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'u'll t ,ril. ft rtu i nu 1 i-.. I ,,i I ' r "I '' ) I'l: '. , 1 li ' t I i - I it il ) I I .1 II I JiY C. B WOODWARD. SWEETWATER TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, -IS71. - - - - . t II SWEETWATER. ENTEKPMs THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED KVMUY THURSDAY, BY C. B. "WOODWARD, At M'-wo tolliii-M a Year, l'liyahlo In Advaaco. l:TKS AIIVMMISIM;. 1 siinrc. 1" linrsnr less, one iim-rtin'i. .$1,011 I'ur null m.Iu-i-1,111'111 insertion e'l Tin' rates, for ttirp months and upwards, will l.e found in the nl lowiii" table : nms d urn 1 venr .."i.0ii i?s.iiii 4IS.IHI s.nti i:i.nii -jh.ihi 1 1 .mi Hi. :.i ox. no 1 1. mi 'ui.nn :;.".nit lii.iii :mi -uum S.'i.ihi 4i, mi il'i.nn lin.llll .Vl.nu ".Villi 4'). 'in t;i i . 1 1 1 mi. mi i ne square Two sipiures Three sipics I'mir sitiarcs One-ton i t h toluiuu line-half column Thicc-tourths minimi. . I till' Colli ill II .. . Loral Notices, !" cents per line each iu- Settinll. Non-resident Notices in sidvtnre n" Attainment " " " AT KIN HOUS E, K.VOXVII.I.i:, TK.NN., j .TAticH isi:i..r.., l'ljoiit. 1 Sin ai i.ii wn ni a Fkiv Stkis nr tub Ukiht. A new nnd -l-(r "i First l'- lintel, well fur nished, mi l having every ciuufurt und i-unveni- elite, i Hl rTiaKST TIME FOR ! rnwctwin oil tliu Tru'nu Fi.-t & lv to gel ; l:. i.. r. " '''' V . M -T 1 I ' T. I'. '.I. Un U'HK' Miidisuuviltc, Ti i Ii.ii, Trim. 'g'AM;v & mc'Isoki:y, ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS, Mudisouville, Tcuu. WILL l'tSAOTirK IX P.oANK, MONROE, L"l'l'iN mid adjoiniti',: counties. J't-oiti (t Attention then tn tli co'Iceiion of til lints, .in I tin- nisei-niton nf suits either in Circuit or l...n. !- fi.nri.-. Iel.!l ly LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Educational Institutions. l'.KV. '. 1'. IJAXCKon', l'riiiiml. lUM'UlTMKNTS: ii.llcinte. Preparatory, ) Ln.Iish, Nnninil, Music. Fall Session ill M ucci-s hciMUS August 3d, IsTl. Location, lie.'illliy mi I i.eiuililui ; iiitnieli..n, t!i-.nnli ; .eiii'. nn...ierule. 1-V.l' eiitalnnc, itll lull ji.iitienl;ir, n.lilri-M I . 1'. l'Ai;rt;."n'.l!, Sn.Tiiilon.leiit, jijil-::i I Linn M.iuiiliiin, TennivKW .v7';'v;:.v ri.v. v.v ! m, (Jcncral C'oiuniissioii Mci-chunts, J'mvillh .VviV, A t I ii n I ii , v i U- 1 I (i','7i.',l.; Sulu-i'ril mi'l )(). H'ihiiiI- ninth: fel.2.'l-lv J.AMAU HOUSE. ichox viiic 'rc'iiiicw.-K'". J. C. FLANDERS, Lessee.: J1II House lias lieell repainted nlld papered .L 'I I.- le-.lsaie i.oi..;. t.ii. inesn men will ..m.-u!i their i.xn interests l y bearing in mind th it this house is l... aied lx Tin: r.i'si.NKss ckxtuk, v'dch irivs hem ii.haiitie.'es that no other house '. ,. n Is. Iloiniliusses ut the Pepot. Terms lor Icline.-see 'juesls us liberal as liny th.-r house. net I I tf. V,m Wmit it! Everybody Does!"1"11 TI1K MAMMOTH WKKKFA' j IJniou & American. I Tlio Litrsost, tlin l!st toul tlio Clieajit'st, J'lijier in tlio South. A Seventy-Two Cnliiiiiti Paper for Two Diilltirs ft Year. only The latest News hy Telegrnph Full Petails of the stirring events ill KiiMpe n earefuli.v pre pare. I resmae of the home and foreign markets n complete .V-rieiil'.ui al Pepartiuent, invalua ble to the rainier mil Housewife and il de lightful liiiseellaneiHls lilelalijie. 'The paper fur the lln-.isehold, the Dusiucss Mall an I the Luhnriir Man. J'rioc, Only Two liollarsa Year. What Our Contemporaries Say : The Trent.. n (iaelte says: "We take pleas tire in reciiiiiniendin it to the people nf this coun ty as the nhle-t, soundest, iin.l the must reliable j.aper punished in Tonnessee." TlimUnrksvillu ,',.:meco l.-af snyu It is "the nr-icst paperintheState, wliile in ability it is lit leas! eiiial toiiny in the South." The iKiiowille Whii says: "It is one of the Mo-i .-;,iti.di.lli ;.'e!t..nlii wceklin.s in th- Smith." TI.e V I, m. is 'I i no's snv : "'t isnnij ..i' tl-s li.i ; AC'.k'lieii piii.le.l N n-ther .i.ii.i1.'' ! Sr-'; me oiiiV a saiiii '.eol stores of comme i.l :.ii...is of tho Union ,V American by the pres.- " the country. Address UNION AND AMKIIP.'AN, nov2l-tf Siisliville.Tcnn. PHILLIPS, CIIAULKS & CO., PRODUCE DEALERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MITCHELL HTUEKT, ATLANTA, liKOIlUIA. pt" JiiiixC.VABiiity, t Sweetwater, Te nn will make liberal advances on nil ahipme ti t .s. fia.2;i-liin V'KJ A DAY FOIl ALL with Stencil Tools. O-lvJ Address A. K. ftiiAMAM, Spriu;;liel 1, Vt. MIIS. M. M.V'ONSKLL & DAI'CIITEK - FASHIONAULE AllLLIXEHS, 97 I!a" SntKirr, (uearly opposite I'.x press oillcc) KXOXVILLK, TKXN. A Lurjro Aimirtiupiit of Ladies' Furnish iug (100118 ul ways on hiniil. . All Kinds of Ble.-ichim; Neatly Done. mnygfi-Kiii f.. K. IHi' MllV. WAl.t.ACK M'PMKItSIIN Brumby & McPlierson, Wholesale and ltetail GROCERS, No. 13 Whitehall Street, ATLANTA, GEOKGIA. c OaVSIOXMKNTS of llulter, niul Pnwliice ppiiiTiilly, foliciti'tl. jv'Jii M-ly SXAKELY & THOMPSON, lMiler in Irodticct MONTGOMERY, :::::: ALA. "TTK wnnt Poultry, Butter, Eprs, Fresh Meats, 11 Sausage, Peas, ltenns, Sir., from Knst Tennessee., Prompt attention giveu to all cuu- e!"iiinc iits ut rroftuee. -' ( ), t.:.,tf. WAKELY& THOMPSON. CartiK of all Kinds Zvc.l.j printed at tbo Eiiteri'viso Ollice. , IT LEADS TO HAITI XKSS A lloun to tlio 'Wliolo lttioo of AVoniuu I DR. BRADFIELD'S Female Regulator! IT WII.I. lirlii' nn t lie Menm: relieve nil piin lit tlie iimnilily "TeiiiKl;" euro Kheiunit tim mi l Neiiiiil.iii nl' llnek nn. 1'terns ; l.en e.irvluen nr S Litfi," iin.l jnirtiul l'i'iiiii.iiiii I'tei-i ; rlieek excessive II. iw, ami currwt nil lr leL'tiliivilie;! ieeiili:ir tn l.nlies. It will remnvi) nil irrit.-itinu nf Kiilneyn nn l IilmlUer ; relieve fiiKtiveiie.-s ; purify the lllnl ; ;jive t..ne mi'l Mreiith tn the whole nyitem ; . leiir the I'kin, iniiirtiii.' u rmy line tu the cheek mi'l clieert'iiliiefri td the iniii'l. It i a;) iiire it cure in nil the Hhove iticnsrK s ijniniiic is in I'l. ills ni Kever. I'lies ctiti cine theiiii'vlvp- nf nil the iihnve ili.-e.i.-(n willnuit reveulinj? their iniui.luints tn iinv one, which in iilmm iiiortlfyiii tu their ,rile mi.l inn lv.-ty It is recuiiiiuen le.l 1 .y the licet pliybieiiiiis nil. the clciyy. LaRhavhk, Oa., viirch ?3, lfiTO. niMiilW-M A t'u Atliuitii, (la. lieur Si in : 1 take pl.'iMnc in Ktatin; that I hnvu unci fur the last twenty years the weilieine y.ni lire imiv j 1 1 1 -tiu up, knnwn nri Dr. J. Ilraillt'el.l'ii Female Iti'ifiihitor, un. I eHisiirr it the hest cniiiliinatinii ever jj.itten tnjretlier I'm" the ilisenses fnr which it ih recnminenileil. 1 have l.een fmniliar with thu .neriitii.ii huth ins n prut-tici'mer of incli eiue mi.l in ili.iuestie iiiictice, mnl can Imuestly say that I consider it n Immiii tn siiH'ci iu fe u. ul. s, niul can lint h.iie that every liuly in mr !hiii!, iv Im may he siillerin in any way .eeuliiir ti. '. . ir se, may he nhle In irncure a hottle, that I' fcii s ileiM. may not only he rcliuve.l, hut h. i ihcy iii-.j '.ii retorcil tn health ami strength. Witii ur kiL i-'.-.t Ityai.ls, verv respcctlul ly, '.V. IS. FLl'.UKI.L, M. D. Xkaii MaIi iiia, Ha. March 21, lt7D Metsis. Win. Ki.nt .V S.,n.---Ilc..r Sirs : Some months i..i I lioiilu hutllu nf liia.lliel.l's Fe male Iti'ttuhitiir lioui y.ui, mi. 1 have use.) it in my lauiily with tin' iitmnst satisfaction, mi l have recoinihcn.lc.l it to three nllu r families, me I they haveloiiu.l il just what it is rrcnniincinlol. The I'cnnilis who have Hseil your UKl.il LA'I'oll me in ei lcct health, nn. I are nhle to ntteml In tlii',1 lioii.-eliiihl iluties, mi. I we cor.linlly lec.iiu incn I it to the iiiihlie. Vnurs re.ictfiillv, Ilev. II. I!. J0I1XSO.N. We coiil i ml.) il tlionsmi.l uthcr certificates ; lint we coiisi.icr the nhnve amply siitilcient prisil ul its virtue. All we u.-k is n trial. I'.ir full piirticiilars, hi.-tnry of diseases niul certificates uf its wonderful cures, the reader is referred to the wrapper uruiiud tho hottlu. .Maliulaetiiretl and sold hv It It A 1 FIKU) V CO., Price l.3i. ATLANTA, UA. S .Id hy nil Urie.isls. jiinel.'.'TI-ly K.F. Scruggs, M .!. Hwcotwntcr, Tcuu., UKAI.KK IN' T u r c Drugs a n d Medicines Paints, Oils, 'Dye JSttiSTs, ; . JVifumory, Toilet and Fancy Articles, i ii...i:: ..it t.';,k. Horse mid Cattle Powders, C'igiirs, Smoking and Chewing T o I) a c c o , Pure "Wines and Brandies, For Medicinal Purposes. Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomade, Cooking Flavoring and Handkerchief Extracts. Candies, Jlaisins, NV'.ndow Glass and Putty, LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS. Lamp Oil of the Best Quality. Envelopes, Paper, Pens and Ink. Pocket C utlcry, I N S T U U 31 E 3V T S , Combs and Brushes, And, in fact, everything usually kept in a Drug Store, and for sale at popular prices. Prescriptions accurately com pounded. Pcrsous wishing his Professional services can find him at THE Drug Store, dec2 lv. N. I MAYES, DENTIST, Sweetwater, TennrMsec. 18r DEVOTES bis entire attention tn the I practice of Dentistry. I ICP Insures satisfaction, nml charges to suit the dull times. Posters Neatly printed ut the Euterpriue Oflice X87J j i 1871. Iliglit & Scruggs. FALL AND WINTER STOCK COMPLETE! VCc liave reiicivfiil mi'l wntit to Pell Coiiiplote StuL-k of Merclisimlisi;, ut Jiricea to suit tlio times. Vuu cuti buy of u, Domostics, Tickings, Drillings, Siitinctts, Cnssiniri-os, Linseys. ALPACCAS, DELAINES, Flannels, ass'td colors, Jeans, Blankets, Slinwls, Bieakfast Capes BOOTS E SHOES Sugar, Coffee, Salt. Iron, Nails, Queensware, and NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS AVo make a spcinltj- of HARD W A 11 E, Ami itilnn l lccupini! on band tu suit litty en nil kim'a of Mechanics' Tools, Buildin.G; Hardware, Cutlery of all kinds ntul everything in this linn, tind will sull tlm in in low as tli cy can bo bought and brouolit here. PRODUCE. We will liny your Whont, your Corn your Oats, lluttor, Eggs, Chickens, Dried l''iuit, l'ens, etc. IIIGIIT & SCRUGGS. JUST RE C E I V E 1) A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF FALL, & WIN.TEH 0 0 33J S f Whichwe projioso to sell cheap for cash, or good snleablo produce at the market price. Our St jck euusists of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, COOTS ami SHOES, NOTIONS Cutlery, Axes, Hoes, Knives mul Forks Pocket Knives, See., Ac. We lmvo also a larfjo Ktock of Queens ware of every kill J, price ami description. FRESH GROCERIES always ia store. In fact we have almost everything usually kept in u first class re tail store. Give us a call, examine our stock and we will give you satisfaction. J. W. flODDAHD k CO., No. 2, Enterprise Block, Sweetwater. apr2()tf BOLIVAR MALE XSh FEMALE ACADEMY, MADISONVILLE, TEXN. rjlIIF, EXERCISES of this Institution will he'in L its next session the First Monday in op. temher, iiniler Prof. IS. II. Itanisey, who has luid cluirue of the Female School for the past live years. Latin, (ireek, tho sciences, Ilihci' JlathcuuiliiH, Hclles Lettera niul a thorough English Primary course will lie taught. Entire satisfaction is assure I (o all patrons, from the success of Prof. Banwey mid his popularity ns un Instructor nml lliscipliuariiiu. lioard can be uhtnincd nt the usual prices. ItATEJ OF TUITION: Primary, 5 Months, $10.00. Intermediate, 5 Months, $ 1 2.50. Advanced, 5 Mouths, $15. 00: Dr. Jokkph Upton, Prcit. Uourd Ti'dstcca. Emigrants and. Travellers- SAVE YOUR MONEY If you are nlntn Menipliis, T.ittle Tt.u k, Pin Itlulf, New Urleilns, tiMhest.iu, Texas, or any point i. n the Miasissiip?, llcl in Arkausnd Uiv ere, or to t. l.ouis, Kansas City, St. .Insepli, Omaha, or any point West nr Nulthwesl, In cer tain mi l l.iiy youi'tukcts vie '' St. Louis, Jleiuj.his, Xiislnillp and Cliiiltanooa Great Tlirough Line. Tntinf run tliro-ili fruin ninttuiMrfi;;t to Mom jiliii. '1'eitit., u:ii I oiuuiliits, K,.t Withoiit Change of Cars. Tlii'icfuiv liiiiivini; Only Out' Clmuif Jlilimit I l,i llvin,i-fi I (1ml SI. I.titti.. j This is Hi" short tin ! iuick rouie West nnJ V Northwest, liein Irmn 2 S TO 100MILES SHOHTER aiihvth nny other route . ,. n) t-1 u 1 1 , if not hi t rer than any Line t 'ea4, A'ckuiiFad mi.l the Mississippi river. Kmirnnts hy thiri route will not l.c put in Mux Cars which hive no fnes, suits or commits f any kin I; hut will have excellent I'asscner ears, thoroughly heated niul will vciitil-itcd. Ilciii. lulu r this .iii.I pht us t trial uu.l mm if we do not do as wr iiconosu. lliitus of Kiuigv:iiits ipo uh fullinvs : I KnoTvillo to Memphis...... ' Little lti;k,. I. .l.l.DU . 2J.no . 'tlx-. " bt. l.ouis, (lUil) (Ilfver) " Kansas f'ity l(ltiver) . . . " " " (Kail)... " St, Joseph, I " .. , . " (tfiver) " Onialm, " (I nil) " San Francisco, (linil). 2T.::. :n .::.- :il.:ij 27.::- :i:.:iii :i7.ri 111..1.-1 " " I (Kiier) lln..",i " KAusns City, nil Itivor,.... 2 1 -S3 Passengers and E:ulriiits hy this Line from ITiattan.H.ii have choice or .'I different Itontes to the West no. I North west, ns follows : Via I iih.n City, llickliiiin or Louisville, tnerelnru i;ivtn ti superior advantages OTernl) other Uoiites. Trains run to and from Chattanoojja, as follow s : I.KAVE. AltRlVE .'I. Ilia. ill. Pundiiys Excepted. 4 ..'HI n. in H. tin p. in. lhiily, 7. 10 p. in All passengers are entitled tnltlll pnvuds ha- ':ee, which will be hail. lied with care free uf charge. For further Information address Agents of this Line at the following places : II. M. Hook, Chattanooga, Tennessee. II. C. Itose, " L. L. llsiiient.Clevehnul, " II. V. Ilcnl'ru, Loudon, " V. .1 . To vlnr, Murristoivn, " (I. M. flairill, Knnxville, " Fur (uiek Time and Ktnx CJoiiiipc tioiiK don't forgot to buy your Tickets of tint ! SI. ,o(x, ,lr))j.s", AWinVc mnl Clinlli ntitiyti (trial Ttiniii'jlt I. 'ntr. JOHN W. THOMAS, I Gin'l Suptiintciiiknt V. Ii. DAXLli", DR. 0. S. PROPHITT'S CeleloiMtecl Liver Medicine. rlriUKinnRUS'vnw CTS with gentleness mid thoroughness upon 11 the l.ivcr und clem-riil Circulation keeps the Ihr.velsin natural motion and demises the System from nil impurities. Ji-jy Never fails to euro Liver Disease in uny lorui ! Torpidity, Enlargement, liysprpsin, Indigestion, Lds of Appetite, Nausea, Sour Stoiumdi, Heart lliiru, llehilify, Low Spirits, Cold Feet and hands, I'ostiveii.'ss, l.istlcssn.'ss, I'olie, Clirouic JJi in -rheii Chronic Chilis mid Fever. t 'oui poll u U'd in strict accordance with skilllul chemistry and scientific pharmacy, this purely Ve;j;etahlo Compound has, after the severest tsst of twenty years iucessan use, been styled the Hieat liestorative un 1 lieeuperant I. y the en'ijrb'cne.l testiniony of thou-niuls uin it: sn harTnoiiiotisly adjti.ted that it keeps the Liver in healthful action; uk I when the diruc lions are nhscsve.l, the process of waste and re plenishment in the human system continues un interruptedly tn a ri po old tie, nml man, like the patriarchs nf old, drops into the v.'.vc full ef years, without a stru'lo, whenever Lenth claims hi.-- preroirntive, Adapted tn the most del icate temperament and robust constitution. It nan be iriveu with eoiial safety mid ceiiaiutv of I success to the youn child, invalid lady or strong man. j. ly FAMILY FAVORITE SEWING MACHINE. TRADE MARK POM E OF I'M POINTS OF SlTKIilOltlTV. IT IS the lightest nml fnstest-rnniiins of any lii-st-chiss shuttle .Machine. It has more room tn admit of work under the arm. It is cleaned nnd niled with much loss trouble every part heiu-i in plain pijrht. It is' less liable tn net nut of order there be ing no acting springs used in its coiistrni tiiui. It liasthe most simple and effective Iced de vice, i It is decidedly the simplest and most durable Machine in the market. It is easier Icnracil to operate than nny other Machine. Jfjy-HE SUUE.jCi; tn examine it before hiiyiuj; any other Machine. STACY & AXGKL, Geti'l Ae., 1112 (lay Street, Knnxville, Tenn. Tlngnrt & Mnyes have this celebrated Machine for sale. Call nnd lei lis sluuv yuii how it works and we are sure you will buy no other. jeti '71-tf 1IOUAKT & MAYES. M. II, if tee- j s r .c m s m 'A. ifl II R Ana cl Importors nnd Wholesale Dealers in HAllDWIUE, CUTLERY, GUXS, Uiiilway Steainlioat and Machinists SUPPLIES. NO. .HJ CANAL St., Opposite Earle's Hotel. Kew York, janilltf Bill-Heads Neatlv printed at tlio oflice of the Sweet water Enterprise. Letter-Heads I Neatly printed ut the Enterprise Office '"You Jiaow How 'tis YourM-lf.", Pear Xellie, Sunday niolit, you know, I hadn't much to say, And yet it was twelve o'clock or so IV'furo I went nivny ; Von Haw that half tlio timn I watched 'J'hn clock upon the shelf; OIi, Xellin ! how I wished you ink-lit See how it was yourself. I wanted so to tell you, What I've waited luiii tosnv, Put in v heart and spirits failuu uie, I My courage died away; Xow, Xellie, only listen 1 mi roguish little ell j Pin sure you'd pity me, at least. If you knew how it was yourself! Excuse me. Xellif, ilnrlin?, I've lnved ymt lonj: anil well Then let in keep this little hand, Nor nil my hupp dispel I love you more than all the world Can pive of power and pell', Put win ils are weak fthcii hearts would speak , "You know how 'tis yourself !" Her lips but faintly (piivprin, Her sly glume upwind thrown I oontly drew her to my side, .My beautiful ! my own ! We snt there all the evening "Twelve !" came from the mantle slielf ! The rest you may iiiiaine fur "You know how 'lis yourself!" Letter from Now York. Ithaca, X. Y., Oct.. :U 1ST!. ElilTOl! EsTUIIl'ltlsK IVl'Ulit mo to nay I only propositi ji viii- you noino of (lie jottiiios, by tlio way, for I am so coii NcioiiM of myintilility to do myself or the .subject justice, that I put myself within your patience. I find inucli of iiilerest in tlio coal and oil region, whom my puisnit.s him; culled ire; and in passing tlirouyh tlio principal thoroughfares, one is struck wtth the extent of tho coal nml oil busi ness, nnd one need not ask about the power and wc.dtlt of the Pennsylvania Cmlr.il (!n., and fiom wlieme it eina nutes. The lauds, wiiicli in comparison to ours are poor, ate in a liilt i.l.tle of enltivutioii, and by application of sci ence and fertilisers are ntailo t ) y:t y ; and the coinforialde and tasly (Ixvclliii.-t, liarus and oiit-luiililins, as well as st'.l)- slantial fences, shows tlio thrift of Hie I possessor. The iLi'eoiiitrtndiition.i fur slock strike you, ns we, in TutuieMsee, lack tli ih iniiortit!it item in our et oiMiiiiy. ! 0;ir stock is ji.ior, becuie ti it is j.oorly i i . i : i . . ' I iiiieu in;- -, e nei'ii iniiiii cine l.l p'roie; - tlou O! stock ecolioiuv in eili'.i-r ami j saving of Hit; manures. As a general i thing, our horses are too small for the I labor reir.iii'ed of the:.!; the same applies i to mules; an improve mci.t in this di j reel ion in ri..nlily made eppart'lit, and I would result, in great prodr. Our stork nf catlle, both as milkers and lor bee!', ! lire short of average; and from an :n- s)cci ion to-day of a lino bi rd of g "id I slock, no ;ii hUoii can arise as to a ne I eessity- for iuijiroveinent. iood "Alucr- ney" cows eitn now be had at reasonable figures, and the results a milker:-;, in comparison to ours, would lairillv be I believed, although I have taken pains to j get results. I rciriiiH Jrom staling, lest I am not understood. Iain looking to l b arn, consequently, like (iecley, what I know mnsl be practical. This section I is largely engaged i:t the manufacture of Butter and Cheese, and tho amount of Pulter I have seen at the depots for i shipment to New York, gives me somo j idea of the extent, of thu business. We j can make iiiitfer and Cheese as Well as these people our soil and climate is better, and we have as good grasj; nil we like is the st vk und the energy. Let the Saut'l Henderson farm with the capacity of the Messrs. Henderson, Kim brough and Step, go into this business, and they can make money. From my careful observation, I make the state ment, know ing well what I am talking about. I see it done here, they tell me how it is done, and the means they havo to do it. Now from these premises, I say the Hendersons call do it. A e want ti staple, and they we!! know there's no money in (torn and wheat, as a. gen eral average. I have seen many tine sheep in New York, as well us Pennsylvania, and trom a careful enquiry, am satislied Telines s;'e in adapted to sheep-growing. Dtltl fear to say mneli on this subject for fear of my le ititat!on among the advocates ' of "Dogs," especially hounds. But. ten j and twelve pounds per llceco, costs no j morn than two, which is about our uv i erago. (Slirurtatj n-liti! tin' thu.-: Irarf.) Honey i'.- an import ant item in this section, and as you jiasH from Philadel phia up the Lehigh valley or other di rections, you, seo tin; numerous Dee; Pal aces, apparently like those introduced by our good and ont'Tprising cituoli, S. Bogart. But v v mw. of thorn, than you do in old Monroe, for hero it pays and they are up to the new departure in improved Bees and Hives, and are not afraid of the Innovators, aa "Daddy Did" does not reside in these parts. The Grape crop in an important item I here, in the economy of the farm, and ' most farmers produce an e:;cess, which' ; goes to market; and is sometimes ear ! ried in spring wagons for '20 miles to the Hail Bunds'. 1 Thoy will grow equally well in Ahmroe. , Sttgar-Bect is being extensively culti vated, and will, it is said, bo an entire success. I saw many specimens of the Sugar. I spent a day in tlie American Institute Fair, in new York, and saw much to interest a Teiinesseean, in Ma chinery, Agricultural ImplementH, and Products of tliu Soil. I kuw enough to convince mo that we should devote u portion of our time and interests to the "Agricultural Sockdy," nnd to "I'linuers' Clubs.'' . The rotation of cropH is a sub ject of great importance to ns, and a few cveningR since I heard n diacnusion on this subject, by men of experience and observation, with lunch interest. Ithaca has theAgricultural College of the State, or what is called the Cornell Uni'icioily ; its cttcut and purpose:! chul- from :n i. j I. niieHi. ii.i nuii, .-..-, imin 1.11 m 11 j goinl omen of its usefullliesK. The C'or ! Hell Lilirarv iss well calculated to do Teliltesiee. I(s success! tlinx far I inm-h pood in tho dissemination ofj f- .....Im .I.'., i.f .1 iMi..-t,'..-.l .di,.,'... I..,. ni..'l I in tual.in l . , practical men witn practical litimis. j AVe are licliind the a;re in our sysfeni of Common Schools, and mleli is In fore u it will talto lalior to ivo the Kf.ti- i . ject vitality; and vc must h'tpiiro of our Leeislidiire to oive ns back that vliich be!nii;;ed to our children- the fund de rived from tlie sale of our School Lands. I! -mils should be issued and tho fund restored. Let Us not wciut on this tmbject, kiiowledf'e is power.'' I spent sumo time in tlio department of Minex in the city of Washington, nnd those from tlio alcoves of Nevada and j I" tali, claimed my particular attention. ' We liavo mines of value in Tennessee I as I learned from, tlio inspection of spee- r. , '.1 .',! w linens i tooi; wiui me snii, our iron Alines are the most valuable to us ns ft people, if we will work them. Wo want industry and enterprise; wo liavo the material. East Ten nessee, only retinites to be developed and we are a happy and prosperous people. Let every man be up and iloitijf, for our country demands tin- sacrifice of our co-operation. The example of Chicajro challenges ns to be up and doin', and I trust, Mr. ed itor, you will not cease to ur.','e our peo ple, our Count" Court, our overseers', to make better roads; and let us get out and in from our beautiful and produc tive county, without too much outlay in ptiyiiijf for onr impatience, by hiring it done. I have Keen somo roads better than that from Sweetwater to Madison villo, iu Monuok. "Tlie (Jmiso Hangs High," Tlie f. ill. ivciiuf la-, ifi.kiol bi.liitimi tit j the vexed question of tlie origin ot this I expression was clipped from an Eastern ! paper quite recently: "A practice prevailed in some parts j of the Soul h before the war to have a , 'goose pulling' frolic about tlie holidays 1 concluded as follows: A goose was tied by the feet to a limb of a tree just high ; enough for a horseman in passing, by ' raising in his stirrups, to reach tho head j of tlie fowl nnd give it a pull. The j string not being strong, a sharp jerk would bring the bird. Each sport paid j i he owner of the goose a 'bit' for a chance : to pull it from the limb; if he succeeded, , the goose was his. ' Sometimes it hung j a liitlit too high, and so eluded the grasp j of the catcher a:t be rode under the j branch on which the web-footed bird j was suspended. In such case as the horsemen galloped past in quick succes sion, the remark would be made by the bystanders', that 'everything was lovely ! and the goo-e hangii high.'" j Xow the man who wasted tho mid i night oil in writing dial, is a bloody I Muggins, whoever he is. The origin of the expression is as simple niul plain as need lie. ion in the Atlantic and Wes tern States, havo tw o kinds of wild geese, viz: the small, yellow-legged, spotted breasted goose, ca'led tho "laughing j goose, ttie! the large, dar goose, mon I erly called the "Canada goose" f.-lisr ; Ciintiilt'ii.-.) Tiiis last alwnvs Hies north j ward in early spring time, in flocks,' j under a leader, who heads the column, ! and at brief intervals gives off a deep, idull cry, honk -hor.lv honk! From ; this note they are called in the Weft I and Southwest "honkers," If the weath ; er is fair, and prospect ahead pleasant, f these geese fly straight northward, high i in air, the leader "honking loudly as he j Hies; lint, if otherwise, they ily lower, nnd in anticipation of storms, break up their harrow-shaped organization, and ; look for a place of alighting. Thence J o. Miles the expressive mid forcible ex ! pression, "Everything is lovely and the goose ." -s' high;" the word honks has been misunderstood or corrupted into "hangs ' by the whites who heard it, as I have heard it many times years ago, used bv tho negroes iu tho Mississippi Valley." .: ' ' 9-4 ' ' TLi'IIislitsoDlMi. Herewith we give a list of a few un questioned rights of men, merely as a va riation Upon the "rights of women," which have been more fully discussed. J..10 lis., it. may be mentioned, is not ex haustive: To light; to work at the plow, the sledge-hammer, the1 lellow s, the anvil ; to cut down trees; to build houses: to dig cannula,, construct railroads, mako steam vessels, cast cannon, create cities, climb to the top of tho mast when the seas roll and the wind blows; to furl a sail that w ill savo the lives of forty fe males passengers; to chuck coal into the furnace; to feed the tire that heats the water that makes the steam .that urges the ship that bears the husband that loves the wife to tho house that love i built in the city that men built; to stand in the pitiless storm at night, and guard the slumbers of a town; or, iu the front of battle bravo the assault that would overwhelm ballot and bonnet, and life and liberty, or, when tho tierco Haines lick tho chamber, to mount through its terrors to save a woman who has fainted with a child clinging to her bosom, and not to get tho nicest parts of the turkey or a chicken, or auy thing else,, if a wo man is by and wants them. , . ! -- . Underwood and Maddox, two of the voung men imprisoned at Baloigh, X. C. on fresh charges, after they had sued out warrants against tlie United States Mar slud and his Deputy, for arresting and imprisoning them wrongfully in tho first instance, wore released from jail on Sat urday, the 7th iust, and on Monday they went before tho Grand Jury of the coun ty, laid their case before that body, and a true bill was at once found against thu Marshals for imprisoning them contrary j to law. : The Grand Jury is composed of , a- majority of negroes and w hite Badieals It, is understod that tho case will not bo I tried beforo next spring. - - -4 ' I Ei Subscribe for tho Evri.m nuiE. 1i-mi floso uttrtitiim t: :ii' comii . i i ' . t , ., i I... J)iiise and .yuUiucjil., i ei " Ti-L..,; :.i ' t 1...J 4 I ll i I. I Hllll 1.11V .IH'M"'"" . .,., ( li Iilitul. amJ XiHiwleilye wiinoiit prutiieo w Mine. Preiirh editor wlioi refpse to praise . I Tblxeu in ..ri. r.stif n TA Wntleil Bnnlt... wiui a uuiu-i y tpni piiiuisiinig.. . ( P(a'iBi4 slwuild ulwavH. cUcm to. Slut ,, thiiir ligi)iv,i A huuip-huikt'il lady, or,, in.staiice, ought to wear, it trmuei -hii., Khawl. . , . An t'Oirigdb!eliliro'. nt on iulbow vaiili to know W'O-r-c-ifs-t-e-rpeljH Wooster, why , iluu't, It-v-e-Ii-v--t-e-r j lipell Boobter, ...,,,,wt , , , A tome vrritcr nay that Nature, likfs to let (he lun-t of vim ti ml out, flout timet 1 to time, Unit, ufter till, u do not; kuovri mnch. .. ii ,. .i i ii ..lot,. 1. 1 Grief Imits two hcnrlii in cIohci1 Vmid than liajipinesH evt-r't-au: ' itifd ' rouitnthi suffering is'n far stronger blik than com ' uion joy. ' -' ' mi; A generous niiml (Iih-h hot feel bh bo-' longing to itself alone, but to tho whole ; human race.'1 Wo uro horn to servo our" fellow creatnit s.' "' ' '' ... t . . Four things aro gricvoiiKly empty: A 1 head w ithout brains, a wit without judg- , incut, n heart without houcsty,' and a ( purse without money. t' ( ' Hiippinessiuiul,, pride ai'o absohitelyn incoiiiputiblii. Onitifiual vexatious, Jau-i. cied slights, and injurieM, provoku iilid,, wound the self-sullieient mind. Conscience in n sleeping giant; o may lull him into a longer or shorten slumber; but his stmts are frightful, and terrible is tho hour w hen he awakes, t The heart of man is a wdl of secrets' from w hich we bring up lint one bucket- full at a time; and truth--that is,- tlio whole truth lies still at the liottoin. The use of fasting us' a. religious ob- ' scrvuuee probably lies in this that if gives one a realizing sense of the "enip- ' tiuess of things below." ' ' ' " ' ' A Hau Frauciscjo editor Iritis uddresfieH an Oakland brother: You wallapuSj you itchyordorulite, yon bogus liaiumochry sos, you you Oaklander."; "" ; ' , A little four-year-old boy being nsked by his mother if ho would not like to liavo wings and be an . angel, replied, , "No, ma, I'd rather be a hawk and livo on chicken." , j "A Boston girl fell doad while sitting , up with her young man theothernight.'ii Don't "set up" with young men the, "other night." Every other liight it often enough. . , A Maine i;i)er nllndes to ft recent moonlight evening as "one of the must suburb of the season."' It probably : meant that it was a - good night to go , "around tow u" in. i A crmteinpt of tho saeretV ritt rrf timr ringe not only endangers the 'lmirality of the individual, but strikw at thetevy foundation of social iiMx't and1 domestic ; hiipjiinesH.1 '; 1 fl ' " That man only is truly brave, Ti nt) icniit nothing fio nuteh as coinmiftfng a jnenh' action,- and undauntedly fulfill his duty,' whatever be the danger whieh impede his way. "' "' '''" ' ' The microscope, like most. useful in-', ventions has been brought to its present perfection, not by a single vault of inven-( five genius, but by slow and thoughtful -stejis of progression. i , i 'l A young. man iri Connetieut, having the late railroad disasters in Lis mind. has broken his engagement with a j tmj ladv, because she wears n tram and in negligent about her switch.' . , : Cnr'lino Hcenan,. how on ' fxlnbitioh in London, is twenty-two years bid, aiUl weighs five hundred pounds. ' She meas ures seven feet aronntl the hotly, twenty-'' six inches around tho arm, ami tbreo feet six inches across the 'shoulders.1 "It is added that, unlike' most fat' people',' this large lady is able' trt 'sustain great' physical exertion, is ' "handsome iitf pleasing," and "highly intelligent."' ; Byron Gronoiigli, 'who; rocantjy ;died at Portland, Mo., bequeathed $'J,U00. (t the American Baptist Home Missionary--Society, $2,000 to the Americau , Biip)ist, Missionary Union, fc.?.lH)0t to the , Colby. University, and . $3,(H)0 . to -tstublish -. scholarship, which, with prf viiiis. dona,- , tions. make $l!,!)00 bo given the, college, , Healso give 1,01)11 tq the Muiup Bii-p-" :ist Educational . Society. i , ,,,,,, ,,'.., ,.j A citizen of Milwaukee hns tliHeovered in that city a small boy of !five yenrs' who is an ' inveterate smoker", ' and lias been such for three yenra nnd nine months. Vlell thirteen 'nionths old lie cried for his father's pipe, and was allowed to take ono whiff. 1 It nmde him desptr 1 ately ill, bnt it did not "imre" ' him, ami now he will smoke a pipe or n cigar, anil blow a cloud ns unconcernedly as the fttther y1io taught him. ' " '' ' " The Siui Francisco Chronicle ci,tes it' iw a well-known fact that, in, what w' termed tlie best s.oc,iety in . that city,' at ( lauties and balls given at private houses, there is a room set apart for gentlemen.' Brandy and Jchanijjngne now m auun dance, and where the visitors may , en gage, in "moute" and "draw poker ' for unlimited amounts' of money! This re veals a rather Lad state 'of .things, nor is' it certain, says the New "York Evening Post, that t-lieso pan Franciseo'rqvelers, are without' imit'ators'in Sejjf prfc. . ' "M A Berlin correspondent. ,Uio New, York Tribititu iiiys:,. "A very , 4ifferent meeting from that of Mayence Juis .been held at Elseitflch, iu.:Tliuringiu, by tjiej majority of the Protestant clergymen of i that diocese, il'he proceedings liavo. re-, suited in a resolution that the isseinblcil( clergy thought tho time had .corny wlieu, the Protestant Church in-Germauy qngbt , tu bo wholly wopnratedi fjroia the tState, as, in Scotland and Ameiieii,,,FrouiWlint. can observe nround Hie, I havo not tlie slightest doubt thut tl is , mwfcmvut tfor free churches will soon become,. gcniral., Nor do I donbti that,. together; with the Catholic Septirutionists, , this movement, will rapidly lead to.auotlier great chrrch reformation, as iu 1 the begining of tho sixteenth century.