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lino.vbiDc S&fcchhj Chronicle LUuircsoan, H'oucmbcr 13,
WEDNESPAY . . . NOVEMBER 13, 1872.
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Near Ellznbethton, Carter county, Ten-
lUBSee. on li'rldnv. TCnvomliof lut Mr ...,-
uel Angel, aged sixty-six years. Tlie ile-
ccubuu was mu wiuer oi our townsman.
Mr. S. P. Angel.
lie Won't "Oo Wont."
Caldwell didn't "go "West," for at last ac
counts ho was on his farm at Strawberry Plains.
1 crhaps like Grcoley, ho doesn't expect to run
again lor office. As wo havo hoard what ho
knows about politics, perhaps wo will now hear
what "ho knows about fanning." Thornburgh
will send him some beet seed from Washington.
Mr. David Leo, who lives near tho Fair
grounds is a lovor of fine stock and especially
lat hogs, six of which ho had in a pen fatening.
Ho has only flvo now, for somo unknown per
sons fond of fresh pork, too poor to buy and too
proud to beg, mado a raid on his pon and car
ried oil' ono of tho best. Tho hend and oll'ul
was found in a secluded placo at Shicldstown,
but tho meat was safely carried off.
On last evening at half.past) seven o'clock, at
tho rcsidonco of tho bridos uncle, Perez Picks
inson, Esq., by Rov. N. Bachman, Gen. Jos.
Jbinnegan, of Savannah, Ga., and Mrs. Lucy
C. Alexander, of this city.
On Thursday. Oct. 7th, at tho residence of tho
lindo's father, by Rov, J. Howard-Smith, Mr.
N. S. "Woodward to Miss Anna Peed, all of this
Mr T. M. Schloierwns caned yostordav on tho
street by Col. John B. Brownlow, but in such
n friendly manner that no sonsiblo man would
object to bo dealt with likewise. It i3 said to bo
tho finest cano in Knoxvillo, and cost probably
forty or fifty dollars. Tho narao of Col. J. B.
Brownlow is engraved on tho head with tho in
scription, "Presented to'T. M. Schloior.'' It
certainly is the prettiost stick of tho kind wo
Wo had tho pleasure of a call from Mcsar3.
Ellas, lluhl and Josoph Allgirc, of Pennsyl
vania. They camo to East Tennessee upon tho
recommendation of our articles about East Ton
nossoo, and nftor having taken quito a prospect
ing tour, pronounco themselves satisfied with
the result. Thoy are now on their way return
ing to thoir nntivo State with tho firm deter
mination to induce thoir sons to make this their
About 11 o'clock yesterday a special train left
this city for Coal Creek, having on board a
party trom Georgia, who are now tho principal
stockholders of tho Knovillo and Ohio railrond,
ox-Governor Brown, Prosidont of tho "Western
Atlantic railroad, and his son, Cols. Grant and
" aughn, and others. Thoy had novor visited
this section beforo and wcro on their way for
tho first timo to oxamino their property. The
party was accompaniod by Capt. II. L. Cham
berlain, from Chattanooga, Mr. Davy Richards,
Capt. Tuttlc, and Col. C. M. McGhee, from
Knoxvillo. Thoy returned last night, and wo
understand aro thoroughly satisfied both with
their trip and thoir purchase.
Tho undorsigned having had sovcrul years
cxporienco in treating Hernia or Ruptuto,
would respoctfully ealltho attention of all tho
persons in East lonncsseo thus affected to his
superior Truss and method of troatment. I
uso tho "Gun-Stirrup" Truss, which I havo in
troduced into Knox, Union, nnd Sevier coun
ties, with great success, having effected sovor
al cures. This trus3 exceeds all othcr3 in four
respects, viz : Safety about tho spino nnd kid
neys; durability; rotary motion of tho pad,
and modifying tho power by a screw. 1 claim
it will m wo5t cases closo tho internal "ring"
and destroy it.
1 refer to tho following physicians, viz : Drs.
Boynton, of Knoxvillo, C'atos and Morton of
Maryvillo, Ellis, of Trundle3 X Roads, Ham.
iner, of bovierville, Rogers, of Gravestown,
Mynatt and Butherford, of "Walnut Grove,
Ruthorford, of Thorn Grove, and Dr. Thorn
burgh of Now Market.
My residenco is 2 miles east of tho Fair
Grounds, and my postofflco is Knoxvillo. Thoso
interested will plcaso prcsorvo this.
r . , P- & L.vwton.
Nov. 5, 1872.
Judgo Bcnl. G. Owen, of somo local reputa
tion nt and about Knoxvillo, nnd who travoled
on foot from ono end of tho "Batcring Bam"
District, stnrting from his supposed mineral dis
coveries in tho North Carolina mountains, and
circumnarigating to tho stono-dyo regions of
Clay county in tho vicinity of Bowling Groono,
Kentucky, at tho opnosito end of this unaoomly
Congressional boundary, it will bo romcmbor
cd, concluded ho was not strong enough tomako
tho raco for Congros3, nnd gracefully retired
from tho canvass. But tho Jit of political am
bition on him was strong and ho announced
himself as tho Democratic candidato in tho
hopelessly Bopublican Senatorial District,
which includos Jcflbrson nnd Sovior counties.
Tho Judgo" ran with much "agilily," consid
ering ovorything.recciving.lOl votes in Jefferson
and 177 in Soviorcounty.which was just 19 moro
in Joflerson and 10 moro in Sovier than tho
regular '"nominee" of tho Sparta Convention
received in tho sumo countios. Tho "Judgo"
says ho could havo dono much better, if ho had
not been compelled to carry A. Caldwell on his
Through tho kindness of a friend wo came in
possession of tho following particulars of a
dreadful accident by which a nurso and an
lnfantchlld were burned to death. The occur
rence took placo last Saturday in tho vicinity of
the old Concord church, 11 miles South-west of
Kno,mi . . ?Ir' , 1obt' Gmblo Constnblo of
tho 10th district, is tho unfortunate fathor of tho
burned child. It appears that tho mother left
her infant in tho caro of a nurso whilo sho went
to tho spring, who, during her absonce, took a
Jit and foil in tho firo with tho child In her arm?,
and in that condition tho mother found her off
spring. The horrors of tho mother can better
be imagined than told. "Wo deeply sympathize
with tho bereaved parents I
ItKI.KJIIH S I.NITltKXCKN.
The dime ol (toil In Knox vIlle-The
Worlilngt ot Her Churcliei.
"Wo havo arrived nt tho idea that a condonsed
history of tho different Churches in Knoxvillo,
and what they aro doing for tho advancement
of Christianity, would bo rccolved with inter
est by the majority of our readers. In this wo
intond to bo unbiased by any sectarian feolings,
whntovor, and to givo as correct an account as
posilblo from tho information we can gather
from the most Tollable sources. Wo propose to
take olio church ovory Sibbatb, and without
any preference, take the i.earcst church to our
THE SKCO.VD l'RESllYTSRIAN CHURCH.
Thii Church was organized by tho Union
Presbytery, on the 21th day of Octobor, 1810,
with Archibald Bhea, John McCampbcll,
Thomas Craighead, Joseph Brown and John
Taylor as their first Elders, and Rov. Isaac An
derson, thoir first Minister. As to tho preciso
number of tho membership at it organization,
tho old church records do not show, but from
that period up to May 29, 1820, 35 members wero
enrolled on the church book. Tho Rov. Isaac
Anderson continuod his labors in this church
for ton years, after which it scorns tho flock
wero without n rogularjshepherd for about two
years. In 1831, Rov. Jefferson E. Montgomery
commenced his Ministerial labors in this
church and closed them in tho year 1838,
when tho charge was again without n
Pastor for two years. During tho
foregoing periods tho church ' steadily grow
in membership, and wo notico somo very tami
liar names ns Elders. For instance, in 182!)
Wm. S. Howoll and Thos. Rodgors. 1830, Hugh
Brown, James H. Cowan and Hugh A. M.
White woro ordained Elders. In tho year
1810 Rov. Wm. Mack commenced his regular
lnbors as a Minister of this charge and closed
them in December, 1813 ; and again, it seems,
tho church was without a Pastor for about two
years. On tho 15th of February, 1815, Rev.
John W. Cunningham commenced to labor with
this church and closed his connection with tho
same in February 15. 1800. Rov. Josoph H.
Myers commenced then to labor with this
church, and was installed ns regular Pastor Oc
tobor 30th, 18-17. In 1849 Jesso Lincoln, S. P.
Jacobs and Horaco Mnynard woro ordained as
Eldors. Rev. Ji H. Myors closed his connec
tion with tho chnrgo in 1851 and Rev. J. H.
Mnrtin took chnrgo of tho ministry, which ho
resignod in October,1803. A periodof two yoars
Bgain apponrs hero on tho record without any
regular Minister in charge. Rev. R. P. Wells
officiated as a Minister for one year, from 1803
to 1800, when tho present Minister,
HKV. X. 1IAC1IMAN,
took cliargo, and found tho church in a rather
hike-warm condition, tho membership being
only abjut 70 or 80 communicants. From tho
year 1820 to theyoar 1800, a poriod of 40 yoar.-,
there wero enrolled in thu church book 507
name, from that poriod to tho presont, under
tho efficient labors of Rev. Mr. Bachmnn, 303
namc3 havo been addod to tho list of communi
cants. This makes a total number of 905 mom
bors enrolled in 53 years, anil one-third of this
wholo numbor have been added to this branch
of tho church of Christ during tho short period
of 0 years, undor tho ministry of tho present
ablo and efficient pastor, Mr. Bachman, who
has been tho means, undor God, of accomplish
ing great good in this community.
Tho present condition of tho church U most
flattering. Thoy havo now a membership of
ouu communicants, uesiues tnis, tney navo es
tablishod a branch church nt Shicldstown
which has a membership of about twontv. This
branch church is accomplishing a great deal of
goou, particularly among tno young people,
scores of whom havo been induced to visit tho
Sabbath School, and thus havo boon kopt from
spending thoir Sabbaths in idly running around
on tho streets, and from ongaging, perhaps, in
grosser evils. Rov. Mr. Bachman, with his
earnestness, lias succueuoa in tnorougnly awa
kening tho membership toasonsoof theirduties,
nnd now thero does not seem tob,oadrono in tho
hive. All havo put thoir shoulder to tho whool.
and as a necessary consequoneo Zion is moving
and tho causo of God in this branch of tho
Church of Christ is prospering most gloriously.
is n grand success. It now numbers from about
200 to 250 scholars. If thero is anything in this
world that is dear to a God-loving pooplo, it is n
good Sabbatli School. There, by hundrods, tho
youthful hearts aro taught to lovo their Creator
in tho days of their youth. God, Christ, tho
Bible, Heaven, and all that is loyoly and good
is hold up beforo their spiritual oyes, and often
children aro thero for tho first timo loarned to
lisp a prayor. To enter their Sabbath School
and soo so many bright nnd youthful faces,
sparkling oyos, and apparently, attentive minds,
tho words of tho Savior return to our mind,
"Suffer littlo children to como unto me. and
forbid them not, for of such i3tlio Kingdom of
TUB YOUKO MEJJ'S rnAYKTl MEETING
is hold at 2 o'clock, nnd is well attended by the
young men nnd boys connected with this church.
That good is being accomplished by this thoro
can not bo tho least doubt. If thero was nothing
moro to bo accomplished than to
keep theso young men off tho street
on Sunday afternoon, and thus provont
thorn from falling into bad company, wo would
say, God speod them. But it goes further. It
uses them early to prayor,it gives them spiritual
strength and koeps their Christian armor
bright, nnd thoy go away from their prayor
meeting with a nrmor determination to iivoa
Christian lifo and greatly strengthened for tho
ensuing weok's conflict with tho worjd.
Tho Sunday School Teachors of this chargo
have, their meetings overy Sunday nftornoon
about 4 o'clock. That this is a means of grace,
and accomplishes god, no ono will for n mo
ment doubt. In this meoting tho teachors con
sult each other in regard to tho bost method of
teaching, &c, and other questions for tho ad
vnncoment of tho causo aro thero freely dis
cussed. Tho regular prayor meoting comes off overy
Wednesday evening nt 7 o'clock. This meet
ing is gonerally well attended, and is of groat
importance ns a means of grace.
Tho Indies of tho chnrgo havo their rcgulnr
meeting every Friday afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
Wo are glad to sco tho ladies of this cliargo so
alive for God, and good must rosult from their
Taking it all in all, this church is doing much
for tho causo of Christianity, nnd tho sacred In
fluence thrown out by her is having a good ef
fect in this community. Truly glad aro wo that
Zion is steadily moving on to tho consummation
of that glorious victory promised in Holy Writ,
when all shall know God, whom to know aright,
is lifo everlasting.
lion. R. II. Butler, member of Congress, re
elected from tho First District y nn, increased,
majority, nv-as in tho city yesterday, lookingi
well pleased after his arduous campaign, which
ho has prosecuted with unusual vigor from tho
outset. Ho sports a majority ot 2,500 in th'o
district. - '
Messw. 11, Tlfornburgh, of Now Market, and
Ed, R. Hall. of'Pandrldire. called to sen m ve3-
terday. Both report Jefl'eron in a fine spirit
07er Its handsome voto for Hon. J. M. Thorn-
burgh, who swept this district like a tornado.
Woii done, old Jetler3on.
RATIFYING THE VH'TOUY.
An Iniiiieiixe llcmoiiitrnlloii nn Market
Speeches ly Hon, Jloraee .Maymtril, Col.
Thoriilitirsli anil Jiutce Jlouli.
On last ovoning Market Squaro was thronged
with a largo nnd eager crowd to colobrnto tho
glorious victory achieved on Tuesday last,
wheroby tho preserver and defender of tho
country, Gen. Grant, is chosen to presido ovor
it3 destinies for four years longer and complete
tho work so glorlouslyliogun.
Tho Oormnn Band furnished tho music on
tho occasion. Tho first pioco played was " Hail
Columbia," nnd as tho note.3 of this patriotic
anthem roso and felbon tho air the enthusiasm
of tho vast concourso found vont in loud and re
peated cheers that made tho wolkin ring.
An immonso bonflro was built in tho ccntor
of tho Squaro while tho speaker's stand nnd tho
Chuoxk-lk offlco was brilliantly illuminated.
An immense tri-colorod balloon was inflntod
nnd soared grandly upward, and took its west
ward flight, after thoso who took tho advico of
tho sago of Chnppaqua, and went toward the
Amidst tho wildest enthusiasm nnd calls for
HON. IIOHACK MAYNARD,
That gentleman took tho stand and mado ono of
tho most conciliatory spooclies wo ovor listonod
to. Ho showed wherein the conservative ele
ment had boon led by tho ultra leadors of tho
Bourbon Democracy, and whero tho pooplo had
risen in tho plcnitudo of their might and re
buked tho imposition and monstrous wrongs at
tempted to be foisted upon the people of this
Stato by them.
Ho said that in tho Into contest, nationality,
equality nnd tho genernl prosperity hnd been
tho prevailing ideas as against sectionalism,
the privileges of caste and class and fruitless ab
stractions. That tho campaign demonstrated as
n lesson tho policy of honesty in politics as in
every thing clso nnd tho wisdom f never des
pairing when pnnciplo is involved. Ho showed
by examples from our own recent history and
from Moxican history, tho difference botween
parties bnsod upon principle, and tho partisans
of distinguished leadors, and pointed out tho
xondency of tho Amorican pooplo to stand upon
principle, rathor thnn to follow leadors. Ho
conoludod by thanking tho audionco for their
recent support at tho poll.
coi,. j. m, Tnouxiiunait.
Followed Mr. Maynard in n brief speech. Ho
congratulated his hoarcM on tho glorious vic
tory just achieved, which was n rebuko to the
designs of ambitious and unprincipled leaders,
who attempted to bnrtor away tho rights of tho
pcoplo for their own selfish ends. Sneaking of
the Conservative Union men. ho said that thoy
ought to and naturnlly, did belong to tho Re
publican party. Tho history of tho past, soaled
with tho best blood of tho country placod them
there, and their sympathies could bo no whero
elso. Ho had been chosen to represent this, tho
Battering Ram District, in tho National Legis
lature, whichliad been laid off for tho purpose
of disfranchising East Tennessceans, and was
gratctui to tuose who nau given mm tlicir sup
port in tho race. Tho workincmen of both liar-
tics hnd rallied around his standard and ho
would represent to tho utmost of his power, tho
intorest oi tnoso who sent mm tnoro. jus speech
was woll received nnd with thanks for tho con
fidence manifested on previou3 occasions in his
boiiait, ne rctireu.
At tho conclusion of Col. Thornburg's ro
marks, which wero loudly npplauded, n
LETTER FROM SENATOR UUOWNLOW
to tho Now York Times was road by Capt.
Wm. Rulo, (which will bo found in full in an
other column) tho readinc of whieh was receiv
ed with tumultuous cheering, showingthostrong
uoiu mis iriL'u aim vuierau icauer una uu me in
fections of his party.
JUDQE L. C. IIOUK
was tho noxt speaker. His romarks woro char
acteristic and roplcto with anecdoto nnd witti
cism. Ho felt too full of tho joy of tho hour to
hnrbor animosity and foroboro nny harsh allu
sions to his old loo, the Democratic party. Ho
thought with tho present overwhelming defeat
staring thom in the faco, tho bost thing for the
Conservative Union Andy Johnson men to do
would bo to como ovor to tho Republican pnrty,
whoro thoy rightfully belonged. . Ho demon
strated tho onward march of Republicanism
nnd congratulated tho country on tho over
whelming and decisivo victory obtained over
tromondous odds. Ho kopt tho crowd in excel
lent humor and was listened to with tho closest
attention until its close, when tho crowd dis
persed. Ni:ilF.XAl)K OF Nr.NATOU UUOWXI.OW.
Ho JlaUe.i lilHAiienrnm-e; unit In I.ouclly
At tho conclusion of tho meeting on Market
Square, the band, and a good portion of tho
crowd, ropairod to tho residenco of tho hero of
many a political battle, to do honor to their old
standard bearer and former Governor. Aftor
somo oxcollont music by tho band, Senator
Brownlow mado his appearance and acknowl
edged his appreciation of the honor conforred
by a bow, after which ho recol ved tliroo 'hearty
cheers, Somo moro splondid music was fur
nished, and then loud calls brought forth
COL. JOHN 11. I1ROWNLOW,
Who addressed the audionco in a speech suited
to the occasion, plain nnd practicable Ho
showed how Tennessee Republicanism
had met Democracv lin open flold
nnd tho victory was won. Tho Republicans
had elected their ticket in the Stato all but tho
Governor, and thoy could havo elected him if
thoy had but triod. Ho spoko of the bright
prospects of thoStnte, and tho glorious futuro
that awaits hor. His speech wns woll received
nnd elicited loud applause at divers times.
Alter somo moro music, no was louoweu ty
COL. A. 8. 1T.0S.4K.11,
who had also been loudly called for. Ho mndo
an oxcollcnt address, congratulating tho Bo
publican party on tbo splendid victory won, n
victory but littlo expected this day ono week
ago. His romarks wero well-timed and wero
rocoived with loud applause
MR. DAVID lUCU.UlPS,
boing present, wns forced to make his nppear
anco by tho continuod calls of tho crowd. Ho
stated that ho felt rather curious, being a for
oignor and only four years among this people
here, to bo elected to represont them in tho
State Sennte. He received th office without
inking for it, and without giving ono singlo
drop of whisky towards getting it, and never
will, and now being elected ho was determined
to do tho pooplo all tho good ho know how. Ho
t,ac lrt,,!. nVinrt-nl nt thrt em n 1 ,, fflrtn rf Vila
"marks. Tho band then played their farowell
piece nnd left, but tho crowd Were determined
boforo retiring to their homes, nnd continued to
gall for him until he mado his appearance. Ho
nddrcssod them a in vory few.but clear and fore
iblo remarks, and closed tho meeting by three
cheers for President Grant and the Republican
Wo took occasion to drop into tho offlooof
Messrs. Munson & Bailoy, Real Estato nnd In
a"r'ltico Agents, who aro well known to tho peo
plo ol hast Tenncssoo. Their former offlco in
tho orth half of tho Exchango nnd Doposit
Hank Building has nttrnctod tho attention of tho
public generally. 'Ihoy havo now removed to
tho second story of tho building, immediately
over thoir former offico, and proposo to mako
their now quarters quito as attractive if not
moro so than thoir former ones. Tho rooms
havo been newly flitted up, something similar
to those previously occupied, with walnut and
ash partitions about eight foot high, making
Tho first room is now being arranged with
cases for the Roal Estato nnd Insurance pnpors,
all made to order for tho spocinl purposo do
signed, nnd desks also suited to special uscj
in their business.
Tho middle room will bo occupied by Cnpt.
p. G. anderhoof, as Engineer's, Survoyor nnd
Drafting offico, and tho back room by C W.
loucho, Esq., ns a U. S. Claim offico, having
in chnrgo the claims of somo eight former firms,
comprising tho larger portion of all tho claim
business now unsettled in East Tonncssoe.
In this connection wo tako nloasuro to noto
tho fact that Messrs. Munson & Bally havo so
curcd tho services of T. H. Corkill, Esq., Pro
fessor of Ponnraanship, whoso flno specimens of
work havo beon seen by most of our citizons.
This will bo a sufflciont gunrantoo of tho man
ner in which tho offico work of the
Real Estato and Insurance business will bo con
ducted. Mr. Arkill. however, will continuo his
night school as usual for tho presont.
After a thorough examinations, wo can confi
dently say that the facilities this firm now pos
sess, with a completo organization in all tho do
pnrtmonts of their businnss, nro unequalled by
any firm in tho Stato. Tho four Firo Insurnnco
Companies thoy ropresont are woll known for
their consorvativoness and soundnoss, and aro
in nil respects second to none now doing busi
ness. The organization of thoKast Tenncssoo Branch
of the Republic Lifo Insurance Company speaks
for itself. Tho gcntlomon comprising this Branch
aro too well known to admit of a doubt in re
gard to its good standing and soundness.
Tho energy of this firm in tho prosecution of
tho Real Estato Business, and tho largo out-lny
nnd oxtensivo ndvertising of theso gontlomen is
well known to our poople. Tho many obstaclos
thoy havo so energetically encountored and
overcome will guarantee them a final grand suc
cesss, although tho great benefits to bo deriv
ed by our section of tho South can not be fully
appreciated or realized at proscnt, but tho fu
turo will show what energy and mil can do
when proporly directed.
In connection with this department of their
business is tho Agency of tho Allen Lino of
Ocean Steamers, running direct to Norfolk, Va.,
bringing immigrants diroct to tho South with
out encountering tho former obstaclos and com
petition thrown around them by landing at Now
York, besides tho groatoly reduced rates of
pnsago, inakingthis lino a most desirablo ono.
Taking it all In all, wo can safely recommend
this firm to all having any businoss in their line.
To Those Willi ltlweuMed Kycs.
Dr. W. A. Hootcn, Oculist, Atlanta, Ga.,
will bo in Knoxvillo on Monday, Nov. tho 18th
nnd Loudon, tho 19th. Then ho will go homo
to Georgia, and return to Knoxvillo on tho 2oth
of Nov. and remain until tho 1st of Dec. Ho
will spend Thursday, tho 28th of Nov.. in Marv-
ville, tho last timo at that place. He will go to
Romember this; is his last trip around.
If you want tho meat toned Organ in tho
moat handsome case on good tonus, call nt
strument nnd get particulars, or address
Wm. F. Cummins, Genoral Agent,
nlld3tw2t Louisville, Tenn.
For tho jalo of tho ''Improved Jleehcith Sein
ing Machenes." Nono but energetic and rel'f
note mon neea apply, rot lurtnor particulars
and price, nddresa Wm. P. nummini finnl
Agent, Louisvillo, Tonnessco. xil3w4t
Triuninlutiit for.Ttventjr Years.
Moro than twenty yoars ago tho Mustans
Liniment mado its debut in tho Wost. Its euros
of tho various external diseases of horses nnd
and cattlo, nstonishod tho planters and farmers
of tho Mississippi nnd Ohio Yalloys, and a do-
mand for it sprung up which necessitated its
manufacture on nn oxtonsivo scalo. Soon the
discovory was mado that it was a grand spociflc
for rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, caracho, tooth
ache, and othor cxtornal ailments of mnnkind.
Thon it was tried as a healing, pain killing ap
plication in cases of outward injury, such as
cuts, bruises, burns, spasms, &e., and was found
equally serviceable. Tho famo of tho now rem
edy for somo of tho most painful ills that afflict
mankind and tholowornnimnls, spread rapidly,
and Mustang Liniment soon took rank in every
Stato and Territory of tho Union as a standard
$100 Reward is oft'orod by tho propriotor of
Dr. Pierce's Goldon Medical Discovory. for a
1 ! . 1. . ! 1 1 l i. ; . 1 . . . ,,
jnuuiuiiiu uiuk win I'tiuni ii, in mo euro oi an
severe cases of "Liver Complaint" and all dis
eases arising from impurity of tho blood, as
Eruptions, Pimple3, Blotchos, Boils, etc.
A colored man named Bowman severely
stabbed a man somo distanco tho citron Sun
Col. J. C. Stanton has been nominnated for
Mayor of Chattanooga.
Live Much Murker.
Tho mnrkct for beef cattlo has not been as ac-
tivo tho past week as for somo timo nrovious.
Tho scarcity of money nnd other causes havo
combined to produco a noticeable dullness in tho
sale of meat in our city market, in consequenco
of which but few cattle havo boon offerca, and
thev of a verv ordinary nualitv. "We. bono.
howovor, that tho incoming week will bring
with it renewed activity. Tho Southern ranrkots
will shortly bo open for our cattlo, and thou our
larmers may nopa lor an aavanco in prices.
Quotations. Al fat cattlo. 2c i?ood hprr
cattle, 21c; ordinary cattlo, 2c.
Tho demnnd for hoes continues cood at mm.
tations. Several car londs havo already beon
shipped to Soutliorn markets, nnd wo hoar of
othor lots to follow soon. As soon a3 tho weath
er permits our pork packers will commence
operations, nnd thon our farmers will find a
market for thoir hogs at homo. Tho enterprising
firm of McDanicl & Co,, havo mado preparations
to pack a largo number of hogs tlmyonr, nnd as
their osteblishmont contributes largely to tho
growth of our city, wo wish them abundant
Quotations. Largo fat hogs, 41nlc ; or
Little or no demand; $2.00a2.00 per head.
Tlio scarcity of hav in our market is ftlt mn.
tcrially. Tho demand far oxeceda the
coming in nnd we fear our city stock will suffer
Quotations. SoaSl.OO per cwt ; baled, $1.00
0.it.i are in good demand nt70a8jpercwt.
knoxvimi: iviioi.i:.hai.i: aiaiikktm.
Chronicle Office, Knoxvillk. Tknn., )
Nov. 12, 1872.
tlrnlu and I'rotlnce.
Grain Wo notico on advancoof2to 5 eta.
por,bUshel on all grades of whoat. Tho demand
for good wheat is very heavy at quotations, nnd
thero doos not seem to bo a sufficiency in tho
country to supply the demand or tho sellers aro
holding back for a still increased advance in tho
OAT3. Dull with no chango in quotations.
Corn. Steady nt quotations with no activity
in tho market.
Fruits Thero is a fair demand for dried
fruit at quotations with full supply in market.
Flour Firm, nnd in demand at quotations,
It is to bo hopod thnt aftor tho Into rnins tho
country mills will bo ablo to turn out a greater
quantity, nnd trndo in flour will bo moro active.
Quotations of leading articles:
Wheat Now primo white, nctivo, Sl.GSa
nmbcr Sil.7o por bushol ; red, $1.62.
Corn Is worth OOaOoc. looso.buying ; selling
prico, 75a80c sacked nnd dolivcrcd.
Oats In don.and, 30a!13,
Hay Baled. $1.00 por 100 lbs. Loose
from wagons, SOaOO per 100 lbs.
Dried FnuiT-21ft2?c for apples. Peaches,
halves, 4a4J ; quarters, 3a3.
Rlackukrries In demnnd at 8a8J.
Flour Scnrco: best family brands, 5-1.00,
por sack; extra, $3.50.a3.75
Bacon Nominal ; buying looso from wn
gons, 10c. for hog round. Soiling prico 11c.
Lard Buying prico 12ic; soiling at 125al5c,
I'EATHKRS Buying, primo, 5oa57i; duck and
Butter Buying prico 10c. to 13c. ; soiling
in shipping order 20n22e.
Eoc-s Actbe, 18a2Uc.
Beeswax 27c por pound.
Tohacco Tenncssoo leaf, 8al0c.
Grass Seed Timothy, $1.50 per bushel.
Herds grass, $1.50 "
Blue " $1.50 " "
" " Orchard " 2.C0 " "
' " Clover seed, 8.00 " "
Seneka Snake Activo, SOc.
Yellow Root Activo, 8c.
Wool Washed, 50c por lb.
"Wo report fairavorap;o sales forthopast wcok
in tho Drug lino, with lew changes in prices to
notico. Opium continues ;to advanco slowly
under advicos from Smyrna and wo expect it to
rulo high during tho wholo season. Morphino
of courso advances with it. Quinine continues
quiet with small decline, wo quoto 2.75a2.80 for
P. and W. Indigo has advanced slightly and
is now held at $1.45al.50 for best grades. Spices
aro firm with prospoct of advance. Ginsang
quiet at $1.00 ; Senaca, at SOc.
There is no chango to noto in tho dry gooda
markot as regards former pricos. Tho past week
was rathes dull on account of tho election. The
following i3 tho standing of leading articles ,
Brown blenched shooting) nnd shirtings active.
Prints activo nnd in good requost. Dress goods
nctivo ; plnin mntorials decidedly in the ascen
dancy. Alnpacas brisk demand. Linsev, jeans
nnd shawls active. A heavy trado is anticipated
for this week on account of tho meoting of tho
stockholders of tho East Tcnnes.oo, Yirginia and
Georgia Railrond, when quite n number of mer
chants aro expectod to bo in our city.
KDWAKD r. OOULD. J.VO. n.VBTOX. J.VO. a I.IA nLKV
GOULD, BARTON & CO..
DEALERS IN PRODUCE.
IJuttci- and Esirs Specialties
A0KM3 AVD MANUrACTBBKIlS
STE VAX'S PATENT EGO CASE.
27 ALABAMA STREET, ATLANTA, OA.
Atlanta, Oct. 20, 1372.
Sinco our Inst report wo havo no falling off in
trado, but rathor increased activity in all lines
Tho remarkably flno weathor;is bringing more
cotton to market thnn was currented on ; hence
wo seo a littlo weakening of prices. Provisions
arc touched only for immediate wants. All
concorned look for a dcclino in Hog Products
ero long. In grain. Corn has reduced to 05 ; we
seo no reason for it, only n local scarcitv, on a
count of transportation. Wheat is hofd firmly
at outsido prices. Barloy, nominnl. Oats dull.
In light produco, Onions nro steady ; Potatoo3
in fair demand ; Apples in domand. Butter is
hold less firmly ; stock accumulating, nnd only
fresh lots find salo nt quoted prices ; wo ndviso
shippers to send nono but strictly frc3h lots, to
realize tho quoted prices ; othors will not soil.
Eggs nro scarce. Dressed Poultry has mado its
appenranco in market, frosh lots selling readily.
Fino livo chickens are sold lively. Tallow is
Wo quoto wheat $1 S0a2 00 per bushel
Corn 85a95o for mixed ; t'5 for prime white
Barloy-1 10al 15. 1
Oats 55aG0 for black.
Bacon clear sides 12al2Jc.
Lard uncbaneod. 121al3c.
Flour Fino $0 50; Suporfinn$7 00; Fami!
$8 00a8 50; Extra and Choice $'J OOaO CO.
Dressod Poultry Chickens 14alCc ner 1 1
Turkoys 18a 20.
JjIvo cnickons, ma ajc.
Turkoys, $1 00
Apples unchanscd. S3 7oa4 2,i nor Mil. fnr
Potatoes unchanged, $W:i 100 per bushol.
Onions SI 7 per bus. in good request.
Cabbage 10al2j per hoad.
New Yorl JIarlcet.
New York. Nov. 11. Monov slrlnr-enf rlnr.
ing at 74 commission. Sterling 8 with a liboral
supply of insurance bills on London. Gold, $1
13al.l3. Governments dull, UalJ loweronSat
urday's figures. States, no business.
CottonMulI : sale3'1.390 bales: unlnnrt la-
Orleans, 10. '
Ti'lmiF ntiinf nnil In ni,nio r...,r.- lTlnMA
heavy nnd unsetlted, la2 lower ; red winter
western, $1 67nl 03. Corn heavy and a shado
lower. Rico steady. 7ia8l- Pork lower, $151
uius, u;uu lower, oj.
Cincinnati. Nov. 11 Flour dull ami nn.
charged. Corn firm ; now 42, old 37a38. Porlc
nominal. Lard auiel: kettio 7Ja73. Baeon
jobbing sales; shouldors6J; clear rib 9a9;
ciear tiucs u, v nisKy nrm at vie.
Louisville, Oct. CO. Flour steady, family,
$0.50a7-25. Corn unchanged and a small bus'i"
noss. Provisions, sbsenco of business for want
of stock, quotations nominnl. Whisky firm,
80, The unfavorable weather checks out-door