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SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1872.
CHEOSICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
The Iricest Circulation
in East Tennessee.'
of any Dally
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Situated southwest corner ol Clinch and Prince
cfrpfQ Sabbath School at !)A.M. Preaching
"Wprtnesdar at o P
iuj . i. SiTnTV. Thursday
Detains ti puuw" - -TsTnTTTTK
m. You. Subject for morning, "yoage of
ife," a subject for young converts. Subject
rniffht. "The Gate to Eternity.''. "J ou are
cordially invited to attend. ALL SE ATS ALE
FREE. J. i. ioiu.iw"
FIRST BAPTIST. Services in this Church
to-day at 10:30 a.m. and 8 p.m., conducted by
the Rev. T. C. Teasdale, D. D. The public are
cordially invited. Sabbath school at 9 A.M.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL.-Services in
the morning at lOi and in the evening at 8
o'clock, by Rev. J. Howard Smith, Rector.
t.tttttt.HAN. There will be
no service at this church to-day on account of
thn absence of the taster. Sunday School at
the usual hour.
rntTDrn nv V. PTPH ANY. Sabbath
School. 9 o'clock a.m. Services by the Rector at
10:30 A. M., and 8:00 P. M.
f'ATTTnTrr! CHURCH. First mass will oc
rtVlnrk a. m.. and second mass at
101 o'clock A, M. Sunday School at 2 P. M.
Vespers at 8 P. m.
LOGAN'S CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH.
MorhlA A lip v. Rev. Henrv Debose. pastor.
Xoruirfts nt lOi a. m. and 8 r. M. Class Meet
ing at 2 p.m.
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH. ratton
street. Rev. "ffm. Howell, pastor. Services at
10 o'clock, A. M.t 3 o'clock, p. M. and 8 p. m.
SHILOH CHURCH. Clinch street Rev.
G. W. Le Vere, pastor. Services at 8 r. m.,
by A. A. Whiteman, cf Wilberforce College,
Xenia, Ohio. Sunday school at 2 r. M.
OLD M. E. CHURCH, COLORED. There
will be preaching at this church at 10:33 A. A.
and 8 p. M. by the Pastor, Rev. Mr. Houston.
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN. There will
bo divine worship in the abovo church this
morning at 10i and at 8, p. M., by the pastor,
Rev. N. Bachman.
If you want bargains be on hand at the sale
of Stacy & Angel, on Monday, the 2Gth inst ,
at 10 o'clock. The goods are bound to besold,
let them bring what they may. :
McCalujxi fc Co, Auctioneers. '
Illness of Mr. P. tea Rogers.
"Wo regret to learn that P. Lea Rogers, Esq.,
cashier of the Knoxville Bank, is suffering from
a severe illness, but hope he will soon bo fully
recovered. ' '
Funeral Not e.
The funeral sorvices of Mrs. F. L. Boggs, will
be held at Shieldstown church this afternoon at
3 o'clock p.m. Tha friends of the family are
invited ta be present.
Having a dead sow and litter of twelve de
funct pigs under my kitchen, I am anxious to
sell them low to the Council to purify some
other part of the city. It is hard to part with
such health-promoting animals, but I am poor
and will make the sacrifice for cash.
A large party ol the city scarvengers having
for same time past taken up lodgings under my
house. I respectfully pray the City Council to
send down a party of VVm. Goats to contract the
effluvia and fleas. : A Patiext Suffkrer,
If the person who took on Saturday p. m.
about 6 o'clock, from a child's carriage near the
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sfu in t.tie rtoutneasi corner oi iue jjiuhhv
black and tan terrier pup, will return it to
Chronicle office they will be rewarded.
linoxvlllc Dtvlsiou,!Xo. a, S. of T,
The members of this Division are earnestly
reauested to attend the meeting at tneir lau on
Gay street on Friday evening next as business
of much importance will be transacted. By
order of the V. P.
P. A. Fahustrt, R. S.
A Little Money
Will go a long ways at Vestal's, who has just
opened at McAlullen'6 old stana on uay sireei,
well Kftlprtpd stock of srentlemen's clothineand
avoTTthinE' in thp. furnishin? line, from the
jinest coat to a pair of socks. His experience
in hncinAKs warrant1? bis civinff satisfaction
to his customers. His stock embraces all
grades and Bob will always be pleased to see
A new association called the Knoxville His
t.lnnin Slrviottr Vift hppn nrimnizftd in mir r.it.v.
I lJ t.1 lJ vvivvj " o
Their intPnH to rnakp. their debut on the 6tace in
Mr. Staub's Opera House, which is uow almost
completed. The opening piece win do a piay
by Sheridan Knowles, entitled William Tell.
Vrnm what knowledge we have of the members
who comnose this society we are satisfied that
Mr. Staub will be in some measure repaid for
his enterprise in giving to Knoxville her first re
spectable place of amusement.
Is be For Grant ?
Editors Chronicle : It is eenerally under
tt-nrl thnt Col. John J. Cr.iiw i.s coin? to be a
candidate to represent Knox county in the next
ipisiaLuru J.L is iuc wish ui uiaiiv vutcia kj
know tf Col. Craig intends to support Gen.
Grant for the Presidency. If you do, Colonel,
romp, out over vour own sienature and sav so.
The Republicans propose to send a Grant man
to the Legislature from this countv by a ma
jority of one thousand. Rad.
'Tlio rViprfiil horsn-flv is said to ' srailv ner
- r - it m
nVnlafa tha sninnl rolnmn of Tennessee horses
and the vocalistic mosquito hovers about their
roosts and frighten the lusty iowis, wno mistaicc
them for chicken-hawks.' " ;
And the Courier-Journal might add that, as
no physicians of " large practice" signed a pe
tition to chain the hogs of Knoxville, those
pleasant street pets roam unmolested the streets
of the city. As the city needs better health and
more scavengers under the advice of physicians
of " large practice," wo arc to add rats and
mice to tne scavenger uirtw. mo mvic olvch
rrt the Iqotipt" thp Ktrpfits and the more health
ml the city. All offal and filth must go into the
ai.rref nn1 therpfnrp ho?S. T)ifiTS. do?S. rata".
mice and vermin are needed to Keep U3 from a
The following are the particulars, as far as we
1 ii a .. ' . -it. f If-
tan learu mem, oi tne Killing oi Jur. x. xj
r J T v ' . i f r 1 t r ,1 T -
rnuucuj, or., uromcr oi Air. iv. xv.enn;ujf, oi.,
of Maryville : Mr. Kennodv and a friend had
been on a trip to Mexia. Texas, and on their re
turn had ctrmnnd of V.... . TNo
gentleman, who accomrjanied Jlr. Kpnned v took
his saddle off the horse and hung it on the
After dinner the fpntlpmon hannonixl
look ont of the window ard row thnt his
saddle wa3 gone. He remarked to his host that
some one naa stolen nis saddle. He and Mr.
K. immediately went out to look for it They
found some large footprints near the place
where tho saddle had been. Mr. K. at once
mounted his horse and started in the direction
of the footprints, while the other gentleman
went to get another saddle for his horse.
Mr. Kennedy overtook the thief before his
friend had caught up with him. It is supposed
that he attempted to arrest the thief, and in the
ecuffle was stabbed to the.heart . He wa3 dying
when his friend came up. The thief made his
escape, and up to the 17th inst had not been
captured, though every effort had been made to
The only clue that his friends have to" the
murderer is the deposition of a lad of twelve
? rears, who said that he saw a negro man, hat
ess and shoeless, running down the creek with
a pistol in one hand and a dagger in the other.
Mr. Kennedy had only been married a short
time, aud his loss will be felt by his many
friends botb here and in Texas. . ',
Atheks, August 24. 1872.
Circuit Court which met on last Monday and
adjourned on Satudry, added one to the num
ber of convicts in the Penitentiary. ; "
O. C. Andrews spoke to. the colored men at
the court house, on Tuesday night of this week;.
Notwithstanding the very short notice, there
was a full turn out A Grant and Wilson club
was organized. The club will meet regularly
once a week. Greeley stock is low among the
colored men of this place. .
Wednesday evening introduced a series of
prayer meetings at the University ChapeL The
prospects for a revival are encouraging. .
C. W. Charlton, visited our town on Thurs
dayestablished an Agency for the sale of tick-
pts to tne XiHFieru uiv i&iuu x air uuu cisc nuciu
on his errand.
Thursday evening John Kimbro, Jr., alad
about fifteen years of age was arrested, being
.1 j :u l 1: - L 4l 1 . . r-
cnargeu wiui uruaKiug into iuo ecuio uuuoo i
1. U. W nson, on or auout tne zn oi i una iatt
in the night time, and appropriating to his
own use and beneht money to me amount
of about $25.00. This daring juvenile
had his trial before Esquires Horton and Get
tys and was committed to jail to await a trial be
fore higher tribunal. ,
The large bell at the university Duuaing una
been broken, some say. from the outside, indi
cating that 6ome malicious, soulless being has
thus attempted to satisfy his fiendish propensi
ties by destroying what was at once a public
use and a public benefaction. -The indentations
on the outside of the bell lead to this opinion.
.' . A STRAW, y ,''
tells which way the wind blows." " Sinco the
editor of the Post has "joined" the Good Tem
plars he has evidently been reading his Testa
ment He says : "As the spirit of God and the
spirit of whisky can not dwell together harmo
niously in the same tabernacle, so the mingling
of the pulpit and party politics is an abomina
tion in the sight of heaven. Habbakkuck
T"V 11 tl .
1A-11. .... ... ...
never prayed as many chapters as yoa say ne
did. In the second place he did not unite the
work a3 a campaign document for the nra
District Congressional canvass. Col. Taylor
will not hurt you. Wait a little and the
will put a man in the field who will carry terror
into the Greeley camp. :. , '
i. iv.rVnuKufoiiTA TonL'5 fttirriiri well
auuvkiuii in vuuswii""" & - ,
for the Republican cause. Already we hear lead
ing rebels say: "If Key does not resign his
nC-.niiAev;n lin n-ni i hrnten." Kev very
well knows a " bird in the . hand " etc, and he
1 af ! rrn nntwithstAndinff the
Hill U "VII W .WW mw r " I . .1
many applications to serve the people m tne
capacity oi unanceiior sintc, nu vuu
the Cleveland Convention. Since that conven
tion the candidate to represent this county in
the Legislation has withdrawn. Ths .result is
candidate for State Senator from the district,m
r.ludinsrthis countv. refuses to make the race.
ah ewer iTin district Conservative men are
cnoaVinv out. The do not propose to be reoei
henchmen any longer.
Kflveml rnvmiinent . ReDublicans have been
mentioned in connection with the Congressiona
r.onvca Cni TovlnT of this nlace ha3 been re
pcatedly called upon and interviewed. Some
hnro olronHv dpp.lTfid him a candidate. He
tViia Ti at ilo T believe h& wil
A afi IT ia ft cood and
VUU3UUb hU ucwuio a vuuiw.v. n - .
true man, and his labors are as Daaiy neeaeu m
the milDit as in the political arena, aim ne np-
rrAP.int.ps this as kp.p.nlv as anv man. 1 ou need
not be surprised if Crutchfield, of Chattanooga,
13 chosen oy acclamation 10 dq our skwuhiu
bearer. Risht manfully do we xpect him to
ibi it inn tJVv mntfvr who thfi nominea may
l.o 4V, PnnnVliVani nf tViia A i?trict. will mOV6 tO
IO, IUC V - .......
1,:, r-.,nt in a cnlM pnliimn onn t.npv will be
UiaDUULfUl, All. DVilW wv."., J " .
. . ff i 1 i I. 1. V.:iVini.
jomea Dy gooa ana true men wuu uuvu muti-
East Tennessee Stereoscoped.
nlishpd artist T. M. Schleier. has
iiiet TotiirnA1 frnm nnA nf his Kkp.tchinff and ster
1 -j r i . 1 fi.- e Vnct
coscopic expeaiuons iutu tus uiuuuutuis ui
Tennessee, traversed Dy - tne Deautnui ucoo
Jr It iia nnolA;i tn sav that all the!stereo
scopic views obtained by him are of exquisite
beauty and finish. The stream referred to passes
f.hronch some maernificent scenery and has a
11 f nrror Olrt in VI milAS
This enterprise undei taken by Mr. bchleier is
of more than ordinary oenent to our section De
cause it brines the beauties of East Tennessee
Viv mpans of thflse nictures totho view of tuou
sands of people elsewhere, and thus attracts
(hum inno Wa rprnrnmnnd these stereoscooic
pictures to the public and we have no doubt
Mr.Schleier's great exertions in procuring these
views will be fully rewarded by an appreciating
public. - - ' -
The fall tension of Mrs. Mary A. Richard
son's school will commence on Monday, Sep
tember 2d. at the Eniscooal School-room on
ParcAnc wichinir fni- - fnrlfinr Tirt.5rMll rs wil
please call at the school-room between the hours
of:) and 11. A. M.. on Thursday, rnuay ana
fintiird.iv nrevious to the ODenin? of the ses
gion. , - viii25-dtf.
Yesterday morning the train on the East Ten
nessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad ran into
a wagon drawn by two steers at Ooltewah, kil
ling tha oxen and making kindling wood of the
ncnn. A man and a bov were in the wazon
and were thrown out when the collison took.
place, but were not hurt
A gentleman desires to obtain board for him-
sen, wiie anu cuiiu, iu a uriyuLo inuiuj, nnum
. . , .. r. . 1 m T 1 T - A .1
iu minutes wane or ine:iijamar xiouse. au1
dress P. O. Box 300, or call at Xo. 4G Gay street
viii25d2 ... .
Ixok Ont, Helmet.
We have had some . intimation that Helmet
will have a comoetitor worthv of his bish char
acter at the approaching Fair. Let him look to
Will Our Major Speak ?
Our readers have not failed to note that our
worthy Mayor never failed to. leave his chair and
address the Council on questions before, in.
which he takes an interest The question now
exciting comment is, How does he stand on the
hog question ? Would it not be well enough
to drive the hogs from the street and take some
of the spare hands nowworking on out-of-the-way
streets to clean the city and save us from
the pestilence that some men seem to think will
surely come if our streets are not giyen over to
Mr. Hog ? We understand he thinks it an "im
position" that the pres3 .should talk so much
about hog3. If he saw as much of the annoy
ance of those creatures on Market Square as we
do, he would pay more heed to the wishes of
four hundred respectable citizens ! . Swell the
list against Mr. Hog to a thousand and let the
Council see who has the most votes, Mr. Hog
or Mr. Citizen, . i : , ;
I am anxious to get information of the where
abouts of John, Jacob and Ephraim .McLaugh
lin, if living, or of the heirs of such of them as
may be dead. Before the war John AfcLaugh
lin lived near Panther Springs, above Knox
ville, Tennessee. In connection with myself
they have an interest in a landed estate in Tex
as, which requires attention. - Addross
' Bryan, Brazos county, Texas.
' Since the rustic arbors erected by Mr. Eiffer
in rear of his Restaurant have been covered
by beautiful, climbing plants, and. since the
foaming Milwauke Lager is gladdening every
body's heart it is a pleasure to sit down in them
and enjoy a real cool and delightful retreat
from the dusty and eyer-heated streets of the
Mr. Eifler, by his great industry and untiring
energy, has succeeded in building up a solid
and sound business reputation, and we can
cheerfully recommend his establishment to the
community at large. . . . . viii22tf
Boots and Shoes . repaired in good style at
Francisco's. . . . v30eodtf
.. . r. .jce ftt xwo Cents a Pound. -
I am now prepared to furnish the public with
Ice" , j ' : B. W. Reeder,
t vil5tf Corner Gay and Clinch Streets.
Dr. P. H.! Cnrdweir
Dental Office, West Side Market Square, front
rooms Metler's building, up stairs, north of P.
Tf vnn want s rrnii noir" Home-made Boots
'ami Shoes, go to Francisco's, 158 Gay street
Shoe Findings, French Calf Skin, Oak and
Red Sole Leather at Francisco's, 168 Gay Etreet
AVar authorized to announce lion. A. E. OAR-
UFTT nf Smith rniin tv. as a. candidate for re-election
to represent the Second Congressional D't of Ten
nessee, in ttoe iorty-iniru uragrcss lUD. v",o-:
States. Election on nrst inuisuay m wwyhuki,
Lost Crxkk, Ukion Cocstt, Tenx
May 8th. 1872.
KniTous Chrosictk: From the solicitations of a
m-BRt m&nvof my friends of the 4th Senatorial District
to become a candidate to represent them in tne btate
Senate. I now authorise yon to announce my uumo
a candidate for the same. The district is composed of
the counties ol Anaerson. urainger. nui nu "
Representative. , ."
w n.:j .nnn fVl IT. T. TlTfK 5 a
candidate to represent Jeffersbn countyin the lower
branch of the next General Assembly of Tennessee.
We are authorized and requested to announce the
name of Hon. ISAAC C. DYER as a candidate to rep
resent the counties of Union, Campbell and Scott in
the General Assembly, at tne ensuing ioTeiuuer ela
WHOLESALE MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BT
J. W. GAJJT,
Prodacc and Commission Merchant,
Knoxville, Tenn.. Aug. 11, 1872.
The activity in "Wheat noticed in our last re
rtort continues with buyers at full prices for all
eood "Wheat offered. Inferior and trashy
"Wheat sells slowly at prices far below quota
tions, t.nd never gives satifaction. lhe contin
ued drv weather in upper East Tennessee, caus-
nc mnrfhfnsinn for the Corn crop, and has a
tendency to stiffen prices of Avheat, but it will
j Mrx w "
be found that this is local only and will not af
fect materially the ecaeral market. .The stock
of Corn is exhausted with a fair local and a
small shiDDine demand. Some Corn, held in
the hands of farmers, can now be disposed-of at
G0aG5 loose. Oats continue to come in freely
and are readily taken at Sm-jOc per bushel
Flour is offered by some of our country millers
nt $3 0i3 75 cer sack, in car load lots. When
prices have receded a little from this, we expec
an active shipping demand to the cotton States
All Bacon offered finds ready Eale at full prices.
Hams are much sought after when free from
Kkinruvr. A limited ouantitv of Kve is wanted
at fair pricc3.
: Bacon and Lard arc in good demand for loca
use, at fair prices.
Quotations of leading articles :
AVhh4t New m-ime white wanted. $1.20u
1.25 : red. $1.10al.l5 per bushel.
Corn Is worth G0a63c. loose,buying ; selling
price, S0a82ic sacked and delivered.
1itu VmiMTif yjinfifk'
Hy None of the new crop baled; looso from
iK.ibvnns T'ioWI rfiT 100 lbs.
Dried Fruit 25a3c tot apples.
lir irrnrsoiirtu. In flemnnri at.rtn(jl.
Flour Good supply; best family brand?,
$3.75, per sack : extra, $1.00
; Bacon Buying loose from wagons, 10c. for
hog round. Selling price 11c.
Lard Buying price 10c; selling at llc.
Feathers Buying, prime, 50a55; duck and
mixed 35a45c. ' -
Butter Buying price 10c. to 18c. ; selling
in shipping order 2Ua22c.
Eggs Nominal, 5a0.
Beeswax 50a31c per pound.
Knoxville lietail Marfcct.
Apples-dried. 8(?10?.n Meal,
...nan 95a Rfl cISlKn Koilij.
Butter 2025fi Oata, bug- 35 40
nos. Tenra20cDeek " sheaf. cwt 6( t.ib
Bacon, ilams. c. 1820 Onicns, ll.00125?.bn
country, 1415cHtb Poultry Chickens, loa20
" Sides 1012Vtt Ducks, 16 20
" Shoulders,8 10 Vlb ' Geeae. rJgp
Beeswax .....J3040 " Turkeyg.501.00
B"freen Z612n Peas-dr'd.Vbul!)
" dried, 20251?.ai Potatoes-evrt.b2.0(Ktfi20
Candles, fa. 25 ' Irish.
Coal Oil, 6060?(ral Peaches-dried.ft tj 10
Coffee...! 27)a Powder. i9
Cheese 2025lb Rice, J2
Cotton Yain,?do,tl5-0 Sugar crushed, V 18
Cora, .J..7075bu f fYl
Cabbage. 515o Yellow 1516
Eggtao.. 1215 " -Brown, 1112
Flour Family- 4.00(54.25 Soan, ?bar 510
" Kxtra, J3.754 00 Salt. Back 2.50
" Superfine 83.50 Syrup. 50J1.00?gal
Fih fresh. 8lrtl Shot- 15'ilW
" Cod, 810n Tea-green,li01.75H
Mackerel, m2 " black, 501.50?.ft
Feathers 5060?n Tar. 'l
Hay 60(t75ccwt Tallow, B 10
Lard, 12X 15 Vinegar. ? gal 40 50
Molasses, gal...50 ,60 - .
New York Market.
New York, Aug. 21. Money firmer with an
advance in rates of interest ; call loans were
done at 4a5, but towards the close there was an
advance to 7. Commercial paper, which sold
at GJa7 per cent a few weeks since is now quot
ed at 7ia9. Exchange 82. Gold $1.133al.l3g.
Bonds, 81's, 17; 02' s, 151; C4's, 151; Go's, 151;
new, Hi ; : 10-40s, 1 12J. : States steady, dull.
Tennessees, 733 ; new, 732. Virginias, 45 ; new,
50; Consols, C0J, deferred at 15. Louisianas,
45 ; new, 45 ; Levee Cs, GO ; 8s, 70. Alabama 8s,
82 ; 5s, 70. Georgia Gs, 70 ; 7s, 87. North Car
olinas, 331 ; new, 20 ; Special Tax, 13. South
Carolinas, 50; new, 27; April and October, 25.
Cotton firm ; sales 3,255 at 22 for midding
uplands ; Orleans southern, 221.
Sales of futures to-day 5,100 bales as follows :
August,' 201,2011-16, September, 20 5-16, 20
7-16, October, 19 7-li's l'Jl, November, 182,
18 15-16i December, 18g, January, 183.
GEXEBAL It ASK IT.
TVhMt 1r-2 bel
1.53. Corn, steamer mixed GOc. Pork $11
14.23. Lard unchanged.
Cincinnati, Aug. 22. Pork light demand ;
city 14c. Lard firm ; kettle 83. Bacon ; shoul
ders 72, clear sides 11. "Whisky, steady 89.
Louisville, Aug. 21. Corn choice, shelled
and sacked, white, 58; mixed 56. Provisions
active, and firm. Shoulders 8c ; clear sides, lie;
Baltimore, Aug. 12. Flour firm, and in
good demand. Wheat firmer. Corn firm; white
72; yellow 62aG5. Oats, active and higher; South
ern 43;i45. Rye firm. 70a75. Provisions very
strong, mess 141. Active jubbing trade for
beans; prices unchanged. Lard 82a9. AVhisky
St. Ionis Market.
St. Louis, Aug. 19. Flour quiet,' weak,
and unchanged. Corn dull and drooping; No.
2 mixed sold at 361. "Whisky steady, 91. Pork
hjgher, $1175. Bacon firm ; shoulders 72, clear
rib sides 10J, clear rides 102. Lard unchanged.
and unchanged. "Whisky 92 J.
tier : winter red Western. i5l.4'Ja
live Stock Market.
The receipts of beef cattle during the past
week show a considerable increase. There is
also a noticeable increase in the demand for city
butchery, though the prices eontinue low. An
advance is scarcely looked for for some time
Quotations. Al fat cattle, ?aZic; good beef
cattle, 2Ja3c; ordinary cattle, 2a2Jc
There is no demand at present for hogs, and
we are without quotations.
Good fat sheep are in demand for city butch-
ery, at quotations.
Quotations. No. 1 fat sheep, 5iouao.w per
head ; good, $2.00a2.50.
Hay is in tolerable demand at from 05 to 73
Demand fair at ,
Quotations. TOaTuc per cwt, or 20n2oc per
GOULD, BARTON & CO..
27 ALABAMA STREET,
Edward T. Gould.
John 11 Leadley.
Atlanta. Aug. 17, 1872.
Our Market is working steadily better for all
linf of s-oods. Our croD pro?pectt arc very
flatterincr to the producer. Nothing but good
reports of an abundant crop of both cotton ana
corn. Light produce is in demand late un
w . . . . . .1
favorable weather detcrinff many from coming
to market. The feature of the week is the ad
vancing tendency of meats ; we quote a further
advance of J cent.
Corn 82a90 for prim white.
vkn. fti A' i ri frr TirimB IVnnesscc.
Flour $6 00a$9 50 for extra ; i8 OOaO 00 for
family; 1000; 11 00 tor lancy Dranas.
Meat Shoulders, 8a9; clear; sides, llallic ;
hams lualbc. . .
Butter In good request, 25 a 27c. for fresh ;
Chickens 25a27. for spring ; 30a3 for large
Eggs are active at 20a 21c.
No stock ofeggs, butter or chickens in mar
kct. Let us have them now, if ever.
Ratchelor's Ilalr Dye.
This superb HAIR DYE is the Best in the World-
difarrofntment. No Ridiculous tinte or Unpleasan
O-lof. The genuine W. A: BATCUELOR'b HAIR
or NATURAL BROWN. Does not bUm the fckin.
i .i .1 - tt tn rT kt ZCW ntirt K K A IJ 1 1
vitt. tk T.ffs!-if tk1 PERFECT Dye. Sold by
all Druggists. Factory It) BOND ST.. New York
HAPPY RELIEF forYoune Men from the effects
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1872. . . -',.:
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"DY VIEIUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED FROM
B the cTTcnit Court of Knox Lnty;ST w'mL
ftivor of D. K. Youn vs Jos. A. Mabry and W Ma
bry and to me directed, I will, on the 6th i day of Sep
tember. 1872. in front of the eourt "AiLf
KnoxvMe, sell for cash in hand to the hurhest bidfter.
all the right title, claim, interest and demand that Geo.
W, Mabry has in and to a certain tract or vvetlol
land situated and lying in the 10th civil district of Knox
county, adjoining the landalof Archie Walker, famith
and others, being the farm whereon G. W Mabry now
lives, containing nine hundred acres moreor less.
aug28dlw3t V. P. GOiSETT, Sheriff.
By virtue of the several writs of fieri facias
issued to me, a3 herinafter mentioned, which
have been duly levied upon the property herin
after described, I will sell at public out-cry to
the highest bidder, for cash in front of the court :
house in Knoxville, Tennessee, on September
6th 1872, (the sale to continue on the 7th day of
September, 1872, if the sale is not completed on
tOObtDI in IOUUWlUg ucowiuvu voi owm;, j
One tract or parcel of land, estimated to con
tain about two hundred acres, more or less, sit
uated in Knox county, Tennessee, east of the
city of Knoxville, on both sides of the old road,
also of the turnpike road, leading froni Knox
ville towards Kutieage, Dem mo uiu nustuu
place, on which is the brick house and cold
Spring. :...J : tha lnrn
Une lot or parcel oi ianu, wwnwuiu
of Knoxville, in what is known as North Knox
ville, in the county of Knox and State of Ten
nessee, being the same that was assigned to Jos.
A. Mabry Dy a decree oi me cuauterj ""i1
of Knox county, for partition, in the case of J.
T. Webb, et al. vs. Hardee and V ebb et al.,
and revived in the name of Thomas L. Cham
pion, administrator in the nam or complainant
Webb; bounded as follows, beginning at the
point where the western line cf the land pur
chased as aforesaid, crossing the East Tennessee,
TT' . .. 1 g- T - . 1 A .n .11 nnl n ,
Virginia ana ueorgia j.kiirvu, nu. iunu.w&
thence, with the said western line, to the north
western corner of said tract, thence withthe
northern line of said tract, a distance of 34-3J
feet; thence in a straight line, parallel to saia
western line, to the East Tennessee and Vir
ginia l'ailroad, thence with said line to the be-
Snmng ; s uugrau ui yvuivu hui uc iuuuu m
ook O. of the Kecords of the Chancery Court
of Knox county, page S71.
One lot in East Knoxville. beinjr Jjot a, -o.
10, in Block 5, fronting one hundred and ten feet
on Jast xiui street ana one nunarea anu iurijr-
five feet on Prichard street.
One lot in East Knoxville, forty-five by one
ad) frrf Vni n rr o norf rF T iCtt. To.
44, in Block 20, in Nelson, Mabry & Swan's
Addition to Knoxville.
Lot No. 77, and being Let A, in Mabry &
Swan's Addition to Knoxville, fronting Mabry
street in Block 29.
A certain lot or parcel of land, situated in
East Knoxville, and bounded as follows : One
hundred and fiftv feet on Mabry street, and
about two hundred feet on New street, being
Lot No. 08. and that Dart of Lot No. 07. not
sold iiftv feet bv one hundred feet on Lot. 07
being sold. No. 08 fronting one hundred and
forty-four feet on Lynch street.
A lot of land situated in the town of Knox
ville. Tennessee, bounded as follows : Lot No.
30 in Block 8. fronting about one hundred" feet
on East Clinch street, and about one hundred
and fortv-five feet on Owen street.
Three lots inEastKnoxville, in Swan, Mabry
& kelson s Addition to Knoxville. as lollows
Lots No. , 33 and 30 on the south side of East
Clinch street, and bounded on the west by Uw
en street, on the east by Meo strect,on the south
by liutledge pike and lot3 of Smith's heirs.
Is o. 34 and 35. said lots one hundred and ten
feet, formerly one hundred and forty-flve feet.
Also Lot No. 31, on the south sido of East Hill
street, and bounded on the east by Owen street,
being one hundred nine and one-half feet, by
one hundred and forty-six feet Also two lots,
formerly on "Water street now Crozier street, in
Knoxville, JNos. & and b. JNo. & fronts on lorm
erly Water street now Crozier street, sixty-two
and three-fourths feet, runniner back ono hua
dred and ninety-three and one-half feet on the
northern line, and one hundred and sixtv-five
feet on the southern line, the back line being
sixty-eight feet JNo. b fronting hfty feet on
formerly Water street now Crozier street run
ning back ono hundred and sixty-five feet on
the northern line, and one hundred and forty-
three feet on the southern line, the back line
being thirty-five feet long; for more full de
scription, reference is made to the deed made
by b. A. Deaderick, C. & M., dated May 7th,
1808, and Registered in Book E. Vol. 3rd, Tage
540, in the Register's Office of Knox county.
The following lots situated in East Knox
ville, in Swan, Mabry & Nelson's Addition, to
Knoxville, numbered and bounded as follows :
No. 21 and 24 on the south side of East Clinch
street, and located between Lynch and Pritch
ard strcets.bounded on the south by lots Nos. 22
and 23 ; also lots Nos. 15 and 18 on the north
sido of Pine street, and on the corner of Lee and
Pine streets, being northeast and northwest lots ;
said four lots are one hundred and ten feet, by
one hundred and forty-five to one hundred and
fifty feet deep. Also, lot A, No. 28 in Block 7,
situated in the city of Knoxville, Tennessee,
bounded by East Clinch and Lethgo streets,
fronting about ono hundred and ten feet on East
Clinch street, and one hundred and forty-five
feet on Lethgo street, and being in Nelson,
Swan & Mabry's Addition to Knoxville, also lot
A, Block 8 and No, 20, fronting about 110 feet on
East Clinch street, and about 145 feet on Lethgo
street, and being in Nelson, Swan & Mabry's
Addition to Knoxville.
Three lots of land situated in East Knoxville,
in the county of Knox and State of Tennessee,
as follows: Lot No. 62, on the northwest corner
of East Hill and Lynch streets, running from
East Hill street to New street, fronting about
one hundred and fifteen feet on East Hill street,
and one hnndred feet on New etreet, bounded
on the north by lots Nos. 01 and 04. Also lot
No. 05, on the northeast corner of East Hill and
Lynch streets, and running from East Hill
street to New street, and bounded on the east
by lot No. 0G. Also, lot No. 31. on the west
side of Owen street, and bounded on the north
by lot No. 32, on the southwest by John Meek's
lot, and by Main or Pike street ; said lots are in
Swan, Mabry & Nelson's Addition to Knox
ville. Lot No. 38, in Block 10, and fronting on Swan
and Eleventh streets, being lot C, in Swan, Ma
bry & Nelon's Addition to Knoxyille.
A lot, fronting sixty feet on Pine street, and
one hundred feet on Pritchard street, being a
part of lot A No. 22, in Block 0, in Nelson,
Swan & Mabry's Addition to Knoxville.
A certain lot of land, in the county of Knox
and State of Tennessee, bounded as follows : on
the south by an alley or lane, on the west by
Bell's lines, on the north by N. Lusk's line, on
the cast by Bently's lines, containing one-fourth
of an acre more or less.
A certain lot of land, situated in the city of
Knoxville, Tennessee, bounded as follows:
fronting twenty-five feet on Pine street, and
running back one hundred feet, being part of
lot No. 22, in Nelson, Swan & Mabry's Addi
tian to Knoxville.
A certain tract or parcel of lond, situated in
the second civil district of Knox county, Ten
nessee, bounded as follows: beginning at a
black oak.formerly corner of Wm MCcammon's,
now C W Hall's corner, thence north 48 W40
poles to a white oak, thence south 60 west 02
poles to a Spanish oak, thence north 53 W 80
poles to a post oak, thence north 12 west 200
poles to a post oak, south 50 west 89 poles to a
stake, near a marked post oak, thence south 23
poles, thence east 200 pole3 to a stake in the
field, thence south 45 east 104 poles to a stake,
thence south 52 west 52 poles to a white oak,
thence south 13 east up the branch 10 poles to a
stone near a double post oak, thence north 55
east 114 poles to the beginning, containing one
hundred and twenty-five acres, more or Ies3
being the same tract of land conveyed by Rich;
ard Pry or to Joseph A Mabry, on the 18th day
of September, 1803, and registered in Book B,
Vol. 3 page 400, in the Register's offlcejof Knox
A certain tract or parcel of land, situated in
Knox county, about two mile north of Knox
ville, bounded as follows : beginning at a stake
in the center of a spring at some rocks, and in
the gap of . a ridge corner with former
ly Thomas Rodgers's land, thence south
4 east 73 poles to a pin and double
white oak and the Lount farm,
thence with the same north 30 east 83 poles to a
black oak sappling on Wm Swan's line, thence
north 48 west 35 poles to a post oak corner with
John Thompson's line, thence with his line
north 59 west 198 poles to a stake with sapplings
marked as pointers, on formerly Thomas Rodg
ers' line, thence south 50 west 55 poles to a rock
set in the ground in a field, thence south 40 east
77 poles, crossing the center of a sink in a fieM
to a post oak, thence south 59 east 90 poles t
the beginning, containing one hundred acr
more or less, being the same tract f land soM
on the 9th day ofllarch, 1867, by a decree r
tneJChancery Court of Knox couuty, and L
A Mabry became the purchaser; sale confirm!
ed at the April term of the Chancery Cor S
A certain tract or parcel of land, in tha
ty of Knox, Second Civil District, bounded
follows : beginning at a small post oak pL
with S. Howell's line, thence with Howell'- rer
north 72 deg. and30min. west 52 poles, Sot 9
the spring branch to a double black oak tWs
north 22 deg. and 30 min. east 41 poles
small walnut, thence north 20 west 34 poles t-
email Tnct nnt thpnro Tirri Jv -r . lu S
stake, thence north 4 east 94 poles to a
thence south 50 east 91 poles to a stake and t;
ters, thence with the line of Mrs. Moran.n;
iloweiitotne Degmning, containing one hnn
dred acres more or les3 ; being the sam
coiiTejeu 10 uvsejju n. xtnuiy oy Anna Ch
eyed to Joseph A. Mltbry by Anna Ch
nuues, aim registered iu ajwk Xi. ol. 3 l
530, in the Register's Office, Knox
.tv teiwuii uatun uuu, suuaiua in me Counf
of Knox and State of Tennessee, bounded
follows : beginning at a stake 1 pole east of th
head of a spring:, in the gap of a ridge and rnV
uer iuu mo i m. owan iarin, mence outh m
west 40 poles to a pine and black oak sanr.1
thence south 21 west 28 poles to a pon Zl
thence north 59 west 198 poles to a hirW
bush, thence north 50 east 36 poles to a M.7
oak, thence north 54 east 104 poles to a hickntl
east 00 po
poles to a walnut stump, thence south 47 east v
poles to the beginning, containg two hundr
acn-es more or less oeing tno same tract con vsv
ed to Joseph A Mabry, on the 4th dav of kll'
tember, 1802, by John P Thompson, and '
tercd in Book A, Vol. 3. page 582. esi3'
The following lots in Nelson, Swan & jr.W
addition to Knoxville, to-wit: io
30. 30, 54, 00 61. 62, C4, 09, 79, 83, idjlhTin?
being sixteen Lots; also Lot 4 in Kpt'J'
addition to Knoxville, and fifty-six lots in M
bry's Flint Hill addition to Knoxville fromo
1 to 56 inclusive. '
The following lots in Nelson, Swan & Ma
bry's addition to Knoxville, to-wit ;
1st Range South, Nos. 30, 31, luT lio i -ISO,
181, 134, 135, 133, 132, 120, 128, ifa, l(w n'
112, 113, 114, 123, 124, 125, 120, H, 22, 20, '
119 120 121 122. '
2d Range South, 43, 54, 03, CI, 1-35, Lis va
1J, HI, 11, l-Jl, liXJ, 1-J-t, W.
2d Range iSortb, o7, 89, 91 140, 151, l.? :,
151, 155, 15G, 157. 1-38, 130, 147, lis, m & Vjj
100, 101, 102, 61, 00. 88. ' '
20 i acres of land lying in the 2d Civil District
of Knox county, and described March 1, ISO
us beginning on a Spanish oak, running thenc
north 48 deg. and 15 min. east 187 pole.-, thence
westl pole to a post oak stump, thence south 5:
deg. west 109 poles, thence south 19 c;ut
Eoles to a stump, thence to the beginning
ping a part of the original Flint llifi
tract and being all of said tract lying North of
James Bell's, now Thos E Champion's proper
ty, belonging to S A White's estate, and being
the samejand conveyed to Joseph A Mabry by
John Williams and J J Craig, executors of
Sam A White, March 1, 1802, by deed regTittr
ed in Lhe Register's Office of Knox eeunty, ia
Book A. Vol. 3d, page 401.
10acre3of land lying in the 2d civil cUrietof
Knox county and bounded and described iu
follows, to wit: Beginning at a stake on the
Fair Grounds fence, running thence S 02 E l'J
poles with said fence, thence S 47 E 14 pole,
with said lence, thence S 40 E 8 poles w ith sail
fence, thence S 25 E 21 poles with bail
fence, thence N 90 E 18 poles to a stake corner
to Mabry and Howell, near the branch,
thence North 23 East with Mabry's
line 41 poles to a stake, Mabry's corner, thence
north 85 west 41 poles with 3Iabry's line, to a
stake, thence north 47 west 10 poles to a stake,
thence to the beginning, being the same tract
conveyed to Joseph A Mabry, April 23, 1802,
by James Atkins, by deed registered in the
Register's Office of Knox county, in Book E.
Vol. 3d, pago 245.
Lots Nos. 4. 5 and 6, as designated upon tha
map of the Kennedy property on file in the
Chancery Court of Knox county, in the case of
F. W. Vanuxcm and wife vs. James Kennedy
et als., and the same lots conveyed to Jos. A.
Mabry by D. A. Deaderick, C. & M., May Tib,
1808, by deed registered in the Register's Office
of Knox county, in Book E. Vol. 8, page 540.
The foregoing real estate levied upon as tha
property ot Joseph A. Mabry.
About 981 acres of land lying in the 10th civil
district of Knox county, being the same tract
on which George W Mabry now lives, and tin
same conveyed to said Gcorgo W Mabry and
Joseph A JIabry by Jno F Pate, guardian, &c,
by deed registered in the Register's office of
Knox county, in Book Y, Volume 2, page 243,
and dated May 8; 1858. Said land adjoin3 the
lands of Archie Walker, Smith and'others,
and levied on as the property of Geo. W Ma
bry. The writs of Fieri Facias under which said
property will bo sold are as follows :
One issued from Chancery Court of Knox co,
in the case of L M Fatio vs P Fatio ct als, and
the following from the Supreme Court of Errors
and Appeals of the State of Tennerseo, to-wit:
No. 2,207, in the caso of Brownlow & Rosi tj
Lyon & Ramsey, trustees, &c, etals.
rTo. 2,200, in same case as next above.
No. 2,065, in case of Odeli & Mabry vs Wil
kins & Freels, administrators.
No. 2,006, in same case as ne't above.
N. 1,943, in case of Joseph A Mabry and wife
vs Chuschwell & Armstrorg.
No. 1,944, in same case as next above.
No. 1,805, in case of Mabry & Rule s Tem
No. 1,804, in some case a3 next above.
No. 1,814, in case of Jno A Williams vs J A
Mabry et als.
No. 1,815, in cse of Jno A Williams vs J A
Mabry et als.
No. 2,270, in case of Jno E Helms ct als vs 0
Mvnatt, adm'r, et als.
No. 2,209, in case of Jno E Helms ct all vs G
Mynatt, adm'r, et als.
No. 2,014, in case of J A & G W Mabry v C
No. 2,015, in cae of J A & G W Mubry v. I
No. 2,010, in case of J A & G W Mabry v- C
No. 1,705, in caso of J A Mabry vs TS Webb,
No. 1,703, in case of J A Mabry vs TS Well,
No. 1,731, in case of J A Matry vs Geo .Mar
graves. No. 1,7:30, in cae of J A Mabry vs Geo Mar
No. 1,737, in case of J
No. 1,738, in case of J
A Mabry vs Jam-3
A Mabry vs Ja"
No. 1,827, in case of J A Mabry vs GVvau,
No. 1,919, in case of J A ilabry vs 31
Rogers, adm'r, Scc.
V. F. GOSSETT, SheriA
Knoxyille Iron Co.
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On East Tennessee. Virgin! and Georgi JUi11
West cf lept.
1st iJange iNorth, 23, 31, 110, 109, 114 111 ir
112, 183, 184, 105, 109, 118, 117, 11115.' I-'t's
1-29, 130, 135, 130, 137, 138, 22, 19, 28, 27, 33 :V
40, 100, 123, 124, 125, 120. ' ' ' '