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THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
BUIJB XlfCKS, Proprietors,
"WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1873.
THE LARGEST CIRCCXATIOJr
Of Any Daily Published in Zaat Teaneim.
THE WEEKLY CHBOHICLE
Publishes irx every fcue, acta about the soil, climate,
productions; price bf lands, and advantages offered to
immigrants in East Tennessee." These articles are in
tended to afford reliable information to strangers, and
are prepared carefully and afford" the 'cheapest and
most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop
ies of the paper sent on application. For terms of
ibscription see fourth page. v ... ...
Cincinnati is-jastriovr being enter
tuned with a kind of savage warfare be
tween the Commercial and Gazette. The
controversy iajqtiite spirited, in which; the
veracity bfeach party -Js occasionally
questioned byjhe other.,-j: -:- -
The Appeal reports the total number of
deaths in Memphis for ".the, twenty-four
hours ending with Sunday evening, to be
eighteen, of which nine were from chol
era. This is a falling off of more than fifty
on theday previous, and we sincerely trust
that in a few more days we' can announce
the disappearance of the disease from that
THE new Oregon Senator seems to be a
''bad egg." His name is not Mitchell as
he would have his constituents believe,
but Hippie instead. His first important
exploit was to marry an -.innocent, clever
woman'in Pennsylvania and then basely
desert her.Going to Oregon ,he"changed
his name, and strangely enough, succeeded
in getting elected to the Senate. He may
not take his seat in that body.
General Ben Butler is fairly on the
track as ajcandidatefor Governor of Mas
sachusettaT He $ay he 'will i not feel un
kindlyVto those friends' who may oppose
him, butfhatlii3 heart will beat a little
warmer for those who favor, him, Benja
min is a knotty customer He isn't ex
actly theiund of a man to be taken to one's
bosomand ye J he is not to be kicked by
every passer-by About the be&t thing for
those to do who can't endure his company
is to let him severely alone.
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TnE Memphis Appeal says to its corres
pondents that 41 they must.confine them
selves to threcCTletter-sheetA At farthest.'
They must condense.,. Communications of
greater length will hereafter be thrown in
to the Waste-basket without'even the cour
tesy of;a reading..- AVe' had T rather ' our
friends should 'cut and come again' than
overdose us with columns of words with
out ideas. Hereafter we shall rigidly en-;
force our rules of brevity.", f ' r
AVe do not believe" in making such an ar
bitrary rule for in some special, important,
exciting news we might want five or six
pages. But in nine cases out of ten the
Appear 8 rule is a good one. ' Few, very
few correspondents know when they have
said enough. They have a weakness for
thinking their writing is an exception.
They think" editors" ; do ,? not mean them
when they beg for short communications.
Short, pointed news letters are always ac
ceptable. But like the Appeal we say
ABOUT REGISTER'S FEES.
We have received from M. B. Strunk,Clerk
of Scott county Court, a ' communication
eight pages long, defending himself against
some unjust reflections made by the South,,
a newspaper! misnamed and published in
New York, A iMr.JLockd, of New York
City, sent to Mr; Strunk a deed for regis
tration. The consideration named on the
face was 5,000. According to law, Mr.
Strunk required charges to the amount of
$13 $10 for State and County tax on con
sideiation for sale of land, Register's fee 2
and Clerk's fee SI. These taxes are accord
ing topaw. Mr. Locke not familiar with the
State and 'county tax law, thought the
claim of Mr. Strunk extertionate, and so
rushed into print. The editor of the South,
Who it seems knows very little about it,
goes off on his ignorance and concludes it
must be a frauds Thereupon, assuming to
be "the guardian of .Tennessee 'at the Me
tropolis," "the South feels compelled to
speak, and it speaks as might be expected
ignorantly. Mr. Strunk, need not feel
aggrieved; The Southl ia &. paper wi th a
pretentious name, but with little circula
tion or influence. But for the Nashville
Banner republishing it, the article referred
to would never have been heard of. We
have not room for Mr. Strunk's communi
cation, but give him.the benefit of a hear
ing by means of this article. 'i '
In August, Kentucky will elect a State
Legislature. ; The State has been so cursed
with incompetent men in that capacity
that the people are waking up on the sub
ject. The Courier Journal makes up the
following list of -questions to be pro
pounded to candidates for the Legislature :
"First Are you in favor of initiating the
process of revising the present constitution
at the ensuing session of the General As
Second Are you in favor of promoting
the farming interests of Kentucky by sup
porting a liberal appropriation for the pur
pose of encouraging immigration ?
Third Will you accept a free pass, of
any description, over the line of any com
mon carrier, especially from a railroad
company, in this Commonwealth? and
will you support , a measure prohibiting
the acceptance thereof by any judicial, leg
islative or executive'officer of Kentucky ?
Fourth Are you ii favor, of saving the
people's money by biennial sessions, or
wasting it by annual sessions? i
Fifth Will you discourage special legis
lati jn, and to that end oppose the incor
poration of any company that can be or
ganized under the existing general laws?"
That second resolution looks very much
like excluding Democrats, for who ever
heard of Kentucky! Democrats in favor of
To the second question, should be added
the inquiry as to the matter of free whisky.
It occurs to us that the Courier-Journal is
very rigid in its exactions, taking into
consideration, the class it is to effect The
change is too great and too sudden. When
Kentucky Democrats vote in favor of im
migration and refuse to accept free passes,
the millenium may be looked for as' near
District Court of the United States for tbe Eastern Dis-
triet of Tennessee. t STI
IN THE MATTER OF DOLL 4 CULLEN. BANK-
' : RUPTS.'
To all whom it may concern. .4
rtlHE UNDERSTGNTCT) f OTVES TCOTTCE TIIAT
'JL7 there will be a seoond meeting of the creditors of
eam Dansmpts. to be beld at Knoxvii'e, in said vis
trict, on the 10th day of July. 1873, at 12 o'clock. .. at
the office of Win. Aiken, one of the Registers in .Bank
ruptcy in said District, for the purposes mentioned ia
the 27th section of the Bankrupt Act of March 2nd,
157. GEO. WASHINGTON,
June 24, 1873. St. - '?- Assignee, Ac.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK
To their Newly Fitted Building
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Nearly opposite lleald and Locke's old stand, formerly
occupied by Paulctt A Co.;
GAY STREET, '
Where they will he pleased to greet their old frlen5s
and cuttomers wih a greatly enlarged,
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Full and ComDlete Stock
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of everything pertaining to their line. fj'idtfirit r
HERCHAIIT ' TAILOR,
. J . At the poptdar corner of J ?J hit i
GAY AlfD 1XIKCH STREETS.
BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD PATRONS AND
the public generally that he has now fa hand a n -
1 ' LARGE STOCK OF
Which will be made to order in the (
Latest Styles and at Reasonable Prices,
Jd&o a full line of the test r-auufceture ef x l
READ.Y,' MADE" CLOTHING,
; 64 For Boys, Youths and Men.
Gent's Fiiriiishiiig' Goods
Department ia complete in every respebt.
BCall and examine and save money.
GEO. S. FUCHS,
Wo. .OS Gay st.
mchl3J3in - , '
Prepared with outfit cf best Job Material for doing
ALL KINDS of JOB WORK
on Ehort notice and at REASONABLE RATES,
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Letter headsj Bill Heads,
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STATEMENTS OF ACCOUNTS,
HAND BILLS, , POSTERS,
Blank Receipts, Bound
Orders by Hail
receive prompt attention and satisfaction in every case
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CARDS AND JOB WORK
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of eTery kind neatly and promptly executed.' i !
RI LE AKD nit US,
Health ! Beauty!!
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIGHT CLEAR SKIN AND
f BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTOUNDING CURES :
o quick, so rapid are the changes the body under
goes, under the iuflence of this truly wonderful
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
and 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 vigor of
life, for 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; Eruptions, Fe
Ter Sores,Scald Head, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Ery
sipelas. Acne, Black Spots, Worms in the Flesh, Tu--mors.
Cancers in the 'Womb, and all weakening and
Eainful discharges; Night Sweats, and all wastes of the
ife Principle, are within the curative range of this
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few days' use will
prore to any person using it for either of these forms
of disease its potent power to cure them.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wastes
and decomposition that is continually progressing,
eveceeda in arresting these wastes, and repairs the same
with new material made from healthhy blood and this
the SVRSAPAKILLIA3 will and does secure-a cure
is certain; for 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 weight increasing.
Not only does the Sarsaparillian Resolvent excel al
known remedial agents in the cure of Chronic. Scrotu
lous, Constitutional, Skin und Syphiloid diseases, but
it is the only positive cure for
Kidney and Bladder Complaints
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel. Diabetes, Drop
sy( Incontinence of Urine, Bright's disease, Albuminu
ria, and in cases where there are Brick dust deposits, or
the water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like
the white of an egg, or threads liko white silk, or there
a morbid.Jdark. bilious appearance, and white Bone
dost deposits, and where there is a pricking, burning
sensation, and pain in the small of the back and along
Tumor of Twelve Tears' Growth Cnrcl by
Bad way 's Uesolvent .
i Bkveelt, Mass., July 18, 15o?.
Db.:Ridttat I have had Ovarian Tumor in the
ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said "there was
no help for it." I tried everything tnat was recom
mended, but nothing helped me. 1 saw your Resolv
ent, and thought I would try it, but had no faith inU
because I had suffered for twelve, years. I took six
bottles of the Resolvent, one box of Kadways Pills
and used two bottles of your Ready Relief ; and there
is not a sign of a Tumor to be seen or felt, and I feci
better, smarter nd happier than I have fortwtij
years.; The worst Tumor was in the left side of the
bowels, over the groin. I write this to you for the ber
efit of others. Yon can publish it if you choose.
i HlKKIR P- kViPP
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
from a prominent gentleman and resident of Cincinna
ti, Ohio, for the past forty years well known to the
newspaper publishers throughout the United States :
New Yobx, Oct. lith, 1870.
De. Radwat Dear Sir : I am induced by a sense of
duty to the suffering to make a brief statement of the
working of your medicine on myself. For several years
I had been affected with some trouble in the bladder
and "urinary organs, which some twelre months ago
OBjminated in : a teribly afflicting disease, which the
pnysicians all said was a spasmodic stricture, in the
urethra as also inflammation ot the kidneys and blad
der, and gave it as their opinion that my age 73 years
would prevent my ever getting radically cured. I
had tried a number of physicians, and had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both alopathic and homeopathic,
but got no relief. I had read ot astonishing cures hav
ing been made bT your remedies; and some tour months
ago I read a notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Even
ing Post of a euro having been effected cn a person who
had long been suffering as I had been. . 1 went right
off and got some of each your Sarsaparillian Resolvent,-Ready
Relief and Regulating Pills and com
menced taking them. Inree day3l was greatly re-
ueTeu ana noir. leel as well aa ever.
. u w. JAMts, Cinemnati, Uhio.
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Railway's Ready Relief
Cure: the "Worst Pains in from One to
Not one hour after reading this advertisement need
any one suffer with rain. ...
? RAD WAY'S READY : RELIEF
. s a sure cure. It was the first and is the Only Pain
: Remedy that instantly stops tho most
: excruciating pains. . ' '
ALLAYS IlfFJLAJOIATIOSS AND CITAKS
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels," crof tht
glands and organs, by one application in from one to
No matter how violent or excruciating the rains th'
Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervou
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may Buffer.
Railway's Ready Relief
- i , - ? Will afford instant ease : -; -
Inflammation of the Kidneys. Inflammation of the
' Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowels, Congestion
of the Lungs, Sore Threat, Difficult Breathing,
Palpitation ot the Heart, Hysterics, Croup,
Diptheria, Catarrh. Influenza, Uead
' ache, Toothache. Neuralgia. Rheu
matism, Colds, Chills,
t Ague Chills.
The application of the Ready Relief to the part of
parts where the pain or difficulty exists will afford case
and comfort. f
20 Drops in a half tumbler of Water
) ' Will, in a few minutes, cure
Cramrs, Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick
Headache, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic,
Wind in the Bowel.
! , And all Internal Paios.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Radway V
Relief with them. A lew drops in water will prevent
sickness or pains from change of water.
Lt is better than French Brandy or Bitters as a stim
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. Yellow and other fevers (aided by
ttauway s rius) so quics as ttadivay s tteaay ilehei.
50 cents per bottle, i , j ? v
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Perfect Purgative and Regulating
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the cure of
all disorders of the Stomach. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys,
Bladder; Nervous Diseases, Headache. Constipation,
Costivenes3, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Bilionsness, Bil
ious Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels, Piles and it 1
derangements of the internal Viscera, warranted to
effect a positive cure.
i PURELY VEGETABLE.
Containing no Mercury, Minerals, or deteterious drugs.
Oberve the following symptoms resulting trom
diseases of the digestive organs : Consumption, Inward
Piles, Fullness of the Blood in the Head, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust of Food,' Full
ness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sik
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of tLe Stomach, Swimming
of the head, Huaried and 1lScult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, ChokiitK or Suffocating bensation,
when ia a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs before the Bight, Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowcoss of the
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Chest, Limbs, and
sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. A low
doses of Radwat's Pills will free the system from all
the aboTe named disorders. ,
. Price, 25 Cents per Box. l
43- SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
Read False and True. Send one letter-stamp to
RAD WAV k CO.. 32 Warren Street, New York. In
orraation worth thousands wi)1 tent you. .-
, , GEORGE BROWN,
Boot and Shoe . Maker,
K0. 6 GAY STREET.' tr
Cuttoni Made Work on Hand,
I BOTH SEWED AND PEG Q ED. 7 '
Repgjrlng neatly Executed on Short Notice,
flrdera rromptly attended to.
DAGS! BAGS! BAG
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, The undersigned are prepare J to supply
BAGS AND SACKS
j ' OF ALL KINDS
At the Shortest Notice: "
KEUi AND SECOND -'HAND BAGS,'
Two and Three Bushels.
PI bur S a c IcsV
f . ; : ; Printed to order, li . .1
Guuuics, Scc- -I) :-.
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ItsT The Oldest Bag House la TSew Joik.
: ; i t IY..1VASTEX A.CO-i I i-
vilo JeodSra 1 .. ; 25 Pearl Street, New Yoekj (
ECONOMY IS WEALTH."
PLAIN AND ; ORNAMENTAL 1
S L A T'E-i It'6'0 FI M'G
Done and satisfaction guaranteed - ;
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Apply to , , . .. rjCHARDS & DAVIS, ,
vilVf ' j h ! At the Rolling Mm.-
GIFTS TO EE PAID IX ICLt. ,
Third Grand Gift Cone er
IX AID OF THE ' - t V
Fulblic Library' of Kentucfty
Will bo given in the great hall of Library Bailding, at
Louisville, on Tcksdav. Jclt 8, 1S73, at which time
TEN THOUSAND GIFIS, amounting to a grand total
of 8300,000, all cash, will be distributed by lot to
ticket- holders. Ho reduction in amount ofgifts at this
distribution, but each gift will be paid IN FULL.
Office or Farmers' aits Drovers' Baimc, .
Louisville, Ky., April 7, 1S75. )
This i3 to certify that there is in the Farmers' and
Drovers' linn It, to tho credit of the Third Grand
ift Concert for the benefit of the Public Library of
Ky., l ive Ilunlrcl 'l'honsand Dollars, which
has been set apart bv the Managers to pay the aifta in
full, and will be held by the Bank and paid out lor this
purpose, and this purpose only. '
f (Signci.) H. S. VEECH, Ceshier.
LIST OF GIFTS. ;
One Grand Cash Gift
One Grand Cash Gift....
One Grand Cash Gift.
One Grand Cash Gift....
One Grand Cash Gift....
One Grand Cash Gift
24 Cash Gifts of f 1,000 each..
"ft Cash Gifts of
80 Cash Gifts of '
( 150 Cash Gifts of
590 Cash Gifts of
9.000 Cash Gifts of
20 J each.
Total. $10,000 Gifts, all Cash; - - $500,000
Only a few tickets remain unsold, and they will be
furnished to the first applicants at the following prices :
Whole tickets, 110; halves,' ; quarters, ti 50: 11
wholes for $100, 50 for J500, 113 for $1,000, . n j
For tickets and full information, apply to . r .'
v20dw4w THOS. E; BR AM LETT E. Louisville. Ky
Bakers and Confectioners;
AT THEIR NEW STAND.
SSE DOOR BOtTTHOP THE E.'T,' B.'H 'i -' '
I WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
A FULL STOCK OF THE
They are prepared to furnish everything in a Baker's
line at short notice, and orders from families for Ice
Cream. Cakes, Arc, 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 stock. . A. AL SPIRO & BRO.,
nov2dly 56 Gay Street. Knoxville. Tenn.
Is now rej.irded r.3 tho ST A ' DAK D IIAKLNG VOW, i .
DKK, andtho bostortiilj i'vcparedformakiDelis-Jit .
. .tiholeso'iw nod dtirfe:!T LMStTlTS. liOLLN,
: . UKKAD, JRUDLK and other CAKES &e.
. It is infjllible. and ainnvs ready for i'iiinnll;if a '
nf. Tho best V EAST J'OIVDE!? foruseon lotiu'St V
VOYAGES to AX V IMUT OF THE (iLOIIL.
It is convenient and iwnomical. IIO TtCTE'
OF FOOJ I'llLl'AKKiJ WITH IT. Sold fTe-Tirhirii .
bj (iUUtEK;;, SIIIl'-CHAADLEUS and DLALEUS. '
D00LE7 Sc BROTHER, Maaiifacturc rs, j;i
" ' ( AVIIOIXS-VLEPEPOT, - .( ,
1 GO XE IV STREET, KE WT YORK. ' zj
TV fANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealer in all kinds of -
: MATTRESSES. PATEN r BED SPRINGS. ;
Ornumoutal XS rackets,
CaiLDRL'3 CARRIAGES, Ac. . ; :
AT THE OLD FURNITURE BTAND,
So, HO Gay Street.
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ORDEKED - 1VOBK A SFfClALTY. '
ccTdly . . . ' ; -! ? J ? t j - ;
ANCHOR EWE TEAJIEns. ;; ' '
boil lfom Pier 3. North River, New York,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
The passenger accommodations on steam era of thi3
line are unsurpassed for elegance and comfort. " Cabin
stale rooms are all on upper deck, thus securing good
light and ventilation. ' -
RATES OF PASSAGE T3 GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL
: r,;Bat.sfeamcr. -Wed. steamers,
Gold, ifzi : j Currency.
Cabins :........'...'.V.?73 and 865 i - S75 and 65.
Cabin return tick et se- J,i , ' ." - .
curing best accommO' . : ; '.": . . -
dations . fUO. ; .; tXSQ.
Steerase, currency, $S0. .. ' . . ;
Certificates for passage from any seaport or railway
station in Great Britain, Ireland or the Continent at
rates as low as by any other first class line. - Por pas-
sage apply to Henleesox Buothebs,? Bnwling Green,
N. Y.. or to JULIUS OCUS,
Or, Cha8. H. BROwytEtCflangeBaak. v8dw3m
3Iorc Trutli Xliaxi' Poetry I
:j J3E NO FOOL!: r-r v. -U
, ' Go to A.'LOBENSTINE1:
For Clothing Cheap and Fine !
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Cbauccry. Court at Knoxville.
? PETITION J0R INCORPORiTION. ' i
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C M. McGhee. Columbus Powell, IIu. L. JfcClung,
Joseph R. Mitchell. 11. C- Gillespie, Ji. M, JicCiunl
1J. L. Wbceler. Ei parte. ' - - ' -HHE
ABOVE NAMED PARTIES REPRESENT
J. that they, together with others, are the joint own
ers of a tract of land lying in the county of Campbell,
near the town of Jacksboro', and said tract has upon it
certain valuable mineral Bprings, which pour forth
water of great medicinal powers and properties : and
they havicg tiled their petition in the Chancery Court
at Knoxville, Tennessce,;aking to be ineorperated un
dcr the name and style of " Eagle Neat Spring Compa
ny, for the purpose of establishing at said springs,
upon said land, a W atoring Place, and operating the
same : lt is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master
that publication be made for thirty days in the Knox
ville Daily Chronicle, notifying all persons who may
desire to resist such incorporation to appear before the
Chancery Court at Knoxville, on or before the next
Special Term of s til Court, to be holdcn at the court
house in Knoxviile, on the first Monday in July axt,
that being also Rule Day, and show causcif any tnoy
have, irhy letters of incorporation should not isaue. as
prayed ia said petition, or the swiio will be procecdel
with ex parte. June 5th. 1ST3,
Yi3d30d M. L. PATTERSON, C. Jt M.
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COWAN, ncCfWG & CO.
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Are bow offering to the Treda Aha largest and most
NOT I ON S
ever brought to the Southern country.
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COWAN , t.lcCLUN 6 & CO.
Have received direct from the manufacturers, an im
;q a j meiise stock of, , .,-,.1 i .itll ct i
BOOTS AND SHOES, '
made to order, of the best'xnateriaL and as their vei y
large purchases secure to them extremely low fig
- uree, they are enabled to guarantee thir priees
- i against any market in the Unite! States,
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COWAN, McCLUNG CO.
Hare the Handsomest line of
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Including Ladies' Trimmed Goods, they ever purchas-
' ed, and at lower prices. . .'
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COWAN, r.lcCLUHG & CO.
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Have in store Fresh Stock of ,-
o i; O T 11 I N G,
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! i ; : , Adapted to the season.
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, .Are in nceipt of Full Lia'esof .j-;, .
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COWAN T.lcCLUNG Aa CO.
' Also hare A Special Department for
COWAN, McCLUNG' &-C0.,
I " , SELL ONLY TO ; Ii
MERCHANTS. : , :
AND i , .
lls now in his new Store
Magnificent Stock of Goods
AND SUMMER Tit AD
In great variety, consisting of
i ! BLACK "AND COLORED "LYON'S SILKS.'. . ;
BLACK AND GRAY STRIPED SUMMER SILKS.
JAPANESE SILKS. Plain and Striped.
Black Iron Grenadines.
SILK STRIPE IBENCII GRENADINES la Color?.
L Printed linen Lawns and Linen SuiUugs.
! Jf ercales, 5 atiste uotns ana Jfique3.
LIGHT WEIGHT ALL WOOL FRENCH CASH-
! MERES, for Spring and Summer wearv
A splendid stock of ; : ' ' ' s'
' ' : WHITE GOODS A5JD EMBROIDERIES.
One and Two Button
in white, black and mode colors and party shades. -Ladies
and Children's English and (j era. an Hosiery,
Ladies and Children's Gauze Under Vests.
A beautiful assortment of
SILK TIES, SCARFS. SASH RIBBONS. REAL
POINT COLLARS AND POIiYr HD&Fs.
India Shawls from ?15 to 575.00.
FANS, PARASOLS, - '
- , HAIR ORNAMENTS,
GUIPURK AND THREAD LACE?
, - LLBIN'S EXIRAas.it
' Prices low. Goods shown with pleasure.
. , ; , . , r j . ALVIN BARTOX,
- No. 13 Gay St,
.T ! CLOTHIAG 'OEPARTHEST.
GENT'S AND BOYS FINE CLOTHING.
All goods in this department male in the beit man
NEW YORK MILLS AND WAM ASUTTA SHIRTS,
! Open back and front.
LTNEN COLLARS-Czar, Byron, Dicken;. Florence,
Matinee, and other styles-
' LINEN AND DRILL LTZT.S '
Silk and Gauze Undershirts.
Silk, Lisle and C otton Half nose.
Suspenders, Braces. Cravats.
Collar Buttons, Sleeve Buttons-. -
G ,od goods an 11 ow price.
ALVIN BARTON, '
' i . i 13 Oay St.
V . CAISPET DtPABTMOT.
New patterns now on exhibition in
- ..Velvets, 5 frame body Brussels, - ; .
English Tapestry Brussels,
" Body Brussels and Tapestry Stair Carpets,
. 3 ply. Ingrain and Hemp Carpet.
' . . q01T iiattin??, Plain and Stripes
White and Checked Canton Mattings, 4-4, 5-4 and -4.
'Checked Angola Mattings, t ;,?,
Floor Uil Cloths, all widths . .. -
Lace and Damask Curtain?. " ..'
i ' i , Cornices, Tassel. Loops and Fixtures.
' ! i . ; Asminster. Wilton and, Velvet Rugs
Measurement of roonu taken. . Carpets mads and
- Carpets and Mattings at wholesale and retail. -
. ; J r ri if No. 19 Gay SL
; Coal and lYood, &c.
: ; j JAS. JKENNEDY, "
(Suecee'sor t!j. KENNEDY- Jk iMORROVf.)
j i SIINElt AS D DEALER I?T
WHEELER'S BITUMINOUS COM
O-ALL ORDERS ATTENDED TO PR0MPILY.-U
Coal and "Wood delivered in any part or
the city. . ,
:; Office at the Store. , ..
Xo. 150 Gay Street, ' KSOITILIE, TEJX.
! Chancery! Salo ot iH.aiid
IN OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE OF THE CHA.V
-CERY Court at Rutledge. in the case of W.D
Gammon, administrator. fcc. vs. John F. Garrett v&
otbers.mpronounced at the April term, 1S73, of sail
Court. 1 will sell on the rremise?, at public sale, to the
highest bidder, ' .
On Thursday, the 26lh day of Jitne 1873,
a tract of land on which L.fA. Garrett died, and cf
which he was seized and possessed, situate in the
Bean's Station District, being the 2d civil district of
Grainger county, adjoining the lands of Joseph Wil
liams and others, containing between eight and nine
hundred acres, more or less, and about two, miles from
the celebrated Tate Springs. This is a very valuable
farm, and has on it a fine Brick dwelling and ether im-
movements, is a health location and ia situated in the
pridst of refined community. 1 '
Trans One-half of the purchase money to be paid
in one year and the other half in two years, both bear
ing interest from the day of sale. Notes with good
personal security will be reauired for. the purchase
money, bearing interest from date, and a lien retained
the nurchase.monev is fullr paid.
M C v. SMITH, t. dc 31.
Rutledgju Mi w 9th. 1S73. o i vl3-d5w
Chancery Court at Knoxville.
j' -' PETITION FOR INCORPORATION.
,:' ; : ,No.213.; . . ..
William Patrick, James Patrick and J. H. Holmaa. cf
- the City of St. Louis, State of Mif souri, and tJeor&e
. W. Be. a citizen of Knox county. State of Tenoef
. . Ex parte. r .
rT,HEt ABOVE NAMED PARTIES HAVD'G
. I. filed their petition in the Chancery Court at Kaui
ville, asking to be incorporated under the name ard
style of "The Knoxville .Marble Company," forth
purpose of quarrying, manufacturing, working in all
manner, and polishing and otherwise shaping, prepar
ing and shippinr marble and stone : It is therefore or
dered by the Clerk and Master that publication be
Bade for thirty dajs in the Kaoxvi le Daily Chronicle,
notifying all persons who may desiro to resist such in
corporation to appear before the Chancery C.nrt. at
Knoxville. on ox before the next Spcial Term of sail
Court, to be holden at th court house in Knoxville. on
the 1st Monday of July next, that K.;n. .i,. nl Tin.
and show canse. if any they have, why letters of incor
poration should not is-ue, as prayed in tfa petition, or
the same will be proceeded with parte. June 1st.
i3j. kvuoouu n. Lu I'Aiit.KiOr. C. A M.
8t.'Ionis, Memphis,' 5a$hTllIe and Chat,
tanooga K?ilroad Line. - .
li!! Central SUort Route.
Withoni eoange of Cart to Nashville, ' MeK
Union City.liickman, Columbus, Humboldt, iron
Tille, tod Memphis.
lo JackeoB,' Tena., Paducah, Kentucky, Little f
Cairo and fct. Louis;
Bore than 150 Miles Shorter to St.Iools
Thaa via Memphis or Louisville, and from 8 to 15 hours
j quicker than via Cormih or Grand J uncticr
'Ask for Tickets to Jfemphis and the Southwest via
Chattanooga and McKexie, and to St. Louis and the
Northwest via NashTillean Columbus all Rail; or
Nashville and Hickman RaU and River. .
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4 The Lowest Special Rates for Emisran'J.
With more Advantage. Quicker Time, and Feer
Changes of Cars than any other route.
Tkketi for Sale at all Principal Ticket Offices in th
i r ' 4 JNO.TT. THOMAS. GenlSupt.
-' . TT, L." DANLEY, Genl p. anl I. Agent.
9. M.; HARR ILL. Pass. Agent. Knoxville. TenT.,
can always be found at the iJerot on thearnvar
ina ... wt-tu
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TT2I. O." THOMAS & UliOi
FilACTICAL . SLATERS,
' J , .., , nc-iiooFn c.
- All erders e letters addressed to A- C. Bruce, Archi
UcU Masonie Temple, will receive prompt attention.
ITawl Mrm ctMisrif AS RffCDfT IB
, w are rreparvd to fill all orders tot biaun.
rnaaeauL at low rates. Particular attend