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linoibillc SMcckln ftttlbig ant) (Chronicle : wUuncsban, uln 28, 1875.
4 PENCILETTES. A mlrm'.rel troupe has been organ ized in Chattanooga. Bond & White have Marteil a etearu taw mill at New Market. The wheat market openeil In Sweet water at 00 cents for good red, and $1 for good white. The pri.onern of the Kington jail es caped on Tu exility evening but were at once recaptured. Morgan Lodge I. O. O. T. will have a puhlic installation of ollleer in Jones' Chapel, south of the river, on the 4tli of Augin-t. Ilev. V. C Harding, of the tireene ville Maaouic Female Academy, is go ing to remove to Hogersville, Teun., to take charge of McMinn Academy. (ieorge W. Davidson, of Bristol, was badly injured at Central Depot, by coupling a car. His collar bone wad broken. He was brought back to Bris tol. Dan. McDonald, tax collector of Bradley ccvitity, raised over fourthou a.iuil pounds of hay from little less than an acre of land. Pretty good, McDonald. A shoemaker trumped from Atlanta to Chattanooga, miles, without a square meal, or uight's rest in a bed, and, says the Commercial, "still we call this a Christian Country." The Good Templars have laid a pe tition for an election tinder the local option law before the council, and both sides are preparing for the battle, which promises to be a vigorous uud exciting contest. Dulton Enterprise. Don't let your angry pawions rise, Because your neighbor! advise, And draw avy the dime. ; But boldly do as they have done, Pursue the course they bare begun And drive away dull times. Rt. Rev. C. T. Quiutard, Bishop or t lie Diocese of Ten uessee, sailed from Xew York Saturday, for Europe, per the steamer Adriatic. We understand that he Is sanguiue of accomplishing something substantial for the Univer sity of the outh. An effort is being made to establish a tirssM-lass male college at Cleveland. I'p to the present $3,500 have been subscribed, but it is thought ten thou sand dolliirs would lie raised without a doubt. The Herald urges the county to subscribe towOrds it, as the county is entirely out of debt. During the thunder storm Wednes day evening, the lightuing struck a small persimmon tree, near the house of John Woolard, living on D. O. Thornburgh's place, and knocked his wife, who was sitting near the win dow, which was partially raised, back wards on the lloor. Sew Market Sews. Rev. Wui. Hicks, of the Holston Advocate, expresses himself as opeu to overtures from the Jlolston Metho dist, looking to a consolidation of the two papers. This result seems to be desired and advised by many of the Methodist friends, and there is quite a likelihood of its being arrived at. Bristol Sews. The Grand Division of East Tenne. see, Sons of Temperance, met Thurs day evening, W. V. C. Haunum, G. W. P., presiding. A committee was appointed to organize sections of cadets ol temperance. The business general ly was of aroutiue nature. Adjourned to meet In this city on the 4th Thurs day in October next. The almost daily rains that have fallen for the last fifteen days have damaged the wheat crop fully one tialf. Most of the crop is yet standing in the shock, and in many fields the shocks me perfectly green. That which is not sprouted, it threshed now, while wet, will, unless great paiusaiid care are taken with it, heat and he come unlit for bread. Sew Market Sews. A rich war of words has been going on fur some time in the Chattanooga Commercial,, by "Chaltanoogan," "a woonian," and "Another Woman,'' over the question as to whether a wo man can Hold her tongue, and now the elitorgoes in, too, in the following style : Can a woman hold her tongue? Yes. We kuow a deaf and dumb one. Can women hold their tongues? Yes. We know a whole asylum full of deaf and uunio ladles. Can women gener ally hold their tongues? We don't know but one beside the deaf and dumb ones, and so can't say. Can any woman hold her tongue ? There the problem is too many for u., for we don't know 'em all. Advertising Is a great bother. It only brings a lot of folks to your place of business. If they want you, let them hunt you up. Then If you get your name iu the paper you will be bored with drummers, and people from the country will call on you and you will have to show them goods, and like enough have to do up bundles for them, which will exhaust your stock so much that you will be obliged to buy more goods, which is a great trou ble. If you advertise, too, it gives your place a reputation abroad; folks will go there autl crowd you, anil make it too lively. If you don't want to do anything, keep as stiil us you can. S. 1'. Coiii'l. Advertiser. About a week ago an attempt was made to rescue W. II. Hall from the Asheville (I. C) jail, he being under sentence of death for murder. The attempt proved a grand failure, and the brother of the prisoner gave his life in the attempt, while others of the party have beeu arrested. The scene is described by the Expositor as heart rending when u sister of the unfortu nate man made her appearance. Her feelings can be better imagined than described, when she realized the fact t lint her husband was one of the par ties charged wiih attempting the res cue, a brother lying dead on the ground, aud another brother iu the jail under sentence of death. A bashful aud uot over-educuted fel low went to see his girl the other night, and as ho started away he put his arm around her and whispered in her ear, ' dearest, I love;" and she responded sweetly, " ditto," meaning, of course, a reciprocation of his tender passion. The young man could not find "ditto', iu his vocabulary, and asked his fitther the next day as they were hoeing cab bage, what it meant. The old geut rested a moment on his hoe, and poiuted to the-cabbage In front of him with the remark : " You see that cab bage?" "Yes," responded the youth. "And you see the next one there?'1 "Yes," " Well that is called 'ditto.' " "Confouud her!" exclaimed the 1m- petuous ycuth, "she called me a cab bage head." B. R. STRONG, Grocer & Produce Merchant, Xo. ill Went Side Marki t IMact. Kitnwlll. M ini E3 ihc x z O x O t K 8 EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. KSvXVIt I.E. TKNN. WILLIAMS, sTURCES fit CO., WIIOt.KSAl.F. IMI KKTAth 1 K A I. KISS I S Cup, Letter and Note l'.i ers. En volopeo. Inks, Slates, &e. Chromos and Picture Frames, The Largest Stock of Wall Paper iu Etit Tenn. School and College Text Bunks ?l t'.ltfll A X IS AS Kl'Y AT I.OWtMT J limits" R MX. McBATH DEALERS IX HATS AND SHOES, Staple and Fancy Groceries, East Side Market tqnnre. Kiiowlllr. Trim. Onod H new. nnd will tie foM ,t the lowest r-s-h nriccs, I'ro.lu?e taken in exhani." for kood? Ft'T.l, " KIHH i-S AMI MKsrRKS(irKAVTKFl' v'm-.'l H. H. HUBBARD, business Agent of Teun. State Giaiiut1. AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT BUANNEK I5LOCK, GAY STitEKT, KNOZYILLE, TEKITESSEE, WILL rt'RCIIASF. AND SKLL OS' COMMISSION Grain, Hay, Live Stock, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, and ALL FARM PRODUCTS. Genernl Acent 'nr Ohio hirer Silt, hy car load or f incle t.i-re! '.Vi'.l pr ha'e Iry Uo.is. Urn eerie and Hurdwnrc nt l.nvcsr whulemle rates. Also luruish A.rrunuiHl Implement. and ewirw Mien love at manufacturer' price. A tuple room It poods on turm.'? r.Iers "iieiiei and promptly tilled, v'odlliiwiiin II. II. Ill' It II A Kit. Divie on Airent Tenn. State Uranus. Ory Goods, 1875. SPRING We Hie uw receiving ami have opei: oun immex.se stock of DRY GOODS. noo CASES PRINTS. CASES l'JECE (iOODS. CASES HLEACHEU DO MESTICS. RALES BROWN DOMES too (lOO TICS. Ginirbami. Liuens. A iiacA. DelniDF. White Ooni(. iit-kiiiKe. t'pniUiurti, LriUtf, fchiriings Strides and Cutiun l luidg. Also a complete line of HOOTS AI) SI1()I S. Men's and Hosv' Kin Poot.. Broeans and Tie'. Women's and I hildren's l'ebble tiruin. Kip. Call and Lssling lialiuoriil. 2000 CASKS KIP HOOTS. 10(M) I'AM-S CAM HOOTS. 1000 CASKS KIP BKOia.YS. 500 CASKS C4LF BK0IMXS. 2Kl CASKS WOMEN'S SIIOKS. 50(1 CASKS Cllll liUKVS t-IIOES. 500 K0LLS LKAI1ILK. HATS. A splendid assortment, j!nl every Liae com plete in luis department. 1000 Casks M ion's Hats. 1000 Casks Roys' Hats. 1000 Casks Rauiks & Missks Hats. 600 Casks Cjmlokks's Hats. NOTIONS. All the Novelties in Notions anil every line piui'lete in iki dej artmeut. Knoxville Iron Company auRvraCTUBtita or 11 A 11 1 UOIV, CASTINGS, MACHIKE1T, laox riiomo, KAll.ltUAU NFllai:.S, Hi NXILH, r. HISIIII AX9 DIALiai I Coal t'reeh tl.'owl aud CuUn. iU.wl) 'If mw! : 1 1 sj IK:!:ill lii ill & ; iigJlliliili a ctpCE z z z BROS., Hardware. TRADE. 1875. CLOTHING. TPt'NK. TALISK. HATCH KLS. BASKETS. I .MUUKLLAb I'ARASOLS. HARDWARE. A comlete artuicsnt of;t.iile Hardware. POI KKT CTJTJVEltY. rVlJIIO CUTLERY 2000 Ktgs .ails. 1000 Krgs Horse Shoes. 1000 Coxes Horse ails, 500 Boxes Axes. 5000 Keanis Wrapping Paper CLOCKS, In m great variety of stvlei manufacture an finith. The whole niiliracin the most com tilete t-tuck nf general MERCHANDISE Ever odi'reil in the Southern country. The MilvutitaneH ohtuined hy u, in liurelmsiiig direi't I'roui llAXUrACTUUKUS In Dartre. quHlitiiicH, enahles us to compete sueci'SHfully with the largest houtsea la the Uniteil States. ... u . COWAN. MCLUNC t CO. MILTON T, ADKINS, ATTO R N E Y-AT- LAW, WARTBURG, TZNN. Oivei rpceial a'tentinn tn the cxiirninotion, per fot'tinn ttiitl ttbdtrftMintf of Lni lulfd in MurgiiD aci adjoiuiiig oountius. C0I.LKITI0X3 PROMI'TLY MADE. r:wtf anion WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING r'"KM I.KI.Y i:. .1. Miniti .t c o. Largestand BestSelected Stock of Drugs ever offered fdr Sale in the South ttVh our incren-e ' .il iie for huvinf. our lame stock, and experience in the Drug trade, we are plrdpinu that THICKS 511 ALL LOW LH :iau ever "ep.rJt- vn in tl;i market. "IV K ASK AN EXAMINATION OF OCR STOCK BY ALL BUYERS OF Hniys Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, ( euient, &c. And especially lolieit , c.ntinuiince of pntrornpe from all those who have o liberally heretofore patronitcj either of the old Druii. - SANFORD. CHAMBERLAIN t ALPEWS. COFFIN, MARTIN & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corner tiny uud lliurtli StroctN, 1" f'l" "ml 'onii'le'.e. U)liiii ii!L' everythiiifr in our line. All the prncluee of the country shipped to iw " ill he Bold i.t 'lie highest market prices, uud eoiisignnK'nts are solicited". iSr'We charge our customers NO COMMISSION on sales, and will mako CASH ADVANCES to three ivljiUwSmo fourths the estimated value of anything consigned to us. FAIRBANKS' SCALES. FAIRBANKS: STANDARD Also, Miles Alarm Cash Drawer, Coffee and Dru MilV, Letter Premies, Ac, Ac PRINCIPAL SCALE WH A REHOUS F.S- 1'BlrbRnkft A C o.. 311 llromlwnv. N. 1. Fairhanks Al (., 'rt Halttmie St.f Baltimore. Fairiunks at Co., M i ;itui ftrHt .New Urieuns FaibR4Sks JiCo.'l Mini St.. DulTiilu. N. Y. r AiKitANka ik ( h o--5 i;romlwJiy. AioAiiy, X. . Fairiukks A Co.. t. P.iul'f St.. Mnntrenl. Fairbanks A C(tH Ivit;rVilliinn St .Lontiun.E'g F.ilRiUNKH. Krohn a Co.. 2 MitK St.. IJotn. Fairhanks A Kwing. Mitsonin Hall, 1'h.laiiclphia r aihiunks, InKhR Ui., JJ1 Lko rt.. tliirnffit FaIkiianks, jMok.xk A Co., Mi) Walnut St., Cin.O Fairhanks, Mukb A Co. SujriorSt. Clov'd Faikiiank;. iMtiRci A o , 4S Wo-il M-l'itthurKh FAiKitANkS, MoK A Co., ,Mh b Main. Loutville Fairbanks a- Cn.u Wnt-b'ton Ar. fctLoui? Fairbanks A lit tchin.-hx, Sun Francio. Cal. For 9 ile by le-iJiurf lianlware ltalerc vit4tle(lttw-4iiii 9 GEOltGE BROWN, IVBCLFSlLK AND H ETA II. I'KALER IX Agricultural Implements and Machinery, GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER AND Commission 1V!erchant, KNOXVILLE, TENN. IIus constantly on hand Tho iStudibiiker Wagon, the Iiuckcye Reaper and 31uvcr nnd Keapur, tho tsin- cliiiJ Straw (,'utter. the Kusscll Tresh ing Miichinc, the AVhcelcr t Milluvk Throshini; Miichine, the IIngcr;town Sulky Ihiy Kuko, tho Keller Wln-iit Drill, the Buckeye Cider .M ill, the l'rize Cane Mill, the Jilanehard Churn, the Avery Oni'-horo Steel I'low, Brown & Slun lcy's Iron-Beam DouMe-Shovel I'low. Frost it Hunter's " Farmer's Friond " One and Two-horo I'low, Detey'i Wash- injf Mathino and AVringer. Sinclair Corn Sliullcr, tho Cary Thribhle-Keared Down or Slounted Horse Power, for from '1 t 10 horse., Frix Ai Co b Steam Fngine. and other machinery. Has u'so a full stuck of Field tC Garden Seeds Of every variety. Superphosphates and Guano And ovcryking usually kept in an e?tnllihinet.t ut lhi kinl, w leLi we roii te to fell to all who net'U unytliintr in our lino clustp tor caub, or ei- o hunjr '"15: vl-wom"g HARDWARE A. GREDIG, KNOW I LLK, TENN Es.SEE, Wllcil KSAl.E AND RETAIL DIALER IX General Hardware AND Agricultural Implements, AUEKT FOR BUFFALO KCALE CO. '8 HCALErf EXCELSIOR SEMI-STEEL PLOWS, EXCELSIOK STEAM PLOWS, Ac. io. io. GUST. It. KiVAH HOXTlLLE, TEX.V,, AQEST FOR KNABE'S CELEBRATED BALTIMORE PIANOS. Ev.nriiutruin.nt fullr warr.nii.J fit 3 ye.il "Vliolcn!e nnI Mniiufnoturlnj; , BiaiiiWaiii I leii DRUGGISTS... oun STOCK OK na t.uititirr. KC. BURR & TERRY, LUMBERn O'tlH hlK HAI.K SASH, 000RS, BLINDS, MOULDINUM. DISEASED ( E I! h'lA MJKlNt, Weatherboard in g, P1CKFIH, AX HANDLES, PICK HANDLES, HAMMER HANDLES, HATCHET HANDLES. SPOKES. Thoroughly Seasoned Plank, Yellow Pui lar, Pine and Ash. Framing Lumber OF ALL SIZES. JOB WORK DOXE TO ORDER, AND Honil Tiiriiliiv of All ttlud-. i.,kv t... MK-i-k Knsi ot K. K. I id . EASTTEWESSEE LAND AGENCY. ENtabllNlicd ls.-. CHARLESSEYMOUR, Attorney at Law Coraiulssioiifr of Deeds, COXVEVAXCEU. nrrERS FuR 8A LE Many Desirable Properties AMD TAKKS CHiBGI OT All lln.tut Prlniiiliir lo Kcnl K.ntalr Maps and Abstracts of Title FURNISHED. t.rEOIAL ATTENTION OIVEK TO liuins am! Timber Laud ORGANIZATION OF COMPANIES AND PLACINO OF COLONIES. TUH EAST TENNESSEE LAND REGISTER iJoeerijitive I'rico Li?t of hundre Is of i-ropertiea with Map of East luintsee it-m un receipt ot itam p. Offitk Firpt donr outh Bank. Vo Guy Street. of E. T. National Knoxville, Tenn. Chromos for SI. The grandest chnce -ver onred agent', v. e will ihhii to my ftddre, pt ptid, Yi beautiful Oil hroiiioH, gizu Vxll, umumed, v. rts eiptofSl. ell tor ii in an hour. Try a Chromo aReiicy. it is tho bet imying Uk'ency out. Kverybody loves and buvg ii(. turcs. v have work tn 1 uioiiev 1 r nil, men aiid wnnen, boyn tud girls whole orp.ire time, daytime r even i rnr. ft houitj urtravel imr. In- elofe i'i a letter. Chumoi by return mail- lney tell ut tmut. WANTEDS Airents for l!;r test sell- rise iiackuuu intbe rid. It Contain 1A sheets pipT, 15 envelnyea, F u, PeuhnldtT. ren oil, patent Yard Mem-ure pakanreof lVrlmuery, uud a jMuoe ot Jewelry- Su ttle jaukad with eie gsul prize, post paid, 5 cei.u. nnrtm Selling Imirati-n Gold Watch, in the K r I market. 'Ibia i-a Pu e Coin Silver UAJU X liuuiiugCutd Wuteb; Englifth rolled Uuld plute :suuk bec -nd Dial; Full Jeweli d : Kx. pansion ltalane; Nickel Movement; beautifully eiuraved Ctues : and in iual in apieitran e to a Gold Wateh that ouUfruiu $0 to 81u. It sells and trade readily, f'r from fj) tul'i . If you wu-h a watch fr your own use. or to make money on. try tuin. Hrioe S17 only. We will sen t this watch O. 1. aubjct t ) fjimiiinatioti. if you send I- with the order, the bttlanee ol !"' you can pay the Express Co. if the watch proves tatilae tory. 1T T 'AX make splendid pay lulling our XAMA goods. We have other novelt a whijti are aji -tapte as Flour. Sen 1 at unp fur our UlU'trAted cataloKue, A idrfs K. P. t'K, vUwl.ia New.lJeliord. Ma-i 4 n 1 7 1 DrtigrgrlHtM. FORMERLY iMitnti.tiv & ii. units A mllil nrrlriil nnd Kntl" uritH five, r.comuieDded for the cur. ol' all UoranK.' ments of the stomucb, liver and boiroi. liy their timely use much sickness ii prevented. The test ot maDy years have iroven them to be the safest, surest and best ol all the pills ever offered to the public. They purify the blood, remov. all cor ruptions end rsstur. the diseased system to per fect health. Ai AN ANTIDOTE TO CHILLS AND FEVER, they have n . equal. FOR DYS PEPSIA, they are a specific. For SICK HKAD ACUEand HILIOuS LdLIC, tfcey ure a nr. cure. For CONSTIPATION, RHEUMATISM, PILES. PALPITATION OF TUB 11KAKT, PAIN IN THE SIDE, BAlK AND LOINS. KKKVOUSNKSS. a positive remedy. FOR FE MALE IRREUULAIUTIES. without a rival. When one does not "feel Tir, well," a .ingle doi. stimulates the stomach and bowels, restores the appetite and Impart, vigor to theFystein, Sold everywhere. Office, IS Murray Street, New York DR. TUTT'S HAIR DYE I easily applied, imparts a beautiful black or brown, and a?ts lik', uiugio. Tt.e best in the world. Sold It all drugKi'V. Price, SI ie " THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE." How mnay dirc.i.xe have tht-irecat in the lilmid diueapes wtucb hn.e i-en tr nica vain'y loryt-are In eitfht ca?e out of ten. it the Mnod iil ne whs i-roperly puriSed, how i.n wuuM Hiallh and I.;iiif.M return ! im 1 1 1T AK.SA1'AU1L LA AND I'EE.WS UKLu.UT in uwer f.:ltu cure tur uli Ulood, hiTotuloud ur feyphiliito dis euHr 8. Under tho iiiflapnp f thi comroui d the eye grown elo tr nnd pirkiwiK, iho rotiiplotion like pearl; mi'trtiily hlntchey. po -k murf., wuruiH in the tle.li. pi lu pies, nnd mckuho ot the ekin dis appear, aud ttiu tiitiiu LiuiLua urgiLiEntiuLi gruws itd ileut wiih hi iii'.li. iMt n r. om: i.oi.i.ak a ihu i t.:. BOLD iiV ALL UHLaJIfeT.S. LABORATORY. 1 Murray St., N. Y. xilTdpo'i PUBLIC SALE OF Livery Stock To Close a Partnership. On Saturday , July !ilt The under-i-rnc'l, di irinif tn clo-o th.-ir I.ivtry Itupineif will oiler t- r .-aU- theii- euiire ?t. c in sisting of Sixteen Head of No. I Saddlo and Harness Stock, Six Buggies, One Close Carriage, Two Phaetons, Two Sulkies, Two Horse Wagon, Saddles, Bridles, Ac. Kvorythitig, in f iff. ru y lo tie cnT. lucr- ing ot ii hrtft c hiv -Mol Teruii ol Je unn uncu t on the 'Hiv. l'artie- dcMntig i ii v nny nr : 1 1 1 ot li e n bo ve Stock at i rivaie iv, run "nin gx.l bnrna:n bycilliiigon Ji.NKiS A (ilLxj.N. uiutit'il.ind Street K ii viMe.Terin. Trustee's Gale. 1JUHSVANT TO THE TERM. OF A TklT DKMD t'Xtj.-uti-d to me on th Jttl day of Mardi. A 1 1H, , r.y J.itph Ayrti. which id oi ro ord in tlie re'ordf- of Klux e--umy, I ences-ee, in Trust Deed Un'.k "li" p.t.i' '.' r. i whi'di wus given ti ceeuru a ecrtiiin note f hund ! veu d t - tht re !, in l'.vi.r ot Ji t xt r Sm fo; (S'jOjj tivn Hundred L'liir w:tn inlere-t 1 duo ooa ye.ir at. r duto 1 ill 1 t" iiio Irlitt l)idder ti r cti-h in h.Mi-1, v li,r of tl e-tuily of rtdemp viun, un W'tDNi.fDA ut 1J 'clock M, ou the 4th day of August, A, D,, 1875, In front of the court hou?e div.r In Xroxville. certain tract of bui i 1 in: aud beirg in the lyth civil diitrici of K i.-'X v ui.ty, ieuueree, oonUiin inc Nxty-Five Aerts situated on the north side o( the lieaver Crctu Valley road nnd aJj-.tn-iiu th land" of the lai u Richard Kcynol-ln, Wid ow l'arknr. U'-I)t t'luktr hud John Taylor end m're tully dnwnU-1 in a Dotd trow Uolit i'arker and wit to the 1 J-teep h Ayrev, t- which, tor greaterc-ertiir'' rpfrenoe in hereby iniide Knoxville. lun July ti.h, ins, Utwtdg