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-ot recommended as a remedy " for all the
, ' -hnt flesh is heir to," but in affections of
: 'i h er and in all Bilious Complaints, Pys-
- and Sick Headache, or diseases o.
i character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prcpara
. v to, or after taking quinine.
Vi a simple purgative they are uncqnalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid wit n
rV impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL
Each wrapper bears the signatures ot
r,. McLane axid Fleming Bros.
Insist upon having- the genuine ; s.
C. McLANE'S LIV ER PILLS, preparcci ,.y
' - rrarket bing full of mutations ot :
Zns JIcLaiiC, swelled differently 1
1 A A. 31.
muuit'atum upon second Thursday night of
cavh inontli at nail m ji.um.uic , V." u w ,r
i. has. Dawes, bee. Yv . A. Oalbraith, W.il.
rPTEH"8 LODGE. No. 24 C Statort commu
1 1 1 lncalion upon third Monday uilit of each
iTumth at Hall in Masonic lempie.
1 I MeCroskey, Sec. il W. nail, W.M.
rK VKI. ClIArTER, No. 44. It. A. Jl.-f tated
i ' ,.",,,.0.1:,tin unon lirst Monday mailt of each
mouth at Hall in Masonic Temple,
tv J. Todd, Sec. W. A. Oalbraith, H.P
- - , - - a ..... r n'TirlU' 'V. O
) Stated conclave upon second Monday niKht
el rtcli month; meetings for drill upon Friday
ni -lit of each week, at Hall in Masonic iemple.
5. J. Todd. l'ec. E- I'-olh. k.U
bicycle. These are weighty reasons
why population and wealth has not
increased in Texas as they have in
The observer will not fail to note
the contrast, and he will naturally
inquire wny u exists. ne two
states are not far apart, and there
is no great difference in the natural
advantages " enjoyed by them" They
are both states in the American un
ion, governed by the same na
tional laws. But", the local gov-.
eminent and policy- of the one
is republican and the other
democratic. The governor and
legislature of Kansas is. republican
while that of Texas is democratic.
A large majority of the r people . of
Texas vote the democratic ticket,
while an overwhelming majority of
those in Kansas vote the republican
ticket. The policy of Kansas has
been to encourage free schools while
the policy of Texas has been just live powers v.t the nu
the opposite. The policy .of. the XTem?iVtenhabui,
republican party has been to en
i. o. o. r.
-l ST TENNESSEE LODGE. No. 54 Meets
lVTii'-sdav nights at Odd Fellows II all, west
M.le Market S.'iuare. J. A. Galyon, N. G. ; in.
s uniiols, v.G. ; v.. W. Adkins, K.S., and Term t
s-.c ; Gei). JlcJniire. Treasurer.
j7 t7c az ier7 or D, sT,
CI IN'CH ST., WEST OF GAY, NEAR CIJSTOM
llavics a personal knowledge of Dr, Cazixb
and hi) a1 Uities in Dontiftry, 1 commend him to
my patients find the rublia as a nsost thorough,
competent and cors:iect:ous Dentist.
janTdly J. FQUCHE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
uitice east side of Gay street, near the residence
S. T. Atklii. Charges moderate.
Steam Sash and Blind Factory.
J. T. AMBROSE & SON, Prop's.
Manufacturers r.f Sash, minds, Doors, Mouldings,
I'avue School Desk, etc etc. Also Dealers in
Lumber, rouuh and dressed. Call and see them
before buying eisewhero. Crai: ii; Ferguson's
old stand, McGhee. street, Nortu KnoxvUie.
J. F. BAUMANN,
OFFICE : Over E. T. National Enk. Gay St
F, F. ATWELL, Agent.
HOME INTSUKANCE COMPANY,
CONTINENTAL AND NIAGARA,
of New York,
an FTtANKLIS. cf Philadelphia.
SOTAIilf PD 45 1.1 P.
1HA. II. 15KOWX.
Kj NOTAIIY FET.LTC,
Office at the East Tennessee National Bank.
courage free schools and immigra
tion, while that has not been the
policy of the democratic party.
But the contrast doe3 not stop
here. Human life is held more
sacred in Kansas than it is in
Texa3. Derringer pistols and
double-barrelled shot guns are
plenticr in Texas and more fre-
haa administered the government for
tte past fifteen years.
" CLEAR AND SATISFACTORY.
Nashville American (dem )
We have eeldom seen bo much Dut
within such brief compass, or bo clear
ly and satisfactorily. There is no lin
gering over the subjects treated, no at
tempt ai nne writing, no trimming, do
demagoguery, no double meaning. It
is the letter of a man who thoroughly
understands nis subject, who has an
alyzed every iasue and omits none,
w no sees Ciearly tbe main issue and
presents it without unnecessary dis
cussion and yet fully. It i3 the letter
or a man or ' action rather tnan or
words, and yet of one who thoroughly
comprehends the nature cf tbe duties
he is about to assume and the structure
and philosophy of the government he
is called on to administer. He' pre
sents his views in clear and excellent
- Cincinnati Commercial (lad. Hep.)
There sre Borne marks of Hancock
himself in the letter over his signature
published this morning, accepting the
Cincinnati nomination for tbe presi
dency. He eeems to bave refreshed
himself for tbe task by reading tbe
resolutions of '9S. The evstem of
freshnrsa is iu the laborious recital of i
the familiar definitions of the re? pec-
on and tbe
al major gen
eral appears also in the conclusion,
which has tbe.rerecisp.ory tons or a
military order. Tbero is? mere indi
viduality in the letter than we bad ex
pected, and it is so weli written, and
recites the common p'.acts with t-uch an
air of novelty, that we anticipate the
popularity of tbe document in the
party whose hopes respecting it have
been tirjged with anxiety.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must us o
LYON'S KATUAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair ?rrow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes tho Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is tho sure
result of using Kathairon.
For .Representative, '"v.
We are authorized and requested f announee 1
W. A. A. CQNN EK, Esq.,rs a candidate lor Rep
resentative ot Knox county in the next Legisla
ture, For Sheriff. . ;'
We are authorized to announce C. B. GOSSETT
as a candidate for Sheriff of Knox county, at the
ensuing election, August o. isso.
Trustee- - .,.s. .
We are authorized to announce W. II. SWAN
as a caudidate for re-election as Trustee ol Knox
cunty, at tne ensning August election.'
' For Constable.
I in under raany oblteations to tha voters of the
st district for the call to become a la iUldate. I
th r fore announce myself as a candidate for Con
stable at the ensuing e ecuon, promising, ir eiecteu,
te terform the duties oi me onice iaitniutiy.
KespectruiiT, j ouiii a. maoujs.
We are authorized and requested to "annouitce
F. SHEPARD as a caudidate for Constable in
the 1st; civil district ol juaox county, at tue en-
uina August election. ...
We j,ra anrhorizfd and requested to announce
JOHN A. REEDEK as a canmaate tor constable
in the first cml district ci ik.nox county, at me
ensiug August election. - .
TVe nre authorize and requested to announce
M. D. SULLIVAN as a candidate for reelection to
till the office of Constable in the 1st citII district of
Knox county, at the ensuing election m August.
We are authorized and requested to announce
MIKE J. HOG AN as ft candidate lorcoasiaDie
in the first district at tne ensuing August election.
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos-
quently used than they are in Kan- before. The only notable sentence m tiveness, Headache. It assists di
sas. The rights of person and pdi'tTcal mthodToftiBouth'! gestion, strengthens the system,
property are better protected in res era adherents, in bis declaration that regulates tne bowels, purines tne
A WEAK EFFORT.
Indianapolis Journal (Rep.)
So weak an efl rt on so momentous
an occBsion was probably never made
nulthor framl nr,r furf mnat i e al
publican Kansas than in democratic lowed to subvert the rights of the peo
ple." This, it it does not refer to tbe
Texas. The laws are more rigidly
enforced in the former than in the
latter. Society is more stable and
better established in Kansas than
use of the shot gun, the bail whip and
the tissue ballot in the south, has ni
meaning whatever. The remainder of
the letter is made up of generalities
the same old twaddle about the division
of Dowers among national and local
governments, tbe demand for reconcil-
Now, there i3 a reason for all this iation, etc., with an appeal to tbe
WUUIO UUUUllJf IU tUlU I U i ICY1VO J-Ji
common interests, and "assist our mer
chants, manufacturersand producers
todevelooour vast resources," all of
which, we presume, is to be done under
democratic- rule with the aid of a free-
blood. A Book sent free. Dr.
Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
FOR SALE BY ALX. DRUGGISTS.'
DULL BUT DECOROUS.
N. Y. Tribune (Rep.)
The letter mav be dull, but it is der
Entered at the Post-OfTice at Knoxville, Tea
flessee, aa Second-class rualtcr-
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1SS0.
Republican NominaticHS for 18S0
and vre appeal to the unprejudiced
reader to consider what it is. Does
the local government and policy of
the ruling power in these states
have nothing to do with it ? It is
sometimes charged that republicans
are enemies to the south, but does
it not annear from the crominent corous, and that is Komethiot; to be
rir , . , . grateful for. It has one fault as a
tacts presented by this contrast, letter accepting a democratic nomina
tion for the presidency, it is not a
democratic letler. Its platitudes are
the platitudes which democrats some
times preach, but which they never
practice. These are tbe doctrines
which democrats do not believe,
though they often profess them. If
the letter was addressed to tue party
which created and adopted the great
war amendments, which saved the
union, and which has built up the
country into a new and great prosperi
ty, there would be some fitness in
many of its deciaiatiocs. But when
we reflect that it is addressed to the
party which fought to destroy tue
union, which in the northern branch
es resisted at every step th9 progress
of the war amendments, and which
fought with equal zeal every; step of
the resumption policy which brought
our great prosperity, the letter becomes
a mass of incongruities and absurdities.
H sail iy
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
FOK VICE PRESIDENT,
CHESTER A. ARTHUR
that the democratic party is a worse
enemy to the south than the repub
lican party ?
Opinions or the I'ress.
New Ycik EveniDg Pest (Ind.)
General Hancock's short and rudi
mental essay on the nature and powers
of the government will meet with gen
eral acquiesence. But when we Borne
to the questions in respect to which
there is not agreement, when we look
to find the candidate's views of prac
tical measures in regard to which the
parties ditler or profess to ditler, tne
letter slops short.
A VOICE FROil TAMMANY.
New York Star (Tammany Dem.)
Gen. Hancock's acceptance is a trum
pet blast, terse, resonant, electrifying.
There is no equivocation, no word-
juggling. The author does not rehash
his party platform into a tedious essay,
nor wander on into verbose discussion
of minor issues, which, in the end,
must seek solution from congress, not
from the executive.
Cincinnati Gazette (Rep.)
1ST Distkict-A. II. PETTIEONE.
2-ND DlSTKICT L. C. HOUS.
Sheriff C. B. GOSSETT.
Trustee W. II. SWAN.
THE STATE CANVASS.
In another column will be found
an article copied from the editorial
columns of the "W" aco (Texas) Tele
phone, which, to the ordinary ob
server, contains a wholesome lesson.
A contrast is there presented be-
tween the States of Texa3 and
Kansas, which may be studied with
profit by the people of the entire
south. With a territory less than
half tbat of Texas, Kansas has, in
the last ten year3, trebled its popu
lation, while Texas has barely
doubled. The climate of Texas is
as good, if not better, than that of
Kansas, yet the latter has quadru
pled its taxable wealth, while the
increase in the former has been
There are reasons for these things,
a,nd some of them are frankly given
by the Texas paper. The su
periority of the Kansas school
system is undoubtedly one of them.
No man who thinks anything
of his family is going to settle in a
country where he cannot have good
1 1 . n
schools, so ions as he can hnd a
place where they do have them. A
man who expresses opinions on the
question of free schools or immigra
tion, such as are attributed to the
governor of Texas by this Waco
paper, could no more be elected
governor of Kansas, than ho could
navigato tho Atlantic ocean on a
Who would suppose that within the
plumed, epauletted, yellow sashed,
brass buttoned, martial exterior of a
soldier whose hand is always dallying
with his constant weapon, the bayo
net, there could exist the great states
manship which has evolved plati
tudinous maxims of such milky mild
nesfc? A "MODEL CONFESSION OF TRUTH."
Louisville Courier-Journal (Dem.)
Gen. Hancock's letter of acceptance,
which we present this morning, is a
model confession of faith, explicit, di
rect and to the purpose. It leaves
nothing to be said on the subjects
named. The republicons may wrestle
and wrestle with it, but the more they
do the worse off they will find them
selves. There is another point, too,
which they can not get away with; it
is Hancock's letter, not Black's or
Tilden's, as they have been pretendiDg
it would be. From first to la&tii
breathes the same spirit, speaks the
same language, which rank throngh
those famous orders to which the boI-dier-state8man
owes his present posi
tion. Now let the work go bravely
"INANE AND POINTLESS."
Philadelphia Press (Rep.)
A more inane and pointless letter
could not well have been written.
Who can tell whether Hancock sus
tains the national or the federal ide of
the republic? Who can say whether
be advocates or opposes uniimueu sil
ver? Who can say whether ho ap
proves or resistts paper inflation?
V ho can determine whether he favors
or condemns the protection of Ameri
can labor ? Who can indicate whether
he has even tbe germ -of an idea for
the regulation of the civil service?
His letter will be searched in Vain for
a clue as to whether he has any
thoughts on any of these questions. '
If this is statesmanship, heaven save
New York Worid Dem.
There is not in General Hancock'
letter a single expression which can
fairly be called the expression of a
partisan. I'here is nothing in it which
any critic can object to as coming with
an ill grace from a soldier in active
command, bound to obey the lawful
orders of his puperiors without regard
to their political opinions. And yet
General Hancock's simple direct state
ment of what all democrats esteem to
be elementary truths concerning tbe
nature of our government is the mo3t
formidable arraignment that could
be devised of the republican party,
and of the sectional spirit and the
arbitrary methods in which that party
The Weakly county democrats ap
pointed delegates to the state conven
tion and instructed them to support no
man for governor who is in favor of
paying interest upon any part of tbe
state debt, except upon bonds held by
Mrs. Polk, or by educational institu
tions. The democrats of Hamblen county
are for compromising the differences
of the party and iustruct their dele
gates to vote for Marks.
The Franklia county delegatio n 1 o
the democratic state convention is in
structed to vote for Marks.
WIIOI.KSALE Dl'ALl'-KS IN
7 STOP ORGANSiff iS
ped, only 9T.T5, New Piano, 81S5 to
-Midaumnier cfftr llluit'd free. Address
Daniel F.Beatty, Waihirgtoa N.J.
Agists W akted for Smith's Bible PieticYiary and
uoiiufn'. CIPTflQIAl DIQI fQ
Sew 1 IO U iriU U1ULLO.
Address for Circular, A.J; Holman 6; Co.,
AfiENTS WANTED ti sell the tlFK ;T
B hii life-lone friend. Hon. John W, .tor-
nJ, an editor and u(uor cf oatio nal reputa-
nun. ii Kiuvub auiuiici vi mo p j 1 1 -' '
This work is eoaipleto. authentic low-priced.
Vnllr illnstrmted. Pofiii vdv the abi8t and
truly official work. 9Bet term. Ou fit 50j
Paniculars free. Aet quir. Address liVJi-
l!ARD BKO.. Pnbr. Atlanta G. w
MALT AND HOPS
HATS AMD H ABB WARE.
Would lespeclfuUy announce that Their assortment of Good
for the Spring Trade is now complete. They have all then
Departments filled with
RESH, SEASONABLE GOODS,
vrMch they offer to Merchants only,
AT EASTERN PRICES.
All. Orders' Promptly and Carefully Filled.
M Mil. fmv? i
Is the liijilu't-t avliiovtniont iu cereal
pnxliu ti:-.:.s, an;! rcr.mvnod tliroiigjiout
tho world as tho Slaniiard I.niiiulry
frtarol!. In tl:a-,K- ic presents lm;;e donso
crystals f ivon'.lfiful -oliiteiiess and
Bwfftuoss, free fnim the f:iinU'st odor
and of ineon;par:ihle strength. Its su
periority and economy are the result of
experiment and i!v.p ovemeiit for thir-
(iltsrs Lliisip Siavi n is KK lu ll 111
some jie-3oi::xi, t lir-e-pond, and six
pound c:rtoj:,sti, for sale nv (irooers
i-x e; v-vhere. JiLiiiiif-H ured hy ANDREW
CBKESBRECKcS. -nviuati, Ohio.
T7or Enfeebled Digestion, impoyerLshcd Blood,
I' weak Luihm. Kidnevs. ana Lrinary tirgims.
Consumption, Emaciation, Mental and Physical
Exhaustion. Delicate leiuales. Mirsing Alotliers,
Sickly Children, and Debility of Age, MaLT
Strenctheninr. raliziiiK and l'unryinK by rea
son of their richness in Bone and Muscle Produ
cing Material than all otlier forms of malt or
medicine, while tree from the objections urged
against malt liquors. Prepare i by the M ALT
BITTEliS CO,, from Unfermented Valt and Hops
So'd everywhere, i: ALT BI LI EltS CO., Boston.
viTVTL. VKCHANICL. AND MINING EN-
GINEERIlNG, t the HecF?el?tr Ptljtech
tic institute, i roy. N. Y. The oldfFt ergmecr
ing ."chorl in Ameri'a. iVext teim hrg.rs fcep
ember 16th. The Hesi ter for 1830 contains
tist of the graduates for the P ast 54 yearf, with
lhe-.r popiuons; aio course t siucy rtquiie-
meati, expense?, etc. Address
JJAV1U M tiK.i'.P.JX i" - J'lreor.
Go to the
LAW CHOOLl MN D
1 i:s rrpiil:i: Hy the re
st ol :i lifetime. Itoyal
U I XT term, beinsr the 3ih beg ns Sep' 6. 180.
L p'ini- ard iioerte -o piactirc n ny be ob-
'a t a Dy aiienj-ng 'w te s oi a ve monius
i atdi (ats 'or Se i C a.-i leitiyed on
exoimr at s. iai!Milet9 upr terai oi nye
nic h. liiar-. in in g nd la'i il.es 51 50 per
wif T i nion aw in lore" in erery state
ist iigh-, t.-.t !-y lertart is, r ut by ao:nl recita
tatiuii aLd exmica ioi. f-'eir twi thousand
youne men have at e'ded ti s E h'loJ.
The Best is the Cheapest
Cast Tetn., Va. and Ga. Rallroftd.
Sol. Mixed Train. Leaves Bristol
Arrives at Knoxville.. ..
Leaves Knoxville ........
Arrives at Daiton.....
Arrives at ChaUaaooga
The thirty-second session will begin on Monday
Sept, 6th 1880. It offers home comforts and ex
celent educational adventages on the most rea
sonable terms. For further information, address
R. C. CAVE, Ilopkiusvill Ky.
The B Turcot and lh-st Medicine ever Jlade.
Acolmbination ct Hops, Buchu, Man
drake Dandelion, with all tae best and
most c ura tive pi upti tii.3 of all other Bitters,
nialfps tho trreatest Blood Purifier. Liver
Rea U l a tor, ami Life and Ilt-alti ltoitorlug
No disease c.an possibly longr exist vhcre nop
Bitters are us edo vailed and pei ioct are tlieir
Tnniiw c;niiloviuci!t3causo irrejTulari
tyorUietKc!sorii'!ry orgrans, or who re
quire an Aopetizerivlouic uuumuu ouuiuuiuw
Hop Bitters are iuvalk"able. Without intox
So matter what your fefttnjrs or symptoms
are what the disease or ail Weiit ia use Hop Bit
ters. Don't wait until you a,,e sicii but if you
only feel bad or misu'able,SU3Ct''t--ra at once
ltmaj siveyjarlii.ltlic.bSJ.aved hundreds.
$500illtepaiaioraca2?e they will not
cu re or he! p. I)o not eufTer 54 your friends
auSer.but use and uraro theiut0use Hop B
Kemember, Hop lliiters 13 novi!e' drugged
drunken nostrum, but the lirest."1 a d Best
Medicine ever made . tho 'UTlUDSfe FE1ESD
and HOPE" nnd no person or family
should be witho;it them.
rVl.dVi an ab:-o!ue and irresi-'tiljle
f orDruniceunesis, use ot opium, tobacco
tiiiTviiti.-s. A1J sold uv dimnnsts.
for Circular. Hop Kitten f?. Co.,
PoollPotrr N Y ?'H Toronto O
,. o 00 am
.... 6:30 p. m
.... 6 30 b m
So 1 makes oonnection at Chattanooga with the
N&Ehville and (jhattanocga ttoadf. Also makes
c'.ose connection with the Cincinnati bouthern.
and at JDalton with the W. & A. K R
Sv t Mixed Train, leaves Chattanooga 8 SO a m
Arrives at Knoxville A 05 p m
Arrives at Bristol ll.5
Co, 3 Leaves Bristol 10 (2 pm
Arrives at Knoxville........... ...... 2 48 a m
Leives Knoxville 2 55am
Arrives at Dalton.................... 8 OD am
Arrives at Chattanooga. 7 15 a m
Vo'S connects at Dal ton with the Western and
Atlantic and gelma, Rome and Dalton Roads
i.nd at Chattanooga with Alabama and Great
Southern Road : and Memphis and Charleston
Railroad. A connection for Nashville is made
by this trRin witb 3 hours' delay at Chat
tanooga, except on Sundays.
n c. 1 Leaves Ctattaaooaa. MOpm
Leaves Dalton 8i 25 p m
Arrives at Knoxvihe... U 54 p m
Leaves Kcoxvin a. -......... i p m
Arr,79S at Bristol 5 CO an
So 4 makes close connection at Lynchburg for
Wasnington and isiastern citits.
Jv r, . ivtlle nd Ob lu Railroad.
;iV6? Kncxvii.e 4.'15 p m.
tr'-irrf.s a.t ua revviii6..............w ,. r m.
aave Car sville ";00 A. u.
irriva a Knoitville..... .- Iv.O A M.
Mak' connections with botn aay trairiB on tne
E: T.. V. & G. R. R.
Cluctnnatl, Cnmbfrlund Gap and
Leaves Knoxville (Freights) ...... 7:30 a. m
Leaves Morristown 11 10 am
Arrive at Wolf Creek... 145 p m
Leave Wolf Creek 3 00 p m
Arrive at Morngtown 6 35 d m
Connection is made at Marristown with the
E. I., Va- A Ga. trains No. 4 East and No. 3
West, Also connection at wolf Creek with
tases for Warm bprings and Ashevilie, going
(tcoxvlHe and Augnsta Rail r tad.
Leave Maryvilie at S;00 a m.
Arrive at Knoxville 9:20 a k
teave Knoxville 3.15 r
Arrive at Maryvilie 4:20 r v.
Connection made with both day trains on the
T.. V. & . K. K..
Condon sad Boekwood Mall Paeltet.
The steamer Emory City, carrying the mail,
passengers and freight, runs daily between
Loudon, Kingston and Rockwood, arriving at
Loudon to connect with the eastern bound train,
No. 4, at 9:22 i. m, and loaves for Kins ton and
Rockwood oa tbe arrival of the western bound
rain, No. 3, at &:28.
Circuit Court of ths United States.
Eastern District cf Tennessee- In Equity.
A. J. Ricks vs. Rebecca B. Brandon et al.
tttt RSTT A TIT to a decree rronounced in the
X above cause by the United Htates Circuit
Ocnrt for the Eastern District of Tennessee, on
the 12th day of July. 18 V, reviving a tor m it
decrae hv sail court in said cause ou ice
fl ftv of Janin,, lssri. T wol 89il at Dubhc auc
tion. to the highest bidder, in front of the west
entrance ot the vcateince in unoxvme, ..
ON THURSDAY, THE 12th DAY OP AUGUST
JNliAi; AT 11 U UiiUUa, A.m.,
the ho.se and lot mentioned and deBeribai in
the pleadings as fo lows : Lot numbered 9,
(and the improvements therecn) on the east
side of nieh strAnt. in tti nitv nf Jfnoi rille.
fronting fifty feet, more or less, on iaid street,
anu runnin? urcb; one hundred and tortj-nve
lees, more or less to an alley.
oaiu eaie win be made on a redit of six
montns. ana m bar of the equity of re emntion
taaing a-note from the purchaser with gond per
sonal Bocuriu, ana retaining a Hen g farther
security. A. K. HUMIS.
July 21, 1880-dIJt Commissioner.
Use la your Painting only (be firllly
The ANCHOR LEAD Is cuaranteed to contain
nothing but pure White Lead and pure Lineed
Oil, which are the best materials known for
Faints. Ihe Anchor brand is w ii Known lor us
onritv and the hish reputation it 1ms always
borne, and on account of its durability is far
cheaper in tne end to tne consumer man any oi
the so-called cheap pa nts. The Anchor Lead ut
being imitated, and we caution all to see that the
name of the manufacturers as below and the cut
above is found on every label.
THE 4HCHOK Wllltf. LKAUCO.,
Saeferil, I bHmltrriniii V' A hem,
Knoxville, Tenn.. Agents.
o WMV AH
; ! " '
- ii. m
J.W. GATJT & SON
Produce ai.d Commission 9Iercisuits9
Wheat, Corn.Oats, Hay , Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Dried Fruit, &c.
Corner State and Eeservoir Streets,
Prompt Attention to Consignments.
Solicits Orders for ALL KI.MIS PBOBFCE.
KSTARLISI I K 1 1 S."4
Are sold by all Hardware and flame Pealers. There
is no one ownlnf? a hora or mule but what will find in
this line of jroods. something of (rrcst value, ami es
pecially adapted totheirwants. COVERT M'F'G CX,
fiMinov,K. Sole ilanufacturcra.
AGENTS WANTED ffiVfflivS
of our next President and Vice President,
Gen. HANCOCK ana
HON. W. H. ENGLISH.
Thousands are waiting for the book. It contains
steel portraits oi me candidates ana iner iiui
page engravings. Extra, inducements offered to
those selecting territory now, Douglass Bros,,
55 W. 5th St., I incinnati, O.
$7 "7 "7 A YEAR and expenses to
ill agents. Outfit i("ree. Address P.
- -n VICKERy. Anmsta. Maine.
i DVERTISEKS : senu iur our neirc j.isi oi
A Local Newspapers,
10 Spruce st,
Geo. P. Ilowell & Co.j
STATIONARY & PORTABLE ALL. SIZES.
Awrardod Modal at Centennial Exhibition for
jTonnrtions, Adjustmf-nt of Carts. Mroncin. iwny.
BLYMYER MANUFACTURING CO.,
Our lit of S;u'ar Cn!i, Machinery com prises the
Lir-rest and lno.-t c-fimn'pfe ine ol Cane Wills. J-vano-
it ";r-. -r., made uy a::y csUbliihniKUtia tue World,
VERTICAL C AXE MILLS
. . Cr 41. 1. SIZES,
HORIZONTAL CANE MILLS
i:msB Toweh, ax Steam Toweb.
S UGA R E I 'A P OR A TORS,
S TEAM S UGAR MA CULVERT
sn l n't .--ip -rat us for Svrnp or Rucrar matiBg. Circu
lars, iiU prices, Ac, tent on application.
DLYE1YEH FrtANUFACTURING CO.,
tl.CI5ATI, U. .-
'unufar!nrfr ttSu jtr Cane Xirhinrry. Tlrtnr fine Sill,
AHENTS WANTED For the Bet and Fast
est Sellin? Pictorial Books and Bibles. Price
reduced 33 per cent. National Pub.ishicg Co.
CEILED PROPOSALS for tho Gradirg
id Masonry of the Ejsh Tenn rs.pn and
Western North Carolina &ailroad (Narrow
Gauge), from HamptoD, Teen., to North Caroli
na State line, wilt be received at the Engineer's
office, Klizibethton. Tenn... until Weanrsday
noon, August 18, lh8i.
Specification! and tlsnk forms for proposals
can b btaioedof J. Wis, Bfct'y. ffl7 Walnut
street. Philadelphia. P and at the Engineer's
effi'e, Eliibethton, Tenn. ,
The right to rej eet any ra an wis is referveu,
TUOS. E, MATSON
" - Chf EcKineer.
Elitabethtop.Tenn Jn:y2t,lE8Q. r 2neo
Nashville College . for Young:
Ladies. I "
5. 25 8. (tprnos St.. NliIUr Tmn.
Ret. Oo W. F. Peicb. D.D (late of Ala )
Prest, Buildloj and lacality select. Thorough
adraneed course in all depirtmenU; Latin. Cai
isthenics. Art, Oerrcaa. Italian, Fretioh; Musio
by eminent artists. Boarders in president's fam
ily. Refer to Bisiops M, . Church, South.
Opens Sfpt.1. 1880, Send for circular, i :
BLOCH & CO.,
PKINTEI AND HUNTING
ALL FOREIGN NATIONAL FLAGS,
Complete sets of "Coat.? of Arms" of evcrj
tftate in the Cnion, Goddusof Literty, '
Washington" uud tbe "Continental fcol
dicr" in Life Size. Torches, Fnney l'aper
Lanterns, Shields and other IX-coratiom.
ef DTery Description
Price Lisw furnished on application.
19 ELM Street,. tlSCISXATI, 0.
People's Bank cf Knoxville
SAM. HOUSE, Cashiar.
rtio. O'Conner, Jas. O'CJonnrr,
ir.o B. Neely. T. It. Corniolt.
fi N. Hood, rirvm. House.
3ENEUAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Designated Depository of the Slate.
Deals in Foreign and Dors sstio Exohance. Belli
Drafts on ail the principal cities in Europe, buy!
andsellsUncurrent Money. Gold and Silver.War-
.. ,n 4 -5irir atM"4 A wtf
Garmors's Artificial Ear Druma
A t xa I'm l ii Tn
?teice Ocoee Base Bcilcihg. Gat Si
Samcel ti.cK.iv. Ass't Cashier.
Wi'l transact a General Banking and Broker
d re Business, receive Deposits issue Certificatea
I, peposit, doal in Exchange, bay Gold and
Silver. 3anh Notes, Bonds and Stocfes.
We prefer that collections of Revenue shild
be naadoin person or send fund? by nr agent in
ftexd of mail nr arnrwaa-
Th onYy Soutftem Rako and Drirs
; Factory In tho Country.
These cnls represent onr SO St erl-Toot.h Kcrse ELe
with Iron Hubs (or Loom t Hulilcd in "dV-tf,!-..
in uso-aiid oar Positive 1 orco-fceed Cr.ivn. boed nd
VertUiiuur Drill (which c--n be chanfied. to smr any
M ty whUa PrUl ia in ' J mfifi?
liKrirthreiSftlia All we ask is, wr.d
&umtrn persona nmnjf thmu. All are -orrel
UACCKSTOWN AQRICDITURAL IMHEMEHT KF9.
llaccrstewa, Mary laudi
A NEW SCHOOL SONG BOOK
A New, Complete onl most at ractive
Collection cf School Songs,
liy L. O. Emkkson.
Tea 1 so Cents f Fpe in en Copy.
Books for Scboole, Sicgirg Scbocls
Cboin, and Gospel Temperance
WelctmeChcius S'.CO. Tor ll!h Bchocl:
eong Bellr. loctr. For Common fchools
"White Rober. LO cU, For Sunday SchouU
Tcmplr, :.0), Far Chtir and Sit 'ti
Voice of Worship. $'.0 Cho rs and Singh.'
JohnFou's Meth d foriniio Cla.-sos. 0l'
For S ngirg tchools.
Temperance Jewels, 3, cts, Go-pel Ttmp
Ttrapcranco Light, liots "
OLIVER U1TS0N & 0., Bosln.
C. H. DITSON & CO., 813 B'dway. New Tork.
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