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1UE UAlLYa CHRONICLE.
TEBHS OF DAIXY PAPER.
' TU lines. ol
0 SJn a?fetion lor advertisement
HVvtnwnti j,er line reinsertion.
X2 tt dot line each tnserti. , .
City ""J.-tidna after first insertion.
Advertisements . due i C,1,lJl-arteri. . All other
JSSJSSvSSm "on demand after ttrst in
w n PER.'
nCTTr. nr copy- 1 50
uuirt A'h but few if any tractions. There
?. i chwgein quotations, andbevremmn
vivenL fcelow. As 3 before -stated, oeca
sVenfllj a sm&U lot unpurchased for ; milling
SSrpoMi M small advance on the figures eiven
UloV; but wheat for shipping purposes will not
bme higher nr. t
The flitUT TOtrKCl CiUlHiiuva vftcj. a.-,--
yeek at quotations. - ' -.I : .
; L ctnov. And corn is only m
j,HWe demand at figure given Wow., ,.-,.
i There is no activity in the eg? market, there
. - i a .. chinnim imrroes.' 1 ' -
r The bacop trade is rather dull and quiet, -.little
U1..:.. .rfrA.l wh la-.theroJslonlv a
vr, I)V)i5.VW"5 . - .. ,
flight demand. ; ; .- 1 , .
J ti, ; j n,! Inner iioincr in ine
- i in 1 u o 1
grass, teed line, ? and qujtations remain un-
" The following are tho quotatun or leading
rtvlHcAT-S"eV prime iwhite," amber
t Cx-J3teadybujing -cked and delivered
oSnGOr; selling iu same condition nt mboc. .
. LAai-tJcarce, buying price OalOc.; selling at
JIjLigKt deniand at 3oc; 'selling.'sKckcd at
"3-Kntif FauiT-Nominal, ' '2W for' apples.'
iWlH, halves, 4; quarters. Ha3J .
'fu.ua-Stock easier; choice. f4n il
buving, t3.M)3.T5 jwr sack ; J"'V
sailing hit family brands, $3 754 2a, per sack;
extra. $3.50n3.75. - - ! ; - -1
"BA.K-In demand ; buyinghog round, 9J al(t
telling lOalOl Buying, shoulder, 8c ; sid
9)c;haiur( lOjallc tielling, shoulders, u'.te,
sides, lOiallc; hams, 12!13c. . . ' . U
: Feathkrs Buying, prime. Wuj , d'icw ana
inixed, 40a5)c: 1 ' i . J ..'
v Butter Very scarce, buying price,
ellinn in xhipping order 20a22ic . : ' - " "
Eoo5-In good Jemand at 1 lal c i".
(. BtKawAX 27a28o per pound. A
Tobaccx) Tennessee leaf, 8l2c r
Orass SKD-Timothy, $5 ptr buhnL.-
- Herd grass. $1.50 " -;';
Blue " $1.50 " '
Orchard 2.50 " V
,r- clover seed ,"7.50
Fi.ax-SkeD'-SI.OO. ...- 3 ? M
OiKstsa 85a'J0c. i ; , ',. t . i- 5
Sekei v Skaki Active, 80c.
Yklwjt Root Active, 8c.
Wool--Washed. 4vc per lb.
, iThese reports are made up from actal sale,
and the readers of the Chrohicxi; ma rely upon
T-i ;' f, BEEF CATTLE. ... ' ' f
Fat cattle-w. ig1ing from 700 to 8CiO pounds
are fn gwd demand and will sell readily tit from
8to3J. Ilea vy cattle are not wanted in this
market we quote fat, medium tize ut 3 to 3.
medium to good, 21' to 3.
' sheep. ;
The demand good: No. 1. 3a3J ; medium to
good 21a3. Fat lambs will sell at 31.
VLjv..' .Dry Goods. J i J i J Si i 'i
TTie trade in dry goods and general merchan
dise during the past week has been as good ns
usual at Jthia season of the year. ColTee is still
quoted at 1 cent higher. There has been a de
cline of 1 cent on the ' Dunnell," "American,
anoj-prt joeV J'ght prinu. : yincrpnnij re-
Fancy . prinU?, 61c.allc Fancy dclunes,20cv
4-4 fcheetings, 7ical3c Ginghams, 12ic25
. . Knoxrllle KeUU Harkcu
AjpfdriLil ; 4A5H Meat W "53 )
- (mnfl 50a3 00bo. Nail. . 8f.lon
Batter. 3040a Oats. bue.w-.4o 45
Beast, dry. SSHOct M i heat Vcwt 9J $1X0
Baeoa. ilam&j. ty Oaicna. flJ25l du?ba
Maatrr. !4(ioro l'ouitir unicRens. aoo
" Sds;-..t. I0li'?
- Bhouldera, .Wlltt
Ducks, i 16 20
Beef treea .
-6l2H Peae drd.bufl.OO1.25
. 2U2al!n FoUtoes ew'tbl
025 M Irish. 7StOO
5060?iral Peaches driedFib 8'J 9
Cofe.. i5jJ Powder., --i405yn
CbeeM... 2K?iin) Rice, MW
Cotton Iarms,dj41520 8 uyar crushed lb -16
Cora, - 70bu ,r Coffoe 1531c4
C tbbe v - - 1030J -Yellow - -4 14lf
Bia.4oa 12J15 - -Brown. tmt)4
Iloar Kfcmilr, t."65.W) SoaD.bar 510
. " Extra. Jtt.50(i.4 75 Salt, V sack A . if C
" r6npeal4.(4)4.25 Srmp otsSl-Wrxl
Tish freeh,i; 3l0n Shot... . lftf2o?tt
" Cod, 8&lUT(itt Tea CTeent.60 1.75 lb
Mackerel.- 15c black. 51.25f lb
Feathers 5060?a'Tar.'. . Wt.g 1
Uay.-.... tWall WVewt Tallow, - fUblO
Lard.ftt 12 15 .Vinegar. V aHO & 50
Holaseee. V gtlJSm
iCorrecttd .to.Saturday Jane2l5W 1873.
Baoa aid Salt Meats are quiet and lower. Grain
Wheat this article has been very dull, and prices have
experienced a considerable decline, and ib view of the
favi rble prospect of tbe new crop, it is more than
likely that the decline will continue, tornmarket
very steady, and inrcp-Bse to adrancej in the ffe-t,
Sricei have become 2' better within the past few
ays. Oats are quiet and arm at quotation. JIay-
demanu lair at la.t. vAck'a Ciriirpji. I lnnrTh ripinu.rwl
fur both city and Western brands has bealiht. wiih.
pricev ruling aoout tne taose a at last review. Lwi is
"if -request at unchaB(ed rte3. Country Produce
Ba. Baltflr and Chickens, e-nti one as heretore re
potted 1 9 oed demand at full prices. Domestic; 1 0
cI nviHs are quiet and nncbanped. - 1 - t
BacoxClear idei, U&WA; ' Clear! Rib.' iwdli!
Shoulders. i(9t, Xenna see Meats scarce and iu de
mand. We quota we'l cut and bright Cliar, Si ics, 11 ;
Shoulders, Kfite&Vs Hams.l2jii . . ...
Bcttbb (tihen, 4030; Country and Tennessee
if we-at 2530.
Coctbt raopuca Esrgs, 1518. Chickens bend,
4W4 frying iset25n 3D. rr
W i4T Mrket quiet and lower; ho'cc white. 75 ;
mht? ! as- -mA i 411 -
Goes White, SSJa; miitd and j t kw r285
RT om'iial at iWe per bushel. -f TV; T ' .
OiTS-White and mixed, 606V"" -v 'SAA .
-Jrwu a Country acd Western flour, superfine j 75i;i
- ffRs&SSSP "Ul tUttUy' $s l)Mi
lUT-Chce Kmotay II 751 85s country 11 3a - ,
Cobs Utty-CitofU; country 8287. f '
tisr.-Dned. l-)17; fresh. l(K2oper lb. "
J ' . ' 'Atlakta.' June 7th. 1873.
Cots-While-81a2; yellow 83.
CoiEjItAL 7vS0iw bu?hl. .
T Ked SI Wa2 vorwhite f 2 10a2 20; atnbcr 12 05
2-anttd 62 ;"! ' ' -: " .
m&?n?Tft 'V-ettra familrfW 7"ir family
WtiAT BixtllZOalZ? ' .ff --fM
MTTWTr fl ; timothy f 1 STal 90.
Beu MtATCUar rib ides WaWJ clear sides 104
15,ilwBlI 1JKxli' stttar cured heai (canvassed)
Uio-TiVes ibilO cans 11 UeJ WYt- '' ?
Draffs ':'.;.! ;ll
The drue trade holds up well and Fales during
tho past week, have been upon the ' average.
Prices are firm, vwith an upward tendency. ; P.
and N...Quinine has already, advanced to $2.75
per oz. and will no doubt go higher. Oils re-;
main unchanged 6ince our last report'- ; i " i
, Paints arc a trifle weaker, but so faf no change
in prices has been experienced. r, . .. .. .
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CITY & SUBURBAN PROPERTY
We offer for sale the most attractive Hat of City and
Suburban Property ever before ofered in Knox villa,
and we invite the attention of investors to the follow
iflgi tt 1 ,viiiv'.i ii
Two Hundred Lots,
.(,('' I '. .'IV- ,r;ii-'.i.l .111 k
t UI UI iXVlVi' . ,
I V'.l rl ,'.
Eleven Lots iri 3ast BioxviHe.'17-
near to" and on Mabry ftrcet Situated on high
groand. overlooking the city ".near, Carriage Factory
;PiNE ! BUICK : RESIDENCE
nd Lot 75 by iS '.on one of theWt street in the cit
Price.'. f6.UUU.'K'Iinie if; desired on' larger 'portion 0
t.. !! f f i Tt?H ii t
j I'll, liil!! S .... '
Vrell litcated for business. Will he sold cheap To
Vacant TGorner;- Lot r
there blocks from (lay street. Price. ?3,WJH. f t
I I.!"'. ;Jl!aitJ J' ' ' ; j ' .
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Alsoiabi4i;s;U A U-iZV
Si-, jr 5 f . t :,
Near the city, for sale in a body or in lota in izes to
suit pureh:wcra. B ine iocat on for market gardens or
fruit raksing. ... . .
Afeo -tract of atwutU eres.-wnvemcnt' to the" -city
rsile ii small lots. - .... V)
V .,r5r.No;i'i,Vy.: I-
, i ' '.J ' y : - . is
Kew ?lry nil atiatr Frame. lwellliiB:.'
modern' r Cttacatyle'iith ell located Curoer -
!- r a i - if ArtnkIT I r"T
I ;. n" Gay street, i by 150.
of SEr?iR00MS, large lot 75 feet iront ohr-f ')
side of Mabry streeu Will be sold at a bnrirain. j
' ...N .,;-:5
For sale tn- Deaderick's AddiUdo.T t t 'I
Cowan'ami Pritrhard's' Additiu is-He west of t h
Clinton Turujiiko and on both sides of the East feu
ncssee,"Vrrinia and Georgia Railroad. The locati-u
is very convenient to tne Kailroad Shops' an I - Kollin.
Milt and property in the vicinity. is rapidly increasing
in value." " ; . i y-l ' " "
MU1S0 & BAILEY.
THE EMERSON METHOD,
' or Reed Orga s 1
tvio'.A - -- '" "
! LcsfODS. SialeV Studie:, VoIuntnrie, Interlude
Kongs, yoa tetics. and I rgc Co'Ieetiono Choice Urpan
Muio. Hy I'. 0 Kebs03i and W.- S. B. Af atthrws,
gentlemen of high musical culture, wh have produ cd
a thorough, excel cnt method, filllcd with music which
caanot fail to', make-the j rogie & ot the lrncr inos,
asreeablc, a$ itjsajejo rapid.; Price $50. t y
The Publisher.' announce tho hear comntftf i n of this
charming SABBATH tCHOOli SSONU BU0K.tf. which
more thai thirty of the very best writers and composers
contrihntc. It will aprir in July. Sen i orders girl.
Si csmcn pages free. Ketail price. 35 cts.
THEORGAN .'AT HOME.'
FOR REED ORGAXS, . ... $2 50.
Clarke'jIDoHarlnstructbr for Heed Organs
j a r.i5i?tinr M-piari6forte.,
i rxjiisrij-n.-it,,-. Violin iVV
' DfTcra Tr fl hear in "mind thesa popular books which
will fell to-ith the best'. . . . . ... .. t
OLIVER DITS0N-& CO. CHAS.II. DITS0N Jc CO:
i ioston. 4 ii i uwiiY. iew x ora.
! haiiceryiaH at KudxfflleTcnrii
John Baiter; E;P; Bailey, J. Sanford, William P,
: Chamberlain and A. J- Albcrs, partners, doing bus
inesi under the- style of is in ford, Chamberlain &
Albers; Wm. Rule and A. J. Kicks, partners, doio
business unUrUae style tot Uule A tucks; is. u.
Cathp. .V! JL Goisat, J?M, Thorn burgh. Charles D.
' Bftdiey, "Adrian Terry," James B.j Johnson; "V.ctor
' Burger and S. Burer..partners, doing business un
I drr thettylef V: Burge & Son; Peter Kern, Jas.
! BvJlorsie,- Robert ij"Uaut, llnrace May card. IXT.
j Boynton.-lrarles Seymour, "the firm of Uough Jc
i Co., 11. -M. Aiken,-Spencer :Manfon, Jamea M.
! Meek. P. Dickinson l, Ambrose Uaines. James h.
j Gjinci and Oiines Bearden, partners, doing biii
' ness under the s yle'of Gaiues. Bro. & Co: Samuel
' B Boyd. T. U.Heald, A. R. Uumes, R. b. Payees
! Thomas O'Connor and James O'Conner, partners,
1 doing business under thcstyleof Tttr'ConiierJt Co.;
t A. G. Scott, W 11 SimmotvdsBdJ;F. Scott, part
ners, doing busiaess under thtyle of Scott, bim
i mond? &, Oo.: C. M. Fouchej C. M-MeGhee; V.W.
Wood utf and V. . Gibeio?, pa tners. doing bus
iness under the style of W. W JWoodrrff & Co.; A.
L. Alas well; Wm. Williams,. Jaa es C Stnrgesand
Wm. E. Williams, psxtners. doiog business under
the style of William v&turgvs Jt Ca : F. M. Wil
liams, C. Zimmerman and H. M. Wilson. partners,
, doing business under tbe style of Williams, Ztm
' ' merman & Wihon; R- C. Jackson; W. X. Bell and
Y M Bell,t-irtners, doing business under the
style of Bell Bell; C. Cullen, S. T. Logan; Wm. J .
Ramaga and S. C. Ramage. pinners, doing busi
ness under the style of llamage & Co ; James Ken-
i nedyv Robert Veatal, .1 araes (Jomitrt and T. ila ws,
,; alj c;tizcn3oi thecounty of Knox an Sbiteof Ten
, .' npssee. xcepf I am -AL' Meek, who i a citizen
I ot the county of J effurson and State of Tennessee.
Ex parte..r. -e-7", :,,--- -Wjjkbsas,
The aboranam' d parties hare filed their
pet'mon inbe Chancery Court at Kuoxville. for the
county of Knox and State of iVanrssee, i-raying to be
incorporated," nnjr the name an stje of
41 Eastern uiTlsiott Fair AssopIatlQn
for the purpose ot h'old'ing Fairs, and Exhi&itionJ, in
the-1 Js.tern iJirawn of tbe Scats ofTenuessee for tho
exhibition. oUive etMk. . ancaUaial jroduots, -machinery
and all other articles and things tending to
promote agncftlturVMechanieg. art,cienci or indua
try, to offer premiums, and generally to rarry out tne
obj ecu and purposes of thji laws of tie Suoi ofleanes
see in regard to the promotion ot. agricultnpA. mi l to
do generally aayandatl things tedmTOpfomoS
the interests of agrwulture. mechanics, art. science and
industry, and develop the reaourc.s or the couutrv "
i This m theretore to notify any and 11 persons to V"t-
ear hefore the Chancery Court at Knoxvitld at tb
peoial Term to be held on the 1st Monday of JuIt
next, that being also Rule Day. and show cause, if any
they have, way .letters ef incorporation .should not
lsfue, as prayed in the saiu petition, nr, tee. eamo-will
be proceeded with ex parte-s u ;h i ; .T i i h i J s.
It is ordered that this ncice be published for thirty
days in the Knoxville Chron cle. This My 31st. 187S
irld301 M. L. PATTERSON. C, Jc M,
CB A I G A B
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LUMBER, rjEILiriG, FiOdIli;G, WEATHERBOARDING
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SHOP AND OFFICE NEAR K. 4 0.R.B. DEPOT. ! .
Knosvi 1 1 o, !
r(S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL bEAtfiRS IN' ;
Ol UVLO Ml-U 1 1M VHMM ;
HOLLOW WAKE, W00BESWABI,
PUMPS, BRUSHES, DROOHS
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ACiV ,? 7!., -:! 1; .
r t ... , llouscrarnlshtne; Goods UMierally.
;! :;: J'r-' MANUFACTURERS OF 1 V, ,
ALVANIZED IRON CORNICE,
WINDOW CAPS, &.C. T - , 1
1 A , ; KO. OS, OAT STlt ERT.
. We are also preoared, at short notice. t make all kinds or wor asuaiiy connectea wlw u. . .
taess adat prices that defy competition. . , . .. ,tf '';'"'! : : i i"' :fi - .
C"u IiTI-rl'M "AIQ ABARTLElTf 'Kn6xviBe.i; Tenn '
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V F. H. McCLUNfl. !
..,r : ;! ; Vice Pre-H. , . .
R. C. JACKSON,'
The Only Kational Bank Between Salen, VirginU9 and CleTeland, Tennessee.
' DESI : ATED DEPOSITORY Of! THE UNITED STATES,
: 'I.. ' AKD SUCCBSSOSS TO !. '
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R0BT LOVE! Johnson City.' '
F. W.' TAYLOR, Sa.. Russellville.
W. BR AZ ELTUN. New Market,. J
GEO. A. FAIN, Dandride.
SAM McKIN V Y. Knoxville.
W. W. W: I" F, "
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J. R; ANDERSON. Bristol. J !
J. II. EARNEST; Rheatiwn.
R. M- aART"N. Morristown,
WM. II A R RIS. Dandridge,
II H MTLOCK. Riceville.
J ULI A JACKSON. Knoxville. . .
1 1) .rM Tiva-:3 Tt an.) P-vTif Tap
Note. Unite States, State. County and Corporatitn D
B inking Busin .-3 thrcughput the United States. .
; Os B. iSMITH & CO.,
W : m..T W ' 3 H
' We keep constantly on hand a full stock of everythiug In our line. We study to
nlPa'ae our customers and to make it their Interest to buy of us.- Please call and see
our stoek and get prices. u We guarantee satisfaction. - r - . . . t :-
L. C. S H E P A R O,
G ENERA . . UN D E R T A.' I ER,
Cor. of Main and Crooked Sts., three doors west of Court IIouB.
Makes Underuking his special business and keeps the largest and finest assortment this s de of Nashville
Richmond, of every description. Bur al Ca s and Caskets, metal and wood, plain or ornamented, in every
Ac. Atan a rsrv lanre vriotvof Coffins, in nvcrr varietx
nf nmuni-nt op emhlam th it fin be ohUined anywnere. 8ucu ai Uatholic. Alasoaic. l.v. U. r.. ft., r ..
e.'ot'i covered, rosewood. "itniUtkra" rosewood. 4e.i can suit any taste, re dy for use; cannot be excelled;
will not be undersold; has an extensive variety of undertaker's goods, such as handios, escutcheons, studs,
Scrdvs, linings, laces. 4e -Also a fine lot of burial robes. Owns the. patent snaa.r wood c;met and Taylor's
1 crpn Preserver. (Shop ribu for the Casket and Preserver for sale.) 'lave a No. 1 iiearse ; furnish ear
ns gas; procures interoaeots aql disinter nequ; wil ship bodies; attend calls m city or co.rn.ry. Orders by
teiwanh attended to at onoc. Satisfaction grvanteed, ,. i ;:, 4 - i. 'i nov15
UnoTllle irea o.
IRON COMPANY !
' HAirorACTOBBM OF
;AR IRON, 7
' CASTINGS, . .-, '
J MACHINERY, -j i
' RAILROAD 8PIKE&,
i CUT NAIL8,'a
I Miners and Dealers ia ' . r .
I ' COAL CREEK-
( 0 A I- AND COKE
..'office and Worlis
On Eiist Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad
. . . rWest of Depot, . , .
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Cashier. ".;: '
N K O F K NO X V I L L E ;
N. BOART. Philadelphia
' J. A. HA L. Knoxville,
F- II. McOLUNQ, "
S. It BOYD. ,
J. W.LILLARD, "
' Tk.l ..., tlrA t CSItt" TTninrrn tR ink
jnds pons and w i do a (lenrral Collectin and
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of finish, including: stained, walnut, velvet covered.
BURR & lEltRY,
OFFER FOR SALE :
BLINDS, u i .V
. MOULDINGS, - 1
i ! FLOORING,
axe handles, "
pick handles ? 1
hammer handles, !.
, ; 7 hatchet handles.
' ; ' : ' spokes, " '.; -
110ROUGHLV : : ; , v. ir , ;
SEASONED PLANKS v
? YELLOW POPLAR,
V; : PINE, AND ASH,
FRAMING LUMBER '
OF ALL SIZEh
Job Work Done to Order,
.WOOB Tirillf IJG OF A-L UIX PS
I C:t I p .v.. By. D."kBiNBOBT..'.:r--;.
Factory one Block East of Railroad Depot
; "' ' mayl6lawtf , . .; , : ;
liXOXVIT.LE, TENJT. ;
C E N T It A L L Y L O CA TED.
; 1 arare Rooms Good Beds.' ..;;
VtIIEONLY HOTEL ON. GAY. STREET.-j
podwly lL) ;: - J. T. OtJ rnBie. Prept'r.
. Mrs. !WITIIERSV
lx Ppdlorifbf 1 Ilusib,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT9 THE PATB, )NAGE
of thq inhabitan)s of Knoxville anl v cinity. Tes
timony Is rom Engl uh and American professors and
friends. Can. ho the Old Bank, corner Gay a -id
Knoxvillf, Tens., Mayl!. v20d3m j
JOHN BAITEK, 1
E. JP. BAILEY. :
EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT
VTU"E are prepared to purchase, at
i ' Best Rates, Gold, Silver, Gov
ernment, State, County, i City, .and
Railroad Bonds and coupons, 1 Bank
of Tennessee Notes, New and Old
Issue, - Uncurrent ? ',- Southern Bank
Notes, and East Tenn., Va. and Ga.R
r. stock. - ; ' .
, ,We transact a Genera)' Banking
Business, buy . and sell Eastern and
Southern Exchange at current rates,
receive deposits and make collections
upon the most favorable terms. .
i Interest paid on Deposits in Sav ings
Bank Department, , . ; ; r ;..
, ; Tickets bj inrnan, Anchor aud . Nations
Lines- of Ocean Steamers, and Exchange on
all the principal cities of Europe for salty
: , ? E. P. BAILEY, Cashier.
Julyl5-dwtf. . ,
R. Hi McCLUXO. Pres. R R: BEARDEN. V.' Ptts
, , SAM. HOUSE, Cashier. ,
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KNOXV5LLE TENN. j
Roara ot ii rectors.
H. B.HEXEGAR.' JAMES R. COCKE,
' D. T, BO Y H TON. . - U E' i. VV. ROSS. ) . ::
; . , , . . R. R. BEARDEN.
Receives Deposits. TJtijs and Sell
EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER;
' Comptroller's Warrants and Uocorrent Bank Bills! ".
B tiVK OF TEXKE.NSEE .HO-XKY
For Taxes oa h ind. V .vill diwif
.C. M. McGHEE.
JOS. R. MITCHELL. .
. Cashier. -
People's Bank of Knoxville
Orricx : Ocooe Bank Building, Gay Street, ' '
KN0XYILLE, TENNESSEE, j '.. 'f . .'.
Will transact a General Banking and Brokerage Bu
siness, receive Deposits, issue certificates of Deposit
deal in Exchange, ouy Gold and Silver, Bank JSotn
Uonils and Stocks. " ' -
We prefer that Collectors of Revenue should come in
person or send funds bx n agent instead of by mail . .
express. JOS. R. MITCiiKLt . ;
' . OF ; :.;:';- ;
The Rogersville Female Institute.
THE CHANCERY COURT AT'R0GE".oVlLLE.
in the cause of J hn Nether lan rani others vs
the Board of Trustee; o; the RogersrilJe r'emale C)l!eg
and others, at it May Term. 1573. having decreed th;it
tbe Cierk and Master sell the real estae and personal
proper y of the Board of Tru-tees of the Rog-rvU e
Female College, in oDeilience to aud nn ierthe author
ity ofsa d derree. I wilt, on the presides, in the town
of Itogcrsville, on . . . , -
Tuesday, July 15th, 1873,
tell lo tbe b gbest bidtler therefor, the said r?al t state,
cons eting of about TUKTY ACKErf, on which ig eit-
which were trcciei at great expense exprci-sly for a
Female College & Boarding House
ef the first class. These buildings are constructed with
a view aike to beauty and convenience, and have al
rays een considered as the complete and tas:ctul in
Atthesiime time I will also sell the furniture and
other i crsonal property f the College.
- TERMS: '
A mull per cent, of the sale money not le? s than 10
nor more than 12 the preciso ami ant to be inde
knowu on the Jay of sale, to be pttil in band, oi the
reuiaicdir, o i- third to be paid at one year, one third
at eighteen months and o ie tnird at two years from
the day of sale. The pt stponed psy i en s are required
to bo e;ured by notes, beiritie interest from dav i
sale, with personal security, and a lien lor the security
oi toe same win ais ne retained on tnepropeity.
The rcrl estate will be sold free from the equity of
redemption, and the purchaser's tit:e will be absolute
and unencumbered. - - - '
The purchaser can have immedi te possession.
C. Al. BALES.
May 30th. 1873-40t Cierk and M -ster.
DR. R. KNAFFEL,
GrAlatc of Vieun College, Germany,
A PRACTITIONER OP MANY YEARS' EXPE
RIECE. has opened his Office at the former res
idence ot John E, Helms, on -
. , ; CUMBERLAND STREET, ;;
Between Henley and High Streets, ,
31-ly . r Kkoxvillk. Tgyy.
BOOT AND . SHOE MAKER,
PRINCE STREET, 4
iAT THE SIGN OF THE BIG HAND.T
Opposite the 2d Presbyterian Church.)
Pour Work of Every Description a Specialty.
HAVING obtained the services of J. L. Bybee, a
first-class workman, is prepared to do any kindoi
work in the Boot ard Shoe line at the lowest, figures it
can be done at in town. dee&lly.
Perfection at Last!
'HUE AMERICAN SEWING MACHINE MAKES
A the Lock Htiteh. running ea-ily, tjuickly and
quietly, and now stanus witnout a rival.
if t particulars, call on or address,
. . . R. HAYES, "
vi3-d6m Market Square. Knoxville. Tenn,
U.S.9IAIL PACKET. 21 U Gil MARTIN,
YI7ILL PLY BETWEEN LOUDON AND ROCKr
T WOOD, as lo. lows:
Le ve Loudon dai y (Sundays execnted) at 4 A. M
i rriving at Kingston at 8 A. i., and at Kockwood at 11
A.M., making conn ct'on with U. S. mail locket L.ucy
Coker. for ail points below on Mamiavs and 1 hursd.iys.
lUtU ning leave RoQkwoo-i at 1LJ A.M Kingston
at z fjo.,. nd a.rri a at Loudon at r M. ,
For ireUht or passage aoply oa board, or at J. M
Ionnn apatdtf WM. ALLISON. Master & Cik. -
ITMIEREAS. K. H. BROWN. OP THE COUNTY
VV of Knox and State of Tennessee dW, on the let
day of November. A. D-1872. make, excutc and jlelif
er to me. then d-wgnci, h tn&t deal, as tbe same
appears OI recoru uii jwjuia a viuc, tinva anu
cun'y ft orcsaid in fru-t Book B. 0 1. piges 3lt 15.
and noted m N te Book A page 12. to secure twau.
lcClur g t'o. in a nrmiFS rj note an l i te c t there
on. dua them tr.iin tne said Brown, drawn November
I'ith A. D 1371. payable one day tfter da e, and calling
hi seven hundred (iUi;doiurs, wdert-on are tne ioiiow
ingcredi's. to wit: January 1st. 1872, flU00; Marc a
22d. 1872,' 85 00; April 12th. 1S72, $50 And. whereas,
ne time within which said note, together with the in
' trpst was to ave been paid has expired, by the terms
and conditions of sid derd of tr a';
Now theie'ore.in view of the premie; an! tho pow
ers in me ve t d. I will proceed to in bar of the
equity of redemption, to the h ghest bi ier. for cash in
han-1. at the court house door in Knoxville. Tennessee,
on the 12th day of July next, at 10 o'clock, a. ,. the
fo'lowin described lot, situa e on Crozier trcet. in
Knxvdle. Tennefsee, bounded aod de.Tibed as fol
lows, to wit: Being lot No. 23. purchased by The mas
E. Oldham at a sa e made under a decree of the Chan
cery Court, fronting fifty tOH and running ba k one
hundred and fifty feet more or less, and by said uld
hara, conveyed to said Brown on the 27tn of August,
ItoM. . , r ... ..
' The nr-'ceedi arisine out of sxiil Kale will leartlied.
first, to the oavment ot the costs of the same: second y.
to the satisfaction of said note, amounting on date of
sale, including interest, t five nndred ni forty t5l0)
dollars and eighty eiiht(8S) cents: and lastly, the bal
ance, if any, will be paid to satd R. B . Brown. Imme
di itely ar ter the sale a deed in fee siinp-e will be given,
i W I KTt li'MPl I
an i ai!o possession. n , u. u'vu,
Tfaterlng Places. ;
Tins FAVORITE SUMMER RESORT. SITTJA
TED in Blount county. East lennesee, will be
opened for the reception of Tiaitora on the
lGtli OF MA, 1873,
and mainuined is a style worthy the patronage of a
The markeu beneficial results attending the ue of
these waters, ia funcUonal duiaaes of the -
Liver, Bowels, Kidneys and Skin,
and the cure of Chronic Disease?, atte.t their Medisal
Properties, 'f ; . . -..
Ail the accessoriej for enjoyment and recreation at
the b 8t watenng places will be lound here Special
attention will be given to the comfo. t and improve
ment of invalids, r. , ,
ROUTES, DISTANCES, Ac.
r Vfaitort te Montrale mcessarily pas over tne East
l entente, v lrgima and Ueoigia Railroad, making tbe
city or KnoxTille. Tennessee, a point; thenc via
Knoxville and Charles on Railroad to Ma.yville. six
teen miks, whence passengtra are conveyed in mail
stages running in connection with tne trains to the
Springs, nine miles distant. : , - ...
month .M unit Jnn
-fuiy, August and September 50 CO
Children nnder ten yean oi age, and colored servants.
. half price. -' I . - . . -
We have been fortunate this ;i in gathering store
of clear ice. so tba guests may ba fully supplied. Ad
dress fur the Pamphlet cvntaning anaiyis a d de
scription of the water, .. - -
J0S.L. KINO. Proprietor,
T. m . - Montvale springs. Ea&t Tennessee.
: White Cliff, Springs.
TffiiKiy11 "MO'USB CREEK 110
. ihU -Vtoji8 Creek. Tonn has leasei the ab ve
airings, and will open tie Hotel at W hite Chit, for the
reception of guests by 3d Jane. t y.-t
These Springs are k '
'Sitcaterf on Cfcllbowec Monntila
Monroe eounty.Bwt Tennessee, IS miles from M onse
Creek, the neaies. point from the Eaet Tennessee. Yix
ginia and Ge.;ri Ra road. They are locate i at an
elevation of about 120V feet above Conasan,e Valley,
in a dry, pure and very invigorating atmosphere, af
fording an extensive and beau iiul view of the tur
rounding country. - ;
.The proprietor will run a daily line of hacks between
Mouse Creek and the Sprtogs, making connectuna
with trains, . ,
RATES OF BOARD.
Board and lodging, per day 7 .... : $2 00
- r !i : U . Pf we k ... 9 00
. . . , , Per month : 3u W
: J.H.MAGILL, Proprietor.
April 25, lS73d3mI , Mous - Crek and White Cliff
'pHIS FAVORITE: SUMMER RESORT, alTU
A ated in
?1 rin: r. . i I
GRAKVGER COUNTY, E. TEXX
Will be opened for the reception of visitors on the
FIRST DAY OF JUNE, 1873.
The benefits to be derived from theuse of these waters
Chalybeate, RInek 'and White Sulphnr,
. Are too well known to need any comment, .
ACCESS TO TJIE SPRINGS IS EASY.
From KnoxiIle tIeMillans. by E. T., Va, Jt Ga
...... jV uiiicB. luiuce uj koou nacks, i miles, to
WSO1""88" 11:lckf:?8,n,et,,, Round trip
B O V H. I x
s , i i er Aay..i..
i rer eax
f Cniidien. under ten ye'iTrrDd jervaaw half price..
.... SMITH 4 CROFT.
Maaison County, N. C.
PHIS WELL-KNOWN SUMMER RESORT, AMID
A the mountains of North Carolina, is now open for
Tlie Suiiimer Season.
f-in 1:1st rr nav Rotk tTn.. 1 I ,
- .- . , J 1 uuiu wits uccn crccievi
and tne 1IiMiI rrfirrp.l making ik.u v . :
win Ufiuiir auiviia
me most comfortable and pieasint rnoru in the eoun-
j. "iwu wm mo vincinnli. (JumoerUnd
J-p and chare-ion Kaurod a Morrutown. upon tbe
Iwist lennes ee. Virginia and Geor.ia Itail.o d. lorty
ailcs ewt ot Knuxrilie. tne railroad is completed an J
runmnir ilili trm, in W..i- fv A. u . :..
r ' ..-d citut uuica .10 lift
the pring?. where comloriable coaches will be in wait-
wvu mo wiuu ui iuo tram, lioard JIWaI
permjuth. J!4 r tanner particulars, address -
"WM. ROUZEE, Proprietor,
v8J2mo, Wabm SrauiGS. Moi8ox Co' N. c
TATE SPRINd i
mmmmtmmm ' m
T'HIS RESORT FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE
is open at all time for the reception of risit rs.
ThaaceoininodalionaBrti lnrl. mmi r,ni.ll...., f
-J O - y m..j ,,
w . ..wwww, miuj, vrvucu my ittiu
i-uah good prospects, the froprtetors have juat crred
. . t . 4.. ill t 1. nrrum . .1 . . . . . .
couiractior lUAl Z W11AUS D.UJXO. to ! COB
pleted by the 1st of August, outside or their foiaer
improvements ot this year, consisting of
t - -'
Bath HousoV Bail nonis,
Everything aecesjibie'that will add to the eomfcrt
and plecsurn of guests shall he had. The water ia re
commended in all Derangement ut the Digestive Or
gans, stomach and Bowwa, Liver and Kuines. Sna
Uiseases, Chronic Durrhoc. Dysentery. 'c. ror Die.
eases peculiar to Females it is unetiuaaed ; it is gooo as
iunic in Consumptioa, Weiarite a comparison oti he
Analysis with that ot any other Sao en mineral water.
it e insists of .
SulpharioAcid, 121.27 Sulphate of Lime, 160.6
Lime, , - . 81.12 butphate of agnesial JS7
Magnesia, . lu.W Sulpha- e of Soda, . 80
Iroa Poxide, ' l.txi Sulphate of Potassa, LSI
Manganese Per'de, traces. Chloride of Sodiaa, H)J2
Fotan and boda, . 5.&J Chlori te of iron, . . : ty
Chlorine,: 32 6-i Chloride of Manganese. .69
silica, solable, '
OarbonhJ Aeid. '
Niuiu Acid, . ' '
.i lodiue o bodium. traces.
.71 Phosphate of Lime, 2.U
- y.W Car- unate f Lime, 21.ti
.02 Silicia, jj.7i
citric Acid. .tc
272U1 - - '
Grs. Troy. Total 272.61
There ia a largo amount of Carbonic Acid Gas ia the
water. , "
. B. F?Mc?ARLAND. M. D onr Resident Physician,
is too web known to require any comment.
Rates of Board for 1873 :
Per nenth. ffld 00 ;' per week, $10 00 ; per day. f IJXk
except for Juue. ;40 per month; Uerwe-k. and
ii tdperdiy.. uly, August and September. 115 per
uioutn ; H p r week, aid 2 per day. October same
a-Jrj jo. Fers ns coming in May will get the benefits
of May rates dutiog ttieur stay, j : .. -. i - -
. IIOWLISG 4LLETS FnEE.
Wr.are shipping a great 'deal of tbe water. We de
liver it in .oji. new, iron-hooped barrels, weh soaked
out, a; So, lu depot. ; . ; .
We hare employe! responsible parties to furnish
goO i. new and eomf rtable hacks at 12 per seat, and
we request all our guesis to patronize this line, for
safety, a: c.ia guaranteed. Office of tho Hack Line at
Turley House, Morris.wwn. Tenn.
. For pamphlet. c, a-ldrcss,
: . z-ROPitlETOKS TATE SPBIITO.
v2l-tf Bean's Station. Tens.'
I : JP. II. C AJEtD WET
OFFICE-Nearly opposite' the iAmar HBe. fettxtl
uuor castoi vpcraxtoosa.. . . j
SECOND FLOOR FRONT JtOOlIS,
GAY sTflr.rrr. -
BETWEEN MAINE ANl C H8ERIANJ) fflSi