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qiB DA1LT CHRONICLE.
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f tb lines, solid jNeui'a". w v : -
1 yK?tl?ceft0entente rer line each insertion.
1 KotSfiTe cenU per line each insertion .
5 $P ,2Hmti dtte after first insertion. lV
f TOwUsements payable Quarterm
idSKenU payable on demand after first in-
' Grnla und Pro-tlae. -
The eran market during the week his been
mietwita but few if any transactions.-There
s no change in quotations, and they remain
below. As before stated, occa-
Lonallj a ma11 lot is purchased for milling
numoses at a small advance on the figures eiven
J Tbe flour market continues easy, the market
bciflgwelt stoctea ana prices are ranging iuw.
Several heavy transactions were had duriDg the
week at quotations.
The Corn market is steady, and corn is only in
moderate demand at figures given below.
There is no activity in the egg market, there
liiintr no demand forshimin2 Durnoses. -r
The bacon trade is rather dull and quiet, little
or none being offered while there is only a
Grass Seed. There is nothing doing in the
Vrgii seed line, and quotations remain un-
7 3 J
The ioiiowing are me quotations vi icauing
Wheat Old prime white, $1.50; amber
14-') per bushel ; red, $1.40
Coax Steady, buying sackod and delivered,
11 a 1 . J a V - 3
'iOOc; selling in same condition at C2JaGoc.
Lard Scarce, buying price 9al0c; selling at
oats Light demand at 35c; selling, sacked at
.. ti i i , nr.i !t inn It-.- T ..-
X caiea, qpi.Ji.oj iJcr iua. jjwsc
m wagons, $i.zi per iuu ids.
'iiied Fruit Nominal, 2Jc for apples.
aches, halves, 4; quarters, 3a3.
t ottr fetocK easier : cnoice, c.uv ; iuiun.v ,
lying, $3.50a3. 75 per sack; extra, $3.23.a3.50;
fling best family brands, $3.75a4.25, per sack;
Bacox In demand; buying hog round, OialO;
Ding lOalOJ Buying, shoulders, 8c; sides,
fjhams, lOiallc belling, shoulders, a9c;
les, lOlallc ; hams, 12ial3c.
Feathers Buying, prime, 60a05 ; duck and
Gutter Very scarce, buying price, loalo;
linK in Ehimnne order 20a22ic.
Egos -In good demand at Hal2c.
AGS oJC -
eeswax 27a28c per pound.
obacco Tennessee leaf, 8al2c.
kass Seed Timothy, 5.UO per busnei.
Herds grass, S51.6U "
Blue " $i.ou
Orchard " 2.50
r-n i w -
Flax Seed $1.00. ;
Bexek v Snake Active, 80c.
Vello Root Active, 8c.
; .Wool Washed, 40c per lb.
Live Stock Market. ; r .
hese reports are made p fNttLetieA sales,
the readers oftheCHRCNiCLima rely upon
r correctness. 1 : ;
aUle dull on account of there being littio
,h meats eaten. There is no demand. In
feof any sales the quotations may be put at
c for medium size tat and at 21aJ for mc
kn to good.
fhe demand good: No. 1. 3&31 : medium to
M 2la3. Fat lambs will sell at 3. '
' Drug. ' ; .
rhero has been great activity in the dru?
during the past week, owin to the general
te about cholera. Larere sales of Opium.
hme and Chloroform are reported, but no
rial advance in prices, except upon Ooium
Morphine has been noticed. Opium is now
g at )f'J per lb. and .Morphine at $b.7o per
ry large sale of Dr. Hart's Great Relief
ijtie s xilixir lor cure of cholera has been
durine last week at regular prices. Other
Is at regular quotations.
ICorrected to Saturday June 21st, 1873.
icon and Salt Meats are nnirt and lower. (Jrnin
at--this article has been very dull, and prices have
nenced a considerable decline, and m view of the
poie prospect of the new crop, it is more than
y mat me decline will continue. Corn market
Steady, and in resnrmsn tn aiivannM in tViA Wc
es have become 2a3c better vithin the past few
:- 11 . are Quiet ana nrm at quotations. Hay
and fair at. lust wnpk'a fiirnrns V lnn. TU.,. J
Win city and Western brands has hMt lieht -arith
tea ruling about the same as at last review. Lard is
l request ivt nnchanrwi
s. x.uttcrand Chickens, continue as heretofore re-
cu m goott demand at tull prices. Domestics lo-
iuj ars quiet ana uncnansci.
MS9rSiiee; Clear Rib, lOVfell;-
iliers. 8-ii(S 9. Tnn.A Meat. c- ' i
u . ,r - , ,r "-"'i-o una ill uu
...on uwucu. aui'tju: i;onnrrw onrt
e at 25(3 30. vDD
EA?Market Quiet and lower- olin!.o i .
P", 1 1 6o: red. II tn ""v , J
tsvVhite'?5J0; mixed and ye'.low f2'i85.
t Nominal at v,nci,.i ' a
LrTlr lte.and mK,??. 6065.
I e5l7 Srf.0 flp.M, superSne -5.75(
KnoxiUle KetaU Market.
ea dried.. k&St .'.
reen Jl 50a3 Oiwibn. NaOs, , "ua
-..-. .iJfi yats. bue a 45
1' lilt sheaf. Wcwt 93 f 1 CO
5S2fifl? Onicnar itfJibn
pTj.tv, 14'10riU fOUltrV IThiptena 9;,1t;
treen fWai ?4v n . . "a-eyB.ioiou
a. 506orai p-a-v-JIK
70?bu ,p -Coffe T if ??
'iri "wf' 'J C5aiu sacK tr
od. ii tft &hot 1520?lb
Mackpr.1 TeMa-fn,...W1.751 lb
t! black. .601JB?A
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t f BODCCI MARKET. - ' .
- Atlakti, June 7th, 1573.
Red 51 90a2 00; whUe 2 10a2 20; amber 12 6
Fancy JU ft i :',.i..
W 20. 6nrllM 17 5ft fine 6 OOaO Stft shorts-
UTBKX5-l20al25. ' ?
MI1TS Clear nh iiH. ln.ui .
r w4aii, eugar cured hams . (canvassed)
pierces 1010; cans 1VA; bucket 1
Pat rear... """'I'rnrw 1 50
gibs of Twenty. r over. v eov7--
Dvm ,01ce Ximotliy M 31 5; country U 25
!i-F.-Dned. ljI7; fresh, lOisA) per lb.
j Dry Goods.-'
: The trade in dry goods and general merchan
dise during the past week has';been as good as
usual at this season of the Tear." Coffee :is jstill
auoted at I cent higher, There has been a de
cline of 1 cent on the ' 'Bunnell," "American,' 1
and "Sprague" light prints". Pther prints re
main as quoted below : " - -----
Fancy prints, 6ic.allc." Fancy delahes,20d.
4-4 sheetings, 7ic.al3cs dinghams; i2ic25 1
ULST OF EETTEKS,:',
i Advertised Jane 24V 1873.
Persons calling for these letters will please say '.'Ad
vertised." and eive the date of this list. If not called
lur wiinin one monm, mey wiu do eenv u me xoaa a
-n ' . 1 .1 t. l j & .1 ,v A I
Lietter Umce. Une cent will be collected on each letter
when delivered. ,-gt-. r. ..
"A Joseph Allen (col). Mark Arch er. ...
B Brock & Chapin. Demeey BorliBon,T P.Bishop,
Miss Elizabeth Baker, Mr
JJimet.'Mrs So pi
C Alexander Copeland (col) 2, Amanda Collins,'
Abrm Cline, Andrew Cox. Belle b ConklLoiIri Jen
nie Cofer, Mies Susie S Curtis. ; -
1 Ellas Dodson. ;
- F Geo Farmer (col), J Q French,. J'.B.Foy.
i Miss Alice Galloway (cpDrMiss Ann Graham(eol),
Edmund Gardner, Mrs Isabella Gray,' John Griffin, Jas.
K Griffin. " ; " iv. v -K ' -
II Ann Harrison, Anthony IInme3, Aliphas Hon
ter, Geo O Uouser, Lee llodsre (col), M A' Hooper, M It
Hemler, Nancy Uill (col), Taiason Holder. "
. 'It Mrs Susan Kelly. r -'
21 Caroline Maskel, Mary AMitohell, Misa Rachel
P-Prof -Alex M PresnelJ Ma; PrcsneU (col).-W G
Parks. Wm Preston. -
U-MiUy Rivison (col). Saml-Reynoldd, Mrs Bettie
a Alias lieien jsparKs, J .i csicy fjnutn iso
Sarah.C Spickerd. W C Sherley.. - - - -,
T Miss Amanda Tbs. r ? Bt?.n- I
V Miss Elizabeth VauKun. -; - -L-.
W Mrs Bettie Whitlock. David Wa'hintton.TIlS
N L Wilson. J C Wildon, Miss Maggie William?. Nan
cy J Wilson. sn e
. x lom lorner.
K-AST TE 3f.I ESIa C lis '
i Jb AJN V AbillilNU .1 .
j KsfabIIslied:18G5.' " ;"
,73 ; charlestseymour;
Attorney and Counselor
DEVOTES -HIS ATTENTION EX-r
Real Estate - Practice,
MANAGEMENTAND, SALE OP LAND
f J ? and Organization of Companies..!. . '. 'r
'Vy' J i I: . 1 i ---I- v.
, ; ' ' ' 1 ii '.-i: ir"v jri" i r'. - '- - "
Abstract Titles made, accurate Surveys superintended,'
: Defective Titles made perfect, 'faxes-paid.
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OFFrCF TTRCT TOf)R ROTTTTT ril? f -'3 '
East Tenn. lYafioafil CanR;f:6;
t: f ''Knoxville, Tennessee."!'
Correspondence solicited from all interested la Real
Estate, i The East -Tennessee Real-Estate lies Later
For Heed Orgaiis t V;
Lessons, Scales, Studies, Voluntaries,' Interludes
Songs, Quartettes, and large Collectionc Choice Organ
Music. By L. O. Emersox and W, S. B. Matthktts.
gentlemen of high musical culture, whi have produced
a thorough, excellent method, filllcd with music which
cannot fail to make the progress of the learner mos,
agreeable, as it is sure to be rarid. Price t2 50. -. v- r .
..The EIVSR? OF.'iLIFE.f?'
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The Publishers announce the near completion ef this
charming SABBATH SCHOOL BOJiQ BOOK, to which
more than thirty of the very best writers and composers
contribntc. It will appear in July. Send orders uarl v.
Specimen pages free.: Retail pricet35 eta, ' -
1 THE ORG MWrfdM :
FOR RKCIJ ORGANS,, . .lJ 50
Clarke's Dollar Instructor for. Reed Organs?
" ! --.- . Pianoforte.: I
4i S iolini:
OLIVER DITS0N & CO., CIIAS; U. DITSON & CO.
Boston. ' ; Tit B'dwayflfew Ye'r,k.V
y ! iv4-alwtf.-t ' . ;-; -. - . -.
' ' :. No. 2,524.-h" i T;.-
J ohn Baxter, E. P. Bailey,' B. J. Sanford "'tVilia m P.'
Chamberlain and A. J. Albere, partners, doing bus
: V"5e1S3UnSr t Btyle of San ford. Chamberlain i.
r. Albcrs; ffm. Rule and A. J. Kicks, partners, doing
. - business under the style of Rule &-Ricks; E.U
i ' m ?PVV 1;rGoJfieLt J-SLThorBburgh, Charles D.
McO-uffey, V. R. Tuttle. John fV Spencer H,
Bradley, Adrian Terry, James B." Johnson; Victor
Burger and S. Burger, partners, doing business un
. . dcr the style of V. 'Burger & Son; Peter Kern. Jas.
: ; B. Hoxsie, Robert L. Gaujt, Horaew Maynard;D.T.
ri Boynton, Charles Seymour the firia of liough 4c
i - Co., H. M. Aiken, Spencer, Munson,? James M.!
( ''Meek. P. Dickinson; Ambrose Gaines, Jamea L.
Gaines and Gaines Bearden, 5artneTS. otii?T busi
ness under the style of Gain;, Broi & Co; framuel
B. Boyd, T. H.Ueald, A. R: Xlcnes. R." S, Payne;
Thomas O Conner and James O'Connor, parsers,
doing business under the stylo of T.Q'Conneric Co,;
A. G.Scott, W. H. Simmonds and J.P.Scott, part
ners, doing business under the style of Scott. Sim
monds &- Co.: C. jIL Poache, C. M: McGhee; W.yf.
Woodiuff and W. E.Gibbins, partners, doing bus
iness under the style of "WV W JVoodrrff Sc Co.; A1.
L.Maxwell; Wm. Williams. James C. Sturesand
W m. E, Williams; partners, dying business under
the style cf. .Williams. Sturges & Co P. M, Wil-.
liams, C. Zimmerman and E M. Wilson. partners,"
doing business under the style of -Williams, 'Zim
merman & Wilson; R. C. Jackson; W."T. Bell and
AV. M. Bell, nartners. doinr,' bnsine flTidr he.
-1 style of BeU & Bell; C. CoUen, S. T. Logan 3mi J
xwomufcc suu k. v. xu-LuugB, pinners, uoing dusi
; ,ness under the style of Ramage'Jc Co-i Jatnes'Ken
i. nedy, Robert Vestal, James ComforJtand I Haws
r. all fiitizens of the county of Knox an i Stateof Tea
I. nessee, except James Jd. Meek, -who is a citizen
. n ot.he. county Of J efferson and Stat' ef Tennessee.
The above named parties have filed'their
petition m the Chancery Court at Knoxville, for the
county of Knox and State of Tennessee, praying to be
incorporated," under the name and style ofr ?
: "Eastern DlTisionFairiA8SOci4tion),,J
for the purpose of holding Fairs -atMi Exhibitions, in
the Eastern Division of the State bf Tennessee,' for the
exhibition of live stock, agricultural jrodncts. -ma-'
cninery and all other articles and things tending to
promote agriculture, mechanics, art, science or indus
trV. tO Offer nreminma onrl nnrllv in a on
objecta and purposes of the laws of the State of Tennes
see in regard to the promotion, of agriculture, and.ta
th KClieraiiy any ana au tmngs tenaing to -promote
ln.tereBts of agriculture,- mechanics, fcrt,science and
rha k aeveiop the resources of the country ".
the'K why lettr0' and how i18' if ny
be proceeded with ex- PartV;mL B
It is ordered that this notice be imblUV.-r L'
ivld30d m: I, PiWi?B!?-4!i
XT. S. MaisiraiSafe
T If ILL SELL FOR CASH, IN FRONT OF COF" I
X ha, .Martin &Co.'8.Gay .ceL Fiwni-ti J
see, en tne Z4th day of J unc. 1873, tte'TofiowinVTS.
Eonal proccrty. to-wit; Fnkt,-fi-. Luwnr1 .P.cr
more or less, and on'CoVpcrStuiaVd Worm - and
hous inlaid ftj.
two Horse,: iaid 1..!!!
United States, for'tiolation KM ErLaV
;r - ...... rir 'r:- i -r.T .s.'P.'Evans.
ear ThMw 10 nouiy any ana an person to
R. C. 'JACKSON, " ' '. : :
The j Only Kational Bank Beiwectt VSalca Tif glnti, and CIcTelaiidy Tennesseei
JV i iDESK ATED ISePOSITIW OF; tHE UNITED rSTATES:, : :
i pJ:r;?U'-'-..'.'U Ci AStf srCCESBOES;TO '"i4' " 4S"'"X A
h - j FIRST
NATIONAL DAfiK OF
S TO ,CK:H.OL P EES.
J.Ri ANDERSON', Bristol.
ROBT LOVE. Johnson City.
F. W. TAYLOR. Sr.. Russell ville,
t- t ii-r-W BR AZ ELTON, New Market,
GEO. A. FAIN, Dandridge.
' " 1 S AM. McKINNEY. Knoxville,
t W. W. WOODRUFF,? "
R. M. BARK'N, Morristown,
AVM. HARRIS. Dandridge,,
J.E.RAHT. Cleveland,' i
H. H. MATLOCK. Riceville.
JULIA JACKSON, Knoxville,
. - Receives Deposits. Buys and Sells Exchange. Foreign and domestic. Dealsrsn Gold, Silver. U nenrrent Bank
Notes. United States, State. County and Corporate n Bunds nd Caupons. andw ido a QeneSliJ?1"a?4
Banking Business throughout the United States. - '. - i mchidwiy .
G E IV K H "jL Ta ;UfeIV
Cor. of Main and Crooked St-.
hia' special basiness, and keens the largest and finest assortment this side of Nashville
lescription- Burial Cases and Caskets, metal and wood, plain or ornamented, in every
or Ricamond, or every descnption- uuriai uases nu vna.ei,a, iueui auu wuuu, ijiwu ur uiB4mcm,,u''
style of drnament or emblem that caa ba obiained anywhere, such- as Catholic, Masonicw 1. U. V. r h.. r
u. Aic. n nrinivnf f!nffi: in Bvprv varietv of finish, including stained, walnut, velvet covered.
J cloth covered, rosewood. ."imitation" rosewood. &o.i can
WK.l. mU SM T VJl J A.4l. W U V &u .
1 will not be undersold ; has. an extensive variety oi
Screws, linings. laces, ace.- Also a nne iot or ouriai ivooo,
n.i.ni-.a ,'ntermnnfci and disinterments: will
telwrAln anenneu io ai once, oauoiatuwu uauiccu.
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CBAI & &
LUMBER; CEILING, FLOORING,! WEATHERBOARDlUG
8 A S H, B L I
h - 1 v ; 1
SnOP AND OFFICE NEAR
Eh 6 s vi 1 le;ifTe n nessee;
i 1 '
We are also rreoared. at short notice, to make all kinds
ness unit prices iuai ueiy cuuiycuLiuii.
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OTflUCO AMITl TliJUIADi:
D0LL0 W WARE, ,W00DES1VARE,f
4 RST.4, M OHlErB R 6 6 Ml
.1 .7 r- A.ND 7 '1 c::;
llousef urnisbliig- Goods Grnernlly.
.MANUFACTURER? OF --: j ;
5 . WINDOW CAPS,: &c,i : ,
SO. 58, GAY STREET,
keep. constantly ou band a f aU stocki
please our customers and to make it their
:t -V" Boolts and Stationery;? f ; : f:;oi
our siock ana - get, prices. . . y e guaiauiets baiiaiituuuii.
-linoxTillc Iron Go.
I ' ' SAMJtACTCESEa'cr ;t '
BAR IBOJNy . v-:;;-: : Y : a :l 1
Of I .IRON EENCINQ; .i-i sti
j I r a i-w- -r- v-v a s---vv -r -w . 'f I .
liners and Dealers in
w v.:: I COAL
COIA-'L- A JN D , G 0 K El
On East Tennessee, Tirnlnia and Georgia Railroal
i . West of Depot, " ,' ,. , t ,
majl ?7i i f
THE FEW YOEEIHES:
DaUy, 110; Semi-Weekly, $3; TVeekTy; f 2 ; Daily, with
1 Sunday Edition, J12. ......
A PpliU'3al, Literary and Miscellaneous i Newspaper
i A republican Journal;:5, J:i ,
1 Devoteil t Reform !h Municipal, btate, and uenera!
A liaper lar tto Mechanic 1
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vne uopy,,vne lear...t.....-,. ...-,....TO;.5 yu 4 -
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Alllo One Post-oJSceAddrVrs
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And one extra cody to each. club. :
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? xo tae geiieirup 01 no-viudi
' " ft hen thc.names of subscribers are required to be
written upon each paper of the Club at one Post-office
address, ten cents for each copy additional to the above
ratea. vi - - .1 .i.
Alfkinds of -: Job Work
At the CHRONICLE STEAM J0B0FFICE.
McCLUi?aj r ,,?
Cashier. , '
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N. BOGART. Philadelphia
T T A VT.t ITnAvriHa i
F- II.McOLUNG, -;'
S.B.BOYD. ' il
E P A n o,
I E R 'A: E .It,
three doors west of Court House.
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suit any tane , ready lor use: cannot d exceuea;
unaenaiters aoous, aucu aa uauuics, mcbwuwus, omus,
vwua w vawm iurn ; Ma
shin bodies v attend calls in city or. country, .Orders by
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and l DenlerS' in ; -'-
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HOP AND OFFICE NEAR K.' '& 0. R. R- DEPOT. J K . i- i :r. 1 yi
K. & 0. R. R- DEPOT, J
oi work usually connected with this branch of busi,
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CRAIQ & BARTLETT.
STAR ; STOVE !
KXOX ILLE, TENNESSEE;
of everything dn our riih'eWe- etudy'to
interest to buy of. us. -' Please call and see
BURR & lERRY,
l i.f t.v.
MAlVtJ JBA.CTXJR ETRS. r
4 ItOFFEBf FOR SALE
a a otr j J - -5 L - - - -
DRESSED CEIIiTNO -i cl f
WEA TIIERBO ARDIN G, '
. : - - s .
pick handles, 5
i - HAMMER HANDLES,
i HATCHET HANDLES,
- . SPOKES. ic )f
SEASONED PTjATTTT ' n 1 2 I
; YELLOW. POPLAR,;
v TITTtTTI ' A a rw-w
FRAMING LUMBER- .,7 -!J
j " sfici 1 : OF ALL : SIZES
" 'uuiun us-. aim;uiii wa
st of Jiailroad Depot
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d IUL 31 -A. It H O UBTE,
J C.ENjT R. ATL.X L O C A't e D.
' ir r; ! Iiirjrellooins, Good Betli: ,i ' "y-41
" i f THE ONLY HOTEL ON GAY,"STREET;.J f1
... . . v , . - . . . i : - ' ;2 1 1 -1
J. T. GU XIIKIE, Propfr. t
. t 3Xrs. WITHERS, 0
Professor of Unsic,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS THE" PATRONAGE
of the inhabitants of Knoxville and Ticinity. Tes
timonials from English and American professors and
friend . JP&n be seen at the Old Bank, corner Gay and
till . f , -tl f
Knoxville, Tenn., May 12
J0HX BAITER, E, P. BAILEY,
j President.' V Cashier.
EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT
:-;' : BANK, .
' 1 I Knoxville.' Tennessee.' ;". :
I ESTABLISHED I l.OO. '
tjryB are prepared to. purchase, ; at
j Best Rates, Gold, Silver,' Govr
ernnjent,L; State, .County, Oity, and
Railroad Bonds and coupons, Bank
of Tennessee Notes, New I and Old
Issue. ' TJncnfTfiTit ' RnnriArn : "Ranlr
jq-Qjg and East Tenn.. Va. and G a. R.
3 1 V ' , , . , B,
R; Stock. -' -A .dl y-i irt
We transact ?a: General Banking
Business, .buy, and sell 'Eastern, and
Southern Exchange at current rates,
receive deposits and make collections
upon the most favorable terms j v"
; 'Interest paid on Deposits in Sav inga
Baii XlepArtment'J - ; '
t Tickets Vb j . Inmao Anchor and , Kailona
Lines ;of Ocean Stfamcrs, and Exchange on
nil ine principal ciwcs 01 tnrope ior saic
! K P'B AILEY , Cashiei;.
R.;M. JIcCLUNG.Pres.- R. R. BEARDEN. V. Pies
I- oAM. liUUoiS, Cashier. -!.'. t . .
! . J
Boara of' lllrectors. '.'
fi. BJIELQAR. JAMES R. COCKE.
:D. T.'BOINTON, GE W, ROSS. . ..
. .. - i R.' R; BEARDEN." .
'"LMi;or .vf fill .rr.-''i
: s-J IJ Receives Deposits. .Unjs ftiid Sells . , (
1 Comptroller's Vyarrants'atld Vhcurrent Btuik Bills.
BAJTK OF TENNESSEE MOXEi:
"For Taxet oaland.f'ii Tt.ia Li: i viil dJtwtf
'C. M . McQHEE,1 - J JOS. Rl MITCIIELL,'
-President. n f i; ! i r : " i v ; Cashier. P
niV STATE DEPOSITOitV, ? T
' Of nci ; Ocoee Bank Building. Gay Street,' i '
j KN0XYJLLE,TENESSEf..i'J '?J'- r
'' ( -: ! -;:( iiji 'ri';'
Will transact a General Baniins andBrbkerasa Pu-
A.wwf v vw v yvvvoHC 100140 luiuiuaica UI XCUUClfc
deal in Excbange, buy Gold-and 4Sflver; Bank Jiotc
Bonds and Stocks. -1 1 . fu
e t refer that Collectors of Revenue khonld eorr, in
person or sena tunas fcy ascent instead of by mail '
express. -u-rn : i . , ? 2 f. TOS. R MITCHELL,
plZ7-tf r;-f. - (,- j. si!;! rt .Cashier
i '- 5 OF !
ihe Roersy i I e; Female; Institute.
THE CHANCERY COURT AT ROQER3VILLE,
in the cause of John Netherland and others vs.
tne Board of lru3teeaot the Koeer8vilIFtnsle Collr
and others, at ita May Term. 1873. having decreed that
tae Ueri anU Master sell the real estate and personal
property oi me xsoara oi irustees oi me rtogersvule
female College, in obedience to and under the author.
ity of said decree, I will, on the premises, in the town
of Rogersville, on : ,, . .. ,
Tuesday, July 15th, 1873,
sell to the highest bidder therefor, the said real estate,
consisting .of about FORTY At'REiS, on which is sit
uated the extensive and elegant college buildings.
wnicuwere ereciea at great expense expressly lor a
Female College & Boarding House
ef the first class. These buildings are ftnnstrnrtnl with
a view alike to beauty and convenience, and have al
ways been considered as the complete and tasteful in
At the Same time I will afso Sfill th fnrmtnrp nnii
other personal property of the College. .
;, TERMS s
A small per cent, of the palo mnnw-not lc.s than 10
nor more than 12 the precise amoaat to- be made
known on the day of sale: to bAna.ii.rt hand. t th
. remainder, one-third, to be paid at one year, one-third
at eighteen months, and
the day of sale. The postponed payments are required
10 do secured oy notes, bearing interest irom day of
sale, with personal security, and a lien Jor the security
of the same will also be retained on the property.
The rerl. estate will be sold free from the equity of
redemption, and the purchaser's title will be absolute
The purchaser can have immediate p'essessioa.- -
V 5 ' 11 C. M. BALES,' ' .
May 30th. 13T3.-40t " ' Clerk and Master. -
! DR. R. KNAFFEL, ; ;r
. GraUaitte of TIenna Collejrc, Germnu j, ''
A, PRACTITIONER OP MANY YEARS' '.EXPE
RIENCE, has opened his Office at the former res
idence of John E. Helms, on : ; ; .-, .)
CUMBERLAND STREET, . -.;;!
Between Henley and High Streets, .
BOOT' AND SHOE MAKER,
,AT THE SIGN OF. THE BIQ HAND.-
' Opposite the 2d Presbyterian Church.)
iPoifp Wozx'ot Every Description a Specialty.
HAVINO obtained the services of J. L Bybee, a
' first-cla33 workman, is crcnared to do arv kind of
WUrkin the Boot and Shoe line at the Inwpu (inr It
can oe aone at in town. - deeply,
Perfection at Last I
T'HE AMERICAN SEWTNd MACT1TNE MAKE55
X ' the Lock Mtitcb. rnnninir enilv. nnictlv und
quieuy, ana now tanas without a rivaL
x cr particulars, caU on or address,
. . X T, TT XT r, ...
vu-QOm : Market Square, Knoxville, Tenn.
U.S. MAIL PACKET, II L till MXB.TIS,
WILL IPLV BETWEEN LOUDON -'AND R OCK
WOOD, as follows i n. i to 7 r - '
uene .uuuuua uany vHiiaaya eiceptca at -a vi.,
arriving at Kineston at 8 A.M.. and at. Rnkvood at 11
A.ai., mamng connection witn U. S, mail pacset i.ucy
Coker, for all points below on Monday and Thursdays.
' Retmrning leave Rockwood at 11.-) A.M., Kingston
air.u anaamreatljOudonstar.iU. r j
'w freight or passage apply on board, or at Jar; M
Denni,, ap2odtf , WMLISON.Master & Cik.
TItlJSTEE'S SALE. ;
WHERHAS.-R- H. BROWN. OF THE COUNTY
of Knox and State of Tennessee, did. on the lat
day f November, A.D1872, make, execute and deliv
er tome, the undersigned, his trust deed, as the same
appears of record in the Register's office. State and
aanntv aforesaid, in Trust Book B. vol. 1. naees .11 1 ".
and noted in Note Book. A. nacre 12. to eeuure Cowan.
, Aieuiung x jo. in a promissory note and interest t&erc
on.due them from the said Brown. -drawn November
lath, A. D. 1871, payable one day alter daie, and ealling
for seven hundred (70o) dollars, whereon are the Allow
ing eredits. to-wit: January 1st. 1872, $100 00; March
22d, 1872. foT 00; Aprill 2th, 1372, $50 W. And. whereas,
the time within which said note, together with the in
terest, was to have been paid has expired, by the terms
and conditions of said deed of trust; t , - .1
Now. therefore, in view of the premi.e3 and the pow
ers in me verted. I will proceed to selL in bar of the
equity of redemption, to the highest bidder, for cash in
hand, at the court house door in Knoxville, Tennessee
on the 12th day of July next, at 10 o'clock. 1. v thl
following described lot, situate on Crozier street, in
xvuoiviuo. xennessee, pounaed. ara aescriDed ad fol
lows, to-wit; Being lot No. 23. purchased by Thcmas
lo. to-wit: Being lot No. 23. purchased by Thomas
Is Oldham at a sale made under a decree of the Cha
eery Court, fronting fifty feet-and running back o..'e
hundred and fitly feet, more or less, and hv said fli.u
ham conveyed to said Urown on the 27th of August,
The proceeds arista out of siiJ sals win be annlkd.
first, to the payment ef the costs of tbe same; secondly,
to the satisfaction of aaki note, luneuntins on .data of
sale, including interest, to five hundred, s ad for ty ',510)
dollars and eighty-eight (83) cents; and lastly, the bal
ance, if any, will be paid to said R. 11 . Brown. Imme
diately after the sale a deed in fee simple will be given,
ad alse posssssion. W, B.JTRENCIJ,
j Watering Places. ; ,
BLoirjsfT s corxTir,, east. temn. r
- - : M ' -5 f , i i i U i
fflimVOBIIB SUMMER RESORT. SITUA
X TLD in Blount county. East Tennessee, will be
opened for the reception of visitors oa tho s ' . - -'
IStlx OF JIAY, 18?3,
and maintained in a style worthy the patrvaga of a
-The marked beneficial resulta attending the, use of
these waters, in functional diseases of the
Liver, Bowels, Kidneys and Skin, f
and the cure of Chronic Disease?, attest their Medial
Properties, s r - -
.All the accessories for enjoyment and recreation at
tne b- st watering places will be found here Special
an"etl0., will be given to the comfort and improve
ment ot invalids. -. ..... ..,
JJROTJTES, DISTANCES, &c. :
r Visitors to 'Montvale necessarily pass over the East
Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad. makin-th
?,iiiKnoll8,Tenne1&ae.e' PotJ thenca via
Knoxville and Charleston Railroad to Maryville, aix
teen miles, whence passengers are- conveyed in mail
stage running in connection with the trains to the
Springs, nine miles distant. - ;.. j :- - : .
I - board, v ; ; ;
1 r.-m iweeg - ,,,;.. ig qo
1 July, August and September 60 CO'
tmidren under ten jean of age, and colored servants,
half price. - - -
We have been fortunate this year In gathering a store
or cleas ice, so that guests may be fully supplied. Ad
dress, for the Pamphlet contaning analysis aid de
scription of the water, Ac, - - -
r , .Mm t " w m.'.m- ui W TJ 3 1- - T
JOS. L. KINO. Proprietor,
ova. Montvale Springs, East Tennessee.
Spiings, and will open the i Hotel at White Cliff, for the
reception of guests by 3d June.
! These Springs are l . t
Situated on Chilflowcc Moaniaiii,
Monroe county. Xist Tennessee. 1ft miles from Mouse
Creek, the neaits: point from the East Tennessee, Vir
ginia and (ieorgia RaLroad. They are located at an
elevation of about 1200 feet above Conasauga Valley
ia a dry, pure and. very invigorating atmosphere, af
fording an extensive and beauiiful viaw of thesur-
rotrading country. -
: The proprietor will run a daily line bf hacks between
Mouse .Creek and the Springs, making connections
. : " RATES OP BOARD. :
Board ind lodging, per day..:....... $2 00
): ,t V. .! penre k ....;.;... 9 00
- f i . --j . perjnonth j. 30 00
",!.- ' J. H. MAGILL, Proprietor. . '
April 25. is;3d3m Mouse Creek and White Cliff
I EA S SPRINGS.
ORITE SUMMER RESORT.- flUU-
i CRAIXGER COUNTY, E. TEAX
Will be; opened for the reception of visitonf On the
FIRstAY OF JUNE, 1873.
The benefits to be derived from the use of these waters '
; Chalybeate, Black and TThUe Sulphur,
' Ate too well known to need any comment.
. ,Jr.r. m 21 " "
AUUiiS TU T11JS SPRINGS IS EASY.
From WpzvflfeT (oVcMilian''s. by E. T.. Va. A Ga '
KaUroad. 10 miles, thence by good hacks. 11 miles, to '
the Springs. Hack fare, single trip, SI 0. Round trip
Tcr Pay t rj
PMC : 10 CO
rcr Month. . . 35 00
tniidren, under ten years, and servants half price.
SMITH & CROFT.
T29-dlm ' ' , Lessees.
, Madison County, -N. C. "
ilIIS WELL-KNOWN SUMMER RESORT, AMID
X the mountains of North Carolina, is now open for
The Summer Season.
Since last year, new Bath TTmiaesi VaV VaI 14,a
and the Hotel refitted, making these Springs among
the most comfortable and pleasant rrsorta ia the coun
try. Visitors will take the Cincinnati, Cumberland
Gap and t'harlesion Railroad at Morristown. upon the
iast lennestee, V irginia and Georgia Railroad, forty
miles east of Knoxville. Tae railroad is completed and
running daily trains to Wolf Creek, eight mile ixoiu
tae bpnngs, where comfortable coaches will be in wait
ing daily UDon the arrival of th tmn.. ltnani m no
per month. For further particulars, addres ...
5 1 ..WM. ROUZEE, Proprietor': :
vSd2mo3. : '.. Wabm Srauoa. Madisoj Co.; N. C.
qHIS RESORT FORmEALTH AND PLELSURE
X ia open at all times for the reception of visit rs.
1 he accommodations are largely and rapidly extend-
ed and improved. The season havinc nnnn.l n .
such good prospects, the Proprietors have Just closed t
a contract for FORTY COTTAGE ROOMS, to be com
pleted by the 1st of August, outsvfs of their former ' i:
improvements of this year, consisting of w , , : . . Ii.
Bath HouMS Bajl
Everything accessible thai will aJJ to- the comfort .
and pleasure of guests shall he hi. The water is re
commended in aU Derangementa of the Digestive Or-
gans, btomach and Bowels, iaver and Kidneys. Skin;
Diseases, Chronic Diarrhea, Dysentery, &c. ForDia-.
eases peculiar to females it is unequaled; it is good as
Tonic in Consumption; We invite a comparison of the "
Analysis with that of any other known mineral water. '
. It consists of -
Sulphuric Acid, 121.27 Sulphate of Lime, 160.6G
Lime,. ' 81.12 Sulphate of Maguesial7
Magnesia,., 10.00 Sulphate of Soda. 8.50
iron re'oxiue, i.w bnlpnate of Potassa, 1.51
Manganese Per'de, traces. Chloride of Sodium. iOJZl
Potasn and Soda.
5.tfJ Chloride of Iron, w 2 -
Chlorine, t ,
Silica, soluble, ;
Nitric Acid, . !
ZLte Chloride of Manganese, 1 1
; -27 Iodide ot Sodium, traces.
.71 Phosphate of Lime, , 2.14 1
9.00 Carbonate of Limer ?2U50 i'
.03 Siiicia ' -, ---: 2.70
' mtt !. "ZHTT Citric Acid., , .03
. 1UUU,1U 1 ill., L 4.1,41 - - -
i i ! ? I- 5. Gis.Troy; . Total -f 272.01 "
There i3 a large amount of Carbonic Acid Gas in the
water. - - . . , . : . .
. B. F. McFARLAND. M; D., our Resident Phyi'eiah.
is too welt known to require any comment. - - -
: Rates of Board.for 1873 : '
Per month. 835 00 ; per week, f 10 00 ; per day, $1.50;
exeept for June, f 40 per month; 513 per week, and
1 ib per day. July, August and September. 4o per
month ; U per week, and 3 per day. : October same
as J une. Persons coming in May will get the benefit
ot May rates daring their stay. .-:. . ,x. .
y BOWLIXG ALLETS FREE.
We are shipping a great deal of the water. . We de-!
aver it in food, new, iron-hooped barrels, well soaked
out, at So, m depot, r . r-.i t.-, - -s 1 ? .. 1..
-We have emplovel resDonsible parties to furnih :
gooJ. new and r comfortable hacks at S3 per seat, and
we request all .'our .guest to patronize this lire; for
safety, ,6c. is guaranteed. Office of the Hack Line at
Inrley Houe, Morristown, Tenn. .iTJ.
For pamphlets, c address, " f ' '
, - PRUPRLEIOKS TATE SPRING. '
v2l-tf i --, " Bean's Station. Tenav ':'
JDR,. I?, ill. CAHDWEL
OFFICE Nearly opposite the Lamar Ucase, fourtSf
'SECOND FtOQB FitQNTJIQOMS,
. 1 i .. 1' GAY-STUEET. V ' 0 '
BETWEEN MAINE' AND CUMBEELAND SIS,