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HE DAILY CHRONICLE.
RULE A RICKS, Proprietors.
THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 20, 1870.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
FOR GOVERNOR :
EONi mm. WISENER,
nPOB f CONGRESS :T
OFt JAOANE, .
i' Ges. JOSEPH A. COOPER, f
7CELECTI0N: NpYKSIFER 8, 187ttC
,; li ; i ' . .' ; . : . J s . - ;
COL. W. P. FROSSER.
ThU gentleman is announced as a eandl
dalVfor "Ye-elec'ni to Congress from the
27a2xvIle.cPifitr , Col. Proseer, .during
his service In C2agye8, has made for hlm-i
Belt a reputation and a record of 'jj lilcli lie
inay wieLt feel proud.' ! Few men hare ever
accomplished as much for the people of
'Middle Tennessee in so short a time as did
Col. Pros&er. 7fr. --T:
i . - THE WAR SEWS.
The dispatches from France would seem
to indicate that the German armies make
every French camp where new levies are
"congregating the objective points for their
operations. , We give in our telegrams this
morning news of the flight of a new corps
gathering at Epinal. The whole south
eastern portion of France is now the scene
of active Operations, and In every case, so
far as reported, the Germans seem success
ful.:... . . .-.-..
The great engagement at Orleans is of
XSpecial Significance, for its occupation
opens up th whole line of road from Paris
to Jours, and will leave this seat of the
Provisional ' Government, open to the
Uhlans and to raids of the line. In every
direction the work goes on favorably to the
Germans, and soon every important strate-
iglo point will be in their hands.
1 o I
, There is no paper in the South in which
more sensible editorials appear, relating to
the true status of the Southern people,
than the Memphis Avalanche. That jour
nal,' although an ardent supporter of the
Democratic party, unlike many of its party
contemporaries, has a way of looking at
and speaking of questions in their true
light, and we have no doubt of the saluta
ry influence it exerts.
In Tuesday's issue, it alludes to the fact
that "Brick" Pomeroy has retired from
the New York Democrat, having been
forced to abdicate on account of his ultra-
ism and vulgarity of expression. It is a
disgrace to any country that such a black
guard as Pomeroy should succeed for any
length of. time as the editor of a newspa
per, which does so much to shape public
sentiment, and the Avalanche seems to
' view the matter in that way.
J Again, .the Avalanche seems to accept
"the situation, the results of the war, as
embodied in the 13th, 14th and 15th
Amendments to the Constitution," as "not
only accomplished facts with the Northern
Democracy, but there is no reservation of
future repeal retained by them." We are
glad to hear bur contemporary speak so
poiitively on this subject, and believe he
speaks as he feels ; but we had been led to
suppose otherwise of the "Northern De
mocracy," judging from the declaration of
Senator. Thurman in his Cincinnati
speech. We trust the Avalanc7tc is right
in this respect, and regret that its liberal
and wise sentiments are not more general
ly shared by its party at the South.
Gov. Hoffman, of New York, wisely
declines Gov. Woodford's challange to dis
cuss the political issues before the people
of 2?ew York. He says he wishes to avoid
personalties. We should think that a man
of his ability, who was acknowledged to
. be the tool of Jim Fisk and Tweed, and
who? 'as such tool,' signed the infamous
Erie Bill, would very naturally shrink
If a servile, weak public man ever held
-face in New York, Gov. HofTm?r, 4jlwt
. man. He is the tool oi xmiiiuC,i"H
Worst days, and to charge thav.Abad
i e i
"Secretary Cox eoes out of the Cabinet in
disgrace. He is dismissed for the crime of wil
ful and malicious dishonesty."
' The above Is from tha Pre and Herald,
but we suppose it was a typographical er
"ror.ViWe cannot believe it would inten-
- tionally slander a public officer in such t
way. - - We suppose it intended to be sarcas
tic and say "he was dismissed for the crime
,;of wilful and malicious honesty." Gov.
';Cox'sT bitterest enemies have never ques
tioned his integrity or assailed his private
. character. -
One Washington correspondent has it
that Gcrw Cox tendered his resignation
sbme two weeks ago, and the latest now is
.-, that he will tender it when Congress meets.
we suppose . mey are manjiiui lor any
r item, and would be glad if Cabinet changes
'. would ttirn ut in this shane everr dav.
Baxaine has been escaping from Metz
so long, tnai we snouia trunk ne would at
last, really; cut loose from the city. , We
think he will escape about next week
under a white flag, and into the German
camp. . .
" TV. B. Staley will represent Knox and
Boane counties, in the Senatorial branch
of the next Legislature, in a manner hon
orable to himself and satisfactory to his
PT1TI fit 5f lion a
HOW THEY FEEL TOWARDS OUR CANDIDATE.
The Union, andt American, ofTuesday,
contains two editorials, the burden? oi
which is that Mr.Maynard must lw defeat
ed. That journal, representing the Mid
dle Tennessee Democracy, has, all through
the campaign, exhibited an J"J"te de
sire to see niedeieaTof"3rr. MaynartTac-
complished. This is the feeling that an
mates men of that stripe all Over me coun
try- r- .l-LYi11 jyV3. -ne of 1 -
nrominervt nten who. in the days of seces-
r. 77 . . i.. v-. 'i'i.:.vrr.
slon and rebeiliOJretuseajto dowS
to Baal, choosing rather to stand up with
his fellow-citizens of East Tennessee for
the &g of Jiis country. For,thisf(,ihey
will lair forgite him.VTheyalsoi have
felt the power of his intellect since the war.
They have few men who are his, equals on
the stump or in the1 legislative halls of the
country, aud from this (they. liaye learned
to dread hlni.''" They are willing to do any
thing in their power to defeat him. We
have not taken our pen now to defend Mr.
Maynard from any charges tliat may liave
been brought against hini by his enemies
and the enemies of East , Tennessee. He
needs no defense from us. What we wish
i i i : . i r: .1..
more pai uruiany js, iu ;u:u uia uii-iius uh
to tlie purpos iilleaocraUo oppo-J
nents. They have determined to leave nn
stone unturned to bring about .his defeat,
and we owe it to ourselves to see that he is
elected by an overwhelming majority.
Middle and West Tennessee now have con
trol of the State Government, and the ac
tion of the Legislature shows how they
are disposed to discriminate against East
Tennessee. Now, they seek to control our
Congressional election, and leave us ' with
out a voice in cither the State or General
Government. , Will we submit to it ? , - We
will give them our answer by giving Mr.
Maynard a rousing majority on the 8th
day of November. ' '
OUR CAMPAIGN RATES, i . . '
For the purpose of keeping the facts of
this important and exciting canvass for
Governor, Congress and the General As
sembly before the people, Me offer the
Daily and Weekly Chkoxicle during
the campaign, and until full returns of the
election are given, at the low rates given
on the third page of our paper, to which
we invite the attention of our readers.
We urge our friends everywhere to get up
clubs, so that the people may keep
thoroughly informed as to what is new in
the campaign. The rates are so low that
the paper is within the reach of., the poor
est. No more effective' way of arousing
the people' to the importance of the elec
tion can be found than in circulating our
Ol'K information from Sevier county is,
that everybody is for General Cooper for
Floater. Knox county will do her duty
Job Printing: 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 maimer and at
Corner Gay and Clinch Sts.,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY OX HAND READY
Madc Clothing of every kind.
Children's and Men's Suits
Rcady-niiidc or made to order on short notice. Good;
bought in the Eastern Markets at
wuuii oniv.UJi vinmoyeu, ana uooa worn irunr-
aiitcea. , . , j octl-d ini
JOHN L. MURPHY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IX CHANCERY,
l. S, Commissioner and A'otary Public.
JUDGE TEMPLE'S Old Office on GAY STREET,
Bet. Main and Ilill Streets, near the Chronicle Office.
WHERE HE CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND DU
abeent"118 buemess hours, except when professionally
r-Particular attention paid to the eettling up of
icuvi-uug iines w iteai rotate, Ac
april 6 tf
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT.
Fannie E. Barbour vs. Myron C. Barbour.
TXOTS &iSE IT APPEARS EROM XII E BILL
A filed in thu cause, that the defendant. Myron C.
Harbour, is a non-resident nf th st-.t f T.n
as stated in the bill It in nrdoH ul
made forfour suceessive weeks in the Knoxrille Chroni
elc, noUfymg saiddefendanu to appear before the
nanccry Court at Knoxville, on the third Monday of
iiciL. men ia mavn nntnnn tn ha Kin aw k
same will be taken for confessed and eet for hearing ex
parte. Copy of order. Test:
x i9-wt M. L. PATTERSON. C. A M.
Chancery Sale of Land.
TN OBEDTENCF DECREE PRONOUNCED
X by the Chancery Court at KnnTvillo t it, inF;i
tr1??; -!?70' in thease of Mary K. McClcllan vs. James
AlcUelJan et al- I will nflfpr fur solo nt th.
door in Knoxville, on Saturday, the 12th day of No
vember next, 1870. James McClellan's interest in the
land estate of his father, Mathew McTleHan, deceased,
it being one-eleventh interest, orJLojr N. 6 in the par
tition. Ivinff in TCnnr ionnfv TpniMjhA nlinnin tti.
lands of the other heirs of said Mathew McClcllan, de
ceased. , J , A , .
.he Sale will be mail on kit anil picrtifoon mnntlii
takintr notes with annrovvd saenritv for the rmrc haso
money, and retaining a lien on the land until fully paid.
Sold without the equity of redemption.
OCtlZ-WW. 31. Lt. I'AlltK.so, c. i 31.
LEO. L. FERRAKw.,
VAJTCFACTUSEK Or rCKE COrrEB PUSTJlti.tu .y
Apple and Peach Brandy
CORN AND RYE WHISKY,
Louisville,' Blount County,' Tenn,
t3 All orders promptly attended to, by addressing
me at Maryville or Louisville, Blount County, Tennea
, WDLSO & CO.,
. GENERAL r
And Dealers in
FLOUR, GRAIN, COUNTRY FRODUC
Agents for Tlrglnla Salt and PlasK- :
. McGheb Block, KNOXYILLE, .to f
pit- Particular attention paid 'to. Order
Consignments solicited and satisfaction guran
.nr. JOSEPIirS A. WAIHW
Of Knox County, is with us, and will be v
friend?. ' '' r
Informs the public that he l
which he offers as cheaply as cat
Taken in exchange fur Goods. Rc
East side of Market Sq.
The Great Heftc;;! DIscovcij .
Dr. "WALKER'S CALTFOHITIA -
111 Hundreds of Thousands fS
a iear testimony to their wouacrfur l -
WHAT ARE THEY?
'inET ARB NOT A VILEL
Made of Poor Eum. Whiskey, Proof Cpir-
its, ana itetuse jjiquora, ux:i ici, f;.ii,
tiud sweetened top!eaaotli:t;irn, c 1-1' Twi
" Appetizers, " " KcstorerV & th ,t
tippler onto druniennesi; nad t- '
Medicine, m-vlo trom t:" J:itiv
Herbs ot California, re
Stimulants. They aw t:,
PURIPIEB and LIFi
CIPIjIj, a perfect K-,
ot the System, carrj-h.11-nnd
restoring the blood
No person can take tb
directions, and remair
AlOO Trill be piv
Tiding the .
mittent I'evers, x.
Ijivcr, Kidneys, ai
ters liave r.wst n..
easea ar- caused by Vi
is generally vro lured by
Tiiey invijror.iu; tiio
the torpid liver and boi-
of unenutilli-1 CM f y U,
!1 iinnurities, an l hp.
n th whole Fvstem.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, - . ,
Piir in t io 8liouldirs, Couus, I ightnew or tner
.. . M.M.ts. lii lious Attacks. Palpitation or tbe
iii-i,nnM nt unne. raia in
V.ons of t he ICidnevs; and a hundred other
1 1 svmntoma rhich are tha offspnngs or.
peTiia, r cured hytheso Bitters. .
i ! ansq the it i.itcd lilooa wncnever youuu
impurities bursl ing through the skin m rim-Tiif-s.
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse t vhenit is
to il, and your toelinsrs Trill tell you when. Keep
the blood pure and the health of the system Till
friy, TATE, and other "WORMS, lurking ia
the system of so many thousands, are efiectuauy
destroyed and removed. . .
For full directions, read carefully the circular
around each bottle, printed in four lang-uagea
Enplish, German, French, and Spanish.
J. WALKER, 82 & S4 Commerce Beet, . X.
Bin Francisco, California, and 33 and ii Coa
SarloLDBY ALL DRTTQ GISTS ASiD
Proposals for Building Material,
Office of Scperixtkxdkxt U. S. C. Il.'and P. 0, 1
Kxoxvillk, Tens.. Oct. 8.18'0.
Sealed proposals will be received until M. of the first
day of November. 1870, at the ofiBce of the undersigned
for furnishing and delivering on the site of the i the pro-
Sosed new Court House and Post Office building at
inoxville, Tennessee, four hundred and fifty (4o0) cubic
yards, more or less, rubble stone. I .
Any species of stone, granite or limestone, gneiss, or
sandstone may be submitted, but it must be of a kind
that has been tried and lound auraoie. iicm rC
ood bed, be thoroughly sound, split readily
lainmcr. and uiaKe a square iraciure irui
stone containing less than two cubic r"
ccpted, and one-quarter of the amoun
or bond stone ot tne widtn oit.no
feet, four inches, and two feet six '
not less than eight inches thic'
ties of each dimension will b
Also, 4,000 cubic feet, uk
stones no stone to con'
onc-lonroti H f U... ,
thick by five feet three .
to be one foot six inches .
Also, four hundred and fiftj .
of hard, durable stono broken to .
Also, five hundred C500) barrels, mo.
best Rosendale. Potomac; or other ci
quality thereto each barrel to contain
300R of cement. - .
Also, six hundred (000) cubic yards, moreSTlcoor ol
clean, sharp building sand.
Proposals will be received for the rubble, concrete
stone and sand by the cubic yard ; for the granite foot
ings by the cubic foot ; and for the cement and lime,. by
the barrel, ....
The Department reserves the right to reject any, or
all of the bids, if it be deemed for the interest of the
Government to do so, and any bid that does not eon
form in every respect to the requirements of this adver
tisement will not be considered.
Forms of proposals maybe procured on application
to this office. 3
All proposals will require to be made on the printed
form and be accompanied by the bond of two resonsible
Person in the sum of three thousand dollars that fie
bidder will accept and perform the contract if awarded
The bond must be approved by the II. S. IMsrriet
Judge, or Clerk of the U. S. Court of the Dif trict in
which the bidder resides. .
Payments will be made monthly upon the estimate of
the Superintendent, deducting ten tlO) per ctnti nutil
the final completion of the contract.
Proposals must be enclosed in a .sealed envelope ad
dressed to the SuDerintendcnt and endorser!. "Vrr.no-
sali for the rubble stone, concrete stone, granite foot
ings, sand, lime, or cement," as the case may be.
octa-dtt MILTON S. WILDS. Srp'L
Isabella Graves vs. Daniel Marlor.
riMIE PLAINTIFF SWEARS TIIAT THE DEFEXT)
X ANT is indebted to ber, and that h rcides nwif
the State, so that the ordinart- -Bts8 of larf"'
be served on him. and an attainment ha ' t
iciurutru uciure me, levieu ou mv mioic vi ii.
ant, and the same having been stayed by me-ufk.
i . 1 .1 . rill i .n n Ti - - ,L
4 J L 1- , : J . I i' 1 1.
oiu uay oi fiecemocr, ioiu; is luerciora
that publication be made in 'the Kni
a newsnaoer published in Jvnoxvil
ing the said defendant, Daniel
office in MaviArdville. on th
1870, and defedd said suit, c
i mm,,;. mp
f w-tilR 3XXJTVSOIV,
' Commissioner of Deeds for
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m-A-L - Jli-s I-A-l-iJii-,
Eicliangro and !Deposit'I5ttiiT"I5uIIilTlffg7"
II IfO IV ILLE,
.' S if ' '
rVfiat Inducements to Purchasers.
4UlAJj AXU LtAlUitl wl HAULS UJt,
- . . I n . 1 . m
reen couniy. come oi inenneeiin lenura-i
iracu are bubomuoio oi uinsion iai
hkb, Mills, Good Mibkbts, Ao. An
anity for the settlement of a colony. . ,
OF LAND IN JEFFERSON
"the well known French Broad
' -uall upland farms, and fino
T,TED IN QUALITY.
.NOX COUNTY FARMS
noxvil.e and Kingston road,
from Campbell's biation, are
jiung the best in the county. ;
SMALL TRACTS OF LAND NEAR
, suitable for suburban residences, market
.- fruit farms. ' i
FINE COUNTRY RESIDENCE AND FARM NEAR
Jonesboro'. Large brick house and other im
provements. All kinds of fruit on the place.
WELL: LOCATED PROPERTY. WITH
necessary fixtures for conducting the business.
Blacksmith and Shoe Shops, with complete sets of tools.
offered at a low price.
AVe are Agents for the well known "' '
Queen Fire Insurance Co, of Liverpool and London; !
U. S. BRANCH OFFICE IN NEW YORK. 1 I
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ALSO, FOB - ' . " !
r t i n i n i nnr ttcitt) i vnr n A ai T) K YSV l!!
(UNDERWRITER'S AGENCY,) OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Risks Taken Throughout East Tennessee.
Plastic Slate Koofliigr. 'J' '
frrtrm f.ir ihn sln of tftrrltorv for the
- reeding all others, it being fire-proof, cheaper and
or onice. '
CONVEYANCING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES PR03IPTLY ATTENDED TO. j
U w leased to see or correspond with parties interested in Real Estate mat-;
no charge for information. & BAILEY, I
Real Estate, Insurance and Claim Agents.
FARJIER'S FAVORITE "
A. v. -i; :-y
led lxrtv I-irst Premiums, besides
jxwjus), c.f uo uie riuir airs oi ioou, mciuaing h fcnver leual at
V the Maryland Institute, Baltimore, Md.
BICKlOllI) & IIXJUTMA.TS'IV, Pat's nud Pron'rs.
ITTifi Onlv Pfirffiht.-flrfl.iTi
" , www w.
. . . ... .
&m in Distribution, accurate in Measurement of Seed
in in Distribution, accurate in Measurement of Seed
ferradiitnent to quantity, and practical operations
The Only Grain Drill Having
which, without adding any weight, gives the Farmer two
in large or smau quantities, ine otner seeding oaia, Daney, corn, peas ani other coarse grain with equal accuracy
without clogging, skipping or breaking of seed. The only Drill which throws out of gear by the automatic ac
tion of the Tube Lifter, and covers all the seed distributed, lias
The Only Really Practical, Durable .Spring 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, bno dot. lime 'and super-phosphate
are used. Sowe all these fine fertilizers, as well as ashes, planter and salt perfectly. Whether it be dry or
damp, it puts the fertilizer used in the drills with the grain, thus giving it (the grain) the entire and immediate
benefit of the fertilizer used. By a recent improvement, we put this under the immediate control of the opera
tor, enabling him to use his fertilizer on the barren portions of his field, and husband it upon the fertile parts.
The GUAJSO ATTACHMENT must be ordered with the Drill, if desired, as it cannot afterwards be attached.
Metal or Rubber Grain Funnels, as desired. Double Reversible Steel Points on Tubes.
Broad Faced "Wheels and Wrought Iron Axles,
I f Acknowledging in the decline of prices of farm produce, and the closeness of financial matters among our
patrons, the justice of their claim for a corresponding reduction in the rrice of farm implements, we have deter
mined to reduce the price of (Jrain Drills to the old standard of 1W.
Confident a discriminating public will appreciate our effort, and avail themselves of this "golden opportunity"
to secure one of these most useful labor-saving implement nt 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-... 55
9 Tube Grain Drill - W)
8 Tube Grain Drill, with Guano Attachment...... 115
and 9 Tube Drills all have the tubes 8 inches arart.
put in a line or xig-zag, as desired by the purchaser, without any extra charges. " ' '
ds warranted in material and manufacture, as well as work. .-,
W. I niCKI.VGIIAM, CJeii'l Agent,
MOIGU & (II IRC1I have the above Drill forfait.
9 AM) 1'IGAR STORE.
Exclusive Deab-r "n
jacco, Cigars, Snuff,
IJritr and Stone Pipes,
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes.
In fact all Kinds of "
At the SIGN OF IKE L2TDIAS .
Gay street. Knoxville, Tenn.
april 6 tf
Johs Baxtxi., I
, P. BilLET,
Exchange and Deposit Bank.
TEVNESSEE MONEY FOR TAXES F
Best rates paid for New Issue Bank of Tennessee. '
East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad Stock
snd Bonds bought and sold, and a General Banking
Interest paid on Deposits in SAVINGS BANKIDe-
partment. SIGHT DRAFTS . . V
On all the principal cities of Europe for sale.
april 6-tf .
Dr. P. II. CAUDWEJLL.,
JiXoTntt of Church and State Streets.)
"O ESPLCTFULLY ANNOUNCES TIIAT, IN VIEW
K. f th rreat fall m gold, he will furnish full sets
1 of XF.ETH on the Vulcanite Base, for the small sum of
f jQ. I"l.fTT DOLLARS.
cle Vdvh or Lower set for
, Use t pPr THIRTY DOLLARS.
JUl other charges in proportion to the above.
Vrtfactioa guranued m fcll Dental operations.
W ' apld TiMf
E. I?. BAILEY
Cashier Exchange and
Deposit Bank. '
T E N N E S S E E .
MINERAL - LANDS,.
A17E OFFER FOR' SALE ' SEVERAL LAKUt :
tracts of COAL and IRON lands. One of them
lies on both sides of the Knoxville and Kentucky
Railroad, near Coal Creek. Two other tracts in Roano
county: one near the works of the Roane Lren Com pa-'
ny, nt Koekwood. and the other aenr.the Goal Mins
of the Wilcox Mining Company. , . ' ' , : t ,-
Vie offer great inducements in these lands to' any.
parties desiring to engage in mining or manufacturing.
E ALSO HAVE FOR SALE SEVERAL LARGE;
V tracts of Mountain Lands, suitable for farmingl
and grazing purposes. - ;,
EVIDENCES.' CliliAP AND DESIRABLE
T AGES, and all kinds of city property.
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T BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED Bl ILDlXi W1W..
cheap lots in and around Knoxville. ,
Ciueap nousE and' lot" LNrfEJiriarK;s
Additition.- Only fS5(X' Nic location. : ;
OUSE AND LOT PLEASANTLY LOCATED ON
II Broad street.
reel. Hon so has six rooms andiaany;
conveniences. J'rice slow. , r , . , j
NEW UNFINISHED HOUSE ON STATE STREET
in a good location. Will cost only a small amount
to finish it, and is oflered cheap. Price 51100. " '.' i
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FOR SALE OR RENT. '
liOOD TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE WITH
2 V six rooms and pantry, wood house, stable, ic.,
two good cisterns, large lot with fruit trees and thrub-j
bery, in a pleasant location. "t m1,I ;.rr I
: J-avorable terms can be had, aaid the pukIc uiaue
! at a fair price. ' . . f
i The property for rent at S-V) a month. !;.
houses, ranging in price from $1I to ?lj a mouth.
Plastic!Slatc Rooffing Company. This materlil is rapidly i
more durablo than tin. Full information can be obtained
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D It I L I
Diplomas, Special Recommends, Silver
Tirill iti fho Wnrld f
ArAM AM VUW II Villi
used, and possessing more facilities and conveniences
in the fiel
u, tftan any other Drill manufactured.;
a Double Set of Distributors.
Drills in one. One seeding wheat, rye or buckwheat
9 Tube Grain Drill, with Guano Attachment..
Grass Seed Attachment to either the above...
Gum Spring Tubes to either the above
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
KN0XV1 LLEf ENNESSEE. ;
Designated Depository and Financial
Arent of the Tnited States.
it. it. sn tpsos, ... n. xl. jictux;,
P. DICKINSON, 0. P. TEMPLE.
WM. HEISKELL, If. B. II EN EG AK.
GEORGE II. SMITH. GEO. W. ROS.
R R. SWEPSON.
Specie. Bank Notes, Government. State, City, and all
other Bonds bought and sold. Collections made and
promptly remitted. - . julyl7-tt
LACKEY & 0'CONNER,
.1 ! l! t,i
Livery and Sale 'Stable,
COR"EK CLINCH AND miNCS STS.
KNOX V I T K IV IN .
Btst Stock or Horses In tbe State. ,
BUGGIES. ROCKAWAXS,- CARRIAGES, HACKS.
rilAETONS, La ef aiLbti Ws and Sizes.
MESSRS. LACKEY Jt O'CONNER CONFIDENT
LY assure the public that their fiieirHles for fur
nishing neat and fast Turnouts are not excelled in the
State Stabling at all hours at low prices.
aug2T-d3m. . ' LACKEY k O'CONNER.
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Pianos and Cabinet Organs.
TEN PIANOS AND CABINET ORGANS. FROM
the best makers, for sale cheap. Every instrument
iully warranted for five years. Pianos to rent or ex
change, at the Eagt Tennewce Book House.
may3J tf R. H. RICHARDS.
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Attorney at.iaivl O
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OhTo. Georsta. etc.. etc.
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Abstracts of title carefully rreruired, and
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" Renting, caro'and management of city propertyjnada
a spcvw""J .
Arrtfmwa and other Da Iera rdatine
. sterproM1nly 'and
CJlfelBafeKloro a few xt the properties
offer tor sale.
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NO. 52SA choice building lot arge. and beautifully
liwated, near the University, about one tuile frvra
KnoylDaleerfUeeq g Q J M T i 1 ' 5 1 V
NoTo'.'T--Brick cottage, new and well built, on a de
sirablo lot, well sodded, with fruit trees set out, Ac;
good cistern. Priee f J00, and renuircd in cash.
N. 001, Building sitevWO feet square, on turnpike
twad.' on J mil frem Market Siar. Pi0. -
No. o'.'l Store house and midence on Depot Square.
Sweetwater. Buildings large nnd in jfood order; lot
large, well improved and well located in one of the
prettiest and i pleasantest rilluges in East Tennessee.
Rents for 51. 0 a year, and worth much more to a man
wishirp a good location tor business ami a home.
No. SytMA choice lot, central and yet retired, ith
fine view of the ity mountains aud river, on onf
our best streets, sidewalks, gas, 4e., 80ill0 feet. J13.
Two valuable lots on Gay street for sale.
"No. 51S Exceediiig!y comfortable and desirable ri
d' lice, with 10 acres of finely improved ground, on turn
pike, two miles from Knoxville.
' No. f2fi Large- and well finished house in Eut Km.i
viJ. with tiuvly improved lot. Locaiioa very good.
L j 1$ in East Kuoxville, ranging from $50 to VM
No. tWThrrr adjoining lots, with large house, sta
bles, etc.. ou Depot street, for fale or exchange for
No. 402 Suburban residence one and a half miles
from Knoxville Postoffice. litiacresof good groandand
comfortable buildings, excellent water, desirable loca
tion. No 441 Forty deairablo lots ill Fairview, Bear the
residence of G.JL Branner, convenient to the De
pot and Manufactories. High, well lying ground, and
in a rapidly improAinj; neighborhood.
No. 454 House and well improved grounds ef 8 acres
beautifully located on Turnpike road, and on an ele
vation overlooking the city, and affording a fine view
and a cool braeze all through the summer.
Two ih -firablo Lots, each with a small Uouw, in the
heart of the City, on one of our best streets.
Vnluall and Oheap.
No. 501 974 acres in two tracts, lying near together
but not jinins Two good Waikb Powebs, both
improved one with Grist Mill, the other Saw Mill and
Carding Machine. Some very valuable farming land.
He;iry timber, which is accessible and easily marketed.
1M) acres f rich land now in cultivation. New frame
hou.. 1 undant supply Cf fruit. 8 miles from Knox
ville, lii i i.'.ily 7nj. iioiue time allowed on part pay
ment. No. 5tHj "J acre of rich, wcil-lying land, nearly ill
in heavy timber, with a very Valuable Mill. Haifa
v..ti Lenoir's ttution, on the East Tennessee, Vir
ginia HII'l t,eOr:l Jiniiiv.!. w Mrx in oaltirilio.
Good buildings, and a-iuautity of l.-ait trees.
No. 102 75 a-'res of land, with good timber and wa
ter. 30 acres fit for cultivation, and good soil. 12 miles
from Knoxville. tmall house and stable. Some fruit.
No. 540 Tract of 150 acres, 5 miles from Knoxville.
Good soil, water and location. This tract will be DI
VIDED to suit purchasers into tracts of from ten to sixty
acres, and at from 20 to SjO per acre, according to loca
tion. Ou good road, and near a railroad station. Land
lies well, and is much of it seeded down.
No. 442 Thirty-five lots in the Railroad addition to
Knoxville, nngin.i from 25xMU to 300x300 in size, and
from 82t'0 to S2.0U0 in rice. The location of these lots
central, elevated and in a good and fast improving
neighborhood, makes them very desirable. Xktue lu
mutt be nold, and are oflered at prices which make it an
inducement to buy.
A t-null but ncuthouse of five rooms with porch, good
ciMteru aud well, 3 acres of ground, one mile from the
city, on good road. Rent. jiO per month, with use o:
ground for garden.
Fifty 50 acres of open land near Knoxville, most of
it Set ill Krass. icood water. Will b n-nfn) fur term
Jb oi- hulo oi- I tent s
The steam mill property, large and convenient build
ing, powerful engine, admirable location on Railroad
and Tnrnpike road. Building and machinery in per
fect order. Large 1-jt,
Im-iii Property :
No. 515 Farm of 400 acres on lline'a t'rwk. m miloa
from Clinton, luO acres creek bottom land, all well suit
ed for meadow IanL 12 acres now in first-clase meadow
abundant suurly of water and tim r. & mimUr ni' in
differently good buildings.
No. 510 A 24 acre homestead. Top Iimiw nt ii.M.fl
1.1 acres in cultivation, iriwul fruit. tr.i mnriwtr ,.
branch through the land, near Turnpike road, schools
and churchc. Price 500.
No. 501 Excellent furin, over 200 acres; brick resi
ence, large barn and heavy timber. level, rnxlnrlive
limest-jnc land, miles from Knoxville. $8,AiO. One
halfcanh. . i . j .
o. 521 A choice f.irui of ?00 acres nrar Conronl.
The best of upland soil, good timber and water and de
No. 419 A river farm of 10 acres, rtronsr s,iiT. f0 cres
in cultivation, timber very heavy and valuable.
No. 37:1 Farm of 171 acres in Blount eountv. very
good soil and location, with a valuable water imwc
six miles from Railroad. Price 52.700.
No. 445 Fa rm of 160 acres, 2 miles from Concord, I6
acres in cultivation, good water. and timber. Price.
No. 40 A farm of li'O a res. 4 miles from Knoxville,
on a very plfaant road, lhe well known point known
as " Lyons View " is on this farm and furnishes a very
fine building tite. 75 acres in cultvatiou of very rich
land, some 0 acres riv botWraa laad.
No. 532 Farm of 400 acres, near Coal Creek. A bar
gain. , , -: - -
No. 594 2l acres, well arranged for diviVioc into two
farms, near Jonesboro. The land is rood and hi sh I v
improved; buildings and fences excellent; 120t fruit
trees, two handsome houses of "rooms each, 110 acres
in cultivation, five springs. Price 0,000.
. No. 533 Farm of 400 acres of strong soil. Abundant
supply of good water and timber.
100 Farms in Cumberland county. Plateau land.
IQ.OoO Acres ia Morgan iounty.
Lor3 or trom 1? fa 35 acbes, rich, level land, two
XILE3 FBOM K.VOiVILLE.
No. 5-57 Fa'rm of 142 acres. H miles 'northeast of
Knoxville, u a fjood. neiiihbvrhood. Very rich soil,
good water and timber. A desirable stock and grain
farm. tiUJO. , . i -
NORTH BRITISH MERCANTILE
Fire Insurance Co.
Capital and Surplus, $ll,000,00j toId
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m .n !'..: KAST TENNESSEE " '
'PHIS INSnTUIION HAS JUST BEEN PERMA
nently reorganized, on the basis that female are
capable of high latelleetual efTorts. and that the best
interests of society, aai ot :the ni t cmai4 .that they
be highly educated.
The regular course of Hudy. complete and extensive,
embraces four years. We intend that a diploma from
this Institutioa rtall give ladiee high rank among edu
cated women.. We earnestly urge young ladies to take
tie regular course, but those not wishing to do so can
elect their studies. We have a fall corps of experienced
professional teachers, and are determined to make this.
I? ej"T excellence, the Joremost Female Seminary in
East Tennessee. -( ,
Terms moderate.' For details see einmlar.
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tember7. 1870. Addre,
jul24-dW2m Ai. C. BUTLER; M. A Principal.