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Drus and Patent Medic.
Knoxville Iron. CoIurb.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
TERJIS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
IXYARIABLY IX ADVANCE.
Daily, per year 6.00
Daily, for six months 3.00
Daily, for three months ...ZT.7.Z ZW
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Ten lines, or less, solid to constitute a square.
t5m . ?l-00 , Each additional inscrtion.,4 25
1 week, 2.50 Each additional square 1.00
2 weeks, 4.00 Each additional square 1.50
3 weeks, o.OO ' Each additional square 2.50
1 month, 6.00 Each additional square. 3.00
2 months, 8.50 Each additional square 4.00
3 months, 10.00 Each additional square 4.50
Business Cards, two Sou arcs, per annum $30.00
Quarter Column, one month ..... $1100
" " two months 20.00
" " three months , 27.00
" eix months 40.00
, 1 one year 70.00
Half Column, one month 20.00
" two months 32.00
three months 48.00
. six months 80.00
one year . 140.00
One Column, one month 32.00
., iwe months 52.00
three months . 70.00
six months 120.00
T one year , 200.00
.Notices in Local Column, ten cents per line.
Notices in Special Column, five cents per line. ' .
Marriages and Deaths inserted without charge.
Terms for announcing candidates, $10.00.
AH bills due upon first insertion of advertise
ments; those with regular advertisers to be paid
OREER REOFIRIXG PAVEMENTS TO BE
MADE WHERE CURBING HAS BEEN
On motion of Alderman Munson, it is hereby ordered
by the Mayor and City Council of the City of K nox ville,
that all persons owning property-where curbing has
been put down in the City of Knoxville, shall, within
the usual limits twenty days put down suitable pave
ment", as required by law: that the Chief Marshal, by
the aid of his Assistants, shall see that this order is
strictly enforced. The Recorder is directed to publish
this order in the three daily papers of the City for the
space of ten days following its passage.
JNO. S. VAN (ULDER, Mayor.
CEO. M. WHITE, Recorder. june 8-dlOt.
COAL! -COAL!! COAL!!
A. S. MARINER,
"essor to the Knoxville Coal Company, and t
Mariner & Browd
SOS LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Knoxville and vicinity that he will continue the
oal and Wood Trade.
heretofore, at the Coal Yard, foot of Cumberland
i Clinch streets, and respectfully solicts a share of
will not allow himself to be excelled in the quali
of Wood and Coal he may keep, and will promptly
rders with which he may be favored, delivering
o all parts of the city.
1 on Gay street, next door to Captain Waller's
Store. A. S. MARINER,
ville, Tenn. june 5-tf
URDS0, BURR & TERRY,
i Street Railroad Ceossinq,
oring", Ceiling:, Weather
. Broom Handles,
jB, Spokes, Felloes,
DRS, BLINDS, &c., &c.
I HOUSE ADVERTISEMENTS.
4s and Cabinet Organs.
ANOS AND CABINET ORGANS, FROM
.est makers, for sale cheap. Every instrument
irranted for five rears. Pianos to rent or ex
, at the East Tennessee Book House.
A-tf R. H. RICHARDS.
ST RECEIVED A SPLENDID STOCK OF
llank Work, from the best manufactory in the
ited States. All rices can be found at the Kaxt Ten
see Book House of R- H. RICHARDS.
Sabbath School Books,
U ITABLE FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS. Evsrt
thing requisite for Sunday Schools can be had at the
iSSTT " IL RICHARDS.
AO the Merchants and School
Teachers of East Tennessee.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY ADDING. TO OUR
large stock of Books. Stationery, Music and Mu
sical Merchandise.? Everything new in our line of bus
iness, which we are bound to sell at the lowest prices.
Send in your orders, to the East Tennessee BkU ouse.
may31-tf . R, H. RICHARD.
" CHARLES WARING,
CURVEYS MADE OF LANDS, LOTS, ic AND
O for Roads. Earthwork calculated and specifications
made. Drawings made of Views, Buildings, Machm
erv Ac. Office over S. Bissinger's store, corner or Gay
and Clinch Streets. - , , , )une2-Lim
Carriage and Wagon Makers.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMTLY
to order. Wood Work. Trimming and Painting
done complete to Carriages and Wagons.
Done in the beet style. Keep constantly on hand a
good stock of Seasoned Lumber of all kinds.
STAND-Comstock'B Old Shop on State Street imme
diately in rear of A. i. Jackson k. Co.'s Old Stand.
McGhee Block, Gay Street. jnna-am.
Johs Baxter, t
( E. P. Bailit, ,
Exchange and Deposit Bank.
TENNESSEE MONEY FOK TAXES FOR
Best rates paid for New Issue Bank of Tennessee.
East Tennessee. Virginia and Georgia
and Bonds bought and sold, and a General Banking
Business transacted. .
Interest paid on Deposits in SAVINGS BANKDe
partment. On all the principal cities of Europe for sale.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
A. BARTON. Agent.
0. B. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
91 GAY vrHKET,
Merchants and others from the country
are respectfully requested to give us Ja call
before purchasing, forwewill notbeundrr
pold. 0. B. Snub. Julius Enert.
D. TP. Brainard.
CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE.
J. H. WALLET,
Exclusive Dealer in
Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff,
Uricr and Stone Pipes,
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes.
In fact all Kinds of
At the SIGN OF THE INDIAN,
april 6 tf
Gay Street, Knoxville. Tenn.
GIVE HIM A TRIAL!
I've made my home in Knoxville,
The business I wish to do
Is to (rrain. paint and paper walls.
And make your homes look new.
pOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ON
J. M. MAY FIELD,
East Side Prince Street, bet. Main and Cumberland.
Where you will find him prepared to do all
House, Sign and Decorative Painting,
Whitening and Coloring Walls. Gilding. Glazing, tc
C. M. II cG II EE,
JOS. R. MITCHELL,
People's Bank of Knoxville
OmcR ; Ocoee Bank Building, Gay Street,
Will transact a General Banking and Brokerage Bu-
mneflf, receive Deposits, isone certificates of Deporit,
deal in Exehange, buy Gold and Silver, Bank Note,
Bonds and Stocks.
We prefer that Collector of Revenne should come in
person or send funds by an agent instead of by mail or
express. job. tt. mu.I'uc.l.Li.
Dr. P. II. CARDWELL,
(Office : Corner of Church and State Street,)
Tl ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT, IN VIEW
Iti of the exeat full in cold, he will furnish full set
of TEETH, on the Vulcanite Base, for the small sum of
A sfcigle Upper or Lower set for
. THIRTY DOLLARS.
"A11 other charges in proportion to the above.
Satisfaction guaranteed in all Dental operations,
CHAS. H. BROWN,
AGKST FOB THE
lnman,Line,of : Trans-Atlantic
Plying between New York and Liverpool, and the
Between New "York and Glasgow.
lOTH ARE FIRST CLASS LINES. THE Former
X carrying the Mails. .'Tickets as low as by any other
Lines. Further information cheerfully given on ap
plication. . . , .
Have for sale Sight Drafts on all the principal cities
of Ei; rope.
4jA general Notary business also transacted.
Oflice in Exchange aho DsrosiT Bask,
apl 6tf Knoxville, Tenn.
JOHK L. MURPHY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
r. S. Commissioner and Notary Public.
JUDGE TEMPLE'S Old Office on GAY STREET,
Bet. Main ond Hill Streets,
43-particular attention paid to the settling up of
Estates, perfecting Titles to Real Estate, &c.
april 6 tf
Main Street, Opposite the Court Ilonte,
M. W. JANNEY,
. april 6 tf
M. & N. STERN,
Dry Goods, Ready-Made Clothing
AND FURNISHING GOODS,
ay Street, Knoxville, Tennemec.
(Opposite Cowan. McCIung & Co.)
Having a Resident Partner in New York, who buys
for casn, our iaciuues enaoie us iv xu suaira 1
those who purchase only every season. P 63m
JOSEPH II. WILDS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Solicitor in Chancery.
3" Particular attention paid to Collecting.
april 20-tf Omcs : No. 1. rear of Court House-
If you want Bill-Heads ;cjtten . up in the best
ityle, go to thC-l ' ?b office.
STEAM SASH & BLIND
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
Sash, Blinds and Doors,
Dealers in Lumber, &c, &c, &c.
JJAVING FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS
in Nort Knoxville, we are prepared to make to order
We also DRESS LUMBER, WORK FLOORING
and different kinds of
in the best style and at prices to suit the times.
All ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED and shipped
to any point on the different Railroads leading out of
Bet Beveled Kidinjc Drewed and Jointed.
J"For particulars call on or address
Ah & as
april 6tf 4 Knoxville, Tennessee.
Drags, Medicines, &c.
CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS,
DRUG Ge l S T S ,
"Old Drug Store,"
We keep a full supply of everything in the
., , ; Together with
Indigo, Madder, Aniline, Copperas,
And everj'thing needed in Dyeing.
Paints, Paints, Paints.
. . . i
We pride ourselvvs on keeping the purest
materials for Painting of any house in
Is not excelled by any and equalled by but
Pure Wines and Liquors
Always on Iland
MRS. WINSL'' VQRM CANDY,
H. C. TAR WATER.
MINERS AND DEALERS
Celebrated Anderson County
COAL AND COKE.
Three Hundred Sizes of
Suitable for Farm in? and Mechanical
Particular attention given to
REBUILDING AND REPAIRING
T li 1 w 1 o i k
Saw, Flour and Bark Mills.
WROUGHT AND CAST
ONE HUNDRED SIZES GUDGEONS.
Hollow - Ware !
BOLTS, BOLT - ENDS, CAST AND
AH Kinds of
The COMPANY now manufacture the
In Market. All Sizes from 3 to 00 Penny.
Their Stock of ,v ; :' ' '
Bar Iron is More Uniform
Than ever before, nnd Warranted.
Is made at the Foundry every working day
Orders Promptly Filled !
Office and Manufactory,
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND
Wet f Depot,
ri'HIS LINIMENT. ALTHOUGH BUT LATELY
J introduced in the Sonthwest, i3 having a very rooa
sale and bids fair to find its way into many families.
It will be found a VALUABLE REMEDY for all dis
eases where an
I required, ft can be used with confidence for the re
lief and cure o
IXFAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. ERISYPELAS.
BURNS. SCALDS, !tc.
Try it and you will find it a Rood liniment. Price.
23 and 50 rentN per Bottle.
Sold by merchants penerally.
II Gr It
Hart's Great Relief !
rrillS REMEDY IS ONE OF THE BEST FAMILY"
X Medicines in use, and will be found a great relief of
all diseased action from which pain originates.
Should have it at hand. Don't wait until Pain comes
within jo or doors before purchasing.
HART'S (JREAT RELIEF WILL RELIEVE
Rheumatism. Sore Throat, Bruises. Pleurisy, Croup.
Toothache. Fainting, Tic Doloreux, Sprain or
Spasm, Headache, Frost Bites, Stiff Joints, Fe
ver. Sores, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Chol
ers. Hysteria. Pneumonia, Chills and
Fevers, Inflammations, Paralysis,
Cuts, Chilblains, Lumbago, Colic,
Burns and S-alds, Spinal Af
fection, Piles. Cholera
Morbus, Pain in the
Breast or Side, Ditlicult Breathing. Cramps in the
Stomach. Dysentery or Diarrhea. Falls and Acei
"idents, or whatever your Complaint may be
That Gives You Pain!
Vegetable Toothache Anodyne
Ai an immediate cure for the Toothache, caused by de-'
cay. It also cures scurvy of gums and causes them to
harden and adhere to the teeth ; it cures gum boiki.
heals all soreness of the sums ; it sweetens and purifi
the breath ; applied to the swollfn gum it aflords greV'
relief with children that are teething; it is a perfect
harmless remedy, but must be used according to dir
tions to get promised relief.
Who would sufier with this most distressing a"
ONE ? CENT BOTTLE WILL CURE INSTAN
Hart's Cough Loien
FOR TBK ALLEVIATION OK
Iironc hitis, Hoarseness, C ouglis,
And all Disorders of the Throat and I
Ir. E. B. Hart. Proprieto
1)UBLIC SPEAKERS AND SIN(1FT
the Lozenges invaluable for clear
ening the voice. There are no partic
be observed in the use of them. Ik
deleterious, they can be taken as '
One or two Lozengee dissolved grad
repeating it if necessary, will air
immediate relief in many cases of
voice. Coughs, irritation, or Soren
occasioned by cold or unusual t
Orgam. For Bronchitis, Asthnu
it will be neceesary to take the,
' Stop th little cough or sore
Lungs in time, and HART'S LO.
IT. TRY Til KM.
Prlrr 25 (ntt per
Dr. M. Lytle's l
FOR TBK CCS of
Diarrhea, Ujsentery, Blood;
CHOLERA MORBUS. PAINFUL PUR(JI
MER COMPLAINT, CRAMP AND c.
The want of a medicine of this character 1,
been fnlt by the community, and has induced t.
prietors, by over thirty years' trial in private, to
duce it for the benefit ot the public as a staple .
medicine. It does not act 11s an astringent alone
by reducing the acidity of the secreting membra at
of the bowels, reduces the iiitlammation, hence
forms a thorough cure.
The proprietors take the lib rty of stating to thf
lie. that no more perfect receipt (which is guurr.
for the cure of the above-mentioned diseases) eni
the world, being entirely vegetable and containing
sugar of lead or other noxious trux or mineral. ,
they would fnrther say that the preparation has
the hearty approval of numerous physicians who Ik
To adults, a tablcspoonful alter each passage, or foi
times a day; To 4iillren under ten. a half-tablcspooi.
Jul as required. To ciilliln-n uinier five a teaspoonfu
To children under two or three, a hall'-tcaspoonful, n
retiuired. and by enrefully rdministering as directed i
will never fail.
Hart's Magnolian Cough Drops
PRICE PER BOTTLE z; CENTS.
This medicine can confidently be recommended for
all diser.ses of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes and Lungs.
It is invaluuMe as a remedy for Coughs, Colds, Lor
of Voice, Sore Throat. Influenza. Dipthcria, Bronchitis.
Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma and Spit
ting of Blood. It docs not profess to cure consumption,
but from the largely demulcent and balsamic character
of the ingredients of which it is composed, it is claimed
that it will do all for this dire d isease that w (wph
M-di:ie enn tin.
This medicine contains NO OPIUM, or other ingre
dient of a deleterious character, and maybe given with
the utmost confidence and safety in every stage of the
Msca.se and to patients of every age. Dose from ten
drops to a teaspoonful, according to the age of the pa
tient, and repeated in every instance as the urgency
the case requires, in one. two, three or four hours.
Damon's Stock Powders.
THESE POWDERS ARE PREPARED FROM
J Medicines which possess Laxative, Tonio and Puri
fying properties, and when administered to Horses pro-i
duce the most beneficial results. As a laxative, they
expel from the stomach and intestines all foreign sub
stances. Asa tonic they increase the tone and atrengt
of the system; and as a purifier they cleaso the bloo
and lay the foundation for a strong and healthy circt.
lation. They .we a preventive of Lung Fever, and
excellent remedy for all the diseases to which this at
ble animal is subject. Their use strengthens tha la
and gives a smooth and glossy appearance to the ski
and by increasing the appetite, give vigor and strenf
to the whole system. . f
Prl. 23 rentH pr Box. -
DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
For Lung Fever, or any symptoms of the disease,
a tablespoonful three times a day.
For Ulanders, Heaves, Distemper, Founder, Cout
and other complaints to which the Horse is iulet
give a tablespoonful three times a day until a onto
effected which is generally produced in a few dayv.
These powders, if used two or three times a week.
ring the spring and winter months, will prevent 7
horse from being attacked by these dangerous dwr
and greatly increase their usefulness. ,
DAMON'S STOCK POWDERS FOR MILCH at
These Powders are valuable in increasing the q.
tity of Milk in the Cow, and should be used by e
fanner. It increases the appetite and fattens p
strengthens the animal, and while increasing the o
tity of the milk, makes the butter firm and sweety
E. J. SANl'ORD 5-
april 6 tf