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THE PRACTICAL LOVXa.
. , - I did not purchase for taj brida Rich jeweled riot's and eoall fans. But what I thought would ba bar pride jWoAnpUu of poW and pai. 7 J' By golJeo gift or magie dower t If iha a propar wifa would prore, Ska would prefer aoma bags, of flour. I did not play with Jennia'f baart, Nor try to fix il wara itjfickla, A But eent, distrusting Modern art, ' t A aide of pork for bar to pickle, j I did not giro her rubins red, ,' To lend her flaxen hair relief. 1 But what would ebarn. when we wera wed, A good auppljr of potted beef. I did not wanton with herilore, That pined tyjneatle) onfmy bieaat) " Just like a drooping tiredfdove, y But lent a toaoli wbre it onld- rest. I did not, when the moon was bright, Take Jennie out fur tranquil walks, But took her what would more delight A doieo each of knivaa and forks'. I did not aend her flow'rets bright, . Whoite brightness, ah t ao uickl wanes, But oouifort in the darkest night, A sot of aheeta and counterpanes. And so at last our little atoro. ' ' ' Would furnish wall an Wiod cot ; But then I should have auid before "She jilted me and kept the lot. EAST TENNESSEE CHINA HOUSE. HEADQUARTERS FOR . Hi'Jlli L.'l.i. -'. i- SELF-SEALING FRVIT'JARS. 150 GROSS In Store for Season of 1870 Agency for . "White's" Paten Thief Detecting Money Drawer. An indispen sable article To Erery Well Furnished Retail Store. Address orders and letters of in quiryto ' R. M. DOLL & CO. Box 314. Knoxville, Tenn. mayl2tf WALL PAPER I WALL PAPER I SPLENDID NEW STOCK LOW PItlOE. Bamploa I'roe by Mail. , HEALD & LOCK, Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. tnarl(V3in t H. 0. SAWTELL, ( fhtccewor to Sauiell (6 Perkermn.) CO MM IS S 1 0 N M E R (1 HA X T, Atlannn, Georgia. rionsignments solicited and prompt returns J made. prl3-3ui im. ? 8 Iliglit fc Scruggs. r SPRING SUMMER STOCK CO MPLETE! We have received and want to sell Complete Stock of Merchandise, at prices to suit the times. You can buy of us, Domestics, ' ' Tickings, Drillings, Satinetts, Cassimeres, Linseys, ALPACCAS, DELAINES, . 'V Flannels,; ass'td colors, ; Jeans, Blankets, Shawls, .: Breakfast Capes BOOTS -SHOES Sugar, - - . Coffee, --t.;,' ,.-. Salt, '.-mm .:;: .' . Iron, Nails, " ' Queens ware, , mid NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS We make a ipemaltj of HARDWARE, And intend keeping on hand tosuitliuj era an ainiia 01. Mechanics' Tools, ' Building Hardware, Cutlery of all kind's and everything in this line, and will sell Ihom as-low as t bey aan bo bought and 'Hrbdgnrhare; ' - P K.O D U C D, Wo will buy your Wheat, vour Corn youy Oats, Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Dried . Fruit, Peas, to. ." , HIGHT & SCRUGGS. TT AVlIffc suggested foe Insol wney of the Fa ll tale of L. M. CHr, dcMl, tothc County (-Court of Monro county, Tennessee, all parson a . .-n. mm. 1.111, u. lUf -wlth the Clerk of the Coonly Coutt )fint Uu ez , T" "uK""'i amy autinntlcnttd as ;i Apnll, '7l.-4t WM. DTRR, Adm'r. CJ PHILLjPSi CHARLES t CO., . PRODUCE DEALERS -; AND . COmiSSION' MERCHANTS, i -. .. : 1 - - - Ml IV hzil STREETv ATLANTA; Q E0R0I A .ISr?"1" c- Vicouyit Sweetweter, Tenn.. will inMra hberal advances on ail shipments. feb22-liK ..... SPRING GOODS. 1 i f v MARdlT, 1871. COWAN, M'CLUNG&CO IItIPO RT EXIS AND J O B B E R S, GAY STREET, Knoxville, Tenn Offer to the Trade, at New York Jobbers' lowest prices FULL LINES OF Dry O 0 od s, SMALL WARES, NOTIONS CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, HARDWARE, QUEEXSWARE AND Groceries .ir i. Their assortment in every Depart m e n t 1 j Is more complete than heretofore and for variety and cheapness, ; -: c V I cannot be excelled by any JOBBING HOUSE I North 0 North or South. HLUY T. UELMBOLD 8 Compound Fluid EXTRACT CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS. Component Part Fluid Extract Rim barb and Fluid Extract Catawba Grape Juice. For Liver Complaints, Jaundice, Bilious Affeo- tioue. Hick or Naim ! I. 1.. ('....i !. PureJjr Vegetable, eoolaining bo Ur- aiuuru ur mieienous ifruge. II These PI1U an tha most delightfully pleasant piirgnlive, superseding castor oil, salts, magne sia, eio. There Is nothing mora acceptable to the stomacn. They git e tone, and cause nei ther F.ltlia tin mnin. Tl. . uv B ' 1 1,1 B f" 1 llD auvj wv cviu 5oadfthe finest ingredients.' Arter a few ajs' use of them, such an invigoration of the .ntiMIi.m I.U 1 - - . t mwiv m iu Kppvex miracu lous to the weak ami enervated, whethertrlsing rum uupruuenceor uisease. il. T. Ilelineoia e llamlwMinrl Vlnid P. M i1. v.. e D: i . are not sugar-coated, from the fact that sugar eoated Pills do not dissolve, but pass through the stomach without dissolving, consequently do not produce the desired effect. The Catawba Urape Pills, being pleasant in taste kind odor, do not necessitate their being sugar-coated. Price Fifty Cents per Box. E HENRY T. IIELMBOLD'S Highly Concentrated Compound FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA Will radically exterminate from the system Scrofula, Syphilis, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, Sore Mouth, Bora Held, Bron chitis, Skin Diseases, Salt Rheum, Cankers, Runnings from the Ear, White Swellings, Tu mors, Cancerous Affections, Modes, Kickete, Glundular Swellings, Night 8weate, Rash, Tet ter, Humors of nil kiuds, t'hranlo Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, and all diseases that lure been es tablished in the system for years. Being prepared expressly for the abeve com plaints, its Blond-purifying properties are grea ter than any other preparation of Barsaparilia. It gives the complexion a clear and healthy color and restores the patient to a state of health and purity. For purifying the blood, removing all chronio constitutional diseases arising from an impure state of the blood, aud tha only reliable and effectual known remedy tor the cure of pains and swelling of the bones, ulcerations of the throat and legs, blotches, pimples ou the face, Krysipe las aud all scaly eruptions of the skin, aud beautifying the complexion. M HENRY T. IIELMBOLD'S Concentrated FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU, The great Diuretic, has cured every case of Diabetes in which it has been given, irritation of the Neck of the Bladder and Inflammation of the Kidneys, Ulceration ol the Kidneys and Bladder, Retention of Urine, Diseases of the Prostrate Gland, Stoue in the Bladder, Calculus, 0 ravel, Brick Dust Deposit, and Mucus or Milky Discharges, and for enfeebled und delicate Con stitutions of both sexes, attended with the fol lowing symptoms: Indisposition to exerion, loss ofpowor, loss of memory, difficulty of breathing, weak nerves, trembling, horror of disease, wakefulness, dimness of vision, pain in the back, lint humln, flushing of the body, dry ness of the skin, eruption on tho lace, pallid countenance, universal lassitude of the muscu lar s.vstem, etc. Ud hy persons from tho ages of eighteen to twenty-five, and from thirty-livo to fifty-five or in the decliuo or change of life; after confine ment or lubor paius j bed-wetting in diildrm B llelnihold's Kxtract Btichu is Diuretic and Blood-puri tying, and cures nil diseases arising from habits of Dissipation, and excesses unil Imprudences in life, impurities ofthe blood. etc.. superseding Copaliin in affections fur which it is useil, and syphilitic nuections in theso diseas es used in connection with llelnihold's Rose Wash. LADIES. In many affections peculiar o Ladles, tho Ex tract Buchu 1 unequalled by any other remedy as in Chlorosis or Rctc'ution, Irregularity, Painfuliiess or Suppression of customary Evac uations, Ulcerated or Sehirnis state of the Ute rus, Leucorrhiva or Whites, Sterility, and for all complaints iucident to the sex, whether arising from indiscretion or habits of dissipation. It is prescribed extensively by the most eminent l'hysiciuus and Midwivcs tor enfeebled and del icate constitutions, of both sexes and ail ages (attended with any of the above diseases or symptoms). o . 77. T. 1IELMI10LD8 ExIraH liwhn Cure Duvanei arising from Iuijmtdenee, Ihbiti of Dissipa tion, fir., In all their stnges, at little expense, little or no change in diet, no inconvenience, aud no expo sure. 11 causes a irequeni desire, ami gives strength to Urinate, thereby removing obstruc tions, preventing and curing strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain and Inflammation, so frequent in this class of diseases, and expelling all poisonous matter. Thousands who have been the victims of In competent persons, and who have paid heavy fees to be cured in a short time, have found they have been deceived, and that the "Poison" has, bp the use of "powerful astringents," been dried up in the system, to break out in a more aggravated form, and perhaps after Marriage. Use Helrabold's Extract Buchu for all Alico tions and Diseases of the Urinary Organs, whe ther existing in Male or Female, from whatever cn&se originating, and no matter how long stand ing. Price, Oue Dollar and Fifty Cents per Bottle. r IIEXRY T. HELMJiOLD'S IMPROV ED ROSE WASH - cannot be suspassed as a Face Wash, and will be found the only specific remedy in every spe cies of Cutaneous Affection. It speedily eradi cates Pimples, Spots, Scorhutio Dryness, Indu rations of the Cutaneous Membrane, etc., dis pels Redness and Incipient Inflammation, Hives, Rash, Moth Pitches, Dryness of 8cslp or Skin, Frost Bites, and all purposes for which Salves or Ointments are used ; restores the skin to a state of purity and softness, and insures continued healthy sotion to the tissue of its ves sels, on which depends the agreeable clearness and vivacity of complexion so much sought and admired. But however valuable as a remedy for existing defects ofthe skin, U. T. Helmbold's Rose Wash has long sustained its principle claim to unbounded patronage, by possessing qualities which render it a Toilet Appendage of the most superlative and congenial character, combining in an elegant formula those prominent requi sites, Safety and Eftloaoy the invariable accom paniments of its use as a Preservotive and Re fresher of the complexion. It is an excellent Lotion for diseases of a Syphilitic Natnre, and as an injection for disoascs of the Urinary Or gans, arising from habits of dissipation, used in connection with the Extracts Buchu, Barsapa rilia, and Catawba Grape Pills, in Buch diseases as recommended, cannot be surpassed. D Full and explicit directions accompany the medicines. Evidence of the mast responsible and reliable character furnished 0-4 application, with hun dreds of thousauds of living witnesHes, and up ward of 30,000 unsolicited certificates and re commendufbry letters, msny of which are from the highest sources, including eminent physi cians, clergymen, statesmen, eta. Tho proprie tor has never resorted to their publication in the newspapers ; be does not de this ficra the fact that his artscles rank as 8tsndard Preparations nd do not need to be propped up by certificates. II. T. Helmbold's Genuine Preparation, Delivered to any address. Secure from ob servation. EXTABLIHIIED fO UrWARBR Or TwEXTT YllRS. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Add res- letters for Information, in confidence to HENRY T. 11 ELM BOLD, Druggist and Chemist. Only Depots : H. T. Helmbold's Drug and Chemical Warehouse, Ns. 594 llroadwuy, New York, or to II. T. Helmbold's Medical Depot, 104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for Henry T. Ilclmbeld's. Take no other. E. J. SANFORD &, CO.'S GUARANTEED LEAD. 8100.00 XNT GOLD! OFFEItKD. Our Boston Premium, Mountain Tarrant and Snow fUxa Brand of WHITE LEAD, have been too long and Bivofsbly known to icqnlre commendation from . TK-lr excellence and high reiiuutlon has lnuaced inprlnclpled men In some cam to counterfeit aud pahn off worthless and Impart articles for these favorite brands. We shall continue to keep theio popular Lead, pat op exclusively for as, which can be relied upon ss genuine. To protect ourselves farther, however, in the sale, and the public In tha dm of a STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD, wo an brvrlnj an article nuunftutored which will ba told ottlt tinder our firm nime and WRITTEN GUARANTEE, pledging ourselves to forfeit t IOO.OO IIS" GOLD, If it contains anything clue bat pure Lead and Oil. If yon wonM havo the BEST, ssk for L J. SANFORD & CIS GUARANTEED LEAD, TXH9J, 'errtAXOU2 'siaiOOtutQ aiva&ioim ' OD 9 dUOiNVS T '3 'tCftDAiUoO tU3jo3Q; pita t)uni43ji" ,Cq jut uof -jsdj Ci3.i3 111 3.1 n j lif.u If '3ifoq you3 uodn pjjjs.iip so pun 'iQluiojtf pstj ljfiAt pilff pitU tf uivfqo of fitatuoiu u tCopp j3.13.ffns on f3 i snofSfSiCqd injurs iCq pjsn puo p3plt3IUUt033.l 1t33q SUI ff '3llf3fp3IU p3UfU)l UO M3U V SO fl U3f pfIOS iio on f s3fmpfTj fs.eo.11 3 puo 'SUO3Cj0 )S3f 31fpOOfS SUI( fj 'SilUp SHOHOSfOlf SUfttfVjUOl so V. t 9fDffS3Y pjnOlfS UO OU '. S3JltO)SqtlS 9lqOt36l Jo iQj.llll) pjS0(f03 Sf "dWVUO rjNV INIVld woo uBwwns 'oNiounj iru 'Nivd 'snaaow vu3ioho 'onoo 'xnu Aaooia 'AmNasAa 'vdhuuvici ao anna cim aoj asirjuu.t.1 sasru Attachment. Michael Read vs. A. T. Kdwarch. The Plaintiff on affidavit says the Dofondant is indebted to him, and that he is a non-resident of the State, or is so that the ordinary process of law cannot be had, and having obtained an orig inal afncliinont against the estate of the de- leiKlant made returnable before Buigis Witt, a Justice ofthe Peace for Mouroc county, and tho same having been levied on his property, it is ordered by aid Justlco that tho defendant ap pear before him at his office in Monroe county on the 11th day of Jeptcniber, 1871, or it will he proceeded with ex parte. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four successive weeks in the Sweetwater Kntrrprien. This 10th day of March, lb'71. BUUCilS WITT, marl G-it Jus. Teace for Monroe Co. Blank Books, STATIONERY 3 Caps, Letter and Note Papers, Envelopes, -"in iieuus, .Letter and Koto Honda, Flat Pupers, Printer's Cards &.O., io., &.O., ALL AT LOWEST PRICES. County Officers can got any Book or Ko- 1 . .... coru mey need at tho East Tennessee Book House. Cull and select from our Stock. feb9-ly R.II.RICIIAKD3.&CO. IK. K, BENSON WITH DAY & HALSEYj Importers and Wholesale Dealers in HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, Railway, Steamboat and Machinists SUPPLIES. NO. tt-AU CANAL st., Opposite Earlo's Hotel. How York, jauWtt' PIANO 1 U IV I IV G AND II E I' A I H I N G I J PERSONS desiring to have their Piano's tuned or repaired will do well by sending their or ders to the undorsigned. I am prepared to do all hinds of work on Pi anos and Organs at short notice. Satisfaction given or no charge. Send your orders by mail to U. C. CLUT30.U, 10 8t Ricevillc, Tenn. BAR ANDJAND IRON THE VULCAN WO It It H OF CHATTANOOGA, Offer for sale, for cash, an extensive and full assortment of BAR AND BAND IRON Manufactured from Charcoal Pig, At the Prices of Northern Iron, In large or small Quantities. -maris 4t ' .. Western and Atlantic Railroad. Clinno of Schedule. On and after Sunday, February 12th, 1871, the Passenger Trsine will run on the Western & Atlantic Kailrond as follows : Niuut Paskesokr Traix. ' Leaves Atlanta .10.15 P. M. Arrives at Kingston 1.14 A.M. Arrives at baltnn S.2U A. M. Arrives st Chattanooga 5.40 A. M. Leaves Chattanooga 9.00 P. M. Arrives at Dulton .....11.11 P. M.- Ariivesat Kingston 1.51 A.M. Arrives at Atlanta 6.17 A. M. Dat Pashenoeb Traik. Leaves Atlanta , 8.15 A.M. Arrives at Kingkton.,..,- .-.11.45 A. II. Arrives at Dultou 2.13 P. M. Arrives at Chattanooga..... 4.25 P. M. leaves Chattanooga..... .5.50 A. M. Arrives at Dalton 8.10 A.M. Arrives at Kingston V. .10.30 A.' M. Arrives It Atlanta 1 00 P. M. U. B. WAlKEIt, M. T. 1 nxr.m A. DAX.V, ;:l.;or. Elif Dollar Wwktna. A Kewspaparai tb Prvaani Time. Intruded far Tooplo Kow Karch. lnelasi.g Frtna s. 3lM.ift-ite4. Mcrehintt. Pro. fcu.oaal Men, VtuiRv.T-ilaUers, ojtl 1 I Ua-v w of Houost Folks, sail the Wivti, Sous, sod l) a ashlar, ul alliuea. ONLY ON'K DOLLAR A ISAtt I ONB HUNDRED COPIES Pott UD, Or 1 Uun Ud Cent a Co-r. Let taare be a 20 Clan si avorv rott umcs. BE.MI.WEEU.LY SUN, 3 A YEAH, or Ui same sis set rcncraT extractor st THE WKtSXT. bill with a (tsatcr varltty ot mucei:anaa raodint. sad furalstiluj toe nwt to in satiKrllMia with treaterfreauncM. txuuie It ootuM twice s VHk lastojMl atones oalr TH.E DAILT SIX, i A VnAIl. A proaTiln.jntlv r?nil-h a u,w,i,er, wita tlie I-mi ciro.itatt in 111 Ui.. InHe noKlnnt. (1 Kni-ie in ttO'W.K,. A I 11m n.iri f. m ev.ry wUt-Ti). l 'cjiiti a c.iyf : by luall. 30 Qsuu a oiotiis, or SO a TERM3 TO CLUBS. TI1E DOLLAIt YVCEULY hVS. T'.i cjpiet, ens roar, tekartitrir "Sr--t-1. Panr Didlara. Ten conies, one Tr, aennrutelr al.-rcsl (iud as sxiraoop totketfultor 10 'if einDi. tlsht Oollnra. Twantv nonlei. one y'r, opiritelv attitresied (a .a sa KXm copy w llie litt r npof eirbt. filtoea Dollar. Flftv eepl"". one jenr. tnoni a iiirrai nn. tlio Semi- Weekly uu vtur l etitler n'l or club), Thirty aiiroa Dollars. FlfiT rnnlet. noo rear, epmnle'r n iSreaieS (: ia Utf Scuu.Wruklyoueyn.ti"o e.M.r ni- orcmh). Thirty. Sro Dullur. Cno hamlred em hi, ne year, ti rne tS'lreia (ad II14 Dally tor una year to iM t tier ut of rilty Dollara. Oas tiondred ensles. odo rear, nenralrly ad dre'M'l iait.1 UiaLiallyloroue yir to ine irtlier op of club). eiixir Dollar. THE SE1II.WEEK.LY SUN. Five conic, one year, teparatel v n'ldi ..rd. Msht Dollars. Ten eoMea, one ye,r. reparatelv auttrcMud (aad a cxirucopy togeiior ap rr rl.i.), Wxteen Dollar. BEND TOl'lt IIIOXEY lnPot ftnVe inter", el-eta. or draft en Xe V ork. wnereror couTO-ilent. If not, Inva retfllter tiie lulturi couululns uiut.ey. Addrtwi I. W. E-fflLAWrt, pnbll.lier, Sua office hew York City. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair to its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeaWo, healthy, and effectual for preserving tho hair. Faded or gray hair it toon restored to itt original color, with tho gloss and freshness of youth. Ihin bair e thick ened, falling bair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore tho bair where tho follicles &ro destroyed, or the elands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling tho hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or fulling off, and consequently prevent boldness. Free from those delutorious substances which rrmko soma preparations dangerous, and injurious to the hair, tho Vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can ba found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric,' and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy lustre and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Cuimists, LOWELL, MASS. PHICB SI.OO. For salo bv R. F." SCRUGGS, Sweetwater, and by Druggists and Dealers generally. E. J. SANFORD & CO. Knoxville Wholesalo Atents Htl- h Darby's Prophylactic flUIIS Invalimlile Family Mediclnf , for pnrify- clellnBiineluovTaTilo Slckueeu; tor burns, gored, wouutln, Htinga; tor Erysipelas, rheumatism, and all akin diseases For catarrh, sore mouth, sore throat, dipthcria'. For colic, diarrhi.cn, cholera; as a wash to soften and beautify the skin; to lemove Ink spots, mil- ilew, fruit Ktaina; tnkpn internally as well a applied externally; is highly recommended b; all nhohave used it is for sale by all Drug):ig and Country Merchants, and may be ordered d i rectlyofthe DAUBY PROI'HYLACTIC CO, " ""TuTTTuliaTII-itreetJTTT' jan5-ly 3 A LECTURE -To Young Men. Just Published, in a sealed envelope. Price6cts. A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment ami Rad ical Cure of Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weak ness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Ucpllity, and Impediments to Marriage generally ; Ner vousness, tonscmption, r.pilepsy, and Fits ; Mental and Physical Incapacity, remltine from Self-Abuse, &c. By ROB MIT J. CULVEK- H ELL.M. U., Author or the "Ureen Book," Sc. The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearlv nroves from his own exneri- ence that the T nT consequences of rkll-Abuse may be effectually removed without - medicines, and without eaaireroue surzlcnl operations, bou gies, instruments, rings or cordials, pointing out a mixie or care at once certain ana eaectuil, by which every eulferer, no matter what his condi tion nay be, may cure himsolf - cheaply, pri vately, and radically. This Lecture will prove a Boon to Thousands snd Thousands. Sent under seal, to auy addresa, in a plain sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two poetaav stumps. Also, Dr. Culverwell'e -"Margiage Guide," price 25 cents. Address the ruDUeners, CHA8. J. C. KLINE & CO., 1 127 Bowerv, New York. P. O. Box4586. " dcc22 '70 ly. Cheapest Paper in America KNOXVILLE WlTlG Afio RIBISER 0:0 Woelily Only One 1 'oil ax-. DAILY ONLY SIX DO LARS THB Mammoth Weekly, eontal rir xty Col umns each number, is the largest paper In the Month, and is published at a coat leaa than the price of the blank paper. It is the paper for everybody. Subscribe for it and make your neighbor do likewire. Address VYillO AND REGISTER, aovlO Knoxville, Tenn. Already Over 22,000 1 OF THE CELEBRATED 8TOVB FASHION & MONITOR Have been sold. EYERY PEESON WANTING S 0 TF as $ SHOULD SEND FO PB ID i LISTS, BY SO DOING THEY Will Stive Money. SOLD BY Hoxsio & DcPuc, Knoxville, Tenn. Agents for East Tennessee. jau26- Emisrants and Travelers SAVE YOUK MONEY If you are going to Memphis, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, New Orleans, Gulveston, Texas, or any point on the Missirsippi, lied or Arknusns Riv ers, or to St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Omaha, or any point West or Northwest, be cer tain and buy your tickets via St. Louis, Memphis, Nashville and Chattanooga Great Through Line. Trains run through from Chnttan 10 n W H tni phis, Tenn,, aud Columbus, Ky., Without Change of Cars. Therefore milking Only One Change Ilrlvvrn Chatlanoeg and SI. Lonix. This is tho short ami ciuick route West and XorthwcKt, being from 28 TO 100 MILES SHORTER than bv anv other rnntn. Anrl .niml tr ter than any Line to Texas, Arkansas and the Mississippi rivor. Emigrants by this route will not be put in Box Cars which have no fires, seats or comforts of any kind; but will have excellent Passenger cars, thoroughly heated and well ventilated. Remember this and five us a trial and see ir w do not do us we oronosa. m Elites of Emigrants are as follows : Knoxville to Memphis, $13.90 ' Little llock, 20.00 " St. Louis, (Kail) 21.35 " " (Itiver) 17.3;". " Kansas City, (River) 27.35 " " (Hail) 31.35 " St. Joseph, " 31.35 " " (River) 27.35 " Omaha, " 33.35 (Hall) 37.35 " San Francisco, (Rail) .... 1 14.35 " (River) 110.34 " Kansas City, all River,.. . . 21.85 Passengers and Emigrants by thin Line from Chattanooga have choice of 3 different Routes to tho West and Northwest, as follows : Via Union City, Hickman or Louisville, therefore giving ti superior advantage) overall other Routes. Truins mn to and from Chattanooga, as follows : LEAVE. ARRIVE 3.10a.m. Sundays Excepted. 4.30 a. m 8.00 p.m. Daily, 7.10 p. m- All passengore are entitled to 100 povnds bag gage, which will be handled with care free of charge. For further Information addresa Agents of this Line at the following places : R. M. Hook, Chattanooga, Tennessee. II. C. Rose, " " L. L. Osment, Cleveland, " H. W. Rcnfro, Loudon, " W. J. Tavlor, Morristown, " Q. M. Harrill, Knoxville, " For Quick Time and Sure Connec tions don't forget to buy your Tickets by the St. Louin, Memphis, Nashville and Challa novga Great.Through Line. JOHN W. THOMAS, Genl Superintendent W. L.DANLEY, "Oenl P. & T. Agent A BOOK FOn THE HIIXIOX. MARRIAGE I Marrlei, ar taaM abaal ta Barrr. an taa payatnlnrlaal irWilaa aaS rawiaihaa ef GUIDE. I latmaiaaaftMaalaatiafaat M laimtnif ila, tVaanaairnlneaaiplaaiaai. A. TLiai.ajthiivmilBa worker tare fcaaartdaad Ivtelr OeaT aa. )U aaatareaa cnfrevlate, aaal eaaHlat nlsablelalae. uailaai fat Iboae wae are awrlad. ar eaateoapuu aaarrtaea. siiiLUia - n..- ajqaafhil inl lir. af ulZTiii: nmm- I ale airaat, Notloo to th Afflloted and Unfortunate. tra an)rhf U the Mcarlnai ,m vka aAarttet la paalle paeara. er aarat aaf aaaes raaiaillaa, parajaa Dr. Baaae ' vert, ae - III! Ill oaaiU.a. Dr. Uutta ex U ananKeS, faneaatar ar ar Baa, ea eke aaeeauBMaUeoet In hta aiertnu OSUe, ae.llJIfU aialufe -Sueal. aaiaenllMketaaa Cliaaaiai. St. Uata. Ma. A. Xla.ro Colleotlon. POWlAim-a aaCTIWrV-ktairal Arte. Btaea.eilaa. . aoNprislaf raluakle I n airnailaei ret inrtMr. Beat br a..HraelpoaU.ll.r rirTV Ceaut Aedreaa O. a.0a. k 4JUIT, He. a Jlenk UskU aoeat, at. fnnlll wan a ii inaiaaai aw I iiij naaaa Tlinrs CflLtlCTtOWef arertraeai , aMbiaeOnaHlriallkUMnef Wlae, Sla, Ala, Slala, auaarlar CiaW, ae meek alter aaeralli near, Car v eaaeallac In ' '- "J Tfti n.ia. Saal kr mall ftae ar reekual far 1r Onw. a. a. (OIUUIIUT. la. Ii KkU Ilttu aueel. at. LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. HTl4.f eaalleerfiTlfMltto)MTffl BX K UP. tlalaala andetlMien. JCXKTt Il la Ik rreat lataaur an CMIeWt aaalkhar aaeaeer In an tlaaaorrakreaaikten kr Teaaalai er eaeelkafeanaa. ha. aafeAMtMararuallaeheCe..SLlMla.ae. aokt r sraulala aa4 4ealaiata audlaue anrrakert. pianos! pianos! pianos fit Six Gold Medals were Awarded At Lara Faina bild in hi 3oct ix Otroaai axo Noraaaia, 1869, to' CMS. M, STIEFF, For th best HAN OS, Tr Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York PIANOS. Office and New Ware-Rooms, No. I North Liber ty Btrect, above lisltimore Street, Unltlmore, Md. BTIEFFS 3?IAIVOS Ilave all tka latest improvements including the AOR.EFE TREBLE, IVORY FRONTS, Improved French Action, fully warranted for five years, with orivlWe of exchange within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory to purchasers. Second hand Pia nos and Parlor Orirans always on bund from 160 M300. Rkfirkxcm who hate ocr Puxob ik Cur: flcn. Rob't. E. Lee. Lciimrton. Vs.. Ornrral Roh't. Itunsom, Wilmington, N. C, Gen. ). II. Hill, Charlootte, N. C, Gov. John Letcher, Lex ingtou, Va., Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La., T. II. Evous, K. It. Clark, and Dr. A. Nelson, Morristown, Tenn., John L. Rhea, A. Gaines, Eumage & Co., Knoxville, Tenn., Gen. T. D. Arnold, Greenville, Tenn., Gen. J. C. Vaughn, J. W. Goddurd, J. W. Lotspcich, Sweetwater, Tenn. Send for a Circular containing (MO names of persona who havo purchased the Stieff Pianos in tne Bom n since the war closed. apr21 ly. TS2 A3Q7I Represents the Famous JttEDIC&L AWfWffr, XR. S. VAN METER, cir CHARLESTON, ILLIX011. AS ENOIUTKD BT Un. BAKER, TAKES MOM TIIJSPOT. ThU ! tbe Urgmit Inflrmsry wont of the t'ocfiir nniuuin, iow iorK i-iiy, wimroNii u u route JJU I'ftjioi nrs sncct(i fully trutotl. OVER 1500 CASES trmtid Ht tint etlalilialimivnt nminllr. Inrlml iiig thupfl nfflietuii with DisensM ut Throul nud l.nn. Private IMttuueaj ttnd DUimbfh of FhiiiaIsh, 8ro Uyi'i, Cutitrrh, Piri md FitU( Kpili(tyt Dypi, DfofneM. Heart DUmi, L.Klctt H v ilruefl, lrtiy, Old Mortw, Ulcni, Cincrat ScroiT ala,Hnd muny othrr kiii'I not wri tinned. For a eomplot dowrfption f this MtnblUhment lend tlirM ccnti aud gal VsoMwdr1! Journal of Jlimltli by Mturu Bail. AddrMt ZJt. tf. TAN METER, OhurluttoD, Illinois. HEAD WHAT TICSE GEJTLEJE1I HAVE TO SAY. Bfltnf Permntlly acqnalntod wltb Dr. 8. Vn Metnr, h ImIdk s mmlir of ths Churcb of Chriiil, and In flailing hta Infirmarv nutlnie liia Immenae practice nl aurcaa in Iha tinaling- art, w heartily andorao ami nvnamiand Uiin lo the brathprhuod and puhllc ffennrHlly, balieviiig him U hr Jiifit what bft rlalm. Kt.D. DAVID WALK. Hemphla, Tenn. EI.D D. O. TYI.KK, T.'rre lUula, In.1. KLD. JNO. R. IIUI KTT. Kmlnener, Ky. KLU CO. BAKTUOLOUKW, Ul'arla.Iaci. KLD. J. O. PARSONS. Charlnton, Ilia. SLO.TII0M AS MUNMKLL, Cincinnati. O Cor. Ras'r Auwieau ChrUllaa If la. SaaUtu. KLD. SAM L nilWZKN. Kuilll.Dc.. Kr II Du.17 t.-if nnwvu B.rfi.it ir V r... "n 1.... i.iiinin. BKV.J. ATKINS. Clorolanil.T.na. STEPHENS, FLYNN CO., General Commission Merchants, Forsyth Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Consignment Solicited and returns prompt ly made. feb23-ly DO YOU WANT A Sewing Maohme, Plow, or Dictionary? 'THE KNOXVILLE Weekly' Chronicle! A LARGE Eight page Faintly Mcwspapor Reading Matter on every page. 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