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Muri'lfunPoii.'TNi'ws."' I'H en l,.iru s an. ui.itrM, ikj l-Yi'lv lll.illlill, I lit . iilll.i l-;'ll,i:l f 'it V, Ji Va.l.l. U lS M.itlllatril will) Kitll)S ne wi'to iii hovi r.il pf.i ! ailunltiiiii. OII..U1. Till! Ikttflllt WHS tmslUTC.-iNi'ul. In ll.W.lyu tv tRilrf t!nKi'iuib liiMii il'tli-.itiou i'!ir:r-l t.i tim Mt.iU Cniv.iiitioti nr Trnt"ii iiifir. Tlio totnl lois l.y tin l';.(.'!i'! v-, (.'ill ifi.mi.t, tiro U i..ti.ii;il l..t S.itl'.I.II.K). Tlit lit of 'wunnMi-ri w !:ir-h- iiirivasc.l. Xlai iIJvv.i;iIoo.iui .St. l'aul ii.iiliiail 11 rutl iit Viiin.-M!i;ic, WU, iiK'I'.i-llii' tli-i T- -Lymph olfl.-e, w.ts b.tniiil 'iiluy. ' " A:i insurroi t'm Ins lirnlion nut in M UTil .1). TIlll M Mi :I1V m.ikiii Vi;,'iir- uii . iittntL uji in tint CiU'li'l t .MHila, it NkMiiiirt town bi liilini t) Spain. l'l'tiili-at Tii if ix is iii.!isim( .1. Q lira Vii-t.jii.i is Hiili'tiriii!,' from lllu-n- III if I HIM. S-wt Ins 1"fn iv:'ivo.l from Ali-ri.t, in.lio.i(iii piMjfio.H tuwar.t tint iv.stor;i tio:i of 1'ivnc'i Kiiiiiviu.uy everywhere. L l it I'i'Miy tlne.i lintels und several nt.rc. tvero btirnoil ut St, Johns, New Dra i8A ic!c. Tito Intni-itioMal Industrial Ksjmimi tio'i, at B ifilo lian opciiL';l very tiuspi cioitsly. T'l.yiiin'iio alvii'os rwe'veil in Wnsli incf'o'i sttto Unit IJnii B.ttler in nlie.vl in t!i 5 r.tM:M'li n.-wtM ram. Ho.TeUry U mtttX'U loft Wasliintoii yeit.H' lay for Ciii.'Iiiiiafi, wlwro ho in to Hi.!.ik to-ilav, iunl will ulso upouk nt Ciovtflau l, ()., to-niiirrow. TI1K KXTr.KPP.iSK. Sv.ci'lH!tt'r,Tiur.il;ij,Si. "Js (s7l Our Fair. Jleiv vra tvnij nyun! And wo in- ti'lui to l;i-f milling i.t tlio jin-ido ul .Vloimw cuiintv, alio of llit Xiiiiik-hmct m iaUy, until tin- loiii of (K'toIxT, tin it.iy M-t apuil fur tli. iiiiiiiitfiieiiiieiit ol :!; J-;.s:i in lJ:vi..i in Fair. Wu uri our jM.-ojili1, Hot o!i!y of Molil'i.o county, tint throughout tiio division, to turn nit in I", 'ivi! an. I atUnJ tho Fill". Do :int only turn out your vivos, luit c irry .villi yon naui-de-i of your farm juMiliict.i, iiiauufa.-tiuvs, uii l L'c. thing that will i:M i:iti l'i-l to tim oica.siou, ami that will lvjiroM-nt tlio iVh'.mivfK of our high ly f ivnivil l.iiul. Lot tlio w.nhl mo an.l know t'a.'.t wi ari; iiutiifrail nor ashumud to ooinparo rciouicta vita tiny other ;:ilt of tin; hnhitaUi! ;1d1)(i. Ail yes aro tunii'il to Kast TeiilKHiei', Which section of o:ir liolile Utato is) rejU'i sent eil ulii'otut as olV. rin; tlio lu t imluee- i nt tils for immigrants ami e:tiital nnil "Tli lV.itlon of Ilfiiinifai'v." It is no ii' W tlii:ij for lf. :.i a r.iUi t-i plant t:n .a si 1 ve s oil tile ('.i!'s!i:utio:i. 1'hey havn ilouc it from tin- eat!;e:.t 'lnys of our po'aticij history. It is iiuthm:,' la. 40 tuaii they pi ol'i to. to l.ow. Nul mly iIj tiiey intend I) hoid t'a.-.t ly its authority us tlio shift anchor of safety no, but they uro rosolveit " to - hnM tiio Uadieals to it also. Tho I ). in.icrat!i: l.ktiiuo is, that tlio t!oti.-.titiition id the supremo law of the Union, to be respect ed and obeyed in nil its pi'.rts. It is to bo accepted as a whole, none of its pro visions beitiy iumvd or distorted f ir partis tit ends. Tho luuettdniciits bein ;i part of tho iiiH'.rr.ineiit, tliry .omics.s eipi il authority with tho original Isidy. Tin; vho!n is received by lViuocrat!! im tlio rnlt! for tho country in its federative capacity. It is precisely the Faiuo i iou:iil in respect to tho umeiiiaiK'iits that was taken by Massachusetts Demo This bein.r we'd laii.oits saltpetre," established, wo havo but to ad.ll i ss our " ' harmlessly i:rats two ve.irs ago, uii'it.t'.ti' t ii'ad'i iic.'S." The poivt r .-.-.it :.pi:uli iu CuukI'i s i"4' as ii.iiiaiij,' iu iha ciuiMilHT ulale it is 'pol.m, fomp tied witlt lis ii:i!.u nee till tim mitiou at lnrgo. L'yismtors are pov. evli ss iu the tut I, unless supported by public opi'.iii.u; ui.d public opinion is m ide ly tim pu! lilied th"ii;,'hts nn.l ideas of Hie thinner who pettk, sextiiiu ed by the thinkers who write, tllito us often as othcivwae, tho origin of the tiiDiigl'.t is iii tiie writer, ami thoclotjucut orator imiy resets the Kdas wiiich havt Uiii moved I iv the diligent author oi jfiiuualist. Tho iiiilueneo of the pres. ij as siib'.'.t! ns the air we breathe. Noth ing can t oinpier or obliieiaio it Des potic Ooveniuietits Liay lcpiws iittt-r-nuco at hiilue, mid establish tl cordon o; censor ihip to iib.siraet tin) entraueo o: fifo t xpressiou frtm abroad, but thought thus banned and confined ltf Iiko gttn powdei'o i iipresMid. L'it loose, t.'io "vil ns Bhakspearo fiilh burn with tho uiti'i selves to thelivin.'tiuestioiist.f the hour. hash, (.niihtinl, the oxiiIomoii, when l They uro ninny iiml weighty, anil tie-1 eomes, is invsistible. So thought, hid maud the mos't serious thote'ht. ltadi- HUppressed, when the kiiullin. 1 ilior, iu the South, on account of its I eilism prefers to evade lliein, and raise is- npnrk reaches it, oxiilotles, to tho terror Waters' New Scale Pianos. ' WITH IHO.N IT5AMK. ! Overstrung Hass aiiJ Aritlfe 1'ii lge. 3IeltOeou iiitd Cabinet Or- TIIK IO-sT N.VMFATIKKI1. (WArtRAXTKD ' Toil SIX YEAKS. 1 UUIUT OFFIUI! UllAfK W.VTKItS, 41 Wlwur. X. Y., ir in omac: VISE KNUOItsKU le.i.lin I'lonii'i C"WCVt. will ili.-p.iMj ot' tint 1 1 mi t rol Piioio, Mc i IkIi oiih ii ii' I Oiaaiis of nix lirrit-l isn lunkem, ut extrvuifty law irice, fur Cash, during Una immtli, ur will tuke tnnu i't to iij inontl.ly in. tit ai I. I'l.i.'xerMi-'a l'iiiu.4 ure iiii'lii.lnl in tin it'iovi ntt'ir. Iliasir;iti'l l'n'.il.tio miiileJ. Vui'room, No. -4-sl fjiuii.lwiiv, Nfm Yo.k. UUttAtii W.Vitll-!. all me ins, to lead a helping hand iu en- eouragin',' and Kupporuu;.; nil agricul tural associntlons and ehib!tions of in dustry. There will be a laro ntuiiber of visitors in iittelidnlieo fnuu tho nd- T.vo c.itton mills wont bnnintl linar J joining States, with the view of iuvesti- Pliiladelphia, l'.i., on tho 122.1. Loss gating tho characters of soil, climate, tvst mineral and ngrii-iilturnl resurce.s. t).ir Fair i t tlio placo when and where the truth or falsity of this nsiortion is to 1: tes'od. Kvery 1 ind-owncr, mid Hvery individual identified with, and interested in, the early development of tho reso'in;;s, and lit tho "irowth anil ..lies that aro dead ov irrelevant; but the Democracy w ill push on to the adjustment of what is ui'.'"iit and aiive. Until tho State and National Democratic Conven tions will fully express this ilc.ennina tiiei. T!ii.v will t:t.-n lin!atiili nil the f..i!;nti it is n.,,1 .l. i,,-.. i.l its ', Thurslay, myw "Wa leurii that .Mr. prosperitv of Kast Te; nessee, ought, bv just and final enforcement throughout ; V.ll,rlit ti;avi'1'"' "K""1 f"r A,ycrs . . . ... .. t . - I Mr ll.l'..ii ilrnii.h.iir r. ll.n It ..... ill.. oi tyrants anil Uio tiosriuction ot the obstnc'e.-i which ftbsolutibut piles up ugaiitht progress." Narrow Esenpn from Drown in:;. Tlio Kingston Kust Toiuies.-it'eiiii of la-t $:"),i)'H). Tii.' C inintissioner-i of Internal Revo nu ) d .'jid'M tint th'i interest on tho now fund 1 1'j.iu bond., of 1872 is not to bo productions nnd lnsoiirces with refer- eiii o to invi Ktiiig capital. J hu people of nearly every county in East Tennes see aro straining every nervo to make tho Union. And on this unshaken ba- i l"r' "';'.""; ir me ivrnxwnn ..; i..... .;n ...l i.. ti ..t nim of h. J. banrnrd ami Lo., had a nar- otr 1111.J ill mi. alii v. in i.iu iii...4 ill . . i. i i . i l a . ,- rmv osciiea tioni ili'owiiinc on riiilav t. iilutses in ''overninoiit, the restoration of 1 .,. , sound principles of admiuistratiou und the relief of a tax ridden eot'iilry. u 1 witlt tho ti j'tipai Mits rii uiiv.l ir.idei tie; ne'.v ste int )o it law as i ion as nuch their iiuludisl in jvturns for lax itio.i in .om- tho imv attractive iu (inter that they p iling the 0 l.vernmtmt tax of t wo nml ! way bew IV tlio palm. "Will tho peo a imlf per eont. on thy net eurningn of ! ll f )ld Monroe n!glect this golden i, ...lis i opiioi'tunitv of lidding new laurels to Tim Secretary of tho Treasury lm.s their ert.wu of g ory by dastard u.nc writtoti a lett-r dire.!ting inspectors of! tlvlt.v- t'i? I't tLiar glory for- i..vf. f,. I,,vnall .t,v,.i-s ,av,vi.l.!,;vl,i' depart? o hopo not. lheu n.liiL iii i'i um. iii.ii.oi, aim, ii.niii.ii- Ktandiag t jin has been, comparatively speaking, a poor crop j'ciir, you should all lii'tstjr u; soiiielhiiig, nnd earn il to the Fair, lfvott go theri." w ithout uiiy thing to place on exhibition, expecting that your neighbors will supply the Fair, you will ail return home niortitied in feelings, disappointed iu your expecta tions, and a snaiiiel'iil failure will be tho result. 15ut let nil who can, cany some thing, and the Fair is bound to bo a grand success. Above till, do not pace tho public highways nnd thoroughfares nnd labor to create the impression that, because it is not conducted ex-u tly ac cording to vour ideas mid notions, the it Fair must uecess-iri'v be n failure. So, tieoii'.e- fanners of Monroe, do not fail to do .something for the Fair. Wo shall write again upon tho subject, between now iilal til i lnt i of Octo ber. In conc'.usii.ii, we say, go to work, n:nl assist in making tho days of the Fair pleasing, instructive, entertaining and long to be remembered by the farmers of F.ast Tennessee. e piipiiiunts (Mil bo provided o iv in u s. Tmiu I'm returns, the indications are t!t it th'i ne'.v ('institution in Nebraska is d.it'o tte.l by from flOJ to 1,000 major ity. T!m R :n in Catholic I'riests of Ros tov havo u iito.l in a petition to tin Al donii in tint tho street t in tho vicinity of all the churches of tho city bo paved with wood. ( Km. Shorid m and party were at North Piatt last Friday. (1 iv. Al t irii, of Misslppi, is nt 'Wash ington. Hj has obtained tho Agricul tural C allege scrip belonging to that St-.te. of 210,000 acres, lie will resign lii.t (covornorsnip ana talce Ins sear, as U. S. Senator ut tho next .Hussion of. Con gress. A p vupblet has beon issued by the C it'.i Ue Ris'.i ps of Switzerland npou t'.io dogm-i infallibility. The IJishops insist on the soliditv of the tb'eisions adopted iu tho Jviimeuical C ntueil up on infallibility. T i l eougi'e.H of the iiiti.-rivttio'.iitls in L mil i lit i elaborated a scheme fir a centralize 1 or ':i:ii. ition lireiiaratory to It general niO-. emelit. A boy irune.1 Josep'.i MiiiTiy, fell from a street car in Cinciuiirtti, tiio other day, and was killed. Tho body of I'rof. M dian, of "Wi'st Point, was found in tho Hudson River, ut II iverstraw. Tiio po ital money ord?v sywhitn be t'.vo.i:i tiio Unite I States iiad Faigland will g ) iuta operation tho 23th oil Octo ber. ' Tito K tg'.isU hop eiiiplias ltn ppith ern 1 n:id yields about olio third of nu awrago prop. A gr ind ban.ptct in honor of the open ing oi thj Mont Ceuis Tunnel was given at Tunis one day last week. Tim London Advertiser blames the United States for getting iuvolved in tnu Cjroan troubles. T.i.i first number of the Tainr.iany Binnei" a Tweed paper, was isiled in N ;w York lust lliursday. A unn name 1 Twinning, supposed to bo tin agent of a Pniladulphia ten house, died of app iplexy on a railroad train in Indiana. The Baltituoro Evening Journal, Col. Yoagor'a newspaper, is out against Now Dnpil'tlU'G. At the oponing of tho Buffalo Indus trial Exposition, last week, Gov. Hotl'- m tn delivered aa elotpieut uddrcsH. ' Tho Illinois Republican State Conven tion assembled iu Springfield last Thurs day and nominated a Congress.iian for the State at large.' ', ','oariy the whole block of buildings in Cailapa. Kansas, were burned Monday of la it week. The loss is not known. (ronerul P.ayuolds, couimanding in Ts.xas, recoiamenda that United .States troopii bo employed to aid tho inhabi tant! of that State to rscovor their cattle stolon by Kickapoo Indians tviul other lil'ivau lora imd carried away. Ten thousand cattle havo been thus removed uiuce Juno 1. . Bismark'H present ineotno is reported to bo something over $200,000 per an num.'; '111'.;.; It in related us A-ftiot in tbe Wei ton News that a North Ourolina euluroil juror was recently neon making rapid tracks for t lie Virginia line, nnd iimiu lieiuji uccoteil by a Crtiitlainan ns to whither he was (roinu', coiifsMed, with tlini:iyltliat lie van flneing tlia Skitta, as lie' Luil just hoard that tlio "jury was going tu be hung. ; Eleven ..tlioiu-and visitors ottondod the Exiiiisitiii at Cinciniiiiti on Wednesday New England and tho Snath contr. Luted tlia large: part uf the fabrics. . Georgia, t-outh iCarellua, ant Tontiea ee are all rnHi..sonteJ s peeially, an J heides brown blurting-1, uenrgiu gemis .siieettugs, uck ingi, osnaburgs and wraps. A fe.v mornings, auico a duel was fon,'!it ue.irGravit'jville, South Carolina, between C vpt. Wiii.JV D.ijAntigrme an.l Jlr DjIL 1 th of Augusta. (a. Iu the - - - Tlu? Dividends oi'tiin lmisvillo untl NiisVvillo Hail liu.nl. The Hon. Littleton Cook, President of thi! Louisville, Memphis and New Or leans Railway Company, in his report to the Directors s:ivs: 'T Mil. now to the consideration of the result of lliti iiivi'sliiiii!s mailt! by the counties iu the stock of the Louis ville and Nashville Railroad. The coun ty of Jli.rdiii, in the Statu of Kentucky, subscribed for sJttU.tWJ of the capita stock of that company, and issued its bonds in payment thereof; and for this lo.ui of its credit the county mid its tax payers, or their assigns, have receiv ed iu the stock of said company S'.Sl, 001), and iu cash the sum of $:50I,:!!)0, making a total of $!);!(;,:)..(). The coun ty of Davidson iu the State of Tennes see, also Kiibi-eribed $.J'J(),(KK) to the capital of said company, nnd it nnd its tax payers, or their assigns, have receiv ed :?lj7.v!:K, in stock nnd S.lOO.oil in cash, or a total of ?.!)7(i,!)0l, sud the same relative results havo accrued to all the other counties in Kentucky nnd Tennes see, nnd to the city of Louisville, in pro portion to the amount of their respect ive mibampti'.ms. The stock pays from six to tight per cent, per milium divi dend, and sells readily fur fr:m seveuty dvu to eighty cents on tho dollar, and is intrinsically worth more than par. The cash dividends which these counties re ceived havo nearly paid off the bonds is sued in payment of their original stock subscriptions, nnd in a year or two more thev will have nnnuallv a largo revenue Hiving from their stock dividends, with which thev can pav their whole State and count v ta::ea, and have a handsome surplus left, which they can devote to othft public purposes. Just think of it ! A splendid commercial highway right llirougli tneir cent'Ts, wiui us countless advantages and blessings, nnd a large annual income, for the mere loaning of credit for a fw years. AVas there- ever a people who liuvo received so much for so little V - - -- Sale ot Railroads. On 'Wednesday of last week tlio fol lowing Railroads wore sold nt Auction in Xashville: The Rodgersville and Jeirwson E vil road was bought bv the East Tennessee, Virginia nnd Georgia Railroad Compa uv for $10,000. The Kuoxvillo nnd Charleston was bid in bv tho Bltto Ridtro Company, for $75,0(10. . ' Vi. B. Johnson & Co purchased the Kuoxvillo and Kentucky Road for tho sum of SoOO.OUO. ! -- Tlio Jliiyonet. The Boston Post observes of the move ment beginning on the Ku-Klus pre. text : "We Khali, without doubt, havo the Federal liayonet in every State that. threatens to repudiate this usurping Ex ecutive next vear, untl nothing but change of Congress by tho voto of tho firttt iMJiid both men were uuiujtired. In people will r.ecure tho salvation of tho tli! se loud round DeAutignnc wn nniti i ipublic from a clean military dictator ;.... l k . Af ,. n..n w.u ..i.!niii i..i.iii,.1. 1 i JlMi,..lii..ii.p...ij 1 j.j ..j v.w. ..... -n o - iuthus above the kheo? inflicting n llesh woun 1, and passed into the left leg.uiak iug a wound of a serious character. A collision recently occurred on the Hudson River Railroad. Nobody hurt. Kuoxvillo I'MTi'siioituVnep. Kxiixvii.i.K, Tens., Sept. 25, lt71. En. Ex'i'Kia'iusE: You tiro probably uwnre of the fact that wo uro having tplite lively times hero now in our vari ous courts which are in session. The Supreme, Federal. Chancery end Crimi nal Courts r.re all in session nt the same time, .nul besides these the Recorders and a half dozen Justices courts are ci n timially in session, so that it locks like the way of the transgressor is likely to be hard hereabout.:. Our Circuit Court meets next Monday. The iiiam.tr iu which the Supiouie Court gets through business is very gratifying indeed. The Docket was im mense, and many of the litigants had grown gray nnd sick at heart from hope long deterred. It is iutinitely better for a large class of our people tiiat these suits should bo i.et! led, even though they be settled adversely to their wishes, than keep them on hand for u few year lon ger. Our city is still improving. A f'W more years of improvement, such as this and last year have been, will place, it in the lurein ist lr.nk, in point of commer cial impi.r.a.iee, among the cities of the South. This is no idle pre.iur.ipl ion but a verltal.lt! truth. When we reilcet that oiio of our iiii'rc.iuti'.e linns sold in nrly two milium dollars worth of goods at wholesale l.'.st year, and that fieir trade has so increased an to render it necessa ry for them to civet another and a ling er house for the accommodation of their wares tins year, it looks as it a perma nent urospcrity ln.tl settled down upon us. But when w e lvllect further that i'. has bec imo uceosirv for about a doz. of our leadimr mi lV'haiits to make this sort of a el.Mige, it. becomes tho mor evident that our general interests aro iu a prosperous condition. Cowan, Mo duli!' i: Co.'s mammoth building is, of itself ineoatrstible evidence of a larger trade than is usually awarded a city tin size of ours. Messrs. Kennedy f: Morrow havt within the last lew days, begun nn im provement on Guy sir -ft, opposite the Cofltu Block, which is to lie an orna ment to the city. This spot has needed improvement for along tune, lor as yon will recollect, it was covered by a row o wooden shanties which were a disgrace to tlio citv and a source of constant dread and apprehension on this part of everv one on account of their highly combustible nature. Our little Tammany affair, of which T snolioin niv last, was only a small do falcntiou on the part of our former conn ty Trustee, II. L. V. Mynatt, in the sum f eight thousand mid twenty dollars. Now, considering the fact that ho b longed to tho "truly luil" and incorrupt iblo Republican paray, this announce meiit may startle yon somowhat, Uioilgli I hardly think it will. Politics nro at a discount hero now ind harmony seems to prevail among all laftf-es. Even Honk has subsided, nnd I hear nothing more of his efforts to ob tain official prfcrenco. Our Fair commences tbe 10th of next month, nnd I see that you, through your valuable paper, nro giving it more en couragemcnt tlian nny country pnper in East Tenntasee. I hopo that a large deb'Lration will bo on hand from the 'ood old county of Mumoe. Keep ball rolling. - . . i - Tho Vovrn of tho Pross. ""Whatever may bo said upon tl. ephemeral character of newspapers, tin i lav m issuo. uiongn it cues au eariy uciuu is vet entombed in the reader's brain his sentence U'tis written by a 1111 whoso nationality, and the circumstances under which it was written, niiiko it m tereeting, as will appear in tho sequ. Although confused iu metaphor, a grei truth is expressed with graphic force ind power. That impressions remain after tho newspaper which gave them form is forgotten, is ono of tho lacts upon which rests tbe intlnoiieo of that groat power in tho South the' free press. Spoken words nre even more evanescent; yet their force survives when their sound is forgotten. Printed words havo this advantage that sight imprints them npou the mind. Tiio great power which tho public journalist exercises is ncconi patiicd by uu equally gieat responsibil ity. He who gives currency to a false hood in statement, or in opinion, is a moral derelict, whose evil lives after him. Ami he who gives himself to tho teach ing of truth and to tho ndvocating of right, survives iu his work after both the printed matter and the nuthor of it aro forgotten. Ideas liavo tho vitality of spirit, nnd more limn the force of matter. "Wo are familiar vith newspapers nnd neriodicnls in our own country. Tho freo speech of legislators would be ttl It seems .Mr. Chirk uiiilertiiiik tn drive bis teem tlii'nttf.'h F.tnnry river at Rowers' Ferry. Instead of driving iu at the fnrd, not buiug ticiptaiiited with lis locality, ba drove, in a si.nrt tlictancB U low, nt tlio reg. ular ferry. When uliao.-t over, bis Inirses coining into the deep water on tins I'oojit r nidfl of tlio liner, hist their fuoting, nnd. I cing fiiinl'i'ivd vvilh their liann."3 mid iho wagnii,HPio rendered pnwerle-s. For h. me nine ll.ey phiii'.'t'il ui.d flniindered iu a ile.tU tif ten nr twelve feet ef water, and but tnv ti e tiua lv assistance nf M r. Stetili- iiblojlauu otli anitiiuls would have been loft. Mr. Riibsoii reached the bunk minus Irs sample valise, and Mr. ('lark lost bis va lise ot t'lotlinii. Night to the earnest scitl, opens the Bible of the universe, nnd on tho leaves f heaven is written : Clod is eveiy- here. the Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Cray Hair lo its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at onto ngvcctihle, healthy, and effectual for preserving tho hair. Faded ur gray hair is soon restored ta its original color, with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, nnd bald ness often, tliough not always, cured ly its use. Noihing can restoro tlio hair where tlio follicles nro destroyed, or tho elands atrophied and decayed. But sueli as remain can bo saved fur usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling tho hair with a pasty redi mcnt, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional uso will prevent tlio hair from turning gray or falling off, and conseipiontly prevent baldness. Freo frniu tlioso deleterious Eubstnuecs which niako sonio preparations duigcrous, and injurious to tho hair, tlio Vigor can only benefit but not barm it. If wanted Diorcly for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing eho can he found so dcsirablo. Containing neither oil nor dye, it docs not soil wliho cambric, and yet lasts long on tho hair, giring it a rich, glossy lutiio and a grateful puifumo. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Fracticai, and AsaltticaIi Chemists, LOWELL, MASS. PRICE $1.00. . n. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, I OH Pl BUrUG THE 111.000. The repHtnlion this ex cellent lui-iticiiie enjoyii, is iliipivist fliMii itt ciii-L-s, many ut' which are truly marvdluu.?. Iuvetcnita cases of Kcrofulutis dis ease, vvliee the system f.i.L-mp'1 f.ntin'.ill'il u-illi ,H corniption, imve been Y"iJ purified an.l cured by it. Seroralouinnectioiuiiiini '- rii&..rflpr.i.lvhil.i ui.h. ...r. rlJd12J arravatcd by the neroiu. :' w'--rt? l.itis eontuiniiuition until tlievweru paiiit'ally natirting, liave bceu radieully ciiie.t In sueli ifient nllinlieis In almost every s-ee-tiun uf tl cuuuti y, that tho public scarcely lived -tu lie iiif.M-ine.l of iu virlues or Usiw. Serufiilt.tis jtuison Is on nt' the moit rTestmc-tiveeemiifliri.iirV!X-. (Xltni. this unseen anil IMil'elt len.int nf the nrifanisni unilerinines then.ib. stitiiiii.il, and iuvilus the nlLinkufciileebliiig or fa tal di.-i aes, wiih.iiit cxciliiiR a siupidun of its iiri'M'iii'e. Ajriiin, it swins lo hreeil infection tlimiiirhont the ho.lv, nn.l then, on some fuvoi-iihl oui-iuiun, riiiidly duveliip inte one or other of it hideous funns, Mllieron the surface or amone ttis vitals. In tlio latlor, tubercles inny he snrttfnirr rt.-i.o-iti'.l in tlio luiif.' or heart, or tumors funned in tlx- liver, or it shows its urcsence by erii)itions on the skin, or fun! ulcerations on some part of the body. Hcnee tho oi-easiomil use of u bottle of this Hiira)ntrltla is advisable, even when no ai-livo svinpl'inis of dispuse ninie.ir. 1'criioiis nf fiiclcl with tlio folloivins; complaluts nenernlly flint immediate relii-r, nn.l, nt lenKlh, cure, by tlia 110 of this HAIISAPAMLLA: SI. Autho m'il J'7l'', Himn oi jfc'ns(ics, Tvttrr, Salt lllinim, Scahl corf, Ji)iii'"n, '' Jfff, Hon JSun, and olhci- einpUnns or visible iurma of NrrvjiiloH disease Also in the more con rented forms, ns Jiisieulo, Dinpnif, llrart Jilsense, fit, J-;iii)r. Kruraluln, and the various t do-oiis uffections ol' the muscular and nervous systems. Siiihllla or roierenl ami Mrrnirlal JM. eases are cured bv it, UiouKh a Iouk time is re . quired for riibiluhig tlieso ubslinnlu maladies by anv ineilicina Itut longnntinued so of this ' me.llrlne will enve tho eomvlni". Inrnrrlum or lilt i li.n, l li-fliir llrrrutlunn. nnd Frmalt DUviimn, nre rnmmonly soon relicveil mm ulti. mutely cured by its uirifvinx and Inviirorntuiff effect. Miunte dircctiuns tor endi case nre found In r Afmanno, sni.(Iefl prntis. Xhmimmlttm and eo, when eaiinMl by ncciimulntioni nf ex. ' transmit ninuernln tho blood, yield quickr to it, as nlfO .ieer r.-iiiNiiiiifs, TnrpiMv ""' tton or n luminal inn of the lAerr, and Jaun rfire, when ari.inir, as they ollen do, from tho riiiklinir iinisnns in tho blood. This SAKS A' fA It ILL A is a great restorer for tlis stroitfrllt and vijior of the system. Those who lire .- (Til hi and l.lnlte, Jtrtpoutlrnt, Slrr)tlrt, and Boubled Willi Kortout Aiiprrlirntlutit ot frirr, or nny of the affections syinptouintio of Wrakne, will find immediate relief nnd con vincing evidcuco of Us restorative power upon kiui. PREPARED BT r. JT. C. ATEII & CO., lowell, Mass- ProeMral and Analytical ChemUl: BOLD BT ALL DOUGKilSTS HVEEyWllEIlE. iiii-i .icfe-vii.el bv more inns than any other Tonic uuw in use. 1 hey aie a, SI RH l'llllVEXTlVK K-r Kevrr au l Auc, Ititenniltcnts, ill oumk'.jh, uv nil ilinttr lt i t iivUiiif: fmm ni ili.rioits on.scs. i'licy in o liilily ret inmin-inli'tl :. u;i Anti Ivh tie, a in oim'h uK in'lifiliun ure ivii!u;i ile. An nu ni'.plirr it lit) vtci: jn-rant, till I in rtisei nt'i'iicnil iloKilitv, tln'V Imve nevitr, iu dinlt iiiftnni't', f iile l in iMtiiiciii tlio luosit liujiy ri'Kiilti. Tliey arc p n tioul u l IIKXKFIIMAI. TO l'K.MAl.Mf, Ptl'en-the i.iii); Hie lusty, i n i jr. r:t i nr tire minil, nn. I k'ivmi t.me nn.l el.i. tieity tu the wlirle ma inn. Tlio llnMij UliTKHS nre ciimpoiiii'Ieil will, tlie rculi'-il cut) nn.l no tunic stimulant lias ever t sturo been oMireil to the Dublio to I'leasant to the taste !" ut tho Mine tune com iiiniii;; so n.nnv reinrilinl iieuts endorsed ly the iiii'diiiil I'luteinity ss tho be-t kiiuwn to the riiimniineiit. It costs but little to give them u lair trial, "nil Kvery l'liiiiily Sbotild Have n linttle. No irepuriil!uii in the world can pro-luce so many iiuiiiiiliticil eii'lurseinents l.y lsictnns of the very biihixt atnnd'n: in their iirolesiion. Kuili'1'se.l iil.-o by the clergy uud the leading ileiiniuiniiiioaal parers. I'XITKIl STATKS MiUIVK Hi.SI'ITAI., ) Sr. I,, l is, ..i., O. i..l.cr , 1S70. ) James A. Jaeksini .Nt t'o. tieiiilemen : As yuii have ciutiiiiiiii.itcl to tiie ltie.licil pi'iiles sinii tiie rcci.e of. the 'ilnnie liit.-rs," it can not, llieiet'.ire, be coiiKi.ieve.l a patent medicine, nu patent )i i vin-f been taken inr it. We have rxaininel the luriinila fur m.-ikin the "Homo Hitter."," and unlie-'italiiily ray the cninlrina tion is one i.f rare txcclli nee, nil the ni tii les are t!ie best uf tiie cIiks to which thev heloiin, liein h'fil.ly tunic, stimulant, utuiuuchic, i-ai-mim.live, and slililly liixiitive. The mi.de of prepai-iii-r them is sl. uily in imunlance with Iho ruti'i of phai inncy. Having used them, seen its elicits iu inn- private practice, we take plea sure in iC'-oinnieii.lin ' them tu all i.era.ms ilosi- l-uiis uf takiii'' Ititteiv, as helm; the best Tonic and Miiuulaut now ofleri-.l to t lie public. f II A.N K li. I'iUlTKIt, I'l-uf. (Il.sti'ti i.-s and Diseases uf Women, O.llejje nf I'hyaiuians, uud late in ember Huai d of Health. I.. 0. II. UOISMNIKItE, I'li.r. uf Olisli'li ii s nud l'iseasc.1 uf Women, fit. Louis .Mclical Collej.'.. I'HAKK Mi IltiW i:r.i,, m. I)., Late l'resi.lent .Miivouri Medical t'ullcgc. 1). A.t I.AHK, w. I)., Prof. Surgery Mo. Medical Coll. jze, ami lute He si.lent I'liysieian t'ily llosi.iinl, St. Louis Mo. IIKkfil-Xr l'llIMM, i'rof. I'racti.ul riinruiacy, Si. L.uiia lullege of 1 lial luaci . J. ('. Vlin i:il!t.t., l-M. Me.l. Archives AllVed llcai- ,.!!, m. D. In-. ( '. V. V. Linlwij;. I', (ieriekc. u. !). S II . u li I'. A. Ware, . I. W. A. Wilms, M. l. K. (.. hllANKI.IN, M. 11., Truf. Surgery I tniiiri ml hit- M licit t.'ulicuo. I. .1. :i.-ll:ie, M. 1). T. li. I ll.MSTI M ' K , M. I)., l'lo:'. of Midwifery and liisi-a.-es of Women, t'ulleo ot limine;.:. thie l'hysii ians and Sui gcons. JtlllN" T. TliMI'I.K, m. D., I'l'iil". Materia Me.Ii a nn I Thi-i'uii.eiil..', llomu l'litbic Me-li. ;il ( ,i!l..;:i .,r M:ssoin-i. -I. t'. I'.iN.l.iiMAX, M. li., Lei tnrer un I'isei.ses of l.'liild. en, II .imi' athic t'l'llee uf .Misi.uri. l ilAlll.KS VASTIMi, ji. I'n.f. i.f IMiysiulouy, lluuiu';itiiiu Jtclicnl Cnl lie of .Mi. .airi. loMX HAIlT'MAX, M. li., I'rnf. Clii;ii.;,l Mclicine, Culloe ll.iiiiupalliie 1'h.vsK iaii.-i an l S.,re.ni.i. Tliey are superior to alt other Stomach Hit ters. Iii. no Sunders, Aimlytii ul (ihemist. Xo I'iilers iu I !n world inn excel them. Si mon llirs. h, Ani.lyti.-iil l.'ln n.i.-t. Kinineiit I'livsii iaiis of L'liieng'i. Ti;e I'm inula l'..i- the Ih.nie iitters has been sill i.iittid to us, on 1 we bi .ieve tlieut tu lie the hr-t It. ni.: au l slilliulallt for f:lliei':ll use lluw of- tere l to thu public. II. Woodbury, m. li ; ti. A. M.niuei', An.iWlicnl I'heiuist ; Jas. V. .. lilau ev, M. li. ; I'mf. of ClieiiiNli v liush .Medical l oilce ; It. S. Ilnlin, M. li. ; K. Mc Vicar, m. n. , N'urma.i S. H ii iiii.-!, M. l. ; J. li. Walker, M. n.; T. S. Iloyue, M. n. ; It. I.u II un, M. n. ; Th. iu.is T. LUis, M. n. ; Jas. A. Collins, M. li. ; J. A. Halm. M. li. ; Kiiiiiii iit I'liysioians in ('inciimati. Xearty all or wlnuii are T'l-ofessoi'S in one or tiie oilier ut the Medical t ollcireit. Xo other fiitrcrs have ever been offered to the public ciiibracinn so many valuable remedial agents. I. L. Nattier, M. n. ; C. T. Simpson, M. I).; C. S. Miiseiaft, M. li. , W. T. Talliat'erro, M. I). ; J. H. liiickner, si. 1).; tl. A. 1'ohi ity, M. li. ; 0. H. Woodward, m. n. ; 1. W. McCarthy, M. li., II. II. Joliusoii, m. li.; I.. A. James, M. li.; S. 1'. liourioT, si. n. ; II. W. liiler, St. i. : J. J. (Juiim. M. I). ; W. U. WouJw uil, st. u. , li. S. Wayne, Chemist ; (I. K. Taylor, si. I). , l'.i'. Maley, si. n. ; 8. II. Tnmliiison, si. li. Kiiiiiient l'bsiciuus iu .Moinpliis. The Home Hitters nre an invaluable riuicly for indigestion and discuses arising t'roiu mala rial causes. 0. II. Tliorutnu, M. 1)., In cliarjo City Hospital ; Alex, iirskine, St, ti. ; JI. It. l!o- gers, si. li. ; J. .vi. Koers, si. 0. ; rain utey, M. n.; .M. A. h lmumls, si. i. ; It. w, t uriicli, si. ti. ; Suiiford lietl, .1, D. ; Jos. E. Lynch,, si. , Kiiiiiient l'liysieiaiis in l'itt!burj:li, It.F. Uake, si. i. ; W. It. Chills, SI. i'i.; O. Wuth, Chemist ; Win. Clones, St. u., 11. li. W il laril, M. D. ; J. II. Mi CVIlau.l, u. li. And Hundreds of Others In all parts of tlio North, West and South. J. V.. Curlier, si. !., Milwuukic, Cm si ll. lli.t KFS, March 37, 1871. James A. Jack-nu & Co, Ilavinu examined the formula u f the " Home Stomach Hitters," 1 have preset ihed them in my practice lor some time, and pronounce them the best Twrie W'.lers uow in use. r. II. Ic.siaiiu., si. l lrp For sale by nil ilruseists nnd erocers J AM MS A. JACKSON & CU, Pros. Lahoratory 105 nnd 107 N. Second st. St. Louis Mo. jj.-13-ljr W1IULESALE GHOl'EItlES. I. A. CiiirtNTta, MiKTis L. Ilrs?. Knox County. Audertou eouuty. CARPENTER & ROSS, "WHOLESALE OKOCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Hiiovv.s'i Dsocs Uu Stheet, KNOXVILrE, .. . TENNESSEE. We I ike this method of iiiforminj the mer chants of K.ct Teiiaiiwee and Western North CiUulinii, that Wu Law opeuid a new ami tarled stuck of all kin Is ot TKST1M..XUW : The Waters' ri nius nre known ns among th very best. We ure enabled to speak or these in struments with conti-lciice srum personut kuowl ed'ri'. N. X. Kvaueli.-t. We call speak of the merits or the Waters Pianos ft'oui personal kuuwled.i us bcinjf of tiie very best quality. Christian Intelli.'encer. Uur Irieuds will find nt Mr. Waters' store the very I est assortment of I'iauux, .Mehxleoiis and )i-.iis lo be fnuud iu the luitcl Slates. dru- hum's Mii(;iuine. Many people of the present day who lire nttracteit, if nut cuilii-ed, with the li iiuiii lid vert isemeiits of rival piano houses, prt-bably overtook n uuslest uuinulncturer like Mr. Wa ters ; but wu happen tu know that his instru ments earned him u ktoisl repiitulion l"ii l.rlorc tixpWitiuns and " hunuis" cuiiuecled theiewith were ever thiiii'lit of. In led, we liave one uf Mr. Waters' Piano Fortes in our residence (where it has Mood lor years) uf which any iniinul'acturer iu Ihe world milit well be proud. Wu have ulways been, deli-jlilnl with it ns a sweet-toned and powerful iimlruuieiit, anl there is no doubt uf its durability j nuiro llut this, sol. iu Uf the lest uuiiiteur platers in the city, as well ns several celebrated pianists, have )tr f.iruied on said plaun, nnd all prououeie it a su perior and riB.vr-tl.ASS instrument, ritrong r en.lurseiueut wo could not ii ve. Home Journal. ll.iru.-e Wutcrs, 4-l Broadway, is fumed for the excellence uf his fiuuos and Organs. hvc iiin1' I'ost. Th Waters Piano rank with the best nmnu- fii I il it .1 in Aim lien. Tho Independent, N. 1 The .Melwleun you sent ice is highly satisfuA) torv. J. L. bsinu, Titua, N. Y. This I do know, Unit a mcludcun used here in tho Hnptist Chun II fur Iho past eieht jenrs lit least, without any ropalrs, nnd purchased from you, is still used, nud has remained a lirst-rato Instrument, In spite of the weather und tho hard usiiiie it has been subject to. Hi 1.1 is certainly rood evidence ol the superiority of your instru lucuts over many of other makers. J. IWiMiiiirK!. Jr.. Piermont. X. Y. I have eiven the Melodeen a fail' trial, nnd think il the best instrument id the kind 1 have ever heard. Nothing could induce me to part with it. tl. li. Ui.uui.Ass, Medina, N. . 1 aiu much pbmsed witli tho Wnters' Urinn you sent tue. 1). U. Uahi'iii K, Millport, N. Y. The !S2()l Orim we had nf you is powerful enoi'iih to till the Church. The different comhi nntiuns with suh bass givo a i-easuiiiible variety, an. I the tones an rich and sweet. Any Church having such an ius.truniul as this lias a treas ure. 0. A. llfl'KUKK, I'ast irof Raptist Chinch San rruncisco, Cul. inay2.)-tf G UOCEUIE8 Comprising full lines or Cullees, Teas, Sugars, Snaps, Candles, l'ickles, Tubiieuo ar.d 8igar. Ciiiulies nnd 1'rescrved Fruitf, Des, 'liut, Lead, lluellets, Tubs, L'btirns, Willow Ware Hope &o. Our stuck is eutiiely hew nnd frcshitid bnviiij' I. ecu bought ,n,, tf t be reductiuu iu tliu tariff, uur COFFEES AND TEA3 Cannot be tiudeisuld by uny uiher house iu lint eitv. LVjiJii.s.siusju:i:aiAXTS. We also ileal in WHEAT, CORN, BACON, and Country Produce (ieuernlly. Ilihcnt mar ket price always given. Consignment solicited uud liberal eush advances made. CAIU'ENTKK & R083, jiily27-l871-ly Kuoxvillo, Tenn. E. ' UotiAiiT. N. L Mayes laOCAElT & Druggists and Booksellers, SWEETWATER, TENN. Manhood How Lost, IIow Restored Just published, a new flition of Dr.ClII. S V Kit WELL'S CKI.KIllt A I'F.D ESSAY on the radical cure (without medicine) of Spcrinaturrh.ua, orSeiniHiil Weakness, Involun lury Seminal losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical lucnpuclty, linpediments to Marriage, etc.; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits, in dued by sell-indulgenecarscxualextraTagance CJi'rice, in n sealed envelope, only tl cents. The cclel'VatC'l author, In this admirnhle es say, clearly ilcniunstrntM from a thirty yenrs' successlul practice, tltul (lie nlnrming conse (iiences of self-uliuse may be rudicalty cured without the d ingcrou use of interna) medicine or tho application of tho knil'ef pointing out a mode of cure ut once simple, certain and ellrc- tual, hy menus ot which every sufferer, no mut ter what his condition (my be, may cure him self cheaply, privately und radically. taf" This Icctur- elisuld be id the bauds of every youth and every man In the land. Sent iimler seal, tn a plain envelope to any address, postpaid, nn receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps. Also, Ur. Culverwell's "Jlareinge (jui.lo. price 2o cents. A ''dress the Publishers, I.1I.Y.-. J.U. n.Lixi.s. w., I'il lkiwery.New York. P. 0. llox 45C 8. ileoM '7U ly. TV. HAVE .Il'ST V st, KEl'tEMSIIED oin Stivk nt Hoods, and hare imw t'r sale cheap tor Casli, A NICE AFSOIU'M ENT OF MEIUVISES, DYE STUFFS, PMSTS, OILS, THE HATTLE IIOUS1C NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. I HAVE Leased the Hotel lately known ns the Stacev House, nnd will hoiicel.nlli conduct it nn the nuist ni.i.rnvc'1 style. T patronage of the public ccuerally, and of mi o d triends i.aiticuiari ., who nave siuo.i uy mil so truly in tl.a past, is respectfully solicited 1 promise "them a cot'dLil icceptlun and a cuui luitable home at the Uriltle House. It wilt be seen from the nhovc that I have leased the Staccy House to (leneral utile. In rotiriiiff from the LOniliou which 1 have oauuic.l for several years tu this lity, 1 desire In tender i-i 1 ... .11 .-..I-, i my tliiiiiKs nn.l Kinu wisucs i m.i menus, aim to earnestly entreat n continuation of their nut. lon.igo to my successor, ns one who will make their stay with' bun coiujiinaliie In every re sped. .jylS-tl', J. E. STACEV. Insolvent Notice. : i HAVINti suggested tho insolvency of the es tate of Benjamin 1. Clitt, deceased, tn the Clerk of the County Court of Monroe county, Tenn., nil persona having; claims against said estate will tile the mine with the Clerk of said Court on or before the 1st day of March, lISil, duly airthBntit-itd us the law directs, or the fame will he burred. A. D. MtLr.MOKL, Sept. I t, 1871. -it ptei 1 For mle by ' ' ' ' ; R: l'. Scrttirss, Ssvootwntnr, and by Dniccists and Dealers ceneriilly. E. J. most wholly wasted but for the free Sunford & Co., KnnxvP.lp, Vbolesale prewN, W'liicli cttnks tlii'ir uttuiiiuces lo Agcuts. Sept. 21, 1871 ly. Seeds I Seeds ! AJIvW EA.-sT' TK.NNESSEE CLOViUl, ri jllll bushels new Timothy,. 200 " Orchard Urass, ' 2 10 " nerds or ficd Top, 2U0 " Kcntuclty Ulne Ui'iiss, Seed Wheat. Oats, Hurley and Kye. lllanchard Churn. Farm Wngoii, 8100. HiJUUlI & CHURCH, Seedsmen, oii"24iu3 Ki.uivillo, Tcuu TOIiACCO JXD S EG AltS ALL KINDS OP Fancy Toilet Articles, Highly pcrlunicd Koitp.s, HAIR OILS, HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS, AC, &C. Also, an assortment or ROOKS & STATIONERY, Consisting of rill kinda of School, Literary and Miscellaneous. FINE FRENCH PAVER AND EN VELOPES. Ylsitlns Cards, Tom Thumb Note Tiipcr, Initial Taper ami Envelopes, PK'TinES OF ALL K1XDS AXD SIXES, AXD 1'ICTUHE FRAMES ' TO Stir ALL.- .'!' ' PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, And, in fact, almost everything that is kept in Drug (ind Rouk Store We can, we think, offer inducements to buy jjijo lsr from us. Givo us a trial an test our prices. Any Book, or other article in our line, ordered we. can furnish in. 21 hour). . ' , B0GART & ; 3LVYES. Juncl-tf ' '''; ! EAST TENNESSEE INSTITUTE ntllE TRUST LV ae hauBV t annouuc tlutt X this InstitiCion, le-orgaiiiicd in Scpteinftcr last nnder the in-esent Board of Instruction, hni .... .... hud the mutt grntilyin; Bucccim. .More tnun one humli-eil lumiU were in ntteinlunce the hud session.' The Vrineii'iilliM on bceu known in this region aa nneurpnnted in experience, enter prise and skill n an t.hientor, nd hia asaociatc tencliers arc.all cuiiueutly capable, earnest nud thorough. . i " i i't The Trustees nnd Faculty intend to afford V011112 ledics tn this Institute facilities fcr a thor- iiiinh, complete nmllmraieiilnuii development or their physicnljiutcUiselual, oonl and aneinl na ture; kinU aii eilueutton an is demanded Vy the raiidly increasing ctdtun and renaemcnt ot the South, nud thim ungate the necetraity oreending our tliitijrlitcrti tu distant and expetuive schools at the iVirtlt. The Full Session of TR71 wttt commence on Wednesday, September Oth, nI continue twen ly wceKs. ... . Fur further rjarticnlant. addresi James tnn-Pi-csTTeufb'niieTInarilnrTfllslCc L. Mct'ltUiiJ, Bccrtfffjr. or ..(;. UutleVrinct; Mil. t ui;lUt. bt -- NATURE'S II air Restorative. iJ u 0 ' V IdSbW Contains No I.AC SL Ll'IlUlt XoSUOAR OP I.EAD-Xo UTllAlUiE-No NITRATU OP SK.Yr.lt, nii'l is entirely Tree Troiu tho Poisonmia and llealtli-dcstroyin-,; brags used iiiotlicr Hair I'leparaliiins. Triuisimrcnt and clear ns crystal, ft wflf nut suil the finest fnhrlc perfectly SAFK, t'LKAM ami r.r r It I I-..N l-ili-slili-l'iiliinis UL'.U SULUIU FOll AXU FOUND AT LAST t It renturw nnf prerente the hair from becom ing lli ny, imparts a suit, glossy uppenriince, n uioves llamlrutt, is ciHil und relrcshin to the head, checks the llnir t'rnin fallinz off, and re stores it tu n itreut extent when premature! lost, prevents lleiulnchiw, cures all Humors, cu In lie. ins evnptinns, and uiiuatiiral Heat. At a l)lii:ssi.t.i Ft i ii iiif; una u is the ntwx .VKT1CLU l.N THE MAUKKT. Dr. 0. SMITH, Patentre, ffrnton Junctmn Mass. Prepared nnfv bv PP.iCTEIt HKOTIl- KliS, (Tluuccstcr, Massai husetts. The Genuine is put up iu n panel Lottie, made expressly fur it, with the name uf the article blown iu the Class. ' Ask yuur lirii.-iii.it for Nature a Hair licet. il-ative and lake nu other. For sole by 1)11. 11. F. SCI't'COS nov3-ly tjwoeetwatrr, Tenn., NEW Flit 31 ! :o:- (GruulH Old Stand.) SWEETWATER, . . TENNESSEE Having recently purchased the exten sive uud well selected stock of goods of J. M. Grant it Bona., to wbteh I ana daily making larpe additions, I respect fully invite my friend!', in the town and country, to cull and exainiue the Mime. My stock (Biiiaists of STAPLE DR Y GOODS, Ready-Made Clothing, IlntM, 7npi nnd Uonncrt, BOOTS AND SHOES Ilartlwure, QueenBtrnreJ GBOCEniES AN'PCOXFECTI0XETtIE3, Hosiery," Notions, V. 1 Ladies' Dress Trimmings, &c, . . '..'.-' i All of which I propose to exebung for cash or good . ' ' . Saleable Produce-' I pay tbe' highest market price for Butter, Kill?, Cine-Wens Wbeut, Corn anal Baeou. Bring yuttr pruduea along. W.I PRICE. ang3-71-tf TV. D. MoKIil-.IJlJV Sc CO, IthmAKismi! U lMlnabrk knmU ssleca-ia. Rough;, irizushefl Leather, Boots nd Shoes, (?