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NOV. 0, 1870.
Of tho Chrohiclm mailed free t any iMtw an
Nine marriage licenses wore issued from the
County Court Clerk's etfllow during iho lst
We leurn Hint tlio several railroads which
have Le ii lor omo Hme advertised for sale, on
Thursday were not sold for want of bidder.
Mr. J. M. Alexander, of. Loudon, hns been
appointed Assistant Assessor of Internal 1'cve
titie, to fill tho plnco made vacant by the decease
of liis father.
-tin in Nlrppl Hrlttftc.
Work on tho bridge over Ptttt Greek, on
Main street, is progressing toward completion.
The work is being done in the most substantial
Hix-'- & DePue aro receivins: dully larao
b i" 1
' ! their stock of stove-, tinware and
"t -rood, which it now complete, or will
v l:i y.
' i Dni-, lato Prosidont of tfco South
c I t
I' . mi'.v. accompanied by Irts wlfe,pnss-
mji tlii city yeslcrdoy, on route fir
t.iitlu rnn CltnrHi fstnecrt.
in crt 1'nr the benefit of the above church
v i l., i ut Turner Hall on Thursday
and i. i. ut the church a stated Itindver-
i'i Sunday's pnner.
Tuc-day night a uiau named Lander was
bca'iti over tho head lw shocking manner
by unknown parties. Ho Is confined to his hod
from tho effect' of tho injuries sustained.
Yc 1 afternoon while Mr. Clint Mitchell,
of P. r-villp, was taking n buggy rldo his
b iirrnnn- frightened and ran away, over
turn ng the buggy and injuring Jilm oonsidor
Tb signal service of tho Qorernnient lias
bo-ut, making woather reports at Nashville.
A Knoxville U one of tho points designated,
we i n f-oi n expect a signal ofHoer to open here,
wo pr .nun'.
tot tl population of Middle Tennessee is
1. Tin- total number of deaths in that
sc' ion fir ill
bi r orf.irij-in-i
-. 2.17 '
year, was 0,573. Tho total miiii
,C18, and of industrial establish.
Julia Hoffman, tho child murdi ros, was con
' vict 1 cf murder in the ttrst degro hoftire tho
CrI lunal Court yoslorday. Tho uniiHti.iui
crcaturo will most probably expiate her heinous
crii e by ufleiinjrtho extreme penalty of tho
Tho Nashville Manner say, thai Win. Lutty
was pardoned out of tho work-house at Knov
ville, by tin Governor Saturday. Jle was con
victed in October for Mealing an old pair of
pantaloons, and sentenced to six mouths impris
onment Itni'iiiiir.v ut :iinllniinsn.
The Times says that the store of Mr. .1. Kunz
was burglariously entered on Friday night and
a quantity i f goods carried oil'. The burglars
succeeded in confiscating four sacks of Hour.
Rome chewing tobacco and a couple of decant-
era ui wuisKV
At 1.' o clock yesterday, in the il. K. church,
oy ua .ino. K. J'-nus, .James A. Tarwater to
Mus Laura C. Ilosworth, all oi this cily.
On tlio ill.t ult., at the rosidcueo of Mr. Mor
ton, in Monroe c.-inty, Capt. J. V. KdiuomUon
and M, M..:!ie Currier, all of JJlount county.
On i.; to a misunderstand of ttii ollicor an-
a i election was Held ut the ea aboo.e.
Knoxville. in eoueofpienen of which the
n "mt precinct had to dpos;t their bal
wlicrc. swelling tho list ovoters oonsid-
The lrtt House.
T IV k Huiito has been partially refitted by
Jl M Pan-el & Co., pre .ir.iU.ry to tho
bu i r of tl,,. wlntor. We have heard of no
jii a. i jii- m hog, yut, wid prumu but fuw
win cliiuiL". immls until cold weather sols in
Xi'H Way to -olIeet Mil.. :-rljill:lii.
I- h annoniici-d that the p'iM;hur ofan Ohio
paprr recently went up in u balloon in pursuit
oi so n ,t nt (icliiKpient subscribers. A con
temporary Miggests that helms taken the wrong
man, as i-ucii cuaps always gf in tli other di
Tlio Itelt Ilonte.
This house U becoming more popular every
day under its promt tUaHigcnicnt. Col. I!of,
C . n :il s 1 1 .'.i. -pitic it jm'h In make his
gue couifortabh. Thr table is iupilied with
all the market atlbrds and more too. In fact,
tho 11-11 H )'le isjmt as good a Itotel to t-top at
as ono could desire.
"Wo lui vo just recived, direct from Kngland,
a new and very superior variety of Wheat, im
port 1 by Mais! )!! Ilnn., of Kno cuunty. Wo
in. II ' Pinners t ) call and examine it.
Iloudit & Uliuiton,
nev ' ,tf McChe-lllock, Knoxville, Tenn.
A IIoj'n CoiiipoHltlou.
A- y nvter ci' itiired to write a composition
u i n i jm. i-n of the human body, selected
tli i wli . !i -i-.iK's the hettd to thoimulilers, and
expau'k .1 a follovv: "A throat is conveniont
'! f - .
;t . niliy to roustor and ministers.
r '-ion, a-i 1 cr tt with it: the
nl "ml. hi- r. und then ties it
n .... . vh ih I can lliiuk
KXOXVILLK WEEKLY 0 1 1 HON ICfjlC.- Ks DA
A Xos mill Ileiiltliiul Aitlile or food.
The Si:a Mosi Iabixic, manufactured from
Irish Moss, by the Hand Sea Moss Farino Co.,
has been placed on our tabl- at dlflerent times,
nnd proves to be one of tho best, most nutritious
and easily-digested of all the farinas now in use.
It is palatablo to the taste, is lighter and less
compact than any other farina, and hence better
adapted to weak stomachs, to dyspeptics, to in
valids, and all persons of frail constitutions. In
oases where tapioca, sago, barley, corn starch,
maiaena and similar articles aro beneficial, the
Sea Moss Karino is not only a substitute, but
has advantages which neither of them possess,
because the main ingredient of the moss has
beenooiMidared by medical men for many years
as having Invaluable remedial properties. It is
particularly recommended for pectoral affec
tions, scrofulous complaint, diarrhea, &c
JCditor 1MV Journal o Health.
Yesterday afternoon, a horse attached to a
buggy, in the expressive language of 0. V, It.
Ihiiios, " might have been seen " coming at a
two-forty gait up Gay street, without the guid
ance of a driver. Iieforo Its wild career was
stayed, tho buggy collided with a dray, l'or
haps it isn't necossary, but we may as well state
that the dray was not ihjtired, and when the
buggy passed Van Gilder's shoe store it resem
bled h child's perambulator after a sovero earth
quake. Tho horse then laid down suddonly and
turned the buggy ovor, thus getting rid of tho
top, which by that time was somewhat damaged
and vibrated from side to side like an old shut
ter on one hinge. Tlio horse was stopped when
ho could do lie further damage and taken to the
stable. Tho turnout was hired by a colorod
man, win. promptly came forward and assumed
U damage. The hot ke took fright on Mabry
street, Kast Knosvillo, caused by the flutter of
a piece of papor in the road, disturbed by tho
wind. Tlie charioteer dismounted boforo Bu
cephalus vanned to his work, and was not in
jurod. Tho Uittve"uit Fire XxllMwtaler.
Messrs. ItcCorklo & Co., of this city, aro the
general agents for tho Universal Flro Kxtln
guisher, an invention which is being much used
tlrroughout the conntry, and as a precaution
against flres is of great value. The agents aro
able to present tho highest testimonials of its
utility, from men who have tried it. It is en
dorsed by tho President- and Agents of twenty
leading Fire Insurance Companies, besides
steamboat captains, railroad men, newspaper
men, and others. In a number of instances
thousands of dollars worth of property has been
saved by tho use of tho Universal Fire Extin
guisher. They are the mot efficient and prac
ticable invention of the age for putting. out firo
In its incipient stages. They can be used by
anybody, and aro ready for use at a moment's
warning. If they were introduced into our
community, many a destructive flro might be
avoided. Call on Messrs. McCorkle A Co., and
see for yourselvos.
Tlio Ciivton House.
The preparatory work on tho Custom Houso
I.ns commenced. Tho old stable has been re
moved and the excavation begun. The lot pur
chased by tho Government fronts 100 feet on
Ullncli and 1C0 on 1'rinee struct. Tho building
win uo tureo stono.s nuovo tho ground, bosiden
the bai-emonr, and will be built of wrought
stone. Proposals for furnishing the materi
al have been received nnd forwarded to tho De
partment at "Washington, nnd ns -oon as they
are accepted the do ivery will begin and tho
construction commence. Tho supervision of
in is important work is in the hands of Mr. M.
S. Wilds, a gentleman of energy, who will push
tho work with all possibility.
This edilico will tarnish employment to n
largo number of mechanics and laborer and tho
greater portion of tho wages paid them will bo
expended m our mUR, proving n source of ad
vantage pecuniarily from the start.
Tho Chattanooga 77mrsay that on Thursday
afternoon, several parsons wore ordered to get
down from the top of a railroad ear by a watch
man, and in attempting to do so, a- colored boy
named Jim Spencer, fell in front of the ear, and
tho switch engine which had just been attached,
backed the car ovor his body. He was taken to
Gaines' saloon, where medical attention was
soon brought. It appears as though the car
wheel passed over hit In-east. Such being tlio
case, wo fear that his recovery is very doubtful.
Tho boy was suifariiig great Wm ven we ,BW
him, but did not show mueh signs of injuries,
which aro prlnciiwlly internal. The little fel
low i an orphan, and recently from Knoxville,
, Ali-oeloni Murder.
iiie Anslmllo Jittmun- says that a colored
uiiicKuniiu named Alexander, In the county of
nuttierlonl, was murdered in cold blood by a
wuiie man nut '1 liursday morning. The scoun
drel rode up to the murdered man's door and
usKPu it in- cold get hi, ii..-e shod. Alexander
said lie could, and started to the blacksmith
shop to perform tho -erviee ivipini.te-1, when
tho whito man drew a pUtol and shot him
through tho head, killing him instantly. The
wifo on beholding her murdered husband fall to
t ip. ground ran up to him, when ,ho was also
shot at by the Tlllian biit without effect. He
tnpil put spurs to his hor.-e and galloped awav
AVeare informed that on yesterday two en
gineers were sent to Lynchburg to bring on a
couple of now freight engines to 1, un-d on the
J-.ust . IcimcB.'re. Virginia and Geoighi Railroad
KllgillU "No. SO" Win tliriosl not ..r ll... .1,,...,
yesterday as good as iittw, almost, having been
thoroughly; 'overhauled. The lnrsim -s of this
io.ni i rapmiv tui-reusing, and tlio otlkeiv are
ironic to ,-ee that nothine' ishift utirl,.nu l.v ,1,..,..
that will benefit tho traveling or hii-ines. pub.
Mr. F. M. Wheeler, of Knoxville, Tennessee,
says : our byniplux ha done me more good
in Dronchites than anything else I have ever
tried, and I have u-ed nearly ovorv kind of
medicine ivcoiiiineii.li.il Cur ili..t ,Htn., Tn i i,nr.
boeu troubled with thi.- ntr..eti till fur liisnrli
years, and after using only about ouo-haU' bottle
ot Symphlx, 1 feel almost entirely relieved."
i. nam. -il Jane
O ' "Un'y l.it -i
vat i i. u Mi-,
1 i ' i attempt.
C a uinrl fifty
Accident on the Huoxi lllo mill Kontiu-k-ItallrOHit
Asyesterday inornttig'i mail train from Carey
rille, to whleh had been attachei I Hu extra train
on the summit of Black Oak Ridsre. u eared the
foot of the ridge, tho mail train broke loose from
extra, and the Henry Spears, a colorod brake
man who was standing on the front ear of the
extra, fell, or attempted to jump from his posi
tion on to the rear of the passenger i nr. The dis
tance whs too great and tho poor man fell in
front of the heavily freighted train, ltoth his
leg were cut oft" near tho thighs, his head was
crushed to a jelley and his body horribly man
gled. As soon ax the accident was discovored
and the train brought to a stand. Conductor
Ault returned to the necnc with Dr. Kistine,
who was on tho pa-enger train, who cxauiln ed
tho rornainsjmly to Und that life was extinct.
Conductor Ault brought the remaias to this
nity and g.ive thoiii In charge of Mr. Spears'
Mr. Spears wa a very . sober, faithful man,
careful and attentive to hh duties, .hist how
he came to loose his footimr. or whether ho
jumped from the car can ntvar bo known.
The City Ouneil met last night, Mayor Van
Gilder In the chair, and n full hoard present.
The Mayor called the attention of the Board
tp tho financial condition of the city, ond urged
the prompt collection of the taxei which were
necessarv for the payment of outriding bills
and making further improvement".
The regular rotitlno was gone through when
Alderman Swan offered the following ordi
Jlf,U "'l1'. hthc rtud AMtrtnen
of t" City ,,f Knoxville, That all ordinances
croatihg privileges known as hucksters' license,
be, and the same aro hereby repealed.
A. vote was taken and lost, when much dis
cussion ensued on tho subject ; whereupon.
Alderman Mitchell moved a reconsideration of
the matter, and after further discussion h was
carried and passed first reading.
A motion to suspend the rales was lot.
Policeman Parker, who wa appointod -to
confer with the fire companies, reported that
their choice for chiefs of the Fire Department!!
First, Col. A. S. Mariner; second, Capt. R. M.
The matter was left to the Firo Committee for
report at the next meeting.
Aldermen Henderson and Mitchell were ap
pointed a special committee to designate thelino
of tho street near Mrs. Steole's residence.
On yesterdey at eleven o'clock a stranger had
his poeket-book stolen from him at the depot,
containing aheut He was a German, we
of. lformed, aad had arrived the day previous.
I lie facts as noar as we could losrn them are ns
IIoh"fl l"whaed some apples from
a little boy, and after paying for them, laid
down his poeket-book while he put away the
iippltw, and after he had done so went to put tip
his money, when it was nowhere to bo t junrl.
Suspicion rested on a colored man named .lake
Uobinson, who had been stiur by him, and
had left rather suddenly. OflhW Jvnys, who
was on duty at the depot, at once started in pur
suit and overtook him on Broad strer . and
searched him thoroughly, making him poll off
L...-.1-, uui no money whs loiiud, and the pre
sumption is that if ho took tho manor he con
cealed it in the yard at the railroad sl'isms.
Knbinson was taken to tin calnboo.- - and
locked up for several hour-, hut no one appear
ing against him, and there being no direct proof
against him, ho was discharged.
Ke.il lXiale Mole-.
On veaterday the auction hell ill front of the
court homo proclaimed that b vendue was about
to tako place, and soon the volco of our Fall
staillan friend, P. Shropshire, wa hoard, offer
ing for sale the MeXitlt property, on Main
street, occupiod by Mr. Ault as a residence,
which, after spirited bidding, was knocked
down to Col. J. M. Thornburgh for1 $3,100.
Tho next lot oflcrcd had a front of I7J feet on
Main street alsoa partof the JleNutt proporty,
now occupiod by P. M. Williams, Ksn,., and
was purchased by that gentleman for $2,.1C0.
A pair of iron-groy match carriage, horsoa
wero offered by Mr. Akers, but thoro being no
b'uldors tho sale was postponed.
Tlio following resolutions complimenting
Judge Hall and Attorney General Thornburgh
wore pasted by the Criminal Court Grand
Regained. That we. tli, undoriined. flmnil
Jurors for the Criminal Court of Kiiox cuunty,
hereby tender our must aincure thanks to liis
Honor Judge M. L. Hall. tiNo (i. .!. M. Thorn
burgh, Attorney General, forth- i.tnd and con
siderate treatment received t the'r hands dur
ing the tetm of tho Criminal Court Just ended
at this place.
Wmf. Tint the Mnowille Chronicle ho
furnished with a copy ol't'.ie-a pa-ccodings with
a request to publish.
W. H. Swan, Foreman ; J. M. Murphy, Hor
atio W. Wnlfcer. X. Burger, C. W. Carnas, J.
M. Ford, M. 1). Lee Peter Johnson, W. W.
Dunn. P. M. George, John Chumlea, Jion. J.
Hartley, W. H. Cartor.
A JJiy Stnhlied liy Ids N'-'.i-ikliiiKte.
The Chattanooga Time of ;, esterdav, ifivos
the following accouut oi'a oicurrenco in
that city on Tuesday .fu-i'ii :
"Jut before school time, the laiys who at
tend Prof. AldchofTs sc!. d were amusing
themselves by scnflllng and throwing each othor
down in tho usual manner of boys, and Fritz
Lindemau and .Mat linger were at the bottom
orthe heap. hen the bell i.i-i - for school at
li f. St.. the boys started for i.e school room,
when linger tollowod Llieb inan and -tabbed
him in tlui back. Lindemau weni home, and
died at tt o'clock Ih night. Young Liiidemsn
was the nsphew of H. C. Liiidrmnn, and was
about l!! years old. Rogers i the son of Wm.
Rogors, lata Deputy .Sheriti' of the countv, and
is about Hi years old. Hi father gave 'bail to
the amount of &1,()0 for hi wppoaraiicij to-day.
The Air J.lnr.
We are pleased to I
Virginia and Trim
learn that freights on the
nnt-Ssse .!. l.il.e nre lriukiiii.
A considerable amount ol'e itou is passing
road, and tho nro-iivei for hieiw
iitiiKiun ijiis winter are vorv euoillMgllig.
Tho Kast Teniif.'ee. Vtrgiiiin and Georgia
Railroad Company are not going to bo behind
any other of the conn-cliii link of roads com
prising the Air Line. New freight cars arc
turned out from their -hop uvury week, engiuis
put in thoroUL'h onl r. mid the road bed nut in
lis good repair as pusdbln.
V Kensomilile l-roiwisitloit-Ot ln Will lie-
Aro tboro not tlireu hundif..l men In tilt, i-liv
of Knoxville who will give ten dollar each lis
stock in our Fair (irouiids, and huh hundred
who will give five dollar, ouch Now, this is a
small matter, .vet in the icrmvuatt it will
amount to $lt,ob0, an amount which we now
need to pay off a pressing debt which must be
met. Gentlemen, meet us on this pr,ip,itlou,
aud we can wade riijht (u-omA.
t . V. t II Mlt.rn.-t, .-l v., i.
lumej Wrisrhf a Mi-nip'.. ;' . . ,
killed by hi I iu-,.iu.lu ,. i, "j , r,
tho other lay.
Y , i0 KMI5KK 0, 1870.
Knn-arelle MHllroud Mnn.
I ho ikTnyor of Montgomery, Alabama, has
w ritten a congratulatory letter to tho Mayor of
Nashville, on the nattering prospect of the
early completion of tho new line of railroad
communication between tho two cities. The
lino Is under the supervision of Major Camp
bell Wallace, well known throughout this sec
tion as one of tho most efficient and onqrgotlc
railroad men to bo found anywhere.
Railroad freights have been very heavy
during this week, beginning with twenty-six
car loads on Monday morning. The drays aro
all employed, but cannot deliver the goods as
fast as they arrive. Tho freight Is altogether
merchandise, and comes diroot to tho parties
ordering it. There has boen loss freight for
commission houses than formerly, but this is
more than made tip by regular merchandise.
Tho notorious John Murphy, on the first
Monday of this month broke jail at Livingston,
Overton county, Tennessee. The Sheriff of
Overton intended bringing him to Blount coun
ty at the ending of the term of Court then in
session, but hi eseapo caused that officer to
meditate on the want of wisdom in counting his
ch tokens while they wore only eggs.
Thero will be a concert gireu atTurncr'sHaU
on Thursday night of next week, the proceeds
of which are to be applied for the benefit of the
German Lutheran Church. Some of the best
musical talont in the city is engaged for tho oc
casion, aud the lovers of music may expect a
rare treat. We bespeak a crowded house in i. d
of this worthy enterprise.
Equitable 1,1ft. Aatmi-ance Koeletj .
Wo are informed that Capt M. 1). Bearden
and H. C. Tarwater, Kaq., have boon appointed
goneral agents for the above named organiza
tion. The Society is fortunate in securing the
services of such gentlemen, who will doubtless
uso their influenco towards making the merits
of the company known to the citizens of this
Murder in Kiittiei'Amt t'onuity.
Tho Murfreosboro' .Uoniro,- auytUflR' Samuel
K. Lawin was brutally murdered in Itutherford
county last week, by four negroes. The murder
seemed to have been don" in retaliation for
threats made against an old colored man named
Reeso McKnight, by Lawin, who wns drunk at
the tlnio, and also at the time when he was
Yesterday the case of Andy Williams, color
eu. convicted of the murder of Adolplio
jcuiscne, in .Hamilton county, in 1807, for
which crime he was convicted and sentenced to
be hung, was disposed of. Ho was sentenced to
he hung on the 16lh of December. This was an
appeal to tho Supreme Court nnd the opinion
rendered by Chief Justice Nicholson.
Tho North and .South Alabama Railroad from
Montgomery to Limekiln (Galena) will bo com
pleted, it is supposed, about tho loth inst. This
lino connects with tho Solma, Rome nnd Halton
rnilroad, and, in connection with the Knst Ten
nessee. lrginiii and Georgia road, is tho
shortest routo from tho South to Now York and
other Northern cities.
Yc'crday, a llttlo daughter of Mr. James M.
King lorrificd her grandmother by picking up
u live garter snake and starting into the house
wilh '.t. Tho child had been playing witli tho
roptilo nnd a kitten for some time beforo n
know ledge of the character of hor pets was as
certa'nod. Norway Oats.
Mi isrs. Hough nnd Church oiler these celo
brnt d Onts to tho farmers of this section. They
aro s.. well known that anything we might say
woui I lie superfluous. See their advertisement
pub! -lied in this iiie.
Th Directors of the Knoxv'lle and Ken
lucky Railroad Company held n meeting at the
office oftlie oomiiany in this qity, at which Qol.
C. M. McGheo "was unanimously cho-en us
President. The salary of the President was re
duced from JsOOO to $2,000.
ICiiilroitd Itrclptis laid Disbursements.
Tho following -tatemont of receipts nnd dis
bursements on the Knoxville and Kentucky and
Knoxville and Charleston railroads, we clip
from the Nn-divilk' Manner:
Khu.ci Vie ml i nfxrl i, Receipt from Sop
tomber Kith. li!i. to September 30th. 1870,
f7,5tl!7 31 ; disbursement for tlie miiuo time,
73, IW 20.
Knoxville and ChurUnton. Receijts from De
cember lt, 1800, to Septomber BOtli, 1870,
$l-'.tlr'S Jo; disbursements during the same
time. .S!.i,.iV -ID.
In tearing down Sriith & DsiUy't livsry
stsble, a large settlemantof rats wers dissovsred
The Athca I'ont says the rsil of Cane Crek
Aeadsmy pinbrscts the names of one htindrod
and forty-eight pupils.
The hunters alone tha Chilhovren meuntaias
have ommencsd aatine venison. Dr have
been unusually abundant since the war.
The enterprising farmers on the south sida of
MrMinn have another large crop of an hogs
for the fall market.
The Athens W, Cleveland lianntr, and
Chat anonga Time are seeing who can outvie
in tin size nf swart potatoes in their respective
The Celebrated Ciiiili Ntove, I'llslilou,
Combine all tho modern iuiprovrments, wjth
tho largest oven, and the finest design pattern
of any stove ever r fibred in this country; great
economy in fuel, and reduction in price. Hold
by Hole & DePue, 10ft Gay street, Knoxville.
Deputy ShuriiVJno. Gibbs urrcttoil It. H,
Defreeze yesterday, on a capias from tho Su
prune Court and committed him to jail to await
hi trial for robbery.
The winio otiioer arrested Hulda ISottlee for an
infraction of the laws in regard to retuiliug. She
was brought, all blu-hinir. to the bar ,,f ln.ti,-..
ui ..il .i . ,
' ' I
' i Ii-
iHlsIuip nt Jtoclisvooil.
The Kingston Rati TiHHMHtem says that ,i
serious mishap occurred nt Rockwood sevetal
tesrs ago. From some cause or other the idling
ef the furnace caved In. This uiifbrtuinte o, -purrence,
wo are told, will necessitate to rebuild
ing, and tho consciiuent suspension of work un
til April next.
I.cttcrs HeniulnluK; in the Unoxvllle Iost
Olllro, Aoveinliei' T, 1STO.
Persons cslline for t lies letters will t-lsase say "Ail
vnrtlseil," ami tlve th ilafo of this. list.
Jfnot wiled for within enementh they will m sent
to Iho Dead Letter Office.
Alexaailtr, Nancy (col) 2
Abernstliy, Jos 1,
Roh or, Mrs Kllssbotk
Qelwell, Job a
Olisrles. J M
CoU, MIm (Sreline
rtorUon, Miss llunnull
On Both, C J
1 aynes. Mrs Amanda
Henderson, Mrs K 1)
oestr, John '
.laoksoD. K U
Johnson, Mrs Jllllio
MtXutt, (Ino A
Murphy, J V
(Well, 11 1)
OdeU, W T
Tarter, Mist Amelia
llob.rU.JI Its Ullen(eol)
Kiithrftrjl, G A
Seslcs, Mrs A1
gsvan, Miss Kpllie
gultivaa. X A
Smith, Mrs Mary (e,.
aiiBders, Mrs 11
Tall), Rev Thoints H
Lyons, Hot Kd
Mundlng, A I.
Ail vert Is4hb.
A man who cannot afford to advertise, cannot
afford to do bit9iiio.-s. A merchant prince said
truly that a person investing ono dollar in any
.kind of business, should spend a dollar in adv. r
tising that business.
Resays for Young Men oa Social Evils, ami tlio
propriety or iinproi-rioty of getting Mnrriwl. with
sanitary help for tlioso who feel uufitted fnr matrimo
nial happiness. Sent free, in sealed eiivcloiics, Ad
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, llox V. I'lillodil
t'hla. l'a. seutZl-dswSm
Xi:v Vouic, Nov. o. The bank stuto-liii-ut
shown the follovi!f :
Loaim Imve dtHironfcil nvtr $1,600,000,
Specie lias hicretused over &l,V'.jO,000. Io
posita Imvo inureuised more tlmii $2,000,000.
Tlie circulation has (Iccrcn&etl neariv a00,
OW. Ltiul tenilcta lmve increuued '$1,000,
001). Wall stroet ih quiet.
Gold opened iitt l.103, reuchcd$l.H)4 "nil
Tin- '1'rensin-or lmn paid $o,o0t),ooo nitor
o.t hIuc-i Novuinlicr Iht.
Nj:w Yohic, Nov. 7. Gold was not nar
llcitliii ly ticlivo to-dtiy. l opened at $1.10,
"'Ivuiii'eil to Sl.lOj, .mil cloK-il Hleadyat
Oovcniineiit s-ueuritlts aro ttcutiy. Tliuy
openuil ut ii low juk-c for iill fi-20n cxii-pt,
OSs, which opened strong, but declined 1
l-itnU tlui-ing tlio day. Sixett aro very
Tho following aro tho honil quoIatloiiH :
Os, Rij; 02i, 8j; tlln, 7J: (J5h, 74; now.Ojj 07s,
Of; 08s, 0; 4ft., Oj. Veniw., 01; new?, 001
as., (UI; now, 0-1; Ltw.,70; now, 70; levees,
-; .Si, SO; AIsh., 101; oh, 70; (Jus., (in, SO:
7, 90; N. Cas., -10; now, 27; S. Cas., 87:
Kimxvllle Wholesalo Market.
Jleview of Urn Produce Mnrkelfor lite tnek
ending Kovcmhcr 7, 1S70.
K.voxvillk, XoToniber 7, 1W0.
There lias boen no la.iteihil olinnio in tlio urmlm-n
trade during the past week. exoi.t an inereused tie
inand for wheat and oats, with prices luuiaininca
Some interest is manifested by fanners in tho onon-
ing iiork market. (Jood hogs oan be bought at 7 oeuts
sross. but pankcrs do not show much disposition to
operate. Tho- season is unusually fmo for tho ma
turity and gathering of eorn crop. We hope and ex
pect to see this grain put upon the market la gooj
Wiirat is readily taken at 95M.0O for prime white,
ifitWOe. fur red, as to quality, and WKSW for Walkor or
Amber, as to quality.
Corn Too ourly for shipment. A limited local do
mainl at 60e. If wo oan get a material reduction In
freights, wo will havo a large ik-mand troia tho South.
Tlio present high railroad tarill' will turn orders to the
Oat.s In ilomaml at 3Ck!M.1o. looses snokoil In depot
by carload 42(i-i5c.
I'louh bimitoU supplv, The local trailo is suppllod
nt S2.75tt3.(iO pcrsack. Tho shipment of this article to
tlio feouth will depend much upon railroad freights.
litcoN Supply about exhausted, closes out at high
prices, owing to tho scarcity of tho article Knrly ou
ring will meet a icady salo at lull prices, hut prices
will rulo low next summer. No transactions for want
IiAim Nothing doing, This artlcie will bo in de
mand early in the incoming season.
Fkatiikiis Fair demand at 00G05o.i for prime mixod
IlCTTEB ltetter minnlv. BBl.
tOOS ITorllll oyisc
Packed for shipment 20s
t Dbikp I'udit Dull. Pared apples 3Q3Ko.;
laisit 1'OTAToH.s Largo shipping varlctios readily
taken at Cite, tier bushel,
Ukkkx Arri-Ki Well selecteil, lurge. smooth apples
are wonted at toJfSOc. per bushel, forshipmont.
Duiir CAirLK-Our butchers oontlnuo to pay 2K3c.,
Mutton AVorth S2.OW3.00 ner head.
I'ouk ltooa Noniiiml. It is thought CTa.i
will bo paid for early slaughtering.
Knoxville Ilctnll Mnrkui.
Aiiilns-iiried.-...t'-5 TK banl.tdb iiV
green,. smsM.itiini. iuoiassos, gn ...oTJ
MM SI), Mu..l .. . sM.
..pwa. 'ftt, Jle,,! new bus
llcef on hoof
Onndles, V H..
im;)T. UttlS, ri uus
1Uh " Vwt 7(K 75
'i?-a3i) Peas stock, t bus 50 CO
-JAVn, l-.Minl...u . .Uli.ll.n..M n..
Cotton YHrns,Vdos.!lSjl lllre. ,...: J.Z "mi V
Cops. nw ......Mk4 bu Sugni inislied. TSlt. pt
Clllekeiw eui..'i as2ft " exirti C 1s..tu17U!
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