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For Sale or Exchange.
ANEW SEWING MACHINE J"1 J? purchased
from the company'! went here. Will exchange
it for a good horse and pay the difference, inquire at
Af OR 50 ACRES OF GOOD LE 7EL LAND In
HJ a most excellent neighborhood, 2 miles north of
Knoxville. wilt be exchanged for a residence in the
eity. rnq'ure at unrouieie uiuoc.
rfWO DWELLING HOUSES AND OFFICE, con
1 TenienUy arranged. ,
3 ilAAtS HUJJLUl.
THE .DAILY CHRONICLE.
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THURSDAY MORNING. FEB. 27, 1873J
CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
The ltarjtet Circulation
f n Eut Tennessee.
of Bay Daily
KKOXVILLE DAILY ClilJOMCLE,
For breakfast reading, at Chattanooga, by C. II.
Cccdbill, and for rale at the depot in time fer the
wiring train. C. II. Gledblll,
230 Market Street. Chattanooga. Tenc.
-. TO BUSINESS MEX..-
TTe have Just received at tho Curomclk
Steam Job Office lome new job type of latest
atvlea. and can. therefore, print bill Heads,
.Letter Heads and Business blanks of all kinds
f the very latest fashion. AVo havo the larg
est assortment of new type of modern style ot
any office in East Tennessee and printers of fip
roved taste and skill. The finest work exe
cuted In this city comes from the Chronicle
Job Office. Orders promptly filled at reasona
East Tennessee University.
The Trustees of thia institution will Lold
an fLdionmpd' mpetinsr at the Board of
Trade Rooms at 10. A. sr., to-daj
Believes Jin Advertising.
A Knoxville barber has the most con
spicuous card in the 'Tazewell Spectator.
Jones ia sound on progress and believes fn
Arrival of rreiffbtw.
East Tennessee, Virginia and Georyia 11. E.
Carpenter fc Ross, 7 packacres; Chas. Du-
cloux, 4; v. J. uetterton cc uro., i; nwu
4v & Co.. 3: Cowan. M'Cluncr& Co., 2: H.
C.Hodges, 1; F. Vunck,2; Cruze & Adney,
3; J. L. Ross, 3; J. F. Jenkins, 5; Lee &
Howarter, 2; 0. 13. smitn fc Co., i; AiKin
A Hoffman. 54: W. B. Rozers. 5: H. P.
Angel, 4; W. W. Woodruff Co., 1.
A Clicap Store.
Wr would call attentiou to Uiu new
fiorlmr ffoods iust received at A. Loben-
etein's, No. 12, Gay street, who, with his
iontr experience in the business and'fhe
small expense he is at in running his ca
.... i r . mi i i i 1,1 i r
laoiisnment, wui not ue uuuei&uiu. ue
keeps constantly on hand a full supply of
lients' urnismnrr uooas, wmcn ne sens
as cheap as the cheapest. Give him a call.
His advertisement will be found in anpth-
Tli at I'ond.
The heavy, rain yesterday stopped the
workmen who had commenced work on a
tunnel preparatory to draining tho pond
east of Gav street, near the depot. The
rond is fast rising again, and if it contin
ued to rain all last night and sprinkles a
little to-dav. the occupants of the house on
the little island will have to remove their
household goods out in that yawl which
thev have been usimr for some weeks as a
means to communicate with the outside
world. We trust the Street Committee
will pnsh the work through as speedily as
J. G. Heap, Esq., of the Noi (h Carolina
Mica Company, 18 in thecity.
Rev. Herman Bokum, late of this city,
but now of Atlanta, Ga., was in our city
yesterday. He is just returning irom a
Hon. Wm. Crutchfield, the prospective
"Davy Crocket." of the 43d Congress,
passed through our city yesterday en route
for Washington, where he will remain
trntll after the inauguration. lie was ac
companied by Capt. A. G. Sharp, the effi
cient chairman of the Republican execu
tive Committee for the 3d district during
the late canvass.
-At Cost for 30 Days to Cask Buyers Only
Big lot Carpets. Oil Cloths, Winter
Dres9 Goods, VVooi Hose, Gloves, Shawls,
Flannels, Blankets, &c, at J. A. Rayrs
- Piano for Sale.
Entirely new and just from the factory.
Terms to suit the purchaser. Apply at the
Exchange Restaurant, . lldtr
Brfeb Cleaning: Machine.
Mr. T. M. Schleier, of this city, the in
ventor and patentee of the above named
machine, has been for some time in Bos
ton, superintending the construction and
trial of one of the machines. ; His many
friends here will be pleased to hear of his
Complete success. We copy the following
from the Boston Daily Advertiser:
" The expense of brick cleaning with a
hatchet the millions of bricks in the burnt
district Is an important item in the ex
pense of rebuilding. It is moreover a slow
and vexatious process.- A machine that
will do the work well and expeditiously
and cheaply too is something that is to be
desired. Mr. T. M. Schleier of Knoxville,
Tennessee, has lately patented an inven
tion for this purpose, and one of his ma
chines has been built at the shop of Welsh
A Chipman, In First street, South Boston.
The bricks are carried ' on an apron to a
hopper into which they are fed one by
one. falling end first.. A descending bar
pusnes the brick through a narrow way
surrounded on each side by steel chisels
pressed against it by springs, which clean
the mortar from the four long sides at
once. As soon as it has passed through , a
horizontal bar pushes it through another
set of chisels whicn clean the ends, and it
drops out ready for use. The springs ad
Just the chisels to the various thicknesses
of bricks.1 Bats are cleaned, except on the
ends, as readily as whole bricks. The
chisels are so set as to keep themselves
ground. The machine i3 so powerful that
an extra thick brick will have a shaving
scraped off without stopping it, and so
easily run that' the .work can be done by
hand, although the use oi power is con
templated.' Another advantage is that
bricks which would inevitably be broken
by a blow on the side are preserved whole.
Bunniug at a slow rate, the bricks are
cleaned at the rate of 35 or 40 a minute,
-which is about as fast as they can be placed
In position. -We believe the inventor pro
teoses to exhibit it in operation soon: He
has an advertisement in another column.
Having seen the machine at work we do
not hesitate to eay that it seems to do well
the work it was made for, and so for. as we
ean Judge, the bricks which have been
through it are In better condition for use
thn hatchet cleaned ones."
The Body or Robert Hook Tonnil in First
. Creek. ; V "C -r '."
On yesterday afternoon about live o'clock,
the body of Robert Hook, . who' has been
missing since Saturday night, was discov
ered by Charles Ballard, a colored man
who lives near the' creek.' -His attention
was called to it by Mrs. Horrigan, who,
seeiug the body floating, thought it was
that of a child, and so stated. r
Ballard at once waded out into the
stream, and, seizing the corpse, with
considerable difficulty brought it ashore,
the current being very - swift and
the creek much swollen. The deceased
was found a short distance above the brick
mill and lorc the marks of violence on
his person, consisting of a severe gash on
his forehead and a small round hole in his
left temple, resembling a bullet hole; his
neck also seemed to nave ueen uroseu,
which was probably dono when his body
was thrown into the creek by hismurderer,
for that he was foully dealt with there is
srood reason to believe.- judging by tho
nature ot nis wounas.
Ballard at once reported tlie discovery of
the body to J. r. Alley, Jiisq., coroner, wno
repaired to the creek and held an luquest
over the remains. The following persons
composed the jury: Henry Davis, K. 1.
Brown. James D'Armond. Alex. Warters,
Louis Rucker, Clinton Monday and Henry
The jury reserved their decision until
to-day, the body, in the meantime being
tkn to the residence of his wife in the
eastern suburbs of the city '
The deceased was a carpenter by trade
and had been living in Knoxville about
seventeen -or ; eiffhteeu years, r Unfortu
nately he was addicted to dnns ana last
Saturday night while at tho Market Houeo
with his wite, went away, leiung ner ue
would be back in a few minutes and to
await his return. She remained until the
Market House closed and then went home
alone, honing that he had gone on before.
Hook was seen room u o'ciock mas nigm
in a saloon, where he paid for a drink for
- a . 1 A . 9 1 A.
a notoriously mean negro. Both left about
the samo time and it is tnouguc ins me
. . . a . A
was taken in order to obtain the small
sum of three or four dollars he was seen to
have in his possession when he paid for
I will sell mv residence on Mabry street,
at public auction, to the highest bidder, on
Saturday. March 15. 183, unless sooner
disposed of at private sale. Terms, one-
half cash, the balance in equal payments
in six and twelve months from the date of
sale, taking notes with 10 per cent, inter
est and retaining a lien upon the property.
Possession will be given April 15, 183, or
as may be ngreed upon with tho purchaser.
The lot H 55x240 feet, situated on tho cor
ner of wo streets, both having good curb
ing an 1 ,. ' ferlng and brick walks.
The r donee has ten rooms, two porch
ea. ana i ) une cellars, is nanusomeiy nn-
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ished in the best manner, good closets
throughout the house. In fact many mod-
cm conveniences, naving been duih wiia
much care. There are two fine cisterns,
good stable, chicken house and yard, and
a large number of choice young fruit trees
and some hne Concord grape vines.
The property can be seen at any time by
calling on the undersigned.
ii27d to mchl5. Spencer M l xsox.
Speedy Justice. -
Yesterday morning the case of Hermann
Speers, for grand larceny, was decided in
the Criminal Court. Sp?ers is the Creole
kleptomaniaist from New Orleans, who
robbed a passenger on tho train of his
overcoat on Tuesday, for which he was
put on trial in less than three hours after
ward, and within twenty -fours he was
sentenced to eight years' servitude m the
The summary disposal oi ibis caso is
somewhat similar to that of the Mississip
pi steam-boatman, who stole a shirt from
the front of a clothing storo in the little
town of Napoleon, Arkansas, while the
boat stopped at the wharf to discharge and
receive freight. He wa3 caught in tho act,
immediately arrested, taken before the
grand jury, court being in session (as in
tne present case) plead guilty, was sen
tenced to thirty-nine lashes at tho whip
ping post, received his punishment and
was back on the boat in fifteen minutes.
John Home's Old Poplar Log, Lincoln
county Whisky and all fancy drink at the
bt. Nicuolas Saloon.
Ii5dtf W. N. Fitzgerald.
"The Silver Tongue" Organ can be seen
at the Rook Store of O. B. Smith & Co.
For Fine Cigars
Go to PETER EITTER. who eonEtanllv
keeps for sale tbe best brands Cigars, ColoEsue,
America. Longfellow. Partasre. Hitter's VeL La
Gloria, Cinderella. &c. also a stood little cigar
at octs. can't be beat viJ7ctf.
Kern's Fresh Oysters.
Toter Kern is receiving everv dav frch Nor
folk Oysters in kegs, which he offers bv the
quart to the public. Re has a superior ico bouse
and keeps his oyters frefh. They are of the
best quality and. packed .for his special trade.
i . . i -.
East Tennessee- Carpet House.
In order to reduce stock before taking
inventory, l nave marked down all Car
wool uutcb, 40c. Ingrain 50
All W ol Ing.. oe. Eng. Brus -:els. S1.25
Three Ply ' , 1.C0
. Call soon and get bargains.
: Tor Rent.
A hourc on Btato street. . between Main
and Cumberland, for rent. For terms, np-
piy lO ; , . IRA L.OVELACK,
"6tf Market Rnuarc.
Opc si Every Snndny.
Cooper's Billiard' Restaurant, will
open every Sunday. -No liquors sold.
i plemlid CbnnCe. ' ' ' '
l the Weekli CurKiclk and
: We wil!
Demorest . Monthly, which h $3, for onoyear, I
to any person who pays 113 three dollars and
fifty-five cent. . - ' ..
Demore&C,s Monthly stands., untivalod. as a
family magazine. . Its choice literature, its su
perior music, it3 large amount of valuable infor
mation and artistic illustrations, give it a just
c aim to its well-earned title, "tho Model Maga
zine of America." . dlld&wtf.
It is to Yonr Interest
To read the liberal premiums 6fi"ered by the
W n iklt Chroxicle. 1 f you wani some beau-
itful chromos, a fine eteel engraving, some sil
ver ware, a stereoscope or some choice Maga
rines, raiso a clab of subscribers for the Chron
icle and take your choice of premiums offered
elsewhere. Hero is' a chance to do good by
circulating a good paper and at tho same lime
j get pome line premiums. if.
A POPULAR MANUFACTURER.
sentatlon of a
to Gen. J
Gen. Wilder, the well known iron man
ufacturer, ha3 been presented with a testi
monial of the high esteem in which he is
held by the incorporators of Oakdale Iron
Company. The following correspondence
on the subject will be read with Interest : '
4- : Oakdale, Feb. 24, 1873.
" Editors Chronicle: The enclosed
copy of a letter to "our mutual friend,"
Gen. Wilder, almost explains itself. On
the2d inst., the General received a heavy
hunting case American gold watch, bear
ing this inscription ; "r
. To General J. T. Wilder, .
' ' : . KOCKWOOD, TENN.
':' : :. . FROM. . :,: :
j THE INCORPORATORS
-L , .. OF '
THE OAKDALE IRON COMPANY.
FEB. 22D, 1873. . ; .
Attached to the chain was a charm, in
Imitation of a pig of iron, and engraved :
. i ' "THE FIRST OAKDALE PIG'
. Yours, &c, . F. A. Whiting.
Oakdale, Feb. 22, 1873.
Gen. J. T. Wilder, Itockwood, Tetin.: .
Dear General It has become our ex
ceedingly pleasant office to tender you,
from the incorporators of the Oakdale Iron
Company, this timely evidence that your
generous efforts to promote the success of
their enterprise, r are gratefully appreci
ated. - . . ;- ' ' '
"The first Oakdale pig" is only "an out
crop" a "surface indication" of the deep
and sincere vein of good will extending
from Oakdale to Rockwood.
We hope, most heartily , that the watch
may remind you of us kindly every hour
it records, and that the very wearing or i
may secure for you and yours "a good
time" forever. Yours fraternally,
figned. F.fA. Whiting, Pres't.
G. T. Potter, S. and T.
. Cotton Factory.
Editors Chronicle : You are on the
right track in stirring the manufacturing
question. Keep at' it, and at it, and after
awhile you will see the fruits of your
course. We must break through the crus
of inaction and come up to the full raeas
ure of our strength as a community. Every
word you utter on this subject will have
its influence. Induce others to join you
in this work. Let other peus be employ
ed. : One thing to comfort yon. I have
never yet known a persistent effort made
in one definite line or action but what sue
ceeded in the end. Stick a peg down there
and watch the result. To be sure It has been
an uphill work in the city of Knoxville
but never mind tne harvest is coming on
Thero are some men in this community
who are seriously considering this very
thing of manufactories and are thinking
and planning as to the most feasible means
of inaugurating them. They are silently
at work, and some of these days before
long the product of their investigation wil
be given to the public. Knoxville is slow
I confess, but may be she is sure. It can
bo that she will forever ignore her own
welfare, and trudge along as she has been
doing in the past. Here and there, in this
city, you confront progressive minds
They are alive to the necessity of making
an effort to build up Knoxvillle, and they
feel that there is only one way to do it, and
that is to establish manufactories.
We need a cotton factory. Ought to
have had one or more long ago. Jt will
come yet. When in Nashville a few days
ago, 1 took it upon myself to visit the ex
tensive cotton factory there. Just one
featuro I propose to troublo you about.
found over three hundred girls employet
in that factory. They were picked up on
the outskirts of the city and in the ill thy
alleys, and put into this establishment
where they were getting good wages and
were well fed and clothed. Consider the
immense benellt accruing to this class.
Criminal Court Proceedings.
The adjourned5 term of the Crimiiia
Court met yesterday, His Honor M. L.
State vs. Herrman Speer : larceny : ver
vict guilty and 8 years State prison.
otate vs. Alexander JNeison ; carrying
btate vs. Jake Robinson : grand larcenv:
veraicx guilty aud a years Htate prison
C.. 1 TkT - 1
omio 3. Ait-i, neison: noi pros.
btate vs. Dave Marine, et al. : lewdness:
noi pros, on cost.
btate vs. John Watkins ; carrying wea
pons; noi pros.
btate vs. Robt. Steel ; assault and bat
tery ; noi. pros.
btate vs. Jos. Luttrell: disturbing public
worsuij); veraici oi guuty; nneu.
I- t J! i . "
btate vs. Margaret Lane : assault and
battery; uol. pros., witnesses losing fees
btate vs. John Spigard; lewdness; noi.
btate vs. Hugh Steel ; scl. fa. dismissed.
State vs. Eileu Peyton : murder : lurv
!l. 1 " '
Court adjourned until the regular hour
- Eclectic Sfasaalne.
Tho March number of the Eclectic pre
sents its usual monthly table of contents,
which, for variety, entertainment, and
permanent value, is seldom equaled by any
of its rivals. The object of the Editor
seems to be to furnish the readers of the
magazine with a solid and substantial men
tai diet, and at the same time to combine
the entertaining with it in such judicious
proportions as to attract all classes of in
telhgent readers. The contents of. this
number are:-Tbe Issues Raised by the
Protestant Synod of France : The Disad
vantages of Living in a Small Communi
ty;, The Two .Marys, by Mrs. Olinhant:
The Story of La Valliere ; Hereditary Im
provement, by Francis Galton ; The Chil
dren of Lebanon : an . American Idyll;
Tho Recent Star-Shower and Star-Showers
Generally: Victor ;Hugo . Too Soon, a
Novel; The Migration of Useful Plants:
Th6 True Story of Juggernaut ; Brantome;
Heidelberg; An Ugly. Dog; Bret Harte;
Literary Notices ; Foreign Literary Notes;
Science and Art; Varieties. -
Published by U. 11. Pelton. 103 Fulton
coreet, New York.- Terms, $5 a year; two
Stpiis, 9; Single number, 45 cents.
: .. . .
.: Tazewell College,
The Tazewell College under the control
of Prof. Wester, commenced its second
session. Monday, the 10th. ; ; We understand
that quite a number of the T young
men have entered into a personal covenant
with each other to redouble their energies
in study this session. : '.This is right, and
any country may be proud of such boys.
. - v. .
Dr. M. M. HarriV dental office. corner
Gay and Asylum streets. ":- ' fabldlm .
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT
7 J ." SIGNAL SIRYICH U. S. ARMY.
L i J 1 KxexriLLi. Trsjr., 35. 1873.
7 a.m. 30.01 31j 30j E. 5 jLt. Bain
! ra. 29.81 srl 83" N.C . 4 - jC.oaay.
4r.M.j 29.80 S4 83eClm. - . jLt. Rain
er.li. I 29.73 5 f5 " 1.4fl ICToudr.
WEATHER REPORT.'.' .
Was Dif't, Ornci Chii BiGJit Or?ic - " J
Washington. D. iC, a.3 r.JO 1573.
raoBiiiUTira. r;. .
Korthtrest winds with clear asd olearing weather
and much lower temperature will prevail throughout
the Mississippi Valley and in the western Gulf Stat.
Easterly winds with rain will continue in the South
AUantio States. Southeast winds with threenht
we tther and rain will prevail on the Middle Atlactio
coast. Easterly winds with threatening- weather in
Mew England. Severe northeast winds with rain srad
snow over the lake region.
The TTell Known Barber,
Henry Johnson has removed his barber
shop from the old stand on Gay street to
the. old stand of Stacy & Angel, on Gay
street, where he is prepared to give a good
and elean shave to all his old customers,
and also to others who will give him a
call. : iil4dtf.
.. -Ji.ui..1 .! j t .. .i 'jgnasaegg
KXOX.TILI.E TTIIOEESAER HARKETS.
VnzostCLZ Orrics, Ksoitillx. Txj.,
7 Feb. 25, lltt.
Grain and Produce.
Grain. The grain trade duriig the past
week was fairly active. Wheat eoalinues at
1 90a2 00 with no indications, however, of any
further rise. All that has been offered at these
figures found ready sale; ' The river is now
down to a fair boating tide, and the weather
being more favorable, it Is expected that the
arrivals of prodico during the present week
will exceed that of the past. Wheat is in fair
demand at the figures quoted below. '
Frvvt. The market in dry fruit continues
dull and transactions are limited to local de
mands, with no indicatioLs whatever for a bet
ter market in that line. .
Flour. The market remains considerably
easier, there being a suScient supply for pres
local demands. Flour, however, continues in
Oats. The trade in. Oats is easier, there
being a considerable amount . in market, while
the shipping facilities at present, owing te the
heavy rain?, are not the test.
Corx In moderato request and demand
gcs. There eontinuosa fair demand for eggs
for shipping purposes; but the indications are
that they will decline some. Although somo
sales have been made at 22 cents during the
p.nst week, we can not safely quote them above
20 cents at present writing.
Bacon. There is but little doing i the ba
con trade; yet some sales have been made at
Timothy seed has advanced slightly. There
is also a tendency to advanee in clover eeed
The following are the quotations of leading
Wheat New prime white, active,. $2.00
amber S1.9o per bushel: red. Sl.8oal.U0.
Corn Is worth 62Je. loose, buying : selling
. 1 1 I J.I! I
price, ozauoo eacitea ana aenverea.
Lard Buying price 8a8c: selling at SalOc,
Oats In den,and at37Ja40; selling, sjtcked at
Hay Baled. $1.25al.So per, 100 lbs. Loose
from wagons, $1.25 per 100 lbs.
Dried Frit 2Ja23c for apples. Peaches
halves, i: quarters, 8a8.
'Flour Stock easier; best family brand?
$4.85 per sack ; extra, $4.00.a4.50
Bacon New nominal, 7a7ic; selling, 7Ja8c,
bhoulders, 6; sides. 74a; nam?. UalO.
Feathers Buying, prime, 57iaG; duok and
mired, 4UaoUc. . - -
Butter Buying . prioe, 12Jal8e. ; selling
in snipping order A)az2c.
Eggs Continue in active demand, at 224.
Beeswax 27c per pound.
Tobacco Tennessee leaf, 8al0.
Grass Seed Timothy, $5.00 per bushel.
Herds grass, $1.50 "
Blue " $1.60 '
" Orchard" 2.50" "
. " Clover seed, 7.50 "
GlKSEKG $1.00. "
Sexeka Snake Active, 80c.
Yellow Root Active, 8o.
Wool Washed, 00a65c per Ik
Trade in drugs Is looking up a little, though
the continued rain and bad roads are keoping
mary merchants from the city. Preparations
are being made by our leading houses for a
very large spring trade, which will open as seen
as the weather becomes settled. Wo quete:
Pure white lead, 14c. -Linseed
oil, $1.18H$1.24 per gallon. . i
Castor oil, $2.00a$25 per gallon.
Sul ph. auinine, $2.65 per. ounce.
" Morphine, .75c. per drachm. .-.
Refined borax, 40c. per pound.
" camphor, 6oe. per pound. ; i
Coal oil 40c. per gallon.
The general tendency of most goods is to ad-
vance. " -
" Dry Goods.'
The wholesale trade in dry goods daring the
past week has been somo brisker than during
the previous week. The present week opens
out fairly, and if the weather continues good
heavy trade is anticipated, 'in ere are no
changes to note in the prices of leading articles.
and merchants acquainted with the priecs cur
rent for some time past, can be.gtuded y
live Stocfc Marltet. ' '
These reports are made up from actual sales,
and the readers of the Chronicle may rely upon
their correctness. ' ' : .
BEEF CATTLE. -
Good grades are in active demand, but e-nly
number one cattle will bring the highest prices;.
A further advaneo has taken plaeja diajing the
past week over provious quotations.-
Quotations. A 1at cattle, 4a4ie,;:"goed
beef cattle, 3a4c. ; ordinary eattle, 2ia3c.
': HOOR ' ;
Are in request by city butchers, but they are
scarce, l'rime lots sen at mu prices. . ,
QuoTATroys. Prime fat hog, 44. Good, 4a
41. Dressed hogs are worth ia6e.
'. . : sheep, r '. '
None offerinsr.' Good Bhep wouli " jfeadil r
command $4.00 per head. For, inferior sheep,
no demaad. - . - '
'. HAT. ' ' '
ITav is freeiv offering at SlJD0al.lt per ewt
The supply is equal to the demand, . : '
Quotations. i.iu per :ewt. .leose irom
wagons ; Baieu, 91.10a1.zo. ; . : -
oats '' . .' r: ',
Are dull at $1.00 per cwt, .
'::': FODDER AND SHUCKS. ;
Fodder is in request at S2.00a2.50 per hnadredl
bundles, but little ofiering. and would find ready
sale at this price. -
bhucksare worth Sl.G per owt.;; . ; ,
Cincinnati Mnrkf T. '' ' ' J .; , ' .',
Cincinnati, Feb. 2J Flour dull, $7.78.
Corn quiet, 39a40. Pork Arm and held at
$14. Lard, steam held flrinlj', 7J : kettle
steady at S. Bacon steady; shoulders, 5a
I; clear rib wdes, 7;: clear sutps, 8; vnls
KcoiTille Retail Hrtet.
Af pics-dried 451lB Meb f bus. jk.-s
" creenSl WaS 001ba. Nails, 31?10
Butter, 23301fi Oats. bus 40 4o
Beans, dry. 810cit " sheat ?cwtl 103 tl
Baoon. Hams,, e., 151 Onkns, tl.:U(?i
" ouatry,nil2tb Poultry Chickens. I"0afS
" 8.d. ,lul2kfS . Ducks. M
M Shoulders, 8&"tt i vdeese. Sfi'StiO
Benrax...JX)340 - Turkey?."- I.l'5
Beef ?reen 510tt Peo-dr'd.bu.-l.&.'l.
- . dried. 2CKt-25Fa Potetcfl sw't ?bl.2 'l l.W
Cand!8,9tl 1 " Irish. 8JH0
Col Oil, 50?-60mrl Peaches dxied,n 99 1
Coffee 25-301?ifi Powder, , 4C50?to
Cheese 2035fo Rice, Vl&
Cotton YainJ,doi,ln20 Sayar cruihcd. V!b IS
Cora. t5bu ,r Coffe 15lo
Cabbage, 103Ckj - Yeilow 1-VS1-5 I
Bs. Vdo 3LK&25 - Brown. 11 i'-i.
i loait ainily c.9)at;i.d0 boaD, ?oar. , wslu
Extra, .606 0 gait. sacs.....- it
M I SuperflneH.a.SS Syrup 50 Jl.Orifp.l
Fish fresh, 10?m Shot. loii'?
Cod, frlO'ptB Tea green,... 1.75 ?
M '.Mackerel. Slw M black. aOSlJiOa
foathers 506o!Ui) Tar... 50"!
May, ClOOat 2? Vewt Talloir. 1
Lrd.?!b 15 Vinegar.'? ai i0 rm
MolMses. ftl.30& 60 '
tfTAS ?,goCt.. . JSC. HA.EI05. JXO.fl-iABi.
GOULD, BARTON & CO.. !
Asa Y r , ' :
DEALERS IN PRODUCF.
Bnitcr and ??s : Siccl lllcs
' ASITT9 ATS XA5VriCTtSSR3
STEVEN'S, PATENT EGG CASE
ALABAMA 8TBBKT ATLANTA. C A. '
Atlasta, Tcb: 10, 1873.
Owing te the obi-tructions of the railroads
centering in the city, consequent opon the
floods, etc., trade has been somewhat curtailed
for the past week. the merchants not being ab!e
to obtain goods to thip to customers. The
Northern and Western produce has been de
layed so long as lo almost completely strip tho
market of these articles, by reason of the dam
age done to the "Western and Atlantic Kailroad;
there are said to be some nine hundred cars in
Chattanooga waiting transportation over it.
Quite a number of cars came through this
aiorning, and in future there need be no fears
of detention, the bridge at Eesaca having been
repaired, and other portions of the road fixed
up. Tho Macon and "Western" Eailroad still
remains crowded, refusing to take freight fi ly
in small lots.
"We note an advance in the meat market in
the West. . Up to thi3 writing it has not reached
here, so as to materially change the quotations
given. That there will be an advance in a day
or two can not be doubted.
We quote as follows :
Wheat $2 25a2 40 per buriu-l f .r r:m while;
red $1 Soal 90.
Corn 874c for whi!e; mixed ?Z-.
Corn Meal 87i.
Flour superfine, as7 Xa7 (A); "aIi-h, 7n,
9 0, family $10 COalO CO; fancy brr.dj$Il IV
8. C. Hams -14aHl.
Bacon Clear sides 81.
Potatoes $4 004 60.
Apples $5 50a7 00 per barrel.
Dressed Turkeys $1 COal ot).
Dried Fruits 2Ja3 for pe.'.ches; apples 3Jal
MARKETS I1Y TEIEftn.riI.
Kew YoltK, Feb. 2G. Money the press
ure was jjreaier to-day than any previous
day. Call loans ranged from 1 f per
diem or 91J per cent, per annum. Ex
change, 81aS,. Gold, $1 14Jal 15. Gov
ernments dull and steady. 62s, 15; o, 16;
new 5s, 13. States very quiet.
Cotton dull ; sales 75-5 bait; uplands,
207 ; Orleans 121,
Uet receipts, 620 bales ; gros, o,12.
Flour, Southern, more active ; in buyers'
favor; common to fair extra, S6.00a8.3-;
Rood to choice, Sr8.35al2.75. Whisky Ola
0U, closing at 91i. Wheat, npring, dull,
la2 lower; winter, unsettled and lower;
very little demand for any kind. Corn
dull; new mixed Western, C5'.. Pork
quiet aud firmer; new mess, S15.00al5.12i.
$eef dull ; plain mens, $9.00all.7o ; extra
mess, $12.00al3.50. Lard very firm, 8 7-16
as n-io. f : '
i St. Xxnls Blarkel.
Sr. ; Louis, Feb. f5.--Flour dull and
lower. Corn quiet Whisky dull, 89. Pork
flrmr $13 75. Bacon firm.
Louisville, Feb. 24. Flour moderate
inquiry, family extra, $7.50. Corn good de
mand, 40 for mixed, 42 for white. Pork
14. Iiacon, a fair demand, shoulders 6,
clear rib sides 8, clear Bides, packed, a8.
Lard, steam, steady, SJaSJ; choice leaf in
tierteOJaO. kegs, 7. Whisky steady, 87.
A GREAT BLESSIXG.
KeverJ oinee tbe t ne "when the morninsr s'urs .-ang
together." his there been a crea'er medical d soevcry
ar.d blessing to the human race than the
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH STCL'X.
This delightful and rare eom pound Is tbe active
prineip o. obtained by enerniem process, irom tne
Ulobe Jr lower." known alfo as Uatton noot, ana in
BoUny as "Cephalanthuu Occidentals "
ulobk r Hi we a touGH btbcp 13 almost on lniallib. e
cure for every description of Cough, Coldn.lroar.-ene.'s,
Sore Throat. Croup. Whooping Cough, Pleurisy, lnfl i-e-v
Asthma, Bronchitis. Ac: and wi 1 euro Confump-
Sa. when taken a time asthourands will etitr.
w.i.jbb Flowbr Cough Sthcp will cure tbe most ob
stinate eases of Chronio Cough and Lunj affection,
when all other boasted remedies fail.
ulobk Flowbr Cough SvKcr does not contain a par
ticle ot opium.'cr any ef iu preparations.
QLOB8 r loitbb uocchotbu? does not eont nn a tnr-
tielaof poieon. or any ingredient that co-Id hart the
most aencaie cnuu.
Globb Flowbr CorcH BTarp has become, where
known, the most popular Cougb Medicine in the ccun-
trr. beeauee it has succeeafuUy withstood the three
great toe ts of merit, viz: Time, Experience, and Com-
euuon, and remain., aner pacing tnronga this or-
eal, the best article of its kind in tne world.
Globb Flower Cough Syrup is pleasant to the
taste, and dees not disagree with the most del icile
Phvsiaians who have consumptive patient, are in
vited to try the Globe Flowkb Cough tiTRup. lta
maxiral effects will at once be felt and acknowledged.
Beware ot counterfeits: tbe genuine has tbe word.
Globb Flowbr Cough braup clown ia each bottle.
and t .e signature ot the proprietors neon each label
The trade-mark label and compound are protected by
Letters Patent. - .
Don t take anv ether artiela nsnsiihnMtntefortjLOH1:
Flowbr Couca fiTBrr. If vour Drusraiet or Alerchant
has none on hand, request him to order it for you.
.- Thousands of Testimonials of the most wonderful
eures are conftaaUy. be ng reoeived from tbi 2orth,
ur, West, and South some of wuich seem almost
Botdby Druggists at fl.tw per bott'e. for one-
half doxeii. J. S. PBiiBtt 4 CO PropTs. .
. J AUanta.Ua.
V MUSTER A CO., ThoIu.le Agrents,
i22deow3m VV 'Si?11"1 Tl,y'
' i BaielielAr'A- Ilnlr n.
'TbUtniierb HAIR DTE is the Best in the Wcrld
Perfectly Harmless. Reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No Ridiculous tint?, or Unnleasun
Odor. The genuine W. A. BATCH ELOR'S HAIR
DYBrroduees IMMEDIATELY a a d1 end id RLAPU'
or NATURAL BROWN. Does not Stain tbe tTkin.
but leaves the HAIR CLEAN, SOFT and BEAUTI
FUL. The onlvtiafa and PERFECT Dv Kol.l hv
all Irroggista. Factory. ttJND BXNeir York.. , .
TO ENJOY LTF
A. hi, SPir?0 Cc BRO.
BAKERS AND C0NFECTI0NFRR
..IToi' W'Iiolosaloniia Tlctail.
They :re rrcf arel io funiih cvcryLhiKi ia a 3aker
lino at shor: nut ico.
Country nic-cfaaais are ro3pectfury invited to m...
me their eiovk. A. M. 6iIKO Jt bV, )
novJU iy - - 73 Gny Street. KnoxrLIe. Ten"n.
St. Louis, Memphis, Sa.saTlIIc and
tajiocga Kail road liac-
C'oiitral Slor-t Iloutc.
V.iihout chOjre f Crs to NahriHe. McKenrle
nwn G'.'5'-4,1,ck,I'1,a.t'c!umba?. Humboldt. Brow:
vi!!c. and Jlemj.hij, v
tf ALT OSE eEAiUE
To Jsctroa. Tcnc' Pad aeab. Kentucky. Little Eoct.
i . Cairo and St. Louis.
JIare than 133 Allies Shorter ta St.Lenh
Thaa via Mem phis or Loui?vilIe. nd from 8 to 13 hunn
(juicier thiUi via Corinth or Grand Junction,
Ask forTic'aetato Men2 his and the Southwest vVa
CttaUHn-X Ka aM?McLeni:e,ttnd to Sr. Louie tad the
st""-?:?54 vifwXa-'bviilo n i CcJumbua all Bail: er
r.jihville n t IJ.cjvnrtn P.ail si Hirer.
The Ltfvtkt e-il TUtes for Kmiraubj,
With mow AdvnU?e, Quicker Tune, and Fewei
Changes of Cc tbn any ether route.
Tickets for Sale h: a!i Principal Ticket Offices tn th
t JXO. W. T1I03IAS. QenTSait.
EY. (ieu'l P. and T. AxenU
v. . I.hY. Geu'l P. and T. Azent.
M. ilA.iltJLL.PaeS. Aff k'nnTrill T
H:V7? r e tikSni 1 thr tlpno: An t em.;!
1V3S. O. T3X03IAS & BRO.,
.Hjr:i irrernia2eatlvc;'ik!;gbel an arerpy in Enox--.lie.
wearrreraredtotiiU lordf.'s for Siatinr. phain
i.i .ra-meiitaL at low rates.. PartvuSar attenUeo
A !i orders orletters aiJressl to A-C. Erace. Archt-
'. M i-'.j.ia Temple. iriJl receive prompt attention.
1 1eplWtfl .
Boot and Shoe Maker,
. ?."J. 0 UAYSTfiSEI.
Iviojl villo, Xcxin.
Cuitcrn . Made Work. o;i Hand,
, """ l'OZl UViD AXD rKGED.
Xs5?.ir! rei.tl7 Fzecatel oa Short Notice.
Orders prompt'y attended t.
Ssi iilrancsry at Clinton,
AXDEKSOS COUNTY, TEXSESSEE.
Vri:C!tEAS. R.n.GRATZ. t. A. PERDICARIS.
A-V.Ulc!Ve Jonathr.n Steward. H. A. Stiles.
V . K. hterlia?. John ;. Keddinir. Chin. K. Morrell.
j b js. J. Magili, und Chide il. Steward, have I:ed
thoim mended petition for a charter of incorporation
to bo known 03 'The Poplar Creek Mineral Railroad
Company." prayinsr for all tbe ri hts al powers and
privileges allowed by law. to enable them aa a ooroo
rat on to construct and operate araiiroad. tocomme ee
in Anderson county on the Mountain Fork of Peplar
Creek, near Dannaon 'a Gap. and run thenca north
eastward a'OMg tho valley outh of Wal len's Ridge to
a point on tho Knoxville an 1 Ohio Railroad, between
Ciintoi and Cuai Creek, with .a five mile branch up
said Mountain Fork. .
Thi is tberelore to notify all persons to appear be
fore stud Chancery Court f tbe :e; al term on the
Saturday before tbe secned Monday in April nent. to
ehow cause, if any they have, why said prayer should
not be prantel. and a deer o of incorporation pro
nounzol. orsuid petition will then and there be acted
on ex parte.
It is further 'ordered that th; notice be published
fr thirty dayj in tha Knoxville (Tena.) Daily Chroni
cle. Done lit ef-lco. th' IVbruiry 22d. 187.5.
M. H. WUlTaON. d'k A M'r.
A true c: jy cf tbe order. Ate-t:
ii2HlJ0i WM. it. WliirSOX. C;"i k Jl'r
Chancery Court at .Knoxville, Terirj,
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
" ' ' 'ifo.'ttca
Jatne-: 1. T.15 lor. D. Hopk"et.'J. T. Wilder, George An
drtw, ll.H.Tuylor and Charges H. Brown, ex parte. .
rfllE AUOVE NAMED PARTIES HAVING filed
JL their pc:ition in tno Chancery Court at Knoxville
asking to oe in onorate 1 int- a body rijlitie and cor
porate tor tno purpose or manuUcturuflHt Knoxville
or some other convenient point in E-iftTennessee. by
tbe corpor.it name and etyio of "THE TAYLOR RE
PEAlING ORDNANCE AS-iOCIATlON.'Mn accerd
ance with the act ef tbe General A?etnbly of Teanes-
se. in men cao maue na provided.
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Muter that
publication be uiado tor thirty days ia the Knoxville
Daily Chron.ele, notifying all persons who may deir
ho to do. to appear before the'thancery Court at Knox
ville, on r r before th s 3 1 Monday of March, next, and
resist said a pplieatio j. or the pama will ba proceeded
A c py tf the order. Test:
M. L. PATTERSON. C. k M.
iil i:.) Py W. A. GALBRA1TH. D. C. k M.
Sale of Valuable Xaml5 near Knoxville.
ttie 3.1 Say of Jlay, 1S73.
T)Y VIRTUE V A DECREE PRONOUNCED BY
1) th-Utiiftd States Dbtric; Court for th E. stern
Dirtrict ot Tcuncj-co. at tho Janu iry term. in tho
matter of Sani'l 11. Davis Co.. banknote. I will ie!l
at public pale, to tho best, bidder, all of that tract of
lind which lately belonged to Sm'lH Davis. E-qr..
shmttdon te Knoxville an i CiintonTu npike, about
cnem'le and a half d'Mait from the city of Knoxville.
Said trrct conta ns about l' aere?, 00 acrts of which
if well timbered. It is ail productive, and lies well,
offcri. e tbtj mot desirable sites for "uburban reti
d nces. and thu ma el gile locations for market gar
dens, nur ere. ontairy farms, to be found in the vi
cinity of the city. It will be carefully surveyed, and
sub-divided in o plats and tracts to suit purchasers.
A plat of the ground will bo prepared for inspection S3
eon as practicifolc.
The terms of the ?a!e w'wl Ij 3 : Dne-third of purchase
mon y in caso. one-third in .-ix uionths, and one-third
in twelve month . from the day of salo. without inter
e?t. Notci with approved security will be taken for
the unpaid 1 urcba.-e mon y. and a lien retained on the
1 nd as adl.tional security tbrefor.
S. N. VANCE, Assignee
in Etntrujlcy, cf Saia'l H. Lavis A Co.
Coal a 11 (3 Wood, &c.
B. If. ST11';SC.
R. E. il EWIX.
B. H, WILtft
M'EWEN. WILEY &:C0.,
MINEPo AND DHLIRS IN
Z ft 71
lC TTh m
Won! I mo-t rc.-pce: fully inform their frindj and th
pub ic that they are now ureDared to furnish n- noun.
AT. REDUCED, micfcS
A Very Superior Article "of Ccial.
All oTdcTS Ic;t at. A. in. Jenkins', on Broadstrect.fr
1.. McLwen A to . tiay stKet. will be promptly at
tended to. Givcusatral. oeUi-ly
. KENNEDY, & MORKOW,
, MINEPjS AND DEALERS IK r
WHEELER'S BITUMINOUS COAL
3-ALL ORDERS ATTENDED TO PR0AIPTLY.-W
Coal atid Wood delivered in any 1 art 01
Oaict at the Stere of JAMES KENNEDY.
.o. 159 Gar Street, KX0IYJLIE, TOX.J
j IF YQU WANT-