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THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
THURSDAY MORNING. KOV. 11.
CHSOHICLE OFFICE-19 MARKET PLACE.
The Urrt CIrcniaiion
In Eitnt Tennessee.
of any lnllj
Freak Graham Flour at Lee & ITowarter's.
Insure in tho American Central of t. Louis,
Julius Ocbs, Agent.
We understand it is the intention of this So
ciety lo give but two concerts during the win
All Odd Fellows in the city are mi nested lo
be present at Odd Fellows' ball this (Thursday)
evening. An lniercMin uurws nm w ucu.
cred. By order of N. Ct.
D. S. Do??ett. of the M. K. Church,
South.will preach at Church street Church, Sun-
ilv. 17th. at KfcoU a. m.. anu at irou sirre.
Church, 7 p. m.
is th American Central of
St. Louis, Julius Ochs, Agent
Xotlee to All TThom It Miy i'encerii.
At a rniriilar communication of Meridian
A Acceded R. Y. Masons,
the 12th of November,
1872, Rev. Win. Howell was expelled for un
masonic conduct. Attest:
M. J. R. Gextrv, becy.
Make ycur property safe by insuring in
American Central, Julius Ochs, Agent.
All Odd Fellows in trood standing in the city,
are respectfully requested to be present at their
dress3 wiil be made for the "Good of the Or
der.' J. Nelsox, N. G-
Alex Allisox, Recording Secretary.
Two Scoundrel at L.nrce.
lrarn that two men. a white man an a ne
gro, committed an outrage on a little girl,
daughter of Mr. Ilaun, who lives on Bent Creek.
Tnfl vil wretches wero still at laree at last ac
counts. The father of tho trirl ha3 offered a large
reward fur their apprehension. Morrisiotc?i
Yesterday evening at 7 o'clock at the M
Church, by Rev. J. B. Ford, Mr. 1. L. F
and Miss M. E. Gibbs. all of this city.
The newlv married couple repaired lo the
residence of the bride's parents, and there,
amonsr a number of friendf?. enjoyed a bounti
ful repast. Mav their joys only ceaso with
Died of Ills Wonnd.
A luan by the name of "Waddle, a noted
character in this vicinity, died a few days since,
nt his residence on the south side of the river,
from the efl'ects of a gun shot wound in his
shoulder. The wound was given, as he said, by
his wife, while accmently handling liia pistol.
But parties seeminelv acquainted with the facts,
ray he is the man who was fired upon after
night some two weeks ago, by Thos. L. Dorsey,
while hanging suspiciously aoout tho residence
of Wm. .K. Brown, on Main st. This is prob
ablv true, from all we can learn. Sentinel and
jii Tor Sale.
Several building lots most desirably located
on Broad street are for sale at very low rates
For particulars inquire of L. A. Gratz.
If you want tho finest toned Organ in the
most handsome case on rood terms, call at
Hunt's Gallery and examine a fine parlor in
strument and get particulars, or address
Vm. F. CcMMDiS, General Agent,
nlld3tw2t Louisville, Temi.
Agent For Fire Insurance.
"NVe represent a large number of favorite and
trustworthy companies, among which are the
old Etxa, f Hartford; Fraxklix, of
Philadelphia; Equitable and State, of
Nashville; the old. and successful Georgia
Home ; the North British axd Mercan
tile, of London and New York, established
A. D. 1809 and now having thirteen million
dollars available assets, and several other good
companies, having in all over $25,000,000
available assets. "Ve are now prepared to
write to any amount in insurable property.
Our companies are from various localities so
that no repetition of tho Chicago and Boston
fires can affect them and, and we will give the
lowest rates consistent with safety and perfect
guaranty against loss.
Seymour & Humes,
Greenevllle Court Items.
From the Greenevillc Scniincl and Reporter
we clip the following court items, w hich may
be of interest :
John Ling, arrested two weeks since ns the
head of the gang of burglars lately working in
this vicinty, was arraigned before the court on
Saturday, under an indictment for "larceny"
and "receiving stolen goods. After a fair trial he
was acquitted and discharged. The proof was
not of such charater as to fix either of the crimes
Geo. Smith, of African ancestry, deparlelh
for the penitentiary atan early day. Grand lar
ceny. Only three years ! Good !
Miss Margaret D. Masoner, at the recent term
of tho Circuit Court, sued James Love for dam
ages. Cause, "that old, old tale." Love, de
ception, shame! The thought that $5,000
would be some slight compensation for her de
basement. James confessed the matter and the
jury adjusted it by finding for the plaintiff to
the tune of $2,000 ! Motion for new trial bill
of exceptions made up consideration cf motion
reserved until next term.
Hon. G, W. Blackburn, late Comptroller of
the Treasury in this State, addresses the follow
ing to members elect to the next Legislature:
Columbia, Texx., Nov.11, 1872.
Entertaining a desire to serve the people of
the State one more term in tho Comptroller's
office, as Comptroller of the Treasury, nnd hav
ing resolved therefore, to present myself to the
General Assembly that meets at the Capitol in
January next, as a candidate for that very re
sponsible office, and being unablo otherwise to
communicate with you now, I beg leave, very
respectfully, to call your attention to my can
didacy, by sending you this card, assuring you
that you may remember me as an aspirant who
will, if elected, dedicato all his powers to a
faithful performance of every duty belonging
to that branch of tho Executive Depart
ment. Hoping that I may have the pleasure of maks
ing your acquaintance at the Capitol of the
State boforc the day of election, I am
G. W. Blackburx.
4 hcstnnt GroTe rarmers CInb.
November 9, 18(2. -The
club proceeded to business at half pastiJ
o'clock, persons gathering around the desk en
tcring Block, and other articles. The several
committees being announced and set to wort
creates a great interest. The people are coming
in from efery direction, the several comjnjtteei
are at work and a deep interest is manifested by
all. The committee are progressing tasi ana
smoothly with tho examination of stock and the
1 n..;l h. y a nn ATblbltlOD. WMIO WO
ni.t.MWtinvdn with a ereat deal ol
v.n ",. M Thn committees have all made
their reports to the Secretaries and the preinis
ii QM-orHnrl nrft Announced.
A sale is now going on at a stand mat nas Deen
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erected in the Grove. The sale is at public out
cry, and consists of numerous articles subscnb-
cd and lurnisnca Dy memDers oi uie ciuu,
others for the benefit and use of the club. Ino
articles consist of wheat, corn, oats, ana many
other articles, and is selling at a fair rate for cash
in hand. A great many persons are present
and seem to take a great interest in tne 6aie.
Later. The sale is over ana roaner .
looking favorablo in point of finance lar oe-
yond our expectations. 1 he money is now uc-
ing paid into the nanus oi me j. rename..
The names ot tue persons mm. uao i"u
miums awaraea mem aro uv
ed and they are coming forward and getting
their money. The premiums are all paid on
and there remains stilt several dollars m the
Treasury. All seem to bo satisnea wiip.me ro
sult and pronounce it a grand exhibition, for
Daxiel L. Bkttis,
The Thier Arrested.
We arc glad to bo able to chronicle that the
thief who stole tho twenty dollars from Mr. iN.
Eifler ou Tuesday has been arrested. Mr. lioss.
15. Millinger, Mr. Eifler's clerk, as soon. as ho
was convinced that the boy had stolen the
money, proceeded to his placo of board, and
found that the bird had flown. He rode down
to tho first railroad station, gave a description of
the thief and left a request for his arrest, should
he come that way, when he returned to the city
and put up his horse, and took the 9 o clock
freight train to Lenoii's Station, and feeling
confident that he was in advance of tho rogue,
he thero remained to wait for the passenger
train. But while Mr - Millinger was looking
out for the thief, the thief was also looking out
for some ono to be in pursuit, and the head
light assisting him, he saw his man and jump
ped off the train before it came to a stop at the
depot. Mr.'M. seeing him jump and run into
a field, ran after him a little distance, but finding
;f vnil liArpturned to the train and there
learned that tho rogue had a ticket to Chatta
nooga, and was accompanied Dy awnue womau
by the name of Fannie Green. She turned over
Bob. Johnson's baggage to Mr. M., who re
mained on the train to Sweetwater where he
took the up train and returned to lvnoxville.
This morning he again took tho freight tram,
and at Loudon ho concealed himself, and as ex
nnMaA Vi!a framn stenned in. He arrested him
and;br'ought him back to Knoxville on the first
mill ari turn pA him over to Foliceman Cole,
who searched him and found still six dollars of
the money on his person. He was Drougnt De
foro Esquire Ochs yesterday evening and plead
mi htv to tne cnaree. no was uuuuu
court in tho sum of $1,000, and in
bail, was sent to jail. "
The American Central Insurance Compa
ny, of St. Eonis, has Sustained no Eoss
nt the Boston Fire.
frrlcr-intr t.h fierv ordeal at . Chicago,
through which the Company has passed, it must
be gratifying to note that the cash and available
niminM m nnw larcer man ever ueiore. xuo
opnn'fjps of thfi Comnanv EDeak for themselves,
This Company sustained no loss at the Boston
fire, and aro prepared to take risks at former
rates. The collapse of so many companies by
the Chicago conflagration has induced the
American Central to extond their business over
nntirA "VVpt. without deoartinff from the
conservative practices of the Company, that
have brought it through an eighteen years suc
ccfni hiieinpcs pxnrience The Company
ba?es its claim to patronae;o: first, on the d"e-
cirnKin fOnsa of its investments: second, its
iUV.lA rAoiirr.es. its stock bfcine held
in small amounts and by tho most influential
hiielnpjo mpn in the est : third, on tho con-
kP.rrntivn mnnafremcnt. which of itself is suffi
cient guaranty of security. The officers prom-
ki that thn rvnlirv of the Company in
t.li a future, will be as in the oast insuring small
amounts, scattering tho risks over a large terri
tory ; employing only men oi cnaracicr aim
experience as agents ; economy in expenditure
and confining business to the safer class of prop
The each capital of tho Company is $1,375,
Soliciting a share of the patronage ef the citi
zens of Knoxville, I can promise equitable rates
and prompt adjustment,
xilldlm. JuursOcns, Agent.
Mr. Sum. AV. Small, editor of tho Greneville
Sent-od and Reporter, was in the city yester
day looking as cheerful as though Greeley and
his ticket had carried the day.- : -
J. R. Spurgeon, of Sullivan county, was in
tho city in attendance upon tho Stockholders'
meeting. Ho says he will have a perfect fleet
of boats laden with wheat down on the first
good tide. (-
Mr. T. M. Schleier left this city yesterday for
"Washington, Boston, and other points North in
the interest of his brick cleaning machine. That
thi3 enterest will prove a grand success there is
not the least doubt in the minds of any, who
have examined the model, a description of
which has been given in a former issue of this
paper. We wish him all th e success possible.
Mr. C. McCorkle and family left this city on
tho 11:30 train Tuesday night for Nashville,
where they intend to resido in tho future. Mr.
McCorkle hasreceived the GeneralAgcncy of the
Wixcox and Gibbs Sewing Machine for .Ten
nessee. Mississppi and Arkansas and intends to
make Nashville his headquarters. He leaves a
host of warm friends in this city who regret to
bo deprived of his society, but from his genial
disposition we feel confident ho will soon 'gain
an equal number in his new field of action.
From New Market.
New Market, Tknx.,Nov. 13, 1872.
Editors Chroxicle : For several days thero
has been a series of meetings, night and day,
held in the M. E. Church of our village, under
the direction of Rov. R. Pierce. Mr. Pierce is
a live man and a hard worker in religious re
vivals. He is President of the college at this
place and wide awake on the subject of educa
tion. Our citizens arc taking advantage' of tho oc
casional "cold snaps" and slaughtering their
hogs. Hogs are generally in good condition
ana ready for the knife.
On last night, according to previous notice,
there was quite a gathering at tno Presbyterian.
Church in thif place to listen to a lecturo by
Rev. Mr. Herring, of Spring Place Church, of
your county. The subject of tho lecture, viz :
"Love, Courtship, and Marriage" being novel
brought out a goodly number of hearers. The
audience was well entertained for an . hour
Tho lecturo wrs well directed, subject well
handled, and elicited many rounds of applause,
It abounded in words of wisdom to the young,
the single, the newly married, and to those more
advanced on life's journey. At the conclusion,
although a free lecture, a collection was taken
up bv the audience to defray the expenses of
Rev-'Mr. Herring. .Ttfe crowd dispersed well
pleased and wishing the lecturer might return
and favor us with more of the same eort-
- . . Hal.
To Those With Diseased Eyes. '
Dr. W. A.-Hooten, Oculist, Atlanta, Ga.,
will be in Knoxville on Monday, Nov. the 18th
and Loudon, the 10th. Then he will go home
to Georgia, and return to Knoxville on the 25th
of Nov. and remain until tho 1st of Dec. Ho
will spend Thursday, the 28th of Nov., in Mary
ville, tho last time at that place. He will go to
Morristown, last visit, Dec. 2d, and Rogersvillo
tho Sd, Rogersvillo Junction the 4th, Jonesboro'
the 6th, and Knoxville again theDth and 7th
Remember this is h'a last trip around.
the small club wnicn oniy numuuia iumj w.
Tne club adjourns this annual meeting until
the second Saturday in November next, at J
Mr. J. W. Gaut received yesterday a wagon
load ot fine North Carolina Bulls. Our friend
Bob, as is usual with him when ho has some
thing good, remembered the printer, and
brought in a good measure, nnd if the whole is
as good as thoso we tasted, and we have no
doubt of that, we advise everybody to get some
of them before they aro all gone. They aro un
doubtedly as fine apples as have been brought
to this market during this or any other season.
The troupe . organized under tho auspices of
this talented actress has been dissolved, the
minstrel portion retiring. Sho shows to best
advantage in tho legitimate drama.and we learn
that her numerous friends intend requesting
her to accept a benefit one night this week, in
Avhich 6he will sustain a leading part in tne
pluj' selected, supported by able assistants.
Our New Stock was purchased in New York
after a great reduction in prices had taken
place. n8tf J. A. Rayl.
Tho following is a telegram from the Homo
Insurance Company, of New York, to F. F.
Atwell, Agent, at Knoxville, Tenn. :
" "The Home's entire amount at risk, at Boston
burnt district, does not exceed eight hundred
thousand dollars. Our cash assets exceed Four
and a-half Million Dollars. Our business will
suffer no interruption whatever, and our Boston,
like our Chicago losses will be paid promptly."
nl2d3t C. I. Mortox, Geul. Agt.
Great attraction in Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons,
Trimmings, Ladics.Neck .Ties, &c., at
n8tf .. . . J. A. Rayl'
For Fine ClRars
Go to PETER HITTER, who constantly
keeps for sale the best brands in the market,
such aa Colossus, First Love, Partagas, La
Gloria, the celebrated Cindcrilla, &c, &c. Also
A good little cigar at 5 cents can't be beat.
Tho prices of Canton Flannel?. Shawls
Dress Goods, Blankets, &c, at J. A. Rayl's arc
ess than at any time sinco 18G1. n8tf
' Choice Lots for Sale
In Sneed, King & Co.'s Addition to Kn oxvillc,
cheap. Applv to J as. Comport.
There is nothing so beneficial to a horse or
cow or so certain to prevent disease as Damon's
Stock Powders. For sale, by San ford, Cham
berlain & Albers, "and Albers & Co. x2-tf.
.Fresh Aorfolk Oysters! !!
Packed in Ice received daily at Eifler's Ex
r. P. H. Cnrdwcirs
Dental Office, "West Side Market Square, front
rooms Metier' s building, upstairs, north of P.
Beware or Ihr Horse Epidemic.
And uso Damon's Stock Powders. No horse
owner can afford to bo without them ,
Hardware nt Cost.
Wc offer for sale all of our old stock of Hard
ware at cost for cash.
x2i-dtf. ' ' c Jo. L. Moses &
Trlnntphant lor Twenty Years.
More than twenty years ago the Mustang
Liniment made its debut in the West. Its cures
of tho various external diseases of horses and
and cattle, astonished the planters and fanners
of the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, and a de
mand for it sprung up which necessitated its
manufacture on an extensive scale. Soon the
discovery was mado that it was a grand specific
for rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, earache, tooth
ache, and other external aihnent3 of mankind.
Tnen it was tried as a healing, pain kiMing ap
plication, incases of outward injury, such as
cuts, bruises, burns, spasms, &c, and was found
equally serviceable. The famo of the new rem
edy for some of the most painful ills that afllict
mankind and the lower animals, spread rapidly,
and Mustang Liniment soon totk rank in every
State and Territory of the Union as a standard
Sl()0 Knward is ottered bv the nronrietor of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, for a
medicine that will equal it in the cure of all
severe cases of "Liver Complaint" and all dis
eases arising from impurity of the blood, as
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Boils, etc.
DAILY JIETEOROLOMICAE REPORT.
SIGNAL SERVICE U. S. ARMY.
Ksoxmllk, Texx., Nov. 1J, IS".
I a a
40 j 3$cjN.E.
5i! ori W.
S.W. 4 ! O.til
War Dir'T, Office Chief Sigxil Offic r.
Washington, D. C-, Nov. 13. (7.30 p.m.) IT.Z.
The barometer will probably continue falling over
the lower lakes and thence over the entire sections of
the Middle States and New England, with southeast
erly to southwesterly winds, threatcmrg weather and
raio. to-morrow. In the South Atlantic ant Gulf
States, southeasterly to southwesterly winds and partly
eleudy weather will prevail. In the Northwest and
thence to the Missouri and upper and lower Ohio val
leys, northerly to westerly winds, cl-aring and partly
cloudy weather with occasional light rain and snow.
On the upper lakes, brisk and high southwesterly and
northwesterly winds, threatening weather and rain,
extending into Illitois, Indiana and Ohio. Signals will
continue at Dututh, Chicago, Milwaukee, Grand Ha
ven Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland Buffalo, Oswego and
Roch ester. . :
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
TO A DECREE PRONOUNCED
1 by th
e Chancery Court at Knoxville. at tho July
Special lerm. Van. in tne case oi nuiiam turn vs.
Thomas and M. C. Shinpaugh, I will sell in iront of the
court house door in Knoxville, on
Saturday, the th day of December next,
at 11 o'clock A. M.. at public auction to the highist
bidder, a sufficiency of the real estate mentioned and
described in said decree, to raise the sum of J816 3$,
with interest from 31st of July, 1872, and all the costs
of this cause. 6aid real estate is described as follows :
1 t. A lot of land situated in East Knoxville. bound
ed on the north by the line of M. Nelson, Mabry & Co.:
on the east by the lot formerly owned by M. Y. Brid
well; on the west by Temperance street, and on the
south by East Hill street,
2d. Two tracts of land adjoining each other in Lou
don county, Tennessee, bounded on the north by the
lands of Wilkerson ; on the east by Hartiy Sc Smith ;
on the Bouth by Lenoir's, and on the west' by Henry
Shinpaugh, both said to contain in the aggregate 214
TERMS. Said sale will be made on a credit of sev
en, twelve and eighteen months, except 10 per cent.,
which will be required in cash, and in bar cf the right
of redemption, fiotes with good security, bearing in
terest from date, will be required of the purchaser, and
a lien retained on the prorerty ns further security.
M. L. PATTERSON, C. Jr. M.
Family Favorite Sewing Machine.
t - a
O w o c.2
7 a. si. 80.04
2 r m. 2t.SG
4 p.m.'! ' C?.S1
rpilK GREAT NATIONAL TARTY O? 872 HAS
X for its candidate
The Popular Weed Sswing Machine.
This candidate has served the country for years, giv
ing perfect satisfaction to all.
Its running qualities iosnre victory in every contest
It receives the rapport of the ladies everywhere, and
ii it ore popular than
Grant or. Grec3cy,
in the canvass now being made. It is ready to speak
for itself in every family in the land.
Office. 102 Gay street, Knoxville, Tonn.
oct22dow-wtf ! AStiELf Agent.
THE ROMANCE OF
Xhe many evidences of extraordinary cures that are
daily reported as effected through
Ready 11 olief. .and Perfect Purgative Tills in written
icsumuDiiiia irum an nans oi me wnr mrniu
wonder the most extravagant miracles of enchantment.
Physicians and medical men in all countries pronounce
these wonderlul remedied a mystery, that neither their
science of analysis or chemical skill can explain. Irue,
these medicines effect the most marvelous cure?, and
restore the dying to life, and relieve the most wretched
pain-suffering victim of his tortures, in from one to
twenty minutes, and although they know some of the
ingredients of their composition, and Dr. Radway has
published their formula (withholding only two newly
discovered root) etill both .French, German. English
and American c hemists and pharmaceutists utterly fail
with the same ingredients as prepared by them. The
great success which these wonderlul remedies are con
stantly achieving, lies in the great secret of combining
the ingredients together after exercising due care in
selecting thg pure and genuine roots.
Such wonders of Modern Chemistry n the SAHSA
RILLIAN RESOLVENT, READY RELIEF fe RAD
XAY'S PILLS, are without parallel in the history of
medicine, for there are some infirmities and diseases
that are considered aa incurable, and sure death. Yet
the most astounding cures have been made through
theso remedies of some diseases that have never been
known to be cured by medicine.
CONSUMPTION. SCROFULA, WniTE SWELL
ING. Tumors in the Womb, Stomach, Ovaries, iJowel.,
Bright's Disease of the Kidneys that have been pro
nounced incurable. Cancers. Ulcers, Swellings, Stone in
tho Bladder, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers and Sores
of the Bones, Rickets so deeply seated that no other
medicines have ever been known to reach, have been
cured by the SARSAPARLILIaN RESOLVENT, aid
ed by the READY RELIEF and PILLS.
Palsy. Paralysis. Dry Gangkixe tnat threatens a
living death daily rotting away of the limbs and flesh
Diabetes, Involuntary Discharge of Water, Fungi in
the Bladder (tho Emperor Napolcn'd diseane). Tortur
ing Pains when discharging urine, RHEUMATISM.
GOUT, NEURALGIA each and every one o." the.-e
complaints though but few out of the many other dis
eases, IUdway'3 Sarsaparillian Resolvent has cured
and is daily curing in all parts of the world.
In one word, any disease nn matter under what
name designated, that is nourished or increased by Bad.
impure, depraved, weak, thin, watery or poisoned
blood-can be cured by RADWAY'S SARSAPARIL
Dr. Radway JcCo.have never claimed one-hundredth
part of the curative virtues for their remedies as is
ascribed to them by tho pcoplo who have used them
f.r bear in mind, only such diseases and complaints as
Dr. Radwar, after successful treatment with their rem
edies knew they would cure, were enumerated in their
curative list, so that many of the extraordinary cases
that have been reported awakened as much astonish
ment in the discovery of their remedial agents as in
thoso who had been rescued from death, and mad
whole and sound.
As "many persons discredited their extraordinai
power, from the fact of their disappointment ia the use
of other advertised remedies and BOine believed it
impossible for simple medicines made only from vey
table substances roots, herbs. kc should possess suy
marvelous power. Yet they can readily comprehend
that the simple nrRsses of tbe field, after undergoing
tbc chemical process of distillation designed by nature
ii the cow and churn, furni-hes us with butter cer
tainly the mcst abundant fat, calorie or heat making
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making con
stituents for the human body.
But when those people who first doubt the efficacy of
the.-e remedies commence their use. they become their
most earnest advocates.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURED.
Never has a medicine taken internally been known
to have cured tumors either of the womb, uteri, ova
ries, or bowels; the knife has been the sole reliance in
the hands of experienced surgeons; but Dr. Rodwayt
Sarsaparillian settles this question. For it has cured
over twexty persons of Ovarian Cysts and Tumors,
s well aa Tumors in the bowels, uterus, womb, liver.
Dropsical Effusion. Ascites, and Calculus Concretions
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
fim a prominent gentleman an 1 res dent of Cincinna
ti, Ohio, for the past forty years wcllTknown to the
newspaper publishers throughout the United States:
New York, Oct. lith. 1870.
Dr. Radway Dear Sir: I am induced by a sense of
duty to the suffering to make a brief statement of the
working of your medicine on myself. For several years
I had been aflected with some trouble in the bladder
and urinary organs, which some twelve months ago
culminated in a terib y afflicting disease, which the
physicians all said was a spasmodic stricture, in the
urethra as also inflammation ot the kidneys and blad
der, and gavo it as their opinion that my age 73 years
would prevent my ever getting radically cured. I
had tried a number of physicians, and had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both alopathic and homeopathic,
but got no relief. I had read ot astonishing cures hav
ing been made by your remedies; and some lour months
ago I read a notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Even
ing Post of a cure having been effected on a person who
ha 1 Ion? been suffering as 1 had been. 1 went right
off and got some ot each your ISarsaparillian Resolv
ent, Ready Relief ard Regulating Pills and com
menced taking them. In ree days I was greatly re
lieved, and notv feel as well as ever.
C. W. JAMES, Cincinnati. Ohio,
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UXOXYILLE WHOLESALE MARKETS.
Curomclb Office, Kkoxtillj. Tkkx., j
Nov. l'i 18 il. i
Grain and Prodnce.
Grain We notice an advance of 1 to octs.
per bushel on all grades of wheat The demand
for good wheat is very heavy at quotations, and
there does not seem to be a su&ciency in the
country to supply the demand or the sellers aro
holding back for a still increased advance in the
price. . .
Oats. Dull with no change in quotations.
Corn. Steady at quotations with no activity
in tho market.
Fruits There is a fair demand for dried
fruit at quotations with full supply in market.
Flour Firm, and in demand at quotations.
It is to bo hoped that after the late rains the
country mills will be able to turn out a greater
quantity, and trado in flour will Dc more active.
Quotations oi leading articles :
Wheat New prime white, active, $1.6oa
amber $1.75 per bushel ; red, $1.52.
Corx Is worth G0a65c. loose,buying ; selling
price, 7oa80c sacked and delivered.
Oats In deaand, 30a33.
Hay Baled. $1.00 per 100 11. Loose
from wagons, H)a90 per 100 lbs.
Dried Fruit 21a2ic for apple?. Teaches,
halves, 4Ja4J ; quarters, 3a3.
Blackberries In demand atSaS!.
Flour Scarce ; best family brand?, $1.00,
per sack; extra, $3.50.a3.5
Bacon Nominal ; buying loose from wa
gons, 10c. for hog round. Selling price 11c.
Lard Buying price 12Ja; selling at 12Jal-3c.
Feathers Buying, prime, 5oa57i; duck and
Butter Buying price 10c. to 18c. ; selling
in shipping order 2Ua22c.
Eogs Actie, 18a20c.
Beeswax 27c per pound.
Tobacco Tennessee leaf, 8al0c.
Crash Sekd Timothy, $4.50 per bushel.
Herds grass, Sl.i'O 4
Blue 44 $1.50 "
Orchard 44 2.50 44
Clover seed, 8.00 44
Seneka Snake Active, 80c.
Yellow Root Active, 8c.
Wool Washed, 60c per lb.
We report fair average sales for the past week
in the Drug line, with few changes in prices to
notice. Opium continues .to advance slowly
under advices from Smyrna and we expect it to
rule high during the whole season. Morphine
of course advances with it. Quinine continues
quiet with small decline, we quote 2.75u2.80 for
1. and W. Indigo ha? advanced slightly ar.d
is now held at $1.4oal.50for best grades. Spices
are firm with prospect of advance. Ginsang
quiet at $1.00 ; Senaca, at 80c.
TVirrr ii ri I'bnncrn tn nntf. in tllR drv POOtls
markot as regards former prices. The past week
was rather dull on account of the election. The
following is the standing of leading articles :
Brown bleached shcetingi and shirtings active.
Prints active and in good request. Dress goods
active ; plain materials decidedly in the ascen
dancy. Alapacas brisk demand. Linsey, jeans
anA chawl nrtiro A hwiw trndfi is anticinatcd
for this week on account of the meeting of the
stockholders of the East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia Railroad, when quite a numucrot mer
chants are expected to be in our city.
Eire Stock Market.
The market for beef cattle ha? not been a? ac
tive the oast week as for some timo previous,
Tho scarcity of money and ether causes have
combined to produce a noticeable dullness in the
Bain of moat in our citv market, in conscnuence
of which but few cattle have been offered, and
thev of a very ordinary Quality. We hope.
however, that the incoming week will bring
with it renewed activity. Tho Southern markets
will shortly bo open for our cattle, and then our
farmers may nope lor an aavance in prices.
Quotations. Al fat cattle, 2Jc ; good beef
cattle, 2ic; ordinary cattle, 2c.
The demand for hogs continues good at quo
tations. Several car loads have already been
snipped to Southern markets, and we hear of
other lots to follow soon. A3 soon as the weath
er permits our pork packers will commence
operations, and then our farmers will find a
market for their hogs at homo. Tho enterprising
firm of JlcDaniel & Co., have made preparations
to pack a large number of hogs this year, and as
their esteblishment contributes largely to the
growth of our city, wo with them abundant
JlalK" ; or-
Little or no demand ; $2 U0a2.50 per head.
The scarcity of hay in our market is felt ma
terially. Tho demand far exceeds the amount
coming in and wo fear our city stock will suffer
Quotations. 8oa$l 00 per cwt ; baled, $1.00
1.2-3 per cwt.
Oats arc in good demand at7-3;iKpertvt.
Knoxville Ketail Market.
Apples dried 45'Plb
" green OOaSl 0Vbu.
Beans, dry. I015c?qt
Bacon, Hams ,s. c,
" Sides lolfi7.ft
Beef green otaslfilb
" dried. 20a25rR
Candles. Ih a25
Coal Oil 50cli0?.g8l
Cotton Yarns.? doi,fl-Ta-20
Corn, ...... oO'bu
Flour Family. 4.25aS40
Extra. $3,754 00
F'mh fresh. 8(?lff?lh
' Cod. 8?iUfn
Lard.Htb .. m WA
Molasses. gal...509 60
Meal, bus. 7i75
Oats. bur .:3d 10
" sheaf. cwt 6w3 $.75
Poultry Chickens, 20a25
Ducks, IS 20
Potatoes sw't, ?b07.c
reaches dried.TIh 9 lo
Rice. ?tt 123
Sugar crushed, tth
Tea green...wva 1.75 ft
" black. 501.50?
TaUow. t B lo
Vinegar. ?giH0 50
3Tew York Market.
New York, Nov. 13.-Gold. $1.13ial.r,j.
Governments slightly lower on Tcnnes-ico and
Cotton firm, sales, 2,387 bales : uplands Vd ;
Flour rather activer and unchanged. Whisky
dull and lower at 59Ja02. Wheat a shade firm
er and loss doing ; winter red western, $1 58a
1 (i3. Corn inactive and unchanged. A scar
city of freight room checks the export demand
for grain. Kice is quiet at71a8V. p0rk dull,
$15 87alG 00. Lard, 8a83,
con hrm, shoulders nominally of ; clear rio
sides, 101; clear sides, 10. Whisky firm, 91c.
Trade is seriously interfered with by tbe pre
vailing cpisoatic. It is difficult to-day to de
liver goods, except at exhorbitant rates.
t. Eonl Market.
St. Louis, Nov. 12. Flour dull and un
changed. Corn firm and irregular; o. 2
mixed. 33a34. Whisky steady, W. Tork quiet,
$14 ; new, $10. Old bacon, stock scarce with
a small business ; small cash lots of shoulders, i ;
clear sides, 111. Lard nominal ; jobbing lota
Louisville, Oct. CO. Flour fteady, family,
$U.50a7-25. .Corn unchanged and a small busi
ness. Provisions, absence of business for want
of stock, quotations nominal. Whisky firm,
80. The unfavorable weather checks out-door
Cincinnati, Nov. 13. Flour quiet, $7.00a
7.25. Corn steadv; new 37a38, old 42a43. Pork
nominally S14. Lard steady : kettle 7 if. Ba
ESTARD 7. G'lflD. jso. BABTOX.
JXO, B. I.IADL'T
GOULD, BARTON & CO..
DEALERS IN PRODUCE.
Butler and Eggs Specialties.
AOKXTS ATD MA5CFACTURER3
STm-AWS PATENT FGG VAtSF
17 ALABAMA STREET. ATLANTA, iA.
. , Atlanta, Oct 2G, ia72
trade, but rather increased activity in all lirpT
The remarkably fine weather 13 lirin n.i n "
cotton to market than was curreuted on "henf-n
we sec a little weakening of prices. Provision-
are touched only for immediate wants AH
concerned look for a decline in Hoir TrA,w.i.
ere long. In grain. Corn has reduced to 95 We
see no reason lor it, only a local scarcity on a.
count of transportation. Wheat is held firm u-
at outside prices. Barley, nominal. Oats dull
In light produce. Onions aro steady ; Potatoes
in fair demand; Apples in demand. Butter U
held ies3 nrm,y ; stock accumulating, and only
fresh lots find sale at quoted prices; we advise
shippers to send none but strictly fresh lots, to
rcalizo the quoted prices ; others will not se'l
Eggs arc scarce. Dressed Poultry has made its"
appearance in market, fresh lots selling readily!
Fine live chickens are sold lively, fallow i
in demand. J -
Wc quote wheat $1 SOh2 )Q pr buchfl
Oats ooa'X) for black.
Bacon clear sides 12al2'e.
Lard unchanged, 12ial3c
Flour Fino $i 50: Suncrfiuo tTm. v -i
$8 00a8 50; Extra and Choice j A
Dressed Poultry Chickens 14iH'. iV
Turkeys 18a 20. ' l"'
Live chickens. 2o;i 0".
Turkeys, $1 00
Apples unchangc-d, $ 75a 4 2-5 per bbl. for
Potatoes-unchanged, $ 90a 100 per bushel.
Onions $1 75 per bu -. in good request.
Cabbage 10al2J per head.
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Tlon'i Tail lo procure MRS. WINH
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IN CHANCERY AT CLINTON,
Anderson County, Tennessee.
VynEREAS. R II Gratz. G A Perdicaris. A G Rich
TV J??at fcteTa"!. U A Stiles, W R SterliD.
John G Redding. Chas R Morrell. Thos J Magiil. and
lharle3 M Steward, have filed their petition for a
Charter of Incorporation, to bo known as "The
Poplar Creek Railroad Coal and Iron Company." pray
ing for the corporate rights of a raiiroad, miniogand
I macuiiicmring company in Anderson and the adjacent
counties, commencing in the Mountain Fork of Poplar
I Creek, near Dunnavan's Gap. in Anderson county.
I T1 Vi : . . U e . . : i 1 1 . t i
. . '3 lucreiure iu iiuui an persuns 10 a pear DCIore
the said Chancery Court on the 1st Mond in Decem
ber next, to show cause why said prayer should not be
granted, and letters of incorporation should not i sue,
or said petition ill be proceeded with ex parte.
It is further ordered that thi notice be published for
thirty days in the Knoxville (Tenn.) Daily Chronicle.
October 31?t. 172.
A copy of the or 1-r. Tt :
dm VV M. II. WHITS0N. Cl k Ma;fe .
Eight Per Cent. Bridge Bonds,
TOR SA1LE AT PAR,
'THESE BONDS ARE REGARDED AS oXf T
-R the best permanent investment? on tbe market.
The revenue of the bridge, and the cvuntr re tot
pledged for the interest and principal. r.; lm
J. G. .11. RAMS EI", A.M.M.D.,
Resumes the Practice of Medicine
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE NEAR THE EAST
ERN junction of Main aaJ Cumberland street.
Cases in which consultation With him may be desired
Ehall, as heretofore, receive prompt attention, er"
cially when within reach of any of the railroads.