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ONE STORE HOUSE, adjoining Commercial Bank.
Also, one Brick Dwelling House, conveniently ar
ranged. Apply to. . J AS. KliN'NKDY.
Mayl3th.l871 . ' i r xll
For Sole on Time.
A new first-clasa Wilcox AGibbs or Groyer k Baker
Sewing: Machine, for Bale cheap. Monthly pay
ments. if desired. Address " Cheomcii office.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
. TUESDAY .HORNING, JUNK 24, 1873.
CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
The .Largest Circulation of any Dally
in East Tennessee.
ABRIVAL AXD DEPABTTBE OF TBAIKS.
East Tenn., Va. and Ga. Railroad.
. DAT TKAUTS.
rossenffer Traia No. 1, going West,
Arrives at Knoxville, 11:27 A. v.
Passenger Train No. 2, going East.
Arrives at Knoxville, 11:40 a. k.
Passenger Train No. 3, going West.
Arrives at KnoxTilIe.10-.5ti r. u.
Passenger Train No. 4. going East,
Arrives at Knoxvlile, fcOi x. H.
Leaves. 11:40 X. X.
Leaves, 11:53 A. X.
Leaves, 11:06 F. X.
Leaves. 4:11 A. x.
UnoxTllIe and Charleston Railroad.
Arrives at Knoxville from Maryville, 9:50
Leaves Knoxville for Maryville, 2:40 r. x.
TO PERSONS LEAVING THE CITY.
Perons lcarlnsr Knoxville for
Summer Excursions can have the
mailed to them by the Week
Month. lieave orders at Chroni
"From fomn unknown cause the Board of
Health failed to meet last night per previous
announcement, : .
Our friend George Tobler showed a fine spe
cimen of JUicmeran blacc oats, sucn as no nas
growing on his farm. . They are more than five
feet hieh. Mr. Tobler savs they crew on or
dinary land, without manure,
v. : To Bnllders.
Sealed bids will be received at my office
until .Friday, the 27th, at 3 o'clock, for put
ting roof on M. K. Uhapel, JNortn knox
ville. A. C. Bruce, Architect.
Two deaths occurred at Greeneville on
Sunday night one a Mrs. Pickering, and
the other a child of Mr. Drummond. This
we learned from passengers on the noon
. .. marriage licenses. ,
The following marriage licenses were is
sued for the week ending June 21, 1873 :
Robert Fipps to Carrie Parker. .
James P. Ford to Mllly A. Johnson.
John Green to Mima Fipps.
A private letter received In this city yes
terday from Switzerland, dated June 6th,
brings the sad intelligence that Dr. O. F.
Hill was at that time 1 vlner dancrerousl v ill.
Another letter dated the next day, reports
him better with strong hopes of recovery.
We sincerely trust this may be so.
Young Men's Colored Debating: Society.
The young men composing this society
gave an entertainment at 'Moxsie's nan
yesterday evening to a crowded house, a
large number of persons failing to gain ad
mittance. The exercises consisted of aa
opening address by W. F. Yardley, Esq.,
speeches and essays, interspersed with vo
cal and instrumental music.; , The object
of the organization is for the mutual Im
provement of its members.
Dr. Edmund Hall, of Hopewell, Monroe
county, was in the city yesterday, laying
m a near stock of goods. He expressed
himself easy on the cholera subject.
Hon. C. M. McGhee and family left for
Washington yesterday, to be absent lor a
few days. -
Col. John B. . Bro wnlow left for Wash
ington on the early.morning. train yester
day, on a business trip. .
A. J3. Txosser, Esqi, goes East to-day to
be absent several weeks
The first case of cholera in 1854, at this
place, is Baid to have been that of an old
colored man on Temperance Hill, familiar
ly known as VUncle Jerry Kennedy." His
death was followed by three or four others
in a day or two. The largest number of
deaths in one r day ? was thirteen. About
fifty or sixty died during the prevalence of
the disease, if we are correctly informed.
It came late in the season, beginning about
the last of August, and ending in the lat
ter part of September.
We feel warranted in saying that the
e litor of the Press and Herald is still ready
to create the impression abroad that the
citv is extremely filthy by calling atter.
tion to every dirty slop pail and pig sty
that a stinev owner wants to force the city
authorities to clean by force of public clam
or. He is so extremely anxious to injure
the Mayor that he is willing to slander the
city to do it. Tuere are several men wuo
propose to get their premises well cleaned
and hxed ud at the public expense and
they make good use of the Press and ITer-
a:a to subserve their ends. There is more
than one way of turning a penny in this
, Beal Estate Transfers. J . ? ?
The following real estate transfer were
recorded In the County Court Clerk's office
during the past week :
John F. Price, et ux, to Jno. E. Caldwell,
one lot in Knox county for 50.00.
Jno. L. Moses et ux to E. C. Camp, one
lot in Knox county for 500.00.
C. H. Nichols etals to Chas. H. Smith,
one tract of land in Union county for
1 800 00
V C. B. &Z.T. Clark to John Cake, one
lot in Knox county for $1,000.00.
J. Sabine Knight to Elizabeth Hayres,
one house and lot near Knoxville for $1,
550.00. " -
M. L. Patterson C. & M, to J. B. Hoxsie,
one lot in Knox county for $1 ,200.00.
A, M. Clapp et ux to John R. Shipe, one
lot in Knox county for $165.00.
Jos. A. Mabry to F. A. Aurin, one lot in
Knox county for $400.00.
S. B. Luttrell et ux to A. S. Kirklaw,
one lot in Knox county for $1,000.00.
S. T. Atkin to Charles Armstrong,
one lot in Knox county for $500.00.
Jno. Cokeetux toC. B. & Z. T. Clark,
one lot in Knox county for $1,000.00.
A Day of Fasting and Prayer.
A committee from each one of a number
of the city churches held a meeting yester
day morning, and agreed upon the follow
ing memorial, which was presented to the
Mayor at 2 o'clock, p. ji.f by the pastors
of th3 churches mentioned below,:
To the Honorable the Mayor of the City
of KnoxviUe : Deeming it a matter of
devout gratituda to Almighty God, that in
His good providence, our city and vicinage
have until now been blesssed with so large
a measure of health ; and especially in
that, we have thus far been preserved from
me presence 01 tne wasting malady which
I prevails in other cities and neighborhoods
vi our oiaie, dv wnicn so many nave
been cut of from the land, and which has
caused the stagnation . of trade and busi
ness in those communities:
Believing in the superintending provi
dence of God, and that He hears and an
swers the prayers of His people : and en
couraged by the examples recorded in
the Sacred Scriptures, illustrative of. the
efficacy of fasting, humiliation and prayer
on the part of the people, when suffering
under grievous calamities and afflictions,
they thus sought deliverance from evil;
we whose names are hereto appended,
committees, appointed by the several
Christian churches of the city assembled
yesterday and last evening . for the wor
ship, request your Honor, as tne repre
sentative of the city, to appoint and set
apart Thursday, the 26th inst., to be ob
served, solemnly and religiously, as a day
ct fasting, humiliation and prayer ; when
secular business being suspended, machine
shops, manufactories and places of busi
ness being closed, the people may meet ni
their several places of worship:
1. To render hearty thanks to Almighty
God for His great mercy in vouchsafing to
us so large u measure of health, and for
His great goodness in sparing us thus far
from the ravages of the pestilence which
has so grievously afflicted other cities and
sections. : ? . :
2. To devoutly pray for the continuance
of God's goodness upon us, and that we
may be preserved in His providence from
the appearance of the malady among us.
3. To supplicate the favor of God in be
half of those communities v now suffering
under His afflictive dispensations; anil
that He would remove their maladies and
restore them health.
4. The Christian churches and congre
gations represented by us ask this at
your hands, because they deem it
proper and becoming, , that we, as
a community and a people should
thus recognize the Lord's hand in
our amictions and in our bless
ings ; acknowledge our dependence upon
Him for deliverance from evil : express our
humiliation for our sins, and show our con
fidence and faith in His mercy and grace.
And your petitioners will ever pray,' &c.
; Knoxville, Tenn., June 23, 1873,
First Presbyterian Church.
James Park, Pastor : J. A. Ravi, Jos.'K.
Mitchell, Geo. M. White, E. Boli, C. C.
First JA E. Church.
J. J. Manker, Presiding Elder; J. B.
Ford. Pastor: R. D. Jourolmou, M. D.
Bearden, S. P. Angel, L. C. Houk, Daniel
Second Presbyterian Church.
N. Bachman, Pastor: It. N. McEwen,
F. F. Atwell, O. B. Smith.
First Baptist Church, Q
J. F. B. Mays, Pastor : John W. Cruze,
John Cruze, Thos.L. Moses, John McCoy,
John Li, Moses, W. W. Woodrun.
M. E. Church, Church Street,
R. H. Parker, Pastor: J. W. Gaut, S. T.
Atkin, F. G. Rogers.
German Lutheran CJiurch.
John Heckel, Pastor: John Lichten-
wanger, John A. Aurin, Peter Kern.
St. JohnJ8 Protestant Episcopal Church.
J. Howard-Smith, Pastor : L. C. Shep-
ard, Geo. H. Smith, A. R, Humes, W. M.
Baxter, AY. R. Tuttle.
Broad Street M. E. Church, South.
Geo. D. French, Pastor: D. A. Carpen
ter, J. W. Paulett, John 13. Crozier.
Second M. E. Church.
J. F. Spence, Pastor: John Marshall, C.
D. Munsey, Wm. C. Brandon.
In view of the suggestions contained in
the foregoing memorial, signed by Chris
tian ministers and laymen ; and,
Whereas, It is becoming in a Christian
people to return to the Giver of good gifts,
thanksgiving for his mercies, and to call
upon Him in time of adversity,
JNow therefore, I, William jiule. May
or of the City of Knoxville, do hereby ap
point Thursday, the 26th inst., to be ob
served as a day of fasting, humiliation and
prayer to Almighty God for his mercies in
averting disease from this community, and
for thanksgiving to Him for the health
which He has vouchsafed to us as a people.
And I hereby request all citizens to close
their places of business, their stores and
their workshops, on that day, and repair
to their several places of worship, and with
their pastors, publicly acknowledge the
goodness of God, and implore a continu
ance of His blessings. , .
This June 23d, A. D. 1S73.
Mayor City of Knoxville.
Mr. Isaac Liudsey from Monroe county,
informs us that Clint Loudermilk, who
was shot in the head by his brother some
time ago, as reported in the Chronicle at
the time has disappeared very suddenly
and mysteriously. It is thought he left to
escape an arrest for some offense against
the revenue laws. Though his wound was
through the forehead and at the time,
thought fatal, he was in a fair way to re
cover at time of leaving.
Mr. Lindsay savs that the corn crop of
his section looks tine, but is uncommonly
filthy. There has been so much rain that
the farmers cannot plow sufficiently to
keep it clean. Wheat is half a crop. Oats
are pretty fair as is also clover and herds
grass.;; . '- ; " ;
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If you want anything in the Boot, Shoei
Hat, Trunk or Umbrella line, call at
Lewis & Jackson's, 52 Gay street, where
you will find a splendid fresh stock, and
they are selling gooa bargains. A new
stock of Men's and Boy's Straw Hats,
Ladie's Hats just received, and they don't
intend to "carry any over."- So look out
for goods at low water mark." Will not
be undersold by any house in the city.
uaii and see for yourselves anu save
Lewis & Jackson,
52 Gay street
On Saturday, the 21st instant, from H.
Jeffers, in Mechanicsville, a Sorrel Horse,
eight or nine years old. A suitable reward
will be paid for the recovery of the animal
or any informrtion that will lead to the
detection of the thief, vi24-d&wlt.
Use Dr. Hart's Essence of Jamaica Gin-
ger. it is the cheapest and pest, uniy 25
vents per bottle.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN TUB BEZIBK
Grand Plenle at Armstrong's. -Place.
Turning Grand Torch-Light Pro-
:"'."7. cession, Ae. rp .". ?
The following is the programme of "the
Turners for the second and third days of
the Fest : . v
. , . . , TUESDAY. , . ,
On Tuesday, June 24th, the Turners will
meet at their hall at 8 o'clock, a", m.'v and
will march down to the depot at 9 o'clock,
sharp, where the Knoxville and Ohio train
will be in waiting and convey them! to the
picnic grounds, at the Armstrong ; place,
for which place trains will leave at 9, 11
and 12 o'clock, also at 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7 P. si,
the fare being only 20 cents for the round
trip. ' ..x
At 11 o'clock, the oration of the day will
be delivered by L. A. Gratz. Esq. At 12
o'clock a grand banquet will be served,-
In the afternoon the grand prize turn
ing contest will take place, as well as
climbing poles, runing foot races, -playing
croquet, and other games of amusement.
Also a platform for dancing has been
erected, where those who are fond of trip
ping the " light .fantastic," &c. can have
full sway. '.j
In the evening, at 8 o'clock, they will re
turn to Knoxville, and the male portion of
the Turn Verein will leave the train at
the Knoxville and Ohio Railroad, where
the torches will be in readiness, and, the
Grand Torch, Light Procession t will com
mence!. - They will march from the depot
over to Broad street, up Broad street to
Asylum,- thence' over to Crooked street,
from Crooked to -Union,- thence to Gay
street, down Gay to Cumberland, down
Cumberland to Henley, thence to Main
and down Main to the Turner Hall.
On Wednesday morning, at 9 o'clock,
the delegates will -meet at the Hall ana
open the session for the transaction of the
usual business and the election of the Be
zirk officers. ,
,The afternoon will be spent in finishing
up me uusmess ui me .oczirK, auu in social
At night a grand ball will be given at
Staub's Opera House, to close the festivi
ties. Price of admission : To concert, 50 cents
each. To Picnic, 50 cents. To Grand Ball.
$2. Season tickets, admitting gentleman
and lady to all of the above named amuse
ments, can be had for $3 from Petter Bit
ter, ttus. linabe and from manyj other
The Committee of Arrangements have
done everything in their power to make
this Turn fest the grandest affair of the
kind ever known in this city, and as these
gentlemen were never Known to maKe a
failure in anything of this kind, we can
unhesitatingly promise all attending a vei
On the 3d day of June last, I received
notice without date or signature on it, but
showed by the postal mark to be mailed on
the 3d day of June, which read as follows :
"M, w. Hufiaker, weknowyouto be the
leading Radical in the 17th district,, and
the leading Northern Methodist, if you do
not quit talking about the Southern Meth
odist and the Conservative party, we will
come into your district and clean you out.
We don't live about you but we have heard
of you.": : ;. ,..;' f-: -
In answer to the above notice, I -have
only to say, I dislike to, connect religion
and politics, as the above note seems to do,
I never have made a practice of speaking
evil of any one, who I believed to be a
Christian. But on the other hand, - if any
one acts as I believe, unchristian like, I
shall in the future as I have done in the
past, denounce their acts, it matters not
whether they belong to the Southern Meth
. I am, as called in the foregoing notice a
Northern Methodist. I am that from an
honest principle, I hold that I have a per
fect right to .belong to any denomination I
wish. So doall others. All persons whom
I believe to be ChristiansI shall endeav
or to respect them as Christians. ' But the
above notice will never change me in the
future from what I have been in the - past.
As to being the leading Radical in the 17th
district, I don't know that I am. But one
thing I do know, I belong to the Republi
can party and believe the Republican par
ty to he right and the Conservative party
to be wrong, and believe it honestly. I ex
pect to remain in the future as I Lave in
the past, to vote with and work for the
Republican party and to speak of the Con
servative party in the future as I have in
the past -The above notice will not
change me in the least, I will always de
nounce the above notice and all like no
tices as a cowardly act. No geHtleman
would be the author of such notices.
So I hope when the person, (to sa7 noth
ing of a gentleman,) sends out another no
tice to me," that he will remember that I
am not to be intimidated by them.
. r rT M. W. HuffakerT?
The Criminal Court met yesterday morn
ing, Judge D. K.- Young presiding", vice
Judge M. L. Hall, who is counsel in a
number of cases to come before the court.
Among other things of less importance,
the following business was transacted :
The State vs. J. M. Brooks, offering
bribe to elector; motion to strike plea in
abatement from files disallowed.
The State vs. Aaron Armstrong, murder;
passed u ntil nex t Thu rsday. '
The state vs. j.h. Miner: assault: nned
and on failing to seenre was remanded to
Judge young will occupy the bench dur
ing the week. Judge Hall is expected to
preside nesft week.
w ' . :
Lying: in Walt. .. ;
Our good friend, Tom Lewis, finding
the business of tax-gathering for the city
rather slow under the old plan, yesterday
seated himself in a chair under a , sugar
tree near the gate of the Post Office yard
and quietly bided his time to snap up de
linquents as they came in after their mail.
We are rot yet informed as to the results
but prophesy success if the plan is ad
hered to. , , . '; 1
Celebration at Ball Play.
There will be a celebration on the 4th of
July, 1873, at Ball Play and neighborhood.
There will be a basket picnic on that day.
T. W. Burge, Esq., and Dr. Edmond Hall
and several others are expected to address
the people. The public generally are In
vited to attend. ..,:!5f!ew-x.
e ' Bain. 5ir J. X' J- J
Another heavy rain fell to the east of town
yesterday, apparently in the neighborhood of
r. , i iL. ir
tue llu district, wiiere me mu ouuunj cveuiug
is said to have been heavy. The farmers of that
vicinity have no cause to 'complain" of dry
weather. Only a few days ago the corn lands
were washed up badly around Thorn Grove. ; . ..
Persons having claims" against DrVS. D.
Moses will please present them to me.,
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There will be an installation of officers
by the Masonic fraternity at their hall to
TIBST DAI OF IHE.TUBHEB FESTIVAL
Fine Procession Beceptlon at the Depot
Addresses at Turner Hall.
- The demonstration of-the Knoxville
Turners yesterday was entirely creditable.
The - whole procession was within their
own organization. The excellent music
was bytheir own members. , t
u Under charge of Chief Marshal Bissing-er,'-assisted
by .Mr. Haiapt, the Turners
marched' to the depot at 11 a. sr., to meet
the delegates fromabroad.- (They marched
by the" City'Hall, where" the Mayor and
City Council, in carriages, joined the pro
cession. , The delegates arriving on the train were
not as many as expected.
another delegation was expected to arrive
on this train' at 4 a m., this morning.
Upon the arrival of the train, the proces
sion escorted the guests back to Turner
Hall; where a welcome address on behalf
of the Knoxville-Turners y was delivered
by A. J. Ricks, Esq. y. n
Mayor Rule, on the part of the city au
thorities, then extended a hearty welcome,
paying a high" compliment: to the thrift
intelligence and patriotism of the German
population. He hoped their-impressions
of the city might, be favorable, and. their
stay pleasant. ; ?:. K -J r 1 j
"After the addreses an' extra good lunch
was spread, which was relished by the
travel-stained gues's, city .fathers,, all, in
vited guests and not less by the Turner
After lunch, Alderman 'Henderson and
Senator Richards were called for and made
humorous and appropriate remarks. , Sen
ator Richards said he was a fellowj for
eigner and they could say about .America
what native Americans " 4 could ' not say.
" This is the land of our choice," said the
Senator. " Americans had no choice about
it. They ceuldn't help themselves. ; . : !
- After the speeches the guests were es
corted to their quarters-- ; f-
The graud concert .at Staub's '1 Opera
House last night, under the management
of Lookout Mountain Turn Bezirk, was
honored by a very good audience and
passed off both pleasantly, and creditably.
The programme, which we published in
Sunday morning's issue, consisted of selec
tions from leading 0"nan composers and
a number of wait ?s and "Introduction
and Rondo" by Pro. Knabe, of this city.
Where all did well it would be invidious to
make distinctions, yet we can not refrain
from mentioning the excellent perform
ances of the Knabe family in the 'Two
Four Part Songs" and that of Mis3 Galla
her in the ever popular piece of "Home
Sweet Home," (piano) variation by Thal
We understand that the Atlanta
Turners are expected this morning.
We predict for- the grand picnic which
comes off at the Armstrong place to-day, a
great success. For further particulars of
the programme for the day and departure
of trains see schedule in another column.
, ' , , And JVatlvc Ice.
"Lake Ice," 3 cents per pound. Native
Ice, 2 cents per pound, for sale by A. M.
Spiro & Bro., under Capt. Walley's tobac
co store. - - k v y vi4dtf. y
t ri Bemoved.
George Mouserhas removed his Bar to
Spiro's old stand. He keeps Cincinnati
- The best Cooking Stove ever offered
East Tennessee is the Fashion, at
v27dtfwlt. Hoxsie & DePue's.
Only Goods bousrht since the decline at
Five good rooms for dwelling over John
Martin's titore-room, Market Square, near
City Hall, are for .rent. Call on V. F.
Gossett or John Martin. vil4tf.
These Ruffles, Lace and Linen Collars
and Neck Wear at Rayl's, are the very
zr. " 4 i -
- icecream nnioon. -
"A.M. Spiro & Bro. would respectfully
announce to their customers and the public
in general, that they have opened their ice
cream saloon on Gay street, next door to
the E. T. B. H. Families and parties sup
plied with Ice Cream and Cakes and Con
fectioneries on short notice. We will de
liver all orders for ice cream
v29d3m. A. M. Spiro & Bro.
New Parasols, Fans and Sun Umbrellas,
at Rayl's. t - : 4 ., -i
. ; - , Fashion Stove. . - ;f f . , r
Don't fail to call and look atthis cele
brated cook stove. Six different sizes.
Every stove warranted. 1,000 already sold.
Dooley's Yeast Powder is condenient,
economical and always reliable. No waste
of food prepared with it, as it always of the
best quality. - ;
weary arctic travelers, at the Ex-
change and St. Nicholas.
Ice cold Soda Water with the best
rups, opened for the season at
v21dtf. ' ; -: A. MSPIRO & Bro.
Rayl's Dress Goods are not only hand
somein great variety but also cher,p.
White and Colored Ready-Made uits at
Rayl's. - U1 " '
Ice for Sale
At B. W. Reeder'a, corner of Gay and
Clinch streets. --- villdtf.
i -lThe Charter Oak, ii..
We hazard nothing,- we think, in say
ing that, all in all, it has no equal. Its
size, its shape, affording the greatest con
venience, and its numerous and ' durable
vessels, entitle it to the preference over any
stove of which we have any. knowledge.
' Closing; Out.
In order to change my, business, I pro
pose to sell my stock of goods at cost, con
sisting of articles usually kept in a grocery
and provision store. Prominent in my
stock is a nice lot of country cured bacon.
Now is the time to get provisions cheap.
vi22d3t;; Peter Rnqtt.
' Tate's Spring Water.
Peter Kern has Tate Spring Water on
hand for sale by the glass or by the gallon.
It is brought here in carboys so that the
water can be had in its pure state.
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Ice Cream Saloon.
I hereby announce to my customers and
the Public in general that I have opened
my;Tce Cream Saloon for this season.
Thanking my patrons for the favors shown
to the in the past, I ask respectfully a con
tinuance of the same. Families and Par
ties supplied with Ice Cream and Cakes at
the shortest notice. ' A ? Peter Ker?c "
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TO THE MESCU1KTS OF EAST TENNESSEE.
Reliable Market Reports and Latest Sews,
The market reports of the Daily Chron
icle, as well as those for the Weekly
Chronicle, are prepared by competent
reporters and are strictly reliable. , We
give special attention to them, and assure
our pjitina they are reliable. J
"The Chronicle, as is well known, lathe
most enterprising newspaper of East Ten
nessee. It publishes the most reading
matter and latest news of any paper pub
lished. '"'It is a journal particularly devoted
to the Commercial and Industrial interests
of East Tennessee. Subscription price,
Daily Chronicle. 75 cents per month
i Weekly Chronicle, $2.00 per annum ;
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$1.00 for six moths. Clubs of ten 1.50 each.
Any person can act as our agent, and in
forming clubs for the Weekly two or three
names can be sent at a time. .
Address ; . Rule & Ricks,
$ Il Cliolr. ; p '
Tate Bprinos June 20. 1873.
Editors Chkonicle: Will you do me
the kindness to say there is no cholera nor
symptoms of it at Tate Springs, nor has
mere been at any time.
E. O. Tate, Proprietor.
f Go to Peter Ritter's, where you can find
The largest assortment of fine Chewing
ana bmoKing Tobaccoes. Meerschaum.
Brier, Powhatan and other Pipes. v27-dtf
Medical writers all agree that a neglect
ed diarrhea often culminates in cholera.
In fact that all cases of cholera commence
in that way. j Dr. : Ly tie's Elixir-will cure
the diarrhea, and no family should be
without it. Medical Journal.
Goods bought cheap can be sold cheap,
as you can learn at Kayl s.
Big stock'-Ties and Neck Wear at Rayl's?.
Springs' Water, by the gallon or glass at
..in. i.r .
After 30 Tears of trial has prerred to bo
the beat healing and paJja ttJtxiu
tng Liniment In the World
It Is recommended with unbonded t&fttMBM la.
all cases of Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Sprains, Bheuaa
turn, Hard Swellings, Bites, Chilblains. Stiffness of
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