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noibilIc acicchlnr Mh mxis Chronicle : a&ctmcsfrtn, $uln 7, 1875.
Tbe Lincoln (X. C) I'rairrs tnys
the wheal and oat crops in tliut section
Two thousand ilog Lave Veen en
rolled In Monroe futility, and three
districts to hear from.
The telfRrapli office at Morriftown
has been closed, ami that burw Is now
without telegraphic coiuiuuiiIchliIoii.
Chattanooga hus a committee of five
from each ward to make arrangements
for a grand centennial celebration in
Daltou had afire on Ian! S.itbuh,
June 27, which consumed a fine block
of building'. I: wuh the work of in
cendiarism. ClinttanoogA commenced celebrating
the Fourth on Wednesday, by a lively
time over a flag displayed at the Van
The Itoane Iron Oompauy is to roll
one thousand tons of rail for the Cin
cinnati Southern railroad. The work
Las been commenced.
Old (tent " What do yon wear epe s
for, boy?" 15 ot black "Cos I puts
cucli a shiny shine on tntlemen's
boots it hurts nie eyes."
A new postnriice has been tt:it
lished in this county a' Erin S'ation,
called "Cooper," and Jno. P. liarytr
has been appointed Postmaster.
(Jeo. Washington, Ksrp, of this citr,
delivered the welcome address at the
Chattanooga Educational Convention.
It in very highly s;..ikM of by the
The new Trion factory will contain
250 looms aud rj.t'til spindlfs of the
best and most approved iii'tke. All of
the machinery is to lie delivered by
It is tlie prevalent opinion that
North Georgia has cut toe best aud
largest crop of wheat ever harvested.
Corn is also doing well. l):i!t'ji En
terprise. A Daltou man recently took a hath
in the dark. He managed w II enough,
only he got hold of a piece of stove
blacking, instead of soap, with
A colored laborer on the firm of An
drew Miller, near Leadvble, was fa
tally injured by attempting to mount
a mule iu gear. His foot caught in the
chain, as tbe mule ran away.
Thestorm done considerable damage
in Polk county. It blowed the roof oil'
of M. N. Swan's store house, and de
stroyed a barn 80 feet long, nud also
blowed down all his fruit trees.
Yet another warning. Joseph Bates,
of Vermont, falls dead while carrying
in an armful of wood. Snow this par
agraph to your wile. Nay, cut it out
aud pin it to the woodshed door.
It was an Irish coroner who, when
asked how he accounted for an extra
ordinary mortality iu LimeiiuU, re
plied sadly: '-I can not tell. 1 lieie
are people d.iing thisyt-ar that never
The Moi'ii-(.. u (;iztc, in speak
ing of crops, sayo : We feel warrant
ed iu saying that there will be about
the usual amount of wheat in this val
ley. Oats aud grass are not a faihne
by any means. (Joi n promises as a to
Jo. liatis, colored, whs arrested a:-d
jailed last week at Charleston for steal
ing a blanket. The Cleveland Herald
says a man who would steal a blanket
iu such hot weather as this should be
hung. If it had been a man it would
have been excusable.
Tne season is splendid wheat will
make two- Inrds or three-quarters of a
crop here; coin and vegetables are
nourishing batit'fully , and the oat
crop will be tiue. Tne year promises
pretty well, except as to fruit, of which
there is none. JSrUtol jVetvs
A colored man was badly Injured by
the A. & C. switch engine, yesterday,
though we believe his wounds are not
necessarily fatal. There mutt be much
carelessness iu that quarter on the
part of everybody who can get hurt,
or something else is the matter.
We notice among the "sidewalk
' notes" of the Bristol JVewa the follow
ing Item : Gov. McMullin was In town
last week. He tells us he has rented
his farm for live years to a Northern
sheep grazer at $U0o per year, with the
privilege of making it within that time
a purchase at $12,000. He lias arrived,
and has his sheep with him.
" Mary, why did you kiss your hand
to the gentleman opposite, this morn
ing?" said a careful mother to her
blooming daughter. "Why, the gen
tleman had the impudence to throw a
kiss clear across the street, aud, of
course, I threw it back indignantly!
You wouldn't have me encourage him
by keeping it, would you?"
Little Bessie is the five-year old
daughter of a Portland lady who mar
ried a clergyman not long since. When
her father was away, aud she was
playing iu the yard, a stranger came
along and inquired if the minister was
at home. "No," she replied, "but
mother is in the house, and she will
pray with you, you poor, miserable
The Columbus Enquirer is informed
that the young ladies of Andrew Fe
male College, at Cuthbert, have re
solved to dress in calico at their ap
proaching examinations and exhibi
tion. As a manifestation of their
willingness to ecouomise and avoid all
unnecessary expenses iu times as
" hard" as the present, their resolu
tion is praiseworthy.
" Well, my son," said a Detroit
father to his eight-year-old son, the
other night, "what have you done to
day that may be set down as a good
deed ?" "Gave a poor boy live cents,"
replied the hoperul. "Ah, ah! that
was charity, ijnd charity is always
right. He was an orphan, was he'.'"
"I didn't stop to ask," replied the
boy; " I gave him the money for lick
ing a buy who upset my dinner
Monroe county records a number of
fatal accidents during the past week,
as we see from the EntcrprUie. Yester
day a week ago Henry Heed, aged
nine years, was drowned in a pond.
On the same day a line young man,
A. F. Hunt, hurt himself by iiftiug a
barrel of sugar, and died from the
ellocts on Saturday morning. A week
or so ago a man named Kirkpatrick,
while climbing a tree after a coon, fell
sixtv feet, snlittlna a forked dogwood
in the descent. He was found two days
afterwards with nearly every limb
broken, and nearly starved ior loon
and water. He lived several days af
terwards in great guttering.
HaiEIiXTi TU XD
For DYSPEPSIA, CO KT1PATION. Jnundi. e. liiliou attacks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits, SOUK STOMACH, Heart ilurn, Ac, &c.
T faultlo. family midiclne,
1 ci not didariatwc (be 8ytm.
I. iire to cure it i;iKn r (ru'ary,
J no irHiif violent Ttieiitcne.
(. Hot mterfe'e itti bufinoMt.
1 n tntoxtcnttn hvenir,
Contains the aimi'Ust and le t remeho.
CAUTION ! !
(iuy uo PowiW iw or I'rrpMi't 1 Mnnio.V 1 1VI.K It (:t KA-
TOH tmlK In our -iiKravcd rstppi-r with Trttle Hark, Maiup
and Hfofiire uiihi oken. ;oif oilier In genuine.
J. ei. & ( oM niacon. c;a., ani riiii:nt4 1 ptilu
TTHK SYMPTOySof I,iver Complaint nrc tin-ea-nno'i
und ttin in tin Mile. Snmwtiiue! tt e
p tin i in the vhrniMr, and tnn't-i!:n torrh'u
iiifltitn, 'lue Ptomach i afflicted with tV n,
Ii'ite and piekne-p, bowels in (feneral r,.'u,
' lufltinies alternatinv with lux. 'J bo hend it
tr ublcd with i-ain, and dull, bcivy FeiiPiiiion,
cons'derablo o memrtrj. firvomjianit d with
f lainful sensation of h'tving (tft vntivitr lomethinfr
wbich ought to have been done. (Jiten com
fiuiuiriffof weaknepd. dthMiy, aid low fjdiit:
S'itntiines ptaiiy of the above pynii'trmi" iitittd
the disease, and at other tims very ftw nf tben.
but the Liver is generally the orgun uiot iuvol
Ted M: tltl.Y ilISi:AN:N nricina-e from lmiurtin .ml TrtuiUtu of thn .;,-,. anA ;,v
is HUays rui"Ufiv oupht after. Jf the Liver i -aultni ia tts a'tttr, health in nlinn-t invana-b'yp-eurei.
Hunt of actyn in th Ijiver eauet Ibivim-hr, (nttittinn, Juvntiicr, 'tin in the
NAmf7tr. Cuvah, t'huln, iJnzinr, $ur ttomnrh, Hid TttK in the Mi.uttt, littott Attuelc. i'tttpi
tnUnn f the lift r. hjtrinn nf sirts, ur the yi'ic. and a hundred other1 pyuiptnuie, !r which
MnV UVi:il KMi'f4T01( ip the best remedy tbnt hm rer hn-n ditorerrd. It acts
tniidv. efiectuallv. nnJ. beintr a "imnle. rraetidde eutiiDuund. ran ti- imirinrv in unv niiuntiiiBoihai
1" u uy he taken. It is tirut(r in every wny;
tnc kou ana grrnt irotn all parts ci tuo country v. r.i v-ucu ur it? in'iuir 'c purest and bint.
T11K CLKI'iiV " My wifeand cHf have used the Kofiu'.vt.r for ?nr, and toptify to it? trreat vir
tues." Kev. J. H-Tklukr, 1'erry, ia.
1-Al'ItS' INUOKSKfclKXT "I have eiven your
failed to drive lu'.i P'-tsificton." Kllh .Mkatham.
HATS AND SHOES,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
l".ait Side JlarUel square, hiiowlllc. Trim.
Good? M new. unit will lie poM at th" lowwt rnrh t.riccp, l'ru.iure tuken in exchanco for i.ooJs
1'1't.I. Kt'ill I AMI MKAt KVSHIM k AM KK1 vimn.a
Lord & Taylor
DEAI.KIIS 1M Ff 'R KI'iN A X D DOMESTIC
tv.r. i.Fi'Kiiixr. HKi.ccr Lixrs of
Black and Colored Silks,
Spring and Summer Dress Goods,
Suit and Hons Leeping Limns,
Foulard Finished Cambrics,
Prints, C alicoes, &c, &c,
Tii:i;ih:h w th ax kxtenhivk link of
ll.:i!L'ims. IN ALI.CKAUKS,
Insertions, Edgir.gs, Trimmings, &c,
SILK IiO -jB, all colore,
PLAIN & FAIf CY HOSE for
Ladies, Misses and Children.
Gloves, Fans, Parasols,
Umbrellas, &c, &c.
-Our Ladies' hoa Dfpnrtmfit fmiMiiH n
?tork unpurraped to- elig'Hi'-e. il.ir . ti ity nd
loWaeps ot irico l'ire.-tiuos tor pelt' iuuimi o
meotpent onarp icHtou.
- Complete a-e .rtment o' Oen'p' rnmi hii(
(loojs. fchirtp, Collurp. Cutf-, Ties, H.o. tilove.
A;, (i. mils tent to any part ol the country. Sit lit
mcaPti rements p"t on applioari"!).
r For the accomniodatiun of Ladiepand Fam
ilies wbo are unable to visit the eitv. full lines of
pampas of all ttrndep of lrv Goods wi'l be pent, and
orders b; ma.il tilled with the greateft possiblecare
Broadway and Twentieth uct
Bl'Y ONLY THE GES'UINl!
The Most Perfect Alarm Cash Drawer
MILES' ALARM TILLCO.'S. AUo.
Herring's Safes, Colfeeand Drux Mills, Letter
FAIEBASK'S STANDARD SCALES,
Uil KK T1RERS,
V. T. "PA 1 RBANKS fc TO. i
PSISCIPAL eCALB WH RKHOl'DES.
t'nlrlmiik A- s o.. :til llroHtlwny, . Y,
Faikhankh iTt)., Mi I.Hltituote St., lialtimore.
Faikiiamih lie Cn., fvt t'aujp ftreet ew Orleuns.
FAimtAKka i Cn,W -M.iin St., liulfalo, N. Y.
Faiuuamks A Co.. 3 ;S Bronclwiiy, Aibatiy, N. Y
FtiRBAUKS A Co , 4IH St. Paul's bt.. Montreal.
Fairbanks i Co.,M KingWillinm St , London. E'(
Fairbanks. liRwx & Co., 2 Jiilk St., Boston.
Faikiianks & BwiMi. Masonic Hall, I'hiladeli'hia
Kaihhaxks, MuRHK A Co., Ill Lko St.. Cnirago
r'AiKBANks, Moksf. A Co., 1 i!l Walnut St.. Cin.O
Fairbakkh. Morse A Co. 1 Kup'riorSt. Clev'd
F UHiiANkH. Mors A o , -ft Woml St Pittsburrh
FAiRiuNKa, Mor.sk A Co , nth Main. Louifville
F'airbanks . t-'o..:"U t 4 Waph'ton Av, ttLouts
FaUrakks A Hi rciiixsoN, San 1 ranoijoo, Cal,
For SAle by leadinK Hardware Dealers.
My aim will be to keep in the future what Kno)
ville bits lung needed,
A TIRST-CLASS HOTEL
It has th advantage over all other hotels in th
city in regard tolooition, being situated
IN THE BUSINESS CENTRE OF THE CITY.
Good Beds, an excellent Table and attentive
tirvanu awa t tbe traveler.
Terms will be reasonable and the Publio are
Invited to giva the house, under the new manage
ment, a trial. JOHN K'HfcHF.
W. 11. L1U.AKD, Clerk. ivibwly
ll FAIR BANKS.
&lltWHMIlfflllJMUJUJJi.lJW'1 I"" J
JEL. 13? HC
ii ha i t en u-eofi.r -10 ytMrn, ami hundreds of
niedi ine n thur nah tiiu! an. in nn emm hot it
Cli trahdncheo. Fui
H0XSIE & DEPUE,
STOVES & TINWARE.
FASHION COOK STOVE,
UK EQUALED IN
Economy, Comfort, AWitnmit, and Du
48,000 now in use! 1,800 in use in
East Tennessee !
And not one hap proved a fHilcre!
Also, h U v ty of (? ukiriic Sthvci, ibe
MeiiU'U. Ki'lii-n'. Sint v lam, U. K.,
l'vcrcx, Ciibt'ornia hthX linu'e.
Every one in wuiit ol tt kooU
C001ilN(i Oil HEATING Sl'OVE
Will find it t" their ititeri-t to uall and examine
(6J.iy St.. KXOXVILLE, TENN.
ChTomof fnrifl. THe crauJeht chnnce
r-veroh-reJ agent-, v. o will inni. to
my ad'tre.-ji. .st raitl, 1 beautiful Oil
hnii us st.o lx 1 1, mounted, on re--M
t (if tII. -ell tor f i in an hour.
Irs a I'hrnrno npiicy. it i tbe befi
pHyintf Kiteuy out, ieryoooy loves
an.l buvh nicturfi. We huve wurk unil
uionev f r iil, in cd aud wooien, boyi
tnd Tir)9 iTiH)lorfiretiuie,dMytuu
r cvcniiiif. ft houie it truvellinu. In
close 1 ii. Utter. Choinos by return
mail- I (try full at riuuu
Acenti furthekest lell
iiHEJTiie pacKage mtos
world. It ooota.in M
jheetj paper, 15 enveloye, ren, rennoiaer. ren
oil, patent Yard Mflafure. package of Perfumery,
and apiece ut Jewelry. SiDKle package with elu
giiit priio. post paid. 5 cents,
nnflm Soiling Imitation Gold Watch, in tba
Vl'iD-.rket. Thi i a Pure Coin Silver
JJllO liiunliugCwKd Wutrh; Koglish rolled
liold plate ;iunk $i'ffn(UI.al; Full Jeweled; Kx
pansion llalauie: Nickel Movement?; beautifully
engraved Caee : and its eiual m acpearam-e to a
tiold Watcb tbut uuKtcfrum to flOU. It eel 1 1
and trudec redily. for Irom 12) to 16 . If you
wih a watch !r your own use. or to make money
on, try tbi. Price tl7 only. We will eend thii
watb subject t examination, if you
tend I- with the order, the balance of $is you can
pay the Jt-iprtWf Cv ifthewdt-o proves atituc
I w 'W'iiniiyi isiwHsyuii)Wj,ttiu n m
Moil ! ilillllllll'
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING
i:. .i. stxFoiiu k o.
Largest and Best Selected
'"'"' . , , "
LOU FK thnri ever betore vr in tlnpwarket
Hli AoK A.i r.A..ii.niiuj t7i,it MUtK Jii
Drills, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils,
AnJ e-peoially solirit a continunnoe nf ratrtineKe
COFFIN, MARTIN & CO.,
I full nini complete, einbrncinif everything in our line. All the proiluce of the country 'hlppe 1 ro us will soM
at the highewt market prion, and cnnigmi)entH are solicitetl.
C2TWe charge our customers NO COMMISSION on sales, and. will make CASH ADVANCES to three
ivl5(kwPmo fourths the estimated value of anything consigned to us.
Dry (iooda, &c.
64 Gay St.
Vin lh 7
In tbe Dry j
kec i b ccd
bond a full
stor k of tv
the Ii R Y
he will sell
a cheap hp
for cneh.ll if
freth nnti ot
the Ut i'
at ihe low
the place, at
Attorney at Law
Commissioner of Deeds,
orrr.p.s ro bai.i
Many Desirable Properties
and takes charge or
All KnttlnMtt lt-rlHinlii(C Knl F.HtHit
Maps and Abstracts of Title
BPCIAl. iTTIJITION OITIS TO
Mining and Timber Lauds
0K0AMZATI0X OF COMPANIES AND
PLACING OF COLONIES.
THE EAST TENNESSEE LAND REGISTER
Descriptive Price List of hundreds of properties
with Mill' uf East i'rnnessee suit cn recei.it of
Okcicf First dour south of E. T. National
Back, ll6tiay Street.
WHOLrSlI.I AND KtTilL DIALER IN
BUFFALO SCALE CO.'S bCALEH
EXCELSIOR SEMI-STEEL PLOWS.
EXCELSIOR STEAM PLOWS.
Ac. ic. A.
LANE & BODLEY,
John and Water Streets., Cincinuatl.
PORTABLE tL STATIOX IUf STEAM
From two to two hundred Horse Power. Send for
illustrt'ti caulciae. rilliiawaaawtf
"Vrloloale ii ii I 3Iiimfii-tMi lntr
Stock of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South
'' ri.ri-ui in mo iiui
. , ,
Tniiu all i1im . who huve so liberally herefifore patroniied either of the old flruii
SANFORD. CHAMBERLAIN ALPgWS.
Cor - nrr and IuikIi Strertpt,
OL'Il STOCK OF
We ure uuw reviving autl liave
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF
4-SOO CASES PRIXTS.
lOO CASES 1'IECE (iOODS.
00 CASES BLEACHED DJ
MESTlCrt. IOO BALES BHOWX DOMES
TICS. Ginghams. Liarns, Altiacas, Delnins. White
(toods. Tic-kiuKs. Osnaburtff, Driib, hilinas
StripeB aud Cotton l'iuias.
Also a coiu lele line of
HOOTS AI SHOES.
Men's and Boys' K'p fcoots, Erofrans and Tic
Women's and Children' Pebble Uraiu, Kip,
Calf and Lasurg Bulmoruls.
2000 CASKS Kll HOOTS.
1000 CAfKS CALF HOOTS.
1000 CASKS Kll' liKO(AS.
500 CASKS CALF BKUMVS.
2000 CASKS WOMEN'S SHOKS.
500 CASKS ClillDKK.VS SHOES.
500 KOMiS LK.ATH KK.
A splpulid iissortinent, and eyery Lioe c in
lUetoin th.s department.
1000 Casks Men's Hats.
1O00 Cases Hoys' Hats.
1000 (;asks Ladies & Misses Hats.
500 Cases Children's Hats.
All the Novelties in Notion and every line
coujclete in thie depart lutm.
MILTON T. ADKINS,
Givea ipeeial a'tention to the examination, iter
feciiiitf aoU abstriLOtiug of hu& lilies in Morao
and aJjuiuiiig oouucie,
COLLKITIONS PROMPTLY M.4UL
Knoxville Iron Company
IJ A It I ll OIV, CAHTINGM,
KicmaitT. uoi fiaciKa,
RAILUUAD MPIKEH, I VT VAILS, k.
arniu i aaiLiaa
Coal Creek tConl tod CTk.
( Ililllttltl.AI V K tl.HI RS
iraue, we are pioJitnit !b: I'KICES SHALL
ALL BUYERS OF
(;iass, Cement. !t
A complete rifs rtn.cnt of staple Hardware.
POI Kt r CUTLEHY.
2000 Kegs ai!s.
1000 Kegs Horse Shoes.
1000 Coxes Horse .ails,
500 Coxes Axes,
5000 Reams Wrapping. Paper
In a prestt variety ti-c manuiacture lu
Tlie wlinle niiLi iii-iri-j if timt (uj
ilfte t-tock ft kii ( ral
Ever offered hi th" Snu'li rn ci'iiii'.ry
The H(lvautaj?e n'liHiiieil hy n, in
IHirchitMuir l i r.-i-t frmu
3IA I r.( TI UEKS
In Lai'e iittuntiiieH, enables ub to
I'oaipete KiiccexKfully with the largest
Ijouhhh hi the. C uiled Staten.
COWAN. NUCLUKC & CO.
HOUSE AND LOT
Concord, Knox County, Tenn.
W 0 McLin va Surah A Koon et al
lirRSl'AKTTO AN ISTERLOCl'TOHY DE
i. CKEL rnounoed in the above cause at tee
.March term lKT"v line Ch;i ncery Court at Kr.ox
viUe. Tennejste: , I will s!t in 'Vont .f ibe Cuurt
llouke Uoor in K nuxville at public auction to the
0. v SATUKDAY, Thk 17th DAY ok
JULY NEXT, AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
The House anil Lot menrit nrd and diorribed is
ibe pleailinn, situate in Knox county, Tennessee,
in the village ol' Concord, and adjoin the Ju of
JauiYS Craitf and others.
Said Bouse and Lot will be sold on a credit of
1, 2 and :j years and in br of the ritrht of redemp
tion, requirina or tbe purchaser notes with a-od
security, bearinn in'enc from date.
M L PATTKHSQN, CAM
Jun 16th. lKT-w4t