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SWEEWATEB, TENOniUESDAY, OCTOB
- THE enterprise.
PlMil.ISHEP KVEBY THURSDAY,!
BY C. . WOODWAHD,
v-At two Dolflrs Year,
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ERA NK BOG ART, M.D.
"VA11''JLL devote his entire attontion lo
the practice of nicdicin In its v.iriuiw
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N. I. MAYES,
" v ID E IN T I S3 T ,
. SWEETWATER, ''Xjjij X I Jf 1.' E33EB.
PT flOOPS. 1URDWAVE, QUEEN'SWABE,
Boota and Shoes, II;ih. auJ ilea ly-.nnde
Clotliing. Kci'B cor.st'intly on hand, one of the
Urftcrt a'.cxks (rand in the. i-ouutry, all of vrhich
they eH cheaper Ihsa t'.i cheapest. They pay
the'inOIlE-T ra,h pri..e for :ll kinda of Pro
duce C.'.l1. an', cmruinc our took, and wo trill
not fail to mr.ko it to your intcrspt to five iib
yoi:r trade, or rito ie, short protEls and, quick
r. b. srAi.r.T, t. t. n. h'crsket,'
Klafj'oa. Tinr.. Madiacnville, Tchd.
STAIEV A MeGRQSKEY.
Attorney's uud Solicitor's,
TTTIM, PRACTICE IN ROANE, MONROE, and
TT the adjoining counties. Prompt attention
given to the. collection of all cliimn, and the
prosecution of auits cither in iretiit or hancery
Court. - Doc. 2 ly.
akiw-s oxy-s b.
JAMES' IJIDIJL, FXtOF'K.
oiitiraD wnn:y a Fkw Cidd of the fitror.
A sw and cU.nt f irv b Uotel, well fur
nished, and having every comfort aad convem-
. SLfFICIENT II31E FOR
Tisaecgsrs ca the Ir&ias East & Wos to get
;eii!i v. HfpE.
-r-rvTn 0 IfTT T mi
ilUrii OS MU1LL Ml,
(Successors lo Smith 4 Lyons,)
Watchmakers and Jewelers
' ' ' DEALER! IS
WattUet, CIocUs, Jtwtlrr aud Silvtr PlaudWare,
Manufacturers of Sterling Silver Spoons.
OAY STREET, next DOuB to let National Bank.
' VKnoxville, Tennessee.
' CP All work done by Experienced Workmen
,and Warranted..! juneSl ly
!! M. Bearden,
;':' gay steeet
Country Yyc4u:h iought and Sold caCoa
mission. 5S cct21 ly
LAMAR HOUSE. .
I . ..ICiinxvillo, Tennessee.
J. O .'FLANDERS, Lessee.
THI3 House hae baca'repainted and papered
The Ecde are Good. Business men will
consult thair own interests by bearing ia mind
that thia house is locattd . . .
i i ;;.!..-J5 XHE BUSINESS CENTRE," ' "
"which gives thoa advantages that no ether house
''e.2'da..' Oamibaetaii at the Depot.
Terms for caaei.ece guests as liberal as tzj
' 'tier housa. . cctli tf. " .
t: . .. AND WHOLISiVLE DEALER IN "
rSEADY, - MADE CLOTHING
'-Uc 93 Corner Gay and Clinch Streets.
-ENOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. --
PARTI UEAE ATTENTION PAID TO ORDFRS.
:T. L.REYKOLDS, ': ,
JLamp?, piland Glassware,.'
347 J Wi Baitimere and 60 German Sts. ;
.IEIWEEN EUTAW'aad'nOWAJtD, ': ' ;
-' BALTIMORE, MP.
M ipisoNvn.tif, Tinji.
" ,Vlir trdcticQ Ih'UliY, poiirtu ,of ( jfonro
ounty iFatticalar.attention given to all
btoinesB mtrtjtd to hi care. foblO "y
Mill Furnishing Depot;
zticconaxE & co.,
Manufacturers' Agotits and Dcaiers in
LABOR SAYImT IMPLEMENTS
II or s e-P ow er.s,
. STEEL TOOTII WHEEL HORBE RAKE,
Cider an d Wine Mills .
. GRAIN &EILL3, STRAW GUTTERS, '.
Ciu'u Shollern, WlieatFano
fcMUX AND COCKLE MACHINES.
Improved Steel and Cast Plows.
: ..' castings;,
DOUBLE SHOVELS BULKY ' PLOWS.
ZER O R EFIIIG ERA TOIiS,
Garden and Farming Hardware.
Ws fe AgcUc (:i the State fir
VHAN::S CELLBIUTT.O "
Raw - Bone Super - Phosphate,
The Great Fertilizer for all Crrps.
To all of which wo invite iho Farmers of East
Tennessee to torn and Examine at our
S u m p 1 o W urohouso,
East Tennessee & Virginia
Rail Road Depot.
Wc rnpe;tfuUy tolieit orders for all artiolea
in our line whioh we will endeavor to fill to the
satisfaction of those patronuinr, ub.
ICPLettera of inquiry proaiptly auswered.OJ
Calvin McCorele, )
! B. CHILD F.Eos, Ajtot, Swettwattr Taa.
IRISH AERIVAI OF
BEST PRINTS AT 12 1-2 C'ts.
. Sweetwater, Tenn.,
Are now receiving their Spring
Stock, consisting of
LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S
Hats, Boots and Shoes, .
v-? - - Stoneware,
Cast Spring . and Blister Steel
Horse- Shoes, .
Horse Nails, Cut Nails,' '
Castings, Wagon Boxes, ... ( '
Salt, Sugar and' Coffee,
Indigo and Madder,
' Lenoirs' Thread, Train -.
. and Linseed Oil, Paints, &c.
- Call and , examine before you
purchase else 'wdiere. . j
Wc buy Bacon, Lard, Grain of
all kind, Eggs, Butter, Feathers',
Dry Hides, Clean Cotton and Lin
en Hags, Tallow, Flax :; Seed'
Meal and Flour. For, which we
pay as niuch.a3 1 tho market .will
justify, cither in goods or cash v
..We are also Agents '.for -the
Buckeye MOWER AND , REAP
ER, and would be pleased to re?
ceive . orders from persons in need
of thew articles. ff .
SWEETWATER, THURSDAY,' OCT. 20, 1870.
State Democratic Executive ' Coin
mittce. ' ' -
East Tennetsee. Sam. P, Ivins,JaR.
M. Coyd and D. D. Anderson. ' ' I
Middle Tennessee.' Dorscy 13. Thom
as, Thomas Mcnecs, Joel A. Eattlo,
MoLaughlin and Horace BurtOD.
West Tennessee. Joseph R.f Mosbr,
Alex. W. Campbell aud J. I. Livino
First District. Gcorgo ' MoClellan,
Dr. John Sevier, Colonel James W. Dead
erick, A. J. Self and John Volf.
Second District. A. Caldwell, Thos.
O'Connor, R. K. Byrd, Hugh McElwes
and John 0. Vaughn. " '
Third District E. A. James, d'SO.
Dibroll, Unrch Cooko, Asa' Faulkner aud
Frank M. Duffy.
' Charles K. McGhee. 1
A correspondent of the Knosvillc Daily
Chronicle recommends Mr. JlcGhea as
the pooplo'ti candidate fur tho Legislature
from Knox county.- John M." Fleming
esq., deoliuea the race for re-election.
. " k
Scary Times. ,.'.
. Acoordiug to tho Kingston East Ten
nesecan the. peeplo of Loudon are kopt
ia a state of constant alarm by the threats
of the Star man to run for the Legislature.
Wo can't iuiagiuu what barm lie could do
there, und anybody could run , his paper
' Tlw Fruscian Government, it is- said,
has addressed an earnest remonstrance to
the United States against the shipment of
arroa to Franco. So long as there is mon
ey in these shipmeute the Prussians may
keep on remonstratiug, but they will bo
The Athouu Punt tays: "We adoiinsTThe Chinaman hired a carpenter to build
beyond expression tho considerate1 zeal
and liberality which induces the citizens
of the interior towns to labor in procuring
patronage and ciroulation for papers print
ed at a distance, while their local press is
perhaps languishing and dying for want of
proper encouragement and support."'
The Bald Eagle.
We are pleased to bear that . Hon. ,.W.
B. Stokes is regaining his health and
strength. He has received tbe Radical
nomination for Congress in his District,
and thero would not bo7ruuoh' credit in
beating a sick man. Tho Bald -Eagle of
the Mountains has indeed lost his powers
of flight when he can't soar aa high as a
Garrett. ' . " " ' ' " . ." ' ' "" ."
; A Fighting- Editor. '
It turns out that the man who has
fought the best battle on the side of the
French, taking into consideration the num
bsr and charaoter of the troops under his
command, is an editor who has never seen
a military sohool or drilled, in a military
camp. It was at St. Quontin, whero the
Prussian regulars were repulsed by a hand
ful of raw Mobileshastily ; mustered out
and poorly equipped. ". ".
, ' ; Gambetta: '..o
A recent number of the Loai6villo Cour
ier Journal thus refers . to Gambotta'a
proclamation : "Gambetta's proclamation
to the Frenoh people is spirited. Unlike
Hugo, he talks of possibilities. Gambet
t a is one of ! the rising young" men of.
France, and, as one of the leading spirits
of the Republic, has oorue out of Paris en
trusted, with the ministry of war, and,vit
is 6aid, is already very active iu the con
centratiton of , tho scattered volunteers,
and will soon organize a formidable army
calculated to give serious trouble to the
Prussians' He givea the French an en
couraging account of the situation within
their beleaguered oapital, and, if half he
says of it be true, Paris is able to with
stand the siege for a long time ,tjo oome, if
she don't even assume the offensive . and
drive the Prussian army from her walls.
Advices , from . several sources concur in
saying that there is . much dissatisfaction
among the boseiging forces' at the prospect
of a dreary winter campaign; and, as many
of them are men of strong' . family ., ties,
there is- an intense longing for home and
for the ahe of the war.r i If such is- the
case the early daliveranee of .Paris de
pends 'wholly' npOn thejunity'fcf her in
habitants and. her ability to withstand the
rigwra of a siege for a fiv eh art 'months.'?
If a lady turns her back upon you have
jou any right to tako affront .
:A New York philanthropist never has
green poas for dinner ititbout sending tho
pods totho,Destituto Widows' Home., v
A certain photograper in Indiana expo
ses delinquent customers by displaying
their pictures upside down, and labelled
"not paid, for." . . .
; A lady, who was not a Shaksporian
sch'olaiv heating tho OUrry . Wives -.of
Wiudsor" much praised, asked how many
wives Mr. Windsor had.
Miss Nancy Jane Smith, of Belfast,
Maine, took arsenio internally to beautify
her complexion. It had thodc3trfld ef
fect, H3 her corpse was pronounced a love
ly one. ' ,
A chap who luxnriates in hot weathr
and can stand as much heut as afirit-class
salamander, exclaim, 'nvhat a lovely
month ia July !'' And echo acswer3,
Noxt summer's style of cutting hair
will be as follows: Cut us close as. possi
ble with seizors and then shaved; head
well rubbed with sandpaper and then var
nibhed,, . ,. . . '..
'A wealthy lady, who stays in town torn
plains' of the people who rotiro to the
country and leave their domostio cat to
riul.ioate upon the rear fences aud forage
upon fiinudly neighbors.
A hod-currier, a few days since, on a
wafer, carried from the sidewalk a barrel
of flour on hia shoulder up to tho third
story of a building, on a ladder, and then
returned it to the sidswalk and sold it
fur eight dollars,
A vagrant who h id been fined every
week for begging asked the magistrate if
his rates by the year wouldn't bo 1p-s. .
Au Irishman who was challenged to
fight a duel refnsed oa tbe ground that he
didn't wsnt to loave his mother a lone
orphan. . ." . '
A young lady caught smoking a cigar
gave as a reason that it made it smell as
though there were a map around. 1
A Californian contracted with a China
man for building him fourteen houses.
tne nrst one, watcnea earetuliy every
movement, and then dibcharged his em
ployee and built the rest himcelf.
In Wood county, Ohio, a widow wae
introduced to a man on Saturday, went
buggy riding wnh him on Sunday, and
was married on Tuesdav. The husband
came home drunk Wednesday night when
she kicked him out of the house and
throw his baggage out after him. .
A yacht which is now on its way acrods
the Atlantic is so small that the oaptain
has to part his hair in the middle to trim
ship, and the crew are postitively forbid
den. to shift their tobacco suddenly from
one cheek to the other, for fear of upset
ting, the, vessel.-- .. ,i; V .,. ( '
A man in Norristown now remembers,
having said, when he saw Dickens in 1842,
"that man will die in forty years of tor
pidity of the liver." What makes tho
coincidence more singular is, that Dickens
died twelve years sooner of something
A Wisconsin 'cheese-maker is manufac
turing a brand of cheese which is named
"Truth." That cheese; will doubtless
have a great run, as "Truth is mitc-y and
What is the difference between an acci
dent and a misfortune 1 .- If your duuning
tailor were to fall in tbe. river, it ' would
be an accident; if any one were to pull
him out,. it would be a misfortune. , ;
A New Orleans toper argues that the
ooly safe condition is that of intoxication,
because a neighbor of his. was drunk for
two weeks and went through many perils
safely, but was killed . the very , moruing
after ho became sober.. wJ
'A Boston woman refused to let her hus
baud go on a fishing' excursion,' "because
he was-very apt to be 'drowned when 'he
went 'pn'tbeswater, and, moreover, h6 did
not know how to swim any more than ' a
goose," V ' "...
If a row ooours in Denver City and oce
man finds it necessary to disombowel an
other with a bowie knife, a general answer
is given to those who ask what is the mat
ter, in these expressive words "Oh, he's
sprung a leak.' :
.i '.'iGerty, my dear,'! saida.Sunday Sohool
teaoher to ono of ber cLass, "you've" been
been a very good little girl to-day." "Yes
ma'am, I couldn't help being good; I got
a stiff neck."' !.-' : .'-. ." ' -
v, I loathe, abhor, detest.'desp'isa, abomi
nate dried-apple pies; I like good bread
I like good meat, or anything that's fit,, to
eat, but of all poor grub beneath tha skieu
the poorest is dried apple pie3. Give me
the toothache or tore eyes in preference
to su6h kind of pies. The ' farmor takes
hie meanest fruit,- it's wormy, - bitter ' and
hard to boot; he leaves the bulls to wake
us oongh, and don't take half thtf peeling
off. Then on a dirty cord they're Btrung,
and from!sQme chamber window hung; and
then they ervfl a roost for flics uu'til they
are ready'tcralie4 pi.ciii;"" Tread" on " my
corrik'ot tell erlfevk tiil ot, 'Wse ma
dried apple piei. " '
. A Paris editor tells tho following story:
Mr. Dickens had bean made so eccen
tric in his habits by over-work that he
turnod day into night, and - was in the
hab'u of walking from midnight until five
in the morning. On the pcc?sion of one of
of thoso walks the novelist observed a la
dy following him. The next night he saw
her again, and tbe next ahe always fal
lowed him. One night, however, they
mot face to face. "Charles Dickene," ex
claimed the) ady in ereat arjitationl"(vo'i
havli do lie mo great injury;" I caai no more
rost. Look at me so that you may re
member me, for I desire to be remember
ed. You will see me no more." Mr.
Dickens soon jiftcrward ascertained that
she was the wife of a Colonel in the Indian
army. A few days later and he received
a casket of ebony and ivory, containing a
portrait of the lady, a lock of her hair, and
this nute: ,I have loved you madly; but
the lovo I have given to you I owe to an
other. I am of my own free will going
to another world, where I may think of
you without troaohery. Pity me." Mr.
Dickens few to her rr-ideuce and fuuud
that 6ho was dt.id, Ti'h i dnjjger in her
The Democratic Candidate for Gov
ernor cf Tennesbeo
From the Cincinnati Enquirer.
A Nashville correspondent of a Repub
lican contemporary, in speaking ofGener
al John C. Brown, the Democratic candi
date for Governor oi ituuouiec, saya;
"Next to a Republican, hi election
will suit Ecpubiican.i. Tha is, if thej
can't get one of tboir own jnirty, they pre
fer him next. Ho wai an old-line Whig,
was a Union man up to tho breaking out
of tha war, and the went with his Citato,
and onlkted in the robel army, fighting
his wny up to a, major ceneralship. His
,i t w i
course since tne war nas been ait tnat a
reasonable Republican could expect of an
ex-Confederate Major-General. Ho has
been mud, conciliating, lust, irenerous, and
liberal, without beooming a Radical, and
stoaliug somewhat to confirm his loyalty.
tie is a good man. in the broad meaning
of the word, and if made Governor, as he
undoubtebly v ill be, will see that the
rights of the humblest arc not infringed
upim. His reign will not be aprosporous
one for the Ku Klux and kindred organi-
This is pretty cood testimony to come
from an opponent. .It is nrettv evident
that bis success will not afford much ex
cuse for another reconstruction of Tcnnea-
see by a Radical Congress.
A Lost Child.
The following communication will prove
vitally interesting should it . fortunately
reaoh the parties most concerned;
"To the Editor of tho Now Orleans
Times; About the close of tho late war
my brother, Goo. W. Moreland, found a
small boy, some four to six years old, in
the city of Madison, Ind. Ho had been
brought there by the Federal army and
Lft with soma parties,' or he got bim di
rect from the army stationed there, lean
not say which. The boy is ,cf delic:ite
frame, light hair, gray or bluo eyes, fair
complexion, no peculiar marks about his
person, and goes by the name of Willie
I have seen him at my brother's house a
number of times, and conversed with him.
He told mo ho thought ho had been vaiacU
in a city; they were his only impressions.
He is a very interesting little fellow, and
desires much to find his parents if living.
I think he is between ten and twelvo years
old. ' It is supposed thstin the evacuation
of the Southern cities during the war, he
had accidentally strayed into the Federal
lines, and been taken to Madisou. I write
thi3 in hope that it may reach the eyes of
tne ctiua s oaronts or some relative, t or
full particulars address a liue to G. W
Moroland, Milton, Trimble county, Ky.,
or to tne undersigned strvcw Orleans La
AU Southern papers pleaso copy. ; . ,
.'"'' 173 Girard Street.
- The shortness of life is very often ow
ing to the irregularity of the liver. . -"
" The Rritish Government ha: suspended
all its contracts for the buildine cf turret
The n'atives of Pukin have destroyed
the Catholic buildings. , .
It ia reported that Mrs. Dahlgren will
oooupy herself in writing a life of her bus
band, the lata Admiral Dahlgren. .
. The London Lancet, the highest medi
cal authority in England, announces that
it thoroughly believes in tcbaoco. -
Tbe Supreme Court of tbe District cf
Columbia has decided against the olaiui
anti. for the $25,000 reward, offered by
the city of Washington for the - ar:e&t of
the assassins, of President Lincoln. The
Court holds that the Couooil had' ac right
to offer the reward.
A Southern; paper:. ,thus , epitomizes
Lynoh law : Four Kentuckiiins, in jail for
murdering a neighbor, had a surprise par
ty from a hundred pr two' citizens the
other night. They hadn't any last words
a'ndjhey wouldn't have had time to, say
thsm if they had. '" 'Atfl'ave families.''
Couldn't Escape "Railroads.
Mr. Nathan Hall, of Durham, Conn .
in 1333, thanked God that be lived, "id i
hilly country where it was impossible t'.
build railroads." To-day tha oars of th
Air Line Railroad run through tbe 4nr
yard of bis place, between his houso aod
barn, and within four feet of bis bi4j
-Not Pleased,.-, , .
Tho New York Times is not pi eared
with the y jhini5L,4t g?gJj
Urns its Mtteries on iu own party some,
times with effect. It deolares that it may
safely be said that its worst enemies arV
to be found with in the ranks of its own
party. Incompetent mon are placed m
posts of tbe greatest importance, and tho
party is betrayed by those who ought in
bean unfailing souroe of strength to it.
It ia said that there are proofs' to sbo"
that the carpet-bag Governor of Floridi
convenea an extra session of the Legislat
ure for the convenience and profit of in
terested parties whenever he is offered
ten or twelve thousand dollars to do to.
Of course nothing can be generally knowD
of the correctnesa or incorreotnei-s of tbi
allegation until the proofs are at hand
Iking thorn out, if they exist.
In this age a bully's denunciation can
fix no listing, stigma. The war proved
per.io.nl courage to the common heritigo
of our race, and that none stood the
so poorly as the duelist and the bullv.
No man now regards the acceptance of
challenge as a proof of courage. Oa th
contrary, the tendency is to regard it
, . .. .
an act oi cowar:uy rif.ieronoo to the stau
dird of mock chivalry, set up by a olai
wno are wanting iu genuine oourage and
real manliness. T . ;
Confessed. ' ; ' '
The Washington Chroniala maW'thm
editorial announcement: - : '
"The bolters of Missouri ara to rncaiva
their just deserts at last. - A olean sweep
will be roado among tbe office-holders uf
that State, and the faotious followers of
Sch urz wi!! no loncror ba enablnrl tn draw
. , u
their sustenance from the party which thev
nave united to deteat.
The offense of these boltaraia.thftt. th
want tbe peonle who nav taioa i vnt
For sustaining tbe constitution in this r
speot, they are kicked out of office br
A huee wild-oat has hAnn ftinffkt
Hinds countv. Mississinni. haq a imip
under the new order of thincc. fi"fin nn'n
in taxes against $10,000 paid heretofore
Judeo Allcood. of Flovd countv. (I
raised 112 bushels of Early Rose Irish po
tatoes on-less than one-fourth of an acre.
They are Allgood.
Veins of coal are struck in digging wells
in San Aueustine countv. Texan. Thnr
are in the county eight grist and saw mills
run Dy water power.
A large piece of gold was found in a
woll near Fredericksburg, Virginia, recent
ly, and parties are now negotiating for tho
purchase of the property.
There -.vere between twelve and fifteen"
houses taken off from Columbia, Va., by
the flood, and five lives lost two negroes
and three white men.
It is thought the low price of cotton
will have the effect, next season,' of in
ducing planters to devote morolandtothe
cereals and less to the great staple. . - -
A Texas cattle-trader was decoyed iuto
a house of ill-fame, by a woman in Kan
sas City last Tuesday, whero three men
seized him and robbed him of $1,500. '
A Good Oao for SmokorB. '
An aged negress whose piety had se
cured for her an extensive . reputation i
walking her rounds of visits dropped , in
upon a neighbor who was equally well
known as a temperance man-and hater of
tobaCCO. . ..' ' r
After being courteously received the
negress pulled from ber pooketa long pipe
and commenced smoking some very 'Un
ion" tobacoo,- to the infinite disgust ',cf
ber host. - Tbe man maintained hi com
posure several minutes, but tha fames and
smoke beoame too powerful for, bim, .and
rising from his ohair he 6aid: . , ,
"Aunt Chloe, do you think yoa are
Christian!" -'v ' - -"'; ," ''.
: "Yes, brudder, I speots I is." . -
, Tjq you believe ia the iiihle anntl"
. "Yes, brudder." , . , T
"Do yoa know taere 'is a passage ia tla
Scriptures hich ' dcolarai that nothing,
uncle&n siall itberit tie kingdom of aoav.
enl" . ; : vm- u. v l ..
'Yes, I've heard it." ,,:; ,..,()!
"Do you believe it?"
,Yes." ';'"" '.; "'; '
' "Well, Cbloei you Cannot enter into the
kingdom of heaven, because, there ia noth
ing so unclean as the breath of a smoker.
What do you say to tha'l" .
"yoy, I specis to leave my orpu nenini
me when T got1) ha?en." ' j