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A new iirst-eliss Wilcox & Gibbs or Grorer k Baker
Sewing Machine, for sale cheap. Monthly pay
ments, If deskod. f Address 'X,'' Chkokiclk office.
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THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
"WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JUNE 25, 1873.
CHRORICLE orriCE 19 HAREET PLACE.
The Iiarffest Circulation
In East Tennessee
of any Dally
ARRIYAITAXD DEPARTTBE OF TRAINS.
East Tenn., l4u and Ga. Railroad.
Passenger Train No. 1, going West,
Arrives at Knoxrille, 11:27 A. v.
Passenger Train No. 2, going East,
Arrives at Knoxrille, 11:40 A. x.
f - SIGHT TEA.TK3.
Passenrer Train No. 3, going West,
Arrives at Knoxrille, 10:56 p. x.
Passenger Train No. 4, going East, '
Arrives at Knoxrlile, iM A. x.
Leaves, 11:40 A. x.
Leaves, 11:55 A. x.
Leave?. 11:06 r.M,
LeaTee, 4:14 A. X.
KnoxTille and Charleston Railroad.
Arrives at Knoxrille from JHaryrille, 9:50 A.
Leaves Knoxyillo for I&Mjvitle, 2:40 r. if. ,
DAILT nXTEOROEOCICAI. REPORT;
SIGNAL SERVICE U. S. ARMY.
, Ksoxmn. Teks., June 24. 1873,
9 p. x.
WEATHER REPORT. ' J 1 "
Wab Di'p't, Orncs Chie Sigxax. Orricia.
Washington, D. C-. June 24, (7.30 r.x.) 1873.
'. " PXOBAMLmSS.
For New England, on Wednesday, gentle and fresh
northerly to easterly winds and partly cloudy weather
are probable, with possibly light rain over the Cao th
em portion. For the Middle State and lewer lake ro
gion, gentle to fresh and occasional brisk winds, mostly
from the north and east, generally cloudy weather and
rain areas. For the South Atlantic States, gentle and
fresh winds, mostly from the southeast and southwest.
partly cloudy weather and occasional rain areas. For
the upper' lake region, winds veering to easterly and
southerly, rising temperature and partly cloudy weath
er during Wednesday. For the Northwest, falling ba
rometer, fresh and brisk easterly to. southerly -winds.
and probably increasing cloudiness. For the Gulf
States, east of the Mississippi, partly cloudy weather
and light to fresh winds. ; From Tennessee northward
over the Ohio Valley, partly cloudy weather and occa
sional rain areas, . . -
TO PERSONS LEAVING THE
Knox Till e for
Summer Excursions can have the
mailed to them by the Week or
Month. Leave orders at Chroni
cle Office."' ' ' '
Dr. Tftdlockfs patients are referred by him
to Drs. Jas. JKodgers and iJurnett, for med
ical attendance duriEg' his absence at
Dooley's Yeast Powder is condenient,
economical and always reliable. No waste
of food prepared with it, as it always of the
best quality. , . , . , , .
i rr.- :! MM.
Fire Company, No, 1, will meet at their
office Friday evening at 7 o'clock, to take
into consideration the propriety of a gen
eral practice on the 4th of July.
ti j si Foreman. !
, rnor. d. it. kiiight,
Teacber of Vocal Music and Voice Cnltnrc
Particular attention given to Repairing
and Tuning Pianos.. Orders left at the
East Tennessee Book House will receive
prompt attention. , r . . ' vil2tf.-
Klneral Excitement, '
A report reaches us from Sevier county,
of the probable discovery of silver at a
place in that county, known as the "grape
yard." An old mine has been opened .? to
some extent, and LUtensila lconsistihg of
picks, spades and crucibles, used by some
unknown race of the past, have been
found. The oldest inhabitants are unable
to give any account of the mystic "money
diggers." The vein , of ore has not yet
been reached, but fragments of nearly
pure silver, one of the pieces about the size
of a walnut, have been taken out. The
mine is in a cave, which opens in a corn
field on the land of Squire H. B. Baker.
A hand-spike ; was . found which' being
picked up, crumbled1 into dust, showing
that the length of time, which has elapsed
since the former working of the mine has
been very great. The'discovery was made
by Mr. Lord, living south of the river in
this county; Our informant was present
at an exploration of the cave, and saw a
number of the fragments of silver ore.
which have been found. Considerable ex-J
citement is said to prevail over the discov
If you want anything in the Boot, Shoe,
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 good bargains. A new
stock of Men's and Boy's Straw Hats,
Ladle's Hats just received, and they don't
jntendto "carry any over." So look out
for goods at "low water mark.!7 Will not
be undersold by any house in the city.
Call and see for yourselves and save
money. Respectfully, i :j ! ,
Lewis & Jacksox,
vi24d2t. , : 52 Gay street
Tne Temperance Cause
Mars Hill, Bjcox Co., Tenn., 1
T : June 21, 1873. .
Editors Chronicle ; Knowing that
you feel interested in the cause of Temper
ance, that the good people will be proud to
hear of its progress, I will give you a short
sketch of our Mars Hill council. This Di
vision was organized January, 1873, by Dr.
D. M. Breaker, and has been prospering
and growing ever since. ,We have at pres
ent, about fifty members, and we can safe
ly say they are working members. - -
Brother J oseph Janeway favored us with
an excellent Temperance address a few
nights ago. Brother H. T, Cooper also fa
vored us with good advice.
Ws have ju3t completed jour regalias,
which are admirable.
On the 7th of August we will have a pic
nic. The orators are: Bev. Joseph Jane
way and Bev. C, L. Boling. . It la our ob
ject to make this a success. Let other Di
visions correspond with us. ' w. c. . f. :
I 30.18 !;
Grand Picnic, and Address by Bfajor Graf
SECOND DAY. ' ' 5 1
. The Turn Vereln societies passed anoth
er day of festivity and enjoyment yester
day. ; ; 'Y,,
At 9;30 A, M. the proeessiori formed in
front of Turner Hall, under marshalsS.
Bissinger and J. F. Haupt and marched to
the depot, 'where the train was ; in waiting
to to convey the party to the picnic ground
at the Armstrong place, on the Knoxville
and Ohio railroad, two miles from the city.
A music and speaker's stand vras erected
and a suitable platform for dancers provid
ed. Messrs. Kinzel & Bicardi had . an
abundant supply of refreshments and con
fections on hand and were abundantly pat
ronized during the day. . 1 '
The first thing on the programme was
dancing, which was followed by free ex
ercises in turning. The oration, was then
delivered by Major L. A. Gratz, and was
highly creditable, both to the orator and
the occasion. The origin and purpose of
the Turner organization were fully ex
plained. It had its origin during the wars
of the elder Napoleon, when Germany lay
bleeding and helpless at the feet of the
conqueror. Father Jabn,tiicri2Sts o,
the first schooLconceived the idea of lriu
ing up the able-bodied young men of the
country to exrell the invader. From tha
dav to this the Turner heart has yearned,
and the Turner arm struck for the liberties
andunitvof Germany; i We regret much
that our contracted space will net enable
us to give a full synopsis of Major Gratz
truly able address, Tne nisiery oi gym
nastics among the ancient Greeks and
Romans was also given and the result of
such exercises fully note. The future
aims of: the organization were, likewise
1, L .1 . - .. . f v.- " - -
After the address came the nrize turn
ing by adults and also scholars. The Judges
will deliver their decision o-night at the
grand ball where the prizes are ' to be
Dancing followed succeeded , by prize
DOle-climbine. The first nrize was won
by Wm. Baum.of Knoxviller the second
by Kobert Haupt of KHOxyuie, ana tne
third by F. Bohr, of Chattanooga. il ' '
At 8 o'clock the party returned to tee
city, when a grand torch light .'procession
formed at tne depot and marcned up uay
street to Asylum, through Market Place te
Union street and down; union again to
Gay. Thence up Gay to Cumberland and
down' to Locust. The procession then
passed over to Main street and halted in
front of the beautiful grounds of Mr. Pe
rez JLUciunson. wmcn were Dmuantiy u
luminated, while the band discoursed seme
sweetmusic. A display of fireworks was also
given by Mr Dickinson in honor .of the
occasion. From this point the route lay
up Main street to Turner Hall, where a
short time was spent in social converse, a.
large crowd collected here to witness the
pvrotecnic display. The Hall was hand-
KMMtiul -roifVi naV and X7vrcrrppr9 I
and draDed with flaes. while appropriate
mottoes graced tne waiis.
. . . -
The beautiful flag of the Atlanta Turners
was a marked obi ect in the procession . It
is said to have cost two Hundred dollars.
This morninsr. at nine o'clock, the
delerates will meet at the Hall and
open the session for the transaction of the
usual business and tne election or uie ue
zirk officers. , ,
The afternoon will bo spent In finishing
up the business of the Bezirk, and in social
enjoyment. V . '
At niffht a prand ball Will ne riven at
Staub's Opera House, to close the featiyi
ties. - -' ' 2- ' "
The rrice of admission to the ball Is two
dollars. . .' i .
The ball will ha the irrand finale and a
splendid success without doubt. Those de
siring an evening or unalloyed pleasure
will be to attend. i ! : i .' '!i J
In the business ineatmcr this morning
the place of holding the next Fest Villi be
decided upon. The following societies are
renresented: Atlanta. Ga.: Helena, Ar
kansas and Memphis, Nashville, Jackson,
Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tenn. ,
Action or the Knoxville Bar tfron the
Deatb of Gen. Joel. A Dewey.
At the meeting of the Bar. held at the
court house, in this city, at 2 o'clock r. m.,
on the 10th June. 1873, In pursuance of
the adjournment on Tuesday last, Hon I
George Brown presidingthe Chairman
of the Committee heretofore appointed,
presented and read the following preamble
and resolutions : ; , - s . ? r. u
lUCie Al ACTTCJ WCbO MU1UJ 1 VAAAlVUft
(probably at St. Albans, Franklin county,)
on September 20th, 1840, and was therefore
between tnirty-twoana tnirty-tnree years
of acre at the time of his death. '
During his ehildhood his father. Horace
M. Dewey, left V ermont, ana residing ior
a time in the State of Hew York; came to
Ashtabula county, Ohio, where he made
his home. ,H .! , Jt.MIJ Utii
' (The statements concerning the military
life of Gen; Dewey, given in the address of
the committee, appeared substantially in
the first account of the Chronicle, which
appeared in last week 's issue of the Week
The resolutions of the Bar are as fol
lows : ! i ,-, it.'.ij j. I i T
RfAolr 'td. 1. That in the death of Gen. Joel
A. D-wey the Bar of East Tennessee has lost
one of its brightest ornaments, society . a most
accempiished gentleman, ana me ouuo a lauu
ful ana efficient officer.
1. That we tender to his afflicted family the
assurance of our most sincere sympathy in this
their bereavement " - - 1 4 - '
8. That the Chairman of the Committee be in
structed to present a copy of this Preamble and
Resolutions to the Judge of the Circuit Court
of Knox county, now sitting, and also t the
Supreme Court or Tennessee, and request tnas
they be entered of record, as a testimonal of otir
high regard for the deceased. '
4. And, also, that a copy hereof and the
grocecdings of this meeting, be furnished by the
ecretaries to the widow and to the father ef the
After the reading of said Preamble and Res
lution, the Chair announced that if any mem
ber of the Bar had any remark to make, they
would be heard. Thereupon Mr. Charles D.
JIcGuffey, A. Caldwell, A. B. Prosser, Hon.
Geo. Andrews, L. C Houk. 'JS. a Camp, W.
P. Washburn and Hon. T. A. B. Nelson paid
feeling tributes to the memory of the deceased.
Upon motion the preamble and resolutions
were unanimously adopted. ,
And, tbere, upon motion, the meeting ad
journed sine die. Geo. Bkown, Chairman.
W. A. Hkndekson, ) o.,,J
LewisTillmam, Secretaries ;, -
Cheap DlaiBTeetakitt ' r: .
All will at once gee the importance of
keeping privies clean and properly .disin
fected. It has been suggested by a num
ber of leading physicians that in addition
to lime, the pits should be filled with dry
earth to the depth of three or four Inches.
This would cost very little, and if ear cit
izens would try it they would not only be
protecting themselves but might EaTe
trouble with Marshal Claiborne and his
force. ' ." : :"
The installation7 of ofcen bv Pearl
Chapter No. 24 and Masters Lodje'Ko. 244
in .Masonic Tempia last xu-nv trovea ; a
very interesting and brilliant occcuion.
The address was delivered by Rev. Dr.
Mays, oi the First Baptist Church,' and
was fitting and appropriate. The speaker
well sustained his reputation as one of the
best pulpit orators In the eity.
The officers installed were ; t J : ' t
s H. ; M. Aiken, H, P. i ,t v f - j -in
H. C. Hawkins, S. rr
vJuhus Ochs,C. H. -
J. P. Fulkerton, P. 8. -
M. E. Woody, B. A. O. .
; Alex. Waiters, M. 3d Teil.
M. Heart, M, 2d Veil.
D. J. Hope. M. 1st Veil.
H. W.HalhSec. . , . - '
U.E. P. Bailey, Treas .
. Jno. W. Cruze, Sent.
tj " master's lodob.
JaaL W. Fletcher. W. M. : A. Gredi?;
8. W ; Jno, M. Brooks, J. W. ; L. C
Shepard, Treasurer: 8. J; Todi, Seeretsry ;
H. W. Hall. S. Da D. J. Hone. J. D. : Jno.
,W Cruze. Tyler.
,r:'iic ?ndtftllsition of C7bvtse oReers
was conducted by Past Hhrh ftl&t, Geo.
H. Smith, t jid that of th, Lodtv by Past
master, jn . Woodward, i '
, The exercises wcr JttrrrrrJ - with
some ! excellent Kt:!3 ' b7 I lr. ri I!n.
Barton, Mrs. and rXa.Wictax-d Hr.
Geo. H. Smith. This tirt-ot tha pre
gramme was especially worthy of appro
The audience was a good and very select
one arid everything passed off pleasantly.
i nM .f ";-.."'-
) J - leaiSlseoliaxiy. v ;:l
Heavy rains are reported from - Blount
and Sevier counties for the last week, in
consequence of which the farmers are very
much behind with their work. - -.
OA number of hands have been employed
for the last day or two im taking up the
round boulder stone pavement on Church
street near Gay, preparatory to macada
mizing we same, f S , . i - 'J i
A pity it is that the new cusUm house
Was not built in such a lot as that now sur
rounding the city post office where cool
shade might have been had and a small
park laid out with pleasant walks and nice
grass j plats iintersperted. with i beautiful
flower-beds. , . t -: , i
Forty dollars worth of stamps were can
celed by the city postofflce yesterday, and
Johnson says it wasn't much of a' day for
Tne new houses rolntr an for Messrs.
Woodruff and Carpenter, near the old base
ball grounds, presented a busy scene yes
terday afternoon. Excavation was being
made up to the pavement for the front
The deplorable spectacle of a man dead
drunk and rooted about by the hogs, it is
Said. WaS tO D6 Been V
said, was to be seen yesterday afternoon in
?.Uey near Clinch, between Henley and
n mi Brroora
The Knoxville Literary Beading Boom
"WWW. . - g , s - , , , t i i
received a large consignment of light lite
rature ! yesterday, consisting of Congres
sional Globes, Patent Offlot Beporte, etc.
! SpHnkle lime about your premises and
disi nf ect everything . thoroughly. , One
ounce of preventive is ,. always worth a
pound of cure. xM ? ; r
A fistlcurl between twoyoaca Heenans
came off" yesterday in the alley back : of
Eilior'e. The ontosif lwwenrori was nipped
in tne pud oy : peace-mins colored man;
' FBOS GS5S5XSTXZJLS . i
A Call on Knoxville for Additional ZXcdl
.i, ; , eal Aid. : f '
About 10;30 a, jr., yesterdayi Mayor Bule
Rceived the following telegram: . .
- Gbeeneville. June 24, 1873.
2b Hon. Win. Bule, Mayor, dc:
; One of our physicians is sick and the oth
er exhausted. Can you send two immedi
ately?! Answer. . . ' (h .
i For the Citizens. :
The reception of the. dispatch without
statement as to the disease, itself created
tome anxiety. - Later news received by us
was to the enect that no new eases. nad
been discovered. Tha call fcr physicians
was to give relief to the), local practitioners
who were literally worn out.
Mr. ituie secured the services or Pr, A.
B. Tadlock, who went up om yes.jrday'a
noon train. Dr. Swan M. Burnett expeer
edto go up on this morning's 4i o'clock
train. We trust the people e? GreeneviUb
a A . m a m W
will not long have need of their services.
How She Get Cleatta.;
Hon. D. K. Young is presiding over the
Criminal Court by interchange with Hon.
M. L. Hall. He is pushing things .lively
for the criminals and shipplKS thera ofH '
Yesterday an old visiter at the courts
who has never -been well enough te re
spond to an indictment " when- wanted,
came out from jail to the court room. look
ing pale and dejected. About the time her
oase was called she fell from her chair en
the floor, making demonstrations ef ex
treme sickness. The heart of the Attorney
General was at once moved at the sight of
the. prostrate, suffering woman, "I'll nol
said the Attorney Gen
erali ?very promptly.
"I want to get
A kind hearted
rid of this woman1
over the helpless
woman, anxiously feeling her pulse, heard
the notice of the prosecuting attorney,
and wishing to relieve the suffering vic
tim, whispered to her that sire could go
the case was dismissed, up sne jumped.
and slapping her apron in her face, to con
ceal ner suppresses mirtn. sne new put er
the court room.- She made rood use of the
public uneasiness about sickness to get at
tnenearts or tne omters. une aneaa rcr
the woman. . ,
; Criminal Cesurf, :
The Criminal Court met yesterday morn
ing, Judge D. K. Young presidlsr. and
the following business was transacted :
The state vs. 21. D. -Lea and Frank Fos
ter ; murder ; continued on affidavit of the
State., r- '
The State vs. Alex. Fatsev: larceny:
twelve months in the penitentiary.
The State vs. Henry Martin : lamnv :
found guilty and sentenced to 13 months
in the penitentiary. . . . .
The state vs. Hurley Martin : larceny:
found guilty and sentenced to the peniten
tiary for 12 months. . '
The other business, of which there was a
considerable amount, was of an unimport
ant nature.' .1
Sqnaro TTOrel. ,
The following Is the effort of Master
James. H. Cowan, of this cocnty, and
shows by ingenious &rranmtnt four dif
ferent words, with as manyrssanings :
My first is what we all thould love.
My second is somethisj spoken. 4
My third is one of the heathen deities.
My fourth Is otherwise '
.H O IIE
: M Alt c
Try your hand ssHd, Jests.
- Very absurd rumors get afloat about the
prevalence of cholera. A gentleman from
Monroe county, informed us the other day
that wild reports were afloat in his section
about the people dying of cholera at Knox
vlile, Chattanooga and even at Setwater.
He was begged not to come to Knoxrille
for fear he would bring the dreaded disease
home with him and infect the community.
Those acquainted with the way in which
news travels and magnifies in the rural
districts, can form some idea of the mental
anxiety of the inhabitants of the back
counties. Even passsengers on the down
train, on Monday from Bristol, were told
up tin road that 130 cases occurred at
Nashville on ! Stnday about twice the
correct number. -
JTo Cholera In Slorrlstown.
' gciT0R3 Chronicle : In justice to our
town and vicinity I am compelled to ask
you to publish a card denying the state
ment made by some correspondent of the
Nashville Banner, and reprinted in va
rious country papers relative to the chol
era here. .There is no chclera here. There
never has been. There is none at Tate
Spring. The town and vicinity were ney
er more healthful than at present. There
has been but two deaths in town in four
months, both infants. Will you ask the
coxtutry press to publish this in justice te
usi Itcapwrdlly; Jil. M. MURRELL.
; ... uity Jttecordcr.
A Foreign Visitors. The list of foreign
visitors to America during the coming sea
ion includes the names of Wilkie Collins,
Chas. Bradlaugh, Bichard A. Proctor,
Gerald Massey, J, H. 8. Aubrey, J. M.
Bellew, J. H. Pepper, Henry Nichols,
Hepworth Dixon, Madame Bounlger. Mrs.
Dauncy Maskell and Mrs. Scott-Siddons,
to which may possibly be added Tom
Hood, Justin McCarthy, Tom Taylor,
John Bright and Newman Sail.
, .The pastors of. the city churches are re
quested to meet at my house, to-day. at
8:30 o'clock; A. x., to consider a subject
that will then be proposed.
June 25, 1873. 2
Cnattanoos; Heard From.
, We asked Albers yesterday if he had any
news rrom (jnattanooga. He said yes, he
had a telegram. We asked him what it
was. xte said it was six dozen JUytie'a
Elixir, i That would seem to indicate that
the drug house had been giving the city the
benefit of its superior medicines.
i.' c teo Ocant Saloon.
I hereby announce to my customers and
the Public in general that I have opened
my Ice Cream Saloon for this season.
Thanking my patrons for the favors shown
to me in the past, I ask respectfully a con-1
tinuanceortnesame. r amines and Par
ties supplied with Ice Cream and Cakes at
tne snortest aotice. peter kern.
Ice Cream Saloon.
. 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-
lied with Ice Cream and Cakes and Con
fectioneries on short notice. -We will de
liver all orders for ice cream.'
3p9dJm. j v j :A. M. Spiro & Bro. i
. For Bent. :
Five srood room 4 for dwftlin tr nvr John
Martin's store-room, Market Square, near
uity nan, are ror rent, uaii on v. t
Gossett or John Martin. vilitf.
EastcrnlDlTlaloia Fair Association'.
There will be a meeting of the Stock-
noiuers or tne JEastern Division Fair Asso
ciation, at the Board of Trode Booms, this
evening, at a o'clock. A full attendance is
By order of the President.
" " " ' H. M. Aiken, Sec'y.
Major A. H. Pettlbone,: of Grecneville,
registered at the Franklin House yester-
Get Tonr Supplies
i Of hams, dried beef, breakfast bacon,
rice, i eueese, ' crackers, coffee, tea, Jard,
meal, flour, syrup cod-fish . mackerel and i
pickles, to-day at
John L. Hudiburo's.
Ton can find the largest stock of Pacers.
Ifagazines and other reading matter,' in
Xfest Tennessee, at O. B. Smith & Co's, 108
Gay street, which you are invited to ex
amine at all times during business hours.
For sale at John Ii. Hudiburg s.
Tate Springs, June 20, 1873.
r Editors Chronicle : Will you do me
the kindness to say there is no cholera nor
symptoms of it at Tate Springs, nor has
there been at any time.
E. O. Tate, Proprietor.
riao Cigars. Tobaceoes ana Pf pea.
Go to Peter Bitter's, where you can find
imported and domestic Havana Cigars.
The largest assortment of fine Chewing
and smoking Tobaccoes. Meerschaum,
Brier, Powhatan and other Pipes. v27-dtf
. Goods taught cheap can be sold cheap, j
as you can learn at Itayl's. :
Big stock Ties and Neck Wear at Ray Ps.
"Eagle Nest" Black Sulphur and Tate
Springs' Water, by the gallon or glass at j
viai-tr albers & 10.
Rayl's Dress Goods are not only hand
somein great variety but also cheap.
.1 . -4 leo for Sale '
AtB. W. Rceder's, corner of Gay and
Clinch streets. vilidtf.
Tho Charter Oak,
We hazard nothing, we think, in sav
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 hav any knowledge.
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' Closlar Out.
In order to change lay 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.
viM3t. Peter Knott.
m Peter Kern has Tate Spring Water ou
uauu ior saie oy ine glass or Dy tne gallon.
It is brought here in carboys so that the
water can be had in its pure state. .
Ice cold Soda Water with the best
rups, opened for the season at
v21dtf. A. M. Spiro & Bro.
e and Colored Ready-Made Suits at
Lake Ice, 3 cents per pound. Native
Ice, 2 cents per pound, for sale br? A. M.
SpCro & Bro., under Capt, Walley'.; tobac
co store. : ' ' - i " vitdtf. 1
i Bemoved. .
George Mouser has removed his Bar to
Splro's old stand He keeps Cincinnati
Lager. ..... . -vil2dlm.
The best Cooklne Stove ever offered in
East Tennessee is the Fashion, at . ; .
v27dtfwlt. " Hoxsie ds DePue's.
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Only Goods bought since the decline at
These Buffles, Lace and Linen Collars-
land Neck Wear at Bayl'e. are the very
thing.. . ., ; . ' r.r, t :.
New Parasols, Fans and Sun U rub r ell as
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Don't fail to call and look at this cele
brated cook stove. Six different sizes.
Every stove warranted.1 1,000 already sold.
For weary arctic travelers at theEx-
j csange ana Bt. ricnoias. r r
As we go to press we learn of the death
of Mr. Robert Brown, of this city. He
took sick at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
with; cholera - symptoms and died about
rnidnig&t. . ery. imprudent eating is said
to nave been the cause
rpja CELEBRATED BLOODED TROTTING
Is offered fr terviee t mares the (resent ceasoo at
uia ttaDie m ue itiscmer Aear - . - t
' BICES FERRY,
HAWKINS COUNTY. EAST TEJI5ES3EE.
The mrieea of this enperioc Stallion are offered this
TV E5ITT nOLLArUi TO Vf ABRATT. ,
Season to comcence the 15th of March
7 AH mirfli !Miie4 mf fr taa titna af faaliar: will
oe eaaiiderea wita foal.
AeeideatB a4 eeespes at the risk of tht owner,
r-y nt tho Int tf March. 1874. ' -
A. B. SEUSUDT.
chl?ir3m . Hirer Side, East Tenn.
gltcated la &rier Cocsty, Tecuessff,
Two milet east tf Elitalethton. oa the north bank of
Wataoja Rirer. ' ' '
'PITS FARM CONTAINS ABOUT THREE HUN
J DRED ACRES of as rood Ian as ean be found
in Carter eoantr. abomt one hnndred aniforty acres of
wntcn is la cmJUTsuoa. tne balance eoTexed w'ta as ,
as can be fema4 in the State. All et the cleared land
and a creet oortiea ef the timbered land is level.
thoark entirely abero hicwater mark, and cannot be
erenowM by tne rtrer. xne sdu ei tne timbered land
h as fertile M the best rirer bottom, dear ef rock, and
, eotii all bat a very few acres be cnltirated with ease.
i There naaezeeUeat sprint en the baekiof the farm.
; and a braaek renninr tbroas h it. so as to lnrnish wa
ter ror rtaea ta erery neio. taid jam is sitnated in
the wealthiest and meet beantifal sortion ef theeonntr.
The Imos adjoining; and arrnndin it rente in ralue
t from to 7Uu ter aere. There are ea said farm
Two DwetUaa; XXonsea filtenena, c
and ese barn. . FrMo, Ten Thonsd Oltar a ,
.UljH JlElMSiiUOiLnfi -S
: One keif eacn e&ih in hand, the balaneo of the mon
ey to be paid in one, two and three years.
Tor farther pertioaiars, inquire of
- J. I. R.B0YD,
. . . EbsaJbeuteaiCarter Connty, East Tennessee.
la Cbsneerjr at Iluntsvllle.
- ' JDHE RULE3, 1S73.
: Orifinal EiU te Forecloee Morttarv ' -William
X. Smith. JrH ts. Lacra J. Haines.
TN THIS CAUSE. IT SATISFACTORILY AP
L nearint to the Clerk and Master front tko oritinal
HaUee. is a aem-resident ef the State ef Tennessee : It
n therefere ordered tkti jablieatioa be made for four
sneoetmre week in the Xnoxriile Chreniele. a news-
Dili, wai&a v iwsn m. uu taa reman dmit. inn j
papraDiaeitaiaa nay er juioifiUe. Tennessee,
reqainnt the reevoadent ta appear before the Chancel
lor prenaina in tiaanoerr, at iieatsriDe. for the coun
ty of Seett. ea the foarta M today of July. 1S73, then
and there te alead. aaswer er demur to eomolainant's
biU, er the same will be taken as confessed, acd set for
kmriu t sarta aa ta bar.
Witaeaw.-JX. KevnorL Clerk and Master of oar
v1 c?r! teneeinujBJBaiTme,efonrUiMon
t m jar wi atv nairsi wiaai snr rt
Ooflell k QibflOB, com Sex eomprts. TilSwlt
Csaeir Cocrt ct Unoxyllle.
D Leinart ra Henry Tanner et als.
It aaoeariaa freni the kill fled ia tbis easa. wbicb is
twera te, tkat tke defend eat. Henry Farmer, is a non
resident ef tko State ef Tennessee: It la ordered that
tke desaiat abere naned aaaear Wore the Chance
ry vemrt at klaemne, 1eaaeiee.ea tho first Monday
ta Jary aezi. ifiz, ana mate aerease to tne eui filed in
tats eaase, er the same will be taken for eonfessed.
A tree eory. Attest :
May31.W3.ir4 JJ. L. FATTBRSON, CAM.
GEO. S. HUBP,
Of Cknttnnooca, Tenn.,
' IS SZLLIJJa THE BEST
iia tke Unitei States. As well u ' .
beapbiio ah nowEna.
ALSO. ALL KINDS 07 FARMING MACHINERY
Eend tor price liste aniFaaipklata, . apl7w3m
- Chancery Sale
or ' :- : -
Sn:dl Ecrin a Gacd Land.
- Ka,0,43L- T - t':.
TmsrAHT TO A DECRES PR0KO3KCED B7
JL tke C&eaeery Court at Knoxrille, Tenx. at Arnl
6peetalTdraa.l87S.tn the ease ef W.P. L. Seott. Ad
miaistratartl If: L. Seott. doe'd. Tf. Joha R. H. geott
and other. I will eeu, la front of tae cocrt hoie door
Satur&cstthc olh day ef July, 1873,
atlle'eloek. a. ft. te ft a ablest bidder, a sniSeient
eaantlty eftke traet ef land ll. f. Seett, dil. seized
and eeeweai. te raiea tke ram I275JA seuing effof that
noruoa vhieh liaa umrmt CabI!'k Station, in Knox
eoanty, ajeieia the Uods af- Hazier. If rt. Led
tinrer aad otkera. Tko mad win be sold by tke acre,
' TKR1I3: "i '
Ten per cent, eftke pnrchase aioaey win rewire
iabaaa, end aendit ef six and Biaeatenthe allow "
oa the balaaee, uning BOtai ssr Oe use, with eeenri
ty. Jen litk. 1173. -
TUidlw3 - - ILUATTJBSOIf.C.AM.
zzzlt nzzin CATTLE,
i ( C0TSW0LD SaZ2T, !
: if. ; : Jno t. cottar.
rUSwSm j . Patlia, PaJuii coaaty, Va.3
JJfe, .Most Perfect Iron iTonk
A pleasant cordial, possesgins the raloablo proper!
of lros, phosphorus and caliaaya. without any ifliurJ
urwiieai8. as a prerentire to fcTer and asru. .4
: " abvvvaiuft uuiu lever or nth
sickniteannqtbe surpass&l, and is recommend
and gold by all respectable irng. ' wYot
A GREAT OFFER ! TO"&i
elan makers, including WATERS', at ext'emp? i
. vom, v i--- --u. a oajance in n,
monthly payments. i?w 7-fr irt pr tv
S75. DO UBLE-REED ORG ASS, flfi) ;
, 5 WATERS' CONCESTO. PARLOR 0BGA53
in anv Organ. It t pro-lvetd bv m third Jt If
PECULIARLY VOlCtLD th EFFECT It ZiP?
MOST CHARMING and W'i-Snv wh
IMITATION of the HUMAN YOWsC 'rirV
Term liberal. ILLUSTRATED i nri?M'
Write for a Price List ia
Emitbfield St., rittburgh. ;
Breech-Loading Shot Guns. $10 to f.Tifl. Doobla Sb
nns. W to$: do. Single Guns. J3 to ?j0. Rifles t
"o'yer?. $5.to 825. Pitola, 1 to 8. Gun II
tt:Al, llshinr lacule. .c Larwc discountJ to d"aJ.
orelabs. Army Guns, Revolvers etc, et-?., bougst
tradtd for. Goods sent by express 0. O. !., to bo t
amined before paid for.
fo OA dayI Agents wanted! A
rU IU tp&J classes of working people, of t
tner sex. youut or oia. niaKo wore money at r.r ;i
iia their spare moments, or all the time, than st r '
tain eiso. x'ariicuiars tree. Aaoress M.
CO.. Portland, Maine.
Lo lar a?eaj, ior outEiae wois ana intid. instead
plaster. Felt Carpetings. Ac. tend 2 stamps for C
colar and Samples. C. J. FAY. Camden. N J
BEST AND OLDEST FAMILY JIEDICIXj
A purely Vegetable Cathartic and Tonic, for Dynet).
vuuoui'iiu, Atumi, e cu iH.au.ICUe, JS1U0U. AttUi
and all derangemen i of Liver, Stmacii and Bow
Ask your Druggist for it. Ueware of imuatiow.
Monopolies Broken Up
h- Simplicity, Durability, t'ornplclcness,3
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is tne lightest running maenme iiinufactur- 3
-ed. Not liable to get out of order. Prices,
Cj 125 and $ 37. Every Machine warranted five (A
.years. Stamp for saa: pie of sewing an IQr-H
; BERN1IE1M & WARING,
MEMPHIS, m.Y. J
Permanently cured by a-Urcsing Dr. W. C. C'JUDE
No.27 W. JeSVrson St.. Louisville. Ky. Copies of b
"Journal" can be obtain?! free of charge, giving mo
of treatment and a lara list of coca cure J. IqcI
FIL LEY'S FAMOUS
ARE MADE SOLELT BY" TIIE
I , ST. LOUIS, JO.
Quicker nuil cheaper
Than any Stoveof same coit
CRUZE & ADNEY,
. 1 ASD-
WILL DO YOUR
Ql'JCK AND CLEAN.
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Harder In the First Dezree is zene
broaeut to lixht. bnt thousands of aaiet mnrurj
which the world neTer hearj. are committed by the
ministration of wrong- medicines. The dyspeptic.
bilious, tha fever-ridden. theThenmatk- are too o.l
poisoned with deadly drnrs, when tha persistent u-- j
Tarrant's EJTerTCsccnt Seltzer AperkDi
with proper precautions as to diet and regimen, wc
ineritablv hare worked a steedy and thorousa c-
In kidnrr diseiscs. bowel complaints, fevers, ne
mrnTtmii and all other ailments that reda'
strength and vital power of the system, sustain, rtttfl
fmrify, eleanie and regiilate it with, this inraitww
ine remedy. Sold by all draggista.
Tanks, Hook and Ladder Tracks.
P. W. FARWELL. Sec,
J. E. OSBOENfi
iiAt Tirrrsia or
FII3E CUSTOM SSISS
BOSOMS, COLLARS, CtTrFS, Ac
PATTERNS CUT AND FITS GUARA3I
At 3trs, Terry'i old stand. Gay St. next door to &
Kartntt-: . . ' -