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JinorbiKc Mlcchln cftlhig ant Chronicle : a$lcDncst)an, unc 0, 185.
Knoxrille Whlj E.tabllehed 1839.
Knoxrllld Okronicl. Eatabhihed 1B70.
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Dlftb-JAMKa On the 4th 'of"'Jni"l7."it
hid lesiJoDce tw i niilei below Friend's Sta
tion. .lefiVrton et-unty. Tenn., Alrah Janice, in
hie bVith year. Uncle AIvhIi hen been a eonsistoni
member of the lta tist Chur-h for forty nine
yoara. lie disd in full triumph of hid faith. His
lo is greatly deplored by the community in
which he lived.
The farmers of Greene cnuuty have
planted more tobacco this year than at
any previous time.
The Presbyterians at White I'iue, iu
Hamlilen county, have determined to
erect a new church
Quite a storm prevailed Sabbath
eveuii.g for a few minutes, but we
have not heard of any damage being
The oat crop will he very short iu
this set-lion this season, owing to the
loug dry weather of May. Loudon
The young Indies of Mnrristown
wreathed Prof. Wilson at the closing
exercises of bin school last week. The
ceremonies were beautiful aud touch
ing. It was a mark of their apprecia
tion of his laboie.
It is now gejiernlly believed by the
farmers aud other who have been
over the county, that there will not be
laisetl, this year, more than one half
of the usual amount of wheat.
Jgncsloro' 11. v T.
Kingston. Eaut 2'cnnesnecan.- A tele-
graph line is being erected along the
line if tiie Cincinnati railroad, and
will noon reach as far as I lie gup. .Some
of our citizens are uggesint the juo
priety of erecting a branch line to this
Messrs. Fanning aud Newman, Bub
contractors on one of Mallory and
Kliuu's section, recently unceremon
iously kbandoueol their work and left
the country, und their creditors are
striving to get their debts out of their
effects left dehitid.
Jouesboro' H.Jk T. : The large bam
of Mr. Micajoh Hodges, who resides iu
Bullulu KidKe disli ict, was struck; by
lightning last Thursday evening and
burned lo I he ground. A large amount
of provinder. a new wugou, harness,
ic, wan also coiisuuieu liy llin fire.
Mr. Hodges loss is estimated at ov r
The K. C Jackson is cabled up -o
the season, al our wharf. (She tti.luoi
'lie -ii the trade until the l''all season
only on special Hips. The steamer
WyculT; sunk just above this place on
Tuesday last, wuh about three or four
hundred bushels of corn, belonging to
Mr. A. Howard, of this place. About
forly t-acka were damaged. No Jives
were lost. Loudon Journal.
Chattanooga Times : Crawford t
Wisdom shipped lust week one car load
of horses The price of beef is from 2
loi". The best that is offered here
only bringing 31. I he best beef goes
South aud we nave to put Up Willi
scalawags. It occurs to us that this
is alwvit played out, and if come butch
er will buy good beef worth 4a5 cents
on the hoof, we believe he can make
We learn from the Chattanooga
Onrtiiierciul that r. man calling him
self Lester Seymour, but whose real
name is lien. O. .button, was arrested
in Chattanoogo on Saturday. The
Chief of Police having received a cir
cular, that a man tilling that descrip
tion in wanted at Joliut, Illinois, where
lie has been engaged iu horse stealing.
Duttou was tryng to get up a City .Di
rectory iu Chattanooga.
, Oil last night, the 3.1 iust., a lewd
woman, Margaret McUee, was shot
and killed somu two miles North of
this place, on what is known us the
Bidge Ltoad, aud auother woman shot
through the shawl twice. We have
not beard t ie particulars, only that
there has lieen process issued tor four
or live men. A coroner's jury went
out this morning to hold an inquest.
UrccnevUle National Union.
Athene I'ost- A friend from the Big
Kewee country reports the wheat pros
jiects much improved, aud estimates
that there will bean average crop bar
vested in Meigs county. Hugh
Sharp, a colored hoy, about seventeen
years of bk, was drowned last Sunday
while battling iu the Kahtauallee, at
the head of Cleage's mill pond. He
was iu company with several other
colored boys, who, being unable to
swiin, could afford him no assistance.
Cleveland Banner: In passing
the country we have noticed a small
sprinkling of apples and peaches that
escaped the April breeze. The cherry
ami plum crops are good, while there
will be au abundant blackberry crop.
Owing to the wet and late springs
the corn crop Is small for this season
of the year, but it looks well aud is in
line condition, aud much of it has re
ceived thesecoud plowing. The grass,
clover, and spring oat crops will be
short, owing to the late dry weather.
Ciardeu vegetables are doing well.
Ureeueville Intelligencer t Our farm
ers are still complaining of the de
structive havoc the Hessian' fly is play
ing with their wheat Parties on
Hays' Mountain are doing a good busi
ness in the way of digging giuseng.
A man by the name of Gregg, said to
be the bully of Cocke county, and who
has hitherto detied the Kevenue offi
cers, was captured ou Monday morn
ing last, about day-break, while at
tempting to move his stills. He sur
rendered without resistance, and now
quietly rests in Jail, having been bound
over. Constable Mays arrested one
J. A. Robiuette, last Saturday, under
suspicion of having stolen $70 from J.
Crouch, who resides fn Alexandria
county, North Carolina. He is also
supposed to bsan escaped convict from
the Slate penitentiary at Nashville.
He Is confined ill jail, awaiting identi
fication, or a requisition from the Gov
ernor of North Carolina.
EASTERN DIVISION FAIR.
Meeting of the Board of Directoas.
The Fair to be Hold October
6th, 7th and 8th.
IFrom the Daily Chronicle June ',1
The Board of Directors met at the
Board of Trade Booms yesterday
morning at the hour appointed, mid
Mr. 8. I). Williams, of Jelfcrsou, whs
called to the chair, and W. CI. Alexan
der was requested bi act as secretary.
Mr. J. K. Hanther, of Sullivan,
made a few remarks In favor of admit
ting every class of citizens to take an
interest in the Fair.
Mr. Beeves nominated 1. Dickinson
Mr. Day, of Urudley, wished to know
If ibey would lake outsiders for any
Mr. W.W.Wallace wanted it put in
shape of a motion to admit persons
not Grangers as members of the Asso
ciation to hold ofllces, etc.
Mr. W. C. Day moved that outsiders
be admitted to auy olllce In the Asso
ciation, from the highest to the low
est. Mr. Handier wanted to know if
outsiders bad a vote iu election of
Mr. Beeves, merely to test the feel
i.ig of the convention, moved that the
election of otllcers be coutltied to the
Hoard of Directors, and that the offi
cers be selected from the Board.
An amendment was offered, to the
effect that none be eligible to the ofll
ces except Grangers, which abb ac
cepted by Mr. Beeves, who stated,
however, that lie was opposed to the
motion, and only wanted it brought
before the convention. The motion
Mr. P. Dickinson was again nomi
nated by Mr. Beeves, and Col. Year
wood was nominated by Mr. Helms.
Mr. Dickinson was elected by a con
siderable majority, and, on motion, the
vote whs made unanimous.
Col. Year wood was nominated as
First Vice-President, aud unanimously
A committee of three, conslstingof
Messrs. Wallace, Handier aud Bos
nian, was appointed to wait upon
Messrs. Dickinson and Yearwood and
Inform lliein of their election to the
oil Ires above mentloued.
Mr. Beeves moved that the salary of
the Secrelnry of the Fair be placed at
$2)0 for h s services.
Mr. Helms moved to amend to make
it SiUO, and l bought that tbl ws too
low, if X i the right kind or
ii. Da, -ought that a matt could
!:.! mo . out of the olllce t !?((.
S i.i.r msIm-.I if the Grange would be
milking Hi-' ey.
Mr. Nel- o thought the iea of a
man mnk money at &MM fur the
duties of eiHtaiy was reiliculous.
He wameii . $7jil. He did not think
that any mni really comjieleiil for the
place could ti had for less tljau $7oO,
ami be moved that the salary -lie made
Col. Beeves didn't think lb at if whs
neccesBHry for a man t' remain iu
Kuoxville, aud he thought be cuild
furnish u man who would take the
place for 1?J.")() and nmke a sticress of it.
Mr. Helms thought a mail should
be paid kccoidiug to tho amount of
work he does. Some men would be
well paid at, $250, but to get the man
who did his duty aud would tuake it a
success they would have lo pay at least
M. Ij. King moved us a compromise
that the (Secretary be paid $500, and
thought that amount very low.
Mr. Beeves was opposed to paying
more than $2oO, and nominated Dr.M.
S. Mahouey as secretary, aud pledged
that lie would serve.
The vote was taken on the proposi
tion of making the sal.iry 760, and
only a few voted in favor of it.
The vote was then taken on the
question of $500 a year.and eight voted
iu favor of $500, and only three in fa
vor of $-50 for the secretary's salary.
About this time the General Con
vention met, and adjourned to the
Deaf and Dumb Asylum as per Invita
tion, aud the roll was again called and
eleven of the Directors answered to
Klection of officers being in order
1-r.M. ts. Mahoney aud C.W. Charlton
were nominated, but the -election was
postponed until the committee waiting
upon the otllcers should return.
Oil motion it was decided to elect
Ave additional Vice Presidents.
Mr. K. D. Williams, the chairman,
was nominated, but declined.
Mr. Day moved that Joseph Tucker,
Sr., of Bradley, be elected. Carried.
Mr. Beeves nominated W. A. Nel
son, of Washington.
Haggard, of Boaue, Geo. W. Mabry.
W. P. Darwin, of Bhea, were also
It was moved that the number of
Vice-President be restricted to one
from each county of East Teuueusee.
Wm. T." Shields of Grainger, aud W.
T. Biggs of Polk, were -added. Mr.
P. A. Mitchell of Marion, was added,
also Wm. F. Frielsof Anderson, John
Hardin of Meigs, John A. Turley of
McMlnn, Wm Jack of Cocke, W. C.
Earnest of Carter, J. A. Wagner of
Johnson, B. P. Rhea of Sullivau, Dan
Kelley of Morgau, Col. John Murphey
It was moved that W. W. Wallace
be elected Treasurer of the Association.
J lie Committee appointed to inform
tbe President and Vice-President of
their election returned and reported
that Mr. P. Dickinson on the acuouut
of his health declined the position of
President, and Col. Yearwood declined
the first Vice-Presidency, aud the
Committee did not report reasons. On
motion tbe Committee was discharged.
Mr. Beeves nominated Col. Charlton
Mr. S. D. Williams vacated the chair
In favor of Mr. Hancher, and made a
few remarks. He was for tbe agricul
tural interests of East Tennessee aud
was a friend of Col. Charlton, but
thought him pre-eminently fit for the
Secretaryship. He nominated Judge
O. P. Temple for Hie Presidency, and
("apt. James Boyd for tbe First Vice
Presidency. Mr. Beeves wanted Dr. M. S. Ma
honey elected Secretary. He wanted
the Secretary away from Knoxvllle.
Mes.-rs. t'liailtou slut Temple had been
connected with it lottery in tl eir fair,
which whs not very popular.
Mr. Helms wanted Mr. Mahoney
President of the iiiMiUHi ui, and C. W.
Charlton for S-crelary.
It whs decidt d to go into an eleet ion
of otllcers, ami Dr. M. S. Mahoney, of
Washington, was unaniumu-ly elected
President, and C. W. Charlton was
put in nomination for S'cretarv. us whs
j also John M. Meek.
Mr. Beeves thought they should be
j careful how they eiee. nii-n and pay
ithem higher salaries tlia.i what others
i i -i. t-
im'i iiuieeu 111 worn. lo,
Mr. Helms thought that there was
no necessity of being so caution-. A
i good man was worth t he salarv tut h-
lioned und bo one would object.
Mr. Beevts moved to make the elec
tion of Mr. Charlton, us seereta-y,
Captain .lames Boyd was ileeted
First Vice President.
On motion of Mr. KcevesCuptain A.
J. Bieks was elected Honorary Vice
President of the Association.
On motion a committee of three
Messrs, Beeves, Wallace and Day
were appointed to retire and select an
Executive Committee of five. The
committee retired and returned after a
few minutes, and reported the follow
ing EX El 1 1 1 VE COM M 1TTEK ;
J. K. Handier, of Sullivan, chairman;
11. Ij. Cate, of McMinn; W. C. Bode
man, of Cocke; W. G. Alexauder, of
Sevier; J. K. P. Wallace, of Ander
son. On motion the Executive Committee
Mr, J. Monroe Meek offered the fol
lowing resolution :
ficKoirccl, That the Executive Com
mittee just elected, to-wit : H. li Cate,
J.K. Hancher. W. C. Bodeioao. W.
G. Alexander, J. K. P. Wallace, oe, !
and they are hereby authorized to sigu
a contract with A. J. Kicks, Trustee,
binding said tru-tee to make a deed to
th property purchased so soon as the
otllcers of the Association perfect the
final organization by securing a char
ter. Ou motion the resolution was adopt
ed. Mr. Beeves offered the following
Jitsolveil, That the Executive Com
mittee be authorized to represent this
Board by exercising all the rights,
powers, and privileges authorized by
law and necessary to inaugurate a Fair
at Knoxvllle for t he fall of 1875, aud
submit the same to a called meeting of
the Association for ratification or re
jection. The resolution was unanimously
The Kxectitive Committee reported
that they had attended to the duty as
signed, and sign the contract between
me Association ami i.apt. xvicks, iius
tee. On motion, it was ordered that a
copy of the charter of the old Associa
tion be procured.
Mr. W. C. Day t-ifeled his resigna
tion as a Director, ami suggested that
C.ipt. A. E. Blunt be elected iu Ms
The resignation was accepted, and it
was decided that the Stockholders
would have to elect his successor.
On motion, the old charier was read
before the Board of Directors.
Mr. Beeves moved that the Board
accept the charter ami the assignment
of the sntne, with a few amend men ts
On motion, tho Board of Directors
adjourned, subject to the. call of the
Chairman, and the business was placed
iu the bands of the Executive Com
mittee. MEE'l'IMi OK THE fcXECL'TIVE COM
MITTEE. The Committee met at the office of
Messrs, Barnes & Simmonds aud the
following business was transacted :
The time of holding tbe Fair decided
upon to open for the reception of ar
ticles on Monday, Oct. 4th, and the
Fair to commence on Tuesday, to con
tinue fcHii days, October 5th, Olh, 7th
Tbe price of admission was deter
mined upon as follows : Whole tickets
50 cents, and half tickets li5 cents, the
half tickets to admit all between the
ages of o and 15 years. Horses aud
carriges admitted free.
A number ef suiKTiutendents of the
di Here t its departments were appointed,
but as the list is not complete it will
be published hereafter.
The following resolution whs adopt
Jirtolitd, That the speed ring be
abandoned, believing, as we do, that
it does not elevate the morals of the
people. Iu lieu of which we oiler the
freedom of the Grounds to all saddle
horses and vehicles of every descrip
tion. Mr. C. VV. Charlton was appointed
to take charge of tbe Grounds.
A resolution of thanks was tendered
the city papers for the courtesy shown
in publishing the proceedings of the
Tiie Executive Committee then ad
journed, suiject to tbe call of the chair
man. Jf. t JObllSOH
Attends to Lands in Monroe aud ad
joining counties. Titles carefully in
vestigated. Mineral values determined.
Surveys and maps prepared.
" Hiwassee Land Office," Madison
ville, Monroe county, Tennessee.
The following marriage licenses are
recorded in the office of the County
Court Clerk for tbe week ending Satur
day, June S, 1875:
Bobtrt J. Parsons to Hauuah Max
well. Jackson Howard to Minerva Bealur.
A. C. Hood to Susan E. T. Wrinkle.
Benjamin F. Clark to Nancy J.
K. Grainger to Fannie P. Moses.
Allman Jones to Martha Harbison.
John B. Bradley to Cynthia D.
Bishop Haven will dedicate the new
church in the northeastern portion of
this couuty, knowu as Clapp's Chapel,
on Sunday next, June 13th. All are
Invited to attend. The Bishop will
arrive in Kuoxville on Friday.
A FUDDEN DEATH.
Nirnng- I'rorrett Iiib Which .! Iii-
We are Informed that on Friday
tnornitii', Barbara Lacy, a colored wo
man, who ow ns two house-on Pattotl
stree'. close to (he cd ire 1 Baptist
Church, and who, it ruiiioied, had
considerable proper. y in money a n!
other valuables, was found dead in one
of her homes. HI e was but t ied in the
greatest of hurry by s . : u of Ik r
fri nils i'?) without any c'roi-.ei's In
quest bung held, .n il H i tat-1 that
tier body was t'-rih'y sil'en, and
could scarcely be g-atin i n to t lie i -of-lil).
1 1-r clilldi en ar all ,u Virgiu'a.
and of course 1,1. -n? V. no! b leg f u v
death. It is mid tout -In- ft . j ! 1 1 1 .'.V
expressed 1. f.-;r t:.n. she woul.i bt
poisoned some iin; . Our informant
says that since In i d afi there his
been a coti'.itiual vi-oino of the houe
by colored people, v, !.u :.cer b-f:
empty handed, always c.it i ing some
thing itnny. It s' iiis Ion's that the
Shetifi' or some othir officer should
look into (his matter, and nt least save
the property for the childien, if noth
ing is done towards investigating the
sudden death of the woman. Our in
formant is a very reliable gentleman,
aud we have no doubt but what bis
report of the affair is correct.
4 litai lor ('ash.
A fine assortment of Lamks' Lack
Gaitoks at prices to suit the times.
A variety of Lakiks' Goat Lack,
Siiik Lack and BriT'oN Siioks. We
are selling at a ijrr.at reduction from
Misses' and Ciiildkkn'h shoes at
very low prices.
SPECIAL. PKICKtt made to dealers.
Call ct once anil secure bargains.
CAMl'HEbb & Dow.
vJOwtf 44 Gay Street.
Mr. John Keiser, fioili the neigh
borhood of Clovd's Creek Church,
lower portion of this county,' was in
town Thursday aud informed us that
a son, 14 jvmVs of iige, of Mr. Wm.
Cruse, was killed by ligtnlng during a
thunder storm Tuesday last. Mr.
Cruse and son were building fence;
tbe son picked up a rail and set it up
against a tree, and the iightnitigstruck
the tree, killing the hoy instantly.
On the morning of the ult., an
infant of Mr. and Mrs. MeClure, who
lives about two miles above Bock ford,
was found tb ad in the bd. The baby
was In good health when lis parents
retired to bed on. tho evening before;
during the night it awakened ne
lime and then, as the mother sup
posed, went to sleeo. It is not knowu
what caused its death, but a veno
mous spider was found in the bed next
morning, and one cheek of the dead
babe whs swollen. As this was the
only child of the couple their grief was
most lirofotltiil -- Mnruvillv Jiriiulifioan.
Lute SatihaUi evening a little son of
Mr. Sarten, eight or nine years old,
was riding a horse belonging to Un
livery stablu of E. C. Sylvester, to the
river for the purpose of biting him
drink, when the boise hi came light
ened, and ran away, throwing the boy
and seriously Injur'nt; him. As the
child fell, the horse commenced kick
ing, indicting several severe wounds
upon his leg. 1L is seriously injured,
but not. necessarily fa!al. Loudon
Bev. George A. Caldwell, pastor of
the 1'irst Presbyterian church, of this
place, ui"t with quite a painful acci
dent last Saturday. While returning
from an appointment in the country
the horse he was riding attempted to
make a turn on a smooth, fiat rock,
when his feet suddenly slipped from
under him, throwing him on his left
side. Mr. Caldwell's left leg was
caught under the horse and his knee
badly bruised. i!y assistance lie was
able to mount his horseandride home,
some five miles, though suflVring
greatly. His physician, Dr. Vance,
thinks that the small bone of the leg
was broken loose from the great bone
at the knee. We trust be may speedily
recover. JSrUtol Courier.
'I li Urunicerai Hint V.. I. fair.
The Grangers at their lecent in -el
ing in Kuoxville, agreed totako hold
of the E. D. Fair, and one of tho big
gtst things in the way of a Fair, may
now tie expecte I next f ill, forthe "Pat
rons" do nothing by halves. Let every
body now keep themselves in health
and trim for the event by u judicious
use of Dr. Hart's great remedies, Pills
and Belief, not forgetting to have u
bottle of Lytle's Klixlr on hand for
I llrnlll urn Vrlprnn,
George Nlmon died at his residence
in Blount county, near Logan's
(.'Impel, on the 3d inst. He was at the
time of his death in the Stith year of
his age. He wus born iu a fort built
for protection against Indians, where
McTeer's mill now stands, about three
miles from the place of bis dtath. His
father was killed accidentally When
the deceased was only two years old,
und while the family still resided in
the fort. After it was safo lo live out
side, his mother left the fort and set
tled on the farm, where Mr. Nimon
has lived ever since up to the time of
his death. He was a consistent mem
ber of the Methodist Episcopal Church
for more than forty years, aud by the
purity of his life illustrated the efficacy
of the religion he professed. He was
beloved and respected by all for Ills
admirable traits of character, aud in
his death Blount county has lost one
of her best citizens.
4 oimolbtitted Kallronil Office.
The agencies of the East Tennessee,
Virginia aud Georgia, aud Memphis
aud Charleston railroads have beeu
consolidated at this point, with B. F.
Bagsdale as freight, aud Jno. L. Trus
low hs ticket ageuts.
The freight business of the two Hues
will be transacted at the present depot
of tiie East Teuuessee, Virginia and
Georgia Boad, for the present. A new
aud commodious joiut freight depot
will be built at ouce, some of the lum
ber for which will be on the ground
this week. Mr. Bagsdale has been
constantly in railroad service for six
teen years, and Mr. Truslow has served
as ticket agent iu this city for eight
years. It is not necessary to say that
these gentlemen are both competent
and courteous. The consolidated line
is fortunate iu securing their services.
A TMlftlllt.l: I A1.I.,
A l.mly Folia 1'iriy tcl Into n Knit j
Milium! nny hcrtiMi Injur.
Clinton, Tknn., June (I, 1875. j
T ti the I'.ilit'iri of tie Chronicle :
It was ours to w itness quite an ex
citing scene at this plac to-day. Mrs.
Alhers in, wife of JamesAIln rson,and
?o:iip others, w, re crossing the river
on planks about 8 Inches wide luld up
on the cross ti, s of the K. it O. Bail
tn;id hildge On Hearing the tier mar
'.lie north bank, by tho unfortunate
il tnk, Mrs. Alb -r.s;ui pas-i d through
the tics and struck the water near the
foot of s il l pier, after falling, certain
ly .10 feet, l-'orluiiatt ly the water was
lo-i snllleieiit I y deep to drown, hut
w.-.s i f sufficient depth lo save her
from niaUing her lighting place a solid
Inn. lone. K-quire John-Allen hap-pent-il
to he lie ir the bridge, and was
tin- lit.-l t-i aid, ami str ingu as It may
sewn, f. itind tier standing up against
l he toot of said tier. She bad walked
four or fl i e ste s to reach it. She was
so-.. n taken to the house of a sister who
was ou the same plank, but who for
tunately escaped ami saved a little
boy, and iu less than a short time
ounir D ctor Smith announced that
"no limbs are broken," "I do not
think her case dangerous." etc. Tbe
most touching part to us was the earn
est appeals from her hu-band, who
was soon on the spot for Divine aid,
aud who, "although a good fellow,"
is not in the habit ol "bothering
much in this way."
It seems that the days of strange
things have not passed. x.
Vor Malr on t'.tiNy Terms
A brick store iu city, rents Well ; a
rami mioetly timber) in loth District ;
and a limber tract near Beaver Creek.
Enquire at E'llet's Exchange.
ICoitl r.sinin 'I muster.
The following transfers of real estate
are recorded iu tbe office of the Coun
ty Court Clerk, for the week ending
Monday, June 7, 1875:
James C. Lutlrell and o:hers to
Wm. Morrow ; lot for $5,000.
James C. Lutlrell el als. to Wm.
Morrow ; lot for fL'.OiKi.
Mabala Hufftker to B. B. Huffiker;
land for $150.
Clinton A. Mitchell to Jos. B.Mitch
ell ; lot for 144
P. D. Bell to J. C. S. Bell ; land for
L. O. Shepard lo James Comfort ;
Wm. B. Ogg to James A. Ogg; land
C. W. Coker to Wm. Howell; lot.
C. W. Coker to Lydua Cr"Zier; lot
Patton Klkin lo Calvin Elkin ;
John Fulton to W. K. Leeper el al.,
school Hin-otors; Imul
V. II. Kogels (O W. V. Cutiti , 1...
David Pratt to Alexander Leek ;
land for $100.
Jos. C. Bishop to I-aac Doyle; lot
Jus. C. Bishop to Archibald Doyle;
lot for 7.t.
J. G. Loiies to C. A. Loncs; land for
Isaac Lewis and wife to Tlios. Coop
er; lot for $150.
S. K. Harris to Win. Hill; lot for
J. M. Calloway et tlx, to Sarah E.
Hood ; land lor $ I, (Mill.
J-ames W. Allison to W. Win-tead ;
The (irent AmerlOHll oiiMliniplluii
Dr. Win. Hall's linlsam for the Lungs,
cures tiie worst cases of Coughs, Colds and
ad tlio diseases ot tin) Lungs, Throat and
Chest. For hooping Cough and Croup,
it is a cerlain specillc. Tho most obstinate
cases surely yield tu Hull's balsam, when
used peruveringly. Stands Ht the head of
all cough preparations. Sold everywhere.
John F. Henry, Curran k Co., Propri'!
lors, 8aiid".l Collego Place, New York.
Kitst Triiueftsee I'ui versify.
At a culled meeting of the Board of
Trustees of this institution held Fri
day eveuinir, President Humes in
fhe chair, Ihere were present Bev. Jas.
Park, Dr. Ludlow, Dr. J. M. Boyd, B.
M. McClung, Dr. S H. Smith, Hon.
O. P. Temple, Col. Jno. Baxter, FJ. J.
Sau ford, Dr. S. H. Smith, Judge An
drews, Wm. Bule, F. A. B. Scott, W.
B. Eckle and Dr. C. Deaderick.
A proposition having been made to
abolish the Junior Class in tbe Pre
paiatory Department it was ou mo
tion indefinitely postponed.
Besolutions expressive of the seuse
of the Board on the death of W. S.
Kennedy were adopted, and a copy of
the same directed to be furnished the
city papers for publication.
Wiikkeas, Iu tbe Providence of God
Mr. William S. Kennedy, a member
of this Board, has been removed from
our midst be death,
Jieuolced, That in tbe death of Mr.
Kennedy this community has lost a
most worthy .Christian gentleman, this
Board of Trustees an earnest an I
efficient member, the University a
warm aud intelligent supporter, who,
during many years of service ou its
Board of Trustees, labored zealously
fur tiie promotion of Its best interest,
Resolved, That we most heartily
sympathize with the relations and
friends of the deceased in their great
Jiaioh'td, That these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of this Board,
and that a copy of them be furnished
to the city papers for publication.
S. H. Smith,
E. J. Hanfokd,
W. K. Eckle,
The regular annual meeting of the
Board will be held on Tuesday, tbe
Millers! Millers It
Use " Bowles' Improved Current
Water Wheel," in rebuilding your
mills ou the rivers. High water will
not eifect it, unless It be lo increase its
power. Y'ou can build your mill far
above the reach of these terrible fresh
ets. Without dam or race It can give
any iower you need. It is tbe cheap
est, aud by far the safest poner tor
propelling machinery ever invented.
Before rebuildilig, call and examine
this wheel, or address, for further in
formation, David Bowles,
Care of John M. Harris, iliaiwtf
Siitnal Service I'nited States Army,
tii Uinn of Teles-rums and Reports for the Ben
efit of Commerce anil Asricutttire.
Ksnxvtl.l.K, , y31. 1875
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lfiahert barometer, 3n.ti.il: lovront hnrnmeter,
2.i43f mon-hty lanse of barometer. 0 tut : hitrh
eft temiierature. I'l lowest te u-orature. 3.:
monthly ranae of b-iniieriiMtre. t-3';; arsateft daily
range of tstiiiersture, M'i mean if uiuximum
temperature. M.i; meau of miliimuui tempera
lure. So a": niesn daily range ol teniperitt-irea.
.tiir': total rainfall or Dieiicil inuw, 1 ilinrhe ;
I'revailirjir wind, 8 W.i total nunc er of niilea
truTeleil. ti Ml" ; inalimuiu velority uf wind. 60
in Ira ier hour: number of elou-iy dyn. other
thin ttiore on whicli ruin fe.l.l; number of daya
on which ron or mow fo l, 8.
J-io. h. Pays.
Sergeant, Signal Servico, t . B- A.
Ilrnlh of E. It. Penrlinhrr,
K. B. l'enebaker (lied at his home
a'- Lebanon yesterday. Mr. l'eneba
ker was v oinptroller of fstale during
the years 1.S71--, and filled that position
with great credit to himself and folate,
giviuu general satisfaction to all. He
was a man of pure character, uptight
in bis dealings, and possessed of an
unswerving liitenrily. He had hosts
of friends in tiie Htate, aud especially
iu Davidson aud Wilson counties,
where he came in contact with the
masses aud was better known. AV(i
MohrIoTown, June 7th, 175.
To the. Editor! of the Vhronic'e ;
Thissection has been visiled by fiue
rains during the past week.
Crops are more promising than was
thought they would be, aud the danger
of " starvation " is not so imminent as
the " croakers " tried to m ike us be
lieve a few weeks ago.
The exatnioaiioii exercises of Mor-
risio-rv-M Ma.-H.,n. - ...'.ouj
will begin to-day aud close on Thurs
day. A young man named John Lynch,
son of UeoiKe Lynch, of this county,
was very seriously injured al St. Clair,
ou Saturday, by his horse, which he
was running down a steep bill, falling
with him and throwing him against a
The uvaiint courier of the "Ureal (?)
Southern l'avilliau Show" has reached
Morristown, and the little boys and
negroes have commenced "standing
on their heads," and such like in an
ticipation of its advent. It is billed to
exhibit at this point on Saiuldav,
Business is dull, aud our merchants
are only kept from going to sleep by
the almost countless number of com
mercial "drummers" that visit our
The railroad folks have cleaned up
colisideiably around our depot, and if
we bad any corporate authorities lo
help them keep it clean it would add
much lo that locality.
Miners on ilin Wnr Falli.
The neighborhood of King's Creek,
or rather two or thice miles, this side,
where a number of miners are eni;
ed in 1 1 l; 1 1 1 v iron ore, was consideia
lily exercised one evening last week,
occasioned by a raid made upon them
by a party of men from Bockwood and
vicinity, who endcavered to drive
them away. The raiders were ill strong
force, and werearmed with guns und
pistols, which they lired promiscuous
ly into the encampment, union;; the
women and cliildieu, one of the latter
being slightly wounded by one of the
shots. As thouith auliclpatiug an at
tack, the besieged seemed to lie ijilite
prepared, and iieitlng their kuiis into
position, opened a fusllade on the
raiders which soon compelled thrui In
raise the biene and bent a hasty tetreat.
They subsequently rallied and renew
ed ihe attack, but after llritnr a few
volleys, Ibey weru anain driven olf.
One or two of theiii were uftenvaids
arrested and bound er to court. In
addition to the sliht wound to the
little girl, mentioned above, one man
ou the side ol the besieged, was shot
in the knee. The casualties on the
other side have not been asceriuiuec'.
It is presumed they carried olf their
dead aud w minded in their retreat.
The cause of the raid is said to have
been owiu to tbe miners "cutting
under " in prices for .uitiing. King
tton Eaut Tvnneiuteran.
Ijprpla or Iadlclla.
Ueadsclie, Faia in the Shoulder, Iiiz.
lineaa, i-Hiiir Eructations of ilia Stomach,
Bad Tsste In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks,
Palpitation of tbe Heart, Pain in the re
gion of the Kidneys, Tightneas of tho Chest
DespondeucT nd Olooui, and Forebedings
of Evil, are all tb ofl'springi of Dvupepna.
For theae complaints llr. Tutt'i Liver I'ilU
lias no equal. A ainglo doss will toni ince
Ths Army Worm.
This pest la said to have appeared iu
myriad numbers lu the lower valley
of the Kastanallee. On the farm of H.
II. Matlock they have destroyed 17
acres of wheat and a Held or two of
timothy. They march by brigades and
divislous, iu a direct liue, and notbiug
will cause tbeiu to deviate. On one
farm, where the dwelling house hap
pened to be in their piUb, they Invaded
it and all tbe efforts of the family to
keep them out proved unavailing. We
have not heard of (he appearance of
the pest In other portions of ihe coun
ty. Athen tout.