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For 6 months. t,l"lv' "
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aMZruin fn X-onitf a)tdidaft&. or
tiwCfcr a pergonal nature will be charged for tts ad-
fc,. rft tJlUOWTO BEMIT. : . :; i
Money eent to us is registered letters, hy Express,
frrepeid,:or by Fostoffiee orders, will be at our rtek
gthenrise at therlak -of the Bender." (;-! 7,.';'. . '
Jhiisn'vti THE. XEWS. .: ' "
" "eTBxlcD'i 'special invitation to our frienda to send
tt brief and pointed letter. riving items of interest in
jtaeir several localitiea. , We desire to bare something
oflocal interest in every isene for our East Tennessee
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xVllCETO COKKESPOSDEA TS. '
' Communications upon subjects of public interest will
always be acceptable, , The name of the writer will be
Jeittiied in each case, not for publication, but as a guar
antee or good faith and for our own protection. . .
Z.Tb.B publkhers will reserve to themselves the privi
lege or rejecting such articles as they may deem ohjeo-
tionuHla Knt 4? HnnMtml will AnwtrVC and rCtUITl Te-
WWUWW.V. .vwvvm, ..... . ' .
iOBedriaerijta . CoMmninatioae upoa-jnattej f
pnbhc uitereet will be published when we nave tne
spae for them. If they are not objectionable, but we do
not wish to be understood thereby as always endorsing
wbal Uiey ron
risking Ticieto for the Xevember
Eletiot, should send their orders as seen a? possi
lfclJChcyTf ill be printed in the '
"PEST :STYLB and at LOW RATES
V CHRONICLE JOB OFFIC E.
.jrSfend in your Orders. . , -
.UAppoitmet for Speaking.
tria fnlinwinir nYmointments for
speaking for our candidates for Senator, W. B.
Stagey, Esq-,' and for Floater, Gen. Joseph A.
Cooper?- .-' ;u.:t L. ,;.. .-..
"TLoj-b. GroTC, Thursday October 20th. '
Graveetown, JPriday Octoher 21st
: Oarapbell Station, Monday October 24th. -
- i - Ch'n County Ex. Com.
'si til '. ' - ,
BiieaKrs-A Blixaxd and UonHorac ilay
nard, Democratic, and Eepuhlican candidates
for Cpigfciin" the 2d. Dieixicj of Tennessee,
will address their fellow-citizens at the following
Aioiesaad plucai reepectively, -
Kingston, Roane co., Tuesday, Oct 18.
-Montgomery, Morgan co., Thursday, Oct 20.
Knoxville, Saturday, Oct 22.
.; Maryville, Monday, Oct 24.
- Athens, Wednesday, Oct 20.
Cleveland, Thursday, Oct 27.
'"""SleeliHswr the ExerntlTe Ouamitter.
'TThc Republican Executine Committee, for
Kjaaxsbuntyi tit requested to meet me at the
Chromcli ffice on Saturday at 10 o'clock, a. m.
a '..'.'''" : - - -Wm. Rule, Chm.n.
; . Assanlted.
-Sight before last HVm. Homer was assaulted
and choked in a most cruel manner.
Jyhu Ji'Hudiburg received yesterday a lot of
theinedt;9Mgacnrd -Hams and Dried Beef ever
brought to this city. Go and get a supply bc
foTetyar TaTT gone.' '
". Sawaaah Oysters.
The freshet in Virginia has prevented our
cyster dealers from furnishing real fresh oysters
but this has been remedied as fully as possible
MfXick Eifler, at the St Nicholas. He gets his
iaidVweef Mr. Eifler kuowshow to serve them
up. too, in the best style.
"-"f- Post OfBee Matters.
- For the quarter ending September 30, 1870,
the stamps and envelopes sold during that time
iueuAt6tL.lo .-$2,798.68. The whole number
of letters received for delivery during the last
;wsek!or ji? quarter 5,6ftl 5Value cf etamps can
celed during the last week of the quarter $187.
.KejB,jajjeiunibcr of letters receired for de
livery per month, 25,000. During the month
f August, 1870, the value of stamps and eurel
'Cpes."; sold , was $1,06L71, being the highest
,'amount sold in any one month, during the past
; tlghtecn months.
s rs . Fire insnrtiiie Aa;enry.
.;iVe .-are prepared to take risks throughout
East Tennessee, Goods in 6tore insured at fair
-rates., i Particular attention given to dwelling
'Tjouse risks in and out of the city. On dwell
ings ikree times one year's rate will insure for
tjipf years, and double one years rate will insure
foT4hree years- "We represent none but first
Tttlass Companies, and rates as low as can be had
i?i tellable Companies.
. MlT2f60X & Bailxt,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
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Anderson County CoaI.
The KnbifiDe Iron Company are now pre
pared b deliTer th e very est Lh m p Cb I, fo
family use fresh screened every day.
The scrip issued to the employees of the com-
rders for less than 10 bushels will b delivered
, fre'v N orders will be filled, unless accompa-''-ftitdVith
the money or scrip except from per--ns
with whom the Company has exchanged
Office and Yard at the Rolling Milk
Orders received at Chamberlain & Albers, Old
Drugstore, Gay Street, and at Albers & Co.'s
Drug Store, Market Square.
CfftiT T rc-" delivered promptly. - j
oct20dtf. r Kkoiville Irox Compaxt !
till J -XnrUr Vast's Body ra !.'
Last week the body of Bud Russell, who disi
nnitW last June, was discovered. . lie was ideni
'lifiediv i his-clothes and suspicion strongly
fcomtsto Jim "Winkler, a brakesman on the Wi
i X & C Raaroad, and 6tep have been taken ti
8cqure i.s arrest,, if he has not already been s4
cured. . .
sHehid been shot through the head with
pjfitoltball, shewing that he had been ai
pro&chcd from behind and murdered ia a cowt
jrdly Jnnixen i Russell had gene ut ith Win'
Udei lohwthe latter fi&ld-bf wheat p'nd' wti
known to have about eighteen dollars with himj
and it o?4ifc d'al the Unfortunate-man was muri
deredfor the pitiful, amount His body wal
then concealed. and the jmuxderer then with
lendisU coolness sold the crop of wheat, andhai
jursued his daily avocations without any com j
punctions of conscience. It is to be hoped tha
jj'gullt' established he may be brought to
'ft'punishmcnt . V. 'j
time between Gains
Mynatt and his wifo because off which they
have beeu ieiafatc'd,,,flewe, living during the
separation with her mother. Legal proceedings
for a divorce in the mean time have1 been Insti
tuted by the wjfe.j Itj appear, hat jou jaionday
Gains Mjralt in company with the deceased
(his bro'tiipr vent tlhhbiief 'Mrs. Myer in
search of Mrs.tMynat, f They had been there
once before, but failed to find her. The latter
wad- fouhoY after forcing an entrance into the
house, and in the absence of her friends was
madejo accompany her fformcr husbaicj. On
finding giidiliatleeiuthustakeij pfi", vie
brother of Mrs. Mynat, and others of her friends,
some seven in number, started in pursuit On
reaching 'Squire Sharps ' house they found tho
captors and captive had not yet arrived. They
waited tpr them a short tjmo, amlm their com
ing up, bnd of the party' of the 'pSirsuers fired.
The ball entered the side of Clay Mynatt and
killed hini iHtantly. . Th.e same ball first grazed
thoharid ef Gams Mynatt, who fled and has nJt
since been seen. Mrs. Mynatt was taken back
by her friends to her home.
A warrant was issued at once for the arrest of
the pursuingj parties by,, "ViUiaiu. . Sharp and
Matt Peters, IMagiatrates in Union county. No
arrests have yet been made, but we are inform
ed tlic parties propose jnakin dicir'appeafance
and standing trial,1 relying upon the facta' and
circumstances of the whole case to vindicate
taem.f.:f ;.' Jvhr ilitnitl!".
Between seven and eight o'clock yesterday
morning,a fire broke out in North Knoxville on
Clark street, resulting in the total desiruction qf
a hoiico occupied by 3f r. Wdl Elmore and the
partial destruction of the one adjoining, occu
pied by Nelson. Mynatt, Esq..,, as a boarding
The fire originated from a defective flue and
spread sor apily,. Jhat it wa,3 impossible to
sar Mr. JR's heijse.' The fire eompatiei were
promptly on the ground, and worked faithfully,
as in fact the firemen always do, .though the
steam cnginevliiXnbt'got fo Work p joen as it
ought. The tatWary1 engine ntr the1 car shop
did eflicient service, as did also the Hook and
Ladder Company. .-; i SI
. Tho hoscmcji C one of the colored compa
nies went into the work of quenching the
flames, climbing. oiij the roof and putting the
nozzle ainiost into the bl .c.'Ji ' f 1 ' '
Mr. John Maxcy had one of his eyes severely
injured, receiving the stream of one of the
nozzles full in his face.
Mr. 31. S. "Wild, foreman of the Hook and
Ladder Company, was seriously injured by a
stroke from one of the hooks, and had to be
anveyod eome. j ' ; j J '.J j
A Uaugfr that Threatens All.
"We have had within the last ten days three
fires and no one t?itn tell hovmany more threat
en us. "Winter is approaching, the dangers
multiply and the only safety lies in property
holders insuring in good, reliable Insurance
Companies. It is attended with some expense
as a matter of course,' but the experienee'of the
best business men tbe world over is tliat money
spent fur insurance against Ivusrs b; jire is the
safest investment made.
"We respectfully invite attention to claims of
the several .companies advertised lui another
place for which' Ma j". T. S. "Webb is agent. They
are all reliable corporations and pay promptly.
Two of thciu sustained heavy losses in the lire
of March 9th, 18G0, when .Messr Kayl & Boyd,
Capt. 11. M. Bearden, Messrs. G. M. "White &
Son, and others were burned out. The losses to
all these parties were promptly paid, as they
will certify, "We advise all property owners to
profit by their experience and insure at once in
some one of the companies for which Mr. "Webb
is agent. His office is on Gay street, over Coff
man & Atkins store.
The Circuit Court convened j esterday, Hon.
E. T. Hall" la-esiding. The following are the
Atto Henzie vs J M Daily; verdict and judg
ment for plaintiff for $-50 00 ; defendant enters
motion for a new trial.
JARaylvsWC Kain and Malinda Mor
row. Administratrix, &c; judgment by motion
heretofore entered set aside, motion retained
and a jury of inquiry awarded as toruntyship.'
btoneburner A: Richards vs v H and 3Lny
Sturm ; defendants ask leave to amend petitionj
which was refused. ' " 1 ' ' : 4
II D C Mynatt vs John Robertson ct als ; deJ
fendant Nelson Mynatt, by attorney, enters mo
tion for a new trial. i
Levi Mc Cloud ys J AOgg; argument of tho
defendant's demurrer to the declaration contin-i
ued until the next term of the court . , i i
"William Petty vs Milo MeBee; jury nonsuit
and a motion to set the same aside. j
AV T Osborn v.s J II McMillan ; papers sup-
II C Guntlock vs Robert Craighead and A A
Barnes; D Sevier, C & 31, vs A Knott, 2causcs
continued bv consent. . ....
Itutus UOins VS J il Jic.nfii!tii;"riiir im m
terms of compromise. " j
John 15ean vs Horace xo.-ter; continued on
affidavit of the
c defendant on the jiayiacntnpf
costs of term. V 5 j i i
T J "Williams & I) O Beebe vs J A Goddard
continued byTbnsent. ' ' - ' ' '
Snpreuie Court Proceedings.
The following are the proceedings of the Sui
prcmcCpurtyesterday: 7 ,
McDowell, MeGaughey & Co., vs J and 3
Keller, administrators, &c ; reversed. I
Upon the bench, Chief Justice 'Nicholson
Judges Turncy,' Freeman', -Nelson and special
Judge J T Shields" presiding; A 1 . . i
J M Harrison vs H A Farnsworth et al, and
A Koontz adm'r, &c,: vs H A Farnsworth et al
and J. MilarrisAiBo.Tf AiKqostz, adm'r & j
motion to dismiss appeal disallowed. j
" Upon the bench Judges Nicholson, Freeman
and W H;Ge3Jt5H5V tffitf ct al, and II
M Churchwell and E Dewey, parties defendi
ants. suggct((HUnd provfaw ,.,
I - ;
"Will 3Ir. McGha ccune out aaid let Uie pub
lie know wethofrJit5he4wJU-rort thi
HonwHoviceOMaJHard W OdBgVesi ani
fwerjuetween this and Friday will begrftfulli
Turner. a,nd, pecial( Judges J T Shields, Jind
RoH MFaranu. ft I ( L I 1 1
R N McGarish andjvifo vs M SLDewev et nl:
:-Ciest purchase ro
laslaken place this season. "W
derstand the above came from Hawkins, ,
son, (flfubornj? andVasbipgtoa couni-j
General Manej-, President of the Ten
and Pacific Railroad Company, is in
The General deserves credit for tho mam
which he has overcome difficulties and
forward the work on his road. The cars
run to Lebanon, and ifthe meansjwere pi
his disposal, "tEcy Would soon run to Kno .
Djv J FiKrous, of Carter's Depot, late
Knf xville is in town.
m -. y .ti : -
Insure against Fire, and do it fioto. It miry
be too late to-morrow.
Etna Insurance Company of Hartford, a
sets, $5,744,378 66. '
Continental Insurance Company, of the
of New York, asscU $2,503,790 64.
xru ' v.Z T,.-i" n,,' S
North American Fire Insurance Conutl
of the City of New York,, assets, $776,377 l'
Georgia Home Insurance Company, ' o,'
lumbus, Gx, assets, $494,164 16.;:,' J
The Agent at Knoxville personal1"
mends these Companies to the
solvent, prompt and reliable.
load of the most imprc
stoves, both for wood and
is money earned. Call and
Oil the 3d inst., at Maynardsvillc, Ten'
fayette U., infant son of Dr. R. J. and C. C
aged 2 years 10 months and 9 days. Died withj
croup-. s, , j j ;: u n u
I have this day disposed of my interest in the
Chronicle office to A. J. Ricks, who has been
oditorially connected with the paper since the
first number was issued. This change has been
made because my official and business re
lations demand my entire time. The transfer is
a business transaction, made under circum
stances satisfactory to all concerned.
The outstanding accounts and liabilities of the
office will be settled by the new firm.
In severing my connection with the Chrom
CLB,;I aVk for it the continued support of all its
patrons, and particularly of those who have
been interested in its success because of person
al regard for me. H. C. Taravater.
Kxoxville, Texx., Oct 10th, 1870.
The publication of the Chronicle will be
continued by the undersigned, under the firm
name and style of Rule & Kicks.
The editorial department will be conducted
in tho future, as it has been heretofore, by the
new proprietors. The change in tho business
department will, therefore, make no change in
the control or management of the paper. - -.
"vk. J. R'
: California (irar
The first lot ever received
sale cheap by - oct 15-t
The best and frc,
Send your produce to" Wu I
' ' McGhce's Block,' Gay'
For ReHt -
Offices in second story cf the ExcU
Deposit Bank building. Possession give'n
the 1st of October. Apply at the Bank.
A well arranged brick house, conveniently fiifcj,.
uated on Jacksboro' street, North Knoxville
Good well in the yard. Inquire at
sept9-tf ; ' ; . Osborn & Powell's.
John Scherf has fine fresh Oysters from Nor
folk whih come packed in ice. Received fresh
ever day 75 cts. per can. sept23tf-
"Will fiud it to their interest to trade with
"Wilson & Co,,
McGhec's Block, Gay St, Knoxville,
Octoberll tf. ;
J'v5ew Houses. '
There are many new buildings goiug up in
various parts of the city, some of them a great
credit to the builders, and an ornament to the
Knoxville Iron Company's Scrip, in payment
for all kinds of groceries, at cash prices, at
John L. Httdibvro's,
Temple's Block, "West side Market Square. '
A man who cannot afford to adver"
afford to do business. A murch"
truly that a person investing
kind of bushresi, should ?peir
tiin' tht l'lsine'L .
"We would inform the far
ncssee, that among our assortniS
ral implements, which is very exte.
found the "Farmer's Favorite," which
satisfaction wherever used.
All persons indebted to me for taxes past du
who reside in the 1st district of Knox county,
will please call and settle within the next six
days. After this time they will find them in the
hands of Luke "Wilds, who will have orders to
collect immediately, by distraint, or otherwise;
without regard to the position, condition or j 'ecl
in7ofanvone. H. C. Tarwater,
oct 15-2t - Late Tax Collector, Knox tountjt
For Knoxvillo District, Jtf. E. Church. ; ; . ;
J Knox Circuit Fountain Head, Oct 2223. I
Campbell's Station Beaver Ridge, Oct. 20-
Clinton CirCUit-LeinheartsXov. 56,
Jacksboro' 'Circuit Pearnc : Chapel, ' Xov.
12 13." Vi-1 ' . .v . .-'ii
i Seveirville Circuit Haskens, Nov. 1920.
,;. Gravestown Mt Pleasant, Nov. 2GV27.
Dandridge and New Market, Dec. Z 4. '
North Knoxville, Dec. 1011. ; ,', :S
Strawberry Plains Circuit, Dec. 17 18.
i Knoxville Station, Deo 242? f y
' Little River Circuit New Salermf'Dec. 31. y
h District steward's 'meeting in Knoxs"
Thursday, Oct, 20th, at the M. E. Chur'
! . .. ' . - Jxo. F. Sfe,.,'
IltVJEICKjaD & MIOTKE.
the citizens of Knoxville
ifiity, tht they have opened a first class
yant Tailoring establishment on Cumber
jstfeet, opposite' the Lamar House. They
Mfully solicit a share of the public patron
hd guarantee that their work wifl give the
st satisfaction, as they are both practical,
5- of many years' experience, having
V?d in some of the largest establishments in
Country and Europe. A good assortment
fhe latest styles and patterns of Cloths, Cas-!
jres and Vestings, will always be found at
t establishment. Octl2 dim
';aqnel fc Fillet, Harfeet Soaare. .1
,.Cuquel,of the above firnvhas iust returned
h the east, and brought with him rtheV. finest
as ever befor
taste for cutting has long been acknowl-
and those who will give them a call will
m the fine selection of Cloths, Cassi
ses, Suitings, Chinchillas, Vestings, &c, their
fi0,c,ail?ot!i "celled. Therefore they in-
.? all who wish fine clothes and good fiu to
on them, for they feel confident of giviag
g, who have so long been trouble
' complaint, should not de
er words of comfort. You
n be snatched from the
prostrated and para
You can regain your
rcngth and bo'.'.yan-i
d not,' be cheerful; a
pared by experienced
or just such diseases as
profession aro using and
-iedy with much success, we
,illing your attention to it. It
recommened, and we earnestly
. ering females to use this great fe
.iicine at once. We allude to the
- .English Female Bitters," advertised in an
other column. - , . . . , 5 r - oct4 1m.
. Saddle and Harness Emporium.
The undersigned having established himself
in the manufacture of Harness and Saddles of
every description, offers to the merchants and
farmers oC "Tennessee and the South the very
best article of goods in his line, all homo made
and warranted superior to the general run of
Eastern made goods, while the prices as as low
and in some cases lower, that the same goods
can be bought at in the East. Employing none
but first-class, skilled workmen, we acknowledge
no . superior manufactures. Orders from any
locality will receive prompt and careful atten
tion and bo filled with dispatch at "satisfactory
prices. I solicit a trial, and know that none
who favor mo with an order will have cause to
complain either in regard to prices or the qual
ity of the goods. ,
aH27-tr. Tuos. O" Conner.
mi HID Y& MORROW,
, VIKEB3 AJT1 DEALEH3 IN
tER'S BITUMINOUS 'COAL
T7 0 0D.
43 JIDERS ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.-t
and WqoI delivered iu auy part of
uie city. .
. ., Office at the Store of J. F SCOTT.
S2 Gay Street, KXOIVILLE, TESX.
Chancery Sale of Real Estate.
Minerva IIame administratrix, .vc, vs. Th Widow,
heirs and creditors of AVilliaoi II. Underwood, de
IN OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE OF THE CHAN
CERY Court at Cleveland, Tennessee, pronounced
in the above stated cause at the August Term, 1870: I
will, on the 21st day of November. 1870. Bell to the
hiehest bidder on the premises, in bar of the equity of
redemption, the following described lot in the city of
i-noxvuie, lennessee.to-wit: Fronting on Depot street
25 feet ane running back 1404 feet, lying north of and
adjoining Lot No. 12, as hud down in the plan of the
city ey eneea, Kinr & co.
Tebms : Bix months credit will be given, the
scr executing his note wtth sufficient security,
interest from date, and a lien will be retained on the
lot for the payment of the purchase money. -
oct 19-wft A. J. WHITE, C. A M.
: Chancery Court at HaynardYille.
OCTOBER RULES, 1870. AMENDED BILL,
Allen Ilurst and John Sharp vs. Lemuel Sissons, and
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO THE CLERK
JL and Master from the allegations of, and affidavit to,
the amended bill filed in this cause, that tbe defend.
- ' el Sisson and the Southern Zinc Company,
"ts of the State of Tennessee, so that the
of law cannot be served unon them :
rdered that publication be made for
'eks in tne Knoxville cnromcie, a
5n the city of Knoxville, Tennes
'anti. Lemuel Sisson and the
a linear on or before the
it the Chancery Court of
ic held tor said county, at
Ic, "" '" K'"t . V"" "Y
tie y:ini- wiil betak
as cx-i i:-te
J W BRANSON. C. A- M.
atrick and others vs. Naomi Kirk
patrick and other?.
JSE THE DEFENDANTS, NAOMI
K, Fillmore Kirkpatrick. Sallie B. Kirk
ii, .riwub E. A. Kirkpatrick, and . Jeasina Kirk
patrick, being non-residents of Tennnessee, ns stated
in the.bilb It is ordered that publication be made for
four successive weeks in the Knoxville Chronicle, noti
tifying s.'.id defendants to appear before the Chancery
Court, at Clinton, on the secont Monday of November
n citi then and there to make defense to the bill, or the
sauMiTill be taken for confessed as to them, and set for
hettiBK ex-parte. W. H.WHITSON,
spiJ--wk . " vierK ana Master.
ircuit Court at Sevlerville.
PETITION FOR DR'ORCE.
Nancy Weeks vs. William Weeks.
iPPEARING FROM THE PETITION FILED
lt this COTie, that the defendant, William Weeks,
is aV-bn-resident of the State of Tennessee: It is there-
foiiirdered that publication be made for four succes-
sivt fceeks in the Knoxvil
'noivilie Chroniclo. notifying said
flV lantto appear before the Jadg of the Circuit
Co: f, at a Court to be held for the county of Sevier,
a 1 1 3 court house in Sevierville, on the third Monday
r f ; rember next, then and there to inftke defence U
tai otition, or the same will be takon as confessed,
an for hearing ex-parte. . , - - - ,
f i Q-w4t - M. W. McCOWN, Clerk! j
Ordinal Attachment and Injunction Bill.
CHANCERY C0URT-CLLT0N. . ' !
"-tsWillard Jk Allen vs. W-It-Wmard. '
. ?PPEARINa TO THE MASTER FROM THE
a" .it gations of the bill filed in this case, that the da-
t. W. Jtl. wiaia, is a non-resident ol tne fctate
.V"?ee : it is tneretore ordered tnat publication
i-KAOxvilIe Caronide for four successive
")ii W. H. Willard to appear at
be held at Clinton on the second
next, and defend said bill, or the
confessed and per, for hearing ex
,r W. U. WHITSON, C. & M.
- 4 octl2-dltw3t - ' r
THE FALL CAMPAIGN.
THE , KNOXVILLE
: f DAILY A.D
r".Thc fall campaigii is now faily opened, and in
the future as in the past, wq intend t make Uie
Kxoxville Chkoxicle a live newspaper. Our
fcolamn3 will contain matter suited to tne t;tte
of tho politician and the general reader- j
Thb Daily will . alway-.ontnui the,' lattat
telegraphic news, 'with matters of local and gen-
.UWU. Ib. t .... ....
TitE "Weekly' t: juoxiclb l - a . Xatge'-iight
pago paper, printed on now and clear type, and
contains the choicest selections from the Daily
editions, and is "especially adapted to the family
cirtle. ; It is furnished at $2 per .'annum,.; and
contains double the amount of reading found
in many papers nt the same price.' -' ;' :
. . CAMPAIGN liATES,'- i', ' "
AVe will lurnibh the .CnROMCLK t cauajiain
subscribers from now until tlie November elec
lion, at the following rates : i " .s.
'X.. -: , "'l :::
Single subscribers, each 4.......$1.00
Ckiod of Five and upwards., : , 75
' Weekly. '
SI iTgTeTu user! bersT eachTn.TT '. 25
Clubs of i iv and upTv'ardj, Atfh: 'JO
These term will enable our friends wIioAmow
'f)Ydntfiit6 and countitiwheri ! ttel VukmAme
does not circulate as fully. as it should, to send
five or ten copies for gratuitous circulation at a
small expense to thei4.T "We know of1 no better
way iu which a few dollars can be spent fSTthe
benefit of the cause. 4 .' Z
"We call upon ouj'frTeudS" erywhercand
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KnoxTllle Wholesale 3IarKcl.
Review of the Produce Market for (it week
ending October 17, 1870.
Kxoxvillk. October 10, 1870.
Trade generally is very bri.k, tfco upply uf uue ar
ticles not being equal to tho demand. Transactions in
wheat are limited for shipment, esiecir.lly sfnee the re
cent break in the railroadd in Virginia. Shipment of
apples and dried fruits nrc heavy and the supply in th e
country is not perceptibly dimintheJ.I j r t
We o.aote the range of prices: WhtVvt I il Ac. per
bushel, with a fair demand for account of Southern
mills. Purchasers will buy buy only after inspection
or by sample, as each crop must be valued upon its own
Coax Fair demand for old at 6oc., fr I read pur
poses, . 4 l ' .i
Oits Fair demand at 30a loo4r; sacked Jim depot
Flour Limited supply, with some inquiry fr hip
ment, at 2.602.75 per sack, for extra family brands.
Bacon Limited supply, and nominal local demand,
at prices ranging from ltks:18e. per pound.
Labd. in sympathy with the Western decline, U very
dull, and will close out at a decline. ' J ' i
Keathes 554i6.c. Limited demand.
Butter In demand at advanced prices. Worth Syj
25c. from wagons.
Eggs The demand is in excess of the supply, conse
quently prices are high. 2lK25c. per dozen.
Driko Fruit The trade is fairly active, with sharp
competition between buyers. Apples 3! i(.H per 1.
Peaches, halve?. 5);!'''6c.; quarters and mixed ii('!le.
Blackberries 6X7c. Pears, peeled, 8"slUc. per lt.
Irish Potatoes Assorted, with the small one left
out. arc worth 54e for iouthrit ehip"-
Green Apples If carefully gathered und well se
lected, aro worth 40(a60c. per bused. , ,
liEEP tATTi.B Jur ontcbers pay 25i.5c.,
Mutton Worth 82.UW43.00 per head.
Pork Hogs y'iGic., gross.
KnoxTille Ketail Market.
Applns dried?;4 ?B Lard. Tib
" green,..4O(q60,bn. Molasses, f gal...6XHg
Butter, 30a,35 't"l Meal, new V bus..
Bacon 18422n Oats, V bus..-
Beeswax 20T25 Vlb " ewt. 7V
Beef on hoof J2i3?H re.is tock. bus 00
Candles,? lb 25 " white, do 1.00
Coffee 2o30?tb Potatoes sweet.fbu 0k-'0
Cheese IS'f.lb Peaches diicd.f'to.n.Vu,
Cotton Yarns,? doitS1518 Ricc.Vlb . V:y$ 15
Corn, new 40350bu Sugar crushel, ?tt 1?
Chickens, each 20 30 " cxtr;i V.-.V'thfiJ 17Vj
Eggs. ?doz l.Vv20 " Pit,. 1
Flour variable..S2.503-3.50 " common.. Vll't
Fodder, ?cwt 1.09 Shucks, cwt 1.)
Hay, cwt 7.VS U0 Salt, ? fack 3.W
Hides green. i' Tea, ? V 1.2.'.2.2."
" dry lOf'O 12'a Turpentine. f gal 4.Vi 60
Codfish. W 2n Tallow.? lb 12 1
Leather, ?lh J3n$ 40 Vinegar, ? gaHO fel 60
IBy Telegraph. -
3iew York Market.
New York, Oct. IS. Cotton closed ea.-ier. Salci
35,000 bales. Uplands IoJbC. Flour Stale and Wes
tern superfine, S5.30ao.5ft; Southern firmer, fco3aC4k
common to fair extra $5.80a0X0. Whiat winter red
and Western Amber 81-Hal red and Amber South
ern 81.40. Corn declining; new mixed Western 64s0c
Beef quiet and steady; new plain niesn loaloc.; new
extra loalV. Pork, new mess SMM. Lard steady: kettle
10Kal7c. Whisky decidedly firmer: &ya'.lc. Groceriee
quiet and firm. Turpentine firmer, Sl.45Jia1.4H. Rosia
quiet, S2.00a2.05 Tallow heavy,'Jat!ic. Freights very
Louisvillic Oct 18.i-Bagging verf cpiit. SbJJOc
Flour firmer; extra family 85.25. 1 Corn .met, choice
old shelled, 85c. Provisions heavy. Pork 82.00. Bacon-shoulders
1414c.; clear sides 18,' c: r ams2oc. Lard
W4c. Whisky dull, 84a85c.
" ' tiucinnnti Jlwrket.' ' ' ' 5
Cixcixsatt. Oct. 15. Flour dull atJ tuKstiniiped;
family 85.25a5.50. Corn dull and lower; old 53c;
new 44a45c. Provisions weak an4 noBuaaL Pork
825.7526.00. Bacon 13!ic; shoulder! 17J (ca fletif ides
l?ie. Whisky quiet and unsettled,- s4,-Kftc. w j
Baltimore, Octt. 15. Flour firm and active: How
ard street superfine S5.75a6.00. Wheat steady: receipts
good. Corn. Sonthern white, f0e.-81.e0. Pvrk firmer,
827.IW. ShouUlers ll;iftl;. AThiiy fini; Sale? at W
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St. Lot is. U(VeO'?mrjrufi1Tirie wnne r'ic.
cnoice yeiiow oc. rorn quiet ana unchanged, S27.0U
Bacon Shoulders 14k:; clear sides 'J4. Larl.qqiet,
louiojc. uucy a an, oiytifaK. iiemp quiet ana un
changed. Bagging firm.
ANS0I75CEMETS. r u ,
In response to the calls which have been made upon
me through the press and otherwise, I announce my
self as a candidate to. represent Knox uiimi ty in the
next Legislature. Should you honor me with an elec
tion, I shall not only conswler it my duty, but esteem
it a privilege, to endeavor faithfully ani earn! te
rromote the public interests confided to ihv care." j
- 1 . . t . c. M. McGUEE. I
We are authorized and requested to announce Dr. J
W. WESTFR as a ranHidatn for lhi St.itp Senali- it
the ensuing November election, from, the Senatorial
District composed of Knox and Roano counties. ' ,
sept2o-dwtde. ' . I ; !
OeUias Married. 1 1
Essays for Young Men,, en Social EviLj, and the
propriety or impropriety of getting Married. , wit!
sanitary help for those who feel uafittci for watrij-
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Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, : BoV. P, pHiJai
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rpiIS';LlNrMLvr! ALTIlbCGII !BUT LATELT
X introduced in the Southwest, is having a very rood
sale and bids fair to find ita way into ma ay families.
It will be found a VALUABLE REMEDY for all dis
eases where an - -
flBStertiaI Application " :
Is required. It can be aje4 with confidence for the re
. lief and cure o .
1NFAMMAI0RY 1 RITEOL1TT3m1J ERISYPELAS.
;a BCWS CALDsJ, Jtc. ; ,
Try It au uu'wiil find it a good liniment. Price,
23 anI 50 ceula per Battle.
Sold by uterehants generalry. ' - ' -
II. O. Ii.
' Hart's Great - Relief !
rimiS REMEDY IS ONE OF THE BEST FAMILV
.JL Medicines in u?e, and will he found a great reliet ol
all diseased action from which pain originates.
- Every Family
Should have It at hand.' Don't wait until Pain eome
within, your doors before purchasing.
HART'S GREAT RELIEF WILL RELIEVE
Rheumatism, Sore Throat. Bruises. Pleurisy. Croup
Toothache- .Fainting. .Tic Doloroux. Sprain or
Spasm, Hendnehe, Frost Bites, Stiff Joint. Fe
i -i i'cr pores. Heartburn, Sour Stuniach. Chol
'" ' er. Hysteria, Pneumonia, Chills and "'
. t ever. Innnrnmatio . Paralyns.
. unuoiains, i.umoago. Cj1jc,
Burns and Scalds, Spinal Af-
fe-tion. Piles, Cholera '
' Morbus, Pain is the -Brenst
or Side, Diihcult Breathing. Cramp ia the
Stomach, Dysentery or Diarrhea, Falla aad Aeei
cidenu, or whatever your Complaint may be
That Gives Yon Pain! .
r '-! Ik,
Vegetable Toothache Anodyne
Ti "WARRANTED" '
As un immediate cure for the Toothache, caused by de
cay. It also cures scurvy of gums and cuuset) them to
harden nud adhere to the teeth; it cures gum boils,
heals all soreness of the gum; itsweeteus and purines
the brenth ; applied to the swollra gum it afford mt
relief with children thai are teething; it is a rfet:v
harmless remedy, but must be us4 according to dw-
tions. to get prumised relief.
Who would tUUcr WltU taiS luott ditreinir mfiii.
ONE 25 CENT BcTTLE AVILL CIRE 1XSTANTA-
I's Cough Lor en ges
roE THS AtLEVIATIOX vr
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs, Colds,
And ull Disorders of the Throat and Lungs.
Dr. . 15. Hart, Proprietor, Bostoa.
1)UBLIC SPEAKERS AND SINtiERS WILLFiso
.' the Loicnges invaluable for clearing end strength-
cnine tno voice, lucre are no particular direction to
ho observed in tno use of them. Containing nothing
deleterious, they oaa be taken as freely as reqmiaite.
One or two Lozenges dissolved gradually in the mouth,
repeating it if necessary, will almost invariably give
lniinetimtc relict in ninny cases ot Hoarseness, or loss of
voice. t.V'-bs, irritutiou, or Soreness of the Throat, Ac
oo:asioucii by cold or unusual exertion of the Vwal
Orpins. For Bronchitis, Asthma, 4r.,of long standing,
it will be necessary to tuke them freiuentfy, as occa
tr'btop the little couch or soreness of the thmat and
Lumrsin tim. and HART S LOZENGES WILL IX
IT. Till" 111 EM.
1'riee S3 min per Ro.
ul. Kl. LVLIrJ b
loa the cvbe or
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Bloody Flux,
CIIOM'II.A M'RUl'P, PrN'Fl'L rt'RHIJff, SUM
MER COMPLAINT. CRAMP ASD COLIC.
Thewnntof a medicine of this character has long
been fe!t y the community, and bus induced the pro-
SricU-r-. Ly over thirty yews' trial in private, to intro
uce lit forth" benefit of tho public as a staple family
medicine. It. does not act as an astringent alone, but
by reducing the acidity of the secreting membranes ol
of tho bowels, reduces the inflammation, hence per
forms a thorough cure.
The proprietors take the liberty of stating to the pnb
lie, that no more perfect receipt (which is guaranteed
for the cure of the above-mentioned diseases; exists in
the world, bein-r entirely vegetable and containing nc
sugar of lead or oilier noxious drug or mineral. And
they would further say that the preparation haa met
the hearty approval of numerous physicians who have
. To adults, a tnblespoonful after each passage, or lour
times a d.-i.v; To children under ten, a half-tablespoon-ful
as required. To children under five a teaspoonfuL
To ehil'h-cn under two or three, a half-tcaspoonful, mm
required, mid by carefully adminicitering as directol it
will never fail.
Hart's Magnolian Cough Drops!
PRICE PER BOTTLE 23 CENTS.
This iucJie;ne can confidently be recommended fur
all diseases of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes and Langs.
. It is iaviiluable as a remedy for Coughs, Colds. Lets
of Voice, Soro Throat. Infiucnza, Diptfaeria, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness. Cronp, Whooping Cough, Asthma and Spit
tinir of Blood. It does not profess to eureeonnuioptHn.
hat from the largely demulcent and balsamic character
of the ingredients of which it is composed, it is claimd
that it will do nil for this dire disease that auy i'onek
Mrdicine nin do.
This medicine contains NO OPIUM, or other ingre
dient of a deleterious character, and may be given with
the utmost confidence and safety in every stage of the
diseaso and to patient of every age. Dose from ten
drops to a tem-poonfui, according to the age of the pa
tient, and repeated in every instance as the urgency
the case requires, in one. two, three or four hoars.
Damon's Stock Powders.
1JIESB POWDERS ARE PREPARED FROM
Modicines which possess Laxative. Tome and Pan-
fying properties, and when administered to Horse pru-
uce the most beneficial results. As a laxative, they
expel from the stomach and intestines all foreign sub
stances. As a tonic they increase the tone and strength
of the system ; and as a purifier they clease the blood
and lay the foundation for at strong and healthy eircu
lation. They are a preventive of Lung Fever, and in
excellent remedy, for all the diseases to which this ao
ble animal is subject. Their use strengthens the lunga
and rives a smooth and glossy appearance to the skin,
and by increasing the appetite, give vigor and strength
to the wholejtv-f-
-, 23 eeuta per Box.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
effected which is generally produced in a few days
. u jfiurrs, ii usea two or three times a week-dn-
c' V"? "-" u-r monms, win prevent tout
horse from being attacked by these dangero JdisZuT
nnri rw.tlr T;k "4czvu3 UJMaae
DAMON'S STOCK POWDERS FOR MILCH COWS
Ih7tP,?.',','7R,T,lb,,ei,, "creasing the quaa
tityofMilkm the Cow. and shouW be usld br Irln
larmrr. It increafca tho appetite and fattens ani
E. J.SANFOHD & CO
WholaIe Agcnls, " '
B ELL HOUSEV
HIS OLD AND POPULAR HOTEL,1 SITUAIED
1 at the corner of ainand State Streeti i T&tik
Tnsoirx.om to the pnuicT
' ; . ' J.iwii'ii ituss, rrepritor.
: . - - ., junellitfc.
' man it Rook s.
TSF t,RCIV,ED" SPLENDID STOCK' OF
J Blank Work, from th h n.-. ,l.
United State-. All Sine ("lit Kj. Annrt tk. kn L.. OVn
nessee Book Homo of . , , r 1 . K. H. hiai2flD3.
1 or Lung Fe ver, or any symptoms of the disease, give
a tablespoonful three times a day. i"
l or Wanders. Ilcavoe. Distemper. Founder. Couahp
and other eomplamts to which tbe Horse u nb7t
give a tableiiMHnful thrA tim . A.
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