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THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KNOXVILLE, SATURDAY lIOXtNINO, DECEMBER; 2 1C32.
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S ATUEDAY; DECEMBER 2. 1882.
gignal Service Weather Report.
Knoxvuxx, December 1, 1882.
Time 6.32a.m. 1 10.32am 2.32 pm
Therm'ter 1 27.3
Wet Bulb 26.5
,TntiTriTim thermometer 50.; minimum
thermometer 26.4; rainfall, 0.00 inohes. '
iKDiOATiosa. For Tennessee and the
Ohio Valley : Fair weather, warmer, south
westerly winds, falling barometer, followed
in the west portion by local runs, rising
barometer and colder northwest winds. -
With thia issue of the Chbohiou I sever
my connection with the paper, voluntarily
and for reasons entirely satisfactory to my
self. Jno. H. Moobk, City Editor.
' Thanksgiving was the coldest day of the
Atlanta, Ga., had the second snow of the
' No new developments are reported in the
line of smallpox news in Knoxville.
Mr. H. F. Henderson, the clever clerk at
the Atkin House, returned Thursday from
Morribtown, where he had a splendid bird
hunt with Mr. O. F. Wiley, of the Cain
' Ogden Brothers are having a large trade
in Christmas cards this season. They have
a very beautiful line. Their store is
crowded full of beautiful things suitable for
. It was a hard freeze yesterday morning.
The private water works pipes on the
streets, exposed, were frozen up, and had
to be thawed out before they could be
Ogden Bros, are displaying one of the
largest and most beautiful stock of Christ
mas cards ever brought to the city. Some
of the designs are especially beautiful. No
one should fail to call and look over their
stock. - -
AiAKX's Beats Food positively cures Ner
vousness, Nervous Debility and all Weakness
of Generative Organs. $1. 6 for $5. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N.. Y. Sold in
Knoxville by Sanford, Chamberlain i. Al
berts, corner Gay and MoCltmg streets.
The wonderful musical prodigy, Blind
Tom, will commence a two nights' engage
ment at Staub's Opera house next Monday
night The New Orleans Picayune, of a
recent date, has this to say of him :
This strangely gifted negro boy had a
large audience at Grunewald Hall yesterday
afternoon. It is likely that he will appear
again in New Orleans in the course of a few
weeks. The spectacle of an oddity, or an
eccentricity, in many of the relations of
life, is not ordinarily surprising to the
world. . They pass before us in numerous
shapes and forms, and such is the frequenoy
and variety of their recurrence that man
kind rarely turns its head to take a second
look. But here is a profound psychological
mystery, whose depth lies far below the
plummet of speculation. ' Bom a slave, de
prived before birth of the power of vision,
endowed with faculties that hover upon the
border -land between intelligence and non-re-spoiiBibil
ty that narrow horrizon which
seems destined to be forever illuminated
by the twilight of intellect he is yet a
musical miracle. God, in His inscrutable
wisdom, denied him sight He saw fit
likewise to limit the range of his faculties,
but compensate the poor blind negro boy
for the want of these, He so richly en
dowed him with the genius of art, so filled
his soul with melody, that there is hardly a
man in the ide world, whatever his ap i
tude or training, who excels him in com
mand of his instrument His range of
themes is great. Whether it is a conata of
Beethoven or a wild African plantation
hymn, the divine inspiration of Tom finds
utterance and expression at one moment
beguiling the listener into a dreamy ecstacy,
agnin listing him into a species of sympa
thetic exaltation. It is impossible to de
scribe Tom, or the effects of his music. To
fully understand and appreciate and enjoy
him, one must hear him.
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The verdict after an impartial trial
The Celluloid Eye-Glasses will stand ten
times more abuse than any other. For sale
by all leading Jewelers and Opticians,
Latest styles of Ball and Wedding
Invitations at the Chronicle Office.
Call for the new patent laced shirts at
Men's suits for five dollars, worth seven,
at V, Heabts.
Men's and boys' Beversible Overcoats
very cheap at : HxaBTa'.
Suits to please all tastes and within the
reach of all purses at Hkabts.
A fresh invoice of Boys' Clothing, just
received at Hiabts'.
Those that know coining about the value
of clothing, pay no more than those that
know it thoroughly, at H easts'.
Underwear of standard qualities cheaper
than elsewhere, at Hxabxs'.
The best Overcoats for the lowest prices,
at '". " ' Hearts'.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Bhiloh's Cure. We guar
WILL YOU SUFFEB with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Yitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's cure is the
remedy for you. x
CATABBH CUBED, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem
edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injeotor free.
FOB LAME BACK, Side or Chest, use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. . It cures eon
SHILOH'S VITALIZES is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diza
ness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. . Price
10 cents and 75 cents per bottle.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
.Wholesale Agents Chapman, White,
Lyons & Co.; lie tail Geo. W. At.bkm,
Market Square. 1
DR. CH. C. THOMPSON,
OFFICE : Corner of Clinch
and Gay Sweets,
Op Stairs In Fouche Block,
Knoxville, - Tennessee,
Special attention given to the Treat-
- ment of Diseases ef the
OPFIOB HOURa ; -
I to 11 A. K. ? to 4 V. SI., and 7 to 9 altar snprs
' ' Personal.
Mr. H. W. Holston, of Mossy Creek,
Jefferson County, was in the city yesterday
on a business trip.
Mr. Joe. M. Fain, commercial traveler
for M. L. Boss & Co., returned Thursday
night from a successful trip through North
;. Miss Alice Cannon, of Sweetwater, who
has been visiting at the home of Mr. 8. T.
Logan for two or three weeks, left for
home yesterday. She stopped off with
relatives at Philadelphia.
. Mr. 3. E. Hacker, of Greeneville, of the
revenue service, came down yesterday.
Mr. Samuel B. Ogden, of the book and
stationary and job printing house of Ogden
Brothers, went west on yesterday's train.
Mr. W. O. Davis, of the Athens Post,
was in the city yesterday, looking after the
interests of that excellent journal
We had the pleasure of meeting Mr. A.
Listenberger, superintendent of agents of
the Oliver Chilled Plow Company. ; While
in the city, Messrs. W. W. Woodruff & Co.,
their agents, gave him an order for ten car
loads of Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs.
Mrs. Dr. J. W. Hill left Wednesday night
for New York, in company with Mrs. O.
F. Hill; the former will sail for London in
a few days, on her way to the South of
France, to visit her father, who is quite
Miss Lillian Boyd, of Sweetwater, came
up on the evening train yesterday and is
stopping at the residence of W. B. Fenton.
Mr. S. B. Dow, of the wholesale grocery
house of M. L. Boss & Co., returned yes
terday morning from a trip to New Hamp
shire, , where he was summoned by the
death of his aged mother.
Hon. Sam W. Simerly, of Johnson City,
the newly-elected Senator from the first
Tennessee district, was in the city yesterday.
A doctor at Biclmond says that if peo
ple will take a bath in hot whiskey and
rock salt twice a year they will never catch
a Cold. Until somebody has tried this new
remedy we would say: stick to the old and
reliable Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
In Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 30, 1882, by
Bev. James Park, D. D., Dr. W. P. Bur
dett, of Nashville, and Miss Seraphina Car
ter, of Knoxville.
The ceremony took place at the resdence
of the bride's mother, on Church street,
and was witnessed by a select party of in
vited friends, and the newly-wedded couple
took the noon train for Nashville, which
will be their home.
Dr. Burdett is a young physioian of
worth and prominence in Nashville, es
teemed and respected by alL In the per
son of Miss Seraphina Jie has plucked one
of the fairest and purest flowers of Knox
ville's society, a young lady of rare person
al charms, sweet and pleasant dispostion,
and universally popular with all classes.
The newly wedded couple - have the con
gratulations and well wishes of numerous
Little thanks are due to him who only
gives away what is of no use to himself."
The thanks of invalids the world over , are
being showered on the inventor of Kidney
Wort, for it is giving health to alL Kidney
Wort moves the bowels regularly, cleanses
the blood, and radically cures kidney dis
ease, gravel, piles, bilious headache and
pains which are caused by disordered liver
and kidneys. Thousands have been cured
why should you not try it
West Knd Totes Mo Corporation.
An election was held Thursday in West
End, the western suburb of Knoxville, on
the question of annexing that portion of the
city to the corporation. Those favoring
annexation voted "corporation," those op
posing it "no corporation." The '"no cor
poration" ticket was elected by a vote of
113 votes, to 69 for "corporation," and it
will not be annexed at present
Unavailing were the efforts of Mr. W. M.
F. Quinlan superintendent of Glass Works,
Crystal City, Mo., to cure himself of a most
troublesome sore on his knee. One week's
faithful use of St. Jacobs Oil cured him
completely, much to his great comfort
L F. Hayworth, Mossy Creek, says: "My
wife used Brown's Iron Bitters and it did
her more good than any medicine she has
COAL! BEST LUMP COAL!!
Buy your Coal from the East
Tennessee Coal Co. Orders
sent by Telephone No. , 84.
Office with Jno. M. Brooks &
Co., Gay Street. Yard at South
end of Jacksboro St
; Thanksgiving- (or Children. '
In passing the stock of .Toys and China,
which makes such a fine, display, opposite
to W. W. Woodruff's, on Gay street, we saw
that the people were pleased with the efforts
of Taylor & Co. to suit them. The stream
of buyers indicates substantial appreciation,
and great will be the thanksgiving of the
children as a result nov30d2t "
Oysters at Schubert's, j f -
HOT AIR FURNACES, ,
Have your old furnaces repaired and
made good as new, by K M. Turner, and
you will save one man's profit Perfect
satisfaction guaranteed against smoke - or
gas, or no charges made. nov281m
Farm Wagons. '.
Just ' ceoeived, another car load of Ten
nessee Farm Wagons the best wagon on
wheels, and the cheapest Also Buggies,
Spring Wagons, Phastons, Ao ,will sell
cheap. , . E. A. Ansa.
Double Breech Loading Shot Guns.
Double Muzzle-Loading Shot Guns.
Single Shot Guns. 4 - 1 i t
Eagle Duck and Sea Shooting Powder,
expressly made for our tradtt. - - -
Breeoh-Loading implements, Sheila, Wads,
Primers, Shots, Caps, Lead, Ac. -
Special Offer for a Few Days I
A large lot of Woods' Paper Sheila, at 60
cents per 100.
; W. W.. Woorarow A Co.
Oysters at Hndibnrg's
" - Fur-Edde Hats, Nary, Cardinal, Gar
net and Black, at Cost, To Close, at
Fancy Feathers and Breasts, Half
Price, to Close, at A. D. Dunbar's.
SHOW CASES t FACTORY PRICES I
At A. D. BUSBAR'S.
C&ll for Kauffman Beer. - 5,
oot37tf , XL goauaar, 1xX.
A complete stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings,
Rugs and all kinds of Floor Covering.
Moqoettes, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels,
Three Ply, Ingrains, Striped and Printed Hemps.
Telret Bugs, Smyrna Rugs, Crumb Cloths, Mats,
(Largest Stock, Newst Styles, Lowest Prices.
Carpets Made and Put Do wjx on the Shortest
Notice. ' .
Matt Helson & Co.
The following were registered at the
different hotels yesterday : '
E. A. Reed, Poplar Creek, J. M. Alley,
Kingston; T. H. Mulford, O. L Ross, A.
E. Davenport, L. J. Katzman, Hy. O. Les
quereny, Wm. R. Ogden, J. F. Coloord, S.
Rosenheim, New Xork; O. J. Moffett, At
lanta, Ga.; Mrs. John McDonald, Gadsden,
Ala.; 8. Maass, W. T. Helm, J. Fuld, Bal
timore; N. Hoddy, Charlestion; J. W.
Selby, E. V. Douglass, E. G. Chandler, E.
B. Watts, Philadelphia, Pa.; W. G.
MoCleltan, Chicago; W. F. Evans,
H. A. Miller, Abingdon, ?a.j
W. G. Morrow, Ky.; Seg. Rothschild, Wm.
O. Weber, Detroit, Mich.; E. F. Samget,
Fred Whelden, A. G. Goodman, Boston;
W. P. Semple, Marion Spence, F. F.
Myer, Louisville, Ky.; W. G. Carrel,
Brownsville; E M. Thurston, Atlanta; E.
L. Frang, Richmond, Va.; B. B. Lenoir,
Geo. M. Burdett, Lenoir's; J. H. Hunts
man, Romeo; John Coote, jr., Jno. Stifel,
Cincinnati; O.; F. Lowry, Balti
more; T. W. Garrett, Chattanooga;
Wm. Kelly. Birmingham, Ala.; H. C.
Foulks. Troy, N. Y.; A. R. Ogburn, Ashe
ville, N. C; Jas. M. Meek, Mew Market; J.
R. Hall, Hawkins County; D. T. Baker,
Morribtown: A. B. Rogan, Rogersville; J.
A.Galbraith, Greeneville; Miss Bettie L.
Browder, Miss Bettie Browder, Sweet
water; J. M. Masters, M. D., Biilingsville,
iim housx. j
T. C. Holloway, Midway; Jas. B. John
son, Atlanta, Ga.; Arthur Donnelly, W. B.
Montgomery, M. J. Coatello, J. R. Ross,
W. F. Dorby, C. M. Reed, Railroad, W. P.
Jones, J. 8. Roberts and wife, Red Clay, j
Ga.; 0. O Ong, Zanesville, O ; J. B. Hig- ;
ginbottom. Tizewell, Va.; H. Bo teller,
Louisville, Ky.; W. E. Belcher, Petersburg,
Va.; Gen. OtisNoyes, Newberry port, Mass.;
J L. Milam, D. S. Simpson, Jonesboro; R.
P. Eaton, Loudon County; D. F. Person,
Springfield, O.; P. J. Mynatt, M A OR. H.
A. Stewart St. Louis; W. G. Berg, R. R.;
B. A. Hazell, Philadelphia; R. J. Yearwood,
Chattannoga; H. B. Yearwood, Bristol;
Theo. Trusman, Bloomburg,' N. J.; Geo.
M. Burdett Lenoir's; W. Davis, Tenn.; J.
J. Ford; Concord; A. R. Ogburn, Asheville,
N. 0.; W. G. Corpemng, N. O.
R. P. Graves, Crange County, ' Va.; Jas.
F. Beals, Friendsville; Jno. P. Rogers,
Maynardville; John Garrison, Gordon Gar
rison, Florida; T. Mitchell, Washington, D.
C; J. H. Edmund, Cincinnati; R. B.
Wyatt J. L Crary, Tennessee River; J. M.
Alley, F. RoehL Kington; Eugene Horton, !
Hew York; J . P. J.amonason, Athens;
RushOakes,J. S. Patty, Leadvale; L. P.
Speck, Rockford; W. H. Moore, F. P.
Rutherford, O. N. Rutherford, Anderson
ville; J. P. Miller, Carey ville; O. H. Mil-
ligan, French Broad River; Sam W. Sim
erly, Johnson City; J. N. Moulden, Straw
berry Plains; B. F. Martin, Calhoun; R. IS.
Newman, Mossy Creek.
Mensman's Peptonized Beef Tonic,
the only preparation of beef containing its
entire nutrition properties. It contains
blood-making, force-generating . and life-
sustaining 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,
Hir.mn ft Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by druggists.
funeral of Cot T 8. HeiskelL
The remains of CoL F. S. Heiskell, the
veteran journalist, whose death at Rogers-
villa last Wednesday was noted in our last
issue, were intered at Rogersville Thursday.
Mr. Ferd HeiskelL son of the deceased, who
Uvea in this county, attended the funeral
and returned yesterday. The other two sons,
CoL J. B. Heiskell, and Judge C. W.
Heiskell, of Memphis were unable to reach
there in time. "" ' '
We understand that the interment at
Rogersville is only temporary; but that in
a short time the remains will be reentered at
the old family burying ground, near Ebe-
nezer, Knox County, where the deceased
has two wives bu-ied.
: The Christian Advocate
says: A general complaint that spares
neither class nor condition of - person, is
seated in the liver. It may be truly said
this is our national disease, and it gives us
pleasure to hear or read the testimony, of
persons of well known veracity and intelli
gence to prove the value of Simmons Liver
Regulator, prepared by J. H. Zeilin & Co.,
as a remedy. , The printed and verbal testi
mony of so many friends and acquaint
ances satisfies us that this is one of the ex
ception to the general humbuggy of medical
specialties. " r- i- ,
Foss A Schneider's "Nonpareil" Export
Lager is taking the lead everywhere. Call
foritat Kohlhaae's. "
Why did we not have Foss A Schneider's
Nonpareil" Export Lager before this ?
We give it up. But you can get it now at
Many New Styles of Job Type re
ceived at the Chronicle Job Office.
Oysters at Schubert's.
Wanted Daily, - , :
Consignments of merchandise, new or
second-hand furniture, household goods,
clothing, Ac, which I will purchase for
cash, or advance upon same, and sell at my
store. No. 100, Gay street Second-hand
clothing a specialty. My name is
' i Chxat Johx.
' -- Meeting of Stockholder. ,
The regular annual meeting of the stock.
holders of the East Tennessee National
Bank will be held in their banking house in
the city of Knoxville, on Tuesday, Janu
ary 9, 1883. R. a Jaoksok, Cashier.
Drink Bohemian Bottled ' and ' Export
Bottled Beer. . H. Sohubxst, Agent
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FRESH OYSTERS I
In Csr.s, or bv Measure, at
Corner-stone Laying of Third Baptist
Mb. Editob: On Thursday, November
30th, Harmony Lodge, No. 11, Free and
Accepted Masons, with a number of visiting
brethren, from Meridian Lodgeaturned out
from their hall, on Gay street and moved
in procession to Moses' addition, and laid
the corner-stone of the Third Baptist Church,
with the due Masonio form, having a dis
pensation from' Rev. -Geoge W. Daniels,
Grand Master of Masons for the State of
Tennessee, to do the work. Rev. 0. C.
Russell, Past Grand Lecturer, Acting Grand
Master of Ceremonies; M. J. R. Gentle,
Deputy Grand Master; W. F. Yardley,
Grand 8enior Warden; W. H. Ogburn,
Grand Junior Warden; R. Banks, Principal
Architect, and S. Campbell, Marshal,
participa ed in the ceremonies. Af
ter the ceremonies, W. F. Yardley was in
troduced and delivered an oration on Ma-
sotary. The Colored Brass Band furnished
music for the occasion. The Lodge return
ed to tne nail ana was called from labor to
refreshments. The Lodge gave a grand
festival at night -
J. C. Bbaz ELTON, W. M.
8. EL Castes, Secretary.
It seems impossible that a remedy made
of such common, simple plants as Hops,
Buohu, . Mandqpjke, Dandelion, An., should
mike so many and such great cures as Hop
Bitters do; but when old and young, rich
and poor, pastor and doctor, lawyer and
editor, all testify to having been cured by
them, you must believe and try them your
self, and doubt no longer.
The Water Works Again.
Ms. Editob: I read with interest and
sympathy the kind and gentlemanly words
of Mr. Loweree, in your issue of Novem
ber 30th, respecting the difficulty experi
enced by the water works com j any in ren
dering the streets level and tidy at once,
after laying down the pipes. This is welL
But will you please call his attention to the
corner of Urozier street and Fifth avenue,
where too large pipes are placed di
rectly on the crossing, and permitted
to remain tnere weeK after week, for pe
destrians to get over as best they can; and
also that all the passers-by are not young
and active persons, but some are elderly,
whose joints are not as pliable as they were.
say forty years ago; and you will confer a
favor on at least one of the sufferers, who
is a citizen and a Tax-payeb.
December 1, 1882.
M't.v a.Ms Uwe. tun" ru iu lao Uoston
LLr dt.aa Frtv-maii : V.v ? f-.ldbs.i.o means reoom
mend any k!.s o lu nii-.-irs ;.hkh v rtid not know
to be s.-w I- iirtlcatrlf t r n:m:. Ku of Mrs.
Win h:-. ttKA ilr.g Srup we oui from
kno.v!' ige ; In uur own t.iii! ' it has proved a
bl sing uvieed. hy giving an iu&iat fcor led with
c He yiilus. unit slpe;. sunt tt: jMreiits unbroken
rtst at night, llost j are is c.njHP!'reelate these
blesslugs. Hare is ai artlclf wiiUh worn? lo ir-
itxliOQ, utiil nhica is liaru.lfca ; tor the s.csp allien
liaKonathe iuf;i..t U prteut); aid ml, and the
huie cherub awakes i " bnglit as a button." And
d iring the pnca.a of teething, its value is incal-
cui.i'j'e. We have frequently heard mothers saj
the) r-ud not ! e Without It from the birth el the
child ail It had tUilshed with the teething siege on
any considers Jon whatever. Sold bt ail druggista,
25 saata a bettie. . -
Tobacco, Ci(rar, Fruits, to,
L. W. Scheuermann & Son have opened
two doors north .of R. S. Payne & Co., and
keep all kinds of fine Cigars, Tobaccoes,
Fruits and Confections. Call and see them.
Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, Cash
Books and all kinds of Blank Books,
made at the Chronicle Bindery.
The universal use of Pond's Extkaot is a
striking testimony to its wonderrul value in
all cases of inflammatory diseases and
hemorrhages. Its very name has, indeed,
become a household word. The Inhaler
and Nasal Syringe which this Company
supply, are both economical and effective ;
they are invaluable in all affections of the
chest catarrh, colds in the head, fcc
Pond's Extsaot Catarrh Cure is a specific
for this distressing complaint
A Firat-Class Repvblioan Paper.
Mr. Will Dv Underwood, the Knoxville
correspondent of the Cincinnati Commer
cial, will, in a few days, canvass this city in
the interest of that paper. The Commer
cial is one of the best newspapers in the
country, as all know who have read it We
believe a large list of subscribers to the
Commercial might be obtained in this city,
and we bespeak for their correspondent
uuuBuierauie success. -
Heating Stoves, Furniture, etc- at
This (Saturday) morning,at 10:30 o'clock.
I will sell four good AT 1 heating stoves,
tables, chairs, washstands, lounges, bed
steads, etc. .. E. A. Akess, Auctioneer.
New Heating Furnace at First M. K,
The First M. E. Church of this city has
just been supplied with a splendid new
heating furnace of the most modern patern.
It is a No. 62 Metropolitan, wrought iron,
soft coal burner, made by , Graff
& Co., of New York. and
was put in by the enterprising and
reliable firm of Butt, DePue & Co., of this
city, who are agents for the furnaces. -
It works admirably, and will give no
trouble. It contains a new feature in the
shape of a cold air duot of galvanized iron
by the means of whiah, in the first place, the
first place, the cold air can be left out of
the church, and after the church is heated.
it can be turned on again. This will be a
great improvement, and will add much to
the comfort of the room.
Everything ia in proper trim now, we are
authorized to. say, and the house will ba
made perfectly comfortable for the services
to-morrow. . . v -
The Water Works Fined.
Alderman Hu Michaels took out a war
rant yesteroay ' for the ; Knoxville Water
Works Company, charging them with ob
structing Union and Asylum streets, in the
laying of pipes. On being arraigned before
Recorder CO. Nelson for the trial they
ware convicted and fined C5, bat took an
sr-peal to the Circuit Court.
B A 1X3
This engraving represents the Euugs In a
neaitny state.j -
A Good Family Remedy!
HaraaleM to the Sloat JDelleatel
By its Faithful Use, CONSUMPTION
HAS SEEK CUBED when Other
Remedies and Physicians hare
Failed to Effect a Cure.
Wm. C, Digger, Merchant of Bowling Green,
Va.. writes, April 4, 1881. that he wants us to
know that the Luho Balsam has cored his
mother of Consumption, after the physician hid
given her apwas l'uratl, He says, others
knowing her case, have taken the Balsam and
been cured ; he thinks all so afflicted should
give it a trial.
Win. A. Graham & Co., wholesale Druggists.
Zanesville, Ohio, writes us 'of the cure of Mathlas
Freeman, a well known citizen, who has been
afflicted with Bronchitis in Us worst form for
twelve years. The Lena Btuut cured him,
as it has many others, of Bronchitis.
Yoluntaxy Editorial from the Dubuque
Audi's Lbno Bauak is a popular remedy
In Dubuque and the surroundlDg country. The
druggists whom we have interviewed in regnrd
to the sale of duTereut remedies for Lung Dis
eases, all speak in high terms of Allen's Lung
Balsam, not only as having tbe largest sale, but
of giving entire satis tacU u wherever lc is used.
Io relation to its t xoe'leat curative properties
we can speak from expeneooe. having used it In
oar family tor a oug time.
As an EYBetoraa.t tt Haw So KqnaU
For Sale bj All Medicine Dealers.
House Gsta.bilsti.43cl 1850
H. OT. CURTIS,
(SUCCE88OB TO G. H. SMITHJ
Solid SUrer and Sllver-Plated Ware.
ALL. GOODS GUARANTEED.
WSpecial attention paid to Repairing
OPPOSITE HATTEE HOUSE.
KNOXVILLE, - TENNESSEE.
XZZZS COX7TXA2T 1
While other Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
hae been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its haying received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, from
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS ft PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
.Chicago, HL, and St. Louis, Mo.,
Bam&wtann of Lmp.ll Vtaat Scan, Br. Mn1! St MM
Vlmrias (ztnsu, u4 Dr. Price's tJulM PwftiwHi
HOPE & BROTHER,
7 atchniakers and Jewelers
O0XTILLE BANK BUILDING,
Keep a!was in siock new and
elegant designs in Watches,
Jewtlry and Silverware, and
give special attention to Re
'pairing and Engraving. We
CKNTKAL COAL CO
, Miaeis and Dealers la "
COAL. CREEK LUMP COAL.
Coal furnished by the car load. We de
liver coal promptly to the city trade.
- Office, Fouche Block, Clinch street, Ad
dress E. E. MoCbobxzt,
": .. Secretary and Treasurer. ; '
Ostrich Tips and Plumes, Black and
Colors, Yery Cherp, to Close, at
'"A 6ngg;sUon as to tbe Myorallty
' tt has been suggested to us that, with his
natural ability for taking care of his own
matters, and for looking after matters gen
erally, in detail, Dr. John Fouche would
make a good mayor for the city of Knox
ville. Absolutely Pure.
This Powder never varies, a marvel of purity
strength and wbolesomenem. . Hon economleal
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold tn
eompetiUOB with the mulutuda of low. teat,
hoit weight, alum or phosphate powden. told
orJj tn eana.
' rjrrAL BAnxa rTi vvr-.
LOUISVILLE fc NASHVILLE
The Great Short Line
JfroBB fXWOXTHXB tm
t.t. ponrrs n ran
Sou ill and tftTest.
" Aim '
THE ONLY LINE
Through Day Coaches
Via Nashville & Evans ville
St Louis, Without Change,
.' Making Direct Connections for
ALL POINTS IN THE WEST,
Via Nashville and MacKenzie
LITTLE SOCK, WITHOUT CHANGE,
Making Direct Connections .
For Mansas and Texas Points!
. ALSO, . , ,
TH 63 ONLY UNE
-ARE- " ' ':
From Knoifilta to New Orleans
WITHOUT CH&KKE! '
The Shortest andQuickest Ronte
And Principal Cities of the North,
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
L0U1ST1LLE, WITHOUT CHASGE I
"or Rates are Always as Low
as the Lowest,
For further information, address
C P. ATMOEE, G. P. & T. A.,
Or B. P.NEVTTTi, Pass. Agent,
Mossy Creek, Tenn.
Located on the iL T.f Va. &
Ga. Railroad, 30 Miles
East of Knoxville.
1st Term f MeHHion Ih.3 Opens
August s4 ; be Ifud, Junnaiy 7.
Bev. B. G. Max amd, D. 1., Pivident Dd Pro
iessor Literal' teand thUosopny.
Bev. 8. W. l imdell, a. M rrofor of Anc.ent
and Modern Languages, Greek and Latin.
Rev. 8. K Jonmj, A. M.. i roi8or Matnenmtlcs.
i. J. Huff, a. M., Professor Kng. and Natural
COUHMK OF l&bTHI CTIOX.
As to extensiveness, is Indies! ed by tbe respective
Tuition, per Teim, from $10 to $20.
Boarding, per Mouth, from $a to Sid.
Text-books and 'iuitloniree to all ministerial
studeuts recoiumeudtd bv tnelr churches.
In the character of the instruction its high
standard, intellectually, morally tnu socially.
. in the treedem from ail umptatlon to vlct, in
the w y of liquor or ganiblUiK taloous.
In the abs. nee ot au causes for extravagance
In tau privilege of attending on the religious
exercises of tbe various aenonunatlons, as
Metliou 8t, Prtb tenons and Jiiiplbits.
In the literary societies, and tbe use of their
llbrariri as well u tbe lieedom of tbe reading
room and college library, which are invaluable
to tbe student.
In the lecture sjstem, consisting of weekly
and mmtliiy itctures. The lo.nier, by tbe tW
ult) , and embrace such topics as Tbe Pli tails of
Our louth," "Oneness of Aim," The Pro
fessions of Life." Tbe latter, by professional
gentlemen not connected wub tbe College, ana,
on subjects suited to tbe btuoents' culture.
In tbe beuutt and giananess of the College
location, at well as general beallhfuinets.
bend to Prof. J J. Burr tor catalogues. ':
- B. . HlAlfcD, rrcat.
Mossy Creek, leun., June 1, 1882.
3 E HI I N A H Y
YOU NO LADIES.
Mommj Creek, Teueaser.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24TH,
In tbe Boardlcg Bouse and the College Building
formerly occupied by the n.ale school. Tbe
builoings are .undergoing
IHCROUGH BE PAIR-
Boarding facilities tor. One Hundred Girls at
$10.00 per month. Mesls at S7.0T ,
Tuition, Ball in Advance, liooo to a 09 per
. Teimof Five Months.
MUSIC AND FBEKCH, EACH, $ 50.00.
jMMtrttrtioii Itorvna-b and PatteI
For pai flculars apply to
W. T. B0S8ELL, President,
Or 8. N. NKWMAN, Becretary.
Chancery Sale of a Valuable Farm:
No. 3412. : .
Sally and Ellen Tillery vs. Esther Chiles et aL
PURSUANT TO A DEC It KB PEONOUNCTO
in the above cane, at tbe June term. 1882,
of the Cnancery Court at Knoxvtiie, I will sell to
tbe t lghest bidder at the court-bouse door ia
ON SA UBDAT, THE 9TB DAY OF DECEM
BER, NEXT, AT U O'CLOCK, A. M..
tbe tract of land mentioned and .described In
tbe pleadings, l)lng in the 7th district of Knox
County, Tenn , eontaining 200 acres, mere or
less, known till recently as Levi McClond's
home place, being the tract for a locg time
owned and beld by said McCloud, late of Knox
Counts , and bounded by the lands of Jefferson
McCloud and James McCloud, and a tract known
as the Hawkins tract, and perhaps others.
; TEEMS :
The purchaser will be required to pay in eata
2eo, and for the remainder of the purcha-e
money, to execute his three notes, as tollers
One due at one day ; one due 22nd day of April,
18'3,and the last one du o 22nd day of October,
1883, all bearing nverest from date, with good
security, and a lien retained as further security.
This 8th November, 1862. 8 P. EVANS, .
nov9wtt . . Clark and Master.
CHANCERY COURT AT KNOXVILLE.
TENNESSEE. . .
'I"' ' No. 8546.
Geo. W. Boas vs. Mrs. Fran H. Bradley, Anna
Bradley and M. U Pa terson, C. ft M.
IT APPKAEINO FBOMTHK FILL FILED IN
f this cause, which is sworn to that the de
fendants Mrs. F ank H. Bradley and Aona Brad
ley, are non-residents of the ttfa e of Teunes
see. it i ordered that the said defendntsap.
?sar before t e chancery Court at KuoxvUle.
enn., cm tha 1st Monday tn JaniiaryextTand
Snlw01" 5led Uithiacauw.or
toe same will be taken for confessed. This
notice will be publi hed in tbe Knoxvule Wmo
AMD Chroniclx for four eonseeutive weeks."
This November Uth, 1882.
A true oopy. Attest. 8. P. EVANS, c
' Clerk and Master, j
noviw4t By W.A. aAuasArzH, D. c. M.
- MAGAZINES COUND Al
r ;:c:::ci5 c:::DEnY.
'III fW' , f
g l i. : mh y ' w
Sole Agents for the sale of the Celebrated
' . The Best and Most Palatable Remedy known for all
PULLIQUARY DISEASES AIID GEHERiL DEBILITY!
Is a CERTAIN CUBE for CHR0N C COUGH, CONSUMPTION and
all Diseases of tbe THROAT and LUNGS. It is INVIGORATING and
RESTORES THE APPETITE. The principal Ingredients are
BALSAM OF TOLU AND BOCK CANDY
Cambined with other medicinal qualities, all beneficial to the health ol
persons suffering with these diseases.
CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION I
Owing to the medicinal composition of the TOLU TONIO and 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 tap a large stock constantly on band, where tie trade can lie supplied
r . CONDON BROS.,
BEARDETVT & OO., City Agents.
OPPOSITE MECHANICS' BANK,
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS
Flannel Suitings, Canton Cloths,
BLACK & COLORED CASHMERES, ALL SHADES
English Crapes and Grape Veilings,
Ladies' and Misses' Circulars
BLANKETS, SHEETINGS AJfD TICKINGS,
BOOTS, SHOES AMD HATS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
ChsapGr Than Any House in the city.
Will give Three Grand Conoeru,
TUESDAY, DEC. 4 & 5
MATINEE, TUESDAY, 3 P.M.
AdmlsidD, SO and 75 Cents. Ke served Seat
cow on sale at East Tonnes ee Book Houw.
Matinee Prlce-60 Cents; Children node
12 rears of agd 86 Cents.
Fine Operation) on tne Jfotnral
Teetn n Hpeelnlty.
B. G. SIEIHONS'
Church Street, East of
Parttcolar attention given to all branches of
Prices Moderate, and ail Work Qnaranteed.
I the Circuit Court of Loudon
County, Tenn. ;
Saphrand Smith vs. WUllam Brotth.-
IT APFE ABINQ IB M THB ALLEGATIONS
in the plaintiff's petttlon, that the defendant
is a no. -resident of the State of Tennessee, so
that the ordinary procea of law cannot be
serve j on him. It Is ordered by me tbat publi
cation be made for four consecutive weeks in the
Kwoxyiuji Whio w Chbomicui, a weklv
newspaper publbhed lu the city of KnoiVlHe.
,a-0.t.U,Bg the detendantwilUam 8ml3:
Cbcait Court at a court to be held for the county
..u,on' at 018 conrt-house In London, on tai
Monday of Deoemoer next, to answer said
pettUon for dlv roe filed agUnst him, tt the
same will be taken as eonlMMNt and set for
hearing ex parte. Tbls, October si't, 1B88.
' nVlS?Ltl JOH a. KING, clerk.
CHANCERY COURT AT OOXYILLE,
M. L. Patterson, C. M., B. K. Swepsan, ana
' First NaUonal Bank of Knoxville vs. Johu
Baxter, James Comfort. Trustee, 0. W.
Bradley and B. F. Swingle, CAM. '
IT APPKAEINO FROM THB BILL FTL
In this cause, which Is swora to, that thott
feadant C. W. Bradi'j, la a non-resident of tha
State of Tenuessee. tt is ordered that tho sm
defendant appear be lore the Chaaeerf CoafTu
XfloivUie, Tenn., ou the 1st MoortXyin jmT
next, and make defense to the bul tued In TtAl
ease, or toe same will r- ta fti riJlfi
Ts nottae wKl be nnbi5i4 , ff
mesa-iJji' - T
. and BINDEtt.
or ktkisv dkuckiption:.
Manilla and Wrapping
PAPER HAGS Ac.
Knoxville, . Texmaesee.
Don't simply read this notlos, but if yon are at
ui interesied iu geiierai dacation or bus'nesa
matters, drop a p siai card to undersigned, at
once, knd mention this paper, aud oar btjoikhs
MxsrGxa wlU be mailed you rasa.
Please name any friend yon think may wish to
enter a Business ollege, and aeespt our thank.
Goodman's KnoxviUe t - FRANK UOUDMAM,
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Tine Oigarms Tobaooo, ttoagaohanre
and otiier Pipe aad Cstcsenf Ar