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SATURDAY, NOVEMBEB 11, 188a.
Signal Service Weather Keporb
Knoxvxluc, November 10, 1882. -
10.32am 2.32 pm
I 59.9 "
Wet Bnlbj 58.
Marimnm thermometer 74.9; minimum
Uiennoineter 57.5; rainfall, 0.04.
'Indications. For Tennessee and the
Ohio Valley : Partly cloudy weather, with
rains, winds mostly southerly, rising, fal
lowed by falling, temperature, and station
ary or lower pressure.
According to the Dandridge Banner, a
little child seven months old, of Dr. EL P.
Coil, was badly scalded last Tuesday. It
was Bitting on the floor near the fire and got
hold of a coffee pot with hot coffee in it,
pulling it over, its hands were scalded so
badly it is feared it will loose them.
Call on L. Zebikdes, northeast of ceme
tery, on Broad street, for Hyacinth, Tulips,
Crocus, Lily and other bulbs, also Came
lias, Agalios, Cape Jassamines, monthly
Carnations, etc. Bouquets, and cut flow
ers. nov 1
Dandridge Banner: Vinyard Brimer, an
old and highly respected citizen of the 3rd
district of this county, died recently, at the
advanced age of 92 years. Previous to his
death, he had the misfortune to loose his
eyesight entirely. He was, perhaps, the
oldest man in Jefferson County. He was a
soldier in the war of 1812, we believe, and
was a pensioner.
LADIES, call on Miss Elise Humbert and
get your Dresses made at the Latest Styes,
under telegraph office, Church Street.
The wrecked car, with the bursted wheel,
from the effects of which John Denton lost
bis life, hurt boeu brought to the shop. The
bunted wheel, we notice, by the imprint,
is not of home manufacture, but came
from Columbus, Ohio. It had only been in
use about two months.
of Crackers at
Sew Citron at Bearden's.
Thre crood canvassers for a new article
iuBt out. Buckeye Novelty House, Cincin
Meatman' Peptonized Beef Tonic,
the only preparation of beef containing its
entire nutritious properties. It contains
hlfwvt.miikincr. force-eeneratine and life-
8Uhtaining properties; invaluable for Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, nervous prostration,
and all forms of general debility; also, in
all enfeebled conditions, whether the result
of exhaustion, nervous prostration, over
work, or acute disease, particularly if result
ing from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hirt A Co.. Proprietors. New York.
Sold by druggists.
New Raisins at Bearden's.
Jiew Currants at Bearden's.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
each. Apply to
Houses, three rooms in
Stephenson i. Getaz,
Two five-room houses for sale. For par
ticulars apply to Stephenson & Getaz.
Why did we not have Foss & Schneidir's
"Nonpareil" Export Lager before this?
We give it up. But you can get it now at
Brocade Silk and Plain Satins, in
Colors, Fine quality, 81.C0 per yard,
at D US BAR'S.
Ueuts, see Ilayues, Heuson Wright
for vour Fine Shoes for the winter.
They are closing out at a great saeri
Tobacco, Cigars, Fruits. Sic.
L. W. Scheuermann & Son have opened
two doors north of R. 8. Payne A Co., and
keep all kinds of fine Cigars, Tobaccoes,
Fruits and Confections. Call and see them.
A. D". BUSBAR'S.
FRESH OYSTERS I
In Cans, or bv Measure, at
Oysters at Undiburg's
Elegant Silk Velvets and Plush, at
about haif usual price, to close, at
A. B. BUSBAR'S.
shoe your families for the winter, at
Baj nes, Benson & Wright's,while they
are closing out their large retail stock.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bour
bon, Ind., says : "Both myself and wife j
owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMP
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss of Ap
petite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a
WHY WILL YOU couch when Shiloh's
Cure will irive immediate relief ? Price 10
cts. 50 cts. and $1.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Can
"HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 2d and 50 cents.
SHILOH'S CURE WILL immediately re
lieve Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
JbOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Complaint,
vou have a printed guarantee on every bot-
tU of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each
hnttie of siiiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
Wholesale Acents, Chapman, White,
Lyons & Co.; retail, Geo. W. Albers, Mar
DR. CH. C. THOMPSON,
OFKIOK: Cornr of Clinch
and. Gay Screwta.
L'p Stairs In Fouche Block,
Special attention glren to the Treat
ment of Uiae&aes of the
OFFICE HOURS i
to 11 a. itoir. M. and T v afief -ipPt
The following were registered at tb
different hotels yesterday :
J. L. Ensign, Concord; J. A. Hackney,
Piney; K. M. Johnson, Sweetwater; A. J.
Fonte, W. B. Lee, J. A. Miller, N. P. Ba
con, Loudon; Jim Palmer, Louisville; L.
Story, Chattanooga; A. W. Neff, Cincin
nati, O.; L. P. Speck, Bockford; W. M.
Brown, Jas. O. Wiikey, Kingston; A. Lewis,
Haynes'; J. L. Wyatt, French Broad; G.
B. Boss, C. A. WiUburn, T. N. William,
J. B. Stone, Maryvilie; J. G. Leabow, Effie;
J. L. Stamps, J. M. Blake, Mooresburg;
J. D. Adkins, J. H. Presnell, G. W. Pickett,
W. F. Sharp, Coal Creek; T. J. Perkins,
Elk Valley; Wm. Henderson, Blount
Countv: W. H. Bradshaw. Hodges: J. H.
Bradshaw, ltichland; K. B. Wyatt, J. L. j
Crary, C. S. R. 1.; E. L. Broviss, Ball !
Rally: Joe A. Hackney, Morganton; H. A.
Chance, Loudon. . ,,
HATTXS HOCBK. j ' i
M. T. Patton, Coal Creek; B. B. Lenoir,
Lenoir's; J. W. Giidea, Cincinnati, Ohio; i
C. P. Houston, jr., Zack T. McKay, J. H. j
Hjsinger, Washington; H. Pothtzer, Wm.
Jonee, jr., H. L. Strauss, Herbert Ruckner,
Dan'l B. Kahmeiler, Kew York; Ralph
Shropshire, Chattanooga; C N. Hammond,
Wfsttield, Mass.; D. B. Wallenstein, Rich
mond, Va.; C. M. Hamner and lady, Vir
ginia; Iiufus S. Eincaid, T. S. Kincaid,
Clinton; Chas. A. Moore, Asheville, N. C;
A. S. Bocon, Loudon; J. O. Miller, J. M.
Greer, Maryvilie; B. S. Catlett, Baltimore;
Julius Lewis, Boston; W. B. Lewis, A. E.
Mann, Dr. A. J. Gam bill, Concord.
D. S. Simpson, John Ramej, Miss Lyle,
Miss Jones, Jonesboro; A. Lewis, Haynes';
I. L. Moore, Rutledge; H. A. Goff, Mary
viUe; Geo. Davenport, Cincinnati; R. C.
McCalla, Ooltewah; John Oyler, Abingdon,
Va.; M. T. Jones, Dalton, Ga.; Thos. N.
McArter, J. D. Taliaferro, Loudon; Jno. W.
Clark, Oliver Burleson, Johnson City; S.
L. Saul, Bristol; Chas Cooley, SelmaAla.;
Tillman Jenkins, Danville, I1L; W. O. Gray,
J. B. Lynch, R. A. Ooffuian, Tennessee:
O. C. Bruce, Kingston; D. Kreis, Kreis; L.
Story, Chattanooga; W. D. McCroskey,
Bristol: C. H. Joues, Wolf Creek: John G.
Greer, George Duncan, Joseph Arbeely,
Maryvilie; W. B. Bowyer, Blount County.
Never try to raise a family without a
good newspaper, provided it contains the
advertisement of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup;
for this valuable medicine is necsssary to
keep your children in good health.
.The editor of the Chronicle desires to
publicly acknowledge the receipt yesterday,
of twenty-eight large and handsome bou
quets of beautiful flowers, from twenty-six
ladies and two young gentlemen of Rock
ford, in Blount County. They were brought
by Messrs. Thos. D. Hodge and Wm,
Hampson, with a message of sympathy,
confidence, esteem and encouragement in
view of the editor's efforts in behalf of the
right in the political campaign just closed.
We cannot express our gratification at the
receipt of such a testimonial from such a
source Such an endorsement reconciles
one to defeat, and robs it of its unpleasant
features. In returning thanks for this
pleasing testimonial, with the encouraging
message, we can only say to the fair
donors and young gentlemen, that
we shall always contend for what
we believe to be right, and
whatever we can do to uphold the good
name of our people, and save them from
reproach, shall be done without stopping to
count the cost or considering personal sac
rifice. Among the reminiscences of the
campaign, this shall always be remembered
with pleasure. .' "
The names of the donors of this handsome
testimonial are Mrs. Lou J. Hodge, Mrs.
P. B. McCarrolL Mrs. Ann HeartselL Mrs,
Mary Terry, Mrs. Ann Hooper, Mrs. M. A.
Hodge, Miss Paralee M. Heartsell, Misses
Mollie A. Speck, Sirena A. Steele, Abbia J,
Steele, Mary E. Wray, Mattie A. Mounts,
Priscilla A. Moss, Nancy A. Steele, Mary L.
Hampson, Jennie S. Hampson, Lizzie N.
Heartsell, Mary L. Hodge, Mattie F. Wray,
Mattie L. Steele, Mattie I. HeartselL Sallie
C. Wine, Maggie J. Wine, Sallie A. Hamp
son, Lula Boline, Ella C. Hampson, Julia
Cochran, Messrs. Thos. B. Hodge and E. A.
Wine. . .......
How She Saved Her Darling.
"I shall not feel so nervous again about
babys teething," writes a grateful mother;
"We almost lost our darling from cholera
infantum, but happily heard of Parker's
Ginger Tonic in time. A few spoonfuls
soon cured baby, and an occasional dose
keeps us in good health." Brooklyn Moth,
Cream Cheese at Bearden's.
Mince Meat at Bearden's.
Layer Figs at Bearden's.
Horseford's Acid Phosphate In Inebriety,
Da. C. S. ELLIS, Wabash, Ind., says:
"I prescribed it for a man who had used in
toxicants to excess for fifteen years, but dur
ing the last two years has entirely abstained.
He thinks the Acid Phosphate is of much
benefit to him."
'."Presumption begins in ignorance and
ends in ruin." On the other hand, the pro
duction of Kidney-Wort began with wise
precautions and scientific research, and its
use ends in restoring shattered constitutions
and endowing men and women with health
and happiness. "My tormented back," la
the exclamation of more than one poor hard
working man and woman; do yon knov
why it aches? It is because your kidneys
are over-tasked and need - strengthening.
and your system needs to be cleansed of bad
humors. You need Kidney-Wort
An interesting conversation was over
heard the other day, when some of oar
prominent citizens were enjoying them
selves at dinner. Said one of them s "We
have been always accustomed to drink Im
ported beer, bat ever since Foss & Schnei
der came oat with their 'Nonpareil' Export
we drink nothing else, and claim the 'Non
pareil' superior to alL" At Kohlhase's.
The Safest Way.
The safest and sorest way to restore the
youthf ml color of the hair is furnished by
Parker's Hair balsom, which is deservedly
popular from its superior cleanliness.
and Most Complete
Line ol Canned
Hoods Ever Brought
to the City, at
Something- Kew Olive
CEKTKAL COAL CO., : ,
t Mineia and Dealers in
,. CO Aii CREEK LUMP COAL.
Coal furnished by the car load. - We de-
Office, Fouche Block, Clinch street Ad
Secretary and Treasurer.
Beal Ostrich Tips, only 60 cents, to
Close, at 1. D. DUXBAR'S.
i For Stetson flats, see Haynes, Hen-
son & Wright's latest styles.
DjAILY f CHRONICLE, , KNOXVILLE, ftATU RQAY MORyiIjr9M
Mr. R. H. Carson and wife, of Jefferson
County, have been visiting their son, Mr. J.
Harvey Carson, of the Market Square
deBtal depot, for a day or two, and left yes
terday to extend their visit in Blount Coun
ty. . : " ::
Mrs. F. A. Butler left yesterday evening,
returning to her home in Nashville.
Mrs. A. P. Bradford and daughter-in-law,
Mrs.. John P. Bradford, nee Miss Maggie
Murphy, went yesterday for a visit to Con
cord. ' ' . :
Mr. Jno . W. Hood, of Kingston, is in the
city, and was a welcome caller upon the
The "chief clerk of the Imperial Hotel,
Steubenville, Ohio; Mr. John M. Hoagland,
heartily indorses St. Jacobs Oil. By apply
ing it to his throat he relieved himself of
severe pain and was cured of a chronic
sore throat that nothing would relieve.
FURTHER ELECTION RETURNS
From the Local Elrctlons of Last Tuesday.
We give below, such other election re
turns as have been received, from the con
test of last Tuesday at the ballot box:
OFFICIAL VOTE OF ROANE COUNT!.
Governor, Hawkins, Rep., 1,531, Bate,
Dem., 631; BeasleyJ Greenbacker, 6.
Congress, Hook, Rep , 1,364; Rule,
Senate, Dawson, Rep., 1,182; Byrd, Dem.
Representative, Ellis, Rep., 1,317; Wes
ter, Ind. Rep., 817.
J. C. Pope, Clerk.
For Governor Hawkins, 1,842; Bate,
For Congress Houk, 1,934; Rule, 477.
For senator Sherwood, 2,409: McGaha,
For represeuative Wade, 1,560; Roberts,
The sixth district and one preeinct in the
fifth are to hear from.
5 BBADLET COTTNTT.
Governor Hawkins 769, Bate 729, Fus-
sell 40, Beasley 152.
Congress Trewhitt 962, Dibrell 716.
Senate Carter 874, Matthews 843.
" Representative Browder 924, Smith 769.
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No matter what your ailment is, Browru's
Iron Bitters will surely benefit you.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Mew Tork Stock Market.
New York, November 9 11 a. m. The
stock market opened active, but weak, and
al- below yesterday's closing figures, the
latter for Central Pacific and Oregon and
Trans-Continental. Daring the first hour
of business the market Las been very active
and irregular. Prices first declined al,
Delaware, Lackawana and Western, Lake
Shore and Missouri Pacific leading in the
downward movement, after which a recov
ery of JalJ took place, led by Central Pa
cific and Omaha. This was followed by a
break of 2 per cent, in Delaware, Lacka
wana and Western, to ldUf, and falf, the
remainder of the list, the latter for Omaha.
At 11 o'clock a general rally of la.li was re
corded, the latter for Delaware, Lackawana
and. Western. Denver and Rio Grande has
been very little affected. -
Exchange, 4801: governments, weak and
generally lower; fives, 101J; fours-and-a-
half, 1124; fours, 1194; money, 8a4; State
bonds, neglected; sub-treasury balances,
coin, $101,134,000;' currency, $4,447,000;
stocks, tone irregular, but in the main
strong and prices higher.
Ala. Class A 85
Ala. Class A small 83
Ala. Class B 5's 101
Ala. Class C 4's 84
Chicago & Northwestern 143 J
Chicago fc Northwestern, preferred 162
East Term, Va. & Ga. R. R. 10
Illinois Central.. 147
Lake Shore 115
Louisville &, Nashville 48
Memphis A Charleston 47l
Nashville Chattanooga bit
New York Central 13l
Richmond &, Alleghany 16
Richmond & Danville 67J
Rock island 13U
South Carolina Brown Consuls... 103
West Point, terminal 31
Wabash, St Louis Pacific 33
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific, preferred.. 58;
Western Union 79
U. S. 3 per cents 102;
NewYobx, November 9. Cotton, net re
ceipts, 624 bales; gross, 10,044 bales. Fu
tures closed steady; sales, 10,000 bales;
November, 10.21al0.22; December, 10.17a
10.18; January, 10.23al0.24; February,
10.34al.35; March, 10.51; April, 10.58a
10.59; May, 10.70; June, 10.81; July, 10.91a
10.92; August 1101.
New fork Cotton Market
New Yoek, November 9. Cotton easy;
sales, 823 bales; uplands, 10 7-16; Or
leans, 10$; consolidated, net receipts, 39,
549 bales; exports to Great Britain, 10,768
I bales; to Fiance, 7,451 bales; to continent
5,851 bales. .
Mew York General Market.
New Yoek, November 9. Southern
flour fairly active and steady; common to
fair extra, $4.65a5.50; good to choice do.,
S5.60aa.67. Wheat, opened duil, and fa
lower, but subsequently recovered from the
decline, and advanced jal closing firm, at
a shade under the highest rates; No. 2
spring, nominal; ungraded red, 87J; No.
2 red, November, 86ia87f. Corn, cash, 2 j
higher and scaroe; ungraded, 80a88; No. 2.
November, 81a83J. Oats opened Ja$ lower
and closed strong; the decline recovered;
No. 3, 40a41J; do., white, 42Ja43. Coffee
dull and rather weak, on spot sales; Novem
ber, $6 25. Sugar dull and unchanged;
fair to good refining, 7a7i: refined lower.
Molasses steady and better inquiry; sales,
New Orleans, 5,060. Rice steady and quiet
Wool dull and unchanged. Pork quiet and
firmly held; sales, new mess, spot, 22. 25a
22.50; city family mess, quoted at $25.00;
options nominal; long clear 12al'2 Lard,
cash and November, about 10 higher, clos
ing strong; later deliveries, 2&a5 lower and
dull; sales, prime steam, spot, $12.50;
November, $U.77iall.95; December,
$I1.25all.3?i. ... . -
' Chicago Market.
Chicago, November 9. Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat easier; regular, 91fa91;
November, yjayj; no. 'J (Jhicago spring,
91 Ja92 cash; November, 91 J; No. 3 do., 78;
No. 2 . red winter, 94 cash; November,
93fa94; December. 94. Corn unsettled
and irregular, 67 cash; November, 66; De
cember, 60. Oats firmer, 34 cash and
November. Pork lower, $19.25 cash; No
vember, $ 18 05al8. Lard active, firm and
higher; $11.60 cash: November, 11.42a
11.45. Bulk meats in fair demand; shou!
ders, 7J; short rib, 11$; short clear. 11.
Whisky steady and unchanged, vi.iv.
SaTNo family Dyes were ever so popular
as the Diamond Dyes. They never fait
The Black is far superior to logwood. The
other colors are brilliant
Ladles, Haynes, Henson & Wright
are closing out one or largest and best
selected stocks or Zeigler Shoes in the
State. See them before their stock is
broken. , , c
? Allen's Bbaui Food positively cures Ner
vousness, Nervous Debility and all Weakness
of Generative Organs. $1. , 6 for $5. All
drngxdsts, ': Send for circular . to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First At, j N. T. Sold in
Kb oxville by BaatonL, Chamberlain A Al
bers, corner Gay iai Mcdong streets.
Official Vote of
IgOVEBNOB OONOBESS SENATE. .. FLOAXEK.
' i ATT.
i'l F I f ; f P f jjr
1st district ' 96; 115 97 118! 93 -22 93 124 76ji 66 118
2nd district I 120 25ij 120 26; 137 4 1 16 123 126 17
3d district ... 141 42,j 140 46! 148 19 4 45 133! 149 22
4th district... I 56 40 ; 57 " 42i 56 32 . 8i 42 55(1 54 41
5th district. 49 116 49 U6j 4a 107 116! 4.7'lj 46 4
6th district ! 98 81 1 96 82: 99 10 43 112j 76j 97 15
7th district i 90 112. 89 113 99 49 30; 113, 89; 90 69
8th district j 133 140 1 133 146 139 114 148j 126 143 114
9th district 66 113,1 64 115 62 77 31 115! 59 68 107
10th district 291 204- 292!208 303 148 36 1 262 236 308 184
11th district 1121 88l: 120, 88; 138 21 38 80 120 118 69
12th district 44 256 46! 254 48 234 8 250 38 89 164
13th district 42 32 42; 33, 51 1 22 . 33 38 37 33
14th district 1 138 18, 145! 29 98 1 67 39 94 52 114
15th district I 105 117 1 101 j 119; 115 20 87; 127! 94 89 122
16th district ; 63 62 i 64 62r 69 59 62 63j 63
17th district 77 19 76 23, 65 6 14' 29 65;! 72 11
18th district j! 47 64; 44 69j 43 62 6j 69 43. 45 61
Total j 1777 1644 1775 1689 '1811 986 487' 1782 1575II17121265
Fussell got 4 votes in the 17th district ; Beasley, 5 votes in the 10th district
Second Congressional District.
Following is the vote, by counties, in the
second Congressional district, as far
ceived by us :
Anderson '. 506
Morgan County, with one district to hear
from, gives Houk 191 majority.
Union and Scott Counties not yet heard
TH1BD OONfiBlisSlONAL DISTRICT.
The Chattanooga Times gives the follow-,
ing table of the majorities in the third Con
gressional district, between Dibrell (Dem.),
and Trewhitt (Rep.), the estimated figures
being in parenthesis :
" Dibrell Trewhitt
Van Buren (200)
Totals 3,965 2,421
Dibrell's majority 1,544
HO PE& BROTHER,
Watchmakers and Jewelers
KN0XVILLE BANK BCILDlXi,
Keep always in siock new and
e!egant designs in Watches,
Jewelry and iiiverware, and
give special attention to Re
pairing anu E graving. We
Allen's Luko Baxsam has proved itself
to be the greatest medical remedy for heal
ing the lungs purifying the blood and re
storing the tone of the liver. - It excites
the phlegm which is raised from the lungs,
thereby the cough, pains, oppression, night
sweats and difficulty of breathing, all the
the above symptoms will be cured, and the
whole system again restord to health.
For sale by all Medicine Dealers.
Oysters at Schubert's.
A grand festival was given last night at
the Good Samaritan hall by the newly or -ganized
lodge which bears the name of Sons
of Zebalon, which was organized about six
weeks ago. A large crowd was in attend
ance, besides the members, about thirty in
number. As this is the first festival they
have ever given they were congratulated
and highly satisfied. A fine table of refresh
ments was spread. H. BL Jones, W.N.
was marshal for the night. The
the committee was as follows: Misses Mar
tha Massingill, Lizzie Gammon, Maria Mc
Ghee, and Lila Wiley.
Committee on finance John F. Kidd, J.
A. Kilgo, Chas. Smith, N. W. Banks, W. A.
McCoy, W. A. Nelson, H. H. Jones.
We had a good time and a good orowd.
No disorder. J: B. C. Hxndebson,
. Sec'y and Treas. ;
TENNYSON'S "MAY QUEKN "
Who knows that if the beautiful girl who
died so young had been blessed with Dr.
Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" she might
have reigned on many another bright day.
The "Favorite Prescription" is a certain
cure for all those disorders to which females
are liable. By druggists.
"The best is the cheapest," is an old and
true maxim. The Celluloid Eye-Glasses
are the best for those who. need artificial aid
for the eyes.
For sale by all leading Jewelers and Op
Oysters at Schubert's.
Buggy, Was on. Etc.,
This (Saturday) morning, at 10 o'clock, I
will sell Furniture, Cook Stoves, Buggy,
Wagon, etc. E. A. Akxbs,
Spot Cash Prices.
10 wose wno are looking to tlieir own
interests: I have just opened a new and
well selected stock of groceries, together
with a fall line of cigars and tobacco, at W
W. Scarborough's old stand, corner of Broad
and McGhee streets.
novll, 12, 15, 18,19 J. Blaotbld,
Uverceats of Beavers, Chinchillas and
Meltons. Overcoats single and doable-
breasted. Overcoats for men and for boys.
Overcoats for everybody, and Ulsters and
Revereibles for everybody's neighbor.
Come and see them ; you will find them
cheaper than at any other house at
- " , HkAkTS.
For 25 cents you can buy an Undershirt
For 25 cents you can buy a pair of Drawers.
For 25 cents you can buy a Working Shirt
The best 50c Undershirt and Drawers in
the world at Heabtb'.
Suits for men, Suits for Youth's, Suite for
Boy's, and suite for Children of all the
popular fabrics and styles, from 10 to 25
r cent less than you can buy them at any
other house at Hbasm.
Drink Boaemiaa Bottled and Export
Bottled Beer. ; H. Somtjbxbt, Agent
Shoot at Hotel Clerk ; Are Arrested and
About half past 8 o'clock last night, M.
T. Nolan and his brother, of Anderson
County, apparently under the influence of
liquor, stepped into the McMillan House,
on State street, and called for supper. Mr.
Will Gilbert, the clerk, told them it was too
late for supper, that they had nothing pre
pared, and the cook was gone.
They ' were dissatisfied with the
information and talked rather angrily,
saying, they would see about that mat
ter, and all at once M. T. ' Nolan drew a
pistol and shot at Gilbert, right in the
house. The shot missed him but scared
him pretty bad. The Nolans then put out
in a hurry.
The police were notified and officers
Reeder and Burdell followed, captur
ing them on the Clinton pike,
near the Second M. . Church.
They were brought back to the city and ar
raigned before Justice King, M. T. Nolan
for malicious shooting and carrying weap
ons, and his brother for carrying weapons.
Both were bound over to court and com
mitted to jail, in default of bail.
A druggist in New Richmond, O., Mr.
E. J. Don bam, writes us the folio wine: "I
consider Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup one of the
very best things made. I use it altogether
in my own family and can therefore re
Dwellers on Fifth avenue are making
complaint because the trenching for the
water pipes goes more slowly there than at
other places, being left in a dangerous and
troublesome shape, and allowed to stand
still for several days. They think the work
should be finished at once, as in other
Banish ill health, nervousness, vexation,
fretfulness, etc., by using Brown's Iron
Furnished with teeth rendered pearly and
glistening by fragrant SOZODONT, usually
regarded as an indespensable adjunct of the
toilet, are perfectly bewitching. So irresist
able does the broadcloth sex find them, that
it requires the utmost self-restraint to for
bear imprinting a kiss upon them, where -
ever seen, no corrosive substance contam
inates this standard beautifier of the teeth,
from which it removes overy impurity.
Use it regularly.
Consignments of merchandise, new or
second-hand furniture, household goods,
clothing, fcc., which I will purchase for
cash, or advance npon same, and sell at my
store, No. 100, Gay street Second-hand
clothing a specialty. My name is
Yellow Fever Prevented.
The engineers of the Central Railroad of
Georgia say: "Though exposed to the
worst miasmatio influences, going in and
coming out of Savannah at different hoars
of the night, and also in spending entire
nights in the city during the prevalence of
the yellow fever epidemic of 1874, with bat
the single exception of one of as (who was
taken sick but speedily recorvered) we con
tinued in our usual good health a circum
stance we can account for in no other way
but by the effect, under Providence, of the
habitual and continued use of Simmons
Liver Regulator while we were exposed to
Rev. Dr. Darnell, of Chattanooga,
preaches this cnorning at the Third Presby
terian Church at 10 o'clock.
If the blood be impoverished, as mani
fested by pimples, eruptions, ulcers, or run
ning sores, scrofulous tumors, swellings or
general debility, take Dr. R. V. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery." Sold by
It is rumored that large beds of the best
coal, almost fabulous in extent, have been
recently discovered in Morgan and Fen
tress Counties, and a Pennsylvania capital
ist is planing to get control of a large part
of it and then build a branch railroad from
the Cincinnati Southern, to pass near to
Valuable (Quarry for Hale. -
On account of loss of health I propose to
sell my valuable quarry of variegated mar
ble, three miles south of the city. This
quarry has been operated successfully for
more than two years. The marble is of the
finest color, very sound and easily quarried.
It brings the' highest price in the market,
and is convenient to railroad transportation.
It has first-class tools, derricks run by
steam, and every faculty for cheap quarry
ing. The whole will be sold cheap. For
further information address me at Knoxville,
Tenn. T. P. Thomas.
Cane Mills and Evaporators.
Three Roller Cane Mills in iron frame.
Two Roller' Cane Mills in iron frame.
Two Roller Cane Mills 11 inon.
Two Roller Cane Mills 12 inch.
Two Roller Cane Mills 14 inch.
No. 2 Galvanized Evaporators, 36 by. 34.
No. 3 Galvanized Evaporators, 40 by 96.
Galvanized Evaporators, cheap, plain.
Send in your orders early as there is a
great demand for these goods.
W. W. WooDBtj & Go. -
Morboe, Mich., Sept 25, 1875.
Sibs: I have been taking Hop Bitters for
inflammation of kidneys and bladder. I
has done for me what four doctors failed to
do. The effect of Hop Bitters seemed like
magic to me. W. L. CARTER.
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Waa.ala-ataaa Ofc.1 St itaTilla. T .
NOVEMBER A ll,
B Ai3 A M
This engraving represents the Lungs in a
A Good Family Hemedy!
HarmleHg to the Mont Delicate!
By its Faithful Use, C0XSUMPTI0N
HAS BEEN CUBED when Other
Remedies and Physicians have
Failed to Effect a Cure.
Wm. C, Dlgges Merchant of Bowling Green,
V a., writes, April 4, 181. that he wants us to
know that the Lena Balsam bas cured his
mother of Consumption, alter the physician h id
tiven her up as 1 ; urabl, He says, others
knowing ber case, have taken the Balsam and
been cur-ri ; he thinks aii so afflicted should
give it a trial.
Wm. A. Graham & Co., wholesale Druggists
ZanesviUe, Ohio, writes us ol the cure of Mathias
Kreeman. a well known citizen, who has been
afflicted with Bronchitis in its wotst form for
twelve years. The Lt'Na Baisam cured him
as it has many others, of Bronchitis.
Voluntary Editorial from the Dubuque
AlXEM's Lcno Balsam is a popular remedy
in uuouq je anu me surrounding country, roe
druggists wbom we have nterviewed in reg ird
to the saie of different remedies for Luug Dis
eases, au speaK in nign terms ot Alien s Long
Balsam, not only as having the largest saie, but
of givmg entire sacistacti u wherevf r it is used.
In relation to its t-xceilent curative properties,
we can speak from experience, having used it in
oar iamiiy ior a long nine.
As an Expectorant It Has So EqnaL
For Sale by All Medicine Dealers.
House ESstnbilslied ISSO
(SUCCESSOR TO G. H. SMITH,)
Solid Silver and Silver-Plated Ware.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
WSpecial attention paid to Repairing
. OPPOSITE HATTIE HOUSE.
KJrOXVlLL.E, - TE$E88Et;.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most -delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, HI., and St. Louis, Mo.,
at Lopaila Teaat O u. Dr. Prk'. Cnaa BaklM
Fawaar, ami Dr. Prlw'a Gala.ua Parfaaaa.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADECOOD8.
Mossy Creek, Tenn.
Located on the E. T., Va, &
Ga. Railroad, 30 Miles
East of Knoxville.
1st Term or Mession '.lSSS-'SS Opena
August 4; the 2nd, January 7.
Kev. B. d. Mana&d, D. D-, President and Pro
fessor Literature and Philosophy.
Bev. S. W. Tindkll, a. M tf rofsor of Ancient
and Modern Languages, Greek and Latin.
Kev. S. E. Jonks, A, M.. ro lessor Matueinutics.
J. J- Huff, a. M-, Prof ess jr Eng. and Natural
COCHBK OF IKSTKl CTIOSi.
As to erf ensNeness, is Indicated by the respective
Tuition, per Tenn, from Sie to $20. -Boarding,
per Month, from $6 to $10.
Text books and lutuon tree to all ministerial
students recommended bv their churches.
A DVASj TAfciKS :
In the character of the instruction Its high
standard, intellectually, morally anl soci illy.
In the freedom from all umptation to vice, in
the w iy of liquor or gambling saloons.
In the abstuce of ail causes for extravagance
In tno privilege) of attending on the religious
exercises of the various denominations, as
Methodists, Presbyterians and Bi4Hli.
In the literary societies, and the use Of their
libraries as well as the Iieedomof the reading
room and college liDr.u-y. which are invaluable
to the student.
In the lecture sfstem, consisting of weekly
and monthly lectures. The ioimer, by the Fac
ulty, and embrace such topics as "The Pti falls of
Our Youth," "Oneness of Aim," "The Pro
fessions of Lite.-" The latter, by professional
gentlemen not connected wi h the College, and,
on subjects suited to the btudents' culture.
In the beautv and grandness of the College
location, as well as genaral heattbfulnefS.
bend to Prof. J. J. He r for Catalogues.
Mossy Creek, Tenu., June l, 1882.
H0XSIE & MINNIS,
. WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
Short Profits !
SEND FOR PRICES.
; , OPPOSITE CITY HALL,
Sole Agents for the sale of the Celebrated
Carolina Tolu Tonic!
The Best and Most Palatable Rtmedy known for all
PULr.10HJ.RY DISUSES &ND GENER&L DEBILITY I
Is a CERTAIN CURE for CHRON C COUGH, CONSUMPTION and
all Diseases of the THROAT and LUNGS. It is INVIGORATING and
RESTORES THE APPETITE. The principal Ingredients are
BALSAM OF TOLU AND BOCK CANDY
Combined with other medicinal qualities, all beneficial to the health of
persons suffering with these diseases.
CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION!
Owing to the medicinal composition of the TOLU TONIC aDd the
merits of its" curative qualities, it is only subject to stamp tax, is exempt
from all other internal revenues, and any dealer can sell without a revenue
We keep a larp stock constantly 01 M, i here tie trade can lie supplied
BEAHDEN & CO., City il gents.
OPPOSITE MECHANICS' BNK,
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Flannel Suitings, CaiitonCloths,
BLACK & COLORED CAHMtBESi ALL SHADES
English Crapes and Crape Vtilings.
Ladies' and Misses' Circulars
BLANKETS, SHEETINGS AM) TICKINGS,
BOOTS, SHOES ARID HATS
IN GREAT VARIETY".
Cheaper Than Any
This Powder never- varies, a marvel of purity,
strength and wbolesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test.
Short weight, alum or phosphate powdsrs. Scld
only in cans.
KOYAL BAKING POWDER COMPANY,
KM Wall Street, New ork.
ZANE & B0DLEY CO.
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
ON THEIR -
Steam Engine and Saw Mil!
Bxhibtted at Atlanta in 1881.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Boilers.
Saw Mills, Gang Edtrert. Lath Machines, Hnb
and Spoke Maohir iry. Shafting, Hangers, Pul
leys. Couplings, Gearing. Grist and Flour Mills
Send for Special Circular of our Ho. 1 Plantation
Saw Mill, which we sell for '
Special attention given to Plantation Ma
chine. JtUttaSroterf Circular JVr-ee.
LANE & BOPLE Y CO.,
John Jt Watnr &., Cincinnati, O.
) MAGAZINES NEATLY AND
SUBSTANTIALLY BOUND AT
THE CHRONICLE OFFICE, IN
ANY STYLE DESIRED; AND
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
House in the city.
OK RVKKV IrKMCKIPTIOS-
Manilla and Wrapping
PAPER BAGS, &c.
Snoxviiie, - Tennessee-
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