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,1 ? r t 'f . t r . ? f. n 1 , . -if' - VOL. I. KNOXVILLE; EN Nt; irSWND AY MORNING , JAN I TA R Y 29, 1871. NO. 231. t;-r, :;; ..vV & I Mil Ss, 1 WW VI - f ; I i i LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. . THE WAS. lKEIGX ; XEWS BY. THE CABLE. Grraf' Disorder in the French capital. Prisoners RHeaecd by Arcied Mobs. tnoinial Humors of the nrrende. O " t .r MISCELLANY. KIOTO t COJfDrCT IX PAICI. Fritoncrs Releancd Attempt to Establish Berolntlonnry (Ternvaent. ,f lisbes ft special, dated Paris, January 23d. which says that on Saturday night a crowd of t-itizcns from Belleville and other quar ter?, who hud been threatening mischief over since the -failure of the sortie on the m 19th 'iust.', gathered 'in large numbers jiroaud the jail of Moza?, -where Floureus, Milliers, and other xlitical prisoners as ere incarcerated, and after various xiotous de monstrations," ffatherins courage in the ul- since of opposition, made a regular attack upon tho prison, and beat down the gates uith bludgeons, stones and iron bars. The jailors and . turnkeys fled for their liveis, leavint: the jail free to the rioters, tvho went to work opening tho cells and re leasing their inmates until they found .Flourens, Millicrs and their companions, - rho wero borne forth in triumph amidst cries of "A fias favrc " 'M baa Trochul" After parading ' t he streets sufficiently tho ' crowd stopped, and Flourens proceeded to the twentieth arrondissemcnt, which win pries the turbulent quarters of Belleville, fct. Larguerc, Pierre la Chaise and Cha ronne, .intending to establish , the head quarters of a revolutionary movement, which, it was hoped, would extend over the whole city. i However, as the parade failed to draw any large number of followers into active co-operation, and finding that these will ing to plunge into revolution were badly armed and almost destitute of ammuni tion, the rioters abandoned the movement. Before dispersing, Flourens called upon all ' present to make an oath to meet on Sun day at noon in front of the Hotel De Ville, and there demand possession of the Gov ernment in tho name of the people. The rioters took the oath with great vehemence and excitement, and then brokonp in groups end returned to their homes; Bonapartists aro very active. ' Pietre, Vandaand Gen, Fleury arc at WJiMlnn hohe. -irf f . Htt $ . ,. Bv Uie ttrmfi "of the capitulation, the j National Guards' captured &t Longuy are ; not prisoners. . ; Couriers pass constantly between Chisel buret, "Wilnelmshohe and Versailles. ENGLISH NEWS. London, .Tan. 27. A Versailles corres pondent of the Times, writing under date of the 25th, says Favro returned from Par is on yesterday, and Iirs had another in terview with Bismarck. ' Another cmutc is reported to have occur- ' red in Paris. -Tho people in large numbers appeared before the Hotel de Ville, and demanded from the Government more sorties, accompanying the demand with the cry, 44 To Berlin." The rising was suppressed by troops, who fired upon the mob, several " of whom were killed and wounded. . St. Denis was bombarded on the 25th, the French replying feebly. An .official -dispatch from- Paris on the 22d announces the separation of the com mand of the army from the Presidency of the Government. Trochu retains the lat- f ter Jt)ffiec,f while Vincv commands the i forces i - ?' - f On Saturday night, a mob forced open the Moras prison and released Gu stave Flourens,' Felix Pyatt and .other, political prisoners. . On Hunday, a crowd surrounded tlie Hotel de Ville. and fired upon the officers who refused them admittance. The fire was returned by the mobiles with such ef fect that five of the rioters were killed and eighteen wounded, when the rest dispersed anu quiet was resiorea. Later advices from Paris'tate 1 that the government has stationed a' large force of troops and artillery in the place Hotel de Ville. - - ... .Courts martial have been doubled and ' clubs closed. The Democratic organs, Le JviveUc and Z-c Cbmbat; have been Eupprcsscd; " " London, Jan. 28.The Post announces :' that the marriage of Princess Louisa with Marquis Lome is fixed for the 21st of March.' . London, Jan.. 26. It is generally be lieved, tltough unofficially confirmed, that terms of capitulation have been Eubmitted by Favre.. The alleged terms are freely . discussed at the clubs and in official circles, London, Jan. 27, afternoon. The Ger mans are before Maubenge. ' The Prussians are concentrating at St. Qnentin and Amiens, and have re-appeared before Cambria. The French have captured a god-son of Kmpress Augusta, who has been placed in f the 'hospital nt Cambria, exposed to fire. Florence, Jan. 23. The Italian Senate has adopted a resolution for the removal of . a. t" - .1. . A v. r t..u uie capuai 10 iiome on iiio oum m ouue. The Benatc,: by a ,reolution, expressed great satisfaction with the engagements made by the Ministry concerning the guarantees of the independence of the Pope and the liberty of the Church. , X "Vaoek. Two comedians having a wager about which of them sung the best, they agreed to refer it to a friend. A day was accordingly agreed on, and both the parties executed to the best of their abili ties before blm. 4 As soon as they had fin ished, the arbitrator proceeded to give judgment in the following manner: ,4As for you, sir," addressing himself to the first, you 'are the worst singer I ever heard in my life." . "Ah," said the other, exultingly, ' 44 1 knew I should win my wager." "Stop, sir," eaidthe arbitrator, "1 have a word to ay to you before you So, which is this, that as for you, you c otinyataUl" 'tscrile forth Cirtoncii. HOME fiEVS;;,::: New York. Jan. 23. The steam-tug Phronix, : whilo towing the steamer Hud son, from London, cp the Bay; exploded her boiler, killing tho fireman and wound ing nine others. Another tug . towed the Hudson Into harbor. s ' The Providence steamer Utility, of the Keystone line," was burned at the wharf; The steamer Wervbosset has arrived, j The bank statement ehows that the loans' dfr?mjw in over half a million dollars, de posits' decrease over half a million, specie decrease one hundred thousand, iegai ten- . fill dcrs' decrease over a quarter oi a jiuuhwi, and circulation decrease a trifle. ' -The following was received here at three o'clock this afternoon: "The ' Milwaukie memorial to Congress, protesting against the repeal of the income tax, passed the Assembly 73 to P." , i ' A suit wa eommenefd to-day in the W ,S. Circuit Court by the officers of the Southern Association for the relief of the widows and orphans of theSoutheru States, against Nathan J. Morse, John B. Butts, Henry Colten, And Charles Murray, to re cover?S:,000 In bonds given by defendants to the Association in December, 1809. ' Th Holston Brldsrc. . ' ' , fl L voto takfeii yesterday for the appropria tion of 50,000 by tfi e county, for the proposed bridgo CTer the Holston River in tins city, shows a heavy majority in favor of tho measure, though fall returns have not yet been received ; yet wc believe it will have received tho required threo-founhs majority. The voto standi court norsE. Subscription No Subscription. ...2 No Bridge (not counted) MARKET HOUSE. ... : i Subscription.. No Subscription .. 15 M'CLANAHAJf'S MILL. ' ' ' Su bscri pti on. 1. .. ........ 11 5 No Subscription. ....... ! 1 IIARKET HOUSE rORTH XKOXVILLE. j SubtcriDoion....... No Subscription.... 1 URICX KILL NORTE KXOXVILLE. t 218 43 Subfiorijition. No Subscription t CALABOOSE I AST XKXVJLLX, SuWrifction No Subscription il The vo'. in the city stands 1,177 for "Sub scription," and lONoSubscription,'' leaving a majority of 1,107 in favor of tho bridge, which shows a falling ofT'ef 01 votes altogether, fcs compared with the previous voto. Tho Commiesicnors hava subscriptions on their books amounting to. about $15,000, with the premise of eight or ten thousand more, and it is understood tho. stock ' . remaining . Tsill ho taltcii by thflt Ccrpo ration. ; Lm - - , u. I Tho stockholders elect tho Directors," who will hoose the location and ' supervise tho undcr takinp;, giting out contract!, &c. --- j Impriing in Expectation of t& l ature. - The vote taken yesterday upon the propasition to help build a bridge has pTybably . carried. It will be ii good thing for the city of Knox- villo. Some of our merchants, in anticipation of the growing city, are making arrangements for increasing their bnsiness. One of them" alwaya alive to every advantage to bo found has taken into his business a partner from the North, who comes here with plentyof capital and'fino business capacity. " Under the new frm, the well known Tea Hocg will be more than ever the center of attraction for house wives. Vic. keeps everything in tho grocery line, and sells as low as any one. Uc delivers goods to every part of the city free of charge.' He keeps a fine selection of garden seeds always on hand, and sells cheap. All the Tea Hong asks is a fair chance to prove what is claimed for it. Vic Sturm never comes out seeond best. He keeps pare Teas, which ho offers as low as any one. He wants it distinctly understood that he foes not keep any tompaixy'i teas. Facts for Bnsiness Men. The Daily Chronicle has the largest circu lation in the city of Knoxville and in East Tcn neaaec, of any daily paper published in East Tennessee, and larger than that of aay daily piper published in this city. Our Daily reaches every county town in this section within reach of tho daily mail ; is reed more than any ether paper, and w say, without hesitation, that it is the lest advertising medium ever offer ed to the business men of this city. .This is a fact they recegnko, as cur columns conclusively show. A perusal of our advertisements will show that we are patronized by th best adver tising bnsiness men of the city, without regard to party. An advertisement in the 'Daily Cbroxiclb is worth at least fifly per cent, more than in any other daily in East Tennessee. The paper that has a reputation for enterprise and news, is the paper that is read, and, therefore, the one to advertise in. - . , Minor Uoeals. ( The omniburacs did good service yesterday in carrying voten to the polls. The polls were net epencd t Carnes' yeitr- cay. The Criminal Court was not in session yester day. ' . The streets are in a very muddy state. But they will continue bo until the ordinance re garding sidewalks is enforced., ; ? - j ; Policeman Harper has again resumed duty, though not fully recovered from the effects of his wound. -' - ? '. ... ' jrn ' - - - ,' A. gentleman had au umbrella returned to him yesterday in a shower, which he had en tirely lost eight cl Honest men still live. i The TJnlt4 States Circuit Court. The following bualnesa was transacted in tho United States Circuit Court on yesterday, Judge TV;rr rridIrLCf : i C 0 Veton wai wicuicd from farther slU ten dance as a jaror. : United States vi Wm Moss, vioktioa cf reT enat law; forfeiture.' ; ' United State ts Ym Laurence, violation of reTenueliw; continued. . . ,H . . e v ' f United Statoa vs Wm A Hawkin?,' violation of reTenuc law; continued. , United Sutes ti E B BudMitt, violation of rercnu law ; ; leave granted to amend declara tion and time granted to plead, Extra Buckwheat Tiour for f&ie at Barden'n tw ?tore, on MtrV.fit Boarp. Information Wasted. Mfysits.' EDXToRa : Permit me to ask you a few questions regarding 'ypur part of this great country. How many Inhabitants has your village Is it hi rh or low? Have you any preva lent sickness ? What is the nature of your drinking water? also the naturo or your soil. TIb the country nuiy 1 or - genuy roa Intr ? - Does the land produce wheat as wei as corn, and how much to the acre ? Is it favorable to fruits, such as peaches, apples nears. cherries, grape, and the like 7 Have you much cold weather? Have you any snovf and lee 71 What is tne character o vour schools ? w Have you free schools, and if so, are they well attended 7 One word about your society, and I am done. "Will your ladies associate with the families that come and sottlo among you 7 The JNorth have the impression that they would be almost as badly on In the Sputh, as regards society, as they would be in the unsettled West.. I think such is not the case. Yet I know there is a good deal of feeling, especially among your ladies, against the North, and they do not hesitate to mako it manifest. I would lLke to ask anothef question before jslosing; 'and . that is this : where are your markets ? " ' A : Hoping I have not trespassed too much on your timo ana patience, . ; ... I remain, yours, Ac, ; Y. G. Schrivfk. FiKiiA, N. Y., Jau. 25th, 1871. - '. The foregoing is one of the many letters which we are daily receiving from parties at the North whose attention is directed to ward East Tennessee. The one before us is well written, and shows the writer to be a man of intelligence, just the class of men we are interested in inducing to make their homes among us. We will answer briefly, stating that in due time we will give each of tho subjects a more extended notice. Knoxville has a population cf about 12, 000 inhabitants.' No city in the United States, with the same population, has less sickness. Our country is amply supplied with freestone and limestone water, which flows from a thousand springs clear as crys tal and is naturally pure. Our soil is va ried. We have; the rich sandy loam in our river bottoms, producing 75 to 100 bushels cf corn to the acre, and the clay and mu latto land in our valleys producing from thirty to fifty bushels of corn per acre. W heat is one of our staple products, and with proper cultivation much of our land will produce from 20 to 30 bushels per acre, and some of it even more muoh land vields from 8 to 12 bushels per sore. Our climato and soil is favorablo to the produc tion of fruits, all the varieties named grow- in I u g&atffrofu. ion ? Wo bare ": very lit tle cold weather, tho average fall of snow in the year being about tbreo inches, never remaining on the ground longer than one week. Wc occasionally have Ice three Inches thick, very eeldom thicker. We have good select male and,, female- schools now in operation. Recently, our county and city have laid, a tax for the surjDort of free - schools which will be put in operation during- the year, and we are sanguine of their entire success. The free school system is heartily advocated in our county by men of all parties. Heretofore we have been deprived of its benefits, but our people rwill not longer neglect their vital interests in this respect. "4 ' j In regard (o society, we would say that tnero is no trouble on tnat score, come along,' we will welcome you.' The fact that almost one-third of our population is com posed of nien from the North, should - be sumcicnt to settle any doubts you may have on that subject. For further infor mation on ; this point, we refer you to a marked copy of a letter written by a dis tinguished gentleman of this place to Mr. Albert Graham, of Massachusetts, every word of. which wc endorse,. ; We find a market for our produce, both at the South and East. We ship large quantities of grain to. Atlanta, Augusta, Savannah, and other Southern cities, as well as to New York and Baltimore. We 6hip a great many cattle to Baltimore." We find a better market for mnles, hores, ba con, lard, corn, cats, &c.4in Southern cities. )! Tiie Methodist Book Coxceen. The Methodist Book Concern Committee orougnt their deliberations to a close In iSew York Friday evening. The follow ing is the substance of the resolutions ar rived at : The charges made by Dr. Lana han and the replies thereto have been with drawn, and Dr. Lanaban is to be retained in his position. A sub-committee of four, of which Bishop Scott is to be a member, will be appointed, whose business it will be to investigate the general management of the Book Concern, and alto the method of book-keeping in uce in the establish ment. They will be authorized to call to their assistance two experts, to be approv ed of by Bishop Scott, and should any Sucstion of law arise it is to be referred to udges Reynolds and Fancher for decision. The sub-committee are to report the result of their labors to the next General Confer ence. - . . ' . v ' . . ; ' Grant and Sumxek. The Washington correspondent of the Worcester Spy says that President White, one of the ban Jjo mingo commissioners, just before leaving on the expedition, ppent two hours with Senator Sumner juet before leaving for New York, , He stated to a friend that he never had seen two men more zealous, and yet perfectly honest, than Gen. Grant and Senator Sumner, one for San Domingo an nexation and the other against It. ? " ' - - - A "cloud-burst" recently occurred on the Pacific coast, about sixteen miles south of Monterey, CaL A great volume of water dashed to the earth with tremendous force, pouring a torrent ten feet deep through a previously dry canon, destroying a sub stantial bridge and sweeping away lumber and cattle. .The very tnest quality cf flour for fab? at Beardeti'a tew Ktcre cn, Market Sqnare. A POEM BY DEA2V ALTORD. Say, will thou think of me when I'm awar, Borne from the threshold and laid in the rt y, Past end unheard of fr many a day ? Wilt thou remember me when I am gone. Further each year from the vision withdrawn, Thou in the 6unset, and I in the dawn ? y . : , , ; . ' Wilt thou remember me, when thou shult ne Daily and nightly encompassing thoc, Hundreds of others, but nothing of me? j , . . . . . , j . . . f 11 that I aak is a gem in thine eye, : itting and thinking when no one is by. hus looked ho on me thus rang his reply : i 'Tis not to die, though tho path be obscure ; Vast though the peril, thero's Ono can scuru ; Grand is tho confi'ct, tho Tictory surt; But 'tis to feel the cold touch of decay, 'Tis to look back on tho wake of onc'i v: Fading and vanishing dav alter day; This is the bitterness none can be spared ; This, tho oblivion tho greatest have thared ; This, the true death for ambition prepared. Thousands are- round us, toiling pj wc. Living and loving whose lot is to bo ' Past and forgotcn, like wares on the tea. 1 ' Onca in h wfe'Jinc is uttered a word That doth not vanish as soon as 'tis heard Once in an ego is hunianitv stirred; Onco In a century springs forth a deed From' the dark bancs of forgetfulnesa freed, Destined to shine, and to bless, and to lend. Yet not en thus escape we our lot Th deed lasts in memory the door is not, The word livcth on, but the voice is forgot. . Who knows the form of tho mighty of old? Can bust cr can portrait the spirit unfold, Or the ligh of the eye by description bo told ? Nay, even Ho who our ransom became. -Bearing tho cross, and despising the thane.5 Earning a name abovo every name. They who had handled Him 7hn He here, Kept they in memory His lineaments clear Would they command thcra at will to appear? They 'who had heard Him and lived in His voice, Say, could they always recall to their choice The tone and tho cadence which made them re . joice. . ... : . '.' -.. ' Be we content, thon, to ptsa into shade, r Visage and voice in oblivion laid, And live in the light that our actions bavo ,made.- ' - ' - - i - Ilomo and IU Queen. From tJcribcflr, for February.) ; There U probably , not an unperverted man or woman living who does not feel that tho sweetest consolations and the best rewards of life are found in theoves and delights of home. There are very few who do not feel themsolvefl indebted to the in fluences that clustered around their cradle for whatever, cf good there may.t'C iu their character anc'cOnaitlons. . Kiwme,-based upon Christian marriage, is so evidently an institution of God, that a man must be come prohine before ho can deny it. 'Wher ever It is planted, there stands a bulwark of the, Ktate.l Wherever it ispureand true to tnc cnnstian iuea, mere lives an institution conservative of all tho nobler interests of society. Of this realm woman is the queen. - It takes its cue and its hue from 'net, ;:" If. she Is. In : tho "best sense womanly-if she U true and tender, loving and heroic, patient and self-devoted she eonRfiiouslv- or uucormciouslv orp'ftnlTPH and puts, fa operation a set of influences ihat do more to moid the destiny of the nation than any man, uncrowned by power or eloquence, can possibly effect, f he men of the nation arc what their mothers make them, as a rule: and the voice which those men speak in the ex pression of their power is the voierC of the wotnen who . bore and bred them. There can be no substitute for this. There is.no other possible way in which the women of A. t 1! - . - -a a - me jiauoa can organize ineir innuencc and power that will tell so lneficially np od society and the State. Neither women nor the nation can afford to have home de moralized or In any way deteriorated by the loss of her presence or the lessening of nennnuenee mere. Asa nation we rise or fall as the character of our homes, pre- siaeaover oy woman, riesor rails; and the best gauge of our best prosperity is to be found in the measure by which these homes find multiplication in the land. In true marriage, and the struggle after the highest ideal of home . life, Is to be found the solution of more of the ugly problems that confront the present generation- moral, soeial and political than we have epaee to enumerate. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, PHILIP PHILLIPS, - TG5S , ' . POPt'LAR AUTHOR AND SINGER, vat cive AN EVENING. OF SACKED feOG, AT TS5 "lelbodlst Episcopal Cbnrch, JIuoa?i"le, M0KPAT EVENING JIN. ZCtb. 1571. Smith's- American Organ will he Used. vrrr raecxtcs roa csaism-f itbfoses. Tiekets, 00 Cents. cniHircn, lcni. "Rtsrrrtd Beata to b rrocarc-i at 0. B. Smith's Book Ttekwa ean had at tho Eook Store cf IL H. 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