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KNOXVILLE WEEKLY OURONrCLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMJJEll 0. 18 9.
A Wife-Murderer Makes his Sons llury (lie
Victim, nntl Plow over the Urate.
Four Wayne, Oetobvr 30.- .V mo,t hor
rible murder, committed nine tnile Howth
of Limn, Ohio, lma Just eonie to light. A
iimn nnmcd A.ndrowlJreiitllngormurdorcd
hl3 wlfo near Ills house, on Monday after
noon nbottt 2 o'clock, by stabbing her right
times In the breast and four times In tho
abdomen. Hotheatened the lives of his
.children if they iuformcdon him. and by hia
directions two of his sons buried tho body
near the house, and then In order to re
move all traces of tho grave, plowed and
harrowed over the snot.
Yesterday his children told some of thoir
neighbors of tho ainitr, and an examina
tion was Immediately made which reveal
ed the crime In all its horrible nature.
Urentlinger has since confessed, and Is
now contined In thb Lima Jail. Ills trial
will probably take place at the present
term of the court. The age of the mur
derer is ilfty-two j that of his victim but
twenty-five. She was his second wife.
Ho claims to have murdered her on ac
count of her being too intimate with a
Hound tho idefi of one's mother, tho mind of
a mnn clings with fond nflection. It is tho llwt
Jeep thought stnuipod upon our infant hearts
when yet soft nnd capable of receiving tho most
profound impressions, and the after feedings of
the world nre more or less light in comparison.
KTcn in our old ago, wo look hack to Unit feel
ing as tho Bwectest we have through life. Our
passions and our willfulness may lead w far
from tho object of our filial love; wo learn oven
to pain her heart, to oppose, her wishes, to vio
late her commands; we may become wild,
headstrong and angry at her counsels or oppo
sition; but when death has stilled her monitory
voice, and nothing but still memory remains to
recapitulate her virtues and good deeds, ntl'ec
tion, like flower beaten to the ground by- a.
.tiirm. raises uu her head and smiles
among her tcar6. Hound thatldcn, as wo have
taid.'tho mind clings with fond au"ection; and
even whan the early period of our loss forces
nikuioiy to bo silent, fancy takes tho placo of
remembrance, and twines the image of our dead
parent with a garland of graces and beauties
and virtues which wo itouut not suo pumsuu.
A rope of wind is supposed to be insuill
riint. to keen the ocean tide.
People "run" Into debt, but sometimes
they "cmwl out of it."
The Paris Government has decided to
ttppniit. the armistice.
A residunt of Edgefield has rnid two crops
of apples and cherries this year from tho same
The late James T. lirady once remarked
that his experience convinced him that a
man's wife was his best lawyer.
It begins to look ominous when the wo
man of the period wants her club; she
used to be satisfied with her broomstick.
"It is a poor rule that won't work both
ways," as the boy said when he threw the
ferule at the schoolmaster's head.
Stars arc clearly the best astronomers,
because they have studded the heavens
since the creation.
The first annunl banquet of tho Yale Alum
ni Association of Tennessee took place at tho
Maxwell House, Nashville, on last Thursday,
tho 27th of October.
An American editor cautions his tall
readers against kissing short women, as
the habit has rendered him exceedingly
A fellow about to be sentenced to death
(topped the roundabout legal formula of
the court with " never mind the 'bltuary,
Judge, let's go on with the funeral."
Tho Blood Ilorso Association at Nashville,
have raceired upwaids of $22,600 stock sub
scription for tho purchase of a new raco course,
tho lease of tho ono they now control expiring
on tho 1st of next January.
A priest asked a tipsy fellow, leaning
against the fence, where he expected to go
when ho died. " If I can't get along any
better than now," wild he, " l shan't go
A postmaster in Virginia semis in hl re
turns thus: 1 hereby certifiy that the
fourgoin' A aeount is as near rito as I no
how to make it. If there Is enny mistake
it is not dun on Purpao.,'
There liavo been several attempts made by
'ho various freight agents to adopt somo uni
form tariff on freight passing over railroads
outh of the Ohio river, but without succoss. A
convention is to bo held in Nashvillo to-morrow,
tho 2nd inst., for that purpose.
The Chattaaooga Fruit Preserving Company
took tho first premium for fruit over forty com
petitors, and tlio prize, n beautiful solid silver
pitcher, valued at $50, is now on exhibition at
Tschopik's, whero are also all the varieties of
preserved fruit which gained the premium.
Chattanooga Times, 80ri.
Mrs Hughes, the first wife of tho Kdgefleld
bigamist, who was supposod to hare been per
suaded away and murdered by her husband,
returned to that placo last Sunday morning. It
now turs out that, having taken her off under
false pretences, he threatened to kill, and then
deserted her for the second time. Xashville
The Boston capitalist, who havo invested
largely in the Little Hock and Port Smith ruil-
rono, arrived in tins cuj yesicruuy, en rtuic iu
Littlo Hock, to be presont at the opening of tho
ryad to Clarksvillo, adistauce of forty miles,
trnln nn tho Mamnhis and Louisville road. Mr.
Pulbnau bavins: placed at their dispoal one of
tlioy have journeyed from the J-.ast. T ho ontiro
partv, in which there wero several Indies, took
jp their quarter at the Overton Hotel. Tho
following nro tho names of tho lending capital-i'l-
Messrs. John O. Pratt, II. N. J'nUt. L. H.
Hie hardsell, C. H. Hlehardson, Warren FUhor,
Kd Hichardton, W. CJ. Dickinan, Dr. Gray, O.
. Huntingdon, Albert ISronkor, and Jv. T.
Farrington, oflioston; D. W. C. Urown iM
W C Brown, of Ogdonsburg, New York.
Elections for members of the 4 2d Con
gress have not yet been held In tho follow
ing named States, and will be held as fol
Alabama, Novembers; Arkansas, Novoin-
ber 8; Mussachusetts, Novembor8; Miohlgau,
Novembers; Missouri, Novembers; Nevada,
November 8; Now Hampshire, second Tuesday
ber 7 ; Connecticut, first Monday in April, 1871;
Delaware, November 8; Florida, November 8;
Georgia, I)ocomber 21-2-8; Illinois, November
8, Kansas, November 8; Kentucky, November
o 1 ..i.lclniin Vm-ntilior 7 n w n n il Knvmn.
in Muri-li, toil, rew jvruy( .uvuinuvr oj
.New Vork, November 8; Ithode Island, No
vniibcr 8; Tennessee, November b; Virginia,
Novembers; Wisconsin, Novembers.
sash mill Illliiil, c
It, (VIAR. WATER.
J. T. AMBROSE, j
STEAM SASH & BLIMD
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
Sash, Blinds and Doors,
Dealers in Lumber, &c &c, &c.
JJAYIX0 FirrUD VP A FIB ST CLASS
Nort KhoxtIIIc, vre are lireparwi to uwke to order
W alo DIIUS3 MJMUEU, WOItlC I'LOOIUNO
iinJ i .flercnt kinds ef
la tho best tle and at prior to suit tho times.;
All OUDKltS PnOMrTLT VILLIJD ami shipped
to any ioittt ou the different lUIltojdi leading out o
llcsi Itvclel Killing t)rewett nnd Jyeil
WYor patttenlara il n orildies
TARWATEU & AMimoSU,
npril Clf Knoxville. Tennessee
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
A. S. MAHINER,
(Successor to tho Knoivillo Cool Company, and to
Mariner i llrownj
IE(5H LKAVK TO INFORM TII1J CITIZENS OF
JL) Knoxvillo and vicinity that ho will contlnuo tho
Coal and Wood Trade
As heretofore, it the Coal Yard,
CUMBERLAND & CLINCH STS.,
And respectfully solids osliaroof tho trade. He will
not allow hirasIf to bo excelled lu tho
of Wood and Coal ho may keep, and will promptly
fill orders with which ho may bo fiiYOrcd, delivering
fuel tn all parts of tho city.
Oilier on Oay street, next door to Captain Valley's
Toluwco Store. A. S. MARlkUU.
Chancery Court, Knoxville, Tenn.
NOTICE TO NON-lti:Stl)i:XT.-Hbb AND CUOSS
II. T. Cox vs. James Jonos and Nicholas Killer.
TT AVPEAIUNU F110MTHK CUOSS HIM, FIMil)
1 iu this caute, that tho complainant in the original
bill is a non-resident of 3hls State: It is ordered that
publication bo mado for four successive weeks in tho
Knoxville Chronicle, a newspaper published in Knox
ville, notifying said complainant in tho original bill,
and respondent in tho cross bill, to appear beforo tho
Chancery Court at Knoxville. on tho third Monday in
March next (1871), then and there to make defence to
said cross bill, or tho samo will bo taken for confessed,
and set d nn for hearintr cx-partc,
oeUiu-w t M. I,. 1'ATTEltSON. C. Sc M.
Circuit Court at Scvicrvlllc.
1'irrmoN for divorch.
Nancy 'Woeks vs. 'William Weeks.
IT APPEARING FROM THE PETITION FIbED
1 in this came, that tho defendant, William Weeks,
is a non-resident of tho State of Tennessee: It is there
fore ordered that publication bo mado for fuur succes
sive weeks in the Knoxville Chronicle, notlfylnK said
defendant to appear beforo tho Judge of the Circuit
Court, at a Court to bo held for the oouuty ofSovior,
nt the court house in Sevierville, on tho third Monday
of November next, then and there to iniko defenco to
said petition, or the same will bo taken as confessed,
and set for boaring ox-parte.
octl'J-wU M. W. McCOWN. Clerk.
Circuit Court at Clinton.
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
Elizabeth. Doaty vs. James 11. Doaty.
TT APPEARING: TO THE CLERK. FROM THE
L allidarit, that tho defendant i n this causo is a
non-resident of tho Stato of Tennessee: It is ordered
that publication be mado in tho Chronicle, a paper
published in tho city of Knoxville, for four succossivo
weeks, notifying said defendant to appear beforo our
Circuit Court, to be held at Clinton on tho second Mnn
duy of November next, nnd defend said bill, or the
same will bo taken for confessed nnd sctfur hearing ox
parte. W. 1). LAMAR, Clerk.
jr.rrr.nso.v corxiv tontr.
riMIE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF
J William A. Scully, deceased, hawngbeen suggest
ed by Robert W. Pierce, Administrator of said estate:
It is therefore ordered by this Court that publication
bn mado for four consecutive weckB in the Knoxvillo
Chronicle, a newspaper published In the cily of Knox
villo.and having ex tensive circulation in the said county
of Jefferson, notifying tho creditors of tuld estate to file
their claims with the Clerk of said County Court, duly
authenticated as required by law, on or beforo tho 15th
day of February, 1H71, or they will bo thereafter barred.
A truo copy from the records. Test :
JAM1W M. NIC110LS0V, Olerk.
oct20-wU lly En. It. Hall. Deputy Clerk.
Original Attachment and Injunction IIIII.
CHANCERY COURT CLINTON.
M'illard & Allen vs. W. H. Willard.
TT APPHARINO TO THE MASTER FROM THE
1 allegations of the bill filed in this oase, that the de
fendant, W. 11. Willard, Is a non-reeldeut ot the Stato
of Teauetrce : It is therefore ordered that publication
bo mado in the Knoxvillo Chronicle for four successive
weeks, notifying tho said W, II. Willard to appear at
our Chancery Court, to be held at Cllutonouthe second
Monday of November next, and defend said bill, or the
game Mill bo taken foreonfvc'-ndetfor,hwirln .
parte, W. 11. Vi..mio llln to do
If you want llill-llends K"en up iu tho hest
stylo, po to tho CintoMCLK Job office.
Our Factory, which Wvh l:itol, ("octroyed
and wo tiro ready to illl till ordorri for
WIRE AXI TWIJfi 13315 ROOMS,
That will fnvoraoly compare, both In stylo and quality, to any brooms "mudo North or
AVIS S1CJL.L. AT AATIOJL.ISSAIL.K EXCJL.ariIVI3T,Y, jj
MERCHANTS W1I,L PLEASE FAVOR US WITH THEIR ORDERS.
Aw" :B0LLI &"CHAVANNES,
KNOXVI ILE, TENNESSEE,
N. Bi Please remember our Brooms
nessee Division Fair."
TWENTY DOLLARS IN GOLD
Will ho paid to nny ono who can find any auui.tkk.vtion in
THE ANCHOR WHITE LEA
GOSHORN BROTHERS, Cincinnati, Ohio,
CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS, Agents,
oot29-ihtw3in KNOXVILLHE, TENN.
Commissioner of Deeds for
MUNSON & B A I LET,
IJVSVKAlVCFi AKII U. S. CLAIiff AGEMTS,
ltJxoliJtiijys? nisei Deionit I3tiiilc .15iiilillil',
Great Inducements to Purchasers,
QBVBItAI, FARMS AND LAltOI! TRACTS OF
kj land in Ureon county. Smo of tho finest in Tennes
see. Tho largo tracts are susceptible of division into
many desirable homesteads, with superior advantages
for CnuxTuv Stohks, Mills, Hood Markets, Ac. An
excellent opportunity for the kettlemcnt nf a colony.
T ARQE TRACTS OF LAND IN JEFFERSON
1 J county. Some of tho well known French Broad
Bottoms. Also, several small upland farms, and fine
timber. ' j
A NUMBER OF FARMS VARIED IN QUALITY,
location and price, in Knox, Blount, iloano and
other counties. Plats and full descriptions furnished
QEVERAL OF THK, KNOX COUNTY FARMS
i) are situatod on tho Knoxvillo and Kingston road,
from ono to three miles Irom Campbell's fclatlon, arc
well improved, and among tho best in tho county.
SEVERAL SMALL TRACT'S OF LAND NEAR
tho city, su'tablo for suburban residences, market
gardens or fruit farms.
17 INE COUNTRY RESIDENCE AND FARM NEAR
X Joncsboro'. Largo brick house and other im
provements. All kinds nf fruit on the place.
A WELL LOCATED PROPERTY, WITH ALL
XV.neceiar5' fixtures for conducting tho business,
Blacksmith and ShocHhopi', with completo sets of tools,
ottered at a low price.
Wo tiro AfontH for tho well known
Queen Fire Insurance Co., of Liverpool and London,
U. S. HRANOII OFFICE IN NEW YORK.
NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANsY,
(UNDERWRITER'S AGENCY, ) OP THE OITY OP NEW YORK.
Eisks Taken Throughout East Tennessee.
Pliiwtic Slate Koolini-.
Wo are Agents for tho salo of territory for tho Plostlc'Slate Roolllni; Company. This material is rapidly
superceding all others, it being fire-proof, cneapcr and more durnblo than tin, ! nil Information can bo obtuincd
ut our office.
CONVEYANCING IN ALT, ITS BRANCHES JPROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
u,VblbinVu'iIiflenfcO(l to beo or eorrcsponil with parties Interested In Real Entntu mut
ters. We make no ehnrge for Inforinntlon. 31UXS0X Si ll.ULKV,
augia- Ileal Estate, Iui-unincc ami Claim Agents.
X V I L L K
by lire, Is now ro-oponwl on First Creel;,
took Hie rremitim at (lie "East Ten
oct I l-w ui
33. I?. X5.VIT,EY,
Cusliier" EiehahL'O nnd
WE OFFKR FOR SALE SEVERAL LARUE
tracts of COAL and IRON lands. One of them
lies on both sides of tho Knoxvillo and Kentucky
Railroad, near Coal Creek. Two ul her tracts in Roane
oounty; one near the wrks of the Roane Iron Compa
ny, ut lloekwood. and (ho other near the Coal Minos
of tho ilcox Mining Company.
Wo offer great inducements in tbceo lands tn any
partiis deiinug to engage in mining or manufacturing.
WE ALSO HAVE FOR SALE SEVERAL LAROK
Tl tracts of Mountain Lands, suitablo lor farming
and grazing purposes.
RESIDENCES, CHEAP AND DESIRABLE COT
TA(IE6, and nil kinds of city property.
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED BUILDINO SITES,
and uhiinp lots in and around Knoxville.
-UIEAP HOUSE AND LOT IN DKADERICK'S
y Addilltion. OnlySft50. Nice location.
HOUSE AND LOT PLEASANTLY LOCATED ON
Broad street, iloui-o has six rooms and;many
conveniences. Price 81W0.
"VTEW UNFINISHED HOUSE ON STATE STREET
XN in a good location. Vii ost only n small amount
to lluiflilt, and is oOcml cheap, liricef HUO.
FOR HALE OR RUNT.
A GOOD TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE, WITH
V nx rooms and pantry, wood liouc, stable, Ae.,
two good cisterns, largo lot willi fruit trees and shrub
bery, In n pleasant location.
Favorable terms can be had, and tho purchase mado
at a fair price.
The property for rent at f30 a month.
rE ALSO HAVE FOR RENT SEVERAL SMALL
T houses, ranging iu price irom (10 to $1S a month.
Drills and Patent Medicines.
RUB-HARD LINIMENT !
'Pllld l.INIMKNT. AI,TIIOU01I BUT I.ATKLY
J, IntriHltucd in I ho Snuthwcst, is liavilii? a very pood
mile and IHds fair t'i find IU way into ninny fiimilles.
It wfil lie round a VALUABLE ltEMHUV fornlldls
onfM where an
If required. It con bo used with conlido.fur tho re
lief and euro o i'
JN'1'AM.MATOKV ItllKUJIATISM, imfsYPELAS.
1IUKNS, SCALDS, .to.
Try It and you will find It n food liuimtnt. l'rlcc,
t!,! mill .10 contH ii Of ItoKlv.
Suld by uierclmnts scncrnlty.
Hart's Great Relief !
'PHIS ltK.MHDY IS ONK OV THK BEST FAMILY
J. Medicines In use, and will bo found a Krcnt relict of
all diseased action from which rain oricinnlcs.
Bhmild hare It at hand. Don't wait until l'uln comes
within your doors bclnre imrchaslne.
IIAUT'S OHMAT 11BLIKF AVILL KKLIKYE
HheumlUm, Solo Throat, llruisee, l'lcurisy, Croun
iwiumouc, liiiiiiini;, no jioioreux, nprain or
gi.ism, Iteadiirho, Frost Bites, .Still' Joints, l'o
ver, Sonw, lleiirtlnirn, tiourtitoniaeh, Cbol
cri". Ilyitcrni, l'neiimonln, Chills and
Fevers, Inlliunmations, l'aralysif,
Cuts, Cliilbl.iins, Lumbiign, Colic,
Burns and Konlds, iinnal At
I'citlon, Biles, Cholora
Brenst or Side, Dimruit Brenthlnir, Cramiis In tho
Stomach, Dysentery or Dinrrhea, t ails and Aoot-
cmcnts, or w uaievcr your uompinini may uo
Tlitit KivcN You l'uiu!
Vegetable Toothache Anodyne
As nn immediate cure for tho Toothache, caused by de
cay. It Mm cures scurvy of gums and causes them to
burden ami adhi re tu the teeth ; it cures gum boils,
heals all foreiiMi ot tho gums; It sweetens and purities
the breath ; applied to tho swollnu gum it affords great
relief with chidln u that aro teething; it Is a perfectly
harmless remedy, but must bo used according to direc
tions to get premised relief.
Who would suffer wiih this most distressing afflic
ONE 25 CENT BOTTLE WILL CURE INSTANTA
Hart's Cough Lozenges
FOR TIIK ALLEVIATION IIP
(il IIUUI liUligUS)
And all Disorders of tho Throat and Lungs.
Dr. I!. II. Hart, rroitrlclor, Huston.
PUIILIC SPEAKERS AND SINOERS WILL Find
J. the Loienges Invaluable for clearing and strength
ening tho voice. There aro no particular directions to
he'obsetved in tho use of them. Containing nothing
deleterious, they ean bo taken as freely as requisite.
Ono or two Lozenges dKiolrcd gradually in the mouth,
repeating it if uccetvury, will almost invariably glvo
Immediate relief In many cases of Hoarseness, or loss of
voice. Coughs, Irritation, or Soreness of tho Throat. Arc.
occasioned by cold oruuu'ual exertion of tho Vocal
Organs. For llruncbi'L, Asthma, Ac, of long standing,
it will bo necessary to tako them frequently, us oc;i
tion requires. . ...
WStop tho littlo cough or soreness of tho throat na
Lungs in time, and HART'S LOZENGES WILL 1)0
IT. THY THEM.
Vrlco '45 CentH icr llox,
Dr, JvTItle's Efixerl
ron iHfi ccnB or
Diarrhea. Dysculcry, DIoody Fluv,
CHOLERA JKlRHUS. PAINFUL PUROINO. SU,M
MElt COMPLAINT, CRAMP AND COUC.
medicine. It docs not act ns nn astringent alone, hut
by reducing the acidity of tho secreting membranes ol
ot tho bowels, reduces tho inflammation, hence per
forms a thorough cure.
Tho proprietors tako tho liberty of stating to tho pub
lic, that no moro perfect receipt 'which is guaranteed
for tho euro of tho abovo-iuciitioucd diseases) exists in
tho world, being entirely vegetablo and containing no
sugar of lead or other noxious drug or mineral. And
they would further ray that tho preparation Iihs met
tho hearty approval ot numerous phsiciuns who hiiYo
To ndults, a tablespoonful after each passage, or lour
times a day; To children under ten, a half-tablespoi n
ful us required. To children under livo a teaspwnttil.
To children under two or three, a hnlf-tcaspoonful, as
required, and by carefully administering ut directed it
will never fail.
Hart's Magnolian Cough Drops?
PRICE PER IJOTTLE il". CENTS.
This medicine can confidently ho reeommendod for
all diKosas of the Throat, ilronuhial Tubes and Lungs.
It in invaluable as a remedy for Coughs, IJolds, Ikisj
ol Voice, Soro Throat, lntlucnra, Diptheria, llronchitlr.
Hoarseness, Croup, AN hooping Cough, Asthma and Spit
ting of Wood. It does not profess to euro consumption,
but from the luraelv demulcent and bnlsmnln rlinrtiftpr
of the ingredients of which it is composed, it is claimed
inai ii wiu io an tor mis uiro uiseuso mat niy ( uutn
Mtiticine xm do.
This medieino contains NO OPIUM, or other inirrn.
dlcnt ol'a deleterious character, uml may ho given with
tho utmost confidence and safety in every stage of tho
disease and to patients of every age. i)oso from ten
drop? to a tearpuonful, according to tho ago of the pa
ttern, aim repeuicu in ever inianco as me urgency
tho ease requires, In one. two. three or four hours.
Damon's Stock Powders.
rpilHSE roWUERS ARE PREPARED FROM
1 Medicines which possess Laxative, Tollman J Puri
fying properties, and when adiniuistered to Horses pro
duce tho niot beneficial n sulis. As a laxative, they
expel from tho stoiiiaeh and intcitlues all foreign sub
stances. As a tonlo they iii' rcaie the tone and strength
of the system ; und as a purdii r they cleasu tho blood
and lay the foundation fur u i-tmiiKaud healthy circu
lation. They area preventive id' Lung Fever, and an
excellent remejiy lor an tlic diseases to wlilcli tins no
ble animal is subject. Their use Btreiivtliens the limp
ami gives a. smooth and glossy appearance to the skin,
una uy lutTCHinK in uptwuf, give viforniiu strcngtii
to tho whole system.
l'rll'l', it! Cl'tltH )li' Itll.V.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
For Lung Fever, or any symptoms of tho disease, give
a tablosiioonful threo times a day.
For (llanders, Heaves, Diteniper, 1 ounder, Cnughr,
nnd other complaints to which the Horse is subj.i t,
glvo a tablespoonful three Union a day until u euro is
cffetel which Is generally )irixlneel in a few days.
Those iKwders, if used two or threo times a week, du
ring the spring and winter months, will prevent your
horse from being attacked by these dangerous diseases
und greatly increase their usefulness.
DAMON'S STOCK POWDERS FOR MILCH COWS
These Powders are valuable ini nereasing the quan
tity of Milk In tho Cow, nnd should bo used by ever
fanner. It increases tho appetite and fattens and
strengthens tho animal, and while increasing the quin
tity of tho milk, makM tho butter firm and sweet.
E. .7. SANFORD & CO
Tho want of n medicine of tills character bus lonu
heen felt by the community, and has induced the pro
prietors, by over thirty years' trial In privnto, to intro
duce it for the henctlt of tho T.llhlirt nind.M. fnn.tl.