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o i a. Tiimc-Tahip Ktsl lean and Virginia Railroad AKKIVKtt. .EAVES. Mail train, west, 10:49 a.m. 10:51 a.m. Mai! train, east, 2:08 p.m. 2:28 p.m. Pass'ng'r train, west, p.m. 9:39 p.m. Paae'ng'r train, east, 4:20 a.m. 4:22 a.m. Way frcignt, e.t, 5:07 n.m- 5:14 p.m. Wi freight, east. 1 1! : 0 1 p.m. 12:16 a.m. Cincinnati, ruinhoriand Gap A 1 bariestoa B. R. Daily t rains, (Sunday excepted,) leave Iforriatown at '.t i; p. m. arrive at Waif Creek at 5:20 p. m. : Returning, Uave Wolf Creek at O-.oO a. m.; arrive at Murristown at 9:50 a. in. Gr.o. P. ert!iu? York - ft c S. M. i'ETTKN.ilU. I Adverttains A rente, :7 P: 1!.. Hi Ynrk, arc authorized to contract fbradrer tieamenta at our lowest raton. A. K. Hekuy, No. 2! Law Bnildins, Kichm.jhd, 'a., is u'.ir authorized Agent, in that eitv. to receive and contract :': avdeertiaemente fjr The MoaaisTO wx Oazkttk. Messrs. Hough & Church, dealers in agricultural implements, feed. etc.. Knoxville. will accept oar thanks for it lot of fine grass sick Dressed Turkeys are qui I sd in demand at Atlanta :it 1 I to 15 cents per pound : Dressed Chickens much wanted at 10 to 12. Married. On the 25th alt., at the residence of-the bride's father. Samuel (ii!!. Esq.. by Rev. Ii. N. Price, Mr. s. W. JaknagCN, of Morristown. to Miss Mjlrv Gill, of Grainger county. Snow iu the Maintains. More snow has fallen in the motin- I tains during the last two weeks than j for several years past. With the first warm weather, look out for one of the biggest floods that ever came ( "rushing down the mountings." ;. B. Mct'rary. This iTositloman continues 1o ko tip a splendid stock of general m chandrse, and just the kind to plea our people. He also keeps a li stock of family supplies : ii you wa eatables, go to McCrary and v will be very certain to set them. Fine Stock. Our y Graingei in the rii Shields, of X t t direction, havuu liis attention exclnsivelv, t: nr fine stock. Ho reeen chased a Durham bit 11, for w paid five hundred dollars. Lec, Taj lor A Go. We im vert 7des Imrp an 1 V: tensive trade. Lire Ij T;in For sevei town was i t ravel in-' vi the enterprising "Dr.," to tin no doubt, of all who investe I. Kevival at Macedonia. '.'tiite an interestinrr re viva litrion has been in progress at loss. Mt donia Church, live miles Nor this place, for some weeks p:i-t. learn that twenty-odd persons fessed religion during the pr of the meeting. We Cold Weather. Last Wednesday w:ts the ooh day of the winter. The therroc ter mdicatod nine degrees below z tit sunrise, on that morning, in place. At Rojrersville Junction, are told, that the mercury era ilown to sixteen ileirrees below z on that mornincr. i ins we New Material. We have recewen new type and material from tl: I iclunond Type Foosadrj with wfa; ire will print the J Holston Methodist. The type Is I of an excellent quality ami we in- tend to give our Methodist friends a handsome paper. Send in your names with the money only and try it a rear. 5w Orleans Sugar and Sjrnps. Mr. Joseph H. Earnest, of the Arm of Earnest & Briseoe. returned from New Orleans last week, where he porch awed a fine stock of New Or leans sug 1X8 aad syrups for this mar ket. Everybody who loves "sugar in them,'' should call and get a sup ply, aa this stock is of a very supe rior quality. Ground lIo Day. itst rriuay was wnat is Know-n no "ground hog; day."' The legend has j Wednefda , Vebru(trjj it that on the 2d of Felmiarv the sun hating varmint comes forth from his , quarters to take a general survey of nature. Should he, during his per-1 ambulations, happen to see his ugh' shadow, he at once goes hack into his j hole for a six week's sleep, during : which time wintry weather will pre- f vail. Otherwise, if the day be cloudy I so that his hogship can't possibly see j his frightful shape pictured by the i sun on the ground, lie remains out - for the summer campaign, and spring with beauteous weather, is near at j hd. i i What IdTertlsIng Did. Millaiul. the banker and newspa- ; per speculator, who died r Paris, and who founded 1 ltly in Paris Petit Journal, which at one time had I dailv rin-nhvtion of nearlv half a n copies wis an enthusiastic be- Illlll' Hover in the advantages of liberal advertising. One day he bad at his table nearly all the proprietors of the leading Paris dailies. They con- versed about advertising. Millati ! asserted that the worthless articles could lo sold in vast quantities, if liberally advertised. Em'd do Girar din, of La Presse. who was present, took issue with him on the subject. "What will you bet," exclaimed Mil laud, "that I cannot sell in one week ot tne most common liii-lcr .rctovt tlii ca'itiaire seea once m a the daily p a page in h should win newspaper b page -s of this citv Oir- s jiaper tor nothing it be his wager. The other publishers asreed to do now me !. the He cabbie-seed showed then had as intic whib Knoxi hie them tt'l doms a siood bt on eustome and snoes .hats, cap H. Si j, line Par to i: The enterprising firm of Carpon- Make a Rate nf This. If yon wish to make anj lascs, don't 170 awav from 1k who a tvert ise Th pent in town is of advantage to the iiome is itKe T:iiiiLt ont of the business so mucn interest capital of the Thanks. J. Coleman GardiM Sprrngfleld, Mo., is en thanks lor files of 1: papers, .James Yiek. the worl rt see- tsman anil noris., ol ltOCiiesTer, N. Y., has pla'ed us under obliga tions by sending us a fine lot of jar den seed. AVe have plante 1 Yiek's seeds for three seasons, and have al ways found them to be just what was represented. afkaoa ledseateat. Our ol t friend. Capt. W. M. Tim ln'rlake. well known to tnanj- East Tennesseeans as the genial and pop ular Juarterinaster of the 24th Ten nessee Regiment, during t!i- recent 'unpleasantness," and who is now a citizen of Antrum, Ghv, has warmest thanks for reeent ;u Of !andness!ietovreduponthefi.zi-:TTi:. Long ,aay the Captain live, and may prosperity ever attend him. , Good Advice, The local of the Bolivar Bullet in gives the following advice along with his own v- perienee. Try it : "Stop drinking whisky. We have tried ii. and it is now working beautiful. No more "sick headache ;" no more ridiculous endeavors to make softer fools acknowledge the fact ti.:.? I fellow full of whisky is the smartest man in the world." Sew Ad vert Kent ts. "We ask the attention of merchants ! au'- shippers of produce throughout i"'ast Tennessee to the card, in i other column, of Ramev & Tii ioe lake, commission merchants, Angus- 'i ro,c' r'1S firm to be a good one; libera and prompt i.i their Stealings, and reliable in every j particular. They possess many ad- atii in th h itn l and produce, and we ean assure, our friends that consignments to this bouse will be disposed of to the in- terest of the 1, pea . ke ;i good tr.H'lo from tliis section. Attention is directed to the ofS. '- LuttrelL wholesale an furil i I re- IUe, Tenn. Ti and his stock 1 reputation ol its is a new s all new. and the Luttrell enough to our people that in dealing tria Jas. P. Evans, Esq. Attorney :it ; a cara m anocner column tper to Which we invite at- Mr. Evans has gamed an eavtai ..r 1.. r. reputation as a gentleman d business to urn. It- Ca t. Sam. IUdl Had la iv. of Rog- trtngneld, ol Rogers- oser on the Ej stern e wers pleased to receive a can. on Saturday last, from CoL T. A. Thomas, of Mi Idle Tennessee. lay. wnere be iur :hase I some t wenty My -i s iiiiorms us inr good prices in Kentuci Esq. retorne .y, .' i la is -J; fails m proper courtesy to even an ions an 1 one lillin i s eat e of The unusually drv winter which we prevented ti g whe with ti .-.-xxl project of its res on the CTOund for some ti ( morun for nblen nday ' ui oi r autre ia county, He ffeetiounte father aid 'hose whoknaw h:tn bes He ai-fed nuii; as a so wor.oy citizen, loved him most, iier in the Con tire community 1 he bast asaortmant it Dai ot arnisbes. window glass, putty, etc. low glass. BU can Dr. J w ayi . T. be lo ind at tne drui Special Moilee, Profe.asiona engagements at variatts aoea along the line ot tbe B.T., Va. ,t a. Railroad, and the saggeationa of some my patrons in your immediate vicini . have induced me to include Morris- treatment of chronic diseases a speciality, and refer, as far as uy saceess is concern- d. to the niaai Qattering testimonials in ay system of practice baa proven in f al ible iu all painful afiectiona, especially in Hi . -uuiati-m, and in all the various forma of Neuralgia and' has established for it- viatue reputi aa been trie in all localities I Its effieaCT in all diseases attributable to nervous debili- I ty IS unoquale l in he history of ancient or modern nied caiiou atiu mu-ii db wis- , ireeiated. every tuwerikm herein made, and .solicit a eaUJrom tir,.sc who may need my services. 1 will I..- at Morristowe aa Friday. Febru ary ..i ! and oaturdaj, l'ehruary 24th. tootus at the i'arley House. Respectfully, Dr. M. 1.. LlCHTCXSTADT. P. 8. I ri-fr by permission to itjy nil merous patterns at Athens, Sweetwater, l.O.idL i.i Kington. Stationery ! Siationery ! A good assort Bient of all kinds of ta- p lionery at Magee's Drag Siore. Also, Le- I l?al Cap p iper, t' which the atteution of 1 I fifteen Thousand Koils Wall Paper. I Me. Williams. Stunre & Co of the E. T. B. H., by the immense slick of Wall j jj ........ -.,,....!.. i. -....i ,i, ..(' -I r i ma i) h i r i louse, seem thrown all competition in the r..,.;u 11 n u. Oil rmlwil nf aftil' tic taste, desiroui of something extra, nane. til and recherche. i he.se may he ordered C. O. D giving anon of room. quality of Paper, price, whether for Chamber, 1'aih ceiling nr what not, aud they will tee satisfaction. . , flail .. Va I rn tint's ! Valentines 1 Mngee's I ' g aiore is ioe piaee i; Ki vour Valenlines. A Sue assortment oi all tuneatal and comic. - . Sinkius slowly. Unit i rit ! cri-i- are not the only on en in be dresad : Canker or d.v rot does not blast a tree lad ienly a- a -tuke it lijjbtmni le s arretted it lieatroye it as of yellow fever, is as sure to snap ll :-t,: eX ! trf prematura decay. I.ansuor, pallor, crna cia ...... dej re- -i u ol -pit its, and a d:;ate Miii ne administered in a lid is rloatetler'a Stomach limulating principle of the! Bittera. 1 bt piepmi . r i rea n la ins wi ' and healthful impulse to the vital force ifius bryujrLt int'i play. Tie failing ap lite is o awakened, Uta prooeaa ol 'ti .,ri nine mote nuikiai. itim mn; ibal contribtttei to ike n mriahment body u idergoea aalatarj change, 'f mean the repair ot tie- physical iias u.e Demticent I -en in re ma: Iced ! sr i :a ng that, in tie ol all tunic-' and i aaleat and surest mmini c strong to restore m, 1 powei loo auk TaorBi.au wira a bad bketjt. ; it annova your fri.-iida a, well aa l icat elr know ww We avt- ip jr areata p ll.M, ... S - . . I with which the market ia 8i U Bar ilea between b. v ; a ek "a Vtasuaa BtT .1 :."!. i wi , : i ;tir,iJ is temper, Ac. i at M ii Ii rful M. rOllil- till' a ar-; iJ Ian Lane filer 1 50.000 families continue and tn accident from an v descrip- uae i tiona ( 'liar hve Occured from it. es Pratt, eatablished Oil Hoaae ..i' n 1770, New Tin Purest xi swektest Con Ltvn On. in the world is Hazard ft CaswaliV I" Patients wh 10 a I nther-. ill-, a - . , superior to anv ot the other oils in the vr restores soiled Gloves equal to new.) For sale by Druggists and Fancy Goods j Dealers. Price 25 cents per bottle, P. j C. W'eiU,t Co. Now York. I. ' P , , , I warranted remedy lor Painful Menstration i and eqnally efficient as a nervous antidote I i'i all caea of Narvom Excitement, ! a. l -. oi i- ;.. ...! ... i .11UI1MI ll illlU ' It C 1 -ill D III limic I female. Sold everywhere for $1.00 per buttle. Moreraa ft KMev, DruKeiata, New A Youthful, Appearance and a Reau tiful, Clear Complexion is the desire of everybody. This effect is produced hr using G. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youdi." a harmless beautifier of t!i skin. Will I remove all Discoloration, Inn, Freckles JC L . III. f a. J.I!A, I and Sunburns. The use of thia delightful toilet preparation cannot be detected. For sale by all Druggist and Fancy Goods Dealers, Depot, 5 Gold St., Nev York. Mrs. Wiss'i.ow's Sootiiisg Syp.up. It relieves the little anflerer from pain, cures Wind, Colic, Regulates the Stomach and Bowels. Corrects Acidity, and duriuff the ..... ... 1...1L;... I. lm 1 I ... l.t T... - I'lULe.-vioi o-CLIloj,; ll is UKAiuai'ir. i rr i , ..r.. ... -i - -u: fi ii-tiii am in a:i eases, as i ui . I ...:r.. I Tailoring Establishment. T. Fugledow has opened a Tailor ShoP Morristowa, and invites a share of the public patronage. Having had an experience of thirty two years m the DUSI- uess, he is eonbdeut tliat he can five sat- j is faction iu every particula-. Produce , ' will be taken in exchange for work. Shop on Main street, nearly opposite the 0 a zktte Office. fehl-tf. To ConsnmptiTes. j The advertise-. I aviag been pernintipntly cured of that dread disease. Consumption, 1 by asimpie remedy, is anxious lo make ! known to bis fellow sufferers tbe means of j cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the directions for prennrinj; : and using the same, which thev will Hnd j scut: f'fHK for Consumption, Asthma, I BamccniTiS, 4c, Parties wishing the prescription will ! please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON. t Soi, Willi -hui-..',. V Without a Parai.1'. The demand J 1,r- J- Bredfietd'a Fen.!. Kugulator ia ! ; -'" rdie. Ordrs com.i in so thick (, r... , l. . u. I..,. -. iiupimw 1 i lore, oei-n uitanle to i i J I tht-m all. lie ..- happy Ii State liiat arrHt-,; are n -""pie'c b wtaehhe h prepared to man- i re Parnate Reirulator an i equal to tiie emergency, ami the public I j may feel a-sured that their want may I ! supplied, Physician, of high 'repute are Using this great remedy, in j j daily practice, ail ovr Georgia, 11 re- ; 1 niter no woman need suffer from sun I ... , " ) i preaxion, Fiupenueo or irrepumr menatra- j , . r , .i.,. I w. i . m , i'-a ..t' i ' ' I . t .. . , sbectaule drnxcisu tlirieit'h mt America, i 1 Fine thewloff Tobacco. An (tr.tra line artlele of Chewing Tobae-1 coat .NUt'ci-N I J riig- Stur. also, Sbs ?mokin.' TobaCCO add a complete assort i ment of pipe. Ul. Sticcesa :s the beat test of raperi oriiv ; th woaderial demand l"r Sim-1 mona' Lieer Regulator is one of 'be con- ' . eincing proafi that thin arnt-U is appre- ciated above everything else of the kind. I However much it iealooa ilefamera ma r throw their ibafta, truth will prevail and' I BO ;),;, n,dicirie. Uakmh.u Halm are quite as aatoniahiug a.s any scene on the otage of a theatie. that fainoua beaulifier. tranaiautea a in. the S'jttnecs of perfect lovelines. ( tool iockies. wbi'di eon n try air and S nilijrht are prettv a n r to produce, in perieciiT magical eneci in nauianin uu-1 . dne red n ean blotches mid pimptea fr m f j the skin. Vn,-n the lady who Las aaedil j so remedy le-r comnleaional defitcta laoka ; i . stef a It, j p-;,red ; b trm.H aud hoaom, mw - ::.(, I w !i - a ' : ti ; ir u I - - ! o" on:. ht.! ; s ra' . rree'sv,- s l he to invoke a Meaaiog an the Inventor of the J r-.:ef. It is article which has wrought auch a delight ! to injur. , fg ira.is'onnniioo. I I aa. and Braptiona, purify i-.mi llr. 1'iert.e Goldei blood hr ' mI Ii;. h laea sad I tquors. .A tail line of para ms and I.'.pior at Si agee" r.. S1 ire, fr caediciual par I o.ea On'r. K ill t tlUIti.M Lee, Taylor & Co iio'-r rn , ( umitti on .!trhranli n n rrtilf Hroltf r bat le a rhae e i k. Sew bacon, !h tan pork, tad iiuu'a: a.i :n ateany i:-n..ir.u ai n.. Etre h 1 d nata utead a i 3, 16. jf SO v mucea, ee l,perb ,-h.COi to t.'i 7 50ti 9 Cm" S 50to 3 00 n to 2 . r, 58 t ' to 75 I iX i:;.- 1 r. 1 , I . 1 ..i.i r,i, ; 80 to 3 Lea ther, country tail dao B.pai " an fiatahod, " harne-s. per It. ' ntiiier, per lb. lb. ito 50to S 40 j Onio Port Peat 0 to 1 0i -Fresh bojra, pet lb. Salted, per lb. es. dried, unnared. per 7 to Ti t pared, per lb. UtO lb i Potatoes I rub, per bushel, 65 to 1 001 sun, Mara P. Robertson, John if. Robert S - r. j - r b .-f.M, 1 OOtO 1 25 (on, Mary A. Kobertson, E:iza J. Robert- j !!ye. p-r Ijs.s.'u-! ot , :bs. S3 to KB i Furkeys, dreaded, per pound, 12 to lii ; Timothy seed, per bash, 45lua. 4 00 U4 50 Wrtl MdlMfl i.,.r nnitriif At fr. 11 unwashed, .-(.. to .i.. T 1 1 A . t .. U i i i l - - . J iiii.iiiv,. -: to j "' 60 J Wheat, white, i.cr buh. GO lbs. 1 rea, i out Atlania Marh't't. oqhuctbd weeklt t a. i. cox a Com '.'." to !7 cents per bushel. Utto ! Outs Potal ' . , fci barrel. to 4.00 per barrel . -Green- 4.00 to 7.00 -, . - . n . . Flour l-.Ntra and siipcrfine, 2 50 to; 50 per s;ick : r.iinjlv, 4.-.. Lard 9 to 93 in cans, m i, 1 - . ..c 11 Ii iit ter I . to Jo per lb. FggS lg to 20 per dozen. Unions :;.U() to.'. 7" per barrel. Field Peas LOO per bushel. W lu-at 1.411 to 1.75 tur nrim red .1 1 .,., -.fc:,- Bacon Shoulders fA per pound; hams, 1 1 '1 10 per pound ; clear sides, 9 Chestnuts 2 00 to 250 ier bushel. 4-1 Sheeting 13 to 13 yd. i Shirting 11 to It yd. cotton yarns 1.50 to 1.55 per bunch. Feathers G5 to TO per lb. Beef gross IJ to 5 cents per pound. Dressed fnrkera 15 to 17 canta per lb Corn very scarce aud demand active, j IT..,, ffln. r.nl,, ...L. 1 ii ay m.ni,c-. i . . . hlii wm ot,". siuLiiq. i ii , i i j :. r,: .1 I l.hoii mn i.nin in ino iieiioiiio anu icdui i upward. I seed. 1 l...- . .1 - I Augusta Market. ArousT.A, Ga., Feb. 1, "12. Quotations fur to-day. Whiut in iTiui.1 ,!. .... i T?it ft! M to ISO; White, $1 7S to 200. OaU, TO. Hay, $1 60 to 1 63 for prime. Corn offered fredv at $1 05. Bacon, shoulders Ti to T ;' Sides S to 9; Hams 12 14, Larb 10 to 10 iu cans. J, O. Mathewso.v. Kiioxvlllc Market. Corn White per bushel 65 to fiT cents. J Wheat White, bushel ft 20 to 1 45 j Red - - $1 10 to 1 20. Dried apples jl lb 4 to oj cents. Dried Peaches f, lb to fi cents. Black beriea Per pound, T cents. Oats .per bnanei 40 to42 cents. Flour Family lo , Extra, $: To to to S 50. I 75; Senerf Bacon per lb., boa roand fj;o Tee Lard In Ibba. "f lb. Si to V ceutij Dutter Per pound 20 to 22) cents. Km Par doxen 1 "i to Mi -ent- iV t w A d v ertittments. Earnest & Briscoe, MAIN STREET, MORRISTOWN, TENN. ARE NOW RECEIVING THIER NEW STOCK OF GOODS, Consisting of Everything in the Line of DRY GOODS. GROCE R I E S , HARDWARE, jBootS) Shoes, Hats, Ready-Made Clothing, Notions, Fancy Good s Trimmings, Laces, Itibbons and Toilet Goods. Our Stock of Ladies' Dre Crood5 runs, smawjls, Shoes $ Gaiters, Is one of the best ever offered East Tennessee. WE HAVE A SPLENDID & VARIED ASSORTMENT OF Clot lis, Cassimeres and Gents' Fine Piece AH r'f which has just been bought at the lowest CASH prices, and to CASH buyers we ciltr rur1: inducements to give us their trade, promising them Goods of Fine Quality at very Reasonable Prices. Produce of ail Kind taken in Exchange for Goods. TCSr The ladies of Morristown and vicinity are specially invited to c;d! and examine our stock, which was selected with much care with u view to please them. EARNEST & BRISCOE, Main Street. Morristown, Tenn. ishment by Attachment -In th i cauec it appeariag t tt.e L a'aintiiii in tl.a ,::i of 923 55, a I""' i atfi . it sad bond of plaintiffs' bein? ti e hi at in"'. -no hr t in.i-huint !' Morris Kid well Or. haviae bea granted by J uir. It la .irder..-j thai i ..;,. n t e tna'i notifying said deraian i, Doll i Cullaii. . in Ifarrtsi !., a; : ear at in OCX 1 8Di -'r-1! h day ft Ji..-.e. 1872, atnj J. DONALDSON. county. 4. Printer's fee Chancery at Mornstfwn. ' OA I. Bill. VTai. R' . Lane. Geo. Rober Lonertsoii vs. r.z i rson, Alila'.Jer Marsha Courtney. John A. Sbi Pelpa Etol 0, Thomas Knhertsaa (ol Wesly.) ij Rabettaoa (of Wfaair.) Nancv Roberti and Martha C. Robertson and the he -C D-..Z :.. 1,.V -l... . ... residents and whose names are uakao III . , i :i IT i I if .1 ' i H .r , : : T . r . jn tIils cause t appearing troaa the j allegations in the bill, that the heirs of j -,o orui I ,.!,,. r,T.i.iofe at law r'i 1 1 ... . t wrt-..ii iifn I " . , .. ... 1 Ihi'm It i. thfrtorf. nrilfrc. that nnli.l- I catt'in he mnoa lor tour successive weeks, in ibf Morris tewn Gaaefa, ooti lying Rat i j nun resident defendants to appear before the Chancery Court ef Hamblen county. I In li liIil at Morrisr-iWM.nn th '-'d Mondnvi j iu duly next, then and there to p'ead, an- I " . . .: i tru . l. swci uv vieuiur lo saiu UJ 1 1, ur iue same ... , , , . . , . I , , I llIX- ur-DDurv r.m f 11 a .11 L Ibl III, 1, sU 4X -TJ. , In . r s? o ' ' s a . i.... a. " I Chancery sjale of L.-md. I u ohedienca to a decree of the Chan- eery Court at Morrirtoivn, iu the cause ! of Win. M. Miller executor of the last -ii ,-. .. ,, will of Murv nouiDO, vs. Jesse rsacon and others, I will sell to the highest bid der at the courthouse door in Morristown, on Monday, the 4th day of March. lt?72, at one o'clock P. M., the lands mentioned and described in the pleadings, situated neat Rooaoll villa, Ilainblea county, Tenn.. on a credit of six months and without the equity of redemption. Note and good so- iMirite will r.,. rtnniriii of tin., i f- , - - ! ..... - w f ( rut Kan mIhiua m ttu ln-t ,o,t;; tK.. ...... .. . ...... ... ... - ... 11,1 r.O, 1 i . . - 'I hi. Ittn I JIM, LsT2. Jt)nN" MURPHEY, C. & M. j jan. 24 4w. Printers fee $i j Sale ol Land. nh;i ncerv I. . , , . jy. I n ohdienoe to a decree of the than- ! ..... - eery Court at Morristown. m the cause t ri i r i i t. i w ot 1 bos. R. Read, Adm r .Sc. ot W . C. x- , , i . r vi i ! Nolen, deceased, vs. Jam; .Noieii and j ., ' i t. ... . t - t . , i , . . I ouiers, i win sen so ,.e aigaaas oiuuer, : UV line 1 .-ui . i.wut . in .hiiii.-:vhii, i . on the 4th dav of March 17 at one o clock r. m., the remainder interest in a: . . . r i i ... t.n I certain tract of land, containing 1 1 :i i acres, more or lsS, lving in Hamblen ' county, adjoining the lands of D. Noe, A. ' Sullen barger, D. J. Taylor and others, I and the. same tract conveyed by John V. Noe, dee'd., to Jano Nolen, May Tth, I 1860. Said land will be told on six and ! twelve months time and without the equity j or redemption, motes ana giou security i wm oe require 1 ot tn.; porcaaser ano a j Bea rehuBed on the land until tho purchase i money is t.u.y pasu. t uis Uaa. .d, 1 is;:. JOHN MUKPHKY, C. i M. ' ! tw. Primer fee $5. m Goods, I DONT SUK JF O It AM Y il a c-. t I FOR EVERYBODY i r." .jt ram: Pe TV. tn. Hi -,;;. r. I The mi; Ur:t'tnai Storiea, Ti most car:'s!'r selected inatter, Tha cheapeat It'fiaaat print, d paper E V E R I S S U E D . I t - fferiwfr Ifaa LanP at and Fineat PliE SENTATIOJJ CHROMO to every aub Puboshed atbif at One Dollar and Filty fenls a ear j at i :ce chroaao co-lJ no". b pur chaaed for that aaionat, We return to the OLD FASHIONED PLAN of Veariy Subarip'toni, becan-e j 'e ean fh;j i amount usually t;aid :o News Aaenta, in audini; ;o the I " 1 , 1 uau-.y ana e.eganreoi out paper. It COata tr.i- .a.critier leos an 1 icey get ) " - 'r "' W- , . ' r,t-r Tnih:,iiar ac aa pan t n n .rn t We say we do affotd i;, and shall cOBtin e to, until we have the largest subscrip tion lint in the eaantrr. Then we shall atop and iucrease our price far tee paper and ten eont for sample copy, before subsu.be for anv other paper. Ad s HENRY H. SAGE. 2G Alien St., Buffalo, N. Y. AGENTS WANTED (Ladies preK-r red, m every cilv. town and village in the 1 t nite 1 States and Canadas, a:.d hberai t..r,rw ar nfFMrm A " lee. TRIUMPHANT! 0d mm , J 7 GOLD AND SILvER MEDALS Were awarded to CHAS. M. ST1KFF, for the best PIANOS over 14 different Nfakers of New York, Baltimore and Ronton Manufacturers. OFriCF. AMI KB WAKEROOHS, a. 9 ft. liberty Street, Baltlmorr, Md T. The Sttefi 3 I'lanos contain all the - . HIKH IllllllUIlllHil"': ... lirst class Fiauo, with additional imi'rove ' raents of his own invention, not to be found in other instruments. The tone. touch and finish of then- not be excelled by any manufactured. t A ar'e assortment ot secondhand ,.. r , , . r. - fr. a-i.-o Pianos a wsvs on hand, trom tr i 9 to f..t-u 1 , , -. r., , i, . on Par or and i hnrch Urjrans, some u , . i i , .. , , avui .,,, different styles on hand liviiu vV and j uDSrartfs. fa MaStrated CataJoame con-ain , nauu-s of over 1000 Southerners, (500 j , , , . . T- . . ' ,v bonrhtthe Sues 1 iftiio since tne oose o " ' . T -ii-. - I w in hftVA i References who fcavr our rtsnos la ur. -y- ft Evans, Judge K. M. Bar'on, j Morristown; Mr. McDonald. Mossy Creek; , J0m L. Rbaa. Col. John Williams, Joseph j Jaquee. Kt.oxville; B. C. Carter, Greene- vil!e ; Theodoie Riehinond, Athens ; Thorn- , u iH;e. Cleveland; Jafta W . tiogatN, sweenvater ", Dr. D.V treen,Cbs.tanooga. ; atteSS-Iy. ' ' CARDS AND BILL-HEADS NL'AT Lv Printed at this Office. Railroad Advertisements. IMPORTANT TO 1 872 TRAVELLERS & SHIPPERS I ATLANTIC. MISSISSIPPI S OHIO RAILROAD. TWO DAILY TRAINS! riIIE consolidated Railway, tXtaadhag X tiuui Brixtu!, Tenn., to Norfolk, Va., antara upon the new yrnr with iactaaaed naeuitiaa tor a miaiaialatliiij tl,f pnllic in tb transportation of Thatki. and rastSSJT. In ash'jrt time an aiioition of NEW AMD ELEGANT CARS will be -ldrd to tba lie, and the road bl r-i.ntinue to i;f- improved with KTEW IROJNT, Sc C . , until it will b- mado a Jirtl class Railway in every pHrticular. Tbe (HKAPDT and tnoit Plrajant Roufr to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York. and Boston, ITia Norfolk, and tha apIendid-Steamaatpa iVR rtnirry. in eooneetiaa with tuia tw-i!laar,tbat City, torthe abort places. Tkwjl Tdm fad lulil Baggage Checked Through. Sleeping Cars on .-ill Trains! EUROPEAN "EMIGRANTS ! Haling ma le arrangements wi:h the "At ian Line of SUamtkips,'' wbich ply f-n,,-nioi.thly between .)eipoj! and NorfoIV , a., we can nw ae;l tickeu to and from .1 rerpoal, at GKEATL V KEOUCKO RATES, 1 cket at Rrieto! and Lynchburg, a:,d -i. i thtfzn by !t;r, la ti.rir rini-. FOR RICHMOND, V A. DAILY. Ih Soata Side Ditiaiun of thai Railway nai ;v o-n pat j;. g .,od ord.-r, and the G U EA T Hi OS BR IDG E travatiera taking tfam Una will fiud it tfa cBcaraar, w'i tha tkoriett and iuukest ro;ite to that pity. Titketf, also or aal. at f;rttii!y redticttl rata, via PETERS BU SC, Fl., '.o Kichtnond, V , .No charge for trinsft-r nfBriraw at Lynch baric, Barkerill. aud ail other p. ace.-, on tfiis Railway Line. cheap in ftisT nmn uh. Ne nr:aiien,eni.-i have heen mad by abich thia kaa become tha great Fast Fbrcrt Lin to ail parts of ;he country. Tin.e a- Quit, and rates as low a- by any itherroaia. Oooda and Produce, of ail ktada, --rwar'le'l in TKROUGH CAK3 'o destination. No braftkaaa .of bu'ik at Lmeahara. aad aa eharM Pur uy p'-.nt. o - Praaptlv AiiisteJ. tofladi line is - ..e l. v. u b rait-i raataed ar.d from Baltimore, I'hila hia. N- w York and Boaton. ruijlv, V A . txT For fur'Ler infbnaatioa npplv to .he Depot Ajretit, at Briatnl, or to w. K M. WORD, F. HUGER 1 Gaa. Paaa. Agant. LTaehharg. Va. BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE VIA Selma, Rome and D.tlton R. R. ASD ITS CONSECnOSS, Shortest and Most Comfortable PfUHtengt Jioutt . M 0ST1 ! 0 hIERY, S 1" LM .'. . VJi, in! L u i " , - i." ( , i a s SEW ORLEANS MONltUE, And all P-1u(m iu Texas. Pullman s Palace Car RUN THROUGH PMOM BRISTOL TO .UOBlLi:. VIA I I I.-. 1 'Laiefa and Montgomery, WITHOUT CHANGE. Time to lTontKinfrj and Mettle, ei:ht im m iwnn Eutns. Less than by any other route. Time to .New Orleans, Five Hours Less than br any other route. The popa.ar and most expeditious I. mi grant Route. To Texas anil forUlera tncSlara. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. TICKKTS to alt points on the route raav be obtained at the Ticket Odice of tbe East Teutie&ate, Virginia and Georgia Railroad. EMIGRANT TICKETS by this favor ite route for sale by G. M. 11ARRILL, Agent, Knoxv ille. TP?.- Be sure your tickets read via Da'. ton aud Calera (or Selina. ) E. G. BARNEY, Gel Sup t. JOHN B. PECK.Geo'1 Passeuper Agt. aut'16 if.) J. M. WYLY. Traveling Agt. the immi mmi mi. Selma, Rome& Dalton Railroad AND ITS CONNECTIONS, Form the Gnat Southwestern Fast Freight Line to Montgomery, Selma, l"Vn.acola, Meridian, Mol.ile, Juckson. New Orleans. Vickiburg, Tex ns. And Intermediate Points. Thl'OUgh Rates Gu.'iralltocd. t Overcharges promptly adjusted by agents at points of delivery. In ordering shipments from abroad, ask your shipper to give direction by this route to insure tiuiek transit. MARK EACH PACKAGE IA ti nir o 1 T rnnv SfcLMA, KUMTj & JLALlU. -- . j JLi j J J. J " E. G. RARXFV. Getitra'. 8uperintasMeat r. s. m:EIavain'. tieneral Freigh'. Areat, Patonn, A 'a. JOHN iL WYLY, Trareiing Ag'r.t. enlG tf.