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V0L'I; KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUN !A 'MORNING, SKITEMBER 4, 1 870. i .. NO. 107.
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
JBT TIIE CABLE.
The KepaMic Proclaimed in Paris.
of the Sew Ministry
Details of the Battles Before riedan.
Gen. Sheridan Witnesses the Battles.
French Ministry Still for ar.
Two New-French Armies- Organizing.
I V Gen. Trocha Probable Military Dictator
The "Address of the French Ministry.
alxiine r. Attempts Lt arc ? at etz.
.f.llDNICHT DISPATCH US.
Tb Sew torerameaitafclJabedi 1 '
l"CLCSITl TO JH DAILT eHB0Cl4 j:
Paris, Sept. 5. The follo-vrin procla
mation has been issued by. the new Gor-
" The !Decheance haa'been'prcMikiin
th Corps Legielatif. The , republic
been .proclaimed' it the Hotel tic
The Government of National .'DefenA. A
copipoaeu oi eleven mem be re, jandall Depu
ties of Paris Jiave been cocsUtuteUWd rati
fied hj popular aciamaUon.. Their canles
are : Aracor'-Amahiiel. -fiiAtn
" Favr. .Yii1ip 'Tertv riomift. rU-.:-
. Y PayesIioefprt; and Jules Simon, t G en.
9" -"c eaujt; tune, .poniinuaiin
the exercise' of the ' power, of the goy em
ment of Paris, jmd is' appoiateiJ JMinifiter! of
War in place of General Palikao. -Tieiee
placard immediately, and if Necessary liare
proclaimed y publitf crier thij ileclarr.tion
iox tne IsKivernment -of Na(iuaJ"Icf: ife
rABis, bept. 4. An important faction of
the Chambers met at President Sneider's
residence and Beem disposed to act inde
pendently of the Provisional Government,
to whom they hare sent delegations.
Officers ; and soldiers place themselves
uuder the new Government.
It is understood the Government will
convoke the Constituent Assembly.
Aatlonal Derens 1'rjped.
The Faris jgnrnals unanimously urge
the nation to make an unyielding defense.
They declare the dismemberment of Paris
impossible, and say the King of Prussia
declared he was only warring againt Na
poleon. If it becomes evident that he is
now warring against the French people,
the struggle mst be one of extermination.
Prussia Hast Saflfrr.
The fleet must be ordered to treat the sea
ijiJ5 -Germany as the Prussian armies
treat the towns of Alsace and Lorraine.
The enemy must be made to feel what
united KepublicanJFranee can accomplish.
All men here must'bear arms.
The Xw Cabinet.
Paris, Sept. 4. Gen. Trochu, Governor
of Parte, has been appoi nted a member of
the Government of National Defense, and
installed at the Hotel de Ville. He takes
Portfolian a "War, and hiscolleagues have
conferred upon him the Presidency.
London, Sept. 5. The officers of the
Provisional Government have been dis
tributed as follows:
Minister of the Interior, Leon Gambet
ta; Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jules
Favre; Minister of Finance, Pierre Mague;
Minister of Public Instruction, Jules Si
mon; Minister of Justice, Emanuel Cre
niienx; Minister of "War Trochu: Preui-
r"""ient of the Council.
General, Andre Lavert Jou.
Seals have been placed on the doors of
the Corps Legislatif.
Gold and Stoek llarket.
, ICXCLCBIVB TO TEM DAILY CHItKICLK.
NEW, York, SepL 5. Discounts
Gold opened with increased fairness.
report that Trochu was declared Dictator
advirjl'thej price to 14 j. In the after
noon it declined to 13, The decline was
accelerated by favorable reports from Lon
don fnd .the fears that some prominent
sharks were unable to meet their clearances.
During the . afternoon it was active and
strong t' 141 ; 62's, 13; 4's, llg ; 5's,
Hi, Bel45 ;. 7 10i ; 8 li 6. -
-THE fifth German army, one hundred
thousand men strong, is moving rapidly
toward the Moselle. It is commanded by
the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
Frederick Francis, of , Mecklenburg
Schwerinfis a nephew if King William of
Pnifcsia, and i .grandson of the. beautiful
Queen ixniisa1 of Prussia, to whom he is
il to lar most striking resemblance.
THE RECEJTT FBEXCII 1EFEAT. '
Fnll Particulars or the Eate Battle by an
SUNDAY'S SPECIAL DISPATCHES
Neiv York, SepL. 4
The Tribune correspondence at the head
quarters of King William, eightmiles from
Sedan, Thursday night, says after the de
feat on the 30th and 31st, the French re
treated en masse on Sedan and encamped
around it, aud French prisoners say it was
believed that the road to Mezieres was open,
and in case of another defeat a retreat
could have easily been accomplished. But
on . Wednesday evening, the whole Prus
sian corps, those sent from Frederick
Charles army, the second army, and the:
CJ-own mafjaTiiwftirf' "Trig
j.yof Daiicberg and
IcMahon's army on
the west Rii";' rivo them against t lie Bel
gian frontier. While this was going on,
jtho Saxons and Guards, 80,000 strong, com
posing ine ;l'mssian right, under Prince
Albert; of Saxony, were marching rapidly
io close on the French on the right and on
the Mease, which they had crossed Tues
day, the 30th,' at itcmelly, in the direction
bf La Chapelie.- : .. .
On Thursday morning, at half-past sev
en, the King started for the battle-field,
Nvhcre cannonading was then going on.
jThe Kiug drove' in an open carriage to
Cheerange, 3 miles' south of Sedan. The
French had flooded the, low meadows in
the valley,. before coming to the railway
bridge at Bazeille, to stop .the Germans
from advancing on the town in that direc
tion. But the French' failed to mine' the
V , .
bridge at Bazeille, and it was of immense
service to ine rrussians tnrougnout the
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battle, who threw up earth works on the
bridge itself, to protect it from the French,
who more than once attempted to storm it,
n the hope of breaking the Bavarian com-
Jnnnicatiops between the left, and right
janks of the Meuse. On tlie projecting
fcpurs of a hill the Bavarians posted two
pacienes .or , Dreccn-Joaaing steel lieupp
iruns, which kept up a duello till the very
bad of Hie dayi with the siege guns of fce-
dan," across the Meuse. - '
Still further to the right flank was an ma
culating plain above the village of Baze-
rille, terminating about a mile and a half
from Sedan, at the woods near Richeeourt.
Midway between the two places there is a
ravine watered by two brooksj-wjk-li was
lie scene of. the most desperate struggle
j tud frjgh.tfullaughterj44th.e whwtUe
i-eiween mis woou ana tne town were
several French camps, where were shelter
ed huge masses of troops which were never
used. Separated from them by a
Wooded ravine, was a long bare hill
where occurred some of the hardest light
ing of the day, and which formed one of
tlie keys of the position of the French
army. When this was once in the hands
of the Prussians, the whole town of Sedan
was at the mercy of the German guns.
Further to the left lay the village of Illy,
which was set on fire early in the day by
French shells. Above the railroad bridge,
the line to Mezieres was wooded hills,
where the Crown Prince and staff stood du
ring the day, having a more extensive view
than on the one where stood the King,
Bismarck, the Minister Wair, Generals
Moltke, Sheridan and Forsythe. '
i The object of thePrussian generals was to
close the crescent of troops, the shape of the
line with which they began battle, intoa cir
cle, by a junction between the Saxon corps
on the right and the Prussians on the left.
This took place at noon, near the village of
Illey, or Bazeille, in a ravine behind Se
dan. This terrible circle, once formed,
grew steadily smaller, till at last the forti
fications of Sedan itself were enclosed.
suxdat's press dispatches.
Washigton, Sep. 4. Mr. Jones, at
Brussels, telegraphs to the State Depart
ment full confirmation of yesterday's
' Mr. Washburne telegraphs from Taris to
the State Department that they had heard
of McMahon's defeat and the capture of
Sedan, but they did not know whether
the Emperor was a prisoner or in Belgium.
New Yobk, Sep. 4. Cable dispatches,
dated Paris, Sep. i, state that the Council
of Ministers have issued the following
proclamation to the French people :
" Great misfortune has come upon our
country. After three days' heroic struggles
sustained by the army or Marshal McMa
hon against 300,000 of the enemv. 40.000
men have been made prisoners. Gen. De
Wimpllen, who took command in place of
iucjuahon, wno was badly wounded, has
signed a capitulation; This cruel reverse
will not. shake our couraire. Pans is
to-day in a complete state of defense. The
military forces of the country will be or
ganized in a few days. A new army will
be uuder the walls of .Farts, and another is
now forming on tlie banks of the Loire.
Your patriotism, your union and your en
ergy will save France. The Emperor has
been made a prisoner in the struggles. The
Government, in accord with the public
powers, will take all measures reequired by
the gravity ot events,"
The above address is signed by Count
De Palikao, C. Rigault De Genandry, Jules
Brome De La Tour D'Auvergne, Grande
Perret, Clement Dunemoise, P. Magne
Busson Billalaut and Jerome David; of the
Council of Ministers.
In the Senate, yesterday, the MinisteVof
War said, "We have learned through va
rious unofficial channels, that Marshal
Bazaine failed in his recent attempt to free
himself from the hostile armies which held
him' shut np around Metz. His efforts
were heroic. The King of Prussia could
not help rendering justice to the valor of
our soldiers. McMahon, after endeavoring
to join Bazalne in the direction of Wberth,
was obliged to' retire to the environs oi
Sedan, where there were several d;ys
fighting with alternations, of success Wul
reverse, but we contended against an ene
my numerically our superior, and in spite
or the most energetic efforts, the attempt
seems to have terminated in an unfortun
ate manner for onr arms. Other advic;
of Prussian origin, are still more unfavor
able, but do not appear to us worthy oi"
credit in all cases, and the Government is
not willing to give them the appearance of
authenticity by communicating them to
the public. Our reverses afflict us. It-is
impossible for us to witness, without deep
emotion, so much carnage and nvmuch
devotion rendered unavailing r but lkiti!
spectacle, fa rfmrrj43u'niif ftnarrnrrgy
l redoubles it. Since the
present Cabinet came into nower. it has
drawn great strength from France, and
they still remain so strong that, with ener
gy and the help of tlie nation, we may yet
have the last word. Let us hope that God
will help us, and drive the enemv from our
Jerome David added to the above In
stating that the defences of the capital were
in the best condition, and according to com
petent judges, Avere capable of resisting all
efforts of the enemy. Let us defend Pari?,
lie said, on walls and in the streets, ami if
it must-be, we will bury ourselves under its
In the Corps Legislatif, a statement of
the situation similar to that made in the
Senate, was given. Jules Favre declared
we are unanimous for defence until death.
(Great applause.) It is time that compli
ances should cease, if we wish to repair
our disasters. . He concluded by attacking
the Imperial power, and proposing to place
vuA uiAi 1(11 JA VI
ers in the hands of
An Amsterdam dispatch rejwrts that the
Prince Imperial,' instead of escaping to
Belgium, surrendered with the Emperor at
Sedan.. . ... . , .
A dispatch frtirrv-Washburne fo the State
Department say the Empire is ended.
The excitement in Paris is intense.
THE EMPIBE EX DEI).
The Empress Eugenie to Surrender.
NOOK DISPATCH. :
Paris, Sept.X The dispatches of Satur
day, midnighreiort vast crowds gathered,
but no disorder,
There wereoverone hundred and two"
thousand prisoners captured at Sedn
New York, Sept. b. The Tclcg.
special from Paris of the 5th, says the En
press Eugenie, having received assurances
from the Prussian Government that she
will not be treated as a prisoner, has con
sented to join her husband and son, who
was also surrendered with his father at
Sedan. She will leave for Prussia as soon
as her arrangements can be perfected.
Gen. Trochu will be made temporary
dictator, and Paris will be defended to the
Paris, Sept. 53 p. m. It is now impos
sible to reach the Corps Legislatif, owing
to the immense crowds surrounding the
It is reported that the vote on Dccheance
has been carried by yeas 185, nays none.
The people are wild with excitement,
and are rushing through the streets bearing
placards with the vote of the Corps Legis
latif inscribed thereon.
Shouts of 41 Vive Republitpie f' are heard
on all sides. Regiments passing into the
city are received by the populace with
deafening shouts of " Vive la Ligne,"
" Vive Republique."
The National Guard reversed their arms
as the regular troops passed, as a sign of
The troops are signing the maurier peour
patrie, and the scene is one of indescriba
Rumors of all kinds are in circulation,
and it is impossible to ascrtain their foun
dation, but one sentiment seems to be par
amountresistance to invasion. All the
nation now to the rescue ! shout the peo
ple, and the troops join enthusiastically.
The National Guard say that order must
be preserved. The people evince but little
desire to create trouble and all seem over
joyed at the vote on Descheance.
Later. Crowds are beginning to tear
down the Imperial arms from the fronts of
shops, and there are fears that this may
lead to serious trouble, as the National
Guard are not inclined to permit these dis
orders. night dispatch.
Paris, Sept. 5. 6J p. M. The c-owds
continue to tear down the signs eont . iuing
the Imperial arms and medals. The high
est stores are climbed to tear the word Im
perial fr.mi the theatres. The police are
no b'Uscr scon ou the streets.
Paris, Sept. 4. Morning. Trochu in
answering the crowd said he had taken an
oath, and, as an honest man, could not
break it. The Chamber must answer the
people. , . .
Later in the evening, a large crowd as-
sembled on the boulevards Bonne Nou
velle, parading and shouting "Dccheance"
and "Vive La France ! " They were
charged by the police who used fire arms.
Popular agitation is very great and feel-1
ings against the invaders are singularly
The Provisional Government went into
office without the slightest disorder. All
Ministers are acting with enercrv. Or
ders were rnade for the immediate forma
tion of eollosal armies.; ,,
Jbe Senate is suppressed. .
: The Corps Legislatif has dissolved.
J The Provisional Government is in per
manent session in the Hotel de Ville, under
thft Presidency of Geueral Trochu.
j -.OFriCIAf, AIVICEK FROJI EIROPE. :
i - 'r- t '?
jio!''T,f 1,1 A Republic frwlnimed
Wa?iiiVGtox, Sept. fi. The State De
partment haj advices that a Republic has
b$?u t-Orlaimcd from iuait? (,:. u.
bcrs.- t Deputies Favre, ' Gambol ta Senior
PicaM and others compose the provisional
government. Rochefort was liberated lv
the people. Danm (ierolt has a dispatch
from his government stating- that Napo
leon, tt.s.tVfi, in.' .V.V i ; treat for
peace, and the :oveiii,ioni being at Paris
the war must eonti'iiie. -
XUSIIT iIsiA i II
lilUVsKl.s Sept. -). It is stated that
Liege has boon selected as the Emperor'
place of detention.
Several of Eugenie's maid? of honor havt'
Loxpox, Sent. ". The memlers of th
provisional government established at Par
is are as follows: Trochu, Simon, (Jain
betta, Pollctan, Favre, Terry, Keratry,
Cromienx, Picard and Grcvy.
Desperate Attempts or Bazaine to Break
Through the Prussian Line Around Metz
Cable Telegram to the Tribune.
ijOMot fepr. i. a special correspon
dent or me lriunnc telegraphs Jrom lie run
Ihc following official dispatch :
MAr.AXCdi'iiT m:ak Metz, September
il:-D a. si. V roin, ihe morning of 31st of
August till noon of September 1, Bazaine,
with several corps, uninterruptedly at
tempted to break out from Metz in a north
erly direction. Under Prince Frederick
Charles, Gen. Montenfel defeated all these
attempts in a glorious engagement, which
may be designated the battle of 2s oisseville,
and in the evening was thrown back into
the fortress.,-The First and Ninth Corps
and theDivieion of Kuminerlin and the
I- "'wenly-eight Infvutry
.at Seringy, Jvoi-
'ir ty,.tirc" jot
.trison of Stras
vhs defeated with
.-.! jgaged in Thurs
day's banfe namely, the ourth, fifth,
eleventh, twelfth corps, the Guards and
the Bavarians comprised 174.000 infantrv,
17,000 cavalry and 4S0 guns. Nearly half
belong to the army ot the Crown Prince ol
Prussia. McMahon's whole force engaged
was probably 150,000 of all arms. Rein
forcements 'from Paris could not have
Making a Blonde out of a Brunette.
I have learned some interesting details of
blonde manufacture. I heard much this
Summer of manufacu red blondes, and one
was pointed out to me as unquestionably a
manufactured article. I believed it vague
ly, but my interest in tlie matter was
aroused one day recently, when 1 called on
a friend in the city and saw the most won
derful change in her. Her hair, a week
ago a light brown, was almost light, with
a decided tinge of red in it. I asked ex
planations, and they were frankly given ;
she was undergoing the process of being
changed into a blonde. She told me some
thing of the process. The hair is first
shampooned to cleanse it thoroughly of all
the grease and dirt, and thou the liquid is
applied to a few strands of hair at a time.
The liquid is colorless and warranted harm
less of course. The hair first turns red and
then gradually grows lighter. My friend
logically ami good humorc lly replies to
remonstrance, that her hair is her own,
and her husband likes light hair, and that
she is assured by the highest authority
among hair dressers that the application is
not injurious to the hair or health. The
process, where a long, thick suit of hair is
to be colored, one hundred and fifty dol
lars. LonnBranch Corrcpondcncr Sprinri-
The reported death of J. II. Skacrgs, who
was hanged atBIoomtield, Mo., on ihe 26th
inst., is confirmed by Colonel George W.
Kitehen, Sheriff of Stoddard countvT wlio
arrived in this city yesterday.
Skaggs was hung at ten minutes past
one, in the afternoon, and after the phvsi-
cians had been operating upon him up to
nearly 9 o'clock, in an endeavor to resus
citate him, the attempt was given up as
hopeless. S(. Louis Republican Sept. 1st.
" "Wife, " said a broker a few days since,
do you think I shall ever be worth fiftv
thousand dollars ? " " Ain't I worth that
to you?" said the confiding snousp.
" Y-e-s," said Ihe other half, " but I can't
put you out at interest. "
A modest music dealer was reecntlv non
plussed by a lady as stout as Parae-Rosa,
who inquired : " Have you' Put Me in My
Little Bed?" J
Philadelphia rejoices over the discovery
that it has, thus far this year, consumed
9,000 more beeves, aud lH.OOO more sheep,
than in the corresponing period of 1S(59.
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Young ladies at the sea-shore wear blue
and green veils tied around their heads to
protect them from the sun while they sit
on the piazzas.
Chief Justice Chake. This gentle
man, according to the New York Sun, has
for some time been suffering from a para
lytic stroke. He is at the residence of Sen
ator Sprague, in Rhode Island.
In spite of the war, a Chess Congress is
being hclJ at Baden-Baden.
STATE OF TENNESSEE KNOX COUNTY".
T. M. PcWcier vs. A. Jonas.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING THAT THE
defendant, A. Jona. is justly indcbtul to the
plaintiff, and has absconded, so that the ordinary r
cess of lw oannot be served on him. and an original
attachment baring been leTied on hi property. It Li
therefore ordered that publication be mad? in the
Knoxrille Chronicle, a newspaper published in the city
of KnoxTtlle, for four successive weeks, commanding
the said A. Jonas to appear before me. or some other
Justice of Peace, at my office on the oUth d;iy of Sep
tember. J87Q, and make defense to said suit nirciti.t
him, or it wiU be proceeded with ex-partc. Tbi tbo
3d day of Sept.. 1870. JULIUS OCI1S.
iept6- Justice of the Peace for Knox County.
JOHN li. H
0l'I.l MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORM HIS
? 1 friends and customers that he is now rocc.vins a
choice lot of
Coffee. Tea. Sucar, Rice,
Syrop. Spires. Crackers.
Cheese. Candles. Spp,
Sx!.i, lye Stuff, Vinegar,
Salt, Pii-lde. Yea.t Pow
der, Canned Fruit, Spun
Thread.- Wiietonp. I'riin
ytone. Mnst:!i. ';' phnr.
A!i:in S ilts. Co;i--ont rated
Lye, Rlarkibjr. Oil,
Tobacco. Simli'. Sea Mu.s
Fa tine. Corn St.irch. Nut
megs, .Mace. Pepper,
Racket. Tub. ICccli is.
Wash l!.i:ird.-. lirooms.
t'liuriis. Sit'iers, Sup-ar
Roses. Firkins, Rnr.nl
Trays. Rowis. Clothes
Pin?, Demijohns. L'oilce
Mills. R:ikets. Crushes.
Cotton Curds. Quart.
Peck and ilalf-Rushel
Measures. ( 1 1 a s s and
Stone Fruit J.ir, in
Black and Ureen
Of the very
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Shorts, Lard, Ba-
5- c(.n, lined Ueef.
Corn, Onions, l'o
tatoos, Kggs. But
ter, &c, fce.
Which he is determined to sell at the vfbv lowest
We8t Side Market Square.
3- All eools delivered at rcsidenco or depot free of
Ofjice of Knuxvillk Nn KtmucnV R. R. Co.,
K.n:svii.LV. Tens., August i. 1ST).
T'HK AX;V '.l.VeWfl I TK STOCK IfbL-
-- in ifio Ivnojvillc anJ Kentucky i: -ilroad
willlie hold in the office of thi 1'iimnnv in Wn,,v
on Monday, September Ctltli. Is7i. .-i-imneiK imr ;it 11
o'clock, a. u. .INO L. M'teES.
SELLING OFF AT COST !
For Thirty Days ! !
WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Worth of Merchandise at Cost
WE HAVE MANY KINDS OF
Which will be gold at a sacrifice. We have in storej
BLEACHED AM) PR0H. DOMESTICS,
Cassimeres, French Cloths,
Slioes, Hats and Caps,
GROCERIES, TOBACCO, &c.
JE" Rare Bargains will 1 ie fifTen il :i we
intend to make sales.
E. E. JleCKOSKEY A CO..
aug4.11m. Kliijj- 4'oruor, Knoxville.
T Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED FROM
-m-r iuc vircuii court oi ivnox county. lenne.5ee.
nn'i io nie nirecica, i will fell tor casli in havl. to f he
higiiest bidder, in front of the court house in Kiioxvillr,
on Saliiidiiy, the 21th day of September, 170. all ii,c
right, title, claim, interest and demand th::t S. 1).
and Louisa Miner have in and to a certain tract oJ par
cel of land situated and lying in the 12th Civil District
of Knox county, Tcnnefsee, and adjoining the lands of
Andrew Knott and others, containing one hundred and
fifty acres, including t ho mansion house where Henry
Lones formerly lived, to satisfy a judgment rendered
in the Circuit Court of Knox county in favor of Andrew
Knott v. S. D. and Louia Miner.
cptl-dltw3t. V. F. G0SSETT. Sheriff.
United States of America Eastern District
niKREAS. INFORMATIONS HAVE HE EX
I Y tiled in the District Court of the United States
for said District, by E. C. Camp, Attorney of the United
Suites for aid District, on behalf of the United States
of America, against the following described property,
viz : One ten-gallon cask, containing eight gallons dis
tilled spirits (brandy), seized as the property ofD. S.
Two copper stills and worms, seized on lands in s-aid
District, by Joseph A. Cooper, Internal Revenue Col
lector for said District, as the property of Samuel Hunt:"
One cask with ten gallons distilled spirit, seized on
lands in said District by John Murphy, Deputy Collec
tor of Intenal Revenue, as the property of James
Baird, and against all persons lawfully intervening for
their interests therein; alleging that said properly had
been seised, as aforesaid, as forfeited to the nited
States, for causes in said information set forth and
averred to be true. and praying for the usual process
and monitions. Now, tnerefcre, pursuant to the moni
tions, under the seal of said Court, to me directed, I
hereby give public iiVic to H persons claiming an in
terest in said properttojiiuear before said Court, at
the court house in KnoVVrth;, in said District, on the
5th day of September, 1S70, at 10 o'clock of the fore
noon of that day. then and there to interpose their
claims and make their allegations in that behalf.
S. P. EVANS.
augl"-dltw4t. U. S. Marshal for said District.
T)f3 ACRES OF LAND ON TILR KlTLEDGE
CVi" Tarnpike, 2!4 miles from the courthouse.
Terms liberal, aj 13 if 1 P. II. CARD WELL.
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FALL TRADE, 1870.
R. S. PAYNE & CO.,
1 170ULD RESPECTFULLY INFOBSI
the Merchants of
That we are receiTiiig 'nd openlsf Qr;
Having gotten it up in July, before the ad
vance cause 1 by the foreign war. TTitti
this advantage, and with a stock
Doubly as Largo
rorincr saon, we are prepared to
Our Siock was manufactured nnde fkt
supi rvision of 3IR. McNULTT, oar Wtw
ork partner, specially for th trad mt
thi:- coi tion ; comprisiug in th
Ihwt I Slioe Departincnt
W C;i-o? Full Stock Heavy Srefto.
. I-'jO Ci.sts (i.nts- Fall Stock Htt T. tk
IJni'l. , .
V) CW- Gents' Heavy Clf Boto.
-100 Casos AVomen s Stnple Pegged TTrk.
100 Ca.es Women's Fine Sewed Wrk. ; ' ;
HX Ca-c (UnU' Balmorals ftc.r'rfd' m4
tewed. - - - '
Misses, Hoysnnd Children! Bte aal C&MB
in great variety. . . ; . . . .'
AVe nUn have Hi e very finest work for
Fine French Lamoin Cif BoB fcr
Miles' Fine French Iin0i ' Oblf lUcli to -Gent.
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Burls' Paris 3redal Button and Lac Tlottotor
Ladies -. . ; ' .-. -v
Senwitiort and other ln
II A T S . :
f Men s and Boys Fur and "Wool
'"n'-i maiiBver, emoracing
ALL THE EH STYLES
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As fust as they come out throuKTi the whole eea-
yon. 1 he muiic will l irriol out in our- .
Ladies' Hat Department,
For which we have an extensive patronage.
Ihif! Department will embrace all the etylee hi
VELVET, PLUSH, STRAW, rf.
Furs! Furs!! Furs!!!
Ladies' Furs of the latest prteertie;
A very large and complete stock, eMbrad&g
all Nos. from 4 to GO.
Velvets, all colors. Tatciift Telveti, all
Cotton Velvet, all color?.
A Iar&e and
riel stock, of direct i an porta-
Trunks ami Valises.
Gent's Sole Leather, LadieV Paraloga, Mel
oilier Trunks and Valise.
o00 Packing Trunks on hand fr fee Tit,
V are the only Agents for Tennes4t tmr .1
II. LEXKAKD S ofoVE FACTORY, Oll
ersviile. . . "V ill haTe en hand dariar tk
Winter, Gent's Genuine Buck and Sheep Gaaaa
lots, (Jloves and Mittens, Ladies' aad Ovmlf
Fur-t p Kid Gloves, etc.
We cordially invite the attcntw f Xmx.
ville Merchants to our
Jiotbre going East, as we will eniftaver I kc3k
a siock equal to any bouse la the BtaU, a4 W
lieving we can sell them Goeda aa lew- M lk
tame can ba laid dowa frem 2iw Vitr.