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CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
l-hr I.nrxo.! llrenlatlnu ol nny IIly
li Kh 'I nil p "".
iiyexixg or soxG.
Don t fall t licnr Philip Phillip
nlKtil. It will the Xrotct treitt of
your life. Ticket for ale nt the Book
more. U. B. Smith &. Co., invite cspi-cial a"e"tU!"
t- their now ,-tock of Chru.nos, tramcs and
Framing Material. Their Chromos arc brt
class mid their prices reasonable.
How Is this for Illyli ? . .
Knoxville, Tennessee, has a y'X
tax collector-Miss Lucy Stevens- ho
mure in day than a dozen male publicans
could in h fortnight.- II W.. romcle j e(lod
Can it bo possible that our amiable and e od
looking Tai Collector, Tom cw.s Wn
sailing under false colors by personating Lucy
Stevens ?" .
Meddling "h Snl,t- ,
Tho Vrrond r-AyerterdHyuormng had
a contemptible reference to a suit now on trial
ite Circuit Court as the 'Treacher lnp
n Case 1 from Blount county. It was an at-.-mpt
to meddle in suits on trial to make po i
tica capital. The suit referral to of Kn.gh
vs Wham & Allen is a private suit tor assault
and;Uiealluion as was unnecessary, as it was
Drill; Store for Sale ! Rare flianre ! !
Any person wanting to embark in the Drug
business, in this city, now have an excellent op
portunity, by applying to the undersigned at
hi office in 1 M. Williams' building. II-will
soil the entire stock of drugs on hand at a bar
gain There is a fino run of custom, with, the
project of an increa-ing business. Apply soon.
1 1 C. W. Charlton,
Heal Estate Agent.
Knoxvillc, Ter.n., Feb. lST'J-dHt,
The East Tennessee Agricultural Society is
undr obligations for which it return its grate
ful thanks, to Mr. James Stewart, ol Wmwiwd
Xurs.-rv. Memphis", for the donation ot twr-ho
beautiful Magnolia trees for the I air Grounds.
Also to Mr. Johnson for a large lot ol
handsome Sugar trees.
Mr. Stewart has as f.ne, it not the hnesi.. nur
sery of Mairnolins in the South. Such liberal
ity and noble public spirit deserve the patron
age of the public.
C B Newhoiiser, of Concord, brought two
line -ler to this citv vesterdav which are pio
i).. j need bv Fan & Jones to be very superior
fed thev have bought for many a day.
Mr Vewhoiisef and some eight others came to
Jonord from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. -ii"
four months aga They are well pleased with
Mio country. They were subscribers to our
W.-okly before they move 1 here. Mr. -Vv-;rir
rerts tho Weekly ChRonk lk as doing
a go. d work for Ea-t Tcnnessseo in Pennsyl
vania. , , c
Th--se steers v. ill be slaughtered by Ian. x
J.-nos in our market.
Jusi received and for sale by the quart, or in
lasers, at my store on
V l-x ilir.g Louse containing eight rooms.
. ..f J.' V. Ault, or Win. Jenkins, on
-a 1 Street. tf
M-t every person in the city understands that
. :rs is a strictly ca-h house at retail, and for
t benefit of those who do not, we will again
-ay that not a single cent do we credit to any
living man, woman or child, nor have we, e x-..-,.
,!.., iv.,.r, li'int. nt. wholesale, in more
than one year. We mention this that parties
may know this, and not get oncnueu wnen ask
ing" us to break our rule.
11. S. Payne & Co.
i'or cash and low prices will bring the trade.
I'or proof go peep in the store of
11. S. Payne &, Co.
New spring styles Silk Gossamer Body, the
li'iost m the market, at 1 ayne s.
Boot-and Shoes of all kinds neatly repaired
id Spji!ord's, Market Square. lrJOdtts
The police made their round as usual yester
d.iv but could find no one deserving of arrest.
An excursion train will leave Knoxvillo on
t"ieJOth ot March for Kansas and Colorado.
This will afllrd Tcnnesseeans an opportunity to
soc the great West at slight expense and tirst
A team of horses attached to a dray ran away
ye-terday afternoon. They started on Market
Place and were caught in front ot the Mclxhee
Block by a colored woman. But little injury
was done the wagon.
Mrs. Iliissell.'wo are glad to say, has recovered
the clothes thought to have been stolon. The
laundress had taken them to Mr. J. S. Hall
for safe keeping during Mrs. It.'s absence.
The street hands are retitting the curbing on
Cumberland street It was badly needed.
A newly openeu uoiiar riore is the rage in
Knoxville just now.
A brilliant tire was seen last night in a north
easterly direction from the city, caused, it issun-
p-w'd, by burning brush, as the names extended
over a considerable extent ol ground.
t liem ntMiroMly Hook.
A sa Hicks Manual f Chancer; Practice and
A-ol'-inl't. tnotp to wie lawyer wno saves nun
.ireds of dollars worth ot labor by purchasing
a copy of them. Cosily to the author, who
viit through the '"mill'' of writing them lor
the -.,iU -mpti'ilc remuneration realized by the
These works are for sale by
Wiiiiams, Sturges & Co., lvnoxville.
W. T Berry & Co., Nashville.
ll.W.ide A- Co.. Memphis.
Pi ice of both bound tosrether CO
" Manual separately l(i 00
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s ii 1 them by express, 0. O. V., w hen desired. He
11 take pleasure, in furnishing them to re-
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WHAT OENEKOlS LAWYERS SAY
' We feel under many obligations to you
lurui-hing the profession with your valu
work on Chancery Practice.''
WHAT STINGY LAWYERS SAY.
'The price is enormous."
-WHAT EMINENT JIRISTS SAY.
Knoxville, Nov. .t, IS71
r. j. i-.v.-, :' , , .
Dear Slit: We have used during the term
.f the Supreme Court now about to end, your
Manual which you were kind enough to furnish
and we take pleasure 11 saving mai, we
e. derived much assistance in our labors from
We cheerfully recommend it to the profession,
1 - ..x .1 ...rtll r .. n
taie, anu cunvenieni, anu wen mucu
the subject of Chancery l'racuce.
A M N KT.SON.
Jas. W. Deaderick,
Thos. J. Freeman,
John L. T. Sneed.
COI, fOLYABS SPEECH.
Some l'luln Talk to Tennessee Democracy.
Col. A. S. Colyar, of Nashville, made a
speech last night at the Court House as by an
nouncement, to a very respectable audience.
His remarks were mainly directed to the dem
ocrats of Tennessee, and he told them some
plain truths. He said there were some very
stubborn Democrats in the tatc who co uldu
vor no political movement that did not bencht
Democracy. He read from dempcra 'C Paper
published at Sweetwater, d-"01111?'" mrpn
posed liberal movement. He said these men
could see no difference between .Grant and
Trumbull. He could see a great difterence. It
was one between Constitutional Liberty and
.. , t-... i,,t cid tho sneflker. tho old
line Whies of Tennessee have some claim up
on the Democracy and if the Democratic lead
ers did not act sensibly he proposed for one tu
go by them and appeal to the people.
WHIG CLAIMS UI'OX DEMOCRACY.
The Old Line "Whigs, said tho speaker fol
lowed Democracy into rebellion, they told the
latter what war would bring upon the country.
Some of us, more ardent than other, abandon
ed principle, as it were, and wen, into rebellion,
following democracy. Zollicofler and other
Whigs fought for the rebellion. A 11 this gi es
Whigs some claims lor consideration and they
ought not now to be told by Democracy that
their plea for a new departure was foolish. Jlc
did not want to make ar upon Democracy ,
but democracy ought to have some sen!.
The speaker said he had just been North to
Boston and Vew York, and the political wtua
tion was interesting. T( ...ae
The Republican bolt was formidable. It was,
for amnesty and Grant was not. J0f:
boa corpus. Grant was for martial law. liut
nothing could bo done if the piracy run a
candidate The speaker wanted to defeat Grant
became it would settle all political troubles and
quiet the country. If we are to bght the war
battles over we cannot expect immigration. It
the Cincinnati Convention-ndorses th Labor
lleform ticket of Davis and Parker, it becomes
a formidable ticket.
GRANT AN HONEST MAN.
The speaker said he did not beUere that Gen.
Grant iras the corrupt man he is charged vitn
bring. Yet he believed he did Mq.recia e
the dangers of martial law and Ibercf ore he
opposed him. lie believed his defeat would
build up our country and that 4wua'f
Wo have the finest country in t hewor Id but
we do not improve it. N ew England i sterile
as a desert, but they have energy, and it is a
rich and growing section.
Tho sneaker said we could not get men
to come hero for they had heard exaggerated
stories of our troubles. We have had troubles
and I do not deny it, and that i hy I want
some genoral political act that will show we
are now all right.
I do not deny but wo had kuklux in
Middle Tennessee. The speaker then gave an
account of their troubles in Iranklin county
when three colored men were hanged, and what
u .1., fr 1vi7 ouil ordkr. and how ho
plead with Gov. 13 row n for some bold, active
campaign against lawlessness.
AN HONEST CONCESSION.
kind to me and pardoned me tor my rebellion.
I i-nnw that, when I went into it 1 would be a
vat riot, if successful, but a traitor if defeated.
tliT'torc, appreciate ite paraoinna
' ." l J- T - ! Vioj Jnnlt liVlortlllv
meni nas given me. a siiy n " -"
with us and I propose to stand by the nag.
If we don't develop our country somebody
will come in here and do it for us, and I hope
fi,,. .;n t wnt. immimtion. I want capital.
tlivj A. O .... f 1
There arc! plenty of men who think as 1 do
but they are atraul to uuk, ior iney want to 6
to the Legislature or Congress.
The speaker referred nt length to our resour-
ces as a Mate ana whhi juigni uuun v. j
united effort and enterprise, lie thougni c
could secure this by the unin of Liberal Dem
ocrats and Republicans, and that is tho point he
wanted to urge. In conclusion he thanked all
tor their attention.
BANTER IS CALLED FOR.
t ... l .,n- imrn I'lin mndn for Colonel 13ax-
JOllJ vv fc.i ' . y
i 1 I . 1, nn;,ir:ni I TO WAT S TeillHrKS. 11C
U r. lie siiiu iic " .--
thought Democracy had done all the good it
c-udd and itought to stanu asiae, ne u
war to make on it, but its work was uoi e. ne
c;1id a lot of office holders nad control oi me
party and had nothing to propose lormegoou
y. .... ' i-,....., ,n -o; . Denioernt. lie
seem od to think more about Democracy than
u ....i nf thn stnt Kis friends announced
Hit tv' "A VJ . v-. - . .
some time agotnat ne woniu nmc a great.
in unviiMft in his annual message. ell. the
hut. no fur ns he could
ovor lnnrn tllPPvfent of his prOOOSCd relief for
v., v.. t.r-.... T.
the State was to ta.r suusoejoreu -'iyi"uc
and to take fox skins in payment Jor taxes
His remarks were short and the meeting dis
The iwo speeches, he large attendance, and
the manner with which the sentiments were re
o.,:,..i ci,,.'j flif timtion of Democracy in
C 1 1 VAI, .7UO II J t ' - - " ,
Ti.nn,.i.i vcrv well. No wonder lvins
says the partv is several thousand weaker than
a few years ago. f
THE JUAKQ 1" E It A D E.
iranI Kali nt Tnrner Hall-A rhnse of
The Gay .Maskers A Motley Arrny oftliar-
acters anl Costiimw.
Tta liul .nnn last, nvoninc which was cot
ten up under the auspices of the Knoxville
Turn Verein, was one of the pleasant entertain
ments ot the season. I5y '.J o clock mc
11 ALL WAS KILLED
with ladies and gentlemen in masks and clac
in costumes of every age, some of which w;ere
vfrv tine, whili! others wero comic and excited
the risibilities of the spectators by their gro
The German Hand breathed triumphant strains
of melodv at the success of the evenings en
lovmi'Tif. whi p Hodgson's Ouadrille Hand de-
hVkt.ml the 1 dancers. It was a sizht worth be-
holdinsr lo note the contrasts manifested,and re
freshed historical recollections by seeing in the
YMh centurv a correct reproduction of the fash
ionable srarb of centuries rone by. Neither was
historv alone ransacked for characters, but my
thology was searched to lend its aid for the car
At nine o'clock the niasoueraders, who had
assembled in the parlor of tho Franklin House
adjoining, inarched into the hall, the band plaj'
insramarch. After promenadins around the
room and oflbrding all an opportunity of be
holding the masks, Prot. Lowery, who was in
costume, though not masked, called for "part
ners for a quadrille," and pairing was executed
with a rapidity that would make the little birds
hide their heads on traditional St. Valentino's
day, and soon tho lloor was filled with gay
couples bent on one common object of forget
ting the anxieties of every day life in the eve
The contrasts were striking, especially as seen
in the dance. The helmned knight waltzed
with the peasant girl and Louis Napoleon bal
anced to a vender of pretzels, while Lord Dun
dreary was "how-wilied" at tho familiarity of
a sable wench. Spotted Tail was there with his
scalping knife and arrow, zealously guarding a
nymph from the approaches of an ape, while
in the next set might have been seen a shaven
monk tripping the light fantastic with a jaunty
vivandicrro. Harlequins and boot-blacks,
priests, nuns and soldiers swelled the throng,
and Paddy from Cork, with the freshly import
ed cockney, enjoyed themselves, though not at
the expense of the canny Scot and his lassie,
who represented the " land o' cakes."
Major Gratz, and Messrs. Hranncr and Jaqucs,
were appointed a committee to award prizes,
which they did as follow :
Prize for the best comic mask "Ihe lloos
ter," T. M. Schleier.
For the best gentleman mask, not comie
"Mephisto,"' from the opera of Faust, N. Eitler.
For the best lady mask "Aurora," Miss
Miss Hodgson was awarded a beautiful bo
ouctasa prize; Mr. Finer a bottle of cham
pagne and Mr. Schleier a ham.
The most outro characters were the Shanghai
Cock, whose strut would have done honor to
Callus himself, and tho perambulating Ger
man Windmill, which did very well for high.
Tho majority of tho characters were comic,
though some of the costumes were extremely
rich among which we may mention that of Me
nhisto scarlet, with scarlet mantle trimmed with
Ermine, and black mask, N. Liner; the Con ti-
entMlblue velvet coat embroidered with sil
ver lace, silk stockings, knee breeches and
three-cornered cocked hat, Chas. Kohlhase.
Jos. Gratz looked every inch a Napoleon;
but few, however, would have recognized John
nie Hodgson in the herco Tapal Zouave.
The characters sustained by some of the a
dies were most beautiful and in excellent taste.
Miss Jennie Gratz was regal as " Germania,'
and Miss Augusta Liner, acted well t he
"Daughter of the Kogiment," win lo M a
Schleier as "Winter," in robes of spotless white
made one involuntarily think ot the region., of
eternal snow. , , . ,
About 12 o'clock supper was ser cu, . .u
was gotten up in Mr. tiner ; s -
is always salislactory nuwnswuv. j
tainable luxury. .
r -1 - 1 . -,.ionHint. in an em-
broidered French court suit and looked as
though ready to take his place with ze grana
monarque." , ,
The party present was large and 1101c than
the room would comfortably contain but space
is cleared for the dancers anu an UJuju
themselves splendidly, 'inai uie xur.iyr
querade was entirely successful none will doubt
who were present.
Objects or General Artmlrntloc.
Tho chromos, pictures and picture frame
ately received at the & T. 13. II.
The Court met at the usual hour yesterday
r t...3A AT I. lltill twct-
morning. His Jionor ouu-c- . pr
iding. The following is among mu i'iut-u-
l"f Vos LWilliams a practicing attorney of this
State, came forward and took the oath required
Estate vs Frank rhelps; nol pros on payment
of costs, Ilenrv Kyan security.
State V3 Christopher Gamus ; forleiture set
aside on payment of clerk's fee.
State vs Jos A Mabry ; uismisseu on iaj mc-ut
of costs, J R AVaisman security.
State vs AY S Udell ; passea unui euuesuay
State vs D M Nelson ; continued, Jos J aquas,
C M McGhce, John Netherland, Jos A Mabry,
T A K Nelson, Ii M Barton and 11 C Jackson
securities. , ..,,,
State vs Lea & Foster; passed until mursuay
The following proceedings were had in the
Circuit Court yesterday. His Honor duuge
Hall presiding :
W N 13 Jones vs Uerrv x leveianu , nuc 101
new trial disallowed and new trial refnsd.
Win. Lyle, for use of It S Payne fc Co vs i
C Hunter; motion to dismiss; motion sustain
ed and petition dismissed.
II L W Mynatt ot al vs Jas nson ; re.crreo.
J P Pauls et als vs YV li uson ci ai , judg
ment by default and writ of inquiry awarded.
J S Knight vs W 1 rarnam ciai; juryKiu 1
respited. Court adjourned to meet at o'clock
The following proceedings were
had in the
Chancery Court yesterday, Judge ().
-T TI Rrrsoii. ndm'r. VS r (i 31c Mullen et ai ;
ST and Sarah II Hunter allowed to become de
fendant'. . , x .
O r Temple et al vs Morgan L.ane ana l
Gratz: reference to clerk and master.
Jl V Mcintosh et al vs Annette .McMillan et
al ; reference to clerk and master.
Andrew Sharp vs Charles Morrow, auni r,
etc, et al ; reference to clerk and master.
Court adjourned till " o ciock mis morning.
"We learn that that hydrophobia is prevailing
a considerable extent in Powell's " alley and
near Cumberland Gap. Our informant stated
that one gentleman in the neighborhood lost
three horses and another a steer which were
bitten by mad dogs.
I will attend at the following places to take
testimony in tho case of claims against the
United States, as follows:
At Loudon, first Monday of March.
At Thorn Grove, second Monday of March.
At Powder Spring Gap, Grainger county,
third Monday of March ; continuing one week
at each place. J-- C Hock,
Globe Flower Syrup cures whooping cough,
sore throat, bronchitis and asthma.
To the PnMlc.
Notice is hereby given that I have this d;iy
withdrawn from the Knoxville Tobacco Manu
facturing Company as Superintendent, and now
hold no connection with it whatever Said
company is hereby warned against using my
name or any of my brands in its further opera
tions. I return my sincere thanks for the kindness
and courtesy shown me by a generous public,
sinco I have resided in this city, and most re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same, in
tobacco or otherwise. AV. V. Lkftwr h.
Ksoxtille. Tenn., Feb. 'J4, 172. ii27dlt
Use Globo Flower Cough Syrup.
Kceris 1 ScmU 1 1
George Brown has just received nt his agri
cultural warehouse and seed store 11 large ship
ment of choice field and garden seeds, and for
sale at wholesale and retail. Ho proposes to
supply dealers on better terms than they can
purchaso in any other market, iJdiwtf
A first-class Boarding House has just been
opened by Mrs. T. F. Grimaldi, a Virginia lady,
on the corner of State and Cumberland streets,
which is very convenient to the business portion
of the city. Boarding by the day, week, month,
tor single meals furnished). The house is largo
and conimodiou, with good and well ventilated
rooms, neatly furnUhed with new- furniture,
fcc. Her table will compare favorably with that
of any other table in the city. She hopes with
these inducements, to receive a liberal share of
patronage. " " iilO-lnii
A few more of those ladies ready made suits
at Thos. . McMullcn & Co.'s at cost. ii'iJdlt
McMullcn & Co. have marked down
in order to make room for their spriiu
A Safe Hand Lamp and Oil for '2o cents.
lOtf Heald & Lockk.
Pcmberton's compound extract of Stillingia
cures all old mercurial and venereal disease.
Just try Globe Flower Cough Syrup for con
sumption, asthma and croup.
Goods can be brouj
;ht now very cheap at tho
Iu every Slyle nt Sclierf" Kclaiiraiit.
The citizens of Knoxville and vicinity are re
spectfully informed that I will constantly keep
on hand at my Restaurant, under the Lamar
Houso, the finest and largest Norfolk Oysters,
which will be received daily. My customers
will bo served with 03-steH in any style at rea
sonable prices. It is my intention to receive
constant supplies of these fino oysters on the
shell, which will be sold at the lowest rates.
Private families and parties supplied on reason
able terms Joux Schkrk.
Under the Lamar House.
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
C O A. H. A. N X TV O O 13.
Orders promptly tilled and satisfaction guar
anteed. Office Col. Jno. II. Crozier & Sons, Gay L
Forced lo Work. .
' The old popular Clothier, S. Bissinger, swings
out his advertisement again on our first page.
The good iuan sold his clothing at cost last win
ter and thought he would be able to quit the
business, but his pa'rons wouldn't permit it.
They have just forccd him to work again, for
his goods are so cheap and his clothing made to
order so neat and stylish that his friends need
his help to make them look well. Head his ad
vertisement and go examine his stock and be
convinced. Bissinger has an established repu
tation in Fast Tennessee in his business and is
now prepared to do better than ever by his
patrons. His motto is quick sales and short
1 take pleasure to announce to the Ladies of
Knoxville that I have opened m3' Booms, situ
ated in tho Exchange llestaurant, where Oys
ters and Meals, after bill of fare, will be served
up, in any style, at all hours. N. Fifler.
The Oreat Ilnir Producer.
Hair Oils, Pomatums and Pomades fcave had
their day. They belong to tho musty past.
Nobody that understands the chemistry of the
hair and the philosophy of its growth thinks of
using them. Instead of clogging the pores of
the scalp with thick onguents, and thus ob
structing the insensible preparation which is es
sential to the health of the fibers, we now tone
the surface of the head with an invigorating ap
plication which penetrates to the roots of the
hair and stimulates them in the same way that
the fertilizing agents spead over the meadows
stimulate the grass roots and cause tho blades to
spring up in myriads, coating the earth with
verdure. The invigorant best adapted to this
Eurpose is Lyon s Katiiairon. It may well
e called the fertcrli-.er of the head. To tho
barren scalp it communicates vegetative power.
If the hair is dropping out or becoming dry and
withered, it arrests the process of dilapidation
or blight. The hair thickens and becomes
glossy and flexible under its genial operation,
and as adressing it is tinapproached by any pre
paration that has yet been laid on the toilet ol I
iy-If you desire rosy checks and a complex
ion fair and free from Pimples and Blotc' es,
purify your blood by the use of Dr. Pierce's
(lolden Medical Discovery. It has no equal for
To the Vol era of Knox County.
I take this method of announcing myself, a
candidate for re-election, to the ofiico of Sheriff
of Knox county at tho August election, 1872. I
have been serving 3-ou in the capacity ot .siierin
for the past two years ; as to how I have con
ducted the business of said office, is to you well
known. I will, if elected, in tho future, as in
the past, discharge the duties of tho office" to
the best of my ability, irrespective of party.
1 cannot closo this announcement without
tendering my sincere thanks to my friends of
all parties, for their hearty support in my last
election. . F. Oossett.
A..OrMKJ!EXTS OF ( AMI! OATHS.
Persons announcing themselves candidates for office
in this column will be charge! regular advertising
rates for the time their name ojp'.-ir. Announcements
in the local column will be charge 1 at b'cal rates.!
In emut'liarice with almost daily solicitations find
inquiries by citizens of ail parts of the county. I an
nounce my name as a candidate for inherit! ol Knox
county, nt the next August election, and would be
proud t have the assistance of as m my of the citizens
as may hoose to vote for me. r
janfs A. S. IIUDIBLKG.
County Court tlerlt.
Weaic authrrizod and requested to announo. the
name of J. A. BLANU as a candi-late for re-election
to f.e office of County Court Clerk of Knox county, at
the en.'uing August election.
We are au!hori7cJ and requested to announce the
name of JAKE W. M ILLS a a candidate lor the office
of County Court Clerk of Kaox county at the ensuing
I We are auihori.'ed :md requested t announce the
name ot 1 . li. xMciib.HUUt- as canniate ior couuiy
Court Clerk, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized and requested to announce the
name i' DICK ilcCALLUM as a candidate lor Ta?:
Collector ot Knox county, at tho ensuing August elec
tion. Ve a-c authoriicil and requested to announce JOHN
M. 1IAKH1S as a camli late for Tax Collector at the
coming Aogtist election.
W'c arc requested to announce tho name of U. F.
BKARDKN ns a candidate for Trustee for Knox coun
ty at the coming August election.
Chancery Court at Knoxvilie.
Charles Seymour, Charles AVarinfr. A. It. Humes and
Jno. Iv. Payne, ex iarte.
r II EKE AS. THE ABOVE NAMED PARTIES
have tiled their petition in the Chancery Court
at Knoxville. asking tor a cliarter ot incorporation
under the name and style of the " Prospect Hill Ceme
tery Com pa.ny," under the act of tho (iencral Assem
bly entitled "An act to authorize the Chancery Courts
of this State to grant letters of incoruoratioa,"
The objects of such incorporation are to purchase,
rent, lease and sell land in the vicinity of the city of
Knoxville.Tenm ssce, with office at Knoxrille.
This is therefore to notify all persona who have any
objections to the granting of said charter to appear be
fore tho Chancery Court at Knoxvillo on the third
Monday of March next, and show cause why letters of
incorporation should not issue, or the petition w ill le
Erocccdcd with e parte : and that a copy of this order
e published in the Knoxville Dady Chronicle for
thirty day?. This February 17, A.D. 1872.
A copy of the order. Attest :
fclSd JO M. L. PATTERSON. C. i M.
Court at Knoxville.
No. 2, .72.
Kent Jarv's, Charles Seymour, A. R. II uuics, Charles
Waring and Charles D. MctJufley. ex parte.
tirilEREAS, THE ABOVE NAMED PARTIES
W have fiied their petition in the Chancery Court
at Knoxville. asking for a charter of incorporation by
the n uuc nd style of the "L'naka Mining and Manu
facturing Company," under the act of the General As
sembly entitled "An act to authorize the Chancery
Courts of this State to grant letters of incorporation.
The objects of such incorporation are to purchase,
rent, lease and sell land, mines, water-power3 and
farms, operating chiefly in tho Ocoee District, Tennes
see, with otiieM in Knoxville, or in either or all ot tho
counties of Monroe, Blount. Polk and Bradley-
Th s K therefore, to notify all persons who have
any obicction? tthe granting of said Charter to a p
pear bef-re the Chaocery Court at Knoxville, on the
third Monday of March, next, and show cause why
letters of incorporation should not issue, or the peti
tion will be proceeded with ex parte; and that a copy
of this order l e published in the KnoJnlle Daily
Chronicle for thirty day. This February li. n -
A copy of the order. Attest:
w M. L. PATTERSON. C. A M.
Chancei'3 Court al Knoxville.
J T. Ambrose, C. Zimmerman. William If. Alexander.
Siimuel II. McLemoie. Jehu Jones. John Yt . Alex
ander, II. A. Martin, J. L. Waham. S. II Perry,
Ureen McLemore, John J. Waham, and John J.
Martin, ex parte, -
WHEREAS. THE ABOVE NAMED PARTIES
have hied their petition in the Chancery Court
at Knoxville. asking to be incorporated under the
name and style of the "Knoxville Manufacturing and
Building Company." the object of which is to carry on
a eeneral manufacturing and house building business,
repairing and manufacturing of agricultural imple
ments, and manufacturing aul rcp.iumg the wood
work of railroad cars.
This i therefore to notify any person who may .le.-ire
to resist such incorporation, to nppear 'before the Chan
cery Court at Knoxville on the 3d Monday ot M-rch
next and show cause why loiters ot incorporation
should not issue, or the fame will be proceeucd with
"ituri'li-red that this notice he ruMished in the
Cnoxville Chronicle for thirty days. This iebruary
PWS72- . ,
A copy ol the order.
M.lV PATTERSON. C. & M.
W. A. UALBKAIT1I. D. C. Jc M.
Chancery Court at Knoxville.
John A Ouaif Ilarvy Clark, Charles D. Thurber, and
Jason B. Kelly, ex parte.
VV 7" II ERE AS. T.iE ABOVE NAMED PARTIES
V have tiled their ictition ia the Chancery Court
at Knoxville.askins to be incorporated under the name
and style of the " Knoxville Car Uheel Company."
The objects of such incorporation are for the purpose
of minine. manufacturing and vending iron, making
car wheels, and of doing a general foundry business.
This is therefore tonotily any person having any ob
jection to such corporation, to aprear before the Chan
cery Court at Knoxville on the 3d Monday of March
next, and show cause, if any they h ve why letters of
incorporation should not be granted, or the same will
b proceeded with ex ii rte. .
It is ordered that this notice be publish in the
Knoxville Chronicle tor thirty days. This Februnry
Acopy of the order. Attest:
1 M- L. PATTERSON, C k M
d3CI " ' By W. A. OALBRAITH, DC M.
C. v.'. Hall. J. C. Tark.r. S- A. Caldwell. A-
strong. Gained McMillan. W llliaiu Lowell. Horace
Foster and !?. R . carhoruh. n P 1 t? t r ks
WHEREAS, THE ABOVE jPJCourt
hare fileu their petition m the Chcery Court
at Knoxville. asking lor an amendment t "1"V1
the Legislature passed May -4th. 17. ent.tbid An
Act to incorporate the Tennessee fi Vj?ta
Company, and for other purposcf." in whichtne Kut
le le Tumpiko Company" was incorporated. ,
The object of mch amendment beinc to appoint ue
above petitioners commissioners or nf'rporators in
the said "Kutledge Turnpike Company." with the cora
missioners alr aly acting, and gmnsr said incorpora
tion further power, ,
This is therefore to notify any person desmn to re
sist such amendment, to appear before the -hanry
Court at Knoxville on the 3d Monday of March next,
and show cause why the same should not be grantco.
or it will be proceeded with ex parte. , .
It ordered that this notice be published in the
Knoxville Daily Chronicle for thirty day?. This rco
ruaiy 15, 1872.
A copy of order. Test : pATTERS0N c. k M
d50d By IV. A. QALBRAIT1I. D.C.AM.
lTlIOLCSALE 3IARUKT UK PORT
J. TV. GAUT,
Frodure and Commission Merchant,
Market Place, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Knoxville, Tex. Feb. '21, l-STi
('notations of leading articles :
Produce Stands about as at this time las
Wheat But little offered; readily taken by
our mills at SI. Hhil.M) per bushel.
Corn Is worth 00c. looe, buying; selling
price, 71 to 7-ic in car loads.
Oats Good local demand at 4-jc loo-e; sell
ing from store, oTa'X.-. sacked.
Hay Buying price 20ea$l 00 per cwt, baled ;
selling, $1 fo by the car load.
Dried Fruit Nominal ; half peaches, oi to
0c ; Apples, 4iaGc.
Flour Scarce and in demand; best family
brand, Sotx per sack ; c-xtra $4 To.
Bacox Buving loose from wagons, 7a7c. for
hog round. Well trimmed Hams are wanted
Lard Some demand at OaOJc; selling a 1 10a
10e. in tin cans.
Feathers Prime, 5-3; duck and mixed, I'Hi
Butter Prime for local trade 'J0c to '11c ;
irregular lots, H to loc, dull.
Fug.s 13 to ISc per dozen.
Irish Potatoes 03a70c., loose from wagons.
Beeswax L'7aic per pound.
Seed Clover, $f00 per bushel.
KnoxTille Ketall Market.
Apples dril '10?B Meal.
green ?i.Wa53.xtrbu. Nails
Putter Li)fti"Vtt Oats. bu?
I:WOn, IISUIS.1'. C., .V'il?3
" S'des 10 Md-iJ.ir4'
" ShouMers.-i ' 10 rts
Pceswsx "iii) ff
Uctt green (tloIb
" dried. 1" (HL'Orl
Candleis. V th cu-5
fheaf. fcwtK W
On'u ii j. $ I :St-1 - O'T'bu
Poultry Chicken?, lofa 2ie
" leee. atri-0
Pca. dried. ?bu?7.V'i f 1.U)
Potatoej" ?w 't.tbl s -.t!U
Peaches dried.fth '.; M
Rice.Vth Y'W H
Coid Oil JOtiogal
Cheese -IV" i')Vto
Cotton Yarns,VdoB.?13ftd5 i?ugiir crushed, "rlh ,
Salt, i e.ick
Su pern no MH."
shot, - rv2iyn
Tea preen..J'i.O' ? ft
" black. lo&i.H)?m
Feathers -jiii.6ijpn Tar...
liar 75iS0Vcwt Tallo
? ft 10
Molasses, f4 gal.
12 Vinegar.? gal i'J
I.ivo Stock Mnrkrl.
HORSES AM) ?IL'LES.
"Wo have no vliange to noto since our la-t re
ix'i t. The .Southern market is still overstocked.
lJut two transactions in horses have come to our
knowledge durins the week and that at alorced
s.ile. which is no criterion of tho condition of
the market. liuvers from Pennsylvania are in
Kentucky on the lookout for mules, they being
smoother than those from Indiana, though com
manding better prices. The great difference in
price between cash and credit sales make both
buvprs and sellers alike cautious. There are no
nictations that can be given, prices depending
entirely on the necessity tor purchasing ana the
real value ot tueaniniai.
Capt. Arch Myers of Campbell county, one
ot llie largest came ueaiers in x,ai Aenneaei-,
brought in a small lot of line cattle on Monday,
which were readily disposed ot at good figures.
The receipts of cattle for tho past week,
though not as large as for the weok previous,
were very fair, and the general Quality of those
sold was considerably beyona tho average.
Several tar loads were shipped during the
week, and others will follow soon. The num
ber sold during tho week was) '.U head at an
aggregate gross weight of 8 l,W3 pounds. The
market continues iirm, and tho demand good,
and ready sale can be found for car load lots of
good lef cattle at the following ouotations :
No. 1 Beef cattle, 4c; good beef cattle, Sitfk;
ordinary beef cattle, L'Ja:k
. The demand for hogs continues good, with a
firm market. The receipts for the pat week
were large, though tho quality might have
been better. The demand h principally for
rdiipmcnt, and car-load . lots are preferable to
buyers, but our farmers will find god hogs in
small lots in "fair request. 110 head were sold
during the week on market square, at an aggre
gate gross weight of 13,7'J-j pounds.
Quotation. Largo fat hog?, :5a4c, gross ;
Small fat hogs, 3u:!$c, gross ;
The receipt during tho week were large, w ith
little or no change in the price. "VY? quote best
quantity at $2 toil W per head ; ordinary $1 to
They hay market ii very linn, with good dc
mand at'JOcaSl W per cwt. The amount sold
on Market Square during the week was :52,7'.'-3
f York Jlarkel.
N;w York, Feb. '21. Money, 0a7. Sterling
0-iaV. (jold, Sl.10inl.l0. Governments dull,
stead v. States, steady, neglected. New South
Cotton stead v; sales, l,4-"0 bales; uplands,
J'i; Orleans, '2-U
Futures to-dav 11,V"0 bales: March. 'Hi,
2-J15-HI April, J2 LM;, Si. May, '11, '11 7-10.
JulyJ-'.J. August, -2M, Li. September, 21 .
Flour dull, unchanged ; "Whisky activo but
lower 'AH. Y"heat heavy and r.ominally la"J
lower; decline chiefly on spring; Cwinter red
western, $l.jal.70. Corn heavy, lower, 'Ja
10). Kice quiet. Pork, shoulders easier, $H.OU
a-Sl t.OS. Lard inactive, shade easier. Tallow
Cincinnati, Feb. 117. Pork nominal. SI"a
SL5.o(. Lard unchanced. Uaconquict ; shoul
ders, i ; side-, 7a7J. Yhisky, 8-").
Louisvillb, February 27. Bagging, demand
light, holders nrm. HJal7. Provisions, lair de
mand on orders; littlo demand for round lots.
Pork, $13 2-3. Shoulders, 01c ; sides, Jae
Untitling Kites for Sale.
I offer for sale a few building sites, from five
to fifteen acre?, on the Kutledge pike, and front
in" tho Fair Grounds.
niarch31-dtf J03. A. Mabp.t.
II nildlng Lots For Hale.
I offer a tew Building Lot', in the city, tor
gHlo Jos. A. Mabry.
K. T. BAII.ET,
EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT
are prepared to purchase, at
Best Rates, Gold, Silver, Gov
ernment, State, County, City, and
Railroad Bonds and coupons, Bank
of Tennessee Notes, New and Old
Issue, Uncurrent Southern Bank
Notes, and East Tenn., Va. and Ga. R.
We transact a General Banking
Business, buy and sell Eastern and
Southern Exchange at current ratee,
receive deposits and make collections
upon the most favorable terms.
Interest paid on Deposits in Savings
TIckel by Inman, Anthor and National
Lines of Ocean Steamers, au l Eichamre on
all the principal cities of Europe for sale.
is. Y. BAILEY, Cashier.
July 15 -dJtwtf.
People's Bank of Knoxville
ST ati: ii;pos!Tonv,
Orrics; Ocoee Rank Buildinif. ;.;y Sfret.
Will tranaa iGener.d Bankin and Rrokerns? Du-
ne??, rreeive Deposits
Hsur cert! oca tej of Lpioir,
li and Silver. Rank Not,
deal in tschanee. buy i
Bnds and Stocks.
We prefer that Coil-cU rs f Revenue should com io
p;r?;.n or send lunds lo,- airmt instend f.f by mail
,r S. F. MITCH ELL.
Cable Screw W i iv
BOOTS AND SHOES
'.vcrth lvu pair of ordinary jfged vr
A Sl'RE CPRE fcr this distressing compla:nt i n-w
iuae known in a treatise 'of 44 octavo iae?)on For
eign and Native Herbal Preparations', rubliphed by
-'''.' a nei lirown. ine ire!criiti.n w;n lif?covercd
by him in such a irovidenti)il mannrr th:it h nm n.
conscientiously refuse to make it known, a Unas cured
everybody who has rsed it tor i its. never hivinfai'.?d
in a single ca-e. The ingredient may K obt.tine i
from any dmirsist. A copy sent free t'II ap lic.inr
b? mail. Ad-lress 1r. o. PlIKLP LKOWN.il iran 1
Street. Jersiy City. K. J.
NEW SEEDS AND PLANTS,
tent by Mail or Kxprees.
Our Scrd and Plant tafalognes for
Numbering 17" p.-i-cs, .tn 1 containing
T WO COLO Ji E I) PL A T 1 : :
EiK-h worth twk-e the cot of Cat.dn ucs. mailed t
applicant? on receipt of cents.
Pceeftmen, 35 Cortlandt Street. N. Y,
The (ieat Fires
In CHITAno nnl the V,Ti:ST by Kcv. I'. J.H.m h
stked. D.D., of ChicaRo. Unly complete hi.-t-ry 7'
8v. paces ; t'O encr-ivincs. 7o.ii") alrf-a.iy li. Tri-
S2..7). 2V acents made in 2 d.ivs. Pr"t't c to ul
frrrs. Acents wanti. H. . (iU0LPEKD A OK.
7 Park Kow, New York.
AGENTS lVantel. Apents make nrre mony at
work for un thn at anythinc else. Pu-in--. linht
and permanent. Particulars tree. t. tj'IINON A
CU., fine Art Puhlishcrs, Portland. Main.
Aaents profit per we k. Will
or forfeit S-V"'. New uriiMc-
enteIJuly ISth. Sample? sent t"re to a!!.". i lr-
11- tHIDKSTER. "o. Broa Iway. N. Y.
Cancers. Tumors. l leers.
Astoun.lig cures by Trs. Klims and LinJh-y.at the
Philadelphia Cancer Institute, 11 Arch street, Plioa
delphia. Pa. At Lranch ntl ;ce- by lr. l)alt"n. .
Fourth St.. Cincinnati. O.: by Ir. Green Charlotte. N.
C; by Irs. llealy & Benton, Corner of Uroa 1 n l Ala
bama Sts.. Atlanta. Ga ; by lr. Brand-all. 11 '. Court
St.. Memphis. Ttnn.
WOXDERI1L t'AMEU ATII TllS.
No Knife. Xo Caustic Medicines. NoBI-' l. Lif!e
Pain. For particulars, call on or ad-Ires either ot tb;
Bloomington Nursery, Illinois.
20th TEAR! GO ACRES! 1J GBEEX-I10USES
FjtrKet Aertment. llet .Stack. U
lrlre?i. Tree?. Shru'-s. Plants. Bulbs. SeeN. Sto-k.
ratr.-. Ac, 1(M llluxf rnteU t!ln;n
10 C'eiitt. Bulb, Plant. Seed Cataloirues. ad lor l'
eent. Wholesale Price List, free. Send for these be
fore buyioc elsewhere.
K. PIIOK.MX. Hlooiiilii K t oM
.Vr Cured Oil MOXKY UK
Fl'NUKD Send t. W. C. Ilamilt.jn ,fc Co.. M"hole?al
IrucMsfs, Cincinnati. Ohio, for ue oottle of KKES
FEVEK ANU A'iLE TONIC. Sent prepaid l--r
I'or flic liilnc.v ami Uvcr-
r.-e H.imiIt.n,sBl'CHU AND DANDELION. Ju-t
what your 'hjicin rres,ribes. Snt irepai-l for ?1
per bottle, by W. C-Jlaaiilton JL Co., Drupgiyts. Cin
BOOTS AND SHOES
Are worth two pair without.
1 loii't fail lo procure MRS. WINS
Ji LOW'S SOOTHING rj VISIT FOK
CHILDIIKX TKETH ING.
ThMTRlunble rrepfrntion hn? bcn use-I with NEV
ER FAILING SUCCESS, in Thousand. of cases-
It not only relieves the hil-l from pain, but invin"
rates the ytomach and bowel, corrects a--i'lity, an-I
gives toneand eneriry to the whole system. It will al-o
G'ripln? in the Vowel and Wind Colic.
We believe it the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IN
THE WOULD, in all ra.e- of DYSENTERY AM'
DIARRHOEA IN CUILDREN, whether arl-iu from
teethinc or any othercause.
Full directions for using will a.-comrany ea. 'i lwt;Ie.
None genuine unlea the fac-siuiile of CL'KITS A PER
KINS. New York, is on the outile wrapper.
Sold bv all Medicine Dealers. Jcclodiwlrlp
Happy Relief for Younc Men from the effects of Er
rors and Abuses in early life. Manhood re-tored Ner
Toui debility cured. Impediment to Marriax re
moved. New method of treatment. New and remark
able remedies. Books and Circulars .ent free, in Mrild
envelope AJlre. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia. P tiecJT.Tl