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g7i f (fshronhh. WEDNKSDAY, DEC. 22, 1875. DOGONEDNESS. Tor aiexl Roy on tin Una; Fuml tiif .tun. To the Editor of the Chronicle Tlutt " Hk.v" Ictti-r which npi'dueil in the CmtiiNK LK nf llu-lodi, vatlii" doglsliewi jiieiv of 1 1 1 1 rittii rt; I Imve ever porn. feci o.im pi i oriii ciselt, hoili ax In nlmtrict, rXri..miciii and lopU'nl fpieiiri". Kulistiintiully "Jt'iy" tell iliat tbe "devil, gciier.i'ly, hits ji t into the dogH, (ihii icul;irly. That a don (cr two) will travel tiht or nine miles and kill " w hole 'lo.fk of sLieeji'' iust fur the fun of the thini;, and lor Hie alien, H lilo-iii. That one old clou that had contracted the huhit, contin ued it when he was m old he could n't do or wiiH "hoi lit lor unytliiri el.stf. That " Wa-li l'lice. our district, tracked a dog "le a year abound killed it, hut not until H hud killed tbirtv lam t." Not.- the fact. That was Jileen lamf to the mile, or a laoih for each 117, yards. Well, dogs are good and v.iliialile an imal. The don., as a nmeral thin, baa more real good fault ahont him than has a koihI average man. . A man even a (JliriHtiau one, hy iimfe-siiii will betray and desert his friend in times of cev'fie advero storms, ail'' whine and comp ains under pood providential treatment; hut a do.;, even a sort of a mean one, will forgive the unjust cruelty of ins bcyjur mus ter, and lick the hand from whioh has just fallen the cruel ro I of punishment. Yes, ami such a ilo.r will follow that master, utter all other desert him, and constitute the sole mourner at the beg gar aud outcast's grave. But, to have these religious d jr-refer-ences ; "Koy " tellsiiH, that the jloll.lMPt) of "DoK-revenue" ouht to lie mo'ved, legislatively, into a sort of ' Dog ,-.i -inn's Hank Fund,' from whi'ih tho-e who tiioiun (or il"itl thtrp may cause the Ktomwlt of their purses to swell out wi.li a puffin. My dear Hoy, that would never, never do! Why, especially, llie avaricious Dew icratic scruhb-slieep owners of the Hlate would employ their own private dogs to worry, especially, all their old and poor muttons to deatii, so as to realize fat Cottswold and Merino lui-'ea for them, out of the " Dog-Funds " Yes " Sir Hoy." a poor old nheep, within three days of honorable d"ath hy star vation or rot, " murdered " in the way I aay would draw as bit? a " Po-t Mor tem " price as the most thorough bred "Bell-wether.'' fat enough to " drag the ground. " It would be more than like New Yolk's oH'er, last year. of 50 cents for each uu-collared dog arrested aud de livered at the City ' Mad-dog Pound." How was it ? Why, all the little and old doKH within '!) or 3D milea of the city were brought in and sold t.) the " City-Dog killing Department'' at oil Cents a head. Ill a logical sense, JO0ii mutton is easily digtsted and is a nu tricious and valuable food. People are fond of it. It be, th.it much of the very best fat now adhering to Hoy's rilji settled there, as a direct mutton-n nitil (It U the case with Yor.'" Well, dos have rood game, and also good la-ten and a good appe tite. No wondrr they go for gooil fat sheet). But I admit, that it will be much better to have all our necessary muttons slaughtered in a proper manner aud in w hat we call reg ular mutton seasons. I am, therefore, in favor of such police regulations as will restrain bad dogs aiu foster and fatten good ones. But. Mr. " Hoy," your " dog-one.l'' taxation policy will not reach the de sired end. The true policy is, or ahouid be, to fence against dogs of bad morals aud unnaturally ferocious and blood-thirsty appetites. O, certainly! I am serious in this. All our good grazing woodlands ought to be en closed with six foot picket fences. If what is said as to the value of sheep killed annually by dogs be true, such value, for two years, would picket fence most of our woodlands. That's the way, anyhow, to raise sheep. Clear out the under-brush, and set with mixed grasses, and enclose 100 acres thus of any of our average billy woodlands, with a picket fence (it will co-t not more than per rod), and it will make a secure, living borne for as ninny sheep as now have to live poorly and get bit to death by dogs'' on one or two thousand acres ol open "dog territory." I'll tell you, "Hoy," what's a fact, our " lost Lunatic Asylum " Legisla ture, or some other one more or less sensible, ought to couliscate the sheep of all those who turn their Hocks out into the ivild hill ; aud, if the owner be a " rag-hahv " Democrat, tax him in addition. Yes. " my countrymen," couti-cate his wild muttons ami tax him " mart-money " beside. You. ou tilt lucsllou Ajfaiil l'owKLl.'d Htatio.v, Dec. I'j, 1 ST5. To the Editor) of the Chronicle : I see that " Yor" is very much dis turbed over my Uog article. It's a law in nature that when you attack a here) of animals that each individual mem ber will be molested. Thai's instinct. I did not expect either to gain the approbation of the dog or their wor shipers, in my article. This dog ques tion has become a nuisance in our Btate, aud I contend it should be so considered by our legislators. When "Yor" looki the mutter in the face tbe problem is " Dogs or Kheep." Which will you take, friend " Yor?" dogs, I presume. I tukesheepin mine, mutton chops, buckskin gloves, and mutton tallow for cuts, bruises, Ac, and sheep wool for clothes (I now bave some good Jeans I wear on Hun- days. Dogs are friendly, I admit. Every man should be allowed to keep one uog u ne wants it, tree or taxation, but where more dogs are kept I think it a good plan to tax them and resolve this tax into a Dog Havings Bank fund. This id precisely what ihe law of Pennsylvania provide, for if I am informed correctly, and if that Htnte with Usage ana legisixiive wisdom, dou t understand Unsung problem bet ter than some folks in this county, I ad mit nm1 I sin trumped. Tosny that the good f triners of Kas; Tennessee would contrive for the exec ution of all their old, worthless sheep in ordc-r to get the bene (its of this il y liind is putting rat her a low estimate on th' hones'y of that "lime-honored class." If some one did occasioniirly i t eoip' io piliu oil' a rot-footed, s.'c.b .y-n is it, hi ions old sheep on the Stale for a genuine t'otswold, woulcl'iil the olllc'hils have the snme advantage of him that " Ynr's " lire iiiMiliuicv ftiri-i't would have of 1 l i shooed he no h-i-taxe to burn up his property fraudulently and then collect Ins p.cli. y '.' "Yor" alvis.'s tanner I i enclo" nil tlirir woodlands wi.li "six-'ot pickets." (1 once heard of n ! o who got the li in tier part of a I '.; iu sprout adiilinis'ered to his hat o r fir not lernin'4 to correct tin- e. , i s-ii. "six-foot wool" one day.) It will take twenty thousand dollars to feic the woodlands ot the Eighth District. " Yor," you ' busied " your n put a! ion as a linaicCirr when Vim advise I that plan. If you did'nt Know it, a picket lence will no' stand exceeding ten ynr-c. You will not tltnt :. rod of picket fence in the rural di-trids of any of our back Counties, except it I e arroiitid hou-e yards. What our Legisl'ttur wants to do is to pas- ii l.tA- which wi.l at once adapt itself to the wants of sheep raisers. l'"or the Legislature to say that no farmer should keep sheep ex ivpt those who had "six foot" picket fences would b, unconstitutional, and for " Yor" "r auv other ma.i to sug gest that plan is simply to ir is oil", and no more. 1 say to lite Legislature, piss a law 1. Allowing each fam.ly one dog, and taxing ail others. 2.. Making it a legal act to kt!l nil dogs found straying from home, with out reasonable excue. ;i. Coll verting all tin; money derived from dogs into a "ciog Hind," ui'on which every man who sho ai l lose sheen bv dogs could draw for the value of his sh''e;i. These are my views, and if "Yor" did n't like s.n-h a law he might get up a diove of dogs and harness them to a half sled, ami star! over the snows of Canada on an exploring expedition for the North pole. Kov. Wool Growins- To the Editors of the Chron'e'e: Permit me to again trouble you with my jottings by the wayside in Monroe. I am not satisfied our people are doing all they can in the introduction of sheep. There does not seem to he the conviction that sheep pays better than any other stocK raised, and that they are more profitable for the amount in vested, and the cost of maintenance. In a long interview with two intelli gent wool growers from Indiana a few days since, they state that more clear money is made by raising wool than any other crop grown in that nartof the Sta'e, as well as in Ohio. From a careful investigation made bv them, thev tr- of the opinion we can raise wool in our climate cheaper than any portion of our country, not excepting Mexico, where I . C Armigo sold U0, 000 pounds last year, and owns two million sheep. The great drawback t our success in wool growing lias been secured by Wie t ix ou ilogH which H ha- taken a long time t' bring aliout, uk ii'ir (opli', a nrt:on nt tlw Hair iirocincnif;, arc like tlie svliis.ty and tcjOHffDgrciniiilers. " It n taking away their liljcitie. If our people will improve llie lirte.l of nlii-ep unci increase tli quantity, it will Le o( f.ir more service tliiin i lie i-BiieM now beiii aijil.iteil of the cur rency whether of national luniks, greenbacks or coin. Wool will he a basin or wealth equal to jfolil and silver, and will fill up the farmer's lime in the car aud protec tion of hiii H icks far better than in ko- itiK to the husliiiK to hear Home lean politician bleat of inflation or of con traction, a-i there in ijolbinir to con tract the product to the sheep grower but the d'jH, and they are like a large number of our wise currency politicians are after the pelf. hheep ((razing commends ltseir to our people with great force, inasmuch as it is a means of restoring a large area of lauds that are now turned out as worthless, and to a Blranger visiting our country, it tends to depreciate the value of our lauds in productiveness. There is no use in saying Hast Ten nessee can not produce feed for nlieep as well as Ohio, Indiana and even Mexico, as I do kii'iw from experience and close observation of thirty years. If our people will study treology and chemistry (as is now provided by 1 iw for our cniiuon schools) tlic-y cmii fer tilize the soils of Kast, '1 uliiiissee Willi lime (which is cheaper he'.u Hum in any other jiurt of the world) and pro duce grass with eq ml reuciitiess, as iu Kentucky. It is a trill.; more trouble lo furnish the name amount of fertil..-rs from our luii ; stones, although they have been under inure heat, cons., quentiy, to s ime i-xiint, cry.-taliz-il. liut tin-re is no "excellency without great labor.'' Now, (rras-ts ui.d eheep, wiih im proved breeds of c iwn Jer-eys, and .short Horns and Uevons dossed up on our ac:ive, wiry native scrub, w ill soon change the whole, aspi cl of Ivjsl Teniies-ei-, and itrjrea-e our products four fill, alcove r.u-in:: coin ai.d wheat. This is business with our farmers, aud if my propo-i'i n is not true I have been groping in the bills of Kail Teniies-e.-w ith bo pur pose, and will admit, I do not kn ew what the application of lime, can do. Go ask a nun from Wester i New York (a lime stone district, like our-) why they put ou to their lai'ds a'J io 30 busluls of Blacked lime per acie. when tbe limestone, like a large por tion of ours, crops out above theKurfncc-: go ask. as I did the other day , an indig nant hccuibern cotton planter from Georgia, who was traveling with bis w hole lainily iu li-nues-ee, with every appliance of wealth aud prosperity, what ha 1 enabled him to ove rcome the loss of in goes, property, kn , by the late war? He will tell you guano, barn dirt, phosphate frrtiliter; any name you give it, lime ia the basis, li has restored bis exhausted lands and enabled him to raise corn, wheat, grass, potatoes, &;., that he could feed bis la borer ou, for one-tenth tbe cost of iiu- portn g bis bread from Kast Teuneasee. Ill fact, he was Independent of Teiili see, except for mules, us lie could get bacon from Cincinnati for less than from 'I ennessee. Tim demand for sheep Is now greater that) for any lie riod in thirty years, hipI i . I Ihe vul'i of sheep Is not In proportion to cattle, lions, or niu'es as purchased In Ohio, Indiana or Kentucky. Wheat, corn and lingn do not now pay us in competition with those States, and the common law of self-preservation must induce ns to seek those sources of production as will enable us to pay our taxes, a- in the present low con dition of oiii finances as a State, tax es must com' . or the other alternative ofrepudiatio ensue. Tin Mat- I' Tennessee, the home of a Ja"kson, a Polk, and a Johnson, must not li i Mississippi, be black balled in i 'he great moneyed centers of t'nu voi ', East Tennessee, has got the dim c e, the soil, and all other elements o! extended productiveness and if our i eople will only "Try," as " Miller" did at the battle of Dun dy's Lane, she can do her part. Mid dle and West must do theirs, as they are now engaged in every ellort to immigration, which will be the means of increasing; their products four fold. Xow if we in East Tennessee can not get help, we must help ourselves, and the main question Is how shall we do It. as the thing must be did: more industry, more ecom mv. morp sheer will do much. " r. ' o- " " M"Mt . Where is the man that can't enjoy life with pigs feet at ten centsa dozen? CHANCERY- SALZS OF A XjQTs No. 27ri", 0. L. Cirr-entcr and wife ts. S. T- Atkin et al. Dl'RSUANT TO A DECKER PRONOUNCED I will in fr nt uf the Court Il.uio dnnr in K noxviile. tit public suction to the highest friddor, Ou Saturday9 the IStli day of ccmbfTtsi, at 11 O'clock IhoL't mentioned ' ml defribrd ia thoplwid- ir'f,', lyit'tf ni M'uuie n the hat side m the K no oun liri'ic" nt the foot of Hay rroet. in tie ri'7 of Knnxviile, TeniiP-.-ew, houndf d on the Nrth by Front utreet. on the bust by the ran of the l"t ownel K' g, n-i the Smtb by I md ownei ty K J. Siniurd. and on the e.t by sa Le county biiJee. TKlfiMS s Slid cale w'U be rr.nie uutn a credit of six m r.tlm. un-i in bit of t'o Kiury of rtdemotton. trtktn fr- m tho iurch i.'cr u i.oto with uod tecunty there or. M L PATTERSON, CAM, vovpmbr 17. 1KT' xiwlt I Jii I c A mild aperient anil gentle pnricn live, recuiuuieniled for the cure of all dcranse mcnl' of the atomach, liver and bowels. Uy their timely use much iicknetfs ia prevented. The teat ot many yeara have proven them to be the; aafest, aurcat and beat of all the pills ever offered to the public. They purify the blood, remove all cor ruptions and r.-otore the diseased ayatem to per fect hoikh. AS AN ANTIDOTE TO CHILLS ANU r'KVER, thoy have . iqual. i'OR DYS PtI'sIA.theyaroaapeoifi.!. i'ur SICK 1IKAD ACUEand BILIOuS fOLIC, they are a ure cure, tot CONSTIPATION. UllKU.vlATISM PILES. PALPITATION OK TI1K HFAKT, PAIN IN THE ilUK, EA'.K AND LOINS NKUVcjLsNEsS, a positive remedy. 1'oK FE MALE IhhEiiULAKlTIEri. vritUut a rivi When one d cs n;i "feel very well," a ainit j Pc -ti:!iul:iiei tte stumacn and bowela, restore ti.e appetite ui.d i nrw vitfor to tho ry:cai. I1 Murritv Stp. Not Y- r.rvvr. 1is- BR TUTT'S HAIR DYE Is easily applied, impart a beautiful block brown, iir.d a"U lik u.acic. Tea best in the world. HoM T Rll clniici-t. Prce. 1 rer box " THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE." How many difeaiM hare thir leat In tbe Blood diiMsw which hare treated vainly toryean In aiirht auu out of ten. if the blood ill one wal properly purified, how ann would Health and 11 .LiiUinpH return! Ui II. IT'S tSAR.SAPARIh LA AND yi'KES'rf DKLIGUT UaneTer failing cure lor aii 0100a, ocroiuioui or cypouiuo aia ejut- I. Under the influence of thi 00m pound tbe eye grow 1 clear and tpurkiing, tbe complexion like peart ; ucsigntiy biotcbea. pocK BiarKs, wormi in tbe Beftb. piutplei. and roughne i ot toe vkin dis appear, and tne entire huuiaa organ itation grow redolent with hi-altn. fKIi t OXK IMI.I,AK A ROTTlaK. BOLD BY ALL DkL'UOItTd. LABORATORY, X" Murray St.. K. Y. SMITH, OGDE.i & CO. WHOLF..SALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS, KJS ; V M HI K I . is NO X V I ELF., T E X X :,- I. E. Uercbani ir. 1 others from the country are re'j.ertfully rc'jufaicj to give ut a call before pur'-L.Tciru. f-Twewill not be undenioj. fivw M rti K-nt-, Ve wilt inkil to fy bttflre. ( .t fill. ' beautiful Oil bru4 iins Sft.l, uiounted. ofi re n l of ell lor t-J in an hour. F I'ty Cbromo nKnrj, it ii tbe btui pyiig Bifericjr out. Kveryrxxiy lotes i.d bue rn tur-i. 'r Lav work itnd (iiifinov t r ail, lnen and women, boyt I tid Kirn. wiKiie oroiire tim. daytime if ev;n p(. t uoiue or LmvellinK. in- c) i r . ait;iinr. ttioiuci by return mail- Ttuy tell at sivhu linillLUi'iiit l 'a-: k aco tn the worii It fontaiit" 1 1 fheetji paper, 1 e- re or,fi, i'n, reuh'dder J'encil, patent lard Mexiun vrkfttm ot Ptrlunifry. and a bieoe il Jewelry. H ingle I'ackane with etfgant I rue pokt paia. ceiiU. BEST; Relllni Imttition Oola Watch. In ihe market. 1hi i i Pa e Coin bilver UununfCa4 Ha'eb; Knttluh lolled t-.H pin la :Qnk 8ee'nd I) . at; KuH Jwelcd; Km- panion Hnian- e; Mkel Movt-tueoUi bejutitully rieravd Ciuini : &nd n equnt n annearanoe to a Hold Wioti that eofta from $ .0 tail'O. It ftelU aiidtrauw retell ly fur Iroin to I'j . If yoa wi-b a watch fr your own uif. or to make mon-v on.trTtbt". Mrioe i7 only. W will aeni th le atohe .O. I subjet t eiiiiintifn. if you end l wttb the order, the u .u m ut it- y-u ran pay the Liprcte Co iflbeii h pro mi aatutao- Urr. ATT AN make p'en'lid iy lellir oar " - 4 f " " e Lve oUier otelnee whi' ti itr- a U le a r ' r r. Hi rid ttamp lor out nlu-'f'-i uaulugue, Ai i. P. I. iiLUlK. VUwlilu ,'-w llr'ifori- Mtiil - am ! ir-o mi AND COAL IMVILLEIRONCO., ROLLING MILL, FOUNDRY, laoliine Shop, NAIL AND SPIKE WORKS. OVERI.OOOSIZES llOJND, WQUAlli:, lat, Oval and Half-Round Manufactured from East Tenncsfpo lUfincd Cul 1 E!a?t Clmrcoal Inn. CUT NAILS, All cizef Common FetKC. rinifh, FlooTirc, Ciw- irip, Chnrh. Ii irrel. Jinx ann liatiiitc made Iroui best Chiircoal Iron. All Hand Picked and Warranted the Best in the Market. Pressed Boat Spike i to 7 inch long. All sizes, RAILROAD SPIKE; Ho led, Countersunk and Punched Tram Railroad Track Iron, Rolled Screen Iron. Foundry and Machine Ilavinn rc-crnixizcJ our fchopa undtr Ibc charge ol Mr. A. R, DAVIS, (Latoof Plttaburah), Vi'ho ia a thorough practical Mccbanio and Con atructive Engineer, niib A Large Stock of New Patterns Embracing lereral Paten'a and New Combin tiona, we are prepared to furnish Perfect Light & Strong MACHINERY, Warranted to Give Satisfaction. All Kinds of Machine Re built and Repaired. REPAIRS I'Oil Threshers, Movers and Reapers On bar.ci. Millwrigbta and pe.uona wantimc Machinery nil SAVE MONEY Br giving ns a call before baying. CANE MILLS At reduced nricea. All lengtha and aiui to order. MINERS AND DEALERS IN COAL CREEK COAL AND COKE Prices to Suit the Times TEBMS Villi' ' IU Prominent Advantages THE THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR STANDARD "Wiito4 Clikff SI- CiJiTat Ihualnlity with And Giving'PERFECT SATISFACTION Everywhere. MADE ONJjY BY EXCELSIOR MAN 612, 614, 61G & 618 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, M0. Kxci.rsiVF.i.Y soi.n nY HAWKINS, BUTT & CO., v14.Uweo.Uwjm OSTIM,K.vfKESSi;f;. Financial. THE rHAHKIAND FIRE INSURANCE CO XT KNOXYILL K. Cash Capital, - - 100,000. O F F ICER8: V, T. BOYHTOS, Vice Pres't. JJ. H. EKARDEJI, Prrs't. DIHECTOItS: n ko. w ross, W. I" AST.I.Y. w. 11. n 1 ni,i:v, M. U. SWAN. .1. r.K'ITKHTON, T. iiOYNTON. A. iitNDKKON, In5n',' against T.oa or bnninni 1 y l ire on ruilclirp?. W r-h.Tncliar, I! uppKnld Fwrnituro. Pciriciiial I'rc.icny ueticrully, or. ud taccraHe lerni as other flood ami eoitiici I emianica. Patronize Home Institutions. Hc.n ilii. rftir of the Cnmmirrcl RanV. Knoxvilie. Teun. illdJcc C. JACKSON. Proa't. OF KWOXVILLK. AUTIIOKIZKD CAl'ITAL, $500,000. DESIGXATED DEPOHJTOHY ANI ACCOC&80EB TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KNOX VILLF . STOCKHOLDERS, .R ANDERSON. EriBtol. ROIJ'T L1VK. 11. KAIiNKbT. ilheatown, r . w . 1 A j.uii. K.. uuaaeiivin, M. BAKTc N. Morrictowu. W. BKAZKLTUN, New Market, W.M. 11AKK1S. ludr:uKb V)K). A. IK A IN, . E. HAliT. C c vfcand. cAIvi. aicK l M UnJlUA JACKhi.Kroiviilo.W. W. WOOUKIFF, Keoeivea Dci.o.it" I! urn an l.-.ella tiiofannie, enrroni liank Ncieh, I ui'e.i hiates. Mace, Cc unty Uennral Cullertcbn ai.d ii.inl.iliu Hiicc hucpc -ci,cni oi ine cniieci mhim, crpi., iooiwnin i. MrCI.rN'i. l'res. K. H. LKAht'i.N V. P KXQXVILLE TL?fJr. Figaro ut lfar,- t.-.rN. Ii. II. Ur-:KiAK. I ! H. ii. IiXAX.'."-' Hrrivvn BM pnaleic. ItiiyHittd sic YPUAMCC mil! CU!.P irMlJl iJULL'i DILH-'-c Comptroller'a Warrants Jt VtcurreTit liank lih. AMt ' c j- N .ss K K yt V. V or Taxca oa a.nj. vSOiAnlDm EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. KNOX VII. LB, TKNIf. WILLIAMS, STURCES & CO., WHOI.KSAI.K AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Cap, Letter nud Nute Tapers. Envelope. Inks, Slated, &c. Cliromua und Picture Frames, The Largest Ktoek of Wall Paper in Eat Teuu. Kchool and College Text Looks MKK1IIA.MH CAN 111 Y AT LOW t NT JOBBIIKV KATE. J T O f l viwl2m B. R. STRONG, Grocer & Produce Merchant, IIo. 33 Northeast Corner Market Square, Opposite City Hall, Knoxviile. Lord & Taylor, Importer aul Dealers in Foreign and Domestic) s Will, owing to their great incceat daring the past leaaon, in filling Orders from all parti of the United Btatea, give greater ATTEN TION to OUT-OF-TOWN bucinoaa. With as enlarged DEPABTMEN1 and Increased FA CILITIES, they will fill all orders by mail with their nana PROMPTNESS, and, they trust, with COMPLETE SATISFACTION. lil.AfK and 00I.0UKD KII.KS, FA I.I, and W1NTKR DRESS 000US, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, LINENS, HUNTS, C. AIo, IIAMIlURdS INSERTIONS, KDlilNUS, IR1MMIN0S, 0. PLAIN and FANCY HOKIEKy. ULOVBS. UM B HULL A3, ete., etc. Each Department leini eomplete and replete with all th, novelties to be found In the European maiieta. f Our Ladle"' Phoe Department eonUina a atpclc uuauriiaicicec tor elfK.inre eacalnlity unci luwneva ol pnoe. tier, iiota lor am inejuure ment aent on application. M6 Complete aaortcrent of Gent1 Fumiahlnc Oooda. bhim Gol ara, Cuffa. Tic, II o. (J i. Ac. (Joocla lent to any part f lb. eoanlrjr. Hhirt meaauremeoU aent on a pplio.Hti"D. arhor tbe aocommo4ation of Ladieand ram ilic wbo are enable to viicit the o ty. full lioci o aampleaof all tirade nf IlryllocxJa will be aeni. and oiciora b auail nlied with tho ireateat poaaible care Broadway and Twentieth street IN V YOHli. f i C M I To events and utSfra. male and I T b I I fmuale. a t'l ac-crrc aud beautl I full illuatraUxt I'" N.vel- lUlVlt'l'"l"'u K. KViuiik ft Iff n I I sj Lroe'iwey. h'.w York. Ti'i"ecyl :ui OF Are Economy in Price iltiSupsricr Construction Quick Uniform Baking Ilaiidsomc Designs UFA GTU11I NG CO. JNO. M. BROOKS, Fee & Trent. PETER STAI'B. li. I,. SMITH. P. M. Mcl'U'NO. J.V'O W. UHOOKS. F. II. McCLUNii. Vice Pros't. J. W. LII.I.AKH 5 NATIONAL BANK CASH CAPITAL i'A!I IN, 1JO,OOC OK THE UNITED HT TEs?. Johnaon City. N. BOUAHT. Philadelt.hu H. S.l,ANE.KnoxTUI, JUS. JAOHEM. paiictridno. r . ll.AlnCIiliKU, r. i , nnoivmo. S. It. BOYD. J. W. LI LLAE". Kra. JANE JAQUES, KoreiRD and domoaico, Dealora io (fold. Silver. Un- and Cori'O'nti- n li.mcla anu Coiincna. and will dc .V. Mc-iiHE!i, lraicetlt. Cafili ir. imi'Jl McKixsar. Ana't Cmhier. r'eor Bank cf Knoxviile niit: t u HitttB. hu l.'Uv. Jay KK0XVILL. ItKNt&iicE V. '.U irf.titart a (icneral H:ntuic Ld )roKe bki' U'lsiiu", reoeive Lepofite. uxue certiliCAtn ol bpoM.. lien 1 in ticbuiJite, huy Hoiii &n K'iUer. Haiti' ..jrrs komi und tockd. V,"e prnfr that CollertorB ot Revenue nhculd M.uivn perron or nend tuntifl hy ao aicent In strnd ol' ny mail or exproap. v 8dwim luK. H. M ITCHTC!L. Oarhier GEORGE BROWN, WHIlLkHALS AND KtTAIt, I IlLIU IX Agricultural Implemeiits and Machinery, GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWEH AND Ccnmission Merchant, KNOXVILLB, TENN. llaa oonftiinlly on band The r-tudibaker Wajron, the Burkoys Reaper and Mowor and Keapor, thn 8m- vla'u Straw Cuttura. the liusaull Troub Ing Machine, the Whoe'er & Millock i nreonmn Machine, the Ilap-orictown Sulky Hay Kake, tho KHler Wheat Drill, the Uurhoye Cider M ill, the Prizu Cane Mill, Ithe Iilanchard Churn, tbe Avery Onx-hor e htuol Plow, Brown & Man ley's Iron-Beam Dimble-Shovel IMow, Froat & Uuntor's " Farmer's Frinr.d " One and Two-hor Plow UoKcy's Wash ing Machine and Wringer, Sinclair Corn bhtllar, the C'ary Thribble-goared Down or Mounted Horte Power, for from 2 to 10 horaes, Frii & Co's Stoam Ungino, and other machinery. Ilaa also full stock of Field tfc Garden Seeds Of ,toi7 lar et;. Superphosphates and Guano An ' every bint uauallw k' pi ia an ctablihmret of tlcia kind, w teu e piov ee toaell to all who iieet enyibina ic, ocr liu ubeap lor oa h, or ea ctians, i r i rci lu-e. vl-etlns !