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3 RACCOON VALLEY ITEMS. Tbf Whenl, Corn nl H? 'r ftrlmnl Mntlrr, Av Kaccoiin Vai.i.ky, July 1S7-3. To the Editor of the Chronicle: Tli protruded ruins linve 'ainj:iil tbe wheat crop Inniu-iiwiy : liiiot every gruin In tin rap liumllvsi of I he shocks being Kprotileil. Whet that woulil have been of excelleut quality, bad It been hlielu red from tins ruins, is almost worthless not worth 23 cento per bushel. Tbe prospect for an ahuniUnt yield of corn continues good. A Urge por tion of the grans crop has been mined by the rains much that lay contigu ous to creeks and branches lias been washed down by overflows. On last Sunday night nt exactly 12 o'clock, I left Bt-avt-r Creek Vallny, for your city, on foot, got there by ctin rise, reported to T. ('. Knrns, County Superintendent, forexnmitmtion, com menced the examination at half past ten A. sr., and left for home early Tues day morning, with a first grade certifi cate in my pocket, having an average of nine and one-fourth, being the hich est grade ever loaned by Mr. Knrns, if I am rightly informed. I walked all the way back to Uaccoon Vallev. on Tuesday, and taught school on Mon day. Name the teachers who can beat that. The examination was the most riuid, thorough and complete that I have ever been subjected to. Knox county is certainly blesed with the best Superintendent in the State, and tbe County Court ought to allow him t least one thousand dollars per year, for his services. A good ollicer ought to have good pay. Memphremaooo. How They Uni Away. Madison vi LLE, July 20, '73. To the Editor) of the Chronicle : I had barely time on yesterday to eay our county prison was broken and young Itnper, Henry Crowden and Jack Hunt made their escape. The facts are, young Haper, a boy confined on a chargeof stealing leather, found a bar in the lower dungeon loose, and being small he crawled out and broke the lock in the unpercell, and thus released Crowden, Hunt and Kogers. The jailor awoke in time to save Rogers, but Jck Hunt, Henry Crowdeu and the Itaper boy escaped, at about 2 o'clock, a. m. Hunt was barefooted at the time. The sheriff with a posse is in pursuit. No blame is attached to the jailor. Yours, Monhok. From Novlor iiinit.r. Little Pigeon, July 23, 1873. To the Editors of the Chronicle This section lias had an unusual amount of rain for about three weeks. It has rained nearly every day, and a great part of the time the " ruin fell in torrents." The creeks anil our little river (East Fork) have been higher than ever known before at this time of the year, so says " the oldest inhabitant." Great fields of corn were almost en tirely inundated, and wheat that had not been " hauled in " is greatly dam aged, both by the rainfall and the high water. One of our neighbors had to remove his wheat stioeks from low to higher land, by means of the "bone cart,1, to prevent their being swept away. Wheat that is threshed, has yielded better than was anticipated. Largo corn crops will be made, and it is to be hoped thut the cry of " hard times" will not be on everybody's tongue next year. We have a thrifty, enterprising farm ing class, aud as beautiful and pro ductive laud as the county affords. There have been several good schools taught Itere, but our school-house has " gone to rack," and our neighborhood which is one of the best in the county for a school ia now without any. Borne of our " paying" citizens should take the matter into hand, build a good house, and establish a irood per manent blub, school here. Who will do most? Let him speak nit, aud also act. The "Bogart and Duggin" suit, which has been in the Circuit Court for four years, was compromised this week, by Ducgan agreeing to pay one hundred dollars of the cost. V. K. C. Jotting; From iUe ( itim. Newpout, July 2S, 1S75, To the Editors of the Chronicle : Circuit Court is now in the midst of its third day's work. The following cases have been disposed of thus far: Wm. Webb, for killing James Kam sey, twenty years in the penitentiary ; J. A. Hopkins, horse stealing, ten vears: J oil a Frasier, horse stealing, ten years; Isaac Madron, making crooked whisky, nol. pros.; W. (i. l'arris. profanity, fined $i3 ; John Matthews, for murder, continued until next court, caused hv the sudden leave taking of a very important witness for tbe prosecution. If all the other counties do as well, the revenues of the Btate " boarding house " will be large. li. M. P, How a Young Man's Money Goes. IFort Wayne Gazette. A young man in this city, whom we have known siuce his early childhood, told us yesterday that ho had taUeu pains to keep quite a correct account of his unnecessary expenses from the 4th day of July, 1874, to the 4th of July, 187j. Ilia first item that ap peared on the list was cigars. During the year, ho taid that lie had smoked not less than eight cigars each day. which amounted to 2,(ejt),and that the coat of the game was eight cents each on an average, which amounted to $ii3 (0. and that the length of tlif came, if luid out in a straight line, would reach about 7,2od feet, and that the smoke iu exhausting the weed would fill several store-houses: further, that the liquor drank would amount to about ninety-one gallons in one i year enough to drown a street commissioner, or a member of the Com mon Council. The amount of tobacco lie used would till a common beef barrell and sicken an entire township. The amount of the unnecessary ex penditure would have fed twenty lire families for the entire year. NASHVILLE'S SENSATION. A Wily Whlow UrBUlIm n Henerli- llt, Young Man. Nashville lias had a sensation. A Mrs. Wallingford, a wily Washing ton widow, passed that way and dom iciled temporarily at the Maxwell House. Here she inveigled an unso phisticated youth, belonging to one of the respectable families of that staid old city, Into her boudoir. Upon leav ing lie was ruthlessly pounced upon by a night watchman who threatened to ' peach." The proud sport of the beguiled youth failed him, and with tears In his eyes lie begged that the watchman would keep the Interesting occurrence a profound secret. He wus discharged with the injunction, "go and sin no more." But the clerk of the Maxwell sent to the bewitching widow n bill for settlement and politely Informed her that her depart ure would lie acceptable. With as much politeness, she informed him that the, Maxweli suited her very well, and that she did not desire to change hotels, bhe was finally prevailed up on to go, however, and went away sorrowful. On the first train she came on to the virtuous village of Chattanooga, where she stopped ut one of the principal hotels. Hut here she was snubbed, and left. Not having a sufficient quan tity of lucre witli which to pay her hotel bill, she left a portion of her bag gage and weeping wended her way Westward. Here endetli the first chapter. A Wicked Correspondent on Moody. An Irreverent correspondent who "Mings Ink" for the Courier-Journal thus does up Moody the Evangelist : Everybody kuows that Brother Moo dy, Willi Bankey, of the double-back action combination lamyx, has been raising ttie very devil in England that is raising his sulphuric highness to put a scriptural head on htm, worse than the Instances related by Mr. Mil ton. Every one also lias his or her opinion of the Chicago team, or, grant ing the sincerity, of the elllcacy of the sort of salvation assumed to be hawk ed by them. Be that as it may, lie Is one of that very numerous class (made so by the Illustrated papers) or " self- made men." In a word, I know the man, he is an illiterate boor, who, bounded out of the gutter, lias struck the face of society such a sharp blow mat it gave mm us attention, men, having " crammed " with a stomach full (for he hjs no brain) of Bible terms aud phrases, and being piously pounded up to the tigntlng point by his religious trainers, the bull-dog of tils nature set him upon the masses, and having tasted the blood of conquest, he has never let go his grip upon (Satan's nose. It would have been Just tne same if lie had developed into a prize' llgnter, a repeater, a politician, or a sewing-machine agent. He would never had let go his grip. Not Balis- lied with being the Biblical bully of the byways, and badgering the lives out of the Itogue Kiderlioods of the street, upon whom he pounced, born only of a contempt of old-time ftimil- larilv ami companionship, aud a sav ageness of Christian zeal worthy of a I'ope or Pulton, Ins personal ambition in Una's service made him yearn to be come the holy hero of the highways. A Letter From Mrs. Beecher. A letter has been published from Mrs. Henry Ward jleecher to the ecu tor of the lies Moines (Iowa) Reporter denying the recently puutislieu stale ment that her husband bad been en gaged for a Western lecturing tour. Hlits says it is quite uncertain if Mr. Beecher will lecture at all this season at auy great distance from his home duties, and adds : "Thanks for your Kind congratula. tious. A unanimous verdict would have been gratifying aud only small justice, in view of the most vile and wicked slanders against the purest, cleanest hearted man that the sun shines on, aud after the tortures of six mouths in thut court room, nut nine against three, and that three being such as they were, together with the disclosures of the noriury of the Load er aud l'rice wretches, is considered here equal to what the full vindication would have been, had the jury giveu their verdict without leaving their seats. I have no fears but that ever iu this life my husband will stand acquit ted before all men save such charac ters as those who have plotted against him, and even they know thut he is guiltless." 'Never did Know IVotlilii' Aboal dieouielry. Nohow." A self-made man usually has a very exalted opiuioti of " mountainous me," owing, doubtless, to the fact that lie takes to himself all the credit for his perfections as a success. He usually kuows the full value of a dollar, and how it may be made most quickly to produce auolher, bill there are some little things lie doesn't know, though he is just as happy as if lie did, for he is eutirely unconclous of his ignor ance, as tlio following will evidence: A young business man of the above description, aud a resident not a hun dred and iit'ty miles from here, (Knox villo comes withiu that range) was in company with a party of ladies and gentlemen a few evenings since, when a young lady put the question. "Mr. . , which is tbe north star?" His reply was, " Dnti't ask ine uotliin' about the stars ; I neverdid nouothin' about Geometry, nohow." The crowd laughed, and he heartily joined in, thinking, perhaps, that he had "ev erlastingly got away " with that young lady. Chattanooga toinmereiu'.. Above all tlie Pope. It is necessary to lie first a Catholic, and afterward. French, German, American, English, or Irish, as the case may be ; to be first of all sure that we underat&ua ana receive ine leacu ing and the spirit of the Catholic Church in theology, philosophy, mor als, nolitlcs, and that we make her ritrhts and interests, and advancement and elorv. the spiritual aud eternal good of the whole humau race, the triumph of Jesus Christ, aud the glory of God, paramount to everything. Vathoho World. The European Breadstuff Market I From the Chimin Ttibune.J The statements sent by cable, and published 111 this Issue of the Tribune, concerning the condition of the Eu ropean wheat crop in countries which compete with us In supplying the various rorelgn markets, sulllciently account for the reient advance in wheat, and is producing the same effect in England and France, the en tire advance in wheat In tho.e coun tries being, it is stated, S shillings per quarter, which is equivalent to 23 cents iu gold per bushel. We are now enabled to judge of the condition of me r.uropean crops Willi a sulllcient degree of accuracy to forcast the future demand upon American breadstuff. In England, the almost incessant rains and consequent Hoods have produced "almost irreparable damage." In Hungary, which is one of our strong est wheat growing competitors, owing to storms and Hoods the crop will probably be light. In Southern Hus- sia, which is our strongest competitor, t lie drought and worms nave serious ly affected the crops. In France, the terrible floods have caused widespread ruin, so that that country will have to import largely instead of being an ex porter, as she was last year. Belgium, witli Its dense population on a small territory, is affected by the same plu vial causes which have beeu operating in France. Switzerland also will be obliged to import more than usual, depending upon Italy and France. Italy bus not been heard from. She usually ships to Marseilles, Switzerland, and Med- iteranean ports, but it is doubllul this year whether she can furnish enough for home consumption. Australia and the Baltic provinces have not been heard from. Thus England, France, Belgium, Holland and Switzerland will certainly be competitors for the surplus of our wheat product, and we shall have only two Important com petitors for their supply against us Hungary and Southern liussia. To the extent, that they are short, the West will have to make it up, since iu California the stock is lighter this yeur than usual. That they will lie short to a considerable extent is indicated by the fact that it is already conceded that the shipments or wheat from Odessa, which is the Chicogo of Europe, will tie very materially lessened. In refer ring to the breadstuff market of Europe, wheat is always mentioned, because wheat Is in reality the bread stuff of Europe. Here, when wheat is short, we can fall back upon corn, but wheat Is the stall or life In Europe, corn appearing mainly iu the form of pork, as the people have not leurued to consume it as bread or rausii, aud when wheat is touched every family iu Europe feels It. Froai this presentation of facts and symptoms it is pretty evident that the unusually heavy surplus wheat growth in the West this year will find a profitable market, and thut there are brighter times ahead for farmers uml carriers, and that the exportation will even exceed that of 1873, which was up to that, lime unprecedented. The lm mense shipments in that yoar and the large prices obtained helped this couu try materially to go through the panic, and strengthened the farmers greatly. Last year, however, there were flue crops in .Europe, consequently much less wheat was shipped and less was obtained per bushel for it. There is every indication now that we shall ship more than in 1873, and realize higher prices, so that the surplus of profits will exceed that of 1873, thus relieving our importing merchants from the pressure of their heavy bul ances In Europe. We have already shipped 8o7.UU0,ouu of gold in the sev en months since the 1st of January, which caused the increase iu the price of gold, or rather the depreciation of greenbacks, 'lhe scale is turned, how ever, and upon the streugth of these European promises greenbacks are again rising iu value. Should these expectations be realized, and should the hog and corn crops sympathize with wheat, and the cotton crop nil nil the expectations now indulged in by the South, gold will be very low, aud lie left in the hands of brokers to ex change fur greenbacks, instead of be ing exported to Europe in such vust quantities to pay balances. A Story of Moody. Saratoga Correspondence New York liraphic.J One of the habitues of Saratoga is Or. Theodore Cuyler, an active, wiry little man, who talks with a nasal twang, but talks well. Occasionaly on a rainy evening he talks for an hour or two in an informal way in Dr. Strong's parlors, aud one of the occa. slouals occurred on Friday night, His themes were the ascended and uu- asceuded. peaks of the Alps and the men and women or note lie nan seen In England, including Mr. Moody whom he declared to be the greatwt winner of souls since Wakefield, aud the first man who fairly illustrated in England the plucky, sell-made Amer leun. He related uu anecdote of Moo. dv's boyhood which is worth repeat lug. He whs so raw and awkward a tail thut when lie joined a church in Boston it ui.s mi probation, cud the brethren gravely discussed among themselves the propriety afterward of admitting him into full member ship. His Sunday-school teacher thought him a "dunderhead" be' cause he never asked any questions. But one day the lad ventured to speak and the question he put " Don't you think, sir, that JNloss was a smart man'.'" raised a shout of laughter Another anecdote reveals the secret of Mr. Moody's success. Three yeurs ago. while walking Willi a lrlend in England, (he former said to him " Mr. Moody, ths world has yet to see the power of a soul fully consecrated to Christ." The words fell into his heart and remained there. The out blossoming iu England is the result, Mr. Moody writes to u friend here thut he is to sail for America the 4th ofAugust. go to Ids old home in Massachusetts for a restuntil October, when he will begin operations, but at first in the smaller towns, bearing on his cumulative forces until the great centers shall be included. Such is his present plan of campaign. An Ungallant.Joke on a Kind-Hearted Old Lady. f From the Su Paul Pioneer -Press.) She came from Detroit, Mich., and her great pride was being an invalid, She lost no opportunity iu stating that she came to Minnesota to recuperate She did not hesitate to eater into a con versatlon with any person she came in contact with, giving advice, climato glitleal or phsiological, to Invalids, and seeking the same from those of robust constitution. Her conversa tion was always prefaced with the In troductory inquiry, so common to visi tors, " liid yon come here for your health?" She thus addressed a stal wart, ruddv-visaged young man at the dinner;tnble of tbe Metropolitan a few days since, and the following dialogue ensiled ; Ye-, madam, I came here, nroba- ly ; be weakest person you ever saw. n ..I no u-e or my limns, in fact my lioi.es were but little tougher than artileges. I had no intelligent con trol of a single muscle, nor the use of single faculty.' "(heat Heavens." exclaimed the astonished auditor, "and you llvtd?" 1 did, Miss, although I was devoid of sight, was absolutely toothless, una ble to articulate a single word, and de pendent upon others for everything, lelng completely deprived of all power to help myself. I commenced to gain Immediately upon my arrival, and have scarcely experienced a sick day since, hence I can conscientiously recommend the climate." " A wonderful case!" said the lady, ! but do you think your lungs were I affected?" I Thev were probably sound, hut possessed of so little vitality that but for the most careful nursing they must have ceased their func tions.'' I hope you found kind friends, sir?" Indeed I did, madam, it Is to them and the pure air of Minnesota that I owe my life. My father's family were with me, but unfortunately my mother was prostrated with a severe lllns during the time of my greatest prostration." "How sad! l'rav, what was your diet and treatment?" " My diet was the simplest possible. consisting only of milk, that being the only food my system would bear. As ror treatment, I depended entirely upon the life-giving properties of Minnesota air, and took no medicine except an occasional light narcotic when very restless. My improvement dated from my arrival. My limbs soon became strong, my sight and voice came to tne slowly, and a full set of teetn, regular and firm, appeared." " Kemarkahie, miraculous! rsureiy. sir, you must have beeu greatly reduc ed in llesu V" "Madam, I weighed but nine pounds. I was born in Minnesota Uooil day." A New Volcano. In the course of her voyage iu the China vciiH the Chnlleuger visited an extraordinary volcano on the mini 1 1b land of JamirPli'i, near the const of Mindanao. A chain of high volcanic pcakx, somewhat irregular in form. culminates near the center of the is land in n mountain, the height of which is civen as 5,338 feet : and a lit tie way inland, Just behind the volca no, there la auotlier pctiK 4,700 feet high. The active volcano forms an lr regular cone 1,1)50 feet in height. It riscH up from the sea, with u slope .1 most points of upwards of fifty de crees. The general color of the cot e is a rich chocolate brown, anil the con trast beteen it and the splendid green of the mountain, nearly or the same form, rising immediately behind, is very striking. There is an irregular crater near the top, and from this dense nuiMHoH of Hti'imi escn.ne: more nromi nently it appears at night and in the morning, when the air is cooler ami there is more rapid condensation, and here aud there pale blue smoke arises from numerous clefts ami fumeroles on the llankH of the mountain. At night all the Assures round the crater and near tne top snow out reu ironi incandescent matter within. The cone consists almost of a pale gray trachyte. Much or tlio mass lias been emitted in the form of mud, aud after wards consolidated, but there are like' wise beds of what appears to be true lavt. One lava bed is very distinct near the edge of the water, where there is low seat lift. This youngest of mountains was born on tlio 1st of Mav. 1871. For some months before there I were violent earthquakes, ex. tending through the neighboring is lands, aud feft strongly as far as Ztbu After the first eruption the earth quakes at once ceased. The accumu lation of the mountain has been going on gradually, aud apparently with but little violence. At the entt or tne llrst four mouths it was about a third of a mile iu diameter and 400 feet high. It is close on 2,oou leet high, and lis base has gradually extended until it has entirely covereu the town or Cat armau, formerly the largest on the is land, with a population oi j 1,000 in habitants. Only a few ruined wafs remain. Camigdin was lately one of the most fertile aud prosperous of the smaller islauds of the Archipelago. It had a population ofo.ooo, aud pro duced hemp, sugar and tobacco of the very nrst quality, biuce tne eruption, the island, is desolate, aud only a few hundred inhabitants remain; tbe houses are in ruins, and the paddy fields and groves of Muaa texltlis are deserted aud overgrown with a second jungle. For miles on either side of the volcano iu tne pains ot me iwo monsoons the trees are blighted and the vegetation destroyed by the sul phurous exhalations. Jrrttna OJ in ilia. IHM.MSH MAI 1 Kits. Senator lirownlow will exercise no personal supervision whatever over the biii-iiiess management or the jiaiia t'UKoNlCl.K and the WKl Kl.Y WllH and C iironici.k. All matters ot imn ness. such as advertising, subscription kit., will beatteudedtoat theOtUce.ou Market .Square. None need apply to Mr. iirowulow on this subject. 1 lie I.llv of ilia I leal! I Itie llluoil." This it an admittel fact. It is obviom that when the blood becomes corrupt the whole gystem U corrupt also, and those or gana which are weaker from functional de raneoroent will lullor most. The largi majority of female diseases proceed from this cause. Tlio true policy U to direct the remedy to the source of tbe disease. It is in this way that Dr. Tutfi Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight acU. Its specific effect is on tbe blood. It purifies, vitalizes it expelling all diBtemper rroiu tue system, SIMMONS' HaiEE Oif TJJ Hj For DYSPEPSIA. CO STIPATIOX. Jaundice. Hili.uu attacks, SICK HEAD ACHE, Colic, Dciiression of Spirit", SOUll STOMACH, Heart Burn, &c, &c. Ti ft fault family mfdioine, Im not diKfirrATiup the oytt-tn. In Pure to cura if taken renuUriy, 1 no dratic violeut me-iicine, Does not interfnie with htmner. Is no intoxicating bevernirp, Contains the siuulrstmd best remedies. CAUTION ! ! liny no Polor or 1'repnred MM .MOV-' LIVKR KFJt ILA TOIl iiiiUnn in our oiifrraveil wrapper with Trmle Mark, Mamp and Signature unbroken. A'one other In ftrnulnr, J. II. ZEILI.V & CO., Macon, tin., and Philadelphia. ITHB SYMPTOMS of Liver Complnintnre nn enninepli and fnin in tbe ride, hnmatinird the Rin is in the vhoulder. and is miital:m fur rhru limtMin. Tue stomach in affected with hmt of ftp petit and ie knen, bowcln in gene ml rnttire, eometitnes alternatinir with tnx. 1 hp hnd is truuhlpd with tmin. and dull, heavy sonflHiinn, considerable of winiww. aeootiipaniid wth rttinful sensiition of AuriW 7r umlmie voinethir.it which ouitht to have open ilone. Utten eom rlnininirof weakness, titltility. aril low ti-irilf: Sometimes ninny of the above symptoms attend the disense. and at other times verym of thetn. but tbe Liver ii generally the orKun tuoit invol ved. N t'.AIll.Y AI.I. originate from Imlipr.tion .ind Xoioijof the Liver, and reliej always anxiouslv fnuffht after, tfthn Liver is Rruulnteil in its a'tion. heulth Is nlmnit inr&ria btysecurel. Want of action in the Livercausos Shoulder. OitifA, CAiVs, lAiiinrnntSHr .Vomn.-A, rmooi nr tne tteitrt. tuj, return tl Sinritt, or the M1 I.IVIK KKUI'l.tlilll is the mildly, etlectually, and, being a simple vroetnlile it may be taken. It is h'trmle in every way; , tbo good and great from all parts of the country THE CLE HOY" My wife and self have used tues." Rev. J. K. Fci.ukr, Terry, (la. LADIES' INDOKSKKKNT "I have riven vour failed to gie lullsetsifaoton." Ku.sx Miai-haii. Commission. HUGH LMcCLUNG&CO. PRODUCE 1 loving rented the Dpot formerly occupied by tbe Una more recenwy by aiefera. nouga Commission, Produce ADVANCES Corn, Wheat, Oats, Bacon, Flour and other goods in Store "WILL KEEP A STOCK OF TUE Agricultural And can supply farmers and the trade upon the best terms as to prices. "Wo urc General Agents for East Tennessee for Chicago Pitts' Improved Threshers and Powers, Invincible Vibrator Threshers and Powers, Wood's Improved Mowers, Sprague's Improved Mowers. We also sell tlio Gciscr Threshers, find Wheeler & Meliek Threshers, Excelsior Reapers und Mowers, Cimtes' Lock Lover Hay Rakes. Send for Circulars. Field Seeds of Every Descriotion On hand in the proper seasons. We proiose to supply the farmers with all that they need in these 'inpiirnuents. and to extend. to them every laciliiy lur disposing- uftho Products of tbe Farm T'J 1UK BESTIAUVANIAUE. All Business Intrusted to TJs ivt!2iUw ITluimoial. THE FRANK I. AND FIRE INSURANCE CO ( 1" UNOXVILLK. Cash Capital, OFFICERS: B. B. BE AEDEN, Pres't. D. T. BOY NTOS, Vice P-. . DIRECTOUts: ;eo. w. hoss, W. KA.I.KY, W. ft. 1 1 It LEY, M. I). SWAN. t. K. BKARPKN, W. J. IlK ITKHTOX, I). T. LOYNTON. W. A. iiENUEKSON. Insures aEainst Loss or Dnmaire by Fire on Petsoual Property generally, ou w favorable leims Patronize Homo Institutions. OfHco In the rear of the Commercial Bank, R. C. .TACKSOS. P. rres'L EAST TENNESSEE OF KNOXVILLK. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED 8T.VTE8, iHD SCCCIDSOgS TO Fin ST NATIONAL BANK OF KNOXVILLF. STOCKHOLDERS. J.R ANDKllSON, Eri'tol, F. 11. FAHNI ST, j'.lieatown, R. M. HAHT' N, Miirristoiru. WM. It AKK1S. liandridge, .1 l.: H A UT n..VA!timl. RO'l'T Johnson City. V. W. TAYLOR, ba., Husseilville, W. 1!I'.AZ1-XT'J., New .Market, lil.o. A. FAIN. Dnndridne. fUM.MrKINNEY. Koosville. Mrs.JULIA jACiiiu.N.KDOxvi!!e,U'. W. WniililtCFF. K. ' JACKoOS. Receives Deposits. Buys and Sells nlchatJKO, Foreiun ac 1 domestic. Doalersn Gold, Silver. I'll current Bank Notes, I"- iied omtcs, Stale, C'.utity ,md Orpnrnti. n Bonds aail 0Mns. and willds a General Collecting aif-i bacLiim Bustm! '-nughuut the I'uited States. Man h 4, lnTSUawuia R. M. MoCLUNO. Pres. K. R. BEABDEN.V. P COMMERCIAL BANK or KXOXVILLE TEflN. IftHra of Direr for. H. B. UKNFUAR, JAMhS K. COCKE. I. T. BOYM'ON. GKO. W, R06S. A. K. BKAKDBN. Kreeliei lltpeslu, Bujiud Hll EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER. Comptroller! Warrant A Unourrent Bank Bills. BAKU OF TEXKEftftEB MONET For Taxes on hind. 20 J 12m jSl cld xlc inntmie. (litistiu'ttimk. .hinmlite. I'ni i' tkm Ittul 3'ite in the Mmlh, iitYioiis Altnvk. Pnjti' jitue, ana a huntlrea other symptoms, lor whicb beatretncly that has erer lent iliicovereil. It acta compound, can do no injury in any quantities that i t has neen usodfor 4t yearn, nml hundreds of will vouch for its being the purest and bett. the lleirulator for vears. and testifv to its great Tir- medirlne a thnrotmb trial, anil In nn rasa has it Chattahoochee, Kin. COHISSION KaPt Tennetpee And Virginia Railroad Company Jt iiw, we are prepared to 40 a general and Storage Business. MADE UPON MOST APPROVED AXD POPULAR Implements, shall have Prompt Attention. HU. L. M'CLUNC & CO. IOO,COO. JNO. K. BROOXS, Sec Treat. i'LTKH FTAl'B. 11. 1.. t.MITH. H. M. MrOU'Nfl. JSO. it. ljKOOKS. Buildings. Mi rrhnndiBe. ITr.usehAld nmlinn a olher good uud solvent Companies. Knoxvllie, Tenn. iUJiwly IT, McCMJNO. VicePros'u J. W. LILLABp NATIONAL BANK CASHOAFITAL PAID IN. 1180 000 N. BOH ART. PhiladelpUk H. b. FAV.NK.KuoxviUe. JOh. JAOl'KS. F.H.MrOLtSG, si. II. B'lYD. .l.ff.UHtPl, Mn. JANii JAQUE3, " C V. MoGQEE. JOS. R.M ITCH ELL. i'rosidenl. Cuuiet. Simuel McRiNKiT, Ass't Cashier. People's Bank of Knoxville ASB STATE UEPOSlTOnif, Ornoi; Ocoee Bank Bnilduf, Gay Street. KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Will transact a General Banking and Broker aue Uunneat, receive lepoiU, Imus cartiuoawj of UepoFit, doal in .xcbanga, buy Gold aaa Silver. Hank Noioa. Bonds k J Mocks. We prefer that Collector! ol He mil should some 10 person or (end funds Lor a afoul law stortd of by uuil or express. . .. v;bdwl?m I U.S. H. MITCHELL. Cashis.