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THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
FRIDAY MORNING, HAY 'J4, 1S71
CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
Thenarjtesit Circulation of nnj Daily
In East Tennessee.
AVe houu even county in tlie State that ha5
rut ..lma.lv done so will proceed to organize
clubs. anJ that our friends will keep U3 potted
in vlritpvcr is of interest. "We would like
half a dozen prompt correspondents in every
county in Kat Tennessee, who would make
. a ci.n.1 ns tlio tiflws n.-i soon as it
transpires. We are tryin? to furnish a good
t, niir iiTifrilif'r. and liope we will be
aided by our friends.
New Parasols at Eayl's.
w nl Fresh.
r,.U in sit the E. T. 13. II. and see the new
n ,..!.-, ri.rmm... :ind Wall Paper. just received.
11 Ton Want
-r.w 1 Unt Kout or Shoe, so to Evans & Lew
is' "where you will also nnd a complete stock of
their line. Call. VJldot
Where Diet you Ciet it.
What, my Hat ? Of course I got it at Evans
V L'!vi'. where they are now opening a splen
did stock of nice new choice goods.
New Prints at J. A. Knyl'.-.
The Handsomest Styles
Of Hats yet open, are to be found at
Evaxs & Lewis',
may-Jldot. CI Gay Street, next to Kay Vs.
Farm Xlautln "Wanted.
1 wniit 'Jo familes. -3) ;rood hands and all the
2'jod cooks 1 can sreL Encjuire ot
M. I. GuovtK, .Labor Agent.
To purchase, two. or three car loads of niulcs
and hordes. Call at J5cll & Hell s otaoie imme
The ladies of the Epiphany Church will give
a Strawberry Festival this Friday evening at
their Church on Broad street, North Knomiie.
Admission ten cents.
Yo:.einitc Stripes at Kayl's at 43 cunts
I,ate, Later, Latest.
Evans A- Lewis. "54 Gay street, have just open
ed a fresh stock ot boots, shoes, Hats, gent
milliner "m.iK. Ac. Ac. Come one, come
' .... .,.
Now in Jut the Time
To invest in a good Hat or a pair ot Boots
Gaiters, Bal's, Oxford Ties, or Prince Albert's,
Hrcsrans or nlow Shoes. Our advice is to try
Evans A Lewis', 04 Gay street.
l or I.ate Styles
Of clinics huts "Gen. Grant.'' "Horace Gree
ts ' "Al;ihnm:i Claim." "Thermometer,"
'VHtilHt..r ." "Dollv Varden" or "any other
man.'' call on Evans & Lkwis,
04 Gav Street.
What h liliiMl Man Saw.
llov W IT. Milburn's lecture on Friday
j.i 'lit tin' IMItb ilist.. entitled "What a Blind
M., S:.-a- in Kno-lund." cannot fail to be highly
r.tit..tWntifr tn nil who hear it and tho fame of
iliw wpII known dinner will be sure to draw a
The funeral services of Miss Bridget O'Shea
will t.-A-n r.laco this afternoon at the Catholic
r.hnrrh Tin; fuiipral Drocession will leave tho
rsidnce of Mr. M. D. Sullivan, on Depot
vtrdt't fit. twi) n't'lock.
Thi mother of the deceased arrived yestt rday
morning from Alabama.
The Picnic Change of Place.
The picnic of the liroad street M. E. Church,
Smith, heretofore announced at Tillery's farm.
will not be held there, but will take place at
A sDecial train on tho East Tennessee, ir
inia and Georgia Koad will leave the depot at
".:;( v . to convev the excursionists, return-
ing in the afternoon.
1 will attend the following appointments to
f .L-o t. stimonv in the cases of claims against
- - - -
thfi L'nited States :
Strawberry Plains, Monday, May 27th.
Morristown, Wednesday, Juneoth.
(ireeneville. Monday. June 10th.
I will remain one week at each place.
D. G. TlloRXHUKtiH.
New Market, Tenn., May 23d, 172.
The Bllutl Preacher.
i i t .. -.1
Wo. liav.i hnd id read v the pleasure ot an-
.o nnu aireauv uie iia.u.f
nouncimr to our readers that Kev. Mr. Milburn,
the. blind man. who has trained so much celeb
rity as a- preacher and a lecturer, will lecture in
ihfs citv on the evening of the ;1 of Mar. Wo
h.ivr; since learned that tickets for the lecture
jirr, on sale at the two book stores and at Hope
A Miller s. No one who values a good thing
will fiil to sro. e tear that many ot our citi
zens will be denied the pleasure of hearing Mr.
AT otilv .-l limited number of tickets will bo
sold. We hope that Mr. M. can be prevailed
upon to lecture more than once.
Arrival or Freights.
LIST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEOKlilA RAIL
ROAD. v. T V.. nn.l (Ja R li. 11 pks: K dgcis Bro. I
pks; Gaines, Bro A Co, b pks; ilougn iV
riiiirrh 1 ..Ir Hpnlil Locke. :5 pks I b IS
Luttrell 1 pkg; S B Bovd, :12 pks; Carpenter A
Ros. HO pks ; Barry A McDanncl, 10 pks ; J W
Paulett. 1 pkg ; Weaver A Bro, 2 pks ; Cowan,
McCmng A Co, 75 pks.
Fr- m the University.
East Tennessee University, 1
May liGd, 1872.
U. II. Ludlow, of this city, left the Universi
ty to-dav for West Point to till bia appointment
as a Stato student in the military school at that
place, lie was in tho. senior class and ranked
well as a student 'ihe class felt reluctant to
give him up so suddenly a? their hearts had
been entwined with fraternal love during the
many excursions they had taken and during the
many long months they had labored so ardently
Notwithstanding he would have been ontitlcd
to a diploma on the H'th of June next, yet it is
hoped an truly believed that his departure was
only one step up the ladder ot fame; for his en
ergies are such as will surely secure for him
Lieut. T. J. Jackson was appointed to till his
office as Adjutant of the E. T. U; Cadets.
EMr. L. Burford accompanied him as an ap
pointee from Trousdale count', Middle Tennes
see, llo has been attending the University
for a few months past and will doubtless prove
an honor to himself, State and country.
Tho best Photographic Gallery in the city.
Well furnish ed. Also nice law and sleeping
A J KIX & COFKMAX,
Dealers in Stoves, Tin, Hardware, Booting and
Guttering, No. 15 Gay Street. v2-dw
pkg: W A B Hill & Co, 3 pks ; Clark, Ouait A
Coi 1! pks : Evans and Lewis, 4 pks ; .I S Payne.
1 pkg; E J Sanford A Co, ;5 pks ; W W ood
ruffA Co, ;l pks; J A Kay I, 1 pkg; A Barton, 1
pkg: P Kern, J pks ; Hoxsie A DePue, 1 pkg:
W H Frnn. is. o. 1 uks: A L A II C Gillespie, 4
A SLANDER REFUTED.
Indignant Denial by Prominent Citizens.
We cheerfully give tbc following place in our
columns. The facts as stated below by promi
nent and influential citizens of Greeneville are
no doubt true. One of the editors of. the
Ciieomclk took pains some weeks ago to in
vestigate the matters referred to, and found to
his satisfaction that the charges were untrue.
Great injustice has been done all concerned by
the unfortunate publication, and we are glad to
publish this contradiction :
Grkkneville, Texx., May L'3, 1872.
Editors Chronicle: Our attention has been
called to the following "special" cut from the
Indianapolis Journal of the 20th inst. :
"andv jqhxsox as a seducer suicide of
"Brooklyn, May 18. A few days since it
was announced that Mrs. Emily Harold, wife of
the Postmaster at Greeneyille, East Tennessee,
had committed suicide by shooting herself
through the head with a revolver. A. letter
just received by a resident of Greeneville, now
in Brooklyn attending the Methodist General
Conference, conveys the intelligence that Mrs.
Harold had been seduced by ex-President
Johnson, and that discovery and exposure led
her to the commission of the rash act. Great
indignation is expressed among the citizens of
Greeneville against the ex-President, and many
of thc!best citizens refuse to speak to him on the
street. May 207A."
So far as wo know, tins is the first libelous
publication of the scandal current here about a
month since, which doubtless impelled Mrs.
Harold to suicide. At that time it was
thoroughly and carefully investigated by some
ot us, and we did not hesitate then, nor do we
now, to pronounce it a cruel ana malicious
Mrs. Harold was about fifty-two years of
h?c-. and for over thirtv Years had been a mem
ber of the Presbyterian Church here, during
all which time she had sustained the character
of an earnest, consistent Christian, a chaste and
taithtul wife, a kind and tlutuul motuer, a cuar
itablo neighbor and a true and noble woman,
respected and esteemed by all in tnis communi
ty. Sho had, during all her whole lite, Deen
the intimate, personal iriena anu companion oi
Mrs. Johnson, living for many years past with
in a lew steps ot each other, ine cruel suait
of tlander dethroned her reason and pierced her
"Great indignation is lelt among the good
citizens of Greeneville." Its object, however,
is not the ex-President, but the author and ut
terers of the infamous and groundless slander,
which has caused the death of one of the purest
women, sent sorrow and grief to many happy
homes, and cast a gloom over the whole com
munity. .. . , .
Unsolicited and without consulting eituer oi
the injured families, we ofl'er this voluntary
tribute of truth to the memory of a virtuous,
noble woman and the character of a distin
guished, respected and esteemed neighbor most
foullv slandered, and in justico to the living
and the dead, request its publication.
11 II lnsersoll.
E C Keeves, Editor of Sentinel.
Sam Milligan, Judge Court of Claims.
Jas A Galbraith, former Int Kev Col.
James II Robinson, Attorney.
Lewis F Self, former Senator.
A Walker, Sherill' of Greene county.
A H Petti bone, Ass't U S Dist Att'y
S E Snapp, Mayor of Greeneville.
S E McCorkle, Pastor Presbyterian Church
I) li Britton, Clerk Circuit Court.
David Sevier, twenty-seven years C A M
Felix A Keeve, Attorney.
A M Piper, Deputy Int Kev Col.
Citizens of Greeneville.
Electing at the Hoard of Trade Koonis,
Pursuant to notice given a meeting was held
last night at the Board of Trade Kooms for tiic
. r 1
purpose ot periccting arrangements ior me
decoration of the graves of the Federal soldiers
at the National Cemetery, on Thursday next.
On motion Capt. M. D. Bearden was called
to tho chair and S. Munson, chosen temporary
The following gentlemen were appointed a
committee on permanent organization : xi. jl.
Viken, J M Harris, T TThornburgh, r bos
sett. T M Schleier, who after consultation re
Dorted tho lollo miliar ouieers lor the ensuing
y-'r : .
rrtstdeiU 1 Uickinson.
Vice I'rtnidcnU Col J M Thornbtigh, Maj
A II Pettibone, Col Cube loung.
Secretary h W Ad kins.
Treasurer E P Bailev.
The. renort of the Committee was received
nd the above named sentlemen elected.
It was decided that the car containing the
youna: misses representing tho different States
of the Union, should be accorded the head of
CaDt. Kicks reported that Kev. Messrs. r. G.
Tavlor and J. B. Ford had consented to deliver
addresses oi the occasion, and that Mr. Pea-
body, of Nashville, would deliver an original
Keports were received from different commit-
tees, ana some discussion ensueu as vj me nour oi
forming the procession, Lieut Thoruburg sug
- -t. 1 . i . i L 1.
gesting 11M o clock as a suitable nour.
Col. M. L. Patterson suggested that arrange
ments be made with the railroads for half-fare
rates for those desiring to 'attend. Whereupon
Mai. E. C. Camp was authorized to confer with
the railroad officials to that end.
The question of erecting a permanent stand,
was left with the permanent President
Mr Dickinson vas notified of election as Pres-
dent and accepted the position.
On motion. Messrs. S. Munson, E. C. Camp
and Jno. M. Harris were appointed a committee
to draft by-laws for the organization.
The meeting then adjourned until luesday
Wc had the pleasure yesterday of meeting
with Mr. D. W. BrainerJ, formerly a citizen of
this place a member of the firm of O. B.
Smith A Co., but more recently a resident of
St. Augustine, Fla. He is here on a visit to his
friends in JKnoxville, of whom he ha3 many.
Wo welcome him back, and "would be pleased
it he could find it consistent with his own in
terest, to remain with us permanently. He is
a gentleman of energy and business capacity,
and is a valuable accession to any community
in which he may reside.
Sevier County Xens.
A Farmers' Club will be organized at Se-
vierville on the 3d of June. They are all en
couraged at the success of the Convention held
in j-our city last week, and are determined to
profit by the experience given on that occasion.
People are looking with sreat anxietv f. r
rain which is badly needed. Wheat in inntiv
localities looks indifl'orently, oats will be short,
and the success of the com crop depends upon
iti mode of cultivation. On some farms that
r deenlv ploughed corn looks well, but on
others where the surface only was touched, it
A Sabbath school celebration will take place
on Saturday next. Sevier.
Kill AV C JIE!
AT KEDUCED PRICES!
Uood Goods-Uowl Weights!
The undersi?ned respectfully invites tho at
tention of his friends and the community nt
large, to his stock of groceries, which has been
largely increased durin? the past week. His
goods have been bought in the Eastern market,
and lie otters the benelit of the recent decline in
prices. If you want Sugars, Coffees, Teas.liice,
Soap, Tickles, Fine Tobacco and Cigars, the
best Family Flour, the nicest of Hams, or any
thing else in the grocery line. Give me a call,
examine goods and low prices. It don't cost
anything to examine. A. D. Hayxes,
Dr. P. H.Cnrdwell
11a s removed his Dental Offi
Market Square, front rooms Metler's building,
un stair, north of V Kern's ;::iujf-
' 1 ' - " o. IIUJUU
: Provide Against Dager. .
At this seasonall the great linis of travel be
gin to swarm with human beings intent on busi
ness or pleasure. Arc these moving multitudes
awaro of the danger which ensues from drink
ing different varieties of water and breathing at
mospheres to which their ' lungs are unaccus
tomed ? Do they realize how important it is to
be pre-armed with an antidoto that will de
fend their systems from the evil consequences
of such changes and from all ailnents and dis
turbances which arise from the miasma so plen
tifully evolved from the soil at this period of
the year ? Such an antidote certain in its pro
tective operation and free from everything ob
jectionable in its composition ad . flavor has
been for twenty years before tie world. iSo
instance can be adduced, during that period, in
which Hostetter's Stomah Bitterslhas failed a?
an acclimating medicine, or as a preventive of
the bodily ills to which the undefended system
is liable in unhealthy localities.
A good appetite, perfect digestion, a vigorous
condition of the nervous system, functional re
gularity, and a pure and active circulation, are
the elements of health, and time signal bless
ings may be secured and perpetuated by the
use of this powerful, yet harmless, vegetable
tonic. Such is the experience of all who have
ever taken it as a safeguard against the diseases
which debility, irregularity and a mcrbid con
dition of the solids and fluids of the body are
sure to invite.
To the Voters or Knox County.
I take this method of announcing myself, a
candidate for re-election, to tho otficc of Sheriff
of Knox county at the August election, 1872. I
have been serving you in the capacity of Sheriff
for the past two years ; as to how I have con
ducted the business of said otfice, is to you',well
known. I will, if elected, in the future, as in
the past, discharge the duties of the office to
the best of my ability, irrespective of part'.
I cannot close this announcement without
tnnderinsr mv sincere thanks to my friends of
all imrties, for their hearty support in inf
. j ...
lection. V. f- Gossk-
Ladies will find relief from tbeir headache,
costiveness, swimming in the head, colic, sour
stomach, restlessness, ets., etc., by taking Sim
mons' Liver Regulator.
Persons living in unhealthy localities may
avoid all billious attacks by taking a dose of
Simmons' Liver Regulator occasionally to keep
the Liver in a healthy action. It should be
used by all persons, old and young. It is not
unpleasant, it is purely vegetable compound, is
not injurious to the most delicate constitution,
and will keep the Liver in healthy action.
Dwelling on State street. The entire house
or only a portion, as may be desired. Apply to
Ice at One Cent a Pound.
I am now prepared to furnish the public with
Ice. . B. Wr. Keedek,
v8dlm. Corner Gay and Clinch Streets.
AXSOt'SCEMEXTS OF CANDIDATES.
Lost Crekk, Usiox County, Tkx.v.,
.May 8th. 1S72.
Editors Ciiromclk: From the solicitations of a
great many of my friends of the 4th Senatoriul District
to become a candidate to represent them in the State
Senate. I now iiuthorise yoi to announce my name as
a candidate for the fume. The district is composed of
the counties of Anderson. Grainger. Knox mid Union.
A. J. SAVAGE.
For Supreme Court Judge. .
We are authorized to announce lion. ROBERT Mc
FARLAND as a candidate to fill the vucancyin the
Supreme Court of the State, caused h the resignation
of lion. Tho?. A. R. Xelson. Election first Thursday
in August 1S72.
Wc are authorized and requested to announce the
name of WM. L. WELCKEK as a candidate lor Attor
ney General in the 3d Judicial Circuit at the ensuing
We arc requested to announce J. C. J. WILLIAMS
a candidate tor Attorney General of the Criminal Court
District of Knox. E.cction first Thursday in August
Wc are authorized to announce JAMES M.KING,
Esq.. as a candidate for the ottice of District Attorney
for the District of Knox county, at the ensuing August
lama candidate for the office of A torncy General
for the District of Knox at the ensuing August elec
tion. JAMES X. KAY.
In compliance with almost daily solicitations and
inquiries by citizens of all parts of the county, I an
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
u? may choose to vote for me.
jan-'S A. S. IIUDIBURG-
To thk Voters or Kxox Cockty:
In response to an article in the " Press and Herald"
signed "Many Citizens." together with numerous solic
itations from friends of all parties, I hereby announce
myself an independent candidate for Sheriff of Knox
county. I feel that I am the people's candidate, and
if elected, as I expect to be, will serve all, both white
and colored, without partiality. Having gone into the
race. I expect to fight it out on that line until the first
Tuesday in August, the day of election,
I iiu30tde JOHN GIBBS.
Comity Court Clerk,
We aic authorized and requested to announce the
name of J. S. A. BLANG as a candidate for re-election
to the office of County Court Clerk of Knox county, at
me eusuiug August eicciion.
Wc are authorized and requested to announce the
name ot I. B. McLLMURE ad a candidate for County
vyuil utiii, k mo cusuiux AUgUSl eicciion.
We are mithorized and requested to announce the
name oi -uicrv. aucxYIjJju.u :u a candidate for Tax
Collector of Knox county, at the ensuing August elec
To thk Pkoplk or Kxox Cocxty:
T, ...... .... ... 1 ... m .. .
im ji.u a6w juu Riimij tiuntu i lie j.ax Uoijector
ior me county, ior tnis iavor you nave had, and will
ever have, my profoundest gratitude, r h..v. hT.?i.,
endeavored to discharge faithfully and impartially "the
auiics oi me ouice. auh now to meet me expectations
of my friends and the approval of my own l'ecliogs I
am a candidate for re-election. The past is my pledge
for the future. Thanking you for the encouragement
already given, and most respectfully asking your en
dorsement at the ballot box, 1 am, and for the next
two years uope to dc, your ooement servant.
JOHN M. HARRIS.
Wc are requested to announce the name of B. F.
iiti.iuiA. s u, cunuiuaie ior trustee ior Knot coun
ty at the coming August election.
e are authorized to announce JAS. S. BOYD a
candidate for re-election tn the office of ftmntv T, ...-...
jr..- J.' . """"J ucw,i
ior jmui county. d2wte
Tl EM0VE DANDRUFF AND IRRITATION
m- iromuic ?caip ana prevents tlie llair Irom dron
IT INVIGORATES THE SCALP
Imparts Xew Strcustli to the Hair.
For s lie at Atkin Hou;c Drug Store. Price one dol
Iar per bottle.
Refers to (I. II- Bomar for proof of its pood qualities.
apwuiy AJjUt-Kl' SCOTT.
Bl VIRTUE OF A DEED IN TRUST EXECU
TED to me by "The Wilcox Mining Company." a
body corporate, having its principal ofiice in KnoxvUle,
Tennessee, and doing business at "tmory," Roane
county, Tennessee, I will expose to sale to the highest
r, on me
30tb Day of May, 1S72,
upon the premises, the following personal property,
coinery.tne interest ot saut Company in a Steamboat
nearly completed lying at the wharf at Kingston, Ten-
. . m- . . -. . p,i;u;
fT0iy oinerFr-operiy Also' l?e valuable lands
ol said Company, lying m Roane and Morgan counties,
acres, more or less, and covering the valuable coal
banks now worked by said Company.
Said sale will be made on a credit of one nnd two
year?, the purchaser giving bond and approved secu
rity for the purchase money, bearing interest from date
at the rate ot seven per cent, per annum, and a lien
will be retained on the lands till the purchase money
UThe lands will first be offered in parcels to suit pur
chasers and afterwards a a whole, and that sale which
shall bring the largest S"in will be adrpted. The sale
will bo made in bar of the equity of redemption.
W. P. WASHBURN, Trustee.
Knoxville, March 23, M72-2Gd00d
Scales, Wire Rope. Dram and Windlass, Mining, Black
smith and Ciirnp.nfr' Tools. U,.. , nr
y -" " uirco sL-iniTuio iriici.'', lying adjacent, be
ing the lands conveyed to said Company by John Bax
ter ami L. P. Bailey, Trustee, John DeArmond and N.
P. Barton and M. C. Wilcox, conta nimr on thA..i
WHOLESALE MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILT BT
J. W. GA.TJT,
Produce and Commission Merchant,
( Market Place, Knoxville, Tennessee.
' Kxoxyille. Texx.. May 21, 187"A
But little if any change in the prices of pro
duce has occurred for some weeks past The
trade is confined almost exclusively to loca
wants. Two car loads flour, held here for six
weeks or more, were shipped South yesterday.
The receipts of corn and hay during the past
week were light Bacon is offered only in small
lots but sufficient for the local trade. Dry
weather has affected the young crop, causing
serious apprehensions in regard to clover and
oats. The yield of wheat will not be as large as
was anticipated a few weeks ago, but still a good
crop, it is hoped, will be realized.
Quotations of leading articles :
"Wheat But little offered; readily taken by
our mills at Sl.7oal.00 per bushel.
Cokx Is worth OoaOSc. loose.buying ; selling
price, 80af2c in car loads, sacked.
Oats None in market
Hay Buying priceSl OOal 10 per cwt baled ;
selling, $1 25 by the car load jobbing price.
Dried Fruit Nominal; half peaches, 5Jto
6c ; Apples, 4iaoc.
Flour Good supply; best family brands
$5 00. per sack ; extra $4.7-3
Bacox Buying loose from wagons, 7a7c. for
hog round. "Well trimmed Hams are wanted
Lard Some demand at OaOJc; selling at 10a
10k. in tin cans.
Fkathers Prime, oo; duck and mixed, 40a
Butter Prime for local trade 15c to 20c ;
irregular lots, 10 to 15c, dull.
Eugs 12Jal4o. per dozen.
Irish Potatoes G5a70c, loose from wagons.
Beeswax 27a28c per pound.
Uorxfield Peas Wanted for seed at $1.
50 to S2 per bushel.
Knoxiille Retail Market.
Apples dried miOfto Meal, ? bus. WfoltKi
" green $3.Wu4.oWbu. Nails igSVloto
Butter 2.'(3()s'lb Oats. W bus 0.J & o
Beans, dried.o.oOfS'f.tiObu " sheaf. Vcwtl .25 $140
isacon, flams,, c., l(g.lt) Omens, 5l.Zo(Sl --f ou
country.LyHVth Poultry Chickens, 25:Je
" Macs w luj-ro " Ducks, lb fP-u
" tshoulders.S frill V-tb " Geese. oOoO
Beeswax JKjt40 fcft " Turkey.".50(2-l.W
Beef green 612Jtt Peas dr'd,bus1.2o(u.lu)(l
" dried, 15 2ott, Potatoee sw't.?bl.f0i-2.UO
Candles, lb (aJ5 " Irish. SOCtLw
Coal Oil 50(3 00?gul Peaches dried,?R 10
Coffee 'MQXiy&to Powder. 40(4501? Id
Cheese 25i 3UiSlb Rice. th V'A&
Cotton Yarns."?1 doz.S13Ct 15 Sugar crushed. Vtb 18
Corn. ,S(K.!4j"Sbu Coffae... lo'ln-A
Cabbage. 25 M Yellow 15(16
Eggs, do 1215 " Brown. 12! ;'" U
Flour Family c?jo.50 Soap, ?bur... 5(410
Extra. S5 Oi Ki 5.25 Salt sack 2.50
Superfine (4.,'V Syrui 50(3 81 .Otrfgal
Fish fresh, SfrfloV-tb Shot l.V'ar'tt
' Co.'., StrflOlb Tea green,.....75Cii2.0J lb
Mackerel. & 12'e " black, 75(l.bX)?tb
Feathers 50(o60V.n Tar SOfgal
Hay 1 2-"i?l 40Vcwt Tallow, ?. B 10
Lard. tb 11 12 Vinegar. ?gaH0 & 60
Molasses, 1 gal...50 oO
I.lvr Stock nnrkrt.
But few cattle were r eceived the past week,
and they were disposed of to city butchers. The
supply of fat cattle in the country seems about
exhausted, and we do not look for more ship
ments this s2ason, though as yet there has been
do decline in the price. Small lots meet with
ready sale for city consumption at quotations :
Quotatioxs. No. 1 beef cattle, 6c; good
fat cattle, 4a4Jc; ordinary cattle, ;5a4c; stock
There is very little demand for hogs, except
for city use and the receipts are uuiplo to supply
Quotation's, Large fat hogs, 3Ja4c. Small
fat hogs, oiwjc.
There is a gojd demand for fat sheep at tho
Quotations. Xo. 1 fat sheep, 4uoc. per lb.;
GOULD, BARTON & CO..
27 ALABAMA STREET.
Edward P. (Jould,
John H Leadley.
Atlanta, May 18, 187
The showers of last evening and to-day hav
gladdened the hearts ot our larmers and put
a more cheerful aspect on the crop prospects
The feature of the week has been the advance
in corn. Stocks are light. Meats have also ad
vanccd one-half cent per pound. "Ye note no
other quotable changes. 1'lour is held firmer
with a prospect for an advance in sympathy with
other markets. "Ve quote as follows :
Corn, prime white, ytc($l.u0; mixed yellow
J4(i '.Hio tor cur lo.nl lots.
Meat Bacon 7f"j7fo: sides, rib. Pc: clear.Wc,
Hay, $l'JU('i 'J00, for Timothy; Clover, $18-5(a,
Hour, line, ST; super, 50; extra, $'J 'X'Jo:
family, isl0.lo0t V2.iiO, for choice.
New fresh Potatoes, $4 per.bitsliel; old, H)c
Peas, til. 50 per bushel.
Tallow, 8a8c, in demand.
Kags, 40i 4Jc;white, 0.
Mutter in demand, !J5a35c for choice.
Eggs, lOIa'JOc, in demand.
Sew York Market.
New York, May 22. Money dearer, Ga7
Exchange, U3. Gold, SI 13gai.i4. Loans. 2a4
for carrying; new 5s, 122, 02s, 135. States closed
dull. Tennessees. 73: new, 73. Virginias,
steady; new, ti4. Louisianas C2s, 60; Levee t3s.
ijS; s, 77. Alabama 8s, 5s, 00. Georgia 0s,
7(:7s.W. North Carolinas, 34; new, 20. South
Carolinas, 50; new, 30.
Cotton; sales, 400 bales; uplands 241;
Sales of futures to-day 'J,000 bales, as fol
lows : May, 23 13-10, 2315-15. June, 24, 24i.
July, 24, 243 August, 24i. September, 223-10,
22, October, 20J, 20?. November, VM. De
cember, r.' 3-io.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wlihky ft$c;
New Orleans, S'Jc. Wheat spring, scarce;
interred western, i?l.'JSa2 03. Corn more ac
tive and lirm, 72ia74c; Southern yellow. 73J.
Pork irregular, closing heavy, S13.87ai4.0O.
Heel' quiet. Lard heavy bHM. Navals,
heavy. lallow more active, 'Ja'JJc.
D iltlmore Market.
Baltimore, May 20. Flour firm: citv mill
advanced 50e; superfine, 7 50a8 50; extra 'J 50a
11 00; family, 11 50al3 50; "Western extra, 8 50a
and firm; Western, 5ia58; Southern, 00. Kice
unchanged. 1 one j14. Shoulders 5?a5ic
V hisky, wo.
I have opened, an Ice llou so lindpr Punt.
Walley's tobacco store and will deli vpr tb bust
ico in any part of the city. Orders for any
quantity promptly filled. ' Ono cent per pound.
IV-jU-UIui ji. J CHILDRESS.
The Soda water from thfi marhio fountain of
Albers & Co., on Market Square. iv28dtf
y ou. v uc-ul, uuuiiii.uijr uuuiiangea. uornauil;
white Southern, 70a77c; yellow Southern, 72a
73c: mixed Western, nominal. 7071: nata ntPnAr,
Wanted Agents For Light, Permanent and
Money Making employment. Sella in every
family. J. '. BROWN Jfc CO., CixrisxATi. O.
A Xtw Ileantifyln? Arnt. All Dentrifices
had their drawbacks, until the Salubrious Bark of the
Soat Tree was brought frcm the Chilian Valleys to
perfect the fragrant Sozodont,the most delightful arti
cle for the teeth that a brush was ever dipped into.
"Children's Lives Saved for .V Cents." Every
case of Croup can bo cured when first taken, by Dr.
Tobias Venetian Liniment, warranted for 2i years and
never a bottle returned- It also cures Diarrhea, Dys
entery, Colic, Sore Throat, Cut. Burns, and External
Paias. Sold by the Druggists. Depot lu Park Place,
Venus herself would not have been beautiful if her
complexion Dad oeen Daa. li beauty 13 skin deep.it
is necessary to secure and retain that part ot it: and
ladies, instead of resorting to paints and powders should
remember that an impure, blotchy or sallow skin is the
proof of feeble digestion, torpid liver, or vitiated blood,
for all which 1r, Walker's Calieor ia Viseoar
Bi iters is n safe, sure and effectual remedy.
Burnett's oeoalne. No oils, neither pomades
or alcoholic washes foreign or domeetic can compare
with Cocoaine as a HAIR DRESSING. It anchors the
hair firmly in the scalp, gives it new life and lustre, and
renders it the "crowning glory" of both sexes, old and
Pratt's Astral Oil More accidents occur from
using unsafe oils than from steamboats and railroads
combined. OTcr 3.Q,W0 families continue to burn
Pratt's Astral Oil. and no accident directly or indi
rectly haveoccurred from burning, storing or handling
it. Oil house of Charles Pratt, Established 1770, New
T. D. Claxcy Sl Co., Charleston, agents for South
. A Beautiful While, soft, smooth and clear skin
is produced by using G. W La.rd's "Bloom of Youth."
It removes tan, freckles, sunburn, and all other discol
orations from th skin, leaving the complexion bril
liant and beautiful. Sold at all druggists'. This prep
aration is entirely freo Iroia any material detrimental
Itemedy Aeeilel.-Thanks to Mrs.
inslow a Soothing Syrup, we have for years been re
lieved f om sleepless nights of painful watching with
poor suffering, teething children.
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, depression of spirits
and general debility in their various torm-: also as a
preventive against Fever and Ague, and other inter
mittent fevers. The Eerro-Phophorated elixir of
Calisaya, made by Caswell, Hazard A Oo., New York,
and sold by a 1 Druggists, is the best tonic, and as a
tonic for patients recovering from fever or other sick
ness, it has no eual,
Klsley's C.enulne Golden Bell Cologne
Water, according to the original formula of Prevest,
Paris, so long una favorably known to the customers
of Baviland. Uarral and Rialey 1 nd their branches,
for its fine permanent fragrance is now made by 11, W.
Risley. and the trade supplied by his successors, Mor
gan Jt Risley, Wholesale Druggists, New York.
Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder.
The best article known for c ensing and pr serving the
teeth and gums. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 and
51) cents per bottle. P. C. Wells Jc Co., New York.
Carbolic Salve, unequalled as a llealing Com
pound. Physicians recommend it as the most wonder
ful remedy evo known. Price 2'j cents per rox. John
P. Henry, sole Proprietor. 8 College Place, New York.
Chritaloros Hair lye. This magnificent
compound is bey nd contingency the safest and mott
reliable Dye in existence ; never failing to impart to
the Hair, uniformity of color, nonri.-hinent and elas
ticity. Manufactory ti$ Maiden Lane. N ew York.
Nvapnla is Oinuni Durified of its sickenimr and
qualities. It is a perfect anodyne not producing head
ache or constipatien of bowels, as is the case with other
preparations ot opium. John xarr, Cheiust, New
l'ork. . .
Batchelor's Hair Dye.
This superb HAIR DYE is the Best in the World
Perfectly Harmless. Reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No Ridiculous tints, or Unpleasant
Odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR
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 1-3 BOND ST., New York.
Don't fiiil lo procure MRS. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR
This valuable preparation has ben used with NEV
ER FAILING SUCCESS in Thousunds of cases
It not only relieves the child from Dain. but invigo
rates the ttomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will also
tlripln? in the Uoivcls and Wind Colic.
We believe it the BEST and SUREST REMEDY TN
THE WORLD, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND
DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, whether arising from
teething or any other cause.
Full directions for usinz will nccomnanv each botM.
None genuine unless the lac-simile of CURTIS PKR.-
JvlNS, New lork, 13 on the outside wrapper.
sold dt all Medicine Uealers. decltxlAwlyf
HOUSE BU ILDIIVG
rpilE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO CON-
TRACT for all kinds of Building. He has con
tantly on hand a good supply of
Beveled Siding, Dressied and Undressed.
which will be furnished at reasonable rates. A supply
ot SHINGLES always on hand. Call at the old fash
and Blind lactory of Tarwater Jk Ambrose.
J. T. AMBROSE.
0"A1I kind of Dre-sinr dono at short noti e. Job
Work of all kinds solicited. aplTdwtf.
IHE LESTER SASH BALANCE.
Cli cap and Improved Ventilation Ollered.
STEPHENSON"" k HINMAN,
Stair Makers, Cabinet Makers and
Builders in General.
We have permanently located in Knoxville and se
cured the exclusive right for Knox county for the
" LESTER SAsll BALANCE." We offer this Sash to
those intending to build, or to those desiring im prove-J
ventilation in houses already in use, as the cheapest
and most convenient in use.
We do all kinds of Carpenter Work and guarantee
satisfaction. Shop, Church st, in rear of A. C. Bruce.
Chancery Sale of Valuable City Prop
erty. No. 1.37S.
TN OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE PRONOUNCED
I at. the March term, Jl72 of the Cham-erv I'nrt ut
KrmTville. in th case of Lanier Bros. Cj. vi W T
Jourolman, administrator of E.M. Plumlee, deceased!
et al, I will sell at the court house door in Knoxville,
On Satnrday, the 13th Day of June, 1S72,
at 11 o'clock a. v., t public auction to the highest bid
der, a suflicieney of the realty belonging tu the estate
ot h M.rlumlec, deceased, to pay the debts of said
estate, first selhntt a certain lot with the buildings and
aPDurtenanccs thereon, sitn.itpil
Gay street, in tin city of Knoxville. being a'front on S
said street ot Zl teet and a depth of 70 feet, and bound
ed on the north by the property purchased by Joseph
L. Kin from George McFarland, and on the south by
the property of Barry Jc McDannel, being tho lot form
erly owi ed by G. M. Hazen : a d should this not be a
euhriency to pay debts I will then sell the reversion
ary interest in the lot assigned to the widow as dower,
beinz a certain lot with buildine and aDDurtenances
thereon, situated on Mam street, in the c ty of Knox
ville, fronting 210 feet on said street, and bounded on
the north by Cumberland street, about 1 feet on the
east by the Knoxville and Charleston Railroad, and on
the west by second Creek, and running from Main to
Said sale will be made for one-fourth cash, the bal
ance in six and eighteen months in ciual instalments,
for which notes with irood p-nritv bearinor interest
from date, will be required and a lien retained as fur
ther security, May 12, 1S72.
M. L. TATTERSON, C. Jfc M.
Presidential Campaign Book.
The irreat work of the year. An immense lale iruar-
nteed. Prospectus, noat naid. Tn rt. TtovisH KV
MAP WONDER is uneonaled in cheanneea and nomi-
larity. Three styles oi Maps sent to Awnts for price
ofone-2.50. Address 4iOUDSFi:EU'N
EMPIRE BOOK, MAP AND PICTURE HOUSE.
Chicago, Cincinnati, Sc. Louis or New Orleans.
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OF THE SOUTH
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inserted in - AKHM'AfKlw. i. t,,
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or lesssiiace than one inch, and turn longer period th r
one mnntn. Equally favorallj ipiotatiuns mau t r
any ssngle State. Copies of Lists. C rcnlars. E.-thnitt--.
and full information, turni-hrd on application
GKO. P. ROWKLL A CO..
Newspaper Advertising Agents.
41 Park Row. New Yt r!;.
A Century of Trinmi f.vor I v -ier sii. live
disease, bowel complaints and various- febrile and ner
vous disorders, has iuuuo-taliet( the lttr Spa an i
these victories arc now repeated tin "ii-'h-mt this hrm
isphere by Takram's Ei'ki" r k..ckt H.Kr.K A
RkEvT: containiiiK all the clenn-nts and proiujii -the
happy results of the Great Herman Sprmu-.
SOLD BY ALL DRI IS 1.
Clienp J;"iiiiiiss: Free Hom:
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UXIO X PA CIFIC J2A II. t l' .!.
A LAND i.UAXT nf
L : , O , o ACMJ I.
Best Farming and Mineral Lands i.T Air.-jric
unraen o i t H e V'
A'ow ion nam :
These lands are in tho centra! p.ir:-.., ., ; ,
States, on the list decree of North Lr.taV.'tV-'.
tral line of the great Xemperata one ..1 Uk- "v.-r
Continent, and for grain trrowin:: and st k imi-hi;
surpassed by any in thf I'nited rtate.
ClltAPER IN PRICE, more Uv.r.vM,- terms ui;
and more convenientto market than can 1 t"tind el
where in the United State.-.
Free Homc.ftcmh for Art net' ,;??
THE BEST LOCATIONS loll COLONIES.
Soldiers Untitled to a J:-ntele'rt f W Ac:
1'ree Tasses to Purchasers of Lar. 1.
Send for the new Descriptive PampMet. with n
maps, published in L'ushsh. Uerman, Swedir.h a
Danish, mailed free everywhere.
Address O. I DAVIS.
Land Commissioucr. U. P. L. R. ' .
EXTlIAOliDi VAllY IM lMiUVKMKNT
The Masos k Hamlix Oroax Co. rcsn?c! tn II y ntj .
nounce the iutroductio ot imiroveiiicnt.: ot h tii ':
than ordinary interest. These are
Reed and rijje L'ubiw.t '.. ,-.
which can be instantly moved to .the ru:.' :
changing the pitch, or transiKjsins thu key. t : .:'
ings and descriptions, see Circular.
yew and Elegant Si i !. ,-i
Double Reed, L'-Oniot Organ..
at Slfll, $132 ami $125 each. Considering Cap 1 :-. K:
egance, and Thorough L'xcellence of Workm'c ::!
these are cheaper than any lcforo offered.
The MAS30S JHahlin Organs are acku-.wje ; '.
BEST, and from extraordinary fa--ilities ior m ,1
ture this Company can atlord. and now urel' .
sell at prices which render them
Unquestionah !g ( "n r f .
Focr octatb oroass S) e-ich : five i.-ru y !.
f 100. S12" and upwards. With three se;. rco i ; 1 .-A
upwards. Forty stjles. up to jl-Vm c;o h.
New illustrated Catalogue and Te.-ti1uoni.1I .'; ' r.
with opinions of more than One Tbou-and
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151 Tremont St., Boston. 5oT Broa I u ,r-. .
FANNING 'S l'AT K.N XlaLFITTl N . i
Iiecoinnn nJed hy lei::-'
Should bo worn x!
ladies who value heal
Tliey are particularly r"j
ommende I tor snininer "
and warui el una res, n'lh .a-.:
adapted to all sea-on- '
year. 't sale hy all ti: '
lVormlrr Skirt ti
S"!e Alanul.K turer-.
Portable Soda Fountains.
!?0, S":r ami iM).
GOOD, JJUILVDU: AND ClIKAl"
.Shipped Kcady lor ISc !
J. V. IHAP3IA t to., HaJison. Iinl i.r:.
g-SKND FOR CIUCTJI.AK.-
ite 1 Pile;
Bing's Pilk Remedy fails to cure. It is j rei are l ex
pressly to cure the Piles, an i nothing cl-e. fcoid
Druitafists. Price, gl.no. .
A OEA'TS H-antetlAzenis make irorr ru-ney at
il wort- for ,u thin !invfhipir e.se. ivi-'Pe-- r,U'
anil nupin'innnt l-i rt ii'ii l.i r free.
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you will ensure with us at once. Kverythin-,' tun. - a
ed and expenses paid. Address I . A. LL.I..-3 V tu..
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' Knoxville Iron Vo,
er r nails, a-
Miners and Dealers in
COAL AND COK E.
Office anil IVcrks
Oh East Tennessee, Virgisiia acl t;t i'ia
West of Depot,
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