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GEO. P. UUWtLLi CO., MHrfcUow, N. V 8. M. mTRSGlI.t A CO 37 Yv Row.N. Y. Am th. )Jd nj;onts forth ljtwter Enter prise In that city, ul r auihoriieil tocontrae for iiiiiirting .vtriimf nla fur nn at our lowes mjL r il,J 1 I t.rt: .nr. in lli.ift aita .. . H to leave Hieir Cum with either of tW 6m LOCAL" AM? OTHER- XAtTEHH lingular MiTllnv . Tlio rejrutor ineethur of tlto Temper nnfcd H'ji'U'tfvikesjiliwo next!- toadnj ni'ht iu tho ri-csbytoi-ian tTinrcfu" fie-iiiciulx-r tboro i to bo. a quoitiou tlis- ciisxi'il by the Soeiutv, which will bo iu It-resting. EvcrvuoJy ia oxpcut&l to i..'.v r'f.l . .' .' ' Tho Sabbath School "Will liavo a pic-nib On Saturday, tlio fith ol Mav. Addresses will la delivered in tho Church at lU o'clock, A. M. Death or an Old Soldier. Arcilq ill.ic.nloiie, a aoldicr of tho war of Is 1 2, and f'T many years a citizen of thi county, died und was buried near Hickory (J roye, in t!io .uppurTcnd of tiio county on tho ISth ihst. AgHr 81 years. "AtTholNwt Oilier.- Hugh Lnwsuil I'ry, nt tho Post Oflico, bus .just redcived a large stock of goods which ha proposes to soil cheap. Sco ad vertisement, and call and cxaiuiuo Lis ex tensive and well selected stock. ' The Latilcs' '" 1 All fancy tho G ii.se y Hat, , 70 Pounder. Stnrratt lias prcsentod us with a satnplo of a 70 pound chceso, which ho lias just received. It is !'J,'i " uioo and fioh. Cull at tho l'coplo'd storo. Imputation. An honest reputation is within tlio roach of all men; they obtain it by noninl vir tnes, and by doinq their duty. This kind of reputation, it is true, is neither bril liant nor Htarlliiij!, but it is oflcu tlio juont useful for happiness; ; t Tho (:i)S!'y Hat' Is tho style. Cull and seo tboua at Mrs. Mallory's. Tho Industrial Exposition. Thursday, May 25, during tbo East Tannessco Industrial Exposition nt the Fair Grounds near Knoxville, a door and fox chase is to take place, whiuh will bo par ticipated in by ambitious young ladies ai.d guutleuien, in English hunting costume, and us many hounds as can be obtained. Tlio Gipsey Is not a burlosque ou Ladies' Ilats, as remarked by a man of Swootvrator the other day. They are the lutest style, 'i'ho ladies ull wear them. The SiiuiLiy School Convention. AVo learn from the Knoxvilla papers that tho Matt TennesReo Sunday School Convention held iu Knoxvillo on Thurs day and Friday .of lust week, was largely attended, and proved to ho one of tho must interesting occasions ever witnessed in that city. Every county in East Ten nessee was represented, and wo hopo that j! rent good may bo the result of tho Con vention. The Waco lo G'o. If you want a dress cut and mado to nnier, a hat or bonnet made and trimmed iu tho latest sty lo, call ou Mrs. Mallory. doing Out and Coming In. It !V. A. II. 1'iico and family loft last week after a shart sojourn in this place, for their former homo iu Virginia. Tho family of Mr. A. J. W. Land loft Tuesday evening, to joiu him iu Missis sippi. We learn that Mrs. Hunter, of Geor gia, has purchased the large dwelling bouse owned by Mr. T. G. 15oyd, and now occupied by Dr. J. C. McNees, and will take possession of the tamo the second week iu .May. We also learn that other persons from a distance anticipate locating hero. Dot. ' ' "Wo received the following through the r.ost ofliuc yesterday, vith .r)0 cants cn uloscd, and a request to publish: Mr. Editor: A fnio braud of whiskey lias been received in 'our town. It is corn with oak loaves on. I refer the people to a fast merchant of this place. Watch. Sweetwater, April 27th, 1S71. Tho Celebration '':l":z-c Of tho I. 0. O..F., at Loudon yesterday vras largely attended. A Laud from Knoxvillo was on hand '.which discoursed iiv.ee t music ta tho delight of all., prcsont. Tho Hvwakiiitf'wo (lid not-" hear. " The dinner wan well gotten up, and ' all pay took of. it to their ontiro satisfaction. "Wo have neither time nor Bpaco to say more. The Star no doubt will give it full report. ' ... Fine Cattle. Eov. IWbt, Sncud, of tliis Valley; has proved to be one of the best cattle raia t.s ill this country. Ho sold yesterday, to Mr. Lowry; five young steers, weigh ing respectively, lo'lH, 11SH, 1274, 1-W7, and 1533 pounds. This is tho finest lot of cattle that has been shijipod from hero this season. Mr. Siieed has line imported bull, 19 inonths old, which weighs 1108 pounds. u . ""X','"- ' ',' ' Sociability; Wo nre not, as a people, , woll enough ncquainted each with cuch . and all with ull. We are not sociable enough. Many members of the same Church congrega tion are nearly or wholly unacquainted,' with one another. We are pot found of ten enough at one another's houses. The people of Sweetwater' aro'fcpeoiulty dolin queut in tlio duty of calling iipou such' us como among 'us and connect themselves -with- us. We do not wcIoodio them and seek to-fiiflk their ' Stay as pleasant as' p6ssihlfl.':'.Wo';do not take the kindly bo-; ti.ee we should of such as only occasionally eonio to our places of public .and social warship. Wo do not ask such as we may see abu.ut the. door and ia tho vestibule te take seat with us, and we sulfur strangers to sit! through the service and ga away un recognized and unspoken to, aud ' so -they' go in soarch of V warmer Wolc6nii' elso whore,. ( Wo do not have social gatherings enough;".- There i too uioeh stiffness, for innlity, and ioiness in' oar so-called social religious uiootings.;,' Too' few 'pa'rtiqipute io tliom. r Too, faw takq.up the'duty or Boizo upon the privilege of Buying a word,- ir offering a prayer,; or breaking, , out tn; foino familiar ioug.i,. There is Uio,nioh, jodiHuronce, too maoh-haste iu leaving tin iilaco attheolobO of uiuctiiig. .-- I'l , . Swcptwatf r Savinss Institution - Th WlRMimt'oa 1stablIii -fi tU e press purpose of those wishing to eao their money, and haveonmcthing at the ex piration of the year, that w.U make t!.cm proud to feel that they have saved fur themselves and family nice little turn, aud that too by ama,ll and rcnuent de posits. If ten' deposit-to.diy 10 cents, to-morrow 55 jeeuts. an iood Uirjagh (he year, you will soon nave layeil up au Hun dred dollars, and it is making something at wall is your labor. , You get 6 per ceut. on 'all sums under ton dollars, and 10 per ocay 0u all iudii' pver tea dollars. C'cr tilio ites wilT be issued LyJ the Treasuror for every deposit mado, uo matter how small, and at the end of the year theso certificates are taken no aud now ones . .il - .i i . .i f -. . issuj.1 tor i no wuoie aniouni, wuu luicrcsi addod, which gives the depositor com- pounl interest. WoallknuvViMr.il. L Fry, tht Troaurr, jtlso tlio Fioapce Com tuittoo'. thorcforo comment is unnecessa ry, as they are all known to be gentlemen, aud mcu of honest principles. We ask tho question : Who is it that cannot save from ten to twenty dollars a year and uer ar uiss it.. M"o think there is nut a uian in the town of Sweetwater and vicinity uuttuat can uo it it lio wiil only econo mize and determine to do so. The 'f rcas- uier informs us that tlio Institution will L'o into iteration on tlio 1st duy of maf, 1S71. Is'ow young men, old mon, and hoys, let us.aee . who cau save the mot money from May 1st to January 1st, 1372, by depositing a portion of our oarnmgs in the 1'ime havings lusttituior. Tho Treasuror has a No. 1 Fire and iiurgiar rrooi aato, wbioii will to a snro protection against Cro and thieves. AVo liave no fears of our deposits being gobbled by tne (i iia-nrs conuecteu wuu the con- com.- lb iiuance tomuuttoa will ex auiRiC tlio treasurer s books and papers every mouth, aud report tho condition of tho same through this paper, boo adver tisement iu another column. Tho Stvci twator Enterprise. Lead what a first-class daily paper says of tho Enterprise : "This is o:iu of the staunchpst, raciest. aiilcst ami best ot our country exchanges. It is conducted with excellent cood tasto and couur.cu.luhlo ability. Monroe county sliouiu justly tual proud ot snub au organ, and extend to it a patronage ai:d support woitliy, us luti merits, it ouht to tie ta ken by -the bead of every family in tho county. o congratulate our cutgrpns- mg brother Woodward on his success uud the good people of Monroo on having so oxcellunt and deserving a iiaper." W hi and llegistcr. Wo also aiake tho following oxtracts from lottcrs rcceutly received at this 'of fico. ,W. II. It. writes from Ilartwell, Hart county, Ga.: "Mn. Woodward : Flcaso send mo a copy of your valuablo paper for six months It is a good paper, nud through its col umns I will bo ablo to get all tho news from my native county. Success attend you in -its publication. When tho timo expires notify uie aud I will renew." An old subscriber iu Missouri writes to a brother iu this placo (is follows : " "You want to. know if I get tho Enter prise. It has boon sent to mo ever since the paper was started. I think it a splen did paper, and through it I got all tho news from you all every week, und what is going on in Monroo and adjoining counties. I think Woodward is a first rato newspaper msa. Ho speaks what ho thinks is right and just." A subscriber in Chicago, HI., writes: "Mn. Woodward: Inclosed find $2. Please continue uiy paper. I cannot do without it. It is tho best paper I tec from East Teunessee. It suits nio exactly. Don't let it etop. When my timo expires plcaso notify mo, and I will remit the amount for another year's subscription at once." Tho abovo extracts aro only a fow fi ora tbo ninny loltersand papers which have bet n received by us: That tlio Enterprise is meeting with success, no ono cau doubt. We shall do our best to please all of our subscribers, and make tho paper worthy of a liberal patronage. Givo us more en couragement and wo wUlgivoyoua bettor paper every week. It is our intention, if we can make tho necessary arrangements, to enlarge tho paper to 32 columns. We also desire to oinploy an Agricultural ed itor; believing that agriculture iof more importance to tbo musses than polities, we shall devote tho most of our space to that purpose. If we should fail in securing an agricultural editor, wo would bo plcasad to receive from tho farmers short commu nications ou the subjects of farming, stock raising, ke., and subjects that wiil inter est the farmer and mechanic. Wo want obr friends to write and let us know what they think of tho paper. If it suits you, say so i if uot, say so. Wo propose to give a placo in our columns to all letters, whether commendable or otherwise. We simply want to know what tho people tiiuk of tho Enterprise. , , . , If youhavo a bad tasto in j'oiir month, sallownoss or yellow color of skin,1 feel despondent, stupid and drowsy, appetite unsteady, frequent headache or dizziness, yon tiro "bilious," and nothing will urouse your liver to action aud strengthen up your system equal to Dr.'. Tierce's Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical Discovwy. Used moderately dining ex2iosuro to jnalarinl poisons it enables the liver to work oft' the poison, mid will thus prevent Agno and JJilious Fevers. It is just tho thing for Jaundice. As a blood purifier for the cuirtrfj.'iuipleii, Jilolchea, Eruptions, &dttjr.ibj:uui. vthpr-skiu dh)U.se it has ftcvoT;;ycl;bceit! 'cqnalad." ' Sold by drngffista.:.:;-: I iV&3 Attention- is called to thai'ttdycrEiser nicnt of Mr-Wuinaolc in ano'ther- plat a Ho warrants idt'-vTork done by him to stana.-'" Try hhii?' ' ... , bftiTTZ .. ! ; .ThFrost ftnArrnit. ... . . The wcathcxjias, been' rather, cold for the l(ist.fqw.dijys,yra.tber impressing upon our minds and feelings that; "Winter lint bcetrrestittg in ilip, lnp-of Spring.",, We have btftifd'ttf expressed as the- opinion of sonic". that tnrffuit has been killed by the hard frost of ,.tbff, last' few', nights, ;.W hope,,this,4ay not.provo truef for it icer tain&.IWttldiib'o,' great loss to the farmers of $ius" Tennessee. -'Thtr'. pfespects fofr peaclrciia .the eariJ paTt ptN soason wpro verycptomis;ipg,.aiidr.eTery nna . has beea loobJtig forwiinJ (o ta treat iA'this luxury of our oi'cbarda..'.Thousands of dollars will he ost to, our farmer if tho biting frosts hav irobped our trcoa of .tboir ' promiije'd rowftrdsJ j It has also been said that wheat has been 'Injured in aotne localities. ; We hope aotnd good', Tanners' will let us Lear what tho prospects aro.' in thcl, tual. dU tricts.- ' ?,;f;:.'y:- : ,;,VJ Lovers of Ale, Ought to go to J. M. Young's and hear the cork pop out of Lis bottles- 'of fresh Alo.'- - - - aprl3-4t Not one of the Vehicle node by John II. lleynolds, Cleveland, Tnn, has failed to give satisaction. ' Certificates from re sponsilU men in all part of East Tennes see. Every Buggy, Hack and Wagon, is a standing advertiiemont. tnar30-4t SONKci!OFIfiS A Xw SoIkwI Hook, by U.S. Perkins. Pike w0at-t or jr( si0 For n. AT 40 nut. fTmnn Co-' 8'l'",eri'fs lo PkTurs1 . , . ,., ' . Musical Monthly- art tuliMi oyer 200 uew and tii tMr Mui)ic (uf beautiful Hongn, Ducts, timn two cent a etc, by Will S. BaviJi'Iccc. Thorns rrhn have WmisTKR, Thomas, ete.j',? Pn M' "uaiott' hverytliinaf line w, 3U celltlt fT B ,umnl0 fresh,- and sparkling. copy Tlio Music U l.y VoutenU ami speciuitiH. nuyB Tlioman, Kinkel, pngen sent Ireo. tara- i8iejr una otber f o yo copies muilo-1 free uiur Wlitcu. of poitano to tvunhtnj Two back numlm-s f..f for 65 cents. Liberal 49 cui,ti,. i-ulir i loruisfor Intro-luclionJumnij, fot 7i c(.utll. A'l'licss, J. I.. rF.TEU3, PUJ liroadnay, Kew-Vork. niri7-tr NEW TIN SHOr. rpilE umleisincil tu!;c tliis mctlio-l of infurm L i Jive tl'O pi-uila of Sf:t ntor uu.l vicinity t i it lio linii 1juiIi.iI a Tin IShnji in town, next iUt to J. A. Sti-iiiienH1 Coufcetiuuory, Tilicio he is (ireparoil to 1I0 work ascbe.ip asany oilier Tin ner, (iiittcrin, l'.iniliiii'i unit rcpni rim; done on xlioi-t ruilice. 1 can ho fouml always at my ghup. Uivj iue iri.d. 1 wurrunt all my w irk to stauil. L. A. WA.MALK. Swcetwnter, April 27, 1S71 liu . SIEGUA3HCS' SAVINGS I H S T I T U T 1 0 flf SWEETWATElt, TE.WV. FINANCE COMMITTKE: N. I.- MAYES, THOMAS (J. 1JOYD, J. W. UODDAKD, 11. L. F1U', Treasurer. Tl KI'I i?IT3 V.ea veil and Interest allowed. A If i-itniii-t n-ill lift ni:.i)ii rrovr nmltll hv tl l-'iii-ii I 'ii-iiiiiilrufi nt tl.ii i-ntiil il inn nl' rlio Insli. tuthii, nud reported, accordingty tlumiU.tlio 11 uiei j.iui-rii iu. April 21, l(Sll.-.i(ll. JUST ECEIYED! A LARGE AXD VARIED STOCK OF Which we propose to; sell cheap for cash or good faleublo produce at the murket prioo..1 Our Mock consists ot , . DRlr. GOODS, , CLOTHING, . HATS, BOOTS and SHOES, NOTIONS, Cutlery, Axes, Uocs, Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Ac., ka. ' Vv'o have als0 a larro stock of ()ncons- waio y f every hind, pico and description. FRESH GROCERIES alway'B in storo. Ih fast we have almost everything usually kept in a first class ro- Wii aiuru. '.r. Give us a call, examine our stock and wo will give yon 'satisfaction; J. W. CiODDAUU & CO., lio. 2, Enterprise Eloct, Sweetwater. npr20tf LiiAniva.' i.t,::u.. ii:::, .Lv. :: . DEALEtt IN STOVES, TIIT and COPPER W ARE, . ;' Sweetwater Tenn., T7"EKP3 CONSTANTLY ON HAND a full stock J. of tho I!cst Quality of Cooking Stoves, with all the latest Improvements, which ho oflci-3 for sale nt Knoxyilld prices, or as cheap as the same article can bo bought in any market." Ho keept constflntty ou hand, and nmkes to order,' ull kinds of Tin, Sheet Irounnd Utass Ware, which ho oilers to the public nt Wholesale and Uetail as cheap as it cau bethought anywjiero. Mer chants will find it to their interest 'to coil and exiuainc his stock of Tinware before purchasing elsewhere. A good supply of Lard L'uusalnayj on hand. Willi competent Workmen, lie is prepared to do all kinds of repairing quick and cheap. Cull and exumi no Ida stock. ' octTtf J, H. VANCE &. CO., Manufacturers and Dealers Saddles,' Bridles, Buggy and "Wajan . . Harness, . . ,. ! SWEETWATElt, TE2TTT., ' : ' T) ESPECTFULLY announce to tho puHio that IV they have for sale ami will make to or der, Saddles, Uridlcs (lud Ilarnees, at 1 PRICES LOVER than they can be buglit from other Manufac turer!). We don't intend to be undci-Hold. All f.e'noiia who. want good baiitniai would; do. welt to call und examiua our work and prices. We guatcutoeiatisliiotioB io-AvryiiMtanc i r- j ; . - v. u..vAJUS'uu.-.t MarchO-1871-ly. - Pictures ! ' Pictures ! ! HAVING flttod upa VhotogroplrOallcry, with 1 Kky-Light, nt Aiadironrilte, Tenn., I am nroparod to take PiotnrOa.in tbo. Intent and best Btjle of the nrt. All pcrMma-daairiag pictures of thcmselvca and familiaai will do well lo givo me a cull, aa 1 will remain but a snort lima. . SmwB 1 rioca mocUir.vto aud utmraction ftimranteed. MadlJmvlllo, April J3-r-2t . ..;. : i . - i . ... .i .... M 3S,'E'S-': 366i'S J'.l!. i( L - J - v'.-..A,i..J. EAST TENNESSEE ' AGRICULTURAL 111 i AGRICULTURAL IIPLEPTS, FEBTIilZERS I-M. These madiines took tho TWO FIEST PKIi.MIT.'MS over the fcnsaell, .Etua, World and Ihwkeyo, th. gran4 Jlaaparand Blower trial held on tha-farmtof Oao. Jai. A Mabry and Sir, John Smith, ndar Knoxvillo, on the 23 J day of June, 1870. ' - O "J. j ... Also, the FIltST I'RHMIl'M OVKU TUB SAME MACHINES, at the; Eastern Division Fair, held at Knoxvillo in Octoler, 1870, am) tha'lIUST PSEMIVM ikt Green (,'ountv Fair, held in the same mouth. Over Seventy of tlieio Jlucliuua were sold last Mcasou, and io every case g&vocn tiro a Exst Tuuucssce and Southwest Virginia. ... i era iu ajKiaaaaiJjgaiuaiJLjLa'aBaaaBMiMaaswMgM Favorite Gciser, Pitts and Sweepstakes - Threshers aud Horse- Powers, '"' These Threshers have no' Superior. ' ' ' t . . ,i;.i-j - , .- HAWKINS & AVELCOME SULKY AN 11 DEVOLVING HAY HAKES, WAEHANTED THE BEST IN USE.1' ' ' JONES' TUltlT AINUSTUIJULKSTKELl'LOWH.wIiKih took tlio First Pi-emium nt tbo l'lowlnff SlutoU held on tlao larius of Mr. .Wui.Mcck and Mrs. White in Knox county, in Neveriiber, 1870, over the Uolliua, the Jett, the Dodgo and five othora.,. .j.. . . . , Iu addition to the abovo wo havo the largest and best stock of Plows ever offered iu East Tcnuesaoe, including the Dodge, Excelaior, Wilsoir', 17amiltraStel Exaalaior Caal I'lowif, aud a full lino of the iuiprovod I'caoock, Hillside and Sub-Soil Plows. ... 'I t -'-O'ii) '' 1 We have a Among them are tho Sinclair, fonlinental, Hurdie and Eagle Cutters, Little Star, Double and Singlo Cadet with Fan aud Separator and Western and Soatharn Cr 8bIIra. Rotary, rulverising and Geddes Harrows, Hay and Manure Forks, best, Quality and AYarrflnted. .' i '. ;'"'' '-" i i '' ' : 1 Grass andGrain SythcsVMariufactiired by us, mid forsalo to lie trade only. The Keller Grain and Guano Drill, which took tlio First Premium at the East Tennessee Division Fair, i "'' "i1" ' - ' ' . r ., :. The Utility and Old Dominion Hav Presses, l'lanchard & Lightning Chums. .' ,:t, Solo Agents for East Tennessee for ISAAC STAUB & CO'S QUEEN OF THE SOUTH COltN and WHEAT MILLS. " ' ' After searching tho country we have found ilgcnts for Fairbanks Hall & Miller's Firo and 5urs;lar Proof Safes, Tho best Vertical Stoain Engines, ad Saw Mills, Sole Agents for Manufacture of Rubber, Leather and Paper Baiting. Note. We are also prepared to furnish any' article used upon a farm not herein mentioned, and we ask all to call and examine our Stock, for wa intent! (o aall notaiajf but what we can warrant iu every respect. Orders for SELDS of All Kiuds will be tilled from tho beat markets, free of charge over and above eoat and carriage,- - Warehouse--East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad Depot Building, Knozville. Liberal Advances mada on Consignments of Produce Generally. ; . , "We have also taken an Agency for the famous Buckeye Reaper and Mower, manufactured by C. Aiiltman & Co., Canton, Ohio. . ' racCOSELE & CO. B. 15. Childress, Agent, -Sweetwater, Tenn. APKIL C, 1871 tf ' V,r. W. AVOOD11LTF. If UftVVtf Tl A T T- JLIVV AUD CUTLERY. SST OEDEU3 SOLICITED AND SIIEPJFF SALE. r) V virtue of aa order of sale In each of tlio fol ) Inning eascB, isi-ueil fioni the Civcui't Court ut' Mniiroc County ami to me directed, I oiler fr sale ami nt public outcry nt the Court ItuiiHe uoor in iMii'l.suimlle, Xcuucce, to tlio lii'liBst and best bidder, for cadli ia baud, on Monday, the tirt ilnv cf'Mav nest, all tlieribt, title and claim that JniiicB liilcii linn in and to one liiiii'lro'l acres of land in tbo llith civil dis trict of Monroo county, Tenn., ndjoiulnn; the land of Thomas V'hitc", JoHeph Uiviue'B lieivs and otlici'B ; levied upon nu tho property of Jim. CiiU'H, to Hiiiiiify a judirtncut that liettie Metjhce rocovereil aamst mml Jmnej uiles anJ J, li. Humphreys and others, on which judgment au ordf r of sale bus issued from tbo Supremo Court of Tennessee at Knoxvillc. I'liut fcc$5.0i) . , ...... Aho at the same timo nn idiicc, on ono other order of iitilo issued ogainst t ho stinio parties, and iccicd ujion the samo bind, in favor of llct- tie Jiclihec, tor costs ot suit at ouprcuio Court at Knoxvillo, Tcim. ' l'rint fccM.UO ' ' ' Alto at Uie same time ami nlaco all tho r!e!f. title and intorcnt that Jacob C. Boring and bis wife Mary lias in and to a certain tract or par cel of bind in the 18th civil district 6f Monro county, Tenn., ndjoiniii); the lauds of Mutthow I'lniniii'-lium's licira unit the lniij of Thomas Lea and others, levied upon as tho property of J, C. llorii-.fr, to siitiofy a jmljriiiout that ltlioda Smith recuvorfil (igniiist said llori up; on tbo 6th dity of ifeU:-, 1S;)7. before U.3. Smith, fisq.-' - i'riiit leeiJj.UU AIM irt the enmo time and place all tire Visttt;' title and intcic.-t tlu.t J. J.Buiith br.s in and to ono hundred and forty-Hix Oures of land ndjoin iiij the lands of S. 1. Hale, Alfred L'arden and others, in the Kth civil district of Monroe county, levied upon as the property of J. J. Smith, to satisfy a judgment that Richard Spur ling recovered nguinst bim on tho oOlh of Kov., jsmi, oerore u. w.wviu, tsu. . . l'rint fecSi.UO ' , Also at tho same time and placo nil the rfcht, title and claim that Joseph 1'reakbill bus in und to one -hundred anil fifteen acres of land in the 9th civil district of Monroo county, ndjoiuing the lands of Samuel Houston Ilickg and others, and the saui. on which Spencer Urcakbill now lives, levied upon as tho property of Joseph Bi-cakbill to satisfy a judgment that Wnj.i Dyer recovered against J. IJ. Worthy,' admr., and Joseph Brenkbill, on the Tilth of November, 1870, before Jolia Minis, Jisq. v " ' ,11-lat.fcc8j.QU ., r- , .' ,i - 'Also at the same time and place, nllthorhrht, titlo and claim that Wm. K. Johnston bus in and to ono hundred and sixty acres of land ly iiijtlutho Sthiivil district of Monroo county, ndjoiuing tlio lands of. David Mowry, bteplion MuKoe and othcxs, levied upon as the land of Wm. P. Jobnatoa, toeatUl'y a judgment ami cost that H. V. Jones recovered against him - before waviu uojtcrs jvij. .... .. rrutJecajjuu. . . ...... Also nt the same "time and plnco. one other tract of land containine one hundred acres, in the J tU civil district of Monroe oounty, adjoin ing the lands of Alncy llobcrts ami of the Hum phreys heirs, levied upon ns the property of Asa Anderson, to satisfy a judgment that Stakclv i Co. rccovcrcil nialnst Joiin ltcst and A.ia Aniter- son, rendered the 9th of f vb., 1S."i7, before John .Minis, ijnj. " ' . . ,,' ll-mt rcc?j.uu , ill ' "WHOLES.VLE AKD RET.VIL DILVLERS IN Celebrated Excelsior and Clipper Reapers and I SOLE AGENTS FOR THE large assartmsiit of tho V7" A G O N whiuh wo can with afoty Warrrnt to tho fannora in every respoct. Tha Priea, laUriaJ, Conitraatioa, ai . Durability is unequalcil by any offered. '" ' '" 1 ' ' ': ' and Buffalo Scnlo Works. Hay, Coal, Platform and. ounter scales. W. fl. GIBBIXS. t If Wft F- j "T7 TIT! t VV XX it FPj r SATISFACTION GUAR.VNTE1 D Also nt the same time and place, nil the right, title n nd interest that Hiram I'carson basin and -to two hundred acres of land in tlio 14th.. civil . district of Monroe county, Tenn., ndjoininj' the . lands of James White, John Uoirers aud others, . levied upon ns the property of Hiram Pearson, to satisfy a judgment that Stukely & Co. reoov- ci ed ajininst him on tbo Oth of January, lhCS, : before John Minis, liiii. . l'rint fec5.UU , .. i : Also at the same timo and placo, nil the right, titlo aud inlorejt Unit Janice Kirkbmd has ia and to sixty acres of land, in the 2Jtb civil dis trict ol Muiii'ue county, Ten n., adjoining tlio : lauds ol'Jns. Uixou, TTiomiis Kogers and others, , sold to satisfy a judgment Stakcly & Co. recoy , ored against biiuontlic 7th day of Tay, . nctorc Juiiii .Mi ins, Li j. l'rint fet5.t)t 3 Also at the same time and place, all the rilil, . title and interest that James M. Patterson has in and to one hundred acres uf land iu the 7th civil district of Monroe county, Tuna., adjoining the lands of ti. W. Lea, li. W.Statouaml ot'uors. Also ono hundred and sixty acres in the some , district belonging to the same man, odjoininj . N. J. Spillman und others, levied upon us the property of said Patterson to satisfy a judjmout (but Stakely ii Co. recovered against biiii ou the , Gthof January, 18G(i, before John Mjuis,. Esq, 1 Print fco$j.U0 . , .. .,;u ,.. .., . ' Also at the snmo timo and place, all tho right, title and interest that C. It. tfartscll has in and to one hundred and sixty-four acres of laud in the 12th civil district of Monroe county, Tonn.,:' adjoining the lands of Thomas White,1 Jt'fRd Ts- bell and others, levied rtpon ns the laud of C. It.'.'1 Ilartscll, to satisfy a jadgnwnt fl at ?m!;oly & Co. recovered agaftlst him ontheGth of Scptoni-i " bcr, 186'J, before John Minis, Ksq. Print. fccSS.OO ; ; ; " "' ; ' ' - Alio at th anrne time and place, all the right, title anil interest that Wm. St.- Morgan has in i and to ton acres of laud lying in th l;lth eirll district of Monroe county, Tenn.i adjoining the ' lands of , levied upon as the land of Wm. M. Morgan, to satisfy a judgment that Wm. M. Stakcly recovered against biur on the Butli of December, 1 805, bei'oro John Minis, JEsij. " ' Print fce$3.00. . - ' At the same timo nnd.)lace, nil tho right, tl- i tie and interest that JesKei Kirkbmd has in and to eighty acres of land in the 20th civil district of Monroe county, Tenn., adjoining the lands of Christn (iilcs, lienry Heusleyniid others, levied : ' upon n tho land of said Kii'klaud, to satisfy a judgnicut that Wm.1 Stakcry recovered against ' him on the 3d of Feb., 18Gfl, before Johd Minis, ' 1 Esq.' ": i " " ' -' - -" 11 Print reeU.09 ' . ' 1 '" '. . , Also at tho same timo and place, all Hi. right, , title and intercut that Pnton ilutsoa bos in anil ; to one hundred und sixty acres of land Ju the i 12th civil district of Monroe county, Tenn., ad joining the lands of Widoiv llowers, V.. V. Cork . and others, levied upon ns (lie property of PatuQ Huston, to satisfy a judgment for costs ia the 1 Circuit. Court of Munroo county, rendered tlio 12th of SptM iSC.7, in the case of A. Duu, aud ' others vs. Paton Uutsoa. ' . 1 Print fcc3.00 ' ' " ' ; 1 ' '""'' I f ' ' ' i ;' All the foregoing tracts of land will b sold aa i herein described, unless debt and cost are pre- . vloaaly paid or mttiaftad. : . : ... . r I In no cue will the said land be reported as : sold unlena judgment ia canceled, and .11 costs and charges paid. -:. . J. E. tlOUSTOS, March 23,. rii-Ot . . bhcriffMoniue Co. r I i I ;',.,. ::-.; GENER-Ui' AGENTS FOR THE satialaction. V a refer with pnde tall ora Shelters anil Feeil Cutters, . (, G W. MAUlty. ( C.:TUUNEU.' MABRY, TURNER k CO., , ' :!'.",' (Successors to A. G. JACKSOX k fcO-J" ' ' " ' NO. -11 GAY ST11EET, IPf 03C;yiIXEV 'TXHIUMMZI, x :, '! n vi AGFJCU LT VILA Field and PLASTEE, CEMENT, Ilxclusivo Dealers in the Ceiebrated i Tornado Sweepstakes, Yetinghouse and Pitts'. Threchert. World, Buckere. Climax . and We bare in Store Field, Garden and Flower Seed, Pure and Trealt, Vfms 1 -"" runted True to Nana a. ;I---V.-,1-) ).IV W Wlionn's SnperiPhospbiite. i ; : o 'i - TT BOYD & VAUGHN, Troinpt attention will be given to cOnsignnlenU of Grain ahd,C6ntry Produce, and liberal Cash Adrai&rJuiitj oia'trTe.' nVI vim-.; ,tr i '' n-.i. iff ilia i :i Befet to TaylonBrofcyHf Wall Stroet, Now TdrV-B'. M. McClnn Caallef It National Bank, Knoxville Joseph B. Mitchell, Caabier i'eople'a Bank, Kaoxville, -i m d 2 e s ta1 -Oa'Sv- ,1,11 j vl llu. j (l 1 J- :tr M WAREHOUSE I iwc-b jix-iui ici nnjj i;i.n-!j ,. ,':vonj li.:ii i,!i i .jiv 1 -. i1. -IU' Il 1j Jjt J bilii 1 ,1VJ 1 iui t u". ..!' ! li il!i' ,.i 1 .-' a iitfLui :;ui.' il,,. tl 1- d 1 I a: .j 1 i up ..u v.-! ..j . 1. 1 J ij.'.l-.M - i 1 "' '' i-ik - '-i I I. Ill: - .. ' ! C J.. -4 .' I. ! .ni iimi i i ,i- I. ...i ' lj V',h ',' "' ! ''" ; r: . !',J 'l' ' ' X- - I .': tK1,1, J . I -', I 3- ii . V Mowersij. I 1 . . i. 1. -;ll'l .i i (lli'jul l'i4'.J'.i;l I I IT- .iu ii our patronacomprMuig xaaoy oftha Mtfwa j ...... : t i!i . -.: V i n; 'ii i-i t.-i i.(. ... ,r..,H ......t.t. . 'f'-l i m i . I j ,. , i i i j l -.' i. J03. A", MABliT L I 1-1 PL E H D U TO ! " . .1: ii : . viu Garden Seeds, . .,. SALT AND FERTILIZERS. v ' ' ! " jn-rery Flow Wood.' Reapem tnd'itMowert. a Full 8 took ef V. ':iin-- t 1 F -It 1 14 - ZTSTh 7 43 il A II ; f i-.'iii ! :A .Agents, Sweetwater; 'Tiuuhh :.-' :J Id;'-i n J;j') 2j 1. O r "; U F 'P-- la. t9 r-H a 3 ? 8 o. , . ' v, . 1 r! Bi