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Swi'ftwatcr, TliurMlay, Feb. 1. Minority Keixirt ot Hon. James licet, of Kentucky. The Puily Kuuxvillc Chronicle; of the 25th hint, contains an editorial with a short extinct from the minority ropirt of the Hon. Juntos Mirk, of Kentucky, hernial: "The Cuiupuiu of Khimlrr Cuiitinui'il." Tho cilitor churls that Mr. ISock ly hi minority r'Mirt ns it number of the noiiuuittuu on Southern outruns, Lax attempted to justify tho conduct of tho Ku-khix by thn abune o "Southern lUiimlilicanx." AVo have not iw yet whmi sniil rspor in full, but from the extracts which we have Keen, Mr. IJeek ilrove the nail on the head. It has bean the condoling idea with the 1'udical party nil over the government, and when neivNsary to be earned out at tho point of tho bayonet for the past ei'lit years, to disfranchise intelligence and oiifriindiise ignorance. This proposition is too well known to require even a cominuut. That in not all. The Radical parly lauded by tho President, has had in sue-: cessful operation tho most K'antii; j scheme of public plunder in the South-1 ern Stolen known in modern times. This system of plunder has not been eon lined to the Southern States exclusively. Other portions of the country havu nuflered, but owiii) to tho Southern States being connected with tho unfort.iuatc rebellion, they havg been tho scone of wallawaH and carpet-bakers wliosu solo object was to Hcrve and promoto tho idea of plun der. Mr. Beck went South ns one of uaid committee, for tho purpose of honestly inquiring whether the charea of out niges that had been made by tho Itaili eal party wero true, and not for tho pur pose of returning to AVashingtou to re port what ho knew to be fal'efor politi cal capital. That committee was gotten up for tho purpose of mauiifaeluring capital for the administration. The Chronic! knows it. l'"urthermoie, what has baen tho les voiih taught, us by those ollicials who were placed over tho Southern Status by tho arm of tho military V There is no one who is or has beuu no ignorant of the condition of tho country for tho past eight years but what knows tho people have beer plunderd by them to their very hearts content. OhlHoldeu of North Carolina, who in 18111 uk a member of tho secession convention of that State declared him self in favor of voting the last dollar and man to the cause of the South, has had his foot taken out ofthu miry clay and as a .it instrument placed on tho rock of Radicalism ami mad Governor of that State. When the people of that State assume for themselves tho right of self government he suspends tho great charUr of American liberty ami easts into prison her best subjects. For this conduct he has to leave the Stato to escape being prosecntud and sent to the penitentiary, where he ought now to be. Scott of South Carolina, of the same tribe, has robbed the people of that State of enormous sums. He stands "cheek by jolu" witli the President. Chargos have been profcred ngainst Clayton of Arkansas, and if he guts jus tice in the end he will be penitcutiured for life. Ho is a vagabond and a wroteh. W'u now coins home. Tho Chronicle says lirownlow is honest in his convic tions of public policy. In lS(M-5 ho set on foot in Tennessee ft system of mur der and robbery, the like of which is un known in tho annals of history. Men wero shot down in cold blood by his minions selected for that purpose His robbery was in the shape of a system of judiciary in the Stato. His name will be n hissing and a bye-word for future generations. Governor Bullock, another pet of Grant's, has robbed tho Stato of Geor gia of thousands of dollar. So soon as tho people by tho forco of circumstances and a returning sense of justice has assumed its throne, and such imps as Brownlow, Bullock, Clay tun, and Hidden, take refuge in other quarters, the Chronicle bellows out rebel and Ku-klux. Bullock has gono to parts unknown, to keep from being sent to the penitwi tiary for stealing. Holden, a refugee from his State, and Clayton under charges of an infamous character. Thus the Benin of politics liens before the peo ple, whon called to account for thoir official conduct. Col. John Baxter ut London. Wo understand that Col. Baxter on Tuesday of Circuit Court at Loudon, inado another one of his famous speeches charging the public priutursof the Stato and everybody elso but himself with frauds and spoeulacions on tho peoplo of TennesRoo. We regret exceedingly that Col. Baxter is laboring undor such an extreme state of delusion. The commit too selected by tho Legislature recently in session gavo the matter a full inves tigation, and they reported that there had boon no swindling as Mr. Baiter charges. Under the circumstance we are in clined to attach more iuqiortnnce to the report of that committee than tho senti ments of Col. Baxter. It is n very trne saying that a "man should act his own house in order before he attempts others." This would bo roaionnblo. Tho Col. should remember that the people have not forgotten his con nee tion with the Mineral Homo Railroad swindle. It comes in bud grace for him to charge others with swindling the State, The only ground ou which wo can excuse him is that in charging oth ers with swindling ho expects to con ceal his own bad conduct. Amnesty. ' Some t i in o back wo wero of the opin-1 iou that the political disabilities under : which many of our best and most relia-! hie citizens wore laboring, would with j perfect unanimity be removed by Con-1 "res. Ia that we wore further sustained , by the hut message of the President, which recommended that nu amnesty j bill he passed. We are now satiitivdj that we were in part if not wholly labor- i ing under a mistaken impression. Tho ' amounting to something over onn tliou Presideut never meant or entertained j sand dollars, interest and principle, be for ii moment the idea that Congress longing to the Society. would pass tho bill. It was one of those poliliind freaks which was suggested by old Morton or Conklijig. Tho bill removing diaiii'.ities with tune exceptions and restrictions passed the lower House last session. Tho at- tention of the Senatn has been called to t, and if we are not mistaken with Sum- ner'a amendment added to it, it will fail to pass this sen.-ion. Tho members of tho Senate cannot fad to realize the po- tent fact that a very largo majority of County Agricultural Society, will draw "t whose interests are hurt by tho adop the American people aro in favor of a two hundred dollars for tho year 1871, 1 il,m new rules drafted by Mr. Cur general amnesty bill. But thev think the passage of such an net would strengthen the Democratic party. Hence we obtain that, wo will have tho nett lit iio amnesty. Nothing would do more , tie sum of twelve hundred dollars to be to effectually heal ami cure up the many gin with. wounds begotten during the late unfor-' Now I wish to ask tho citizens of tuuate struggle. The people would again Monroe and adjoining counties a ques- asumo friendly relations, harmony and , good will would prevail nnd prosperity and happiness abound all over the land. God speed the day. - I'niletl States Court at Knoxville. The United States Court has been in session ut Kuowillo some three weeks, Judge Trigg, presiding. But very little business has been done except the trial of tho famous breach of marriage promise, case of Putnam vs. Davis. Tho machinery of that court works slowly. . It is becoming a question about which there exist some, controversy whether or not the courts of tho United States aro not all political instruments in the hands of tho Radical party. Tho rcceut legal tender decision of the Supreme Court of tho United States gives force to the idea that they arc. Of all the mockery ever known in the history of the administration of justice, it can now bo found ut Knoxville. Polities control everything, do with everything that goes before the grand jury. We have nothing to say in relation to Judge Trigg. Believe he is at hein l an honest man and a good jurist, but every body that has laicn about that court this term cannot fail to havo seen how thiii"s are going. We do not mean by this to say there is not good men on the grand jury. When the last resort of the peo ple, thn judiciary is taken under tho con trol of unprincipled scoundrels, well may they become fully alarmed. Tho days of American govenimeu as a republic is approaching a close. If tho peoplu do not arise in the majesty of their pow er and hurl from place the thieves who desecrate thn different public positions in tho government, wo have not yet seen tho worst. . Dentil of Lieut, (ien. 11. S. Knell. Tho country will be pained to learn of tho death of Geu. Ewell. His prom inent connection with the late war, and valuable services rendered tho causa of the South, will never be forgotten by n grateful people. Tho unflinching forti tude nnd courago exhibited by him on many hard fought battle fields, can Ixi at tested by many living witnesses. He was not only a soldier, but when the cause for which ho so nobiy fought went down in tho gloom of one eternal night, his qualities ns a good citizen shono with that samo resplendent briliancy. His name will ever bo reverred by u grateful peoplo. Agricultural. Extracts from the forthcoming Janu ary report of tho Agricultural Depart ment show that tho department is now recieving, principally for distribution to the South in lihoral portions for experi mental purposes, improved varieties of field and sugar corn, Hold and garden peas nnd boans, Italian ryo nnd grass, broiuus schroderi, and lucerne, manly wcrsel nnd sugar boet, cabbugo and ou ion saeds. It has also received fresh seeds of the ramie and Julot plants, tho latter of which cannot bo grown success fully north of Teunessoo. Oats and barloy of approved varieties have boon ordered from Scotlnnd nnd Germany, and will bo distributed in am ple time for Spring sowing. A choice variety of white Spring wheat grown in Oregon from seed imported from Aus tralia, has just been distributed to the North-Western States and Territories. As thoro is much inquiry in tho South ern States for sood of tho Japan clovor, it is deemed proper to republish from the annual report for 18G0 tho following opinion by tho superintendent of the garden and grounds of tho department: "Lepedza atrcata Japan bush clover is a luguminons plant that has lately attracted souio attention hi tho Southern States. As a forage plant, it is poorly adapted to nny snch use, and not by any means worthy of recognition by the cul. tivator. It is a low, hard woodod annu al, spreading freely on sandy and poor soils, with very small and scanty foliage." -.-4 TeuneWico River Improvement The Chief Engineer has sent in an es timate for improving a portion of tho Tonuesaoe rivor. The cost of deepening the channel from Knoxvillo to Kingston to 2 J foot will bo I'OOO, and 3 feet $125, 000. Speaks Plainly. The New York Tribune speaks plain ly of the action of therGant Radicals in opposing an investigation into the ras calities of the New York Custom House. It says: "Tim howl goes on among the journalistic flunkies whose liviored hearts OIBUp w.ku norror a me mongtit or expo-1 Memphii bloodl( e l(recting Aelii sing corruption anywhere save among bats," "Grand Duke tie, "Roinanoffcol the Democrats." larSj., aM, otber Mugcovito aJoruracmi. Monroe County AgririiUui'ul Sftrletv. Knnoa Ivvruu-aisK: I ani often nsL-ttd tlm mit.vtif.ii vo you going to havo a Fair?" By your permission, I prupose answ-1 erinjj tho many roaunrs of your valuable paper, through its columns, thisonrstion ! toguther with some other hints ou the j same subject. financial ioniition. There is in the Treasury iroisl notes I On page 132-3 in tho Code of Tennes- see, can bo found the laws concuruing County Agricultural Societies, pnuerih ing tho timo they shall make and for jward their reports, amounts ta be drawn, etc, etc I know of no act repealing 1 said law, but the present Legislature has passed some kind of nu net favorable to Agricultural Societies, I have not seen a copy of it, only a notice of the act If the Code is complied with, tho Mouroo as cur report was made out and tiled legally ami in the time prescribed. If tion before I fully answer the one ubove Will you como up at once and help us in this laudable undertaking. Or, will you let it fall through and fail, after hav ing such a good start ? I hope you will immediately como to our aid, by placing your mimes on some olio of our subscription lists, with a small sum an nexed, thereby becoming a member of the Society, and otherwise lend your in fluence to build it up. The subscription will not bo called for until tho first of August. It is noccssary that you subscribe ns soon as possible, so wo may know how much means wo havo to depend upon, and you assist in managing tho affairs of the Society. IMl-OTTANT MF.KTISOS. Wo expect to havo a meeting of the society at Madisonville on the first Mon day in March, at which time, a commit tee will bo nppoiuted to select Fair U roil mis. All of tho prominent places will be examined ami reported to the next meeting, which will be held at Madisonville on the first Monday in April, at which time tho several places selected will be put in nomination, and voted for (only by members,) tho one that receives the largest vote, to bo the Fair Ground proper. The land will havo to be paid for; ne cessary buildings put ui), and other im provements made: April will bo late enough to commence said improvements, if we havo a Fair next fall. It is not icy intention to nrgtie the necessity for, or the benefits of, having a Fair in .Mouroo county to her citizens, in this communication, ns I think they are aware of the fact that it is both. If any think different, I would refer them to an able article, from tho gifted pen of C. W. Charlton, Secretary East Teim. Agricultural Society, in the Knoxville Press and Messenger of tho 2 1th inst.. which I fully indorse. SrilSl llllTIoN LISTS Can bo found at the following places, viz: County Court Clerk's office, Madi sonville; Hight A Scruggs store, Sweet water; Messrs. Jones' store, Ph llidelpbia, and J. A. Peck s store, Jalappa, All former members of the Monroe County Agricultural Society, arc' re quested to report their membership to some one of the places having sub scription lists, for registration, and all are cordially invited to attend our meetings. H. B. Yr.vuw(si, President Mouroo Co. Januiu-y 2!)th, 1872. Ag. Society. The Missouri Convention. "Tho Liberal Republican Convention hold in Jefferson City, Mo., on tho 21th, has, ns we expected, called a National Mass Convention, to be held in Cincin nati, on the first Wednesday in May. This is right. It is a step in the right direction. Lot the Liberal Republicans move straight forward without stopping to waste their energies in a vain attempt to disorganize or disband the Democrat ic party. Let tho Liberals get up their organization and the Democracy keep up theirs, and Grant will bo beaten, and beaten to the satisfaction of all his oppo nents There aro doubtless those who will go headlong into the Liberal move incut more because of their hostility to Democracy than of opposition to Grant's centralization. Such indiscreet actors and unwiso counsellors will move ami clamor only for Democratic disorganiza tion. Their hopes cannot bo realized, and, and if they colud, Uio realization would redound only to the benefit of the Grant party. " History Rejients Itself. In tho nine-tenth century Grant gives the most important political positions to his relatives. In the eighteenth ceiv tury Mme. Pompadour, mistress of Lou is tho Fifteenth, according to a historian, "scattered gold and offices npon hor rol atives, even the most distant; her cousin, a drummer, was inado captain of drag' oons, her brother was made director General of buildings, arts, nnd manufac tures, and created Marquis de Vnndieres. Incapable Ministers, incapable officers, speculation, robbery, monopolies, and ruinous taxation were tho results of this.'' And, after a period of nepotism, the con dition of France is thus described by i contemporaneous wntor: "Most of the farmers, uimblo to live by tho products of their lands, have abandoned them, Somo havo become beggars, nnd others soldiers; many have gone away to for eign countries." Where if Piuchcs. The Radicals ditVer in their estimate of civil service reform. The Washing ton Republican, Grant's hand organ, avs: "Civil service reform at the Crtpitol is likely t prove a failure. Congressuii u I,ro tho list to part with the spoils of of-j lice, nnd every employee on tho 1 ill has me ur more Senators to stand by him. "ere there are so many to lm favored. it would Ik; impossible to make inviidous distinctions." The Philadelphia Presn, edited by Col. John V. Forney, Grant's Collector of Customs, at Philadelphia, says: "Civil service reform is not all a delu sion and snare, and tho ksencst ridicule and the most beautiful rhetoric yet broached in Congress will not convinco the people of the country otherwise. It will correct several very generally admit ted evils, and tend not only to promote faithful service, but to secure increased efficiency. Wo are just Wgining to find tis and his colleagues. They aro not those of the Executive ho has not com plained hut rather those of members of Congress. These find their political in fluence i. e., the power of dispenisug public offices as though they wero pri vate property, fading away, and, of course they figure as protestants. But the peoplo wero nevor better satisfied or the leputable members of Congress nioro re lieved." Received his Reward. Ono of tho carpet-bag collectors of ciisos and customs in Floridn, has re ceived his roward. Appointed by the President to collect taxes, ho skirruped around among tho industrious white and black laborers there to good advan tage. One day havir.g in his pocket nearly a thousnnd dollars of taxes col lected from tho citizens of Marian coun ty, he was overtaken in the road bv some innocent contraband; his soul was sent to tho God who gave it, his pockets rilled of their contouts, and he left a mangled corpse by tho road-sido to provo that loyalitv pays. - Anti-Grant Triumph. Tho election of Mr. Allison over Har lan, as Senator from Iowa, is represented by a DesMoines correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette (Radical) as an anti Grant triumph. The writer says of Al lison's friends: "It is a noteworthy fact that among the best minds of these there is a great feeling of doubt as to the success of Pres ident Grant, were he once put in nomi nation and I state it as a simple fact that I hoard several of the most prominent Radicals of Iowa mon who rcceivo and deservo the highest respect of their fel low-citizens declare with great earnest nss that the unity and salvation of the Republican party depend upon the nom ination of a candidate of recognized .statesmanship. Jliscellitneous News. London, Jan. 27. Otoway, member from Chatham, in addressing his consti tuents, said Europe was pregnant with threatening complications. Discussing tho Alabama claims, Otoway said tho concessions deinandnd by tho United States would render war necessary and a blunder of the English Government might produce dissensions at home. He deprecated tho honors paid tho negotia tors of the Treaty of Washington. A special from tho Emperor of Ger many urges Earl Granville to negotiate a treaty for the suppression of tho Inter national; principally by tho rendition of political refugees. Tho Spanish Bullions have coalesced upon tho Prince of Asturias, with the Duke of Moutpensior as regent during Austurins' minority. It is thought the disruption of the Liberal party in England is inevitable upon the education act. It is said that affairs at Versailles are threatening. The factionsagainst Thiers and the Republic are becoming embold ened. A report is current that Bismarck is preparing for a new invasion. Now York, Jan. 27 Counterfeit tns of the Poughkeepsio bank uro plenty. The steamer Charleston arrived last night with twenty-four kuklux guarded by a detachment of Federal infnntry. They were taken to Albany this morn ing. There were several rows at the reform primary elections. B. F. Mudgot testified thnt ho would not believe Porter's oath if Porter testi fied that he had no connection with Or der business. Cincinnati, Jan. 27. Tho verdict of the United States vs. Peter Schwalo, for alleged violation of distillery taxes was $22,815 for the government. Washington, Jan. 27. Tho Commis sioner of Internal Revenue refuses to compromise tho Gouzle revenuo fraud cases of Baltimore. Mr. Beck, in tho Houso, spoko in op position to the Postal Telegraph Bill, He said ho had no favor for the AVestern Union, but there was no monopoly to bo feared like a government monopoly. There is said to be nothing at the Ag, riculturnl Department to change tho es timate of the cotton crop ns reportodlast month. During the past few weeks postal ser vice has been ordered ou l,28ti miles of new railroad. St. Louis, Jan. 29. A brass nnd hard ware factory and Morgan & Powell's to bacco factory, on Second street, wero burned. Tho loss amounts to $127,000. Yow York, Jan. 27. Tho Englishman who lodged with Piinorma, who was re cently murdered, has committed suicide. Ho disavowed any connection with tho murder. Thore wns an unusaal amount of mur ders and robberies on Saturday and Sunday night It is snowing with a heavy galo from tho Northwest. Cincinnati, Jan. ;'(). Judge Eini is iii decides that tho laws puiiishin.j conspi racies against the ruvenuu are barred by five, not two years. Tho announcement of tho passage i f the Southern Railroad Bill caused grcnt rejoicing throughout central Kentucky. Memphis, Jan. 2!V Prince , -XU w nrrive on Friday and depart for New Orleans on Saturday. A boiler :n the Southern Oil Works exploded und killed two negroes, j Washington, Jan. 2S. The special ! session of the Snpremo Court to-day do I livered an opinion against w hat is known j ns tho Drake Amendment, which, in ef I feet, prohibits the reception by the Court ! of Claims of the evidence of tho Amues- ty and pardon ou the part of suitors.but j allows tho opposito party to refer to such amnesty aud pardon as evidence of dis loyalty unless at the timo of receiving tho pardon nnd amnesty. The reeipieut protested ngainst tho implication of pre vious disloyalty contained in the official document. Tho Court nil verted to the proclama tion of President Lincoln of 18C3, which granted amnesty nnd pardon on condi tion of taking tho oath, etc., with resto ration of property, excepting in slaves. The Court asserts tho full power of tho President as to granting pardon and amnesty, the acceptance of which cannot, it says, be rendered of no effect by leg islation of Congress. Tho Senate is discussing a resolution to bring direlect kuklux witnesses to tho bar of tho Senate. In tho House, a regular call, a bill was introduced removing the political disa bilities of Martin J. Crawford, of Goor- gia. Morton has gone to North Carolina. Upon his return, the Vance-Abbott con test from North Carolina will bo resum ed. Tho Supromo Court issued an order upon tho Secretary of tho Treasury to know why a mandamus should not is sue to puy the Kentucky war debt. - Trumbull. The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald claims that cvcrvlhiii" points to the probable acceptance by the Democrats and revenue reformers of Ly nn Irumbull as the coalition candidate for tho Presidency. Don't Keep Negroes. The Planters' House in St. Louis re fused to entertain Fred Doiiflas when io was ill that city ou the 23d inst. He was informed that "the Flinders' House don't keep negroes." Anxious to Return. A lady, formerly a resident of Virgin it, now in the west, is anxious to return o that State to tako charge of a school, she being in every way fitted for an im portant position. Any person in the 'Old Mother of States" wishing to as sist a woman in need, by helping her to tho position she wants, vill confer a fa vor by addressing Martha Washington, Kansas City, Mirsouri. Injuring tho Administration. A Washington dispatch says letters from New Hamshire to ollicials in that city, declare that the Now York Cus tomhouse developments are injuring tho Administration there, and that it will bo almost impossible to wrest the Stato from the hands of tho Democrnts at tho March election. Tho New York Trihunr' defection it is added Had well nigh ruin ed the party already. Mr. Alexander B. Lester, one of Gen. Loo's couriers during the late war. died in Norfolk Monday. R. M. Uiii.i., lres A. G. Scott, Sec. n. w. l.Kmvm ii, Supt. 'knoxville TOBACCO MANUFACTURING CO. 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It twine to breed Infection thioutchout tin; bony, nnd then, on some favorable ovcjiMMii, rapidly develop into one or other of Ita hideous fornix, wither on the surface or ainona; tha Titals. In the lullor, tubercle may he suddenly deposited In the lungs or heart, or tumors fonncil In the liver, or it shows its presence by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulceration on somo part of the body. Hence the occasional use of a botUo of this SttrMajtarilla Is advisable, erun when no active symptoms of disease appear. Persons af flirted with the following complaints fcenurnlly find immediate relief, nml, at length, cure, by the uso of this SiHS.tr. ililLI.A: St. Ant ho ftf's Fire, Rout or Erysijietas, Titter, Hali liheum. Scald Head, Itinyteom., Hon Kyrt ftar Jfrtra, and other eruptions or visible forma ef Srrotulnua Unease. Also In the more con fealed forms, n Dyipepiia, Jrop-, Heart DieaBet J-its, J.'jirf Xtmraltfta, and the various l lrcrotta alfections uf the musculal And nervous systems. HyphilU or Vrnrreat and STrreurint THt dMr$ are cured by It. though a long time Is re quired fof subduing those obstinate maladies by any medicine. Hut long-con tin tied use of thia mcdlrme will cure the complaint. Zeiteorrhma or II hWt, t trrin Vteertttionf anil I'tmnl IHnenae, aro commonly soon relieved and nltl mately enreal by its purlfvinjr nnd invigorating effect. Minute directions for each case are found In our Almanac, supplied gratis. JthrumatUm and Uotif, when caused by accumulations of ex traneoiiH matters In the blood, yiohl qntekly to it, as also JJrrr Complaint! , Torpidity, on;fe t'oHftr Itifinmmntion of the i.irrr, and .tnn dirr, when nrlsina, an they often do, from the rankling poisons m tho blood. This MA USA VA It LLA Is a great restorer Uf the strength) and vigor of tho system. Those who are Lan guid nnd lAtttrnn, Jrnpondmte Hleeplrsn, and troubled w ith JVewows ApprehenitionM or Jh'enrt, or any of the affection symptomatic of lt'eakneim, will find Immediate relief ami con Timing evidence of its restorative power upon trial, PREPARED B 7 Dr. JT. C. A YE It Y CO., Lowell, IWaea Practical and Analytical Chemist. SOLD BT ALL DttUG GISTS EVEHYWMEHE, For sale by 1? TV SftMifTfra Swof nrof or. urn? Viv J'ruggists ana irealors generally. J'j. o, iSanfurJ & Co., Knoxvillo, Wholesale asrenia. Sept. 21. 1871 ly. Bit. O. S. FliOPHITT'S Anodyne Fain Hill It NEVER FAILING ! KILLS PAIS IX EVERY FORM il'llES Tains in tlic Rack, Client, Hips or J Limtjs, lllicumatiHin, rsenrnFpia, I mixln, CoMn, ilroncliitil Atfcctiunti, Kidney DiicatieH, llydpepcin, Liver Complaint, Colic, Cholern, Cholera Murium, l'leuriy. Asthma, Heart Bum, Toothache, Juwuche, Earache, ileuilache, Sprainn, lSruiscn, Cuts, L'ontuioiiH, SoroH, Lace rated Woiinil, cteaMH, ltiirnn, Chillliluinft, Front Itites, Poipons of all kimlf, vegetable or animal, tfejf" Of uU the Remedies ever discovered for the relief ot miitcrine hnmamtv, this is the rent l'ain Krailicator known to ileilical Science. The cure is speedy und permanent in the most in veterate disease. This is no humbii);, but a grand medical discovery. A 1'niu Killer con taiiiiuing no poigon to inHame, puralize, or urivc the lntlaHTination upon an internal orgaiii lw efficiency is truly wonderful Kelief is in etnntaneous. It is destined to bullish paint and uclics, wounds and brniees from the fxce of the earth. I'ropurcd by L.ll. Hiiaiifiki.d, jc22-ly Atlanta, Clcorgia. Already Over 22000 THE CELEBRATED STOVB FASHION & NiTOR Have been sold. EVERY PERSON WANTING T 0 IE SHOULD SEND FOR LIST, BY SO DOING THEY Will save Money. SOLD BY Hoxsie & DeFue, Knoxville, Tenn. Agents tor East Tennessee. jsu2(i Am it. . scruggs. Ji . is, Wwortwntor, Tim., bKAI.KU IV Pure Drugs and Medicines Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Toilet and Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines of all Kinds. Horse and Cattle Powders, Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Pure "Wines and Brandies, For Medicinal Purposes. Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomade, Cooking. Flavoring and Handkerchief Extracts. Candies, Raisins, "Window Glass and Putty, LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS. Lamp Oil of the Best Quality. Envelopes, Paper, Pens nnd Ink. Pocket Cutlery, I N S T It U M K N 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. Persons wishing his Professional services can find him at THE Drug Store, tWi Iv. Weed KAMI LY FAVORITE SEU' ING MACHINE. foED NQV.l:Vr ROME OF ITS POINTS OF SITKKIOIUTV. IT IS the lightest ami fastcnt-rnnninij of any nrst-clarts shuttle Machine. It lifts mure room to admit of work under the arm. It iHflcmied and oiled with much lexs trouble every part being in plain sight, It is Ies liable to gel out of order there be ing no acting springs iikcI in ils construction. II lilts the most simplo and ellective feed de vice. It is derJilnlly t)r simplest and most durable Machine in the market. It is easier learned to operate than any other Machine. JkT EE SVRB,G! examine IT before buying any other Machine. STACY k ANGEL, Gon'l Ag'ts., 1(12 Oay Street, Knoxville, Tenn Hogart & Mayes have this celebrated Machine for sale. Call and let us shnw you how il works and we nre sure you will buv no other, jefi '71-tf DOtSAUT & MA fig. Just Received AT MY OLD STAND, Sweetwater, Tenn. Coffee. Sugar, Ryrnp, Candies, Spices, Tepper, Finer Tobacco, Cheese, Crackers, and in fact everything in the Grocery Line, Which will be sold Strictly for Cash, which will enable mo to give better bar gains than to sell OH &XM0B. What I keep shall be good, and sold at low as possible Try mo. . I am making arrangements to keep JIEALfind FLOUll, Also nice lSueon ami Lard. Will keep a rod supply of eatables constantly on band. II. L. FUY. oct26-3m. WABE HOUSE MAT. CARTER, DEALER IN STOVES, TIN and COPPER WARE, H wee t water Tenn., KEEPS CONSTANTLY 0 HAND a full stck of the Ilcst Quality of Cooking Stoves, with all the latent Improvements, which he offers for sale at Knoxville prices, or as cheap a the same article can be bought in any market. II keeps constantly on hand, and makes to onler, all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and llrass Ware, which he offers to the public at Wholesale and ltet.il as cheap as it can be bought anywhere. Mer chants will find it to their interrat to call and examine his stock of Tinware before purchasing elsewhere. A good supply of Lard Cans always on hand. With competent Workmen, he ia prepared to do all kiixU of repairing quick and cheap. Call aud examine his s'Kok. S'TOYE Iplll COWAN, Jl'CLUKGiCO I ' Knoxville, Tenu., HAVE ovr open for inspection and ready for sale the largest, most complete and varied assort ment of G RXERAL MERCHANDISE, to be found in any establishment NORTH OR SOUTH. The additional room afforded by their new, spacious and ele gant WABH0US lias enabled them to matenuil in-crp-e t!i'i'- and present to the trade, fuU aud complete lines of FOREIGK&DCmiC Dry Goods, NOTIONS CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS' HARDWARE, QUEENSWAEE AfP Groceries. To which they invite thc spe cial attention of MERCHANTS .i .... taronffhout rke Kth.