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KftQViLLE WEEKLY UKUONIOLK, WDNESDAy, APHIL (I, 1870.
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Ten line.y or
1 rauare. 1 lul
l tquaro, i tnontn,....,.!..
1 iquarot rovnwr.."w'Mi'i
Business Carat-, 2 muwcs, per year,......,
mit.il M U WJ
5 coiumni a mourns.
l column, 6 montw,
... 18 00.
a column,' one year.'. , ...,.......-. J.
t column. 3 months,-....!...,...... ........... w
1 column, 0 months,..;..': M......T, . w.. 00
1 column, one year,.. .-i.- pO v
Notices' In Local Column", Ten Cents pr.1tne.
All bills duo upon first lnertlon. Those of rwrular
advertiser to bo rendered' monthly.
The Eastern Mall closes.
jw v teu:;
v " Arrives .............
Opens for delivery..
...... law m.
Clinton Mill irrirM t 1MO. A. V.lrloJM at 3.00. t V.
Maryvilla MalU departs Kotidayt.vvvednesdars and
Fridays, at&Od. r. u.: arrives Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Saturdays, at 11, A. m.
lord Creek Mall a:
res Fridays at 'i Ml; departs
days at l.r.V
OrriCE Hoc8-Office"opens "XVA
a. ir.s closes fttJ.
p. u. Open? at uh, r. ! closes at 5
JJ0 K-w..r. y
RAlXKOAB TIME TABLE. .
Knot TeneiwelYirriHl' Hd tteorirIR. R.
Leaves Knoxville at 11:17 a.m. Arrives nt Bristol
Leavos Bristol at 5:37 a.m. Arrives at Knoxvilla
Leaves Knoxville at l:Hr,xt Arrives at"Chattanooi'
B at 7:30.-'; ','S i
Leaves Chattanooga at 4:15 a.v: Arrives ntlCnox-"
villo 11:07 a.m.
Thomas H-Cau.owat. President,
It. C. Jackbox. Superintendent.
KmoxTllleM Kewiuekr Rallreka.
Leaves Knoxvilla for Cdal Creek at'4:00 r.M, Arrives
at Knoxville 10:30 a.m. , . .
JosirH-A. Madiv, President
Joh.v L. Mosia, PteratarTand Treasurer. . .
Knoxvllle unci dasirlritloB Rallroml.
M. D. Bhaidkx, President. I
m. ii rATTEMO, aeemaiT w Are.surer.
APRIL C, 1870.
Tr. .i,X,',trfi,.r, UbJXiraixrf. will Im.mnvknVn
publication of the Daily Chuoxicle, which wo
propose to mnko eqtfal tu any thing in the. city
in tho way of n 'newspaper. Next week wo will
nnnbunce tho prosnectu", civing-terms of sub
scription, &c. Wo ought to have one thousantT
subscribers to our Daily in East Tennessee
alone. Just n little 4effort.on tho part of our
incnas win secure .ineiu
Wo send out, gratuitously, a large number of
our prescnt!is3ub, to ho ;used"Sy iur'friendB'M I
specimen copies "YVo shall endeavor to mnko I
each number better than its prcdecesaor... Read I
this issue andlpass It jvrpund among ypur.neigh-1
bora. Besolvo to send your names with the 1
subscription price by tho first mall, and tell 1
VOUrMioiffhbor to do tho ahmp. T.ft t1w snli- I
Ecrrptlon list of the CfunojficT.S "swell beyond
any in the State, and that, in the course of a few I
Aiaynarasviue nui arrivos Anursuay ai u. i.,x,;io
partiThurdyatl2, ., -rd SrlnfOsttL -Rutledje
arrive 'Tuesdaya and ;7rMays nVl2, v.:
il.tisri, TfiudaTi nrl FrldaTl at 12:."JI. p. u. -
w?vis -mm tmm -ss
Mabry, Turner & Co.Tliesegenllemcn have
succeeded tho firm of A. G. Jackson & Co.f
have ft large aud-wdl fleeted stock; f pgrjcul
tural implements, field seed?, &c. 1
E. J. Sanford & Co. This well Jcuown house
maintains the reputation it has so long and de
servedly held. Tlio trade supplied with all
kinds of drugs, chemicals, and the moat rehablo
daily lncrcasing and bids fitir U) prove-a forml
dablo rival to similar. establishments North.
Deaderick's Addition. Col.; Baxter offers a
number of desirable lots in thnt portion of the
suburbs, at low rates. Don't'.forgct tlio,, day of
the business of the old Enft Tennessee Land
Agency. Office over" Exchango and Deport
Norway Oats. Messrs. lioug'h & Cliurch
have tho above celebrated oats and choice seed
potatoes for.SaleJ Now is tho tlmo'forpjaijtiitg.
Ocean Steamers, Chaslt. Brown, at tho Ex
change and Deposit Bankj will sell tickets t6
Europe on tho veil known Trimaii nnd Anchor
Dentistry. Dr. Caruwell still plies his pro
fession for the relief of suffering-humanity. Of
flco on Cliurch str;ct
DepcSWKivo their tJti&tfolSklnjjSf
nil its bZ,. rori an, d.;..
l) l.: in. n-. , i. .. t. t. . t
change negotiated on reasor,e t
Clothing; M. A; Btem have snlendid
stock of clbthlnif and drv eomla. whlnh thov st-11
remarkably, ehonn.. v ,,
Snrnnd'BHml'TuruTiti!. .v'-Aiifliiii li.7
well known lullders 'nnd contractors, do ,,11
-".1".J-iii : ' . .
wojk ip ineir jino to give fatisrncttou nnd at
lirices defying competition,'
Guns. Stacy & Angel keep on hand all-kinds
of firearm, filling tackle,' nmmimitimU fcp.'
SportHinon fltted with cvbrything neeossary.
!tove Ilouiic. lloxsi" & DePupv'iiext.'dor to
tho Whig ofilcc have everything to' bt- desired
in the way. 6f- eobkmg and htatiug Htoves, and
liouso fumuliilig Roods generally.
Fine Stock. Gen. J, A. Mabry oft'ora to tho
farmcrs.of iaCTenrWiiihducen)enU tq lji-,
provo tneir snoop, tientitne Jiermpes, breetr
hooks. u., u. nmiiii K uo, naveat tneir dook
hotW i.1 the Standard works ncccarv to the
une jmoxviyon iJ.-o.-iiw .Mttjitunmeni bondea debf 3lti8 bccn promjJtfme'f, and not a
has assumed proportion's "almost coloseal nnd is ftw toutgtnn,ijn(? bo'tfd taken'p' by- him for tho
still nrowinjr in .fuvor Itn Southern trade is ,v-..
i ; ' tr i i-iiiiiii v.- a 1 1 it i i:nuiL aa kikiib uui . uvuus asiw
Land Agency. Mr. Seymour, having dis- plaoo, composed of Scnntoiu .Nelson and Cle-
cd partnersdiip, will hereafter alone conduct I mdntsdn and Representative Towiuend and
format on of l brarins,s-wdUs tho latest pa- """"""r""
per and per.lodU) 1 ; . ' f $ . T' W?..W ?'X fVt. V
4WqdSW PfPr- "We enmitw.fl bp edited by Coh H.
xalVtiine.4l'lWrth"tho wkarl'l ItV fecep. mwayfUwiy; Writer of several jWexjic-
"S. 'tnelM'f!v;t)dess v'arietyi liny yoiir cigars
tho .Captain' that' "11 tho '.'purling:! noce
vranblti,.iii.'iiu, 'I'l.l. nt.1 i,t,iiVn.ri. o
liPwiiutho'liantUof'the veteran landlord,. Mr.-
JunnuyA "All who tqi there are nsMired pfbi.
old Virgin' welcome. " -
AtlVC'rti-! Ill tllC PltltONICLK.
mnko.it appear Hint Mr. Jiule, tho County Court.
Cldrk, Is responsible for tlio'AcHon of tho County
Bovd Into tKo offlco of County Trusloo Docs
tlfo Pra$ hnd Herald not know thr.t, tho Clerk
hit nothlfyf to do nyith the mtttter? The Court
iSTygppnsiu lur. inu ut'iuy,' uihi iiiu wuti urn
iisoiri,'lt chnrKCs'ttrc:CountvCburt Yltlr- pr
tiXlltyV innlclaylnB tlio'lntluctlOn of Mr. Boyd
into the omco.of Trustee, when It Inducted Mr)
Q6saett,aj Sheriff, Now, tho Prt.t anA Herald,
cither Inexcusably ignorant of knowingly tin-
fnjr. Tho difTerencd irt the ensfcs; ifi just this :
Tho OVir4C5jKrMiavexclusii-e jurisdiction to
determine tlio contest bctwoenXlosictt and Hu-
diburg for Sheriff. Tho County Court haa only
7.1 Lb..1..tx ' i.il.l . At 1 1. J 1 1 ! T It-..'
tup amnoniy to iqko mo oona nnu nuniuj- iuu
Sheriff, 'Whe'nJMr. Gojsett tohfloted his qcrtlfi
. i . ! t i . i. - n . ..T l ...
uiui1.iyvuyJi ttiiuuuiiuAuitj inns m
i bound to rjualtfy him, v.
' Mut lis t'd CoUhty' Trflstcf; the' eaW is" nUlfo
diperertt: The Coun (y GAtrf hat juiisdiclibn'to
iry-ihatconftei, rtnd hcncd.9 cnUre:eontrpltof,
.It TTt,l f J. 1. 1.1
uic inuucr, u.uaer uip uiruuiuiiHm.x;j,.,H iyuuiu,
have been unlust to aualifv lit. Be.f d. 'Mr.
Mynnlt was riot ready to try tho tja?e", hhd nlkcd
.to postposie JtuntlL tUB flriLMonuay.iniMayto
rprj;par(),. Thp,Cpurt,vvrypropcrly( prantpd thin
tlmannd, pending tlio contest, rctusea to t,uall
fy Capt'i Boyd.
fcvery scnsiblcifi'an' knows tlio law- Upon this
point nnd'thb effort of th6 Pfeii and Herald
In thta. matter i? unfair and unjust
Wo -.are glndlo bo ablo to announce ft .fair
prpsncctTor the yearly. organisation of the East?
.crnSivioil Fair. Tho -matter H now In "tho
hands' Of competent gentlemen, 'who know no
such, word as-faiU Our.cptopip.0rary of tho Wty
lias been.actiTO jn br'tnginf; this about, and wo
wllf heartily second his "efforts and join with
4if.ii in lirlnirlncr'nbnutn result to imnortant to
Eait Tennessee, It Js.imbo,siblo to ovcrrato tho
advantaarcs which will accrue to our agricul
, mftnufiMufln- Interests from such a
step". One of pur principal objects Is to foster
amVencournge industrial pursuit', and this1 we
phider.nn effectual way of doing itr
fidently expect to chroniclo tlio permanent re
urgllJllUiluil tit int.' x.Jn.-4. M -
ring the present year,
Our friends of "the untcrrifiodw Knoxvillo
Democracy held lyineeting.at Hoxie'j Hall, on
"Wednesday evening of last week, for the pur
pose of organization. This" movement was sug
gested by the resiilt of tho recent county elec-
tions Scoeohej wore .made- by our friend, O.
wl Charlton, of .tho Whig. Qou John H. Cro-
pior, J. P. J. Lewis, and others. Tho result is,
that tho parly 1now'lnfrtll.blemmutablo-in'
dlvi'ble, cnthusiaslic .and harnioniou3, fThey
propose to personate thoso grand old Spartan
herocr, of which tho world has hcard for nearly'
thirty centuries, arraymgi themselves: in on
'anlM nttilaotr nvnlnat lltn rnlinrtii nP Ttndiraltrm.
altar of iDcmocrttcyi
It will bo seen that Hon, C W. Jono4 an-
noUnces.lum80lf,a,cantii(mto ip.r, r.c-eiDC4onA
tho offlce'lio'ha's-sVab'ly'fllled for tlfenost twelve
or thirteen "years; It: is" unnecessary for 'us tfc!
alliido tp. him.'nt .length. Every one knows how
faithfully ho haS dischargedj'the duties of hi3
office;' '6u'r financial mattersJUndcr his man
agement, nro in n bcttcriCqnuMti'on, perhaps,
tlmnny..cpunty im.theo&W11'.10. unty
taxes" huvc been reasonable, tlio interest on our
higher price ia .tho markets than any other
The Railroad Investigating Committee' ap
pointed bytho Legislature H In 'session- at this
Fleming. It is said they
I abo.ut three weeks. The-public desires a tho.
rouerf nnd'Kgld investigdtiou.6f this matter. If
there is such nn investigation, and they report
I accordingly, something of interest may he" ex,-
We are under obligations to the Whiff offlco
for; favors rendered Usin getting ready for our
first issue. Tho veteran printer. lt. Barry, also
rendered uf assistance? In tho; ftbs.enco of an
exchange list, Messrs. Qt B. Smith & Co. have
pliicod Us imdor many-Abligationaior copies of
? ' JMJnt sup-,
T'V -t .their rtoro, first door, north of the Ex
Wo publish in nnothor cohima the, settlement
.made with this "gcntlerean'.ns Superintendent 6f
I'ttblic Instruction for Knox county. Tho- set-
tlehlcnt was n rieid oho Iti its character; ho be.
I i ' 3 .V i i
ing required, to presont proper voucVers for nil,
expenditures. Wp publish ttm us a matter of
justice to Colonel Wlloox, and foot tho, satlsfac-
,?lAtt-f a, it- rAmlnw -rolin m,tv lin IntiTPAtnd in thn
A meeting tf teachers will be held.uf thp V
miilo Institute on next Saturday, for tho purpose
of considering tho propriety of extending an in
vitation to" tho Teachers of 'Eat Tcnnesseo to
jihec't u't Kjjoxvillo on.spnjd futtjrfc'day for or.
VnhuIpK a Tca
( . ..... ,','';...., a j- , . ..Mtt.i--.
j newce.y flCpp01.9aujm .er w.u vor -
Tfn titnilf nt of tho'Eti -TtiimDco Univo
Alty uro rfqulred to exerclso iu military tactical
'Onosfcmrth tf nn hour ench-dny, nnd ono hour'
dtf Saturday. A lively t-onten will come off
thU week iii ho election f otlltcrs, there being
quite u iiiimlH'r'of aspirant'.
will remain hero
An Connti? Cenrt,lnr
The good people' of TCnox toithCy, jit an clcc-
tlqri held on tho 25tU of Marcl gave, expression
to their prcferoilco forfthc dlffercnl candidates'
nk"ing their (liffrago'. Tho election, sofar.j. wo
have henrd, wi quiet nnd-fnir, with perhaps ft
few exceptions. Moot' of "tlio. candidate are
disposed to nbido-by tho verdict of the, people,
though many of them feel terribly disappointed)
Bdt some of them haw 'determined to transfer
tho'flght from tho .ballpUbor to tho Courl.House.
nml tliorn rnnrw tlin ontpt. Vrom tlie Official
- i" -. . ? J w i I
record fllca in the, omcQ ot. tno uounty uouri i
Clerk, and of Mntthow Swan. Commitsionor of
Gps.sott certifylng.to that effect, and on Monday
Mr, uossett appueii to;trio ,win,ty vourt to do
inducted into his omoe- Thereupon, Mr, iludi
biircrl throUsh counsel havine before served
no'tfee UnoI Mr". Gossctt of hU intention to con
test" this eledtion objected to Mr. Gossott being"
' : ... u.-' . . . . .... "t. ;
qUallhcd as shenn, and read a petition alleging
that tho election "was not conducted ln, lawful
mhnner, and that more illegal votes were cast
for GOssctt than'hU "matoritY. &e.. &c.
Then'fOllowcd what, in our Judgment, was an
evidence of .the desperation and wcakhosa lf
Mr. HUdiburg s case.- ills cpunioi argued, in
good faitkiand with earncstnosi, thati tho cor-
idcato of the Commissioner wai entitled to no
woight, and that 1t,w'a tho duty of' tho County
Court to' act impartially, and hot prejudico Mr.
IJudiburg's caso by qUAlifying Mr Gossctt, and
thereby give him control of Jhp oMce.' It was
seriously insisted by counsoWhat the two men
slpocV on equal footing; "and that tho County
Court ouglit not to induct Mr. Gossctt Into an
office to which ho was choseri. It seems to us
tho proposition Is wholljr untonabic in law.
Tho election certainly meant something.
It ;was. not an, empty, meaningless formality t It
seems to is that the official poll books and cor?
tificatos of the officers-and judges of election'
meant something. The Commissioner's 'certi-
flcnto-meant something, and backed'by all. this
wo think Mr, 'Gossett did not stand by. any
means upon tlio same footing with Mr, Hudv
burg. When counsel pressed such. arguments
they presumed somewhat upon tho intelligence
of tho Court, or developed tho desperate situa
, tion they wero in. Th6 Court, by an Unanimous
vote, decided Mr. Gossctt's" credentials sufficient,
ahU-received his bond. Ho was then qualified,
and Is How Shorlffof tho county. Wo do not
wish to interfffc-.with the rights. of .any citizen,
or prejudiee'tiny caso in litigation, but it seems
to us tho ,p.6ople of thiii county would prcfor
peace and quiet, , to tho excitement , nnd feeling
tht. contest must inevitably provoke. The
docket Of the, Circuit Court is already .crowded
with' .legitimate legislation", and wo think the
p'edple'WOuld profortiJhavo tho usual business
of tho courts proceeded with. Th such a matter
as this wo do not think Mr. Hudiburg alono i?
interested. Wo ha"Vo noears as to.theresultiand-
lf the case is prosocuted either now beforo tho
courts or- hereafter before 'tho peoplo, wo are
confident 'Mr.-Gossott will succeed.
Messrs. IKilo, Harris and' Morrpw wero quali
fied, and their bonds accepted .
Inthe matten of .CountyTrustee, thorowillbb
a trial before tho County Court on tho 1st 3f on-
day m May. Mr. Jas. S. ,Bpyd holds tho cer
tificate of Commissioner's wanr. and claims to
hare been -locally elected Wd ,aro ' informed
that the official returns of tho election as filed
in tho County Court Clerk's office show that
Mr. Mynatt received a majority of two of tho
votes cast for County Trustee. The official ro
turns from tho 10th District show that four votes
wero cast, for 3fr. Boyd for Register. We un
derstand that Mr. -Swan heard evidenco as to
how those four votes-were actually cast. While
wo aro satisfied that in Court such evidence
should be heard and havo its weight, we yet
think that, Mr. Swan exceeded his authority in
hearing evidence in any shnpo or of any kind.,
His duty was to follow the official returns and
bagovornod by them. He had no authority to
falsify them upon any ppint. If he ceuld hear
testimony as to ono point, why not as to others?
If ho could dccjd'o for what offlco certain votC3
wero cast, why could he not decide as to tho
legality of the votes? We aro satisfied that
from. tho returns Mr. Mynatt was entitled to the
certificate. The. certificate would not havo pre
cluded O'apt. Boyd froni his remedy in Court.
There wa the placo for him to offer his testimo
ny to falsify the returns, and Iiq should havo re
served it for that forum. Tho hearing or ovt
dencO beforo tho Commissioner was ex-parto
and not legal,
For these reasons wo think" Mr. Mynatt jus.
tififd In making tho contest Hq is by law en.
titled to the certificate, anJ VPS mo glad thftt he.
proposes tp havo tho courts determine it. If it
can there be made, to appear in a legal manner
that Capt. Boyd receivett nlurallty of tho legal
votes cast for Trustee, .wo'hppo'ho will get the
pfficd We aro euro wo will be satisfied, for all
wo desiro is that tlio right bo maintained.
The good fortune of the Equitable Lifo Assur-
ahpO Society of .New York, in tho selecting ofl
Major L. H. JJownts its General Agent for East
.Tennessee, who has 'been ono of our leading
business.mcn, nnd now enter' upon his new field
of labor-with the, good Wishes of all for his fu
ture succor nnd prosperity U rccogiilKed by
those Acqurinted with lum and wo would advt'o
all Wishing to in-;uirw to apply to htm, ni tho
caroerqf the KqnlUblo Life Assurance Society
oflscw York l Undoubtedly one of thq most.
exalted Insttmevof iinqtmlifiel succo ever ex
hibited to nn Untiring community. In business
only ton year,-,' it hni already accumulated $12,
000,000 has jitt, annual incomo of pvor S6.000,.
OOO, nd is Incuring at the hito of $o0,0q0,000 a
year. It'raid dividends to its' policy holdors to
tho amount of $1,212,450 in 1809s it Is purely
mutual, amTdeclftres. annual dividends of pro-
fits to its. policy hold'eri'r It lmiiilready n largo
list jof policy holder here, nnd we, predict for It
n stjtjco.iful carter.. ,
... Jf crKoriuito l'runtntlon.
'.' Jaine Biley,' n rbn-lp-hiw. of uur fellow-
'tywnmnn Jnluv Flnton, wai elected Clerk of
the county t:mrt of Kiieihy county.- Jir- itiiey
win f-r on.p time n resident of thi plaijc.
ltcgistnition for Knox loimty, it appears that "Z -.- r
n .,... j-i Bt.w nlnn't t "n "rt.nl." : 2 "' i wen sena.mo wounaou ip me
'K'-v""1"'" """""'"J ftr::r,rr:,-'""'V"'"r'-"""v";"" 'S dead, sell-one of vour nabew to
majority ovir liis competitor, A, 8. Humour. VW'iKim x, i nnrti,'. close uii the1arik:" auit
Pnntnttalinni KWnn Uannil liii rnrtifiritft to I fl. C. Tarwater. (not & candidate) u 2T I ntttni. tin ilrnn hn ilisnfloptrv! .
ilcloSvwc fftverthfe i result of tho recent election"
in'thls cotthty, according to offi6lal cOunt; I
For tho Oli Constitution..., 2.M3 I
for tno. new uonsmutioa.....
i, it i
porciictni cocbt cutsxi
tOR COCXTt COCBT.CtKltC.
AT. n in. noaa-eri.i...rf..,..(
' M.J ' ' '
ueorge wi eummen .......,.,.).,
, roa tax collrcto
.loan m. iinrm...
J, M. FonMnot a candidate)......... 8
Junta ft. TlOTd.... il :.1.KQ
li j i. w, Mynatt,., ........ ,rt.-..ih...,. .
11. F. Bardfn...........(..i..u il
Datld nelaon.--...,.M..M..Mt, ,.,,..r....,...
Thomas Collie?..... L
Charien Morrow ....1,223
J. II. Aimroaf
J C. IOTtHaMMiai4Ur
A. '1. LKmil....u.. .L.a... i..a.i. a.....
M( J. K. uantte. ....,, ,.,..,1
JS. W. Armstrong ...;i......i...U.
Majority for Old Cmrtliutton'....H..i..i i..
Plr.ity S feagff MJS
joan m.'riHTii,. ior ian voupciur. u
'.' " J uaea S.- Boyd, for Tnute.,..t...-.... 4
Charles Morrow, for KeaUter C3t
Th&ppttrrna frpm. forty-two counties givot
tfnr lh Naw Cflnatituttnn ...T..i.n:iti.fifl.000
For the Old ComtUutipn--...-.................-17.000
Majority in favor of the Kew CoaHttntlon...!.... 19.000
Tho present indications are that tho New Con-
ftltution has carried by a large majority.
Fig-tire fter-t'Maarrtle 17ila M.
In lookiritr over the returns' of tho reben't
county e'lecttdn in Knox county, wo finitHo,j
r.OIt CIBCUIT CLEIIK.
Walkor; fox-rohel). . . . 1.237
Crawford, (Conservative Union), . 964
Boyd, (ex-robel)r ,' . -
Nelson, (Conservative -Union),
Collier, " . " ' .
It'oceurs to us there ia something suggestivo
to Conservative Union men- irt tho foregoing"
"The following conversation took placo in tho
drawing-room of a mansion on Clinton Avenue,
Brooklyn, one pleasant forenoon about ten days
ago : (Two ladies, .Mrj.. Mergan and Mrs.
Knight, had just, dropped jn fpr a -morning's
call on Mrs. Bapolje, tho lady of tho house.)
Mrs. M,' My dear Mm. Rapelje, are you
sick 1 You look quite delicate.
Mrs. R. No ; not sick exactly ;i .but suffering
from debility, and dreadfully nervous. Do you-
know, I could cry this" minute.
Mrs. K. Too much, excitemont, I'm afraid.'
Mrs. R. Perhaps: But what can one do ? Ia
the gay season, ono. must givo parties and attend
Mrs. M. I s'upposo so.. Tfashion is law-
more' s tho pity. But you must fako something
to tone vour svstom. or vou'll break down.
Mrs, R. I hate medicine 1 But you shall
prese'ribo for me. What would you advise?
Mrs, M. Well ; I'll tell ypu ny plan. When
ever I'm" norvous or hysterical, or have a head
ache, or am at all out of sorts, I-tako a couplo of
tablespobnfuls" of Pr.ANTATiox BiTTKRS'oricoor
twlco a day for a' wdck or so, and it invariably
brings, mo round.
Mrs. K. I do the same thing, with tho" same
pleasant result. I haveimplicit faith in that ar
Mrs. Well, ladies, on your recommendation
I'll try it.
"Sea Moss Farine can 'bo taken into the
'stomach of the most delicate, and Is just the
thing for invalids and all those desiring a light
ana ueucato tood." rost.
Skkatob Brownlow will accept our thanks I
for a copy of tho" memorial address on tho life
and character of the late Senator William Pitt
Fossil wood lias been found at Oakland.
California, two hundred and sixty feet be
low tue sunace.
Letters Kemalninr la the Knoxville Post-
Office, April 5th, 1870.
Perjonj calling- for theso letters will please say ' Ad-;
vortised," and slvo tho dato of this list.
If not called for withta one month they will ho sent
to tho Dead Letter Office.
Knight. Mrs Rutby
Ketchen, Mn M J
Kelly, J W
Lamar. O R
Lerew, Miss Adeli.t
Lee, Mrs Lucy II
Mowbrr, Ror Vi
Burnett. Mrs O E R
Butler, Mrs l.acy
Bryan. K R k
Barton, Robert , .
Backwell. Mrs Sophlo
Bayless, Z J
Carney, Mrs Mary
Crouch, J R
Campbell, Mrs Euu
Farnsworth, W A
Fairbien, Wm M
Fisher, Miss lluhamey
Ford. Mbs Eliti J a
Fields. Ml Eliia.
MeKelvey, Mrs Maty
McMillan. Miss Maria
Miller, Henry Sc Co
McCrua. Mn Elixa
Marcum, Miss. Cam' '
Nelson, James (1
Norvill, J T
Nelson, J A
Parker, John L
eSustU, "W B
Ruwell. Rev X H
Uieo, Miss Mollie J.
Ross, Mrs Lucy
fiiujcy. J It
Ooans, Mra Caroline.
tlaueh: J W
lrar. Mn Mottio
Orubb, Mrs lUcuael
inn. Will Cb
Hook. R N M
Hgbbj, Mrs Mary E.
Houier, Misa Liixie
llenderfon, Mrs Eliia
Stewart, A H
Ktflward. Mrs Ella
Schneider, Mrs Frances
Kinith. Miss Kitta
Sharp, Miu VlnU(col'd)
llenderilrnt, jonn u
llowartl, James M
Henritier, Miu Han
Hickson. Christopher R
Haines, Mra . Charity C
Jones, Mrs llobecca
oiaey, mn iiiuy
Tuttle. Wm M
Trujilt-. Sfii 'IVntiM.tftn
Tarwater, Mis Elizabeth
White. Mrs Caroline
W ebb, flirt James
Walker, Mrs Kate K
William. Mosi A
WiUon, Y Al
Kennedy, tswanty W
JAMES ROIMIERS, PJl.
Knox 'oiinly r.lpcl Ion
Tlio Republican triumph tit Knox county,
anil Unreasons, causes much speculation in tho
t)imocratio nowspaporj. ivini of tho Athens
pA.t nubl slioa tho victorv nnd then civos our
KnoxyillO friends somo plain advice, in tho fol
Lowing blunt stylo
' o swear wo don't know what happened in
Old Knox last Saturday, but' It must havo been
something dreadful from tho wav tho miner at
tho metropolis of East Tcnnesseo aro howling
,'nb'out 'disasters, fraud, multiplicity of candi
dates wrong count, siumntr uauoi-Doxcs, rc-
... .,1 .Yt1 .1... . l .1.!- ! .,.'. . .
Scaling, ami mi iiini sort ui inuin iiiciueiii iu
rt-clas cities like Chattanooga nnd Now
York'. Ndnscnsc I You nro not hurt half po'
bad as you think. Walt till tho smoke lias;
rear, uury tno
bles overboard into deep watery and by Atigtist
you'll do an ngnt again."
Jim Goins announces that lio will shoe hOrses
as cheap, and dp it 100,per-ccnt. better than any
Pthcr blacksmith Tn the. place, . apl 6-tf
J. E. Schnildt. of VIenha, haft completed
Ills ntla-s of the moon. He liaa boon at It
Wo aro; authorised and reqoeated to Announce C. W.
JON E3 as a candtdato, for re-election to tho office or
County Judco, made vacant by tho adoption "of tho
Kew Constitution. 1 ornl 6-tdo
KaoxTille Quotations of Mosey and Stocks.
6lTICl! Kkoxyiixe ClIROKICXK,
Tuesday, -April 5, 1870. J
Gold closed in Npw York Monday evening
alil.lli. Tennessee Bonds cloJcd at G8Je for ex-,
coupons and 61J for new.
But little Is doing hcre.oithar in coip c-r bonds..
Gpld brings 10 cents nnd silver 5 cents. Tho
B6nd market ts, decidedly flat, so far as relates
to those of tho State.
Tho demand for Exchango Is" about equal to
-Tennessee and Georgia Railroad Bonds wero
introduced into tho London market on March
SOth. No quotations, so far.
Correction mndt-br Exchange nml Deposit
c, hw uar ntreet.
tr. fi. Aa nf 'fll ..
Knoxville City Bonus...T0
." " coupon,.!V
Knox" County Bonds,....7.r
Blount " " .f
, " eoupons,...90
" Co. eouPons,...W
Hawkins Co. Bonas,.SC0
fl-20s 'fi2. 1st series, 1.09$
5-2&a 'M. 2d sorie...1.08
a-JB t, m series
10-t0s, px fnt -.,.LO-)
Tcnn. Bonds, old f&
ti l t aitnuoncij
E E i pa R R Stock, .....20 1 ET k Va R B Stock. .20-
pold, rood lots 1.10 1 Silver, rood lot ....l.CS-
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES.
Bank of Tf nn.. old....&VT0
lianK or Uhattanooca,..
new, 10312H Ilank of West Tenn.,
Planter' Bank. .........9ft I Xradors' Bank,..
union lianx, a
160, waroflS12, ,. .. .-....Buying, 3171
120 - " ....-! ....". " 12s
SO ' .. " VI
iO " " - " 41
160e,'not war of 1812...
1 " "
On London, oror3, v fit....,
On Dublin, "
iA.nnv 11. .11,
On " Frankfort. V iroilder,.! i,V
roreicn bxenango tor sale only at fcxehango ana '
uenostt uanK. . z - .y
On Now York.
cutCfAiin i no
, - --w a 1
c -it: i... At. 1 ,VJ
V ' WVai'a, "'ft w
is wanted, C0(n,03c.
rxouR JiarKet sienuj j .
r 1 . .... 1..
brands of Family bcU at ?2.W&vKIjr,r
at $2.C02.75, by tho quantit0
3&14o ; Clear Sides, 151c. But fewahpf is
Larp Market quiet Pnmol.Lehf 15. fi
Fkathkr's Dull; Prime; C0C5o. E5-nT
Couktry Prodvce Butter 25c, Stated
tatoes S1.00m1.50. Mamo Hutrnr. i .nl vn
Poultrv dickens, 'JJQs'JM; Jxxtu
BeEv CLvttlk Market quiet and,TJ
Snipping cuiiie, iHiyujL. xuittivr, iri
ana uuiu ,
3 j. .11 -
Hay Demand quiet, with stock full., .rt(trt)M
Timothy and Herds Grass, baled, f f " ir; -by
wagon load, $1.0001.15. jeafifiIn"ey
-- -- - - - - -- - - -. .
ground, yi'J. pag, pr snu.uu
KnoxTiiio uciaii JUtrKtr. tno-
BrtTKR Scarce. Choice readily bfinss 40e ?--UfyH;
VKOiTABLis Onions, dried, fl rct'8,
tatoes, f peck, lOfiSOc. Turnips. poekA
V peck, 25c. ' witli
r bvits iiemon.', v uoicn, ouauue. npi'uw, ivi- .
Cnr.E3E-"P ra, 2530v-.
Eoc's W dozen. lb"Ke.
Pocltrv-Turkeys, C0elJ. Chickens, 2CSf
Flsii-"Whito Fish, -p B..KX512. Catfisu,
Pereb, l16c. Mackerel. 510o.
BuEfHind quarters, TH ., 10CJ.12ic.! chblco
! lb., 13c. t Steak and'Roast, 12K-C.S ordinary cut
Metros H B lOo.
Veal-V .. 10c.
Pons-V ft., 12KQ15C.
B.vcox-Ham, H ft.. aW-22Kc
S.vfSAOK Freth, ft-i 3
Tcipk rl ft.. Sc.
PiaV Feet-H do
VksisoX-JIoS 'tvft 12Q15.
Monday. AprizJ&At$$ ?J 1
The "city produco market 1; ;fation'i no ' 'J
ring the week, with very lfttt(J2 c&
Wukat Demand for Bed dH Wt75tnave. .Cf j I
S1.0O1.10. Wiito 'quiet nnd i,iJowl ,
V SACK, WW.iAIS TH ' A.HIV B
r i 1
1, ' I.