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TH'E DAtxlt CHRONICLE.
JB A BXCKS, Proprietors.
TUFDAY MOKNING, JUNE 24, 1873.
THE WEEKLY CHEOIJICLE
Publishes in every hunt, facts about the soil, climate,
piIaMiprice'Iand, and advantages offered to
Immigrants ix East Tennessee. These articles are in
tended Wafford reliable information to strangers, and
are prepared carefully and -afford tier cheapest and
most reliable information obtainable, .Specimen cop
ies of the paper sent on- application.. For terms of
eub?c iption see fourth page.
THE LARGEST CIRCTJEATIOH
Tot AitylDallj MbliAeft'14nut Tenaeiie.",
FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE
Monroe Couuty. ...
MHaviiig Veen written to by various parties
from different sections oftheXorth and West
for correct aud rcliabjenfoi rnation about
Fast Tennessee, and espcdaliy;. the section
where I reside I AviU crave the inedium'of
your valuable journal to jot down a few
facta aff regards this old - and much-abused
county WhjrJ fay so ia that . the mode of
cultivation "by the ""bull tongue and one
horse," and the planting of .corn and sow
ing of wheat among the standing corn,
has tended to produce poyerty in the , soil,
ai well as;aniong the people, and: to, the
shame of the operators, the county
atibws by the last census a less population
by some 1,200 than she had in 183040 years.
The cbllstautlrain, upon iasfine aoll as
the suirshihes on in f the i laland.of .Cuba
has induced out people lo'mbve West and
1 1 Texan, where they expect the freshness
of the soil and tho mercy of a kind Provi
dence will give them still a further respite
from toil and labor. ) They" frill find even
t: ipph that there is no excellence without
K'reauiud unceasing lalwfTMouroe counf :
ty Ufis av luis unit? a large picum. v iauu
for sale, ,aud at figures that will attract. I It
possesses a'mo're varied geological formation"
taan any oiner county iu iuc ouvic,
innro lHirtiou of the .mineral such as
frold. iron marble. lead, manganese
pranhitccoDner and baryta, .will repay iu
the working for exportation ,.jwith some
fmprovetl facilities oi iransporiaiiou,
when tlie large variety of limes and felu
mnr is made available as. a fertilizer, to re
cuperate the soils that have been exhaust
ml with, the cultivation of corn. Hi i.-U
The main ridge through thecentre of the
onnntv from south to north, divides the
waters runniucr to the Gulf and the Ten
nessee river, with springs of greativolume
along its whole extent.lhe sources ofsome
eight or Bine large crEeKarnowing cast into
the Tennessee riyerj and eachone' capable
of driving7 a'lanje amount of- machinery,
with ample tails and a never-failing sup
ply and on ihe west some six prominent
creeks, now dotted with mills and cotton
srins. and only a small portion of their ca-
pucity in use. isesiues me xeiucu river,
with ils crystal waters, and affording a
water power equal to all Lowell, and supe
rior to any other river in Tennessee, owing
I - t AT.t IX .
t its easy control auu uevenauiug sup
ply and affording- navigation for all the
productions of its mills and furnaces, as
well as the products of its large extent of
superior bottom laudsraua wnicu oy its al
most annual overflow is made rich with
its deposits and gives back to it an annual
increase overanu aoove uie exnausiion oy
cropping. Tbe-plateau upon, the moun
tain: some eurbt miles m .wiuiu, ana some
25 miles in length,-furnishes a varied geo
logical character, and of great interest to
the men of science, giving the various
states from the conglomerate formation to
the gneiss, including tlie mica, s ate ami
semeutine formations, with lanre and
prominent veins "'gold-bearing quartz.
This section over and above all its, untold
value in mineral, is of exceeding great im
portance in the raising of fruits. - For the
most part this district, is level and covered
with a most luxuriant trowth of fox
grapes, so that wagons canbejoaded in the
season, j Apples, pears ana peacaes-grow
with almost a certainty -every yearj Pota
toes produce more than three-fold the ele
vation, oeing some ruteen uundreu feet
above the dew point! or' "thermal line."
The water of this section is of. the purest
freestone, and presents a large field for the
growing of wool and grass. Prominent
among the ir6i development; fs'al vein
some 200 feetiniwidtliruuningj through
the whole extent of the county and
which has been pronounced by
the most experienced geologists,--. a
pure vein of iron of the? si mqnite variety,
yielding fully 50 per cent, of iron.. Now
this reiu extends to the Tellico river, and
that stream and the Tennessee may be
made available to transport it to ltiox
ville or other points. -Not to trespass too
muchiupon your kindness, I-?isK ttf say,"a8
I set out todo that Monroe county presents
strong inducements to the seeker after the
finest climate ''and lands ' the ' contiaeut
posesses ; that lands are held here at a
reasonable price ; the owner, is willing to
take the value,1 and the Iands,wi!l be found
better watered than in any coiinty iu the
State, making them ' well adapted to
grasses, and the raising of sheep ustead
The people of Monroe coauty are moral,
and law-abiding, audit will be found that
the Sabbath is fully as well kept here as iu
Connecticut The .-people 3 here do r not
drink beer that works 6nv?Suuda3's.but
they drink "mountain dew,"1 made' with
the shuck Ton,- and sometimes without
Uncle Sam's stamp thereon. I do ; say in
all soberness, that I know of no county
offering greater - and better " inducements
to the emigrant from the rigid North and
West, than-Monroe county.- I have
traveled much and far, and I think that I
am not mistaken. ' iii ' 1
Let the traveler pass up or down the
Sweetwater Valley, along the railroad and
he will see a fair specimen of the lands in
the whole county, as those of Fork" Creek.
Bat Creek and Tellico Valley are equally
as good. The others may be more rolling,
but possess the same mineral power of recuperation.-
. , . , ,
The health' aud longevity of Monroe
county and a portion of Western North
Carolina is shown byther census. , From
the high table land. in the centre t)f the
county, the lands desceud to the Gulf of
Mexico, giving a prominence av to
health,- furnishing good .air the couu
. ty, being free from fevers or chills, without
any disparagement to other counties.
Mr. Lditor, ; all Monroe county asks is
for the enterprising man or woman to come
among us, with labor, brains or money, and
they will find we have not over stated the
resources and climate of East Tennessee.
The proof of the pudding is to eat it."
The price and quality of the lands and
other surroundings will determine the in
ducement to . actual settlers. Let them
The Memphis Appeal is kind enough to
give Kuoxville a gratuitous advertisement
in 'republishing the Banner's lie about the
panic and prevalance of cholera! in Knox
ville. Will the Banner make known its
authority for that cruel and entirely false
report? It has done Knoxyille a vast deal
of harm and itowes our people some bet
ter explanation than it has thus far given
of why it was published. ! t
Of the deaths in Nashville, the Appeal
- The people of Nashville have surrender
ed themselves toheir fears, and result is
that ten thousand have left for other
points, no doubt carrying the disease with
them, leaving those who remained behind
to become the prey, of, an almost decimat
ing disease r as jve have said, aggravated by
fear amounting to, a panic; d Yesterday the
deaths there amounted to the terrible figure
of 71, nearly one-fourth of one per cent, of
the population of Nashville and Edgefield
combined, setting that ?d$wn at $30,000;
The name rate of mortality, in New Work
would kill 2,400 in a sin gfej day, 1,200 in
SVJUui8fr'720 in Cincinnati.' 900 in Chica
go, or 150 in Memphis. This is a fearful
death rate to contemplate, but instead of
scaring it should operate to, warn people to
prudence Jn diet, cleanliness of person and
premises and care to adopt preventives on
the least symptoms of the disease.
b The following fronT! tlie) Xfnlqn and
American, would Indicate neglect -approaching
.! A gentleman in the tenth ward informs
us that he knows of some deaths of colored
people in his neighborhood, who have been
allowud to remain for, upwards of 24 hours
between death and interment, and he is
satisfied that other colored people in the
same and adjoining tenements have rcon
tracted the, disease from the foul odor of
these dead. bodies. .TliisMs a matter that
the sanitary, committeei would . do well; to
look into. r 7-:,Vj rJ,,
SIXTH EZIRK'S cTURNEEST,
1 23d, 24lhj 'and 25lh of Janei 1873,
r 3 r. '
' - , i i .
First Day Mondny, June 23.
11 o'cloch. i. v. Receiving of delegates and visitors
by the Knoxrille Torn Verein and the Mayor and City
CounciL . s-
Welcome Fpeech and banquet at Turner If 1K
Aternoon. Music and Song Contest.
Evikixu. Grand Concert -.
V;. Second Day TaesUny. June 2HU.
9 o clock, a. v. Meeting at the Hall and proceifcioa
to the picnic grounds.
Oration of the day, by Mr. L. A. Grafz of Knoxville.
Prize Contest in Turning.
Games and renerat amusements.'" T fS f Tl
JEygsisa. Grand Torch-light rroccsnop.' i &
Third Day-lVednesday, Jnne 23lli.
9 o'ct.ock, a-v. Meeting of the delegates in Turner
unn. anu opsDing oi me se.-fion.
ErEMXtt. Grand Turner BjII.
For rbitora from MeinDbU. Nasbvill. C.h itfannno-a
Atlanta, aud other cities, the price on the railroads has
Deen reuucea to nail Lira. vilidtit.
UAVE. REMOVED TTHEIR, STOCK
their ' Xcwly ' Fitted Bui diuff,
Nearly opposite Ileal and Locke's old stand, former'y
occupied hy rauk-tt A Co.,
here they will be pleaded to greet ihcir old (rien '
.. -v 1 and eustomers wi h a greatly en arged. . . !
Full and Complete Stock
of everything pertaining to their line. Tidtftvtt
L-. If, U :
At the popular corner of , r .
rJAY AS1) CXI Mil NTREr!t.
REGS 'TO INFORM HIS OLD PATRONS AND
JL tne public generally that he has now on hand a
ii' t- ,
1 x mdyestings,
Which will bo made to order in the
Lalest Slyles and af Reasonable Prices.
Also a full line o the best manufacture er
, READY- MADrk CLOTHING.
iFor BoysToutbyanl' MenV
.; . . - T.IIE
Gent's Furiiishiiis: Goods
Department uncomplete in every rfspebt. ! ! f..
KCall and examine and save money.
, . . TV. ; GEO. . S. : FLX'US,
' ' . IVo. 98 Gar st.
inch 181 )to
Chancei jf lourt At Knoxville.
I t No. 2,52 J.
M D. Bearden and Wife and others vs. Leroy Kidd
' and others.
It appearing from the bill filed in this came, which
is sworn to, that the defendants Mahal Nelson, nil-.
iiarn Kobioson, Alalinda Robinson. Marth E Daniel,
I icy Daniel. Lucy Dxniel. Mircus K. D niet. lienia-
min M. Daniel and John Daniel, are non residents of
the State of Tennessee: It is ordered that the defend
ants above ned appear before the Chancery Court
aXR.noT.uie,Tjrneree, on thefirft Monday in July
next, is,3, aim make demise to the bill filed in this
cause, or the s mo will I e ta'ien for confessed.
A true copy. Attest:
May ai. 1S73.-V 4wt M. L. PATTER -ON. C &M.
t lj U. Mai-slicil Sale.
M-rtin rRASI1' IN FRONT-OF COF
' tlXh fQitty 8treC Knoxville. Tenner
ithe4th day of J une. I87:i. the following per-r
sooai prorerty. to-wii: rort-fiVn rstinn
more or less, and one Copper Sun n.i w..
a'oo. on tb same day. at the court house in ai,l
of knoxville, one two-lorse Wagon and Harness and
two Hordes: said properly seized a d forfeiicd to the
United State, for violation Internal Revenue Lnw
IS. P. EVANS."
J une 11th, 1873 -dlOt U. is Marshal.
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD INCREASE
L OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR SKIN AND
i UEAUT1FUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
UAS MADE THE MOST ASTOUNDING CURES.
' t o quick, bo rapid are the changes tho body under
i' gos. under the hjflpiice of this truly wcndeiful
Every Day an, IncfeaseTin ,
arid Weight is Seen and Felt..
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER
Every drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLV
ENT communicates through the Blood; Sweat, Urine,
and other fluids and juices of the system the rigor of
life, lor it repairs the wastes -of the body with new
and sound matiaL- Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption,
Glandular Disease, Ulcers in the Throat and Mouth;
Tumors, Nodes in the Glands, and other parts of the
system;Sore Eyes, Strumrous discharges from the Ears,
and the worst forms of Skin Diseases; Eniptiotfl, Fe
Yer Sores. Scald Head, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Ery
sipelas. Acne, Black Bpote, Worms in the Flesh. Tu
mors, Cancers in the Womb, and all weakening and
prove to any person using it for either of these forms
of disease its potent power to cure them. ;
w If the patient, daily bcoomiog reduced by the wastes
and-decomposition that -is continually progressing,
sveceeds in arr&iting these wastes, and repairs the same
with new material made from healthhy blood and this
the SVRSAPARILLIAN will and does secure -a cure
is pertain j tor when once this remedy commences its
work of purification, and succeeds in diminishing . the
loss of wastes, its repairs will be rapid, and every day
the patient will feel himself growing better and strong
er, the food digesting better, appetite improving, and
flesh and we ght increasing.
Not only does the SarsaDarilliftn Regolvent tcp1 1.
known remedial agents in the cure of Chronic, Scrotu-
ious, constitutional, atm una Syphiloid diseases, but
it ia iae onu positive cure lor
and Bladder Complaints
Vnpary ana noma uncases, Uraycl, Ujabetes, Drop
eyt Incontinence of Urine, Bright's disease, Albumiuu
ria, and in eases where there are Brick dust deposits, o
the water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances use
tne wnite or an egg, or threads like white silk, or there
u a morbiddark, bilious appearance, and white Buc
dust deposits, and where there is a nrickinz. burnin.
8ensat:on, and pain in the small of the hack and alon?
Tomer Of Twelve Tears Growth Cured by
f- JHMiways nesoneuu . ..
' ' . Bbtxslt, Mass.. Jfuly 18, 16j.
" Vi. KADWAT I have had Ovarian : Tumor in the
oyariss and bowe Jg. All the doctors said "there w
no help lor it. 1 tried everything taat was recom
mended, but nothing helped me. I saw your Keso.r
ent, and thought 1 would try it, but had no faith iu''-
because I had suffered for twelve years. 1 took six
bottles of the Kesolvent, one box of Kadways PLLs
and used two bottles of your Ready Relief ; and there
Is not a sign ol a luinor to be seen or felt, and 1 lcvJ
better, smarter and happier than 1 have for tw,
years. Ihe worst Tumor was in the left side ot the
bowels, over the roin. I write this to you for the ber -
Afit of Others. nn r.nn rmtilish it if vnn pIiiunp
t AN IMPORTANT LETTER '
from a prominent gentleman an I ree'dent pf Cincinna
ti, Ohio, for the past forty years well known to the
newspaper publishers throughout the United States:
New York. Oct. lith. 187a
i Dr. Radway Dear Sir : 1 am induced by a sense of
duty to the sunering to make a brief EUtement ol the
working of your medicine on myself. ' For several years
I bad been aflected with some trouble in the. bladder
and urinary organs, which tome twelve months ago
culminated in a terjb y agictipg dCQse, which the
physicians all said was a epasm Jdic striiture. in the
urethra as ako latlamuiition ot the kidnevs and blad
der, aud gave it as their opinion that ipy age 7 years
would prevent my ever getting radically cured. I
.biul tried a number ot physicians, and had taken a large
-quantity oi niemcinccotn aiopatnicana nomeopathie.
-but irot no relief. I had read ot astonishing cures har-
iug been made Lv your remedies; and some :our mouths
vuj I read a notice in thePhiladelphiaSaturday Even
icg Post of a cure haying been effected on a person who
diad Ion been suffering Hi I h"'4 beep. ? 1 went right
off and got some ol each your cariiapaf ilium Itesolv
'cnt.' Heady Relief a d Kegul-ting pjUs act com
menced taxing tueiu. in ree days x was greatly re-
levcd, and now leel as well as ever. . . .
C. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, thio
Railway's Ready , Relief
Cures the "Worst !Pains ia from One to
Not one hour after reading this advertisement need
any one suffer with pam.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
t a sure cure. It was the first and is the Only Pain
- Remedy that instantly stops the most
excruciating pains. r
ALl.ATS INFIMMATIOAS AWD ( IKK
. . CONGESTIONS.
Whether of the Lungs. Stomach, Bowels, or of t1--glauds
and organs, by one application in from or.e
twenty minutes. - .
No matter how violent or excruciating the pains t
Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervo
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer , ' .
15 art way's Ready Ilelief
-' : -, ; Will afford Instant ease: ' ;
Inflammation of the Kidneys. Inflammation of the
Bladder, inflammation of th Bowels, Congestion
'. of the Lungs, Sore Threat, Difficult Breathing. r
v. .,, Palpitation ot the Heart, Hysterics, Croup.
Dipthcria, Catarrh, Iniiuenxa, Head- :
' ache. Toothache, Neuralgia,' Rheu- ' '
"':T .--T-rxaatistn,- Colds, -Chills, tc--'-i
The application of the Ready Relief to the part of
parts where the pain or difficulty exists will aBord ease
and comfort. . . . .
20 Drops in a halfitumblerto Water
Will, in a few minutes, cure
Cramps, Spasms. 1 Sour Stomach,' Heartburn, Sick
Headache. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic,
Wind in the. Bowel,
"-'-' ' ' And all Internal Pains. ?
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rjidnrn.vV
Relief with them. A few drops in water wLl prevent
sicKness or pains irotn cnange oi water.
It is better than French Brandy or Bitters as a stim
? VER JSJSJy AG UEL
Fever, and Ague Cured for. Fifty Cents)
' ' The e is not a remedial agent in this world that wil
cure Fever and Ague, and all that Malarious, Bilious
Scarlet, Typhoid. Y ellow and other fevers (aided by
had way's Pills) so quick as Uzixrnj'p Ready Relief. '
50 cents per bottle. ' . '
" DR. RAD WAY'S
Perfect' Purgative an'd - Regulating
Perfectly tasteless, eieaantir coated, far the cure of
i disorders of the Stomach.- Lirer. Bowels, Kidneys,
Bladder, Nervous Diseases,-Headaehe. Constipation,
Uostiveness. Indigestion. Dyspepsia. Biliousness. Bil
ious Fever, inflammation of the Bowels; Piles and tl 1
ierang merits 'of the internal -.Viscera, warr inted to
effect a positive cure. ii i U . ? . ; ;
Containing no Mercury, Minerals, or deteterious drugs.
Oberve the following symptoms resulting from
diseases of the digestive organs : Consumption, Inward
Piles. Fullness of thi Blood in the Head. Acidity of th
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Full
ness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Si"k"
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of tie Stomach, Swimming
of the head, Huiried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation.
when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs before ' the bight, -t ever and Dull Pain in the
Head. Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowre3s of tha
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Ches, LLnbs, and
sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. A iv
doses of Radwat's Pills will free the system from all
the above named disorders. . . . -
Read ' False and Truer Send bne"'letter-tmii .
Rnwav A CO., 32 Warren Street. Ne York. In-
o"-"tion worth thousapds wi' sent vni
Boot and Shoe Maker.
NO. 6 GAY STREET.
Cuttom Madev Work on ' Hand,1
BOTH SEWEDNP PEGGED .i ;
Repairing Neatly' Executed o ! Shcrt ! If atice. -
promptly atten led to.
Rinrui aischarges; iN ight b weats, and all wastes of the
ife Principle, are within the curative range of tiia
wonder, of Modern Chemistry, and a few days' nse will
OAGS! BAGS! t&Sft
The undersigned are prepared to supply
BAGS AND SACKS
, ' . OF ALL KINDS
' """"At the Shoriesf Noticed"
SEC01VD B1SD DAGS,
-Two and Three Bushels.
Printed to order.
SEAMLESS GRAIN BAGS,
ST The Oldest Bag. House In yew .Iqrk.
U W. B. ASTE3T ar CO-i i,
vil5dojd3m ' ' i ' ; 2 Pearl Street, Kiir Yot k.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.'?
SLA. TE; RO O F I U G
Done and satisfaction guaranteed 1
; , RICHARDS k DAVIS,
At the Rolling Mill.
GIFTS TO BK PA'D 15 1CLL. - ,
Third Grand Gift Gone or
IX AID OF XBB !'- I-.- f
Public Library oC Kentiiolcy
Will be given in the great hall of Library Building, at
T ouisville. on Tcesdav, Julv 8, 1873, at which time
TEN THOUSAND GIFTS, amounting to a grand total
of 30O,O0O, all cash, will be distributed by let to
ticket holders. - No reduction in amount of gifts at thja
4itribution. batnieh gift will he paid IN FULL.
Orr;cE or Fakukr ' axd Dbotcks' Bak, -'
' "-L.OCI3VILLK, Kt., April 7, 1871. J
This is to certify that there is in the I'arMen' auHl
Iirovrrs' Kauk, to tb cred t of the Third Grard
Mft Concert for the benefit of the Public Library of
Ky.. Five 11 unci rl Thonsand Dollars, which
has been set apart bv the Managers to pay the f ifts in
full, and will be held by the Bank and paid out tor this
purpose, and this purpose only. , . , ,
(Signed . . V K. S. VEECH.-Ceshier.
'U"-'J LIST OF GIFTS. ' ,' . ' V
One Grand Cash Gift ..;....... .....t:...;....fl00,cqo
One Uraod Cash Gift ;
Une Grand Cash Gift.........
One Grand Cxb h Gif t
One Grand Cash Git....:...
lne Grand Csh Gift
;. 25,' to
.. 10,0 0
. 24 Cash Gifts of f 1.0U0 each...u,
fa cash Gifts or 500 each.;
80 Cash Gilts of 400 each
100 Cash Gifts of j , SO eaeh.il.
, 150 Cash Gifts of . 200 each..-.
- ryu t-asn tiirrs ot - imi each.....
9,0pa Paso Gifts. Qf lq each.....
... ToUl. f JO.OOa Gifts, all Cash, , . . toOAOOO
Only a few tickets remain unsold, and they will he
furnished to the first applicants at the following prices i
Whole .tickets, $10i' halves. J5j quanenv t350r.ll
wholes for $1C0, ti for $300, 113 far S1.000. .
For tickets andftill iaformation. apply to, "
v2!Uwlw TH03. K. BRAMLETTE. LuvilU.Ky.
Bakers and Corifectionors.
f ,! AT THEIR NEW STAND. "
: TSo.y OO ' Ody Street, '
' 0 DOOR SOUTH OF THB K. T. B. B ,
WILL KEEP. CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
A FULL STOCK OF THE
Finest r Confectioneries,
They are prepared to furnish everything in a Baker's
line at short notiee, and orders from families for Ice
Cream, Cakes, ko.. will receive prompt attention.
Our ICE CKEAM SALOON will be opened in a few
days, of which due notice will be given.
. country merchants are respectfully invited to exam
ine our stocic.
A. M. SPIRO k. RR(l.
56 Gay Street. Knoxville. Tenn.
Is now regarded as I NTAMAl?D KAKIV; i dtt.
DKK, and the best art ir!2 prepared fornaklne Hir.
irliolexome and dcliri;w - j;MMTS, fcOI.!,-.
BKKUN iRIIDLK and other t AKKS &c Ac.
Itls Infjllililc, and alwaM na 'r for ImrW!-'
rcip. Tho liest YKXS't VOl)VAX fornrn lon-Stl
YOYA(;tS to AXIT PART OK Tlfh' Ol.OltH, 9
It m rtMivrnifiit and rmnomicaU T O Wl?Tn
OK FOOI I'ltKPAKKil WITH IT. Sold errjwrs
byG UOt EIJS, SHIl'-CIIAXDLtlt3 end DEALCIH.
' DOOLET & EROTHEIl, llacufactnrcrs,
' , . ' TTIIOLE3ALE DETOT, . " .
c9 yzir 0TiiEET,yt;v'.YonK.
ANUFACTCRER AND WHOLESALE
Retail Dealer in all kinds of
MATTRESSES, PATENT BED SPRINGS. .
CUILDRfiN'S CARRIAGES, ic. !
AT THE OLD-FURNITURE STAND,
Xo. HO Gay Street.
ec7dly ... i
--.' - ,.-.... :
AM'UOR LINE STEAMR
.rr Sail from Pier a. North River. New York,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
The passenger accommodations on steamers of this
line are a r surpassed for elegance and comfort. Cabin
siit rooms are alt ou upper deck, thus securing good
light and ventilation.- - ...
RATES OF PASSAGE T ) GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL
- ' OK LONDONDERRY: v .
. : i i - - S it. steamers. Wedl steamers,
: ... Gold. j Currency.
Cabins ....f (j and C65. . $75 and 63.
Cabin return tickets se-;
earing bestaccommo I : : -'
dations .... LU fia).
n i c . - , steerae. currency. $30. . ..
- 4ertib?ate5 for Dassacre from ur nnrr n, nl1
station in Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent at
rated as low as by anv other first class Hoe ' For pas
sage apply to HuaiBsas Bkothkm.7 B-wli Green.
N. Y.. or to ; - JULIUS OCHS.
Or, Cha3. H. Baomr. Exchange Bank, i . ; vSdawim
j , ICEEP.COOLt-
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Go to:Ai; LOBENSTINt
For Clolhiu' Cheap and Fisc!
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Chancery Court at Knoxville.
PETITION FOR INCORPORATION. : ? ' I
r- .:; -No. 2,510,
C M. McGh;). Columbus Powell. IIu. L. McClun
Joseph R. Mitchell. H. C." Gillespie, 11. M.Xciung'
II. L. Wbeeler.-Ex parte
'PHE ABO VIS -NAMED" PARTIES REPRESENT
X that they, t'gether with others, are the jo.nt ewn
ers of a tract of land lying iu the county of CabelJ.
near the town of J acksboro'. and said tract has mpoo it
certain valuable mineral springs, which pour forth
water ot great medicinal powers and propertter: and
they havirg hied their petition in tte Chancery Court
at Knoxville, Tennessee, asking to be in corix rated ua
der the name and style of Eagle Nest Spring Compa
ny, for the purpose of establishing at said spring
upon said land, a Watering Plaee; and operating the
same : i t is therefore ordered by the Cle k and Master
tbat pub ica'ion be made for thirty days in be Hmos.
vUle Daily Chronicle, aoiifying all persona who may
deare to resist such corporation to appear tefore the
Chancery Court at Knoxville, on or before the next
Special Term of s ii 1 Co-irt, to be holder at the eoart
house in knoxville. on the first Monday in July nejt,
that being aL-o Rule Day and show cause, if any they
have, why letters of incorporation should not leue. a
pra-e;l in said petition: er the eime will be procecde
with ex parte. June 5th. 18?3. ' j
Ti.1304 ' M.g.P4TTER0N,C.M...
Are now offering to the Trede Ihe largest and mot
,. desirable stock of .
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ever brought to the Southern eoaatry.
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Uvg received direct fmm the maaufactnrer?, an !m-
. mensd stocg or '
BOOTS AND SHOES,:
niauw vo umcr, oi iu? nest material, ana as tneir vc y
uuf yaicuun cccars o iBta extremely low ng
are. thty are enabled to guarantee thir prices
against any market in the United States.
COVAtt, UcCLUNG & CO.
Have the handsomest line of
Includint Ladies' Trimmei Goods, they ever purchas
ed, and at lower prices. "
covvAu, ncCLiiHG a col
Have in store a Fresh Stock ef " '
clot ii i n ;g;
Adapted to the season.
COIVAU, LcCLUiJG G. CO.
Are in rsceipf of Pull Lhesof ,' "i:
ajM: t'sa' ' v-i ' wL!v - "V"" J' ' i
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. Also have a Special Department for
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COWAN, 'McCLUNG & titi
SELL ONLY TO!
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AND .-'".Vt . !
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IT O T IONS'
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r .slid ft r,"i I
Lvf cvr.i - ;
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Has bow in his sew Store
A Magnificent Stock of Go
AND SUMMER THAU
In great variety, consisting of
,? S BLACKTAND? COLORED LYONS
BLACK AND GRAY STRIPED SUMMER SILK,
JAPANESE SILKS. Plain and Striped.
- 5:n 3 'Black Iton Grenadinet.: t n :
SILK STRIPE FRENCIGRENADINEb i Color.
t Printed I iaea Lavas and L aea Suitiags.
Jiiin Percale Batute Cloths and Piques."
LIGHT WEIGHT ALL WOOL IRE5C1I CASS
. .MURES, for Spring and Summer wear.
A splendid sioclot ZZ'517.:i
WHITE GOODS-AND EMBROIDERIES.
One and Two Button
- - KID GLOVES,
te,Wack aud aiede colors and ptrrj iltftx
Ladles and Children' English and German Hosiery
.Ladit s and Children's Gnie Uader Vests.
i . . : -., - j ; . A bBitif,,! tdsottmeat of 1 '
SILK tlEVSCARFS.'6ASH RIBBONS ; 1? ti
rPOIXT COLLARS AND POlAT HDairgT
fAJTS; PARASOLS. r -HAIR
. iHHbi'ii L' i k. t Tntn . .
i f:i 1 i v uitu xt.iv LAr1
.f U ) it. ,.: . .. I IIUtXlKi VVTli2i.C?
Goods A iwn whh pleasvrt.
41 V. A 9MJ C.
GENT'S AND BOYS' FINE CLOTHING. : '
All good i this department made in Ua bet Ban
ner, - 4 - - - . 1 .,"'
XEW YORK MILLS AND WAMASUTTASIIIRT1
Open back and front. -
LINEN COLLARS-Ci'ar. byroa, D(cktn, Women
"Matineet aBdethTBtjlea.;v r j- jr- .t
LINEN AND DRILL DRAWERgl
Silk and Gauze Uadershirti. f o I
Silk, Lisle and Cvtton Half Ho,
Suspenders. Braee. Crvata. 4 '
1i: :!'??;.! !. Collar Battens. Sleeve Buttea.
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G odrodan lttwpr,.
'-' ' ,r'iL , ALVIN- BARTON,
ft .;-. is i Vi.i l' --.n,.i i. ' -19 Oay gt.
UNejw patterns new on exhibition ia i ; j
i , Vetveu, a tram body ttraweu.
Budy Brvjeela and Tapettry Stair Carpets,
f :-;iif;il , n 13 ply, Ingram and Heap Carpet'.
.!.' ! "v. i Coir.Altiag..Plain and Strioei
Wn te and Checked Canton Matungs.4 4. -4aad M.
f leor Oil Ctvths. alt widths. .t
., Lace and D&mak Curtaiu. . -
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Asmiaster. Wilton aad Velfet Itin
- Meatnreta at of room taken. ; t'arpjt audtaij
put down. , . ii .
Carpeta and Mattings at wholesale atd retail.
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iaeh 29.1573." 'l
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lo il'Ar.sll i fNe.yt.
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Coal ana fl ood, Ac.
(Successor : to i ' K ENN EDT 1 : M0RR0 W j
1 ! . MINEtt A!tD DEtLEK IX
WHEELER'S BITUMINOUS COAL !
gALL ORDERS ATTENDED TO PR05IPTLT.tl
Coal and Wood delivered In anv nart n?
the city. ; :. .. , , , " '
. Office at the Store,
5o. 150 Gay Street, KX0IT1XLE, TOJ.
, , teptli ...
i vyuuuuury aaiO ' OI A4ino
TFl01,0 A DECREE OF THE CHAJ
A CERi Court at KulIinIvp. in thm - w h.
Uammon. administrator. Ac. vs. Johnf. OarrHWi
others, pwnouneed at the April term, M73, ef tail
JOOrt. 1 will Melt nn thm nrm;. . .L.ll i.
On Thunday; the 2MA day of June, HH,
a tract or land oe which A. Cmit i;.t d
rbirh ha waa naixtvl n nl mu.i ..... : ,v.
iean s Station District, br-tmr thm -ja i
(iraioger county, adjoinin the landa f Joseph Wil
lums ana outers, conUiaing between eight and niM
hundred acres, more rr leas, end aeat two miles froa
the eelebrwedTaU Springs. Thais a very valaabU
farm, and has on it a fine brick dwelling and ether ia
movements.ia a health looatien and la itna.ta,! In th
pridst of a refined community, if ;
TxiMi One-half of the purchase 'money to be vU
in one year and the other half in two years, both bear
in lmrresi iron, tne aay ot saiet. rtotee wKh (to4
person ii nec inty will be rtquired for the purebtf
money, be mug interest from date, and a hen reaioel
on the land till the porchasaunoBey h felly paid.
Bufledge. ifay 9th. 1873.: ,.i.tt .,.. Tl3-de
Chaaeery Court at KDoxrllle.
PETITION FOR INCORPORATION.
William Patrick, Jamts Patrick 'and J. D. Iloimaa. of
the tuy 9l at. Louis, State of Muaourvand im
o-3. a citizen ol Knox, county. State of Tea
sec Ex parte. -
I'BE -' ABOVE jrNAMED PARTIK3 . HAVIJ8
- A filed their petition in the ChanMtv (Vmt at lui-
ville. atkipff te be ineorriormtarf. nmi nit '
style of "The Knoxfille Marble Company." ftrta
purrose ef quarrying.- manufacturint workfna ia sD
manner, and polishing and otherwise shaping, prepar
ing and shippis marble ai stone t It is therefore
dered by the Clerk aud Master that tMihiiatiua t
iade for thirtv dais ia-tha KmW I naii.M,MiMa
noUfying all persoas who may desire te retist uh ia-
eorpora tioa te appear bef ore the Chaaeery C at.
Knoxville. on or before the next Special Term of fii
Court, to be holden at th mnn K.n u. l-..-;n.
thelstMondav of Jul dti ik.i vi.ii..
and show fnwcfif aay they have, why letter et iaeor
fkltiiV"0!?1 not " u i vrpfl n the petition, or
St. touis, Menphlsi jSashTlHe and chat
-l r.i o 1 1 lanoosa Kjxilroad Liar.;,,
, Central Short IXouto. ;
Without eaange1 of Can to Nwhville.; MeKee
Union City. 11 lekmaa. Coin irrSn. IlsmKnUt Rmm
ville, and Memphis, . ; - .-: M i
OH1.T ONE CHAaCE
To Jackson, Tenn Padncah.' Kentucky. Llule Itet
Catrv and Sc Louia.
-Core than 133 Miles SUtricr ta SULeali
Than via Memphis or Lonirville, and froa 8 te IS -out
quicker than via Corinth, or Oraad Junction. ,
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i Ask for Tkketi to. Memj.hU and the Soetawea! Ha
Chattanooga and Mekenxie, and to St. Loeis end tM
gorthweatvia Nashville an tCoIunbua all Rail:
ashville and Hickman-r Rail and River.
The Lowest Special Rates for Emigrant,
mta moreAdvaatages, Quicker Tune, and Irt
Chaniea of Cars than any other route, u .
Ticketa for Sale at all Principal Ticket OStes l tl
i '': ' j' : -TNO-1T. TlI034A9.GenlSt
W. L.DANLEY.Genlk.n IT. Agent.
G. M. HAKRILL, Pan. Agea. KnexTille. T
eaa always be found at the Depot on the im
iBa. - . t , . sjx, :i . . p.
.tfjl O, TCI051 AS r' jinOn"; . :
TT-4.. . :i:.tn.tKl umkt in Knot'
villa . fill ail nlr nr LatlBK. PilB
and ernamtntal, at low rates.. Particular etteauoa f
paid to ii.. w'i. 1 - ' -
' r XM iAttirt letter, addressed te A-CBruce. Arckl- f
tect, Maranie Temple, will reeehre prompt attentlea. ;