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THE EYlilunilSK.
Swft'lwali'r, 'I hui-Mlay. FiIj. s. 1 s;-J.
WHOLESALE (JKOCERILS.
I. A. Caitrcsria, H.utTix I,. Uiw
Uuoi Cuaatv.
Audo
i-raon touuty.
mm
CARPENTER & ROSS,
1VHOLESALS GROCERS
15 D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BaowN'i Flock Cat Street,
KXOXYILPE, . . TENNESSEE-
W take Ihii tnrthid of Informing tin mer
chant of Hunt Teuiioe nn.t Well cm Jinrili
Cui'ulina, Hint we hate tpened a new aud rariod
teak f all kinds of
OUOOEIUEN,
eonpriaing; Full lines of
CoftVes, TcXm, Sugars, Soups,
Candles, I'iiklrts, Tohaeoo nr.d Sogars
Candies and Preserved Kru i tie.
Dyed, Shot, Lead, liuekets, Tuhs,
Chums, Willow Ware Kopo ito.
Our stock is entirely now and fresli.nnj
1 i l 1. .i i..
Sam mill: Tlio true was at kngtli cut ; ua '"5 uuut"1 '"a luo
! t tariff, oar
clown, nut! livo Hundred wiw mills liuvo
lliirtl Yarns Vt-ry.
A lot of joiing follow, wuiv tryiui; their
nkill at a story telling, a iW tlayn ago
Among tlio ilium-runs htories told on the
os-ensum were the following hard crust
kind of ynriis:
Dill said: 1 know a tree that kcvou men
chopped lit for seven weekH, unj then
they took a notion (o go round nndlook
at tho other bide. They traveled four
day and then came to a pnrty of forty,
vho had been chopping at it for four
months, tind hud not cut hitlf through
yet.
Tout sit ill : I remoinlitr it vc It w;:s
an o;i';, vi 1 ll v mUIioiiH of hoj-.-t v, i re
f.'ttUtm! y on llio iicoi'UH that fell
from il!
STOE&TO SEER
beau working on it for two years, and it
is not half cut up yet. Two new ttnvnsi
five bridges, and noarly a thoiisund lnrnn
lmve been built with the luntlx.r it has
ptyduced. Tho chips in euttiug it down
when clostdy hetiped, measured four mil
lion cords, and have supplied two furn
aces with charcoal for the lust two yours.
Jack .said: Deacon Brown afterwurtls
COFFEES AND TEAS
Cannot le undersold by any other house
in the etty.
COMMlSStOXilEUClIAXTS.
We also deal In
WHEAT, CORN, BACON"
dug ut tho stump, and turned tho place Rnfl Co,1ntr p , .. .,...,
into a ivts'.'ire field. He kept SO litany ; k' I"itc always given. t'oiisi,;urocuta solicited
1 ' nrl 1. In.., I ....!. ...I.... ........ ......I..
cowa on ll mill ne muni' a milium pounds
of butter and nearly us much chouso sv
C.UU'KN'rKli HOSS.
juij27-I87l-ly Kiioxville, Tonn.
cry year.
Now como J'K) Moor's turn. Drawing
himself up, ho said. Wu'll, I tlunno how
ninny pounds of butter and cheese Douvii
Brown makes u yearjluit I do know that
ho runs the live hundred saw mills Sam
mentioned, by buttermilk power!
A Fumij'aistais.
A capital joke, nays tho "New Jersey
Batriot," and ail tho more, pulatablu bo
cnusfl it is true, and can bo vouched took
plac'( a few Sundays siiiro at ono of the
prominent Fourth Street churchtts.
It seems that a worthy deacon had
been vary industrious in selling a new
church hook, costing soventy-llvo cents.
At tho Rrviro in ipiestion tho lniniKtei'
juwt before dismissing the congregation,
arose and said:
"All you who hnve children to baptize
will pl.iase present themselves next Sab
bath." The deacon, who by the way is-i li!!le
deaf, ami having an eye to sollijig books,
niul supposing his ji-mtur was n 'erring
to tin-iii. immediately jumped up ami
hhollted,
"AH you who haven't any can get as
lu-uiv as you want hv calling on mv at
sev.'i:ty-t'iVO conts each."
Tho preacher looked cross rived at the
bfollii I'.i, till! brothers looked lit t'lu
clergyman, the auoiem-o jmi.chrd the
iiudieuco in the side, the biiM.Io grew
ln.'ger, until it. burst into a loud guffaw.
Ladies colored up, rriiiiM'iu '!, and
thal;k'd the I.il'il fur the lew juice of
pi'opiiii;.' ll"- earth. There was no lit a
citiclioit lleii monui';; worth spe.iLing
of.
- ...
L.i:i;litfr.
It is J'ulnfhl to hiipiie.''S l;.lighter,a!.d
liion! heall ny to give it frej vent. A
"good laugh," ;i.i they Hay. dispel the
ViljHirs, ililUtes and oxygenatos the lungs,
jiromoies and impii'vc-, eiviihition, am!
gives a heljiing liimil to tho he:'.rt. It
'a a mo In a' fact that penjile of cheerful
dispositions enjoy better health than the
taciturn.
It may be cnid that c iuse is hern con
founded with eil'ect, but our disjio!;itioii
is created in a measure by ourselves,
and even indigestion can be lau;;!ied at
if our temperament is kindly, and we
are disposed to enduro without grum
bling. Laughter is th safety valva of
meniiiient, and, whatever tl.e jioet may
say of a sigh, 71 u would rather diispen.se
wiili jihautasy and ask for a .smile. It
is sunshine versus shade.
1111
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EAST TENNESSEE AGBICDLTUAL WAEEHUSE.
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ABRSOUITOAL
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
IfiPLEtlEKTS, FcBT
PI
'll
lid xj a
THE LARGEST COUNTRY PAPER IN EAST TENNESSEE
Oeslrru and AUnniic Railroad.
Clutinfo ol Hchcdulc,
On rni'l itl'tiir SiiiiiIrv, Feliniarr 12tli. 1K71
Uie PitHiencer Tniiim will run ou tlio Western
S. Atlitutii; r.nilrii.iil us lullonii:
X m ht Passkmikk Traim.
Lenven Atl.mta 10.15 P.. M
An-ivtn ut Kiiigston 1.14 A. M
ArrivvH nt Uultnn S.'Jii A. M
Arrives nt liutliuiixign :,.4(l A. M
Lviivi'S riniitmtooa 9.111) 1, 1
ArriN at iu!tun .1 1 1'. M
Ariivesnl KmHton i', A. M
Ariivej at Atlnnln jjj , (
IIat Pakkennkk Train.
teates Atinnta .I5 ,. M
Arrive at lnic,ioii lAH A. M
Arrives at Dll,,i .I.t P. M
Arrives nt Dlmituiimi);!! 4.2.'i P. M
.'eiiTi's t'liiittiuiui'iju i,;,o A. M
Arrives at linliui x U
Arrives at Kingston 111. .In A. M
Ariiveeul Atlanta 2 110 P." 1
K. li. WALK Hi!, M. T.
IilCEVILLE
.SCIENTIFIC AND CLASSICAL
Enstcitute.
TiTf. V . A. (J. r.Kiv ii.l'i incip:!!
Tl.e Tniftiw nliliii. liiKiitminii. whii li u,..,ii v
e I-' i i t v a lev.- vent im-li-r the
iiiniiiiii-iiienl nf ri-.,:'t.f,.oiK liul'nrtli' ami Krnwn,
lin ve the pli'iiMiue nt atinniini in-i that it is now
pliu-i-i iihiii its ln!-,ucr I'nuiinjr, under the ehal'u
ul tlie Mini: 'iulilli-iuen.
The l.n-i!i:ii-.i in i- heiiiR greatly inerensml hv
the erei-tiuii of a itmsiri i riecnt new hnililiin;, "Hx
4', I'eet, three elmii-s hijjli, ij l. completed ilu
rine tin- prei.ent yt-ar.
l'l-u'es-iir liinwii is le.w here, and nil li.ive
hai'!!e ul' tiie srliiinl with neeeasary lesi-tanls,
until iYuli'.-tHir (jnti.rth arrivi-h.
T!ie exercises Kill open the I'lst day of August.
Iehm it. it Session of I'm: M
First t'liis.i, ,
SeiD.id "
Third "
Fniii-tli "
Pupils will l.e chiii-c-il fnnn date of entrance
In tl.i' clis ni ihe si-e.ii.li.
The 'loT.t-H.sikH are those useil In the first In
stitutions ul' the country.
The tri aiid end and aim ul'i'diic.-itimi is tliu de
velopment illld di.-.-ipline ol the l.-.i-lllliis nl' t:
mind, in I raininj; to lialiitsol'iiiih-i.fii.liMit ih ink
ing ami re.ismdnu. (Inn is n S. inol nr mental
cultiiri', and not the mere sluilin-; ( the mem
ory with iim-oiinertid facts ol science. I'nn la-
iiii-iiI il priiii-iples lire in eicrv hisiain-e soii-dit
ter Hini apjilit-il.
We are in lei-miM.-il -o t:.l.lih a m- t u-l,n.e
stiitidard i.l's -t.iiliiislii. shall nut he lu-Inw that
nl' ihe lies! ou the continent.
Hoard ran lie furnished at .2 to li:i per week.
l'.a-i:vi:u.K, Tknx., Julv 2"iI,, s;i.
I. II. KIMIIIloCtilf,
Pres. Hoard uri'rindccs.
JN"!.L. MCKI.VXI-Y, Hec'r.
AiiK.lll.tf.
TIIE M AM .M 01 II
Confectionery
up
1 K T E R K E R N ,
(Market Place, West Nth,)
KN0XV1M.K, : : TON
l'UllLISIIEl) EVE1IY TI1UKSUAY
AT
S W K E TWA T K 11 , .1 AT T E A N 1! S S L' II,
At the Low Price of
DOLLARS PER ANNUM,
INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
era m
GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE
Celebrated Excelsior and clipper Reapers and Mowers.
rani Reaper and Mower trial held on the farms of Geo. Jos. A.
Knoxville in Outoher, IsTO, and the FIRST PREMIUM at tie
Over Seventy of these Maehinos were sold h,l season, and in ovory case gavo entiro satisfaction. Wo refer with Drida to all nur , , . .
n East Teuueoe and Southwest Virginia. P 4 tu a" our P-'ww, eompniing many of Hi. best farm-
M.
Thejo machines took thn TWO FIRST BREMII'MS over the Ru'-oll, .-Etna, World and Buckeye, at tlm-ran
Mahry and Mr. Jidin Smith, near Kiioxville, on the 2ild day of June, H7U
Also, the FIRST l'REMll'M OVER THE SAME MACHINES, at the Eastern Division Fair, hold t Kn
Greon County Fair, held in the snuie month.
SOLE AGENTS FOR TIIE
Favorite Gciser, Pitts and Sweepstakes Threshers and horse Powers,
These Throshcrs have no Sujicrior.
HAWKINS & "WELCOME SULKY AND REVOLVING HAY RAKES, WARRANTED TIIE BEST IN USE.
JONKS' TfJHF AIVI)STUIILKHTKELl'LOWH,whlch tooktlioIlfMt !,.- i .
larms of Mr. Wui.Meek and Mrs. Whi.o.in Knox county, iu November, s7i, over the C o h 7 U,B Je7t ,lte' riwlB le
In audition to the .hove we have the largest and best stock of IMows ever offered in East llnue ic udim L i f r"' V'-" ""e-,''
Flows, and a full line of the improved l'caeock, Hillside and Suh-Soil Flows. icnuesset, mtluJmg the Dodge, hxcelsiur, Wilson, HamiHoa, Steel Ks..l,i0, Cast
We have a large assortment of corn shelters and Feed cntter,
Among them are tho Sinclair, Continental, Tiurdic and Eaple Cutters, I.itllo Star, Double and Single Cadet with Fan and SV, i v . , r ,
Rotary, Pulverising and Gcddcs Harrows, Hay and Manure Forks, best Quality Ud Warranted ' ' C,r" Sk,"M
The Keller Grain and Guano Drill, whic-h took the First Premium atheSS, M to the faade
. a , f i " t n y . 1 Iiomin,on iIil" Cresses, JJIanehard & LiKhtuinf Churns
Solo Agents for Last lennesseofor ISAAC STALB & CO'S QUEEN OF THE SOUTH COliX an., WHEAT MILLS.
THE ENTERPRISE
Has just been Enlarged to THIRTY-TWO COLUMNS, and is
one of the best and TRUEST Democratic Papers in the State.
?Ti ?vrrft "J !TtTgf''TiJ rjjT
TIIE CIRCULATION OF THE
t'i: .iiin i us :
$111110
1 in)
la no
20110
Go Two. "Young man, do you he
lievu in the future BlateV"
"In comae I does; and what's more
I intend to enter ill as noon as Betsy
gets h-r ueiUuiig things ready."
"I lneiin, do you believe in a future
state of rewards and juinishnieiits?"
"Moat assuredly. If I should cut
mugs with a red-headod woman, IhIiouUI
xjjectmy lint indented hy the tirnt hrooin
stick she could lay her hands on."
Go to, young man, you are incorrigi
ble go to."
"Go two. If it wasn't for tho law ngin
bigamy, blessed if I wouldn't go a dozen.
But who sujipoHeti, done on, that a man
of your years would give audi advice to
a jiersoa just Htm'ting in lift?"
This took thu deacon down.
Old Lady. "Can you tell me, my good
man, where I can Hud Mr. JouobV"
Tat. "Sure, ma'am, I expect it would
be at his house vo would bo after to find
hint "
Old Lady "Does he live anywhoro
iu tho street here?"
lat "Sure, no indade; it's not for
the likes of him to be living in tho street
at all."
Old Lady "You stupid fellow, I mean
what number doen ho utoji at?"
Pat "Now, ma'am, you have mo; he
has six boys mid four girl:-) already, but
whether he manos to sioji at that number
Old Lady' b ! you bloekheiul!"
..-.
A dure tor Diptiioriiu
A siuj)lo and successful treatifant
of dijithcria may bo found iu the uxo of
lemou juice. Gargio the throat froely
with it, nt tho sumo ti:na swallowing a
portion, so as to reach all the ufl'octod
parts. A French physician claims that
lie savod his own life with this pleasant
rnmedy.
Is boiug largely lasi-reased. It is al
readj' hirse for a Vec-klv Casitv Pw-
ner, itsresnlar edition iiHiabcriiig
AL
nearly One Tlionsand eojMes. Its suc
cess has been rczuarkable, and all the
iuorc gratifying, becawse four or five
years ago scarcely any one believed
that a paper could Ese established here.
After searching tho country wo Lave founa the WAGON which wo cud with safety Warrent to the f .r.ru ;
Durability is uuoquulod by any offered.
ovcryresjieet. Tho Frice, Material, Construction, and
.Agont for Fairbanbs and BuiTalo Scale WorJis. Hay, Coal, Platform and Counter scaUs.
Hall il Miller's Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, The Lest Vertical Steam EgineS)an,l Saw Mill., Sole Agents for Manufactures f Rubber, Leather and P.,.r B
Xotk. W o are also prepared to furnish any article used upon a farm not herein mentioned, and wo ask all to i-ill ,l ' 'D8'
hut what wo can warrant in every respect. Orders for SEEDS of All Kinds will he filled from the best I arke n r r ' """" Ur ' t,M!l'' '"r W0 i"t""1 to nothine
V, . .m Mk0,' ,rt t1,ari' "v,!r "'"'ve cost aud carriage.
arehoKsc-Lasl Tennessee and Virginia Railroad Depot EMW t?
Liberal Advancss made on Consi?nmont.nf'Pvnrin-ioa n.QT,nii,, r - , u-i.wa4ie.
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We have also taken an Agency for the famous Buckeye Reaper and Mower, manufactured by C. Aultmau & Co., C.,
3D. Bi Ghildrcs3, ig't., Swceitivater,
mton, Ohio.
KAVlXn Msdc oxttaiivt. preparations fur the
Msniifi-.oturr nnd Salu of
I'URE CANDIES,
CANNED FRUITS,
FRESH CRACKERS
ionfoctioaerics
every kiii-l, tln inrlfrsicni-d Rimoiinccs that
cini fiirni.-!: unytliin;; in his line, in nnv
mtilv, nt the
Lowest Wholesale Rates.
Doiilcrs thrmijlioiit I'ast Tennessee ore par-ticul.-uly
invited tu esuinine his stwk bel'ore
purdiiisini: in ntlier citiiy.
Miii'Iiinci-v and Confoclioncrsi
Are tiisl-i-liiss, nnd lit) tan oiler articles in Lis
line as good uuJ cheap as they cull It found
any where.
m- ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Cull and cxamino and he convinced.
PETER KERN,
(M'est Side .Market Place,)
jy6'71-ly Knoxvh.le, Tenn.
Aa exelmuge says it's rather amusing
to see a newly married healthy young
woman, whose husband earns a salary of
twelve or fiftoen dollars a week, hunting
for a gill to help in housekeeping.
A GREAT OFFER.
ONLY $3 FOR $11 IN VALUE !
Or, fur $1, $18 iu value.
Or, Fur $5, In Value !!!
1 e Mini ami nrlislu- Ciinniiu, "Isn't She
utai.v .- uiiiy iiiiisneii, iiioiiale.l iiml varnish
ed, fun l::x 17 (alter l.illb M. Spen -er, retail
..1....A taC H.'lll I 1... ! .
i'""i " i " "-" " iiiiiiijsci-iireiy .mic up
... ... jMLiiiiinii in every e.i ve.niv suli-
H'lllicr to lll-IIIOIt'sl's .Molitl.ll-. n,.lnwi..,W..,l
the iiiit liiiuiiiliil nml u,i-i'i, .uiloi- Ma-nzine
in Ainorirn. "Isn't She IVoltv i" i. a i'.l.n.i.
I'll) Cl.ivini) nnd splrn litl perlnr Picture, and u
Tsliislile Wi.nh or art, Worth More than IiouMc
the cost or SiiliM-ription, nnd, together Tritli De
inorost's Monthly liquids an oppoituiiitv for the
iiirvstini lit of ij-lsm h ns initv never nccurairiuii;
or in il.iei. or "Isn't She IVt'.tty .'" i'or at'Ai
tioiul,llinwiit!inV W,Kiio,(niipr Jerome Thomp
son), siz laxi;,, ,iii .i.-,, will he eeiit post-free;
uii'w mi'i ii'imiiwi s Moiiihly, for
one year for ."i. Iliiimitlm's Wonin;; is an
eiiiially splendid w,i I; f n, t, R l,,r und tieau
lilill lllui.t.io, and norll: lour tiiues the tiri-e
charged. IlioUnds, ! nthers, Hi-others nnd
l.overs, do imt (nil to mhsei ihe for D,.mori.,
Mugaini', and present it with a henntilul ( hro
mo. It trill make eyes spurki. with de lh;ht and
satisraetion, nn 1 iirove a monthly reminder of
70iir c.bkI taste and kind deling. Aodress W.
Jennings Ueii.oi est, s.ts IJioadnar, New i'ork.
e.ipies of the latest numbers of the Mapniiio 25
ttmit wch, post-free. novJUtf
lllflPll
Miami M. m iMUl .
Iff
h established at Sweetwater, the business Center of Monroe coun
ty, and the most thriving town between Kiioxville and Chattanoo
ga. The town is surrounded by a country remarkable for its beau
ty and productiveness, the geniality of its climate, and the intelli
gence and gooii character of its population.
THE E N T E II PRISE
as
As an Adyerttaing Med iima, oilers
many inducements as any Country Pa-i
per in the fetate, A averts sers will
please bear this in mind, their experi
ence will justify our assertion.
J, Walkbb, fmprlator. R. II. McDonald Co., Ht-ntaia an
fln'l (triti,r-u KruIico,CL(na;a H Cunrntivt at.. N. Y.
1T1LLI0.9 Boar Toatlnony to their Won
derfVil Curative RiTecta. Tlvoy are not a vile Fancy
Brink made of Poor Ram, Whlakey, Proof
AplrlU and lleAiae liquor doctored, up Iced nnd
iweotsned to please tho tout, called "Tonlca," uA,)potU
tn,n " Keatoron," Ac, that lead tho tippler on to drunken-
aiKl ruin, but aro a truo mcnltino, tnntlo from tho
natWa tpota and horb of California, f:eo IVnin ull
Alcohollo Htlmulnnts, They aro tlio BEAT
BLOOD PUBIFIEIl and a LIFE OlVIAO
PKIXCIPLE, a perfect Renovator and Jmrhforatorof
tlio System, carrying off all pobonoiu routtur and restor
I113 tho blood to a healthy condition. Vo person can tako
thcwfilttora according to dlructiuju, and remHln lunj un
well, provided their bonus nro nut destroyed bymlnordl
pnlMn or other means, aud tho vital orguna warned Uyond
tlio point of repair.
They aro a Gentle ParstAtlTo wall na a
Tonle, poasculnK also, tlio peculiar merit of acting aia
poworrul aent In rcllavin Conyagtlon or InlUuouUou of
tho Llror, nnd all tho VMi i-rnl Orunn.
FOU FLM.VI.E tOIPKAiTS, whtthor In
youns or old, married or winalo, at tlio dawn of womant
biHid or at tho torn of life, thaw Tonic Ulttera have no
equal
For Inflamniatory and Cnronlo Rhcnmntlam
and Oout, Iyappala or Indication, 111Iloua(
l(mlttnt and Inturnilttent Fevers, lMaenaea
of tho Blood Mvur, Kidney and Bladder, thosa
isittvra nave bvun most luccuwtuL Hach Dlaeaae
arc caused by Tltlated Blood, which Is frrnrraily pro
duced by dnrnnccinvut of the Blaroatlve Omuna.
Jl VSf KI'HI.V OB IX DItt i;sTIO.. llun.Iache.
Pain In tlio Shoulders, Coughs, TIkIHiiom of tho t'hwt,
Clzdnoss, Hour Eructation of tho fit o much, Bad Tattu In
the Mouth, Bllloua Attacks, Palpitation of tho Heart, In
flammatlon of tho Lunn, Pain in the regions of the Kfil
ncys, and a hundred other painful syinptomi aro tlio oil
prliigaof Dyspepsia. -
They luvigorato tho Stomach and itlmulato the torniil
Liver and Bowels, which render them of unrqunted ctH
cacy In cleansing ibo blood of all Impurities, and iinpurt-
ins new life and vipor to tho whole system.
FOB SKIY DISK VSDS, Eruptions, Tetter. Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, BolK Carbun
cles, Uing-wonns, Scald Head, Soro Eyes, EryslietR.t, Itch,
Kourii,iLicoieraUonflof the Skin, Humors and DUcoscsof
tlio Skin, of whatover name or nature, are literally (tut up
and carried oat of the System In a short time by the use of
thcac Bitters. Ono bottlo In such cases will cuiivir.ee the
most Incredulous of their curatlro effects.
Clean tho Vitlatod Blood whenever you find Its impuri
ties hurirtJnjr throash the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or
Sure; clcanso It when you find It obstructed and clup-.-tsh
In tho veins; clcanso It when It Is foul, and your feelings
will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and tho health
of the system will follow.
Pin, Tape, and other Worm, lurking In tho sys
tem of so many thousands, are elfcctually destroyed and
re too vca. Baj-sadLitlngulshed phyaloioglst, there Lj scarce
ly an IndivMual upon the face of the earth whore body U
exempt from tho presence of worms. It Is nut upon tlio
ueaituy elements or the body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed thea
living monsters of disease. Ho system of Medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics, will free the system from
worms like these Bitters.
old by all Drumclate nnd Pen lore.
J. WALK E It, Proprietor. R. II. XcDONALl CO.,
DruKSlsU and General AjbiiW, Pau Francisco, Cli
(eruia, and 33 and M Cuuiuierco Street. Vcw York,
Established 1855.
J. O. Matiiewson,
CQFsiissioiM mmm,
Atigusta Ga.
July 7. ly.
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will always oppose Radicalism.
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desiring to write articles for the paper are at liberty to do so.
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page.
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The paper is published for the benefit, especially, of the people
of Monroe and adjoining Counties. Give us a Liberal Patronage
nnd we will give you a Good Par ?r.
HAST'S
RUB HARD LINIMENT.
Has no equal as a remedy fur external uso
031 MA!) OB BEAST.
'!:&,? 'i-K 'ji
Tie Great External Kemedy.
Tor Man and Boast.
It will Cure llheumatla:n.
The repuUtion of this preparation li so veil
MtsblisbcU, that Hula ucvd bu taiil in tills cunouc
lion.
On if AN Ithu vein fnll"d to eontPARCFtft.
NERVOUS AKKIXTIOXS.COVr-RAomjfll Mt'S-CLES.STIFF.NESSiu-.'I
l'AIMKt THE JOINTS,
RTITOIIES In the SIHI". or Vault, STRAINS,
nRUIK, BURN'S, BWM.I.ING8, CORNS uit
1'ROSTED FI'.ET, P.moiis nJcttil with Klicuma
tlnrn can bo .ff-ctaally and iwmanentljr cimil by
uiiod U.li womlnrfnl prpmtlt.n : it renetntn
to tlio nerro and bone hamr'li&tcl on bung ap
P'(iNf TIORSES il lll mm SCRATCIIE,
SWF.E.VEY, roLI.-EVII,, UsTI LA.OLD KI N"
NINU StlKES. 8A1IULE or. COLLAR OAI.I.S.
SPRAINED JOINTS, STIFFNESS fF THE
STIFLES kc. It will prf r.n nnl.I.OW noRX
tad WEAK BACK IN MILCH COWS.
I li ait with tnl suoecM In brlnitlni ny
Mixture within the reach of the PuMio. I na
daily in receipt of letters from rhysifiuna, Iipuk
fists, Merchant and Farmers, testifying to Its
uratlre powers.
'DAVID E. JJ0TJTZ, Sole Proprietor.
', BALTIMORE, MB.
It cures
Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains,
Scalds and Burns,
and wherovflr on external remedy is required,
it is acknowledged to bo tlio
BEST LINIMENT KNOWN!
It also cures in all cases, if proncrly used,
Horses of Sweeney, Sprained and
Stiff Joints, Wind Galls,
and tho various diseases requiring outward
applications.
Every Itottlc irarrantcil to glue satisfaction,
or money refunded.
For sale by Merchants and Doalcrs generally.
E. J. SAOTOED & CO.,
SOLE AOESTS,
O0Z7ILI.S, TENS.
Trice, 25 CVnts.
D
H fl w n
W I ale
11?
Reiasl Kealer In
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Hardware, EiTotsons
SWEETWATER, TEN 17.
cica.oo in goldi
Will be given fur an ounce of adulteration found
In our Guaranteed White Lead.
E. J. SAXFORD & CO.,
Wholesale Ducgcusts,
Knoxvillo, Tonn.
WALL PAPER HI WINDOW SUES!
A full line, cheap as tho cheapest, and as good
as tho best.
E. J. SANFORD & CO.
I ho atten ion of buyers is respectfully called to mv lu-, ari-l r,
nc 1 stock of G(X)1)S, direct from , K, ., Mat.tV, uiich will be
01 nd o embrace almost every article u,ctl in this section, which I
in sen at as
Low Figures for Casli,
as any one can sell tho same goods ; while special inducements are
ouiireu to those who have saleable Produce ofi,ny kind to disposo tf.
Highest Ctish Prices paid for Corn.
iL 117. DOYB.
No- 1 , Enterprise I'lock
April20, I7I.-2'.'tf
SUM II III Wlllimill I1HSII LISWWJIlllllJBlilLIX..
,V. W. W-ILTK
CALCINED PLASTER I
For White Coating and Plastering.
E. J. SANFOKD & CO.
VINDOW GLASS
Of every Size and Quality.
Fancy Colored Glass,
All kinds, for Transoms, Sido Lights, ic.
PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
imuHino.- ov ai.i. ii.irs'iH.
Paint Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Scrub
binjr Brushes, Blacking Brashes, Stovo BntsheH,
Dusting Brushos, Marking Brushes, Oraining
Tools, bold Leaf, Putty, &c
E. J. SANrORB & CO.
DAMON'S
w. k. cii!i;i:;
nwiiisr'i;1 ,1!,--iin,ififi!rr'' lt
4 'tog fs,
KROXVILLC, TENS.
IIAHDWARE
ami eX
CUTLERY.
aro unquestionably tho best Medicines known
for
LUlti iiUUIJ.
Used in moderation, they improve tho appe
tite, inrreaso digt-stion, loosen tho hide, givo
gloss to tho hair, and keep off
DISEASE FROM THE HORSE.
They increass the quantity end improve the
quality of
JIilli in the Cow,
and aro a never failing
PREVENTIVE 07 EOS CEOLESA,
whilo directly tendinff to fntten all Steel;.
They euro Heaves, Lung Fover und Worms
in Horses ; and animals, however diseased, are
always benefited by their use.
Thousands attest their value. Stock raisers
can't afford to bo without them.
Directions oh Each. I'ackaqb.
Price, 23 Cents, or 5 Paofcsge for $1.00.
For sain by Merchants and Dealers generally.
E. J. Serosa & CO.. Proprietors.
KSr ORDERS SOLICITED AXD SATISFALlT (i-
Wm. Williams. Jas. C. Sitikik. V . K. '.Vii.i.ums.
EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE,"
K N O X V I L L E , T E X X E S SEE.
WILLIAMS B7UBGES & 0,,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL
lOOKSELLERS and statioiees,
DEALERS IX ALL K1XDS OF MVS I CM. 1XSTHVMEXTS,
AND
.MUSICAL XffE&CnAftDISE. '
E l-'sprcinlly Invito the Attention of COUNTRY 11 KUCHA NTS to our Vary Large Stolcrk
VY School Books, Wall l'aucra, Wimlotr Cortujiw, and School and Ulnca Stationary
Always on Kaad,
PICTURES, FRAMES, CROQUET SETS AND GAMES.
Julj-lTl-ly

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