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JlnoxbilU; frfehtn tfcljjig ,anb (0mrit : &ttmcstan, nnc la, 1875.
"VlioIenle nud MiinufiKM tii'tiif Iriiirtrlstat.
j.ingtou Aae jcnnc"cun : ine
vacoDcy in tli Ih cliHrxe otvuKiniied l.y
the rfRiKiiKilmi nf Kev. Mr. Urumirr,
lias been tilled by She u 'p n n t tnt-n t of
ev. 1. W. Jirnwn, of I levrlmiu,
Cleveland Ifcrnhl: The county
e8or IbiiikH lie will imiMt-r up klmiit
1,200 dogs In bis riitiinli. tie puys Ihe
uld women soinelimeii lilde Hit' ir iurt 8
under the Indw, but he ItjuiiHg-n lo h
tireeiievlllu American : Mike Day,
while driving nn ix leiiin through un
open Held, Home mi'en below luivn,
during one of the heovy alnrin of lust
week, WKMHiruck by liuhtinn' hihI in
aUHiilly killed. In the name loeality,
we alno learn, Mr, Kirk lost two horse
Chattanooga Tiints Dr. F. Painter,
(if this city, yesterday tdiijiijed a cot-ton-mouili
tnoecatdii wuake lo the Roy
al Zoological Society, of liondon, En
frlaiid. The noble red man who at
tempted to kill I wo 8oldierit and hiin--tlf,
at Nashville, when the band of
Indians iiuhmm! through ou their way
to St. Augumine, has recovered from
hid wound aud pacsed through tills
city jenterdny in charge of Sergeant
Foley to Joiu his brethren at St.
Stknt Odntncr; Mss Fannie Gil
'.t'Di, a daughter of General Gillem, of
'ahvllle,who bao been attending the
Hartford I institution for four yeani
pant, ferioucly coiiteuiilatet eomlng to
wchool bere next Fall. Mips Kute
HaHlani, John I'arnono, and Johu C
Weigle were each awarded a prize by
their teacher, Mr, Moses, for excelling
in recitation. Miss Kate received a
handsome nilver cup, with her name
beautifully engraved upon it, and each
of the hoys was given a line knife.
Naturally enough they are quite proud
of their luureU.
feiturday evening, a yt.uui; Mr.
Lynch wai thrown from hi hor.e at
rSt. Clair and badly bruised. It was
feared he hud received some internal
injury. We regret to hear that Mrs.
Jos. H. Earnest, of Kheatown, while
on a visit at the resUk nce of her rela
tive, Mr. Ben. Kurmst, of Greene
county, last Saturday, hud the misfor
tuue of receiving a very painful injury.
In bastily descending'the front Vteps
of the residence she made a mis-step
aud was thrown to u.e ground with
such violeuce as to break the bones
below the elbow of one of her arms.
Iiron Howell, of the colored Bap
tist Church, informed us yesterday
that the colored woman Barbara Lacy,
wag Interred by him and several other
friends in accordance with the advice
of the physician who had attended
her, and that she had been sick for a
week or more before she died. As to
the articles carried Bway, he says they
were all second-hand clothing which
bad been left with her to sell, and as
they were not sold, the owners called
and claimed their property, aud that
tbey were banded out by a man who
bad been living with the deceased and
bad been attending to ber business for
The Growth of London.
The Leisure Hour, speaking of the
growth ot London, says: "The metro
polis of the British Empire, the largest
city the world ever saw, covers, with
in fifteen miles- radius of Charing
Cross, nearly 700 square miles, arid
number within lliese boundaries
4,000,1100 Inhabitants. It contains
more Jews thau the whole of Pules
tine. more Koman Catholics than
Home itself, more Irish than Dabliu
more Scotchmen than Edinburgh. The
port of London has every day on its
wattrs 1.1MM ships and ' 9,000 sailors.
Upward of 120 persons are added to
the population daily, or 40,000 yearly,
a birth taking place every five min
utes, aud a deatti every eight minutes.
Un an average twenty eight miles of
streets are opened, aud y,000 new
houses built every year. In its costal
districts there is a yearly delivery of
-aa.uuu.uw letters, on ttie police regis
ter there are the names of 120,000 ha
bitual ci i mi Dais, increasing by many
thousands every year. More thau one
third of all crime of the country is
commuted in London, or at least
brought to light there. There are a
many beers hops and gin-palaces as
would, If tbeir fronts were placed side
by side, reacb from Charing Cross to
Portsmouth, a distance of seventy
three miles, aud 38,000 drunkards are
annually brought before Its magis
trates. The shops open on Sundays
would form streets sixty miles long.
It Ik estimated that there are above a
million of the people who are practi
cally heathen, wholly neglecting the
ordinances religiou. At least 000 ad
ditional ehurches aud chapels would
be required for the wants of the peo
ple." About Hating.
Hate not. It Is not worth while. Your
life is not lonr enough to make, it pay to
cherish ill-will or hard thoughts toward
any one. What if that man has cheated
you, or that woman played you false ?
What If this friend bus forsaken vou in
your time of need, or that one having
won your utmost conlidcncc, your warm-
est love, has concluded that ho prefers to
consider and treat you ns'a stranger
Let it all pass. What dill'crence will it
make to you In a few years, when you go
henco to the " undiscovered country ir"
All who ill-treat you now will bo more
sorry or it then, than you, even iu your
deepest disappointment and grief, can be.
A few more smiles, a few more tears,
some pleasure, much pain, a little longer
hhiirrying and worrying tlirougti the
world, some hasty greetings aud abrupt
farewells, and our play will be " played
out," aud the lnjiirer and the Injured will
ho led away, and ere loiur forgotten. Is
It worthy to hate each other f
OU far Korape.
Tbe Union and American says tbe
following Tennesseeaus will sail for
Europe In tbe steamer " City of Ber
lln," onthe 19th inst: Miss Martha
Overton, Miss Lazinka Elllston,
Misses Margie jmd Lawson McGhee,
daughters of Col. Chas.- M. McGhee.
of Knoxville. They will be accompa
nied by Dr. W. E. Ward, of Ward's
To read, to think, to love, to hope and
to pray ; these are the tilings tliat make
men happy. They haw iwwer to do
these tilings ; they never will have power
to do more. The world's prosperity or
adversity depends upon our knowing and
teaciiliur these lew thing, Dut upon Irou
or glass, steam or electricity, in no wise.
THE FRAN KL AND
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Cash Capital, - - $IOO.OOO.
R. H.BE4RDEN, frest D. T. BOYNTOR, Vice Pre't. JN0. M. BROOKS, ec. tTreae.
W. J. HKTTKhToX,
H. '1'. BOYNTn.N.
W. A. lltNDEKSnN.
In'OreS naainaf T.OM or IVtM'.:,!. h Vire fn
Personal Property generally, on as .'avnrable lerum
Patronize Home Institutions.
Office in the rer of the Commercial Bank, Knoiville. Tens.
R C. JACKSON,
AUTHORIZED CAI'lTAL, 8400,000.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED ST VTES.
1Kb trccusuts TO
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KNOXVILLF
J.R. AKDTKSON", Eristcl. ROB'T DVK,
K. M. HAKT"N', Morriftown. w. BKAZtUlOM. ew Market,
W.M. HARRIS. Dandnda iKO. A, KA1N. lan.lride.
J. E. KAHT. Clevoland, SAM. MrKINXEY. KhotvUI
ilrs.Jl LJ A J AUKsojt.MioivKie. w . w, winiuni
Kfi-cive Ilennritp. Bure and Seill HXchnnre.
current llerik Nittee, l;niTt)i tatea, Statu, County and Cori t-r.it ' n Uonds anu CoTipona ard wilt d
a tsentr) Collecttri and bankinir B.ifiin'tr t-nughnut tne linited hlHleB. March 4, lS75Hawtim
R. M. MrCLlS'. Prea. K. P.. BEARDEN.V. P
ni oi llr' lor.
I B. HE' K A R. .1 A M KS K . 0 X- u.
. I POvNOJi. OK" Rf s.
ft. R. iiLALli:;.
Kerrtfr :onxlt. Bnjaanrt kii
EXCHANGE. GOLD. SILVER.
Cjoiiarnlter't Warranta A Uncurrenv Una IS'A't
hank r rr.wmr.Ji:K monkt
For Taieii on h .nd. T'.'(kl:2nl
NICHOLS, SHEPARD &. CO.'S
The Ini I.I.I .4 XT Kl't'l'F.N of this rrln.
Snvlntc. llill--Svl)ir TIIKI.MII'.K, ii
unprecedented in theannaliof Farm Machinery.
In a brief I fri I it h become wlUrly known
i1 I l.l.. t " I 111,1111 EI r the
1,1 IIIIM. , lllll.SIIIXU MUHI.XE."
CK4IN KAlM.ltH BFl'l'aB to fuhiuit lo
the wjntelut and imtierlect w .rk of : ier lhresh
era. when itemed on the ri.r .nKru.fi'j' 1 thil
one. for savu g grain, uviu? vine anl doitK hut.
tbi'muirh and ei'onomicil w.r':.
IHKKSHKKS KIN II 1 T hit-hly ailvantiigeoaa lo
run a machine that baa no "lieatera." ' lU'krp.
or " Arron," that handle! Diuii Otaiu. hug
Slraw. lleadinas, Fiax. Timothy. Milloit a all
such ilifficult grain and seeds, with KXIIKi.
LAiK AXIS KFt'Klvrl KSKalt, Cleans to
perpection; saves the farmer bis thre-h bill by
eitra saving of grain: makes no " Littering.";
requires l.KSSTH AN ON K-H AI.K the usual Belts,
Boxes. Journals, and Guars; eifiir managed:
less repairs; one that grain raisers prefer to em
ploy uod tbU for, t ailvaiweil pri
ce", while other machine ate "out of jobs."
lunralira iibmI wtsla 6. s, lO nml 14
hone .TloosileU " Peaera, r
risalty of erilorii "nloaaa-." t-xr-ly
rr kTCAV rilWtlt, naitl lo luuirh
other llor Poatra.
If interealed in grain raising, or th'ffhirjc,
write for lllui-trated Ciroulaig ( t rn ) with full
particulars ol' sites, styles, prices, terms, etc.
MCIIIII.M, UI.H.4RI .
lliMl L'rttk, Michigan.
A mild operlcul nod gentle pursu
it ve, recommended for the cure of all derange
ments of the stomach, liver ad bowels. By their
timely use much sickness is prevented. The test
ot many years have proven them to be the safest,
surest and best of all the pills ever oQcred ti) the
public. They purify the b'ood, remove all cor
ruptions and rsstoro the diseased system to per
fect health. AS AS ANTIDOTE TO CHILLS
AND FEVER, they have nu 'iual. FOR DYS
PEPSIA, they are a specific. Fi r SICK J1KAD
ACUEand BILIOUS COLIC, they are a sure
cure. Fur CONSTIPATION. KIIEL'vlATlr'M.
PILES, PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
PAIN IN THE SIDE. BACK AND LOINS.
NERVOUSNESS, a positive remedy. FOR FE
MALE IRREGULARITIES, without a rival.
When one tfties not "feel Terr well," a single
dose stimulates the stomach and bowels, restore
tbe appetite and imparts vigor to thesystem. Hold
everywhere. Offiee, 18 Murray Street, New York
DRTUTT'S HAIR DYE
Is easily applied, imrarts a beautiful black or
browD, and acts like magio. Tie best in the
world. Sold by all druggists. Price. II pe
1 THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."
Haw many diseases have their seat in the Blood
diseases wbieh hare been trvatea vainly foryears
la eight oases out of tea. if the blood alone was
properly purified, how soon would Health and
1! ippinaee return I Da TUTT'HSARriAl'ARlL
LA AND QUKKN'H DELIUUT is a never failing
cur for all Blood, Sorolulous or SypbUUio dis-
limine the tnfluenaa of this eomoouud th ev
grows dear aud sparkling, th eompleiion like
pearl ; unsightly blotches, pock Barks, worms In
the flesh, pimple, and rough ot tb skis dis
appear, aud tb eutir human organisation grows
redolent with health.
PBlt'E ONE HOLLAR A BOTTLE.
sold r all niueuiiT.
19 Murray ISt., N. Y.
U.EtOI,KSS- VF.IM STAVE.
W. KASI.KY i. I,. MUT1I.
W. II. 'I I Hf.KY, K. M. McM.rN'
M. 1. SWAN. JNo M. UKO0KS.
Puililincre Mt . Iinnd;. If . t:
a other good urn! mi , tit Coinpitnim.
J W. L1LI.AI
CASHCaPITAL PAID IN. 160.000
N. B01A RT. Philadelrhti
K. S. PAY.N K, Knoaville,
S. It. HOY I).
1 W LII.I.P.
Mn. jane jaques. "
Fo' - e' - irn upd dtjtufl!.T?f. Denlqrn Onlil. Ftlvfir. TTn-
t. M. MrOHEE, JOS. R.MITCH ELL.
aurKL McKlNNKY, Ass't Cashier.
People's' Bank of Knoxville
?r;ri . Ccoec Back Baildlni, Oay S'ree;
Will traosac! a Orteral Buukicc and Broker
ak ittiimtrsf. r( rei-;e Ieiusita, ipsuo certifioatei
of 1k-'ipm dfn'i in Lxcharjye, huy (iold and
ilve. Ran Bondt and Stocks.
We iTefer that Collectors ol rle vonue fbonld
come in i crf'ti or Head fundi by an aaont in.
steid of ot mail or 4iprefs.
v lwiJm ICS. R. MITCHELL. Caahier.
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Commissioner of Deedb
Many Desirable Properties
iso takes CBaioi or
All lUi-int oa FerluinlDK to Kealslitie
MaDs and Abstracts of Title
CSPICliL ATTENT1US OIVIM TO
.lining and Timber Lands
ORGANIZATION OF COMPANIES AND
PLACING OF COLONIES.
I11E EAST TENNESSEE LAND REUISTKH
sent tn receipts "temp.
Opririt First door south of E. T. National
Dank, lift (lay Street, Kuoxville, Tennessee.
O B. SMITJI & CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
108 CAT STREET,
others from the country
are respectfully requested to give us a call
for e will not be undersold.
IVY ONLY THE GENUINE
FAIR BAM ICS
A I. SO,
The Most Perfect Alarm Cash Drawer
MILES' ALARM TILL CO.'S. Also.
Herring's Safes, Coffee and Drug Mills, Letter
FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES,
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO ,
rilSClFAI. SCALE YHABgHOl'BES.
falrbnaifc ale Co.. Sll BreanwHT. N. Y.
Paibhanks h Co.. 1'') Baltimore St, lialtimor.
Faibkansh k Co., M t amp street New Orleans.
Faibbanks A Co .Ot Main St.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Fai kBAM a A Co., 3. Broadway, Albany, N. Y
Faibbakk 1 Co , 4i n St. Paul's St.. Montreal.
Faibbankb A Co..:i4 KingWilliam St .London.E'g
Faibbanss, Bbown A Co.. 2 kilk St. Boston.
Faibbakkb A Kwixa. Masonic Hall. Philadelphia
Kaikb.kks, Moaea A Co., Ill Lke Su. Chicago
Faibbankb, Mobbb A Co., W Walnut St.. Cin.O
Faibbamkb. Mobhb A Co. Ih Superior St, Clev'd
Faibbab aa. Mobbb A I o.,48 Wood StPituburgb
Faibbankb, Mobbb A Co.. Mh a Main, Louisville
Faibbabkb A Co. .Ml a 4 Wash'ton Av, SlLouis
FaUsabkb A Hl'TCHiHBim, haa rranelsoo, tal.
For sal by leading llarUi
GUST. It. RXAIiE,
AGENT FOR KNABB'S CELEBRATED
Kvryinstrmnt fully warraniad r year
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING
E. J. 4M'OItl A. CO.
Largest and Best Selected Stock of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South
With our Increase f .illtiea for businoo, our large stock, and xpericnce in th Dtug trade, w are pledgir tha' PRICI S SII ALL
LOWER than ever helore givrti in this market.
WK ASK AN EXAMINATION OK OCR STOCK BY ALL BUYERS OF
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement, &c
And especially solicit a continuance of patronage from all those who have so liberally heretofore patronised either of th old Srms.
. , SANFORD. CHAMBERLAIN V ALPERS.
W. F. CUIVIIV1 1 NS,
No 47 Gay Street, : : : : : Knoxville, Tennessee,
PIANOS AND ORGANS Of7 ALL LEADING MANUFACTURERS
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AS LOW ASITIIEY CAN BE BOl'GBT ANYWHERE.
Xew Pianos from $250 to 1.i00. Organs iiom to 8500,
A MUCH BETTER PIANO THAN THE "IT. S." AT S290 CASH.
Tuning and All Kinds of Musical Instruments Repaired. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I have a good stock of Sheet Music and Mu-io Books, for Sahhath School. Day School. Singing S-hool. Concert, and all thernriona entertain jient
onhW'7, ror anything vou want iu the Munio Line, eoiue to the only Music H-inae in Kast Tenne."f. and I wi'l tit'AKANTKg Satisfaction. Any
piece of Sheet Musioor Jhusic lijok published in the United States sent postpaid at niblihers' prices, l'iauo Stools anu Covers in Stock.
FIRST CLASS PIANOS AND ORGANS SOLI) ON EASY INSTALLMENTS.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CUDKCIIKS, SUNDAY SCHOOLS, MINISTERS, ETC. ,
AGENTS AVANTEI). Cataloguos Fron.
COFFIN, MARTIN & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner tiuy und Churcli Streets,
is full aud cou).lete, t rubracinK everything In our line. All Ihe produce of Ihe country shipped to us will he sold
at the highest market prices, and ctinHifrnmentB are solicited.
J"We charge our customers NO COMMISSION on sales, and will make CASH ADVANCES to three
ivl5Uw3mo fourths the estimated value of anything consigned to us.
Dry Good, &c.
J.J.YOUNG 64 Gay St.
Xlerin' js ,1,
CiOOPtN to get I
In the Dry
hand a full
stock of ev
h will sell
as cheap as
for each. II is
fresh and ol
at th low
Hem eui ber
the place, at
Cheap Cash Store
Work Done Neat
AND PKOMPT AT THE
CHRONICLE JOB OFFICE
DliXJGG ISXS.1 '"" RL'EV- 'si U.RERS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ItEALER IN
ALL KINDS up
OUR STOCK OF
.OtiOn. I'HIIC) (eOOflsl. iiC.
SAMUEL B. BOYD,
WHuLES.I E AND RETAIL DEALEI'. in
Carpels, Oil Cloths, Mattings
White and Mourning Goods
HOSIERY AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Th largest Stock of these Goods ever brought to this narkt, and
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Th attention of th ladies it specially alid to mr Stock of
WHITE GOODS AM) GUI91PUKE LACES
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Call and see me and SAVE MONET. CarpeUeut, mad and put down on short nolle. Order
solicited and prompt attention giren.
, , SAMUEL B. BOYD.