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KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1870.
The rriiMians hnve commenced bridging
the Kcinu, but tho French fort destroy the
work every morning.
Gumhcttu has limited another proelanm
tion to the army, intimating that the sol
diers of Molz 'protest against the cow
ardly capitulation, and refuse to be bound
by It. H elopes with nn appeal to the
Holdiens to make an dibit to rid the coun
try of the enemy, and then become free
and peaceful citizens of the Republic.
Tort Oi.Aiiioit.Ni:, Nov. 1. A vitrei,
auppofed to be the Mary Ann, is breaking
up. Three men lo?t their 11 ves In attempt
ing to reacu ner.
vessels Providence and Pathway,
from Jsoston, run alioro during yeMtcr
tlay's gales, and are a total Ions.
London, Nov. 1. Details from various
sources show that to tho last the command
ers at Metis deceived tho troops, promising
that while negotiations Avero progressing
to surrender they would cut their way
Tho people of Metz followed Bazalne
through tho streets howling traitor.
Two corps go to Paris. The remaining
four corns will bo divided between tiio
armies .operating on the north side of
The China advices state that the Chinehe
authorities aro pursuing a vacillating
policy toward foreigners. J he impiessiou
prevails that the contemplated general
slnuchter is a fabrication.
Rkiii.in, Nov. 1. The Empress Eugenie
arrived at Wilhclmsliohe and visited the
Emperor, in comprny with Jiu.alne, mi
iJitussniiS. 2ov. l. (Jen. Jiayor, In a
letter defondlng Razaino from flatnbcttuV
cliarge or treason, coiii'lmios iy saying
"Wo capitulated to famine."
Tho lirst snow of the season full yos:
dav at Bamror. Maine.
White tKcenor's paper mill, at Hnrt-
tort, was burned yesterday.
Allen and Oallaijher. two prize lightens
wcro arrested at St. Louis yesterday. Tho
light had come oil".
A short, sharp earthquake was telt ve-i-tcrday,
nbout live o'clock, at Kull'ulo. The
doors and windows were shaken, but no
damaco was done.
Torus, Nov. 1'. Advices from Paris to
the Sth'ult., state thai tli'e iVus-iaiw had
resinned in force the positions previously
abandoned, from which they had been dis
lodged alter hard liirhtiusi. and tho Paris-
inns held these points and were fortifying
Troehu has received 30,00) mines as a
voluntary contribution from certain citi
zens for the eouipinent of his battery.
Tho subscribers to tlio national loan were
numerous. Seven hundred and lli'ty mil
lions have been paid in of the portion duo
There was suflleicnt saltpetre in the cat
crumbs to make powdor tor six mouths
( .'ambetta's headquarters are at Allan
tie-. In encounters with the enemy near
Bcz.ineon. he captured over one thousand
London. Nov. 2. A female dressed in
red iacket. flounced skirt ami wearing gold
ear rings and necklace, has washed ashore
of tho North Island, It is supposed from
Tho 'J'imcH has Versailles dispatch'
day stating that negotiations for German
unity are progressing favorably.
It has been decided that King William
assumes the title ot Emperor oi (lermai'y
Gainbetta declares that the salvation of
Franco depends upon the people. The Gov
eminent cannot even supply them with
arms. He ascribes tho lois of Do .lou to in
competency of Sardinian officers, and their
Paris has salted provisions for llvo weeks
fresh meat until the Iittcentli ot Decern
The Prussians have succeeded in plant
ing batteries at Courbenoie, Mendon and
liny Nerve, near the Paris walls.
The London Standard denies the report
of a conference between tho legitimists
and Orleans duels.
A game of bsse ball between the White
Stockings and Mutuals whs broken tip by
the crowd at tho Nth innin-. The score
stood. "Whites. 7 ; Mutuals,
Parisians are as enthusiastic for the do
fence of tho city a ever.
One thousand additional pieces of can
non are being cast at the Paris foundries
the expense of which is being borne by
There are enough provisions in Paris to
last until the first of January. Additional
fortifications aro being constructed for the
defenco of the city.
Tlie olllcttus ot -letz disclaim any com
plicitv in Pazainc'sisrnomiiiioussuri'cndcr
Tho French oflloers who e-eaped say he Is
Tho terms of the capitulation at Mctz
provide for the protection of person and
property of citizens and soldiers.
Tho Tours government has no olllcial
news from tho army of the Loire.
Excesses still continue in Marseilles.
Thodefenao of Lyons will bo vigorous,
MADitii), Nor. 3. One hundred and
eighty, out of three hundred and forty
deputies in tho Cortes are in favor of Aostn
for tho throne.
London, Nov. .".It is asserted that
food suflleicnt to supply llnzafuo's army
four montns was lounil at Met..
Tho wreck of tho steamer Cambria lies
in tho courso of the vessels following the
lnsn cotsi inrougn tne rnrtn Channel,
and Is pronounced a dangerous obstruction
No partlo.ilars of tho Interview between
Napoleon and Generals Canrnbertaud Lo
From oflleersof high rank who escaped
from Metz, the Independence Jlefye learns
that the protocol relative to the magazines
and mines was dictated by fears of some
act of desperation, such as followed the
surrender of Laou.
Tho garrison at Melz Insisted upon el the
lighting for escape or a continuation of the
siege, and the generals, to preserve their
dignity, were Inclined to yield to the de
sire of the troops to make a sortie, even
afier the surrender was known, but could
not muster a sullioieut organ. cd force.
Vr.it.SAiM.ns, Nov. JI.--1 n consequence
of the terms proposed yester-ny by Tillers
and accepted to-day by JHsnrirek, tho lat
ter oilers Franco an armistice of twenty
live ilays 1 1 allow general elections through
out France, tho armistice to be based upou
tho military status in 7110 existing on day
Ni'.W Voitic, November 3. A sneak thief
stole 100,000 dollars of U. H. registered
bonds from tho safe of lawyer J. II. llap
piu, Pine street, this morning. No oluo to
1 .ii ...
The SiuTenih'r 1 f .Metis
The New York Herald's Correspondent
given tlie following details :
AltTlCI.KS OF I'Al'JTri.ATlON SINCIKl).
Dv agreement the conference was lesuhi-
cd early the same morning, and lasted till
eight o'clock In the evening, when tho ca
pitulation was signed for tlie absolute ren
dition of Metz and all its fortifications,
armaments, stores and munitions, and for
u surrender, on tho Sedan conditions, of nil
tho garrison and all of Uazaine'a army,
comprising three Marshals of France, six
ty-six generals, u,wu oincors ana itj.uoo
troops. Tlie Germans aro astounded at this
result an army and fortrci-s capitulating
to nn Investing army larger than itself by
only a small traction.
STARVATION IN 1II7TZ.
On the morning of tho 20th llvo soldiers
lay dead of starvntlon at Montigny, wlflle
tho stuff still indulged In luxurious meals,
and four day's rations were given to tho
entire army that morning, while they had
received none lor two days previous. Po
beef or pork had been obtainable at any
price for a week; but on that morning, be
fore anything had arrived in town, tho
shops had plenty thereof. This proves tho
charges current in tho town that specula
tors had seized much lood, and mat. a ra
tional system of apportionment, such as
existed during the last ten days, if Intro
duced at llrst and conbincd with requisi
tions, would have prevented much wasto
and enabled the fortress to hold out a
mouth longer. Tho stall used to Iced their
horses on bread at llrst. Recently tho
prices had reached the following maxi
mum : Sugar, .Jul. u pound ; salt 101. ; one
ham, .'!00f. ; 0110 potato, lSojone onion, 60c.
Tlie International sold a little pig caught
near Gravelotto for 7 ISf.
SICK AND WOl NIlKD.
Since live weeks amputationr- have been
performed without chloroform or ether, and
wounds navo ueen arcs-feu w 11 110111, car
bolic acid. There arc over 10,000 sick and
wounded. Thirty-live thousand persons
have died in tlie town alone during tho
siege, greater part from lack of proper euro.
The prevailing diseases are vat loin, spotted
typhus and dysentery. Mnitvy nas not
prevailed, though even the sick have for
over three weeks received their horse
steaks and horse broth without salt.
Dumas tlie elder is said to bodying, near
Dieppe, in Franco. He lias been known
as 0110 of the most remarkable writers the
world has ever produced 1 fe Achieved his
lirst success as 11 dramatist in iz, nnu 01
terwnrd brought out in quick succession a
largo number ol plays, lie soon niter en
tered the field as a novelist and produced a
great number of French historical works
and romance and dramas. So wondor
fully fecuifd in authorship that he once
contracted with two newspapers to furnish
them with manuscript equal to sixty ordi
nary sized volumes in a year, n lid this he
did exclusive of other writings. At one
time lie was the editor of Iai JihrHv, and
afterward of a monthly review. His mot
popular English traiisintioiis aie. Count of
Monte Cristo, The Three ( (u.irdsiHcn,
Margaret of Anjou and Memoir-, of a Phy
sician. In appearance Dumas ;r;v , though
tho son of a white woman, presents nil the
characteristics of a mulatto, except color,
even more strongly than bis lather, who
was Alexandra lliivy Dumas, a French
general, born in Ilayti, and whoso mother
was colored. He is now in his flSth year.
Ludichous Scum: at a Fi'Nimiai,.
An Iowa paper says: " At the funeral of a
young man in Des Moines recently, the
services for tlie dead took place ot the
dwelling of the parents. Alter a most
pathetic address, which brought tears from
all the young ladies present, the minister
inquired if any of the ''ear friends of the
deceased wished to say anything on tills
solemn occasion. A strapper hero stepped
forward, and, after expressing sympathy
with the friends of the deceased, remarked
that the ways of Providence were inscruta
ble, and, in "this connection, h wished to
mention that ho was the agent for a first
rate articlo of hair vigor f-v the State of
Iowa. Tho corpse had ued it for years
with great advantage, and he continently
recommended It. especially to tlie minister
and undertaker present, as be perceived
tliev were both painfully bald. 'Shake the
bottle, gentlemen, anil rub the matt rweli
In with u stiff brush.' nid he. At this
stage oi' the proceedings a -diali' disturb
mice occurred, and the hair vigo.- man ilis
The New Orleans Pieainine says: A
countryman at the theatre tlie other night,
as the escort ol some ladles, retired at an
Intermission and returned with n pound 01-
two of peanuts wrapped up in a paper, and
two huge bananas sticking from Ills pocket.
Just then, however, and before ho hod
thno to take his scat, one of tlie actresses,
who bail especially won his admiration,
came to tho footlights and warbled a beau
tiful melody. Tho rich, full voice, exqui
site in intonation and breathing strains
nhnost divine, completed tho c inquest of
the countryman's heart, and, unable to
restrain his delight, he heaved on the stage
his peanuts, bananas and nockct-handker-
fillet as a trinuto to the lair enonaiuress.
There was a momentary astonishment
visible upon the faces on the stage, a single
Interval of hesitation, which was removed
by the countryman's voice, tun and clear
'Take 'cm, gal, by jingo, you're wel
come" Unconscious Ikkj.chncu Ovkk Ani
mai.8. Tlie horso Is like his driver, and
the dog like his master. A nervous timo
rous moil is almost suro to have a skittisli
horse, shying at anything, unsteady, and
11 runaway II ho gels a chance. Atony
cow is spoiled by lack of patience and
011 letn ess in the milker, and the amount
of milk depends more upon the milker
than the pasturage. If a man is afraid of
a horse, tho animal knows It before he goes
Into the stable. AVo have seen the most
inoirensive cow in tlie herd so wrought
upon by tho nervousness of a greenhorn
son of Erin, as dexterlously to plant her
foot In his breast, and send him rolling
heels over head. A noisy, boisterous fel
low about fattening stables will cause a
serious loss In gain of llesh to the animals,
so Important Is quiet to them when they
aro digesting their food. Massachusetts
The dreeing which tho Prince Royal
g ive MoMahon, and tho breaches which
nave been made in the wulls during- the
investment of Strasburg may bo said to
represont tlie " close " of the wor. In fact
IJazalne's forces alone are an army tit 1 1.
1870. FALL, 1870.
r 13 NT I IV
Is Sjiwlnlly Called to Our
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
Adapted to the wonts of the people
throughout the Southern Country.
Exclusively from Manufacturers
Including many Goods of
OUR OWN IMPORTATION
And which we will sell low, being deter
mined to make
TJJIS THE MARKET
Obtain Their Supplies.
COWAN, JIcCLlt'XG & 0
CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS,
D R XJ G G I S T S
"Old Drug Store
We kcepn full supply of everything in tho
T. nether with
Indigo, Madder, 'Aniline, Copperas,
An J cverytfiinjf needed in Dyeing.
Paints, Paints, Paints.
OILS, O ELS, OILS!
Wo pride ourselves on keeping tho purest
materials for Painting of any houso In
Is not excelled by any and equalled by but
Pure Wines and Liquors
Always on Hand
MRS. WINSLOW'ri WORM CANDY,
Itroilic's Hcli Cerate
ACH1W OF LAND ON THE 111 TI.EDflE
Turnpik", S1 milts trum tho court liou-e.
J . t4Ll.U M .1.1..
hnowillo Iron Column,
RAILROAD SIM KISS,
MINERS AND DEALERS
Celebrated Anderson County
COAL AND COKE.
Three 11 11 ml red Mixes of
Partioulor attention glvon to
REBUILDING AND REPAIRING
S T E A lf ENGINES,
Tt o it i O 1 Ht .
Saw, Flour and Bark Mills.
WROUGHT AND CAST
ONE HUNDRED SIZES GUD6EONS.
Hollow - Ware !
BOLTS, BOLT -ENDS, OAST
All Kinds of
Tho COMPANY now inanufueturo the
In Market. All Size from I! to 60 Funny.
Thoir Stock of
Bar Iron is More Uniform
Than ever bofore, but) Warranted.
Is made nt tho Foundry orery working day
WOUK DONE PRCMM5LY
SatlsfUctlon Cuninalecil !
Orders Promptly Filled
Ofllco and Manufactory,
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND
West of Depot,
Sickness, Pain and Death
Legitimately rcftiltM lieunHlcsforTlolatlotuof natural
laws, from wliloli nono enn Cfcaiic. ,
Tho faded cheek, tho irnlo nnil vr&n features, tho dull
cyo, the clouded intellect, tho dccti henvins algh, Uio
foeblo and emaciated fiame, thedcgovlcd liu , tho tot
tcrln Bait, all Indicnto jircvioua transKrcssmn ol law.
Knowing t lint "rocratination Is tho thief ol imio," all
intelligent hciiiRS apply for some remedy as sooims cir
cumstances pormltj while those who do not act uponltuO
irincipio inai ueiays aro uauRcrous," generally linger,
oe tnoro time and pay moro wionry.
Thousands of mothers and dftuihtcr. In all station!
and conditions of life, aro suffering, lingering and dy
ing irom 1110 ciiccu oi some urcaueu ami urcaaiui
That claims Its victims thoughout tho length and
broadtli or our land.
Many females sutler In some way at each monthly ro
riod; some girls are in groat peril at tho commencement
rf menstruation, whllo older one dread its decline at
too "turn of life." Sometimes the menstrual How is tea
much, or too littlo, or may bo attended with pain; may
bo irregular or entirely chocked, or changed In appear
ance, attended with other distressing symptoms. Leu
eorrhica, or tho "Whites," frequently drains tho sys
tem, or ulceration of the womb may crcato pain and
cauo rapid prostration.
raiung ni 1110 wninu is nn exceedingly common com
plaint, civinc much trnublo and dtstrchri. which, under
ordinary treatment, is difficult to oure,
llyfterlcs, Hrccn Sickness, Irritability of tho Womb,
and other serious and fatal complaints follow tho fcinaio
sex throughout life. Lircs there n, medical gentleman
who lias or can relievo tuo lair sex nt tno auovo trou
bles? Notmany. Isthcro no combination of reme
dial agents that will coma to her rescue? Wo answer.
English Female Bitters,
Tho only acknowledged UterlnoTonloand 1'cmalc Ueg
ulator Known, will euro all those complaints auovo
menuoucil 111 an luereilllily rtiort time, ilio Hitlers at
onco arouses, strengthen ;. .1 rwKuus tho womb to ita
natural condition, r i "Ving obstructions, relieving
pain and rcgulatin? '10 montlil fcriod. Yonder
stands a pule, feeble . i I hiiiRuiil girl.juH bursting In
to womanhood nho i ihe pride of all, !ml hark I sho
silently steals n iiicklo, cuts chalk, or n slate pencil, no
appetite lor looil; she turns with u (lull eo una seeks
solitude; hor co no longer sparklos, her merry laugh
is no longer nearu ringing uirougu mo uirisno mopo
ubout with bloodless lips and gums, with headache,
palpitation, constipation, swimming of tho head, cola
feet and hands, melancholy; she has u coated tongue,
ortuiuhe breath, mid a host of other evils too numerous
When neglected nil theso symptoms becomo aggrava
ted, there in on k stomach, heartburn, ik dark line set
tlos under the i jrs, tho legs and ankles are swollen, tho
hair loses its glo' and falls oil, thcro is britttciiet-s and
splitting of the finger-nails, swollen abdomen, cxtremo
nervousiio, lictlulness, iins mid aches, dry cough,
hysterical fits, lapid prostration, epilepsy and death!
It no. oi am id our friends, are thus afflicted, send
at oneo for a linUle of I'nglisb l'einalo Hitters and be
cured. IUi orTeets are mimical in such complaints,
Surely no mother will postpone and deluy this dulv
Death is at the Door.
In ull tin -c complaints tho system mdcnlly Iu - a
want of red blood, and Mr. Cburehn,. in his woik on
Diseases of l'emalis. says: "IlcariiiR in mind that tho
blood I" remarkably deficient in red corpuscles, and the
known property of iron to correct this condition, thi orv
suggests it as tho irio-t to be relied on, tho best of uliiiii
is tho Citrate." Citnite of Iron enters largely into tho
compoitiou of I'liglish l'cuinlo Hitters, combined with
powerful vegetable tonics of rare qualities.
Among tho mountains of Tcnncssco and the pincy
woods of Mississippi, is found n certain hard nnd flinty
root, which lias been in secret use by some old mid
wives for many years, possessing magic powets in regu
lating and restoring all females fullering with any in
fection of the womb. This root wo have obtained, gave
it a fair test in our practice, and it is now nno of tho
principle ingredients in theso Hitters. Other powerful
uterlno nnd general tonics nlso enter into its composi
tion. Wo also add I.eptnndra or Jllack root, sufficient
to net upon tho liver and keep the bowels open.
Blooming Young Girls,
Middlo-ngod matrons, thoso at tho critical period, and
tho aged grandmother, are all cured by tho nso of our
English l'cmalo Hitters, now prescribed and used by
physicians all over tho country.
cm aro troubled with Falling of tho Womb, at
tended with a senso of weight nnd bearing down pain
In tho back and side, and other attendant evils, Englkli
l emalo Jlitters will give cntiio relief.
Thoso at tho "turn of life," mothers alter confine
ment, and all others (maloor female) who at o convales
cents fiom any protracted or debilitating complaint,
who gain strength slowly, and whoso digestion U slow
and imperfect, will find theso Hitters tho very thing
their system demands. It gives n powerful appetite,
aids and assists digcMion, arouses the liver, strengthens
mentally and phslcally, and fills the. whole system
with pure crimson blood coursing through its channels.
Common Grogshop Sitters
Empty bitter bottles, of various styles, can bo found
around almost every dwelling and cabin throughout
tho land. Their taste is pleasant, and aro advortised to
euro almost every disease, while tho manufacturers,
know they poshes no medicinal properties whatever.
They nro so many disguises for exceedingly coiimon
ieveraget, which do nut, uorcunuut, possibly euro any
IScware of theso pleasant hitters In quart bottles;
they contain a sting for your viUiIs. nnd ho who bus
them curries a ''toper's" grog into his house, Uno man
who knows nothing about medicine, says bis big bottles
of common stuQ'will ouro chills nnd fever, rheumatism
and consumption! another." whoso bottlo is very fancy,
euros all impurities of tho blood, makes old men young,
easts out devils, restores sight to tho blind, nnd numer
ous other miracles; while yet another, who presumes
every man a drunkard, proposes to euro colic, ingrow
ing nails, yellow fever, heart disease and love-sick
maidens I We know they mako no such turcs; wo
kdow tho pcoplo at largo aro deceived and swindled,
and as we desiro to ventilate those common humbugs,
make the following challenge to ono and all :
One Hundred Dollars
That one toblcspoonful of KNfil.ISlI FEMALE 1IIT
TEltS contains as much medicinal properties as ono
bottlo of any of tho pleasantly tasted, common adver
tised bitters of tho day 1 The medical profession to
decide the question, lie it understood that the English
Femalo Hitters is not a beverage, but is a powerful
Iron and YcgetabloTonic combined, curing long stand
ing chronic femalo complaints in every direction.
Put up in large bottles nt tlM per bottle, or six bot
tles for iS.W, and sold by druggists nnd lnerehanU ovo
J. V. DUOMGOOIiE CO., Prop's.
Dromgoole& Co.'s Buchu.
Tho best and cheapest combination for ull affections
of the kid lie) s anil llu.ddcr ever offered to tho publlo.
It is prepared by regular physicians and un-il by the
l'rico SI, or six Ixittles for t5. Sold Dy druggists and
J. 1'. MlOMdOOLE .V C.,0