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erft'on, not exceeding Jive lines; over five linei 5 Cents
or each additional line will be charged.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNK tf, 1S7
CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
of auy waiiy
The Lances I Circulation
In Kast Tennessee.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL KEF.HIT.
Signal Service, C. . Army.
Kkoxtilli. Tenn., June 1-. 1S72.
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Albums In all styles at (J. I?. Smith & Cos.
L. Lowcnstcin will receive n fine lot of Geor
gia peaches this week.
A Gold Ear King, with cluster of Pearls. A
libera! rewurd will be paid for its delivery to
Hope 4c Millkk.
A Lady to operate the Weed Family Sewing
Machine. Constant employment given.
Stacy 4c Angel, (ien'l Agents,
Ktl Gay street, Knoxville, Ttnn.
"Want to purchase from three to live acres of
land for the use of acometer;, A ithia one and a
half miles of Knoxville. Apply to
II. G. Evans,
vil3-d4t At Rolling Mill.
The bar at the JSell llouse is now open and
furnished with the bc-t liquors that can be
bought at McClung 4c Betterton's. Do not fail
to call and take, a natural glass and give a toast
to the keeper.
N. AV. Morhis,
Just Received A
new and beautiful lot of
O. li. Smith 4c Co s.
Klectioneeing is now getting lively in the race
for office, and the prospects are that the canvass
will be an exciting one. Major A. S. Pro&ser
announced himself in yesterday's i?.-u3 of this
paper, and this morning Mr. J. N. Ray pre
sents his claims to the public. Messrs. "Williams
and King are also on the track from the other
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From all quarters we receive the niot grati
fying assurances of the fiicces of the wheat
crop in East Tennessee. VY"e have been shown
fine specimens by numbers of farmers, and yes
terday Mr. John Chumlea, of Reaver Creek,
showed us several heads of the Boughton varie
ty, grown on his farm on Beaver Creek, which
is equal to any we have yet seen. It will be
harvested this week.
1'or Two Days.
Mike Lipman ha? changed his programme
and will 6tay in this city tno days in.-tcad of one,
as previously announced. His Mammoth (uoen
City Circus, Menagerie and Balloon Show will
arrive on Friday and give two performances on
that day and two on Saturday, also. This is
treating Knoxville with due consideration and
will enable all within a radius of twenty miles
to witness the performances who dc-ire to do
East Tennessee Female Inslltnte ITixes.
Frizes ofl'ered to members of the Institute at
the beginning of the collegiate year, concluded
on Tuesdaj, the 11th inst, were awarded by
the various committees, as follows:
A life-size portrait, in oil, for the best crayon
drawing in the Senior Drawing Class, by R. M.
Dawson, Artist, to Miss Mary B. Temple; a
prize for the" best pencil drawing in the Junior
Class, by J. C. Stursres, to Miss Susie Lyon ;
for the same in the Primary Class, by pi. L.
Butler, to Miss Marv Oldham; a compliment
ary testimonial to Miss Maggie McMillan, of
the same class, by O. B. Smith; for the best
knowledge of English Analysis and Grammar,
by Mrs. R. C. Jackson, to Miss Emilv White ;
f..r tlm host knowledge of Latin, by Mrs. M. C.
Butler, to Miss Lulu Butler; for the best read
insr bv Mrs. J. B. Iloxsie. to Miss Adelia Arm
strong: for tho best spelling, bv Miss Grace
Kimball, to Miss Alice Cummings ; for the
highest record in punctuality, attendance and
deportment, by Mrs. O. P Temple, to Miss
Lizzie Knabe, (perfect in all these regards); for
the best impromptu composition, written in
thirty minutes, upon a .subject assigned by the
committee at the time of writing, by Irank
McClunfi, to Miss Juie Jackson, whose compo
sition and the next one in merit were read to
the audience bv "W. P. Washburne, Esq.
We make crateful mention of the following
jrcntlemen for their services on committees of
examination: Messrs. R. M. Dawson, J. C,
Sturges, Chas. Seymour, D. W. Brainard, Rev.
J. Howard Smith: Prof. Collins, of Maryville;
Prof. Snow, of Massachusetts; and especially
V. P. ashburne, Esq., for almost constant at
tention and ready assistance, even, upon
my reoucst, taking the entire chareo cf
a class in "Cicero's Orations,'' as well as par
ticiuatine: in the examination of other classes.
Reports lrom the Records of the Faculty,
emuracinir one year :
Perfect in Deportment (Absolute non-inter
couritbetween pupils during study hours, being
one of the requirements,) JNlisses Emuy White,
Aimee Knight, Mary B. Temple, Susie Lyon,
Lulu Butler and Lizzie Knabe.
Neither absent nor tardy Misses Belle Lut-
trellani Lizzie Knabe; Miss Mary B Temple,
only from one rhetorical exercise, from kick
ness. From no recitation or school duty, but
tardy twice : Misses Lillio Lewis and Lizzie
Armstrong. Besides these named above, of
thoso whose demerit marks (all excused absenc
es being classed in this record as demerit) do
not exceed ten, nine pupils, one days' absence
of a pupil having three recitations giving live
The highest three in scholarship Misses Era
ily White, Lulu Butler and Mary B. Temple.
On the scale of 100 : the first two, U7; the latter,
Remark No pupil who has been almost in
variably present and punctual, has failed to
make jrood projress.
Deduction While your daughter is at school
let her school duties be her work, to which all
forms of recreation and social amusement are
subordinate. M. C. Butler,
The Turn Verein Cornet Band will give a
Moonlight Concert on the river near the Upper
Ferry this evening, commencing at 8 o'clock.
If the weather should prove f ne, as we trust it
will, there will be a large number of our citi
zens out to enjoy the moonlight, and the even
ing atmosphere. We learn that boats, yawls,
canoe3 and water crafts generally are being en
gaged for the occasion. The following is the
Mandeline, O;. St Knabe.
Mizerere in Trovatora Verdi.
Excelsior, Polka Muller.
Mars, Q. St. Knabe.
Jolly Brothers Galop Budike.
Louiza Waltz Knabe.
Home, Sweet Home.
Wilcox and Glbbs' Sewing Machines.
Captain Calvin McCorkle has just opened an
office in Geo. W. White's building for tho sale
of the Wilcox & Gibb's Sewing Machines,
which is neatly and tastefully fitted up and
where all who are in want of machines are in
vited to call and examine. The many points of
excellence nossessed by this machine will be
cheerfully explained by Capt. NcC, who from
a long experience in business is meeting with
the most encouraging success in the sale of the
machine he represents.
Mrs. Edward U. oaltmars n nas also a nrsl-
class dressing making establishment in the
same building, where the latest fashions from
Mew York are always to be found, and which
we are gratified to state, is well patronized
WHOLESALE MARKET It GPORT
CORRECTED DAILT BY
Produce and Commission Merchant,
Market Place, Knoxville, Tennessee.
The only pressed brick, dwelling
Knoxville, on Broad street, opposite
and Dumb Asylum. Apply to
vill'dJt 11. J. Ivinei
the Deaf j
A full supply of the patent fluting and flut
irons combined. For sale by
junellot Hawkins, Butt & Co.
A tew centlcmen boarders can be accomo
dated with new furnished rooms and board at
four dollars a week. Apply corner of rotate and
Cumberland streets. vill-lm.
Dr. 1 II. Card well
ilas removed nis Jjental umco to est riue
Market Square, front rooms Metler's building,
up stairs, north of P. Kern's. liu'Jdtt
We have on hand at the Chronicle office a
few blank Warranty and Trust Deeds, on su
perior paper and printed in superior style.
Knoxville, Tenn.. June ll, 1872.
Transactions in produce during the past week
has been confined to the local trade, except per
haps the shipment of two or three cars or corn
at fair prices. All eyes are now turned to the
opening of the Wheat trade. Several crops are
already engaged deliverable by or before the
first of July at $l oO, for prime white. This
verifies our predictions of the first being the bet
market. All admit that prices must decline as
the season advances. With good weather
for harve-ting aud threshing, East Tennessee
has the best crop realized since 1857, Let the
wheat be well cleaned, carefully handled, (don't
mix white, red and trash,) and bring your
wheatforwardpromptly and the money pressure
will soon be relieved.
Flour continues very dull, and holders smx-
ious to realize.
In bacon wc hear of no transactions except
for local consumption. Flour is very dull. To
effect largo sales concessions would be re
quired. Quotations of leading articles :
Wheat Old but little offered; dull, at$l.T-5a
l.OO per bushel.
Corn Is worth Goa8e. loose,buying ; selling
price, K)a8Llc in car loads, sacked.
Oats Retail 70c.
Hay -Buying price 7oa'.0c. per cwt, baled ;
selling, $l 'Jo by the car load jobbing price.
Dried Fruit Nominal; half peaches, 6 to
Gc ; Apples, 4Ja5c.
1 lour Good supply; best family brands
W. per sack ; extra 54.7o
Bacon Buying loosofrom wacrons. 7a7c. for
hog round. Well trimmed Hams are wanted
Lard Some demand at 'JaOJc; selling at 10a
lOJc. in tin cans.
Feathers Prime, oo; duck and mixed, 40a
Butter Prime, lower, 12k. to loc. ; irregu
lar lots, 10 to loc, dull.
Eqgs 12ial4c. per dozen.
Irish Potatoes Goa70c., loose from wagons.
Beeswax 27al28c per pound.
Cornfield Peas Wanted for seed
50 to $2 per bushel.
see, ndiuire, and buv a new Album at
O. B. Smith & Co r
Messrs. Ristine & May, who have the con
tract for the furniture for tho Masonic Temple
in this city, on yesterday bhowed us three of
ficers' chairs, made c.-pecially for them by
Halmes & Co., of Bo.-ton. Massachusetts. They
arc of the Gothic style, finished iu black horse
hair, studded with silver nails and ornamented
with Masonic emblems. The remainder of the
furniture will bo manufactured by Messrs. R.
!t M.. and will be in keeping with them.
Fifty good, substantial packing cases for sale
cheap at O. B. Smith & Co s.
Arrival or Freights.
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEOIililA RAIL
ROAD. P M Williams, 17 pg; Jim Burke, 0 pgs; P
Kern, 1 pg; S Cohn, 14 pgs Martm Bros., :5
pgs; James Bell, o pgs; L II Rogan & Co., 1
pg; J T Ambrose, 1 car load of lumber; Knox
ville Iron Co., 1 bark mill; Hough A; Church,
o pgs; Cowan, McClung & Co., 4 pgs; Ciffin,
Martin & Co., 1' pgs; Stacy & Angel. pgs;
Sanford, Chamberlain fc Albers, b' pgs Leo A;
Howarter, 4 pgs; A D Haynes, 7 pgs.
Tho semi-annual examinations of the East
Tennessee University begin this afternoon and
will continue Friday and Monday. All inter
ested are invited to be present.
We understand that Judge Milligau will, by
request, deliver an address on the subject of
Education before the Trustees and Faculty on
next Tuesday night in tho Methodist Church on
Church street, and will bo followed by Judge
Nelsoa, with an address by request, to the two
Literary Societies of tho University.
rlho annual contest between the two Societies
will take place on Monday night.
On Wednesday, the 10th inst., the commence
ment exercises will bo held in the same church,
beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Gettlnff Ready for Work.
Some time ago wo stated that several capi
talists intended establishing a blast furnace and
foundry in this vicinity if sufficient inducements
were held out to them to make tho investment.
Wo are gratified to state that such inducements
have been offered the gentlemen in question.
Mr. Charles A. Buckley and others on Satur
day purchased ten acres of land from the An
derson estate, situated about a mile and a quar
ter from town, on the Knoxville and Ohio Rail
road. We learn that it i their intention to erect
thereon two blast turnaces work to be com
menced within a specified time to be followed
probably by other manufactories. This will
prove an important addition to our manufac
turing interests and wo hope and believe that
the time when Knoxville will be one of the
largest manufacturing cities in the South is not
many years distant.
Railroad Men in Council.
On yesterday a meeting of prominent South
ern railroad officials met at the Atkin House, in
this city to arrange a new schedule between
Washington City and New Orleans. The fol
lowing gentlemen were present and participated
in the meeting :
J. S. Barbour, President of the Orange, Alex
andria and Manassas Railroad; C. L. Fitch,
General Ticket Agent of the New Orleans, Mo
bile and Texas Railroad; Henry Fisk, General
Superintendent of the Atlantic, Ohio and Mis
sissippi Line; A. Shaw, Assistant Superintend
ent of tho North Alabama Railroad; Captain
Joseph Jaques.Vice President of the East Ten
nessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad; M. Stan
ton, Afsistant Superintendent, and J. B Peck,
General Ticket Agent of the Selma, Rome and
Dalton Railroad, and C. S. Williams, Superin
tendent of the of tho Memphis and Charleston
Several changes were proposed but no definite
change was made in the present schedule. Fur
ther consultation will be held to-day and final
Burning; of Colonel G. M.
On Tuesday night the paper mill on Middle
lirook, three miles and a halt lrom this city, was
destroyed by fire. The mill was owned by Lol.
G. M. Hazen, whoso name is familiar to the
newspaper fraternity of tho South, and his loss
will be resrretted by all his old patrons.
IITho fire was discovered about twelve o'clock.
but had made such headway that the root had
already fallen in and the building wrapped in
flames so that any attempt at staying their pro
gress would have been unavailing, ine nre is
supposed to have originated in the engine
room, and to have been accidental, though the
former is onlj conjecture, for no one slept in the
mill and nothing is positively known as to the
The mill was one of the largest in the State
and had a canacitv for. manufacturing ZUUU
pounds of paper per dav. It was valued at be
tween $20,000 and $2-3,000 and a short time ago
bad been entirely refitted, which, with the stock
on hand, amounting to five or six thousand dol
lars, was entirely consumed, which latter will
swell Col. Ilazen's loss to nearly $30,000. The
property was insured for $10,000 in the Georgia
The mill will be immediately rebuilt, steps
havinjr been taken to that effect already. This
sneaks well for the indomitable enercry of Mr.
Ilazcn, and we hone that he will soon be under
way again and that his misfortune will prove
an incentive and not a drawback to his future
7 (" 'vcrs of Knox Countv :
Fellow-Citizens: By an Act of the Gen
eral Assembly of the State of Tennessee, ap
proved December, 8, 1871, it devolves upon you,
at the election, on the first Thursday of August,
next, to elect an Attorney General for the Dis
trict of Knox, whose duty it will be to represent
the interests and prosecute in behalt ot tho
people of the State in the Criminal Court of
In obedience to the often expressed desire of
many personal and political friends, and in ac
cordance with my own inclination and wishes in
tho premises. I announced myself some weeks
since, a candidate for that important position.
According to what I regard the duty of every
man who aspires to public confidence and atew-
ardship, l take tuis occasion, ana adopt mis me
dium of communicating with my fellow-citi
zens whose sunraze I seek. Yv hue politics can
have but little connection with a judicial con
test, in the abstract; and certainly should
have nothing whatever to do in the
administration of the law and such shall
be the guiding principle of my official action,
if elected: vet. that no man may act and vote
misunderstandingly, it seems eminently proper
to say that 1 am now. and always have been, a
Republican in politics, and although quite lib
eral in my views, 1 am not liberal enough to
vote die Democratic ticket in disguise sugar
coated with Greeley and Brown.
It is proper, also, to state that my Republi
canism is of no recent origin. Born and raised
and having lived in Knox county the greater
part of my life, I was nevertheless taught,
from rav earliest infancy, to look upon the
institution of slavery as a flagrant violation of
"The Rights of Man," and am proud to say
that I was an original friendof the colored race.
This mere fact, however, gives me no precedence
over those who have come to see the interests of
men in the same light in which I was taught to
regard them from my youth up, and which
views have grown with my growth and strength
ened with my strength. Several very clever
gentlemen are already announced as my com
petitors, and others are perhaps in abeyance,
against whom I shall have nothing but the kind
est words to utter. I stand not on hereditary
rights : nor do I seek an election through
the influences of ancestral privilege, but sub
mit my claims to the people, at the ballot box.
believing that they have the good sense to ac
cept or reject men for office, because of irmt
tticy arc, and not tor what thev mi ant hare been.
Hoping to seo and interchange opinions with as
many of you as possible between now and the
I am yours trub',
James N. Ray.
Knoxville, Tenn., June ?.
I have used Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator
in my laraiiy lor Dyspepsia and &ick Head
ache, and regarded it as an invaluable remed'
in these attacks. It has not failed to give re
lief in any instance.
KeV. V. F. x.ASTERLING,
Elder's Itnstle harden the 1'Iaee to (io.
All those seeking protection against the pre
vailing heat should bear in mind that I have
fixed up a rustic garden in the rear of the Ex
change, where amidst vines and flowers and in
cool and shady booths, meals and all sorts of
cooling beverages are sold from 0 o'clock a. m.
to 12 o'clock r. m. A number one lunch served
gratis every morning from 10 to 12 o'clock.
vUtt .M. .hiFLER, I'ropnctor.
Knoxville Ketail Market.
Apples dried 8ffll0?.n Meal, ? bus. Xrt&W)
" green S3.Wa4.0Uf'bu. Nails S't'lO
Butter 2ufa25ftt Oats. bus f0 00
Beans, grecn,5UG0cfpepk " eheaf, cwt SI $1.25
Bacon, ilams.s. c, 15(g.lt)7, Onicns. $l.25ttl-r'0f'bu
country,12)14Vtt Poultry Chickens, ir.;.m20
" Sides 'JHluvm " Ducks, 1 (10
" Shouldcrs.8 M 10 "f tf) " (Jeesc. 50'3fn)
Beeswax :Mu) tb " Turkey? ,50fa.l.00
Beet preen 6t.l2'ri Peas drd. bus1.25-l
" dried, LIKlirft Potatoes' sw't,"tbl.50i2.0ij
Candles, ft lb &2! " Irish. 8)w1.1h
Coal Oil SOfoMifjrnl Peaches dried, yo 10
Coffee 30(;ii Powder. 4W?5UfB
Cheese .&(' 30"itm Kice. "tftt 12!4
Cotton Yarns, f dozlo(20 Suear crushed, Vlb IX
announcing myseii, a
; Extra. ?
To the Voter of
I take this method of
candidate for re-election, to the office 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 1 have con
ducted the business of said office, 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 partv
1 cannot close this announcement without
tendering my sincere thanks to my friends of
all parties, for their heart3T support in my last
ICCtlOn. V. H. (iOSSETT
Salt, f sack...
Mackerel. f"i 12U
Feathers fWi.tiUf1 lb
Hay 1 diaSl 2")?crt
Lard. ?tb YlVm 15
Molasses, "ft i?al...5f) 60
Tea frrecn,.....7-fli:2.0i ft tb
" black. 75(!i-1.60rtt
Tallow, ? tb li.
Vinegar. ? gal 40 bu
Live Stoelt Market.
Flavoring: Extract are of primary importance
in cookery : and of all articles of this description the
highly concentrated Standard Extracts, prepared by
Joseph Burnett & Co., Boston, are pronounced bylead
ins cuijinicrs Professor Blot among the number the
purest and best,
.,J,,n,a Wrecks.-Erery day and hour we meet
with broken down specimens of humanity wrecks
that seem past hope of saivaze. At least seven eizhths
ot these might m filled with new vitaliry. by course
ot La. Wai.kf.rs California Vikgar Bir sks
Many are sufierinz from the reaction of rum-rollured
but?" or powerful minerals It iscnaracterist.cof Dr.
Walkers (.reat Kestorative that it neutralizes the effect
of these mis called remedies, and accomplishes, in due
time, a perfect cure,
atnre CSlves ns Teeth but she docs not rre
rreserve and purify them. Ihat must be dune with
Jr ragrant fcozodont. Ine dental bone and its enamel
casing are made invulnerable to all destructive influ
ences by the daily use of this beneficent preparation.
850,000 Dollar will be Paid for any remedy
which will cure Chronic Rheumatism, Pains in ihe
Limbs, Back and Chest. Sore Throat, Insect Stings
Croup, Dysintery, Colic, Sprains and Vomiting, quicker
thanPr Tobias' Venetian Liniment; established in
117; never fails. Sold by all Brugsists. Depot, lo
Park Place, Ivcw York.
Pratt" Antral Oil More accidents occur from
usinz unsafe oils than from steainboata and railroads
combined. Over 2W.0U0 families continue to burn
Pratt's Astral Oil, and no accidents directly or indi
rectly have occurred from burninz. storing or Jiandling
it. Oil house of Charles Pratt, Established 1..0, 2s ew
T. D. Clascy Sc Co., Charleston, azents for South
A Krantifnl lVhite. poft, smooth and clear skin
is produced by using G. W. La.rd'3 "Bloom of Youth,"
It removes tan, freckles, sunburn, and all other discol
orations from the skin, leaving the complexion bril
liant and beautiful. Sold at all druggists'. This prep
arotion is entirely free lrom any material detrimental
Inst the Itcnipdv XppIw1. Think to Mr.
inslow's Soothing Syrup, we have for years been re
lieved f om sleepless night of painful watching with
poor suffering, teething children.
For DyMpepMia, Indigestion, depression of spirits
and general debility in their various forms; also as a
preventive against Fever and Ague, and other inter
mittent fevers. The Ferro-Phosphorated fclixir of
t-alisaya. made by Caswell, Hazard & Oo., New York,
ana sold by a 1 Druggists, is the best tonic, and as a
tonic tor patients recovering from fever or other sick
ness, it has no equal.
KiJdey'.H (iemiine Golden Bell Cologne
Water, according to the original formula of Prevcst.
Paris, so long and favorably known to ihe customers
ot llaviland, llarral and Kisley md their branches,
for its fine permanent fragrance is now made by 11. W.
Kisley. and the trade supplied by his successors, Mor
gan & HL ley. Wholesale Druggists, Xew York.
1 lui r sion's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder.
The best article known for c ensing and pr serving the
teeth and gums. Sold by all Druggists. Price 26 and
i)0 cents per bottle. F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
Carbolic Sal ve, unequalled as a Healing Com
pound. Physicians recommend it as the most wonder
ful remedy eve known. Price 2o cents per box. John
F. Henry, sole Proprietor, 8 College Place, New York.
Chris tarioro'K Hair Iye. This magnificent
compound is bey nd contingency the safest and most
reliable Dye in existence ; never failing to impart to
the Hair, uniformity of color, nonrishment and elas
ticity. Manufactory Maiden Lane. 2s ew York.
Svapnia is Opium purified of its sickenin.' and
qualities. It is a perfect anodyne not producing head
ache or con.-tipatien of bowels, as is the cae with other
preparations of opium. John Farr. Chem st. New
Kutchelor Hair Iye.
This superb HAIR DYE is the Best in the World
1 ertectly Harmless. Reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No Ridiculous tint., or cnpleasan
Odor. Tho genuine W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR
DYE produce. IMMEDIATELY a splendid BLACK
or .N AIL It A L BROWN. Docs not Stain the Skin
but leaves the HAIR CLEAN. SOFT and BEAUTI-
HU The only bate and PERFECT Dye. Sold by
ail druggists, factory l'i HOD ST., .New York.
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Trained for a successful start in Busine, life tnV
how to get a livin. make money, an l bee ,
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ons i providing situations tur (iraduates. Total exizzi
es for prescribed course.. 81.-ot-,. No vaca'i nT
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A LAND GRANT OK
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Best Farming and Mineral Lands in America.
Photographic Gallery in the city.
Also nice luv and sleeping
Dealers in Stoves
Guttering, No. 15 Gay Street.
Atkin & Cofkman.
Tin, Hardware, Hooting and
Meeting: at Philadelphia.
T i l 1i riT.rt Tt-oa n lnrrrn nn1 I totn
Zeihn. t; nf PhilnrlMio f the ensuing August election
LtLiii;; t- v - -- . i.v lkj iv t; i -
Dolly Varden cards printed at the Ciikonicle
If you travel Last, West Is'orth or South,
take a package ot bimmons liiver Kesulator.
Prepared only by J. II. Zeilin 4c Co.. Macon,
ANXOrA'CEMENTJ OF CAXDIOATL.N.
Lost Cbkek, Union Cocntt, Tenn.,
May 8th. 1S7J.
editors chronicle: trom tne solicitations ot a
great many of my friends of the 4th Senatorial District
to become a candidate to represent them in the State
fcenate, l now autnorise you to announce my name as
a candidate for the fame. The district is roinnnsed of
tfic counties ot Anderson, Urainger, Knox and L nion.
A. J. SAVAGE.
For Supreme Conrt Jndjre.
"iVe are authorized to announce lion. ROBERT Mr-
FARLAND as a candidate to fill the vacancy in the
Supreme Court of the State, caused hv ihn rfiiHim
of lion. Thos A. R. Nelson. Election first Thursday
in AUgUSt, 15iJ.
e are aumorisea ana reauestea to nnmnmrn a. s
PROSSER us a candidate for Attnrnpv fipiral f,,r t"i
District of Knoi county, at the ensuing August elec
We are authorized to announce JAMES M. KTVt?.
Esq.. as a candidate for the office of District Attorney
for the District of Knox county, at the ensuine August
We are authorized and reouested to aininnn thn
name of WM. L. WELCKER as a candidate for Attor
ney Ucneral in the 3d Judicial Circuit at t.hft pnstiinff
We are reouested to announra J. C J. WTT.T.TAMS
a candidate tor Attorney General of the Cri ininul Cnnrr
District of Knox. E.ection first Thursday in Auirust
I am a candidate for the office of A'tornev nTipr:i1
ior ine xisirici oi ivnox at tlie ensuing August elec
tion. JAMES N. RAY.
In compliance with almost dailv solieitati
inquiries oy ciuzens oi an parts ot tne county, 1 an
nounce my name as a candidate for Sheriff of k'nnt
county, at the next August election, and would be
proud to naTe tne assistance of as many ot the citizens
as may cnoose to vote ior me.
J anas A. S. HUDIBURG-
To the Voters of Knox County :
In response to an article m tha " Press and TTpmld"
signed "Many Citizens." together with numerous solic
itations from tnenas ot all parties, I hereby announce
myselt an independent candidate for Shentt of Knox
county. I feel that I am the people's candidate, and
It Irtea. AS 1 expect to De. will nn nil. hnth mhit
and colored, without partiality. Ilavincr tone intn tha
race, I expect to fight it out on that line until the first
luesday m August, tne day ot election,
i m:50tde JOHN GIBBS.
Connty Court Clerk.
Weate authcrized and rennstH tn nnnnnnne tbi
name of J. S. A. BLAN( as a candidate for re-election
to tne office of County Court Clerk of Knox county, at
"Within the past week there has been consid
erable activity in the hore market, nnd a num
ber have been sold for shipment. Dr. lthea, of
Charleston, on Monday purchased six harness
horses from the sale stable of S. M, Lackey 4c
Co., at prici-s ranging from $100 to $150. The
same buyer wishes to purchnse others, so that
for a short time, nt least, this branch of the
stock market -will be fairly active.
No change worthy of note has occurred in the
market since our last. Uut tew cattle have been
received, and nearly all sold wero of inferior
grades. The demand for good beef cattle con
tinues good at quotations.
Quotation's. No. 1 beef cattle, oc
fat cattle, -ial'c; ordinary cattle, "3a4c.
There is no demand for hog-
small lots for city butchering.
m )TTTTiT?e r AfO'PIITT'TJS
Don't fail to procure MRS. Wi:
LOW'S SOOTHING SYItUP V
fat hogs, oao'c
e xcept in very
This valunblc preparation has bcrn used with NEV
ER FAILING SUCCESS in Thousands of cases.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigo
rntes the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will also
Griping in the IJowels and Wind Colic.
We believe it the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IN
THE WORLD, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND
DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, whether arising lrom
teet hing or any other cause.
Full directions fur using will accompany each bot'le.
None genuine unless the lac-simile ot CURTIS Jt PER
KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Sold bv all Medicine Dealers. declidwlvl
CITY TOBACCO AND CIGAR STOKE.
is pretty fair, at
Quotations. No. 1 fat sheep, onc. per lb.;
Hay has declined since our last report, and
may now be con.-idered dull at Tocail 00. One
load of new clover sold for oOc. per 100 pounds.
GOULD, BARTON & CO..
Edward P. Gould.
John II Leadley.
Atlanta, June 10st, 187
J. H. WALLET,
Exclusive Dealer in
Tobacco, Cigars, SnufF
IlrKr and Stone Pipes,
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes.
In fact all Kinds of
At the SIGN OF THE INDIAN.
aug;5,'71 Gay street. Knoxville. Tenn.
Coal and Wood, &c.
Our markets are dull for all lines of goods
except corn, borne heavy transactions are re
ported. Stocks are light.
Wc quote as follows :
Corn by car load, white, S1,0" : yellow
and mixed ilfa 1 Oo; corn meal Si 00.
Flour sunerhne. b7 50: extra. S'J 00("J -j.
I ancy brand,
jaeat, eve .dhl-ou ououiuer- i
sides 9 ; clear sides 9i ; hams l'V
meats in demand.
Uav dull, at $1 80 fa 1 SO fur Timothy ; Sl.tiOfe
$1,S0 for Clover.
Lard yo7.10 for country lard.
I allow Sa?iC, in demand.
brand, $10 50(j 12 o0 per barrel.
:at Nominal Eed 61 'JOfal 'Jo; Choice
$2 ; Inferior $1 80.
Butter IS a
23 : market overstocked.
rtre 'la'!" vpre smrcp
Chickens live 'JSsA'l
Kags 4'c; bald white, oaG.
into consideration several important measures
looking to the improvement of the town. Tho
establishment of a school of high grade was
unanimously agreed upon, and steps will bo ta
ken to secure the erection of a suitable building.
Kesolutions proposing to change the name of
the place were passed, and a committee has been
appointed to make the necessary arrangements.
This is a much more important matter than it
ma seem to be to persons at a distance. The
business men, who sutler most from the mis.
takes of mail agents in forwarding letters, as
noticed in a former communication, will all go
for the change. A few old fogies may oppose
it; but it will, no doubt, bo done.
As the proceedings will be sent to you for
publication, I forbear further remarks. 11.
Albums At all prices at O. B. Smith & Co's.
Just received at Haynes', Chro-ici.e build
ing, a large lot of the best Virginia Koe Her
ring. For sale very cheap.
V e are authorized and roauestod tn nnnmmpp. ttin
name of T. B. MCLliMUKl-j as a candidate for County
uourt uerK, at tne ensuing August election.
AVe are authorized and reouested tn nnTiniiTi,. Vi
nameot DICK McLAIjIjUiu as a candidate for Tax
collector ot lvnox county, at tne ensuintr Anmist. elec
To the Teople op Kkox Coi'stt:
iwo years ago you kindly elected me Tax Collector
iur ine county, jror tnis lavor you nave had, and will
ever have, my profoundest gratitude. I have honestly
endeavored to discharge faithfully and impartially the
duties of the office. Ami now to meet tbi pTiont.,t:.,
of my friends and the approval of my own feelings I
am a candidate for re-election. The past ia my picdse
for the future. Thanking you for the encouragement
already given, and most respectfully asking y0ur en
dorsement at the ballot box, I am, and for the next
two years hope to be, your obedient servant.
JOHN M- HARRIS,
W nre reouested to annonnon the nrnno urit u
REARDEN as a candidate for Trustee for K
ty at the coming August election.
Wn are authorized to announce JAS. S. ROYT) a
candidate for re-election to the office of County Trustee
1 for Knox county. d2wte
Sew Torn Market.
New York, June 11. Money easy, 7.
Sterling dull, yjaJ'J. Gold, $1.14iaU4. Gov
ernments closed firm at about Saturday prices.
Tpnnnssees steady. North and South Caro-
linas steady, but all very dull.
Cotton, lc lower; sales, 588 bales; middlings.
Sales of futures to-day o,400 bales, as fol
lows : July, 20, 2of, 2oi, 2Gi, 20?. August, 26.
September, 23i, 2'l October, 2lh November,
20i. December, l'Jj.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Whisky more
active, 90. heat about one cent better but
very quiet; winter red "Western, $1.02a2.00.
Corn one cent lower; large receipts and more
doing. Eice quiet. aaUic. N avals steady.
Tallow steady, 'Jla'-ii.. Freights steady. Pork
quiet and stead, cl3.4-jal3.oO. Lard
St. I.ouU Market.
St. Louis June 4. Hour dull and drooping.
Corn steady. V hisky, 88c. Pork, no sales.
Bacon dull and declining. Shoulders. 4?a''c.
Clear rib 7c. Lard nominal.
KENNEDY & MORROW,
MINERS AND DEALERS IN
WHEELER'S BITUMINOUS COAL
V",'W ACRES IX XEHItASKA
GREAT l'LATTi: VAM.I'Y.
Giirden 1 the W f,
AOW l OU SALE !
These lands are in tho central l ortion of the I i,
States, on the 41st dejrree of North Latitude, the
tral line ot the great Temperate Zone of the Anuri .
Continent, and lor grain vrowin- and stock r;i-in- uv
surpa?sed by any m the United state--
CHEAPER IN PRICE, more lavoraMi- ttrn- -ive
and more convenient to market thancan be t -ui, t 1-
where in the Lnited States.
Free Homesteads for Actual S' lf' i -.
THE REST LOCATIONS TOR COLONIES.
Soldiers Kntitlcd to a Homestead MO A
Free Passes to Purchasers of Lan 1.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet wi"i r.m
maps publi.-hod in English, t'crman, Swcdi-h .,'r, t
Uani.-n. mailed tree everywhere.
Addre.-s . f. DAVIS.
Land Commissioner, I'. l iL. 11. C--,
EXTIIAOJIDINAKV LMPIiOVKME NTS
The Mason & Hamlin- O
nounce the introductio ot iini.r.ivcmpn',, ....'.;.
than ordinary interest, lhee are
Reed and Pipe Cabinet r'in..
which can be instantly movrd to the r.-ht ,.r i.
K..nn;.... v k . - - - -1 i .. .
ings and dcscrijitions, see Circular.
St io and Klejant Style "f
Double Kicd C'lJhui Oryan.s
attil, and J125 each. Considering Capa.-i
eKance, and Thorough Excellence ot Work:;:
these are cheaper than any httore offered.
The Mason Jc Hamlin Organs are a-kuw!-- L
BEsf. and fria extraordinary facilities f..r w. .
ture this Company can atlord. and imw nni. r-.,
sell at prices which render them
Un q u es t ion ably Ci e ai e s t .
T- . - . ,
r l L K JI TAVK HRGASS S-JU eacn : F ! V E fifTllt i
SlW, 51 and upwards. AVith three sets rue i.- J
upwards, torty ttjlcs, up to l"t tach.
rsew illustrated Catal oiriie Mini 'IVr i Fur n i .1 C-
with opinions of more than One Thou.-im.i lrV-
MASON A IIA.tlLlX OKGA. to..
1-34 Tremont St., Boston. 5t Krci i IV. . 1
" S O 4
MANNING'S PATENT KID-ITlIlN'i
ivecommcndcd bv I:: r
Should be wi.rn hv n 1
ladies who valuj h-iu'J:
They are particularly rec
ommended tor summer wr.ir
and warm climates, althou.-'u
adapted t' all sea-on- of ' fjp
year. For sale ly all Cr-'-class
Worcester Skirt Co.,
V o r c- -r, .Mt.
WALL ORDERS ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY."!
Coal and Wood delivered in any part of
Office at the Store of JAMES KENNEDY.
So. 93 Gay Street. O0.YYILLE, TOS.
HOUSE JUI ILDIAG
JOB CARPENTER1NC .
ri-ITE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO CON
JL TRACT for all kinds of Building. He has con
tantly on hand a good supply of
Bevelcil Siding, Drenvotl ami I'mlressetl,
which will be furnished at. re.i.sonalilp rates. A snrnlr
of SHIXGLfcS always on hand. Call at the old sash
and Blind Factory of Tarwater k Ambrose.
J. T. AMBROSE.
tf All kind of Dressing done at short noti e- Job
Work of all kinds solicited. aplTdiwtf.
THE LESTER SASH BALANCE.
Cheap and Improved Ventilation Offered.
STEPHENSON & HINMAX,
Stair takers, Cabinet illakcrs and
Builders in General.
"Wc have permanently located in Knoxville and se
cured tho exclusive nfrht tor nmn county ior tne
- LESTER SASH BALANCE.'' e offer this Sash to
those intending to build, or to those desiring improved
ventilation in houses already in use, ad the cheapest
and most convenient in use.
e do all kinds of Carpenter V ork and jruarantee
saitstaction. Shop, Churcn st., m rear ot A. C. Bruce.
Portable Soda Fountains,
$ IO, s.-0, S"? ami $100.
GOOD, buhavaa: and ciiEAr:
.Sliipped IteaiJy lor l'"e!
J. W. UIAIOIAX A CO., Madison, Indiana.
4-SEND FOR CIRCULAR. a
For any n-t
Bl nd. Ller:
Itchin?. or I . "
ated Piles th 1 "
It is prepared
Bixg'3 Pile Rsmedt fails to cure
pressly to cure the Files, and nothing else
Urujrjnsts. ""rice, 81.no.
ll utau H anted. Acents make more
JUL work lor us than at anything else.
I I 12 .1'iaiio .o., js. 1 . 1st class
and permanent. Particulars fre. ft. tTlNsON
CO.. line Art Publishers, Portland, Main".
tates in Cir'-ular.
James of patrons in 4
RARE CHANCE FOR AGENTS.
Agents, we will pay you ! per week in c.i-h it
you will enga?e with us at d.nck. Everything iu-n -h-ed,
and expenses paid. Address F. A. ELLS A l'V..
REAT MEDICAL B'JUK of useful knowledge t
Sent tree for two stamps.
Dr. Bonaparte & Co.
Buisness Cards Promptly Printed
Knoxville Iron Co.
CTT NAILS, Ac.
Miners and Dealers in
COAL AND COKE
Office and Works
On Eart Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad
West of Depot,