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.3 EDUCATIONAL. 4'otiDir Niirrlmiipiil' 4'nnvinlnn nil Tenrhrr' Insjiltut"1 nt MiirrlaKiM if. A County StiierliiU-inle nt' ("oiivei. tion Hint 'JVut'lif rh' IliKtilute, uinli'r Hie authority nf ilit SutiSinHii!iti-iik-iit. will lie lielil in MnrrWUiwn, Ttnim-Kwr, on thu mil ami 13tli f AukiimI. lt7.", for the conn lie of Anderson, Mount, Campliell, Carter, Cliuborne, Coeke, Oral tiger, Greene, Hamblen, Hawkinn, Haucock, JetlVrHon, Johnson, Knox, Koane, Sevier, (Sullivan, Union, anil Washington. The forenoons -vill he ilevotetl to the regular Iuntitule work, the afternoons to the business of the Convention, an.l the evenings to public aildrennes and lectures. SUBJECTS FOR DISCVSSION : Primary Instruction. Orailed Hchools. Common Hchoolii vs. Private Schools. Hchool Management. Amendments to the Hchool Law. The Iustitute will he under the pro fessional charge of Professors H. Pres uell and 8. Z. tsharp. H. M. Sherwood, Huperinteudent Hamblen county, and Professors Wil son, Hummers, and Corrlgher, are re spectfully requested to superintend whatever local preparations may he necessary for the holding of the Insti tute and the entertainment of teach ers. Excursion ;rates will be granted to teachers and Superintendents passing over the railroads. An address will le delivered on "The Responsibilities of the Teacher," on the evening of the second day, by the State Superiuteudeuf. County Superintendents and teach ers are earnestly requested nnd expect ed to atteud. Twelfth IHMrlet of Kiwi Couuly, The following is the enumeration of the scholastic population, tauen Au gust, 1873: white male 37U, fiuuale b'.VZ; colored male 101, fumale 78, to tal 943. Taken July, 1874; white male 395, female 381; colored male 100, female &4, total U79. Taken July, 1875; white male 418, female 392 ; colored male 00, female 88, total 994. V. B. Cooi'EK, C. & T. The Valne of t'lirlnlliin Krlsool. Christian civilization is worked nnd ixuntained and largely made by Chris tian schools, seminaries and colleges. The value of such schools is forcibly illustrated in the statement made at the late anniversary of Mount Holyoke Seminary, that 115 female missiona ries have gone to foreign lands from this iuBtitution, 18 nf them from the last two graduating classes. One there missionaries, whose praise if in the churches, is Mrs. Harah Jane IUiea, of Lake Forest, Illinois, at present on a visit to her friends in her native Kast Tennessee. Applications are now on file at Mount H,olyoUe for i!0 more missionaries. Cape Colony, Africa, asks for eight. Several graduates are already in that Held, and have had great success in Christian work. What a noble record for a single institution of learning, and what a chapter it will fill in the annals of the Church of Christ when they are written up In full! And what eternal honors will encircle the name of Mary Lyon, in heaven, to whose labors, faith and prayers the seminary is chielly in debted for its existence and character! n. l'nlv?rll y Kluentluu 01 Womeu. The university education of women lias been established. The opposition to such education on the ground of mental incapacity, indisposition, or want of physical endurance has been silenced by experience. In the year 1870, the liegeiits of Michigan Univer sity first opened its doors to women. They did this with much hesitation and as a mere experiment, which might result unfavorably and be dis continued. As the result of the trial, Kegents, Professors, and friends, alike consider the L niverstty permanently onen to women. There is au almost uuiversal approval i.f the new order of things. The class-in mi work of the la dies Is ai kunw ledt , d to be of the same average quality us that of the gentlemen. At the 1 ite Commence- ment Miss Xjouish Anderson, tne only lady speaker, was received with en thusiasm. The impels say that In treat ing her subject, "The Next Century," bho made many sharp hits. Of the students in attendance, the present year, 120 have been ladies. Of these the Department of Literature, Science nnd the Arts has 09, the Department of Medicine and Surgery 4S, the De partment of Law 3. The signs of the times indicate a very rapid Increase iu the number of women of University education. And now, if they will find, what their C.od-giveu mission in the world is, and cling to it, they will do preat things for the good of their sex, aud for the interests of the Church and the world. ,m , m , m B IMetl. Mrs. Margaret C. Carson, daughter of Jesse Simpson, born Nov. 17th, 1812, died July 17th, 1875. Mrs. Carson was an estimable Christian lady, having l.eeu a consistent member of the Bap tist Church about twenty years. Earth has lost a uoblu woman. Heaven has received another trophy of Divine grace. She died in thu triumph of faith. The pure spirit hus gone to join her husbnuu and 11 lends iu the climes of inedible bliss. "Asleep la Jesus, blessed sleep, From whiob. none, ever waket to ween. A calm and undistarbed rcposo, Unbroken by the. last of foes. " W. N. C. Victorious Cornell. Saratoga. N. Y.. July 15. At about 12 o'clock last night the winning crews of Cornell weresumtuoned to the ball room of Congress Hall, where an immense throng was gathered, aud each crew presented with a United States Dag aud banner; also a banner to the winner or tue single scull race. In addition to these au elegant silver cup was presented to each member of the winning crews, tue iropuies were presented by Hon. siepueu w. Kell ogg, of Connecticut. Up till late this morning the streets were still lively with marching parties of college boys, venting tnelr enthusiasm iu songs and cheers. HAMBLEN COUNTY ITEMS. Iliirnril 'I'he Itrnt 'ro. Kis.sKLl.viKt.K, July 111. 1875. Tj the Elltum of the fhrui) iclc Tile dwelllnv; Iii ll-i' nf Mr. lviton I'll lit 11 was bin tie I to nslii-s on t health lust. The lire htivimr it c I t from the stove pipe that pasi-d from hi- conk stove through the ceiling, nnd the membeisof the family being absent nt the critical moment, -0011 kindled to a vast sheet of Hume: and when Mrs. Pullen, who was some distance olf, saw the lire she called f.irhelp; hut before assistance could be had the (lames bide ileltaniv, and consumed the building with all Its valuable con tents. Mr. Pullen Is an extensive farmer, living near llussellville, in Hamblen county. I will also -late that our friend X. E. Sutton, from the linn of Hoxsie it UePue, was in see us to-day, whcin' we find to be a very iniere-ling gentle man. We are always proud to receive pleaaut viMtors, especially such as Mr. S. A. W. K. A Whittsbttrg correspondent gives us tlie same item, and adds that owing to the c ntinued heavy rains, the pros pects in reference to wlieat and nats look gloomy. He says the wheat is sprouting in the shock, aud of course is badly damaged. I rrllfhl MlipmrlKM ll Clinrlralou, Charleston, Ten.n., July 19, 187-3-To the Editors of the Chronicle : Below find statement of freight ship ment from this office for the year end ing June 30th, 1875: Net amount of Pounds. Paeon anil lard S3 502 Putter 1 094 Flour H7 8fM Corn meal - 851 9i9 Wlieat l,8s 894 Oats 731 Dried fruit 6t! 510 Edits 18 293 Leather 1 030 Cotton 18 67tl Featheis 930 Srcan iron. 2 car loads 25 05i Cattle, 125 " 4i3 585 Hogs, S " 130 (100 Horses, 1 " 6 090 Shingles. 1 " 21 375 Miscellaneous 170 111 Total number of pounds 3,854 880 Freight on same-... Money collected on freight received Money collected on ticket sales S 4,997 48 4,02-5 33 1,507 90 Total $ 10,590 71 There are about 10.000 additional Tiushels of grain that would have been included in this statement but for the decline in prices. lU'Hpeelfuliy, W. L. McKnioht, Act. E. T., Va. & Oa. It. It. Co. Sml t'nle of An Inebrlme, U. C. M. Co.'s Hotel, Duc ktown, July 18th, 1875. To the Editors oj the Chronicle : The sad and lamentable fate, nf Ducktown's inebriate, (William Kell) reached home at a late hour last even' iug. It seems that he had been drink ing hard for the past two or three days, and yesterday evening, was found dead iu a field. Not being able to secure the services of the proper au thonties belore this morning, it was necessary to watch the corpse through the lone hours of nlgtit. Dr. Ketcherside, Sr., was the exan; iniui! iihvsician, nnd the verdict ren dered was that " the deceased came by his death from the ell't'Ct of strong drink, assisted by the smirching rays of a noonday sun," of which yeMer- dav was the most severe of the season The deceased was between 45 and 50 and leaves a larg efauiily in a destitute condition. Several winters ago he was snatched ns if from the very jaws of death, hav Ing laid out one bitter coltl night and was found next niornlug frozen light to the cround, with feet so badly frozen that botli hud to he amputated above the ankle, iie was certainly visiieu bv a terrible retribution irom tieaven aud still he persisted in taking of " the deadly poison," and row he 1111s drunkard's grave. 8. J. h Down I lie A. A 1'. Ilontl. Knuire Cieorie Byron returned Sat urday from Tuscaloosa. During his travels, lie talked with merchants farmers and others.and made good use of his eves. He reports that 111 Big aud Little Wills Valley the breadth ot wheat sown was large, and the yield unusually liue. Some good judges of such masters informed him lhut the people had enough to bread them for three years, lue grain has ueen an se' cured in good shape. Corn was more largely planted than in any year since the war. and Ihe Ilelds loon very promising. Oats were about a half crop. There has been one-third lees cotton planted than the average, and the yield promises more bales than any season since 1800. Mr. Byron says that the country, from Valley Head to Tuscaloosa, will buy little or nothing in the way of food this year, and, be sides, will sell a large surplus. The result is that farmers and merchants are happy and feeling independent. Chattanooga Commercial. Increased Wealth of the State of New York. A suggestive exhibit of the wealth of the State of New York is made in the report of the State assessors which has been published. From this state ment, which shows the aggregate value of real estate aud personal prop erty, aud is to be the basis of the next annual tax, it appears that the Increase of the aggregate valuation now report ed over the last previous valuation amounts to only a little less than 200,000,000. This is not only the largest increase ever known in the State, but it exceeds any previous in crease In a Blngle year (except In lStiO 67) by the enormous sum of $05,000, 000. The figures of Increase iu some of the counties are remarkable. For instance, iu Lewis county the increase is 174 per cent, and in Schuyler it reaches 12 per cent. EDUCATIONAL NOTES. A university, which will be under the charge of the Oetieral Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, is being erected In Oreirnn. The cost.lt i -aid, will b only S.M.ihmi, though It is designed to itccommodute come I11111 dreils of pupils. Augusta, G.i. . ha- liliy schools, thii-. ly-fniir white nnd sixteen colored, the expense per piiiiil, h.-ing Wi tban 5-1 ; per iiiuiitli. fhe L .inmissloners re- , immei.tl that the colored scho.di should be placed under a sepaiaie board, composed nf lieelmlders, and a Commihsioiier of their ow n race. Superintendent Smart, of Indiana, gives the following lepoit of the Edu- atloual Derailment ot the State : School fund $8,76i.0o0 School population tilix.UO'J Knrollmcnt in schools 4"0,iki() Number of teiiohers l'2.t)l0 Number of school liou-cs 9,390 Annual expenditure for etlueuiion 4,000,000 Value of acbool property IVi.OOO.OiJi) At Mount Holyoke Seminary, South Hadley, the young lady studeuts are be provided witn boats. Three nave alreatly been presented to the Institu tion by h.. It. Sawyer, oi i.asthamp tou, aud A. L. Wiilision, of Kortn- ampton. Possibly, too, swimming may Ue added to the course 01 instruc tion. There promises to he a large number of admissions to the school next year, between 15i) aud 209 having applied already, many of whom have taken a partial course there. The Hchool Census Marshal of Sac ramento has completed his labors, and reports that there are in the capital of California, between the ages of live aud seventeen years, l,9l4 while boys aud 2,02(1 girls, 49 negro boys aud 32 girls, 2 Indian boys aud 1 girl, living under the guardianship of white per sons, making a total of 4,908. Number of children under five years of age, 1,720 whites aud 33 negroes ; total, 1,754. Total number of children in the city, 6,821 ; nuuiberattendiug pub lic schools, 2,342 whites aud 06 negroes; private schools, 701 whites; total num ber attending scliools, 3,199. isumuer not attending any schools between five aud seventeen years of age, 959. A Filial I.rnp From a passenger on the western bnuud train last Wednesday, we learn ed, that on Tuesday last. Just ns the nasseneer train on the lrginin and lennessee Kail road had whistled lor a station, some distance East of Bristol, au unknown man leaiied or accidental ly fell from the platform ot a car. 1 he train was stopped as quickly as possi ble, and the mail found with his skull f ract u red aud other serious nru ises, and in au insensible condition, lie was placed in a baggage car and taken to the station, where medical aid was procured, but with little hope of his recovery. None of the passengers on the train knew him. and up to the de parture of the train, no one nt the station to which he was carried had recognized him.. He wore green spec tacles. wai well dressed, ami made himself very conspicuous in prome uadimt the ladies' car, exhibiting 1 sense of.uneasinees or trouble. Xew Market iV fl s. This is a storv related of .Tarvis, the dis tinguished painter, to tho ell'ect that, wulk- ing aown uroauway 0110 any, iid saw uu fore him a dark-looking foreigner bearing under his arm a small red cedar cigar-box. lln stenned immediately into his 'wake." and whenever ho met a friend (which was once in two or thrco minutos, for tho pop ular artist knew everybody), ho Would beckon to him with a wink to "fall into lino" behind. Hy nnd by tho man turned down ono of tho cross streets, followed closo by Jarvis and his "trail." Attracted by tho moisurod treud of so ma"y feet, ho turned round nbruplly, and, soeing tho procession that lollowod in Ins footsteps, he exclaimed: "vV'hatfor do debbil is dis'J What for you tako mo, ch." "air," ex claimed Jarvis, with iin air of profound ro-pect, "wo saw you going to tho grave alone with the body of your dead infant, and wo took the opportunity to offer you our sympathy, and to follow your babo to tho tomb." Tho innn explained, in his bro ken manner, that tho box contained only cigars, and ho evinced his grutitudo for the interest wlncn had ueen muniiestea in 111s behalf, by breaking it opon and dispensing them very liberally to tho mourners. Scribncr far Aunuxt. Nothing excels in wonder the bridge system of the West, all built up since the war. The Missouri is bridged at St. Charles, (0,505 feet long,) Bonne ville, Kansas City, Leavenworth, Atchison, St. Joseph, ($1,000,000.) and Omaha. The cost of these bridges was about $11,000,000, or $3,000,000 less than the single bridge and approaches at St. Louis. The Ohio is bridged eight timea below Pittsburg, at a cost of S10,(X)i 1,000. The Mississippi is bridged at St. .Louis, Hannibal, Keo kuk, Burlington, Clinton, Debuque, Winoun, L Cnwse, St. Paul, and other places, at a co.-t of 25,000,000. Ills stated that the bridges of the United States built since the war have cost $150,0(10,00(1. The grent bridges at Savb'onk. Albany, Havre de Grace and Buffalo do not bear comparison with fie bridge Fystem of the West. A llenlllillll omplexloil. When the blood is impure the f-kln presents au unclean, rough and sal low appearance, often accompanied by blotches, pimples, &c. It is a foul corruption generated iu the blood which nature strives to throw oil'. Dr. Tutt's Snrsnparilla and Queen's Delight acts directly ou the depura tory organs, of which the skin is one. By its use the skin is rendered soft, smooth, and roseate, aud the whole system renovated. Arrival of Mormons. Seven hundred and forty converts to Mormonism arrived nt New York on last week. The most of them are Swedes, Danes, Norwegians, and Ger mans of the poorer classes, with a few English 1 people, the infants, childreu and young girls outnumbering the adults nearly two to one. Two of the immigrants, it issaid, traded husbands 011 the passage. The statement that au orange eaten half an hour before breakfast will cure drunkenness turns out to be another of those borax sensations. The last amu that tried it went out half an hour afterward and got so terrifically drunk that he imagined himself au earthquake aud anti-bilious combined, and never lapsed Into coma until he had shattered everything in bis house and thrown the fragments out the back door. InterOoean, Fortunes of Singers. N. Y. CorreM"tidcn"e of trie boston tisiefe.; i Mine. l'arepa-K 's 1 l snhl to have tiled worth i-miie ;Si)l.0ii) Mie was a very thriltv woman, and looked well I alter the netime-'. Mnie. Nii-sitn Kt- i Zeatl'l hits tvrttilily lint MllUllilered i her in. 1111- .-in. I is Ivi nited In have ! !.VMMMIII i n V.-M fl ill M'nrk. iilld lent ,,,,. ; . j. , i, ,r..halily silO.OoO well mvr-ud. mid w.nild be wort li more if f lie- i rt- imt n . ki-iii-K'ii... Whe or i,r )tlt.r , who nets for her, u ,.oe at a bniL'in. 1. 111 nheral with money after she nin'e gt" it. Adelina Pat 1 Is extravagant and vi,ricioils, too. She make a creat deal of mon ey, and spends II lilKI' deitl it- well, lint she has save,t n mum,-. Mile, Aliiahi is just beginning " moke tu.ni ev; so die has Hot siv,-.l any so far. Mr. Uye, however, will i-ee that she lines not lose anything. Lucct i more like the old ht-himied prima donna. She doei not i a penny, thouxh she makes a urea1 nmny. De Murska, also, Is imprnvjd'ii. Ade laide Phillips is i"' 'i'. thMiuh her Keuerosity to her reiativm, I am told. MIssAunle .Louise tars wniinl save if she could only get a lit 1 1 alie nl. But she is so "kind hearted. Mine. Anna Bishop belnngs t , (he improv ident, or rather, un'ortiriiate genera tion. She ha- mmle fortunes, hut oil I v to lose them, and is a poor unman .- dav. Carl. F01 me-. Mai In, Timber- Ilk, neither have Hi'Vthiiiv' left, not even Iheir voii'.'-. Of the ,reent gen eration, Waehtei is well olf; so are Snntley, Sim- Reeves, hsure ami Nie mann, Campmiiii saved : so did Carpi. Citpmil didn't, neither did Mauiel nor llrignoli, slid the tenors and the baiilones of (he second class are poorer than church mice. The New York Post is discussing the question why Tweed is still in power lu ew ork, and -ay In the nrst place he stole several niilli ois, and has not returned a dollar, ami then a mat ter of more imporiitiice : iweedCHM turn to another source ot Influence the pn-sessmn ot valu able Information. Too little Impor tance has been attached to this consid eration. It I- impossible that a man, for years at the head of a corrupt gov ernment, associated with many men not only in systematic swindling, but In political fiauds, minute and com prehensive, coin rolling largely the ad ministration f the State as well as the citv, should not be the custodian of dangerous secieis Tweed has puli lished none of them. His reticence has been ascribed to maunao imit v ; but is it inn ruiloi- 1 .art of a -brewd policy Is it not possible iha' be can serve himself better bv keenim: ihe secrets than by part in it with 'bt-iii'.''' heat J- burly ite'ive Ht 1 lb ou wharf Inr prijne w bite and rl 10 in de pot. Tl ere is verv little received now which will htiin; ihe-e prices. Vhatta- nooia Timrx MIT iF.M I Rogersvilie Female C&llege. f Tin- I n.ti uli'm will Kflrcfne ! i" f, v ouuliiy ft'iiii'fj'fni iMtrje uf tciK'h A f"s,.4VM " in tverv department,. For rucu ur r i a'ti' tihir-t iuMrt $$ i.v. A W M It-S i n , 'rinfMl. Koukrm-im.k. f kx.. Ju'y I.:'.. T"'. Ivii.ii i-w4t National Surgical Institute! m INDUSAPOL13, ISO. Br an che : Ban Francikco, CaJ., and AtUnTA, Us. ChtuttrtdCapitai Broth, 9500.000. KTADU5I1D LARGEST SURGiCAL INSTITUTE IN AMERICA. I "lulitij (''irvtti.rei of the HplnS 4'Iub I Orfr firlr thorn aril e&ioi eureJ. rw i, nip iriftciiM, i nxikeu m: i Mllf Knrri, ItvfnrmltU-a if tin Kut. llurt'-I.lp, U'fl A'ulul Wfjt Nim L, KbciiiiiitlUiit, ( rons-K) i-m, 1'unil vat. l'lk'M. t'lalutH. Jiie- iI 2 1 the Kje ttt.l Fur. uJ burgU-l J1- I AJdren, Nti-nt bLMi'L lTiTim 1 TtiillauKolli, Iu.I,, or Atlanta, Ut,, 01 I iiv iiuid Dk, ou r rauciaci. t l. A book of 40 I'tRti, .101 rrtfirarinrt, flvlnf the history uf tUo Inntnuie. h I m-xlea of treat tueut alio. Lan of Ifralih I NICHOLS, SHEPARD &. CO.'S VIBRATOR THRESHER The IJRII I.I WT M Ci r.su of thi irnlu. Nnvlni;, I ime-Swt In if I II KIMI lit, ij unprecflentcj in the annali of farm Ma hinery. In a I r'.i l 1 eri i i it h i becjnie n tlrly buuH U hi ,1 I I I.I, V I SI AIlI.lslll l ,f the "i.i tmvi; iiiKisiiiXJ jikiiim:." 4.H1I KAISMtS Iir.M NEtotuhmitto the wftetul and itu perfect work t older lljresh era, when postetl on the t'r' ('tr'"-i'y ot ttiis one, tor KdViiiK kthiii. aavn if time. unU duitg tiiti, thorough and eoonujicul -th, THUKSHFKS FIND IT uiL-Hy a.ivantntcpous to run a uiu.niii that nat n "'ituu-re," ' i'lcktrs,' or " Apron." tht handier limi- Ornin, L nir Sirnw. tlciiiiKS. l'ittx. iim-'tuy. Milioit nil gui h (Hftic'j't tft.-iin an 1 f'l with t l lH-: 1 am; .itt r iii.nmMs ci.it to prrpection; saves the turmer lii thresh bill y eMrt suvintf of rrnin: maos no " Littentitr ;" requires I.1T!1AN "M.-H W.Y theucuul litiii, bcxefl, Jouruul:, aud tj-arp ; e iier uiunaKeJ: lee1 rei'Hirfi; olp that prHin r;ii?err prefer to eto ploy and Hull lur, nru Hi hOihuchI rl CfH while other muchine are " out ot juui." t'onrulm innl' with 6, N, 10 mtl Vt hor MuiimII ' INiHrra, rIioh a. rlHliy nl H-HrHir)t hIuh, fiprentily lor MK.tn rOHll, HUtl lo uiHlcJi uilter Hum l'uwrr. It' interested in gruiu raifinn, or th-ehinf, write fnr Illustrated Circulars frrn with fuil particulari ot liiea, style, price, leriui, eto. Mi 1IOI.H. N1II FAKI A C O., U-iuU Crn-kt MUhitf'xn iv25iweow4wkdw8w mwm i in ii 11 wi at. iff fl V V N i-'l1- SIMMONS' ;pQ;mcu tu .iU. qj na Fr DYSPEPSIA. Oi STIPATIDN. Jaundice. Ililious attack. SICK HEAD ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirit, SuL'K STOMACH, Heart Uurn, ic, &c. T a faulted familv I'teti ii'tt dir'arrHfitfO ibe yt in. 1 iirc to rare it taken fff uUrty, . I no ilrnftio vinlent inelicine, lien)"t intrrfe'e nth tu?iner. In n intoxieatiii lvem, Contain tho tmui lcit nnJ he-t rem lie. CAUTION ! ! liny 110 Powder or Prepared MUIIOV' I.I V Kit KCftlXA- TOIt milt n In our engrut e1 t rapper lvltli Trade 31 ark, Mauip and Miniature unbroken. 5nne oilier l genuine. J. II. I.IIJ & CO. Macon. .. and Philadelphia. r.THB 8YMPT0.MS of Liver Complaint r un- enrMneMand l ain in the fide, buiuetime. the I!un it in the rhuulder, and p mittkm for rhiu- intim, lue trioach affected with l of ap lwif and iekne-n, bowel in general marire, 'inetimei alternating with lux- 1 he hmi i troubled with ain, and dull, heavj nenatinn, considerable .. uf mrmoru. acronianird with lunnful ienaiition nf having left uniuH miethit)( which ouftht to have been dune. Often com rlaminirof weaknep, rfrhMtVt nd lnw spirit; fcouifiimea mnny of the above pyuiptnn attend the difen, and at other timed very fete of them. but the Ltrrr if generally tbe orKn mo.-t invol- red. IfEARlY ALL IWF tSI M nritrinn'M frnm rw.V., W,-,.-n,l T.miiiu of lh fir an.l f-W il always animu.Mv fought alter. If the Liver i Hv0ntri in tu atmn, health i$ almou invarta blynecurei. Want of action in the Liver cuet Ilrniiirht, tbnttpntunt Jaundice, tin in fJb btumliier. Cough, ChiU, )itzine,SiHr itnnttfh, Jimi T"le M'tuih, Jhitott Attack, art tnti',n of the ffftrt. 'irvi'n r,f ,Sj((nt, r the Jtin, nnd a hundred other symptom, lor which SInoM' I.IVI.K MK.I I.VlOK in the mildly, ellectUAily, nnd, being a simple vrgehthle It ii ay be taken. It i hirmUm in every way; the good and gr?tt trom all parts of the country TUG CLEHUV " Mr wife nnd ?Hf have used the tuex." Kev. J. H. Filuek, Ferry. Ua. LADIES IXDOHSKEENT "T hart viven vour failed to gi. e fuil tifactn." El,LM Miacmam. ConiiiilNHlon. HUGH LMcCLUNG&CO. PRODUCE & COMMISSION Having rented the D"pot formerly occupied by the EaM Tenneee and Virginia Railroad Company land more recently by Mmrs. liougti Jk CoO, wear prepared to do a general Commission, Produce and Storage Business. ADVANCES MADE UPON Corn, Wheat, Oats, Bacon, Flour and other goods in Store "WILL KEEP A STOCK OF THE MOST APPKOVED AND POPULAR Agricultural Implements, An I can ; iiMly furuifr nnd the trade upjn the bt'jl term, hi to prices. Vc nre General Agents for Eiist Teniioieeo for Chicago Pitts' Improved Threshers and Powers, Invincible Vibrator Threshers and Powers, "Wood's Improved Mowers, Spragne's Improved Mowers. c nUf fell the (ieiser Threshers, Hnd Wheeler & M,eliek Threshers, Eco'.sior lteitliere itnil Mnwers, C'uate'1 Lock Lever Huy Kakes. Send f.ir Circulars. Field Seeds of Every Description On hand in the proper jensons. We propose to supply the farmer" with ftU that they need in the!e 'W-t!inm'rit4. an-i to ttcii i.to them every lu:i!i:y lur diipo.nnK of the Product of the Farm TO Xilfi 11 E b T I A D V A N T A U E All Business Intrusted to Us Iutiuelfil. THE FBANKIANS FIRE INSURANCE CO OT KNOXVILL ;, Cash Capital, - - $IOOyOOO. O F F I C K H S : E B. BEAKDEN, Pres't. D. T. BOYNTfv. Vic Pres't. D I i. i.i'TOKS: R. K. EEARTIKV. W. J. HKTTKKTOS. D. X. UuYNX'iX. W. A. 11EMJEKS0S. r;Eo. w. ross, W. EASI.KY. W. 11. XI KLEY. M. I. FWAX. In!ore against Lom or Datnavc hy Fir on RuiMinp". Mrrohnmlise, Ilcu'theld Fumiturt, Perunal Proerty peDcrully. uu a lavoruMe tcrtus ui other good and eoivtnt Cuiupanie. Patronize Home Institutions. Oftlce in the rear of the Commercial Bank. C. JACKSON. Prea't. F. EAST TENNESSEE NATIONAL BANK OF KNOXVILLE. AUTH0KI2EU CAPITAL, 8500,000. CASIICAl'ITAL l'AIU IN, S150.00C DESIGNATED UEPOSITOBY OF TUE UNITED ST.VTE8. H O 6V0CBSBOE8 TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KNOXVILLF. S T O C K H O L D E R S, J.R- ANDERSON", Eristol, ROIS'T LVE, Johnon City. i II. EARN ESI, ftlieatown. . W. TA YLOR. Sh., Uusaellville. R. M. DART' X, Murristuwn. W- BP.A2ELXON, New Market. WM. HARRIS. LandridB IE'. A. FAIN, lian.lridgo, J. K. KAUT, Cleveland, S AM. McKIN N E Y. Uauzrille. Mm.JI'LIA jACKbi5".Knoxvi!le,W. W. WOoDRUif. U. r-. JACKSON. Rece:.Teft Denoiu. Bun and Sells Exchantre. current Bank Iote.-. ('ni'.ed State. State. County a (Jeneral Collectinx and baukinu Bu.ineia R. M. McCLVNO. Pre. K. P.. EEARDEN. V. P commercTal bank ur KXQXVILLE TENN. IloHra ol lIr?ctorn. H. B. HF' EOAR. JAMES R. COCKE. D. T. BOY N TON, OKO. W. JlOSb. K. R. BKARDBN. Kecelvn Depoelu. Buys and Hlt EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER. Comptroller! Warrant ft Vncurrent Bank Bllli. BANK OF TENKEftBEE BIOKET For Taiei on hand. T20j12m medicine. betremety thnt bal ever hem dtmvrrd.tme compound, can do do injury in any quantities that it has teeo uredtor 40 yean, and hundred of will vouch for its being the pnrett and htt. Reeulntor for year, and teetifr to its great vlr- meilirine a thnrnush trial, and in no case has it Chattahoochee, Fla. shall have Prompt Attention. HU. L. M'CLUNC & CO. JN0. M. BEOOES, See. ft Treat, PETER STAl'B. H. L. bMIXII. H. M. Mri'l.l'NU. JNO. M. UKU0KS. Knoxvilie, Xean. n. MrCLUNu. Vice Pre-'t. W. LILLARP Cashier. N. B0UART. PhiladelrhU H. b. PAVNE.KnoiVtlle. JoS. JAUl'KS. " K. ll.McCLUSa. S. II. BOYD. I. W.LIIUP-), iMr. JANE JAyUES, " Foreign and dutuostio. Dealonn Qold, Sllyer, Cn- and Corror.it'' n bonds and Ct'Uina. and will da t-ougduut the tinted Statu. March 4, 16T5dwCin :. M. MrGHKK. JOS. R.MIXCnELU Pruidcnt, Cuhier. SauuEL McKi.iNiT. Aas't Caebier. People's Bank of Knoxvilie ! STATE UErOSITORf, Orrioi: Ocoee Bank Buildinf, Gay 6irMtr KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Will transact a General Banklni and Broker age timine, reoeive Depoeiia, iaoua oerunoatee of )epoiu deal in Exchange, buy (iold aad Silver, Bank Notu. Bondi and Stocki. We preler that Colleotor ol Re venae thenld eome in person or send fundi kur m Mnt ! stead of or uiaU or azpretts. v.sdawi2ui lOii. R. MITCHELL. Cashiet.