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iiivjfbilic ftftcchlo Wb$ airt Cferonirle: Mcfctusfcag, $nnc 1G, 1875.
(Written f t the Knoxvilla Chronicle, I
" Well I don't care what people think,
Ml do just as I pleaso ;
I know my gait, and, wim or link,.
I'm bound to tnkomy oas?.''
He took his ease ; with swelling prido,
Ho launhed the world to scorn,
lie wasted wealth and health and died,
-'ursing his Ood, forlorn !
" Io! my mother don't know I'm out;
paddle this canoe :
ilothers are wise, I have no doubt.
And I'll know tomothing, too ! '
A " short life and a merry one ''
She knew a year or two,
Then cursed the hour when she begun
The evil to pursue.
" I know its wrong, but must have gold,
They'll never think it' me;
And I'll grow rich as I grow old,
"While men with envy sec."
Tn years of honest work he'd done,
Then yields himself to lin ;
And wife and children weep lor one
By prison w alls shut in.
' Whht if I flirt a liulo ; sure
No harm can mo befall.
J! v ill is strong, my heart is pure
S'i 1 11 c.niuot with all."
A pretty, spoiled, and thougtless wife,
Thus reasoned 'mid her joy-,
But ah, fur her a mined life.
Which slui herself destroy...
i)h, evil ihi'Ughts and vuin desires,
Ye twin' yourselves nuinriir
Our heartstrings til! our live expire.
" Vnlioriurud and unsung.''1
Uut th'Tu is Life, and tiiere is Uest,
1'or you. oh weary man !
.-hi.n cvii thought! 'tis (iods behe-t
Ar.-l '! what li'mil you can.
Drllrnlc Quratlnnn DrrldoU
r -he ;
n xv l'e Chr '
: ii:v mi.Miit koi tr.
Little '1M I dram at purlins', w'lien he kissed
;iy brOA' and cheek,
A, !;. Ui.-i, d ir.c cl in silence, f.r adieu
l,e cuui 1 n-'t et,U !
11. i.o n.ori-his arms w ould fnid moor the
f-ice so I'raT.k ull'l fair.
i.St.iiliiig dwn vn mc .-a i'y , with i
orowri el' Lhe?.iiUt hair.
Would so " n within the shadow of the
'.ypress tree be liid ;
KUe tn- wor.Js nf eager earning uii my
lips had not been stayed,
And repentance, like aennker, boco.-ruJ.ng
at my heart
Yct the lov I left uti-iuk(.'ii I'-t the
smothered tears should star!.
eager yearning, cou
Oh, these wrjs of
only then hav
How the dark and dismal shadows from the
churchyard sto'e between
AVe, who lingered loth at parting, the i '.h
ceaseless vain regret
In my bosom woul I not ramble, nor my
morning sun be set.
1 have acted well the stoic, but 1 now would
give my all,
Could 1 only for a moment, be permilt d
Ju.-tthat bitter, bitter parting, that such
luve 1 might reveal
As would make the heart I wounded by my
seii';i': u!dneas heal.
Hutu, mica moment i we'pir.g, I have
turned all time to tears.
Changed my morning intomidnight. where
no star of hope appears.
Where sweet buds of recollection should
spring up and bud and blow
Kvermore the turbid watvrs of regtet must
ebb and flow :
But, alas ! alas ! this w ringing out a life in
drops of woe,
When the soul itself seems bursting with
each agonizing throe.
Yet, they come ma in vain the-o birili-
pangs if thereafter we shall find
They havo brought forth fruits more ten
der for the dear ones left hehind.
Chattanooga, May 3!st,18To.
Mr. Twosticks and his Children.
How naturally children Hud out who
e their liii-mli. and vt ho are not.
Old Mr. Twosticks Im- no children, lie
is a won'woine i-ort of .mil, not very
happy himself, and not well vcr-ed in the
art und science of making oilier people
Tin' other day -im body ivmaikcd to!
little llu-ie. lei v , i- cmnpla'uiinnr uInmU I
bow cross old .Mr. Two-licks wa-. thai I
the oil .riull"iiiuii hud no children to:
make him happy. j
" l'nor cut leinan !" sai I llosie, (,ot
no children U make him happy." Then. !
stopping a llirllli lit In tllillk. -lie added :
' 1 tut I mm-.- il' just a- well, f.ir be could
not make them bappv. I'd pity the pooi-l
children if llo y were his. e don t know j
anything about children anyhow."
A love for children i a i-ertilirali- of
srooil h:iiaeler, and children know to
whom it oulil to be civen. No child
loves the wflUh pevmu who says: "There
now, run away, children, and don't lxth
er mc a So child want- to be w ith
the MiailiiiiT person who is all the time
looking us if lie were, just k"'ik
sol ui'l li i i ifi siiapplsb. Chrinliun ill ft'urk.
' ',. Bobbing the Treasury.
Special to Baltimore Sao 1
A very curious circumstance has be
come known lu connection with Hie
Treasury robbery. A few yeur ngo
twetity thousand dollars were stolen
rotn lb Treasurer' otHoe and uou
the same day it waa discovered that a
certain ijuuielcH genllcojan, with sev
eral friends, visited the vuulla. Of this
- rrofesjional tea-tstltiE calls Into action
all tho senses, gome of which are thus de
veloped to a degree of perfection seldom
attained In ony other art. An Interesting
sit'lit to the uninitiated won Id be the
sanctum of u professional rhazce or tcn-tustcr.
The Ions' rows of apparently innumera
ble little auinplu-boxes and bottles, the
larjre. revolving, round tunic, nnti many
tinv. imrc w hite tea cup ; tnu iieucnie
little scales. vith irraiu weight that vi
brate with the frcntlest breath; n silver
spoon, the manic waml of the rofession ;
the class tumbler; the bright copper tea
kettle, pulling forth the stenm of boiling
water all remind you of ten-making, lie
seated, and watch the movements of the
l)ozcn of Ica-sanililcs nro placed
around the inner edge of the table (those
selected from among hundred-) ; as many
teacups are placed before them; ju.-t
twenty grains in weight of each sample
(carefully averaged as regards to size of
the leaf of the ten) i placed in each little
cup ; ju-t one giil of water, while boiling.
is poured m each, and the taster counts
the minute; now he sits down and scans
I he liquid tea as the vapor rises from all
the samples. In meditation deep, he is
lo-l to the outer World. He then agitates
each little pool, a- it to call up some tiny
nvniph. His penetrating eves scan the
various shades from light to dark, lie
now inhales their ethereal odors. 1 he
tw itching of museies shows the ell'eet of
aMiivciution or di-!ike. Thus he con
tinues unto the end. deep in contempla
tion. Thunder, lightning, artillery, can
not iirou-e linn ; bu is lo.-t to all other
thoughts: it is tea. and tea alone, that
absorbs his whole attention.-
The rounds are gone once more. 1'roui
the little spoons be sips the steaming
liipior. He does not dunk it (puckly, hut
as though he feared it would hum. or
that he would lo-e is delicious flavor.
lb- twills it around in hi- mouth, as it
were: extracts its quality: then expel- it
Kach illu-Iou shares the aiue criticism
and with intense thought- he so u- up all
the characteristics. The re-ult lixes III
value: each sample -hows it s worl h from
the ligiuc lie has made. Thus all the tea
of commerce arc. valued bv the experts
Miscrve the list of price- : ulv half a
cent dill'erence in price between sum
and as much as i! between others. Wit
would have thought there was s,, r, at a
did'-reue.- iii value? The whl. -t rangt
at the piv-ent day in the vab ' tea i
from -l i ei-nl- to . ') p-r pTmnd : in
manv in-taiu es van big but Jilllc in value
from one to the next lip to the higlic-t
(There are w hole-ah' pric-)
A an article of iuerchaniii-e in this
country, lea has been sold a- high a
per pound (w 'hob-ale.) In China it is
said to sell a- high lis l'i for the llne.-t of
spring-picking-or Mandarin lea a per
fect white llcl.oe leaf, which is seldom or
ever exported from that country except
to Kiiia. 1 he writer has seen a similar
deserinlioii of thi- lea. which has been
grown iu India, in Ilie i'pper Assam Tea
Company's plantation, and which wit
sold a! Ihe I oininercial sale-rooms, in
London. Knglaiid. for ."el per pound.
Thi- tea was i-cported from London to
St. Peter-burg the Uiis-iiuis. lifter ihe
higher cl.i-s of ( hine-e, being the consu
mers of the be-t grades of tea grown, and
w Inch is ;ht to them overland bv cara
A Story of Sedan.
Tho outbreak of the Involution in
178!) menaced Kurope with one of tbe
ureutest of nJl evils the premature
adoption of KTieral Institutions. For
ever vain and nlways fruitful of pro
digoils evil will be attempts to found
covernineul tiy toe whole people
where the mass of the working pollu
tion are grossly Ignorant and supersti
tious. The reason is known to all
who have an oportunity of closely ob
aerving the workings of such minds.
They eau only lie swayed by art
which honest Intelligence can not use,
and therefore tbey will be usually gov
erned by men who have an Interest In
misleading them, ureat .Britain waa
nearer a republic than any other nation
iu Kurope; but England, too, needed
another century to get the lap room
reduced, the people's school developed
in every parish, and the educated class
intensely alive to the loiiy or neaping
Importance upon idiots."
jvJmuiMl Jdirke was the man wnn,
more than any other, held Kiigiatid
back from revolution in 1792. Rational
anpeuls to the rational faculty could
not have availed. Appalled at what
he saw in France, Hurke, after thirty
yearn advocacy or lioeral principle,
and a-sisling to create a Republic; in
America, became a fanatic of conserva
tism, und terrified Knglaiid into stand
ing by the nioiimchy. He was alarmed
even at Ihe influx of Frenchmen into
Knglaiid, Hying from La Lanlcriic,
and he gave vehement, support to the
Adrii Act, w hich uuihorized tho sum
mary expul-ion from the kingdom of
foreigners sii-peeled by thd (jovem-
nient. Vehement . Home or hw sen
tences read like lunacy. It ws in Ihe
course of llils de late tlmt. the celebra
ted dagger scene occurred which (ill
ray has H-iiifized. A wild iiile n ached
bis ears of the manufacture of dmgeis
at ISii mingliMiu lor the use of Fivnch
Jacobins in Knghmd.aml oueof (hem
was given him a specimen. It w as
an implement of such undecided form
that It might have served as a (la ger.
a pike ln-uil, or a carving-knife. He
bislo d it upon Ihe floor or the Jloiise
of 'oiiiii s, almost hitting the foot of
an honorable member, und proceeded
lo declaim again.-t the unhappy exile
in the liiglust style of aiimiroiiy
hen tht-v smile," saul lie, "t see
blood trickling down their faces; I see
their insidious purposes: I tee that
the object ot 'their cajoling is blood."
A ptu-e ensued after the orator had
spoken a w Inle ill this strain. "You
have thrown down Knife, said
flieridiu, "where is the fork?" A
bout of htugliler followed tills sally
wliich relieved I lie suppresseil feelings
ot the House, hut spoiled the '"eltecl
f Mr. Ilurke s performance. James
Partoii. in "Haiper's Magazine" for
J u ' .
His Looks Deceived Hirr.
(From the Dotroit Freo Pre t.
did hot look like a joker. One
A- a pen. hint to the (iitiiiiiu olllcial
report on the battle of .N-dau, the 1 aris
correspondent of the Loudon Times tell
the subjoined storv concerning the cot
tagc where the two F.inperors met : ' H
is known hi the locuhtv, lie avs.
' La Maison dii Tissesand," ' La Maison
de rEmperur," or ' I.a Mai-on des leux
Frcrcs Knncmit.' The two lirst titles
explain themselves, hut the third is de
rived from a fact which Is hut littl
known, ami which is another proof that
accession of fortune is often acquired at
the expense of domestic, peace, the cot
tage is one story high, with a tiled roof,
and stands parallel to the road. A newly
built wall reaches from the front of the
house to the road, and divides the build
ing in two ; but before this historical, in
tervicw this wall did not exist. The
house belonged to two brothers, half to
each. The room in wliich the celebrated
meeting as held is in the corner of tbe
cottage nearest to Sedan ; but in IS71 the
entrance door was at the other extremity
nearest to I lonelicry, and looked upon
the road in front. W hen the room was
being prepared for the interview that 1:
to say. w ben the round table and the two
,-truw chair.-, which still remain bad been
brought iu the Kiupcror. who was some
distance oil, w a-informed that all was
ready, lie alighted troui In- carriagi
coined the fro.it door, and went up
-tans thtt I- to -av, he came m at tin
' right side and entered the room situated
i to tbe left. After the war was over, and
j indeed bcfoie. a great many vi-itor went
I to -i-e the boii-e. anil, niter tin- manner
j of tout i.-i -. weri careful lo follow tin
same road, lo g,, up ihe -atne -tail'
and sit in lie- same loom a- Napoleon III.
land I'linee lli-marek. The ow nor of the
j room -oon le gau to make ; good thing of
Ihe curio-ily of the i-ilor-. lie -old
I photograph- of the holl-e. The four
piece- ot gold Wlltl'U 111" r.lllpct'or Had
given to hi- hiiinhlc lio-tcs. he had
framed and hung over tbe inantlcpieee,
for. cm ion-to relate, it was the falle.j
monarch who paid lu this way for the use
of the audience chamber. I'ho proprietor
found, iu short, that this iiuexH-etcd
meeting produced a golden show er, but
hi: hi oilier, the owner of tbe staircase,
tuit lu a claim for u share of the profits.
lb? said that as the visitors went up his
staircase he ought, iu common justic e, to
get ball the proceeds of Hie exhibition
and lie added that lie would stop the way
unless his demands were salilied. His
brother looked at the matter lu a differ
ent light, arguing that people did not
come to look at the staircase or the pas
sage, but at the room, which belonged to
, I..... 1... .1 I 1 ..-,...1,
, , l l . i l lillll. I'a l' Oil, III' Olilill.l
twenty iuoui... uo. .a u. .i,,. !t()( wer,. wmally stuWHirn and tbe do
mestic pence of the house was fatally dis-
sit and study his face would have said
that his soui was so lost in nielaneholv
that he didn't care two cents whether the
sun set at noon or staid up until 7 o'clock
lie entered the ladies sitting-room at the
Central dcit, walked up to a woman
whose husband had left tho room about
ten minutes prcviou-l v, and calmly in
.Madam, vour Im.-haud went out to
seethe river, didn't be
Yci why ?" -he a-ked. turning pale
in an instant.
" lie was a tall man. wasn't be
He was,'' she replied, raising up and
turning still paler.
Hud red hair?"
lie had oh ! what has happened?"
Weighed alMiut one hundred and
eighty pounds ?"'
les ves w here Is he where is my
husband : she exclaimed.
Couldn't swim, could be?"
lies drowned mv hii-band I
drowned !' she wailed.
Had a silver w ateh-chain ?" continued
here is mv husband w here is the
body !" she gasped.
I)o not get excited, madam. Did
your husband have on a gray suit ?"
" ien on ! my j nomas my i nomas
"And stoga boots?"
" Let me see him let me see him !
( odie this way madam, but do not
get excited. There, is that your husband
nei-nss th vtreet ni tteit. oeimor. stnnil ?"
" Why, ves, that's him ; that 8 my bus
band '." she exclaimed joyfully. " I
thought vou said he was drowned.''
' Xo, madam, I did not. I saw him
buying peanuts, and 1 believed it my
duty to say to you that peanuts arc not
hcilthv at this season of the year !"
He slid softlv out, and she stood there
and chewed her parasol and started after
him as if he were a menagerie on wheels.
From th Detroit Fret PrfM.I
"John dm oli Astor Harrison, is It right
for a man to strike his wife with a hoe
handle ?" Inquired Ids Honor of a colored
man who slid softly out.
' Wall, she's Just de wustest woman In
dis town," answered the prisoner.
" Hut that's no excuse, Mr. Harrison ;
you have no business to take the law Into
your own hands."
vt no s tooKcu ie law ? i iook ne
hoc-handle, and If you had been dar nnd
seen wdiat a little bit I hit her you
wouldn't make do least fuss over It."
" 1 have been several times informed.
Mr. Harrison, that you are as lethargic as
a hotel waiter, and as cross as a hyena
with a sore throat, and that it would he
far Iwtter for your family if you were re
moved to a higher sphere sav tho third
storv of the House of Correction."
I'd jess like to have ye live wld dat
old wife of mine 'bout free days den
you'd know who's to blame," answered
Hint Is Impossible, Mr. Harrison, and
I believe that It Is mv solemn dutv to put
vou where you can't hoe-handle the pub-
he. any more for a long thren months.
" I. I boosted?"
" You are."
"l)cn far' well to (lis yere w orn Id
far'well ! DeyTl llnd a corpse in tie cell
and dat corpse will he me !"'
I can t help it, replied bis Honor, as
lie picked out another warrant, "dutv
stands here with outstretched hand, and
if you die I shall feel no stings of remorse
shall see no accusing spirit in my mid
night dre inns.
A Religious War PropUeeied.
What lime is ii?" asked the
mother. " Half-past one," said the
baby. There was great astonishment
iu the household when the infant
spoke up ho promptly In answer to
demand for the time of day, for he
was only two Hays old I it was lu a
humble re-idenee on Lafayette slreet
i ii D-troit. The family va'hcred
around, a nil I lie baby proceeded to speak
IU her. lie said that ill two years i
ureat religious war would come, lie
twceii Ihe Catholics and the Protest
ants, and that thA Ca'hidics would lie
victorious, willing tht-i. nemies fro'n
the face of the earth, and avenging tbe
wrongs of centuries.
Then the bahv slopped. Tile inspira
tion ceased. Hisiufantile features lost
their seraphic expression, and be was
onlv i hahy" after that. In a few
hours be was dead. There was great
excitement in the neighborhood of
Lafayette street, and much tal was
Indulged in over tbe infant's miracu
lous speech, and the bloody prophecy
which It contained. 1 here is no doubt
ing the story, because it was told to a
Detroit, newspaper reporter by a man
who wa sober, and the n.an who told
him had a good reputation for truth
and vemcity. We can only hope that
the tiibv himself was misinformed.
Wholesale Jrecery Market.
KnoxvilU,' Juir II
Prima to choice 22-CC( Fntnllr M.ixrt-boi
JIUODecfl, v dux. f i.w
I, l,l.u- K SI,
ll.v,l luiaHlZKflVm S1Mnolj. . 4o
Kxtre C 1 kU I,andrySOIbl)ntiiH 0,1
V.illow C ID'SCHI'i tiunllj.no lb lioiei i.vi
fiein.ir.ira V"!1,! t:udleie.
N- U ItKcidl ,. ..-n,
Njmim. htar.lull weiiiht 18
Com m..n ''5J Tnbnrrn.
Prune aoJ oBoio...oi5 Corom9n n ia suiaVTrb
iff 8i9d. Mrndtll ineb...af
Trmm. Funor IJrnil...Nl.'25
ttn-n HSI. !.! aniokiiiii .VhssHIJU
Imperial .wel.'ii rniott.
Unnmiw ler Jl.Wl.tS) 0I.P'k'lirrettVtM.7f
Ontoa 80 ui... fs.U0
Kd. liruKist'-S9i.K ria-nr.
ftplrv. All brandr4M110niM
Pepper !5B Umrn, Itniar
Allee ii Indnio. SFIl.(IUsl.i'ni
do annul. svioi x,
- iii Duu-h Madder... 17ii41c
Hum una infi.
Tlrfi,.Shnl ! 4I) HfVhmm
Sardines !4 owe I17I&20 Bud, Soot 2.7ft
gib I'eecbeeU dot. Bar,Led OvjSIOo
e,ne appim r o , . u" L K,iiin,M 7S.4.H
strawberriesCMthi).n w w ,-,,
i rri lo'HAioee e-,,w.a.. 9n,rt.ii I
Klr. Waler Proof. .75(.l.5
Csnillna cfB Market whS
K moa S""il Farlnr.MalnOMrirMZ.oc I
Knoxvitlt, June 14.
The druir trade continues brisk for tho
season, and our wholesalo merchant! have
no reason to complain. Coal oil continues
to advance Blishtlv. owinir to tho exces
sively hiflh test required by tho inspector
ana an aavanco si mo wens. ui(wiu
has also advanced And will go still higher.
Linseed oil is declining. We quote:
Sins. Turpentine k fi&fl Alcohol t2.75
Linsoeanil.riiw. 5l.i bid Potass.. V to... 4 .Ml
do do boiled I In UnloraieP-)tas.n 70
Tannsrs'Oil, Vnn 7iKn75 Esenc-s. V ili.. f
I.,r,l Oil. host. V sal 1 411 Svmehvl. dot 4.0
OoalOilf til Hart's 1(0 iot film 2.t
drain Peeper. V H Paper Tun', V Hi 2S
Va-lder. V tt) Wrap Pap r. Ml. S aft
iDdino, lb l.luWl.ii Wrap Paper, bdl. M M
Oniuiu. V tb Slil 5 i a ao da L 7C
Mnrnhine. ns 7 IK) S'-da. V tti
Aniline. V A" Uornl. V It. 2.V
nitmierHs. V lb Mup i it.nnui,-n bar'' V lb 4'i-
Concent'd Lye V eanlio Kxt. Loitwocl lb i ii'l c
'noivlllc ttelau Mri,ci
KnorviUe, June 11
i.i iei dne.lDilli'sUt' ,... fc(860P eel
aroen iM Bsl ii .Vieal. bu' Woefl (Hf
Butter. a I 'a 2 i fib Nailn, 6'li i H1"
Hosr.s. I.kSS.iSI busb 0at. bus I '70
Bran per bushel -V ' shcat swt9i csSl
iiKi'iia. Hams. e..ll HIS One ns MWiKiusill
country, l-'-''ie:;to rouUryCliiicli p.lsa'6
" Si.los, V.I-9W ! " Dik-ks, Jir.i
" Shoublers. li' i " ieie. 4
nmi ;Vini'tti. Turkeys 7 sa-hi1-
Drof wreen sal'.lslb Pe dr'd. tl 1 M1.2
iripd yi) 2,.T. fOLatot-H.i-w t.
Cundl.s. ts. initzi'i " Iriet.. 11.4 v" W
oiiiii llii'c .- tVvni Powder. 4Q.
C .flea iwvHiV' Peacnes dried li.12Jj
Uhet"e ii:i 'ViT Rioe, "t i
Cotton Yrr f ii!4il Suifai srn'OeJ II
,rti. H'C in tt, 121.14
Cilibaite. U("'l " ll K- 12V)
K.'ns l'?1 ,(i . orown. ji-r
Flour F.ur.Uy f, 7?ui4.2i Soap. l-ar 5 .'('
txira, t.Vi'i-1 b ilt. f sarK i.aii w
e,ii,.erhns:i. IW'SErrcD. 7naftl.t5ri
fsi-t're.h. s'l'ifft. (Shut. lcfm.sll
iUui. S-olUtun Tpa krreen. Zouli
V'Mi-Kerel. Vo.!. " olaok, Mho.l.is.tl
J.....h..r. Hit S.7.-.; Tr S -".
IUr. 9ll18oil Tallow. tb V
Ut-il 2'i Vineirar. al
Kauallle l.ninbrr Market.
Knozvitle, taiie H.
Kouiiti ts.ard- alii scMiiling, Ij!(i
IB no per 1 ,11ml feel
illear iuihj piatiK, ii.'siaji.isi
l)rM-l weather hosr-ntn. i".'siai.i .
Kh'orinit, o() iiom:." DO.
Black walnut., rfreen. vi.nisi. mi, -
ion , t to.iiosoo.iiu.
iiak post skwhiI taperinir. '.
rt'iuirll cedar posts, .n o iw
Taperod cedar posts, 30 to k .
HW.'d lathe per thousand, I "O
,swi,l hinkl..-, $3.ms4.dn
MlaVeH .- ' $;j.(SOs4 01
Carrka flllla t'loar.
A itandsrd brand in every market where
old. The leading brand in the market
where manufactured. Dr. J, Nat Lyle
The following quotations ot Eureka Mills
made from actual sales :
Fancv, fa.i); Family, $400; Superfine,
3.U: Vine. i-iOU: Bran 20 cetits lo tl.m).
Corn Mml without a supoeior in oualtte
Lord ifc Taylor.
D1.IIH IS KIIRMU ASD DOVISTIC
ark ori icRisr. SKi.icr i.isis or
Black and Colored Silks,
Spring and Summer Dross Goods.
Suit and Housrkerpiug Limn?,
Foulard Finished Cambrics,
Prints, Calicoes, &c, &c,
TOO KTHER WITH AN KXTKNfllVB LINK OF
HAMIILTlGS. IN AM.(iUAHKS.
Insertions, Edgings, Trimmings, &c,
SILK HOSE, all colors,
PLAIN & FANCY HOSE for
Ladies, Misses and Children.
Gloves, Fans, Parasols,
Umbrellas, &c, &c.
Prince llisiuarck, will, on the advice
of liia medical attendant, pass in fu
ture hs periods of leave in a warm cli
mate. He intend, therefore, to pur
chase property In Southern Germany,
uut win not. aeu dim eatute at. uizin.
only ,wtt rtKtoVtrcd. . 1 bU bum wm
placed by noine unknown jiartieH to
ibe credit of the Treasury of the Uni
ted Htate through a New York bank.
'o further clue to tbii robbery
ever Uncovered. It happen tliut on
' tbti same day when tlie forty-ih-vni
thouband dollar were taken thin very
Maine gentleman, who went through
Ibe vault several years before when
lbe twenty thousand were taken, alao
visited the vaulta with feveral friend.
There may be nothing in thin peculiar
coincidence, but it U fact which ha
come to the knowledge of tbe de
tective, and which it being considered
till bed, Soon u elouc wall wan built
Im Iwccii the two halviu.of the house, and
thu weaver ociicd a new door and
erected :i new Huinaic, that fiovvadiiya
visitor no longer use the old Ktaintne on
the lihl, up wlih li the Kiupcror ijued.
tverv uav travelers conic lront all pan
of tbe world to sure at the bare walls ol
the room und fit ill the straw chairs, ao
that the weaver make a deal of money,
but peace is not rcslorcd in the " Maison
dee' J'cux ircri e Kuni'inis."
liyron'g Italiiin vulet ii still living, and
In public ollicc in I .ci;i lull.
Influence of George III.
The fatal objection to the hereditary
principle in tbe Kovernment of nation
is tlie Iiopoitunce WHICH, to uae 31 r.
Jetlcr-on'- words, it " beapA upon
idio h Idiot la u liar-li woril to ap
plv to a oeitMiu hi well iliposeil aa
(entire III, Kir" of Lniiland, to
w hom the v.o eiice of tbe Revolution
ary a-riod r. as cliicll v due ; but when
we Hunk of tlie evil anil Millenr'R
from wliicli Kjn-pe could have be n
HHved if be had known a little more or
Iii tic less, we cm not lie suroriHed
tbu eoiitemporarieti hluuilil have Hum
med him up witli diareHpectful brevity.
lint for liiin.HofarusMiorteil-MKliteil
moiittl can diacern, tlie period of
bloody revolution could have been a
period nf peaceful reform. After en ax -peratin
bin aubjectH nearly to the
(Kiintof rebellion, he precipitated the
independence of tbe American colo
nies!, which, In turn, brought on the
French Revolution, and that isued iu
XaKjleon IJonaparte, whose Hill
France only lluiahed expiating at
It la true, there muat have lieen In
(Jreat Hritain myriad Uxn myriad
of audi heads aa that of King George
to make hi policy poaxllde. iiutHUp
powe ihalliiHtead of placing himaelf at
the he I of the dull Uilud in hi em
pire, be had Riven the preatige of the
crown to the bright and independent
houIh! hupM)He lie Iiaa taken as kind
Iv to Chatham, liurke, Fox, Franklin,
Priut-tley and llarre a he did to Bute,
I)r. Johuaoa, Addingtou and Eldon!
J aiiie i'arton, lu "tiarper' Magazine"
Nkw York, June 14. Tbe exproi train
wh it'll left liostoo at 8 o'clock Saturday, U
(iff th track. Vice rreiident Wilsoa inong
th injur!. Blaiu hurt ia th tide, Mhu
Ana Louis CTev, Opcr Hinger, rignt
su?uljer rru'sM,' fion kiuta.
n 11 o!.r.s v l.r iKKi r
r"w'fmi.n Ofick '
Kvotvili.. Ty.SK., June 14 1875. !
Transactions in produce, s well as iu nil
other lines of trade, were few nd light
during the week just closed, and we have
but liulo change to mako in our report for
to-day. AVe are now passing through the
dullest season of the year, and can not
reasonably look for any marked activity
until after harvest.
Tho wheat market is ca-y at last week's
Corn, dull with a fair stock in store.
The supply of bacon is ample, with light
demand and small sales at quoted prices.
Lard, in modorute demand and rub I
steady at former rates.
Good varieties of lite seed potatoes con
tinuo in excellent demand at outside quo
Aside from very fine fresh butter, the
supply remains heavy and prices low
Thero was a little spring during tho
week in prime geese feathers, and a few
sales were mado as High as Co, but prices
hurriedly fell back, and 50 cents now is the
top of tho market.
Via quote :
Wheat fjuict; whito $1.10al,18.
Coax Dull; loose, 74aT5c; sacked
lvAKD (Steady, Vic.
O ats 1 n demand, 55ati0c.
Irish Potato For seed, Northern
2 00 per bushel, $5.00 per barrel ; country
$1. ij lo tz.iM per uusiiei.
ii ay Fair demand, $1.001.10, baled.
Loose from wairont, doc nor Hi" lh
Damn Kruit Apples, 7a8c. Peaches,
quarters, 7a8c; halves, 8i.9;. Blackber
r Loua-sh irm and hurher: countrv famuv.
buying, Ji7oa3.('0; selling, 3. OOaS.U.'i; ei-
liuving, tz.WnI .tr, selling, (X7.
Atlanta Herald, June 12th.)
Corn, now white. 1.081.10. Wheat, hiio.
nominal: amber, nominal: red, nominal
Oats, 80. Pea, clay, l.OOal.75; mixed, 1.40.
Corn meal, $1.10. Flour, superfine, GOO;
etra. do.. So. Z.nh.w : lamilv. 7.i)Uai.J
extra, do., 7.!iOa7.70; fancy, H.UOaH.'stJ. iiay,
Timothy, l.tlOal. 75 ; Tennessee, $1.2oal.60;
clover. S-1.40. liacon. clear sides. (X): c r.
sidos.bij; shoulders, Hi; country-curod hams
14al41 ; sugsr-cured bams, loi. Bulk
meats: clear sides. 00: clear no l i; snoui-
ders, 10; hams, 12); bacon nams, 1.)). l.ard,
tierces. Kilal7 : keirs and can. 17ial8;
buckets 17ialH. Feathers, &0aW. lluckwheat
flour bhl., 10.00. heed potatoes, Jtarly
Koso, 4.00; Uoodnch, 4 00; rink t.y,
. 4,r itn: . A 1W1.I rj. .,..na
50oal.OO: aDblos. "ri bbl.. 3.00a5.00 ; dried
applen, f tt), country, 6c; Northern, Ilia
14 ; anoa pencil?, unpoeiea, t4c; peeioa.
Chickens, grown, ; &nnnff,
2oa28 lluttfr. em. li;fj. Wool,
washed, Sa5); unwashed, !& cent?.
f Our Llip-' hoa lep:irimot cnn'iiin.H
tuck iiii.-iiiri'U-ntu Utc tifff inff. duribiiitjr and
owritM ui iTire JirevtiJU lor suit uiunfuie
uientfrnr "U ai pneutiuu.
C in tkts trtuu'nt or tien' r urni'nic
(toodd, hrtl, Collars. Cutl' Tiy, Kose. (ilcr-.
A (itmUi sent to un part ol the cou u try, &htl
mi" mun t int on npn;ati n.
r K r hco- niiiiiitiun f La lie an i Fiim-
ilte! woo nro UMibio to vi.it thu niv, full Hues ot
aiuilfh f ail n'K 1" f lrv liouJri wi'l benefit, anl
I ofuoiB b mat. til.ed with tht g cite.-1 pof-sibiocar
Broadway and Twentieth Street
P. 0, Knoiyille, Tbsk;, June 1", 1875.
A Tliv J M Arm lit cm J,
B-B W ilnhin. K T V"ra.Uy. lUnry Bank
er, tJuiMt'j umkorton, r it Dime, aiim car a
i- A Cowan. JL c uititFiinw. J m Minorva
Crozier MiB MlinU Cai'j('i, Mrs Sallio K Cok
inan, William Cha'i.
Drvden. Richard Davis, Kocco DeUae.
I'-Am t d Fox. Miss Lni7 1'rako. Williim
li F tieo-. Dome oravefte. Mis Mollte
Goodwin. Mrw Murttra (Jret-ne Thou I Jirrott.
II Mei llnrdr X I fro. ta Holiali. Jatne.t
E Howell. Lafayet e lludddstou.
J H r Jmes.
U W Long. Hnry Lenard MtM Mury Luny,
M Dick rlnl.in (col), Uetiry McBes (colt.
Mrs Mary n; Milti r. N iurihy, ln Sua.ii Ala-
r Mim Alary fenK.
It J K Hoberf. Mrs Loui-a Kott. Miw Mar
Rom, Win Kn'daw,
- iiriirr piih . iMrrv rinitn, jiarnei .iane
Stanley, J S even. Join bhuaer. K I) tMiiilta
Harry lum ici). Jonnj luwui, iwarKret
Turner. iMack Xay'nr.
w-a WHt'f. M iii r n w lute, ii w waiter.
James Walker -') .1 0 Wagner. Mra Nancy J
f aver, btuunUn nbit.
PerMns callinir tor any d the above letters will
auk tor " adveruied ittters " and pay on cent tor
advertuinifee. WM. KL'1K,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPB.
8 00. Knoxvilla City Mills, " ourslandurd
family." $3.56; Pnnrl Mills fKmily, 43. ii'J;
City Mills I'onulj, j.i lo; I'curl Mills extra,
Bacom Dull witli liciivy stock on hsnd;
bants, 13; clear sides, 14; shoulders, 11.
Kbatbkrs In fir demand; prima,
60c.: DiiiHd. '2Ah:)c.
bUTl'KH liull slid doclioiiiK, 15alBc.
Kao Cotton. 2121o.
Ukkhwax 27aUMc per pound
'lnnessee leaf, 6IV:.
vii i imothy, $3.75a4.O0
Skkd Clover, 8.50 pnr bushel.
Urd (rra,1.60aZ.OO "
Blu " 1.6) " "
" " Orchard Rrass, $2.60.
SuMtEA Snake In demand, 55a'i'i:.
Yklu)W Root Dull, tic.
'V.k.i. Washed. 8ia40o par lb.
Fuk Out of leason.
1.1 HtoSi Markat.
Kntxmillt, Jw't 14.
The shipping season with us i about
over, and as '(trans fed" cattle are now
coming in, nrl there being but local de
mand, priues bare dnclintd, and we now
quote xtr smooth steers at 4 to 41 ; fat
cattle, S to 84 j common to good, 2i to 8.
The domandi for hogs continue light,
we note a further decline in price, rat
hogs, weighing from 176 to 200, 61c; shout
weighing Iron; Y2j to 150, 61c Dressed
hogs at 7b71c.
New York Market.
New Yobk, Juue 14.
Money easier, l,',a2u. Sterling quiet,
8.00. Oolililull,$1.16;al.l(i. Govern-
meiita dull but steady. MateH quiet
Flour a whmle lirmer, with a fair de
Diuntl. Southern flour a shade firmer,
and more active ; common tu fair ex-
Ira, S4.U0a5.fcS0: irood to choice exlra,
fS.2oaO.bo. Wheat Irregular uml un
set tied, cloging at lallo. higlier, with a
better export demand; $1.-9 for winter
red weHlem : $1.34al.3o for amheruo.
f 1.32al.3U for white western. Corn lc.
better, but less active ; 80aS'2c forstearu
western mixed ; 84a88o for good new
western mixed in store. Oat dull nnd
lower ; 70a"lc for mixed western ; 70a
7oo for white do : UUc for Inferior unx
ed Cauada. Coflee quiet and uteudy ;
Kio 1 quoted nt llialHe, told, hy car
ifo. and l(ial!Oo. koUI. for lob lot
Sugar dull uud unchanged ; .SJuSc for
fair to good rehiuniz: Hie for prune
refined, dull and unchanged. Mobile,
foreign gradei, dull and nominal.
Kice. iuiet Hil l unchanged. Tallow
firm, 8;c. l'ork lower; new, 1!1 Oil.
Iiiird lower; iirlme Hteam, 13 11-10,
Whisky Kteady at $1.20.
Cincinnati, Juue 14. Flour dull,
unchanged. Corn steady, 7ia74. l'ork
lower, $1U.50. Lard lower, fair de
mand; summer, 12jal2i ; winter, Ml a
13,!. Kacou dull ; shouldera U ; clear
rib, 121 ; clear sides, 121. Whisky
quiet, held at $1.16, no sales.
ttt. lxul Market.
Kr. Louis, June 14. Klour ijuiet,
weak, little doing. Corn, fto. 2
mixed, 07. Pork lower to sell, otl'ered
at $19.76, 19.60 bid. Bacon firm, only
limited jobbing demand. Lard nom
inal. Whisky nominal, $1.18.
Louisville, June 14. Flour quiet
and unchanged. Corn firm, 7275.
Provisions quiet and firm. Pork,
f20.20a20.2-"). iiacou, bhouldcrs, 9J ;
clear rib, 1212 ; clear aides, l.'SalSJ.
Lard, tierce, 151al51 ; keg,15ial5 17-20.
WhUky,$1.15. Bagging steady, 13a
HOUSE AND LOT
Concord, Knox County, Tenn.
W 0 M'-Lin vs Surah A Ko n at al
PURSUANT TO AN INTKP.L0CUT0KY DE
x CKtlK Dronouuoed in the above t-tuna at tba
Maroh term lHT.l.oitho Chancery Court at Knox
vilie. Tenne see: I will sell in lront ol ihe Court
Huue door in hnoxvillo at i-ublie auction to the
On SATURDAY, thk 17th DAY of
JULYnext.at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
The lfoue and Lot mer.tioned and described in
i.ne iileHdiniis, situate in Knox coutiiv.lfmuwgee,
In the village of Concord, and adjoins the lots of
Jauirs Craig and others.
Pi;d House and Lot will I e sold on a credit nf
1. - and :i years and in bar of the riirht of redeim,-
lion, n -iuirinir ot the purchaser nuief with ool
security, bearing interest from dale.
Al L rATlUKtiON. C ft M
June liith. 1ST5 wt
C'hicaoo. June 14. Flour fair de-
maud, advanced : sunerrtiie. i3.Hia
3.60. Coru buoyant aud unsettled,
higher, No. 2 mixed, lid ; rejected OtiJ.
l'ork dull and unsettled, 19.00. Lard
dull and unsettled, lSal5. Whisky,
A A jMtek ts Jlo S Ingrain
PUB.SI ANT TO ADECREK PR0N0UNCEI
X in ilia above muni at th Mi.,. l..m a:; ,.r
the Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tonnesseat I
win sen id iront oi ma uourt iiouna door In
Knoxvilla at pubho auction lolhsniiheit bidder.
On SATURDAY, the 17th DAY of
JULY NEXT, AT 11 O'CLOCK, A.M.,
The tract of Isnd mentioned and deaerihed in tb
piaaiiingi. lying in m iilU oivil Uuiriot ot Knox
b'aid land will ba sold on a credit nf A and I '
monUit and in bar of tbe right of redemption
taking from the purchaser notos with two good
tecuritiei. bearin interest trout dale, and re
taining lieu on tbe land-
t , u 'V PATTERSON. CAM.
June 16th. H7 wit
CHANCERY SALE OF A TRACT
Ko 22.11 . ,
Jamas W Maloney l Franklin MuCorkl et al.
1 ursutni to a decree pronounced in th above
caue al the March term of tne Cuan'-ery
Court at Knoxvilla. Tennea i I will sell iu
lront or the eourthouta door in ilaeiriile at
jiublio auction to the hiliol bidder for cash in
Saturday, (he 17lh Day of July Neil,
at 11 o'clock a . the one glib interest Julia Mc
Corkle ownad at the tim of bar death ia a tract
ol land lying in theluh civil district of Knox
county. Tenaruee. adjoiuin lb lauls of Saiu'l
Flenniken deceased and others and being th
trail o which Hain'l Hodge resided at th tim
ofbudeaUi. Juue Hi In; ..
. , . ,. M-b. PATTERSON, C. 4 M.