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THE DAILY CHRONICUIi.
f RULE RICKS, Propritr. f;t
OFFICIAL JOUENAL OF THE TTlTlTEp STATES.
SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 1, 1871.)
HOW TO REMIT..
Money sent to as in registered letters, by Express
prepaid, or by Porto ffice orders, will be at our risk
otherwise, at the risk of the seeder.
KEJCD US THE NEWS.
We extend a speci&T invitation tff ear friends to sen
n hrief and pointed letters, rivinz items of interest ir
their sevral localities. We desire to hare something
of local interest in every issue for -our jEast Tennessee-
readers. . . . i i i i . i ,
THE LARGEST CIRCULATION .
Of Any Daily Published in, last TenneMee.
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The members of the Stats eri(tral,Coni
mittee of the-Republican pakyci)fiitb
State of Tennessee will assemble in the city
of Nashville, "on Monday the' 10th day of
July next, to consider matters of import
ance connected with, the interest of the
Republi can party in the State, n
' A full attendance is eamestlyequested.
, .; ;. Horace n: hajisison,
Chairman State Central Republican Com
mittee. " ' ; "
The members of the State Central Com
mittee for East Tennessee are Hon. George
Andrews, Hon. A. M. Cate, , George AV.
Ross, James A. Galbraitli and :V.. F.
Yardley. There should 'be a full atten
dance. Eds. Chronicle. , ;
Deaths from small-pox in London number 240,
weekly, r. :i .r itt
The farmers in the vicinity of Indianapolis
have commence delivering new wncat. 1
The Khedive of EervDt has sent a hundred!
thousand francs to the orphans of the Trench!
civil war. - . "
The degree of L. L. D. hai been confined .oa
Lieutenant General Phil Sheridan by the Norths
western University at Evanston, Illinois."! m
General R. E. Lee's famous gray horse, "Xrav
eler," died at Lexington, Va, on Monday night
of lockjaw. He had run a nail in nis loot. .-t j
A London dispatch says , ihe Fenian convict
Burke has been released from imprisonment
upon condition that he reports yearly to the
magistrates. 1 - '!..
It is reported that the Suez canal i filling up
with sand, and that the Porto recommends it4
purchase from the company, ' but that : tne
Khedive refuses to buy. ''. ! ,' ' ': ' ' " ','
ouice iasb uuwucr eignt iiunureu nsMsiam rev-j
enue assessors have been removed under the law
consolidating the districts. : This is thirty-th red
per cent of the whole number.1-"' --
. i :i .) .-s-;
lion. Horace Capron, Commissioner of Agri
culture, has tendered his resignation to the Prcs
ident He will visit Japan and develop in that
Empire the industrial ideas of the United States.,
The demolition of Brattle Square church' will
leave only three meeting houses in Boston erec-
ted before the revolution. These are, Christ
church, 1723; Old South, 1729-30; King's chael
TENNESSEE POLITICS.' ' ,
There is a peculiarity about Tennessee
politics, which, in our opinion, does not
manifest itself so forcibly and so striking-'
ly in any other State. The contests in
former days oetween Whiggery and Dem-j
ocracy were vigorous, and well calculated
to develop points of difference sharply,'
and in a way to form ' well developed di
viding lines between members of the two
existing parties. There are few men who
witnessed the contests between ; Neil S.
Brown and Aaron V. Brown ; or between
the former and Mr. Trousdale, or between
Andrew' Johnson 'and the Eagle Orator,
Gustavus A. Henry, or who heard Polk
upon one hand or James C. Jones upon
the other, that will ever forget them.
Those were times when men took a. pro
found interest in State politics. The dif
ference was so distinct so striking that a
man could almost distinguish a Whig from
a Democrat by his personal appearance.
There was not much affiliation, politically
speaking, between the parties then, and
the man who would betray his party al
most forfeited the, respect of the opposite
party also. It was more a matter of honor
then, we think, than now! These well
developed differences continued very sus
ceptible, until the commencement of the
war. In the first onset the old Line
Whigs, almost to a man, were for standing
by fie 'flag. They said, "don't give up
the ship." But the waves of seces io
rolled madly on, and the first shock ol
war cats ids uch an upheaval.tiiat areckon
ing was necessary to see where the "old
ship" stood, and where men stood. It
was found that the shock had throwp
these two different and distinct elements
together, and, by what appeared to many
to be the force of circumstances, the old
Whigs were supporting secession schemes
with as much apparent zeal as the origi
nal, uncompromising Democrats. '
.When the war was over, and the rebel
lion had been suppressed, these Whigs
were the first to accept, the situation, and
while the old hard-shell Democracy were
sullen, morose, swearing they never would
accept the situation, the Old Line Whigs
were always ready - to accept I that which
seemed for the best. Bo It) seems, though
they were thrtpvn; together and acted to
gether during the war, , the. points of differ
ence are yet perceptible. ' And, where the
Democracy have come' into power, as they
have done in most of the Southern States,
the old Whigs have been kept in the back
ground. It is true that John C Brown
was their choice for Governor, but he
would not have been, if they had not been
thoroughly convinced that he had the in
side track, and they could not help them
selves. Whenever policy dictates that
they should hold ; fellowship, willr the
Whigs, they do, but not , otherwise. Dor
Bey B. Thomas would do very well as a
candidate for Congress, or could oe elected
'.' to the State Senate, when it was ' very ap
parent that a straight Democrat could not
be elected, and when, there was no chance
for any but a Republican ' , itat when .they
bad thingsall their own way, tie could
stay at home.' or .Berve-'as a member of a
State Executive Committee, as a sort of
Mind, "while positions of profit are reserved
for others who have always been true to
the faith. So it jill 4 continue to bej
Bailife'PetonV' D0rsey BTbdraavNeil
. Brown -John Baxter, A.; A. ttyH and
others pftf that class) jnayjUwaysJflnd plen
ty of work inthe ranks as privates, but
they need not look for any of the spoils.
The old Iins"WnerIgidly "kept "tip; and
if a man seeks position in the Democratic
party, ne must oe preparea to snow mat
ne has "kept.theaith." Old Line Whigs
vill find no congeniality in the ranks of
Democracy, and this circumstance may at
some future time mark a new era in Ten
nessee politics. . ', .
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FORREST BEFORE THE COMMITTEE.
i When the hero of Fort Pillow was before
the Kuklux Commtttee the other day, lie
wasJ asked about ; the conversation held
with a corresponent of the Cincinati Com
mercial in August, 1868. We find the fol
lowing report of his testimony in the
Washington Correspondence: or. the iSew
When asked concerning these reports, to-day,
he made a general denial of the report, and al
leged that he did not say more tnan m woras to
the correspondent A member of the Com
mittee then questioned him in regard to the sev
eral important. points ot,, tne conversation, ana
1 "... I . t . I . 1 A ... . 4 t 1 1
he admived t09iUDSnaai rrum oi mem an.
When asked then aVout the 20 word's conver
sation, he said he ."reckoned" that he should
have said 20 minutes. . During the whole of his
examinatian be stoutly denial that ne was a
Kuklux. One of the Committee at length asked
himifhewasa Knightof the White Camelia.' He
promptly repied Xes, but; immediately cor
rected himself, and denied it When, however.
he was asked what order be did belong to," he
replied "the Order of rale Jb aces.,? lie denied
that he knew of any Kuklux in the South now.
and raid that he had disbanded them, in the
Spring of 18C& -I His letter written in September
1868, was then read to him again, and he "reck
oned ' that it was m the Jbaii. L his was an im
portant admission, as it proved that even though
he told the truth as it is chartitable to suppose
he did, itproved by one of their own number
that the Kuklux was at work during the 1'resi
dential campaign.' " ""'
Gen. Forrest's' examination' throughout and
especially' when ; 5ross-questioncd, was full of
contradictions, and, taken altogether was some
what damaging to him. .At one stage of the ex-i
ami nation ho remarked 4b at ha j supposed that
he was not obliged to answer a certain question
if it criminated himself. - Senator Scott read to
him the law.requirine testimony to be given
even under those circumstances, when, after
some hesitation, he said ho thought he would
not base it on that plea; but that he did not re
member, liis memory also failed him when
asked the names of any other ! members of the
Kuklux. He could, recall, the, names of only a'
tew, who have smce'died, and whom it would,
therefore, do the Committee nogood to know. ;
f Frobthis it appears tha Forrest has not
made much character lor veracity, before
this Committee'r, 'his 'deportment being
somewhat damaging to such a character. !
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THE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. '
: JMi I 'mJI ' i i I el f S i ".
Wcknow not -for what ; particular pur
pose the State Central Committee is to
meet pn the 10th day of 'next' monh, but
presume it is for some purpose affecting
tlie welfare of the, party.' WTe trust the
meeting?.vill be well attended, and that
the organization so auspiciously begun last
fall will not be suffered to go down. The
Convention 6f last September was com
posed of some of the truest as well as the
ablest Republicans of the State, and was
endorsed by all the Republican Congress
men from the State as well as by Senator
Brownlow. If we will only continue to
work get ready for the next fight, and
run none for office but good, men, though
victory may be slow in coming to the Re-j
publican party of this State, it will never
theless be sure. We have right on our side,'
and must win. Let there be a full attend
ance of the Committee, and let the good
work already begun, be carried out. .
The "New Departure" goes down rath
er roughly with a large portion of the Dem
ocratic party. The signs are not very fa
vorable in Pennsylvania and other North
ern States, The old fashioned, pure, una
dulterated Democracy (don't like to give
up the principles for which' they have
fought so long, and adopt for a -platform,
princiDles,assimilatinir as near as possible.
those of the Republican party. Speaking
of accepting negro suffrage, a Dmocratic
paper in Pennsylvania remarks r t
We assert and defy contradiction, that there
arc not one hundred Democrats in the three hun
dred thousand within the borders of the Com
monwealth in favor of conferrinif the elective
franchise upon the negro.". , !
The Democratic party, then, docs not desire
the negro vote. 1 : . j : .- ( '
It desires and will accept no political aid from
the negro. ;; ,! ' . ' ' ' !
It says to him, "Hands off!". ' - . :
The Democratic party ever has been 'and by
the grace of God will continue to be
"The white man's party."
Boots and Shoes.
INQUIRE FOR ' i
i PAGE'S IIOME-MADE '
boots Am shoes;
MADE OUT OF THE BEST OF LEATHER OF
styles especially adapted to the i
, , Southern ,,,Tradct , '
Hanafacttlred Exclusively for Merchants . .
Atl GOODS WARRANTED. 1
' Manufactory in t !
McGIIEE'S' BLOCK,. GAY STREET. I
MCIIOLS, ; , PAGE, .FH1XCISC0, A CO
Mr. ."" r 1
D. G. TERRY.
To my Old Customers and the Public
I TAKE THIS METHOD OP INFORMING TOU
that I am now prepared to make to order ; .
iTHE VERY UEST' '
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES
...... . a ,, That can be got in this city; and at ,
UL s j! o w ' prices:!
I hav fltso op Land a good supply of HOME
HADE 'WORK; -which I will sell verve Wn far
cash. 'J Shop and store, west side tot Gay stieet. I
N, B. BpiIrlnf done at short notice.
Give me a calL
june9-lm, D. O. TERRY.
New Advertisements. V H
ll. J. SAYERS,
DEALER IN REAL
FRANK LIX, VA.-.,f
Uuys and sells improved and unimproved lands any
r'tr-y' where m the United States. v ; w' - .
Bum and Scal4$. Jtheumatimt,
Chapped IIadl J J M
Fleth Wounds, Fistula, Mange.
Frott Bite, Spatim, Steeeney,
External I'oisont, 1 " ' Scratch e, or Greune,
Sand Craelf, Stringhalt. WindgalU,
Gall of AU Ktndfi CI ! foltndere JPett: I . f
&tfakt.dlieMe)J ( Crm&rd Iloel. J (
Poll Evil. loot Hot in Sheep,
Bite of Animals d; Iiucctt, lloup in Pnultrg,
Toothache, dc, dc. Lame Back, dec, A c.
trg Size, $1.0 Jj'iltedinBi, SOcJ.Smallj 25c.
The Gargling Oil has been.ln use as a Li iment
for thirty-eight years. All we ask is acur trial, but
be snre and follow directions- . . t.
' Ask your nearest druggist drdeaipriripatetii med
icines for one of our Almanacs and Vade-Mecums,
and read what the people say about the Oil.
The Gargling Oil is lor pale by all respectable
dealers . throughout the . United States and other
countries. ' i ..
Our testimonials date from 1833 to the present, aod
are unsolicited- Use the Gargling Oil. and tell your
neighbors what good it has done, .;: i-.,. - .
We deal fair and liberal with all, md defy contra
diction. Write for our Almanac or Cook Book. '
" Mannfactnred at leckportf N. T., ' ' '
BV ' .;fj. f ,' f
GARGLING! OIL COMPANY.
. . JOHN. HODGE, See'y,
THIS DEALERS should send for Pnce List No. 8,
i ooutnern sorts, inviting rates- v. i;. IIkikes,
uayton, onio. ' liNursenes established 1822.I
Cleans Kid Gloves and all kinds of Cloths and Clothing
removes Paint, Grease,.Tar, &c; instantly, without the
least injury to tne nnest labnc. bold by Drugsist and
Fancy Goods Dealers. FRAGRANT SAPOLIENE
CO., 33 Barclay Street, New York, 46 La fcaUe Street.
uiicago. ' " " "
Apple Purer, rorer and 81 leer. . 2rlce $2.
jyoes an at once. Warranted MtiMactory.
' D- H. WI1ITTEM0RE, Worcester, Mas,
u Agents ! Read Tills ! ,
WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY OF T0
per week and Expenses, or a large: commissiun
to sen our new ana wonuenui lnvetion.
; Address t . , , J . ; ; . M. WAGNER 4 CO-i' !
SiQOK A MONTH. Horse and Carriage furnished.'
VUgt iipcnses paid. It.' Shaw. Alfred. Me..
A MILLION DOLLARS.
Shrewd but quiet men can make a fortune by reveal-'
ing me secret, oi ice Business to no one
Address'" 1 WM.WRAY,
. 1 ,6SS Broadway, jiew York.
Liquors! and Tobacco.
INTERESTING , TO ALL!
( M'CLUNC U BETTERTONS,
: : Wholesale Dealers in ' '
Liquo rs, Tobaccos, Cigars,
'!:'. !:.;':'- AND .
, , Manufacturers of the
Celebrated Erenlng Star and Eureka Bitters,
, i j Sole Agents for Isidor Bush & Co.'b Celebrated
Ctttawlin Wines, Brandies,
A.nl Grape Uitters,
Which has bocn highly recommended for Medicinal
Purposes. ' ;
Always on hand a good assortment of j
Eureka Rye, .
.,;t,;i m ; ,;r- '; Eureka Bourbon, ;,, ;
,1 . - . is Domestic Rye,,t,j
And Copper Distilled "Shuck On", Corn
, - ' Blackberry, Grape,' ''r i' ;J
":v'. "r '"' And French Brandies,
We always keep a good assortment of i
CANDLES, MATCHES, i. i i OYSTERS,''
Crackers, Cheese. ., ,i .(! Wood Faucets,, ;
CaUup. Blackiner. . Fen per Sauce. '
Cork, ' Paper Twine.' Wrapping Paper.
Bar Bottles, flasks. Bar (Masses, k.
Demijohns. Fancy and Bar Soap
Snuff, Wood Pines, ' Brandy. Peaches,
4 We will sell any of the above Goods as Low as
can bo bought in any of the Northern or Western
Markets. ' . v ' mar5-dAwtf '
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
JtST T i me Reduced.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS!
Making close Connections at Chattanooga to Memphis
I .11 . nr. 1 XT .1 . u
River or Rail. , ' : !
Evening Train from Chattanooga
Connects at Corinth with Railroads direct to St. Louis
and the Northwest. ' .
Morning: Train from Chattanooga -
Connects at Grand Junction direct for the same points.
BO 111 XKAliNS connect at urand Junction with
Railroads for Jackson. Vkksbure. New Orleans, and
all points in Texas, and at Memphis with Steamboats
to all points. ' - ''
Bristol 5:47 A.M.
KllOX VllI . i . 1. 1 9 P If
Chattanooga 8:00 p. n.
TRAINS -'.ARRIVE '
Decatur, Ala... ...... .............. ...i.............;.2:24 A.ii.
(irand Junction, Tenn.......-.......-..:54 "
Mempnis, Xenn ...........11:40
Express Train leaves Chattanooga ; ,.3:45 ' .
Quickest Time & Shortest Route to Memphis.
BEST ROUTE TO" SEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS.
.: '.11111 t " - - I1'1 til I
A Very Desirable Route for Emigrants at Low
I .i!l !.'! -. ,., ' i. - 'l .. ..
Don't .tic DccclTed bjr taking ,0ther Koutcs.
Amnle accommodations for large bodies of Emi- I
grants-plenty ot (x acnes at inatianoora.
Passengers-by this route for Memphis will iaTo73'
miles travel pver a rough road, an.d gain many, , hoars
UUIV.. - . ' . . J ......
Tickets for sale at all tne .Principal Tieset Unices
. General Ticket AgeoWileiJiphig.
W. T. BELL, Passenger Agent, Knoiville.
St. lonis, Memphis, Nashville and Chat
taiiooga Kturoaa mnc.
Central Short lion te- ; i
' e i. 't-iii I . J . I'll '- I I ) : ,
Without change) of Cars 'to -Nashville, McKenzic,
Union City.Hickman, Columbus, Humboldt, Browns-
ville, and Memphis.""- ; " ' 1 - '
ik !' ; 7 03TLT OXE 'ITAITGE
o Jackson, .Tenn.. Paducah, Kentucky, L
To Jackson. Tenn.. Padncah, Kentucky, Little Rock.
- - jHLLLU iLUU QU XUUiC. .. . ,
.Morellan lJtllShqhcrlJ StJJouis;
Than via Memphis or Louisville, and from 8 to 15 hours'
quicker than via. Corinth or Grfuad Junction. ,
Ask Tor Tickets to -Memphis and .0 Southwest vii I
Chattanooga and McKentK, and fot?t Louis and the A
roruiwr(vu. xMasnviueand uommDna au xiau; or
Nashville and Hickman-Rail and River J "U J
- The Lowest Special Rates for Emigrants, , ')
With more Ad vantages,. Quicker Time, and Fewer
Changes of Cars than any "other route.' 5 '
W. L. PANLEY. Genl P. and T. Agent.
G. M. HARR1LL, Pass. Agent, Knoxville, Tenn.
) Commission Merchants.
Js. A. Mibrt.Se. CTvbkxb. J oa. A. Mjlbht, 3 s
Uvz -4 rQENERAL
f ii 'in ummim mm in j mmr-
a ' til ' ' JS ! ' .
BACON,' -;dARD, , FLOUR,
j . ; CprnV1 fredti Oais Hay, :.' .
i & .
. .:! i 'in""!.. .i
i r - t ftm
ty' '- ; , . r ; r.-a liiv-
: FIELD AND (GARDEN SEEDS,
I ! - .iii.'. ' ;-i: !'.!! ; ' : 1. . I
Plaster, Cement; Salt and Fertilizers.
; j ;
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Prompt attention will be giren to consignments
of GRAIN and; COUNTRY' PRODUCE, and liberal
uasn Aarancea maae on tne same.
i t t u i "f . i ti1 I n! : . t ' '
it? iyli;ii) v; j.,
'i': -'. Ml ''I' iv i " i :l
. , Taylor Bros.,' 17Wall Street, New York.
R. M. McCtcsa. Cash. 1st Nat. Bank. KnoxTUIe.
' Jo3. R. Mitchell, Cash. People's Bank. Knoxville.1
Largest Stock1 in' the ' Southwest
ii ! ! ;.!) ! ;.!!'; i i 1 : . i -
n!t ni f -I ; n or i i .
I fl ?( M 'j) -jliUi' ''i "
I MILL f URNISIILNG GOODS;
: r ,;!(i ! i :i i! i i ' ' . . .
''.u . i t :'; , -.-.i r- '
Reapers; rand; Mowers
" "I ' .!-! ." Jul'' l:;i ' ' . - :;-'.
SAWS AND SAW MILLS,
. :.; ;;;.:! y, I : .1 -i.Ir 1 " - .
, Collins. fand;;Peaoockl Plows,
WiHougkby vGValu Drills Car
riages, Rubles, Carts and
, ! ii ,t oi t'ifWons ,M ''!' -
Repairs kept on hand for Machines sold.
., , , jan6-tf ,
. . i ... t ... i ' t
Auction & Commission
: -i. ' - : f. MART, l .
rnder the If. I. Kimball If onse, Fronting
; on Itnllroad A venae,
ATLANTA, GEORGIA. ,
C sb Advances made on Cnnsirnmpnt. Vrpntiafinna
eflectcd, Ac. , "
FRANK SMITH, .'-1' ' J. n. BARRETT.
S TT. B. Snerlnl n.ttrnt!in civrn tn fc n1 nf
Real Estate. ; may2-dtf.
J9H Baitir, 1 . i ..:.(
lTesident.J ., . 1
Exchange and Deposit Bank.
TENNESSEE HONEY FOR TAXES EOF
mi. ! oALE. -;
. ! Best rates paid for New Issue Bank of Tennessee,
i East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad Stock
.md Bonds bouzht and sold, and a General Rankins
Business transacted: ' -
Interest paid on Deposits in SAVINGS BANE De
partment. ,i ',
; .r:i ..... SIGHT DRAFTS ,
On all the principal cities of Europe for sale. - . .
-,j ,1 j 'i; ,,april6-tf . ,
YVAXTED-ATC ;,TIIE EXCHANGE ASO DE
VV POSIT BANK:-
EastTenn., Vn. nnd Oa, Railroad Stock,
Kast Tena. and Ga. Railroad Bonds,
Rank of Tenncnsee Iotes,New and Old Issuo,
And Land Warrants, ' '
For which the Highest ilarket Price will be paid.
mayl4-dtf ; ; , E. P. BAILEY. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
; ;;i OF.'-
, , KN0XY1LLE, TENNESSEE.
Designated Depository and Financia l
? Agent or tne united states.
Authorized Capital, - $500,000.
R. R. SWEJSOJr,
R. M. MeCXlTHO.
. " President.
P, DICKINSON, O. P. TEMPLE,
WM. 11 EISKELL ' i H. B.1IENEGAR.
GEORGE H. SMITH, , GEO. W. ROSS.,
Specie. Bank Notes. Government. State. City, and all
other Bonds bought and sold. Collections made and
promptly remitted. ; t ; :., , . julyli-tf.
c. mmcghee, )
; . president., .....
: i JOS. R. M.YTCHELL.
, , . t . ' Jashier.
People's Banlcof Knoxville
! i I Officb Ocoe Bank Baildlag. Gay Street,
" KN0XY1LLC, TENNESSEE. :f 1
!! -1 si . r -1 Tl 1.1 J T 1 T
'v 111 iranraci jvuen.i Dnnmw pu nruiew vu-
siness, receive t Deposits, kfue oertiacttes of Deposit,
aeaLinx.xcbageruiy uoia ana ouver, jmns. notes.
Bonds and Stocks5.1 ' , ' ,
' ' We prefer tht Collectors of Revenue should come in
person or send funds by i agent - instead f by mail
xprJ88. i.t r. ;- J..I0S. R. MITCHELL. -apl27-tf,
,,! . ; , '. Cashier.
, ,,,,1 Saddles and Harncs.
'I .! "-i'lfMll-'t '!".. ."' t ,..
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
;( ifir nii-'DfEvery Description, -, f,.( .,
CARRIAGE 'ilAKD' BUGGY
It ;).. ,Jn . ).' ..-'(!,! ; j, '
,-rii: f f 'Also, Wholesale Dealers in '. ? "
i. . ..T "
M '..I i f i- s; ,i I . n.
nn..--u" Gapr Street,- .im
KNO x V I,L L E ;v't ENN E 8 SEE
Drugs and Medicines.
E. J. SANFORD & CO;,
WHOLESALZ VZXLtSi IS
' I : Druggists9 Sundries,
Paints, Oils,' Colors, Varnish, Dye-Stnffs,
Taney Goods, Parlor "Matches
We offer Superior Inducements on all kinds of
Hostellers', Drabs', Oriental, Vinegar & Walton's
SOLE AGENTS FOR . ,
JAMES RIVER AND FRENCH BROAD
M j 1:
O 33 M E Itf T S.
Merchants wl3 find our Stock complete in all lines
usually kept in a first-class Drug Store, and we guaran
tee prices as low as at any other House, North or South,
considering the quality of the goods.
E. J. SANFORD & CO.,
100.00. IN GOLD !
Will be given for an ounce of adnlteratiou found
in our Guaranteed "White Lead.
E. J. SANFOIID & CO.,
WALL PAPER 1HQ WINDOW SHADES !
A full lino, cheap as the cheapest, nnd as good
E J. SAXFORD & CO.
For White Coating and Plastering'.'
E. J. SANFORD & CO.
WINDOW GLASS I
Of every Size and Quality. ,
' ' ' ' ' !
Fancy Colored Glass,
All kinds, lor Transoms, Side Lights, &c.
UK U8HK8 OF AX.L. KI'18.
Paint Brushes", AVhitcvrash Brushes, Scrub
bing Brushes, Blacking Bruslics. Stove Brushes.
Dusting Brushes, Marking Brushes, Graining
'ools, Gold Leaf, Putty, &c.
E. J. SANFORD & CO.
ESPERAXDICr & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tobaccos of All Kinds
Constantly Supplied on Orders.
G ALL AND EXAMINE
IVo. 5r Gay Street,
Manufacturer of Cigars.
T HAVE ON HAND AND CONTINUE TO KEEP
1 tor sale Good Cigars and a variety of Jioodthew
injr Tobaccos, such as Gravely, Jfcc, Ac. Also, the best
braBdSf SMOKING TOBACCO, :
Such as Lone Jack. Yellow Star, Flowers of Virginia,
Eureka, Durham. Ac. , l,.Dt,c
Genuine Meerehnum. Brierwood and ether ilri-a
Also, trie Original Powhatan Pipe. .
Store 96 Gay Street. Knoxville, Tenn.
CIT TOBACCO AXD CIGAR STORE.
J. H. WALLET,
Exclusive Dealer in
Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff,
Brier and Stone Pipes,
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes.
In fact all Kinds of
At the SIGN OF THE INDIAN,
ap6 Gay Street KnoxTilIe. Tenn.
vem, vidi, yici:
It Has No Equal!
G. AV. GAIL. & AX'S
G. W. GAIL & AX'S '',
G. W. GAIL & AX'S ? .
Celebrated Fresh and Strong ; .
S C0TCHS N U FF!
The Best in the Market!
Try It. ASK' FOR iT. , Try It.
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ASK FOR IT. ' TRY IT.' A-kfor it -and take no
ther, and see that our name and trade inark is on eve;
repackage.,, r:u,- ,,,! ;
!.' Also, Manufacturers of , ti ..,
V.Smoicins, :. and 'i"1 ui
. . r . ., , , ,f . .. Jlaltimore, Md. ,.
For Sale by -.v. y..:- .
: ' ! E, J. 8ANT0HD CO.; Knoiyill t, Tcnm! . ; j . :
' ' ('. McCLUNG i' BETTERTONS." ' ' " 'J 'j '
i v ;; CARPENTER i ROSS, ' " ' ' j .. .
COFFIN. MARTIN & CO.,
Its stfpcrior quality and freejessfrom alUnjanots in-
irredients commonly used in the mannfacture of other
SnuSa has sained it a world-wide reputation! , ...
IIITJNSON & liHEI'S
REAL ESTATE COLUMN
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Very rleasant summer residence, known a BROOK
SIDE, situated a txiutoaeniilorvm the ry, Jloue
hsj eitht nxvKandllar. i v" i
There is alto a servant's bouse and ttable. The lawn
contains about 3 acres, has many fine shade trer, and
creek runs thrfujjh jlt,nd fipefsprintj near at kad.
1 nee, terms, &c furnished at eur effice.
WATER-POWER MILL, AND AVORK
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.A first-class power suitaJble for runnina; almost any
nind ofhgbt machinery. A grist mill is now in nn
pinjr order, and a turnir lathe can be attached. Alao
ylenty of ahop room. Will be rented for a term cf
Kears. Jb or terms apply at our office.
'J. '.;-ir h. i ; i -f
City ; amf Sqburban Property.
I I M I
Four houses and lots in Mofes' Addition. Let are
'V xl(X feet. Houses comfortable but small. Price.
ToUtofifcXX ' I
About one acre of land on Montgomery Pike, one
mile from Knoxville; well situated no improvements.
Two dwellings and two lots east of First Creek, near
tne residence of U. M. Branner. Yin- One house ha
five rooms and two poirhcu. The other house has tirte
rooms and porches. Will be sold i eparately if desired.
Lots No. 22. 23 and 24. on which stand two nouses,
rood cistern, 4c, situated in lkardea's Addition to
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- No. 197. Pbick, 82,500
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Two dwellings and two acres of land in Lcesburtr.
Washington county, Tennessee.
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' ' No. 198. Pjuck, tSOO
' Dwellinr, lx25 (frame), and elaeksmitli 'sne'pV with
g-ood run ef custom, at lieifkell'a Ktation.Tenn.' ;
Uoufe and lot oa Pat ton ftretjt, Eaat KaeXville.
House has two rooms and kitchen. Lot :Sxl5 feet.
' ' Nb.20a." ; ; 1 Pfct.2.7f0.
Planinjr mill, sash and blind "fiiotoTy"".; at 'Sweet
water; Tcnneweei (Jood stand fur the basinets; Offer
ed but for a short time. , ;j ; . - , i . ;
. , No. 201. t Paicx. 11.900.
, Farm of two hundred acres, in Ander-on county, 4'
milen from II eiski-ll's Station. About 75 acres in eel
tivntion. double log hou-e, barn, two springs. e. ThL
u cheap piece, and can easily be made agoed one.
nid to be a fine location for country store. . One thou
sand dollars cash balance twelve months.
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' " ; No. 212. -'. 1 "' Ptrr, t5,500.
Farm of about 197 acres. 12. in euHlTatioit. sitnated
in Knox county, lour miles from station on fast Ten
nessee. Virginia and Georgia Kailread. twelve miles
from Knoxville, 25 acres meadow, excellent well aad
three good springs on the place, and two smalt creeks
of never-failing wat r run through it. Twe stety
frame house of six rcom- and porch ; tenant hou.r.
1. g barn, crib, Ac. Guod ap le orchard, pea be and
grapes. The location is fine; convrnicnt to church and
school. Masonic Hall, s.f rc. post o5ce Ac.
Firm and Mill . No. 215. .-
215 acres of land situated seven miles from Abingdon,
Virginia, about thirty acres of river bottom in cultiva
tion, balance fine timber; three small ottaKe houses
on the place, and a saw and grist trill. The water
powtr on tbi. place is unsurpassed Water i. plenty at
allseason' of the year, aud in a dutance ofl'2i yards,
the fall i 71 feet, with finest locationa f r manufactur
ing establhuients. ' The place is i at u rally a be utiful
and attractive one, and there are many opportUBitie)
of in proving it -o a to muke it very valuable. Tim
ber ot almost every variety ca" be had near, and the
line of the Norfolk and Great Western Railroad is lo
cated within of a mile of the property.
No. 215. Frick,$37 fbbAcbx.
Farm of 25 acres conveniently located, about four
miles ircm the eity nnd ntar a main road; about 1&0
acres in cultivation ; two-story log house weather
boarded and plastered, with frame ell ; small one-atory
frame dwell ng; hewed log burn and other out-buiM-ing
; well nt-a the hou. and one of the finest spring
in the country- Good mulatto s it ; timber fine ; r!ea
ant and desirable neighborhood. Could be dividedu
Farm axd Grlst.Vill-No.217. . Prici, tt.OOtt
Farm of about 115 acres of land. 45 in cultivation,
situated in Blount county, eight miles from Kockf- rl,
a station on the Knoxville and Charleston Railroad;
one-story frame ho e. new frame barn and out-buildings;
an old grist mill with two run of stone; an ex
cellent plnce for a country mill ; has alway paid well;
good neighborhood : church and school convenient.
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Timber. No 218. Prick. 915 rut Ang.
About 250 acrrs of fine timber land within three
miles of Knoxville- The nearness o the eity makes
the timber valuable, and the lan4, ff elsared. weuil
make a fine farm. The location is vry desirable.
ICA1V.SAS - IYINDS.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Prairie farm of 160 acres. and 25 acres of timber, sit
uated in Miami county, Kansas, eight miles from a
station on the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Gulf Rail
road. Said to be one of the best matter sections in
the county ; 140 aeres fenced. 75 to 80 acres in eailiva
tion ; creek runs through one corner of the farm; twe
houses on the place, and some fine truit tree.
Also, about WW acres near the first described tract,
six miles from the Railroad station about ISO aeres oj
timber- There are never-failing springs, on the plaee.
and a reek runs through it. irame nouse, orchard,
Jte. 'This is a rare opportunity to exchnre property
in East Tennessee tor lands in Kansas. Full particu
lars will be tarnished on application to us. j . j , , ,
STOCK OF GOODS AKD j LEASE OF
First rate stand for general retail business and trade
Goods will be sold at cost, and flight added. Fine
opportunity for a person wishiDg to engage in a good
paying business. Trade regular and certain.
For full particulars, enquire at our office. '
TWO STORY BRICK" . STORE
:..:!? . HOUSE. ' -
In a dcsiraVie lccation,' with well selected
. ; ' .. STOCK OF GOODS, j , ,
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Well situated f'r general retail ta Je and barter. Stora
house will be sold at a lair price, and goods at 0 per
cent above eo-t. Gool trade ht ady eetabhheli pur
chaser ean take possesion without -e4ay. ad4 carry on
an established business, fur terms and full particu
lars enquire at pur office! . i '
' Real Hitate nutllusnrn'nf Ajrfnt.
THE BALM 0E1, GILEAD !
A' rilseoTry rirsnrpnsiseif ini the' Annala
TS NOW .IN fnE HANDS OF. DR. T. KXOtS.
i,( whtf if extracting; , .. ,
In -Torty-elghli non -wlthoui iH.Ti!S
easll ctartiBa;notriinxiWMnwna "
poo pcconsunaW?, alee, free otcaajge,,
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'l5-:i; ."tiKlnr. 1 '77 i" i,trnrr.
-Ln hi, DrtLi Stor.s.o' bwest. corner Atlun Uonse,
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Where he ean be consulted at all beurs. dec4-dt