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L. P. 5e Gr- E- SPECK E I I T O R S . Wednesday, October 18, , .. i .1 The ilosil Market. Gold closed in New York, on last Monday, at 61.15. j-ajt. On Monday of last week six petitions for divorce were filed in tbe- law court at Nashville. The Stato Fair at Nashville laft week, wan the most! successful evtr held in that place. VW Tho Marshall Gazette tellsof a poach treo in that country that is bearing fruit for tho second time this year. Last week Mr. Pitser Miller, of Bolivar, was thrown from bis horse and is supposed to have received permanent internal injuries. OCT "The South'on the whole," eays tho Philadelphia Press, "is progressing." Yes, m spite of the party that has ruled and ruined it. ; JDjT -A Sn FranciSPfctecfftet'thus' auSresses an Oakland brother: "You vallapus, you icbyodorulite. you bogus hammoebryos, you you Oaklander." B-oru Tt was said that General Grant was nin$r bia influence to secure the election of General But ler, and the result of the Worcester convention shows tho report to havo been true. Gov. Brown has appointed Major Joseph Glover, of Saunter county, Superintendent of the Cap itol and Capitol grounds. The New York Siar speaks of Jennings, of tho Times, as "the :vlien wifo beater." This is wrong. Under our Constitution as it i, thank goodness, an alien has as much right to beat his wifo as one to the manor born. W& The Washington Chronicle Hays : "Pilate asked, 'What is truth V " That he may havo done, but ho was never fool enough to ask it of the Washington Chronicle. BP" The Knoxville Press and Herald denies that t he Pennaylva- ni:i Central Bai ! Company has parchascd 10,000 shares a con trolling interest in the East Ten nessee and Virginia Road. f The elections which took place in Ohio, Pennsylvania and "Wisconsin, on Tuesday of last week, resulted in the success of the lio jubliean ticket in each of the States, Ivy increased majorities over the last elections. The young KiiiLt of Spain is a sensible fellow. In bis tour among his subjects he sought to conciliate and harmonize, not to ex asperato them. Ho has donated fifty thousand pounds to various objects. Our King but compari sons are odorous, as Mrs. Parting ton would observe. The Lebanon Herald an nounces the death of Mrs Rebecca Caruthers Rice, widow of the late Hon. Horace Uice, and daughter of the date Judge Ab Carnthers, Mon day afternoon, near Gordonsville, Smilsh County. Mrs. Iice was sick at the time cf her husband's death, from the shock of which she never recovered. She leaves two children. The Vahintrton corres pondent of the Cincinnati Gazette says Col. Wm. B. Stokes is in that city applying for the position for United States .Marshal, and that ho brings recommendations from the Jtadicai Congressmen of this State. The correspondent adds : "There is no probability of bis appoint ment.'' The .Rochester Chronicle says : One reason for tho nomina tion of Mr. "Washburn for Governor of Massachusetts, was that the western part of the State bad not had tbo nomination for many years." Wo must accept Ibis as the reason, as it seems impossible that there could have been any other. Hon, Jamos M. Bright, a nephew of Hon. John M. Bright, member of Congress from the Fourth Dis trict, died at Fayetteville, on Tues day of last week, of comsuption. He was about thirty-seven j'ears of ago and a farmer by occupation. In the last General Assembly, he served with efficiency as Represen tative from Lincoln county. t& Tho Washington Patriot justly says: Tne country is at present divied in to two great politi cal parties, nearly equal in strength the office holders and tho peop'e. Tbe "office-holders" buckel on the 6purs, and the people lurni?h flanks te be rowelled. Tho "office hold ers" sharpen their scythes, and the people raise the crops for them to tut. Tbe "office holders" steal the money and the people pay it over to build up a monied aristocracy, whose coats of arms are orna mented with skeleton keys, and crow bars and dark lanterns. The Sew Regime. As indicating the policy of the new administration, says tbc Nash ville Banner of the lllh inst. the inaugural speech ol'ilis Excellency, Gov. John C. Brown, at the capitol yesterday, is fall cl encourage ment and hope. To place the credit of the State upon a permanent ba sis, and at the same time relieve the burden of taxation, will bo the cardinal principal of his adminis tration "heedless aliko of the wily iraportunities of speculators and tion are terrible, though great ef the clamors oi creditors." But the I ortsaro being made to send relief. mot hopeful augury for the future Contributions are being sent from peace and welfare of this common- all parts of tho country. Tho re- wealth is tho characteristicallr chivalrous and manly stand of o-ur new executive lor law and order. Cruel and barbarous ruffianism will find no favor in his eyes. "Let us shape our policy" ho concludes, "not so much to criticise or justify the past as to improve the present and secure the future.'' To that wise and cherry sentiment we utter i Thousands of men, women and a cordial and hearty amen. It is a i children throughout Wisconsin and sentiment which strikes a chord in j Michigan are homeless and hun the popular heart just now, which j dreds have been burned. At Pesh will give back no uncertain sound, j tS Wisconsin, about 700 persons With regard to the retiring Gov- ! are supposed to havo perished. ernor. we cannot s;iv better of him than that as his valeittetdry was eminently characterized by senti mcnts honorable to himself as a man and executive, so has bis official course been faithful in every res- pect to the interests of the people of Tennessee, lie may now return home sustained by the reflection that ho has fulfilled every pledge given to the peoplo whom be re- enfranchised, and that the results- if ilia hAIIMf I'lin.l". I. tl f f n.il.l,, ' J J wrought out will never fade from their memory. IJ is graceful im promptu speech seemed to come warm and lresh from a generous heart and touched a responsive chord in the bosoms of bis hearers, and was universally commended for its appropriateness and good tasle. Woman's Wages. In an article headed "Trousero or Skirts," a New York journal says: "We never could under- stand why women who work for their livinv should not be r-aid as much for their service done as men. o m I Telegraph companies put a woman at one end of tho wire, and have tbree men to relieve eaeh other at the other end. To tho men they pay from St'O t $120 per month ; to the woman, from 10 lo STO. Hotel proprietors pay a housekeep er, in whose hands are the comfort and convenience of all their ireests, from ?:!'J to (60 dollars per month, and to a steward, who has a number of as.-istants, they pay from 8100 ; to 8130 per month. Storekeepers I give salesmen from 8500 to 11,500 per year; to saleswomen, from S2."o I to 8750 and growl'at that. And so it runs through all kinds of employ ment sex being all important and r-kill having no voice in the'test of j compensation This is a grievance against which women miyht well raise their shrillest voice and 6tl their sharpest face. We believe in paying a laborer for the work done, and not for the accident of "trousers or skirts." If the ad rotates of wo man's rights would hush their mis erable clamor for tho right of suf frage, and contend that women should be paid as much for their labor as men, they would have the sympathy and aid of aH just people everywhere. There are now lour regular j tickets in Massachusetts, the Labor j Reformers and Pr ihibitionists hav- j ing just placed candidates in the I field. These latter factions wiil noti poll a heavy vote. The political j odds and ends will drift in the Re publican direction. Under the cx isting circumstances, M sssacfa usetts may bo expected to cling to her , traditions and elect a Republican Governor, thereby defeating the most promising young statesman in tho country John Quincy Adams. Prospects of an Amicable Adjustment. A dispatch from Knoxville to the Chattanooga Times, says that the Alabama and Chattanooga Railroad bankruptcy case ha been postponed to the 27th inst. It is intimated that there will probably be some amicable Adjustment between the parties interested in tho proceed ings, on account of the election of a now Board of Directors oi the road. Tho Cbillieptbe (Ohio) Register contains a "notice to the wives ol intomperato men, asking them to leave the names ol their husbands with the Secretary of tho Liquor Dealers' Association, and promis ing that no liquor shall bo Fold to those so reported." The dealers take this method to protect them selves from prosecution under the State law giving damages to the wives of men who buy liquor. 5P Tho Polish Jews have the reputation of being among the longest lived people in .Europe. One of tbeir number, Loser Ciiam anower, died recently iu Prussian Poland, near Pamotsebau, in his j 117th year. He is said lo have two j brotheis still living, aged respect ively lO.i and 10!1 years. Wonder if the father of these boys is living? Tuo Sortliircsterii Fires. The great fires throughout the Northwest, during the past two weeks has been distressing indeed. The fire at Chicago, of which we had an item last week, was even more serious than at first reported. The fire extended over a space of five miles in length and a mile in width. The los of property will amount to at least 8 150,000.000 ami hundreds of persons were burned to death. The reports of destitu- ' sumption of business in the citv has commenced and we hope that the great pile of ruins will soon be re built. The scourge has not been con fined to Chicago alone, but has been general throughout the North west. Many towns and cities have 1 neen partially or entirely destroyed. ! Ahese fares were caused by the burning of the prairie lands. Let the people of Bast Tennessee 1 think seriously of the suffering that , these calamities havo brought on ! this people and respond to the ,! call for aid made for them. Other 1 parts of the country are donating liberally. Will our people bo be- , hind in to work of cy " j in- Ksnmirci Since our last isue, quite a large UMlnVii.. r.l l.i j k.,T-. l-.,-.-.,, i .. duced into the Legislature, among which we notice tho following: To amend tho assessment law so as to limit the pay of Assessors; to reg ulate the advertisement of sales; to increase tl increase toe pay ot witnesses: to create county ,,,1- 1,,,,. ,wl to provide for the government thereof. It provides that in the case of criminals sentenced to irn- ; prisonment to the penitentiary or county jails for a period less than i three years, such criminals shall be pi i the county work-houses, The bill provides, in detail, fur the 1 government oi sucn county worn- r i . , houses, the wages to bo r.aid the convicts, etc., the bill to take effect !-.,,., , , The Lnrortcaiciit oT the Law. from the first of January, l-il'; to f. inere is an imperative necessity exempt the new counties of hud upon the law nffieen ot Ten State from paying State taxes for j nessee, says the Jackson Wbigand two years ; to protect property j Tribune, t observe and enforce the holders against the depredations of) execotion of the law now. mote .,. . . , . . i than at any former period in our stock. 3Ir. Sevier's resolution .. , . 1 ... history. At no time since the form "that the General Assembly recog- j ation ol the State, bat there been nizesthaleg.il and honest ohiiga j such a constant and rapid sncces tion of the State fsitbfallv to dia. I sion of murders, robberies, and ehaige her liabili'-ies contracted by the legal issuanco Of fact her bonds bear her which upon th solemn promise to pay," was. after some discussion, referred to the Committee on Finance and Ways and Means. Episcopal ( hiircli. The Episcopal Church, is, per j haps, abont tbo only protestant church that lias kept entirely aloM from the political cesspool of this j country. Inasmuch us its organ -; ization was co-extensive with the i nation, its general councils were , :-uspended during the war, bat as I members ol tho church, they did j not allow their differences in poliii I cal matters to divide them. As soon alter me war as it was posm- blo the diocescs of tll0 South COIn. menced to operate with those of luo North, in the great work of the charcb. JJut what war could not do. few men seem almost on the evo of accomplishing. Bishop Whitchoose and Mr. Cheney appear determined to effect a disraption in tho church and are backed by strong factions. Tlie tvnical world barnini is of nrr.rr -n,r . . a ,inaa 1 i o o o- " the Northwestern States Pi ai rie and torest tires seem to bo absolute ly uncontrollable, owing to the ex cessive dry weather. Farm bouses, fences and outbuildings, together with mills and lumber stations, havo alike disappeared in the flames ; and even cities and vil lages have not entirely escaped, not withstanding the combined efforts of tho whole population. And now one-third ol Chicago has been laid waste by the firo king, leaving nearly a hundred thousand people homeless, houseless, and witliut lood or raiment, Truly a fearful ecourge has befallen not only Chicago, but tho State of Wisconsin. Disowned by His Own Household. A New York journal of Radical proclivities says : "Many eminent Kepubiii ans, who regard Grant with contempt, catetully refrain from expressing their opinion of him, for tear ot injuring tho party organization to which they belong; but no sueh reason for reticence ex ists with the mass of the people, who hold in their hands the power i f making and unmaking Presi dents. If an' one who is disposed to test errant s hold on popular re gard will take the trouble to ob lain the views ot his personal ac quaintances on the subject, he will very likely be surprised lo find how general is the feeling of dissatisfac tion existing in relation to the President and his official career." This is true Grant bus tho re- "pect of nebo ly, or at any rate, the lew men who to respect lnm tiro very nearly nobody. His own par- IV would tn-l:iv o-ivo orta-t h iril nf lta 8teaings to got rid of him. tiorernor Senler. The following is from the Mem phis Appeal, one of the most ulirff - tVANS Democratic paper iu the State, and) the sentiments expressed in th; article of the Appeal so fully aei cord with our own, that we give i our most hearty endorsement : "The peoplo of Tennessee, wb three yi rs ago wero disl ranch ist and don. .nee red over by en prior cipieu aavuniurs, who wero p!un deringthe tax-payer, owe Do Wit.' Clinton Center a debt ot Gratitude which, if they ever forget, they de serve to be forgotten of their GodU T r .... . . ii ever a man uu uestrvo the civiei crown from the wholo body of the people oi lennes.se, that man it Governor Senter. But for h's paM trioiism, justice and magnaiumitvfl our State would . ti II bo in the hand! 01 thieves, and anarchy would new n . . t vade society. Iu suite of torrent of obloquy, detraction and ealuml ny, tie dated to lift himself above the mad passions of the hour, to erf hibit that rare integrity and de vonon to tne rint wnica rise superior to party bigotry, and com mon decency should eve : tea en tb recipients ot such benefactions t respect, love, cherish and bono such a man. The passions an prejudices of the bonr are soon l'o gotten ; but the record which pal nc men malie is tur ail tune, at U n entered upon the pages of hi-tor never to t erased. J lie bistoryij wiiien ur over nor Denver has made will tell posterity that be found the people in chains, but severed the link that chafed their limbs; that he found the government in the hands of thieves, but transferred it to honest men, and that bo found the State government swifty trav eling to bankruptcy and ruin, but left it in a condition promising a degree of peace and prosperity which has no parallel in the past Now that Governor Senter has re tire 1 to the shades of privets life, and vacated an office into widch he was carried by the acclamation of the people, wo cannot he charged with interested motives in toes sneaking frankly and candidly of the good h; has does tho iultiie i" 's (n oi tne oee.-isionsea wdico a I jUi ii;ui- . can j.k Willi iteenoiit and with sincerity, without the fear A h'.:ii'r ebanrod with croacbinc it the fbotatool oi power, or having bis motives imoaaned and oues tioned. if lii-' words are. those of praiee ; and in the name of an en- francished people, We thank Gover - nor D. W. C. Senter for the inflexi - bility, ability and honesty wi h which ho has dischsnrad bis high II ....... .., I ' "" k ace nnd re- j HOClea nonor "P tti re State. Other wicked deeds, as With m the last few months. We turd!' open a iin n a ne-. B pa per, or near trom a neigb bor- ier, or bear from a neiii uuu i, i ii waaiu iuuib glaring v i oia- i tion t law has not been committed. This st.ite of things has come to be looked ujiori almost as a matter ot coarse, and has ceased to be re- garded as wot thy of any more than nominal pnniabraent it atiy. We are gia i to know that the Courts ol this S'-at'i are beginning to a ;i!;, to the responsibility that is upon them, and to eharae the inriea hnld. , ly and independently. Tbe courts! and juries most (iiseHnrge their du j ties fearlessly and inflexibly ; an ', ' when ertimnalsare con ricted.onlesa in ver' peculiar ca-es, no Exei ti . tive pardons shonld be grunted, n this connection wo rejoice to s'at" that Gen. John C. Brown, Governor, elect, has avowed, in advance, that no appeal neen no made to nun lor executive clemency, as be is fully resolved to let th aw take rv case. legitimat ETi. That astute Indian, Janren, will likely be ro elected to the office of President of the Mexican Re public. He has held that position ever since the downfall of the M x- imillian empire, aipl, so far. has never done anything to entitle bim to bo styled a statesman. Hence his re-election cannot be considered propitious for tho future prospects of this often convulsed Government. Jaurez is stubbornly brave and full of dash and fight but this is not what Mexico wants. She needs deliberate and patriotic statesmen men who love law, order and peace, and abhor war, rapine and excitement. o? A Convention of the tax payers of Florida, lately in session at Lake City, have issued an ad dress to their fellow citizens ' with -out reference to tbeir party con nections," in which they set forth that tho amount to be collected in taxes, fle current year, is nearly $1,000,000, equal to one eleventh ol the total personal property valua tion of the State. In 13G0, the whole amount of taxes collected in Florida was f 117,808 86. The dif fereneo is made up by Radical stealing. Total Number of Voters in Tennessee. According to tho official returns made to the office of the Secretary of State, there are about 2jO.U25 voters in the State of Tennessee. Only thirteen counties remaining to be heard from the other seventy eight reporting officially 2M!j.3S3 voters. A careful approximate es timate places the voting population of the unreported counties at 1 1 ,G37, which, added to the number already 1 - returned, gives the aggregate above staled. A true religious instinct never deprives a man ol a single joy. New Advertisements. BVff LEVIS. Erans & Lewis, Me). 50 Gay street, NOXVILLE, TEisrisr., dkai.eks II BOO TS, SHOES, II ATS, CAPS, Trunks, Travtlim Bags. Ladies' and Gents Furs, UMBRELLAS ETC. m to EvUS i LtfB Iff Gw4 BlIgUM SALESMEN : ei x mh.i.a.v. AIU BUB II. J A IH.fi ON. oct-l-ly. Administrators Notice. Having been appointed administrators of the goods ami chattels, rights ami cred its of which A. K. Smith died possessed of, all persons having claims against the es tate of A. K. ."snutti, dec d., are requested to present them, duly authenticated, or the saint- will lie barred : and all persons lnuemei lo the estate are noiiiieu lo seme the same. A . W. Bass, T. M. Smith, octll 4wl Administrators. OrigiuaJ Attttchment, D. 3 Taylor and J. 1.. Nue, admrs. of I John P. N'-.e. !-ei.. ri K. N. Utt- i rwoou : ana 11. 11. ll'iM anl vs C N. I Underwood. In these cause it appeals I in? Eren the affidavits of the plaintiffs that the defendant, K. N. Underwood at eondsorao eoneeals hinseif that the or dinary pr oeesH of lav cannot be served up OM hiin. and his property having !eeii a! taehed in each case, in pursaanca of the attachments Sjraated an-l retemad in each case before me ; ft is ordered bf BSC that poblreatiofi he ssads in the Moniatowo Gaxette for fMrssccexsivs weeks aotify ing the defendant to appear bafere meat my office in Morrtstewv, Hamblen county, Tennessee, on the f Oth day of April, 1 TJ, and defend these suits or same will he proceeded with exjiarie. Giw-n under my Land, this TJia .Septet.ihf r. 1872. A. J. DoKALDSOX, J. P. vr Hamblen county, octll l-v printar's fee Chancery Court at Newport, Tenn.. October Rules, 1871. J C. luaBttc vs. tjeo. V . Gonsss, ., T. S. (iorman, AieX. S'.uail and Mary McGinty, widow. In tl is bums it apfjeann troai tn allrxati . . G -r the .:.Vr i ereeera mm, iulmr., is a BOS-Sesi icnt o 0f cannot be served 1 orderad ii!.- j. . i 1 tour saccessire in t! e I iatta notifying said bou irsi I U appasir before the efaaa i ihih c-iirt it-., .a . ' , i. iiiif? in .:. 'ii; tae i-i ' alter tin lin l'inla la taefl nnd there to alas s,kid bi tlir atne e infeased and oti for !. tu bisa. H. A. oet 11 4 pristers let w I Cause it appealing irOBI the the bill, li.l C. A. Hrn- attons in sad M- C a fits- 11-. it i Tf r nr. Kieni dial fas i proofs : it IS 'H taw cuitr d . iurtai'urt order.ed luai pji.iioti..niv ina-i.- , f" fr"!r suev-si. w-i-k. i in the Morris t j n Oaxatte notifytejr said non-reai teat, .'. .c..i.,.. ,......- i.r ,r ii. v, court of Cm ke ewvatr. to oc I. j-1 at New ri. on the 1st Wech - - i i HMfayof Febrnarv, 1-7. lo plead, answer r i :unr aid bill or i ' tbc - tin j setfor h j I 01 taken for i fesaed sad Si arte, ii- to i beas. j M. A. btwaaxxx. c. m. T ios. V . iiirul'iri. el at- '. . A. il.ir- riaati, II. C. Harrison, Alex, C. V Vim. 15. H!e. et a;-. It appears trom th allesattk.. mi iiif inli t. e'l in urn cause. ibal C. -. Ilnrri- in, M. C. ff.irtis' ii am A'.-x.C. Yett, are eoa residents ..f the State of Xennesaee, .-ii ibal the ordinary prooeas of law cannot he serted on iliein , it is therefore ord re I hat publication ba made tor foov socceaaiva weeks in tbe MorriMowii Gazette, aotifying aid noan re-id.-i.t defendants to appear bi-f re th ebanoery court of Cocks con at y, t be held at tbe court house in Newport "ii the i.-t WTedm sdav after l be If o lav of Pehra- arv. en and th.-re toptea somplaiaants' bill or as confessed &a tj IK ex pa-te. M. A. It DAJf. ailMTCI be same ieui and OCt 1 1-4 W. pr .r s Eae 8j. J times Vincent and others vs ton and wile I.ncinda. An (it, Edward Carter and wife M on Vin- ikw,aiid rv Nan- j children o! Nanev Williams, fori ! ' v '-"eiii. et ats. In this cause it appear- til ' f'rcin 'hp ii!!i-rtii!liiis (i lh. iiili tehieii 1 sworn tC that mil of the abova named J defendants, ace aoa-reaideaU of the Statu i (! lenneasee, so mat i of law can bo! be aarv te or unary process j i upon then) ; it is ) I I here lore ordered thai publication le mi-ie I lor four successive Weeks in the Morris i. town Gazette, notifying the above named non resident defendants to appear before I tht. ,.I..,, M r,f l',.,.L-.. K.. he'd at tbe court bouse in Newport, on tbe !.st Wedaesday alter the 4th Monday Of February, 1872, tben and there to plead, answer or demur to said bill or the same will he taken for confessed and set for hearing exparte, as to tbem. M, A. UoAii.MA.v, e. a m. ocll 1 lv printer's fee D A cs . Mima. vs IJ. P. Faabioo: In ilii tions in the bill that the defendant K. B. I l'anbion, is a non -resident of the Stale of! Tennessee so that the ordinary process of I Unr cannot be served on bim; it is there j fore ordered that publication he made for foar successive weeks in tho MorristoWn j uazette, HOtityinir aaid non resident Defen dant to appear before the chancery court of Cocke county, to be held in the court house in Newport on the 1st Wednesday after the -)th Monday of February, 1872, then and thereto plead, answer or demur to complainants bill, or the same will lie taken for confessed and set for bearing exparie, as to him. Ai. A. ItOAOMAK, c. n. oct 1 1 -Aw. . Conover, Dorff & Co. vs O.P. Fairfield. D. A. Patton and W. L. Dewett. In this cause it appearing from the allega tions in the bill li led that 1. A. Patton is a non resilient of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on hiin ; it is therefore ordered publication be made for four successive weeks in the Morristown Gazette, notilvin? said nonresidentthat defen dant to appear before the chancery court of Cocke county, to he held at the court bouse in Newport, on tbe 1st Wed nesday after tlie 4ih Monday in February. 1 872, then and there to plead, answer or demnr to couiplainants bill, or the same will be taken for confessed and set for i . . . . . l : Learihg exparte. as to him. M. A. ROA KM AN, C. & M. Oct 11 4w printer's fee S." Bbbutaro year old pure Cider apple j Jyf brandy LEE, TAYLOR & CO. ! augoO. Knoxv illc Jldcertitementn. COWAN. M'CLUNG k CO.. KNOXVILLE, TENN, II AVE now open for inspeetion and ready for sale, tho largest, most complete and varied as sortment of General M e rc li a n d i s e, to be found in any establish ment NORTH OR SOUTH. Tlie additional room afforded by their new, spacious and ant W a rehouse. has enabled them to materially S to it. tradt of and complete linos FOREIGiN AM UUMiu I 1L DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Clothin BOOTS & SHOES, Hats, HARDWARE QLEENSJfUBE, AND Groceries To which they invite the .special attentioa of merchants throughout tho Southern Stales. New Jl d v ALL Nichols, Pajrc, Bsspectftillj call the attention of Home Made 75 cases Kip B rowans ; 100 " Kip Boots ; 50 " Heavy Calf Boots; 30 " French M ALL OF OLH OWN MANUFACTURE, And we will duplicate any bills bought East or elsewhere, for the same quajitv and prise. ALSO, FOB RALE 5.M lbs. Red Sole: lo.oonft,,. narnPM Le,lber. 2 000 n Oak Sole; 50 bhls. Best Tanner's Oil; 100 Dozen French Calf 1'el0er ' A000 Bmrk JtTUIs, Tanner's Tool, Shoe Findings Ete. CASH PAIB FOR HH?S. McGHEE BLOCK, GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN. oet4-1y 1 , II. Comer Church and Gay Streets. KNOXVILLE, TENN. WA LTHAM WATCHES ! ELGIN WATCHES ! FINE GOLD ANQ SILVER WATCHES, Cents' and Ladies' Sizes. COIN SILVER SPOONS AND FORKS. Solid Gold Jewelry ! Seth Thomas Clocks. Extra Plated Forks, Spoons and Knives. C H E A P FOR CASH. GEO. II. SMITH. East Tennessee Book House. KNOXVILLE, IE N N . WiIIIani9 turges & Co., VHOLESAlE AMD BETAIL B O O KS EL L E It S A ND 87 ATIONERS. Ke p alav on hand a full stoe of Pianos, Cabinet Organs, Violins, Guitars, Strings, &c., kc. ri't-- stock in Blank Books. 6AINES, BRO. & CO k: ILLE, TENN. Wk res and the i itetfaDv annonnes to nor friends ;i.!ie irent-raily, ti:at we are now .nr usual hirge supply of Fail an i inter Saala. Shnr, list tml t np Of avers description and latent t it, fr i a ! i s and gentle fArit. boys, aaiiiuss ami child rate. And in addition lo the above. s'" now apeaiaa a large and elegant y-Made Clotiuag, ... tbc latest stvles and i C ra oris in ties : and GENTS F L RN I SHIN G G O (il)S, Of t-v.-rv variety and extra uaiiy. fevaa in the largest and m'-t attractive sleek in this citv. at popular prices. Please i ali and examine. GAINES. BBO. i CO. Wk will also randan a !ar.-e - 11 t A v of IrunkN, I mbiella". K. H. Pbsitact GAIN Ltatber hot if. :s. BKO. & CO FINE FARM FCR SALE. T lllh I.ari'c and most escetlevt faras I known as the Larkin Johnson piate. 1 is now ofleied 'or Mi.t. TBI place con- j tains 4-o or t o acres of land, eituated in . it i - , IVun's Station Valley, adjoining tbe Tate's ,lCa'ntep' Ho-J I Contra.Vot. Spriut Farm Chayleltetue, Black, White l MOItRISTOWN. TKNN. and re! sulpbnr sprinrs within one mile. , , . at 250 or: I s rec in calUvatiea. Sal TV , r ' r l? ? atte..twa to all an, .. .ell tiiol ered. Is Gnelt waSered aL" " '' ;8f" ba. on it a , I apple orchard and one sf - .1 i fie larg 1 liere i atid av he Lo.-.-! rvcrh ,,r,d,ai.ls in East Ten.':. . J ' r , v hmtrU' machine, etc, ail riinnine bf .-team f.iwl'ili T ht. t ii'.l Hit this place is convenient Terms will be naaae n fine .tn wra .i ...r-..l j,i'.'l nnv ciie nesirma' :i rass and meadow hjrnn. auii rably ai this one For infi leniently located, wii! find tbe best in Ka.st Tennessee, i, address or call on WM. T. JoHNSOX. Bean's Station. Tenn tfl MASliNIC FEMALE IHStflTUTE. Msj (Vttk. JrJtrsN &., Trttt. T IE Next session will commence An. 28.1871. Board in ROod faawlies 50 per washing, weeks: E $15. Con Music i'l'j week, excbinive of hjrhts a ad 1 nf Tuitioa fur twentv piish litancbes, 12 50, ineenl fee -51. French lfr. Use of Piano 52 .r0. MI83 L. S. KL'GGLES, Pri aeipaT. LIOUORS AT AND BELOW COS f. etul WT ' have determined to dueoetinne one-ball longer than by tbe oW plan of tbo the sales of liquor, and otter to '.Vie rub board. It will wash the largest blan- tradeal and below- CSst, the largest aud ket. Three shirts at a time, washing liest selected stock of liquors ever offered ; thoroughly ! in a word, tbe ahlulion nf in this market, on similar unus. Our : any fabric, from, a Quilt to a Lace Cur Stock embraces fine old Kye VS'hisky's to tain or Cambric Handkerchief, are equally ." years old, the following brands: Pure within the capacity of this Little Urm t uid "( aiiient," "Monougahelia," "Mwili i It can be fastened to any tub and takeu off cello, ''Abnev's," "Hanger"'' "Anderson j at will. k Kindig's," " U bite's' nnd several other J No matter bow deep rooted a prejudice brands, pure Augusta aud lloekbridge eo., may e.tist against Washing Machines, tbo Va.. ln Wbiskv's, old Jamaica and N. j moment this little machine is seen lo per K. Hum. pure Holland and Domestic Gin, I form its wonders, all doubts of its cleaus- , . ... . j ii. ..- ei . u i i imported ana ISOmeallC riSUIS miiiray, are Apple and Peach Brandies, tJingsr, ( 'berry and other fancy BmaSnpa, Irish and Scotch 'V!ii-kies. i'urt. Bbarrv. Maneria, (.'laiet and Champagne Wines, and all oilier Liquors usually found m a fcrst-efSSS i stock, pure Imported Porter, Stoat, ate. LEE, TAYLOR A CO. oct-ltf. 1 Lvncbburg, Va. WHERE TO GET YOUR CORN MEAL rK aimoutice to the people ol Morns toa'ti and vicinity that our new Corn at our Marble Mill, is in full opera Mil tion, making good Corn Meal. W solicit patronage, assuring ail, that with a rood mill, and a careful miller, it will be made to their interest togrind at our mi We will generally have meal on hand, anil fbr good corn will swap measure for ineas- ure or IS pounds of meal for oil pounds j of corn. ! IMRIMfiF.R HfinfiKS. oct-ltf. JOHN IIO.N'NA.V. J. A. JOHNSTON". JOHN DONAN'&CO. GRCCEK -AJSTXJ Commission Merchants, Xus. 10'J ami 111 Sycamnrc Krecf; PETERSBURG, VA. Special attention given to sales of Cotton, Tcbaeeo, Flour, Wheat, Corn,, ic. jvlD-Cui. ertiscments. TRADE Francisco & Co. Merchants to their large stock of Hoots ! Shoes 30 cases Womens' Kip Hals 3? H " Kip Polkas -"' " u Calf Bah. LufF B,il 20 " " Hull Polkas SMITH. BTCBOBS. WM. E. WILLIAMS. e.ast Tennessee of Wall Papers and School Books. t!i atfanton of ewsastsy merchants to onr House. j'-JG. T. D. T AYLOR. Photographer, :i ces.,r to A. T. Hunt.) MORRISTOWN, TENN. HA INO Lately piirthased an outfif from A. T. Hunt, i am now prepsred ki ;irrii.-h all kinds ol Card Pielares as well as CaMneCaod .tber sizs. am herMo fore made by A.T. Hunt. I yVdje roy i f--: effort la the entire asshtiessssl raafitl iuAy agues! thtir alinwana. . . . 1 V I. D. TAVJ.OR. mst.H ritn. W Mi Hi Hunt's Old :ivd. WILSON. m oau iit.iM K, KNOXVUJLE, TEN GKIWUt Commission Merchants, An Healers in Hoar. r;nt!, foBstrj rrsSnee. frraerrtet. It. Con.icnnient.s solicited and prompt at I It-ntiun piven In a. ,r, ;0 j our care, and easb n muted on day of sale. I .etn-rs of enijwirv prompily aaswasasT. Cash paid (or Wheat. Corn and Oats, and (Backs tiirnt.sbed on demand. jan4-)y F. M. SAMES, -- .-- "r'n, coon - 1 " oiicas or.ier tor tbe csr- peolers oii on baildints of I - ., " every ' ' TtfC flMFDinSM UfACUTD I mamm nim.inwnil rf n w M L tl a PRICE rro. Tbe Americas Washer saves money. . time, and drnderv. Tbe Jatigue ot wa.sh i iag day no loager dreaded, but Vconoiuv, '. efficiency and clean clotbitiir. sure. Im eix.im- pruiit: auemion toini little ma chine, a tew of tbe invaluable qualities, (not possessed by any other washing ma chine yet invented,) are here enumerated. ll io ibe suilles, most compact, most portable, most simple in construction, most easily 0eraled. A child ten veins old. with a few hours practice, can thorough))- comprehend and etiecliittllv nse it. 1 here is i adytathsg, no screws as annoy no delay in adapting: Jt is alaar ready for use! It is a per iect little wonder ! It is a m mature jrrant, duing more work and of a ltter 'luality, than tbe mtt elaborato ,iuf nmni i nun uinu v are can .Mi ;n., almoin" .... .... j d the doubter and detractor at once become the fast friends of the machine. We have taatwiKinieis without end, set- ting forth its numerous advantages over an otners, ami trom bnnJreis who Jiave thrown aside tbe unwieldy, useless ma chines which have signally failed to ac compbish the object promised in promi nent and loud sounding ii?ertiseinents. It is as perfect for washing as a wringer is for wringing. The price, another par amount inducement to purchasers, has been placed so low that it is within tho reach of everv housekeeper and there is no article of domestic economy that will repnv the small investment SO soon. f-('"Wvl great labor saver, is a fair trial. We guarantee eaeh machine to do iis work nerfecflv. Sole Arrents for the United States, A. ft. Frnneiscus t Co., 513 Market at., Philadelphia. Pa. Tbe largest s nd cheapest Wooden Ware House in the United States. GROCERS And Commission Merchants, Prtcr&burg, n. Solicits consignments of all kinds nf eonntrv amdaee, especially Flour, for tho sale of which they have peculiar aifvan a;rs. jlvl!3na a 1 ( ''s Ginger Krandv. lUaug."0. LEE, TAYLOR A CO.