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yinorbillc tcchln i&bQ ant) Cjjnmttle: ctBctmcslmn, August 18, 1875
ATTRACTIVE EXCURSION. Cloalna; Prene lu Hulnton Prenfoy tery In h Moualnlno. To the Editor of the Chronicle : On the 80tl day of August, the Prt-s-liytery of HolHton.Rliavlug the day previous cloned its Region at llt-em's Creek, Buucomb oouuty, N. C, will jstart lu a body on horseback to ascend Mount Mltchel, the highest jieuk of the Black Mountains. They will spend one day and two nights on the top, in a "niountuiu sociable," interspersed with religious and 'iterary exercises. It will be a time of rare enjoyment, such as seldom occurs la one's life. Those who have seen ull the moun tains of earth, alllrm there are scenes of beauty hero which surpiiss thera all. Xo adjournment on account of the weather, for to see the clouds be low you, or to have the lightuing zig zaging around your feet will only uMil to the sublimity of the bcene. All lovers of the grand and sublime 111 nature, are cordially invited to make the ascent with us. Ladies cun ride to the pinnacle, where nature has pro vided a rock shelter. We will do all we can to make strangers feel at home with up. Hut each person, or party, will provide their own refreshments, and thus all cause of complaint will be removed. l'ersous can start from Asheville the 30th, and encamp with the party at the foot of the mountain, ready to make the ascent the next day. Or taking the Buncomh train from Mor ris town, August i!8th, to Alexander's Tavern, eight miles from litem's Creek, can spend the Babbath with the l'resbytery aud start with them. Let no excursionist neglect warm clothing, and an outside, impervious water-proof garment. For we can not expect to make the ascent without fogs, clouds, mists aud storms. (Should the weather lit sunrise and sunset prove favorable, we shall verify the words of the poet : "Like a strong reaper, comes tlio fun, With BcytliB of gold, "Wliito for his harvest, one by one, The clouds have rolled All night, and iillcd tlio mountain tup, To sky, with shining, iieecy crops, I think that life begins again, la newly found, Like a sweet lulany refrain, Blcnds sight and sound As if the i young world, new and fair, Ciod rocked in cradle in the air." Also these words : " Ah ! bad I but mine own elect, Akin to me in blood and heart Here we would gladly pitch our tent, And from the mountains re er depart. Together wo would work and rest, Together serve and praise tlio Lord, Our matin, and our vesper hymn, Should echo with the birds abroad. And then in peace, nmid the mountains. Far from the world's discordant noise, We'd wait the welcome resurrection, To mount where bloom eternal joys. ' H. C. Atwatkk, Moderator. (communicated.) Tll Nvnatursliiii. As the duty of appointing a Senator to till the vacancy occasioned by the death of the Hon. Andrew Johnson, devolves upon the Governor of Tennes see it is natural that the people, espec ially in the present state of National affairs, should be interested as to whom he may appoint. Insomuch as Mr. Johnson was an East Tennesseean, it is but reasonable. under the present apportionment of elate otuclals, tnat his successor should he from the same section. A number of distinguished centlo- men are named in connection with the position of Henator, but no one is more prominent or better qualified than our fellow citizen, the Hun. John H. Cro- zler. His sterling integrity, ns n man his ability as a lawyer his reputation as a clear, lorcilile hiki eluiitient, uomitor, combined with his expei iitcp as a leg islator botli in our Mate Mel National councils, itistlv mtille him to the hih place he holds in the esteem of the peo ple ot Juist Tennessee ami tiro ctmruii tees that as a Senator in Congress he would rellect honor upon his Mate, aud would be au ornament to the body of which he was a member. We confidently trust that (Sow Por ter, iu the discharge of the embarrass Lie duty imposed upon him. will not fail to give the claims of Col. Crozier the consideration to which they arc justly entitled. East Texnksski:, The Nruiitorinl liiHliti. To the Editor of tin Chronicle: The appointment of a successor to ex-l'resident Johnson is a matter of deep interest to every citizen .of the Male. 1 lie names of many good men from all parts of the Htato have been presented to the Governor through the press; but the successor to President Johnson ought to be chosen from East Tennessee and I would suggest the name or (Jot. joliu uaxter, ot lvnox county, as the man beet uulified for the place. His ability, integrity mid couraire peculiarly tit him lor the high and responsible ollico of representing Tennessee in the Heuatc of the United States. We wunt u man who has the Intel lect to properly represent our Com monwealih, tho integrity to do right, una the courage to do what his Intel lect and integrity point out as for our nest interests, touch a man in Col Baxter, and wo earnestly commend him to the (joveruor for the position. CITIZEN. Governor Hendricks. Well informed Indiana politicians assert that it is not Governor Hen dricks' purpose to take any part in the campaign in unio uns lull, uilhoucu they intimate that he has given the Ohio Democrats to understand that he will come up to their assistance by the latter partor next month. This, with out having absolutely committed him' self, either to their soft money doc triues or to speak for them. . Thev convey the impression that Hendricks is waiting to sea which way the cat will Jump, auo don't propose to com niit himself prematurely. Washington speoKU to vincinnau uommcrciat. FROM LEA'S SPRINGS. The) Wnlrra I.lf nt thftirlnv-)tnn-llful fcrrnrry, Ar, Lea's Ki-rincih, Aug. 10, 1873. 7b the Editor of the Chronicle : There are about sixty guests at this delightful summer resort. The accom modations are good, the waters pure and hugely Impregnated with medi cinal virtues, as many, who yearly re ceive benefit therefrom, can attest. There Is almost constantly a breeze playing up and down the valley, In which the hotel Is situated, which, to gether with the proximity of the mountains, accounts for the fact, that at no time this season, has the mer cury risen higher than 8(1 . What a relief, to get nway from tin1 noisy, bustling street,., forget the cares of business, ami for a time, abandon one's self to the contemplation of scenes like these. Freipient excursions are made to lUiett's View, Kclile's Mis take, nod Signal Point. The last named is a cone shaped ;iio-,:;. :,nii which rises some l.jiit) feet uhove the Mirroiii tlhtu country and com mands, a very line view, limited only iy the mountains, which border East Tennessee on the north and south. The Federal aiuiv hail ashrnal station here, during the war, hence its name. 1 lie guests beguile their time with the games and pastimes incident to watering places. Terpsichore has her lisciples, ami lancm:r is indulged In almost every night. Little Miss B i's especially, in this department, never tails to elicit that applause, which her graceful efforts to please deserve. ileautin.e, "On dit," (unquestionable authority, too) that Cupid has not been Idle. 1 he little fellow has been indulging his propensity for saglttarial sports, and with some success. Master Cliarlea received a slight wound be low the left arm, in the region of the heart, but it is thought he will speedi ly recover. Master F. did not get ofT so well. His wound is of the same nature, but Is regarded as a much more serious all'air. It is not, however, con sidered it hopeless case, and the know ing ones say that time aud circum stances may cllcct a radical cure. , lours truly, sax, Cltiirrti Ittiruliiu:. From a reliable gentleman, who came down the river on the Lucy Coker yesterday, we learned that two churches were burned near Half Moon Island, lat Kiiday night, about nine o'clock. Both churches belonged to the Methodist denomination, one be ing owned by White and the other by colored people. Two voung men, who had beeu drunk in that neighborhood during the day, were arrested on suspicion of having set tire to ttiese buildings. One of them, named Houston ICeeliug, wus bound over to answer tho charge, anil in dcfsult of bond was committed to jail at Kingston, to await the action of the graifd jury iu the matter. The olherone was discharged from custody, ns the proof did not establish guilt. 'The burning of these churches is a heavy loss to the community there, and it is to be Imped the parties who did it will be made to sutler the ex treme penalty of the law in such cases Cliatlanooga Commercial. A Big Tree For tlio Centennial. California papers mention tho fact that a Mr. Vivian is tirenurinff n laree piece of one of tho Tulare County big trees to exhibit t tho Centennial next year. The pioco of tmiDer seloetea is sixteen leet long ana twenty-one foot in diameter at ono end and nineteen nt the other. Iho heart ot this will be taken out, leaving only about one foot of the body of tho treo attached to the shell or bark. It is nocessary to divide it into tins nuniberot parts in ordor to allow it to pass throueh tho numerous tunnels be tween California and Philadelphia. The eight parts will weigh between oO,UOU and 40,000 pounds, and will require two cars for transportation. Ono sold foot of this treo weighs soventv-lvo pounds. Duing ten pounds heavior than so much water. This timber wastauen outoi mo uenerai Liop, a treo 27o foot high. It contained over 'i'JO, 0 feet of lumber, besides, probably, about 'JM0 cords of wood. The " Lioneral Grant," a much larger brother treo than tho " Gen eral IjCO, " and tho liirge.-t in tho world, growing in tho sumo grove, is leu stand mg. Tlia Friends of Henry Clay. A Boston p iper publishes the follow ing: " When Henry Clay, stepping into a Lexington bank ono day, toiind that his debts, which hud long troubled him, had all been mysteriously paid ho exclaimed, with emotion: 'Good heavens! did ever a man have such friends and eucli demies as Henry Claw'" I n f incit inif this, tho Wash ington Chronicle remarks: "We believe the Incident n ferred to, in re gards Mr. Clay, is strictly true. It is well-Known tnat in l'hiladclidna, the really great manufacturing city of this country, Mr. Clay had hosts of ad mirers and staunch menus, ihese, if we mistake not, learning of tho pe cuniary dillieuutes o; their luvnrit statesman, raised the money in small sums, by subscription, and ijuletly for warded the amount necessary for lid uidatitig tho debt to tho Lexington bank. "Mr. Claw when presenting him self at tlio Lexington bank counter,' desiring to nit an installment ol the paper :u;ainst him, wm ultcrly con- loundcd ami completely overwhelmed with emotion, when tho truth dawned upon him that friends true, kiud, loving mid considerate friends hud relieved him of u fearfully drugging hniuicial weight. A Hill of Sulphur. due of the most remarkable deposits of native sulphur, us yet discovered, is a great hill, composed of thu almost pure article, found some two years ago at u distance of thirty miles south of the Union Pacific Hallway and nine hundred miles west of Omaha. This marvelous deposit Is found to consist almost wlioly of sulphur, tv;Uuluing only 15 per cent, of impurities. The best deposits heretofore avail able are those found in Sicily. The principal supplies for the manufacture of sulphuric acid come from there; the deposits contain 35 per cent, of Impurities and C4 per cent, of sulphur. Our Western sulphur hill, therefore, Is much the most valuable, and prom ises to become, ere long, of great Im portance to the country. EX-PRESIDENT JOHNSON. Rmolntlona of Rrnprrt to hi Memory Jamestown, Tenn., Aug. 3, 1875. To the Editor of the Chronicle: Intelligence of the death of Ex Presldent Andrew Johusou having been received by the afternoon mail, quite a number of the citizens of Fen tress county assembled at the Court House for the purpose of paying a last tribute of respect to his memory. Up on motion of Mr. J. 1). Lewis, Mr. K. V. Bowden was called to the chair, ami J. B. Goodpasture appointed sec retary. The Chairman 'briefly stated the object of the nieoting, aad called tho House to order. I'pou motion, Mr. T. Smith, J. W. (iaudin, L. C. Wright, A. Dishman and J. J). Leis were appointed a committe to draft res olutions expressive of the feelings of the meeting in view of the great mis fortunes which had befallen them. The Committee retired for deliberation and upon returning made the follow ing report, to-wit : Whkhkas, We have thisday learned with profound regret of the death of t lie Honorable Andrew Johnson, Ex Piesident of the I'nited States, and a pre-ent Senator in the Congress of the United States, and whereas, we recognize in his death the loss of a hero i patriot and statesman, one who by his patriotism whs not endeared to the people of Tennessee alone, but to the w hole Americnu nation, aud the lov ers of liberty in every civilized land ; therefore, Jlesolved 1st. That In his death we mourn the loss of a patriot who never swerved from principle for the sake of personal gain or private emolument, but battled for the right ns he saw the right. JCeaolved 2d. 1 hut his life Is au ex ample of the great blessings of our system of Government. Of humble extraction, he rose step by step to the grand position of President of the I nited States, and we commend his whole life's history hf every American citizen, with the assurance that as long as the nation emulates his example, our Constiti'TIon is safe. Jlesolved ;id. That as words can add no new lustre to his memory, we can only mingle our tears with patriots of all parties, while we cherish his mem ory as one of America's most devoted sons. Jl solved 4lh. That these resolutions he sent to the Knoxville and Greene ville papers with a request to publish the same. J. W. Gai'ium, L. T. Smith, L. C. WlUUHT, J. D. Lewis, A. Dksiiman, Committee. Upon motion the report of the Com mittee was ununimously adopted. A nuniberot appropriate and impressive addresses were delivered by persons present, of both political parties, after which noon motion tho meeting was adjourned nine. die. S. V. Bowden, Chairman. J. U. Goodpasture, Sec'y. Tke Good Byes at the Ship's Side. Don Piatt writiug back from Europe describes some parting scenes which he witnessed on the wharf at New York: We looked calmly upon the tearful leave-taking goiugnn all about us. How frantically wives threw them selves into the arms of fond husbands and wet their shirt bosoms with the salt water of our life's sea. Said one, between sobs, "It was so cru-cruel of you not to let me take Ned. I know ow-ow he'll be neglected and suf-suf-sufler." Ned, pet name for a child we thought, how hard to have the mother separated from the darling of her heart. But the husband, his eyes wet with tears, as sured her that Ned should not be neg lected. He would see to Ned himself. "And cut his meat and muke his bed ?" sobbed she. "Yes, Darling." "And bathe him in bran and warm water, uud comb and cu-cu-curl his tail?" "Yes, there was no mistaking it, Neddy was a dog, little dog, a wretched poodle or black aud tan, that was drawing from tho depth these burning tears. We turned away disgusted to hear another grief-stricken creature say : " Do take care of yourself, dear, and writeevery steamer. I f I miss a steam er I shall be wretched. And, dear, couldn't you telegraph mo what that jury docs in tlie Beecher trial? Very mean iu them. I was certain they'd do something before we sailed." There was a pale-face , large-eyed woman, handsomely gotten up iu a traveling dress, who seemed tj crouch out of sight as she hent over a little boy, a little four-year old, who also cried and embraced and ki-sed the grief-strict en woman he called "mam ma." And vben notice was given for leave-taking 'Yieuds and relatives to depart, ami "iirse claimed the boy, mother ami clung together in au ngouy of gfiei i'ii il a gentleman seized the youngster r dely, and lifting him into'hls arms, said harshly: "Come, come; have done with this stull'. You'd like to take the child, too, but you won't!'' aud he strode nway with the boy cowering in fear and the wife cowering in grief aud perhaps something else. And so every steamer, in pulling ashore its gangway and cutting loose, drops a curtain over tho lir.it, second or third net of a tragedy, or terminates in ono act, a farce. New Look. l'rofuworij Jarws M. Hafiord, J. B Killt'lTew, mid F. 11. Jirudley, each rt jroneutiiii; tho Geological IX-iiart iiu-nts of lustituUuns cf lcnrniug in tho Htate, have iu courso of tirepura tion a school book Butting forth iu the biiiijilest wiiy the geological, mineral, surface and climatic features of Ten liesBee.eiititled Elementary Wology of Tennessee for use of Schools. The au thors briug to their tank tho reult of practical outiervatiou and btudy of the State for many years. The facts have beeu derived from original iuvestiga tlona, and for thin res so a it la hoped there will be a fretthneea about the in formation which otherwise it would not have. The work will be publish ed at Katihville, and will be ready be tween the Cr.it and fifteenth of next November, la time for the fall aud winter clauses of the Hchoola. Mem phis Appeal. AND COAL KNOXVILLE IRON CO., ROLLING MILL, FOUNDRY, Machine Shop, NAIL AND SPIKE WORKS. OVERI.OOOSIZES iooii, siQUvviti:, Flat, Oval and Half-Round Manufactured from East Tennessee Krflned ColJ Blast Charcoal Iron. CUT NAILS, AU ffir.e. Common Fence. Finish, Flooring, Cas ltiK, Clinch. Barrel. linx and Slating iimdu Iroui bcH Churoonl Iron, All Hand Picked and Warranted the Best in the Market. Pressed Boat Spike S to 7 inch Ions, All RAILROAD SPIKE; Uollcl, Countersunk and Punched Tram Railroad Track Iron, Rolled Screen Iron. Foundry and Machine Having re-organized our Shopi under the charge ol Mr. A. R, DAVIS, (Late of Pittsburgh). Who Ib a thorough practical Mechanio and Con tructive Engineer, with A Large Stock of New Patterns Kmbrac'iDir Bcverul Patents mid New Combina tions, we ure jtrejmrei to furnish Perfect Light & Strong MACHINERY, Warranted to Give Satisfaction. All Kinds of Machinery Re built and Repaired, REPAIRS TOR Threshers, Mowers and Reapers On hand. aiillwrib'OH ana persons wanting juueumery wu SAVE MONEY Uy k'ivint' us o call befura ljuyinK. At reduced prices. All lengths and sir's to order. MINERS AND DEALERS IN COAL CREEK COAL AM) COKE. Prices to Suit the Times. TERMS CA-SH. VUilUWUlU SIMMONS' inyn; nine HaiESCB XU JLi For DYSPEPSIA. CO STIPATION. ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits, SOUK Is a fnultloM family medicine, loeii not dmnrranre the nyt-m. I mire to cure if taken rejnlarly, J no dniKtir violent medicine. loes not interfo'e with lnuinefs. la n intoxicating beverasr, Containa the ftiupK-atand l05t remeJiea. CAUTIOPJ ! ! Iluy no rowtlcr or I'k'Iimi ! Minfovs' MY Ml ltl (;i'L.4- TOU unit hh In our filters vcm! rapper Willi Truil? Mark, Mamp and SlKtmtiiro imhrolirn, .ono oilier i M'tiiiliir, J. II. ZMM K o., Macon, ;u., and lMil !allptla. :THK SYMPTOMS of Livor CompUintare un-ennme- ani nin in thu h1p. Sointftime. the pain is in the thmifilcr, itni mitnhm tor rh u- mutism. Tiie otouiach in alFvetoU with of ' ftttitr an'l ttiekne h, bowel in Rencrnl cfii'e, ftotnetitneft nlternntin with lx Ihe hnvi is troubled with pain, and dull. h"vy fiiftition, considerable of memory, necniiiimnird with Vaintul senna t ion of having ltt untiour nwntthiim which outfht to have hern done. Olten com plaining of wenknpf, tirhility, ar.d low ppiriti1: Sometime many of the utmve pytnptinjt attend t lie dise-we. and at other times very Aw of them, but the Livrr is senerully the orKuo mo invol ved. KKAKI.Y ALL DINKAKEH nrifrina frnm TnJinr.lin ..ml T.,rl,1,tv of thn .V,r ami It il alwnvi anxinuslv Fought atter. lithe Liver i oiynrrurei. ttanf ot action in the LirercHiito hnulder. Ivuoh, Lhiti, IHtttnetiour ttomarh, Una 2ir tn the Muuth, Jhlumn Attnrk. rn(p hit inn tf the Heart. If7ireim nf StMritn. r the Jiluem. and hnnilrod olhnr ftviuntotnit. fur which KIJIMO' MVKK ItM.l LMH B the nxiUUy, etlectually. and, being a simple vegeUthfo It may betaken. It is hnrmU in every wny ; the good and great from all parti of the country TUB CLKHGY " Mr wife and nlf have used tuos." Hev. J. K. Fii.okr, I'erry. (Ja. LADIES' INDORSKEKNT "T hnvn (rii-an vmir failed to give lull taifacton." Kuan AIkacham, (JomtiilNNlon. HUGH LMcCLUNG&CO. PRODUCE & Having rented the DpM formerly nocupied by Und moro recently by Jleebrs, llougs Commission, Produce ADVANCES Corn, Wheat, Oats, Bacon, Flour and other pods in Store WILL KEEP A STOCK OP TIIE MOST APPROVED AND POPULAR Agricultural Implements, And can aurply furuiera and the trado upon tho best terms a? to price?. AVo aro General Agents for Emt Tunnessoo for Chicago Pitts' Improved Threshers and Powers, Invincible Vibrator Threshers and Powers, Wood's Improved Mowers, """ Sprague's Improved Mowers. We also Bell tlio Geiser Threshers, and Wheeler & Melirk Threshers, EiiceUior Keapers and Mowers, CoateV Lock Lover Hay liakvs. Send for Circulars. Field Seeds of Every Descrittion On hand in the proper seasons. We prorope to supply the furmern with nil that they need in these rlminrtmcntfl. nn'l tn oxtend.to them every lacilily tur disponing of the l'oducu of the Farm TO TtiA BESTIAD VANTAGE, All Business Intrusted to Us iv22.Uw Flnanpinl, THE FRANK1AND FIRE INSURANCE CO O 1" UNOXVILL J-:. Cash Capital, - - $100,000. OFFICERS: B.B.EEARDEN.FreB't. D.T.B0Y5TOS, Vice) i.'t. 3710. E. ES00E8, Sec.&Trea. DIHKCTOUB: av.o. vr. ICiss. V,'. KAfLKY, II. Tl 1U.EY, Jl. 1. htVAN. w. R. DFAT?rF.. W. J. JiKITKKTON, 1. T. LnYNT'iN. W. A. iiKSEKSOX. Insures asainct Lou or DamaKe hy Fire en IHiililiuri, Jlrr handise, IIcu?che!d Kuinilure, a Personal l'roiurty senorally. on as faverahle terms as oiher good and solvtiit CLinpanits. Patroniso Homo Institutions. 0:"J:e in tho rear of the Commercial Bank. P.. C. JACKSON. Pres't. K. EAST TENNESSEE AUTHOKIZEI) CAPITAL. 8500.COO. DF-SIGXATED DEPOSITOKY Af 0 8UCCl.S3(.2a TO STOOKnOLDEr.S, .T.U ANTy HSOV, Bristol. 1". Jl. i.Alt.N Kr, ilhialowu, U. M. ,'IAI.Ti'N, Morrisnwa. W.M. UAV MS. UnndriJge, ROli'T T,0VK. Johnson City. V. W.TAYL'Ht. Sr., iiussellvltlc V. lUlAELTo.N. New Murki-t, i.H'o. A, J'A I X, ):ail'idt:e. f!AM.McKlXXl:Y. Ka.,x villi.. J. i:. A ' : 1 , ll.'vt inn i. Mri.Jtl.lA jAC'KiU.'., UnoiTilto.W. V. Wcr.HKl IF, " K. r-. JACKaOX. Receives Depo'ilf. li '.vs ar t Sells Kx.'hauKO, For;inn nd dopitstip. Denlorn Gold, t'ilver. Un currciit 13ir.k Xi-tiv, ll" itu b::ile.i. Stale, Cnunly Ki'd c-.ti or.tii ti lluu.iif tDu C- uiw ns. und will dc General Culleciinif and buiium Lusinraa I'-'outhtut tiio I riled Mati-s. March 4, l-TVUirtlm It. M. McCU'NO. rres. K. It. 13EAKDO.V. P gommergiaL bank or KSQXVILLE TENN. Itoara of DlrectorM. H. B. liK'.'KUAR, JAMKS R. COCKE. 1. I. DOlfM'OX, OK". XT, fcOiii R. K. BKAhUKN. Becelves Urpmlta. Bnyaikud RIU EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER. Comptroller'i WarranU k Unourrent Bank Sill. BASK OF lKSBESfSEK MONET For Tftxei os basil. T:oi12m AX. rLD OD im Jaundice. Ililimia nltackii. SICK HEAD .STOMACH, Heart Hum, Ac, &o. Jiputntrd in im tvtinn, health in altno-t iavaria- tl'tniitthe.. lntiitlumt Jtiumine, lnt in Ai bent remedy that baa erer It -en ditcorerrd. It a-cla compound, cnu d- no injury in any quantities that .it has been utedfor 4 yenrn, and huudredi of will rneh for its being rA purent and bent. tha llnirutatnr for vearit. and tpstifv to it creftt Yir- Tntillninn a thnrmiuh frlul. and In tifi ensa baa it Chattahoochee, Flu. COHISSION tho East Tennenfee and Virginia Knilmnd Company A Co), we are prepared to do a general and Storage Business. MADE UPON shall have Prompt Attention. HU. L. M'CLUNC & CO. 1'KrtR STATU, IS. I.. MUTII. . M. MrCl.l'NO. JNO. W. LHOOKS. Knoxvilie, Tenn. iHJJtwly Tt. Mt-CLUNi,. Vice iJre.-'t. J. W. MLLAhD Ciuier. NATIONAL BANK C ASIICA PITAL PAID IN, 150,000 OF THE UNITED ST.VTP:S, KNOXVILLS- X. IK.i'tAHT. Vhilaiielfhii. ... S. I'A VN K, Uuuviil. J'lS.JAyVKS. r . il.Mc(.I,tXa. :;. H. lit ) YD. I. V,'. 1.11. 1. A 1"). Mrs. JAXE J.UJUE." ; . M. .VcUUEE. JOS. B.MITt'IlELL. Trident. Cn'.bi.r. bAVUiL McKinnit, Ass't Cashier. People's. Bank of Knoxville STATE DEPOSITOR f, Orrion Oooee Back Bulldlni. Gay Eire KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Will transaot a Oeneral Banking and Broker awe buainenfl. receive leiKw.ui, iM'ue ocrti&au of Liu.iit. deal in hichan. Imr J j'd au4 Silver, Hank M''e. Honda and btoeka. Wo prefer that Colleetun ot He veuue thoala evuie is penou or et:d lunda li im wotik I. stead of ny mail or ax proHn. TJidiwliin lub. K, MtTCllEi.U Cachlac.