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1 BY C. T. WOODWARD. SWEETWATER TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2(, 1871. YOttJMK IN' Hinlicr IV. I SWE WATER . JJJlM. iiik3.lije i THE ENTKUPKISH. PUBLISHED KVKIIV TIlFllSPAY, BY C. B. WOODWARD, At Two Dullars it Vonr, l'n.vn I li in -A.lvsii-e. I.'ATKS or II. Vi 'KTISIMi. 1 sou a re, lu iu-Mr lc-s, tmo iu-i-rtii . . .Sl.nil l-'ur each ltlM,M'nt Uir.,-1 tiot. , 'I In- r.trs, for Itirce inutiths upwards, v ill 1e luiiu I in the f'lllimiii ti.Mc : I! niiw mo- 1 car lini n.jiinrp s.l.nu - .mi 8r.nn Tuiimrt'K -s.ru V-l.iM 2-i.imi Tl Miuiis I Mm 1 B.."i 2f.nn r.mr 1 1." i 2n. mi mi inc-!'...irt!i ci.l. linn ln.'-'u 2.'..ii:i 411.11 i i mio-Ii ill' minimi 2... no in. no ilo.n-i 'riim-:..mtli.- column. . :;.oii jn.oii ;:,.n i (in- column IH.iin ;u.nil lni.mi tl Nutii.-i1;', Hi ci'Hts jut line t'iicli in- Sl tlull. N'OI-VP.-I'lettl .Aftit IlllUMlt Ni'ticur in u'lviiiuf. , . 1.00 l.MU h a u s KNOXVM.LK, 'IT. NX., .TAIUW ISKT.,1,, l'liOP'K. i 'i t . i i.i wmits a Kkw Sn:i' i-r Tin: li-:i'..T. A hi-v and rli-Miil I'ir-t Hi.! -1, well tin- liishe.l, nil I 1i:iv i ii' rvrrv comfort iiihI COllVelli eUCC. Kt'l-'i'H'iLNT timi: roll l'ili'St'Ii'.M-S Mil tllC 'I'l-Ililli K;lht & Wl'-t to 'rM't I i 1 1 1 1 i . MiTtr NV. ll.sTAI.KV, T. K. II . M' l IIOSK KV Kill.-I.ill, Tl-tlll. Madi.-Olli!lc, Tl'lltt. ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS, Madisonviile, Tt'im. U'ii.i. i'TH r: Lol'IniN mi l I i hi x k, Moxnm:, .1.1111111 counties. I PHM I ult.'lition -i:-u to tho r..!li-. li..il mI' nil chiiiu- .-in 1 the prosecution ni' suits cither ill Circuit I li-iii.-i-i-v I ..ni l.-. Ii-h:i I v LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Educational Institutions. r,r.v. c. i'. UANfiiorr, principal. ni:i'Ai;TMi:.N"l'S: t'.-lh-.'iatc. Preparatory, Ijliriisll, Normal, M 11-if. Kail Sc.-"i"ll Ml 2-i i.fi. i.cjmih Aii-jii.-i i.-ti. l..-:iii"ii, lii-.-ililiy nti'l l.i'iuitil'til : iti.-irii.-ti. . n, tltwi-Miiuli ; i-.i'iiM'. iiK..li-i:itir. l-'ii' (.iitaloui't witli lull .ai tii-nlais, ii-lilrc-j f. C. i'Ai:i'i:M'l-:i:. Siijn-riiitrii'liiit, v'J'l-!!t l..n.!i.illt lnlllit;;i!l, 'I I'lllU'-Spt stwik.xs, ri.v.xx .1 ., (icnoral C'oniiuision Mcrcluints, ..;-s.'i .Viv,-', A t 1 n ii 1 n , o o i - i :i . 11 niulr, IV1,'.'::-1 v I .A MA 11 IlOl'SK. li iioxrillc, TiMiiK-swi". J. C. FLANDERS, Lesseo. PHIS II. !( 1i.i licc-i rc;i:iititcl ;iiil Mprr-l Tin- I'm. Is an- t.ui.i. llM.-iiM1; a will r H'fiilt lllfit- i 'A ii i'ltryiv-t,-; ln'.irinj; in liitti'l t-i;.I this Ii.mi-c i.- W.W 1 in tmi; t:t's:.K.-:s cKNTnt:, li -iif - 1 In-:n a-hunt ".:-.- tint 11 ml Imt 1imi:-i-I-. 1 iiniii: ii--.-- .-,1 tin- t.-i..t. in-- r.-r 'IVliln'.-.--' -..-:l-pts a.- lila-r.-il iim aliy lli.il.-i-. i.rtll tf. IV tV.-i- Von Want it! lvvcryhodv J)i)cs ! TlIK MAMMOTH WT.KKI.Y "Union & American. Tim LarL'cst, thn II. J'iij.er in l nii'l tlin tin! South. CllOll lU.-it A .'vi-nty-TivD Ciiluititi I'aj.cr Two Hnllais a Year. for on I v Tlll-'ati-t Xi'ivs l.y 'I'll. -'l-a.l I-'llll Ill-tail-!' I'm- si ii ri:i vi-tit.- in liui-..;.'- a i-a i-i-l'uliy .vi-- 'l!l'.-'l II HUM- Ml til"' llllllll' .-I Mil lMll'i;'ll liiai'lii-ts a . 'iiiii'li-tL.- A-.rrii-iiltiiral ii-ai-tini-iit, invalua-l.li- t.. the l-'at-iiii-r an.l ILiti-i-wile ami a li li.'litrnl ini-i-i-ll.in.-i.n-i iiu-laiiLM-. Tlii- pa.i'i- I..1- tin- ll.iii-.'lioU, tlic I'.i.-ii ness I..iian I the I.a' ..rin Man. l'ri.', Only Tim liollarsa Year. What Our Contcmpor.irios Say : Tin- Trt'iit-n llny.-lt.- says : "Wr taki' pl.-as-nri! iu ri-coiiiiiu-ii'liMi il to tin- pi-fpU- of 111 is t 'uni ty as tin- nMi-t. .-oiimlc.-t, ami the most fclialilc l-aj i'i' i uMi.-hi-'l in Ti'iiiu-s.-i'i-." I'!n-i'liu-ks-.illo Tm'i i.to l.-afsayR it is "the at-i.-st pajn-rtn tai-stati-, while in n'.ility it is tit l.-a-l e.jiial toalivin tin-Sni'.lli." The Kiiiiwil'e W'hi says : "It is one of the , lan-t .i-ii'liilly ntteii up weeklies in the South. " The St. Louis Times .-li.ys : "It line ni" the fin est we.-k',ies pi-inte l Xortli-,1' South.'1 Tln'-u- areonlya sainpleof scores of eniniiieii-1-eliuns ot (lie I'uioti.v Auii-riv-iu. hy thepri-hs of ' tin- t-iiautrv. A.l'tiess j LMO.V AXDAMI'.IMCAX, I nn2t-lf KnslivillcjTV-iin. ' I PllIU.tlN, (.'IIAIILF.S .N CO., PllODUCE DEALERS .A.N I) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ; MlTI'Illlbl. STliKKT, ATLANTA, (iKOilOlA. , tyH" Ji.lIN C. V.vcoitx, nt Sweetw iter, Te nn j will mak'u Ii hi-i'iil inlvaiues on all shipuie at .p. I'el,2:i-llni I vjlO A DA V KOI! AT.t, with Stencil Tunis. VlU A.l.lress A. K. (iuillAM, Spt-in-lii-1 i, Vt. 1 Mas. e. m. Mt-coxxKi.r, & dacii FA.SHiONAHLK MILLINFltS, !I7 i A V Stiikkt, (nearly opposite Ivtiire.-s uillcc) KNOXYfLLK, TKXN. A Lurjro Assortment nf Ladies' Furnish ing (binds always on hand. ; All Kiuils of n-.n2.-iliu Kk-ai-iung .N'eutly Done. j k. a. Ian mi.v. W.U.I.A. K M'ruKRsu.N , Brumby & McPherson, W lnl.'-iK mid lli-tail ' GROCERS, No. 13 Whitehall Street, ATLANTA, C1F.0KOIA. 1l)XSSMEXTS of liiitter, ami rrtHltice i vy petiernlly, solieiteil. y2Ui-y STAKELY & THOMPSON, ' MONTG OMEIl Y, :::::: ALA. ATTK want I'gitltry, Cutter, Eji's, Fresli Meats, IT Saiisapr'e, I'eas, I'eans, iic, I'rom KiiHt Ti-nnos.-ee. I'iniiipt attentiuii given tu till cuu Hittiueiits ol'.l'ruilnee. o,t..-i.tf. STAR ELY & THOMPSON'. Card of U Kinds Really printed ''4 the Entoivrise Office. IT LEADS TO lIAlTlNKSS'lSTl, A I Soon to (lid AVholo l!u urM'oiiinii! j DR. .1. BRADFIELD'S Female Hegulator! ;.' TT WILL liiicr m. tlic ji-ps ; rrliovp all iui 1 11 1 at th ni".tiili!y " f riMl ;'' Vw IMumiiiiu- t i -in mill Nftuiilji i lit" Umk mil (teni; Lm nurlm-ji tv "Whito," tuv pntiit rrl:i ui I ti ii; t liivk CM t'Hii ll.iw, :uil turrcvt till h- -irjnliii itii'.- it nihil- tu hi'lli'.. It will ii iium nil in il.iti'.it of K i-lmn n tin 1 , lil:nl !i r: r lit'vi' r.iirm-.-K : iniiv tlio !Um ; i xr tt.ni iiicl tp-nti ti the w1i1l tem ; 1 rli'iiP the ikiu, tni ;iitin.r ;i m.-v hue tu the ! i lict k ;iiiI cliiirl'uliii' to thv miici. It N us ship a nm iti nil the ahove tli.-CiiM'j as itiiiuiht ii in t'hill- uinl KrvtM. l,:ilic euii curi' tln'iioeHi's nil t!ic iil'uvp Ii't ;i.-(.s withmtt K'M'itlinii thi-ir min hunts to J niiy ixic, vthirli U iilwtivs uuniitA iu to their (fiilp fi nl nimht y J It irt ivt'oiuim-uiU"! hy the hvst pliykiitiii tiitti thu ckrv. I.AClJANtiK, OA., Mill, h 1?J70. HriulnVM Co., Atl i'itii, Ju. )nn- Jmi I ' take i'h-:i.-iM i' tit t;itiii'4 that 1 li:io inti-il tor the hi.-t twi'iily years the nii'iliciiH yon up' iinw j.ut- j tiir.' "', kiiovui tt Dr. .1. linultli-hi's Keioali' IS( -llliitur, iuil rntiM U'l' jt the h t ('nliihji.atii.ii ; vwv ulti'n toi'tht'r tor the tli.-crwcf Ini w hh'Ii ! it r"niiiiiit'nti"l. I litivo lici'ii i.ui.ilinr with ! t!.p ri'M'ri itinii I ..t!i ns :t jirihthium-r .f infli- , citit' )i:i I in tlitiiiiv-tii jMiKticf, uri-l ran honei-lly : av (hut I inu.-MU-r it a hnoit to siitl'i'iiii tt Utah's, ait-l ran hut to.t tlint rYi'ry laly in inn- ! laii'l, who iiiiiy he Millcri it; in any way nM-nlir tu tln-ir si'N, may hi-alili' t' tnnHfi;i Imttlc, that t!;fir snlK-nii; uviy nt only lt n HimhI, hut i ihat tlit-y may l.c n-tun -l tu hcullli : ti 1 .-li i'ii.'th. j With tu v UiuU'.-t IffanU, vrrv n'sjuTtHil- iy, ' w. ii. n:i:i;i:i.iM m. ik j NKUt M tit HIT A, Mll'i'il 21, 1S7! I Mi'SMf, Win. tiMt i S..n. ii.ir Sii : Supm' ; niimtlK if'i I tiiiiihi a leiitlt! ot' 1'iia'lfii'hrs Ki j male INtilatnr Imm yi il, ait'l have n.-c-l it in 1 my laiuily with tin ntnnt pa!i.-t'ai'tiii, an I ; havp ivroitHiii'ii'U''l it tu thi-cr i'(hrr lumilirs.iiiul ' tl.ry havr ir jn.-t w h;it it is rn inuii'ni il. I The IVhulr who have ui-J ymir 'A, I.AHHt i Zu i pt'i'lict hi'Jilth, itu l arc ti'ilf to ntieihl to ioiiit',.iM ilntio, :iti'l we rnr.liiillv rrctmi- i ini'ii'l it tu ilu- pul.lk'. l niir- iinTtHilv, 1 v, II. II. JnllVnX, I ! Weciitil-I a!-l a th-uan-l uiht'i- rrttiik-arrs ; ( , hut we iMii-i'lt-r tin' iil.ovi' ninjily diilleieiit J.roi'l I . nl'it.- irtue. All wu a-! is a trial. I K.-r full pai tieiilaiv, lii-tury m ili -i-msch nti-l l-I'l tilii ati'-i t.l it- iv..ll.li-1'ltll i-lll'i'-, tin- ri-j.lrr in I'l'lrri-i'.! I.i tin- wi-ip.ft- iit..nti. tlia l.nttiv. .Maliiit;ii-titii'. 11 ti-1 -n. l.- 18 it a i''n;jri v co l'li.-e l..m. A I I.A.N t'., UA. j Si, !.l l.y all l)ni -i-t.i. jiii!i-l..,'71-ly j Hweetvvsiter, Timiii. 1' ure Paints, a n il Medir iiios Oils Dye Stuffs, lYrfunu H'l'V, J Ollft and 1'aiicy Articles, Patent Medicines of all Jvillds, Horse and Cattle Powders, Cigars, Smoking and Chewing T o 1) a c c Pure "Wines a 11 d 15randies, For Alcdifinul Purposes. Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomade Cooking, Tlavoring and 1 I laudkercliief pAtracts. Candies llaisins, AVindow Glass and Putty, ; I LAAIPS AND CHIMNEYS. Lamp Oil of the Best Quality. Envelopes, Paper, Pens and Ink. Pocket a tie ry, I N S T 11 U M E N T S , Combs and Eruslies, And, in fact, everything usually kept in a Drug Store, and for sale at ooiiuliir nlices.. ! lrt.Scriptions accuviifely com- j pounded. Persons wishing his ! Professional services can find him at THE Drug Store, ilec2 I v. u, i mm, DENTIST, Tennesnre. tfiT DEVOTI-kS hid entire attention to tlic practice of Dentistry. lnsi.ics satisfaction, and chnrgea to unit the dull times. Posters l'"'b' printed at tho Enterprise Office 1871, Ilisht & Scruggs. FALL AND WIXTKU STOCK COMPLETE!! AW liavn rect'ivoil nii'l want tu Fell ('iiiiiih'tp Stock nf Mercliaiiiliso, nt prieos to sail tlm times. You can buy uf u.-, Doinostirs, Ticking, Drillings, JSatinctts, ('assiinrrcs, Liasoys. ALPACCAS, DELAINES, I'Linncls, nss'til colors, Jcnns, Ulankcts, Shawls, liicakfast Capos BOOTS ?SH0 Coffee, Salt. Iron. Nails, Qiiconsware, and NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS W'o make a spcinlty of SI A K D IV A U E, And intcnl koi-nitt: on I111111I to suit IJ11 its nil kinds ot Meeiiaiiirs' Tools. l.nilding 1 ardware, Cutlery of all kinds nii.l nvorytliin in this line, ami will sell tlirin us low ns tlioy can Lu Loujjht laid liiuu'd:t here. PRODUCE. Wo will liny yiiitr Wheat, ynur f'urn i ynnr Oats, llntter, l''j.'gs, Chickens, Dried l'ruit, l'ens, inc. I 1 1 Ki IIT & SCRUGGS. JUST llECEIYED LAAIKIF AND Y A HIED STOCK OF d0O 1 s f Which wo, r.rnruise to sell chciip for cash, or good snluiihlo (ilutluce ut the luurkct price. Our .St-jck coiuiats of DltY GOODS, CLOTTIINa, HATS, ! HOOTS and SHOHS, j NOTIONS Cutlery, Axes, Hoes, Knives and Forks I Pocket Knives, Ac, Ac. Y"e havH also a large r.tock of Quocns warc of every kind, prieu and description. FRESH GROCERIES always in store. In fact we have almost everything usually kept in a first class, ra ta i I store. (live us ,i call, examine our stock and wo will give yon satisfaction. J. W. COD DA 111) k CO., ' No. 2, Enterprise, lilock, Sweetwater. nprSlttf .HALE AXJ; FEMALE ACADEMY, MADISONYILLE, TENN. rpiE I'.NT.r.CISKSof this institution will tie-in X its next session the Kirst Monday iu Sep teinher, timler Prof. Ii, II. Kam-ey, who has had charge nf the Female Sclionl lor the past live years. Latin, (ireek, the Sciences, Higher Matlu-inatics, Ilelles Letters and n Ihoronirli Knlisl. Primary cuiirse will be tainrht. Kntire satisfaction is assured (o all patrons, from the 1 success nf Pruf. Knmscy and his popularity as j an Instructor and Disciplinarian. Hoard can ; be obtained nt the usual . rices. KATES Of TflTIOS: I Primary, 5 Mmitli, $10.00. ; Intermediate, 5 Month?, $12.50. I Advanced, j Mouths, $15.00. Dr. .Tosi-pii I iTtis, l'res't. Board Traiitecu. 1 I ES i 1 Emigrants and Travellers- 'SAVE YOUR MONEY . iyn,,,.rpp.in-iii...pM. . ... no Hw, fine , Il.iitl iu Ihli-un-.. liiillCntitll. 1it:ii ni- niif ...lint .11 thcMissi.-.-ii.r.!. or Alkali.-. Ilk. I ers, iir to St. I s, Ivmsas I Ity, St. Joseph, iinuil.il, mi niiy point We.-t or Noriliwt, bcter- nun u ti I liny yMin-tiiki'i" vi 'St. Louis, Mi-mliis, Nnslivilio ami ('Iiiii(aiM)OKii I Great Through Line. j Trains run throrh from Chattanooga, to Mem ; hi, Tenn.,)!!!'! t'oiiimlnts, Ky., Without Change of Cars. ! Tlii'ivfuio iiiiikin; Uih'ii (hif CLiuiiii' lit I vii n L lie llu it i n I iiihI SI, l.imi.i. I Hip Klmit mi l iiitit-k routo V.'cst an.l . t.l-i !! t'luiM i " iu"luii,j:'0-olA,J1J!'" an hvtli ntiv nilior roiilc. Ami riaml. il ii.it I.. I l-f tl..... .. !.!.. tu IVxa-, Atk,,.,.,. a,.. tl, Mif-i.-..ii.i.i i-ivi'f. Knli nun.-. 1..VU11B route will n..t to put in n-n 1 ni-K Miil-Ii liavo 11. 1 tiro, n at.s or (Miiiliii'tjs of aiiykin.l; lmt will liavo txculli'iit IWenjjcr cure, tli.in.nlt'.y lit-itte.t iiii-I ncll vciiiiUti.,. lii-ini'iiili.'r tli ik .-onl .rie us a trial ami sec il' we I.i not lu 11.-4 wt' i.riiMn.u.. liates of Kmigraiits arc as follows : Knuwilli! tu .Mruip'iis, ' l.iltlo It.n-k, " M. I.. mis, (Kail) " " (Kivi-r) " Kansas I'ilv, (Itivi-i) " " "" (liail) " St. .Insoph, ' " " (liivor) " Omaha, ("nil) " f-an Kiaiicisrii, (Hail) .. , " " ,'ltivi-i-) i:!.nn 2'UIO 2l.:i;. !7.:i.-i :il.:ia, il.:i:. 1 1.1 1 S3 1 I'l.r, j 21 .i " Kioisns City, all Ilin-i-,... j 1':i-.-i-n:,'0i-s 1111. 1 K niiaiiln l.y this l.ini! Iroin I ('hattaii.i..i;a hnvi' i-ln.iii- ul .1 ilili'i'li-lit tl.iuti-K to ! tin- Vi-.-t an. I Xni-lliwivi, us I'mIIi.w.- : Via I'ni.in City, llii kn.ioi nr l.oni-villi', tai'i'i'lni-i- uiiinj Ii ' upi-i-iMi- ii.lvaiitai-i. ovi-i-ult nthor Uuiites. Trains rim to and from Chattanooga, as follows : j l.l-'.AVI-:. AHRIYK , .'I. Ill a. in. Siin.laye Kxi-pptcil. -I ..'HI a, in .".imp. in. Unity, 7. Ill p. in All piif-si-ni-i s tin- entitle! to 1110 pnvniU lian-l';.'..-, wliiuli Kill hit han-llnl nilli caiu t'l'i-i-ul i.-hai'm-. I-'.. I- liii-tlii-r jiiOx-tiitit ti.n i..I'ti-t'ss Atii-nts of tliis I.inr nt tin1 liitliiwiii plan's : I!. M. II. .nk, Cliattamuia, Tennossoo. II. C. II. .M-, " " I. . I.. I i.-iii.-nt, Cli-vi-li.ii.l, " II. V. Itl'tlllM, l.iiii.h.ii, u ; W . .1. I ayh.i-, .liiiTi-4tuvn, It. M. tlai'i-ill, KnuwilU-, u I For (,'iiick Time and Sure Connec I lions don't forget to buv your Tickets 'of the St. l.iwi.-; lA--;tt;i.'s, XiifhriHi- mill I'linllii. ; imni'i (i'i'i; Thiiiiiij!i 'I. inf. j JOHN V. TTIOMAS, (ieu'l Sinierilitemlelit i Y. L. DAXLKY. j (it u'l F. A; T.-Aj-ent. j ;;. o. s. fkofihtts Celebrated Liver Medicine. VCTS witli L'.-ntlt-ni'ss nn. I thor.iiiiilinc.-thi- l,ivcr mi 1 (ti-iii-i-al I'ilTulatiiiii- i llnll kt-t-1 s I'Mivt-li in natural motion i.nil i-li-anst-s I lie Sv.-t. 'in I'm in nil impiirili.-s. &-" Xi'vi-r Tails I.i curi! I.ivn- DImi-iim: in any r.iriii '. Tot -pi.lity, Kiilaii-ini'iit, hyspopnin, In.lini-Mi.iii, l.o nf Ap.n-litf, Xatiscii, Sour Stonim-h. Ili-at-t Hul'ii. ! Ilrl'ility, l.uiv Spirit, Cu,l Ki-i.t ami hanil.-, , Cn-liii-iii-sfi, l.iKtii'SMtii-ss, Colic, Chronic lliar t rhi-a Chronic chills ami l-Vm-r. i Jr"?"!' pomi-lfl in strirt ai'i-or.lanro with i j skillful i-hi-iuistry ami si-ii-ntilii; phartiiin-y, ' i thin pi:r. Vi--ji-tal.li.- I'uinpi.iin.l has, iil'ti-t- the ' : .-i-vi-ii-sl l.-.-l i.i l .wnty yi'a l-s itieessan llsi-, l.i-i'li -t vl.'l tin- tiri'i.t lil-stoi-ativi' iiii-I II pi-rant j l.y tin- i-nlihti'iu-.l ti'.-tiiii.iuy uf thoiisatuls n.-iin; 1 j if. wi hariiionioii.-ly a..iiisti'.l that it keeps tin- I i I . i v t-1- in lii-.iltht.il ai-tioii; n. whi-ii tin- ilinr- ! tioiiH ni t' iih-i-vi'il, t!:o pt-Mct'ss of wa-ti au.l ri;- j ph'iiisliini-iit in tin- human mI.-iii i-i.titituu-s un- j inti-rrupti'illy tn a ri ;.e uhl njif, niul man, tiki-I tin. 'atri,ai-cl.s nf ni.l, ilr.i k tutu the ;:ravc full j i'f yi-ai, itlii.ut a stru.'L'li-, ivhi-m-vi-r Ui-ath i- la'u.is hi- pi'i-i.iitii-, A.lapli-il to tin- most ilil- ii- at- tcni.i i iiin iit nii.l ruliii.-t i'.i.-litnti..n. It nan In- (jivt-ii with i-iii:il safety ami i-ertainty of MiiTi-ss to the youti i-hil-1, invnliil la.ly or strong i. ji'22 ly 'T'ijlj'J FAMILY FAVORITE SEWING ' MCIIINE i i tradeHtmark Ufa? SOMi: OK ITS POINTS OK Sl'I'KllltiHtTV. IT IS the lightest aii'l I'astest-riiiiiiin;; of any first-class shuttle Machine. It has inure room to iiilniit of work under the ai'in. It is cleaned and oiled with much luss troithle ' every part lei n in plain sijxlit, It is lets lialde to et out uf order there he ; in;x no nctin sprinjxrt usedjn its i-oustru-tiun. It hastlie must simple mid ell't'ctive feeil de vice. . It is dcei.ledly the simplest aud most duruhle Jlaehine in the market, j It is easier leurheJ lo operate than tiny other .Maeaine. Jfca"l!l-; SCP.KO! to enaiuine IT hefofe huyiiij; tiny other Machine. STACY A ANCKL, Oen'l Ap'ts., 1112 (iay Street, Knnxville, Tetm. liopirt & Mayes have this eelelirated Machine fur sale. Call uml let us shiv you how it work, and we ure sure vou will Iniv no other, jeli 'Tl-If ' IiOGAliT S MAYKS. ffl. II , BENSOH 3 Inipoi ters nn.l Wholesale Dealers in HARDWIRE, CUTLERY, GUNS, Railway SteiUliboat and Machinists SUPPLIKS, N'o. O.posite Knrle's Hotel jan2iitf l CAN'AL st., Jiew York. Bill-Heads Neatly printed at the office of the Sweet water Enterprise. Letter-Heads ; Neath printed at thu Enterprise, Office LeltiT From Wiisliiii'itiKi. Jkti;i)1'iii.itax lliiVKf, ) Ya-hini.cin, Oct. Ki. Ks;i. i YYlift your corri'sjioiult-iit ilot-s nut knw j ,)f u roiiKvmn-mv. Yi'lmt ! He lias Seen llltlllces HUH lo lltlUU less he litis sot'M iiutui'cs ltini to think Ichh I (if IlllllSelf, mill tloelV llllllllt lid llot-H Hot know nioch, hii.I tliink of the coimtrv ; tht! inori'. Fur t!u last Mvviiil days t lit I Second. Kamin his i-ars; wo tliut ho ! cimntiT 1ms lircii niidi r a hi;,'h stitttt of ' lias ,'ot ti-v cias, and p.. and a tin jiaii I cxciti'iiiciit, it 1 1 1 1 I t'onid not jot down i lius tu hint to find out wlii tiii rhi. hcar j anything Imt Fire! l'ir.'! Thu -rnit in"; i ood. All liuxscs ure .lino, lmt u c.ilamity of (.'hirnr has alisovlicd cvci v .It'll' ami diilii ho.H ait; not disirtil'lo. ! dt'imi'tini'tit, iiml tlio spirits antl man-1 Third. J.ook witll tu liuoyib; scr that : hood of tint Amcii.-au j..-otili! havtt ln cii ; hi' has ;ot a iuiiil in hi . vi s, mid not fully shown, hy Iho r-sj).nis in thu hour j of nerd. I have witnessed the hcatiiitf ol tiie niiisu ill itsliinti lon, I'liilitilel - lhin ami New Yolk, and tlio jironiiili-! tinle of such men as A. T. Stimrt, ( 'lallin t and others, makes olii) feel juimd that! tliev tiia AmcrieiiiiK, when minis of lillv i !tl:o1lsl;mlKoatadash, for the relief of ,i . . 1 .1 11 ; ,l? 'llS l'' l ""W' ,H ,!I.,k" ".v I other eitv or lieople in the Woi l.l. llni i tire is liardlv out, lielol e the citizens are I tlie'in foiindittioiis for the erection of I new biddings, ami merchants w ho had j lost every dollar, t.-lciriM j liin to know I what they should do, as they could not i lav tlio New York lnerehaitt what thev ' already owed ; but asked time; And the resioiisi! of the (.rent Heart of tluicred- itor: "heinl on vonr uiilers for new stock." This is Auiericaii manhood and makes one lovehis country as thu "Home of the llrave." I was at l'h'innuth Chnrch on List Sabbath, to hear H. W. IJi-echer on the j t liicttjjo Ciilainit v. Coni'li'l-'alioii, I !:l i)!lll. Text from I'salms, SSth cliiiDler. , litli verse, "Thou bust laid lint in the 'I ov his withers tu the commencement ov lowest jut, in darkness, in the deeps." i hiz tail (or doisul vertiln a,) and pinch ; I need not sny that Fei eher was master j him as you o along, tu seu if he knows , of the situation, iiml that I felt "it was j how tu kick. k'ood to be, there." The piles of reou- i Ale. Look on his hind lejfs for sum backs was evidence; of the iippreeialioii. ' spavins, kuibs, w inalls, ringbones, I have put in time, and have seen and i skratches, .puttors, thrush, reasu-hm-Is, , heard tniicli to make mo think well of I thoroiihpins, spring-halt, iiuaiter : the land of my adoption, Fast Teiines-' kracks; see if he haz j,'ot a whirl-bone; ! see, as it is better known abroad than j look for sum pin-hips; hunt for strains i it is at home. Our lici.plu are sleeiiiitu' I in the back tendons, lut-downs, uml ; so far as their interests: are concerned. I'el'taill tilings cull be tlolie, notwith : standing we may be poor and weakly, we can plow a utile deeper, apply more fertilizers, improve our soil, improve our oads, raise less tlos and lnoiu ho's, and work a little harder. Theso appliances-, like "blood, will tell. ' lly lime and opportunities liavo been well spent, I and many specimens of tine sheep, eat- tie and lions Imve bp,-n examined, as well ' as some laiyi' pumpkins. 1 spent half a ! day in the Fair of the American Iitsti j tute in New York, its well asexhiliitioiis ot Stock on Loii"- Island, Airriciilturai I Implements, nt i I especially sub-soil cul - tivution. Havo carefully examinud the I present system of education, and its ! adaptation to practical uses such as j agriculture and the mechanic arts also, o - - -o i thu system ot road-iiiaking ot winch m umori-l nigliste.l, and learn Inz opniyun prai'tiee we tlo not succeed. F.veli less I ov these things. labor than we use, if inure judiciously I Twelve. 1'rospekt his wind, s.-trch dil applied, would add materially to the ! igcnlly for the heaves, a.-d if he iz a rour value of our lands. I find much said i '''. mid don't be afraid to Jiud out if he of the tine climate and the tine soil 0f ' 'z il vlii.sl lor. the valley of Fast Tennessee, as well as our Mineral wealth, undeveloped. They tlo not say we are lazy, oh, no; but tlioy say we have got a lnagnilicent climate and soil, and do not know it. "When I examine myself by the stand point of the industry I sen here, I feel humili ated; and am ready to admit "I am weighed in the balance and found want ing." "Knteijirise," there is much for us to do, for nothing lmt enterprise will bring us out of the slough of despond ency. YVe inn in need of better roads. especially tho main markets. YVe want thoroughfares to . more liermaiient ! road beds, and our roads can fully laii out, graded, ami iheii remain so, that I we do not lose the labor of 'ears. As a ' general thing we are devoting more ! time to new departures, iu politics as well as iu creeds, than is profitable, i What we want is "more bread from the ; acre" more reliance lijiuu Divine l'rov-1 idenct! by obeying the law, "work, work, I sweat, sweat, if you believe my com mandments." W. H. Seward says, "to be idle is to rust." Divine law admon ishes us, ."an we sow, so shall we reap." Let us edu.-ate our children, take the newspapers, encourage agriculture, and j bring up our boys and girls to be prac tical antl working, and not so much pro fessional. Let us sustain our livo men who have "rent hearts and display maii- ! hood by saying, come, not go men like ; H. 1!. Yearwood, wliehav : the ring ol tlic ; true metal; who are energetic and come up in times of our need, and say, come, lot ns work together for good to old .Monroe. Your coi respondent, may jot too much, if so, cut hint oil". If time permits, he may jot down some more that, ho has seen, and felt may be acceptable, for pro gross. M. -4 Tho DiH'crein'o r.clAvccn Men. Thcgri-iit dilt'erence between men be tween the fei ! and powerful, the great I and insignificant is energy, invincible determination; u purpose onco fixed up on, add then death or victory. That quality will compass anything that is possible in life; and no talent, no circum- j stiiucfs, no opportunities, will mako a ; nu n without it. Endeavor to take your work quietly. ' Anxiety and over action are always the causo of sickness ami restlessness. We j must use our judgment to control our ! excitement, or our bodily strength will , break down. 'e must remember that ! our battle is to bo won by a strength not I 0Ul' 0WI1, 1S 11 hattle that docs not I in I'ciiii upon mo swill, am I strong. I should rejoice to hear any olio of) niy congregation saying "I forgot who preached, I leit so much the lnlliience of j the truths he preached. Blessed bo God, j I was enabled to repent, and the silent taars trickled down my cheeks. My i heart was affected, I began to relent, and i now it relents again when I consider by i whose mercy it, was that I was blessed j witli these feeling.' llowlaud Hill. - IC" Subscribe for tho Extem-iush .THi: JOSH IJILIJMJS IMPEKS. : How Tu l'ii'k Out A Good Hoss. I l'iist. Li t tlii; ci'lor bo it koituI, itruan, I n l'eil, a L'l'nv, a wuitu il likck, n 1 11 ; iri'f.)ii. u i lu .-.lutit. u bam n, n tltipi dc, n iiiuiL-il, u t iv.un, it butkakiu. or u huiii ! or otln-r miml i-ulnr. ! ton larj,'.- it uin; uuitliLi; hot-scs with too ho'J,'" l'iiils in their (yes ure uear-siht- . .iliu hanc sen oals, anil Iniv til wear n'l'eeu .'oles, and green ples niake a h"ss look tu inui:h liko a tnikt jiedlar. l'"ourth. Fet!l ov his lieek witli tlio in s'do ov v. inn ri'dit hand; seo that the spinal Milium iz well fatted, and runs the whole length ov hint from fore, tu al't a hoss without 11 good jihntt spinal nullum from foru tu aft aint worth (sieid;iu sudihii) uint worth a well ili-lim.il cuss. rive. Put your hand on his breast (this is nllowablo in tlio casu of a (niad- riiieil;) seo it luz haitu kali beat 7U; I siiiei-ze his fore li','Ks I" if he i.s well muscled; lilt up hiz beforo f I mil-a-l... - lift no lii 1 ... f, . .-. . I'..,.f ,,,,,1 ...... i ii marc iz enny nos in tnem liws keep a boss's feet cool and sweet, jllstuz they do a well or a spring ov witter. Six. Look well in his shoes; seu what number he wears number ci'htiz about ri-ht. Seven. Hun yuro hand iiloiif,'thi!divi- i dui'' lid-'it ov his binl.lv, from thu to capped hock; Mine." Investigate hiz teeth; seo if he aint fourteen years old last May, with tnitli filed down, mid it six-vear-old black j mark burnt into thu top ov them with a ! not. iron. Ten. Smell ov hiz breath tu see if he haint got sum landers; look just back ov hiz earn for sigluis of polc-eil; pinch him on the top ov hiz withers for a lis tula, and look sharp at both shoulders for a sweeny. Fit ven. Hook him tu a wagon that rattles, drive him up to lin Irishman and Inz w liei iiiaiTow. meet a riiir-mi -reliant ' with cow-bells strung acrost tho top ov hiz cart, l.-t .iu express trin pass him ! 'it forty-live miles tu the hour; who he j swetly heave a bullalo robe over him j tu keep oph the cold, ride him with an Thirteen, lie sure that, he aint, a krib biler, ni n t balky, aint a weaver, und don't pull at the halter. Tin zr are a few simple things .tu be looked at in buying a iimil Jamilij cm--; there iz a grate uiciiny other things tu be looked at (at yuro leizure) after you have bought him. (rood Losses are skarse, and good men, that deal in any kind ov bosses, are skarser. Ask a man all about his wife, and hi may til! von; examine him class for .Sunday-school teacher, and find him all ' u the siua o; si nd him tu the New Yol k I Legislature, mid re nice that money won't buy h;m;leud him seven hundred dollars in the hi 'hway without a wit- "ess or note; even swop dorgs with him with perfect impunity; but when v on buy a W f'lim.'i io.-s ov him, young, sound and trt w, watch the man cluss, i nd m ike up your mind besides that n v ill have to a sk tl o lord til forgive. Mm. ".In limii'sl nw)i iz llir vublivt vnrk uf Iiml." this famous saying waz w ritten, in great anguish of heart, by the lato Al exi'.iiiler Pone after buviiiL' a iimul liiin- '.' Ihixk. 1)1(1 Gi'ii: JJntlur Stt'iil a Negro! Tho full textof General H. F. Hutlers's last speech iu advocacy of his claims to the governorship of Massachusetts, as reported iu the New York Tribune, con tains the following significant passage, which is as near to candor as could to expect-d. General Butler says: "I did not lovo slavery much Letter than men who prated much louder about it. I see that I imi told by every Springfield paper that I voted thirty seven times or fifty-seven times for Jell'. Davis. I did to preserve tho Union. They tell you that every time, but they don't tell vou that the boat on which I came away from Charleston had a fugi tive slave. It is evident here that General Butler wishes to make a capital for himself iu a quarter where he thinks the violation of law iu connection with a then existing domestic institution of mi mie of the States was regarded as a tolerable if not a no ble thing. He tikes care not to a-sert i flatly that he himself did run oil' a slave; and perhaps it is well that lie doits not. so assert, for there art- few that, would believe that ho h i I either courage or the feelings iu opposition t slavery that. would have induced such an act at that time- Bait. Sun. . To natter persons adroitly one must know three things what thry are, what they think they are, and what they want other people to think they are. - . - -4 A kind hearted but illiterate livery sta ble keeper, who could not bear to sco a horse ill-treated, used to say, with per fect sin cerity, and, us ho believed, with perfect accuracy, "my hostility to them as abuses hossess was burn into me, and comes as liatcral as breathia." Kicki'tl liy u Mnlc. Jko Johnsou lmd a initio. Them was nothing remarkable, iu th mero fact of his b.-iuj; the possessor of hiicli an animal, but there was souietbine; pe culiar about this mule. He tlieuiiiiiiid could kick higher, hit harder on thy slightest proToeatitui,anilaet uglier than any mule on record. One morning, riding hi. property ti market, Jake met Jim lioggs, against whom ho had an old but rimcealt-il grudge. Ho knew 15oggV weakm-ss lay -in bragging and betting; therefore hit saluted him accordingly: "How are you, Jim ? Fine morning." 'Hearty, sipiire," replied Jim. -Fiui weather. Nice tiiul.t that you have. Will he do to bet on?" Hct on?' Gu.iHhe will tlut. I tell you, Jim Hoggs, he's the best iniilu iu this country. Paid fc'iiil) for him." ' "(i rent smash! Is that no '!" ejacu lated Jim. . "Solid truth, every word uf it , TtJl you uontidentially, Jim, I'm taking, him down for betting purposes. ,1 bet Lo can kick a tly oil' from any man without its hurting him." "Now, look hero, acpiire," mu Jim, "1 am not a betting character, but 111 bet you something on that myself." 'Jim, there's no use; don't bet, I don't want to win your money." "Don't bo alarmed, wptire; I'll tko such bets as them every tiuie." "Well, if you are determined to bet, I will risk a small utako say fivo dol lars." "All right, wiui re, you're my man. But who will he kick the tly off?" Then, is no one hero but you and I. Yon try it." , "No," says Join won; "I liavo to bo by tho mule's head lo order him." "Oh ! yaas," says Jim. "Then prol ably I'm the innu. YVu'll I'll do it; but . you are to bet ten ngaiust my livo if I risk it." "AH light." quoth thu squire, 1 "Now there is a tly on your shoulder, stand still." Ami Johnson adjusted the mule. "AYhist, Jervy," said he. The mule raised his heels with such velocity and force that Hoggs rose in tho air like a bird, and alighted on all fours in a muddy ditch, bang up against a rail fence. ltising, in a towering ra'e, he ex- claimed: "Yuas, that is smart! I know your darned mule couldn't do it. You hail that ail put up. I wouldn't be kicki'tl like that fur fifty dollars. You can just fork over them ere stakes for it any way." "Not so fast, Jim; Jervey did just what I said he could; that is, kick a tly oil" a man without itshurtinghim. You sen the mult! is not injured by tho oper ation. However, if you are not satis fied, wo will try it again as often as you wish." "The deiico take you," ,-,rowled Jim. "I'd rather have a barn fall on mo at once than have that critter kick me again. Keep the stakes, but don't say anything about it." A ml ioggs trudged on ill bitterness' of soul, murmuring to himself, "Sold, by thunder, mid kicked bv a mule!" Tlie IJa Const rii't of John, undo his tail! There, ladies and gentlemen, is the wonderful boa con structor, so called because he constructs many pleasion images with his surpen tine form. The constructor is a long nn imal, an you will perceive, and is very longlived. He lives a hundred years or nioro if he don't die beforehand. Ho is of tho worm species, anil worms himself along the ground with legs. He is calla ble of climbing the highest trees, in which lie is fond of concealing himself in tho branches thereof, that he may impose up on tho benighted traveller or other beasts whereby to assaciato his hunger. "He mashes his vil tols beforo he cats 'cm, and then swallows 'em head first Tho seascqtent is much larger, yet I think the constructor conltl lick hint, for he is full of pluck. Prick hiin,.Tolm, and make him hiss. When he hisses hois very an- ' rgv, and cares very little whst becomes of him. This is because he is Tory weak -minded and has a very small head. . Ho has, however, a very largo belly, and when it is full he is very good-natured. Ho has a very lovely skin, . but is very, ugly tempered. Ho is very sulky and la zy, and he is so spiteful it is a mercy ho can't talk. I havo took care of thin mighty .snake for three years, but lie, shows no gratitude. Ho is a glutton, and likes to Ktiitl'liimself, and then to go to sleep. If John ditln't stir him(stir him again, John,) ho would never wnko up except to hisvittals. "I don't know's I might blame him much, though, because natnre is nature whether in Boston or tho rude v.iiley of Bengal. I havo un uuclo who lived in Bengal, and a brother who has never ' been there. My uncle tells mo that ho has seen ten thousand boa coimtruetorn at one time a frolicking in the forest, and eating each other up. My brother docs not believe it, but thou he has not seen it My uncle may be depended up on. Ho sold rum and sugar to the In jens. He is the only man in the world who ever sold ram to the boa construc tor. This is the one he gave it to. Ho 11 1 K 1 11 "fi"l 1111(1 lu "oxen mm up. . L -1 1 . ... 1 O- I 1 I ' Iho boa will never forgive linn, Vice-President C.ilfax says, in a com munication to the New York Independ ent, that "tho undoubted pnblie opinion of the country is that the time for gener- al amnesty has arrived." Yes, but tho licillllllisu ausii, uospiie inab inci, nun itself against it; and now (.rant has is- sued a proclamation declaring tho exis tence of lawlessness iu South Carolina, in the face of a denial of tho charge by Badical officials in Hint State. This is done in the hope of stirring up evil pas sion which may result in breaches of tho pence, that, the demand for amnesty limy be silenced. -. 'These two lines, that look so solemn. YVtre just put here to till tho cclumii.