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THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1872. v
CHK05ICLE OFflCE 19 MARXET PLACE.
The Lancest Circulation of any Dally
In Khhi Tennessee.
Fountain Fire Company-. No. 1, will meet to-
nigntto elect omcers.
At y o'clock last eveuing, Ida Slater, daugh
ter of Harrison and Catharine Slater, aged two
years and two months.
Koraetblnff Refreahiug and Sew.
Tho Fort Admiral reported yesterday a fleet
of boats and three barges, laden with butter,
eges, chickens, tomatoes, apples, fish, feathers,
bans, &c. Capt L. C. Roberts brought down
two barges containing 700 bushels of wheat
Redaction of Fare.
In the future I will convey passengers over
my omnibus line, between Maryville and Mont
vale Springs for one dollar each way instead of
one dollar and fifty cents, as heretofore.
viill-tf. I- Keys.
We acknowledge the receipt of tho Premium
Lit of the "Washington County Agricultural
and Mechanical Socit ty. Their Fair will be
held on the 10th and 11th of October next The
list embraces almost everything in which the
farmer and the mechanic is interested.
We noticed a woman near the depot ycsler-
Uy, wuo, trom ner action, was eviaeuuy ui'
s-me. She should be looked after cither by hei
nl A - iT li r VioT nnxr nt" Kff 4lli O 1 1 1 ll n f 1 1 1 f
. I 1 I QUO U(U tlilj , VI WJ .UVf w.mv....w.
From what we taw of her there is no doubt but
that she is not in a condition to take care ot ner
Wild Goose Plum.
The following legend is told of the origin of
tni? nne truit :. A tarmcr uvingnenx asnvuie
gome years ago, shot a wild goose, and found in
its craw the seed or a plum, which no pianica,
and raised from it the species above referred to.
It is Quito different from all other varieties, has
a very line flavor, ana is Known us me sua
goose pram. ;.'
The following are among the proceedings of
the Criminal Court yesterday morning, pursuant
to adjournment, His Honor Judge M. L.
Hall presiding :
State vo Anthony Humes, larceny ; verdict
not guilty. " '
State vs James Bowman ; motion for new
State vs A und B Washington, as-uult and
Arrival of Freights.
LAST TtXKESSEE, VIRG1XIA A SO) GEORGIA liAIL-
Coffin, Martin & Co, 24 pgs; Cowan, Mc-
(Jlunr & Go, 210 pa;;; Carpenter 5c Koss, 4o pgs;
V W Woodruff ci Go, 18 pgs; Kogers Bros, II
pes G Cullen, 9 pgs; O B Smith fc Co, 2 pgs;
T 0' Conner & Co, 4 pgs; Anderson & Crawford.
1 vsr. Hunter & Co, 2 pgs; L Lowenstein, 1 pg;
McCallum & Co, 8 pgs. Knoxville Iron Co, 4
gs; R C Jackson 1 pg; James Bell. 2 pgs.
' Election of Officers.
At the semi-annual meeting of Mechai;ics?
Fire Company No. 4, held last night, the fol
lowing officers were elected:
C. F. Youngblood, Foreman; H. A. Martin,
Assistant Foreman ; Henry Osborne, Foreman
o.'Hose; J. L. Householder, Secretary and
Treasurer; John W. Washarn, First Pipe
man; Isaac Tarl'ott, Second Pipeman; John
The regular meetings of the company take
place every two weeks, and it was decided to
practice every Friday night following, thereby
keeping the engine in perfect working order.
wants giis and
A .new boat is being built :it Kingston. It is
to bo called the "General Wilder" and will be
ready to fload in two weeks.
Dogs are shot down on the streets by the
police in Chattanooga.
The Times says that the edition of Crowtll's
Directory "will have a circulation ten times
larger than any other directory ever inserted in
this end of the State."
Gov. Brown has been very ill for some time
past, but is recovering.
Gen. B. F. Cheathhm has been called on to
run for Congress from the State at large.
Something over a year ago Knoxville became
aware of the fact that a genius was in its midst,
in the person ot Lloyd Branson, a youth "to for
tune and to fame unknown," but who.-e efforts
in painting evinced a high order of talent Re
cognizing the fact Dr. Boyd and a number f
other gentlemen exerted themselves in his be
half and a sum of money was raised to enable
him to prosecute his studies and qualify himself
fr the position he was designed by nature to
Young Branson during the past year has
painted several excellent portraits, which have
gained for him considerable local reputation,
and have been highly complimented by gcntle
m -n familiar with art not only in the large
cities of this country, but in Europe.
Young Branson's precocity was developed at
a very tender age, when he would obtain small
quantities of paint from the house painters and
portray the features of prominent men which
he sold to his schoolmates for small sums.
These were executed with scarcely an effort,
and though crude as tho infantile effort of Ben
THmin West with his baby sister, may yet if
Fortune is propitious, bo cited with as much
pride as that of the distinguished artist above
Not only has Branson a remarkably correct
idea of mere painting, but also of models, as
we are told, his first being made when at play
with some of his childish friends, and if we are
correctly informed, beforo he had given any in
dications of his extraordinary talents the ma
terial used being common clay and. the design,
the head and bust of an Indian, with the pro
jecting cheek bones correctly developed, the
type .of manhood no doubt being intuitively
suggested and acted on by the color of tho ma
terial used.. . Lloyd has a host of warm friends
and admirers in this city, and we hope that he
may be aided to acquire an education and be
furnished with facilities to pursue his studies
and thus enabled take his stand among Ameri
can artists whose productions evince talent equal
t that of any other nation.
Richard Key wood, for creating a small distur
ba ice, was fined $2.50 by the Recorder.
Freights are lively over the E. Tcnn., Ya.
aad Ga. Railroad. . . .
ihereisno use talking about the weather.
It's too hot for any body except the ice dealers.
The colored fire company was out practicing
with their engine yesterday evening. Quite a
crowd collected to witness the trial. After
"playing" a ihort time they put their engine
"in its little bed," and dispersed.
Hon. A. E. Garrett present Representative in
Congress from the Third Congiessional District
and candidate for re-election from this District,
is in town, stopping at the Atfcia House. He
will take occasion perhaps, to form an acquaint
ance vrith as many of the sovereigns as possible.
Olive Logan's new book, "Get Thee Hence,
Satan," ' Edna Browning," Mrs. Holmes new
book; also, "A Bridge of . Glass," and A
Good Investment" All at the L. T. B. H.
MOIfB MORE UBfFORTUSATE.
A Young Han Commits Snlelde In Cliatta-
The Chattanooga Jlerald of yesterday con
tains the following in relation to tho suicide of a
young, man named John Markwater, which
took place in that city at twelve o'clock, nortof
The deceased had been engaged in the dairy
business, was a native of Switzerland, and was
about thirty-two years of agp. rojn what wp
can gather in the way of information, he had
sometime since extended his business by plac
ing himself under heavier obligations than he
could well meet on their becoming duo, and it
is thought that this circumstance, which had
for some time weighed heavily upon his mind,
led to the rash act.
He lert a letter on his person which gave
thorough instructions ns to the disposition of
his property, and freely exculpated nil persons
but himse.f from being in any way instrumen
tal to tho deed. His property was willed in
this letter to a young woman, now living with
the family of Mr. Jacob Kuntz, to whom it is
said he was engaged to be married as soon as he
could release himself of debt. . A coroner's ju
ry was summoned, and rendered a verdict in
accordance "with the circumstances of his dealh.
He had the reputation of being an honest and
industrious young man.
What Boyd's Attorneys Think.
On the evening of the day on which Thomas
G. Boyd's celebrated letter was published in
the Chronicle, two of his counsel in the cases
referred to, and sought to be dismissed by a lit
tie diplomacy, wero engaged in conversation on
the subject one a Republican, the other a Dem
ocrat. . ' ' '
The Republican said to his Democratic asso
ciate: "This is the result of false teaching by
Democratic newspapers in charging Grant with
being corrupt, and being ready to do anything
for political effect Boyd has supposed his party
papers would i.$ll nothing but the truth, and has
been mixed; and you see the awkward fix in
which our client is thus placed by Democratic
The Democratic law heard his Republican
associate through ; then shrugged his shoulders
una replied: "mat can t oe true, liovd wa3
never misled by anything that appeared in the
Democratic papers. He has been a Democrat
too long, and understands the tactics of the par
ty too well to believe anything that a Demo
cratic newspaper would say in regard to a poli
tical opponent especially in regard to Grant."
, f . T ... 1 .
.uuok!) tuROMCLt: i am mi any m re
ceipt of the following letter from a gentleman
of Wythe coantr. Virsrinia. I hand it to vou
for publication, to give the public some idea as
io me interest ieit in our approaching jrair.
ythe county, irginia, is one of the best
counties of that great State, and her stock is
not excelled by any portion of the United
States. Her pure blooded Short Horn cattle, or
uurnams, can not De surpassed.
li i 1 1 3 1 1. . i a 1 i
xi is ui ue uopea mai me rauroaas win ue as
liberal as possible in transporting stock. But to
the letter :
" Wytheville. Va.. July G. 1872.
''DeakSib: I have some fine milk stock. I
have one cow that has taken eighteen of the first
premiums in this State in three years for the
best cow of any breed. I have two of her calves
very fine. If you will make arrangements
with the railroads so we can go to the Knox
ville Fair, you may look for a number of us
down with some fine stock. Yours, &c.
, : ?
We promise that we will do all we can to
make satisfactory arrangements with the rail
roads. - C. W. Ciiarltox, Sec, &c.
ASLEEP OX T1IE P1TEMEXT.
The following lines were suggested by seeing
a wayworn traveler, who, being "weary" with
too much whisky, was sleeping it ojr on the
$ 9 C . 4 S-
Alone on the pavement he lay,
Alone on the bricks of the street,
Untouched was his heart by a fear
Or doubt. Ah! says I, " he's asleep."
Ah 1 little Ac cares for police.
There's none to disturb or awaken ;
He t-leeps on his hard, stony bed.
Nor dreams that by "Bobs" he'll be taken,
"He drunk? You're a fool. He's asleep !"
" Police will arrcht him ? Xot much."
" Well, how do you know that they won't? '
""Well, they aint that kind. They're no
. c' Skkkshs.
Xcw Carpets at
J. A. Ravi.'s
- Dr. M. M. Harris
Has opened his new Dental Office in Swan's
building1 on Lnicn street, between oav and
.Market bouare. U-ive him a call at his new
Ice at Tiro Cents a Pound.
I am now prepared to furnish the public with
Ice. Ii. AV. Reeder,
vil-3tf Corner Gay and Clinch Streets.
"We have on hand at the Ciiroxiclk office a
few blank Warranty and Trust Deeds, on su
perior paper and printed in superior style.
Now is the time to get bargains. Desiring to
make a change in our business, we offer to sell
for sixty days, for cash only, the largest assort
ment in our line in this country at cost, such
as builders' hardware, plain and japanned tin
ware, pressed ware, nails, iron, pumps, wooden
ware, bird cages, grates, mantles, willow ware,
knives and forks, spoons, toilet ware, stoves and
all kinds of house furnishing and kitchen ware.
Ihe above goods were bousht before the
great advance in metals and will be sold at less
than the present cost of such goods.
ATK1X & CoKFMAy.
Juno 2!), 1872. vfcQdlin
The Soda water from the marble fountain of
Albers & Co., on Manket Square. iv28dtf
Boots and Shoes repaired
good style at
To the Voters or Knox County.
I take this method of annoancins mvself. a
candidate for re-election, to the office of Sheriff
of Knox county at the August election, 1872. I
have been serving you in tne capacity of Sheriff
ivi liii v f rci7if b w v j vui a no bir i ' nr jl u A c U 1 1
ducted the business of said office, is to you well
known. I will, if elected, in tho future, as in
the past, discharge the duties of the office to
the best of my ability, irrespective of party.
I cannot close this announcement without
tendering my sincere thanks to my friends of
all parties, for their hearty'support in my last
lection. . F. Gosktt.
El tier's Fustic Garden the Place to Cio.
All those seekin? 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 shadv booths, mpals and all sorts of
cooling beverases ure sold frnm fi o'r.lock a. m.
to 12 o'clock p. m. A number one lunch served
gtatis every morning from 10 to 12 o'clock.
TVU iN. Ed'lkr, Proprietor.
For Fine Clears
Go to PETER RITTTi?
. . . - , 11UU VUllSkOIIHI
keens for sale the best hrnmii ;
1 , ' --,. . ill VUG ill alhcL
such as Colossus, lirst Love, PartaTis, La
Gloria, the celebrated Cinderilla, &c, &c Also
a good little cigar at 5 cents can't be beat
Dr. P. II. Cardwcll
Has removed his Dental Office to West Sfde
Market Square, front rooms Metier" building,
up stairs, north of P. Kcrn'f.
F. Heart l Rro., 1.12 Gay Street.
Are now offering their stock of Summer Cloth
ing at very low price, in order to reduce their
stock. Ploaso call and sec-beforo. purchasing
If you want a good pair Home-made Roof?
and Shoe?, go to Francisco'?, 158 Gar street.
vGOeodtf , - , - v, . . ,
Blessed are they who seek relief from Liver
Complaint. Biliousness, Bad Blood. Pimples,
BlotcbeF, Eruptions, Rough Skin, Salt Rheum,
Erysipelas and Scrofulous diseases, by the use
of Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical
Discovery, for they shall be happy in knowing
that tho cure is complete. Sold by all drug
gists. Vitalize the Hair.
Why docs the hair become harsh and dry
why does it fall out why doc3 it become gray?
Simply because the life has gone out of it. Tho
fibers draw sustenance from the scalp as the
grass draws aliment from the soil, and when the
supply of nutriment is cut off in either case the
product withers and dies. At the first symptom
of decay, therefore, the unfed or half-fW roots
of tho hair should be refreshed and reinforced
with Lyon's Cathairon, the only preparation
which will nourish the filaments and keep them
in a vigorous condition after they have begun
to suffer from deficiency of their natural stim
ulent. As long as the Kathairon is faithfully
used, with a proper degree of friction, morning
and evening, so long will it be impossible for
the hair to whiten or fall out from the scalp.
Shoe Findings, French Calf Skin, Oak arid
Red Sole Leather at Francisco's, 158 Gay street.
It can not hurt you. It is purely vegetable.
Try Shnmons' Liver Regulator, if you wish
to be well. It acts like a charm without de
bilitating the system, and without any of the
evil effects ot Mercury. Simmons' Liver Reg
ulator is the safe remedy.
New White Goods at
J. A. Rayl's.
AXA'Ol'XCEMEXTS OF CANDIDATES.
Lost Creek, Ukiox County, Tfn.w,
May 8th, ISTi
Editors Cheosicle: From the solicitations of a
great many of my friends of the 4th Senatorial District
to become a candidate to represent them in the State
Senate. I now authorise yoi to announce my name as
a candidate for the same. The district is composed of
the counties of Anderson, Uraingcr. Knox and Union.
A. J. SAVAGE.
For Supreme Court Jadgre.
We are authorized to announce lion. ROBEltT Mc
FARLAND as a candidate to fill the vacancy in the
Supreme Court of the State, caused b- the resignation
of lfon.Thos. A. R. Nelson. Election first Thursday
in August, 1872.
Attorney General. -
We are authorised and requested to announce A. S
PROSSER as a candidate for Attorney General lor the
District of Knox county, at the ensuing August elec
tion. We are authorized and requested to announce the
name of WJI. L. WELCKEK a a candidate lor Attor
ney General in the 3d Judicial Circuit at the ensuing
August election" w
V e are requested to announce J. C. J. WILLIAMS
acandidato for Attorney (Jeneral of the Criminal Court
District of Knox- E cction first Thursday in August
lama candidate for the oflice of A torney General
for the District of Knox at the ensuing August elec
tion. JAMES N. RAY.
To TnK Votkes ok Kxox Coi sty :
I hereby announc myself a candidate f-r the office
of Aitorney Gcnenal lor the district of Knox, and so
licit the cordial jiopport of all the citizens of Knox
county, irrespective of party. Respectfully,
For Mir r I IT.
In compliance with almost daily solicitation!" and
inquiries by citizens of all parts of the county, I an
nounce my name oa 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.
jan28 A. S. IIUDIRURG.
To THE VoTEPSl OF IvNOX CnT'STV I .
in response to an article in tne itcfs ana iiemm
signed "Many Cit izens," together with numerous solic
nations from friends of all parties, I hereby announce
myst-lf an independent candidate for Sheriff of Knox
county. I feel that I am the people's candidate, and
if elected, ns I expect to be. will serve all, both white
and colored, wi.houi partiality. Having gone into the
rnce. I expect to fiirht it out on that line until the first
Tuesday in August, the day of election,
. m iOtde , J01IN GIBBS.
Conuly Court Clerk,
Weaie authorized and requested to announcs the
name of J. S. A. BLANG as a candidate for re-election
to t e office of County Court Clerk of Knox county, ct
the ensuing August election.
We are authorized and requested to announce the
name of T. B. McLEMORE as a candidate for County
Court Clerk, nt the ensuing August election.
To the People of Kxox Coyxty:
Two years ago you kindly elected me Tax Collector
for theeounty. For this favor you have had, and will
ever have, my profoundest gratitude. I have honestly
endeavored to discharge faithfully and impartially the
duties of the oflEee. And now to meet the expectations
of my lr ends una the approval ot my own leelinss.
am a candidate for re-election. The past is mv nletlse
for the future. Thanking you for the encouragement
already given, and most rcspccttully asking sour en
dorseroent at the ballot box I am, and for the next
two years Jiope to be, your obedient servant,
We are requested to announce the name of B. F,
BEARDEN as a candidate for Trustee for Knox coun
ty at the eoming August election.
We are authori zeii and requested to announce the
nme of D. A. SMITH as a candidate for Constable in
the First District. Election the first Thursday in Au
gust next. .... ...
To the Voters or Tng 1st Citii. District of Ksox
Having served you for the last two years in tho ca
pacity of Constable, and thinking that I have dis
charged the duties of my office faithfullv and without
learoriavor. 1 hereby announce myselt as a candi
Lite for re-election; For your kind support in the
ast, you will ever have my profoundest gratitude, and
opine that 1 have merited your approbation. I re
main your obedient servant.
J. V. aETUJSBLAXD.
IHE BATTLE HOUSE,
1 HAVE LEASED THE IIOTEL LATELY KNOWN
J as tne fctacey liouse. una will henceforth eondne
it in the most approved style.
The patronage of the public generally, and ef my old
friends particularly, who have stood by me so truly in
cordial reception and a comfortable home at the Battle
ldb imsu is respecuuny soiicueu. x Dromise tne.m a.
House. JU.fc.lj A. UATTLE.
It will be seen from the above that I have lea -sod tfc
Stacey House to General Battle. In retiring from the
tosition. wnicn i nave occupied tor several years in
this city. I desire to tender my thanks and kind wishes
to old friends, and to earnestly entreat a continuation
of their patronage to my successor, as cne who wilj
make their stay with him comfortable in every resneet
jNashviUc-. Jan 17-dtJ-ia4 . , J. E. KTACEY
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tcnn.
ORIGINAL BILL.-Xo. 2.4K3.
Hugh L. McClung, R. M. McClunsr. VT. J. Betterton
and J. fatterson composing the firm of Mc
Clungs & Bettertons vs. Patrick A. Feehan, Pat
rick Kennedy, Margaret Kennedy and Peter S-Kenne-'y.
TN THIS CAUSE. IT APPEARING FROM THE
X bill, which is sworn to. that the residence nf th. de
fendant. Peter S. Kennedy, is. unknown, so that the
ordinary process of the law cannot be served upon him:
It is ordered by the Clerk and Master that publication
be made for f ur sueces ive weeks in the Knoxviue
Chronicle, notifying said defendant to annear lmfr.
the Chancery Court, nt the court house in Knoxville,
on or before the 3d Monday of September next, and
make defense to said bill filed in this cause, or the same
will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex parte
as to him. This 3d day of July, 1S72. 1
A copy of the order. Atte-t :
jyw4t M. L. PATTERSON. C. A M. .
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tenn.
II. W. Haeknty vs. W. F. Soay. Administrator of Jo
seph Davenport, dec d. and othcrj.
IN this e so it appearing from the cross-bill that Jo
seph Dover port, dee'd. left sarvivinzbim heir f
law. some of whom are minors, whose names and
dences are unknown, but all of whom are non-resi-drnttof
the State of Tenne see, so that therdinary
fore ordered by the Clerk and Master that publication
be made for four successive weeks in the Knoxville
Chronicle, notifying all the heirs of Joseph Davenport,
deceased, (whose names are unknown.) to appear before
the Chancery Court at Knoxville on or before the 3d
Monday of September next, and make defense to said
croi-s bill or the same will be ta.en for confessed nnd
set for hearing ei parte as to them
m. 1 .a io?n ' .
Ini3 Z-Hfl aay 01 uue,
A copy of the order. Attest: ;
v. M. L. PATTERSON. C. I M.
je26w4 By W. A. GALBKAITH, D. C. & M.
TV HOLES ALE MARKET HEPOIIT
COF.BKCTXD DAIIT BT
.-; t. tt;; o-atjt, '' .
Produce and Commission Merchant,
'-Market Place, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Kxoxvillk, Texju July"9,lS72."r''
Reports of Wheat during the week embrace
ahout 10,000 bushels ; about half of this amount
was delivered on first engagements at $1.50 for
white, $1.30al.3o for amber or red. 5,000 bush
els was bought and shipped on a mill order from
Macon, Ga., at $1.40 for white, $1.30 for red,
$1.35 for amber. With the completion of these
orders the market collapsed and to-day there is
not a purchaser in the field. The result is an
unsettled market, with anxious enquiries for
the price of Wheat. It is a fact now well estab
lished in the minds of all that the yield is much
larger and the wheat heavier than was expected,
and the demand so far confined exclusively, to
Southern millers. 1 1 Trices must give .way and
may go below its actual value. We expressed
the opinion some time ago that prime Wheat
would settle at about $1.25, red and amber 10 to
15 lower. Recent developments have strength
ened that opinion.
No change in the corn market ; sales confined
to city supply at former prices. There is some
inquiry as to the opening price of oats, all of
which was harvested this week,anJ the grain
heavy, though not a full crop on account of the
dry weather in May. Westate as a profitable
price 33c from the thrseher. .
The trade is confined to local demand &i for
mer rate. . " "
Racon, 20.000 lbs. received and sold to local
No demand for hay except for local wants.
The crop is short, but good. If pro
ducers and shippers will combine ' interests in
this department and offer nothing but a prime
article, we can soon make this an important ar
ticle of export
Quotations of leading articles :
Wheat-New prime white nominal, $ 1.20a
1.25; red $1.10al.l5 per bushel. ,
Coax Is worth C0uG5c. loose.buying ; selling
price, S0a82ic sacked and delivered. r .
Oats Retail (J5a70c
Hay None of the new cropbalrd; loose from
waggons 75a80 per 100 lbs.
Dried Fruit None offering.
Flour Good supply; best famflv brands,
iii 25a4 40. per sack ; extra $4 25a4.50
Bacox Buying loose from wagons, 'Jc. for
hog round. Selling price 10c.
Lard Buying price UaUic.; selling at 10Ja
Feathers Buying prime, 50a53; duck and
mixed, 35a45c. ?
Butter Buying price 12k. to 15c. ; selling
in shipping order 15al8c.
Egos Wanted at 12al3c.; selling in shipping
order l-"alGc per dozen.
Irish Potatoes Did exhausted.
Beeswax 50a31c per pound.
Cornfield Peas Wanted for seed
50 to $2 per bushel. ,
Poultry, Vegetables and Fruits find
sale at market at remunerative prices.
Knoxville Retail Market.
Apples dried miOf.to Meal, fl bus. YK'iliiO
" green $0.57a$1.2Vfbu. Nails (SS'flOtt
Butter.- 2iX?25f B Oats, bus ..5u w tin
Beans, green,025c'r'peck " sheaf. 'tcwt $1 $1.25
Bacon, ilams.g. c., lo(glj Onicns, $l.25l .f.0bo
country,12ViU'?n Poultry Chickens, 6';a2r
" Sides.. loa.l44t " Ducks, It.
" Shouldcrs.8 ('tlO frtb Weesc. 50 0
Beeswax .KXaO ?tb " Turkcys.5Mil.00
Beef preen fi12tIb Peas dr'd.basfl.aoO 1.00
" dried, 2022jrfc rotatoes-sw't,?bl0.2.()0
C;indles,rMb. (d25 " Irish. Kl.t
Com uil,...... olKitioogal reaches dned,Tm 10
Coffee &W2;-X&to Powder. 40(35(r?n
Cheese 2oC30?lb Rice. Vth V2
Cotton arnfi,V'dos,$15&20 Sugar crushed, IS
3(Xi85?ba ' Coffee...
ol,Sc " Yellow - 15M6
15ait; " Brown, 12)fcU
, (2iJ5.(0 Soap, ?bar...
4 50 Salt. H sack Z.50
"$4.0 Syrup, 5GS1.00Vgal
SloVlb Shot, L52i'f,a
SfelOa Tea srreen 75S2.ft 5 !b
iuacKerei, wiz-e " black, 7&l.w t,ra
Feathers- 5K(iO?B Tar SOVgal
Hay tkXs 8('c?cwt Tallow. ?B.lo
Lard, f tb 15 Vinegar. gal 40 do
Molasees, t gal...50(3 60
a ... ..r V. - -
Live Mock Market.
The receipts of beef cattle during the past
week Tvero small and of ordinary quality. Tho
demand is entirely limited to city consumption,
and is therefore small. There are few cattle in
the country in shipping condition, and the
weather is too warm to ship any distance. We
do not anticipate much activity in the market
before the latter part of August We hear
considerable inquiry for good milch cows and
calves from $20 to $35 being ofiered for the
Quotations. No. 1 beef cattle, 4a4Jc ; good
fat caltie, 6&&i c; orainary .cattle, L'a'ic
There is no demand at present for hogs, and
wc are wituout quotations.
Good fat sheep are in demand for city butch
cry, at quotations.
Quotations. No. 1 fat sheep, $2.50iU.00 per
head ; good, 2.00aJ.50.
The demand for hay is good, and our farmers
would uo well to send a part ot their first cut
ting to market early.
Quotations. Old grass hav. $l.00al.'25
new grass hay, 80c.a$l.U0; new clover hay, 70a
Sheaf oats are coming in pretty freely and find
ready sale at quotations. .What we have seen
were generally very light and short.
Quotations. Good dry oats, 90a$1.00 ; in
ferior or damp, T0a75.
GOULD, BARTON & CO..
27 ALABAMA STREET,
Edward P. Gould.
John II Leadley.
Atlanta, July t, 187i
We still report dull markets in all lines of
trade, The prospect for good crops of corn and
cotton is very flattering, hence we anticipate a
livelv trade in the fall. We hear of sales of some
prime white wheat at $1.80; these are outside
prices for a first class article. Corn is dull with
heavy stock in hand. Our markets for lieht
produce are active and good stock commands
ready sale at good prices. The market is bare
of butter; prices have advanced to 22a28o for
fair trades. .ggs are dull, only strictly fresh
finding sale at quoted prices. Watermelons are
arriving by the car load, selling at 'H&'-'jOc.
e quote as follows : ....
Wheat Prime White, $1 fil 75. Inferior
grades, $1 50a 1 5-5.
Oats G8n70. ...
Corn Yellow, 88(3 90c ; prime white, 92a95ci
Flour Fine, S5 GOaG 00 : superfine.' OOfa
C 50; extra, $8 00a8 5O; family and choice, $10
(3 Ji per Darrei.
Meat, ixe uacon bnoulders Cija7: clear rili
sides 8V ; clear side?, Oa'Jic ; - hams 12alk, for
Hay dull, at $1 fiOCtl 80 for Timothy st nr.
$1.80 for Clover.
Jjard tKo-W Tor country lard.
Tallow 8a8Jc, in demand.
Butter 22 a 28 ; in demand.
Eggs 19c, declining. ; . :
Chickens Spring, 22a25; grown, 30a32.
Kags 4a4Jc baled; white, 5a0.
Sew Torfe Market.
New York, July 10. Money 3a4. Sterling
dull and steady. Gold $L:3al.l4 Govern
ments closed i advanced. New South Carohnas
i bettor. Tennessces firm, others dull.
. COTTOX MAR KIT. '
Cotton nominal. Sale?, 221 bales ; uplands,
24 ; Orleans, 25h
Future sal C3 to-day, 20,150 bales a3 follows:
July, 22. . August, 222, 2A ?.-l. September,
21, 2IJ. October, 19Z', 20. November, 19i, 19J.
December, 182, 19.
--. - - GEXKR.il. MARKET. - - ,
-Flour unchanged. Whisky more active, 92c.
WTheat la2c lor and holders anxbus; winter red
C:i CA Corn stonlv tv!tV Hm.
ited supply. . Eice OaOic, , Pork firmer, $13.4oa
T.n-rA Intcor nnd 'morn nrtivo SlaOir.
Navals steady. Freight? very firm.
Cincinnati, July 9. Flour in good demand
( aa-w - i ilnmAnrl nr A firm r-J
Pork, steady, legular, $12.a); city, $1150 bid.
' - t'ltlmore Market. -
Baltimore, July 8. Flour very dull and un
changed. Wheat active, advanced 5al0c; new
choice white, $l.G0al.G5. Corn steady Oats
dull. Bye 7075. Provisions very strong, in
good jobbing demand. Pork $13.75al4 00. Ba
con higher : shoulders, Gc; rib sides 7ic. Lard
9a9Ic. Whisky firmer, 90c. "
.St. Louis Market.
St, Louis, July 9. Flour quiet and weak,
rather more enquiry. Corn firm ; No. 2 mixed,
39a4. Whisky unchanged,, 87. Pork quiet;
small lots, $12.25al2.50. Bacon dull and lower;
shoulders, 0 ; clear rib, 8 ; clear sides, 8h Lard
dull and nominal.
Louisville, July 9. Tobacco unchanged ;
salesbO hogsheads. Flour in fair demand ; ex
tra family, $0.75. Corn sacked, G2 for prime.
Provisions active. Pork, $11.95. Bacon high
er ; shoulders, oi ; clear rib, $7.75a7.80 ; clear
rib, 8 packed. Lard unchanged ; orders filled
at iai advance. Whisky quiet and steady.
Batchelor's Hair Dye.
This superb HAIR DYE is the Best in the World
Perfectly Harmless. Reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No Ridiculous tint, or Unplej.snn
Odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid BLACK
or NATURAL BROWN. Loes not Stain the Skn.
but leaves the UAIR CLEAN. SOFT and BEAUTI
FUL. The only Sate nd PERFECT Dye. Sola by
all Druggists. Factory lti BOND ST., New York.
THIS favorite resort for health and pleasure, situate!
Ten Jlile North of Jforristown, Tenn., -
and connected with the railroad trains at that point by
a dail line of hick., is open at all time for the recep
tion of visitors.
Accommodations Largely Extended and Im
proved, So that t wo hundred persons can he made cnmfortaUe.
The effect of the water wonderful in all derange
ments of tho
ffloorl, Lirer, Stomach, Pcel and Kidney,
in Scrofulous and Mercnrinl Iipeacf, and in nervous
ness and general debility.
A ( oiiclse An.il.vtiH nt I lie n'nler.
Sulphuric Acid ir,1.27 Sulphate of Lime. ...!")..;
$U2 SulphatcofMaprne'a 3 LOT
Potash and Soda
Pbophoric Acid ,
Nitric Acid.... ,
WW Sulphate of Soda,... S 50
!. Sulphate of Potato. 1.51
Chloride of Sodium. 40.21
Chb.ride ff Iron 2i2
!i.!X) Chloride Mansanese .69
?'2J. Iodide ot Sodium trace?
.27 Phosphate of Lime 2.H
.71 Carbonate of Lime 21.V,
0.1 0 Sil.ca 2.07
.'2 Nitric Acid jxZ
272.01 Total ..27i.l
By THOM AS ANTESELL, M. D.,
Prof, of Chem siry in National Medical College. D. C.
and Chemist to the V. S. Department of Agriculture.
Temperature and volume and effects of the water
the same at all seasons of the year.
Also in the immediate vicinity of good sulphur wa
ter. Board, per month, fTi.fO; per week, 510,00; per
d.iy, f 1.50. Ten Pin Alleys. Ac., free.
For further information, pamphlets, Slc-. address
IMtOPKIETOR TATE SPRING,
Ilean Station, Tenn,
mount Couiil). East Tennessee
rFIIIS FAVORITE SUMMER RESORT WILL BE
L opened for the reception of guesta.ou the loth of
Tickets to the Sprin&s and return can he obtained
at all prominent points. Board per inoath for .M;iy
and June 4-v0; lor July. Augu-t and Scpte-nb-r.
SiO.OO ; for three months 150.W.
Address? for descriptive PamphTet. Slc.
JOS. L. KINO. Proprietor,
dAwtf Montvale Spring.
AT THE OLD POPULAR STAND,
Corner Guy ami Clinch StH.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FINE STOCK OF NEW
Goods, bought at lowest rates, and to be sold at
OF LATEST STYLES AND BEST MATERIAL.
Clothing Made to Order,
By Skilled Workmen, in the Latejt Styles.
Thankful for cast liberal patronage. T solicit & con.
tinuat'on of the same and ruarantp nt infant inn
feb21-dly p. BISSINGEU.
Knoxville Iron Co.
IllON COMPANY !
; r . . .IRON: FENCING, . ?
, : f ' RAILROAD SPIKES,
CUT NAILS, &C.
Miner' and Dealers in
COAL AND COKE.
Office and Works
Oa East Tennessee, Virginia and GeorgU Railroad
m&yl 72 tf :
Xjara, aun, nominal, sumuier, na.i.j oicaui,
8i ; kettle,83a8j). Bacon, good demand ; should
ers, 51; clear rib, 73; clear sides, 8. Whisky,
fair demand at to advanced 85.
Hair Dressing antl Urstorer.
. .Millions say
; Bl'RIVETT'S OCOAIi;.
lour Drsigrist has If.
Portable Soda Fountains,
. s 10, 6.-0, and S.100.
GOOD, DUnAULi: - AND CHEAP:
s:iijl-l Keady for I m!
J. W. CII1P2IAX-Jt (()., 3IaSison, Indians.
g-SEND FOR CIRCUT AR.-St
BELT-'S l'ATE.T SHEET IR0.
R O O V 1 N G !
Cheapest and Sost Soo5ng Hade.
Fit circulars rtferentj. '.r ..tb-r infl rmation. ai.!r.
V.'. S. BKLT, Cineicnati, O.
Fcr out.i Te work ar, 1 in-Mc, ca I i-,'n-cr Fi-'t
Carrctingi.iitc. Sct:d2i au.ps f-.r d.-'i:ii-"ai1,i
P'ea- -. C. . 1 A Y. ti.iea,
A. G. MCy. T "?. B-IWAJt
Soulhwfstcni AffricKlliiral Uorks.
EstablbheJ BRKN -"AN X Co.. sucf0 to
Muun A: Co , No.--. ;;i2 t '21 tcc t.. L'a's ii:e Vy
Manut-vturers and . h.-I'.vi 1'c.iltr- in l ireul.ir
NrtW-Jlillx atiU wM, C'-tt -n and Hay Pre -cs
Lath and hn;!c Jnc!ic.. S-tr-r Cut't-r-'ar I clra
Shellers, Eud'e Ch:u.n . 1 L?vcr llure Powe'T
Threshers - and Ctaur. 'Port:! We Sieam Kr. u'V
W heat Fen. Ko d r,p r. S;-nd f-r Clal;uue an I
Prices. Kepai.-a aad Estrai t-. ail kind? of A -.i' i; 1
Uhen the IJIood I'.nyb s with ocke. -lihe vi ..-kn-e
to- tha head, caucus hot liurhc?. vertigo acl
diinnes-i cf sight, it i? a ccitiiu tisa that a milJ. sals
brlous, cooling and e'j'iaiizin; laxative U re'i'iire.l
and Taf.bixt'3 Efervicknt Seltzer Akkrif.n
should be at onco reported to.
SOLD BY ALL LRU'ICISTS.
Binu's PilbP.kmedy fills to cure It prerared ex
pressly to cure the au iivtuiii cie. io d by all
Drogjiigto. Phec. Sl.m.
AtJK.V IS Wanted. Atrenti m.'.ke more mory n.
work fcr us than at aaj tairg cu;e. En-'ii lLt
and permanent. ParticuiitM iree. . SliN'jN i
CO.. Fine Art I'uUk-ucrs. i'ortland. 3! line.
piaxo o., . r. ritu-E,
N Age-nti". Cirju!crs free.
RARE CHANCE FOR AGENTS.
A sent, we will pavioufcl'i j"r week ia ci-h if
you will cufe-igo wuit u0 at u:' i;. Kvery rhin fum ?!i
e l. and cxpen cs ij.ll. s-in& F. A. ELLi X C'.,
G1KEAT MtlLICAl. U'3.k ct ustfal k'wlolcT
t mi. . tc:it tr'-e t k f.v .:.tt.'. Add-tsi
Ir. B Xipu;;;. tv 'u , Cinciuaatl. Ohio.
motiii:k? r jiotiikhs :
Don't ilxll io ju of urc 51 ns. WJ'S
LOWiS OOTJIIN(; SYRUP I OR
This valuable-f-rcKirnf ion h-. bc-n used wth NEV
ER FAILING SCt CE.S in Thousands of casts.
It not only re!ifvesth; chil l from pain, but invisro
rates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, wed
gives tone and energy to the whole system.' It will alio
Griping- in the L'avrcls ziul IVina Colic.
We believe if tacllEST and SUP F.3T "REMEDY IV
THE WORLD, in i'll of DYSENTERY AM
DIARRUCEA IN CHILDREN, whether r.ri.-ing Iron
teethm? orany otiier cause.
Full directions ior oib will aceorrjvnrv eaeh b o t 1 "
'rgexn,lla$rUI'le" lhc ta,'"f lDlil'; ot tL TIS X PtK-KI-,
cw York, is on the .ut.-i lc wrapper.
Sold bv all Meilicine Dealer. dec!dwl v4
' -- '- """ 1 . " 1 " I
IITY TOLMllO AND U0.1R ST0KK,
J. II. VT ALLEY,
Ex,!,i"iyc Dculcr in
Tobacco, Gicjara, Snuff
KrJtr stojic rj!;5,
SnufF and Tobacco Boxes,
In fact all Kis-U of
At the SKJN 'OF THE INDIAN.
aaTl Guv strrPt. Knzvih Ter.n.
Coal and lloocl, &.c.
KENNEDY & MORROW,
MINERS AND DEALERS IN
WHEELER'S BITUMINOUS COAL
-ALL ORDERS ATTENDED TO PROMPILY.-W
Coal au'J AVockI Uelivcrt-i iu any iart of
the city. -
Cfflce at the Store of JAMES KENNEDY".
Xo."93 (J.iy Street. K0XYILLF, 7..
rprtE UNDERSIGNED 'Is PREPARED TO CON
JL. TRACT for all k.n!. c f nii En,,-. He c--: fu
tantly on hand a good euf ; iy t-,
Itercloil Slllusr, liriaitii n:itl VnIrtsed.
wLich vril' be furniiht l r-.x. on ,U rate-. A surr'y
ot SlIIVGLKS always on Call at the oli Saii
and BUnd Factory Tir a:tr . Aw roa.
T. AM PROSE.
All kind of Dre sics dvne i,t h t: nnri e. Jb
Work of all kinda o!i itea. aplTJiT.
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