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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
i THE WAR.
XEWS BY THE CABLE.
.CemmeneeiseBt of Peace Negotiations.
AapoUon'f Investments in 5ew;TorJt.
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Fla5of Trace ft Marshal BaMne. TJle exrted! battle at'Orieaw haspc-n-.
. , jcurred. ...After, stt fours', lighting, the
Soccfssfnf Sorties Made J Ike French. J
Capture of Treasn're and War Material.
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Opening Day of the Georgia State Fair.
V'I . KXtJLlSH. HEWN. ".
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ejclisiy To thb dajlt cbbokiclb.1
LosriKar, Oct 19. Itb asserted that Napo
' icon iias ten million franca invested through the
affencj of the Brown Bm'l of New York.
The-negotiatioDi offered by'TaTre and Burn-
?idc were rejected. . The stated terms wfre
ighty millions pound, sterling indemnity, and
Alsace and Lorraine to remain neutral for ten
years, -nd then decide their future stats by
pfebiscitum, the Prussians to enter Paris and
' sign the treaty.'
. ,. Flag 9f Truee from EtaMlae.
" Gem" Bayer, with a flag of truce from Bazaiue,
visited Bismarck. The Russians demand a
l rvvisiou of the treaty of . 1856.
Spirited fighting along the Rouen road.
..; Bourbaki is at Blois.
:vThe Prussians have burnt the bridge at fct
. rr. ' . uui' RESCM KEHS.
Nnrressfnl Krtie from HvaUneiijr.
t:( "-xctnjjTj TO THE DAILY CBKOKICLB.
TotJkOot. 19. Gambetta has returned.
, . The dispatches from Bclfort report that
"there was a successful sortie from New Breisech
' which resulted in driving the Prussians with
considerable loss from their positions.
A sortie from Montmedy surprised the Prus
sians and captured 400 camp chests with 20,000
francs, and two wagons loaded with chosscpots,
and on the following day attacked an artillery I
I'MBnon-vdina; t Paris.
The commandant of the army of the Loire is
sued an order to-day threatening to shoot all
insubordinate officers, andasks his men to shoot
him if he fails in his duty.
Paris, Oct. 19. The fortificrtions keep up a
constant fire, preventing the Prussians from
constructing their works.
Garibaldi was enthusiastically received at
Gen. Scfort has esigned the Portfolio of the
Opcningr Day of the Fair.
lEXCLTSIVE TO THB DAILY CHBOSICI.B.J
Atlanta, Oct. 19. The State Fair
opened to-day, with 5,000 persons present.
"Atlanta," from Savannah, won the prize
for the fastest single trotter.
The Governor has issued a proclamation
adjourning the House nine die on the 25th
instant, and reassembling the Senate on
the 21st of November, in executive session.
Radical members of the Legislature are
busily occupied in mailing election docu
ments, the envelopes of which are franked
by J. H. Piatt, member of Congress from
Tb Situation In Parla.
illCLCSITB TO THE DULY CHBOKICLB.
Niw York, Oct 19. A special to the World
say that a balloon letter from Paris of tht 14th
instant states that the squares and pleasure
grounds are planted with cabbages aud cauli-
There is no anxiety to make peace.
The Prussians asked for for a 6ix hours' truce
to bury their dead at Bazencaux.
Official Rumors of Peace.
EXCLCl-IVE TO TI1E. DAILY. CHROMCLE.
"Washisgtos, Oct, 19. A dispatch has been
received to-night at the State Department,
from a reliable source in London, to the effect
that the report that peace is arrange! is much
believed, although not yet officially stated.
Stock and Money .Varkef.
KXCLCS1VE TO THE KKOXTILLE CHBOMCI-E.
New York, Oct 19 The money market
is without any new feature. All demands
ihaye been promptly met at 5a6c. , The de
mand for discounts at the banks is active,
and more is offered than can be discount
;ed. t Exchange is firm at SjaSJ. . Gold
opened quiet at S1.12J, remained at $1.12a
1.12J awhile, and closed strong at $1.13$.
Governments have been steady all day.
,Late in the day 5-20s, 65s, new, 67s and 68s
advanced i. All closed firm at the follow
- ing quotations : 6s, 81; 62s, 12; 64s 11 1-
C5s, 12J; ; new, 10J; 8s, 10; 40s, 6. South
erns very dull, with few transactions. Ten
nessees, 62.; new, 60. Virginias, 62; new,
.'.3.' Loulsianas, 70; new, 66; levees, 75; 8s'
87. Alabamas, $101; 5s, 70. Georgias' 8oJ
: 7b, 90. North Carolina, 48J; new, 27!
South Carolinas, 80; new, 67. . , , ...
Loxdon, Oct. 19 Evening ConMls23;
bonds, quiet, 89. Tallow firm. " '
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PKtTttKIA-Y VICTORT AT ORLEANS
Explosion ' t- -tod-ua I-atrenching
dent 'of ' the Standard my s that Pxustda
would ' glailiy "afwpt 'auy;; teriris of peace
which would reliete Tier! of 4 Printer caifci-
ptugn. ' ' ' "' 5-":.u-n orrr-j ; ?... .1
, Correspondents, universally . believe that-
gtnpral bombardment of Paris ,hasbff
postponed for a fortnight;'
The Prussian fiiul it xlifficult to suppress
French fled, leaving the bridge across the
J-irini? .v-.t- .. i .ngggeq,- There
about equal. So further particulars have
been received.., ..;.r;"r! , . ,, ., ..... .
Three thousand Pruians defcateil eight
thousand French .Mobiles at Etivat. '
Burnaide's peace hegotiations have utter
The explosion of an ammunition wagon
at (Sedan caused a panic.' I ne gates were
closed and. the? drawbridges lifted. The
explosion was caused by a smoker's pipe,
and killed and wounded many.
A sortie from Paris on the 14th. was. : re
; A French entrenching party was driven
away from Ville JuifT. '
t ive hundred Ciarde Mobile prisoners
escaped from the Germans at Chateau
Thierni n few days since. j " -
A dispatch from Chateau Dun says' the
Prussians have commenced bombarding
that place. ., - - . f-
The army -of the Duke of Mecklenburg
Hchwerin, 22,000 strong, entered Soissons
on Sunday. Fifty thousand pounds of
ammunition were found. , . y -r r!"
It is thought at Lille that the surrender
of that place was brought about by treache
ry instigated by Napoleon, who is known
to be scheming in the Isle of Jersey and
London to place the Prince Imperial on
the throne, with Eugenie as Regent.
PRUSSIANS 19 ORLEAXK.
t'nfavvrafcle Xews from Mars! lie.
Touks, Oct 19. The details of the occupa
tion of Orleans by the Prussians say their levies
are enormous. They took all the horses. Th e
soldiers are quartered on the people, and cat,
drink and waste cxcessivelv. The officers are
of the Prussians is 95,000.
The Prussians have evacuated the left bank
of the Loire. The German merchants are un
The Papal Nuncio is expected here to-day.
A credit of one hundred thousand francs has
been opened by the Government for the balloon
Motun was occupied by the Franc-Tireurs on
the 17th inst
The Prussians are levying heavy contribu
tions under the threat of destroying-tue towns.
Troops in large numbers continue to pass
through the towns northward.
Official. The Prussians captured Chateau
Dun, after ten hours' fighting. A force of the
National Guards aud nine hundred Franc
Tireurs disputed every inch of ground. The
Prussian force was 8,UO.
There is nothing from the large aauiies con
fronting each other near Orleans. It is under
stood that the French arc slowly falling back,
while the Prussians seem to be withdrawing to
Tours is filled with French troopE, just ar
rived. A band of American Irish volunteers have
just reached here.
The news from Marsailles is unfavorable.
The Garde Civiqe is troublesome.
Gambetta orders the railway company to hold
the trains in readiness to move the troops ata
Virsaiixis, Oct 19. The Prussians drove
three thousand of the Gaurd Mobiles from
Creteul on the 12th.
General Vcnwcrder reports that the enemy
was in his front, but retired to Belfort and Di
Arrests for Violation or the Resin try Laws-
Nxw Yokk, Oct. 19. The St Laurient sailed
full of rifles, cannon and howitzers, sold by the
U. S. Navy Department :
Judge Anthony Hardeman and the City
Marshal have been arrested, for alleged viola
tion of the registry laws.
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Tispatck from Bismarek.
"Washisqtox, Oct 19. Bismarck has sent
a dispatch fc Baron Gerolt, a copy of which has
been furnished to the Department of State,
dated at Versailles yesterday, in which he
says the object of Germany is not conquest,
but to secure a boundary which will prevent a
further invasion by the Frenchinto Germany.
Salt Commenced Afalnst, Jndjsre Lindsay.
' ' ; BXCXCS1VE TO THE DAILY CHBOKICLfJ 4
LonsviiXK, Oct 19. A suit has commenced
to remove Judge Lindsay from the court of ap
peals for alleged ineligibility under the 14th
&en. B. F. Bntler Xominated.
EXCLUSIVE TO, THE DAlLT"CHi03aCl.E.l ,
Boston, Oct. 19. Gen. Butler has lieen
re-nominated for Congress, .
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, Recorders Office. ,
Everything was serene at the Recorder's office
yesterday, ant a ca being brought forward for
trial.1"4 7 ' " ' : " "
r -SCUTH CAnOLIflA.
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rUH nEUBI,lCAMS AXD REFOR
A C'olEIclWiirHotli Parties llaifti
.-t ... , ; '.state.4
Chaklestox, Octl 19. The elccti
.OfT auictly but exerted 'intense iutores
CM ti q
of' tne eiectioa laws;, the tmciai x
withheld for a,w'ek,.butit is'con.t
Reformers have carried tliecity t.
majorityT, Both parties" "clV
contest ut.'th district. befV
mulatto contestant, is c1- '
Hon. Horace Mayi.
spoke to a fair audit-uco u
dny'. "We give below a synoj.
ard's speech : 't - . : " ,7 " ;
' He said he did not feel as" if he W. ,
strangers, that he had -been here too lor
More than a quarter of a century since, he came
here a youn'g.man, aad whatever cf good then
was in him was owing in a great measure to
the encouragement he had. received here. He
had been frequently honored by their confi
dence, not only as a lawyer before the bar, but
as Repentative fcVthV Council Chambers of
the Nation. While practicing in the .courts,:
he"' h&d never betrayed their trusts, nor as. a
Represeuiativc; ' done; anything to delay the
b interests of hii constituent r He! had al
ways presenici his i views so that ho one could
doubt what they were', and to-day, by the bless
ing of Trovidcncei he would make them plain
The Governiueiit was as his tqiponent had
said, in the hands of two parties, and he prn
p"bscd to to look at the Democratic party first.
It was hot, new. Before the war "it was organ
ized under John C. Calhoun and conducted
afterwards by Jefferson Davis,his successor. He
never belonged to it didn't l'Jli3-
commencement of the war, cfETy GoveruoiNin
South, except Hicks, of Maryland, was a
ocrat Every Legilature in the seceded Siaits
iq.1 a "n.mifni t,- mninrtt.v'' Hn then rp!ld th-
names of some of the memY n
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tion which met in iNashi' w
they were leading rebels
to enunciate principli
had thrown overboard
which was used thrc
men into. the rebel
C. Brown, a pan
vote. He then '
but I am a Rebel u
iL Then if auy ol
out of that let them hump ,.
But the Democrats ouly
kind of men in districts they are sure
the only counties in this district that
secession, John G Vaughn, the Rebel G
knocked the hind sights off of C&meiit-y .
this district they wanted some one f -
Maynard, np,matter who, the great ohjtel syis
tn "hrnt. rvnard." - So thev not up a c
They wanted a uniform or plattorm
Ail worK . ana . business suspenat J -V rat would all bo taid off iirl5 ' vear?
ic enninc Vi.firarn ti T?riiVHr' T 1IPT!1 hi i !- ,.! ,i
Eiormcrs., , ywing. w ,in-pw ouaoi?, ana aid it iu the income tax
uniform is made of cloth, aud diaigu.le-Yi.iir
army. A piatiorm is oi paper, auu uisu.i
guishes a party. That's the only difference in
getting up a uniform. John C. Vaughn, laV
rebel General, furnished his old overcoat that
be had in the celebrated "brimstone cam
paign." Cheers. The hole in the shirt that
he wore while seated on the saddle watching
the houses and barns of Union men burn, was
patched with a piece of red flannel, from Mrs.
Davis' petticoat, the same that Jeff had on
when captured. Cheers. The hat was one
with a goose feather in it that the 'rcbs. threw
away, when they skedaddled at tho time that
Burnside crossed the mountains. My friend,
Col. Byrd, furnished the boots. Dave Nelson
the spurs, and a gentleman from Fishing Creek
the 6Word, which he brought away all right,
except that the blade was gone. They wanted
some one to wear the uniform. . Byrd got up
and said tho boots fitted him and he'd wear it,
but some one asked "didn't you wear them
at Mill Spring?" "Yes!" "We seen them a
little too often, you wont do." Dave T-'- -thought
the spurs would fit him, but
""We have felt them, we can't take
they took my friend Col. Blizzard,
don't like the uniform, and d'
my friends in such company
of Mr. Blizzard's antecc
He said he was in favor of r,
1st Union men who became invoi
rebellion, and instanced Mr. "NYiseaer,.
plained in what way he was connected
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2d. That class who were rebels but turned
over and Joined the lUnion army. ; ' . ,
3d. Men who were rebels until the close of
the war, but who took hold t honestly and earn
estly, and in'good faith to sustain the Govern
ment He was opposed to those who are rebels
now.likc John C. Brown, the paroled rebel Gen
eral, who, in his speech at Knoxville 6aid he
loved tho Union. He hac it as a wolf loves
sheep, or a fox young gecsc. , f
Those who hang out pictures' of leading rebel
Generals, but never think of allowing one of a
Union man to be seen in their bouses. When
Admiral Farragut, a Tennessccan, born and
raised in our own district, and as brave a man
and gallant an officer as the world ever saw,
died, there were none except a few Union men
to do him honor. Yet,' when Gen. Lee died, the
bells were tolled all overthe South, and what has
he done but to try to overthrow the Govern
ment? I desire to say nolhing'against him, now
that he is dead, but pimply cite him to show the
strong feeling existing among the reb-TkJf4he
South. -" J
Since tho Democratic part 3' had gained co-
trol here they had swept away the school law'
the immigration law, and put a clause in tl '
Constitution requiring men to pay foll-tVt 1
fore voting. '." . '
Mr. Bhzard had requested hjnj t4say thr
B corning, October 20; wo.
; ;-j didn't vote for thatT , He wa3 so?ry his friend
Uid not lciive his name off the Constitution like
V. fctiiley. The National debt was a legacy of
rebellion. Hie Democratic party did not
J)oo to pay H at all. By the act to cay the
fj in gold ttojiriceof Sold bad been brought
4 h i.io. Ueneral Grant bad paid offdur-
imiuiatratiou. $178,000,000 of the debt.
M.r. Blizard says Ihcrc is so much
Orfiaue in tho National banks, why
h men invest? There is a half
o this district They arc the
issued "United StaU'S be
was tho old
- ' yjy: -
. earth will rise aprain
.s of God are hers."
.jiany claims ofUnion men have
.n re v. er': ?! beinj jaid. ITe
, river improvements it was the old
joctrine. Congress had already apjro-t
a 1:10,000 for the Tennessee, river, Th
"publican party had done more fir Ent Ttn
;ec than any partj-. East Tennessee pavs
less ihan $150,000 tax, while the United States
pays ut $500,000 for pensions, winch, together
with jxmntics, &c, makes us receive four dol
lars f$r every one wo pay the United States. Ho
spoke, of the whisky law. Before the war tho
only pbject with the Democratic ' party was to
trade n slaves, now it seemed from the talk
randeSof it"- it was to distil whisky, and, perhaps,
to cnjiy is forever. If a tax was levied it must
be eniLAl. This district only paid $6,000 on
liquoyrhile the first and third paid $12,000,
anddo the whisky under the law. lie said
th the Government was carried on cheaper to
day, man for man, than it had been done for
thirty years, and he could show tho figures to
prove it He was glad Mr. Blizard' s remarks
had given him a chance to make some explana
tions. He would first speak of the Massachu
setts claims. It has always been the aim of the
Democratic party here to try to make that State
odious, thinking thereby to injure him. The
ditto -in. question that was for money honestly
paid out in 1812 was paid in 1870, over fifty
vcars ufUrirard. It took time to iret claims
paid, and it required great care to prevent pay
- in" "" nes- ,As l W!ls
vecn able to pre
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us sonic of the worst
present claims and get
was wil known.
defeat of Schenck, h
I, and was glad his ppo
Schenck lives in a Deni-
ble by his popularity to
'ontv. In that district
'1 ia tome way the
. tour opponent, in
ghn and Cleinciitoii
. back while he va di
fzard. If he could get them
e-could gut a s'njJit at them
's opoueuts were oppo.-cd
manufactures. Ho was
-t endorsed by our frc
. - -.cy passed a bill for that
a4 an example of how much benefit
it is to the couutry he cited the iron interests of
Tennessee, and referred particularly to Rock-
. t.n nt
,I.VA - lull X. V v U VII V VUI V.IIIH1VIIL, hum '
more benefit to this county as a market than
both Knoxville and Nashville. He said the
gentleman's remarks about the appropriations
for the river above Chattannooga were not per
tinent That work had been commenced on the
principal obstructions, and as soon as they were
removed those above would soon give way. In
building a house a man commences at the foun
dation, and until that was done no one was fool
ish enough to ask why he did not put up the
The speaking was conducted with the greatest
courtesy on both sides, much to the satisfaction
of alL Every one seemed to appreciate Mr.
Blizard's honesty, and good intentions, but
could not fail to be impressed with the fact, that
if the Democratic party expect to ever beat Mr.
Maynard, they must secure a much stronger
man than Col. Blizard. OldRoane will be "on
haiut ' at the election, and will give Mr. May
nard four hundred and fifty majority.
"-tate Sunday-School Contention.
fe Sunday-school convention will be
city of Nashville, commencing on
mher next, at 10 o'clock a. m.
:;d and expected from all the
'11 denominations in the
- in great good,
nd distinction are also ex
whose presence will add to
ive Committeee are making ar
to make the occasion pleasant profit
.istructive to all wh may attend, and
ycbrdial invitation to all Sunday-snools
to send delegates.
Arrangements have been made by the Re
ception Committee for the entertainment of all
delegates during the sitting of the convention,
and each delegate will be passed ovei the differ
ent railroads for one fare, upon presenting his
credentials at the railroad ticket office at home.
Delegates, upon their arrival, will please report
to the Reception Committee, at the lecture room
of the First rresbytorian Church, corner Sum
mer and Church Streets.
All newspapers friendly to the cause are re
quested to give this an insertion.
Bv order of the Executive Committee.
J W. H. Pohlmas, Chim'n.
T WILL, ON TUESDAY, THE EIGHTH .DAY OF
JL November. 1870, open and hol-1 n election in U
tho Civil Districts of Knox county, Tennessee, at the
nlaces of voting established by law, for the purpose of
votinr for a Governor for the State, a Mate benator
from the counties of Knox and Roane, a I loater from
theeunties of Knox and Sevier, and a Representative
for the next General Assembly of Tennessee from Knox
county; and also, npon a proposition lor Knox eounty
t take noxkfor the construction of a bridge across tne
''n rivcrS-at- Knoxville. to the amount of fifty
d dollars ($50,000 00). Those voting for the
' U1 have on their ;tickeU. "Subscription ; ' and
'tinBWtainst the bridge will have on their lick-
ttiiPtion '" .. V. F. GOSSETT. Sheriff.
to the Ormn.yci.E j.h office
R. S. PAYNE & CO;,
lirOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the Merchants of
EAST 'TENNESSEE V ; .
That we are-receiving 'and opening our
Having gotten it up in July, before the ait-!
vance causea oy uie roreign vw. v un
tins advantage, anu with a stocR -
Doubly a3 Large
As-in former sea.'ioni', we are prepared to!
offer - ' . , " . !
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. ; I
bur Stock was manufacturnl under the
supenision of MR. McNULTY, our New
York partner, specially for the trade ot
tnis section; conipnsiug in the .
Boot 5 Shoe Department
100 C-ues Fall Stock Heavy Brogans.
150 Cases Gents' Full Stock
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100 Cases Gents' Heavy Calf Boots. . : j
JOO Cae Women's Staple Fcgged Work. ' i j
100 Ca.e Women's Fine Sewed Woik.
100 Cases Gents' Balmorals, Ac, pegged and
Misses, B03-S and Children's Boots and Slwcf
in great variety. ,
Wc also have the very finest work for our j
Fine French Lamoin Calf Boots for
Gents. Fine French Lamoin Calf Roots foi
l'aris Medal Button and Lace Boots tor
Kings & .Miles' Philadelphia work for Ladies
--trmn-j-s rM.Misnnoii mitt . (i).-r lm; l inlus
II A T S .
Our Stock of Men', and Boys Fur and W
Hats will he larger than ever, embracing
ALL THE XEN STYLES
As fa?t as they come out through tho whole sea
son. iii same will be carried out m our
Ladies1 Hat Department
For which wo have un extensive patron-ice,
nM . . -at .. . C7-
mis uepanmeni win emurace an tnc styles in
VELVET, riLllf STRAW, Ere.
Furs! Furs!! Furs!!!
500 Setts Ladies'
Furs of the latest patterns.
A very larsre and complete stock, cmbracine
all Nos. from 4 to CO.
Silk Velvets, all colors. Patent Velvet, all
-r 11 . . l
colors, cotton v civet, an coior.
A large and varied ttock, of direct iu 1 port a-
tipn. . s
Trunks and Vnlises,1
(Jent's Sole Leather, Ladies' Saratoga,
other Trunks and V abacs.
on hand for the Fall
"VW r thn cnlv A cents for Tennessee for J.
H. LENEARD S GLOVE FACTORY, Glov
crsville, N. Y. Will have on hand during the
Winter, Gent's Genuine Buck and Sheep Gaunt
lets, Gloves and Mittens, Ladies' and Genti'
Fur-t"p Kid Glove, etc.
We cordially invite the attention of Knox
ville Merchants to our , .
Before going East, as wc will endeavor to k p
a stock equal to any house in the State, and be
lieving we cjftf sell them Goods as low a the
same canb l;oddown from New City, -j
aiigQ-43m. '' " ' - - . - .
For Sale. J
)tl ACRF OF LAND ON THE RlITLtlxiE
U'- Turnpike, '&i miles from the eoun houe.
Terms liUcTll. ap 13-tf P. 11. CARD WELL.
irrr l'r;r 'To '
K iioxviile. -Tennessee.
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T Qt'iS' I DAYTD RESt?Jrt flit , INFORMS
1J the publie that be is ready at all times, a4
short notice, to furnk-h. wboleMJe or retail,
BREAD; CAKES; CRACKERS,
De ha m hia tmrloy.the f lteLUbU anlexM-
HI'nANl RdIimku.1 Anf4in V-ml rl- . . mmmiA
in nrini thtt h enn satisfy
7 tomT5.i. aa tx
Cis".ni-5es, he oTers
m trntuy-B pifee-wr
GREAT . INDUCMKNTS.,.
He pa j? particular at tent ion to th e manu ficturu-if iha
Best Cyp-ckers 10
and constantly ftrxitAt" .Ial'r fresh, ia larae er
arc naile uf the pumt Sit rs. aad ran beld art prices
as low nssny oiner rMHuiiauincni-jn iue cii- or piaie.
Pttttrw, i'amiliw, Fntral Pie Nir frnvd wh
Ice Cream, Cakes" anci CancHer
" r. i v . . ... . .' '..
at short notice and on reasonable, term. Tie inrutfa
the attention of country artad cttr dealers te steek, ma
above detailed, and urges upon them to call aad a
amine his establishment before purchacinc elsewhere.
Soda Water and Ice Cream
always for wife, and of the tei j-Tity.! J S cii
ixmcincuiber tne fctana. n .. . ,
' i.omi.ivii, '
iuljt-dtt . . . r: vi.Jw Umy HtTU
1 no Work.
ALL .KINDS OF CABI-
"W: ouil Turning, .
Ripping and Scroll Sawing,
Al JlUUtKAIB VlUttS.
yiv. AL1KEI) HOWES will have charge of the
Cabinet iH-partiuent, which is a sufficient vuaraatee
that person ordering Furniture will ret nothtar bat
first-clns work. The patronage of the eitiiens of
Knoxville and vicinity is rw iectfuUy rlicited.
It-l. rders from any point on ibe railroads leading
out of Knoxville will le iTomiKly attended ta. Give
nit-ji call. . . . ' cept,4-im
NO STEPS TO CLIMB!!!
OnIIery of Fine Arts !
liai removed to
Xo. ! UAl STREET,
(Opposite to the Express Office. )
Call aud examine the fine dLmlav of Pi-tn- .J
Cr mos, and the largest asiortmcnt of Frame erer
broiuht to Knoxville. et.Vtt
Manufactarer or (Igars -: '
.' 'And Dealer in .'.
Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes. '
MANUFACTURE" 31 Y OWN CIGARS - FROM
bet leaf, well cured. Oond selection of Pioea nf
every kind, and Smoking Tobaccos of all best brawls.
Store tiny Klreet, Knoxville Tenau
Br. John IV. Paxton, .
TESPEClFULLY OJFJiRSJim SERVICKSTO
II the citizens of Knoxville. and vieinitr. wititoat
dibtimtion of party, feet or color, in all bkaxom er
HIS rKOi'SSK)M. , ,
His fees shall be an moderate as those of rr fMimfi.
ble physician.' '; i --
-RESIDENCE Church Stbket. Hrrosn Tiaow. rami
Crook kd trkkt. where he can always keftuo-Laalers
Droiesaiouaiiy aosent. - ralvn-4Awt
JtlTERSOX COIXTI CO CRT.
'II E INSOLVliNOY . .OF : TUB . ESTATI . OF
William A. Scully, deceased, havino- hmn rarrt.
el by Robert W. Pierce. Administrator ef said emate:
It is therere ordered by this Court that publication
be made for fonr consecutive weeks in the Knoxville
Chronicle, a newspaper published in th city of Kaox-
an,i ,- i ..... ,,-.-i uo-u tuaaaia county
leflerson. ijotifyinr tbe ercditen of saui m.uiu
thoir claiirui with the Clerk of said County Court, daly
authenticated as required by law. on or before the 15th
i.iy oi rc'iruarj-, i.-n, or uiey wnr oe inercitW MTRu.
. iiurr uuui iuc rnvna. J.epi:
. JAMES M. NICHOLSON, Clerk.
nr.i-w lt2l Hy jhi. R. H.lb. Deputy Clerk.
rpiIK PARTNERSHIP 1IERET0F0RE BXI3T
X 1N( between Juthrie k Matthews, as Drv Owl.
Merchants, a Ten-Mile-f tand, Tennessee, fa this day
dusolved by mutual consent, and E. II. Matthews, the
junior member of said firm, will rnntinm. ;n k;.-
and wind up tho burfiaeM of said firm. Xhia 10th Oeol
bcr. JOSEPIT TTHBTsr
eetla-w;fa J -? .-.; -j ? E. It. MATTnEWgT?
Marstiarti sales. r 2 ln'Ai
Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SA.E' H9SCn
JJ by the District Judire of the. United. kit-- ..j
to me directed, I will seU W eaah. at th W.i.
house of Ci-ffia k Martin, in KxvU( Tet.eve.
the th day of October. 1370. two eoniwr tin s.v
caps and worms; seized as the property ot Sa-aTziaat
on tbe lltli day of June,-70. This Oetober 14th. IffW
3larslial Sale, ,.,; :n:i
BY VIRILE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED BY
the United States District Court nrk .!iT.
directed, I will sell fur eash. at tha. oaurthni-
KnoxvvJl. Icnncssee. on the ljth day of otuih
next.aH A rieht. title, inttre-t, clafmTd drasnd
thai J. U 4 M. lUnwej tuw in and Co aeertsaa hooaeaad
lot situated on the ts-.tl side of fiaw ; r :n
Tennessee, and adjoinBgth property re,D..MiteheU
J. b. Ludlow and othetsuxjr occupied by J. II. Wal
ley and others; to satisfy a judgment obtained against
the eaid Ramseyda the Unitedtatef Dlstriet Caaxt for
cost in a certain confiscation can.. This October 13th
viijivfn, i. u.
. S. tf.
n ChaBferj' t'cirrt al SfTierTllIt1. Trnns.
Jehn 11: Caldwell,-Ad irnnistT-ter -fit. II. Hodsden
dcceaHel. v. Tbe, ;Wdow, Heics atxl Creditori of r!
II. IlmLHien. " -
f N OBEDIENCE TO AN ORDER MADE AT THE
I October term. 1870,flhe Chancery Court at R
vicrvuie u the above cause: ,-NtKe hrbv, fiTn
tn all the creditors of the estate of 11. Hodsden to
file their ciaims whh-the Clerk and Masterof tbiaCoart
on or before the first day of March, ls71. properly-an-thnticated,erthcy
willb fiireter' barred. Tha lhh
day of October. ISTO. Tjt . . ,