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mblk Witthh OLhxamtk, Mcbncsban, Dobcmkr 27, 16?a.
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WEDNESDAY, . . . NOV. 27, 1872.
Protecting 1'cach Trcos,
1. Stownrt, of (ho Ml. Lebanon Slinfccrs,
communicated to tho Parmer's Club of
Now York n inodo of protecting peach
trees from tho grub which infests their
It consists of a mlxturo of ono peck un
bleached nshes, one quart Hue salt, ono pint
Hour of sulphur, four quarts bono meal or
phosphate of lime, and two quarts lino sea
Hodugcloso around tho roots of about
ono dozen trees, somo of them badly aflect
cd with tho grub, and put about a pint of
uio mixiuro tigut around tlio body
lis rrnsres Apcnrnnro ot the Discnio
Tho malady, which has pursued its march
from tho Canadas Southward without Interrup
tion, has now rcaehod Chattanooga, nnd sever
al ox teams have mado their appenranco on tho
slrocts. Yesterday n pair of oxon woro sont to
that city from Knoxvlllo for tho Express Com
pany, to bo usod in caso tho horses should tako
sick at Atlanta
Tho Clmtlnnooffa Times say : All tho horses
in tho livery stables of "Weill & Owens nnd
Crawford & Carroll nro attacked with a mild
form of tho horse discae, nnd nono of them nro
allowed to work. Tho symptoms so far consist of
couching and chills nnd fovcr. Only ono horse.
so ,ftr'm,"8 beon ""octed with running at tho
nose. Tho treatment used is rest and quiet,
with an occasional warm bran mash, nnd u lit
tlo condition powder. Wo understand that n
number of horses outside are affected, but us
the Snrinc ho examined nil tlin f rnra nlnun- I .VCt there has boon no nnrriMitlhlnrltctni.),.,......
ly to which this mlxturo has been applied. "Uhe. Hcst and quint aro tho principle
11 . 1 .1 Mill n.fiAl Ml ll.n 1. I X'" ... -r t .
)g luiiiwuiB, vi mu Jiursw in new XOTK, VtuO
iuiiuvuu iroin iauor on mo urn symptoms,
nono havo died, whilo nearly nil of those that
woro worked after the diseaso appenred aro
now dying. With proper treatment wo npprc-
nena no trouble, unless it bo n suspension of
mu uruy uusinws ior a low days, which would
bo a sorious inconvenienco whilo it lasted.
aim, n tno worst comes, we can get plenty of
and could find no appearance of grubs
iiuum, iiuy ui uiem, wnuc ono standing near
thoui in tho sauio kind of soil, which was
missed, was found full of grubs, and about
nan a teacup mi ot gum about tlio roots.
This is a cheap remedy, and easily obtain
ed, and it would bo well if many porsons
would experiment with It nnnn n fnu lm
In empirical compounds, which consist of
several arucies, generally somo of them nro
inert. In tho present mlxturo all, perhaps,
may bo nctivo except tho sea gravel. I
doubt if it ia any moro useful in this caso
than it Is upon tho roofs of houses.
We copy tho following interesting items
frnm tho last number of tho Amcriean An.
Young pigs, liko all young, growing an
imals, should have abundance of food, and
mo urai. ui oie unu treatment.
Woflndo thousand different remedies sup- 13 .or?anlzallon to this
gcsica by horso surgeons for tho nrovailimr principles no represents
malady tbat may eventually reach this section, ireo covemment.
lllO following SCems to tin roomrilnil ncnln.l,ln
lowincr seems to tin roomrilnil ni nninni,i
in tho press, and wo givo it for what it may
provo to bo worth. All authorities seem to
agrco that rest and good nursing aro tho main
things nnd such seems to bo reasonable. Thus
uiii-uu -uunn, n notcu norseman, says :
j.110 most approved treatment is to
Johnson's Homo Os-gnu nn tho I'olltlcnl
I'll litre In Tennessee.
Tho Greenovlllo Sentinel and Reporter,
tho homo organ of Andrew Johnson, in
this week's lssuo hurls this thunderbolt at
the Cheatham Democracy:
Tho ring Is trying to rally Its broken
columns, Tho spirit of proscription is still
rlfrf. Mr. Johnson nnd his supporters nro
daily arraigned, charged will ills of which
they wero neither tho ennso nnr tl in nnnn.
sion, ncd bitter, mallguautoabuso is their
daily portion. ,
If Johnson men aro to bo proscribed by
tho Cheatham men in the Legislature If
the majority force such Issues, then our
advice isfortho Johnson men toformsuch
alliances, both offensive and defensive, as
will be ncccsenry notonly for self defense,
but also for tho purposo of annihilating
with a clap of thunder tho last remnant of j
mat niinerto almost Invincible military
ring whoso power Andrew Johnson broko
Aro tho Cheathamitcs anxious to forco
such issues ? Andrew Johnson Is not dead,
neither has his power departed, nor is hi3
uauau wciiK. Around mm stand ills voter
ans nity tnousand voters stronir. and
daily growingin numbers. His very namo
icgion, and tlio
aro as undvino- ns
Andrew .Tnlinunn n
statesman, a leader, nt Uio linmi nfMiit,
ciplined army, panoplied with tho eternal
Miniujuuui ngiit can vanquisn tno now
larger force, broken, demoralized, without
OMJ CATS no YOUR OWrY VAIXl'IKG BY I'SIXO
Made from Pure While Lead, Linseed Oil and Zinc.
We ospeelnlly call attention to the following testimonials of tho t
onmofflr! New Jersey Enamel Faint Company hna-
Our reasontl'or this Is that wo So nrt
Pleased to find that tho Agent, Mr. C P. Knhrht JHf PS5?wleJTrtW?i,,i nlc" w. kVV ood. Vfo were
paint shou d ho irti,H. in ,t,nV,hVjuV.8.ni,..w?.or ourwayof thinking, nnd wlthcd above ol . that ihr.-
w K..tiif.1!?,5' m, conscientious opinion ol its m
i uciJ , ifin fnat 1110 linaind Paint con
: Mp..c,'1?kt.?'." 11 i diflicult to procuro tho necessary
criU, Having had this
ics up fully to all that ia
ingredienti! for mlTlnn"
can be nnnllcd l,r nVnn, . E ":.f1"t LS.","S!L 1 :n,.nt rfo.vo inva uable. as it is already nrctmred. nnS.
s.hool.hou;es it will Pro7o Very economical aS eif n, i,Vn,,rf.f ,a&yo.r.k,.ln lwellinf churches nnd
test mado in our hnniphnld
claimed for ft. Inthocountry,
iuiui, uuu PKiiuui irornmen
s,uaro yards, giving , coat,.' oSrwffi twnt,
VTn Tn fftnrtrt Tt .(T..J
inside and"ou 'r;ffi"ilraUd
agent, and to testlry to it! Tpcrior hy ovcrany and nil oi
paint possibly be subjected to the very severe test it u
nriS!,1' !oap and.totla aro constantly applied to It. nni
mrn i;. I k ntnhi n ii'i iv.k t l i r . .
,,V.iJri.2t2.fo.riVmU.a ?.' In n l'rirote dwelling can
it undergoes nt this establishment, where! duhiVo ?fln
Of tho numerous ndvantaws it pSsesse. ovw frC! B",wheJn &rt) on-
!M55"fi.?. rurehascrsV its quickly d?ying BoS?rll2."i8fJK SSl'SSi'S '.? J c.d L.nd -W Cor u!."
W " pecqcu, nnu its very percent bio tenneltO.whM, u". "ecoiion pi wo
wiven 11 13 utca. As such I most earnestly recommend it to t in mrAi,.V,,i i . 'i uraul,liyt0 tno objects on
it w I give them greater salisfactlon than thS Sn hlS n?l?.eIf'iants ""1 tradesmen of our city, believing
11 .vi... "" ;. . I.""" ' ucy can possioiy antic. nato.
E. SINN, FrontStreet Theatre.
, , most iio?f. joirx wetiieukd.
ur n.MuiiT. ai mo recommendation of
Z ours respectfully. .mi
S.,frenvdi I ttl&&&rj2wltnt "llradlcyV Paint
moro sunace tban you
Tho following letter islequally strongand valuablo:
we wnV Enamel Paint
1" r " uuwisoob iuu uestoi an,
trivo tho pndeavorlng to meet tho issues of tho IIv
water, in which liWlr llnnnrl
salt have beon dissolvod. This diet will keep
tllO bOU'OlS ODOn. T.llh llm nl- r,.,!tl,l ,:,1.
SheeD-killiuc d liniment of hartshorn nnd red nennnr. Snmn
at this season. Put bells on two or three f lV0.flv0 drops of aconito ovory iix hours to nl-
sueep m eacn hock. Keep a gun loaded
ready for tho dogs.
Manure in tho nursery and orchard is
needed, in order to securo tho best results,
and tho fall i3 a good tlmo to haul and
spread it upon tho land.
Spring pigs, if M0t in unusually good
condition, can probably bo wintered with
profit. Pork can hardly fail to bo much
higher next year than now.
Potato tops aro well worth drawing to
the yard to absorb the liquid manure. Al
lowing them to remain scattered over the
held until Bpring is a very slovenly prac
tice. On low. moist land, tlio full in n .i
time to cut ditches and clean out and deep
ed old ones. Underdralning on uplands is
usually best done in the spring, or late in
tho fall or early winter, when tho ground
is saturated with water.
Pieces of boards, broken rails, barrel
staves, should bo gathered up before they
become saturated with the fall rains. A
few hours' labor in strengtheninc un would
.iuu mueu to tno appearanco ol many a wcok's duration and tho other was dovelopcd
larm. Nothing pays better than neatness. on yesterday, by a horso nt work, which was at
system nnd order. onco taken out of harness. Both animals are
Do not sell the best owes or lambs. Sheen um?,cr tcatmnt and arc doing well,
aro scarce, and butchers aro pickhiK un all n 1 t tst -.Cras?r18 l.hnt ?f. a llors,) bolonging to
tho good sheep and lambs they can ilnd. i.hjf115' ?hieh was attacked "
Xover let a butcher tro into vn.,7flnnii & ,n6tant ..Til. w taken with an
you, tavo selected ou, all that you intend iSrr'lnf Ji m'a
iu nccji. took Clloct on tho rrlnnrls. Mr TTorrit' ,.t1,n-
... . . . -BkOAad WtWIiliUi
nnimal rest as soon as taken, blankot well, and '"K present, with theonly principle known
keen comfortable!. Onnrt niiriini. v.,, to their nartv a (!onfc(lprntrrnnnrl rf i,n
. i ... m u ""J iuui u i -v - .w... j A i.m
man meuicino. i ecu bran, m xed with warm i'nst.
Dear Sir: Tho paint wo pu'rchas'cd'fromyou-
v Kin l wft urn nn.
lOSS. which must. wnthlnW. r.i.f k. ..tl.. rrt, '',""
aend it with certa'ldty: anTintend to mV it on M o?ca Ion where we
respectfully. EMMART & QUAUTLfcY. 272 w Tii.iX,rJ,l
Let Kincr Harris winil lila 1
his clans let tho military ring marshal its
hosts if not content With thnnninle(nl.-nMn
verdict of tho people rendered on the oth of
im? Iuonul nnd somo will experienco the
uiiiciuiicu uetween ucieat and utter anni-
good job of work.
Sold by the gallon, keg and barrel. Specimens and price list furnished"?'. SiSn "nd 1,r0SCO I8iDte';s-
C. P. KNIGHT,
mchl2-d3m-w9m .SOI.r. AOCST, 03 W. I.OMIlAltl) ST., Hnlllmoro
Tho l'ork TrnUo.
of the ISth
lay fovcr. llollndonnn. or rrMtn.nCiTt a:,
soWcd in tho wator, answors tho samo purpose.
The diseaso yields rapidly to tho abovo troat-
l"!1 ' S.?1 rcsf and K01 nursing aro tho wholo
battle. Tho only horses civintr anv anilotv nrn
thoso worked after boing stricken. Your cor- The St.
respondent's horses havo it, and aro doing well ,nv,
under tho abovo troatmont. AVorltinn. n .im, a,,ia-
iiorso orings on lung lover. iteceipts or liogs for the week ending
l,nrt,CLn 'aTLn .S?" ,Lco?taKion: f"r aKaiilst head last week, 'since No-
"i " :"' "? """. 'vo uuun anacK- vcmoer JSt DJ.W7: same t mo Inst.
29.0S5: shinned sinno Knvomtioi' let
same time last year, 3,987. Estimated
number killed and in tho hands of pack
ers, 48,277, against 2o,093 samo time last
year. Tho weather has been favorable for
I'uviuiii, mo Hugo uuu uuuosr unpre
cedented nrrival of hogs in tho middle of
uiu euK, wnne it depressed prices, called
our packers out in force, induced a brisk
iuuiuujem, aiiuncany an onenngs wero
taken nt tho decline established, tho pens
being well cleared at tho closo of Friday.
Receipts of hogs Saturday 5.31S head. Ac
tive and ilrmer at S3 G0a4 00 ; bulk at S3 80
t . .......v fcvr suuuiu i Hiimn nmrt loot ?nn n no t.h.
Jiavo penect rest ana careful attention abovo
uiurjiuniK eisc. xnisis the course urged by
expononced veterinary surgeons, and whilo tho
malady may or may not make its appearance,
yet there need bo no loss beyond a temporary
onAa rr"S3mcnt in business if caro is taken.
Tho diseaso is slowly spreading in Nashville,
put those; hrst attackod nro improving and thoro
j-n? cxTcltemcnt. Nono of thoso attooked havo
died. In many instances, no doubt, tho rav
ages of tho distemper havo beon greatly magni
fied and owners of stock needlessly alarmed!
Two cases of tho disoaso havo appeared
Within a short distance of Knoxvillo, ono of a
A correspondent of tho Western Rural
writes as follows of an experiment in sub
soiling: "Now for the test. I took twenty-two
.teres oi genuy-roiiing land, equally well
I Buusojlcd eleven acres. This portion had
nexer been seeded to grass of any kind to
my knowledge at least not for many
years. The other eleven acres I plowed
tho usual way ; that is, what would be
termed shallow plowing. It was all plant
ed about tho samo time. "cultivated as near
as could be alike, with cultivator. No
noeing wa done on eltner place. I think
both pieces of land had previously about
the same attention, as regards manuer and
tillage, except that tho part I did not sub-
buu uiiu mo auvantago ot a good still sward
or cioyer and timothy turue l under the
preceding Spring, after being . ceded three
jw...,. noun hu.1, luut l iook irom
the part plowed tho ordinary way.and not
ouou,ii,-u, uui, tun ousueis to mo acre on
uio average; wuuo from tlio
was sunsoiied I took
McCallum & Co. somo timo since purchased
tlio gully on tho corner of Asylum and Locust
streets, lor a considerable sum, considering tho
nppcaranco of tho lots. Sonio of their friends
remarked at tho timo of tho purchaso
:"" '.i', ,l"uuB'" mcy nau been in
jviiuivmu jong onougn not to bo taken
in in such a manner. But, far from hav
ingmadoa bad bargain, it has 'proven an ad
vai j ? t0 tlleln and tho city 115 wo11- Thoy havo
was ridine him at that timo nrnnnd tlirnmrVi m
country, nnd not thinking nnything serious tho
matter, continued to uso him for a day or two.
3" e.raP'd beenmo w-orso. It took occa- sold tho corner lot, and aronow laying the foun
Munni uu oi cougning and showcd aicns of a dntions for thrco build In r"l nn thn nmnlr,
iB. Eonsallon: Uapt. Harris at onco pro- Thoy aro having tho ontiFo cullv filled o at
tfcded to uso such romeil is n ind hn ,i. I on r UV' "'IS? HP at
WW & W W- "hover nro : ZrToX
per aero as an average. T sonri vnn tiiSc rn.
i.u.kui n,y ciijunmunts, noping tnat I may
Jiear from others who may have exneri-
ltintiti1 Ait 41. , .. i..
1. 7 . .V" l,JO a""iu principle, or some'
A rica for Sheep.
o copy irom tho McMinnvillo Xcw
j-.ru, a seiisiDio arucio on the subject of
pm-cji or xogs," written by a farmer
wiiosu statement deserves consideration.
It Is disgraceful to tho prp.it n
fetato of Tennesseo that farmers havo no
adequate protection from tamo wolves
kept for no useful purpose. For a great
jti,la i.iuir iorii larmcrs raised
uXl co many Bhecp as were raised in any
other State. This result was achievod by
Imposing a tax on all dogs In every county
to create u fund to pay for all sheep that
dogs killed in the county. Where few
Biitujj were Kineu, uio tax was very lieht
" " "'vi ""a in iJiupuruon.
This law onerated well ovnr fnrf
and is nrobablv still in fnrPf. 'I'n ,.ni,l
tho tax, the owners of dogs havo only to
put out of tho way all that injuro sheep.
During 2.5 years' residence on farms in tin.
houth, tho writer has had two good flocks
of sheep, ono in Georgia, and ono in Ten-
iicasve, uoiu ot wnicu wero destroyed bv
dogs. This hostility to wool growing, and
attachment to worthies onm , i.,,n.i0
clothe thousands in rags, and make warm
blankets scarce in many a log cabin. Ad
vanced civilization prefers mutton to tho
lleah of dogs, nnd wool to dog's hair for
comfort, or food and clothing. Union and
Lime in Cnops.-Therc Is said to be car
ried oil from the soli 9 pounds of limo In
IS bushels of oats, and 15 pounds In 38
bushels or barley. There aro &5 pounds of
limo in 2 tons of ryo grass, 120 pounds In 2
tons of clover5, and 140 pounds in 23 tons of
turnips, and 270 pounds In 0 tonB of pota
toes. Somo soils contain abundance of
lime for a thousand years, while others re
quire an occasional application of limo as
a fortillzer. j
V" O eta vwiiiliUi-Jtll
alter wnicn applying poultices to the neck. Ho
uiuuKuiuu ino unimai ana Kept lum as warm ns
p? ,,Ie,,and 13 ",ow Giving him altcrnato doses
of Itolladona and Aconite.
The horso seems to bo improving some, and is
now running freely at the njstrills. Tho Cap
tain says that bo docs not know that his horso
really has the malady, or tho mode of treat
ment uursueu hv h m win mm (r,,t; i.m.i ..un":," """, v-"."v
so far it seems to" be steadily imprSvFne u'nd of the w'e confide nt Xt
I Flln til nl. nnnl. 1 .... . '
that can not bo surpassed, unlos3 it bo built on
Boim rocK. xnat guuy has long been an oyo
soro to that part of tho city, and now when it is
micd up, and ornamontcd with four pretty I
houses, it will improve tho appearanco of that
taiiiy toiismerauiy. xi is a beautiful street,
one of tho widest in tho city, and wo aro glad
that thesomon had enterpriso enough to tako
;n tu i
run, their cash account will not suffer. Thoro
HooUh and Stationer-.
iv a precaution some oi tlin livnrv atoi,i am . .v. .!,,' . v rrv .. -"""?
prietors and others are usintr LVr 'eivinff i n. 'S' rK"
tcrnayy wuu uicir feed. Tur is nn cxceilont
iviui-uy iur mnny uisonses, esiiecially of tho
lungs, and wo should think would provo effica
cious in tho hipporhinorrhea.
.n2 L0,v Thompson's horses has been re
ported afflicted with tho malady, and yesterday
morning displayed such strong symptoms that
a ;faomP,sn placod him under treatment
A horso from tlio country on Market Snuaro
also evinced symptoms of tho diseaso, coughing
mi ,SinK as 'h?uBh suffering from n severo
c !i,r , he mn,dy readilyyiclds to treatment
nnd ir horses nro not worked until they fully
recover they will bo ns good as over.
To 3Iensurc Corn in the Crib.
Add the width of the bottom of tho crib
In inches to the width across tho corn in
the upper part, also in inches : divide the
sum by two, and multiply it by tho hight
and length of the corn in tho crib, also in
inches, and divide tho product by 2,750.
The result will dve the henned lmslipfa i
enre. two of which will make a bushel of
oiieueu corn, n oi tno Hint variety, and
one and one-half of the Western Dent
Corn. Uy multiplying tho average width
and length, in inches, together, the cubic
contents in inches is found and 2,750 cubic
inches make a heaped bushel.
Feeding Hocis. A correspondent of tho
Iowa Homestead afllrms th
periments havo proved the fact that corn
icu im nogs nas produced all tho way from
couiu do nuea up and built upon with
uom to f.no Duuacr and tho community.
EAST T E N N E SSEE BOoTHoTusE
WILLIAMS, STURGES & CO..
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
v --ix-jf TENNESSEE
DEALERS ?SSSSiS INSTRUMENTS,
THE MOST SELECT STOCK OF JnV0 ?'
f- .rEf i loHler's Arilhmetie. Remold's r, w.
jiiiiiATH UAN BUYOF US TO AnVAKTAnV
two to Uventy pounds gain a bushel, ac
cording to tho dlilerentmodcs of preparing
kvu, ami uio age, nreed or condition of
ii ,;? jLtu. no is satisned mat one-half of
all the hogs fed In Iowa do not produco
over five oounds ernsn wniiriit. for
uusnei of corn feu. welrh. nni
at 53 per 100 pounds.gives fifteen cents per
bushel for corn,
Lexicography ,f Hie JIorHe 3llneuse.
An extensive vocnlml fin Itnu an ilflnvt 1 1 I
arisen in connection with the honm H.
ease. It is variously called horso Inllu
enza, eplhippic, hipposymotlc.hlppozootlc,
hippo grippe, catnrrhnl fever, typhoid
laryngitis, luinr fever, hinnn-ninlnrin
zooty, equine Inlluenza, hippie distemper,
and equine catarrhal aflection. Out of
iino usaortment jnuoiuppic3 may t-elect
tne correct term Mniimi nn,t .5.'.,.f-,
l)tYr ...v... i. Murmui
. Hofif are coming in frcmrtho country in con
idcrable nunntitfra. a r, it i.
?!?iV5h'ftf?Sl ,th.e I,ork house nnd a number
win vu kiiicu lo-aay.
aAlterativo and a certain Cotroitivo of all XJLljV--L VVylVJLX -Ci-X JL I
oj the body. Such signal success has nt-
ThiS Unrivl.lled ri4trlni. I. l . ...!
aK?,8le P8?";1? of Mercury, or any injurious minora I
For-FORTY YKAllS it hu provod its mat value in
alldUeaaesot the Liver, Boweis and KmNRTS. Thsu
"iV? all,vts of the country
i. iu. i). ouu iiocunar poner in puriiy-
ing the Blood, e timulat n: the lom d T.iv.n n;i nni--
LS, and Imrinrlinic new Life und Vliror to the wholn
syitem. SIMMONS' LIVKU KE OlfLATOlt h Sc!
AuuiTiuuifcu m uuve na equal as a
It contnins four mcdlcil elements, never united in
vii i a genu
tended its use. tbat it is now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
0fL'viBC0MriAiNT ami tho painful offspring there
of, to-yr t! DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION. Jaun
diee. Bilious attacks, SICK HEADACHE. Colic. Be
prewlon oi Siint(. SOUK STOMACH". Ueart Burn.
Hegulate tho Liver an! prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Simmons' Liver Regulator
Is manufactured only by
J. It. ZEIMN A. ajo..
Macon, On., mid 1'lillndclplilii,
Prlec. $1.00 per package ; lent by mall, pontage paid.
81.13; Prepared, ready for ue. in bottlea, $10.
SOLD BY ALL DkUGQISTS.
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COAL AND COKE
Office and Works
On East Tonnessee. Vlrghiia and doorsla Itailroad
West of Depot,
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SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Of Every Description.
CARRIAGE AND UTJGGY
Harness ami Collars.
Also, WhoIesaleTDealers in
Knoivillc. Tcnnosace. ,v'" a w"
mayl 72 1'