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'.Von! For RentFor Sate Boarding Lost Found
tciJJJbe inserted in tkU column at 25 Cents exch in
srtton, not exceeding five line t orer Jive line, 3
Centsor each additional lint Kill be charged.
TI7-ASTEI-BY A YOUNG MAN .OF GOOD
moral charact r--a graduate of Baltimore Com
mercial College who is a fina peaman and familiar
with book-keeping- in all iti branches, a situation as
book-keeper, clerk or talesman in some house in Knox
rille. Can furnish best of references. Salary not an
object. Address, II., Chronicle office.
"ITA VFED. WE WISH TO PURCHASE ANY
?? quautitv of Whkat, Cor and Oats, for
which the highest Market Price will be paid in cash.
Bring on roar Grain to WILSON k, CO.,
dee 4-tf McGhee Block.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 7, 1871.
TTEIWIS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Fer week, delivered by carrier,.
Per month. " " "
For 3 months, " "
For 6 months, " " " ..
One year, " " .
The Largest Circulation T any
in Et Tennessee.
A lot of fine pickles for sale by the dozen.
jftii4-0t Spiro & Bko.
French Twist and Rye Broad to be hud fresh
cYry morning at the Bakery of
Country Merchants ri11 find it to their in
terest to examine lleald & Locke's stock.
"We learn that the river mail will be carried
by the steamer Lucy Coker, instead of the ITugh
Anti-School Whisk j.
Au enthusiastic Van Gilder mau was boasting
on the fctrccts yesterday that he had plenty of
whisky for the use of voters to-day.
We arc requested to say that Robert Kennedy
is nut a candidate for Alderman in the Seventh
Ward, as has been reported.
To the Judges of Election.
"Will the Judges of the election keep a mem
orandum of the tickets with "free schools on
t hem ? Wo. would like to know how many of
these tickets are cast.
A mon? the arniv officers retired in the War
Department order, issued Tuesday, as given in
r i . . ,i
me uaiurnorc ocm, we imu m na:; r. ivi
officers retired because of honorable wounds
received in battle, 2d Lieut. Samuel Walker, of
Died of His Injuries
John Coleman, who was wound .d in a lrseas
in Chattanooga on Monday night by a man
named Martin, died-in that place yesterday from
the effects of the iniurics received. Coleman
lately resided in Knoxville.
Last nicht at Spiro's Hall was a ind, pleasant
affair. Wo dropped iu for a moment and all
were enjoying themselves to the utmost. Mr.
Casey, in the role of manager, knows how to
make time pass agreeably.
Would Look Into It.
.See here, Jinv' said a Southwestern Judge
to a noted desperado, who had killed his third
man that week, "if you kill any more fellows
while court is in session, the grand jury will
hare to look into it."
Ben. Clark was arrested at Joncsboro' the
other day, charged with complicity in stealing
clothing and money from a man who was shot
At Euan's Station some time asro. The Sheriff
of Washington county had Clark's description,
and by a little Jinesse, made him acknowledge
his identity, when he at once seized and lodged
him in jail.
You will find a nice article of Irish Potatoes,
Hominy, Krout, Beans, Peas, Dried Teaches,
, Dried Pears, Dried Apples, Flour, Buck Wheat
Flour, Dried Cherries, Prune', Raisin?, Syrup,
&c, for Sunday eating, at
J. L. llCDIBUR-'f,
West side Market Square.
The Third Ward.
The Germans of the city, .a prosperous and
numerous class, are entitled to a representation
in our City Council. Mr. T. M. Schleier, one
of their number, is a candidate for Alderman in
the third Ward, and we hope he will be elected.
Ho docs not run as a partisan, btit favors a pru
rlrnt snfn administration of the city's affairs.
lie is a warm advocate of
system, and is an honest man.
the free school
Advertising' Medium iu East
The lucen .Sisters.
A larger audience than that of the previous
night, witnessed the performance of the (,uc.ii
Shters last evening. The programme was ex
cellent, and Miss Laura, in the " Honeymoon,''
thnw-prl how excmnlarv a wife can be if she
well. The programme throughout was admira-
, . -.7 "n ..,,:...
The characters wero well sustained, and
will say, without exaggeration, that this
troupe is deserving of the public patronage.
Mr. J. B. Iloxsic.
The nomination of Mr. J. ri. iioxsic in tnc
Sixth Ward is a good one, and we hope he will
be elected. He runs, like Mr. W . A. Hender
on, upon the basis of economy in the city ad
ministration, and for a public school system.
Mr. Hoisie is unqualifiedly in favor of city
schools, and w ill make an efficient Alderman.
His interests in the city insure that he will be a
v igilant and faithful guardian of its prosperity.
Mrs. Morrow, living near Jonesboro', met
with a terrible accident on Christmas day. Her
horse becoming iinmanagable, reared up and
fell backward, crushing the lady to the earth m
a shocking mannor. She was immediately cared
for bv her friends who were accompanying her.
The most singular thing about the unfortunate
occurrence, i the fact that the infant which she
was carrying in her arms escaped almost entire
ly unhurt. t
vo!n T D. Bearden has just opened -at
V.- t " -
the old Tea Hong, on Market S iuareuone of the
vt Tmlfe of family groceries ever
Wnrht to this city, embracing sugars, cofiees,
t. cheese, pearl barley, riee, salt fish, includ
ing the moat delieious smoked halibut, canned J
fgh fruit and vegetables, preserves,aneu iruus; i
also a complete stock of wooden ware, and in J
f ir everylhin" to be found in a hrst-claes lami-
lv trrocerv house. Captain liearden win open
- U who want groreiies with the du-
:rV'm o nnt-nf it.
Difficulty in a Bar Room.
Last night, about ten o'clock, a disgraceful
eecne was enacted in Keibler's bar room, in
which B. C. Camp was very seriously injured
by M. V. Bridwell.: The facts, as we learn, are
substantially theso : Caip was in the room
leaning on the counter talking, when Bridwell
entered, and approaching from behind, slruck
Camp three terrific blows with brass knuckles,
or some metalic weapon, cutting his head dread
fully and fracturing his jawbone.
Camp was perfectly crazed by the blows, and
ran into the back room. Bridwell then left
without molestation. Mr. Camp was removed
to the residence of Capt. M. D. Bearden, and
his wounds dresse-l by .a surgeon.
A short time ago Camp and Bridwell had a
difficulty, in which the former rather got the
better of Bridwell, and the latter took this
method of obtaining revenge. For this oflen.e
he has never been brought to trial, the police
never having been able to see him, and they say
they have gone to his place of business repeated
ly for the purpose of arresting him, and as a
matter of course, they could not arrest him last
night, as none of them saw the difficulty, and
the Recorder had gone home and they ceuld
not take him without a warrant- " '
A Cutting Affray.
A lrcadful affray took plaee in Shirrit's Cove,
Greene county, la.t Saturday night, resulting in
a man being cut and stabbod in a srightful man
ner. The Greeneville Sentinel gives the follow
ing account of the difficulty :
There was a social sratherin? at the house of
Daniel "Wills, and during the progress of affairs,
ill feeling's that had formcrlv existed between
the Wills and the Kellers were revived and a
quarrel ensued. Robert Will, attacked Andy
J. Keller, and was by him knocked down,
when Jacob Wills, Jr., "Watson Vernon and
Silas llamb drew their knives and joined in the
attack on Andy Keller, inflicting thirteen
frightful gashes, literally cutting him almost to
pieces, Une stroke of a knife partially severed
the large neck vein of Keller, which discharged
a gallon of blood before it could bo staunched.
Keller, when last heard from, was in a dying
condition. The attacking parties were under the
influence of liquor. Only one of the cruiltv par
ties was arrested.
Hon. John M. Cordell, of .Scott county, is in
Dr. Wheeler, tcnioi editor of the Joncsboro'
Herald and Tribune, is in town.
The Bristol Seys pays the following deserved
compliment to Capt. II. .S. Chamberlain, Presi
dent of the Kuoivillc Iron Company :
lie is one of the very flncstbusiness men in East
Tenne.se-, and has done more to develops the
iron and coal interests in that section than any
other gentleman with whom we are acquainted.
c have had heavy transactions with his com
pany during the past throe years, with the most
Iheir Iron is very superior and the
quality and price of nails manufactured by them
is such as has insured their introduction
throughout a vast extent of territorv. Thev
have invested a large amount of honey in
Knoxville, and have infused into its business
channels a decree of enerjrv previously un
For information of voters, we publish the fol
lowing boundaries of Wards, as re-districtcd by
the present City Council, Wards all beginning
at Gay street, and extending east and west to
the corporate limits, except the 8th Ward :
First Ward Beginning at the river, running
can witu uumueriana street.
Second Ward From the river, runniir west
with Cumberland street
Third Ward From Cumberland to Clinch
street, running east.
l'ourth W aru t rem Cumberland to Clinch
street, running west.
iiith Ward Jrrom Clinch to inc. runnine
with Mabry street, cast.
Sixth Ward rom Clinch with Viae to Sec
ond Creek, west.
Seventh vard From Crozicr and Mabry
streets, to the corporate limits, north and east.
.Eighth Ward rom Crozier street west, em
bracing the depots, railroad shops and what is
known as North Knoxville.
Eaat Tennessee Railroads
The Quartermaster General gives the follow
ing statement of the indebtedness of our East
Tennessee railroads to the United State. Gov
ernment on the 1st of July, 1870 :
East Tennessee and Georgia Balance princi
pal unpaid July 1, lfcJTO, S3oO,447 .8: total prin
cipal, interest and expenses unpaid July 1,1870,
$371,740 21 ; terms of payment : interest payable
monthly in money: company to be credited
postal and transportation service : suit pending.
East Tennessee and Virginia Balance prin
cipal unpaid July 1, 1870, $249,228 81: total
principal, interest, and expenses unpaid July 1,
1870, $., 407 44; terms of payment: due Jan
uary 4, le0: suit pending.
Knoxville and Kentuekj- Balance principal
unpaid July 1,1870, 9,544 89; total principal,
interest and expenses unpaid July 1, 1870, $9,-
805 57. terms of payment: due August 20,
i. o. o. r.
The installation of the officers elected and ap
pointed took place last evening at the Lodge
Room, Grand Master Rodgers, and D. G. M.
Washburn officiating. The following are the
officers for the present term:
EAST TENNESSEE LODGE, NO. 34.
James M. Homer, N. G.: James O. Allen, V.
G.; S. C. Morley, Secretary ; Sam. B. Luttrell,
Per. Secretary; J. S. Waters, T..
KNOXVILLK LODGE, NO. loS.
S. D. J. Lewis, N. G.; W. F. Miller, V. G.;
Sinners Van Gilder Secretary ; J. Nelson, Per.
Secretary; James Gilbert, 1.
Death by Drowning;.
The Greeneville Sentinel says that Moses K.
Jones, a well known citizen of Greene county.
was found dead in Chucky river, about four
miles south of Greeneville, on the28th ult., sup
posed to hate been drowned. On the evening
previous, ubout nightfall, he was seen goiug to
wards the river on his way homeward. His
horse returning homo without its ridor, search
was mado in the morning, and above the ford of
the river, in water not more than eighteen inch
es in depth, he was found with his head beneath
and his feet above the iee. His head was l uis-
ed and his saddle was found on the opposite side
of the river.
Last night a large number of the supporters
of Col. Mariner marched through the principal
streets of the city in procession, bearing trans
parencies inscribed with mottoes significant as
regards municipal affairs, and showing light on
the manner in which they had been conducted.
One of the most apposite was
"Our Maj'or's salary. S Improvements in
Another, "Dig Down Your Streets."
The procession Avas preceded by the Brass
Band, which discoursed stirring music.
An exchange asks if the verb "is" being sin-
gular and "are" its plural, does itjfollow that
Arabella is tne piurai oi isaoeiia, ana musi ine
latter necessarily be as singular in disposition as
jn number, and H so, must Araoeua always be
a married woman, lsaoena Deing emgier
Subscribe for the Oiroxiox
To the Voters of Knoxville.
Having been repeatedly solicited by the
friends of education and by citizens without re
ference to party, to reconsider my determina
tion, as announced some duys ago, not to be
come a candidate for 3Iayor, I have concluded
to do so ; and, in response to the wishes of
friends, hereby announce myself as the "Citi
zens' Free School," candidate for Mayor. - In
doing this, I am actuated only by a desire to
further the cause of general education, and, if
elected, will not only do all within my power in
this behalf, butjwill do my utmost to give an
economical, prudent and fair administration of
municipal affairs. - A; S. Mariner.
Knoxville, December 24, 1870.
At the solicitation of friends I hereby au
nounco myself as a candidate for Mayor at "the
ensuing January election
nov 18-tde R. M. Bkarden.
We are authorized to announce S. T. Atkin
as a candidate for Alderman in the First Ward.
To the Voters of the Second Ward.
1 am a candidate for Alderman in your Ward,
and ask your votes for one who will favor, if
elected, economy in expenses, but liberality in
reel improvements and Free Schools.
janG-'71 J. A. Rayl.
At the solicitation of many friends, I hereby
announce myself as a candidate for Alderman
of the Second Ward of the city of Knoxville, at
the election on Saturday, Jauuary 7, 1871.
M. F. Smith.
To the Voters of the Third Ward. -
Having been solicited through the columns of
the Chronicle to become a candidate for Al
derman for the Third Ward, I have, after per
sonal solicitation from many voter, consented
to become such a candidate. I make the race
not as a party man, for I think that elections
for municipal offices should be upon the merits
of the candidates. I am in favor of city im
provements, of an economical administration of
corporation offairs, and decidedly favorable to
a thorough system of public schools for the
children of the city. I shall be glad to receive
the support of the friends of these measures.
T. M. ScnlEiEK.
Alderman for the Sixth Ward.
In answer to inquiries of many voters, I will
saj-, that I accept the call and take this occasion
to announce myself a candidate for Alderman
for the Sixth Ward. - J. B. Hoxsie.
Alderman for the Sixth Ward.
Wc are authorized by W. A. Henderson,
Esq., to say that he is a candidate for re-election
as Alderman from the Sixth Ward. Mr. Hen
derson makes the race at the earnest solicitation
of many of the heaviest tax-payers of the city.
He has been a faithful member of the Board,
and of all our political opponents wo do
not know of one we would rather see in the
Board than Mr. Hn lerson.
To the Voters of the Seventh Ward.
I take this occasion to say that I am a candi
date for Alderman from the Seventh Ward. I
am a Republican and in favor of an honest, eco
nomical administration of the affairs of the city
and would be glad to have j our votes.
We are authorized to announce John S. Wa
ters and Fatrick Sullivan as candidates for Al
dermen in the Seventh Ward.
We are authorized to announce M. D. Sulli
van as a candidate for Alderman in the Eighth
Wc are authorized to announce Mr. James
Smith a candidate for re-election to the office of
Alderman in the 8th Ward, on the free school
F. Heart, and Bro., have removed their splen
did ictock of ready-made clothing to their new
Store, two doors north of Bradley's corner,
where they will be pleased to meet with their
old customers and as many new ones, as choose
to favor them with a call. dec 31-d 6t
For Rent. ; ?
The store-room on Gay street, in front of the
Chronicle office. Apply to
dec7-tf M. J. Children.
John Scherf has fine fresh Oysters from Nor
folk which come packed in ice. Received fresh
ever day 75 cts. per can. sept23tf.
Pure Drugs and Chemicals, at Heald fc
Locke's, Whig Building. . dec22-tf
Heald & Locke offer at low prices a few
hundred boxes of window glass assorted sizes.
Glue, Sand Paper, etc., at Hcald .; Lock c's
Whig Building. dcc22-tf
The country seems to be filled with Specifics
for the cure of Lung Diseases, that one scarcely
knows which to use, for want of confidence in
their medical properties ; but from the remark
able cures and the high order and extraordinary
efficacy of Allen's Lung Balsam, that we arc
compelled to regard the evidences of our senses,
and confidently state for Cough and Cold, and
that Hydra-headed Monster Consumption, wc
think that preparation a safe and certain cure
that is now before the public.
For sale by all Medicine Dealero. janl-lm
. Anderson Connty Coal.
The Knoxville Iron Company are now pre
pared to deliver the very best Lump Coal, for
family use fresh screened every day.
The scrip issued to the employees of the com
pany will bo received the same as cash. No
orders for less than 10 bushels will be delivered
free. No orders will be filled, unless accompa
nied with the money or scrip except from per
sons with whom the Company has .exchanged
accounts. . '
Office and Yard at the Rolling Mill.
Orders received at Chamberlain & Albers, Old'
Drug Store, Gay Street, and at Albers & Co.'s
Drug Store, Market Square.
Coal and ood delivered promptly
.-irtrvj.r ir t j."
Kkoxville Iron Company.
Onr Job Office.
We yesterday received from the manufac
turers, a Gordon's Card, Circular and Bill-Head
Press. It is one. of the most complete presses
ever brought to this city, and we are now pre
pared to do all kind of job work on the shortest
notice, and in the best style. Mr. Haws, the
foreman of our job office, is one of the most
compete! printers in the State, and can do
Tvork of any kind. We solicit work of all kinds.
Forty sacks of Buckwheat Flour just reeeiyed
and for sale by
novlS-tf Geo. M. White & Son.
Cold ! Colder ! I Coldest I ! I
To consumers ofcoalylwhih to say that I have
plenty of COAL and WOOD to supply the en
tire community, in any emergency. I do not
advertise to deliver coal promptly at 20 cents
per bushel, and fail to do it in twenty-four hours,
for want of coal, but I keep plenty on hand, and
deliver the same promptly, to all who favor me
with thetr orders. My coal is from the original
Wilcox 4' Company Mines, of Coal Creek, and
has no equal in this market. ,;
Send along your orders, accompanied by ln
casli, aud you will get your coal promptly,
dec 25-dtf A. S. Mariner.
All persons indebted to Dr. A. C. Putnam are
hereby notified to come forward and make pay
ment, Longer indulgence cannot be given.
J. W. Cruze, Agent for
declS-tf Dr. A. .C. Putnam.
Ileal d & Locko have in store -pure White
Lead and Linseed Oil, at low prices. dec22-tf
A good supply of Teas always on hand at
novlS-tf. Geo. M. White & Son's.
Wc Sincerely Relieve
That the mother who neglects to provide MRS.
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP lor her
suffering child, is depriving the little sufferer of
the remedy of all the world best calculated to
give it rest and restore it to health. There is
not a mother who has ever used it but what will
tell you at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest and health to the child, and is per
fectly safe in all cases.
Be sure and call for
"MRS. WINSLO W S SOOTHING SYRUP."
Having the facsimile of "Curtis & Per
kins"' on the outside wrapper. All others are
base imitations. jan 3-dlw-wlt
The finest as-sortment of confectioneries and
cakes always to be found at Srino & Bro's.
Mew Orleans Sugar.
A choice article to correspond with the de
cline in sugars at Jonx L. Hcdiburo's,
jan 1-tf Temple's Block, Market Square.
Will be paid to any one detecting a cent's
worth of goods being sold on credit, at retail,
from and after this date.
dec29-tf R. S. Payne Sc Co.
Old Carriages and Buggies remodeled, repair
ed, trimmed and painted in first-el&ss style by
J. II. Reynolds,
(Successor to Cross & Reynolds,)
dee21-lm Cleveland, Tennessee.
Knoxville Wholesale Market.
lievUio of the Produce Market for the tceek
ending January 3d, 1871.
Corslcted by J. W. GAUT, Market Sqcark.
Knoxville. January 8, 1371.
There has bcon no material chnnje in the market
since our last report. The grain market is brisk.
Corii, oats, and wheat are ia demand at fair prices.
. There has been some inquiry ia regard to bulk meat
and lard, and some fchirred at low price?.
The dried fruit trado is about exhausted. Some few
apples remain in the country yet, but there is little de
mand for thera. Teaches would bring a fair rrice if
we could get them.
In wheat, we quote to-day : Good white wheat,
well cleaned, would bring $ 1.00 per buhel, while an
inferior article not move than 70S-50e. Red and Walk
er wheat will sell at S0S5c., owing to the quality.
Wc still continue to buy Bone, and want all we can
Wheat is readily taken at i)5&1.00 for prime white,
S0Soc. for red. a to quality, and 90695 for Walker or
Amber, as to quality.
Corn At the present time there is a limited local de
mand at 4($o0 cents loose, and 62J(;C5 cents sacked.
Oats Firm and in demand at 35Ji c. loose; sacked
in depot by car load 45&17K-C.
Flovh Limited supply. The local trade is supplied
at 2.753.00 per sack. The shipment of this article to
the South wili depend much upon railroad freights.
Bacox No sales. Market unsettled.
Lard 12al2Mc. for shipment on cars.
Fkatheks Fair demand at 6065c.; for prime mixed
BtTTEP. Ample supply. lS20c.
Eggs Worth 18(g20c. Packed for shipment 22
Irish Potatoes Dull. But little demand for ship
ment. Green Appi.es Well selected, large, smooth apples
are wanted at 1o(HM per bushel, for shipment.
Beef Cattle Our butchers continue to pay 2r3.,
Mutton Worth 32.003.00 per head.
Pork Hogs Nominal. It is thought 66Vic. grow,
paid for early slaughtering.
KnoxTille Retail Market.
Appks-uricd 68 -fib Lard. ?tb im
green,..6075bn. Molasses, gal...60(
Beet on hoof
25(3-30 Meal, new bus.50$
.16V316?. Oats, bus 45&
.?5f0 tb wt 7
....2H33?Io Tens-stock, bus5i tf)
20 " white, do 1.00
... .25 30? R Potatoes sweetbu Wt 80
25?.Ib Peaches dricd.fib. m 19
Cotton Yarnsi,doz,?13M6 Rice, lb... 12tf3 15
Corn, new- Kur'ba Sugar crushed, 18
Chickens, each 20&25 " extra C...165l7
Eggs, 'doz lo20 " PR 15
Flour variable..V2.503.50 " common.. 12
Fodder, cwt 1.00 Shucks, $cwt 1.00
Hay.'gcwt 75 Salt, sack 3.00
Hides green-, r... S'r 10 Tea,t.ft 188.8.131.52
" dry 1(X3 20 Turpentine,?, gal 45 60
Codfish. ?Jb. IOvS 12 Tallow, .12H( 13
Leather. ?ib 35 40 Vinegar, s gal 40 50
By Telegraph. ' v.
Xew York Market.
New York, Jan. 3. Stocks steady. Money dosed
7c, currency. to gold. Sterling, long, S), short, 0.
Gold closed at $1.10al.l0j. Tennessee 64; new 63.
Virginias 67V; new 63. Louisianas 70; new 64; levtes
70; 8s 80. Alabama", cx-interest 96; 5s 70. Georgia,
ex-interest, 78; 7s 91. North Carol in as 44J4; new 23.
South Carolina?, ex-interest, 84; new 63.
, produce. -
New York, Jan. '.Cotton quiet: uplands 15;
Orleans 15. Flour a shade firmer. Wheat held is
higher. Corn quiet: new 4Sial9. Lard steady.
Turrcntine steady. Rosin firmer. Freights firm.
CixeisAii. Jan. 6. Flour and corn steady. Pro
visions irregular, with a speculative demand. Perk
Louisville, Jan. 3. Eagginr quiet; hemp and flax
2oa2ri. Hour steady; extra family $5.25. Cora quiet.
Provisions firm. Pork $20.00. Shoulders 10c.; cUar
rirbbed llKc.;clear sides 12. Whisky steady at 87,
CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE.
J. H. WALLET,
Exclusive Dealer in
Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff,
Giitr outl Stone Pipes,
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes.
In fact all Kinds of -smolders'
At the SIGN OF TILE INDIAN,
ap G Sny Street, Kuexrille, Tena.
3? JOB WORK OP. ANY KIND
NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE
CHRONICLE JOB OFFICE.
A NEW LIGHT!!
The Softest & Best Light
IN THE WORLD.
Downer Mineral Sperm Oil:
It will not ignite under 300 Fahrenheit,
and consequently is absolutely safe.
IT CANNOT EXPLODE!
Iu ease of Breakage of the Lamp,
THE OIL HILL EXTINGUISH THE
It burns with greater brilliancy thau any oil knovn.
It requires but little attention and no trimming. The
oil never gums in the lamp, as it absorbs no oxigen
from the atmosphere. It does not deteriorate by age.
These Lamps do not require frequent filling, a
One Gallon of this Oil will Burn as
Long as Two Gallons of
The oil iueif has no odor, and while burning it en
tirely free from the same. It gives a light cf
TEN CANDLE POWER,
At a eost not execediug
ONE-HALF CENT PER HOUR.
And for Lighting
RAILROAD CARS, STEAMERS, FAC
TORIES AND DWELLING
It is iu aluablc and caunot be too highly recommended.
The oil irateuted and mado by a proww which in
sures its uu formity.
Reasons H Iiy You Should Bum (his Oil.
1st It h .tholute safety to life and prop
erty. 2d The great brillianey of the light.
3d It.- economy. It is 5 per cent, cheap
er than Kerosene.
4th It? perfect freedom from odor.
For sale by DOLL & CULLED,
o. 88 Gay Street.
Call, and we will show you a tet which will eon
ince you that the oil cannot explode.
COAL AND WOOD.
KENNEDY & MORROW,
MISEE3 AND DEALERS IX
WHEELER'S BITUMINOUS COAL
S-ALL OKDEK3 ATTENDED TO PROillTLY.-W
Coal and Wood delivered in any part of
Office at the fct-re of J. F SCOTT.
o. 72 Gay Street, KXOXYILLi:, TENX.
S. f. MLCOX, President, R. C. FBOST. Secretary
Knoxville, Term. New York City.
WILCOX MINING COMPANY,
Miners and Wholesale Dealers in
Oflicc .o. 91 Gay Street,
II. IS, 3IcH,A.IlY,
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Boots,
SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS,
Groceries, Country Produce, fce .,
Informs the public thathehas on band a Large Etovk,
which he oilers as cheaply as can be bought elsewhere.
Taken in exchange for Good?. Remember the place,
East side of Market Squaro.
JOIIA C. RA.KI, Jr.
E. WELLS SACKETT,
Account Book Manufacturer,
56 A 5H TVIIXIA?!, t'UR. PI E ST.,
VELVET SHOW CARDS,
And Carbon and Manifold Papers,
Corner Gay and Clinch Sts.,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND HEADY
ilade Clothing of every kind.
Children's and Men's Suits
Ready-maile or made to order on short notice. tJoods
bought in the Eastern Markets at
GOOD WORKMEN employed, and Good Work guar
Manufacturer of Cigars.
T HAVE ON 1TAND AND CONTINUE TO KEEP
X for sale Good Cigars and a Tariety of Good Chew
inff Tobaccos, such a Gravely, Jtc, Jcc Aleo, the best
brands of -
Fueh as Lone Jack, Yellow Star, Flowers of Virginia,
Eureka, Durham. &c.
Genuine Meershaum. Erierwoou and other TIPES.
Also, the Original Powhatan Pipe.
Rtor 06 Gay Street. Knoxville, Tenn.
Sutocrifco for the Crbonici.e.
Tnr, JTEYT YORK WEEK iW DAT-TJOOt
THE CIIAMPION OF TEE WHITE KEPT P
LIC AGAINST THE 'WORLD. ?2 per yo?r. M&?
"Pat-Book." New York City.
CHRISTIAN STANDARD opposes cecu and ao77
cates Primitive Christianity. L"M snd 'J
Family Weekly ; 8 pages : column?. Edit! W r.
6pecimen.-r. B. W. CARROLL k CO., Publish
1 5 Person to successfully c?nvn?5
I remiums we uer, au'i receive a
Waltham Watch for yourself. Add-.
f'mple'i In'tduy. D3yto:i, Ohio.
Gexl im; aobway oats ax is;k
CLOVER. Sample package? pent Frek to nil Far
mers; also. copy of the AMERICAN STOCK JOlR
NAL. by enclosing stamp to N. P. Botes & Co.. rr.
kcrsburg. Chester Coanty, Pennsylvania.
AXE FOIt NOT1IIVU. TRY I II t
Xpriment. Sell FIVE, and w wilt cud you
Extra one for your trouble.
ftU five for fl 60, send us the may, and w will ,(.5,;
half-a-dozen nr place jtu order. L1PPINC0TT
BAKE WELL, Pittsburgh. Pennyrlvflr'jw.
The Fiest Edition or Cxt Hlxdrko ad lurv
Thousand eopies of kick's lllnstrnJctt tRtr.
logo or Seeds ami l'loral tinitle, i publirV
cd and ready to send out 100 paja. rnd cn Enr.aviug
of almost every desirable Flower and egctabla. It j.
elegantly printed on tine tinted paper, illustrated with
Three Hundred fine WeodFiiffravire-s p.nd irro beaur-
The mo-t beautiful and the ruot ir..- motive P5.t.,'
Guide published. A GERMAN EDITION pubii-h-,1.
in all other mpectd similar to the English.
Snt free to all my customer? for l!70. rapi.Ky j
possible, without application. J?ent to all others wku
order theru for Ten Cfnts, whkh is not half the o.rt. "
Address. JAMES VU'Ji,
Rochester, X. 1 -
1QOC t'SB THE " VEfciETADLK 1Q7A
loZO PlE3IOAKY BAESA3JV lOU
The old standard remedy for Coughs. Cold. Consump
tion. "Nothing letter." Ct.ti.er Ekqs. A Co.. B oeton.
GEX. . BOUT. E. LEEM and Hij .iareli
Address to his Army are failhfuliy and most boun
tifully delineated in El ston's 2x 0 Steel Eugraviaj.
rrice 00. Special terms to Ajmnt nnd the trad
Address. FOYD BROTHERS.
P. O. Box 4.', Little Book. .Ark.
BAUEB-K B. X. l. Elixir of Health for inter
nal aud external use ; i not a ( t he all. but mj
perior to- all othr remedies for Kidney Disc3?e
Neuralgia. Pains, Toothache, Stirgs, Corn., ic. Try
it at our expense. Your Druejist lias it: take no other.
Prepared by T. H. B. BAKEit, Pekiii. Ind. e.irAgwt,
UPHAMS DEPILATORY POWDEB. Remoxe
superfluous hair in tfr minut, without injury t-
to the bkin. Sent by mail for $13.
UFHAM'S ASTHMA CUBE
Relieve, most violent paroxysms in fve r"i:V and
effects a speedy cure. Pri.e 5 by mail.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Colors the Whisker and Hair a beautiful Bla a cr
Brown. It consists of cWoh prtvtratin. 75 centi by
mail. Address, S. C. UPUAM. No. 7lJayne Street.
Philadelphia, Pa. Circulars sent lroe. Sold by all
BOYAE HAVANA LoTi'EIJT,
Prizes enshed and information furnished by GEO RUE
UPHAM. Trovi lence. R. I.
QO F A "Week Salary I Yoans in cn wanted as b
3&J cal and travclin? sftlc?men. Addrcs. (with
atarnp) R. 11. WALKER. ;U Park Row. N. Y.
Agents! Read This !
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY OF c.fl
v rer week and expense, or allow a large comnii.--eion,
to sell our new and wonderful invention.. Ad
dr M. WAUNER. Marshall. Mich.
EMPL0Y3IEXT FOR ALL.
COn SALARY TER WEEK, end expense., paid
VJ" Aeent to sell our new and useful discoveri-.
Addrrw B. iWEEf & CO.. Marshall, Mich.
A Clergymau. while residing: in South America .
mi&Eionary. discovered a sale snd simple remedy for
the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Distsscs
of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the wholo
train of disorder, brought on by baneful and vicious
habits. Great number? have been cured by thi. nolle
remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted
and unfertuna.e, I will sen t the recipe for preparing
and using this medicine, in a sealed envelop;;, to Any
one who needs it. Free cf charc-f. Address Joseph T.
Ixman, Statioa D, Bible Honse. New York City.
TS PREPARED TO DO AL-L KIND
Ripping and Scroll Sawing,
AT MODERATE PRICES.
Mr. ALFRED HOWES will have charge of the
Cabinet Department, which is a sntiieient rnarantrc
that persons orderin z Furniture will get nothing but
first-class work. The patronage of the citizens i f
Knoxville and vicinity iercspeetfully .olicited.
Orders from any point on tho railroads leading
out of Knoxville will be promptly attended to. Give
me a call. sept4-)m
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
t2r Time Reduced. fjDy
DOUBLE DAIL Y T 11 A I N 5'.
Making close Connections at Chattanooga to Mean.';
and all points V est and Northwest, either ' y
River or Rail.
Even I us Train from CSinttanoosa
Connects at Corinth with Railroad-) direct to St. Lcui.
and the Northwect.
Morning Train from t Iiattai:ox
Connect, at Grand J unction direct f.r the sa.e pcic
BOTH TRAINS connect at Grand Junction witi
Railroads for Jackson, Vicksbarr, New Oriean. an'i
all points in Texas, and at Memphis with StcamK-a-to
Knoxville .. l::ur.a-
Chattanooga '.'0 ?
Decatur, Ala . i 1. ;:.
Corinth, Miss ....r.
Grand J unction, Tenn i-bl t
Memphis. Tenn 11: w
Express Train leaves Chattano
Qaickct Time c Siortest Koatc to Mcnipii
BEST ROUTE TO NEW ORLEANS AND TEi
A Very Desirable Route for Emigrants ui L -v
Dou't be Deceived by Taking- OCucr Kon
- Ample eceommodations f.r largi bcuic. -f
gmnte plenty of Coaches at ChattanoegB.
Passengers by this route for Memphis will 'r
miles travel over a rough road, and gain many
H, Tickets for sale at all the Principal TiekcM.'c----ia
the South. A. A. BAFE-.. .
General Ticket Agent. Mctupa:--W.
T. BELL, Passenger Agent. Knoxvill-.
FIRST NATIONAL BAf
Dcsignateil Depository as. Finaacii'
Agent of (he tniifdSlatfi.
Authorized Capital, - $500,000.
R. R. STFEPSOX, R. 31. 2IclXr-
Preilnt. . r'
0. P. TFilPlftV
(lEORfiEil.SMIIIl. OEO. W.
R. K. SWEPSON.
Spcie. Bank Note?, Gcvern-cnt, Srtc. CiO.
ether B.nd tcn?fit and old. I'jJfctiai
frotr.ptly rnfted. ial
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