; Written for th KnoxvllI, Chronicl.
"illori t God in th highest, paac on earth,
good will toward auen."
It wm long, ayel lon ago, in tbe night
time in Judo :
Tired with watching, rung tue shepherds:
"Will the darkness nover cease?
Dark the land as night in, yet the fame old
Oh t hon wiil come our glory ?
"When will come our Savior, when His
When, they saw, lo! faraway, in the night
time in Judea,
The heavens all lighted with light more
bright than day,
And a star was westward moving, and they
cried, "Behold 1 a token ;
His answer God hath spoken ;
Star, wo follow onward where thou halt
lead tho way !"
And '.'no star, 1! kept moving in the night
time in Judea,
Till it stood, at last, above tlie place in
which a young child luy.
And tliey followed onward, doubting
imc fearing and some praying ;
But to all their hearts kept faying
" Tis the morning-tar of glory the har
Mngcir of lay I"
Then the heav'ns. crolo! w opened in the
night-time in Judea,
And a song came downward floa'.ing
floating down from Heaven to earth.
And they doubted now no longer, for they
heard the words there spoken,
But blessed the star their token
Though it marked a manger as their
Savior's place of birth.
I'H KISTHa.lt IX 1ST3.
From Tha Evening Post.
1H0M THE srANISH.
No trumpet blnst profane d
The day on which the Prince of Peace was
No bloody streamlet stained
Karth silver rivers on that sacred moin :
But o'er the peaceful plain
The war-horso drew the peasant's loaded
The HolJier had laid by
His sword, and stripped the corselet from
And hung his helm on high,
The sparrow's Winter home and Summer
And with the same strong hand
That flung the barbed spear, he tilled the
Oh lime for which we yearn !
Oh Subbath of the nations, long foretold!
Season of peace, return !
Like a late Summer when the years grow
When its tweet sunny days
Steep mead and mountaiu-eide in golden
For now two rival kings
Flaunt o"er our bleeding land their hostile
And every morning brings
The hoTcring vulture from the mountain
To where the tattle plain
Is strewn with dead, the youth and flower
Christ ie nut come while jet
O cr half the earth the threat of battle
And our own fields are wet,
BeiKHth the battle-cloud, with crimson
The life-blood of the slain,
Poured out where thousands die that ene
Vet soon, o'er half the earth,
In every temple, crowds shall kneel again
To celebrate his birth
Who brought the message cf good will to
And burets of joyous song
Shall shake the roof above the prostrate
Chribt is not come while there
Tho men ot blood, whose crimes atlront
Kneel down in act of prayer,
Amid the joyous strains, and, when they
Uo forth, with sword and ilame,
To waste thu land in His most holy Name
Oh when the dtiy shall break
UiT realms unlearned in warfare's cruel
And all their millions w ake
To tasks of peaceful hands and loving
On buch a blessed morn
Well may the nations say that Christ is
William Ci lu: Bryant.
Mai or ArrlvHla Im tbe lily.
Tlie following ia list of the arrivals
for Decerolwr -7tli at the iliirerent
Al KIN" JlOl nfc.
E. K. Winer, A. L. Hunt, N. V.; ).
B. HarrlH, DauiiriiltfH; I). K. Xeloju,
W.B. N. Joiimi, JI. A. Chauibers,
Ijoudon; Col. H. Liiiftcr, Htatefville,
N". C: V. 5. Newney, KuHMfllville; H.
ii. fietU, 'haltari'Mna; J. T. Johimlou,
levelutid: A. Wood, Dullas, Texa;
Jaun-8 I.. 1'op, Denver Citv, Colorado;
JI. A. M. HenderMju, J. inland J.r.v,
Krnkfoit, Ky.; Alii Naoaia Cox, r.
C-; H. J. rshcrVor, irginiu City, Nt
luaska: V. 15. Kunkin, ( ircenovillc; V..
A. Atleo, Texas.
t'KS j i;aj. iiil'.-i:.
W. r. (Jeers. Mix. K. M. Cliupiuuu,
Coal I'rtek ; Jos. Itakcr, Alcnton, l'a.
(i Y. Haliurt, Jlartfotd, Conu.j
Jatnm l-'rziHr, C. M. J!aler, Coul
Cretk ; P- H. Akci, Wartliurj?;
;eorge McTecr, N. C.; JI. Smith, aud
J.ady, Vu.; ). (' Wish, J. 1'. JIurzer,
Pontoic, Mich.; B. H. Htiong, McMil
lans. I.AM AK HOrBK,
JoM'ph (;iov-r, C'huttaiioogu ; M. T.
Contle, C. S. Ult ; T. J. Fouler, Nash
ville; Wlu. L. Welker. Lnudou ; J. 11.
Htejiheua, Philadelphia, Teuu ; J. F.
Watkiua, Jelteraou couuty.
Pat Cain bud a co'lored woiuau be
fore hj. Ocha Monday for mealing
some clothing She was tound over,
and gave aecurity for ber appeurauee.
ThrtaratelOme I No. Market
Tbe Whio and Chroniclh, Print
ing Office has been removed to tbe
second floor of No. 33 Market Hquare,
over B.R. Strong's grocery store, where
our friend will flnd tm In the future.
UBsostai Officii. I
K.otviLLi, Tm., Dee. 28. 1875. j
There it now a good tido in tho river, and
we look for some produce from up the
country but as the price of leading articles
continue very low, we' do riot expect any
very heavy arrivals.
Wheat remains at the same price quoted
last week, with alight shipping demand.
There is a large quantity of corn in the
country, which will be for sale, but farmers
so far are unwilling to sell at present prices.
There is nothing doing in oats.
Feathers are in light demand.
Eggs are moving slowly at IN cents per
Butter is in light demand, with a full
supply of low grades on the market.
"Whiat (Juiot; white prima $1.00al.O.
Cork Old crop, none in market ; new,
JL.ABD Firm, 15c.
Irish Potatoks aer builiel.
Hay Fair demand, 1.0Jh1.W, baled.
Loosfl trom WBions, hoa'ner lis lb.
Dried Frcit Apples, TaTic; Peaches,
quarters, &u'ic. halves, 9alOc. Blackber
Floub Dull and weak; country family,
buying, $76a3.00; soiling, 3 HOa3.o.3 ; ex
tra, buying, 3'J.60a'J75; soiling, $J.7oa
8 00. Knoxville City Mills, " our standard
family," $1.S5; Pearl Mills family, $3.10;
City Mills family, $2.95; Pearl Mills extra,
Bacon Hams, 12Jal3; clear sides, 13;
Grass Skkd Blue grass. 1.60; herds
grass, $1.762.00: orchard grass, $2.75;
timothy, $4.00; clover. $10.00.
FiATHiaa Declined;; prime, 50 ; mixed,
Btjttir Choice to fancy, 12lc5.
Eoos Declined, lSc.
Kaos Cotton, 2i.
Bisswii 27a'28e per pound.
Tobacco 'lennessoe leaf, 6al2c.
GiKstao $1.05al 00.
Sinika Snaki In domand, 55a00c.
Yellow Root Dull, 6c.
Wool Washed, 40 unwashed 2 c tier lb.
Fur? But few offering and prices nomi
nal. LIT duct Mnrkvi.
KncreilU, D'C S
HOQs. The pork packing season is about over
and we reduce our quotations for bona to
6 cents for the best.
Hogs, gross weighing from 150 to 250 lbs,
5ji6 cents; from 250 and upwards, CaOJ ;
dressed hogs from 7 to 71 cents.
There is an ample supply on tho market,
and we have no changes in prices. Extra
smooth steers at 3; fat cattle, 21 to '21 ; com
mon to good, it to 21.
Sheep are in fair demand. No. 1, 31c.
fat, 2ta3c. ; common to fair, $1.502 00 a
There Is no change in drugs for the week.
We quote leading articles as follows :
Sptn. Turpentine V r 6V; Alcohol 12.75
Linseedoil.raw, gl.l Iod. l'ola-a., r ...
da do boiled 1.10 ChloratePta8i."rlD 70
Tanners1 Oil, Veal 7oft75 Essences, t do, .r4)
Lard Oil. bait, V gat 1 .2 symtdiyx. vdot 4.00
Coal Oil (al Hart's Keliefvtdnt l.m
Orain Perper. Y tt it Paper Twine, tb
Madder. tb 1 be Wrap Paper, bdl. S ii
Indigo, B l,Ui 1.25 Wrap Paper. bdl.M J5
Opium, V lb 10) do do do L (H
Morphine. V os-.... 7,0u.da, tV. ............ co
Aniline. V dm. oe lioraz. f lb 2
r',. . m Tv j l - i i-. '.. tH j .
Concent'dlLra V ease 17 Kit. Logwood tb 2(vJe
Knoivtlle Lumber Harkel,
Kough boards and scantling, $12.00
36-00 per 1,000 feet.
Clear seasoned plank, $20.0025.00
Dressed weather boarding. $18.J0a20.l)0.
Black walnut, green, $XI.0Ub'.5.CJ; sea
Oalt posts sawca tapering, we eacr.
Kough cedar posts, 20 to 2oo.
Tapered cedar posts, 30 to 40c.
Sawed laths per thousand, 3.00a3.&o.
Sawed sbinglvs, $3.lJa4.ll0.
Shaved shinnies, $ i.50a4.0U.
Kooxvlllo Betall Market.
Kkoxvilli, Decembur -4.
Apiiles dried lol-",r -Mola.su -VigTv? fil
Apples groen "0 Meal, p. bu."h iiuni
Butter, -"i. f& Nuils, UKiJjflb
Beans. "r bush Oats, ? bu-h 4.itSii
liran V bushel, '' " iheat,'wtri"ci4ll
bacon, ham., c lvrV t1 Onions, l.tiy "pbui.h
" country, lVU"'-,rf l,oultry, bik'il-I.ya.2r)
sides, IVtfli.i'rrt " dacks,lt):'Xjii
shoulders, l-M M geese, --V)
Beeswax, 3i'V.r turkeysTj-o l.Vr
beet green. ".r !iir" Peas, dried.tl.l' " 1
dried, fy" yt Potatoes 't. bl-- t
Candle. ! "! i " Iri-h. "i
Coal Oil, frugal Powder. 4""i M't-ft
Coffee. 2 J"v" Peachef.dricd.lti" l1-
Cheere, svnnrrlb Ki-e f V'Mr
Cotton Varm. 1''-' buirnr, crushed, V!t.Ir)
C'irn, "is " cofl..-e. Wy 14
Cabbage, f" ." " yellow, lJ- 12J i
Egrs. " nrowo.
i'l'ur, fimily, '.7' n 4.i Foap. V bar ' "10c
do extra. i.2Va ;..V) Salt.'fiiu k. 1 VIJO
tin superliuc, '..f, i Syrup, 7 ''rg:i
Fi.-b, freb, 'i lnlt) !-hot, IVo, 1,
do cod, wt !!. Tea, green. I.-'rr.
do mackerel, "-wlirni ..g bla?k.6 fell.zMt.
Feather.. lb ji j Tar. j'-'rin.l
liav. !s ' ti.lt ewt l'aib.w. V It. S'
Lard. I lb iiL'o Vinegar, gal
Vt lu.l-KHle iirnrerr Market.
Ki'igviLLg, December -s
Prime to cdoica1 .u,,-, yuwn oiie , Vi
Kugar .Maiiiiu.ia f ou
Hard sugar. .12'jal't xsoxvai.E BOAi-rarT'v
Co8,e 11 iJ., I.:.undrv-v. re b' xes
ell.,wC l"..i' ;. nclle
Deiuarura ii;il Puraljn ? r,
i 0 l"a'.l :ar, ;ull weight ..s
Comm n ...
I'rime to chuii-e..
luipc-rial .. .
C')!i.iii-n II in rV'a''i ! '
! iiri.'h! 11 in
ti 1 y. ' in
1 ahey llrarjdi..
Ml 11 II
1..I P'k't liarn '.x.. ft T
-" ;i in
All brand. 3iVUV M
Inl i! ., S F. flat V,
in MafliUatl Va v
but h Mddr loaH
I'll n lied ooU
Kliut aud Leatl
Sardines ' ca.eV.7aJU
Z ni r'ea'.-hea i dus
tu cuia i-ase
Piue Apple, r ca-eu 11
2 Tou.ati.as""'. 2 Si''. Buawlrlra
fev-tpauralMl -1 Ur Kalsins : 75
do ifc.licaj aiytr Paper ii, 6i.7'e
Klce Twine '.-OaMic
Carolipa jOe r JBIa'kina;.-..".
g'auiily Hi box Pari t Mulchsf grli t
Times, Deeember 34th.
GRAIN, TLOI R AKD RAT.
Corn On the wharf, 45 to 46 cents
depot, CO cents.
Wheat $1.00 to 1.25.
Oats No quotations.
Hags 2 bushel Burlaps, 11c.
Flour Superfine, bbl., $5.25; extra,
$6.00; family, $6.25 ; fancy, $7.25.
Corn Meal In gacks, 60c.
Hay Domestic, $20.00a22.00.
Bulk Meats Clear sides, 131al4 cents;
Hogs Fine, 7 cents.
Macon Country, no quotations.
Hams Sugar-cured, 16c.
Lard Leaf canned, 14 cents.
Beef Cattle 2J to 8 cents.
Beans Per bushel, $1.25a2.50.
Peas Per bushel, 80a90 eents.
Apples Per pound, dried, 7 cents.
Peaches Dried, RJalO cents.
Butter Per lb., 25a.30c.
Poultry Chickens, 16a25c.; turkeys, 75c
Eggs Per dor,, 20c.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Ken York Market
Xkw York, Dec. 27.
Money easier, 3c. Sterling quiet, 6J.
Gold cloned at $1.12;al.lj. Govern
ments dull and better; new 5's, Jl.lbA.
States quiet and nominal.
Cotton, per nail, 6ia3 1112; per
Flour dull and sliirhtly easier with a
limited Inquiry; auperfine Western
and State, b4 oOa4.00; Southern Hour
quiet and unchanged ; common to fair
extra, -.00aii 00 ; good to choice extra.
Jii.00aS.57. Wheat a little better ex
port de -land, wiui prices still in buy
ers' favor; commou new winter red
Western. $l,15al.lS: white Western.
$1.40. Com, new, a shade firmer; old
without a decided chancre ; 68a"0 for
graded old mixed Western afloat ; un
graded old Western mixed held at 74,
buyers 7a ; new yellow Southern, 001.
Oats a little more active and un
changed ; mixed Western and State,
4oa4S; white do., 4(aoT. Coll'ee, Kio,
dull and lower ; cargoes, lo!al9. cold ;
job lota, ltia20, gold. Sugar quiet:
talr to good retlamg, b ; prime refined
steady, 8;; standard, 10; granulated
ana powdered, 10 ; crushed, lOalOj.
Molasses, r ew Uneans, dull and un
changed. Bice dull and unchanged.
Tallow steady, 10. Pork dull and un
settled; uninspected new mess, $20.90;
prime mess, $19.50. Lard dull ; prime
steam, 12ial2 15-ld. Whisky more
Baltimore. Dec. 27. Oats ouiet
and heavy; Southern, 40a50. Rye dull
and nominal, 80aSo. Provisions quiet
and steady ; new mesa pork, $21.00a
.1.50: uulK meats, packed family, ac
tive and steady ; shoulders, lOalO) ;
clear rib, l.'ial.'f ; bacou, hams, uu
chauged; lard dull; refined, l.'H.
Coffee dull and heavy; jobbing;, 172a
20V. Huear quiet and liriu. WLii.iky,
Ht. Louis. Slarkel.
Loris, Dec. 27. Klour quiet
ar.d weak, with very little doins.
W heat dull and heavy ; No. 2 red, full,
according to quality aud locution,
S1.37.al.:;il bid ; No. 1 white, fall, 1.20.
Corn dull and lower; No. mixed,
3a:i9 ; closed with 37j bid. Oats
firmer but inactive; No. 2, S4. Itice
steady, C7a071. Barley quiet aud un
changed. 1'ork inactive and lowei,
otl'ered at Sl'J.50. Iard dull and nom
inal. Bulk meats dull ttnd unchanged.
Bacon quiet and unchanged. Green
meats dull; live hogs strong and
higher; supply light and little doing ;
;ood to choice, .70a7.00 ; extra, $7.10.
Cattle entirely nominal no supply, no
demand. Receipts : Hour, 7,000 bbls.;
wheat, 15,000 bushels; corn, 10,200
bushels; oats, lti.OOO bushels ; barley,
0,000 bushels; rye, 10,000 bushels ; cat
tle, 271; hogs, ISo.
Loi.'l.sviLLE, Dec. 27. Flour and
grains quiet and unchanged,
doing, irovlsions nrmer.
Bulk meats, shoulders, 71a72: clear
rib sides, lo',al0; ; clear sides, lOalO ;
all ten to fifteen days in salt. Bacon,
clear rib sides, 12 ; hams, sugar cured,
IjI, packed. I.urd, tierce, HallJ;
keg, 1414J. Whisky quiet aud un
changed, si. 11. Bagging quiet and
27. Flour dull
but unchanged. Wheat dull and ilrooti
ing, j 12"ial.:;o. Corn easier, 4iia47.
Oats dull, ttoal,;. Barley quiet and
steady; No. 2 spring, 1.1 lal.ls. Kye
dull and unchanged. Pork firmer,
tJO.OO cash; $21.00, buyer for March.
Lard dull ; steam 12',al2o-li; kettle, 1:J
al::1,. Bulk meats quiet and unchang
ed ; greeu meats tinner ami held high
er, t. Hogs quiet and steady, fair to
gooil packing, a;. Keceipts, 2, On;
shipmentn, ;i'A. Whiaky steady, a
lair tleniauil, -l.l'l. lintter rteaily, a
fair ilemaud ; choice, 2"ia2S.
Chancery Court at Knoxville.
St. iuIi, Van 'Jildcr 1 Henderson vs 11 K llowarter
I IT AI'PKAKISfJ FItOM Til S lit LI.. WHICH
1 is .viorn to, mat the dfeD'lnt 11 h llowtftrtcr
ii a residi lit of the Slate of Illinois and a non
resident ot the h;atot Tennessee, it is ordered
thai tbe detecdant aboe named appear beiore
the Ciian"ery Court at Knoxvill, 'J onnetu, on
the li .Monday in Fei.ru irv next, l7'j, ami
make Jeicn-e to the bill ni.-J io thhi e.m.e, or the
i Mice Kill be taKea p.r tontto.ed. Jiim nou:e
Will L. f joiipuvu in mo nuwi , u e 111,1, HI,1
tftroni. 1-! fr lour iui--;Mive week. A true
i l i'ATn:r.so.v. cjlm.
1! V," A i.iMnii. l) (.' 4 JI.
re'eu.h.T it. ) 7 a ii-i'-v t
Chancery Court at Knoxville.
NViil alii I'i" ii'-r vs. Tne 8;. Louij LiJo Insurance
Companj ct al.
IT APPKAUIN0 FROM Til K WHICH
I is . worn to. tbat the dcfcndaiiU, 7 be b'. Louis
Lilo Insurance Coinpany.bt. Louis Mutual Lite
Insurance Cornpany, W. T.belby and W.C. Jam
son are non-residents of the hut of Tenaea.ee.
it is ordered that the defendants above named
.pi-ear lie lore tb Cbaneerg Court at Knox
t ule, Tennanee. on the 1st Mon lar ia t'rb
roarr next, and make dnfeaa to tbe
bill filed in this cause. r the aaina will
be taken (or onfeaeed. This notice will be
published in tbe Knoxville Whig and Chronicle
for four tuooeeeiva weeka. A true copy -atteat.
Rf W A (i.LasiiTU. II CAM.
December 'Ph l74 ii-tw4l
Chancery Court at Knoxville.
Aaron Armstrong vs Hannah Bell et al and John
W Pratt and wife vs Aaron Arnmrong et al.
BILL AND CROSS BILL.
XT APPEARING FROM THR CROSS BILL,
whioh is sworn to, that the dafendant -Bell
it a non-rrsident of the Slate of J enneafee.
it is ordered that tbe defendant above named
appear before the Chancery Court at Knoiville,
Tennessee, on tha lt Monday in February neit,
U7ii, and make defense to the bill Gltd in this
eane, or the same will be taken for confessed.
ThU notice will be published in the KnoiviU
Whii and Chronicle for four consecutive weeks.
A true copy Attest:
M L PATTERSON, CAM.
Br W A GLaiiTH. D C A M,
Drrember 2H, 1875 xiiJw4t
fll.lSCERY SALE OF ViLlABli;
LAD NKAE KNOXVILLE.
Mary E. Farrand vs M. P. Chapin.
IJURSt'ANT TO A DECREE OF THKCHAN
oery Court at Knoxrille, in tbe ahore cave
proncunced at the September Term, lo". I will
sell at public auction to tbe nirhert bMder in
front of the Court House door in Knoxville
0b Saturday the 22 day of January
next, at II O'clock A. M., 1876,
The tract of I find mentioned and ieserilet
in the I'loadine, )yux in the I4tti civil
dintnct of Knox county, ftdjuininir tho Innd ni
John JoncH and nt'i", on the Fouth iie of Jlol
'on river, and in ii nt ui Gay street, containing
about ten acres.
Said sale will be made on acredit of mix nmnths
and in bar of the right of redemption, tatting fr wi
the, purcbH'cr a note with good security bearing
interest front date, ad rtUiniDjr a lien on the
land as further security.
M. I. PATTERSON, C. k M.
Chancery Sale of a Tract of
Joseph VI. Davis vs. S. II. Shamblin.
1VRSCASTTO A DECREE OK THE CUAN
1 oery I'ourt at Knoxville, in the abnve can.e
pronoonced at the October term, 1 will sell
at publio auction to the highest bidder, in front
of the Court llouae door in Knoxville,
On Saturday the 22 Day o( January
Next, at 11 O'llock, A. M., 1876.
The tract of land mentioned and described in tbe
pleadings lyins in 3th civil nigtrict of Knox
county, Tonneiue. adjoin'.oe: the lands of Dr.
James K"dgers, Jordnn Hharer, John Linkenfelt
er and ethers, containing lu acres more or less.
a'ul sale will be made upon a credit of ri and 12
months and in b;ir of the right of redemption.
Taking notes with good security fr the purchase
money and retaining a lien on the land until the
same is fully paid.
M. L. PATTERSON, C. & M.
Pecember -2, ls7" wit-
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