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jAnoibil.c Mcchln (LttUjig anD (bromclc : Mlcimcslmn, September 1, 1873
FROM LOUDON COUNTY. "P" ,lie ! Uy'. work before tlicin.
Wilb hofikh o( indescribable ln'auly
The 1'nlnn lump Nrrtlai-llliiliiitni opening at every Me, three o'clock, 1.
l-roIMrl.rlr.fnh.rr,Ar. '. "'"' Mainline Oil tlial
liKl'tniiiK Hciirrcil summit, untler a nky
FRIDAY', September 3. Ilmt J irom iscil a Klori.itH (.unset. The
m ii t-i-i t al r.L i fctillue (bat reiiiiied urounii wan hi-
To the Editor, ofthe Chron.de : ,, ,,,,., Tlie hoii-y, Hellve,
Tbe"caniper8" moved In (Ills morn- wicked world wan fur below. Truly,
ing. The large new Midi in Bernini w were neurer beaveii Ibmi everbi-Improvemeut-a
real convenience. I ,V ""l w,-,l,r tbat Cln i-t
, ,, ! retired l. the ni.niiitiiiii to pray,
have no Idea of It capacity in the A Hllllm.t ,,iy..r,.n, wus held,
number 11 will tdifltur. It Is hs l;ii,'e kneeling arcunni Prof. M iu-ik-M'h grave,
as any I bave ever Keen. n diMiiiKuiwhed Piesbytermn rleruy-
Tbe committee of arrangements in. t .b?hi '" "' ,hi "''"J'
, , ,, . ''is loveil iikiIiiiIiiiii exrlir-
and appointed Hev. J. m. 1 li.muis, of !,, ln i,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , iU,.
tbe ItaptUt I'hurch, to conduct the ex-i brlil came, and linMimt n h tree
ereifes of the meeting. Last year this 1 "'" 1,1 lii." Kr.ive, kiiii , ! v. -per
duty devolve.! on K-v. I?. Crist, r the j 1 "l'". ' ' " s .h. ; they do so
J, 1 j every night. ! m Ihc luelinesa ol the
M. K. Church. , ,,i,.t. vu.x Mich thai, not wit liMandiiig
Kev. J. Js. Tboinas preached the fi:s! ! l.e has thi- giand, earthly, nioiintain
!-ermou ou Fridav, at S v. .M. monument to lux im aoiy. I ni l but
The followi.,goider of exer. i-.s is s-'.v : ' Jiury ine w ill, in, Km.lre I, that
K i(b" tears ot loved ones may mm-leii
adopted: : my grave or strew ilnw. is upon it."
Prayer lueetii.g a' 5 o'clock, A.M., I'ne religious mm ire-, which h'ld
before breakfast. 1'i .yer meeting at ; been arranged fr ibe morrow, weie
S:."0 A. M. 1'reuhioi; at lll::iO A. M . ' cnio meuce.l will. i suini-c inyer-
'liil.iren's inert inj; at I :.'M o'clock r. m. I meet ing on the bi.;be.-t ur, win ic nil
Preaching at ":."u and 7 l", M. hud been lung a.-M-mho .1. -
u..,., v ., . 'be gloiious risii'L' oi:t if I lie A' 1 ....i.
SAUKI.Aept.4 ,0l,.alM.r.M.... ,.:.v.
Preacliers arriving all day. The ,t ,.i:.. ,.... n.'e crow d were
morning sermon was preached by Kev ni,.K together for public worship, in
K X. Price, of Morrislown, editor ..f Ulll, r,ul, .. lo .lial built, bv (iod's
heJfol.stoiiMliiKli"t. 'I lie contrega- ,,wn ul,,,.. Amiiii.ii was delivered
lion inereasinx all day, and at niulit ,v the w riter. Tin tin ' io.l in mtii
tbe spacious ehed is nearly full. Per- i ia lUv K,aii.:. ur and clorv of his
feetouiet ami good order prevails on 1 '
(be grounds. j j;,.v j Knorv and K. M. M.lvee,
mi. i.. ... ..... 1 l:. t ; .
iob ineais ui .oe uumiong icmi-c me ;
excellent. 1 he charges are -j cent
per meal, or 1o cents per day for meals
and lodgiiiL'. Visitors will be taken
care of in this way. Some of the
campers eat at the boarding house.
Tbe preachers aie provided for free of
charge, and are at liberty to visit
among the camps or in tbe neighbor
hood. The collection on Sunday in intended
to defray (be expenses of ministers
who may attend tbe meeting. Labor
erg are desired. A large number ar
rived to-dav, but many of them must
Meeting at night a happy time.
Memories of last year stirred, and
many joyful shouts in the camp.
After a stirring sermon by Itev. ii.
Crist, tbe Christians were invited into
or near tbe altar for prayer aud tong.
Sunday, Sept. 5.
Morning prayer meeting a good time.
Tbe crowd seems multiplied. The
morning sermon was preached by Kev.
J. A. Hyden, of Athens. The crowd
was too large for any one man to ad
dress in tbe open air. Tbe sermon was
well delivered. It was a grand occa
sion foraUospel minister. . betbeme
was, "Belief in Christ."
Ministers present to-day number
nineteen, as follows :
Kevs. j. S. Thomas, O. V. Brewer,
Jl. L. Jenkins, of tbe Baptist Church ;
Revs. J. A. Hyden, B. Crist, S. W.
Hyden, J. X. Stamper, It. Hrice,
J. R. Payue, C. 8. Long, Samuel Wil
liams, J. I. Pyott, J. D. Robinson, M.
R. Burke, S. J. Urlffltts, of the Meth
odist Church; Revs. V. H. Russell,
D. S. Bodenbamer, M. Lowe, of tbe
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and
Rev. T. T. Alexander, of the Presbyte
Rev. W.H. Russell, of the Cumber
laud Presbyterian Church, preached at
night. Peniteuts were invited for the
first time to-nigbt. There were ten or
twelve forward, and one made a pro
fession of faith. The meeting goes ou
ten days. "Kai'Ael."
PRESBYTERIANISM IN THE MOUN
TAINS. .Ancent of Mount .Mllchrll.
Kellffloua Hrrvlees More llian 6.000
Pert Above tbe Level of the Hrn.
Elizabethton, Cartkk Co.,
Tenn., Sept. 7.
To the Editort of the Chronicle :
The ellbrt of the Holston Presby
tery to carry tbe Gospel " into tbe re
gions beyond," was successfully car
ried out. Their Preshyterial meeting
at " Reem's Creek, C ," was the
most spiritual occasion ever enjoyed by
them. Souls were aroused i mercy.
Those who preached, were never more
in earnest. R. M. McKee, K-ip, of
Ureeneville, moved all hearts by bis
eloquent temperance addresses. Kev.
I. Emory, of Knoxville, exceeded him
self in capital speeches for Sunday
Previous to the meeting of the Pres
bytery, some of the brethren spent
from eight to twelve days holding pro
tracted meetings among the partially
destitute congregations, confirming the
souls of the disciples. Tbe
church visited was ou the borders of
The work was not done without more
or less personal danger. A bridge
over a deep, dark mountain stream was
undermined and fell, one hour before
we reached it.
In crossing the French Bioad, at an
unknown ford, we suddenly found our
selves in deep wuter, aud only escaped
danger by the good swimming ijtiali-
ltlesot our horses. The appointments
were met with military precision
though over one Hundred miles ahead j
with high mountains to cross aud deep
rivers to ford. Vet each minister came
to bis congregation ten or twenty min
utes ahead of the hour.
When one horse failed under bard
riding, another was hired, aud thus
tbe good work went on. Tbe oldest
niiiiister of the party showed us much
enthusiasm as Hie youngest. Was
twenty-two days in the saddle. Slept
every night under a dill' reiit roof, rid
ing twenty aud thirty miles a day
preaching tw ice ami sometimes thrice.
Schools were a.blr. ssed while our
horses were resting by the road bide.
Tracts Were pcaltered as thick us the
leaves lu Vulauibrosio's forest. A vast
amount of gospel (rutli wus bowu,
woich will not fail of fruit.
Crowning all, was ascent of "Mount
Mitchell," the highest peak this side of
the Sierra Nevada. Tbe party started
as advertised in your paper, and
camped the ilrsl ni:;ht at the foot of
tbe aiouut.iin, ready for tbe grand as
cent the ful'owlng day. The morning
dawned most propitiously, aud they
were early in the saddle, eager to enter
uu gave elooucllt a.lil l e-is, oil
lboe (hemes, whicii so complvlcly ale
sorli tlitm, and render tlicincv.. elo
line the services were progressing,
a dark cloud, which had been gather
ing 111 one of ttie lower valleys, came
slowly surging up the rocky mountain
sides now threw its dark wings like a
funeral pall over aud around us.
As we rose to sing that grand old
doxology, " Praise Jod from whom
all blessings How," a Hash of light
ning blinded our eyes by its close prox
imity, followed by deafening thunder,
echoing and reverberating from one
rocky pinnacle to the other, carrying
the bass most beautifully. Thus earth
and heaven joined in our song of praise.
Horses were Immediately saddled,
and, with tbe lightning zig-.igging
around our feet, and amid trees riven
by it into thousands of splinters, tbe
descent was safely made.
And when the Presbytery of Holston
shall uet ascend Black Mountain,
may I be theie to enjoy it with them ;
"A thing of bemity is a joy forever.''
H. C. Atwater.
Letter From Ureeneville.
Gkkkneville, Sept. 7, 1875.
To the Editors of the Chronicle
The weather is warm and exceeding
Preparations for tbe Fair of tbe
Farmers' and Mechanics' Association
of our county are going ou actively.
It commences l lie 15lh iust., aud is to
continue three days. Some improve
ments are being made on the grounds,
and these, which were beautiful and
convenient last year, will be rendered
Letters of administration were grant
ed by our County Court, yesterday, on
the estate of Ex-President Johuson,
to Mrs. Johnson, the widow. Ilia
bond of the adiuinistrat rix is in the
sum of S-UO.UOO, with Audrew John
son, Jr., David T. Patterson, Mrs.
Martha Patterson and Mrs. Mary
Brown, daughters of tbe deceased, us
Hogs are selling as high us eight
cents gross, in our county.
The session of Greeneville and Tus
culum Colleges was begnu last Wed
nesday. Tbe health of Mrs. Johnson is great
ly improved, and it is the hope of the
people of our community, that the
life of so estimable a lady may be
spared yet during many years. 51.
Letter from Seller,
Ti the Editors of the Clironiclc :
Tbe wlieut crop is nil threshed. Far
mers who were puuctuul and got their
wheat In the dry before (ho heavy
rains commenced have good wheat,
while that left out in the rains in but
little account. Corn will not be any
thing extra. Koine field.-) we find from
one-fourth to one-half the Htalks bar
ren. There will lie only a half crop of
clover r-eed. Hogs will bewareeriu
this county than umiihI. There will be
mime horneH and milieu for market.
Ourjieople are becoming more inter
ested in the improvement of stock
than ever before.
The rather ur Mr. Mitehel Hn.yle.-, or
Weir'H Cove, and hi.s rdter, Mr. Ca-
1 hiipt KiceiH, a widow, recently died in
California, U ing a citizen of tliulcnun
try, leaving an entate to the above
named parties amounting to fJ'iO.tltlO.
How's that r.ir high ?
Mr. John Webb, or Middle Creek,
died on Saturday, (he 4th int. He
must have been 7") years old. Had five
sons to die in the I'd. Teniie."co brave
ly at Murrreesboro'.
Mr. (iarrett is conducting a good
school in Sevierville. Young people
desiring a good education would do
well to patroni-e him.
The Kev. J. H. Jenuings, of the M.
10. Church, ussisted by ministers or his
own church and the JJaptist brethren,
has been conducting a revival meeting
at Pleasant Hill, in the lilth district,
during the past week, resulting in the
conversion or thirty persons mid about
the same number added to the church
Curious uuswers often come out in
examination for the civil nervice. The
word "inheritance" occurring in a
page oi'readiug, the examiner interro
gated the youngster : "What is inheri
tance V" '"l'atriuiony." "Whut is pat
rimony ?" "Something left by a fath
er." "'What would you call it if left by
a mother'.'" "Matrimony."
San Antonia, Texas, must be a lively
place. A stranger who was euouiriug
lor (he Methodist Church wus directed
as follows: "After you pass the
seventh bar room ou this side of the
street, strike across and take up
Holeddad street, and you will find It
one hundred yards beyond the last
beer saloon on the same street, nearly
opposite a ten-pin alley."
HOMICIDE IN McMINN COUNTY.
A nlorr.l Mini Hlllrrt hf Two Olhrr
of Ilia Hnrr,
Olllcer Calu received the followlug
telegram Wednesday from Athens:
"Arrest John Iturtoo ami Watson
(treen, lull) colore.l for shooting a
man yesterday, liurioo i about live
feet high; weighs t.b. : l.'lo pounds,
and one-third India1'. tiaight hair,
very short, and i-iilu moustache.
(Jleeu Is about live l.-ei eight Inclics
blub; weighs about lT'i pninnls, t'lowil
skin, clean fnoe, ami a dressed in
On impiiriug iiiouod, we met with
a conductor on the Kxt Tennessee,
Virginia and (ieoigia K.ilr.md, who
told us that be haloed that the man
killed was also colored, ami that the
dillleiilty look pho e several miles from
Athens. 11" .lid not h aro t he partic
ulars. Chattanooga"3 Prospect for Cheap Fuo
We learn that (
has i eccnt I v sold l
l-hellicl.l, Kuglaiid. a tl
tcn-l in bis coal fo ld-, i
from this cit , extending
den Ridge, li'oin Faiiinj Vaier t 'reek,
l i a point near North Cbleamauiia,
and embracing Hooky branch guleii
and Mill Creek gulch.' The tract con
tains about "J.litiil acres, and at tbe point
of entianc" to the coal will be only one
and a half miles Iroin I he ( 'inci onat i
Southern railroad, llis believed that
the tract contains at least four strata of
working coal, embracing every variety
known to that coal tield.
Tbe propnetor bave already com
menced the work of development, and
expect to ! ave the dilt'ereut strata of
coal opened up fairly for working any
desired number of miners for the sup
ply of cheap coal, not only to Chatta
nooga, but also to tbe inarKels soutn oi
this, as soon as the C incinnati South
ern road shall be completed from
Boyee's station to a point opposite
their works. Erchawje..
Sam Carey Likes the Nomina
tion of Geghan.
The Columbus (Ohio) co en
of the Cincinnati Commercial says :
That was a lively time we Republi
cans and Democrats bad, on Wednes
day night, watching to catch tbe an
uouueemeut of Mr. Geghau's nomina
tion. The wires seemed dreadfully
slow bringing the news. Sam Carey
aud Dan. fallen, and other lofty
patriots, who had come in for a night
that particular night from their
labors on tbe stump, were watchiug
Ibe telegraph ofllce from the steps of
the hotel opposite, as if they expected
some sudden blast from tbe wires would
illuminate the windows. Carey, junior,
who is along with the Carey rum
selling Inquirers, was sent out on the
skirmish line to gather information.
Going up the stairs to tbe telegraph
olllce, he met a messenger, who sang
out as be slid past, "Geghan'a nomi
nated. I bear I it going through on
the wires in a dispatch."
Rev. Joe Wilson (colored), of Cleve'
land, baa tweiitysix brotheis and sla
ters. 1 he entire lamiiy numbers twen
My lim will be tn keep in the fti'ure what Knol-
vuie Dtu lung Dee-ieu,
JL FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
It h the ndvnntRK over nil nthfr hole tp in the
city in rrirttru to loc .Hon, being mtuuteu
IS THE IiUSlXKSS CKNTKE OK THE CITY.
Oho 1 BpiIj. an excellent Tnblu and nttentiv
at fT HlitN HWIL t t he I m Veil. T.
TentiK wil I be renfonnljla nnl the Ptiblip are
invited to itive the bourie, u"dpr the npw initnajte-
merit, a trial. JUlO fcLlll-.lir
W. II I.IM.ARD. Cl'rk.
County Court Land Sale.
IWRSrANT TO THE lKCKKI3 IH0
X NOl.NCKD at the Auus-t term oi the
County C"urt if Knox county. Tt'nnn-eo, in the
suit ol J 0 KdmutiLs'n and utbt'rs. ('(unpliiiuitiit.
Hicainft Mnry K Kdiuondfi.n atui nth ere, dut'ond-
nnta. I will ltnirceil ta tn thu hiLrhct huldcr,
ut the Into rusidence uf John it Iviiuon isou, dc-
Ou Saturday, 8rpleruber 259 I73
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M.f
The three ?evrr:il tract! nf T,A l n i-;itinpfd nnd
flonorilnd in tlie idfii'iiiiur. i winch Jtbn i
Kdiuorwltt'in dieii K". -'! iml i- rl, u i iti re
n.irtit'uliirly dosfri liy I in thv iti.-ur' i ihtirorn
iniinin'n ti.ipuinti'd lv I u (''t'trt I" I (ttr niiU
Fubilmue the several tr t-N m;il in' t i fame
cm be seen n tiio III u iiio C it:i y C" m t t
Clerk. , VTX
haul landf" are i"i-e ;:i ihu :il pvil tlifrici il
K nx cnunty. h nn't" A r. t' Knxvule, and
the three tr.ict in mi i tlii it l uita tracts Cuu-
27 Acres tu 147 Acres Each,
A tii llioir elo-f ir xiittUy t Knexvillr, n I the
i'terior iU!.iy m the Inn. Is, muke thtm vtiy
Viiiuable tr i.irumiK i uri ue-.
ti:iuis op ham;:
Kiich of the three pe.erl trn-ra will be Fo'd
first, as nub-divided, and then thu whola tract
will be Fuld, and tbe s tlotb it rtaliziu tho tuust
will be a lopted. 'l'en ier rent ut tlio imiclitiho
luttuey will lie rf'i'ix' 10 ''una, ana n 't;i ay
iihfe in twelve, eikditeen ami twenty-tour month
with interest at per t- nt tnau date, note with
aprovel per.-mai hci-urii. Hnd lieiM will be
reta nei on tbe came until the purchase tuuney
Knoxville Iron Company
it a x 1 1 uors, oA.Tirsii,
BiClllSBST. 1K.1 riStClNO,
It VI l.i;; il sriKKH, UT SAILS, e
Coal Creek ti."uul uuj (lukr
SiHronn, Chambibmiii A Aleirs, 'Wholeitala
AclU, KuyviUe, lean, vuiiiifcwly
KNOXVILLE IRON CO.,
WAIL AND SPIKE :
Flat, Oval and Half-Round
Manufactured from Emt Tenncjree U.'fintJ Cj1 1
Blast Clmrcml Iron.
All flit.- Cninmon Fence. Finish, Flooring. Can
ing, Clinch. IUrrel, Ii n anl Slating
tnaUe iroui be?t Chiircoal Iron,
All Hand Picked and Warranted the
Best in the Market.
Pressed Boat Spike
i tn T inch loot.
HolleJ, Countersunk and Punched
Tram Railroad Track Iron,
Rolled Screen Iron.
Foundry and Machine
1 I21A.l ITJIKMT,
Having ro-organizaJ our Shop, un li r trie charge
Mr. A. R, DAVIS,
(Lata of Pittsburgh),
Who it a thorounh pratirat Mechanic an J Con
tructive ogineer, with
A Large Stock of New Patterns
Eaibracirift several Patents and New Combina
tions, we ure pre pa re i to furnish
Perfect Light & Strong
Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
All Kinds of Machinery Re
built and Repaired,
Threshers, Mowers and
Millwriuhts and I'trjons waiilin: M-hii.ery wil
Uy fciviug us a cill before buying.
At reJuccd i riccc
AMlcngths and si.T-s to urd.r.
MINERS AND DEALERS
IN COAL CREEK
COAL A XI) COKE.
Prices to Suit the Times.
.Medic Inri, &.C.
nu nsora cu la
For IJVSI'KI'SIA. CONSTIPATION, .hnin'lire, I!ili,.ii attneks SICK HEAD
AC II K. C.'lie, Deprefniiin nf Siru, SOl'li Slo.MACll, Heart Hum, &o., Jce.
I fan f.itnUy me Jit irie,
n it dimrrinci the M-tt in.
1 urc to euro it in Ken n ru!ttr i.v,
1 - ti't ir.-im H- violent ii. v tn- r;.
I .'. 11 r iMtTf'rrfl llll lllilitr!.
I no tfilojtuHt nit lii'verm-n,
L'tjntunif the !uui-li.-4i md lc.t reiLC-iie .
CAUTION ! !
CI ( no I'oHib i'. ,ii l'r pr l M Uo-' I.M Ml It f : I 1. 1
T()!( mil. ht in our i a:rai iai r ? Hit 'I rail .Mai K, Mamp
ii lift !tiii1iii iiiiliiiil.en. "Voim- iiIIm r is eciiiiliH-.
I. II. I ., Huron .;., :inl riilludi Iplilit.
111!-; SYMPTOMS ..l Live- Cmilirnl n'e in,-
IMllt'- .1 ll-l II 1 It I'l ill.' t. S "l lllll - Hi.
: '. till i.' l!i l' C -li'.'ll 1'T. Hl"l ? i r ! Ittflluu.
' li;.ll-in. 1 hi- M..lu:-.-;i i I.t5. fl.'"l ,wt!i .r;.-
i J..'. M 'MiP--. l'".T ' iri HPIi. 'Jil , ,. ,
InP llmF nhlTI'iiM'ti: Wllh I iv 1 lir i... 1-
it .villi .Hiji. :ilnt
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ffl.i'll i.ll u ti t
lu li:.e ln't
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S' in'l i in.1
r ip .liM .i
I n tlie .
uinkl1"1.. f.'''.i'l';. in it l"W Hint.
uhtmt til iIip ntiu.t' tiymit' ni n'ti t il
ii ti .I i.t hi In- r 1 1 in. s . fry .'. if it I h .ti..
n- i Kt ii. ii.'.lj" tlie iTfc'i.n uin-t i:iVi 1-
M lllI Al l, IHM.tSI.S .riir.aerr
IB jIwh n niixiniilv i'U(tbt 11 :tr. If 1 lie !.! r
b'yri'-ire . W hM t Hrttin in tli Liverem
,Si.,K (! r. f 'fA, hi', l zztif , V.lir ,(,
sinnow ii lit atti.i i.Aiok
miiUy, eMectuaily, n t, ia'intr a simple vvrt't'- eonipnunil. enn d'' n injury in any qunnutieg that
it ti y l.e taken. It 19 hrm! in ever) way ; it bio t een uted f'T I S r. and Inindredj O
the Rood and ptvif tnnu till part of the country u ill vi.ui'h fur it bttnjf tlm yuret nuf Utit.
THE CliKHtJ V " My wife and lf have u.-d the Keu!a'or ht year?, and testify to iti pre at tw
tuc." Hev. J. K- FrLnr.a, Terry,
LADIKS INDoHSKM KNT "I have given ynur me-lirine a thortnub tii'il, and in no caae ha It
failed tu ir we tutl tMfttetnn." Ei.l.-N iM kapha m. CiMtiahoi.chee. Kla
HU. L McCLUNG & CO.
PRODUCE & COilrlFllSSION
Having rented the Dpot formerly occupied by the Eaft Tpnnewee and Virginia Rail mud Company
land more receDtly by Mcers. Hour Jc Co), we are prepared to do a general
Commission, Produce and Storage Business.
ADVANCES MADE UPON'
Corn , Whet, Oats, Bacon, Flour and other pods in Store
:VILL KEEP A STOCK OF THE MOST APPROVED AND POPULAR
Ani can lu w1? furiuera and the trade upon the be! term. a to prices.
AVe arc General Agents fur East Tennessee fur
Chicago Pitts' Improved Threshers and Powers, Invincible Vibrator
Threshers and Powers, Wood's Improved Mowers,
Sprague's Improved Mowers.
We alo sell tlio Geiser Threshers, and Wheeler & Melirk Threshers, Excelsior
Reapers and Mowers, Coates' Lock Lever llay Kukes.
bend for Circulars.
Field Seeds of Every Description
On hand in the proper aeason. We propve to nupely the farmer with all that they need tnthefl
leiiarruipntx. and to p stead to theui every laciliiy tor disposing of the Products of the Farm TO XilK
All Business Intrusted to Us shall have Prompt Attention.
iv'i?'w HU. L. M'CLUNC it CO.
THE FRANK LA NX)
FIRE INSURANCE CO
E. B. EEARDEN, Frei't. D. T. B0YHT0N, Vice Pre'" . JS0. M. BROOKS, Sec.iTreai.
OK". AV KOS?.
W. It. 'I t ht.EY.
M. b. SWAN.
H. It. I'.KAMIiEV.
V. ,r. PK I TKHTON",
H. T. liiiYM'ON.
W. A. IIKMiEKsON,
TrtFur!' against Lot or Dinmuro !y Fire on TuiKiifp. Mi r :nril i?e. He ufcljfjl.l Furniture, 1
Pereuiial Prupvrty tstLcrally, ou ut l'noruljlc teiuii' a.- othr goil und t-olvtnt O-uii'Utiies.
Patronize Home Institutions.
Otil.'e in the rear of the Commercial Bank.
r. c. .iackijo:;.
AUT1H IUZK1) CAl'ITAL, 500,000.
D i:s I G N ATI: D L' E 1 'OS I T( ) K V
AND drCCISflolLS TO
FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF KMOXVILLF
llnlS'T L)VK. J.ihntrn Cily.
V. W.TAVI-liK. Sk.. Kuellille.
V UKA2KLTUX. M.irkoi.
i,il. A. KAt.N. Iiandridiit.
KA KN 1.S1. illinuluwn,
K. M liAKT' N. M..rri.'l..n.
U'.M. ItAHHIS. IJan.lrvJ.t,
.1. K. KAIU. Clevelan.l
5AM Mi KISNKY. Knoxville.
Jl LIA J AClitiliS.Knuxviile, W
Re.'eive Depositu, Buys sr. l Sells tn-hante, Fi.reiiiD ao 1 il. meMio, Dealers in Hold. Kilver, U'
currenl Hank llle, I ni.e l Siaies. Male, Cnunty and Ori'.'raii'-n llmiils auu C.iuiins. ami will Ac
Uenerv Culleetin and bank ma l!uii.M t1 uhuut tlie I cited Slates. vt.4. lCfal6ia
R. M. MrCLl'Kll. Pres. K. R. BEAUDEN.V. P
HoHra oi liri(torM.
B. UK' KUAR. JAMES R. COCKE.
T. B0YNTON. Kn. W. K05f,
R. K. BKAHUfcN.
Kereleee ltrpoaila. Huyaitud Mall
EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER.
Comptroller's Wtrranti k Uneurreot Back Bills
BAKU op tliv.ki:e mo.i:t
or Taxes on hand. TSOIaslCm
jel as mi .
(lull, l.r-.vy tt .-uli
iii-ii,. i am l v. II.
titi't'utt 1 1 : ; t ti li t
- n .l!iip, llili'u .'.iiii-
Ii:.T i,n ,tn 1 T' -rju'lit" .f the J.if r. ar d riV
A'. im -i n tun., beahh i hltnn't invana
..( ..,., t ',."-f'.'i',-1ii, Jt)inl r, fain in tl4
tiff 7'm 1,1 ,V"t"'.. V'i'tt AHm-km. Joft-
H urn, and 11 hundred tithe hyiii iMnti. lor which
liettemety that ha fv r h, n illvurrr(d. It aete
KNOX VILL 1L
- L 1L
I'l- ti lt STAl'B.
Ii. 1.. .-.MITII.
H. M. MrCI.l'XT.
JNU M. UhUOKS.
, tl. MrCLUNn.
T-T A nrTiHT A T Tv A Til TTT
CASH lit 1'ITAL 1'AIL) IN, S150.00C
UF THK UNITKIi ST TEH,
K. liiiUAKT. I'hiladetihU
K. b. l'A NK, Lcoxville,
JoS. J Ay I lis.
hi 1. l.llV II "
V. VV.HiDlll l'F. " .1. W. 1,11. LAP').
JAtKSON. Sirs. JANE jAlil'ES, "
,V. M rUIl EE.
K .MITCH KLL.
bam xi, McKissit,
People's Bank of Knoxville .
Orrici; Oct-e Hank Building, Qay BtiMt
Will traciact a General Banking and Brok
axe lluftinr., receive IeiOHiu, ituue orti float
oi Leu-i' dual in Lxcbaiiita, buy iiuM aa
Silver. lMik Not Ilndb tL J 8tcckt.
We prefer that Collector ol Kevenua lhoi4
coin ir -treitn or lend iutiti b an ant l
steitd of ny uail Hnreii,
vi.MwUui I OS. H. MITCHELL. CaahUf