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Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found
will be inserted in thit column at 23 Cents each in
tertion, not exceeding five lintt; over five lines 5 Cents
or each additional line reill he charged.
CHEAP FOR CASH. -ONE HOUSE AND LOT
on Jackson street, fronting on the b. 1. s ('.a. . In
road eronnda S4 leer., running back li) J??t. for par-
road BTonnrlrf Ki Ipp.t-. rnnnins bac
tieulars apply to T.
kNE OF THE FINEST AND BEST LOCATED
f ntn : Koifv nn the first floor of Exchange
and Depo-dt Bank building, recently occupied by Con
tinental Life Insurance Company and lleox Mining
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MUSSOX i BAILEV.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
THURSDAY MORNING, AFRIL 11, 1S72.
CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
TIi I.nriret Clrcnlatlon of any Daily
lu 1;hU Tennessee.
DAM.r MEILOKOLOGICAL KEr JKT.
Hignni Service, V. 8. Army.
Knoxville, Tkxs.. April 10. 1872.
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7 A. Jf.
2 P. M.
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War De?'t, Orrics Chief Signal Officer.
Washington. D. C. April in. (7:30. r. v..) 1872.
Clenr and leacaut weather will prevail on Thursday
from the lover lakes to Florida, and eastward to the
Atlantic. An area of quite low barometer is appar
ently advancing eastward toward the Northwest, where
'xicreasdng brisk southerly winds are probable for to
night with continued fall of barometer, and extend on
Thursday over the upper lake region and Ohio Valley.
Southerly winds with increased cloudiness will extend
eastward over the western Gulf States Tennessee and
Kentacky. Increasing to very brisk southerly to east
erly winds are probable for the upper laKes,
Dangerous winds are not anticipated for to-night.
Brojrans selling cheap, at Si'ofkoru's
There will be preaching every night this w eek
at tho Haittist Church. ly Rev. J. 13. Lee and
Rev. W. A. Montgomery, D. D.
Farusols are new, handsome and
Perhaps no class of men on this continent
have been more imposed upon and grossly out
raged than the workingmen of the United.
States. They have been regarded as an inferior
race, devoid of brains, poverty-stricken, and
socially unequal to the higher classes of society.
In the estimation of tho rich and purse-proud,
they have been considered as only fit to be used
as to many mules in dray carts. Hence they
have been shoved aside and treated with cold
ness and contompt. No one has sympathized
with them in their fearful struggles with adverse
circumstances, nor attempted to ameliorate their
down-trodden condition. They have been forced
to work out the hard problem of life single
handed and alone.
But let me suggest to all workingmen who
may road this article that the day ot their re
demption is near at hand. All the indications
are that way, if I have not misconceived the
character of the times. A higher degree of
deference and respect is being shown them.
Politicians are beginning to court them, and the
higher classes are discovering that there is some
merit even in mechanics and laboring men.
lucre is a reason for all this, ana u lies in
the broad fact that the working men are begin-
ning to realize the necessity ot rallying to each
other s support and of pressing on to hisrher at
tainments in intelligence. In the Northern
States thev are organizing, iornnng compact
bodies and thus preparing to assert their
strength and influence. They have their
unions" and they extend in every direction.
There is scarcely a town of any significance
where these unions ' do not exist. JNor are
they unshapen masses. They are clearly de
fined and the whole machinery reduced to a
thorough svstem. They have a masterly organ
through which they speak and their utterances
are bold, progressive and intelligent.
I have said that these unions ' extend in
every direction, mere are several in mis ciij,
lvas it maybe kept, and they are working
manfully for the elevation and redemption
of the entire craft. Do not misunder
stand me. I have not said that they
were laboring in the interest of any political or
ganization. This is not the case. They are con
trolled by higher and more solid considerations.
I hey are banded together tor eacn oiner -, ooa
mnmllv. snriiillv nnd intellectually. Tt"t is
their objective point. 1 do not mean to assertlbat
they may not, in the end. look to the promo
tion of such men, politically speaking, who will
respect, protect and Joster tneir peculiar riguis
i . ' r -r 1 .1 -..III .1- ... V.
and interests, i tninic iney win uo so. yt-r-tainly
they ought to do so ; at the same time
such is not the object of their organization.
There is one specific object they have in view,
that of forming co-operative movements, which
they are doing all over the States. There is one
in embryo in this city, and the prospect now is
that it will become formidable. Valuable ma
terial belongs to it. Brains and energy control
it. I predict for it a bright luture. l hen l un
derstand that there is to be a gathering of the
mechanics soon to put the. ball more fully in
PFor China, Glass and Queentware
East Tennessee China House.
Wall Paper and Window Shades,
Th largest, most varied and richest assortment
in l:niiessee at the h. 1. IS. 11.
' For Plain and Block Tin Japan "Ware,
"Wooden "Ware, Ico Cream Freezers and "Water
Coolers go to the East Tennessee China Hour-e.
Free lecture on rapid calculations at the
Board of Trade rooms to-night (Thursday), by
R. B. Welch. Accountants and Business men
are specially invited.
A large stock of New York Sugars just
teived at the Knoxville Tea Hong.
Uu "Wednesday morninsr, April 101b, at tho
re;idenco of the bride, by Rev. .1. C. Phelps
Mr. K. Mann, of Chattanooga, to Mrs. Eliza
beth M. Wallace, of Rockford.
Howard x boulo have put another bran new
WMguii to running, delivering tho Wheeler and
Wilson sewing machine, under tho manage
ment ol tho local agents at this place, Messrs
Sprague &. Taj lor.
A large stock of Dried Beef and Hams jut
arrived at Ueo Co Howarter s.
Julius Ochs, Esq.. has removed his office
from tho building adjoining 31. & N. Stern's
clothing store and can now be found one door
south of btacy & Angers, ready to transact any
business that may be required.
For Fine Cutlery, Plated Knives, Spoons and
1 orks go to the East lennessee China House.
lho Morristown Gazette states that the re
cent purchasers of the East Tennessee aud Wes
tern North Carolina Railroad have organized,
by electing Gen. A. E. Jackson, President, and
J. C Hardm, Secretary and Treasurer.
Go to Lee & Howarter' s
lor your Cincinnati
at Lee &
A gentleman having occasion to frequently
pass oy the Atkin House desires us to call
public attention and the notice of tho authori
ties to a class of vulgar, profane and boisterous
boys that congregate about the steps on the
west side of the Atkin House on the public
tvallc. They are a nuisance and the police
ought to look after them.
Just Cot In.
G. B. McCrary, one of Morristown's live
merchants, has just returned from Knoxville,
where he has been to lay in a supply of Spring
and Summer goods, and he got them dry goods
groceries, boots, shoes, hats, etc. Also a full
fine of millinery goods. Morristown Gazette.
Of course.he got what he wanted. The whole
sale houses of Knoxville arc prepared to sell at
as advantageous rates as Eastern dealers.
The Council Chamber.
The city council chamber has been fitted up
in a neat and comfortable manner for the ses
sions of the Board of Aldermen and presents an
appearance highly creditable to tho taste of tho
Committee on Building?. Tho floor is covered
with cocoa matting and the walls and ceiling
freshly painted, tho cornice ornamented with a
border of green and gold.
A slightly raised stand has beon placed at the
north end of the room on which is a line walnut
desk finished in oil, for the convenience of the
M ayor and Recorder. The room is furnished
with a long table covered ith oileleth and two
dozen office chairs from the furniture establish
ment of Messrs. Ristine & May.
Case or Destitution.
On yesterday morning a colored woman who
gave her name as Mary Cowan, was found un
der the porch of Mr. A. C. Bruce's house, and
on being questioned told a tale of suffering that
appealed to the sympathy of those who heard
her. She had been ill for some time, and lived
with a woman named Amanda Smith until
Tuesday night, when she was turned out of
doors and started out in search of shelter, when
her strength gave way and she lay down where
she was found.
Alderman Mariner was informed of the cir
cumstances, and calling in the aid ot OtSccrs
Harper and Cole, sho was provided with tem
porary lodgings at Andy Motfatt's, on Grsvo
Such instances, although rare, show tho ne
cessity of a public hospital or a house of refugo.
Tuesday night, it will be remembered, was quite
cold, and the poor creature must have suffered
severely from exposure.
Olive Logan at the Female Institute.
Upon invitation of the Principal, Olive Lo-
rrai, uiiltnd tlio VotiiqIo Tmtituto vnstppflilV Jit
11 o'clock a.m., and after listening to rehearsals
by Misses Adelia Armstrong, Lulu Butler and
Julia Jackson, deliyered an address to the
young ladies, which ior point, neatness anu
wisdom is rarely equalled in addresses to scnooi
girls. She spoke from the heart, therefore to
the heart. After a neat and discriminating
commendation of the rehearsals performed be
fore her, with some nice criticisms upon the at
titude and action of the young ladies, showing
and illustrating the power of appropriate action,
he said : "Girls, be good girls. JJut what is it
to be 2rood ? 'Tis to be gentle, kind, sympathiz
ing, generous, truthful, respectful and obedient
to your teachers," &c, and held up and illus
trated these noble qualities of youthful charac
ter in a way to win and attract her hearers to
seek to possess them.
bhe then proceeded to show the girls in a way
peculiarly original, the value to them of all
their (as they may now think) dry, hard les
ons and illustrated her remarks by the bcauti
ful flowers and sturdy plants that spring from
little, dry and apparantly, useless seeds, and
closed by saying, "Girls, with all this care and
pains-taking in a general course of study, find
out what special aptitudes you have ; what you
do, do in love with all vcur heart and make
your speciality, perfect yourself in that. If, af
ter faithful effort you find you have no talent
for music, but have for language or drawing, or
something else, leave the piano, arm ao wnn ai
your might that which you can do best.
Her speech, throughout, was replete with ele
gance, wit and wisdom, for which the teacher
and pupils tendered her a unanimous vote of
thanks. After a drive with some of the facul
tv of the Institute to Fort Saunders and other
points of interest in and about the city the par
tv visited tho Deaf and Dumb Asylum, where
the noble hearted woman, by her ready use of
the sign languarge. in a few moments, made
The office of tho Grover & Baker Sewing
Machine Company has been removed to Dr.
Ludlow's Building,next door to Walleys tobac
co store, East side Gay street, formerly occu
pied by T. O'Conner & Co., where thoso in
want of one of their well known and reliable
machines, or of needles, thread, attachments,
&c., can be accommodated upon easy terms.
We have on hand at the Chroxiclk office a
few blank Warranty and Trust Deeds, on su
perior paper and printed in superior style.
The latest novelties in Gents' Neckties, Linen
and paper collars at F. Heart & Bro.
Is made in supposing that any one can or w il
sell Boots or Slices cheaper than Spofl'ord, in
Market Square. His entire stock is to be closed
out this month ; so call early to get the best bar
Live Stock Market.
The firm of Pay & Mullenix. Claim Agents
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will, after this date, be conducted by
J. N, Ray alone. J. N. Ray,
April 8, 1872. dStwlt.
Monday morning is a good time to buy those
elegant Carpets and bilks and Grenadines, at
J. A. Ratl's.
The popular Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
b. lsissinger, has returned home again from
visit to the North and West, where he laid in a
large stock of merchandise in his line. We
recommend Mr. Bissingefs establishment to all
those in want of clothes, His stock comprises
everything in the line of Men's Wear, and is
selected with great care, judgment and taste
Hi those calling on him will find polite atten
tion and fashionable goods to suit the taste ot
the most lastidious.
Ice-Cold Soda Water.
The ice-cold soda water at A. M. Spiro &
Bro.'s is pronounced superior to any. Purest
syrups used and always ice cold.
lvodlm A. M. bPlRo & Uro.
For CLOTHixo'cheap and fine,
Call on A. Lobenstine,
Successor to Burger & Son, No. YZ Gay Street.
Parties and Picnics Supplied. '
We are prepared on short notice to supply
picnics and parties with cakes, ices, nuts and
confections of every kind at lowest terms.
lviJdlin A. -M. bPiRo & Uro.
CUQUIL & PILLET,
Gay Street, opposite People's Bank. If you
want to dress tastefully call on the above named
firm. They have just received their Spring and
Summer Goods and are ready for business. You
can also get your Neck-Ties, Collars and Coat
fitting Shirts. iii28dlm
R finding Lots for Sale.
I ofler n tew Building Lot?, in the city, tor
sale Jos. A. Maury.
. . .
We offer for sale our horse, harness and wa
gon used in delivering our bread. Apply to
ivodtf A. M. Srino & Bro.
Dr. P. II. Cnrdwell
Has removed his Dental Office to West Side
Market Square, front rooms Metler's building,
up stairs, north of P. Kern's. iiilOdtf
her wav to the hearts of those poor, unfortun
Having witnessed a few very interesting ex
ercises under the direction of the enthusiastic
President. Prof, ljams, tho party returned to
tho Lamar House, Miss Logan pronouncing
Knoxville, with its beautiful scenery, tho most
attractive place she had seen in the bouth, and
in which sho would love to have a home. Let
Knoxville, through the agency of good institu
tions of learning, libraries, reading rooms, art
galleries and a truly educated people, become
attractive to cultivated and literary people, am
it will not be long betore many such will grace
and bless our community.
We had the pleasure on yesterday of meeting
with Mr. M. S. Judah, assistant superintendent
ot agencies ot the Globe Mutual Insurance
Company, which is represented in its agency in
this cit' by .hsquiro Ochs
Maj. W. P. Elliott showed his familiar coun
tenance on tho streets yesterday, having come
up on a flying visit. He is now agent of tl
lessees of tho penitentiary at Nashville, and left
on the train at ll:oo last night lor that city.
The Express Company.
Notwithstanding that Gen. Mahone has
stopped tho cars of the Southern Express Com
pany runng over his road lrom Ifrtol to
Lj'nchburg, it has not stopped the shipping of
express freight. Arrangements have beon
made over other roads whereby the regular
business of the company can be carried on at
the usual rates. Wc do not know the cause of
the trouble with Gen. Mahone, but aro glad to
state that in the meantime the public will not
suffer annoyance on account of it, whatever it
Arrival of Freights.
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEOKUIA RAIL
Cowan, McClung & Co. 40 pkgs: Barry &
McDannel, 4 pkgs ; C Cullen, 18 pkgs ; S B
Luttrell, 6 pkgs ; F Heart & Bro. 1 pkg : Scott
& Renshaw, 1 pkg; M & N Stern, 2 pkgs; S
Bissinger. 1 pkg: Mason & Lambright. 1 nkc:
J B Rhea, 4 pkgs : James Clancv. 1 nk?: S R
Boyd, 1 pkg; Gaines. Bro & Co. 1 pkg: Hone
& Miller, 2 pkgs ; A L & II C Gillespie, '2 pkgs;
Heald & Locke, 1 pkg; Hough & Church ."
Co. 34 pkgs ; Hines & Co, 13 pkgs : G W Ro
8 pkgs ; trco .Brown, 6 pkgs ; W Roscnstem. 1
pkg furs ; McClung & Bettertons, 7 pkgs ; W
V B Hill, pkgs.
; w v wooorutt & Uo, 8 pkgs ; E J San
& Co, CO pkgs ; Carpenter & Ross. 10 pkgs:
Spiro & Bro, 2o pkgs: Coffin. Martin &
Local Miscellany. '
The "spring time has come, gentle Annie."
Haynes is receiving large additions to his
stock of groceries, at the Chronicle building,
Mr. Charles Hoffman, who cut his foot with a
hatchet on Tuesday, was able to walk yesterday.
He was cutting something when the hatchet flew
off the handle and struck him, inflicting a pain
ful wound. '
The Nashville Banner says that after a thor
ough test at the gas works in that city, it has
been ascertained that the best Tennessee coal
for making gas is that from Coal Creek, in An
derson county, not far from Knoxville.
There was only one case tried before the Re
corder y esterday.
The monthly salaries of teachers in the pub
lic schools in this city foot up $480
A shooting match came off vesterday after
noon in North Knoxville, in which Wm. Jen
kins was the winner, as usual.
The fine brick dwelling on south side of
Clinch street, between Crooked and Ltcust
streets. Possession given on April 1st. En
quire of A. L. & H. C. Gillespie.
Sewing Machine for Sale.
A new superior Sewing Machine for sale on
reasonable terms. Address O. at Chronicle
We continue to keep at our store the very
best fresh bread and caKes, made out of the best
flour, fresh baked every day.
A. M. Spiro & Bro.
Notwithstanding the dullness which charac
terized the market at our last report, the re
ceipts of cattle during the past week have been
very good, and taken altogether we believe the
general quality of those offered excels that ot
any previous week this season. Considering
the scarcity of grain in East Tennessee, it is as
tonishing that such a large number have been
fattened this year. We have several times heard
the remark that more fat cattle hve been sold
in Knoxville this year than ever before. How
true this is we are not prepared to say, as
wr we have not statistics before us. but it
correct, it certainly is an evidence of the
increased interest our farmers are taking in
stock raising. To our Northern readers, who
are looking to our section for homes, we point to
the average gross weight of the cattle sold this
week as corroborating our former statements,
that East Tennessee has all the advantages of a
stock raising country. Tho total number sold
during the week was 123 head, making an ag
gregate gross weight of 140,28o pounds. Among
those who have sold fine cattle during the week
we may mention Mr. Easley, Mr. Hope and
Mr. Nr. B. Brice the latter gentleman dispos
ing of sixteen head of the cattle mentioned by
us some da3's ago, which is said to be the finest
lot of steers in East Tennessee. Two of the
sixteen sold, three years old, grossed 3.00-j
pounds. Several car loeds were shipped to
other markets, by Messrs. Fanz & Jones and
3Ir. Jos. Fanz, who is the purchaser of Mr.
Brice' s lot.
Quotations. No. 1 fat cattle, 4 J. Good beef
cattle, 31a4c. Ordinary cattle, 2Ja3c,
No change has taken place in the hog market.
The demand being limited, but few were of-
Quotations. Prime large fat hogs, 31a3Jc
Small fat hogs, 2ia3c. Ordinary, no sale.
Sheep are coming in freely, and there is such
a demand tor the pelts that tears are entertain
S m .a
ed lor the supply ot mutton during the sum
Quotations. t at sheep, 2 Maii w per
The demand for hay continues good at $1 80a
bl -30 per cwt
WHOLESALE MARKET RE FORT
CORRECTID DAILY BT
a. AV. GAUT,
Produce and Commission Merchnnt,
Market Place, Knoxville, Tennessee.'
Untitling Sites for Sale.
I offer for sale a few building sites, from fiv
to fifteen acres, on the Rutledge pike, and front
ing the 1 air Grounds.
march31-dtf Jos. A. Mabry.
I lake pleasure to announce to the Ladies of
Ivnoxville that 1 have opened mv Rooms, situ
ated in the Exchange Restaurant, where Ovs
ters and Meals, after bill of fare, will be served
up, in any style, at all hours. N. ElFLER.
The dwelling house now occupied by Mr.
bpotwood ucUlung, on Cumberland street,
Possession 1st of April. Apply to
iiiiJtf L. C. Hoss
For the best qualities of flour, meal, coflees
sugars, teas, rice, groceries and produce gener
alii', at reasonable prices and good weights, go
i:0 Chronicle Building.
George Brown has just received at his agri
cultural warehouse and seed store a large ship
ment ot choice field and garden seeds, and for
sale at wholesale and retail. He proposes to
supply dealei s on better terms than they can
purcnase in a ly oiner marKet. ildlwtt
To the Voters of Knox County.
I take this method of announcing nivsnlf.
candidate for re-election, to the officft of Shnritf
oi j.nox county at the August election. 1872.
have been serving you in the capacity of Sheriff
ior me past two years : as to how I hnvn con
ducted the business of said office, is to vou!well
1 T ?l . I 'a. w
Known, x win. n elected, in tno tutu, a in
tho past, discharge the duties of tho office to
the best of my ability, irrespective of party.
1 cannot close this announcement wit.hnut
tendering my sincere thanks to my friends of
all parties, lor their hearty support in my last
CICLLIVU. V. r. ItOSSKTT.
ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CANDIDATES.
For Supreme Court Judge.
We are Authorized to nnmm TTnn PfCRf-RT m.
FARLAND as a candidate to fill the varji
Supreme Court of the State, caused br the resignation
ot Hon. ThoA. It. Nelson. Election first Thursday
in August, 1Si2.
In coiniiliance with almoof Aaiiv cni,v;fc.f
inquiries by citizens of all v&rta of the count. T nn-
nounce my name as a candidate for Sheriff of Knox
county, at the next August election, and would be
proud to have the assistance of as many of the citizens
as may choose to vote for me.
an- A. S. HUDIBURO.
To the Voters op Ksox County:
in response to an article in the " Press and Ilerald"
iffned .Many Citizen?." totrcth.;tk n.,Tnn..a
nations from friends of all parties, I hereby announce
myselt an independent candidate for Sheriff of Knox
county. I leel that 1 am the People's candidate, and
if elected, as I expect to be. will oerve all, both white
and colored, without partiality. Ilavinsr gone into the
race, I expect to fight it out on that line until the first
Aucsiiajr m aubusl, mc uuy vi election.
,u,J-luo JVILX GIBBS.
County Court Clerk.
"We are authorized and reauested
name of J. S. A. BLAN(J as a candidate for re-election
to the office of County Court Clerk of Knox county at
the ensuing August election.
We are authorized and remnested in n?,
name of DICK McCALLUM as a candidate for Tix
Collector of Knox county, at the ensuing August elec-
?!?,! ?thorized and requested to announce JOHN"
.. IlARKIb as a candidate tor Tat f!nl!... ... .v.
coming August election.
We are requested to announce the name of B F
BEARDEN as a candidate for Trustee for Knox coun-'
ty at the coming August election.
We are authorized to announce JAS. S. BOYD a
candidate for re-election to the office of County Trustee
for Knox county. d2wte
Knoxville, Tenn.. April 9,11872.
There were imall receipts of grain during the
past week, all taken for local consumption.
There is no material change in the prices. Re
cent heavy rains, it is supposed, will give us a
tide that will bring out from the upper rivers a
large quantity of corn and some flour. Await
lng these arrivals, wc continue the quotations of
Beef cattle are freely offered and bonght by
the butchers at 3ic to 4c gross prime shipping
stetrs command 4c to 4Jc cross.
Quite a lively trade in eggs prevailed during
the week, buying loose at lUc; packed in
depot at 120 to 13c per dozen.
boeds clover, timothy, onion setts, ccc.
wanted, and sell readily at full prices.
Uuotations ot leading articles :
Wheat But little offered: readily taken bv
our mills at S1.75a2.00 per bushel.
Corn Is worth 62c. loose, buj-ing; selling
price, oc in ear loads, sacked.
Oats Good local demand at OocaOUc. loose;
selling from store, C5a70c. sacked.
Hay Buying pricesl Zo per cwt, baled : sell
ing, $1 iiO by the car load.
Dried iruit JNominal: half peaches, 5to
6c : Apples, 4aoc.
Flour Scarce and in demand; best family
brands, $5.2-3 per sack ; extra $3 00.
Bacon Buying loose from wagons, 7a( Jc. lor
log round. Well trimmed Hams are wanted
Lard Some demand at ya'Jc; selling at 10a
0c. in tin cans.
Feathers Prime, oo: duck and mixed. 40a
Butter Prime for local trade 20c to 22c ;
irregular lots, 10 to 15c, dull.
Euos 10c. per dozen.
Irish Potatoes 65a70c, loose from wagons.
Beeswax 27a28c per pound.
Seed Clover, $8o0a'J00 per bushel; tim
othy, $5 50ati 00 per bushel.
KnoiTille Retail Market.
Apples dried 8ffll0? Meal, m$ buf. 'AXUlm
" green fi.UOaSi.OWbu. Nails SSVhJto
Butter 2oJb Oats. bu? 60 o W
Beans, dried.3.504."iOibu " sheaf, cwtl .25 S140
Bacon, JIams,s. c, 15167j Onkns. 81.251 ;Wbu
country.l2wl4?tb Poultry Chickens, 2()25e
" Sides 10 (a-lVAVto " Ducks. 16 $20
Shoulders.8 w 10 Vth " Geese. 50.tt)
RnrnetCs Flavoring Extracts. The superi
ority of these extracts consists in their perfect purity
and great strength. They are free from poisonous oils
and acids. Joseph Burnett Co., Boston. Manufac
turers and praprietors. For sale by all grocers and
Nature Gives ns Teeth, but she docs not pre
serve and purify them. This must be done wity fra
grant Sozodont. The dental bone and its enamel cas
ing are made invulnerable to all destructive inducuces
by the daily use of this beneficial preparation.
What every Horseman Wants. A good,
cheap, and reliable Liniment. Such an article is Dr.
Tobia' llorse Liniment. Pint bottles at one dollar.
For Lameness. Cuts. Galls, Colic, Sprains, A:c war
ranted better than any other. Sold by the Drusists.
Depot 10 Park Place, New York.
Dipsomania is an insane tlirst for intoxicating
liquors. Habitual dram-drinkinpr produces it. Vu
each Alcoholic Bitter vender recommends that a dram
of his rum and root-juice bo taken thrice a day, to
prevent sickness ! Tor all bodily ailments, and a in-
tection against the causes of disease, take that all suffi
cient antidote. Da- Walker's Vinegar Bitters, the
pure essence of rare medicinel herbs unpolluted ' by
Carbolic Salve, recommeu led bv the leading
Physiciar s and the President of the New York Board of
Health, as the most wonderful healin,' compound ever
known. Gives instant relief to burns, cures all kinds
of sores, cuts and wounds; and amoit invaluable salve
fr all purposes. Sold everywhere at '25 cents. John
1 .llenry. sole Proprietor, 8 College Place. New York.
Srapnla is Opium rurified of its sickenin? and
poisonous Properties, discovered by Dr. Bigelow, l'ro
fesser ot Botany, Detroit Medical College. A most
perfect anodyne and soothing opiate. John larr,
Chem st, New York.
Chris tadoro's Hair Dye is the safest and best.
It corrects the bad effects of inferior dyes while the
black or brown tints it produces are identical to nature.
ractory to Maiden Lane. New York.
Pratt's Astral Oil Safest and best illuminating
Oil ever made. Does not take tire or explode, if the
lamp is upset or broken. Over 1.30.1W families continue
to use it, and no accidents of any description have oc
curred from it. Oil house of Charles Pratt, established
l(0, New York.
The Purest and Sweetest Cod Lirer Oil in the
world is Hazard Jt Caswell's, made on the sea shore,
from fre.-h selected livers, by Caswell. Hazard A: Co..
New l ork. it is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients
who have once taken it prefer it to all others. Physi
cians have decided it superior to any of the other oils in
Jouvin's Inodorous KK1 Glove Cleaner restores
soiled gloves equal to new. i'orsale by Druggists and
Pansy Goods Dealers. Price cents per butile. P. C.
M ells & Co., New York.
Rlsley's Philotokeu is an established, warrant
ed remedy for Painiul Menstruation, and equally elH
cientasa Nervous Antidote in all cases of Nervous
Excitement, Stomach and Sleei'Iesne-s in male or fe
male. Sold everywhere for 1.1") a bottle. Morgan Jc
Kisley, Druggists, New York, General Agents.
A "Youthful Appearance and a beautiful, clear
Complexion is the desire of everybody. The effect i
produced by using G. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youth."
a harmless beautifier of the skin. .Will ; .-iove all
Discoloration, Tan. Preckles and Sunburns. The use
of this delightful toilet preparation cannot be detected,
Por sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers, De
pot, 5 Gold street. New York.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It relieves
the little sufferer lrom pain, cures vVind, Colic, Regu
lates the Stomach and Bowels. Corrects Acidity, and
during the irocess of teething it is invaluable. 1 t
fectly safe in all cases, as millions of mothers can tes
Jlatchelor's Hair Dye.
This superb HAIR DYE is the Best in the World
Perfectly Harmless. Reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No Ridiculous tints, or Fnpleasant
Odor. The genuine W. A. BATCH ELOR'S HA IK
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid BLACK
or NATURAL BROWN. Does not Stain the Skin,
but leaves the HAIR CLEAN. SOFT and BEAUTI
FUL. The only Safe and PERFECT Dye. Sold by
all Druggists. Factory Pi BOND ST., New Y ork.
s"Pply or Bark Assured. Price Kecliur..
ELISS, KEENE & CO.'S FLUID EXTRACT
Cur Cancer.. Scrofula. Syphilis. Catarrh. Ilhe v,
'-iu. Neuralgia. Pulmonary Complaints. UWr- "'.
ikheum. skin IH.-wm -.i f 'u.. r. -d
The best known Pino t Purifier. ,.n , '
1 rue. i.or l.iifrlo iihwrvo A... ''
tnee. t'O Cedar street, ..,
York fccnJ f,,r c'rlar.
AGEXTS WANTED FOR THi;
ILL US TRA TED
Si THE BIBLE
By Wm. SMITH, LLD,
Anihor.of Smith's Dible Di tionarv I,
tains over l fine Scripture lIlustra"on?;n M,in
r ges. and is the most comprehensive ,nl a ua
JL-Mqry ot the Bible ever published. The I
earnmgoi centuries are gathered in this one vo'um '
otnrow a strong, clear light upon ee- "4!?' L
LnTffr'1'- 6?nd .tircul:,rs and fce our !r- '
MJ"H'e:TiiUon of the work. Addrc
-NA11U-NAL PUBLISHING CO.. PhiUMphi .
. . Atlanta. Ga.. or St. Lmis.
Dry Goods Carpets &c.
x no greatest lllustnted Originil
.yiivii'.M. j:,igiu jew tinsina v
merary treat e iual tc
wanted in evrrv fmm ..n.
i nee, tK; ?.
tory Taj,, r
rit'S in hrt hmtm! ,
it Agelit.-) an I T m, ......
week easily realized bvtho .,u. ,. ,vC
Irish an.! .m;,., i.. ....... ' v.wdoruiiiarv
Por sale hv ,!ir ? " ";"v''Ct.". copies tr,
Address M. .f. o l r
O.. P. o. i;,rv-
prr v :tr
r 1 rtrrnrk
That are Genuine and Reliable,
If you want Seeds that will civ entire iti--f i,-t;
get those raued by D. C. BKAiXARD. SociVrvof" '
kers, Mount Lebanon. N. . Illustrated De-eriK
Catalogue free an application. wifa j,rioe ,,; ,,.u.(.t ...
The Brown Cotton Gin Co.
Manufacturers of the "Brown Gin." Cott,
lers. Machinery and C.u-tings. Manuf.ieti
ris' Patent Rotary Steam Engine the be
est iteam Engine for plantation purposes
makers and repairers furnished with all k
rials. Saws. Rib-. Pullies. Boxes, etc.. oi
iv uiuci .it suun fioiicc, nave na i ions
the business, and guarantee satif.i:i.,,
icular. Orders solicited. Address as a bo
n Seed !!
rei.- of U., .
! and ch.t -''otf'-.n-k.-
nds of nu'n.
'a ei cry ir-
Cheap Fsirins! Free H
! 7HK LIXE Ol' J'iK
rxiox pacific paili;mk
1 , o o o
I. AND I.RtXl
, o o o
Best Farming and liner3l I.-,nds in
:V'!.ki,iw A CUES
I'L.vtti; i as,ls;y
e li l t li av
-ov roit walk:
e lands are in the central i.ort'mn ..r t', r,.;. i
I HAVE JUST OFENED IN THE
COMER STORE, M.1S0MC TEMPLE,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Oil Cloths. Coir and Canton Mattings,
fcaee and Damask Curtains, Window Shades,
Table Damasks, Towels,
Pillow-case Linens and Cottons,
and other QuilK
Musquito Nettings, Brass Cornice,
tair Rods, Ac, Ac.
In fact, everythin
usually kept in
House Fnritisliiii Iryools
Also, a full line of
Beef green .
5040 ft " Turkeys.50fel.o0
,....6(&12V!b Peas dr'd,bus81.25(al.r)0
(trtb Potatoes sw't,"f bl.5Xai2.uO
.. (niJo Irish, SiX-tl.W
50foo0?gal reaches dried,?Ib 9$ 10
3(XiiJ'a'pdI Powder. Wa?Wrto
..oC3Un Rice. .ln 12'
Cotton Yarns, $. dos,S1315 Sugar crushed, f fo 18
Corn, !0(iiS5bu " Coffee... Polo
Cabbage, 10:50 each " Yellow 15Vail6
Ers. doz l2VJyVi " Brown, V2otU
Flour Family- 55.50 Soap, bar. imli)
Extra, $3 0t5.2. Salt, sack 2.50
Sunerline ($4.50 Syrup 50fe?l.ffgal
Fish fresh, S lott) Shot. lV2tiV lb
" Cod, 8fr.lO?H Tea ereen..7o2.W ft
Mackerel. 612! " black, 75&l.fiU(n
Feathers oO(6U'n Tar rrgal
Hay 1 2-'Sl 40?cwt Tallow. 1 ft 10
Lard. ?.rt ll 12 Vinegar, ? gal 10 & 50
Molasses, gal ...50 60
I cordially invite my friends and the trade to in.-pca
this stock before making their pup hases, as 1 have
made this business a specialty and leel that I can offer
them superior inducements.
Carpets cut, made and put down, when desired.
Terms cash, or prompt monthly settlements.
A liberal discount to the Trade. Orders solicited.
m24dlm SAJIVEL II. YI.
-l Vi- i ul nu iL.auuiue.tne cei
tral line ot the great Temperate .on: ot the Aineri-..-Continent,
an t for grain growing and stock rai-ing
surpa-sed by any in the United States.
CHEAPER IN PRICE, more favorable frms
and more convenient to market than can lc found !
where in the I nited States.
Fro:. Jlomcticad-s for At fuel. sv '.',
THE BE?T LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES.
S-jf'ti'-r-s Entitu'l n. ll,trt, .. ,.f 1t.i ). ,,
Free Passes to Purchasers f,f Land.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet, with v-.r
maps, publi.-hed in English. German, fwe ti.h ,,':(
Danish, mailed free everywhere.
Address O. F. DAVIS.
Land Commis.-ioner. U. P. K. R. Co.,
The Mason A Hami.iv 0k; Co. respectfully m
noiincethe introductio ot improvement- ot mu' h m :e
than ordinary interest. These arc
Reed m'l V'tpi Cvlntol Or':"t,
wnicn can io instantly moved to the right
nanging tbe pif h, or transposing the key. F.
ings ana tc.-cnptn.ns, ice Circular.
Xcw and Elrnavt Styl- s f
I)uoU R:d C't'tiiut (.h-"-
Nw York Market
Nirw York, April 10. Money fluctuated
somewhat, but closed l-ltiai commission, ijtcr
ling, 9Jfali. Gold, $1,101. Govcrr.ments steady.
tates dull and quiet.
Cotton easy; sales, 2,200 bales: uplands, 2)1 :
Sale ot futures to-dav 18,1-jO bales, as follows
April, 2U. Alav. 2d 233. June, 23?, 2:3
15-lb July. 23 1-5-lG. Aurust, 22i beptem
ber, 21 i, 21 13-1(5. October, 20.J. Xovember,
19. December, 19.
1'Iour. Southern scarce and advancincr; com
mon to fair extra, $7.80u8.30; good to choice,
$.35all.2-. Vhisky, 87 cts. heat, low er ,
winter red western, i?l.42al.0. Lorn steady,
72c. Pork, weak.
Cincinnati, April 9. Pork in fair demand
advanced, 12.50al2.7-3. L.ard on the ground,
quiet and unchanged, 8ia85 asked; no sales.
Bacon, demand light and holders firm:
sidesj 6ia7ic asked. Whisky
Louisvillk. April 3. Bacon Shoulders, 5a
; clear rib sides, til; clear sides, Gj. "Whiskv
St. Ixnis Market.
i?3, ipru i. .ciour, winter
fine, Corn closed active, 40Ja41c,
Ull.oo onerca. isacon oeavy. Shoulders 4J
Sides, 0ia7c; order lots, one-fourth cent
BALTIMOKE, March 11. "Flnnr
and unchanged. Wheat firm and inactive?
Corn steady, but da 1, 65a6fic. Oats, 51a-54c.
Kve. Oiaal.OO. Pork verv dull. t:t w.
con steady. Shoulders, 3ic. Whiskv. SOaOOc.
All Kinds of Job Work,
In Snperlor Style,
At CHRONICLE STEAM JOB OFFICE,
It Has No Equal!
W. GAIL &
W. GAIL &
W. GAIL & AX'S
Celebrated Fresh and Strong
The Best in the Market!
Its superior quality and freenes? from all injurious in
rredients commonly used in the mannfacture of other
snuffs has gained it a world-wide reputation.
Try It. ASK FOR iT. Try It.
ASK FOR IT. TRY IT. A.-kfnr it. t i
other, and see that our name and trade mark is on eve
Also, Manufacturers of
Smoking and Xino
c.muv, an-1 iuwusa r.3cciicnce ot v orKinaii.-uu'.
the?e are cheafer th;m anv hrt'urp r,rt..rt.,i
IhMASoN JcUammx Organ are acknowledge-'
ULsl. and lrom extraordinary facilities f.r m.inu''
tiire this Company can afford, nmi no.v im.L rt .1..
sell at j ricci which render them
Uu 7"'.'S- tint a') hj C'"-n nr t.
For it or-TAVK orga.vs . ech : five jictavk ,pf:-.
IW. -li) and upwards. With three et ree-ls il ..r.
upwan.ls. 1 orty styles, up to I ci each.
New lllustrateil Catalo true and lVstiiodoi il PlrMiTar
with opinion of more than One Thou.-.in-l Mu-i-;r.'
n VSOX V JIAMI.I OKGAN CO.,
I'd Trcmont St., Lo-ton. fit5 Broadwav, N.
FANNIXG'S PATENT KID-FITTING
s'jryri K'-coniint-'ndcd by leu Ji: .
VMWlaJi wh' villus
mwW? tin,t comfort.
Aucy arc particularly r
ommended lor summr
and warm climateu, ulth"u.
adapted to all seasons f t::'
year. For sale by all fir -class
Worcester Skirt ('..
AUESTS UanteO. Asentj make more n
work tor us than at anything else. Eu-irr-and
permanent. Particulars lree. (. jjtl:
CO.. Fine Art Publishers. Portland, Maine.
G. Y. OAIL A AX,
For Sale ly
E, J. SANF0RD A CO., KncxTi'.le, Tenn.
McCLUNG & BETTERTONS,
CARPENTER A ROSS,
COFFIN. MARTIN Jfc CO..
CITY TOBACCO AX I) CIGAR STORE.
J. H. WALLET,
Exclusive Dealer in
Brier nd Stone Pipes,
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes.
In fact all Kinds of
At the SIGN OF THE INDIAN.
aug3,'71 Gay street, Knoxville, Te
UO Piano Co., N. Y. 1st class S'JV0. N".Uc:.-.
N;unc5t of patrons in 4 States in Cir-u'.''-
T Advertise. All persons who ...Kteu-i-L""
makins: contracts with newspapers for the 'L-tr;i- u- '
Adxei tiscmtnts, should send to
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.
for a Circular, or im-Io-e 2 cents f.-r th'-ir ne It nn
dred Vac lNtmphlet, eont.iininir Li-ts ol :t,n
Newspapers and estimates, showing the coit of adv r
tising. also many u?ctul hints t& advertisers, and .-.:!!:
account of the e.xpt-rien'.-oi'uien who aro known ,i
Successful AdvertL-er--. 1'hi- f rm are proprietor- t
the American Newspaper Advcrti?in Ajjency,
41 PARK ROW, N. Y.,
and are possessed ot une-muled facilitiei for se-ar:r.-the
insertion of advertisements, in ail Ntwspai ers am
I'criodioaJs ut lowest rates.
3IOTIIEKS : 3IOTIIl:i? :
Don't fail to procure MRS. AVI
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR
This valuable preparation hps be-.n used with NEV
ER FAILING SUCCESS in Thousand of cas
It not only relieves the child from pain, cut invi
rates the stomach and bowels, corrects aci-iitv, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will !---
Griping In the Rowels and Wiud Colic.
"Ve believe it the BEST and SURF-T RF"MFI)Y IN
THE WORLD, in all e.ises of DYKTKKV A.M'
DIARRIKEA IN CHILDREN, whether arisir.j Ir.a
teethinsr or any othercause.
Full directions for n.-insr will h. t'le.
None genuine unless the ian-sim ;t r.tr r 'pi -i-j't PKK-
K-ij,Ce?.?r 3 on the outside wrapper.
ijvi'A ki aii iueuicme sealers. uecloatwijip