of the beat or llama, JUrrakflMt Waeoa, aanaae, aul u fact ewivthlng la th meat line. We guarant . t our customers satisfaction anil easnnable prices. First or the Staaoa. , Call at Peter Kern's, Market Square, for a sparkling drink of Soda Water, fro.n bit new Arctic Fountain, the finest one a.er eea In.thU city, lie baa also on draught too kadiog minora watart. Exos'slor, Kl Mnigen, Seittsr, Vlctaey and Tata Bprtugj and Root Bsr ana (ilnger Ala, lb irsat lempsranos uA heajtb -tiring bsvaragaa, apnl-jutf ALL KINDS P-H;l:MTl DONS AT Lowest Prices ! DOM1 OIVB OttT YOITR WOKK TTNTTI. TOtt A--j(JiiItTAljy OCR KA'f.S. RAMACE & CO., OfpO ITn, COM S, 1cM.UiG& '0. H. W. CURTIS, WATCHES, JEWELEY SILVERWARE. New and Handsome Designs. Watch and Jewelry Repairing a specialty. SMITira OLD STAND, KNOXVILI.E, - Tfc.H KHSKF. WI, CASWELL & CO., Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of Cab'nelfi Upholstered Furniture Our new Factory is supplied with the latest perfected Ma chinery, all being made in 187Q-9, and hence we have un surpassed facilities for man ufacturing Furniture of the Latest Styles. Call and see us and you will find that we lead in etyles and prices, and will duplicate any Eastern prices, and thus save the freight. Ca Hand see us. WM. CASWELL & CO., Comer ot U; and C!hun h (Streets, Knoxvllle, Tennessee. RY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OT BALK, Xo. 378, in the case of (ieorge HufTaker, adm'r., &c, vs. Joel Hudson et al., issued by tlie clerk ot the circuit court of K . xvllle, Kuox couu v, Tenn.. aud to me directed, I will, on Monday, the vi uuitr, looti, wiuun legal nou a. In lrcmt ot tne court house door in t e city of niiuAY niK, Aiiox couwy, tenn., oncrrorsule to the highest bidder, for cash, all the right, title, interest and demand that Joel MudMin has In and to the following described tract of laud, to-wit : Lying in t e 18th civil district of Kuox coiim.v, leune&see, and bounded aa follows ; on lie east by French Broad river, on the south by uvv nulla.-,-, on ine wesi oy 14. n. s.wner, 01 the north by O. W. Lauglicrty, containing sev enty acres, more or leas. Tills, April 5 li. uw. ALEX. HEKl'KU, Sheriff. Iusolveut JNo,ioe. II W OLARK, A1minilra or of the s'tala n . f Jill, deoia ,d. li ,v.n dul' "" tnd the In oUoucy of ittt is ats oi mid 1 no n r .11 , nscna.ed: Tiisrif -re. I J. K. J Li. 0!erV sf lhOonntt Court if K10I oiiuoiy. 'is.n.. d ,idr thu, n, " . ;iar. wm.i itr v r en John h. r. J 11 dsceantd, to sive a tics in th Knoxvll.s tlir n icle. sod a -a at lbs cugn bnuss doi.r in th. IOVI1 Oi KnOXVlllr. Ini.n . tnr uil nmr ni.t knln Irs cl iu atuinn the ratals nfiad atcfa0, iu o'mr iTwiri at a Die 10-m wnn mr, i;iors, i .ro'Sui, 1 r nro rta l irtinti n, on e bs ois tbs Mb. day of 8oi.touibti, isu. Jnir, Ij b J. IJ, LEffU, Osrk. PURnrjART TO THE AB1VB ORDKR (-' in tlis t;ierk of the Conuiy C art, a1 1 1 erom Si'iiK clsius KHini thsiu il johnf.l'. o r an Bib notiiioci tn file thrn wdh the CI rk of ih Onnnt; tonrt oi Vmu 0 nntj i a or store tbs tf) a d.y of Septemhw lsgl so that pro rata dihtribuilun oi tne lun'l. may bs Bide. All ptriou. wU( sas oecea ed wi i at one some forward and fay up and sar Oust. , H. W. CLARK. Administia-or. THE BEAHOX That we eao sell Maddles and Ilarneas rhtaper than any other house: 1st, W watch sue expenses. Snd, We sell for CASH. 3rd, Xo aeeonnta to lose. Corn) and ee. MILLER . HOLMGISWORTn. aptistf. ' What Is Hay fever? ThU lash onable disorder It supposed to be an affection of tbe muc u mcmbrana of the nose. Tbey say that Henry's Car olic Salve wt I cu e it, If used freely an 1 persist ntly. Otve it a trial. Be ware of couuterf t ts. 't Klttrr's Is Ileadqiiaitnra fw Vine ClKiara, TobKwo, scihnu aBl utbrr I'ipea. atnd iiJ4Uer's Articles, stl 96 Ciay ati-At the Old MtttBd. TheVoltale Belt Co, Harahall, Mleh, Will Bead their celebrated ltctto-Volta c Belt to tbs afttioUvl upon 80 daja trial. Speedy cures guar 1 nteed. Tbey aeao what they isy. Write to them wlthoat delay. dcni)dwly A Card. . i To all who art suffering from tbs errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, os of manhood, ate.. I wm send a reotps that will oura yo 1. FUKE OF CIIAHG S. This great remedy was dlseorond by a missionary la Houtk bisrl a. Send a atlf-addrassed snvtlops to tlx iv. Jos sra T. Lmuk, station UswIoikClty. Ja.lttsed wlt CD J r-1 w g i CD . I V 2 I I i. OCDEW BROTHERG,,v ; Booksellers "and : Stationers, : - . , . , , , . .. . - " Printers and Binders, ' -' v x ' K3NOXVH.I-.13, - - - 'TKNNEBSBK.''' - ' Invlta attention to their Larir Btor-k of " ' " ' '' ALSO, CROQUET, BA.SE JBAII. BATTS, &o WE KEEP AS COMPLETE ,OTJ Trt PJ? IT AIMI HOUSE ' A STOCK OF i U JMl X IN THE CtTY. COFFIN, WILSON CtCO., WHOLESALE GBOCERS Corner Gay and Keep tht STAPLE AND FANCY a J GROCERIES oft m EAST TENNESSEE, ALLOW NO ONE TO UNDERSELL THEM. BOLB AGENTS FOB HazaTd Bifle and J.W.GAUT&SON, Produce and Commission Merchants, , DEALERS IN . ' ' V Wheat, CornOats, Hay, Flour Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Dried Fruit, &c., 203 Gay Street. Prompt Attention, to Conslgijaeiifs. Sollclta Ordsri fr ALL. HI,U8 PROIMCE HDTE1S: . CGS CD-HD' S THE SILK DEPARTMENT OF THE NEW ORLEANS STORE IS COMPLETE IN JVs offer good Llnlolng and Trimming Bilks at eo, 6.5, in, 83 csats aod up. Dress bilks, good substan lal quality, at $1.00. gl.10 and gl 28. ' " ' Choice grade r Cashmere Silks st il.50, ).76, ti.00 and up. Batra de Lyons st ti.oo. 2.60 and 43,00. -is l-ekin 8tri) Trimming Silks, black and colored, at 1 M. I lioics usw stylet lu Btsciwle Silks aud Satjis lu Falmleaf, Polk frx Tear Ip Hosebaii ata, OURNINC GOODS. Iu Ihbi line our slwk Is unsurpassed, we have CHAP MOKNIICS, M1LLANESB. UKNRtLTTA, BUUHAZ1NF AUST ftALIAN A full and BLACK ALL W( At 4J, M, Jo, 60, 65, 68, 75, BLACK ALPACAS AT KID GLOVES. The new and beautiful Foster Clove, without button. Try them'. Al Aug. Charles A Co's Seamless, butlnnw. al .......... Tn.r.niuia ulu..l i h..,..nK n . " ... ......... Liivenian's ft ls',Meamless,'g buttonV.'aC S-Button Oiiera, at ..'.'"".T " " v?eetV 1J1cl, Wilte" to'ora, aiia'opsi a ViVSiv Men's l-BtUton. W. Ita, ak Misses' 3 and -BuUon, at .. , ALL KID GLOVES -.T.iC?1, i"otl PB,r Proper sle that tsars or rips fho first time put on, another pair will bs stilwMiuted. LnderanyelrcumstauossUlofsswI'l not be exchanged that show slcns of bsvlaa htifn Wliril. nit. l,r t.,rn hv pl,.vu h will a van . Jk . T Z.. . i -i . -. uj nuu i.w v. i. ' ' "... .No aio-vem Exohaoffed Ws have. In elevunt vsiis v. ths stvlUh Iaa to?JrtinJt 'i"!'1 tU?"iJS?rt?L!!raiJVr.s,i.1,llrn,",h ewslor. haul and lashlon. Ho hoast outtldt of Hew Voik City kseps a better Una than e do. I rvus. BUNTINGS! BUNTINGS!! BUNTINGS!!! JwK wodved, itw llM of Bontlngi. wblfh D. B. LOVEMAN & CO. TO Reservoir Streets Largest Stock of Blasting Powder. ALL ITS DETAILS. a full Hue of CRAPE VEILS, UUKlTZ. TIT ETA LINK, TAMIUB, CBAPI, CAMEL'S UAIK, WlAf O'HTI cgai lines OL CASIIMERIS, SI), j, 90 cents and lip. ' " 20 0:NI3 AVD UF. ,lst , ns ..., ... IH MsaM 1 71 (Hf 3 M ;.. t oa ...... tie. ..... t OS .3. i H 1 OS ..... 7"e. and 1 at WARRANTED. I; " ' . " uiii-n no tiuoia(eu pair tw reranicq. oftor beinjj Tried 1 1.1a nr.A am. ui . . . w ... we offr at lowwt Hfuii