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THUKSDAY, JULY 31, 1879.
PESCII.ETTES. Ch r. J ackson'sBost Sweet Navy Tobacco. Last day of July. Such -delightful moonlight nlghtp, these ! ... One week from to-day occurs the S ate debt election. Blind Tom, the musical prodigy, la summering at Saratoga. J. P. Hammer has been commission ed as Notary Public for Sullivan county. - unatianooga u attempting to get up an excursion to Mammotljave, Kentucky. - ; ' Prof. -Wllloughby Reade Is booked for a reading entertainment at Morris town to-night. There are . probably one hundred and twenty-five refugees stopping in Bristol, according to the News. The first session of Circuit Court, under the provisions of the new law, is now Bitllug at Bristol,Hon. N. Hacker presiding." " ' It must have been in green apple and watermelon time that Tennyson wrote, "From our waist places comes a cry." ; . Morristown Gazette : From a private letter, we learn that the number of guests now registered at Tate Spring reaches 210, and a good number o new arrivals daily. Col. A. S. Colyar Is announced to speak lu favor of the 50 4 compromise at Cleveland to-day, Rhea Springs to morrow, Athens Saturday, Biount viile Monday, Jonesboro' Tuesday and in thia city Wednesday next. A start has been made at last on the narrow guage railroad from Bristol out through Scott and other counties in Virginia. A squad of twenty-eight convicts were brought from Rich mond and put to work thereon this week. ' The Exchange Hotel, C. B. French, proprietor, at Kingston, is a pleasant place to stop at. The table is good, and then the managers are so clever they make you feel at home. Don't fail to call upon them wheji you go to Kingston. An opportunity is offered to any one wishing to buy a pleasantly located home cheap. The auctioneer, E. A. Akers, offers for sale Mrs. Waters' house in Mechanicsville. Attention is also called to Mr. Akers' auction sale to-day. The Hamblen county Normal School, held at Morristown, closed last Friday, according to the Gazette, after a session of two weeks. Prof. H. PreBnell, of Jonesboro', was principal, and he was assisted by County Superintendent H. M. Sherwood. The work of digging out for Mr. McNulty'a cellar, besides furnishing employment to a large number of la borers, serves as a congregating point for all the loafers and business men who have a little spare time to watch the progress of the work. We were shown yesterday by Mrs. M. B. Atkinson, mother-in-law of Mr. James A. Compton, quite an aged lady, though full of life and sprightli ness, some excellent and beautiful specimens of ornamental handwork, which is certainly hard to beat. We learn from Mr. H. T. Cooper that Senator R. K. Byrd, of Roane county, and Represenative Cunnyng ham, made able and telling speeches at Huntsvilie, Scott county, last week, during the session of court there, in in favor of the 50-4 compromise. John Manning, a laborer at the Knoxville Iron Company's Rolling Mill, was pretty seriously hurt yester day by a railroad bar which was being unloaded from a car falling on him. He Was insensible for some time, but medical assistance was rendered and it was hoped he would get along all right. Four prisoners made their e-cape from the Morristown jail last Thurs day morning, says the Gazette. Their names were Jos. Lane, Robt. Eakin, Marion Burchfield and Wm. Sparks. The first three were Federal Court convicts, just recently sent up from the court here. Two were recaptured the same day and returned. The oth era are still at large. Bristol News : " Mr. Robert Blevins killed last week, on the top of Iron Mountain, southeast of Bristol, wonderful rattlesnake, lacking only one inch of being eight feet long. Circumference six inches behind the head, and twenty inches in the center of the body. When coiled it could not be more than covered by a large Bized wash-tub. It had twenty-five rattles." Go up head. Next! Newport Reporter ; Mr. A. T. New man, of Morristown, bar-keeper at that place, was shot last Saturday by Policeman Morris. It is reported that Mr. Newman and others had been fir ing their pistols in the corporation, and not submitting to Mr. Morris' orders, but Tather seeking a row, which ended in two piBtol shots in the person of Mr. Newman, one through the throat and one in his back. It is thought that he will recover. :i Personal. Gen. Wm, G. Brien left yesterday on the western-bound train. He and Gen. Porter are to epeak in favor of the 50-4 compromise at Loudon to morrow, at Athens Saturday, at Cleve land Monday and at Chattanooga Tuesday. Mr. H. T. Cooper returned yester day from a professional trip to Camp bell, Scott and other counties, attend ing court, and went down on the 1 o'clock train to Erin, where his family are visiting. Rev. J. F. Spence went down to Athens yesterday to attend a District Conference to be held at Clark's Chapel, near that place by Rev. J. S. Petty, Presiding Elder of the M. E. Church. Major. A. H. Pettibone, of Greene ville, went up on yesterday evening's train, returning home. ' Mr. L. P. Speck, a live and enter prising merchant at Rock ford, Blount connty, was in on a business trip yes terday and made us a call. : Mr. W. P. Washburn aud daughter left yesterday evening to spend a por tion of the heated iterm among the Virginia and other eastern summer resortB. - t BASE BALLS CROQUET, CANES, GAMES OF ALL KINDS, AT RAM AGE & CG:B. Opros.U Cowap, McClang & Co. Great Reduction in Stoves, Having received a car load of COOKING STOVES, OTP ATjT. KINDS. WE W1L.Li JNUW SELL AT PRICES THA.T DEFY COMPETITION. Remember we will not be Undersold. HAVEY, ROLEN & CO. Maiket Square. Hon. J. C. Flanders, who has been spending a; few weNakl furlough with his family, here,, returned Tuesday night to Washington to resume his duties in the Postoffioa Department. Ex-Major Jno. R. Flippin, of Mem phis, came up Tuesday night, stopped over at the Atklu House, and went up yesterday evening to'Rogersville to join his family who' are eummering there. Morristown Gazette: Mr Ham. G. Heiskell, of Knoxville, an old chum of the junior of the Gazette, and a promising young member of the Knoxville bar, visited aud spent an hour with us last Fridiy on his return home from Warm Spriugs. Bam has lost none of his vivaciousneas that marked him as a bry, and we were glad to find it so. Hon. G. P. Foute, of Memphis, wss in the city yesterday. His family are spending the summer with their rela tives in Loudon county, Morristown Gazette.' Miss Kate McNutt, of Knoxville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. G. A. McNutt, in this place, for a few days. Bhe is en' route for Tate's. Atlanta Dispatch : Mr. J. C. Sturgis. in boyhood days an Atlantian, we are happy to say, returns to Atlanta to live, and has associated himself with Bawson & Hancock, as traveler. Mr. Sturgis has for many years past been in business in Knoxville, Tenn. We heartily welcome him back to the old scenes. V AT THE HOTHA t.lt of Arrival ' iXto Vtij. The following Is a list of arrival at the city hotels for July 30Lh : ATKIN HOUSE. Jas. M. Harris, Morristown; H. D Boyd. Concord; J no. J. Ferguson, A C. B. R. H. Dudley and wife, Nashvillf; H. B. Chamberlain, Chat tanooga: G. P. Foute, J. R. Flippiu W. D. Cannon, Memphis; Thoa. Stone, Helens, Ark.; Sumter Lea Selma, Ala. LAMAR HOUSE. . Jno. M. Bowie, Rome, Ga.: J. M Heck. Raleigh, N. C; Mrs. Wm. G Brien and two children, Nashville; Cbas. E. Boyutnn, wife aud our chil dren, Atlanta, Ga. OTHERS, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND PRINTERS. The attention of the public is called to our large stock of ' -SB J1L K ESH2: of all sizes and descriptions. WE HAVE THE ONLY BOOK BINDERY IN EAST TF.K. LESSEE AND MANUFACTURE TO ORDER ALL KINDS OF BLANK WORK, SUCH AS County Court Dockets and Records, Merchants' and Bankers' Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, &c, &c., &c. 1 MAGAZINES, MUSIC AND LAW BOOKS BOUND IN EVERY STYLE. Zimmerman, Condon Bro., 5j ffliDTtiTI!) XTMCTS. Eminent Chemists and Physicians certify that these goods are free from adulteration, richer, more effective, produce better results than any others, and that they use them in their own families. INtOUE PERFUMES are the Gems of all Odors. TOOTH Ete E. An agreeable, healthful Liquid Dentifrice. LEMON SUGAR. A substitute for Lemons. EXTRACT JAMAICA GINGER. From the pure root STEELE & PRICE'S LUPULfft YEAST GEMS. JTfta Best Dry Hop l east in the World, STEELE & PRICE, llanfrs., Chicago, St Louis & Cincinnati MICE'S ;i Malaria Disarm- d of Im T rrrs Ma'&tia that felt atmcsrberic poisor, is d s armed of iU terror, aid he. 1th insured t3 thou sands raiding where the noxious exhalation periodically infects the air. and ensecdirs int. mittent and remittent fevers, by II os tetter's Etomach Bitter., the Eost popular as it is the heit, of preventives, alteratives and tonic;. In namberltss localities where the demand for mlph&te of qainine was formerly immense, the hurtful alkaloid ha been slmoet entirely sup planted by tbifl safer agreeable and effective substitute, which is genial in action and unob jectionable in flavor. It nullifies tte uflaencs of miasma by giving a more active impulse to very vital ianciion, quickening and enriching the b'ood, overcoming a tendency to biliousness and promoting digestion. We have removed our Drugstore to the South east comer of Gay and Clinch streets. HUNTER & CO. Bad on Cbattanaog-a. A Memphis refugee came through on the Memphis and Charleston Bail road the other evening, and was stop ped at Wauhatchie, the quarantine station for Chattanooga, where he was met by the quarantine officer of that enterprising village. After he had been thoroughly inspected, the refugee remarked: "Bee here, mister, do you live in Chattanooga?" "Yes," said the officer. "Weil, do yon propose to stop me in that dd town?" "No, sir ; we propose to see that you don't stop." "Well," remarked the refugee, "I'm glad of that. I would as soon have a spell of yellow fever a9 to stop in that burg. I want to go through there at the rate of twenty miles an hour, with the car windows down, and I will hold my nose then. A man may survive an attack of yellow fever, but an hour in Chattanooga is certain death." Crystal Bock. J. We were shown yesterday a large quantity of crystal rock from Warm Springs, N. C. of different sizes and shapes, and about the handsomest specimens of work we have ever seen. They were sent to Messrs. J.S. & N. R. Hall, of this city, by a minister, with the request to Bell for htm: They are I worth seeing. . m i Tate Spring Quarantined. Persons from any place where yellow fever is epidemic will not be -received at Tate Spring unless they can prove that they have been fifteen days out of the infected district. The rumor cir culated that Tate Spring is crowded with Memphians is entirely false, there being no guest here from the city of Memphis for more than a month past. There is still room for several fam ilies and single persons. Thos. Tomltnson, july24tf. Proprietor. j . ... : Ills Occupation Gone. Had the Arkansas "doctor" that "tapped" the fat man, thinking he had dropsy, but finding no water pro nounced it "dry dropsy," lived to-day, he would, like Othello, find "his oc cupation gone," for Allan's Anti-Fat. a purely vegetable remedy, safely but positively reduces corpulency from three to six pounds per week. Sold by druggists. Base Ball. A game of base ball rill be played on the grounds north of the city, near the street railway terminus, at two o'clock this evening between the Black Hawks and Meridians, two cols red clubs of this city. The Independent Bk:ea and Lone Stars, also colored, will play a game on the same grounds lo-inorrow (Friday) evening, commencing at 2 o'clock. , How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day and night; eat too much without exercise; work too hard without rest ; doctor all the time ; take all the vile nostrums advertised, and then you will want to know HOW TO GET WELL. Which is answered in three words Take Hop Bitters I See another col umn. The London and Kingston Stall Boat. The steamer Harry Helm is being used in carrying the mails and passengers between Loudon, Kingston and Bock wood bv the Allison Brothers. It is the only steamer that can make the trio at the present low stage of the river. The fare on the boat is good, and the proprietors make the trip pleasant to their passer gers. A Pleasant Incident. During the elegant hop given by the generous proprietors of tne Kimball on Friday evening last, a lovely basket of flowers was sent to tne Dan room by the gentlemen of the Knoxville Beds, to be presented to tne Handsomest iaay on the floor. Captain Joe Burke was chosen to make the presentation, which he did in a very happy manner. Miss Ijou Casey, of Augusta, the fair recipient, though taken completely by surprise accepted the floral offering with per feet grace. Miss Casey is the daughter of Sena tor Casey, and has a host of admirers in the "Gate City." Atlanta Consti tution. CITY ITEMS. But Just to Say. It is but just to say that the firm of Steele & Price were the first to place in the market articles for culinary purposes that are strictly pure and wholesome. Their Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder has obtained its pop ularity and extended eale by its pu rity and wholesomeness. . - Send fifty cents for the Whig and Chronicle until the first of January 1880. Desirable Family Residence for Sale at Auction. At the request of the owner, Mrs. Wat ers, who is about to remove from the State, I will eell in front of the premises, Tues day, August 5th, at 4:30 o'clock, her beauti ful family residence, on McQhee 6treet, and near the residences of Charlie Jones and Kev. Mr. Thomas. The house con tains nine rooms in good repair. The lot fronts 100 feet and is 153 feet deep. Good Garden, Cistern, Stable, Fruit Trees, &c, This is valuable property and must be sold, Terms at sale. E. A. Akers, july31-d2L Auctioneer. This Thursday morning, at 10 o'clock, will sell Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables, Chairs. Wardrobes. Hat Racks, Wash Stands. Tin Safes. Mattrasses. &c. Al new and sale positive. E. A. Akkrs, Auctioneer, THBST SOLD BY mi SO SIMPLE WARRANTED of-' SI 500.00 FOR PARTICULARS NUMBER OH SHJ ADD RES S '. WhiteSewino Machine Co.- Cleveland, ohio. SUCCESSORS TO Co., Williams, Zimmerman & OLESALE KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, Corner Gay and Reservoir SJreets, Keep Constantly on Hand a large Stock or STAPLE GROCERIES, Which we propose to sell at lowest prices, WE CAREY A FULL STOCK OF Grain Bags, Field Seeds, Tobacco and Cigars, In i fact Everthing to bo Found in a FIRST-CLASS GROCERY HOUSE. Agents for Holston Salt and Plaster Company and Lenoir's and Eockford Cotton Yarns. 3IOXTVAL.E SPRINGS. Tliis Popular Summer Resort Open Tor tlie Season. HoBtvale Springs, Blount county. East Tennessee, is now open for the season and the preparations are full and complete for the accommodation of all who may wish to attend. Everything in connection with the Springs ha3 been thoroughly gone over and put in ex cellent condition, ilany improvements have been made, and no pains, labor or expense will be spared to insure the pleas ure and comfort of guests. The heated term is upon us and we would earnestly invite the attention of those seeking health or pleasure, to give us a trial, promising entire satisfaction. "VYilsox & Anderson, Proprietors. :o: A Rare C'lianee. For a profitable investment. Owing to the ill health of the Superintendent, the Em press Steam Laundry and French Baths are offered for sale. The machinery is ct modern improvement and the establish ment complete and has a good patronage. Persons purchasing will be thoroughly in structed in the business. Torms moderate. Apply to L. C. Shepakd. july26-d6t. SMRO'S ICE CREAM HALL, Open Tor the Season. Thanking the public in general for past favors, hoping to receive this season a good share of your patronage, we are prepared to furnish Ice Cream, Cakes and Choice Confectioneries. We make a specialty of furnishing Picnics and Excursions on short notice and guarantee satisfaction. Ice Cream Hall. I have just opened my Ice Cream Hall for the season. It has been newly fitted up and i3 now, without doubt one of the largest and handsomest Halls in the South. 1 he Cream can not be excelled. Parties and families supplied with Cream, Cakes, &c, on short notice. P.Kern. DOYLE'S SPRINGS, Sevier County, East Tennessee. Black Sulphur and Chalybeate "Waters, Good accommodations. Fine scenery. Board S12.00 oer month, children half price. Hacks leave Knoxville hotels on Thursdays and Saturdays. Fare to springs $1.50. E. S. Doyle, Proprietor. julyl9dl2t A nartv havins a laree residence of 10 to 12 rooms, well located, will sell on easy terms or will exchange for a smaller resi dence, equally well located. For particu lars aPDlv to E. Dean Dow. Central Agency. apllOdtf EAST TENN. CIttAU FACTORY. F. HOl KESJOS, Proprietor. CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PIPES and SMOKERS' ARTICLES. 5 CENT CIGARS. Pare Havana Filler. FIPi'Y DOLLARS offered to anybody in this city who can beat this Cigar in price and quality. ' F. Hocxenjos. Old friends are always the best. It is folly to try new remedies, when JlcCabc! Medical Blackberry Brandy has for twenty years been the standard cure for Cholera, Flux, Diarrhoea, arrd all Summer Com plaints. For sale by Druggists every, where. TO EXCHANGE A. 16 Horse-power NGINE AND BOILER, In spendid order witn pump and all necessary piping, for Walnut or Poplar Lumber. WM. CASWELL & CO., Knoxville, Tennessee. Unexcelled in Economy of Fuel. Unsurpassed in Construction. Unparalleled in Durability. DMlspnteil ii lit SKQAB CLAIK of Using tie. VERY BEST OPERATING, AXD MOST PERFECTCOOKlliG STOYE E7E3 CFFEBED FOB TEE TEICE. BSOELSIOR M-A.KTXJnFO OO- 612. 614. 6ie & 613 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. SOLD BY Butt, DePue & Co., Knoxville, Tenn. H. MICHAELS. D. S. DUNCOMRE. Michaels & Duncombe., MANUFACTURERS OP Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Collars, &c, Have a Large, Hew and Splendid Stock of Goods, which they offer for sale at Brices lower than ever before known in the North, South, East or West. Sfore House and Factory No. 3, Sanford Blcck, next to Ltwls & (arlnr The Pearl Shirt known for the heat Shirt in town for $1.00 at Nathan Stern's. All kind3 of Clothing you can cheaper of Nathan Stern than other house in town. buy any Nathan Stern says he can not and will not be undersold. at Nathan Stern sella Summer Clotbing low prices. Call on Nathan Stern if you want Bar gains in Clothing. Nathan Stern buys and sells Clothing cheaper than any other house in town. Good Suits for little money yau can find at Stern's. Boys and Children Suits, 11 ages and sizes at Stern's. Youths and Men's Suits. Nathan Stern's. All styles, at Light colored Pants, Alapaca Coats and Dusters, at Stern's. Gauze Undershirts and Summer Draw ers, at Stern's. Fancy Half Hose, Silk Handkerchiefs, and Neckties at Nathan Stern's.. KNOXVILLE, NEW ORLEAIS STOEE -:o:- Has too many Goods and offers them at prices to awaken'the sleepy, arouse the tardy, induce the closest huyers to come forth and tumble over our bargains at prices never heaid of before. We are prepared to offer you such Goods at 50 cents as others sell for $100. ON OUR FIRST CENTER COUNTER Wm be found 100 pieces fine DKESS GOODS, such as Buntings, Grenadines, Knickerbockers, worth 15, 20, 25 up to 50 cents, at the uniform prce of 10 cents per yard. "White and Fancy Shirts at Nathan Stern's. at low prices, Go to E. C. Groceries. Loclte'a for Cheap Just received a complete line oi Clothing ana Furnishing Goods, which will be sold cheaper than ever, at A. Lobenstein'a Cheap store, north of Knoxville Bank. Dr. Warner's HEALTH COR SETS, 1.25, at A. I. BUSBAR'S. Imported French CHIP HATS, and BOXXETS, at one-half the usual price, at A. 1. PPXBAB'S. The most Stylish, and Fashion able Jiillinery Goods in the city, at A. . DUNBAR'S. The Season ror Chills. . The indications are that there will be a great deal of chills and fever this fall. We therefore advise oar readers to lay in a supply of those greatest of all Ague-Cure, "Snyder's Curative Pads." Their No. 1 or Uyer Pads never fall to break up the worst case of chills and fever in two to five days. Who can afford to shake several months, when two dollars will cure ? All druggists sell them. . July3l-d2t&wlt. ? Notice. Sealed bids will be received for making a Stone Arch, over 2nd Creek, on Clinch street, up to 12 o'clock m., August 4th, 1379. The bida will be handed to J. 11. King, at his office on Clinch street. J. M. Kino, ' july29-d5t. Chairman of Committee. RIBBONS fc FANS. A Splendid Assortment at Mrs. Kate Dallas Titus'. Mrs. Kate Dallas Titus has just received at her Milinery and Dress-making estab lishment, Market Square, the handsomest line of fine Bibbons, in the city, and a large line of Pans, to be sold cheap. Call and see them at once. Every JIan to His Trade. I have in my employ Mr. C. D. Doniran a practical machinist. He will clean or re pair your Sewing Machine. No botch work, but every job fully warranted. Ko adjusling the Wheeler & Wilson a special ty S. P. A'Q?-L, Union street, between Gay and apl6d&wtf Market Square. Out of Work. There be those who say that there need be none unemployed that there is work for all, if they will but do it. What we say, 13, let every one who has a cough or cold take Hall's Balsam at once. It is the only reliable remedy, that never fails to cure. Geo. W. Albers, Wholesale Agent, Knoxville, Tenn. ' ' The WniG AND CHRONICLE will be sent to subscribers from now until the first of January, 1880, ; for FIFTY CENTS--less than ten cents a month. Excelsior and Cod gress Water, the healthiest drink for summer, at P. Kern's. Soda Water, Kissengen and Tato Water drawn from the arctic fount, at P. Kern's, Milwaukee Eager Beer. I have received a car load of V. Blatze's Milwaukee Lager Beer in a Kefrigerator Car with ice, and offer the same to dealers at $3.25 per keg. I keep this Beer in my beer vault on ice and am able to deliver, not only the best Beer in quality that is brewed in America, but will have the same during the summer months in better con dition than any other Beer that comes to this market. - C. Kohlhabi. . juneHdtf The most strictly temperate can drink Peter Kern's Ginger Ale without any vio lation of their pledge. For Sale, "-..' Havely House and Lot on Crozier street in rear of First Presbyterian Church. Ap ply to. ; A. S. Paossia. mrh2Cdtf ON THE SECOND COUNTER Will be found all of our Lawns woith 12 J, 15 and 18 cents, all cown to 10 cents. ON THE THIRD COUNTER Wil bs found Ladies', Girls' f Misses and Boys' STRAW HATS in endless variet y,worth from 50 cents to $1.00, at the uniform price of 25 cents each. ON THE FOURTH COUNTER We have a magnificent display of ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS) none worth less than 20 cents up to $1.00, all at 10 cents a spray. HOSIERY, TIES, BOWS, DRESS GOODS and GRENA DINES, in fact all of our SUMMER GOODS at nominal fig ures. Now is the time to pitch in and secure Goods at half their Value. Call early or you will regret not to find what you want. WE HAVE HE GOODS NOW. D. B. LOVERflAW CO.