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RILE A TAR WATER, Proprietor.
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 4, 1870.
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what they contain.
Call for a Republican State Convention.
Nashville, September 1, 1870.
rthc Republican Voters of Tennessee :
On Tuesday, the second of November
next, an election for members of Congress,
Governor of the State, and members of the
Legislature, will be held.
The Republipan State Central Executive
Committee, being invested with the power
audTautliorityi to call a general State Con
vention for the purpose df nominatif a
Republican candidate for Governor, at said
November election, do, by said authority,
issue this call for a convention of the Re
publican parry'of the State, and all other
persons who are opposed to the Democratic
Conservative party, to assemble, and meet
a$ the Capitol in . Nashville, on Thursday,
the 22d day of September, inst., 11 o'clock
a.m., forthe -purpose of nominating a
candidate for Governor, and the considera
tion of such other questions as may be
deemed 'necessary for the more thorough
organization of the party. It is urged by
the committee that the several counties in
the State will, as speedily as practicable,
hold their meetings and appoint the usual
number of delegates, or suitable persons to
represent them in the convention.
By authority of the committee,
John Trimble, Chm'n.
rHpgrA Kercheval, Sec'y.
KO COUHTY COTJUT.
Yesterday being the first Monday of the
month, the day set apart by law for our
County Court, a good many honest people
from the country were in to attend to their
monthly business. They found, however,
that we have now no County Court. Judge
Jones '' offended the Knoxville ring by re
fusing to go before their Democratic Con
vention and accept of their nomination for
County, Judge, for which indignity our
Representative in the Assembly, the chief
of the Press and Herald, summarily cut ofF
his official head. " To satisfy the whims of
this Knoxville clique, Fleming bad Judge
Jones' office' abolished, and as a result
Knox county has been without a County
Court for some months. The whole busi
ness jofs the jcounty, the winding up of
estates, and many other kinds of business,
must stop because our ajrw(?)andhojiefct (?) ,
xvcpresentauve wameu 10 snow ms juwer.
Areatmany people have been inconve
nienced by this shameful legislation, and
not a few have lost money by it. But it is
a fair specimen of Democratic legislation,
and so the people consider it.
THE DIFFERENCE. i
T- 1 I 4 1 1 1 1
During the seventeen months of Presi
dent Grant's Administration the public
debt has been reduced $lo6,138,7S4. During
the,, seventeen months immediately pre
ceding Gen. Grant's accession to the Pre
sidency, when the Democratic party had
controlinthe councils of Andrew Johnson,
the National debt was increased more than
thirty millions of dollars. But this does
not express the whole truth. The reduc
tion of the debt made under Grant's Ad
ministration has been achieved with di
minished sources of taxation, as compared
with those in existence when the debt was
so largely inrccascd under Andrew John
son.? The reasons for the difference are:
1st, Tftiat the revenues have been collected
with more honesty and exactness under
this Republican Administration than it
was under Johnson's Democratic Admin
istration ; and, 2d, That the expenditures
have been greatly reduced and disbursed
with greater economy.
Contrasting the two periods of equal
length, the one under Democratic, and the
other under Republican influence, we find
the difference to the National Treasury in
favor of the Republican Administration is
one hundred and eighty-six millions of dol
lars, just about eleven millions per month
near four hundred thousand dollars per
This is the difference in favor of a Re
publican Administration when compared
with a Democratic President and Cabinet,
constantly restrained and hampered by a
Republican Congress. If Andrew John
son's" Administration had been unfettered,
if its corruption could have been protected
and encouraged by a Democratic Congress
as corrupt and imbecile as our Democratic
Assembly bt Tennessee; there is no telling
how many more millions would have been
stojen and . how much more would have
l)oen added to our National debt.
The above figures show what Democrats
woiild do if they had the chance. They are
responsible for our heavy debt and taxes,
and are very angry to see them reduced so
fust. If placed in power they would take
care to see that" the debt of which they
complain so much never was reduced.
Thcyllav"e boa&tcd that it never would be
paul and they would take care to make
goocf their boast. AVill the people vote for
such" a party and aid in restoring it to jow
Tite German Relief Fund. The Ger
man Patriotic Aid Society in New York
has recelYeA-thp gum of ?100,55S from dif
ferent portions bt the United States, in aid
of the wounded Prussian soldiers, and for
thetieflot the families of the men who
hav fallen in lattle.
WHAT BECOMES OF FRANCE.
The news most anxiously looked for from
Paris is that which will indicate what is to
be the future of France. Our dispatches
this morning show that the Prussians have
begun the work peculiar to them at such a
crisis. Crowds of people move through the
streets shouting Vive Republique ! Other
crowds, uniformed and armed with the
ehassepot, stand grim at their post and
watch the developments with interest.
The Corps Legislatif, by a unanimous vote,
declare the dynasty ended. The mob in
the streets carry out the vote by tearing
down from over the shop doors the Impe
rial Coat of Arms. The National Guard
shake their heads at such demonstrations
but do not know what to do. The Emper
or and Prince Imperial are prisoners and
the Empress decides to follow. They are a
guard without a nation or Emperor, and do
not know what a Republic may have in
store for them. These are the demonsta
tions in the streets.
In the Legislative Assemblies and in the
Council of Ministers, similar confusion and
uncertainty reigns. The Corps Legislatif
wants to send a Committee to the Rhine
provinces to organize governments there,
1 iut the haughty Waklinister sweeps into
the Chamber, conscious of his power, and
curtly intimates that the Ministry know
their rights and do not propose to divide
Gen. Trochu meantime is in command
of the army in Paris, and is proposed for
Military Dictator. As the war is flagrant,
and some kind of gverninent some recog
nized authority is necessary, it seems very
probable that Trochu will, for the present,
be that head. While the invaders of Paris
are marching on Paris theories of govern
ment cannot be discussed at length with
profit or safety to the people.
But aside from the "wishes of Paris and
Paris is France there is one other indi
vidual who may have some word to speak
as to how France shall be governed. Bis
marck may demand to be heard. King
William may not want a Republic. He
will not want a Napoleon, and hardly care
to have a Bourbon. France has twice
been a Republic but that does not prove
he may not be again. She has had more
than two Bourbons, and has had two Na
poleons. But there is hardly policy in
speculating, for if left to themselves, there
can be nothing safely guessed of the Paris
ians. They are a fickle people, and may
to-morrow cry for an Orleanist.
Meanwhile the German armies increase
in numbers, and continue victorious. Ba
zaine is repulsed in his efforts to escape
from Metz, and the siege of Strasburg goes
on. If the Ministry still want war, the
invading armies will soon be before
Paris, and the great siege will begin.
But before this shall come to pass we will
have efforts at mediation, and as King
William is now in condition to be magnan
imous, he may offer honorable terms for
peace and end the war.-
THE DEMOCRATIC RECORD.
The Democratic papers and stump speak
ers have had a great deal to say about the
heavy taxes which have been imposed up
on the people by Congress. There are sev
eral very satisfactory answers to make to
all such complaints.
In the first place, it is hardly necessary
to remind our readers that but for the De
mocracy, we would have had no war, no
public debt of great magnitude and no
heavy taxes. They alone are responsible
for all our troubles, and it does not come
with good grace from them to complain
about high taxes and a heavy debt.
But a still better answer than this is the
fact that upon the record they 6tand
charged : first, with having increased the
debt while in control of the government,
long after the war had ended ; and second,
with having persistently refused in Con
gress to vote for the reduction of all taxes.
We have shown in another column how,
for the last seventeen months of Johnson's
Administration, the public debt was in
creased thirty millions of dollars. This,
too, be it remembered, was done by a Demo
cratic Administration, restrained and close
ly watched by a Republican Congress. But
not only are the Democracy guilty of in
creasing the burdens of the people while in
power, but they are also guilty of opposing
all reductions in the rates of taxation. In
all the leading measures of the Forty-first
Congress for lightening the burdens of the
people, the Democracy were found stub
bornly resisting. This is shown by the
votes of their Senators and Representatives
in the last Congress. They voted in almost
solid phalanx against the bill whereby the
tax on tea, coffee and sugar was reduced,
whereby a large free list was added to the
tariff and where by sixty millions of inter
nal taxes were entirely removed. They
acted with equal unanimity against the bill
which proposes to fund the public debt at
four per cent, interest, and thereby lift from
the tax payers every year a very large part
of their burden. They voted nearly to a
man against the bill which gives to the
South and West something nearer to a fair
proportion of National banking capital,
and which, on the specie basis, makes the
banking system free to all who wish to en
gage in it, as by right and justice it should
This is the record of the Democratic par
ty, in Congress, and we submit that it
estops them from complaining any more of
the public debt or high taxes.
Reader whenever you hear a Democrat
or Conservative complain of high taxes
just put these facts and figures to him.
Show him who first caused us to have a
debt, then, who increased it by corruption
and extravagance, and Jagtly, who has
been voting against thV Republicans in
Congress who have been reducing the tax
es by the millions just as fast as they dared.
The Democratic record is a shameful one,
and every man in the country should be
thoroughly informed about it.
The Latest News from Raleigh.
The trial of F. A. Wiley was concluded
before Judge Pearson at Raleigh on Friday
last. His honor said he would deliver hi
decision in two or three days.
The trial of the Kuklux prisonere still
continues. Major Burgin. of Kirk's mi
litia, was held in bonds to keep the peace.
The Standard has the following : J
u Attempted Homicide. Last night,
while the Democratic meeting was goiiig
on, three unknown parties fired at one of
Col. Kirk's lieutenants, the balls passing
through his clothes. The fire was returned,
when the miscreants fled. It is to be re
gretted that none of them were left behind
to tell the tale."
The Standard of the 27th inst. has the
following : j '
" The Kuklux turnout yesterday, in this
city, to receive Mr. Turner, reminds us
very much of Confederate times. It looked
as if Mr. Davis was still President of the
Confederacy, and Z. B. Vance Governor.
The same blind and unreasoning devotion
to " the South" the same hatred towards
the national government the same des
perate purpose to maintain the "Lost
Cause" the same want of charity the
same destitution of common sense, to say
nothing of common patriotism ; altogether
it brought to the mind the times when the
poor conscripts marched handcuffed
through our streets, when deserters were
tortured and shot, when women were roped
and whipped and their thumbs put under
the fence, and when twenty thousand Fed
eral prisoners were being starved at Aderr
sonville and Salisbury MdSrm:, ..'ifin
God save tho people of North Carolina
from another such rebellion, now well nigh
upon us! We tell the national govern
ment and the Northern people that when
this second rebellion shall begin the South
ern traitors, nearly all of whom are Ku
klux, will fight as the Spaniards fought the
first Napoleon, and that it will take more
lives and more money to put down this
second rebellion, now impending, than it
did the first. We warned the people of this
State in I860 against war, and now, ten
years later, we warn them again." Ashe
Look to Your Interests!
T HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE A SMALL
A quantity of gikcixb
Ramsdcll Norway Oats,
CLE.15, SOIXD AND IXMIIED.
September and October is thought by many who hare
tested the Oats to be the proper time to sow them.
Mads to purchasers taking TEN BUSHELS or more.
3 For rriee per bushol apply to
william p. nosms,
New Market, East Tkxs.
Seed Warranted as AbOTC Represented.
LACKEY & O'CONNER,
Livery and Sale Stable,
CORNER CLINCH. AND PRINCE STS.,
Best Stock of Ilorses in the State,
BUGGIES. ROCKAATAYS, C4" Ar'.
rilAETONS, Ac, o
1X LY assure the pu
Stato. Stabling at all i
COAL! CO i.
A. S. MARII7ER,
Successor to the Knoxville Coal Company, and t
Mariner & Brown
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
Knoxville and vicinity that he will continue the
Coal and Wood Trade,
As heretofore, at the Coal Yard, foot of Cumberland
and Clinch streets, and respectfully solicts a share of
He will not allow himself to be excelled in the quali
ties o" Wood and Coal he may keep, and will promptly
fill orders with which he may be favored, delivering
fuel to all parts of the city.
Office on Gay street, next door to Captain Walley'g
Tobacco Store. A. fcj. MARINER.
Knoxville, Tenn. inne 5-tf
0. B, SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
91 GAY STREET,
Merchants and others from the country
are respectfully requested to give us a call
befere purchasing, for wejwill not be undrr
sold. 0. B. Sailfi.
apl 6 ly
THREE SPECIAL" PREMIUMS
Ramsdell Norway Oats!
First For the Largest Yield from One
Acre, with Best Two linshels of the Oats,
A liOLD .UDD.IL!
Second For the Best Shear or Bundle,
A SILVER MEDAL!
Third For the Largest Stalks Grown from
a Single Grain,
H LAS CH ARD'S CELEBRATED CHFRX!
TnE SECOND AND THIRD SHOULD BE GATH
ered before ripened, in order to preserve the heads
perfect and prevent shattering.
The above Premiums will be awarded by the appro
priate Committee of the East Tennessee Division 1 air,
to be held at Knoxville this Fall. Entree to be made
by the grower.
We cordially invite all who have the Ramsdell Nor
ways to enter for on or all of the premiums.
HOUGH & CHURCH,
jnn!5-tf. Gat St.. Knoxville, Ten.
" JOHN L. MURPHY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IX CHANCERY,
r. S. Commissioner and-Notary Public
JUDGE TEMPLE'S Old Office on GAY STREET.
Bet. Main and Hill Streets, near the Chronicle Office.
WnERE HE CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND DU-
ring business hours, except when professionally
SParticular attention paid to the settling up of
Estates, perfecting Titles to Real Estate, Ac.
"TnE FARMER'S FAVORITE"
Awarded Forty First Premiums, besides
Medal, &c, at the Fall Fairs of
the Mary land institute, .Baltimore, iua, ;,-.
BICKFORD Sc 1.ITJFF3LA3STX, Pat's , nud Prop'rs.
The Only Perfect Grain Drill in the World ! !
c . . . ..... .
ertain in Distribution, accurate in Measurement of Peed used, and poMessing more facilities nd convenient
for adjust-nent to quantity, and practical operations in the field, than any other Drill manutactured.
The Only Grain Drill Having a Double Set of Distributors.
Which, without adding any weight, gives the Farmer two Drills in one. One seeding wheat, rye or luckwheat
in large or small quaatitiea, the other seeding oatiOSarley.eorn. peas and other coarse grain with equal accuracy
without clogging, skipping or breaking of seed. The only Drill whiea throws out of gear by the automatic ac
tion of the lube Lifter, and covers all the seed distributed. Has
The Only Really Practical, Durable gpring Tube In the Market.
"IT HAS THE BEST FERTILIZING ATTACHMENT IN USE,"
And which for years has held the first position in all localities where guano, bone dnst. lime and super-phosphate
are used. Sows all these fine fertilizers, as well as ashes, plaster and salt perfectly. Whether it be dry or
damp, it puts the fertilizer used in the drills with tho grain, thus giTing it (the grain) the entire and immediate
benefit of the fertiliier used. By a recert improrement. we put this under the immediate control of the opera
tor, enabling hun to use his fertilizer on the barren portions of his field, and husband it upon the fertile parts.
The GUANO ATTACHMENT must be ordered with tio Drill, if desired, as it cannot afterwards be attached.
MVtaTor iAibbbr Grain funnels, as dejired.! Doubl Reversible Steel Points on Tubes.
Broad Faced Wheels andWrought Ironjxlee,
Acknowledging in the decline of prices of farm preduec, and the closeness of financial matters among our
patrons, the justice of their claim for a corresponding reduction in the price of farm implements, we hare deter
mined to reduce the price of Grain Drills to tne old standard of I860. . .
Confident a discriminating public will appreciate our eflbrt, and avail themselves of this golden opportunity
to secure one of these most useful labor-saving implements at old prices, while labor still ranges at a war stan
we have established the following prices for Drills, delivered on board boat or cars at Baltimore :
8 Tube Grain Drill $S5 I 9 Tube Grain Drill, with Guano Attachment 4120
9 Tube Grain Drill iX) Grass Seed Attachment to either the above 10
8 Tube Grain Drill, with Guano Attachment 115 Gum Spring Tubes to either the above- 10
Our 8 and 9 Tube Drills all have the tubes 8 inches apart.
Tubes put in a line or sig-iag, as desired by the purchaser, without any extra charges.
t3- Goods warranted in material and manufacture, as well as work.
W. Ii. IltXKIXGIIAM, Gen'l Ajrent,
eptt-2m. BALTIMORE. ilD.
3X. C. WILCOX, Pres't.
Offiee, 91 Gay Street,
(Ex. & Dep t B'k B'd'g.) Knoxville, Tenn.
WILCOX MINING COMPANY,
Miners and Wholesale Dealers in Coal and Coke
We are prepared to contract for
MANUFACTURING. GAS AND GRATE COALS.
For Manufacturing and Gae : ;
The Celebrated Emory River Coals.
MORGAN, CAMPBELL AND
Delivered by river or rail
F. W. KUHLHAK
KERN & CO.,
Bakers & Confectioners,
MARKET SQUARE, WEST 6IDE,
UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY AN
- NOUNCE to the public that they are prepared to
lurnieh, on the shortest notice,
Of the beet manufacture and on the most reasonable
We have recently erected the newet and most im
proved machinery for Baking purpoe and for the
Candied Goods or Evcrj Description, J
And one of the partners, Mr. F. W. Kchlmax, is uni
versally recognized as a
We can, therefore, furnish everything in the Bakery
and Confectionery line at as low prices as the same ar
ticles can be purchased anywhere in the country, and
superior to the general average of goods bought in the
Parties desiring Bread, Cakes and Confections, are re
spectfully asked to try our manufacture before pur
Our facilities are such that wo can furnish the most
superior Candy, manufactured from the purest sugars,
at as low a price as the candies can be imported.
Goods sold at wholesale and retail.
june4-tf West side Market Square.
UNITED STATES MAIL.
Tost Office Department, 1
"Washington, August 16th, 1S70.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT. THE
Contrrct Office of this Department until 3 o'clock.
p. if, of November 1st neat (to be decided by the i'osV,
for carrying the mails of the Tnitcd tsn'esfrom No
vember 15th, 1870. to Jnne 30th, 174, a iho following
routes in the States of Tennessee : -
From LoudolX to Rock wood and back i
six times a week, in suitable and safe
Steamboats. : .'
Bidders to state distance and pronoijo schedule of de
partures and arrivals. ,
From Rockwood to Chattanooga and
back twice a week, in suitable and afe
Steamboats. , , ...
Bidders to Rtate distance and propose .schedules of
departures and arrivals, - -
For forms of proposal, guarantee and certificate, and
also for instructions as to the conditions to be embraced
in the contract, Ac, see advertisement of October 80th.
1S69, inviting proposals for mail service in Tcnnese. ,
to be found at the principal post offices.
Bids should be sent in sealed envelopes, superscribed.
"Mail proposals. State of Tennessee," an addressed
to the Second Assistant Postmaster. ,
JXO. A. J. CRESW1TLL,
aug20-w4t. Postmaster GeaeraL
C. M. McGIIEE.
JOS. R. MITCHELL,
People's Bankof Knoxville
Office ; Ocoee Bank Building, Gay Street,
Will transact a General Banking and Brokerage Bu-
alntim wamawa TiAwMtB icon a Tii fif itf T)0nnif
deal in Exchange, buy Gold and Silver, Bank Notes, I
T k l J t ' . 1 I
We prefer that Collectors of Revenue should come in
person or lend funds by an agent instead of by mail or
express. JOS. R. MITCHELL.
apl 27-tf Cashier.
Diploma, Special Recommends, Silver
1869, including a Silver Medal at
Tt. C, FROST, Sec'y.
Office, Drake Bros., Bankers,
16 Broad Street, New York City
ANDERSON COUNTY COALS
to all parts of the South.
WILCOX HIXIN COSIPAJfY.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE
Is published Every Morning, (Mondays
exccpieaj ana aviii cuuiuui
The Telegraphic Dispatches,
Home ami Foreign IVews,
And also Reports and Reviews of the
Iu which business men and the people geiv
erally are interested.
Special attention will be given to the
And no pains or expense spared to make
the Daily a Live Newspaper.
Per week, delivered by carrier, $ .'-"O
Per month. " i( " 75
For 3 months,
Job Printins: Office.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
entirely new Job Printing Office,
Latest Styles of Type and Presses,
and are now prepared to do all kinds of
Executed in the neatest manner and at
Scud your orders to
Rl'LE . TIRttATFR,
rpHE NEXT SESSION OP TIIIS INSTITUTION.
X located at Athens, Tekx., will commence on
FIRST DAT OF SEPTEMBER XEXT,
And continue twenty weeks. Both Ladies and Gentle
men are admitted. Instruction is given by
Competent and Experienced Teachers
In all the branches included in a full Classical Colle
giate course, as well as in the Scientific, Preparatory
and Academio courses.
Is pleasart and healthful, and the community is moral
and intelligent. Accommodations are abundant, an4
tuition and other expenses as reasonable as at any ethe.
Institution of the same grade in East Tennessee.
Board in private families, including' room furnished,
fuel, lights, and washing, $3.00 per week. Students can
board themselrei for about $1.00 to 11.25 per week.
N. E. COBLEIGH,
fails to cure. It is prepared expressly to core the Piles
and nothing else, and has cured eases of over 20 years
standing. Sold by all Druggis. Laboratolt, 142
Fkakkux Sr., BitTmoai. aug9-ly
nnn REWARD, FOR ANY CASE
UUU Blind Bleeding, Itching, or Ulcerated
7 Piles, that D Biasr'a Pile Remedy
Real Estate Agent,
Attorney at law I $ '
Conreyanccr and Commissioner of Dtdt Lot Xlohigaa,
Ohio. Georgia, eta, eto.
Real LEstatcp of- ;Eymt DescrJptl
Bougbt, hold, uicnangea, uemta
or. Leased. ,
Rents collected and faxes paid tn all frtt of Eart
xhrouah actiro and responsible eorrespeadeata, I mm
rare all business connected with Real hsuu prtti
and faithfully attended to in all partt f the laitet
Abstract of title carefully prepared, and
Renting, care and management of city trepeitf aada
Deeds, Mortgages and other papers relating
to neat iiaie. prompuj, auu
. . j i i
Read the list iriren below of a few ef die ptSJOertie
h hioh I offer for sale.
CITY LIST :
Vnliia.llo X.ot for Sole.
, I OFFER rOETT OK TH CHOICEST LOTS NOBTH tT
ra RAismoAD. .Jrt affobdixq th a8i istbtit
SOW OS THt MABKST. COBJIB ioT UVltt
Call asd look otsb Plat axd Xap.
No. 372 Choice Gay street loU
NO. 523 A choice building Iot.arge, and Watifalk
located, near the LniTemty, about en mil Jrem
No, 597-Brick cottage, new and well latlt. b a de
sirable lot, well sodded, with fruit tree aet eat Jkeu
good cistern. Price JiHJO, and $500 raqvired in eaah.
No. 601-Building- site. 200 'feet fquare, en Wrnatk
road, one mile from Market Square. $350.
No. 591Store house and residence en Depet Sanarfl,
Sweetwater. Buildings large and in good order; let
larjre, well improved and well located in one of tie
prettiest and pleasanteet village in EaatTenneeae.
Rents for MM a year, and worth much mora U a ma
wishing a good location for businesa and a horn.
No. 5'.0A choice lot, central and yet retired, wltk a
fine riew of the city, mountaina and rirer, en ef
our best streets, sidewalks, gaa, k e 80x110 feet. $13lt.
Two valuable lota on Gay street for sale.
No. 51S Excceding!y comfortable and desirable wei
denco, with II acres of finely improved ground, on turn
pike, two miles from Knoxville.
No. 526 Large and well finished konse In Bast Knex
ville. with finely improved loU. Location very geod.
30 Loio in En st Knoxville. ranging from $?4 te $501
No. 439 Three adjoining lots, with large house, sta
bles, etc., on Depot street, for sale or exchange for a
No. 402 Suburbn residence one and a half ailee
from Knoxville Postofiice. 26 acres of good tree ad aad
comfortable buildings, excellent water, desirable lega
No 441 Forty desirable lots in. Fairvjew. aear flhe
residence of G. M. Branner, Esq.; convenient to the De
pot and Manufactories, lligh, well lying ground, a at
in a rapidly iinproAing neighborhood. ,
No. 454 Ilouse and well improved grounds ef 8 aeres
beautifully located on Tarn pike road, and en aa ele
vation overlooking the city, and affording a tne view
and a cool breeze all through the summer.
Two dcrnMe Lots, each with a small House, la At
heart of the City, on one of our best street.
Valuable and Cheap.
No. 51 P74 acres in two tracts, lying near tegetaer
but not joining. Two cood Watbb Powim, keh
improv ed ono with Grist Mill, the other Saw Hill aaa
Carding Machine. Some very valuable farming land.
Heavy timber, which is accessible and easily marketed.
2U0 acres of rich land now in cultivation. New frame
house. Abundant snpply of fruit. 8 miles from Kaox-
vuie, au . only ?.,;?. jsome ume auowea on part pay
ment. No. 6tG 300 acres of rich, well-lying land, nearly afl
in heavy timber, with a very Valuablb Mill. Half .
mile from Lenoir's Station, on the East Tennessee, Tlr
ginia ami Georgia Railroad. 20 acres in cultivates.
Good buildings, and a quantity of fruit treee.
No. 102 75 aeres of land, with good timber nnd wa
ter. 30 acres fit for cultivation, and good soil. IS mice
from Knoxville. Small house and stable. Wine fruit.
No. 54fV-Tract of 150 acr, 6 miles from KnoxvUle.
Good soil, water and location. This tract will be i
tideo to suit purchasers into tracts of from ten to sixtr
acres, and at from $20 to $30 per acre, according te lega
tion. n good road, and near a railroad atatiea. Lead
lies wen, ana is mucn oi it secuea down.
No. 442 Thirty-five lots in the Railroad additioa te
Knoxville, ranging from 25x100 to 300x300 in siae. and
from S200 to $2,Oijo in price. The location ef these lata
central, elevated and in a good and fast imjaawiM -neighborhood,
makes them very desirable, item U
mutt be told, and are offered at prices which make it an
inducement to buy. ...
, For Rent s.
A small but neat house of five rooms with perch, geed
eistern and well, 3 acres of ground, one mile frem the
city, on good road. Rent. $10 per month, with aae e
ground for garden.
i lfty 50 acres of open land near Knoxville, meet ef
it set in grass, good water. Will be rented for a tam
For Sale or Rent $
The steam mill property, large and convenient buIVJ
wg, powerful engine, admirable location on RailroavA
and Turnpike road. Building and machinery ia per
fect order. Large lot, '
; Farm , Property i
No. 515-Farm of 400 acres on nine's Creek, six miles
vuuwu, Douom iana, ail wen ruiN
ed for meadow land. 12 acres now in fint.w i
abundant supply of water and timber, a number of sa-
differently good buildings. -
No. 510-4. 24 acre homestead, log house and stable
13 acres in cultivation, good fruit treee. spring and
and churches. Price $j00.
No. 501 Excellent farm, over 200 acres; brick reai
lence. lanre barn and heavv tirabnr. in.i
limestone land, 3?i miles frem Knoxville. ' $3,000. One
No. 524 A choice farm of 7TY1 rv
The beft of upland soiL rood timhr nt .... j F
... " " a.v .114 UB
No. 419 A river farm of 1W acres. trnw nit on
in cultivation, timber very heavy and valuable!
No. 373 Farm of 171 acres In Ttlnnnt M..t.
good soil and location, with a valuable water m
six miles from Railroad. Price $2,700.
No. 445 Farm of 160 acres. 2 miles fro rUn us
acresin cultivation, good water; and timber. Price,
No. 40 A farm of VfS arres. 4 miles from KaoxviHe
l a very pleasant road. The well bnnwm i J
as "Lyon's View " is on this farm and furnishes a verr
tine building site. 75 acres in cultivation ef terr rlih
land, some 8 acres river bottom land.
No.5.32 Farm of 400 acres, near Coal Creek. A W-
No. .')'il 200 aeres. wll imnul f... .
farms, near Jonesboro. The land U good and highly
improved: bui ilinirs and frnm r.ii.... SaY
trees, two handsome houses of 7 rooms each 111 aJvi.
in cultivation, five springs. Price $6,001. "
No. 5i-Farm of 400 acres of strong soiL Abaadaa
supply of good water and Umber. . ev
'.l(Li"?n8ia-Cu,nlberUndcoant5'- Plateau land
iV."iC Acres in Morgan souaty.
Loth of from 1 to 35 acbks. rich. hrJ L,i
MILES FROM KXOXVILLB. '
No. 557 Farm ef 112 acres, 14 mile nortku
ivnnvviiie. in gon,i neighborhood. Yerr ri.L.u
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ACCACY r- ..,
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
x ire Insurance Co.
Cap:!! and Snrplns, $14,000,000 Gold
RltniRDSON, BURR & TERRY,
Waiib Stbket Railroad Cbossiso, f
Dressed Flooring, Ceiling, "Weather-
Boarding, Broom Handles, ,(
Axe Handles, Pick
Handles, Spokes, Felloes. s ...
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, &cn &c.