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THURSDAY. MAY 30. 1880.
Raid U needed now.
This ii encouraging westher for Ihe
Indies' Bandals at, Goesett, Ford 4
B.o.'s for 11.00.
A weekly paper Is goon to be estab
lished at Ooltewab, James county.
I II he festival fciven by tbe ladies of
Mabry Street cnurca iegiu wu's"i
t tbe church buildiDg.
Messrs. A. P. Cecil and John C. No!-
der. travelling evangelists, from
Eugland, who have been preaching on
our streets for some time past, are now
In Atlanta. Ga.
Ladles' Newport Ties for . 75 cent,
$1.00,11.25 and $2.00 at Goesetr, Ford
Three of the enumerators appointed
by Supervisor Frano M. Panl to take
the census in JNasnvuie are iauiea
He bas also appointed ladies to simi
lar positions In other counties within
The members of the'.Hunday school
and congregation of the Third Free
bvteiian church will enjoy their an
nual Dlcnlo next Saturday, going out
n Woods' strove, on the line of the
Knoxvllle and Ohio railroad.
Alderman Lawaon-Irvln returned
home Tuesday night from MobiJe,
Ala., where he went as a delegate to
tbe general conference of the A. M. E.
Z ou Church. Elder J. L. H. Sweres
and other delegates from the city are
expected home to-night,
The furniture auction, which was
advertised by E. A. Akers to take place
on Market Square yesterday, did not
occur, on account of tbe absence of
Mr. Akers, who was called to the
bedside of bis father, thought to be
dying, at Lynchburg, Va.
A representative of the fire insur
ance companies, in which Mr. W. B.
nnnwr'i bouse, recently burned, was
Insured, was in the city yesterday, and
Id compsny with Mr. E. Dean Daw,
tbe local agent, and Mr. H. T. Cooper,
was out on the scene of tbe fire adjust
log tbe loss, so that it may be paid
As we learn from Marshal J. T. Ah
exander, an immense crowd of colored
people is expected in Knoxvllle at tbe
grand colored Odd Fellows' union and
picnic to Inskip, which Is to take place
Friday, 28th inst., and a great time is
anticipated. They have chartered the
opera bouse and will give an enter
tainmeat there at night.
A splendid opportunity Is offered to
our colored men about the city, who
are in need of employment. Major
Carpenter advertises elsewhere for 100
colored men to go to Oakdale to mine
coal. This will give them good and
steady employment, and pay good
wages. There ought to be no trouble
In making up this number directly, In
If you want to eat your meals with
pleasure, buy a Fowler's Fly Fan
They will keep the flies off tbe table
and dispense with one servant. They
will keep tbem off tbe baby, and are
Indispensable for a Sunday nap, and
will keep bald-beaded folks and
nervpus people out of tbe lunatic
asylum. A new supply just received
at W. W. Woodruff & Co. 'a.
Tbe plcoio excursion to Cane Creek,
on the line of the Knoxvllle and Ohio
railroad, given by the employes of tbe
rolling mill, at the Knoxvllle Jron
company's works, will occur to-morrow,
and those who wieh to attend and
erj y a day in tbe woods, should be in
r readiness by 7 o'olock, the hour at
which time tbe train will leave the
rolliDg mill. All the amusements
usual on such occasions bave been ar
ranged for, and it is looked forward to
as the boss pica lo of the season. .
Mammoth stook of Hats at Dunbar's.
The Bnrgner Perjnry Case,
Tbe time of -the criminal court was
again entirely taken op yesterday
with the case of E 8. Burgner, charged
1th perjury while a witness ror tue
defense In the case tried at a lortner
term, in wbith W. F. Yardley, lvq.,
was accused of stealing a waicn irom
C. T. Iiour,, but Ws aojuogea uoi
uilty by thejury. The perjury case
was taken up Tuesday. Yesterday was
consumed In argumeut, there belig
three speeches on either side. The
notable speeches of the case were
madebv Mr.Tbos. A. R. Nel'on, wno
closed for the defense in an eloquent
and able appeal, which did much
credit to Mr. Nelson, as one of the
formost young members of the Kuoxv
vltle br, In argument and debate; and
that of Attorney General D. D. An
derson. Ho closed for the state anu,
beoomlog thoroughly warmed up uu
enthused In his argument, niaue a
nowerful.elonuent and effective speecn.
It waB pronounced by many to be the
best efi'jrtof bissucotssful leai career,
aad was cartainly a creditable one.
Thixua wase-iven to the jury, under
the charge of Judge Hail, and . they
were held together on it over night.
In this clty.yeaterday, May '19, 1880,
at 1 p. m., after nn Illness of four
weeks, Joseph, Infant son of John
M. and Sophia P. Brooks, aged 22
In His moral llllaze God cultivates
many flowers seemingly only for their
eiquisire beauty and fragrance, or
- i i . i.
wneo Daiueu in sort suuauiuv mtj
nave burst into bloMom, then tbe Di-
lue Hand gathers them from the
earthly fields to be kept In crystal
vases in bleesea mansious uto
ltaui Utile children die some in tbe
sweet bud, some in fuller blossom; but
never too early to make deaveo fairer
aud sweeter with their Immortal
Combs. Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes,
Tnnth Rrnahea. Na 1 Brushes, Bath
Brushes, Dressing Cases, Cologne Seta,
Hand Mirrors, etc., at Lyons & Mo
Tbe funeral servios of Capt. Brooks
child will beheld at the family resi
dence on Main street at 4 o'clock this
lon't buy before you prioe Jo.
Jo. MoTeer has the best line of Back
Suits in the S at.
Jo. McTeer bas the bast line of Fur
nishing Goods In Knoxvllle White
Shirts, Under Shirts, Suspenders,
Handkerchief., White and Faney
Half Hose and Keck Wear.
Jo. MoTeer has tbe best White and
Colored Kid Gloves made. Every
pair warranted not rip or burst.
The initial ball of St. Patrick's
h ran oil ft ,' thA rmholio KuUhts of
America, will be given at tbe Atkin
House to-night. The proprietors or
tbe bouse, In connection wiin toe
committee, have have made extensive
arrangements, and the most enjoyable
affair of tbe season hauticipated. Ihe
committee of arrangements consists of
the following t Dannls Gleason, Pat
Rrannan. Pat. Shea. Tim. Shea, M. D
Sullivan, J. F. Murphy, John J.
Guntert, D., J. Moriafty, Michael
Fogarty. - c
Tbe bbrldstevrn Attempted Matricide.
The woman Mrs. Day, widow of tbe
late Tom Day, who was so unmerci
fully beaten Tuesday evening by bcr
daughter, Emma, using a crib-slat as
a weapon, was still regarded as in a
dancerous condition yesterday, though
it was honed bv her friends that her
wounds would not prove fatal. Tbe
girl earns at once, after the commission
of the deed, and submitted before Jus
tice A'lieon fur assault and battery,
was fined and sent to the work house.
For good Clothing and
ing, go to Jo. McTeer's.
J03. T. McTEER has never been
undersold, and will not br, after tbe
lfitb of May.
Jo. McTeer's stock of Clothing is
good. Prlcei lower than any one else,
Jo. McTeer's trade
but he will continue
is very heavy,
to lead In low
Jo. McTeer has always sold the best
goods for the least money, and will
continue to do so. - '
A King at Last 1
Tbe musical people of Amerioa have
unanimously declared the celebrated
' Etey" Organ tbe King of Organs.
He Is now seated on bis throne at
Marrhall & Co.'s, from.wblci place
his edicts will be feat forth. Mush
rooms will hear and tremble. Corona
tion services will be continued for the
next century. Come and bear bis
mnjeaiio voice. 19J4
Two Colored Brethren Fali Oat'
y the Uajslde. -We
have. Information rom a eub-
aorlber who lives la this. vicinity, of
an alteration between two negro men,
whose names we did not learn, near
Indian Gave, Grainger county, wblob
resulted In one of tbem getting badly
hurt; in fact be Is not expected to live.
Tbe difficulty, as we are Informed,
took place last Sunday morning, tbe
parties being on tbeir way lo church.
They were both members of the Bap
tist church and on their way to attend
the oommunion servlota. The quarrel
grew out of some money matters con
nected with ttischuroh. Angry words
were passed each called the other a
"liar" and the affair terminated in
the breaking of a ekall with a rock,
wbiou It 1 thought will prove fatal.
Incendiary Flrea at Bristol.
As we learn from the News an ai-
parent attempt waa made Monday
night to burn the town of Bristol up,
by a seiles of Incendiary fires. Tbe
most destructive fire originated In V.
Keebler's stable and caused the total
destruction of the large tobacco ware
house of J, H. Winston & Son. The
warehouse oontalasd - but little
tobacco, aud all tbe contents were
saved. Mr. WioBton'a loss is about
$2 200 with $1,000 insurance. Mr. Mil
ler's stable and that or Cbas. Harmel
Ing were both burned, each losing
about 200. A flue mile cow was
burned In Mr. Keeblei's stable, and
two valuable horses were barely saved.
Other buildiogi were much en
dangered, but saved by extra exer
tions. About the same hour W. W.
James' stable was fired but a little girl
saw the match struck and gave the
alarm. A. Hunger's stable waa nrea
a few hours earlier Id the night, but
There was brought up on yesterday
evening's train, by the express com
pany, a fine specimen of a young
Alderney bull, shipped to Messrs. J as.
T.4W, 8. Shields, the well-known
stock raisers of Grainger county. It
cime from Cyntbiana, Ky., shipped
by D. A. Glvens. . : .
DON 7 CITE OUT YOUR WORK UNTIL TOU
A8CfcKTAlN OUB KATES.
RAMACE & CO.,
OPTO IT. (ON AS, Mct'LUNG A. ( 0.
H. W. CURTIS,
New and Handsoma Designs.
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
a specialty. ,
SMITH'S OLD 8TAND,
KNOX VI LIE, - TENNESSEE.
Will be open for the reception of vis
itors on June 1st.
BATES OF BOARD :
Per dav - V. 00
Par wees I "0
Per month 35 00
Special rates made for families, or
for longer time and ooe month.
R. McKesZie, Proprietor.
The very finest Fresh Oat Meal,
Cracked Wheat and Graham Flour at
At 8 o'c!o3k Wednesday evening,
May 19 h, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Geo. Bell, Rev. J.
C. Davis, of New Market, officiat
ing, Mr. 8. Benson and Mias Martha
Also at Greeueville, in tbe Taber
nacle church, on the 29 b of April,
Mr. Wat. Forbey to Miss Emma
Smith, daughter cf Mrs. Jane Bmlib,
the same minister officiating.
Strawberries and tirapes Short.
As may bs ascertained by a simple
glance at tbe supply In market, tbe
strawberry orop in this seotion is out
considerably short by the frosts of a
few weeks ago, and also by the dry
weather now prevailing, and the sup
ply will not be near up to the usual
standard. The grape crop is also re
ported to be equally as short, and will
be almost a failure.
Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent
Fevers, which prevail In mlaamaiio
districts through the Hummer ana
Autumn, are invariably acoompanied
by derangements of the Stomach and
Liver. There is always a weakness of
the stomach, and torpor of tbe bowels,
Dr. Tutt's Liver Pill are peculiarly
adapted to such care. - Q
4'lnclnnatl College or Mnaie.
- Tbe Chronicle acknowledges the
courtesy of a "cumpllmeutary" to tbe
organ concerts wbioh are to be given
at the college of music In Cincinnati
during the continuants cf the millers'
exhibition, which will be held there
during the month of Juue.
AT THE HOTELS.
WLL CASWELL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
all kinds of
Cab!nel& Upholstered Furniture
Our new Factory is supplied
with the latest perfected Ma
chinery, all beine made in
1878-9, and hence we haveun
surpassed facilities for man
ufacturing Furniture of the
Latest Styles. Call and see
us and you will find that we
lead in styles and prices, and
will duplicate any Eastern
T) rices, and thus save the
freight. C a lland see us.
WM. CASWELL & CO.,
Corner of ttay and Church Streets,
Booksellers and Stationers,
Printers and Binder,
KNOXTILLG, -. - , - TENNESSEE. ...
IotId attention to their Lerg-e Stock of
: AT OLD PRICKS.
' ALSO, TO
CROQUET. BASE BAIL BATTS, &o
WK KEKf X COMri.ETKF gjfj TIOSER T THB ClTt'.
COFFIN, WILSON CtCO.,
Corner Gay and Reservoir Streets.
Keep the Largest Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
G R 0 C E EXES
ALLOW NO ONE TO ; UNDERSELL THEM.
SOU AGENTS fOK
Hazard Rifle and Blasting Powder.
Tbe latest novelties Id "Perfumes,
Toilet Powders and Toilet goods gen
erally, at Lyons & McCampbeWs.
Infants' Lace Caps and Bonnets,
splendid assortment, just reoeived at
Dunbar's. 0 .
Ladles, select your Hats while the
stock Is complete at A. D. Dunbai's.
Ladles can mot fail to be suited In
Quality and Prices at Dunbar's.
Cold Cresm, Camphor Ice, Lip Kalve
etc., at Lyons & McCampbell's. ' '
For Silver-plated Ware and
Table Cutlery, go to the East
Tennessee China House. -
For China, Glass
ueensware. go to tne
Tennessee China House.
New Goods received daily
at the East Tennessee China
House. - ;
I a borers Wanted.
Ooe hundred colored men to
Oakdale to mine coaL
v20dS D. A. Carpenter,
Fearful storm 1 When T ' Where?
At Dunbar's. The orders are Just
pouring le. " ,; '
Savings. Building mad
The stock holders of tbe Savings,
Bulldloa- and Loan Association will
bold their first monthly meeting in
OJd Fellows' Hall, Kern's building,
Friday evening, May 21, at 7 o'clock,
at which time the dues will bs pay
abR Pkteb Kcrit, Prest.
J. W. Sunn, 8o'y. n20d2t
Children cry for V, but they stop
crying at once, after they have taken
a single dose, as Dr. Bull's Bby
Syrup cures all tbe pains our little
ones are subject to. Price 25 cents a
bottle. 'T j ' , !
Mr. Geo. P. McTeer "went up Tue.
diy night to spend a' short time at
Mr. C. VV. Bearle?, eon in law of
Mr. Barker, anl for some months
past an assistant superintendent at the
Knoxville iron company's rollin
mill, left yesterday to spend a few
months visiting aboot his former
home, in Buffalo, N. Y., where bis
wife Is now on a vittit.
Gen. Win. Patrick, of Bt. Louis.
president of tbe Kuozville marble
Company, after a brief visit to tbe city,
left on bis return yesterday.
Dr. D. T. B onion returned home
from Tate Spring yesterday.
Capt. Isbam Newman, conductor on
the North and South railn ad in Ala
bama, has been spending a brief fur
lough at bia home near Mosey Creek.
He came down yesterday, and made
ns a pleasant call.
Capt R. E. Newman, of Jefferson
county, arrived oo yesterday evening's
train from a trip of a few weeks
among the western elates.
Mr. M. J. Hughes, of New York,
was in the city yesterday. Hj has
been a few days at Morrisiown, where
bis wife has been spendlog some time.
Rev. W. B. Bankin, wall known as
a former Eat Tenoesweau, aud agent
of tbe Bible society, but now residing
In Austin, Texas, arrived on yester
day evening's train and went up last
nlgbt to pay visit to his old borne, lo
upper East Tennesee.
Col. J. H. Dougbty, of Greeneville,
stopped over a fow hours in tbe city
yesterday evening, returning from a
trip down tbe rosd.
Capt. J no. F. Davis, one of tbe
events of tbe branch penitentiary at
Coal Creek, came to tbe city yetterday
end exptcted to leave ou lbs early
train thU moroiug to tk in the cen
Mr. Geo. W. Rolling end wife re
turned borne yesterday evening from
trip to tbe Katbville oeuleonlal end
other polnti In Middle Tennessee.
Close of Lansing IaeUtate.
Bev. J. G. Schaidt, pastor of tbe
German Lutheran church In this city,
it fc on the noon train, yesterday, to
attend the clofciag exercises of tbe
Linsiag institute, situated near Eve
Mills, Loudon county, and In charge
of Bev. J. C. Miller as principal. Mr,
Schaidt is to deliver tbe annual
literary address befere the echool tc
Mary Till Railroad Picnic.
We understand that the employes of
(he Knoxvllle and Augusta railroad
are making arrangements for a rail
road picnic at Maryville, Saturday,
June 5.h. An excursion train will te
run from Knoxville to take all pariiee
from the city wishing to attend. Ex
teifive preparations are in progret
and a good time is expected.
Mat r Arrivals in tbe City
1 tie following is a list or arrival
ths city hotels for May 19th :
C. 0. Lulreni, Chattanooga; Charles
Houehton. Boiton, M3 I Mr. Fittpst-
rick, ton end daucbter. Glen Mary; Jno.
t Davit, J.J. tteeve. irrek, ns.
M Meli, Mew Market; J. O Bice,
Tborn Hill; liham Newman, B. & N. Kit.;
H. C. Minar, B.iatol; P. O. Fulkervm,
T.znwoU; J. A WitWa, Danville. Va.;
L. U. Ferguion, Big Lick, Va.i J. U.
Unugbty, Oreenerilie: P. J. . Smith,
Balina, V. B. Bankin, Auf.in,
' LAUAB HOUSE.
' H. C Spoucer, C. A." Bobion, lislti
more; K. Fauntleray, Chicago; B. A.
Baily. Boston; W. F. Rernan, Philadel
t.hia; O. fl. P. Stern. M. J. Hughe. O.
W. Warner, New York; L. P.o Bp5k,
Kookford; M. T. Devuult, Bristol.
Joe. B. Croas. Koberteville. Jesis L.
Bovera, Tazel'; A. L. Leinart, May-
nardvillei J. A. Uaboury, county.
ft H & I
Ua h .mi B
s l h rn i s;
Produce and Commission Merchants,
o' DEALERS IN . fc 0 0 '
Wheat, Corn,Oa(s,Hay, Flonr
Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Dried Fruit, &c.t
203 Gay Street.
Prompt Attention to Consignments
for ALL, K1DS PRODtCE.
Knoxville at Tate Nprlng.
Knoxville is well . represented at
Tate Bpriog fur this early part of the
season. During the past week tbe fol
lowing have gone tbers : i. N. Milch
ii, E-q., M'ss Llllie Mitchell, Dr. D. T.
Boynton, Mrs. B ynton, Master Emer
son B iy ntoe, R. 8. Hsean, O. A. Ao
dee, T. J. Sullivan, Alex. H. Hodge,
Joshua McGuire, E. J. Sanford and
daughter, little Mary, Miss Lou Guysz,'
Lloyd Branson, C. H. Leftwioh, .
O'Connor, Chas.' W. DePae, Henry
Smith, Martin Condon and. R. N.
Payne. The latest arrivals from ueor.
gia are Capt. LN. Horn and Judge J
J. Vandiver, from Rome, and Capt.
W. N. Moore and wife, from Marietta.
Quite a number will go op soon.
l'ayftoir English Opera Com
The attraction extraordinay of tbe
season, as well as the greatest, musical
eveot, will be introduced to the Knox
ville public next week in tbe shape of
a three nights engagement by the cele
brated and world renowned Payson'i
English opera company,,' well and
favorably known to Knoxville music
lover. A season of unparalelleS at
traction and entertainment Is prom
Ued, which we are sure will bs fully
appreciated, and we expeot to see
crowded houses drawn at each per
The season will commence Monday
nlgbt with that charming and every
where popular opera, ''Martha," to
be followed up Tuesday nlgbt by
"Fanet" and "Vertigo,'' closing
Wednesday night with "Tbe Spec
tre." Tbls furrrs a ferilliaut and daz-
xllog array of tbe most charming toe
meritorious operas ever put upon ocr
boards, and tbe universally acknowl
edged talent' of each member of tbe
company gives a double ssiuranos that
they will be presented lo manner te
lutorest and entertain every one.
Reserved seats ere now on sale at
W. ft W. E. Willlarat, book store for
f 1 00, and those wishing desirable seats
should make early application.
Wki la Mr. WInelowf
As this queaUon la frequently asked, we will
ImplrMT that sh; Is a lad who t ,t upwards of
ttilrtj ;eara. has unttiinglr derated her time and
tal.ntsaaaFema s Physician and nurse, prinel. ai
IT among children. She hat especially stud el ths
constitution and wants of UjU numerous ilass, and
as a result of tbls effort, and practical knowledge,
ebtalned In a lifetime ap nt as a nuns and physi
cian, abe has com ounded a soothing syrc?. tor
eh ldren teetbln '. It op rites Ilka maglc-fMng
rest and health, and Is moreover, sure to regulau
the bowels. In cons queues of this article, Hrs,
Wlnslow la becoming world-renowned as a benefac
tor of her race ; col dren eertao i do bus C? and
We iber ;.ap.clallyls tbls tb ease In tbls city
Vast quant tes of th? So thing Syrup arjUArLl sold
and us d h re. We think Mrs. Wl s:ow hai Im
mortalized b r name by tbls invaluable a tlel and
we sine rely bi.lere thousands if chll ron haw
been saved from i.n early grave by Us timely use
anil that mllll jus yet unbor i will share Its bneflts,
and unl e In callln: her blessed. No Motbir has
dlscbarg d ber duty to ber suffertng lit le on -, In
our c pinion, until she baa gven It the benefit if
Mrs. Wlnslow's Se thing Syru w Try It mothers
Tar it now. Ladle's Visitor, Nw Tork City. So.d
by all Dr.gglsts. 2 cents a bo He. '
Hollloc Mill rteale.
The employees of the Rolling Mill win fire a
Picnic Excsrslon to Cane Creek, as ths Knexvllle
and Ohio railroad, Friday, 21st lost. A good Plat
form Is erected on the grounds, to accommodate
tbe lovers of tbe dance. Tbete will al 0 be Quoits,
Base BsU,Croquet,Swlnj ng and other amaasments,
under direction of tba Commit es. Refreshment
furnished by Bplr j Bros, at KnozTUle prices. Train
leases the Helling Mill at 7 o'clock, a. m. fan 75
eenta f r lady and gentlemen, 5t ecuts ftr gent e
man alone. . . , - roayl8d3
Basely Bouse and Lot, on Crozier street, la rear
of the rirat PresbyMrlan ehurrH. Apply to
jan21d44raos. A. I. PK08U3L
Tke reltale Belt Ce, Hanliall, Uieh,
Will seed their celebrated Beetro-Volu e Belt to
ths atrueted upon 80 days trial, Speedy ewes guar
snteed. They mean what they say. Witts te tbem
ICE C BEAK 1 ICE (BEAXII
Peter Kern's Maleea Oeea fe the (tea-
WaahTlIle Centennial and Exposition.
Tickets to Kashrille and return wl 1 be sold at the
to lowing special rates, onocca lcn of the Centen
nial Celebration, on May 15th, 16th. 17th. 18th,
l()th anl 20th, IncluslTe, good to rttuin until May
DUth: o o f
Vrnm utAtlnnn nrlatD1 to TtnonravlHe Ji:fie-
tlon, Inclu We . $13 00
Wb tt bur ana Kusse Ivme, . . . l J
Hi a Inns MorrlHtown Branch. . . . 11
Morrlstowu to Loudon. Inclusive, . . 10 OU
Vhliuluinn and Kwttwa.er. . . . W OO
Mouse Creek and Athens, . . . 8 OK
Klcevi le, Caaileston, Chatata, . o. . 7.50
Cleveland, Ool ewuh, Tjuer's, State Line,
Varneil's, . . . o.o . . 7 00
mayia-7t JAMES K OGBEN.
Keeps the Milwaukee Bott ed Lager Beer.
Ladles and gentlemen eaa new rafresa them
selves at a y Urn by wiling at TUB HAKD.
OHK&vr ICECKEAH MA1A05I In tbe
Bourb. with lee I ream net te be exrelled
rAHILla,PICSIC aad OCIL
eaa be supplied at short aotles br tbe qean or
gallon at reasonable rates. Bsmeatber, U la
keadqaartere for tbe best Cream la
nEADtl'ARTERM rOK MEATS) .
Metier at Zelgler, West Hide Market
We bave now the Latest Improved lee
Box for press vln: Mea fresh, and will alway
keep on handi THE VERY FINEMT
rKEMH MEAT, aa wel is S full supply of
the beat of Hams, Break rant Maeon,
aoBae. and In fact everything In the meat
line. We guarantee our customers satisfaction and
Cheaper than Fhyaetana' Bills.
"A Taiwo or Beactt is a Jor Foukveb."
What la It? Something pre. a red for woman only,
and Uf ed by them exclusively. It Is adapt d espe.
elall t eaa a wh re tbe womb Is dlso dered, and
will curs all lrregul irlt s of the "menses" of
"monthly courses." by r storing U dscharge,
whether acute or chronic In e ery Ins anc .
Fradfleld's Female Regulator, " Woman's Beat
Friend," Is prepared by tr. J. Brad fie d, Atlanta.
Ga. Price Si. nO per bottle, (old at wholesale by
:.ford. Cbamlwrlaln & Albers, Knuxville, Tenn.
Th as. m e can sell Saddles and Haraese
eheaeer than any ether heaaei 1st,
vTs wateh ear expenses, tad, We sell
fee CASH. Srd, Sio areoeats te leee.
Come and Mee.
MILLEB at IIOlXIXCiHWOItTn.
The Electric IJght,
If Prof. Edison's electric light Is going to super
sede th use of gas, ve are glad of tt Gas la the
bane of our natl mil existence. When hoarse with
too much speaking, lake Ball's Balaam. It Is
especially adapted .0 congressmen, ministers and
tbe rest of mankind. Geo. W. Albers, Wholesale
Agent, Knoxvllle, Term.
Valuer RUter'e le Ileadqnartera
for rine Cigar. Tobaccv, Meer
actLanxa ana ether ftpee, and
Kaseker'a Art Id m, at Usty
tiroeA the Old Mtand.
' First ef the Beaaesk
Call at Peter Kern's, Market Square, tor s
sparkling drink of Beds Water, from his new
Arena Fountain, the finest oas aver teen tnUUa
rtn. Ha haa also on draught the hading mlr
warn Kxsslstor. Kl.senxeo, aaitxer, Vlebey end
Tate spring; and Boat Bear and Ulngsr AM, the
treat tsmptrane sad Stella -firing wrtnaw.
A CARD TO THE PCBLIC.
It Is with feelings of the moot pro
found regret that we hereby annoanee
tbe epproeebing withdrawal of our
business house from Knoxvllle. -
About one ysar ago we published a
similar announoemeot; but, overcome
by our strong desire to remain and tbe
hearty, generous wtlooma of tbe good
propla of this oily, we made another
Sort to manage two large retail
bouses with a firm of only two men.
We re now utterly omvlueed that it
Is I ui practicable to do tbls and at tbe
same time to maintaiu that perfect
command and knowledge of our busi
ness In all its details, wbioh alone
' makes a fl rat class, well -managed store
possible.' ' '
Bolely for the ressuu mentioned, we
will, for the Drzt ,
". '. ' Btxty Daya,
Bell our stock, wbioh bas been kept
full end complete to date, at greatly '
reduoed prices) and we will, on or
. faljr Otb,
Remove what remains unsold to our
new bouse at Chattaoongs, where we
will be glad to reoeive our friends and
euftomers. .- ,
We take tbls opportunity to express
our heartfelt gratitude to tbe public ' f '
Knoxville and vtoinlty for the band of
fellowship and welcome which bas
been so cordially extended to us for tbe ,
past one and one-half years. ,
D. B. Lovkuan Jt Co.