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Wants For Rent For $ hie Boarding-Lost Found
icillbe'ihiertedmthis e lUmn at 25 Cents each in
sertion, tiOt-eSfWetinffiv t lines; over Jive lines 5 Cents
"or each kkt&ional line tnill h eharoed.
TELLypurwif 5 nnd neighbors, asd keep the- news
ttirring, that B AHliY k McDANNEL, No. 10 Gay
street, are selhr $ a KOod article of nice SYRUP at 50
rentt per gailoi i: others are asking 80 cents and 81.00
for the same a- tide.
They sell a oetter artible of SYRUP at 75 cent-; oth
er? cnarge SI .25
The finest ''GOLDEN DRIP." they sell at 81.00 ; oth
er:" ask 51.50.
Gkis Coex. Peas. Strawberries. Raspberries.
and Tomatoes at 25 cents ner ran. '
Cove. Spiced and Pickled OYSTERS, at 20, 25. 3-5. 40
LAYER Raisins. 5SppTit. a
Finest FRENCH CANDIES, assorted. at 50 cts. per
pound. Inese candies ar? made of the purest and bet
maicrwi. uiaera are selling a very indifferent article
11, i.n w. mm
STRAINED HONEY. 20 cts per pound.
BM : and nicest LARD. 14 cts. per pound at ntail.
TOYS and FANCY GOODS V V
genuine GRAVELY TOBACCO, Snuff and Segars.
i4Y-T4. ? VVucet Aea, nocoiaie.
J .LITs. Nuts. Srices, Soaps, Yeast Powder, ic.
Ctaee?.. Sardines. Lohsfpps.
FRESH CRACKERS They sell Soda, Pie Nic and
Butter at 10 ents per pound . Wine, Sugar, Lemon.
Cream, &c at 15 cents. MS" Remember, you can not
pet Freeh Crackers anywhere else in t ecity. They
hake daily and sell for about one-half what others
charge for their old stile staff.
They als dispense from their justly celebrated Arc
tic Apparatus, pure sparkling Soda, Kissingen and
Congress Waters, as cool as if just from the heart of an
BARRY A JIcDAXXEL,
sept 11. 1S71.
OJPEXttfG OF THE SUPREME COURT.
THREE-ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX-
1 CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING.
are lor rem iroin uciODer xst.
ix-Tdtf E. P. BAILEY. Cashier.
CTIVE AND ENERGETIC MEN TO SOLICIT
sept3dl0t BROOKS Jfc WEBB.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 12, 1871. No,
The Earnest Circulation
I n East Tennessee.
of any Dally
CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
Signal Service, U. S. Army.
KsoxTittK. Tens.. September 9. 1871.
7 A. X,
2 p. x.
4 p. x.
lm O I
O t SS
55 c S c.2
s o a
Globe Flower Syrup cures whooping cough,
sore throat, bronchitis and asthma.
The Tennessee Association.
The meeting of this body has been definitely
fixed by the action of the majority of the
churches, and will take place positively on Fri
ay 20th inst. one week sooner than the usual
time. D. M. Breaker, Moderator.
"Look at This."
Don't pay two prices for a stove, but buy the
"Fashion." for $27.50, all furnished, from IIox
tie & DePue, No. 106 Gay st viii9-dw2m
Xfff Dru? Store.
Since Mr. John U. Benziger has purchased
two drug store st the Atkin House, he has re
placed the old stock with a fresh supply of med
lcines and drugs, in-sn and pure. Mr. uenziger
iiiis nad long experience in tne drug business.
and is opening where he will command a large
custom, especially irom tne citizens ol iVorth
knoxvule. Proscriptions will be accurately
and promptly filled at any hour. With a thor
ough knowledge of the business and a determ
ination to please, we cordially recommend tho
AtKin House drug store.
Tut try Globe Flower Cough Syrup for con
sumption, asthma and croup.
Col. Thomas II. Eeeve of the Jonesboro
T A I . .1
airivr, was ai our sanctum yesterday, lie is
here in the interest of his paper.
Col. Geo. Edgar Grisham, the jolly editor of
the Jonesboro' Flag, was in town yesterday, g
C. B. Woodward, of the Sweetwater Enter
2iri$c registered at the Atkin House yesterday.
Mr. Peter B. Akers, the well known auction
eer, arrived in this city on Sunday, and will re
main a day or two, proceeding hence to Jeffer
son, Texas, where he will engage in business.
A few dozen Glass and Stonr
tost. Jonx L. IIudiburg.
West side Market Square.
Meeting: or the Bridge Commissioners.
The commissioners of the Ilolston river
bridge held a meeting yesterday at the office of
Julius Ochs, Esq., all of them tircsent ercapt
Eleven propositions were submitted from dif
ferent parties, for building the stone piers. The
commissioners decided to hold over the proposi
tions under advisement until to-day.
It was decided that proper excavations should
be made in the bed of the river so that the piers
may stand on solid rock, if practicable.
They then adjourned, to meet this evening at
Pcmbcrton's compound extract of Stillingia
cures all diseases arising from impure blood.
Sparks from the Locomotive.
Gen. Beauregard passed down on Sunday.
A small sprinkle of rain fell at Chattanooga
The Selma and Dalton road failed to connect
The western bound mail was about half an
hour behind time yesterdsy, having broken an
eccentric at Hodge's, between Mossy Creek
nd New Market
The western bound night train of Sunday
broke an axle a few miles beyond Grccnevillc,
by which the tender and baggage car were
thrown from the track. Nobody was hurt.
Amongthe numerous arrivals of ftudents at
the East Tennessee University, we note the fol
lowing: Ja. H. Robinson, of Hardeman county; Geo.
R. Hancock, of Franklin ; Henry King, of
Williamson ; Robert h. Myers, of Marshall ;
Robert M. Cass, of Carter ; W. A. Norment, of
Dyer; Jas. B. Franklin, of Jefferson; J. R.
and Albert V. Goodpasture, of Overton;
Cross, of Anderson ; A. N. Jackson, of Blount;
J. C. Sawyer, Thos. D. Thonlpson and Wm. F.
Wardlaw, of Lauderdale, and Frank AV. Tay
lor, of Hamblen.
Order of Business Information for Law
The annual term of the Supreme Court of the
State began its session yesterday morning at 10
o'clock, in their new rooms in the old Union
Bank building, Main street. Present, the Hon.
A. O. P. Nicholson, Chief Justice, Hon. P.
Turney, Hon. Thos. A. R. Nelson, Hon. J. L.
T. Sneed, and Hon. James W. Deaderick. Hon.
T. J. Freeman was not present yesterday, but is
expected to be on the bench to-day. Eon. Jos.
B. Heiskell, the Attorney General, will also be
Chief Justice Nicholson, on opening the Court,
remarked that the order of business prescribed
at the adiournment of tho Court last session.
was upon the presumption that the judges would
all fit together, but as it had been found better
at Nashville and Jackson to sit in sections, the
same course would be pursued here. The busi
ness would begin in the second section with the
fourth circuit, and in the first section with the
second circuit The first section is composed of
Chief Justice Nicholson, and Judges Deaderick
and Sneed. The second section, of Judges Nel
son, Turney and Freeman.
In the circuits, the business will be diposed of
by counties, as prescribed by law, and in the
oraer iney are named mtheactol AssemDiy
creating the circuits, adopted June 24th, 1870.
(See acts of General Assembly for 1870, chapter
21, page 59.) The act directing the causes to be
heard Dy the court by counties will be found in
the acts of 18689, chapter 28, page 36.
As the causes on the docket of the fourth cir
cuit are about twice the number of those in the
second circuit the first section, on completing
tho business of the second circuit, will proceed
to that of the first circuit
The Chief Justice said that as the Court had
come here with the expectation of clearing the
docket of all business, all the cases in each
county, including those appealed in 1871, would
be disposed of as the counties were first called.
or the inlormation 01 the liar and litigants
we erive the counties of the several circuits in
the order in which they will be called by the
CIRCUIT "0. 2 ORDER OF COUXTIES.
No. 1, Cocke, No. 5, Sevier,
Jeflerson, " 0, Scott
Grainger, " 7, Campbell,
Union. (8, Claiborne.
No. 9, Hamblin.
4 ORDER OF COUXTIES.
No. 6. Hamilton.
'A I'olfc, " 7, -Marion,
3, Meigs, " 8, Sequatchie,
4, Bradley, " 9, Bledsoe,
5, Rhea, ' 10, James,
Circuit No. 1 Order f Counties.
A pleasant drive of five miles on the Jacks
boro pike, and among pleasant farms and farm
houses, and half a mile on a direct road, brings
you to Fountain Head. Here you find one of
the most beautifully flowing crystal springs in
the country. The rest evorybody who has seen
a camp ground can imagine.
Sunday morning the woods were filled wilh
wagons, buggies, carriages, farm wagons, sew
ing machine wagons, stove wagons; United
States mail hacks, city drays, omnibusses, and
almost every conceivable kind of vehicles. It
was estimated that one thousand five hundred
persons were present Rev. E. E. Hoss preach
ed the first morning sermon ffom Hebrews 3 : 1,
and was followed by Rev. J. M. McTeer, text,
Revelations 12: 1, after which a collection was
taken up, amounting to $01.50. The Lord's
Supper was then administered.
In the afternoon, Rev. G. D. French preached
from 1 Thessalonians, 5: 10. Rev. J. M. Mc
Teer preached in the evening from the two first
verses of the 40th Psalm.
On Sunday evening the meeting began in
earnest, and great excitement prevailed. There
were about thirty penitents, and a large number
of professions. The meeting still continues.
Pemberton's compound extract of Stillingia
cures all old mercurial and venerial diseases
without fail try it
We it Tork Market.
New York, Sept. 8. Money easy, 2a3per
cent Sterling steady, 8Ia8i. Gold, $1 13ia
1 13s. Governments declined J. States, heavy.
Tennessees, 73i ; new 73J. Virginias, 631 ; new,
70. Louisianas 65, new, 60; 7s, 71; 8s, 82.
Alabamas, 100; 5s, 68. Georgias, 82; 7s, 91.
North Carolinas, 43 ; new 25. South Caroli
nas, 75; new 57.
New York, Sept. 8. Cotton quiet; sales,
1,816 bales ; uplands, 20J ; Orleans, 21J. Flour,
Southern, firmer ; common to fair extra, $5 80a
6 75 ; good to choice extia, $6 80a6 89, Whisky
dull, 92. Wheat la2 cents better; winter red
and western, $1 48al 53. Corn, la2 cents bet-
69a70. Pork, steady, S14 50a14 62. Lard,
firmer, kettle 91.
CnrcixNATi, Sept 8. Flour advanced.
Corn demand good. Pork demand good with
full prices, 12c. Lard light, holders firm 0c.
Bacon higher ; shoulders, Glclear sides, 7ia7c.
Whisky, steady, 90c.
JE respectfully announce to our friends and the public generally, that we nr
receiving our usual large supply of Fall and Winter 6 are Uow
St. Lonls Market.
St. Louis, Sept. 8. Flour, firm, closing,
winter superfine, $4.00a5.00. Corn, in demand.
Sacks 51. Whisky 89. Bagging xuiet. Pork
firm, $11. on orders. Bacon stiff, advancing
tendency shoulders 6; clear sides, 7Ja 8c. Lard
Eastern Division Fair
We learn from Mr. J. E. Creswell that Mr.
James Hix, of Sevier county, met with an acci
dent on the second instant sustaining injuries
'from the effects of which he died a few days af
ter. Mr. Hix was hauling a load of benches to
be placed in a school house, when as he was
passing through an opening In the fence, his
oxen took fright and ran away, the wagon pas
sing over a pile of stones and throwing him un
der the wheels, fracturing his leg in two places.
The deceased was a member of Capt Arm
strong's company, of Gen. Cooper's old resi-
th'SSfiS?1!!? V in Geoirf a l0SLng a le 5 October 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th.
Hie StOrminir Or Kpsnna. It woe hm moirvtA I lift
O ii taw "V 441UIUJbU
leg that was broken by the accident, for having
uuiy uhb sounu nmD, ne could not leap Irom the
wagon, and lost his life.
His mother was in sight when the accident
occurred and hurried to his relief, only to find
that her son, the prop of her declining years.
he whom the bullets of the foe had spared,
though scarred, had received the dread sum
mons. He lingered until Wednesday morning
at nine o'clock, when death rama to his -rpHpf
The funeral of the deceased took place at Seven
Islands, on Thursday, the 7th inst.
. . ....
ui every description and latest styles for luiiou t v j .
dren. And in Addition to thp nK.vf ;Vsand gentlemen, boys, misses and chil-
, ic.we now
opening a large and elegant stock of
Comprising all the latest styles and novelties ; and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Of every variety and extra quality, forming the largest and
this city, at popular prices. CaTPJease calf and examine,
most attractive stock in
AVE will also continue to keep on hand a large supply of
TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, R. R. BAGS, LEATHER, Shoe Findings, &c.
GAINES, BEO. & CO.
Sept. 10, 1S71.
" C, Sullivan,
3 Order of Counties.
No. 5, Roane,
" 6, Cumberland,
" 7, Fentress,
The Public Printing: Frauds.
Since the inside of the Chronicle was put
on the press, we havo received word from Col.
Baxter thai his reply to the attempted defense
of Jones, Purvis & Co., will be ready for to
At the lowest rates, by the old manufacturer,
J. H. Renshaw, who keeps on hand a full stock
of the best furniture.
Colored Teachers for Jeflerson comity
Commissioners desiring eolored teachers for
Jefferson county, can obtain them by address
Yardley Warner, Superintendent Friends'
Freedmen's School, Maryville, Tenn. Parties
interested please take notice. R. PiERce.
No. 9, Loudon.
There will be a first and second call of the
dockets of each Circuit beginning: with the law
Mr. J. F. Deaderick. the Clerk, will be with
the second section, which sits on the first floor.
I). D. Anderson, Esq.. will act as Clerk to the
first section, sitting on the second floor.
Uwmg to the absence of some ot the counsel
from the 2d Circuit the full Court sat on the
first floor and began with tbe call ot the law
docket of the 4th Circuit
In less than fifteen minutes from the openinsr
of the Court, a case from McMinn county was
being argued Dy counsel, bome ten cases were
heard up to twelve o'clock, when the Court ad
journed until 9 o'clock this morning, when the
2d and 4th Circuits will be heard ly the first
and second sections respectively.
U. S. Circuit and District Courts.
TheJCircuit and District Courts of the United
States began their fall sessions yesterday morn
ing at 11 o'clock in the second floor of tho
court house. Hon. Connelly F. Trigg, District
Upon the opening of the Court the jurors
summoned were called and qualified as fol
lows: GRAXD JURY.
James H Walker, J P Collins. G H Dame,
David Cowan, James Smith, F AHennegar, A
Randle, Wm Morgan, Perez Dickinson, John
Lee, A D February. J G Shell. Frederick
Pegg, E H Shine. C L Sturges, Jno F Henry,
A Hill, Hugh LMcClung, Cha3 Inman, W H
Turley, G M Hazen, Samuel Gill, Danuel Mc
Williams. traverse list.
Peter Brown, Thos Caldwell, Harrison Reed,
John F Pape, John W Webster, Jno Tunnell,
J II Keene, Tho3 B Swan, James Lacky, Lu
ther Lillard, Thos Easterly, W C Witt.
TRAVERSE JURY 2D LIST.
Sam'l M Warren, Worsham Easlcj', Daniel
Haynes, Barry Taylor, R H Guthrie, Henrv
Kirk, A S IIudiburg;, A C Claiborn. G D
Joiner, J J Crawford, John Williams, Wrm
Traverse J ury 3d List.
Matthew Simpson, DA Taylor, J A Barnard,
Sam'l Hutsell, JAG Brown, H C Northington,
Jno G Ruster.. B Frazier, N J Peters, PM
Craigmiles, J D Smith, Wm Jack.
After the qualification of jurors, tho following
proceedings were had:
R B Dowell sworn as attorney.
The United States vs Martin Van, nol pros on
O A Odell. fined $10 with costs.
The Criminal Docket was continued until the
3d Monday of the term with the exception of
the indictments for violation of the Fourteenth
Amendment and for holding ofSce in violation
of law, which were continued until next term.
The Court will proceed at once to take up the
civil docket, which will be called regularly.
Court adjourned until 7 a. m. to-day.
John Moody was on the street vesterdav with
some ore from the reported Grainger county
1 en converts were baptised into membershin
of Longfield (Baptist) church at Coal Creek, on
Sunday, by Rev. Wm. Lindsay.
1 he travel to Fountain Head on the Knox-
ville road, as noted by Esquire Conner's boys,
on Sunday morning, was as follows: butrs-ips.
53; two-horse carnages, 23; one-horse hacks.
lb; two-horse hacks. 12. waeons. 23: four-
horse omnibuses, 3 ; 1 two-horse omnibus :
horsemen, lot; footmen, 83. The above
We regret to learn that Polk Heiskell, a lad
of about twelve yeass, met with a terrible acci
dent at Sulphur Springs, Rhea county, last
Saturday morning, receiving injuries which
have doubtless proved mortal before this ac
count will meet the leaders eye.
Our informant states that the boy was occu
pied about a cane mill, which was worked
by a lever horse power, when his head was
caught between the lever to which the horse
was hitched, and his skull broken. Thera was
1 ! i a 1 1 A 1 i t . I
uuio space oeiween me lever and the cross
beam that when the child was caught the ma
Medical aid was at once procured, and thnntrTi
the little sufferer was alive on Sunday morning,
he was unconscious. No hones were entertm'npH
of his recovery.
b. Bissinger has just returned from New
lork, where he has purchased and is now re
ceiving a fine stock of clothing and gents' fur
nishing goods. His leng experience in this
market is a sufficient guarantee that Mr. Bis
singer purchases what the people need, and the
success with which he has met is evidence. tW.
he is appreciated. Call before making your
purchases elsewhere. He will be found at his
old stand, corner of Gay and Clinch streets.
The Board of Directors of the
East Tenn. Agricultural Society
Take pleasure in announcing to the public that the
EASTERN DIVISION FAIR
WILL BE HELD ON THE
Fair Grounds, Knoxville,
SUMMER TR A D E.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 101 Ii,
Throughout the Week,
The Board of Directors invite the hearty co
operation of the people of East Tennessee in
making the Fair of 1871 superior in the dis
plays of tho
AGEICTJLTUEAL AND MECHANICAL
Use Globe Flower Cough Syrup.
The fall term of Mrs. M. A. Richardion's
school will commence on Monday, September
4th, in the Episcopal school-room of St. John's
church. Having made considerable alteration
in the rooms, she can accommodoto a larger
number of pupils than before.
Any person wishing for further particulars
win piease can on ner at the residence opposite
Dr. Alexander's, on the corner of Clinch and
Crooked streets. vii 18-lm
How to Look Well.
A well dressed man is generally a good look
ing man, whether naturally handsome or not.
Widowers, bachelors and very young gentle
men can be greatly improved in appearand by
having their clothes made at the fashionable
tailoring establishment of R. C. Bailey & L.
A. bammons. 1 heir shop is over tho store of
John W. Paulett & Co., corner of Market
Square, (west side,) opposite Citv Hall. They
keep on hand a good supply of Cloths, Cassi
meres, Vestings, &c., and are fully prepared to
do all kinds of work in the tailoring line. Ren
ovating and repairing attended to. The quality
of work guaranteed and prices moderate. This
nrm win act fairly by you. Call and see them.
Industries and Eesources
WVnw? rM r1C sccial. attention of Merchants in Tennessee, Southern Kentucky, Virginia
orth Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, to a very large addition to their Summer stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS,
Hardware, Queensware and Groceries,
adapted to the requirements of the people, including the bf-st and mo;t desirable lines of
BOOTS AN SHOES,
ever offered to the Trade. Their very heavy ditrib ution of Goods gives them the
EASTERN DIVISION OF TENNESSEE,
To any of the preceding displa3Ts.
A cordial invitation is extended to
From Middle and "West Tennessee and from
of placing large orders with the Manufacturers, thereby enabling them
hands of tho Merchant upon the most favorable terms.
to place Goods in the
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
, . ---I
Is now being
prepared and will shortly be
John Lichtenwangcr has the best family flour
for sale. All goods are guaranteed and taken
back free of charge, if satisfaction is not given.
Remember he will take the flour to your house.
Coal at Wholesale.
I am prepared to furnish all persons who
wish it with the very beit quality of bitumin
ous coal, by the car load, at very low figures
By order of the Board of Directors.
JAS. S. BOYD, President.
C. McCORKLE, Secretary.
L. C. SEEPAED,
Corner of Main and Crooked Sts., Knoxville, Tenn.
EVERY variety of Metalic Cases and Caskets, Fine Silver-mounted Caskets and
Cofflns, Ornamented. Emblematical or Plain, readv for im
I have a No. 1 IIEARSE, furnish Carriases and everything used in my line, including an asrortn
Ai I make thia my ex-
D. A. CARPENTER.
MARTIN E. ROSS.
Orders bv Telegraph filled at once. Interments attended to in cityor country
cliicivo busincM, I can make it to the interest of thoso wishing my servi-cs
. xJ. Having been appointed Agent lor
TAYLOR'S PATENT CORPSE PRESERVER,
I am rrepared to keep Bodies from Four to Six Days before putting them into coffins, when deired
WJUshop Rights for the use of these Preservers, aad tho Preservers, can be obuined ot me
Julyl3-deod3m; L; c SUEPARO.
e take delight in referring our afflicted
friends to the drugstore of E. J. Sanford & Co
where that most estimable medicine. Dr S o'
Richardson's Sherrv "Win T5ittor v
1 "iir . f -" vvvi vein uu Uiv
cured. We advise our friends to use it, because
we know its value in curing fever and Aeue
diseases common in the West and all new
countries. It should be kept at hand in every
Sold by all drtiggists.
Essays for Young Men, on great SOCIAL
f P Vhich ntCrfere
-UAlklkliUji. and min tho hnnmnoc,! ..f il
sands. with sure means of relief for the Errin?
and Lnfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Sent
... ivLtci erivi nnpc tpao at rhnn
CARPENTER & ROSS.
on the west side of rai-
s seeking bnr
The great rush
Place is caused bv the
gains at Itenshaw's furniture ware rooms.'
To be taken in the place of Quinine or Bitters
of any kind; the dose is small and its virtues
undoubted. It will be found cheaper and bet
tea than any other remedy for that purpose, and
also as a general Plantation and Family Medi-
"-, uiiiiiuuiis Oliver lieguiator hi
ias no supe-
ra nrnc, HOW A 1tV AcK?X'Ai.rZ;al!?-
onlv what passed Mr. Conner's homon V.i; u V5n3. 4,U,VAA11U 2 S.
road, and those not all. as the bovs tir nni nnH "M ""UP. - sept3-d3m
Oreene Connly Items.
A Are occurred at Pkheatown on the nicrhth of
the 0th consuming four shops. Loss, $4,000.
A meeting ot great interest lias been held at
Stone Dam Camp Ground under the auspices
of the M. E. Church.
We had the pleasure of attending a Sunday
School picnic on the 9th instant. The congre
gation was large. Speaches were made bv
Kevs. AV. B. Bankin and J. A. Ruble, of
A little child of Mr Missincer. of th fith dis
trict of this county, was burned to death on the
Cth inst. Arthur
StraXGERS visiting our rifv rli
will find the E. T. B. It an agreeable lounging
place, and always a cheerful welcome from the
New Clothing House.
Gaines, Bro. & Co. h
ture in their business, by opening a clothing
department in their boot and shoe house. The
second hoor is almost filled with a well selected
stock of ready made clothing and gentlemen's
furnishinar goods. Thev .,rT c,.n,vi, ti,:
1 . - 1 v- iuiiiicu any til i n
nu everj uiing woin by the masculine popula
tion from a hat down to a pair of boots. And
speaking of these latter, tb;- t, i i
as formerly, as well as the latest style of ladies'
boots, gaitors .shoes, &c. The new attraction
will meet with a liberal patronn .m, ,n
. Teachers for Colored Schools.
Jefferson county school commi;nn... :
insr teachers for colored schools.
by calling on Yardley Warner, Maryville.
Brown's Block, Gay Street,
WE TAKE THIS METIIOD OF INFORMING
the Merchants of East Tennessee and Western
North Carolina that we have opened a new and varied
ioc oi aii Kinas oi
Comprising full Line of
COFFEES, TEAS, SUGARS,
SOAPS, CANDLES, PICKLES,
CANDIES, PRESERVED FRUITS,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
DYES, SHOT, LEAD, BUCKETS,
TUBS AND CHURNS,
WILLOW WARE, ROPE, fc.
Our stock is entirely new and fresh, and hjivinj been
bought since the reduction in the tariff, oui
Coffees and Teas
Cannot be undersold by any other house in the city.
EAST TENNESSEE BOOK
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.
To Merchants we Offer Special Inducements.
Saddles and Harness.
T. 0'CONNER & CO..
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Of Every Description,
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
Harness and Collars.
Also, Wholesale Dealers in
Drugs and Medicines.
vr. r. BAKEK.
B. J. STEPHENSON
Mr. L. Schwfiikfird tha well l-nr.- v--i
tailor on Cumberland street, has just received a
lull stock of gentlemen's fall goods, which he
iJlrepaied to.ma,k.e UP in garments of the latest
stvie. Examine his stock, and from his We
selection you will be at once convinced of his
Furnished for Balls, Parties and Picnics, at
short notice, by A. M. Spiro & Bko. ivV
Brick! Brick t!
"VI luv .. ...
"w, gooa onck, well burned, now on hand.
Commission Merchants. SADDLERS' HAEDWAEE.
v e also deal in
WHEAT, CORN, BACON
for sale hy
t A" RIlline Lots For Sale.
I offer a few Building Lots, in the city, for
marS-tf JS' A' Mabry'
VCrV host niiolltrr rr t t ft t, t-
figures.' at lny coal yard' at low
viii-l'l-tf. A. S. Marixeb.
Highest market price always given.
tCS-Consignments solicited and liberal Cash Ad
ances made. CARPENTER k ROSS,
mar23-dJcTTly Brown's Block, Gay StZ
SEEDS ! SEEDS ! !
20O " ORCHARD GRASS
200 " HERDS or RED TOP
20O " .KENTUCKY BLUB GRAM
2,000 SECOND BAND 2 bUheL BAGb
J ust received.
Serrt Wheat, Oats, Bnrley and Rti
BLANCIIARD CHURN. FARM "vJg0n!1W.
IIOIG1I A CHt RCII, Seedsmen,
nuS13-dw3m KsoxvitLK, Ttyy.
Orders for job work from
ties promptly attended to at the Chroxicle of-
The City Clothing Bazar.
CHRISTIAN & MILLER,
No. 10 Gay Street, '
Knoxville, - - Xeimoisisee.
rOnposito Base Ball Ground.
THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RESPECTFULLY
inform the citizen ot Knoxville and trade gener
ally that the hare located in the city for the purpose
of conducting tho Clothing business in all its diUerent
branch?, and will keep a well selected stock ot"
Ilencly 3Xatle ClotlUiiir
And Gents' FuBXiSHixr, Goons, and. in fact, every
article to make a gentleman's wardrobe complete.
They will also keep a fine stock of Cloths. Caiuicres :
and Vestings. which wil be made to ord r in the be.-t
manner, at short notice, by Mr. P. .McDisit, whoe j
long experience and skill as a manufacturercannot fail j
f please all who may give us a call. Try us. No. 1-JO
Gay street. September 9th, 1S7L d(3t !
Advertise and grow rich. t
BAKER & STEPHENSON,
Have just opened a new lot of
Which they offer as
Low as any other House in the Citv.
Paid to Cmm
Carefully rrepared by
BAKER & STENIEXS0X.
J. M. TH0H.nCRGH.
CHA3. D. M GCrrKT
TIIORMJUUGIi & McGUFFET,
Attorneys at Law,
I ractice in the Circuit and Chancery Courts of Knox
and neignboring rouutie.x. and in the Supreme aneV.
federal Courts at Knoxville.
Collections made at all points in Eut Tennessee,