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Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lott Found
-ciUbeinrUdintkicolwnat 23 Cento each tVt-
tertvon, not exceeding Jive line ; ever Jive lme, a
Cents for each additional line trill be charged.
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 4, 1870.
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. -r " Take Notice.
jSereafter, call on gentlemen to become candidate; or
matter of a pcrtonnl nature, will be cherged for a ad
eertiitment. SE5D rs THE JIEWS.
We extend a special invitation to onr friends to send
us brief and pointed letten, giving items of interest in
their several localities. We desire to hare something
of local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee
A Democratic Fizzle.
For several weeks past the Democratic papers
of the district have been circulating a call for a
Congressional convention to meet hero on next
Tor sonic days, the organ and its neighbor
have been publishing a call for a county conven
tion to nominate delegates to the district con
vention. The county convention met yester
day, and was one of the'most decided lizzies
have ever described. We were not present
Talk" Between Two Wives.
" About a week after Thanksgiving, " writes
a lady who signs her name Emma D. Ellerson,
and dates her letter ' Bartlett street, Brooklyn.
E. D., " " me and my friend Mrs. A. McDaren,
my next-door neighbor, had a serious talk about
our husbands. Mine 13 a lithographic printer,
and her's a picture-frame gilder. They had
both l een working over-hours, and were com
pletely broken down, rested badly, couldn't eat,
and complained of sick headache. "We had
' TERMS OF SrBSCRIPTTOX. ..
Per week, delivered by carrier t .20
Per month. 75
For 3 months, " " " 2 25
For 6 months, " 'V " 4 00
One year, " ' " ' 00
A great many Southern merchants who have
bu n North are returning to their homes.
V" " Personal.
Mr. A. Simpson, of the firm of II. Mann &
Ce.,., returned yesterday from a trip to the
Northern cities, where he has been to lay in his
fall and winter goods.
Fine Sweet Potatoes.
Luko Wilds, Esq., brought to our office yes
terday some of the finest sweet potatoes we have
ever seen. One measured 13 inches in circum
ference and the other was 1" inches long.
The ill-fated No. 9 locomotive, that exploded
her boiler- at Sweetwater the other day, was
brought to the shop yesterday afternoon by the
freight train. From the looks of it, we think it
has made its last trip.
liKS new men. men strength and health are
thoroughly recruited, appetite good, spirits
cheerful, and they say they can bear twice the
fatigue, without inconvenience, that they could
a month ago. Thinking that the proprietors of
such an excellent remedy have a right to know
the good it is doing, I send you these lines
.. ' J f ' Xobody Hurt.
et on the corner of Gay and Main streets yester
day, which went off without doing any damage.
Some little excitement was created, and the po
lice coming up, the man who dropped the wea
pon went off too.
Board of Trade.
The Knoxville Beard of Trade M ill meet in
annual convention at their rooms this evening
at 71 o'clock. It is hoped and expected that
every member will be present. The annual re
ports will be submitted and officers elected for
the ensuing year. J. W. Gaut, Secretary.
mAt . ramp Heet inc.
The camp meeting of the Methodist Episcopal
Church will commence at Fountain Head on
Thffwday, Septembers, at2 p.m. Iter. N. E.
Cojdeigb, D. D., will preach at 11 o'clock Sab
bath -day. - Other eminent divines are expected
to be present and assist in the Eervices during
wt M. E. Conference.
TEeannual session of the Holston Conference
of the XL E. Church will be held in the city of
Kn'oiv.ille, commencing September 2S. By
previous resolution, the committees and classes
of examination of the 1st, 2d, 3d and 4ih years
are requested to meet at the M. E. church on
the 2Tth, at 2 r.v. John F. Spe.vce,
. Secretary of last Conference.
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The, Republican voters of Knox county are
hereby requested to meet at the Court House in
Knoxville on Saturday, the 17th day of Sep
tember, for the purpose of selecting delegates to
thr State Conrention at Nashville on the 22d.
Let thfra ha a full B.ftand.tnr.
. Chairman County Executive Committee.
. . - Hanled Down.
The-Loudon Star has taken down Gen. John
C. tBrown's name from its masthead. The Star
is independent in politics, under the new man
agement. Mr. Harrison, in his salutatory, says
he will make a "specialty of ventilating imbe
cility in office at home or abroad." If he only
does the first he will have his hands full and his
'Preparatory Vnlversity Sehool.
We are gratified to learn that the Trustees of
the East Tennessee University, have engaged
the services of a very competent teacher for
'their Preparatory Department. Mr. Charles
S. Newman, educated at the University of Vir
ginia and for two years past, a successful teach
er in the Male Academy at Columbia, Tennes
seej ha accepted the position, and will enter on
his 3nties here next week.
ourselves, xor auer .toecame evident that a fail-I heard that Plantation Bitter? was firstratcin
ure was certain, it was decided to hold the con- I 6Uch cases ; so we sent for two bottles, and per
vention at an hour when "outsiders" would not I 6Uaded our husbands to try the effect. It work-
be about So, just about the time most people ed like a charm ; and now, after taking the Bit
were at dinner, the court house bell rang vigor- ters for four weeks, they are both, so to speak
ousiy, ana me laitniui gradually gathered. And
such a gathering as there was. They were but
few in number, but they came for "biz," and
determined to do up their work and adjourn.
It was on the principle of taking a dose of med
icine the sooner it was over the better.
When some twenty or more had assembled,
our aldermanic friend,Eufe Bearden,was called
to the chair. Eufe is a clever fellow and makes
a capital alderman, but had on this occasion too
much of an eye to business. He stated briefly
the objects of the meeting, and declared it was
a genuine Conservative convention, and no
milk and cider thing about it. Mr. Bearden
was flanked by two secretaries Mr. J. A. Hood
of the Whig, and J. B. Howard, one Fof the
beautiful, high-toned trio who grind at the
On motion, committee was appointed to name
delegates to the district convention two from
each wad of the city, and two from each dis-,
trict of the county. W. L. Ledgerwood, A.
Caldwell, Thos.O' Cornier and Bob Woods were
appointed as said committee.
While the committee were out, several gentle
men were asked to speak, but nary a Epeech
could be had. Business was uppermost in every
mind. There was not enthusiasm ononp-h in tli
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Knoxville Wholesale Market.
Ilcview of the Produce Market for the week
ending September 5, 1870.
" KitXTille Irea CwIbuh.
"The simple purity of Sea Moss Farine, its
auhiiuwitjugeu iieaiiniuinoss, unnvaica navor,
delicacy, great convenience and economy-, wn.
win for it, as wo believe it deserves, the fore
most place among all articles intended for simi
lar purposes. "
.tor sale at John L. lludiburg'a, Market
Gleanings from State Exchanges.
An inoffensive man, seventy vears of arc.
named John Buck, was killed in Giles county.
last Tuesday night. He was tied to a tree and
his throat cut by men in disguise. Mr. Buck
was a Baptist minister.
A rare freak of nature can be seen in Shelby-
viae, in ine snape oi a iour-iegged chicken.
The owner has the maternal parent of the bird
and asks 82 per dozen for the
The commissions of the newly elected Judges
of the Supreme Court have been made out
They are on parchment, and the engraving is
elegantly executed. They have been forwarded
to Governor Senter for his signature.
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a'oi , ou, of his pock, f ''' -T gallVry'lo SU to dSTo
The Knoxville Turn Verein will give a grand
iuvitation moonlight festival and concert at Mr.
J. T', Haupt's garden on Monday evening, Sep
tember 12th. Vocal and instrumental music
will lend their melody to make the tim pass
pleasantly. Those who have attended others of
a similar, nature know that if the weather is fa
vorable a pleasant time will be had. We will
publish the programme, &c, in due time.
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- - Grain Drill.
We call attention to the advertisement of W.
L. Buckingham, of Baltimore, 3Iaryland, one
of the heaviest dealers in agricultural imple
ments in the country. This is one of the best of
farming machines, and ia known as the "Farm
er's Favorite." It is the only Grain Drill hav
ing a double set of distributors, and has a most
convenient fertilizing attachment. Bickford &
Huffman are partners and proprietors. The
prices have been reduced to the scale charged
before the war.
Capt. Lcinart requests us to say that if any
person in Knoxville has not been called upon by
the senBus taker he would be glad to have them
report the fact to him at the court house on
Wednesday and Thursday next. We hope all
persons overlooked, if any have been, will take
pains to report, as we want to show as large a
population for the city as possible. It is impor
tant, for many reasons, that we should interest
ourselves in this matter and see that every in
of the speakers present.
The committer- . rncd andrcporteda longlist
of delegates. "Wc haven't room for thc:n, but
among the city delegates were James R. CocLe,
Th. O' Conner and Thos. A. Lewis, and from
the country, Maj. D. A. Carpenter, Wm. P.
crippen, fc. Anderson, W. Wilhoit, and W.
Walker and others.
kjii jiivliuii ui dames wniiams, r.sq., it was
resolved that after the district convention ad
journs next Saturday, Knox and Roane county
delegates should nominate a Senator, and Knox
county delegates a Representative for the next
1 he convention then adjourned. We heard of
several of those present, and prominent leaders
in the city, declaring it a fizzle. Col. John
Williams' friends, we understand, are dissatis
fied, but do not know why. The delegates, as
far as wc know them, are all his friends. One
of the delegates present, after the convention
adjourned, was very zealous in urging upon one
of our Republican friends not the Attorney
General, either to allow his name to go before
the convention Saturday, assuring him that if he
did lie could be nominated. This is one proof
ol the demoralization that has spread among the
faithful. The policy of the junior cyclops has
had its influence. We advise our old and
staunch Democratic friend, John Williams, to
look out, or next Saturday he will be thrown
overboard for a good Radical.
The convention, by vote of all present, was
decided a fizzle, and does not augur well for the
terribly enthusiastic canvass they expected to
The Farrasnt Rcsolnlions.
In response to the resolutions adopted -p.t the
meeting in Knoxville, held shortly after the
death of Admiral Farragut, a copy of which
were forwarded to his wife and son, the follow
ing reply has been received :
Fout Fr.EnLE, Maixk, 1
Aug. 2lth, 1870.
To iron. Horace Maynard, E. T. Hall, P. Dick
bison, Joseph A. Cooper, W. J. Raniage, Com
mittee of Resolutions; Thos. W. Humes,
Chairman ; II. M. Alkln, Secretary:
Gextlemex: The result of the proceedings
of a. meeting of the prominent citizens of Knox
ville, on the 17th inst, has been received by my
mother and self, and I assure you most truly ap
preciated. Such a tribute of respect to my
father' sjinemory will be ever cherished by us
who knew so well his feelings with regard to
Tennessee. It was the wish of his heart for
inanj' years to soe once more his native place ;
"out public duties and ill health prevented this
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wish imm oemg reauzau. Alio sentiments ex
pressed in your resolutions, the kind expressions
of sympathy tendered, assure us how heartily
he would have been welcomed among you.
Will you please accept our heartfelt thanks for
the kindness extended to us who mourn the loss
of a devoted husband and affectionate father.
I am, gentlemen,
Very respectfully and sincerely yours,
2d Lieut. 5th U. S. Artillery.
kept open in thev evening and on Sundays.
The first newspaper in Central Asia has
just been issued in the city of Tashkend,
m Turkestan. It is called the Turkictan-
. tearatoga has had 100,000 visitors this
cummer ; Cape May, 150,000 ; Atlantic City,
iov,(xi ; Jjong jirancn, iuu,wu ; ana .New
port about 100,000.
The CnROXtci-E, being the only Republican
daily in the whole State, has a general circula
tion, and affords fine inducements to adver
Plain pink or green Swiss muslin dresses
flounced and trimmed with white Valen
ciennes lace make very beautiful and sty
ish evening dresses, and are very fashionable.
The best lot of Bacon nams, Sides and Shoul
ders in Knoxville something nice for family
use clar of bug; delivered at your residence
free of drayage by John L, Hudiburg,
sept3-tf Temple's Block, Market Square.
East Tennessee Female Institnte.
The fall term will begin Wednesday, Septem
ber 7, at 9 o'clock, a. v., at which time we wish
to see present the Board of Trustees, and as
many of the parents as possible. Interesting ex
ercises may be expected. After the retirement
of visitors, the examinations for the classifica
tions of pupils will commence at 0:30. The first
day will be the most important one cf the "
Pupils will please take note and I
First bell at 8:30. M. C
BAR IROX, ,
RAILROAD SPIKES, (
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' Corrected by J. W. GAUT. Ko. 25 Market Squre TTAAT ' WA"rT'l TXT
. Ksoxvilie, Saptamier 5. 1878,
- The transactions in wheat daring the past week were
very limited, owing in part to the active decline no
ticed last eek, bat chiefly on account of the damaged
condition of wheat offered for sale.
There has been no advance established in the Eastern
markets, and oar latest advices show a want of firm
ness, but wa hope to see an improvement in the foreign
demand as soon as it is known the European war has
quotatioh3. : !-:.:
We quote prime white wheat, dry and clean, at $1.00.
Prime Amber, dry and clean, at 90395c. ' Prime red,
dry and clean, at S090. Trashy and tough wheat
ranges from 50c. to 80c., according to condition.
- Oats About as last quoted. In the absence of orders
from the South, there is no shipping demand. Farmers
offer freely at 33c., and shippers buy reluctantly at 30c.
Cobs Brings 7oc. loose from wagons. No shipping
Flour Local demand supplied by our mills at $2.75
3.00 par sack.
Bacox In good demand for the local trade at prices
above a shipping margin. llS?a. loose from the
wagon." Orders are filled at 20c. for sides, l"17Kc. for
shoulders, aad 1921c. for hams, according to cut and
LARD-From wagons 17lSc. Orders filled at 20c.; by J Q Q J' A.'1V'L) COKE.
me package, uun.
Fkathebs-DuII at5060o. '. -'
Ectteb For fresh and yellow, in shipping packages,
20c. : ,
Egos Wanted at 12?i5c. by the quantity, in ship
VBiEiFBtJiTS--reeled apples 33ic.p B-; peaahes,
halves, 3fitc; blackberries 67c. We wish to pur
chase large quantities of dried fruit.
Salt S3.00 par sack.
Potatoes Irish, worth 50c.tl.00 per bushel. If the
farmers will select their potatoes, and bring us only ,
large, smoothe potatoes, wo can ship large quantities
Sickness, Pain and Death
Legitimatclv result as peualties for TH!atlons of Mturm!
laws, from Which none can escape.
The faded cheek, the rale and wan features, tie dull
eve. the clouded intellect, the deep heaving sigh, tae
feeble and emaciated frame, the dejected brew, the Ut
tering gait, all indicate previous transgression of U.
Knowing that "procrastination is the thief et tie," aft
intelligent beings apply for some remedy as soon as oir
cunutances permit; while those who do not act upon the
principle that "delays are dangerous," generally linger,
lose more time and pay more money.
Thousands of mothers and daughters, hi all stations
and conditions of life, are suffering, lingering and dy
ing from the effects of some dreaded and dreadful
IX IX s
That claim3 ita victims thonghout the length and
breadth of our land.
Many females suffer in some way at each monthly pe
riod; some girls are in great peril at the commencement
MIWFRQ A N ri- fl'F Al FRS the "turn of life." Sometimes the menstrual flow is too
lis .MO All U U LnLLIIOI much, or too little, or may be attended with paia; may-
bo irregular or entirely cneeRea, or cnangea in appear
ance, attended with other distressing symcajms. Le
corrhcea, or the "Whites," frequently drains tie sys
tem, or ulceration of the womb may create pain aad
cause rapid prostration.
falling of the womb is an exceedingly common com
plaint, giving much trouble and distress, which, aider
ordinary treatment, id difficult to cure.
llvatorira l4rAn iilrnpsa. TrritAhilitv nf thm Wonfl.
and other serious and fatal complaints follow the fema)
sex throughout life. Lives there a medical gentl an
who has or can relieve the fair sex of the ahova trot
bles? Not many. Is there no combination of reme
dial agents that will come to her rescue ? We answer.
CelebraUw Aadersi fun.j
Tbrsfl Hundred Sizes or
feitakfe for Farming and Mechanical
KnoxTille Retail Market.
Ecttsb 2535 ?. t.
Lard It., 2225c.
Vegetables Onions, dried. Deck. 2025.
Potatoes, peck, 1520e. Beets, peck.2 ie.
UHEESE I K, &.iOc.
Eggs H dozen. 1520a.
Poultry Turkeys. 60c(31.00. Chickens. 2096 cents.
Ducks, low itjc.
Fish White FL-h. lb.. 1012. Catfish, l10c.
rerch, luc. Slacken: '., . feJOe.
Beef Hind quarters. V ft.. VXV2c.x choice eut?. V
lb., loc. ; bteak pnd Koast, 12c. ; ordinary cuts, tClOc.
IlL'TTON T ".. IOC.
Veal S !., lV-fi.
Pork tb.. 12Vv(ai"c.
Bacox Ham. lb.. 20r 2214c. Shoulders. 1718c.
.Sausage rresh, rb., I0;3c. ; colegna, loc.
Tripe f lb., 8c.
Pics' Feet v dozei, 30c.
Vexisox Hams. 12015c.
Flour Family, V sack, J3.003.60; Extra, J15O05.
MEAL-f bushel. J1.U0.
Xcw York Market
Sept. 5. Money easy;
Partioular attention gtren to
REBUIIaPIQ and repairing
Saw, Flour and Bark
5afi. - Sterling
closed dull: sixes 81: coupons 14: 62s 13: 64s 11:
6n 11: new 9Ji: 6Ts 9: CSs VA: 40s 9. Southern secu
rities closed steady; lenncssees bir-R; new w. Vir
ginias 6:: new br. Louisiana 70; new 64; levee pixes
;;. Alabama eiehtbs 99: lives 70. Georgia sixes I -A:
eveno w. lortn Carolina? b2; new sz'z. coutu taro-
mas new tv.
Sr.fr York. SeDt. 5. Cotton auiet and very steady.
Sales 700 bales at 201 4c. Flour State and Wejtern
superfine $4oao.l5: Southern dull and lower, So.20a
40: common to fair extra So.40aso.a; good to choice
M.n i- ,IT, t .t , , ,1 T A, J
o.jias9.DU. v neai laze, lower, aun: EDrins i.oo: win
ter red and AVestern Amber S1.2Sal,30 ; new white
Southern $1.35; amber State $1.30. Corn declining.
new mixed Western 82aS4VSc. iJeet steady and quiet;
new plain mess 12al6c.; new extra 16al9c. Provisions
dull and unchanged. Pork heavy; new mess $27.37a
27.50. Lard heavy; kettle lValTKo. Whisky un-
92Va93e Groceries firm and in fair demand. Na-
va.1 trp nipt and Rtcadv. Tumentine in food in-
S1F fia2&J). noun nniet ana verv nrm. l.Wi:
' 81.09. Tallow duU. 9a9c. Freights
WROUGHT AND CA8T
English Female Bitters,
The only acknowledged Uterine Tonic and Female Reg
ulator known, will cure all those complaints above
mentioned in an incredibly short time. The Bitters at
once arouses, strengthens and restores the womb to its
natural condition, removing obstructions, relieving
pain and regulatiDg the monthly period. Yonder
stands a pale, feeble and languid girl, just bursting in
to womanhood: she is the pride of all. but hark 1 she
silently steals a pickle, eats chalk, or a slate pencil; no
appetite for food; she turns with a dull eye and seeks
solitude; her eye no longer sparkles, her merry laugh
is no longer heard ringing through the air: ahe mopes
about with bloodless lips and gums, with headache,
palpitation, constipation, swimming of the head, sola
feet and hand, melancholy; she has a coated tongue,
offensive breath, and a host of other evils too numerois
When neglected all these symptoms become aggrava
ted, there is sick stomach, heartburn, a dark line set
tle under the eyes, the legs and ankles are swollen, the
hair loses its gloss and falls off, there is brittlenees and
splitting of the fingrer-nails, swollen abdomen, extreme
nervousncf, lrettulness. pains and aches, dry sough,
hysterical fits, rapid prostration, epilepsy and death!
If you, or any of your friends, are thus afflicted, send
at once for a liottle of English Female Bitters and be
cured. Its effects are magical in such complalats.
Surrly no mother will postpone and delay this duty
Death is at the Door.
i In all these complaints the system evidently shows a'' '
want of red blood, and Mr. Churetiillt in hie work i
Diseases of Females, says: "Bearing in mind that the
blood is remarkably deficient in red corpuscles, and the
known property of iron to correct this condition, theory
supsfcsts it as the most to be relied on, the beet of which
is the Citrate.' Citrate of Iron enters largely tote the ;
oom position of English Female Bitters, combined with j
powerful vegetable tonics of rare qualities.
.Anion? the mountains of Tennessee and the piney
wood.i of iissi.-ippi, is found a certain hard and flinty
mot, which has been in secret use by some old mid
wives lor many years, possencing magic powers in regw
latinx and restoring all females suffering with any af
fection of the womb. This root we have obtained, gave
it a fair test in onr practice, and it is now one of the
principle ingredients in these Bitters. Other powerrml t
uterine and general tonic also enter into its eoapoet- I
tion. We also add Leptandra or Black root, sufftoieat -to
act urcn the liver and keep the bowels open.
ONJ2 II UK BR ED SIZES GUDGEONS.
Blooming Young Girls,
Satddl Mud IIuim
The undersigned hiving establi
in the manufacture of Harness ana
every description, offers to the mei
farmers of Tennessee and the South the very
best article of goods in his line, all home made
and warranted superior to the general run of
Eastern mado goods, while the prices as as low
and in some cases lower, that the same good
can bo bought at in the East. Employing none
but first-class, skilled workrilcn, we acknowledge
no superior manufactures. Orders from any
locality will receive prompt and careful atten
tion and be filled with dispatch at satisfactory
prices. I solicit a trial, and know that none
who favor nie with an order will have cause to
complain cither in regard to prices or the qual
lty ol the goods.
aug27-tf. Titos. O' Conner
We notice in the market reports of the New
York Standard, a report of the eale of the first
arrival of peeled Southern peaches of the crop
of 1870. They were shipped to Messrs. J. M.
Atwater & Bro., 61 Pearl street, and were sold
for twenty cents per pound. The market price
was from 15 to 18c. The same report complains
of the grade of dried apples sent from tho
South, they bt.'ing dark and poor and slow sale.
Choice bright apples, fne cut and sliced, are in
demand and brins: high prices. As our fruit
crop is abundant, we invite the attention of our
farmers to the above. With proper care in
drying the fruit, our people can realize hand
somely on all they ship. If they ship to the
right parties in New York, their dried fruit wili
pay a handsome profit. Let them try the house
, S'in of the Zodiac.
Election of Officers.
The Turn Verein has elected the
officers for the ensuing term :
President J. F. Haupt.
Vice President F. Ileart.
Secretary C. Kolehase.
Treasurer K. Schmidt.
1st Teacher of Gymnastics F. E. Hacker,
2d " " " Jacob
Librarian- P. liitter.
Property man A. Leaderhofor.
Trustees V. H. Sturm, S. Bissingcr and
A good Steward to take charge of Dining Room.
A permauent situation to one who can come
well recommended. Apply at the
augGl-tf Bell Hocbe.
9Ii Morgan's School.
The fifth term of Miss E. T. Morgan's school
for young ladies and misses will open Septem
ber 5th, 1870, in tho Bosworth house, on Crook
ed street, between Union aEd Asylum. See cir
For Sale, Cheap,
A small skiiT, newly painted and in erood order.
i, Enquire at this office. nugl7-tf
Tho Mammoth Tonntain.
Chamberlain & Albers still maintain their
former reputation for pure soda water from their
mammoth fountain. july'28tf.
At a Sacrifice
Spring and Summer Goods for thirty days, at
Ratl & Botd's. "Wc want the money ! and
must nave the room tor tan stock, it will pay
to lay them aside lor next spring. julyJS-tt
I respectfully inform the public that I am now
prepared to turnish Lake Ice at o cents per
pound, and $4 00 per hundred. All orders by
mail or telegraph will be promptly attended, to,
julyl4-d2m Johx Sherf.
A philosopher in the West, grown into admi
ration of the Cherry Pectoral, writes Dr. Ayer
for instructions under which sign he shall be
bled, wbicli blistered, and which vomited, and
under which he shall take Ayer's Pills for an
affection of the liver ; also, under which sign his
wife should commence to take the Sarsapai illa
for her nilment. He adds that he already k nows
to wean" his calves under Tauras, change his
pigs in Scorpio, cut his hair in Aries, and soak
his feet in Pisces or Acquarius as their condi
Schoolmasters, start for Wisconsin, and visit
Mr. Ham when you got there. Loiccll Drily
All persons indebted to the M. E. Church,
Knoxville, Tenn., will save cost by calling on
me and settling the same within a few days, as
we have already waited until patience ceases to
be a virtue. W. C. Brandos', Trustee.
Jfew Omnifont Line.
We have just completed a splendid new Omnibus
which we propose to run to and from the Depot, and to
all points in the city and vicinity. Orders loft at our
Stables promptly attended to.
aug!4-tf. KERR & RICE.
We take much pleasure in calling the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of English Female Bit
ters, in another column.
This combination is regared as the Great Female
Hedicinc of the age, and is highly recommended by
the Medical Profession, and all who have tested it.
Our Female community are troubled with many
complaints peculiar to their sax, and now is the time to
secure a bottle and be cured.
The best newspaper published in Tennes
see is the Knoxville" Ciiroxicle. It is a
staunch Republican journal, and com
mends itself to the honest masses of the
country. The Chronicle well supplies
the place of Brownlow's Whicr. and is des
tined to become a general favorite with then
Republicans? of the South. AshcviUc(2f. C.,)
We are authorized and requested to announce A. II.
PETTIBONE. Esq., of Greeneville, as a candidate for
Congress from the First Congressional District of Ten
nessee subject to the decision of the Republican Con
vention of the District.
. The Daily chronicle,
.For sale at the office and at the book stores
nfiiTe cent a bop v.
Subscribe for the Chronicle.
Flour Ftely, family 15.50
msettled: 7.-ac. Whisky firm:
.rregular. Pork dull; jobbing sales
. elected, lo?$e. Jiacon in good de-
j 14J4C.: clear sides isc.
STATEMENT OF THE C0SDITI0X
NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CITY NEW YORK,
On tbe First Day of Jnly, 1ST.
Cash Capital and surplus $1,340,963 53
United States Securities . $724,350 00
Loans on Bond and Mortgage 165,400 00
Cash in Bank and hands of Agents 78,458 00
Loans on Stocks, payable on demand 192.700 00
Real estate 26,572 80
Alabama, lennessee, Urooklyn City ana
New York Bonds 7f,fiOO 00
Other securities (6,82 28
. $1,340,963 53
LIABILITIES. ' s .
Losses in process of adjustment $32,000 00 I
AH other claims 602 50
Hollow - Ware !
BOLTS, BOLT -ENDS, CAST
All Kinds ef
The COMPANY now manufacture the
In Market. All Siies from 5 t 60 Penny.
Middle-need matron?, tho.ia L thn iriti-l ar!.J mA
the aged crandraother, are all cured by the use of our
Encllfh Female Bitten, now nrpgprihmi and tw1 k.
physicians all over the country,
i If yu are troubled with railing of the Womb, at
tended with a sense of weight and bearing down pain
in the b:ick and side, and orhprnttpnilunt ;ia Vi.i;.i,
female Bitters will give entire relief.
Those at the "turn of life." mothers after confine
ment, and all others (male or female) who trwinl.
cents from any protracted or debilitating complaint,
who gain strength slowly, and whoxo digestion is slow
and imperfect, will find these Bitters the Tery thing
thrir system demands. It gives a powerful appetite,
aids and assists digestion, arouses the liver, strengthens
mentally and physically, and fills the whole system
with pure crimson blood coursing through its enannels.
Common Grogshop Bitters
State of Tennessee, Comptroller's Office,
Nashville, July 1st, 1870.
I. Ed. R. Pennebaker, Comptroller of the Treasury,
uo hereby ccrtily that the mgara t ire insurance Uom-
n..m Unril.J X Va.I in ha Until Vsnr Vl.l-
has produced to me satisfactory evidence that said
Company has complied with all the requirements of the
laws of the State of Tennessee imposed on insurance
companies; and I further certify thatMunson Bailey,
Agents of said Company, have also complied with the
requirements of the laws of the State, made and pro
vided in such cases : Wherefore, said insurance Com
pany has authority to take risks and transact tho busi
ness of insurance in this State, at Knoxville, Tennes
see. .D. ti. PENNEBAKER,
aug9-w3t. Comptroller of lennessee.
Thir Stock f, .
Bar Iron is More Uniform
Than sver before, and IfarmnHd.
Is made at the Foundry every working day
SIGN OF THE BIG GUN!
. GUNS I 1870.
WORK DONE PROMPTLY
STACY & :ANG L,
Manufacturers of nifles,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL J
niiiEita nt '- , -
BPORTING ARTICLES AND GUN
- MATERIAL ;
G. D. Water Proof and Musket Caps,
POCKET CUTLERY, FISHING -TACKLE,
SHOT, LEAD, GUN BARRELS,
And every other Article usually found in a firet class
Apcnts for the
A large lot of Powder and Fuse always on hand.
We have good workmen and aro nre pared to do re
pairing of all kinds.
Rifles Made to Order.
We are still buvine Old Arms. Send for Prirp T.;
Orders solicited and carefully filled.
april fitf Knoxville, Tenn.
To tbe Merchants and School
Teachers of East Tennessee.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY ADDING TO OUR
large stock of Books. Stationerv. Mnsin and M-
ical Merchandise. Everything new in nnr linA nf km.
iness, which we are bound to sell at the lowest prices.
Send in your orders, to the East Tennessee Book House.
R. II. RICHARDS.
Orders Promptly Filled !
1 "TERMS CA8II!-a
'. Empty bitter bottles, of various ptvln ran h fnnail
around almost every dwelling- and cabin throughout -the
land. Their taste is pleasant, and are advertised te
cure almost every disease, while the manufacturers
tiiowthey possess no medicinal properties whatever.
They are so manv Hiatrni-ipa fnr mrri1imn1
beverage, which do not, nor cannot, possibly eure any
Beware of these pleasant bitters in quart bottles; -
thev Contain a Htinor fnr vnnr vital. sri h. wi k a
them carries a "toper's" TOg- into his houso. One man
who knows nothing about medicine, says his bif bottles
of common Stuff will euro hil! ami for rhnmit!,i.
and consumption; another, whose bottle is very faney.
cures all impurities of the blood, makes old men you,
casts out devils, restores sight to the blind, and numer
ous other miracles; while yet another, who presumes
every man a drunkard, proposes to cure colic, iaerow-
in? nails, yellow lever, heart disease and love-sick
maidens! We know they make no such cures; we I
kdow tiiB People at l.lren mm dwpirfil arul inrl1al t
and as we desire to ventilate these common humbugs,
make tho following challenge to one and all :
One Hundred Dollars
That one tablepoonful of ENGLISH FEMALE BFT
TERS contains as much medicinal properties as one
bottle of any of the pleasantly tapted. common adrer-'
tieed bitters of the dav! Thn medial nmbi,
decide the question. Be it understood that the Englich
it-male Bitters is not a beverage, but is a powerful
Iron and esetable 'Ionic combined. enrinir lim.tt..j.
in? chronic fwnale complaint in every direction
Put up in larjre bottles at 81.50 per bottle, or six bot
tles for iix). and sold by drmrzisti and mrnh.n. ...
J. P. DR0MG00LE i CO.. Prop's.
Memphis, Tenn. j ,
Office and Manufactory,
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND
' West of Depet,
Dromgoole& Co.'s Buchu.
The best and cheapest combination'for all affections. .
or the Kidneys and Bladder ever offered to the pub-li 1 1
ians and by the
Sold by drut gists and '
T i i i i , Y
iiBiiii'ww ") icsuiur vuisteutam ana usea by tbe n
Price $1, or six bodies for $-5. Sold by druggists and ' ' '
merchants everywhere. . K
-. , J. P. DR0JIGOOLK A C..0 .
auc2-ly. Memphis. Tean, ,
FLOUR SACKS!! FEMALE INSTITUTE.,
Grain QarlfC f Krms institution has just been perju-'.
: .Uldlll OdblvO I I JL ncntly reorganized, on the basis that femaiee are
The Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory,
TTA IfF12! -J0R manufacturing
AS- . Grain KaVka dailv .iwl nrn.l
npplj aU erders far any site or quality, en very short
un m uig iswoi autiei nts.
' COTTON FLOUR SACKS
Of all , printed to exdsr.emd for Prices, te
capable of high intellectual efforts, and that tha Kmi
interests of society, and of the ecxw deaiand. that they
be highly educated. -. . i i .
The regular course of ftudy. oomplete aad extestlvewav
em braees four year". We intend that a diploma fro ta A
this Instrturion shall gfve ladies high rank among eda-""
cated women. We earnestly urge young ladies to Uktf f T
the regular course, but those not wishing to do so cui
elect their studies. We have a full corps of experienced
professional teachers, and are determined to make this,
in every excellence, the foremost Female Seminary ia
EaH Tennessee. 'j jiir,
Terms moderate. For details see circular. . ' '
. ThS Sai1a-erm ,,f 20 weekB biM Wednesday, g.
teraber7. 18i0. Addrem, . ' "
iul21-dw2m AI. C. BUTLER; M. A PrindpaU t
iurjrl0-d3. P.O. Box 4?R. New York cfty.