JUwbtHc OTcchln (ffljmntrlc, Mcbncstmn, Dfokmbtr li, $7Z.
THE GIANTS AT TULLAH03IA.
itlaynard Makes a Masterly Effort.
Andy Makes a Vigorous Defense of
ciicathnmltcs .Vols)- and Uncivil.
(Jlorloiis Prospects for Kcptibllcanlsm In
TUM.AIIOMA, Nov. 1, 1S72.
After HpciuliiiB a few days In the rural
districts, beyond the reach of railroads mid
telegraph, tlio "gintits" mndo their appear
anco hero to-dny. I pent this evening by
telegraph, a short sketch of tho discussion,
but as tho canvass is one of more than or
dinary importance, I presume tho readers
of the CiiHONici.i: will bo Interested In a
more extended notice. The audience was
not large, owing, perhnps, to the fact that
Hpeaklng hud been announced three days
previous and postponed too late to give gen
eral notice. This county is Gen. Cheat
ham's homo and ho was not present to Like
part in the discussion, though, in my judg
ment, a majority of the voters present,
numbering two hundred perhaps, were ills
personal and political friends.
Mil. MAYNAlUl'S Sl'KKClt.
At a little past twelve, Mr. Mnynard
opened the discussion and spoke two hours.
His speech was a model for force, high
tono and point, being interspersed with
rallies of wit which kept the audlenco in a
good humor, and occasional outbursts of
eloquence which drew his hearers in n
knot around him as close as they could
stand. Wlillo defending Grant's Admin
istration and the principles of the Repub
lican party with all tho vigor of his vigor
ous nature, not n word or syllable escaped
his lips calculated to give offense to the
most fastidious. Ho was listened to very
attentively, not being interrupted except
In a single instance by a Democrat who
monies right up to Mr. Greeley's standard
jf Democracy that is "to love rum and
hate niggers." He showed his love for
rum In every lineament of his filthy coun
tenance and indulged in horrid oaths
against the niggers. I would bet my bot
tom dollar on him being a faithful and ef
ficient member of the ktiklux klan. Mr.
Mnynard started out by drawing
A STRIKING I'AKAIjIjKIj
between tho policy of the grand old Whig
party and tho Republican party, which
part of his speech made the eyes of old
Henry Clay Whigs beam with delight.
The Whig party had favored a tariff,
which the Republican party has put in
force. Tho currency of the present day is
the currency advocated by old Whig lead
ers. Democracy had tried to render Clay's
name odiouB because he favored a bank
rupt law. A Republican Congress passed
the law and it was approved by his honor
able and distinguished competitor, ex
President Johnson. Xow, no one
seriously objected to it. The policy
which now prevails In connection
with the public lands was a favorite Whig
policy. Mr. Johnson had labored long for
a Homestead act, having succeeded in
passing it once, when It was vetoed by
.Buchanan and never became a law uut i
passed by a Republican Congress.
His defense of Republican principles
calls forth encomiums, even from extreme
Democrat. He said it had once been
thought impossible for a "Radical" to be
honest or "even good looking," and in
vited attention to the person of tho speaker
as evidence that the latter proposition at
least is incorrect. Alany mean things had
been charged against Radicals, it wm
said that they had set tho "niggers" free,
and then let them vote. The war hud
made some men mighty mad and they
were slow to recover good feelings. The
time once was. when to be a good Radical,
one had to miua; up his mind to
"Smile Ht Satan's raco
And face a frowning world."
But there 19 an improvement
Hor made against Grant was borrowed from
Sumner, and that Is that ho has been guil
ty of a "conglamerato misdemeanor." All
tho charges niado by Sumner did not
amount to so much as "killing a jay bird."
lie had been chargod with appointing his
relatives to office. Tho President's father
was appointed Postmaster at Covington,
Ivy., by his distinguished competitor, Mr.
.Johnson, and Grant had not turned him
out. His brother-in-law, Mr. Cramer, had
also been appointed by Mr. Johnson, and
transferred by Gen. Grant. Some charges
had been made against Mr. Cramer, all of
which had been proven untrue except two.
One of these was that he Is a Dutchman,
and the other thnt he Is a Methodist
preacher. He was guilty of both these. He
disposed of all the silly charges against the
President in such a way that none of his
auditors who arc sane believe thcro Ik any
weight in them.
He discussed in a masterly manner tho
question of our foreign relations as a result
of Grant's administration, tho financial,
questions, the President's Indian policy,
. OL'H CREDIT.
as now. No man of respectability who
has heard Mr. Maynard falls to think
better of him and tho party ho represents.
Ho deserves and will recolvo the support
of every Republlcau, and of thousands
who have not been noting with tho party.
From every county wo hear that tho party
vote will bo largely Increased. Let Re
publicans work for tho next forty-eight
hours, and then go to tho polls aud work
on Tuesday and his election is certain.
Rcpuqlicans of East Tennessee, stand by
the colors your champion has borne so
proudly from tho Virginia lino to the
Father of Waters, and victory is certain 1
awhile Democrats condchccnded to shake
hands with him, and now they even go so
far ns to sav. "how's vour wife and chil
dren." This political millcnium began at
Baltimore on the 11th of July. He here
read fiom tho Baltimore platform whero it
recognizes tho equality of all men before
the law The rum-loving and negro
hating individual above rererred to re
sponded, "that means tho d d negro."
Tho speaker responded, that man had not
heard of tho platform before. (Laughter.)
lie then alluded urietly to tho
lf'every man, woman, and child had
been civen a sheet of paper twelve mouths
ago and told to write the names of all the
nossiuio uemocratic candidates ior me
Presidency, not one of them would hav
thought of writing Horace Greeley. He
jraagined ho could see one of the leaders of
the nartv breakinir tho news of Greeley'
nomination to some unsophisticated, lion
est old Democrat, who always voted the
KraiKht ticKet, and whose religion con
Misted fu his hatred for abolitionism, an
who for convenience ho would call "1'ncl
Hilly. Tho leader would ride up
"Well, Uncle Billy, huve you heard the
"No, what Is it
"Oh wo had the biggest convention u
hero at Baltimore."
"Ah, who did they nominate
"Well I tell you uncle Billy, It was
"Well, who did they nominate?"
"Doolittle presided and all the big Dem
ocrats were there from nil over the coun
try, and tho bands played, anil wo had a
"Yes, but who is tho nominee?"
"Well r believe, ah his name is Gree
ley." "What! not Horace Greeloy?"
'Yes, I believe that is ills name."
"Not that old abolition newspaper
"Yes, I believe he did ouco edit an abo
rtion newspaper, but ho lias got over thut
now ; besides, you know, anything to beat
ciltANT and Tin: nuin:i.s.
He showed Grant's magnaininity to
wards the rebels how ho paroled thorn at
Vieksburg and allowed them to go to their
homes, and at Appomattox, allowlngthom
otako their horses to bo used in making
'op?. About tho only charge bis oonipet-
Ho dwelt eloquently on our public credit,
saying that tho very courage of the Con
federate soldiers had been made an ele
ment of strength thereto, as no nation
cared to havo trouble with a country that
could raise two such powerful armies as
thoso encaged in our lato conflict. We are
getting back to tho good old times when
asslons are ueing suuuued nna men's
udement Is taklnc their plaee. Ho was
no longer held up as a kind of "raw head
nnd bloody bones," with which mothers
frighten their children, merely because no
was a Republican.
TMIIUTE TO THE TjADIES.
A coodl v number of ladles were present,
to whom Mr. Maynard, in closing paid a
most eloquent tribute. Ho said lie would
rather havo tho support of ono good old
mother, who never went beyond the smoko
f her own chimney, than that oi a nan
dozen fellows who sit around town and
whittle sticks. (Applause.)
mk. Johnson's si'ekch.
Mr. Johnson then followed in a speech
f equal lencth. He indulged as usual in
using the pronoun of tlio first person sin
gular, in an extravagant manner. He
spent three-fourths of his time in discuss
ing conventions in general anu me one
that nominated Gen. Cheatham In particu
lar. He paid his respects to the Union
and American " tho Democratic organ "
and illustrated tho position of thoso who
professed to bo "regular nominees," by
telling how once upon a timo wnen (togs
were required to wear collars upon their
necks in Knoxville designating their own
ers, and Col. John H. Crozler had a collar
Inscribed for one of his canines, "I'm John
Crozier's dog, whose dog are you?"
Ho was exceedingly severo on Isham G.
Harris, saying that ho had peregrinated
through tho sonth with our state Treas
ury, where had " cracked the nut and took
out the kernel, returning us the hull and
other trash." He said hejhad borrowed
S20.000 each from the "Union and the
Planter's JianKs, ior wnicu no gave
his individual notes and paid them
after ho became President, which
money was used for tho relief of tho
destitute. Ho remarked In a -ery sarcastic
way, that he had not robbed bankss had
been done by some who were now pursu
ing him with so much vindictlveness. Ono
and a half millions of the school fund had
been taken away. Atthebeginnlngoftho
war the assets of the Bank of Tennessee
were worth ten millions nnd when the
war closed S400.000 had been returned. Ho
said he had been accused of seeking to
ARRAY THE;rICK AGAINST THE POOR,
but a Confederate Congress had been guil
ty of this when an act was passed exempt-
incr everv man rrom military service who
owned as.mnnv as twenty negroes. Ho
explained the Mrs. Surratt aflhir to his
own satisfaction, if not to the satisfaction
or his hearers and roioncd on xiarns ior
nermlttinir men to be hung and Imprison
ed in East Tennessee upon a mere biispi-
cion of having engaged in nruigo numing.
His (Johnson's nenhew had been arrested
aud imprisoned, being placed in irons at
tireeneviue, anu nan ueen iorcen 10 pang
Henchlo and Frv with his own hands.and
then to taKe a spade and miry mem. jtie
was particularly severe and truly eloquent
on this point.
Ho read from tho resolutions of a Demo
cratic convention in IbCS. to show that
some of tho men who are now trying to
make it appear that he is guilty of mur
dering Mrs. Surratt, had endorsed him In
tho strongest language. He then devoted
about thirty minutes to the discussion o
national ouestlons. and closed with
tribute to tho ladies. He said that ho
would.'chango tho sentiments of the bard
where he said,
"An honest man's tho noblest work of God.'
"Abcautcoui-lwomnn istheinotlcstvorkof Ciod'
Mr. Mnynard thought he would amend
tlio sentiment of the ex-President by say
ing that tho two unllrd is the noblest
work of God.
THE CH EATI I AM ITES.
Ouiton number of Cheatham's support
ers were present and grow very teslless
before tho ex-President closed, aud rudely
interrupted him by bawling for "Holman,
Holman '." Andy quietly informed them
that he was addressing brains and not
lungs. That there were dlllVrent or
ders of animals, some of which
were noted for nolho and some for intelli
gencethat the noisest were by no means
the most intelligent. He was faintly
cheered onco or twice. Mr. Holman, Dis
trict Attorney for tills Judicial Circuit,
then took the stand and proceeded to make
a Cheatham speech until his audience left
him to listen to the Shelby ville brass band
which had arrived with a special train,
upon which Maynard and Johnson repair
ed to that place, where they speak to-night.
Tho canvass Is drawing to a close, Mr.
Maynard speaks at Nashville to-morrow
nnd will be at Knoxville on Monday. Mr.
Johnson will speak at Pulaski on Monday
and In Murray county Monday night. This
canvass will ever bo a memorable one. It
has been conducted with signal ubility by
both tlio distinguished gentlemen who
have spoken hero to-day. Mr. Mnynard
deserves tho gratitude of every Republican
in Tennessee for the gallant manner In
which ho has borne tho party standard.
Neve" before in.- tl f party been so strong
Sitrnnl Sorvieo United States Army,
Division of Telegrams nnd Itcports for tlio IJcno
fit of Commerce,
Kn'oxvmxk, Nut. 1, 1872.
Tublo showing daily and monthly menn of
barometer nnd thermometer ; monthly veloci
ty of wind nnd amount of ruin full, with tho
prevailing direction of wind for tho month
of October, 1872.
Mean Daily Riln
M'ly M. 30.13 66.3
lotal Rain 'nll, 0.8-'
I'rovailmg Wind ;s. w.
Total number of miles travl'd, 3,737
JNO. K. l'AYXK,
Observer Signal Service
Paris, Nov. 6. Henri Rochefort has
been permitted to come to Versailles to
marry the dying mother oi his cnnuren in
order to legitimize his offspring. When
the ceremony is concluded he win return
The evacuation of the department ol the
upper Marno by tho German troops has
been completed and that of the Depart
ment of Marno is slowly proceeding.
Berlin. JSov. 5 Tho Government has
created a number of new peers in order to
carry the local government.
MEi.iiouRNE. JNov. ft There is great re-
oiclnjr over the completion of tho tele
graph and will be formally celebrated on
nr.KiH'ixo cAit nunxKD.
Collision on tUo Nctlintt, Rome nail Dull on
ltond Two .I'nhHvnBerM Killed.
Yesterday morning scvoral of tho passcneora
on tho Momphls and Utmrloston Kail road mot
with a narrow oscapo from a terriblo doath
Tho nassonecrs. oicht in number, wero aboard
tho sleeping ear "City of Memphis," in chargo
of a conductor and porter, when iu tho train
arrived at atovenson, a Mr. J. a Uarie, wno
was. accompanied Uv his wife and two littlo chil
dren, di6coverod tho torriblo danger to which
they woro oxposod and aroused tho porter, who,
ns also tho conductor, was asleep. Tho na?scn-
gors woro men Hurriedly arousad and escaped
en dishabille, and by tho timo they had nil got
ten out tne uro nau spread so rapidly mat tno
flames wero coming out of the front door. llur
ncd toilets wero mado, but so herco wero tho
flames that none could re-enter tho car, and only
saved what they took out with them when first
awakened from their sleep.
In addition to Mr. Carlo and his children
mentioned abovo. wnro Cant. Joseph Janues
and ms niece, .suss tsuo Avrcs and two centle-
men from Louisville Sir. O. and children lost
a portion of their cloth incr. Cant. Janues was
moro lortunato, preserving ms presenco oi mind
and saved everything no had : msh Ayres lost
a portion of her wcarinc nnnnrel. nnd tho ccn
. i . t r :n i"
tunate, losing sovernl valuable articles they
wero carrying to tho fetato ran at Uoiumuoa. k.
C, and ono of thorn all his money, $175, which
ho placed under his pillow lor saloty and lorgo
in Ids hurriod flicht.
As soon as tho passengers left tho burning
car Capt. Jaoucs had it pulled up to tho tank,
but thcro was no water, and finding that its loss
was inevitable tho car was pushed out of tho
way and left to its futo. Tho causa of tho lire is
unknown, but it originated at tho rear end,
nwny lrom tho stove. I hero seems to liav(
been cross carelessness on tho part of tlio con
ductor and porter, who, instead of looking after
tho safoty of tho pusscngcrj, calmly slept whilo
uiu uur wu uurmi:g.
A collision occurred at Oxford, on tho Selmn
Homo nnd Dalton Railroad, on Thursday night,
between two nassencrer trains, rcsultinir in the
death of two persons. Oxford is tlio point
whero tho trains pass but owing to some uns
known cause tho train first arriving ran past
tho depot when It was run into Dy tno other.
GLORIOUS REPUBLICAN VICTORY.
Returns of the Election in linox Comity.
New Muket House.
Total city voto...1 1173
5th 1), strict
12th District .
13th 1) strict
Co.vonEss'AL ev it' I Hrais-!
DiST. lOKMI B, 8KNTTK!
.3 1 e & g s
u to r1 a,
P 44 78 72 7
SI.' 75 CO 102 R
43 101 CM llli 12
73 48 2i CO 9
Hi 22S R5 247 K
144 1C0 179 200 4J
W 05 183 151 19
138 211 SO 817 12
C79 052 BM 1257 m
f1 216 213 25T 9
1 44 4 4C 22
47 '12S t4 127
So' M 37 M 2
69 117 48 25 fii)
31' CO 31 71 IS
4 JOJ 7 101
LINT or LKTTKUti.
AtlvcrtlNrtl November 4,1872.
Persons cAllincr for theso letters vill nlenjta sar
vertlfcd." and ciro tho dato of this list. If not called
for within ono month, Ihcy will bo sent to tho Dead
Letter Umce. Ono cent will bo collected on each letter
A T 31 Avery.
II Mrs Kmcilno Boon. J V Bounds. Micunel Broad
nr. Stonhcn C Uliickwcll. Mrs T M liurkclt. MUs Vinia
Brooks, Alls W Dose.
C Henry Carson. James Cainnbcll. lltss Lvdla
Cliapcll. It C Crnwlord,
i Uharlcs u DUbr.
F Alex Fulton. G P French. Miss L lacnlil. Mrs
ilrB Mary (Jrcar,
II .Miss Ann Klira llnmiihrirj. Ali son C Ifnlc. II
II ilowo, Isaac Hardin, John Hooker.
.1 Ucoreo W Johnson. J 1' T Jackson, jiiss Alary Jj
Jockson. . . .
It Kennedy A Uruse, Mrs A D lcys.t.uas ivruKU.
1. 11 Lanetina, S J L nde. Win I.ilason.
SI Alf McDa nncl (roll. A I, Muxwpll. Mrs Judy
MntiSon, MissMolliu Massensill. .M (J McUiiunh, Tiso
x Mrs Jano IScwton.
Wiloy 11 Oelcsby.
! l'nsmoro Bros. Mrs Caroline Prince. Jo S Parr,
It AnilvHny. .1 Robert". James Kecsc. l'rcilon
Bar, William D ltogan.
r iinvcn uwen swiro, m Bpear.
T 1, 1 Thicks ton. Km Tinton. Miss KittiR A Tnylor.
R Taylor, Jlrs W J Taylor.
W Frank Woods (col). Miss II Cary Walkins, John
We'ley, Misn Sallio .1 Willctt, Thomas WllllnKham.
$500,000 IN BANK.
GRAND GIFT" CONCERT.
Homicide lis Curler County,
On Sunday last at Clark, (JunifoifcCo.'s., fur
naco, oifjht miles north of Elir.abethton. Thom
as l'atrit shot and instantly killed Abraham
Buckets Youne B. was on his way to church.
Patriti wns drinking, and ns U. passed tho fur
naco l'atrits requested him to rtdo hack to his
(Patrit'.s) house nnd get somo paper for him,
but ho refused, for which seeming oll'enco l'at
rits took his life. Ho mado his escape, but is
being pursued by a number ot citizons.
"Wo learn that llr. Morris Lawloy, who
boards with -Mr. Story, was thrown from u
buggy y'eitqrday evening lato,i and broko or
severely sprained hU anklo. Mr. Story was in
s ea?ch of a physician at tho timo wo suw him,
and therefore could not Inform us us to tho ex
act amount of injury sustained,
r.nxt Teiinesteo Notes.
A correspondent at Dandridgo writes that
nmong other important decrees mado at tho
Chancery Court at that place last week, was
ono chartering tho Kust lonnoMen and Western
North Carolinu Kill 1 road from Clil'ton to Knox
ville. Wo lonrri that Goo M. McKnight, Ksi) , Itail
road nnd Kxprtm Agent at rlwentwator, is lying
very ill nt pla? with typhoid fever.
Mining and Manufacturing
PROPERTY FOR SALE, i
M. C. Wilcox ArCo. vs. the Kast Tcnnestec Zinc Com-
Iany ; llhotun, .Mcmlcnuall at ui vs. the f,ust len
ncssee Zinc Company ; John K. Bratincr ts. the
East Tennesseo Zinc Company: Bainacl I. New
man ctal vs. tho Kast Tennessee Zltc Company:
llranner k Johnson vs. tho East Tennessee Zinc
Company: W, J. lletterton Jc Co. ts, the East Ten
nessee ins Company; I. M. Gore ts, the Kast Ten
nessee Zinc Company; It. L. Watkins vs. tbe Kast
Tennessee Zinc Company till. II. Ashmo-e et nl ts.
the Kast Tennessee .ino Company; W.S.Sizer vs.
tho Kast Tennessee Zinc Company. Consolidated
TN PUH8UANCK TO A DECREE PRONOUNCED
X at tbe Jnly Term, 1872, of the United BUitcs Circuit
Conrt for tho Eastern District of Tennessee, in the
abovo several caaies pending in said Court, I will sell,
ipon mo premifci, nt, anatnear juossy ureeK, iennes
Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1872,
at public auction to tho highest bidder, tho valuable
real estate, futures and personal property mentioned
in tho prior decrees or attached and levied upon in all
or either of the above entitled causes, except such of
the personal property as has been sold and delivered,
belonging to the said Kast Tennessee Zinc Company,
situated and being in Jefferson county, Tencesseo. in
and adjeininr: tho vlllago or Mossy creclc, together
with all tbe right, tittle, interest and claim of the said
company of. In and to the minerals In certain lands
mentioned and described in tbo pleadings and attach.
ments In tho above causes, and all the right said Com
pany has of mining upon said lands.
Tho real estate, with Its fixtures, will bo sold uron
creuil oi six, twelve nn
scr or tmrcnascrs execn
rity, bearing interost from date at the rato off percent ',
twenty dollars and un ter, accruing from tho sales of i
poisonal property will bo required tn bo mado at tbo
timo rf sale, but a credit of six months will bo extend
ed to all purchasers of personal property whoso pur 1
chases exceed tbe sum of twenty dollars, said parcha- :
sers being required to execute notes with approved
security, bearing interest lrom date, for the payment of ,
tuchsutns. II. M. AIKEN,
Clerk and Commissioner.
November 4. Ifi72-dlw
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rpIIB SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT IN AID
X of thoPnnt.io Liukary ok Kentucky, announced
fnrSeptembcr 2S, has been postponed to Dcccinbi r
7, I S7S, becavso tho accumulation of orders tho few
days before tho drawing made It physically imposablo
to till thorn without a lew days' delay, and as a short
postponement was inovitablc, Itwas determined tode
ler it to a timothat would mako afull drawing sure by
the salo of all tho tickets.
Tho money necessary to pay in full all tho offered
gilts is now apon depositin tho Farmers' and Drovers'
Rank, as will bo seen by tho following, certificate of the
Farmers' and Drovers' Bank. 1
l.oumviu.K. Kv., Sept. aj, 1872.
This is to certify that thero is now on deposit in
this bank over half n million of dollars to the credit of
tho (lift Concert fund. SjJO.OOO of which is held by this
bank as Treasurer of tbo Public Library of Kentucky,
to pay off all eifis to be awarded at the drawing.
R. 8. VEACII. Cashier.
1,000 I'rlzcs, nitiomitliifc; to
r, o o, o o o 1 3V cas ii,
will bo awarded, thohlghcst prizes being $100,000, S"0.
003. Si'i.OOO, and down in regular gradation to S1W,
which is the lowest.
Tho drawing will positively and unequivocally take
plaoe December 7. Agents aro peremptorily requir.d
tocloso sales and mako rctur s November 25. in order
to give ample timo for tno final arrangements. Orders
lor tickets or application for circulars should be ad
Agent Public Library of Kentucky,
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SUITS FOR VOUA'O MEN,
SUITS FOR nors,
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
.r.W YOU It Mil, I.N NIIIItTK,
th Its fixtures, will bo sold upon a
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IN THE CITY.
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All orders or letters addressed to A. C. Bruco. Archi
tect, Masonic Temple, will receive prompt attention.
FAMILY GROCERIES! city tobacco and cigaii store.
OF ALL KINDB AT LOWEST TRICES,
ALIi GOOIS C1IARA.'TBED j
To be just as represented, at the Store of (
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tho lowest rates, and giving my personal attention to,
the business, I am satisfied I can clvo e.itislactiun In
every respect to nil my patrons. .L
tS. ALL (I00DS DELIVERED FREE to any part '
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J. H. W ALLEY,
Exclusive Dealer in
Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff
llslur stud Stone Pipes,
Snuff and Tobacco Boxes,
In fact all Kinds of
At the SIGN OF THE INDIAN.
Gh.v street, Kiioivlllc, Tcnn
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