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JtooirbUlt Sftttthlg WinQ ant) Cjjwradt; MUuiicstmn, gctcmbtr 22, 1875
BLOUNT COUNTY. KtisoilOB AtTntw In Dllllfr'a Co-D-prrat Htragglc Mwe it roamabl Mii4l Prlaontr. Maryvili.e, Ten., Dec. J.I, ISTj. To the Editors of the Chronicle : At tbe liutt tu rn of Hip Circuit Court, Jack Davis, who had for eouie lime kept Buitastauding, in which ho wan (lefeiidHiit, uml tlic State of Tpiines'i'e plaiutiU', was convicted In several nils demeanor cases, and sentenced to work out, the line and coMh In the work house. Home time after court, heiuK at work In accordance with toe oen tonce, Jitck walked off without hld ilinR tils guard cood bye. Ho litis hcen keepintr himself very scarce ever since, until a few days ai;o the otlieers heard of his whereabouts, and last Wednes day morning Constable W. W. Kresh our, i( Tuckaleechee 'ove, with a puard, went into the vicinty where Davis was thought 1 1 ho Maying, in Miller's Cove. The Constable and puard secreted themselves until a favor able opportunity, when Davis made Ills appearance, whereupon, Kreshour seized him. Upon this, a sharp scuttle ensued, the ofllcer tlrawln;; Ills plmol, whereupon, Davis seized and turned it attempting to shoot Krehour, hut the officer placed his thumb on the nipple so that it could'nt fire. About this time Hans Davis, brother to .Tack, came up with an oxe, trying to inter fere. J. A. 8nlder. the guard, (-truck Jack Davis with a pistol, which en abled Freshour to release himself from him, and upon this he llred at Hans, the ball taking effect in his leg just he low the knee. Upon this the Consta ble gave Jack a blow over the head, which brought him to terms and he now has resumed husiuefs in the work house. Much credit is duo Constable Freshour for his vigilance, during, and determination in bringing the prison er to suffer the penalties of the law, as lie has become something of a desper ndoe. If all civil officers were as ac tive as Freshour, violators of the law would fare only moderately. v. TEMPERANCE IN CAMPBELL CO. I.ndxrn r (;ool Tcuiplnriv Organized. llev. J. F. Goldman, Grand Lectur er for the I. O. of (I. T. fr K-.ist Ten' nessee, has just returned from a two weeks lour in Campbell county, with very gratifying results. Having suc ceeded in organizing three Dodges of Good Templars. On the 9th inst. the Well Spring Dodge with i!4 members and the fol lowing officers : J. H. Clnlborn, W. C. T.; Cas-ieClai-hom, V. V. T.: J. D. Miller. Sec; 1'. M. Childress, F. H.; M. S. Kobinson, Tieas.; G. W. Ft-tree, Chupluin; )r. A. Maupiu, W. M.; Jennie Robinson, V. D. M.; ID. Childress, I. K. Miller, O. G.; Julia Petree, It. H. H.; Sallie Itobinson. L. H. H.; Sallie Mo New, Assistant Sec; H. O. Ferrel, L. D. On tho 12th Inst., at Careyville, the Pleasant Hope Lodge, with 2!1 niem bers and officers as follows : T. O. Stewart, V. C. T.; Hattie Champion, V. V. T.; K. P. Shelton, Sec; Henry Waismau, F. S.; Mrs. T. O. Stewart, Treas.; John Kmiddy, Chap.; P. N. Adklssoii, W. M.; Lucy Homer, V. D. M.; Lizzie Waruack, 1. G. ; W. A Warnack, O. G.; M. Scar borough, A. Sec ; Mrs. P. N. Adkis Hon.lt. H. S.; Mrs. J. M. Homer, L. H. S.; Capt. J. W. Ault, L. D. On the 13th inst., at Jacksboro', with 2( members, the Mountain Star Lodge, with the following list of officers : Prof. W. K. F. Mibern, V. C. T.; Mis9Lou Itichardson, W. V.T.; A.. I. Weir, Sec: E. D. Gross, F. S.; J. M. Dibee, Treas.; W. Allen, Chap.; '1'. W. Drown, W. Mary l'etersou, W. D. M.; (J. K. McFaiiand, I. G.; A. Hut sou, O. G.; Mary Maddtn, It. H. S.; Louisa Drown, L. H. S.; Klizabeth Graham, A. Sec; W. Allen, L. D. These lodges are the result of twelve days work, beside lecturing scvend times in other places. "i'uetit are Stubborn Tlilnuv' Thousands of lnnnuii hf-iniM are yearly borne on tho swift current of ilisease down to the grave, ju-a because they do not possess u sullicii ni knowl edge of themselves. A man niiieUhis neighbor, aud the lii.-i saluthiinu is, now are you : or "iiow is vour health?" The reply Irequently is, "Oh, I am well, with the exception of a cold." Most persons lightly r-uurd a cold. Header, do you know that a cold is one of the most dangerous of maladies 7 A cold not only clogs up the pores of the entire system, and retards circulation, hut it is productive of Catarrh, which is quite apt to lead to Consumption. "Oh," you say, "it is nothing but a 'cold' in my head." True; but 'that cold" Is really a mild form of Catarrh, and if not arrested in its course will become chronic. Ca tarrh is one of the most disagreeable. offensive affections in the catalogue of diseases, liie passage to the nose is obstructed, the seuseof smell impaired. aud here is a disugreeable sensation of pressure lu the head. In the more udvauced stages, there is a discharge having an offensive odor. If the dis ease be allowed to continue iu its course, thick, bard incrustations will form in the head, the bones of which sometimes become softened aud break away iu pieces. Why will persons continue to sutler from such uu mi noying, disgusting disease, when they cau just cs well be cured of it? Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy will cure the worst forms of Catarrh ; iu fact, it is tneoniysure aud sate remedy which has yet beeu olfered to the nubile. Many harsh, irritating preparations may, for a time, relieve the urgency ui me symptoms, but they do not cure the disease. Dr. Safe's Catarrh Rem. edy is soothing aud healing in its eflects, and when used with Dr Pierce's Nasal Douche, according to uirecuous, uitew uot tail to ell Vet a cure, Bold by all Druggists. Tweed. Many people believe that Win. M Tweed in iifili ni in fir Tt ,1. i- Certain facta which give color to this opinion are detailed iu our local col umns. It is at least to be said in favor of this theory that it is as well, if uot Dctiei Bujnuveu iuuii auy oi uie guess es that iuclude a Journey abroad, since ail or the latter have thus far failed to Indicate bis mode of departure to a for elgn country, N. Y, Trlbuue. EBENEZEli ITEMS. Drarnntle F.BtertntmmrBt. Eiif.nkzer, Tkkn., Dec. IS, 1875. To the Editors of the Chronicle : The " Dudget" O.mmittee of the Ebenezer Literary Society gave an en tertainment on the 2'Uhiilt., consist ing of dialogues, tableaux, charades, dramatic readings, vocal music, eic. The exercises were exceedingly laugh able, and evinced no ordinary degree cf ingenuity n tit- part of tho com- IllittC". VICE I'KKKII'-KM' WII.SO.V. Our Lycuui devoted the eveid ng of the 4th inst. lo eulogies on the death of this distinguished statesman. Several line essays were lead by dillerelit Inenibeis of llie Society, which showed forth (he characteristics of the decea-ed in w.i eli ijucnt and iinprcsi-ive manner. S.iaie extemporaneous adi'iesses were also made, which were interest ing and practical. The lollowiog ic-olutions were cil'ered by C. A. Price, and unanimous ly adopted : IIKHKA, I lild Society has ln 'r " with the mo-t profound sorrow, l', the death of (, iy Wilson, Vice President cf the United States, and ( lie of our noblest anil must devoted statesmen ; one whose life was sacri lleed upon tbe altar of bis country, aud whose brilliant talents were de voted to the welfare of the Nation and the promotion of her common interests; therefore, Jlcmilvril, That, while the whole country is covered with signals of dis tress, we cast our humble tribute of respect aud admiration upon the grae of our great and noble Henry Wilson. l'KAliODY SCHOOL. A'u enthusiastic meeting of the citi zens was held at this place on the Kith inst., looking to the establishment of a Peabody school at L'Uenezer. An un usual interest was manifested by every one present, aud but one idea seemed lo possess aud control the meeting i. e., a permanent school now and here. We say to Kbtnezer " stei iu while the waters are troubled." So mote it be. One of our farmers Iostagood " work hand," aud another an "amiable" daughter the 12lh inst., by that "fell destroyer" matrimony. The bless ing they received, as they proceeded for parts unknown, might be considered nun com pus mentis by diviues. We saw him as lie rode upon an Absolo- in mil the mule with a sTidden eleva tion of the other end aud descent of the opposite caused him to assume a vague iook aim tencieriy ruu ins lower ex tremities, as he silently mused how he came to lie in that " darned brush pile." FKKB THIXKKK. "IUom Vour Owu Ham " Knoxvim.e, Tknn., Dec. 14. 1S75. To the Editors of the Chronicle : Hancock county is u well It's Han cock county a place where the "male bull" lurnlsheth the saddle animal, and the bull-tongue plow winds mer rily Klong the fertile slope, and the tiller of the soil caileth to his nag woa-haw !" aud "look at him there!" A candidate once niailo a speech there. The beauty of the day im pressed him, aud he elaborated there on, lie exhausted the Dictionary. and wound up his peroration by ex claiming: " Why, even the winds cease to blow." A leather-gallowsed, copperas-breeches citizen, with no fear of apple brandy before his eyes, re marked : "stranger, wherein (?) do they cease to blow?" The question was one of "squaring tho circle;" unanswerable. The American naturally arises to the outlook ; wherein doth the winds of development cease to blow over our country? Answer : we must do our own blowing, we Have mineral wealth aud other inducements to the capital ist and the euteriirisiug stranger, but so have other States. Our relative su icriority must be established by reso ute blowing and systematic represen tation. We are in the world's market; we must not only talk about our goods. but must bring those goods before that world In person or by proxy. .Drum ming is the recognised method iu bus iness ; therefore, let us tuke a business view of the situation and brace our drums for the centennial. No matter who rattles tho slicks, to we make a noise. Wherein, I am " Dric-a-Bkac." Mnryvlllo Items. Very muddy, aud rather cold. Chancery Court was a failure Mon day, the Chancellor and Kuoxville bar failing to make their appearance. owing to the fact that no cars come over this way that morning. Cunt. J. M. Greer, whoso health has been so tickle this fall and winter, is again improving. New Providence Church (Preobvte- rlau) elected two additional eldeis Sunday Messrs. J. A. Greer aud W. 11. Clemens. Christmas has begun; almost every boy lias a toy pistol, firecracker, or other noisy implements. Dr. D. A. Morton returned last week from Georgia. Ho reports the Kuklux as still running tilings iu that section occasionally. w. Maryville, Dec. l.f, 187,". December 1j, 1S7o. To the Editors of the Chronicle: It Is reported that Hons Davis, who was shot in Miller's Cove last Sunday, by Constable Freshour, is in a painful condition, The ball fractured the hone, aud at last accounts the marrow was exuding from the wound and he had not yet secured the services of a surgeon. Chancery Court isat work. Chancel lor Temple presiding. We might mention the presence of several mem bers of the Kuoxville bar, for they are here hut then they aro used to it, and will uot be insulted if one letter is written about one of the Courts they attend without el ving their names and military, and other ex-olHces. w. Representative McFarland, of the First District, denies, in a card sent to the Kuoxville Press aud Herald, that he voted for Kaudall for Speaker. Our understanding is that the Tennessee memberssteadily supported Kerr, who is not au inflationist. Tbe Nashville American should read them out of the party. Memphis Avalanche. STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Programme nt lh llevrmti Annnnl Mrrllnc nt KbosvIIIc, Okkick. ok State Si pkuintkndknt OK PeHMC iN&TKflTKIX,' Nashville, Dec. 1,1, 1S75. The att"titlon of County Superin teudenls and Teachers Is called to the following programme of th- Animal Meeting of the State Tcu-lvis' A-soci-ation of Tennessee, : n I c licit I in the city of Kuoxville, on the L'S.h, L'thli anil "Hih insis., when u many Super intendents ami Te icbers cm c.uive liielitly lit- present are invi'ed to at tend. Kespt ctfully, Li: tN Tltor.-KAl.i-:, State Sup':. First day, ! a. M .- Or .ni-.ai Ion. 1. Prayer. S ing of welcome. ;. Ad-dre-a of welcome. 4. Music by choir. 5. Address, " l'rogre-s of K, location in Tennessee," by j. 1!. Lindsley, M. 1). 0. Itcniarks by o'hers. 7. Mii-ic. J 1'. M I. Addiess, "Relative Dis cipline of l.inuuisi le and Scieutilic Studies," by Muj. it. W, Jones. U. Mu-ic .'I. Discussion. "The Place of Physical Sciences in the Public Schools." 4 Music. 7 P. M. A i Id res-, ly Prof. J. L. Puchanau, "Progress of Ivlucation in Virginia." Second day, it A. M 1. Prayer. Music. ;i. Kcporl of lixeeutive Com niittee. 4. Discussion, "Plan of Per manent Organization of the Associa tion. " 5. Music, (i. Address of Prof. Stearns on Normal Schools. 2 l M.--1. Address on the Dest Methods of Conducting Recitations and Examinations, by W. F. Shrop shire, of Obion county. 2. Discussions on same subject. .'I, Miscellaneous remarks. 7. l". M. Address by Dev. Dr. Sears, followed by liriet extemporaneous ad dresses. Third day, ! A. M 1. Prayer. 'J. Music. Ii. Address by Dr. RuH'iier. 4. Remarks in discussion. '2. P. M Meeting at the Association in sections. 7. P. SI 1. Adtress by Superinten dent Trousdale uu the "Centennial imposition iu ('collection witli the Work of Education in the State," fol lowed by discussions on the same. 2. Closing exercises. The Superintendents will meet Wed nesday, Dec. Lit, at 2 v. St. Arrangements have been made for half fare rates to all delegates to the convention over the principal rail roads of the Slate. Kind Words. Kind wnrdi never blister tlio tongue or lips. And wo liavo never hoard of any mental trouble arising from litis quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet tliey ac complish much. Tliey help "lie's own good nature snd good-will. Soft words softer our own soul. Angry words aro fuel to tli o llinno of wrath, and make it burn more fiorcely. Kind words make other peo ple eood-IMtured. Cold words trec.o ueoulo. and hot werds scorch them, mid bitter worda iiikUo bitter, and wrathful words iniiko them wmllitul. I hero is eucli a rush of nil other kind of words m our day, that it seems Uesiralilo to eivo words chance among tbum, Theroiiro vain words, and profane words, and boisterous words. anu luio woras, ana siny worus, una imsiy words, and HpittMiil words, and emnlv words, and warlike words. Kind words also produca their own imnga on men's souls. And a boaulitul imHgo it is. ihey soothe, and quiet, and comtort the nearer. I hey slmmo him out ot his sour, morose, unkind feelings. Wo have not yet begun lo ii.m) kind words in such abuudiineo as tliey ought to bo usod. Rough on Pill-Bags. Two of our prominent citizens a doctor and a dry goods man happened to go to Chicago on the samo train ono day this week. W hen tho train stopped at Clinton Junction, a gentleman and ids wile got aboard. The dry goods man khook hands and spoko to them, wnen tlio doctor did thosaino. Alter being seated, tlio doctor asked tlio dry (roods man who they woro. lln was told, nnd tho physician exclaimed: O, ves, now I remember. 1 liavo pro scribed for him and his family a number of times." The merchant answered, "I should think you would know them, then.'1 "Well," replied tho physician, "1 pro scribe for a great many whom 1 never seo again." "Yes, yes," rejoined the dry Roods man, "and no one else ever sees them again, cither!" Tho doctor had no moro to say, joined in tho laugh which thu joke provoked. Janesville Gnxette. Arranging for the Palo Horseman. From the Newport (Pi.) Newt, All old gentleman residing between this place and lekcshurg had a largo locust tree cut and tho trunk taken to a saw-mill and cut into two and ono-fourth ineli plank about twelve years ago. These planks he put in a dry place to season, where they re mained until about a month ago, when ho delivered them to a cabinet-maker to man ufacture into a collin for hi in soil', which was accordingly done. Last week tho cof fin was delivered to tho tdd gentleman, well finished anil iiohIIv made. He admir ed it very muc h, plsced hims'df in it to see if it was a "good lit.,' flu ordered tlio lid to be put on that i light see how it goes to bo shut up iu I, e lii n . lie. was salistied that it whs righi il ilien gavo orders that thoy should Lot , him ia a secluded spot in the wood w eero tho devil could not tied him. After making out e spot and blazing tho trees to the place, he pronounc ed himself ready to die, saying ho hud mudo amplo preparations. NEW WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE. Wo offer to tho Merchants of East Tonnessco and sur rounding country a very largo stock of CLOTHING, carefully selected to suit this market. Our prices aro as low as thoso of any Eastorn Houso and our terms equally favor able. Wo will retain tho Retail Branch of our business, and shall endeavor to continuo to give satisfaction. F. HEART & CO. 133 HAT ISTHLET. lltkUwl? EAGLE WING PROPELLER. Triumph in Mechanical Art! lr H,t N to th form ef thf Ilt-lictieltt! Scrpw. a ennoatfrt ,r-ptl lintc nirttti' fertile,! Iy a ut,i"n tit ettsy nuinar,l and rearwitrtl curve, wluoh tail only MVoiiU MiriiteTttut tt.etion, r tli,. let urawn the Winer in Irutn the cirt-uinferctu-e belt. causlliK a Compacted Discharge Directly Aft. A rtvtv tr m! fpf v a.t tint, It on the YucM "l.i-eke' t " at Not V-irk. A ' True Screw" and ''Klt'e Wit'H," eie-ll l-t'la tel. nt 4'4 fetl tltaitiif ler, with IS inehot wetlti el It a.le ntel S tnt ,ie h tttT'i run. rtftec'ive!j. nndr a tte.itu jircs-aire of (lit lbs., ittVii'K loe tel,iw:nn icsull: 'Tm'ic Scio.w :" UV(ilittiiu s per minute, ?h; 'I itlul revuluti"iis, J.' e0 r llistauee per hour. 1.1 1-H miles or M.SIO feot. "I'AOLK Wino:" Kt'vnlu'ioin yr.r tninntp, ltS ; TUl revolution, ln.i H ; Ins tun i' ) i or tiiur, i 10 milt 8 or S.,; I feet. Tli) popitivr slin f if the "True Fcrew" wix I S K -1 ' HT C"l t HII'l lllll NKUATItR flip of tbe "Ui'K o inir" h 4 In pt r i t:ut UitVcrono on the iVh nt r'i Z :! 1" X'vr cfn. Tho innitei'tive WKKTt'CHtrr i,( i.or.-c'i'OWLT. utJ'"' cxn'iiuoi, were. an lili. in li..s-lttil 2 i-or cnit. inurp tur ine irue ti'w. ' wliilct thu I-.iir; t nitc jtvo 1 t) W por nt- fUiM-riiT ', it vcs-vl. The BRKrKie i-tn uu Jl ti l ncr rent- ,sui-eriur ellicieiui ior the "iilu W inc." O inters of Vessels 'Aug tti- lN"ptlr. cn. n they ohoote, tiinin- t.iiu tiieir rc.-cnt iot"l wita 20 to 25 Per Cent. Less Fuel; Or, with the nui.' funl, nttnin the nbove per cent ul hiRher specu. ITS VSE APPLIES TO Lic;ht Draught River Steamers Ai woll nit to Lake and Ocean Vessels. The ("nihinel iut erect, un ler Domestic nnd Fore;ffu I'dtciiU, ! controlled by the 'Patterson Propeller Co' N. A. PATTERSON, President. THOS. I. RAMSEY, Sec. &. Treas. COMPANY OFFICE: LEJIOIR'S, TENN. Ir.quiricw ad-lree i to the Compiiny Office will rereive prompt attention, Unlern aiHreie-i to the Conit'iiny. cure of C. H. IjKLa MAXKK & CO.. Ship an i Knffine JtiiiUtcM. J-ont ol Went Ihirtenth btroct, isew YorU." wilt banrotnntiv tilleJ. Circiilnr I'rioo IintH furnished hy the borrotary. Tiil.dwt BMiST TR!iESSEL J.AN1) AGENCY. ENlltMlKtlCd 1N(5. CHARLES SEYMOUR, Attorney at Lav Coiuniissionrr of Ihifds, ovea(i.ii. t,ryiRft iron t a i. ii Manv Desirable Properties AND taeeb t Hnoc or All ItiiNiurMM I'f rf ulaliiK l livnl r.Htntv M3ps and Abstracts of Title t'UHSISIIED. tSPIClAL ilTIJIIOlt QITBN Til Mining ar.il Timber Lauds OlUiANIZATION OF COMPANIES AND PI.ACISO OF COLONIES. Tlili EAST 1'ENNESSEE LAND REtllSTEK IH-fttrriptive Priro List of huntlrcdg of properties with Mui of Euit lcnnetuea neat on receipt ol StHIDp. OftifB Fintt door loutb of E. T. Nationl Bank. 1 1." Uay Street. KnoxvillCjTenn, vlKvltwfiin MILTON T. ADKINS, ATTORNEY--AT--LAW, WARTBURG, TENN. Oivei special n'tention the exsminiitiin, per fciinv antl ubritructing of Lud liitoo iu MoritiiB anU aJjuiniug cuHntiea. COLLKCTIOXS PROMPTLY MADE. T?t)Wtf Chancery Court, at Knoxville O. 1 Temi'le Vs?. II.-W. Johnson, Karnrot C. Johnson, Arthur C Juhnsnn, Mary J, liun ett, LyJm lan, li.iilT S. ItrnD unU Ctas, i. Mo.utley. aim r of J, ht Johnson. docM. IT APPKABINQ FROM THE AMENDED A and bupplutnent'il Jiiil, which u swirn to, thatthedoleniantt,iiuDry W, Johnson, Karnm C, Johnson, Arthur C. Johnson, Mar? J, iiur nett. Lydin K, Dean and liiily S, Dean, non rosidenu ot'the State of iennesNoe, It ie ordered that tho defendants above named appear before the Chancery Court ut knoxville. ToDnessee, on the 1st Monday in January next 1H7.' and make delenae to the origiu-l and amended aupple meutat bill ld iu this caue. or tho lame will he taken fur eonfeeaed, Ihii notice wiU be mb luhed iu the Kuoxville VV hig and Chronicle fur four eucoe-slve 6ek, A true copy Attest, M. Ii. PAlXKKfciuN, C. A M. Hy W. A. UALbl'AITH.D.CicM, Deoember 3, U7 xiiw-lt, lry ;oo1n, A.r. 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GEARINGS, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, TURBINE WATER WHEELS, CANE MILLS, H0LL0V WAE.E, Abram's Pat. Gravu Covering KINDS. AN1 CASTINGS OF ALL oi'K srot'K OK i a. i Is unjurj,it-',l I'.v ittty itt tlio SiBc. ttcii wo ro- lt;if,'' I- l,y rti r-t nil vrH"im who p,,ii -t 'tui'l.'ite onil:inr 'tl rff,i. i ri it Mills, or oliit-r Mtc(iir,tTV. to j ve ti rttll liHorts pur fliiiitii.it ol.-ewhure. MACHINERY REPAIRED 1'KOPUKI.Y AMI WITH bl-PATCII PRICK C ilEDUCED To mil the tiiiR!. sfi v 12m RiiTHBONE'S ACORN COOK. With or without Portable Hot Water Reservoir and Closet. Eji't iij u cii-fi:tiaei Z'.m, tut gst cs, With all latest improvements. Largest Oven and Flues, Longest Fire Box for long wood. Ventilated Oven, Flro Back and Fir, Box Bottom In. turpi a Quick, Sweet and Even Bake and Roast. Swing Hearth and Ash Catch. Won't soil floor or carpet. Ourable Double and Braced Centers and Ring Covers. Burns but little wood. Has Mica or Solid Iron Front. Carefully Fitted Smooth Castings. No Old Scrap Iron Nickel Plated Trimmings. Tin Lined Oven Doors. Ground and Silver -like Polished Edges and Mouldings. Heavy. Best New Iron: Won't crack. WAS3A1IISD BiIi:rA:T027.- Manufactured by RATHBONE, SARD & CO., Albany, N.Y. Hold by an Enterpritlnq Dealer in every Town xt 1 1 w tin w jam: j BEST MILLS Iu East TMiDfssi ft for Sale Were knmvn during the war hs tho WHITE MILLS . 1 have put J'VUifi worth of Rood nn'i tubHtunlial iiiinrovetuenta on theiu hinco. 'J he (treat frwliets ot i7 and T'tdiinot tlaui uce thtm ton dolUm. It would fuit two lueu a ood r tt miller, a gimd carder wml mwyer. A1m. I have an Mi acre FARM I'oH tSALK ; a'ren cleorod. leven crctk bottom, with buitable huilditr"-vt;ry line tiuitx r and tcood outlet f r utock. o;ber land could he purchased ut ar lor further p uriicular. p lyase addrtws C. W CATLLTi. Catlottluigh. Swier Co., Let Xenu. liilwl in '3HDH-B- Lamar House, KNOXVILLE, TENN. JOHN SCEESF, PKOPRIKTOU. My aiui will he to keep in the future what Knox ville has Iulk neoaei, A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL t ha the advantae over all other hotels in t3 city iu rt-yard tolocuiuD, Loing aitualed LN THE ItlSISfiSd CiJXTKB OF IHK CITY. Good Bed ( an excellent Table and attentiv airvanU awa t the traveler- Teruii wiU be reasonable and the Public are Invited to give the house, under the new unmade Djcnt. a trial. JoUN tCiiKHK- W. II. Lillabo, Clerk. iv.wly DOMESTIC MACHINES. LiWrnl TVntit tit T-. rnni;poTBeconrl-niiiiil Machine of every dm cripUon. DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS. T!ie Unit Paltrrnt nttdf. Hnd nctf. lor ('-ftftlnRi!.. ftidrcjs SEWSIO UACICl'E CO. Auiri Wimv. - KtlV VOltK. $12,1. l nth, tnf. Au"ntt wnntul, lltitlltand rtt:s trf. I ttt'R ii t'n , Atitrtistj. Maine SHUN DRUG PO I SONS. mkiu'Mn;: ki:npi:tu;d usklkssi Volta's Electro Eclts and Bands nro indTiMl hv tho m. rnrnont by(tiiin9 la n W'tml .r i hn rxirv ( rltt'uinttirtu. ucuritlfiiit, livnr cninpliunt, 'h 5t '.itt, knin y ih-ra-o, HrhfH, i'inn-i, ticrvnurt tintoTtliT1, h'fl. foii.ul cctni.iaint", 4ifrvou& tul (t-mhthI iitili-, w ii t.thnr chrunio ui.'n,ijti! nt' the cl;wt. hf oi, I vor, Mnnnch, Kitl vvy an I hlond, UnoV. wtti iul) iirticuinti lre iy Vni.TA 1 1 k t. t en. Cirriniuiti, '. (H77 l'Kli WKKK ituira: ami F'-Mi'i. , in th- tr U) I n ttH I KIT KKKK. hK V . :o . Auituiiu icuirantfie- in AiienU. Mie own luCiiluy. Icrnui A Id row P. n.V10L- AuKunta, Mo. dJOriixr dtiy nt hnm, Sum f I n wurlh $1 HvP.Uirff. .st)i.h ,V l. . I'nrtUn-l. Mf. IfSYCIUIM M!i . n H ho I i liV I A H M I N !? How ithrr rvx tnny ta--,innin nd tain th Invo anJ nffpctinn nt imv ffrcon Ihey rhorme, intnntly. I hin rt hU run ihikmvf. Ire', hy mail, 't Ii cent ; tmt'thr with MirrntB (luide, Kiryptian Oracle, I'renui. Ilmtii li Lmlina etc. l.iMi.lnnt n-.ia. A queer b.i. k. AdJreu X. WIL LIAM .V Co.. Puhii-her. J'tutsilelroi. At Kl '-. the k eatot rhitrcf of the nga, A ilto', with tM8tii, ititit nal Co'init t At lunta, a. mai.yi7and i: Y K a ti d K 4 1 I si I T I IT E, III. ' liHrlt Sir fi. Iln1ilnnrr,lll. t.KOHHK KKri.TN'). M. . l ite Yrf of Ky ami K ir Surircry in toe VahiiiKlii Vni-M'pit)-. Surgeon hi ctiaiK Tlio lurirn h tnii-'oiue rch!enie of tho !! Cimiii.h I'ailnM, hnn hnen tittid up wilh nil th iinprm nnftit in I nt-,l in thu I - to.tf S'Hnm.ft or Kt Roi-r., t'.r he rvinl trstuirni of this clang of dl-e;iM'iV Ai-v IcMrr I lil MKa; Itt I I f. 1r hiirirmin in 1'hnrire. -.f in TlH'riiav. !u-ine,v hauoral-U ? J IU IUnd hi'Tttivr. AenU Wunuil. Aliin.( M am in Sut lly o., Mnrion, O. aivi;k 1 1 sr.ii'N u t,Ki i A J lurniil -f lufor unit ton for A-lvertisen. Kdition.,.t.f)i'('i'ii'.-'. Vuhtifhi'l wtnk y. 1 eraii, 9- icr annum, in inJva:oi', KiTd ;icitiicn copieg (diiToront clato-) to ono nitre !ur '.." o a. Office, No. 41 l'ark Kow, New York. OKO 1'. UOWKI.LA-Co.. Kilitorn nnd Puhlioheri BURR & TERRY, LUMBERfl s h a rx v a'LJ MANUFACTUKKHM, orFS.B FOR flAI,B SASH, BOORS, BLINDS, MOUL.D1KOC, Weat h crboa r d i n g , AX HANDLES, PICK HANULKh, HAMMER HANDLES, HATCH KT I! ANLtLK SHOKKH. Thoroughly Seasoned Plank, Ve low Poplar, Pine nd Ash, Framing Lumber OK ALL IZK.-. JOB WORK' Oltxi: T KDEB, AND ,() Kai-tory K. iM-iot CHA. . VT. SePU CO. STOVES & TINWARE. i I IK. CKLIHllATKI) FASLiON COOK STOVE, L'NtVil - II IX J'rOitoiiii, Com furt, .Y film m, md Du rability ! 43.000 now in use! 1,800 iu use in East Tennessee! And not on. hmi ,rvpl afailure! TILE fllSJflOX COOK STOVE Al-o n largo vmiety of Conking Stores, the Monitor, KclipM. tiumti Cl mf, O. K., i'tiu nix, (Julilumiit mi l Kugle. EVEKY OHE IR WANT CF A GOOD COOKING or HEATING STOVE Will liii l it tn their Interim' tn " nJ examias ouriiuck. I'llA- W. Itt l' UK 4 CO., lull ii ,v . K mi ii I t:T(xii. LANE 8c BODLEX, Joliu and W uler Klieelri., Ciiic-imiuti. Mout'cturer of POKTABLIi STATIOAAKV STEAM KNOINKS. From two to to liuiiJreJ Horse Power. Send for lllustr.toJ. villJ.wja.w -Hi--..