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THE PKOSPKCTS FOR XOYKMBEU.
A Ucriutui lienicoriitlc Prediction.
Tholsow York Staals Zcilung, tho lend
ing German Democratic paper in tho
United States, of the November election
If the "Liberal" press did not endeavor
to intentionally deceive and belle itself
and its readers, it would, instead of Insist
ing thnt tlio elections which have been
-held were no measure by whlcu estlmnto
tho opinion of tho people, nnd particularly
tho result of tho November elections, nd
mlt tho tniOHtnte of atl'alrs, which consists
in this : Tho Ronubllcan nartv develoned
a greater strength at these elections than it
has done for years, and the small defection
of tho Liberals is nioro than repaired by
Democratic votes, and tho fusion party not
only has not becomo stronger than tho
Democratic, but considerably weaker.
Tho prediction which wo made as early
as tho first part of May. that if tho Grant
Greeley dilemma remained, Grant would
not only bo elected by a greater majority
than it 1808, but with so splendid a majori
ty as but few Presidents hnvc yet received,
and that Greeley would prove one of the
most disastrously defeated Presidential
candidates known in the history of tho
United States, will bo fulllllcd. .
Mil. BOllKSON'S CAMl'AKIN IN XKW YOH1C.
Secretary Robeson has returned, nnd
brings accounts of most enthusiastic He
publican demonstrations in those portions
of Now York Stato where ho has spoken.
Tho Republicans whom he has met have
no doubt whatever of the success of tho Re
publican ticket, State and national. They
are now working to beat tho majority in
THE CITY OK NEW YORK.
Tho friends of tho administration hero
express tho greatest satisfaction witli tho
reported nomination of Mr. Havemeycr
last night by tho Republicans for Mayor
of New York city. The choice is regarded
as tho wisest that could have been made,
and they aro encouraged to hope for u suc
cessful contest with all corrupt factions
, against him. Wash. Cor. JV". Y. Times.
THE LADIES DON'T LIKE AM)Y.
H'licy Kxprcss Their Opinion of (lie Trio.
Redfleld writes to the Cincinnati Com
mercial from Clarksvillo and Humboldt
about what he saw at tho joint speaking
They think a "radical" has teven horns
and split hoofs, at least one would infer so
from their remarks about Mr. Maynard.
KromJHumboldt ho writes thus:
After the speaking, to-day, I heard some
ladies "kIvIuk their experience," as it
"I would be for Mr. Johnson," said one,
if ho did not pitch into tho rcbelx. it
eems as though ho wants to tfirow tho
blame of the war all on our side."
"That's my objection to him," put in
"And mine," said another.
"I was opposed to the war when it first
catno up," said tholirst, "aud told my sons
to keep out of it; but when Tennessf o got
into it, I told them to go and light for
their State. I gave them up cheerfully,
for I thought it was every man's duty to
defend his native State from invasion."
They listened with attention. From
what I could gather from fragments of
disjointed discourse at intervals between
the speeches, they thought Johnson was a
liaudsomo man, Cheatham a brave man,
and Maynard a wicked old Radical. It
was suggested by mic of Maynard's friends
that ho was a member in high standing of
the Presbyterian Church.
"Oh, mercy, you don't say so?"
"Certainly : iio is well thought of in
Knoxvillc, wliero he lives."
" Then how enn he bo such a Radical
Maynard's friend gave It up. Tho idea
that a man can not be a Christian and a
Radical Is a deep-rooted belief in the
minds of ninny.
A local baud opened up the ceremony
with Dixie. I wish a law was passed that
Dixie could not bo played for a year and a
dny, so that tho bands in this sunny clime
would have to learn something else. Not
to use slang. I think tho tunc is ouotit
Xnst at Work.
Troui a New York letter.)
On a visit to Harpers' Publishing House,
I found this genius of the pencil in the
midst of his work, tracing on wood a car
toon for the coming Weekly, He receives
visitors kindly, is afFablo ami genial In
conversation, apparently unconscious of
'he fame ho has won. His personal np
pearance is not particularly striking ; ho
is of medium hight; has an exceedingly
pleasant face, with a decidedly Hebrew
east of countenance. Ho says ho is con
stantly besieged by people who have their
personal axes to grind, and wish him to
use his talent for tho purposo of personal
gain ; but ho devotes himself to Harpers',
for which ho is paid S500 a week. While
encaccd in conversation with him. one of
his own productions was brought in by one
.of tho workmen completed ready for tho
printer. The device is llrst traced on wood
.ly the arlK, and then it Is given to others
to cut. Tlio result of the lato elections
have given material for unusual attrac
tions, which Nast is never slow to make
tell, and which he has used for the coming
week with more, If possible, than his usual
How Ki-piihllciMi 3f hiiiikc.
The result of Republican rule and an
-iioneKt administration of ail'alrs Is thus
stated with regard to two States :
"Iowa, onoof tho stauncliest of tho lie
publican States, aud ono that lias been uu
ler Democratio rule less, wo believe, than
jmv other State, Is entirely out of debt, and
liasa lnruocnsh balancoin the Treasury. So
much for the 'Radical thieves."' Chicago
"Indiana is an illustration of the same
Republican tendency to pay oil debts and
huvo money, in nmo years oi Kepunuean
iiower. brokon by two of Deinocraeie ob
struction and attempted repudiation, sho
paid oil' SI 0,000,000 of public debt, whilo
the Democracy, In fourteen years of pow
er, paid nota dollar of it, and in 1U las
lour years oi power tncrcascu mo ueu
nearly two millions nnd a half of dollars
Tho Republicans gave her a surplus half a
million, which theDeinocraey tjavo to its
Stato Treasurer to rualce money for hlsown
pocket IiuUamipttbi Journa'.
WHO WlUi BE ELECTED.
Noiiio I'iKttrcN I'rtini Clienllimn I'npor.
The " Wllr Nnrrncnniiclt" J.ootnlnp; Up.
Tho Athens Pout Is Tor Cheatham, but
Ivlns is a candid, innocent old soul and
wouldiAlt heartlessly nwaken hopes In tlio
"Radical" breast, that ho knew were to bo
so soon dashed to tho ground. Hero aro
his figures :
In tho aggregate vote of the counties
comprising lower East Tennessee name
lv. Loudon. Monroe. McMinn. Meius,
Polk, Bradley, Hamilton, James, Marlon,
Bledsoe, Rhea and Sequatchie General
Cheatham will beat Mr. Johnson at least
i.',000. Now, wo havo 11,000 votes, or say
12,000, in tho rest of East Tennessee, to bo
divided between them. Of this number
wo think it is fully safe to say Gen. Cheat
ham will rccelvo 4,000, or one-third of tho
larger llgurc, leaving Mr. Johnson 8,000
with which to enter lower East Tennessee,
where ho is reduced 2,000. So that tho
verv best that wo can do is to t:et him to
the top of tho Cumberland 0,000 ahead of
cneatnani. wnero wo aro assured mo lat
ter will meet him with a majority of ',
000. We think these figures in regard to
Kast Tennessee are liberal towards -ur.
But where is our old ante-bellum Whit:
friend, Horace Maynard, all this time?
What Is ho about? Ills more sanguine
partisans say they can i?lve him "o.OOO
votes. Will they dolt? Wo think not-
and that the estimate Is too high by fi.OOO
at least. Brownlow went out of .bast Ten
nessee nt his Inst election with 10.900 votes.
or 2,101 moro than Wlsener got against
isrown in IH7U. juaynnnrn vote in I'.ast,
Tennessee will not likely fnll below 20,
000 it may reach 22,000, or 4,000 more
than Johnson and Cheatham's combined.
We havo no data as to Maynard's strength
in Middle ana west Tennesse, but reason
ably infer that it will prove equal to
Brownlow's last vote, which would run
him about 70,000. One other remark if
Mavnard should tret anvthlm near 70.000.
tho man that beats him will havo to beat
his other competitor at least 20,000 votes
Wo can't figure it out any other way, nnd
pass tlio slate to tlio reader lor urn, cxami
Tlio Union and American says :
A ircntlemau in this city showed us yes-
terdny a prlvnto letter from Bolivar, in
Hardeman county, which cave tho follow
Ing estimate of tho vote for Congressman
nt largo m mat portion ot tno fctate :
Johnson. Cheatham. Mnymird
The writer of tho letter says nothing
indicate his preference, but simply gives
these estimates without comment.
Tho letters received by the Democratic
State Executive Committee ure of the most
encouraging character. They, as well as
our own letters, show clearly that the race
is between Cheatham and Maynard. Tho
came of biag which the Johnson men aro
playing is on too weak a hand. It will not
TH Wit CHIEFS -V JA (K.SOX.
A ClMMitliitm Account of I .
"We ylvc below a Cheatham account of j
the Jackson meeting, which would seem
to indicate there were some "radicals' in
Tho dispatch Is dated tho 10th :
Johnson's whole strength in this county
is in Jackson nnd the Eighth District.
Roth are, however, very largely, and
Jackson overwhelmingly, for Cheatham.
Gen. Cheatham will boserenaded to-night.
Johnson's reception was cool, not over six
persons meeting him. His friends were
greatly disappointed in the effect of his
speech. Maynard made a powerful
speech, nnd convinced tho people of the
necessity of standing by their organization
and its nominee. Tho Radicals were in
forco here, and helped to make Johnson
noise, and showed plainly their object to
(llvitio uy maKing n snow oi .lonnson
strength. Tlio Cheatham demonstration
hero was one ot mo granuesc ever in
From Cocke County.
r.wroit'r, Cocku County, Ti:nn.
Oct. '22, 1872.
EniTOits CiiuoNiciiK : Tho Electors for
tho first Congressional District, Messrs.
Singletary and Jarvis, spoke to tho citi
zens of this county to-day up this place.
Tho discussion was opened by Mr. Jarvis,
wlio occupieu ono nour. Tlio nuuience was
small, as it was not generally known
throughout tho county that wo were to
Mr. Jnrvis urgeu verysirongiy tnat uree-
ley aud Drown were tlio men lilted to beat
tho head of tho Nation for tho next four
years. Ho also louiul mucn fault with, tlio
acts oi uoncress smco tno war. jus leoi
ing was that tlio State government of Ten
nessee liau oecn a wonuenui success in mo
hands of Drown, as tho Stato debt had
been so largely reduced by tho selling of
railroads and tlio leasing ot the penitent!
ary. At tho close of his speech there was
one man lu tlio House wnoupniaudcu mm
Ho was followed by Slngletary who
made ono of his best and most tellin
speeches, with which tho Republicans of
tins county were very nigtuy pleased.
Morton in Indiana.
A correspondent of tho Cincinnati Com
mcrcial (Greeley) traveling through In
diana. relates conversations of this style:
"Aro you acquainted with Mr. Morton ?
and how Js ho since tho election?" was
asked me oln a breath. I replied that
no was well ami about to start on a speecn
making tour In Illinois. "An1 ho'll niako
a speech." was tho commentary
"There'll bo no foolin' about it. He don't
waste nny words, and he Is like a fellow
tnat mnues the chins llv every licK."
From them and others I gathered that
SenntorMorton is on tlio top-most wove of
popularity as iar as mat section.oi inuiatia
is concerned. Ho is considered the great
est leader of the Republican nartv. and the
smartest mnn in America. Anv nbuse of
him is resented as a personal injury.
i . a- -
Aucjusta. Mn.f Oct. 5. There are
number of cases of h'orio malady here; ono
StovcK nnd Tlmvnrc.
Hoxsie & DePuc
Tho greatest wonder of tlie ngo Is tlio unbounded I c-
cc mm unimraucica popularity or the Stovo
i i 1 i i 1 1 .I
.tLKCADY OVKIt 22, 000
Of tho cclebrntcil Stovo
F A S H I O N,"
ilnvo lecn told.
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ever introduced in this Market. Call nnd examine
uii stove biioro you uuy.
ea. Special attention given to
Koon.vt; xsn outtekixg.
All work warranted. Sold by
110XSIE X DnPUE,
No. 100 (lay Street. Knoxvillc, Tenn,
New Stove and Tin House.
n. C. HAWKINS. J. R. MITT
HAWKINS & BOTT,
(Ono door south of P. M. Williams',)
liiio.wiltc. To nit
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STOVES, GRATES, PUMPS
WOODEN WAKE, HOLLOW WAKE.
Ami EIoiikc FtiriilHliliig (.nods.
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware,
Galvanized Iron Cornico and Window Cat.
3 Special attention (riven toJob Work, such as
TIN HOOFING, GUTTEKING, Ac.
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'PHll GREAT NATIONAL PAKTY OF 1672 HAS
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Thil candidate has served tho country for years, siv-
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Its runninaitualltics insure victory In every contest
It receives the support ol tholadles everywhere, and
is more popular man
Grvniit ox Grechjy,
In the canvass cow being nude.' It It ready to tpeo
for Itself in every family in tho land. .
Olllco. 102 fljy street. Knoxvllle. Tenn.
o u'idow-wll H. V. XSOV.t,, Acnt.
Heal Estate Agent.
Attorncj ftt ConToynnccr,
And CommlnioEir of Deeds lor Mirhui r., Ohio, Oeor
ii , Massachusetts, etc., etc.
Real Estate of Every Description
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Through nctlvo ond responsible cones pendent, 1 can
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Abstracts of title carefully prepared,
Ker.ting. care and lcanatemcct of Keal Eetatoniaili
a tre ciality.
Dp(1h. Mortgages and other paperB relating
to Jleal instate promptly aim
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STREETS NOBT1I KN0XV1LLE.
CHARLES SEYMOUR'S Olllce.
Storo Houso on Market Square.
Laruo House. Lot andStcblo on Depot street, offered
for only 12 a month.
First Class I'roiierty for Sale.
Handsome residence on Church street.
Larco Lot nnd Frame Dwelling on tho best part of
Brick Dwelling, new' and handsome, on ono of our
best streets ; hlgli, airy location in good neighborhood.
nilflTnn PAKM. .m7 acres. 4 miles from tho city, on
good road, Icvtl land, largo dwelling, fino irult, fclij
FARM of ICO acres. 4 miles from Knoxvillc. build
ings poor, land good and on good road.
K.trm. 1D0 acres, lariro new building. 3'A miles from
town on Bivcr; good road, orchards, spring.
fiHOICR TRACTS OF FROM 300 TO 6000 ACRES
in the Cumberland plateau,
Large Tracts of Land in the Unaka Mountains.
COPPER AND IRON ORES.
All interested in tho purchasing of Real Estoto aro
invited to call or write. No charge ior inlormation,
FARMS NEAR KlfOXVIZLE.
Farms in all parts of Eafct Tennessee.
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end ollering great inducements to nil intending to cross
TICKETS TBOM ANY CITY IN EUROPE DI
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remitted to any ran ot ureal urttain or ucrmany.
COPIES OF THE EAST TENNESSEE
REAL ESTATE REGISTER
PIITfNIRIIP.n ON APPT.TtlATTmr. Tht. V.
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CUUIU1UH UQECriJiUUUB HUU l(lCCO Ul UUDUrCUS Ol prOPeT
ties, and much valuablo information about East Ten
Drills and Jlctllclnes
THE ROMANCE OF CURE.
The mnny evidence of extraordinary cures tli.it aro
umir reported as ctloctcil tlirotiBh
lto ady llolicf, and Perfect Burgatlve l'llls In written
testimonials lrom nil parts of tho world, surpass hi
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rnysician nnu nicuieai men in nil countries pronounco
these wonderlul remedies n mvsterv. Hint nnlilifiriliflp
(plcnco of analysis or chemical skill can explain. True.
iiicso mcuicines cucci mo most marvelous cures, ana
restoro tho dylnc to llfo, and rcllovo tho most wretched
paln-suD'cring victim of his torturo. in lrom one to
twenty minutes, and nltliuush they know some of the
Ingredients ui their compoitlon, and Dr. Kidwayhas
imblished their formula fwlthhnltllnir nnlr twn tiwtv
discovered roots) still both French, (lerinan, Engllsfi
nnu American cucmisti nnu pnarmaceutists utterly lall
with tho tamo Ingredients in prepared by them. Tho
great success wnieii meso wonderlul remedies are con
stantly nclilevlng, lies In tho great secret ol comblnint:
tho ingredients together alter exercising due caro In
selecting tho pure nnd genuine roots,
Such wonders of Modern Ohemlstrr m tlio SA11RA-
UILI.IAN 1( ESOLVENT. BEADY BELIEF & BAD-
iVAl 'a l'llil.S. nrfi without imrnllel In tho hl.trtrv nf
medicine, lor there aro somo infirmities and diseases
that are considered as incurable, nnd suro death. Yet
tno most astounding cures liavu been made tnrougli
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VUnBUAU'llUN, hUUUl' UliA, W1IUK SV Klili-
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Bright's Disease of tho Kidneys that havo been pro
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tho Bladder, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers and Sores
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ed by tho BEADY BELIEF und i'lLLS.
Palsy. Paralvsis. Dnv (lAsnnnyR thnt thrrntinR a
living death tinily rotting away of tho limbs and flesh
Diabetes, involuntary Discnargo of Water. Fungi in
tho Bladder (tho Emperor Napolcn'a disease). Tortur
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GOUT, NEUBALOIA each and everyone m those
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in ono word, any disease no matter under what
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LIAN B ESOLVENT.
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for bear In mind, only such diseases nnd complaints as
Dr. Badwoy, after successful treatment with their rem
edies knew they would cure, wero enumerated in their
curativo list, so that many of the extraordinary cases
mat uavo uccn reported awnxencd ns mucn astontrn
mcnt in tho discovery of their remedial agents us in
thoso who hnd been rescued from death, and mad'
As many persons discredited their extraordiuat
nower. lrom tho fact of their dlsnnnolntmentln theusa
of other advertised remedies and F imu believed it
impossible foreimplo mcuicines niadu only lrom vcg
tablcsubstances roots, herbrAc should possess suci
marvelous power. Yet thcy'cun readily comprchena
that tho rimido urasccs of the licld. alter undergoing
tho chemical process of distillation designed by naturo
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tainly tho meet abundrnt lat, calorio or heat-making
bone, tl'suc, muscle, sinew and blood-making con
stituents for tho human body.
But when thoso peoplo who first doubt tho efficacy of
theso remedies commence their use. they become their
most earnest advocates.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURED.
Never has a medicine taken internally been knowa
to havo cured tumors either of tho womb, uteri, ova
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tho liunds of experienced surgeons; hut Dr. Radwuy'a
SarEaparlllian settles this ciucstion. For it has cured
over twkxtv persons ot uvaeian utsts and xcmcirs
as well as Tumors in tho bowels, uterus, womb, liver.
Dropsical Etiusion. Ascites, and Calculus Concretions.
A3 l.Ml'UU'1'AXiiX JjUlTJiK
from a prominent gentleman and rcsidcntof Cincinna
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IO-.W 10RK, uct. litll, lblO.
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urethra asalso intlamtattion ot tho kldnevs and blad
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bed tried a number ol physicians, nnd had takcnularco
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ing been made by your remedies; and somo tour months
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of tho Lungs, Sore Threat, Difficult Breathing,
Palpitation ot the llcurt, Hysterics. Croup,
Dipthcria, Catarrh, Influenza, Head
ache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheu
matism, Colds, Chills,
Tbo application of tho Beady Relief to tho part or
parts where the pain or difficulty exists will aflord case
'20 Drop in a half tumbler of Water
' Will, in a few minutes, cure
Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick
lleaduvhe. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic,
Wind in tho Bowels,
And all Internal Pains.
Trnvelors should always carry n bottlo of RadwayV
Relief with them. A few drops lu water will prevent
sickness or painsfrom chango of water.
It is better than French Brandy or Bitters ns a Etim
ulant. FEVER xVlVI) A.Gr LEE.
Fever and Ague Cured fort Fifty Cents.
There Is not a remedial agent inlliis world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and all that iMularious, Bilious,
Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow and other levers (aidod by
hadway's Pills) so quick as Balway's Ready Bcllof.
50 cents per bottle.
Dr. Railway's Perfect Purgative Pills
Perfoctly tasteless, elegantly coated, for tho cure of
all disorders oft tho Stomach. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys,
Bladder, Nervous Diseases. Headache. Constipation,
Costivcness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bil
ious Fever, Inflammation ot the Bowels, Piles andal 1
dcrangrments of the internal Viscera, warranted o
effect a poiitivo euro.
Containing no Mercury, Minerals, ordctctcrlous drugs.
jr- Oberve the following symptoms resulting lrom
diseases of tbo digestive organs i Consumption, Inward
Piles, Fullness of th Blood in the Head, Acidity of tho
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust of Food, Full
ness or Weight in tho Stomach, Sour Eructations, SWk"
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of tie Stomach, Swimmme
of the bead, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation,
when In a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs before the Sight, Fever an! Dull Pain in the
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowp.css of the
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Chest, Limbs, and
sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. A 1
doses of Kadwat'b Pills will free the system from all
the above named disorders!
Price, 25 Cents per Box.
3 -iSOMs 11Y AU. liKUtltUKTH.
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RAD WAY & CO., 32 Warren, cor. Church Street. New
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