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StowbUU Wttn Mtys an omrlt: Mrtmcstmjr, Q$t 11, lBVo.
TO-DAT AID TO-MORROW.
Hieh hopc that burn liltc star sublime,
Go down tho Heaven of Freedom j
And trun hearts perish in tho.time
W a bitterest need them !
But never sit we down and say
There' nothing left but sorrow ;
"We wa'k the wilderness to-day,
The Promised Land to-morrow.
Our birds of sonr nro silent now,
Thero are no flowers blooming ;
Yet life beats in tho silent bough,
And Freedom's spring is coining;
And Freedom's time comes up alwav,
Tho' we niny strand in sorrow ;
And our good bark, aground to-day,
Shall float again to-morrow.
Thro' all tholong, dark nightof years
I ho people s cry nscendeth,
And earth is wet with blood and tears ;
Hut our weak surl'eraneo endeth I
The few shall not forever sway,
Tho many toil in sorrow j
Tho bars of hell nro strong to-day,
But Christ shnll rise to-morrow.
Tho' hearts brood o'er the past, our eyes
With smiling futures glisten;
For, lo 1 the dawn bursts up the skies I
Lean out your souls and listen !
Tho world rolls Freedom's radiant way,
And ripens with her sorrow;
Take heart 1 who bear tho cross to-day
Shall wear the crown to-morrow.
O, Youth! flamo-earnest, still aspire,
With energies immortal ;
To many a haven of desire,
Our yearning ope s a portal.
And though Age wearies by tho way,
And hearts break in the furrow,
We'll sow the golden grain to-day,
The harvest comes to-morrow.
Build up heroic lives, and all
Bo like a sheathen enbru,
Ready to flash out at God's call,
O chivalry of labor!
Triumph and Fail are twins: and aye
Joy suns tho cloud of sorrow :
And 'tis the Martyrdom to-day
Brings victory to-morrow.
FROM GRAINGER COUNTY.
li mill Iliilna-Wprlnna ArrMrat The
stienmrr llnrry Ileitis.
Tampico, Tenn., Aug. 4, 1S75.
To the Lditort of ihe Chronicle :
Farmer are haling their wheat
threshed out an fast as possible. Every
man wbnta tiia wheat threshed first.
Although there am severnl machines
in this neighborhood, the work goea
ou hut slowly on account of the con
tinued wet weather ond the hail con
dition of the whent. Nearly nil the
wheat in damaged more or less, and
some of it very badly.
A v ry unfortunate accident occur
red, yesterday, in connection with a
threshing machine.Vit Mr. U. Hniith'e,
in Jetleisou county. Alex. Mcrar-
and. who was oiling the machine
while in motiou, got his f-leeve caught
in the machinery, and being unable
to get Iooko hud his arm drawn down
hit ween the cog, and the nit in and
lleuli terrihly toru mid mangled and
one ol the hones tinmen neiore me
machine could he stopped. A consul
tatioa of physicians from Mossy t'reek,
New Murkt-t and tnis place, unani-
niotiAilv decided that amputation whs
A ("Welch From Ihe F.nrljr Illatory of
It was nway hack in the dim vista
of nhout 1M85, that the writer was a
student of Tusculiini University, four
miles east of Ureeneville, under the
management of that remarkable old
Scotchman, himself a mouutain of
learning and piety, the llev. Hamuel
Doak. The school was patronized by
all upper Kast Tennessee, and iu a
most flourishing condition, and, as all
good institutions of learning should
have, it had its polemic societies, In
which Andrew Johnson, then about
twenty-live years of age, occasionally
participated, frequently walking out
from town Friday evening, and spend
ing the night with the boys after the
debate terminated. They in turu
called at his tailor's shop when occa
sion led them toUreeneville. Here he
had a bookcase or hauls of shelves ou
the end of his counter, from which he
would freoucutly take down diction
aries and encyclopedias to support an
he writer very distinctly remeiu-
heis ' Andv's " frequently allusions to
Ihe above mountains in sight of his
burial mound. At that time it was
not uufrtquelit to mako excursions
Wbolenale Urocerjr Market.
Knorvilh, Ant 10.
Inner. Hon m.
Prlmo to choice !H24 Family M.OOThoi
siugrs. y?tu?.' J'S
Hard suirs2l4913e"SI) S, ..i;. j' ji
Coffee A ll'A&Vi '"",,,. ...........
dO U ...... 1 "
uraC V'Hmi Laumlryolbboe4.(IO
Yellow C ,.. KKaluS fc'aniliy.tio H boxes i.W
Iioinp.rara ... i-nnill
N. 0. lull ....... o..s.-.m
Nyrupa. Star.full weight 18
Common........... M Tohnern.
Pliu.e ani ohoic...vs,5 Comnl,n u n to'ifincn
lancy KKaH.ij iiri.htll inoh..."i7u
Caddy. 6 lnch....J&f75
trnm. Vnncv Brands. ..kik.u1.25
Hyson rMf l.OFfllh Smoking 4iWll.20
liunerial ..VIl.ii Nnnll.
iuniwucr KV.ol.5il os,P'k.'gsUarrott'84.7f.
Oolonn oU.rtl.Ml vs ...s.0u
Eng. Jjrcakiae t..igil.D t'lsnrn.
Null-la. All hmmlsRAWIlriOTM
Pepper S5ott urorrrn' Druira.
'-" '.' Iodiio. SK1.U0l.-i'.m
the oniy remedy, and nccordinuly his from t)le ,.!,, aniidthis rugged, wild
Taking a Vote.
As II tfsluon the Lake Hliore Road
Was coming into Detroit the other day
a longyeured man, who had been
sleeping for two or thr?e hours, sud
denly awoke, ro-p up, and after a
yawn and a sin:cli lie took his plug
bat in his hand, bold it out to one of
the p8sengrrs, and remarked:
"Less vole on Ueecher. "
"Oh, go to thunder!" growled the
The tall man tore live or six leaves
from his memorandum hook, wrote
"innocent" ou some and "guilty" on
the others, and started down the aisle.
"Madam," he said as he approach
ed the nearest lady, "I'd like to have
you vote one of these tickets. Vote
Justus your conscience dictates, ma
blie refused to vote, and he drop
ped a ballot marked "innocent" into
the hat und pas.-ed to ft man, who,
overcome by the heat, hud falleu
"Here! you what do you think of
BeecherV" he naked, shaking the
"Gway from mu or I'll mash the top
of your head down ou to your collar
bone!" yelled the aroused sleeper,
lifting his big fed fist.
The ballot-box man passed to a boy
about ten years old and inquired :
"Bub, what do you think about
"I duutio," replied the hoy, ''father
said he'd lick n.e if I said any thiDg
A ballot of "guilty" was dropped In
to the hat, and the man passed down
to a dreary-looking old chap who was
rolliDg a hit of plug tobacco under hie
"Well, old friend, what do you
think of Beecher? ' was the inquiry
The dreamy chap got up. tossed his
quid out of the window, and camly
took the canvasser by the throat and
jammed him over a seat and hit him
twice on the cum. it was an over De-
fore anybody could interfere, aDd
be resumed his seat he looked back at
the canvasser, who, half stuuned. was
gazing around in the greatest aston
ishment and remarked :
"I promised my dying wife IM IK'k
the next man who said Beecn-r to
me, and now you keep away !"
The canvasser pushed th ' I out
of bis plug hat, borrowed t pin to
mend his coatcollar, tied a wet hand
kerchief around his throat, and eat
down and fell into such a train of re
flection that the peanut boy had to
speak to him four times over before be
was aroused. Detroit f ree I'ress.
The Baby's Weight.
Dr. Groussin, of Bellevue, has con
trived a machine which he calls a her-
ccau-ljalance or pcsitnoe, by means of
which the anxious young mother may
assure herself from day to day, or even
from hour to hour, that the baby Is
going on satisfactorily as regards In
crease of weight. It consists of an or
dinary cradle, to suit the taste, fitted
with a balance underneath, which will
tell the exact weight of the cradle and
its contents, without any need forms
turbing the child. It is said that after
two complete days of life a chile
weighs about four ounces less than at
birth. When a week old, it will be of
the same weight us ut birth, b torn
seven days to live mouths the average
increase should be three-quarters or an
ounce daily. At live months the
weight should be double that ut birth
At sixteen months the weight should
be double that at five mouths. Of
course, iufunts vary from time to time
ana each individual has a rule or 11
own ; the great poiut is that growth
ought to becoustaut.
arm was taken oil' about 3 o'clock to
day ; Dr. Brazeltou performing the
operation. I b arn that only a few
days before this accident occurred a
Mr. Lewis, living near New Market,
had bis clothes entirely torn oil" by
this same machine. I was told as an
actual fact that he had nothing left
on him but his shoes and t-hirt wrist
hands. He was glad to get oil' thut
The weather hs not been so hot for
a day or two, and the nights especially
are cool and pleasant. We still have
a little rain now and then, and those
prophets who have been foretelling dry
weather ever giuce lust winter, have
come to the conclusion that they nre
mistaken. Corn looks well where it
lias been anything like cultivated, and
there will in all probability be an
The trip of the Harry Helm last
week up the Holston was quite a won
derful event to the inhabitants along
the river, many of whom had never
seen a steamboat before. A large crowd
of men, women aud children gathered
at this place to see the great sight. I
was pleasantly surprised to find among
the passengers and crew several friends
and acquaintances. Capt. Parrot and
Messrs. Caldwell and daughters, of
Strawberry Plains, Mr. l'ickle, the
clerk, and last but by no means least,
Zeke AVeatherford. I am glad to learn
from the C'liKONtt'l.E that Zeke enjoy
ed the trio. Tell him vre have plenty
more twins. He didu't see near all of
I hope we have not seen the last o f
thellarrv Helm, and that if it fails to
get back any more this summer, it will
make regular trips next winter una
spring. It is an enterprise which de
serves success, and hope it will be soc-
ces-iull. H. J-
scenery, in which the luture president
often participated, being looked upon
as u great tavoruennu inti'iesungcom-
naiiv. And he always became annua'
ted and enthusiastic when speaking of
this romantic region, aud taking much
pleasure to enlighten us in its botany,
geoloirv, nnil minerals, l nose niouu
tains then nppeared to lie his favorite
theme for discussion and conversation
ul pastime. Correspondence NaVi
Those Pull-Back Dresses.
A Saratoga correspondent of the New
York Jlcrald snvs aneut the " pun
hack ilresseB :" This year the woman
is complete. Khe wears less clothes
than ever and has more covering, less
braid, but there is more glory in her
huir. no more height, but she is exalted
more color, but what is like her own?
We think we understand it it is cur
rency contraction, the stringent times
reinvigoratltiK the species, l ct a very
tall woman by nature wear this sort of
dress at her peril. 1 suppose you
know it is called the Nepiuchen skirt.
Yesterday a tall female came into the
Grand Union dining-room with this
dress upon her. The twelve hundred
people then looked up and beheld in
the middle aisle an advancing May
pole, a gorgeous sunflower, a vlsaged
beanpole. " De Lord ob light," said
Alexander, the insiuuator, who waits
at the next table, "is dat one woman
or de family tree?" But the ladies
scarcely smiling, observed to each
other, " Mary, what is my height'."
hot and l.el.
Nuunijfs I.' 'J
huik-u .. n,Khnl 2.4lla2.WIbn
Snrdincs 'i V case tl7s-20uu,.)t tbot 2 7i
2 is eiwhosa uo. jjar Lead W&V'bc
to Cae y cr.SC9..rH,'iui.'JU Mnn.lB.lMM
I'wio Apples case i L Kiina..V S 75
Nrawnemwr-w Wr.l'aner 8.)0. &5..lle,
. tn ju'uiuuo. t nR atomic
Clyster, y.l.al-,ia f,T"n"i -' " 37
tip -- c.i.s (1. 1). P HW S7'.
Bin, Vaier Prouf. 7f.rn.tf
Carotin. "cf ft Mufkct sun.;
Ka ioon BMi'A'J 1 'Rrlor.aicneerKri.w)
feenutetand Arm. Whisky. $1.22al. 24.
Bngar steady anil dim, lOalOJ.
HI. I.tinln Mftrkvt.
St. Louis, Aug. 0. Flour quiet, and
unchanged, but little doing. Wheat
unsettled aud lower, No. '2 red winter,
$1.47. Com unsettled anil lower, No.
2 mixed, 0870. Oats unsettled and
lower No. - 65 a ked ; 4 i bid. Bye dull
aud lower ; to sell at 8lnHo. I'ork
higher ; small lots, $22.50. Lard dull
and nominal. Bulk meats firmer;
held higher, no sales. Bacon steady
and 11 mi ; only a limited Jobbing de
mand. Whisky steady and unchanged.
Hogs, pii'cliases of any niairoitude
can not he made at quotations, the de
mand exceeds I lie supply ; shippers,
$7.357.(i5. Bu.-on grades, $7.5a7.H(;
butcher, $7.808.50. 'an le steady and
unchanged for good crudes; lower for
common ; (rood to choice natives, $0.10
afl.50 ; medium to fair, $4 250.(10 ; coin-
mnri cows, oO t;I.2o ; choice lexans
$1.50; good, $4.10(4.25; medium tof.iir,
,'J5u,'l.75 ; common. $2 50. Bceeints,
lloiir3,000; wheal, 30 (MI ; corn, 17.000;
oats, 20,000 ; barley, 1.000; rye, 3,000;
Iioks, 1,040; cattle, 2,5.5.).
Mve Ntork Market.
KnozviUe, Auo ID.
Our b u tellers seem to have no tronblo in
getting all the cattlo they desire, nt our
limitations: Extra smooth steers at iii ; tat
cattle, 3 to 31 j common to good, 2 to 2J.
Sheen are in fair demand. No. 1, 3le,
fat, 2ta31c. ; common to fair, 1.50a2 00 a
KnoxvilU. Aug 10.
There, nro no changes to noto in the drug
market this week, all articles continuing
Sit. Turpentine f it 65c Alcohol f 2.
LiDHfcdUil.raw, Vg81.(6 Iod. 1'otaM., "...
do do boiled 1. in CliloratcPitosB.'rll)
Tanners' Oil. f eal 7tw"5 KMences. V doi. SO
l.nrc Oil. best. sal 1.4 .-van.uyx. fioi t.u
CmlOil nil aillart'sKelieHidm 2."0
Drain Pcppnr. B 2i Paper Twine, Y lb
y a.tder. V I" lie w rap 1'aper, dui. n
Indigo, H ff l.ttiOT'Lii H'ran Paper, bill. M
Opium, V lh S'l -SJ do 'I" do L
Morphine, oi.... 7.0U S"da, 1 th
Aniline, d"t 50c borax. V th
rmiir.t. ft lb :lUn Cinnnmnn bark M lb
Concont'd Lye V caae '87 Ext. Lonwocd lh 2tX$22c
The Dead Ex-Presidents.
It was mentioned in the notice of
the decease ot ex-l'resident Johnson
that he was the last of those who have
eld the l'residential office except (he
present incumbent. 1 be Philadelphia
Ledger reminds us that this has not
been the case hitherto since the death
f Washington, who died during the
term of his successor, the elder Adams.
Through the whole of Jellersou's ad
ministration Adams was living : du
ring Madison's eight years Adams and
elterson were alive, and during the
two terms of Monroe, Adams, Jeffer
son and Madison survived. In the
second vear of John Quincy AdauiB,
J elterson anu Adams botn ulea. IJU v
4, 1828,) leaving Madison and Monroe ers seem disposed to hold it back until they
alive. During a part of Jackson's I shove off their damaged grades, which is
A Walking Pincushion.
From the Ilaltimore Bun.
A curious story Is told of General C.
A. Kvans, of Augusta, (Ja. At tin
battle of Monocucy, Mil, while lead
iug bis brigade in battle, he was struck
in the left side by a minie ball. The
ball passed through ins arm, au
thence through bis body. In plowiD
through bis coat pocket it tore through
a naner of pins, burying some of them
iu bis flesh. For the past few mouths
be has been troubled with a pain
about a foot and a-balf from the
wound. A week or two since a bump
about as large as a pigeon egg was
raised on the Bpot where the pain was
most severe. A few days ago three or
four tiins worked out of this bump,
nd it disappeared a i nee. Thus, for
eleven years, Mr. i . .ins has been
lii.i.xvn.i.ij, Tf.nn., Aug. 10. 18'
Thero haj been but little life, in produce
during the week just closed, in fact, almost
everything has been draging alunR St a
very moderate rate, for sevoral months, but
had it not been for the lato rains, which great
ly dolayed the threshing of wheat and oat,
trade would have been much improved in
all lines long before this.
Bo far there has been but little, choice
wheat offered in this market, but we art
sorry to say that the most of the samples
posonted were sprouted or otherwise dam
aged by the wet weather ; at th e same time,
we are aware of the fact that there is plen
ty f geod wheat In the country, but farm-
Kareka Hills linnr.
A standard brand in evorv market where
old. Tho leadine brand in the market
whore manufactured. lr. J. Hal Lylt
The following quotations ot Eureka M 1 1 1 r
maile lrom actual sates:
Fancy. $5.00; Family, $4.00; Superfine,
$3.00; Fine, $2.00: Bran 20 cents to $1.00.
Corn Meal without a superior in quality
hEoxvllle Hetail Karbet.
Knoxville, A uff 10.
1 1 1. lr-.110AV-'V:n M-Mm.o,. fOa75 Ml
ireen 8 i.$l.'.!5 Meal, ft bat 9 nt 1 H)
ISu-u-r, Nails, &i$,y?A
lienns. 1.W5.2.0II W bush Oats, V has (if i"."U
Urun ncr bushel ino shea:. vcwtWlcaJi
Uaaun. Hams. clWrnln Onii.ns. l.l)(gl.&rfuiu
" oouutry,lfrt'ltis:1'Pto Poultry Uhicbnl.'a2t
Sides. lOisdWii' Ducks. lo.M'niJ
Shoulders, " Uoese. 4
Cu..::. " "
lr'd. ti.l '?1.:
Prirr, Tu--'nl;i-Fire Cm!.
ConUiinir.it ft ootUiMOtc lixt f nil the toun In the
bniteil hutcM, ihe I erritorics an 1 the D- tnininn
of (Janadn, havintr a papula' ion (tro.tter tlinn
5 ,) accord i a to tho lj-t renup, ti.RPther with
the names of the newiMpera havinn tho larnet
local circulation in ouch of tbe jdHeji nutned.
Also, a cam) of ne of newppapers which aro re
cotDmended Ut advertisers a- (riving ffrtnte-it value
in proportion to prices charged, Ao. nit nowt-
papers in the uniteu Mates and 'ana a a printtntr
over5,0i-0 copied ench issue. Alo. all tho Re
licious, Aerirultural. lcicniifio and Mechanical,
Mtdicat. M won io. Juvenile, Ktiuc 4ti'ntl, C-in
mercial, Insurance, Ileal Estate. Liw, Sporting.
Musical. Fashion, and other special class jnur
nUi very complete lists. ToRfther wuh rco-i-plo'e
li-t of over ao- Gernun papers printed in
the liniu'l States. Aid. an essay u "n alver
tiping; many tables of ratet. ihowing 'ho cost of
ndvertiinif in various newppaporit, and rvey
tliinK which a bcKiuner in .idvertiinv would like
tokngw. Addreuj Uo. P. HOWELL O..
41 Park Row. Kew York.
KNOXVILLE IRON CO.,
NAIL AND SPIKE
at, Oval and Halt-Hound
Manufactured from East Tennessee Refined Cold
Blast Charcoal Iron.
Wi, lit.!' ti..b'" nM r K'lz
2 'a.'i"! Ki"n, Vft. 1ZH
UJ-.i?iB !ul;ir f ;i.;hcl 16
9"c 1 -;-..fie 2Jf-.-.'
rvais Yelli.w la...iSS
RV-,"lil " itroivr.. 1 1. '.12
our "uuii iv S.v 1.V04.Z1 S.iftu. ar
iir;i, t,t.lri-JSiiSlt,'iiii.'lt ll.SSiUU
" 6ui.erline3.ii:V2.'i Kvrun. 7S'AS i.7rni
lirro toot, iwuzi'vc
terms there were three survivlug ex
Presidents Madlsou. Monroe, and
Quincy Ailams but as Monroe died In
is.il, aud MauiHon in ih.su, mere wan
but one of Jacbaon's predecessors alive
at tbe end of bis second term. Under
Van Huren's administration Jackson
and Quincy Adams were thesurviving
ex-Presidents, and both these, with
the addition or van Huren, nveu
throuuh the terms of Harrison and
altogether wrong, for tbey are or should be
better prepared to dry or clean wheat than
any one else, besides, a great deal of such
wheat is not worth tho cost of transporta
tion It seems that every other place has
had its excitement in wheat during the last
few weeks, except Knoivillo. Just across
the mountains, in Middle Tennessee,
wheat ran up, last wock, as high as $1.50
for prime white, but when the " storms
In the early months of Polk's ad- will reach our market we are not prepared
ministration mere were lour living ex- to say, but a nrmor focling seems to exist,
Presidents, but General Jackson's de- I .nA we are confident if a irood lot of wheat
cease, Juue 8, 1S4.5, anil that of John were offered it ,onld brin ti-her fluro.
Vsl unit, j uauiD iu iuxcj, it ii uu. .nu i . , ,1
7,ivr t t. !,.. nf tlt,rm nf than we can quote to-day.
Mr. Polk. When Taylor was innilgu- "a ro B,8 arriving in a very w anu
rated the survivors were Van Buren. bad condition, and we know of a fow
Atlanta Herald, Aug. S.J
Corn, now white, 1.05 ; yellow and mixed,
03. Wheat. l.OOal.85. 0U. 75. Cow
Peas, 1.2oal.50. Corn meal, $1.05. Fluur,
superfine, 6.&0; extra, do., COO; family, 6. 60a
7.00; extra, do., 7.'25a7.60; fancy, 7.608.00.
II ay, Timottiy, l.ouai.uu; Tennessee, l.zo
al.3j; clover, $1.25. Bacon, clear sides,
00; c.r. sidos, 141; shoulders.lU; sugar cured
hams 14ial5. Bulk meats; cloar sides, 00;
clear rib, 131; l.'c. sidos, 13; shoulders, 00.
Lard, tierces, lbalOi ; buckets, .kegs, cans,
50cal.00. Apples, bbl., O.OOaO.OO; dried
apples, 4 R, country, 6c.j Northern, Ilia
12i ; dried peaches, unpeeled, 61c; peeled,
12al2i. Chicken, grown, 25a30: Spring,
121tt20. liuttor, IWM. Kggs.tWaUO. Wool,
washed, B'-iaOO; unwashed, 25 cents.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Tyler aud Polk, but the decease of
Polk in June, JM'J, ucain leu uuttwo
surviving ex-Chief Magistrates, and
the bame two continued among the
livingduring the terms of Taylor and
Fillmore. During Piprce's aUmluis
tration the living ex-Prenidenta were
Van Buren, Tyler aud iMllmore; and
during Buchauau's there were four,
viz., the three lat named ami Oeueral
Pierce. At the beginning of Liinooln's
administration there were Ave living
ex-PresidentH, but two or tlieHe, vau
Buren and Tyler, died in 1W, leaV'
in tr three to survive until after l.m
coin's own deceaxe; one of whom,
Buchanan, died iu lbOS, but still leav
ing Pierce and Fillmore until after the
end of Johnson u term. At the com
mencement of General (irant'a ad'
miuistration thtre were three survi
vors, but of thene Pierce died In
October. 1809 : Fillmore In March,
187.5, and J oli iiHon in July, J87a; tnus
for thellmt time since WaHliington's
decease leaving nosurvivor among our
Stewart Deals With
Mrs. O'Flanagan Is said to be the
name of a lady who owned a piece of
the Congress street properly at huruto-
ga recently purctiawea by wr, a. i.
fetewhrt, the merchant prince. They
are I -lliug how she outwitted the
great merchant. Mr. (Stewart called
and ollered her for her lot, In
his usual bruwiue yet business-lik
way, and gave her till 4 o'clock to
accept his olt'er. "Bhure, Mr. Htewart,
a brewer from Albany, has ollered me
$33,000 for the property, aud given me
as long as 1 want lo think atjoui it.
But I told him he could have It for
$34,000 If he was hack here by 3 o'clock
It is now ten minutes to 3. Ye can
have it for S35.0oil.if ve eet back before
the brewer does.'1 The thought of a
"brewery" in the neighborhood of the
c .1 l I i ...(.. i .li. a .i,A 1 i ........
UIIUU LU1UU IIUKI U1U 1117 uuniHBW.
Mr. Htewart closed with Mrs. O'Flan
agan ou the spot.
small lots having been sold as low as 25c.
to persons who wished them for immedi
ate use, for such oats, of course, could not
be sold to shippers at any priea.
All other articlos remain unchanged.
Wheat Quiet; white $ l.OOal.05.
Cork Firmer: loose, 70c; sacked In
J.AKU bteaily, loal'ic.
Oats New cron. U5ii40c.
Ibibh Potatoes 'ew crou. $1.00
tiAY fair aemana, buk'jc, DaieJ.
Loose from wairuns, lioaToc per 100 lbs.
1'uixu r kuit Apples, ea'.lc. reache,
quarters, bu'Jc; nulves, aaluo. Blackber
i Loua Dull and weak; country family,
Duying, .iOkvuu-, selling, B.wittJ.a.'); ex
tra, liuving, 'ioOaz.,o; selling, i 7oa
8 00. Knoxville City M ills, " our standard
frfmily," i-iiH; Pnarl Mills family, $3.10
City Mills lamily, $ 05; Pearl Mills extra,
Bacon Dull with heavy stock on hand
buying from wagons bams, 12al2i ; clear
siuus, l-.)an; snuuiaers, iu.
FkATBitKtH-liower; prime, 4-5c.j mixed
BuTTjTR Fresh, 15al8c.
Euos Dull and low, 6c.
Kaob Cotton, 2ia2jc.
Bkkswax 27a2bc per pound.
Toh . iv n '1 ennespeo luaf, 6al2c .
Ginbkno 76caf 1.00.
Kkhkka riNAKK In demand, 55aC0c,
Vkllow Koot Dull, tic.
Wool Wathed. BOaJOc per lb.
Fuks Out of season.
knoxville Lumber Market.
Koueh boards and scantling, $12.00
36 110 per 1,000 feet.
Clear teuonea uiana. s ju.uoa.'o uu.
Dressed weather boarding, $18.00a20.00,
Flooring, S 40. 0036. UO.
Black walnut, green, $30.00a35.00; tea-
Oak posts sawed tapering, 20c each.
Kough cedar posts, 20 to 25c.
Tapered cedar potts, 80 to 40c.
Btwed laths per thousand, 8.00a.'. 50.
Hawed shingles, $3.004,00.
bhaved shingles, $3.6Oa4.O0.
Hit. MtaSlSVcot 'ia ow. V
tksilu lea ireen, 75 1
20 Vinear. -al
A prominent Now York phtshMHi ltelv com-
plaiii&l n DUNDS 1H'K 4 CO. about ihvir
ANij.Lwnott Uu, LAisvtKs, smtiUk' t bat sonic
timefl trier ruretl mir. .ilously. but that ti patient
of tii. hud taken them without f fleet. On boing
informed thut 8evtr?il itnifftti ais wer nolc, he
innuitil ni founil bis imttent 'J n"t (urn taking
Dl N DAS DICK A Cj
M' fa t hnppenwt t t i nbviian iniy h-'ve
hfipprnel to others, ani HU.D4S lIClv A CO.
take this met nod of irtittinc iihu-ianns, 'I' tiii.ts
and tti n'in -t and orpropt-uttntc Oil ok fciNOAL
wooii from riHtiine int t disrenuto
1H YMCIAXS whfp once i-reccribetbc Canuloa
will roHiluue lo do hp, for tbv rontatn tbe
nut lb in rhe ber and cbeiprst term
D UND AS DICK A Co. ue more on. of San
dalwood than all the W holt-naif mid Keiuil
DllKB,'t nnd Perfunurd hi the 1'nited States
c'-inriinei. and ilni i tbo 'LK reu?on why the
l'l UK UlU COM I'HUAl'tiK iU their CipSUltB
thiti in nny otbrr form.
OILOK ANDa.LVYO)i U (nt buih rcedinir
every other rrmods , nixty Capful (s vnly beinK
requtreti to lonure a faic itnu c rum ruro in six
or eight d n. From no other we licioe cuu this
rei't he naa.
DUNDA. DICK CO.'S SOFT CAPSULES
solve tbe probUm. lon(? considered 1; ett'iDout
pbyncinnfl. of bftw to avoid tbe u-ino and dift-
u-t experiftnced in iwAllowincr. wbuh nre well
nowo to detract from, if not destroyed, t e good
fl'ct of many valubln Teinedita
Solt Cansules are nut ud in tu foil ana neat
bo up, tbirty in ea.b. hdii uro tbe only v apHulus
Ire.erilipi hT phyBirinn
i i ti t m r.is s Jaior OH
nd many other nauneous med.cinis can he taken
oaail and sae)y in l)und- Dick & Co.'s Soft
Capsule, no Xafie, riohmell.
W- Theae were ihe only Capsules admitted to
toe rans r.iponucn.
bend lor Circular tn & Woontr ilrwt. IS. 1
SOLI) AT ALL DKlia STOttBa UBKK.
All sizes Common Fence. Finiph, Flooring,
lug, Clincb, ilarrel, 15ox and Mating
made trum best Cbarooal Iron,
All Hand Picked and Warranted the
Best in the Market.
Rolled, Countersunk and Punched
'ram Railroad Track Iron.
Rolled Screen Iron.
New York Market.
New York, Aug. 0.
Money eaay, lja2. Sterling dull, 7.
Gold lirtu, $1.13ttl,13L Governments
dull and steady; new 5's, $1.1(3.)
Htutes quiet and nominal.
Cotton steady ; Baled ot 3,mj bales, at
14 Jal4. Consolidated net receipts,
3'J.'i bales. Exported ToQreatliritain,
(iu bales ; to f ranee, IJsjj bales; con
tinent, 23d bales.
Flour steady, witb a limited export
demand, cluelly for the WeHt Indies
aud Houtli America. Houlberu Hour
without any decided clianire : common
to fair extra, SG.cJ0aJ7.0o; good to choice
do.. 87.l0aH.0U. Wheat, spriucr, tairly
active, la.c. better for prune, and de
mand chlttly lor export; winter quiet
and firmly held; $1.3Sal.3! for No.:
IM.Inann '.Irtainn ul H OU fn nnml CI .
VIMM.'I M. Tll"'I IWI ,
35al.87 for soft do.; $1.39al.40 for No. 2
northwest; il.41al.4o for No. 2 Mil
waultee, climlni at $1.45 for prime ;
tl.48al.50 for No. 1 sprinir, closinir at
tl.5() fur prime No. 1 Milwaukee; $1.50
lor Iso. l Minnesota. Corn active and
steady ; S0a&)3 for steam western mix
ed ; b34u8oi for sail do.; 7oa7S for heated
western mixed : feoaSG for yellow west
em. Oats very dull, but held higher ;
6Ua(i!) for mixed western ; 0Sa72 for
white do. Coil'ee. Itlo, steady; 18al!l
gold, for job lots. Hugur quiet, aud a
shade eauier; Hi tor fair to good relln
ing; 8 7-1 'l for prime; rellned about
steady ; JUiaHHalDi tor granulated
111 alll for crushed and powdered.
Molaxses steady, with a limited de
mand. Rice uuiet and unchanged
Tallow steady, 0. I'ork firmer ; new
mess, J1.70al.H0. Lard firmer; 141
for olid prime steam ; 13al3$ for new
do. Whisky nrmer, fl.ai.itf, clos
ing nrm at
Baltimore. Aue. 0. OaU auietand
firm: southern, 60u64. live dull, liOa
ud. 1'rovlHions nrm and fairly active,
...!. .H1LU.1 ... I...lb. ..V.,...l.l OL ,
clear rib. I3i : bams. 141al5. Lard
firm, crude, 11: refined, 14J&14. Cof-
National Snrgical Institutes
Branch 6 8n TnuiolMO. Cl- I
uid AtUuu, ti.
LARGEST SURfilCAL INSTITUTE IH AMCftlCA.
Ow forty thoound wm eared.
nltldlog CiirvaturtBOf tb Npn, Clu
Kfsft, Hip IMieAMk 1'rtMtked ud
HtllT Kneesi. lt Ynrntttl ot ib
K.-L.llnrr..l1. 1 lBlts Wpj
nuok. ttbrumntliiii, C'naKjrt!ut,
lftrul;BlB, lMlea, FUtala, of
tbe Kjd Biitt t:r. Bu i burslu4ii 11
? In SfntTitL
HEM) FOtC CTHCXLABS.
AddrcM, Ktri Ad. tivhau AL UititoTI,
TndUu polls, liid.. r AtlButB, U., t
119 Buib Bt-.fUo Friiol.-o, C'bJ.
A took at iuO piu. Buo eomTlBft,
i-r1n tb hlury of lb luauiuu-,
modB of triaiut ; tlau, Lbwi of UBitt
tWrmUtSMM BppBATB tTBTJ I W '
IBB4 liTini Uia hlury of ia luauiuu-, r W '
I I molB of trBBimaot ; bUu. Lbwi of Ukittl M
I WmW front IhB CTBiB 1q tb gr. bUL LKJBi- BsasK
J (C 7 Tbw B4rwtUaal Bppn trwrj I
P. 0. Knoivii.i.s, Tkkx,. Auk, 10. 1873.
A Mahala Alexundr.
H .lebn K llrich. Miuter John B Prnwn.
Ilr.rrttt. Mm Martha Buna, Mis Nannie Culler,
11 r H M Mrorkwell.
D W Culp U'l, Mt E. J, Cunningham. Mrs
E.mma Lroi. Jame Culhnm. John J l.auiliball
CK, Mrs. Lucy Carier, M I'tiaste (cul), Mrsllutb
A lyUMlO". ,
ll-Uhaa II Dolin.
V Mr Aoirin Frfd.rirkfl.
Mim lla M I4eer... Jauis M Qiiehain. Jer
emiah UanowiT. KoLert liciirirfl fcoll.
II Mi.- AdeiiiM Hamilton, Charlotte Hill,
Mrs Caroline iluwver, James liayeii.
J lSenloril .luliann.
1. Llavnl it Luwrr. J. A Lilian). Ileniy Lon
as. Mrs Sarah Jnnn l.rra. T J Lord.
mri Annie Mills, Mrs f.utasein mann
Miss Kiuuia Martin. M rg . M Muri-li'th. J O Mm
ton, JainuH MuH'tn, Mrs Maifirie Mitrhi-11, Miss M
R Maiou, Mrs H Monroe, n in Mcljtiee.
Henry Pauemon. William Peok (col).
K Miki AinRndifc Uiifus l'atton hi'lenou
Oeorif. Hay, Mim Mary Heap, Mrs B P ltoeerts.
M in. ,.'iHana KcnMbHTirer. T A Howlan'l.
ai Mi-n Kmiv kmin Inoll. Daniel K PaWTerS,
Miat Cauda bhurti. Mi Kverarueu Sparks. Mist
Klitabetb Suiiih iZ). J L Knrvier. Mrs Luoy
Kmiih M P Ki.iik Mr. Poll. Kmart
'' CT Ti.ylor, James K Inylor. Jonathan
Taylor. Samuel Taylor, Mrs Ibidem Ihoiuas,
W K laylor.
Mr I' I UT,ll,.rr. Cmnhfill Wnllacr. Dayld
Wini-hHer, i'rank Wood (col), James Waylaud
'"I, Lewis Williams, Mrs M B weaver, w
Peraani enllinr for any of the above letters will
auk lor " adverliaed tellers." and pay one rent tor
advertiainfu. . WM. Kl. LH.,
f I tr IV 1 1 To asenta and others, male and
VI I V El IM I female, a I "J secret and beauli-
fully iiiusiratea n Base neei
A A1 A f I ty Calaloaue. 1 l.luuiosw,
r Tf n I I &) Iiroalway. h i ork,
ressed Boat Spike
3 to 7 inch long.
Foundry and Machine
ITavlni re-oriranlied our Ebons under tne chare
Mr. A. R. DAVIS,
(Labs of Pittsburgh),
Who Is a thorough practical Meehsvie aad Cos-
struotiT fincioeey, uu
A Large Stock of New Patterns
EasbraciDK sereral Patents and Mew Combina
tions, we are prepared to lurnif a
Perfect Light & Strong
Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
All Kinds of Machinery Re
built and Repaired,
Threshers, Mowers and
Millwrights and persons wanting Machinery will
By giving us a call before baying.
At reduced prices.
All lengths and situs to order.
MINERS AND DEALERS
IN COAL CREEK
COAL AND CORE.
Prices to Suit the Times.