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KNuAYlLlA WLEkfA C UllOMCLh. A l.I)MM)AY, (K TdUEH lit, 170.
jtoMil.c 'Wfcfcty Gimmick,
OCT. .Si. 1870.
Oi tlio CiinoxictF. mailed free to any nddrow nn up-
zr-T-?? -a . - - ..rrfi
llrrcaOrr rait on prnttcmcn to berrtmr miditiattt, or
nntter u.f a twonal nuturt, trill (it churardjitr ataiivtr
tfrmeutt. ' i.
( Appoliiliiiriiln Tor Spi'iinil).
(icii. .1. A. Cnojierlcnndrdatoforflf'sttcrTrom
Knox nnd Sevier, will, speak at tlio following
times nnd places:
Scvicrville, ' Monday. Oct. !.
Fair Oimlon, TfnAcltiy. Nov. 1.
Pawpaw Hollow Church. Tlitirscluy. " .!.
J Horn urove, Ericliiy,,, " A,
Public Npcnt."lii;ri l,,
II n. Horace Mnynnrcl will " nuure' ijf- M-
low-ritizens nt the followina; time nnd 'pi new :
Sw rctwnter, Monroo county, Fricliiv, October
Jfiidisonvlllc, Monroe ccvint". Suttinlnv, Oc
Morgnntnn, Loudon ssouaty. -Mnilnv, Oetc-
Killjoy, Mount county, Ticrlny; November
Gr.iveston, Knox eminly, Sntti nitty, Novetn
IVIirrp in Traitr.
Ta mil rulinbleiiud popular dry goods Itnuso
cf l' Dk klnson,iS: Ca, mlvertlo their lr(re nnd
vnnod Mock ot Rood in (mother t-.difmn. 0r
pa! mm know very well t hat wltur tiicy sny ain
be nlieil upon, nnd wlmt ttn-y offer f sale is
of tbo be.-.t nnd cheapest.
Miiiiaon : Haily are ttjWMi;. ftr the lueoii
iLsaranc.1 I nimny, one of tlio mint solvsnt nnd
reliable companies of tlio world. Now is tho
time when dimger from fire at imHlijd.viug.
Ui reader would bo wp ti insure In thit
Holli & Chavanne to'j(ifortu
r !i few daj ngn an to have limit jtouk ml
in... hlnery clustroyed by Are but tluy are again
pre. parcel to nil all orders tor brntnns. Thoy
' h.)iK -t. capabki lmslncs men. aud will make
I t 1 f intaroilf ctf merchant to trs.de with
i '. sec tlieir'HilvortUcmt'iit in itu-Xhar cvd
- ign of the brooms,
. ireuit Court iidjouniod yestiMilny nftcrit in
l 'U e"-iin of several wcel..
rn hi oir.
'-'"venty-two colored lnborw 'V the liasl. Ten
ure e, Virginia and (ieorii'm lliiilroiul were paid
otr vpienlav afternoon.
Tin- ( i)Kri-Hsloii:l iiii'luliiUi
me i .inirri..,ionfti caivliclnti-. !.!. Jlay
nnry nnd Illiaard, addressed the people of
lllount county yostordny at Maryvilla. A larco
numbor of sovorolgii'M-ci:o on hand, filling th
court room in which thonpeakinft ta)k idaco.
1 ho dUcttMion 'was opened by .Mr. Mnynard,
who led off in a peacb of ono hour, in which
tlio qucattoni involved in tho canvaM were dis
posed of in hla usual nunderly manner. It was
equal to his best ofi'orts, nnd was attentivoly llat
encd to by thtwp prej$til, 'eliciting frequent and
hearty applause. Jjc-nijlde a lino ImproMion,
aa tho reulLhtithnt oui)y on tho 8th of.o-
vomuor will (liow. i i
Col. Wizard followed in a speech' of 'Viiual
longth, laboring, hard t (it tho otrqfW.rU-'
raonta of his competitor, hut with lttflu, effoctj
lie U a gentleman agalmn whom nothing can'
b" paid personally, but' lip ovldnntlv feols 'that
kit cause is weak, ami tiiat ho is laboring agaiuii,''
puDiie opinion, which u nbout to bo recorded at
tho ballot box alnst hini. i i' .
Mr. JIaynard followed in a rejoiudflr Of thirty
minute, in whiah ho win peculiurl.y. liappy in
his remarks, and tho audience allowed tholr np
preciatlon of tlm by lVcqucnt and p'rr.ionged
applause. ' ,
Col. lilir.arJ olod in u weaker ettbrt, if" pos
sible, than hi 11rt.
Look outnr a good report i'romJSlotitij:. lle
pnblicans thiro aro sure of victory, wfitle De
mocrats are duspoiKlfnt. lioll rf t!to bull.
Within tho past week, the jail of Hamblin
county has received within its walls a murderer,
a horse thief and a robber.
Tho regular annual meeting of the stokholil-
cri of tho -Mississippi and Tcmsoo Itiiiiaad
Comjinny will bo held at Memphib on the, .Hh of
The Bight .Rev. C. T. (Jiiintnrd, liifehop f the
Dloccieof Tenne.-ioe, in makinghi.s vi(,itatloin5 in
Ea t Tennessee, will be Id thl- clt'on the oth,
litt) ith and 8tii of November.
OntlteSId in-t., at MnynnriUrillfl, Tenn., La
layette II., infant son of Dr. K. .1. and C. Carr,
:lgc3 '2 years 10 montji- and it days. Died with
I.oiirn on U'liral.
o heard.onoof our hcaviestdenlors in wheat
say yesterday that ho had lih-t upwards of llvo
h inured dallers on wheat purubnsod this loason,
beeauso it was synt to market in a damp condi
tion or improperly cleaned. Id I'ither casu the
farmer havo lost heavily as woil as idiijtpers.
(iains lynatt, brother of Clay Jlyimtt, who
was killed nt 'Squire iShnrp'.-, in Union county,
lnU Monday week, was ariv-ted lat Sunday
on a peace warrant nnd brought to this city yes
terday under guard and coitiuedin jait for -afe
On last 6vcning, at tho First l'resbytcrian
Church, by Itev. .lames Turk, .Mr. Frank A.
Closes to Miss Lizziu M. -Mitchell.
On tho ovening of tho 'JOth instant, at Shiloh
I'resbytcrian church, by Itev. O. W. LoVerc,
Mr. Kli Agncw to Miss Fli.ahtk Davk
"Wo regret to hear of tho death of ayoungman
by tho namo of Matt. Stallion-, who was killed
near Montvalo Spring", lllount county, last Sat
urday, lie had climbed tree and was gather
ing chestnuts when he dropped a pUtol. which
t3ded. tliC 5!I';nS breast, from th
U 6i which hi died-
hiiprenie ui l I'riK'i--:iix,
The Hupreme Ciairt met ftgreoablo to adjourn
mont. at nine o'clock, a. m yHterday. The
judges wer nil present. Tho mlnutet of the
previoii" doy ji'-oceedincs were read and
" uiiu'wiiig ousincss wa U'lin-acleo :
Halhius v. Cmo; roVcnied ud rmandd.
John (. XUfDiO WiWtt i revoned
and remansttl y
John T KM, v. X Hhlphiy, ad-
inini.-trator, eta.? IiA of plaintiff luggwted,
and eaiVf yfsl la tho uaumi of S K N I'at
ton. " ' "
M Jcnuiatf, e: 1 u prte: Appeal dis-mis-el.
K A Dojvelly, iulmlnltratir, xjt. M,Iyi
iJiru. nimtntetratoi-. sto., in orror, vs.
Qeorxe Moore, et al.: motion tndiwu appeal
was ordered fn In- (-nteVefl on record.
'lite Naslivillo linnnrr states that a dilileulty
occurred at Urownsville lat Monday evening,
attended by fata! reult. It wems that Mr.
James llonA, Jr., and F. II.' Fryo had some
misunderstanding about the rent of a store
house occupied by tho lattr,msmVowned by the
former. During the altercation. .Mr. LowMj.
Bond, ,Siv, unoluof Jtuno liousi, in attempting
to eop.irato tbo partis, was shot and instantly
killed by Mr. Fryo. The latter was promptly
arrested by tho Sheriff. Tho deceased was an
old and highly respected citizen of knowi
peaceable disposition., and his death occasioned
Iotl, OflitM) JIuKerM.
For the quarter nuding Scpteuiber IK), 1870,
ihe efamps and envelopes sold during IhaLtime
amounted to $:,7tHCS. liny leholo luimber
of letters rcceivced lor delivery during tho lnt
week of thouartor C.Ctirt. yuliy fttnmps can
celed during the'last week of 'the tiartcr S187.
The average nuu-aber of letti received for de
livery er month, 25,000. During tho month
of August, 1870, tho value or st!,mps and envel
opes sold was 41,011.71, being the highest
nmount nold in any ono month, during the past
IU Miiry. IM1)IITVM' I r.(jJ, Vll'H ltltniMtS.
TlicI'oiirippuHi AmeiKtiii' in i ln Cnlort'cd.
e aro Informed thnt on yesterday proceeil.
ings wero Instituted In tho l'nite.1 Stnton Circuit
Court for this district ngalnit tho lion. A. O. V
Kicholson Chief Jtwtlce, nnd Tho. A. It. Nel
son nnd J. L. T. rfneej Judges of the Supromo
Court of the State and lion. Jo. It. llelskell
'Attorney Oeiiernl nml Iteporter. by ii. Q. Camp,
Kq., tho district, Attorney.
Tho proceedings are in tho nature of writs
ni(o warranto, nnd ill Mibtnco recite, that tho
...1.1 1. '. i. (i '... I I
jyiiu iiuui'i nun iiwrmy iL'iicriu arn now aim
il ave been for siiino'ilays overoMnir tbo duties.
powers and privilege of kludges of tho Suprnmp
Court or the State, determining vnucs, pHi.crur
ing rules of practice and doiugothordutios incum
bent ilium Mich iilfieon, and that they hold
their otlices hr viblnticn'' of the ;!d section 1 4th
Amendment to tin) 'Convolution of tho Knlted
State. Tho in)brmatloi' futher reclteK. ,lhnt
each of wkl partius prior to 18iil held oillcos of
honor and trust under the Cointltution of the
United States, and irt atsjiming them took oaths
to support tho same, and that afterwards they
each did engago lit Insurrection and rebellion
nnd gave aid ntid (mufiirt to the Mime. Who re
fore thn information prays that said parties
tnay appear before tho Judges of said Circuit
Court nt Knowlllo on the 'Jd Monday of Janu
ary next, and answer autl show by what war
rant they claim to havo, imp or enjoy the olllees
aforesaid, and pray judgment for their roinoval
from said olllees.
Process was ye.-terdhy served upon Chief. I no
tice Nioliolson, Jud Sliced and Attorney
Cciioral Hoiskoll. .Iiulgo Tel-mi was not ut
homo when tho ijnrt'lnil tnUod.
The news that the proceedings had been iilti
tuted sproad lnuidly and caused much diyus-
sion nnd comment nuioilg tho bar hikI eiti.ti.
It is probable that In view of theo proceed
ings tho Court will adjourn mill await .tho
action of the United. Slate Court.
Should tho oHieOr b hold Ineligible under
tho 11th iiiiidiulfni'it,oniu iinportniit questions
will m-iso under dip recent enforuorpefit act
passed by CoHRTes. Tii that it is prwvlded that
the enndidMe iHicelTing the nr.t Mphtirl vote
ts tho ineligible, otllcer nhall be entitled to bis
fiinilidnU-s tttshlne Tickets for the IVovonittpr
r.lvrt ton. should tend their ordvrsM soon an nowl-
blc. They will U rrlntol in tho
BEST STYLE aucl at LOW RATES
iinMt;i.i; .urn on in:,
tTTPeml In yoar Orders.
Trouble In c'liiilliiuoo.'i. '
Kirby of the Cahttanooga Times, seems
The Killing ul
I.arsPTrnnsnelioiiN in lirled i'rnlf.
Mr. S, Colin, dealer in produce, bought silV1
cral largo lots of dried, fruit yc.tordaVi aWdlfiil
Ing in tho aggregate, to ono hundrud thousand
pounds. Thl is the heaviest purcjiaso for one
day that ha tken plaeo this season. Vo un
dnntand (he nborocumo from Hawkins, Jetrc.r'
son, ClaiboniP and Washington counties.
Murrrel Mau'a rtody I'muiil. t '
Last week the body of Unit ltussxll.iwho dls
appcarod 111 Clalborno county very mysteri
ously hut dune, wa discovered. lie was iden
tified by Ids clothe and suspicion strongly
points to Jim "Winkler, n brakesman on tho "W.
T. & 0. Itlr6ad, ond stejis have beon taken jo
sccuro his arrost, if he has not already boon ie
curd. Tlip Nnlilirr'H (;itxpi(p.
The .Voiiec' (iatettt, .Mar.fvllle,) comes to
us enlarged nnd Improved, being now a "thirty
two column paper. During the campaign, the
editorial department will be controlled by Cupt,
35. Ooddard and It. L. Tucker. Thoy aro both
good men, and will junko a l a ditablo paper,
while tho editor, dipt. McConuvll, will make u
successful (Miiva-s lor the State Semite,
i'ooplo 11 run" into debt; but hoiiietiuies thoy
"crawl out of it "
most ingntencd out ol Ins boats nt the "riotous'
conduct of about thirty colored men, who go
i'.,-...i:: '. i i ' ' " .i ' '.
liiuiTiuig muuuu, iriKiuening mo people out
tneir wits, being armed witli shift gnns,pitols,
knives, clubs, billets of wood, ,vc, stirring up
thunder generally. If nothing elso can be done
to inure tho safety of that seaport, we would
suggest that these "lewd fellows of the baser
sort," be turned over to tho es-Major of the
I win, wnoso experience might prove valuable.
Ait Important Null.
Attorney General llelskell 1ms instituted a
suit in the Chancery Court in this city against
the Directors of tho Mineral Home Itailroad"
and Exchnngo and Deposit Hank, to recover the
$100,000 bonds issued by Gov. Sentor. If this
suit is proieeuted, w arc likoly to hear some of
the inside history connected with the issuance
of these bonds. It is the intention of soma of
the defendants to make soma high officials par
ties to it and dovelp tl)e whole facts, to the end
that our peopU my know who has been swin.
dling the people,
A gentleman, called in., last cranineiwbn had
just visited the school eponed at the Old Meth-
cJiat Church, r V.u , M, JTrri; n others.
lie ropQjti j'joul i boy, present, WHglng from
tft 1.1 years of age. ' The school w1 Very qdltt,
and tha boys appeared incllllod to study and ini
profe this opportunity of learning ' YTe hdpe
the peopla may be inclined td' VhOonrage this
enterprise nofo'nlr by'.dropjiing' in occasional
ly, lJut by coat ribn ting biSoky ay'd'.MpjuV of
warming and lighting tilt lipujr-.njM
The Oioraptnilier ef tho Currency at AVashing
ton ha' notified Jho National Hanks that amew
contract .witti, A.daiu, ixiiress-i Q'Wiiianj
been madr.'by which,' after the' tlrft pf Novom
bcr, iiHitilated banknotes and currency? prop
erly cajicejed, will hj transmitted at twontvtlvo
cents jK-r l,00Qover eeh express lino, which w
a coiuldorablo'ratcof'i-pductiotl frph'tliQ'pre;?--elit.rate
of charges. v . '
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( rliniiiiil 'ourl:
Criminal Court met yesterd-,.ftcrn(io'n, His
iiftner. JddgM. I,, Hall' presiding, "Wo aro
unable Ukgit'tvi! Wpori of thetjirocei'dings, as
the clerk- cuui.l not nt iluwii to his oUlca alter
"W.e gather thu f.dlowiiig liu l- cnncuriiiiig thu
ahootlng of Clay Mynatt wliicb nuvurrwl on last
Monday evening iJmut dHrk near Mattusou
Slinrji's at the initl of Clinch Mountain, in Union
county. It npponm froiu our inlbrinant that
some uisigreomuniuj u very mmuiiw, af gravated
nature lias existed for some time betwi en Gains
Mynatt and his wife, beeau-e of which thoy
hu o been separated, tho w ife living during the
separaiion wiin hit muiiicr. Legal pniceedings
.... in in,, mum, iniii- ii. i, e ut-Cll llisil"
tuted by the wifo. Itnnnenr- that on inniidnv
Gain" Mvuatt in coinnanv with the , penned
(his brother) went to tlio hmi-e of Mi. Myer in
search of Mrs. Mynnt. They had beeu'thore
once before, but tailed io Unci her. Tho latter
was found, after lbrciug an entrance into tho
nouse, and in tlio alpsenco ol her friends was
miulo to accompany her former husband. On
finding that sho had been thus takou oil', the
orouiuroi jir. .nynat, ana others of licrirlcnds,
somo suven in number, htnrtcd in pursuit. On
reaching 'Squire Sharp's house they found tho
enptorn and captive had not yet arrived. They
wiinvu lor iiieui a snort nine, ami on their com.
ing uii. ono of the parly of the nitrsuers fired,
Iho ball entered tho side of Clnv Mvniitt nml
killcsl liim instantly. Thosnnio ball first grazod
the hand of Gains Myifatt, who fled and has not
since tteen seen. Jlrs. .Mynatt was taken back
by her friends to hot home.
A warrant wiib .issued at once for the nrrint of
the pursuing parties by William Sharp and
Matt Peters, Mngitrntos in Union county. No
arrets havo yet been made, but wo nro inform
ed tho parties propo-o making their appearance
unci siamiing inai, relying upon tlio lacts anil
circumstances of tho whole cine to vindicato
.Soullierii Call lorn III Colony.
"Wo have neon tho published circular of the
nbovo colony, issued by tho President and ccn-
oral Agent. Judgo J. W. North. The site of
the colony is hear the proposed lino of tho
Southern Pacific Jtailroad. The circular
spcaKs in high terms or tho climate, A:c. but
mat no ono may expect too much ol tho Gol
den State, we publish tho following extract:
''Wo would not encodrago any to venture so
far who have not eome capital toatartwitli ; but
when once started, a comparatively small
amount of labor cannot fail to produco largo
results. Wo invito. Oapeelally lo our settlement
enterprising, cultivated and progressive peo
ple." - .
fopitlittinn nl'Kn! Trtllirsmcp.
Ilolow wo give the population Of the several
counties in iiast Tennessee, according to the
present census, also according to tho consus for
1M0, bo that all can see the inciene for the last
1870. 16m Increase.
8,707 7,(Ti8 1,030
supper, cv.vlnR !
; The., -i, ".
moie. N.i w.
' bloving :i i loud
f iet tjmt somn one had
i maku the s-hltnnoys
th.' iM4c.il, he is ulways
Polk !..;.;:... 7;W
:( ") i
Clcmrnlsnn, the "I'nt Mnii."
Atuknh, Oct. 21.
KlilTOit CmcnMcii.F.: 1 think yoii do not do
our "fat man" justice. You do, as far as vou
go, but you lack iteir.s or explanation, Mr,
OlomontPon lived hero in the days of his I tan
boyhood, but was North during the war, and,
nsholiisM, was rrr.y hnproperlv imprisoned
by tho authorities under Mr. Lincoln's admin
istration. Hut he mint havo beon well provi
ded for. as he returni-d In 18tV von' fat. Tho
dnv beforo his arrival at Athens, the; Agents of
"Iloback's Stomneh Hitters." reached this
ldaco. nnd displayed "Greenbacks aro Good,
but Iloback's are bettor" hnnd bills in tho
centre of which was tho picturo of a very fat
iiMwrnilitVproportloned man, looking so much
like Clcmentsnu, that on his arrival nt tho De
tiot, young America squalled out "Hero's Mr.
Kobnck." and ptr-orted him In largo numbers
to tho Hotel. Tho Incident has given him.
locally, tho namo of "Kobnck," nnd ho bo
enmo so uscd'to it that his ro"ponso was as nat
ural to it. as to Cleinunston. Xow tho point Is,
ho has innnifetlv come to tbo conclusion that
ho i tbo veritable "Dr. Itobnok," prop rioter
of thorn SiomacU Hitlers; and believes tbnfthe
revenue laws are making wnr upon his humnes.
Ho is really making a eanvn', us hobeliovos,
oii jiii own account. In other words, exer
cising a personal nnd medical privilego, advo
cating tho claims of Stomneh Hitters and ".VA
like.'r Mr. llradford only iroes along to hol)
"Mr. Itobaek" up nnd down iep placet,
nnd pull him out of tnft and ulirk ones r-ben
or if, ho slips in. Oiihkiia ;ii.
Midnight IC. K. nnd Iichel Incendiaries.
ir ,.r .. FA"Mi.wJo.v, Oct. 17th, 1870.
on. Ir. (7. Jlrownlott, Knnirtitir, 'J'fim.'
"Whilst ! was making my opening speech as
tho lleptiblicnn candidate! for Congress, at this
tdace, fifteen mile west from Sehelbv villainy
little son, Henry C, rode up nnd informed mo
that a band of Ivukluv.pnlo faee,and democratic
marauders, and midnight incoudiariaa mid
murdercjra. nhout fitleen or twenty in number,,
n imunuiieu my premises aiiout tnn lionr of 11
o clock, f. m.. 17th hut, and out my mill,
barn and stnblos on tiro and burned them en
tirely up, they having barred uu tho stablo
door on tho inside, to prevent and secure ihe
mules and horses from escaping death bv fire,
and to prevent my family from opening tho
doors and Rcttinc them nut Tlio lutturwa
ttlectudby my son, Ilen-y C. Mullinq, nml he
dnivo out tho mules and hur-es, but a moment
beloi-o tho burning hay nml framework of
tlio Darn and stable suddenlv fell in, eateh-
inir i ne stiPK my son had in his bund with
syhiph hehnd beaten tho mules and horses from
tne stnnie, was caught by the falling mass of
o'irniiig mailer and lorceel from his hnnck
I ho barn, stable, and corn crib, containing all
my harness nnd some grnin, over eighty odd
feet lon, my mills, grist and snw, were filled
with grain and lumber, with three run of stones
and necesary machinery, all is a total loss,
nt least to tho amount of $10,000. This is what
e cau rcoci-UPinocrntic law nnd order. This
is thn reward of men whnhnvntrlml uml .(Silt,-,.
to maintain the flag of his country and observe
her laws. Tho Ku Klux arelcommltting their
rtn,,rrlalln,,ct .....l.tl 1.. il.l .1:. !... Ml
, .....v.t.-. iiiKiiii, in nun Ul-uriei. iiCCOn-
siruction and military law is the only remedy,
Sea JIih I'nrliip.
This is a new article of feoci, whieli we take
pleasure in commending t our readers. Wo
havo usod it in our huiilllet, and have f"und it
to bo tho most nutritious, delicate nnd patatublo
artlojo for table use we Imvo seen.
It is a light and ngrconbld Sirine, very pleas
ant to tho taste, onsy of digestion, and heneo
specially adapted to the uso of tho sick, tho
thousands of dyspeptic among us, and for
young clilldron : besidos tho Soa Moss, iU prin
cipal ingredient, has mnny curative properties. ,
nnd is highly recommended for pectoral ami.
scrofulous art'cetloii!, nnd is perfectly llarmls.,
Hero, then, wo havo an ontirely pew nrticll) '
of food of tho most dollcntoand Inviting char-',
neter, ndaptod t' the uo of the" table for Wane"
Mange, pudding,, Chnrlotto.de P.uose, etc.,.'
Iind almost Invaluable fur use by tho invalid. .
11 Is slmplo, delicate, nutritious, harmless,
remedial nnd econojiiloul,1 as it can bo furnished'
for one-third toone-hnirtho'cost of Corn Starch, ,
Mairna, Farina, olc, for nil qfjyhiuh it is moro '
than a substitute. . ,
It Is made un without tronblp. nml wilt ni
ways be good. Try it( and our word for It, you
will ootitinui) in lu UH'.Mepetulent.
Sea Mom Farlnp for" snlo by Jflhn L. Hucii
butg, Market Square.
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In It it ii ii 1 ii- Oiiler.
Tho damago clone the railronil in Virginia lin
been repaired, as will b swn by tho following
dispatch from Gen. Mnhone, dated Inst Friday,
to C. L. Anderson, .Supqrlntohdcnt Memphis
nnd Charleston Pailroad :
" You ean forward frolRht for our air lino as
rapidly as ynu plenM. Tim brcaclios made on
our two roada will bu repaired nnd our trains,
on and alter Monday next, will run as before
the flood. Tell our 'friends to send on their
ircigni. ' ,
in. i.i'iiui.m -i urinu me, inrnugu columns
ho CiiitoKmLK, to respond to tho numerous
I iircssini-lspllcitations of mv friends to by
lci n candidate to renrcent luioi and Sevier
Sf.vi:iivili.e. Tknn., Oct. 17. 1870.
Mil. hniTor.M Permit me, through columns
Ol IIIO VJ1ICOA
In tho next Goneral Assembly of Tcnues-eo nt
tho election November 8th. 1 am a stranger to
nianv of tho voter?, of ICnnv l.nt l,n.. i.. i,n
i.'..' -i.i...,..'. ; : ,, .."v',v,
, uiiuui in euu muni, or aciuress inem ny cir-
i-u mi .
1 was a Wilier beforo th
deringtho wnr, nnd it Pepublican ever since:
I'.t my olhclal acts-,-1 refe," to my record whilo
a ineniner oi mo Thirty-tilth General Ahsetnbly
Honing to confer with most of tho voters of
inn .r national uistnet uelorci tho election.
i suu.criuo myfcll your obedieiit servant,
J. M. Hammkk.
. tiers lieniiilnin in (lip Stmix vlllc VusU
Olllee, Oc(olpr 1S70.
'iViaoiis culllni; for theso letters will i.luaso my '&.
rtHcil,' ami mve tho data of this list.
.1 not c.'illcd luririlhln IITIfl tlintlfll flint' rtll 1.i
te tin. Dead Letter Ollice.
I,l. . I".
At a meeting ofihu.firHiul Loilguof tlio Itdo
pendont Order of 011 Fellows, held in Menl
phis on Thursday, fVo'jns' diy of the ssioh,
tho following otll(jr,vcro elected :
Jnmos Itodgeis. Knoxville, W. O. M. ; A. O.
H. P. St-hurii. MurtVee'lioro', Deputy Grand
Master; J. line Ij. Jniroii. Dyer's .Station, It.
W. tl, Wa-dc-n: It II It. 'ry, Nashville, It.
W. G. SecreMiy , Hole: :'x hoiupson, Nash ille,
"W. G. Ti'.-ismvr; P. G. John Johnson. Mem
phi Or.uni Kepres.'inat v to thu Graissl Lodge
i ' . '.:'. (va. .- .'j. ... U'l-,
Allen, .Miss 11 V
C....I...I. fi.:.!.. .
Atarntcr. II V.
Affl't'. J 11
ArnistniiiK. Martha K
llrailford, Mrs Sarah M
llalley. It p
Heads. J A
Illation. .1 W
Hurt, Miss Kinias 'col)
Hanks, A 8
Clc.irc A WnlIaco,
Collins. I) A
Collins, Hannah J 2
Cunningham, J S
Cokor, James H
Coche, J W
Coker, Mrs Margaret
Cancr, .Miss Harsh
Carson, T J
Doaton, William II '
Darewnls. Miss Mnriuti
Donon, A .1
liroper, Alexander ;,
Krven. Mrs dirmello .
Frits. Mi tja.atl ,
Fields. R J u
Kesjenden, J It A.l'p ,
Fraiicr.MrsCA' r '
Jenkins, II 11
Johnson, .Miss I.iziio J
Jolmsoii, Miss tjusan
Juliukc, A L
Kennedy, Miss Klinlra
I.aonnon, J J
Leonard, fltijs Itosa
Little, Vf 1)
Moek. W K A
Jlontromory, W A
Mcdlll, MUs M
.Murphy, Miss Lucy
McKirner. John A
McNutt. Mrs I U
McAllcy, Miss llattio
Murollc, A C
Pickens, John A
Piekle. Mrs M K
l'rim, Miss Ruiun '
atoberts, William V 'i
Raster ' .
Sold mill ,StietBiTuT3f.
rxrumivit to thu natljijiilftiNicr.K.1,
2CJSW Voiik, Oct. 2J.-Jfllt Wall -ticcit,
topic to-dny wn the ntitlcipation of tho
November interest wltlmut relinte. Tlio
8uli-Treury HiymouU to,dav aro nearly
S2,0m,0l0. This intorot i.-c chiolly on rc
flHtorecl cfiuiiotis, mostly held abroad. The
Hti'uiiierw liitliorwnicl aro l.rhiging larKO
iiiuotintM. The elltiburconivnts of gobl on
this uxTimnt ic'rnmiK'iltl,v ndU'vos tlu
Mtrinucncy in t-auli Kold. Tin- effwt cf the
Iirojiayment was cjniti- niurki'din tlio pild
loom to-day .startiiifr a strong Bear fooling,
oiitminatintr in n Hood of untl a do
olliio togl.li;. One ('untie Inn bunk old
honvily somo .siy Hvo mlllipiiri. There
was little dumainl lor monoy ainont; tlio
Htock brdkerH. His, coupuns, l.tj ; 02s, 12 ;
1, 11.1 ; 11J ; now, 10 ; 7.s. same ; Ss, 10 ;
JIM, 01. Toim's, 02 ; now, 00. Vti'n, 02 ;
new, OX La'H, 70; no, GO; lovcos, 75 ; bVi,
87. Ala,, 100; G.s, 70' Gn'a, SO; 7b, 00.
N. C'a'ri, 48J ; now, 27.' fjpCaV, 80; new,
07. ' "h.
I i London, Oct. SJ-Consols, 02. llond-j,
bUJ. Stocks quiet.
KnoxrIIIe Wiolwnle Maiiict
Jlcvlcw qf thnl'roduce Market for the wick
KxexTlut, October 2J, 1370.
Thectneral business of the cits- eontlmipA t.,nl ...!
but for tho extreme scarcity of money, IJnst Tennessee
never enjoyed u more prosperous season.
Vl'L I' readily taken at90!Be. for prime nhito
nnd 1 7M-.STo. for rI to fill orders 1'orKouthern ini s '
mi'-T1"CJf,,orjll,pment' A. limited local Uo-
freishts. will havo a larBo domanj fVoii tl o Soul
'I ho present !.ih railroad tarltt will turn orders to tlio
I1!; -HS fii,ultetf nVp,)?iV.' Ttyloeal trade Is suppluwt
J-k!XW,Xr,re'ck; il? 'bll'wentof thlsnrtloloto
the .south will depond much upon railroad freight.
IlACiiN-.supply about pxhaiistcsl, rlosra out at hlilt
prices, ..wins to tho scarcity of tho article. Jlorly cu-
-ii?,Yii "lect t ready "ll at ful1 ,ricea' hut price
will rule low next summer.
Lard ANn nlmtit f,t,i Tl,l nvi:..;.. .-n, t -
mnd early in tho ineemln, ionVon. ' " ' Ue"
r inKn rnir uemanu o.flltyjc..
llCTTBB Still very scurro T ,l.,,.n.l r- .i.i .
,s1?a3IiSrf orderg turneduwny for want of a sup
ply. V orth iflc. from woiions.
Mn.Bn Can. H'U. ...... .t .. . .
...ii-i. uwi cuBirati noun, una larso
purchiuos were made durlnir the pa-st week at CWWJfe.
for peaches; for mixed peaches; 3KSVo. tor
. I1"'1. i'OTiroHS-I.uree sblpplnit varietins readllr
taken at 50c. per bushel,
(Irikx ArrLu Wall ul.rl, I,,... ....! t..
ro wanted at sMXJOo. per bushel, for sh'ipment.
llacr CiTTia Our butchers continue to pay Millc..
MUTIOJ- Vorth 2.O0fi,3.0O per bead.
Poar Iloas Nominal I L(lini,r.r, e.ifr.. ......
will b. paid for early ehuhterlnir.
KuoirlUe Kelail Market.
liihlnaltlul MtAK SM m T b .J ft TV ,u
treen.0(l7i?b. liolatse. V al...t(
umi.i, , Jirw Tii neai, new r uus-
llaeon lM22Xl Oats, bns jaKi
UeeliraT Inti.', B " -t.t
Iteef-on hoof. 2i3 Peas stoekV v'b'ss f00 CO
Candles. B 25 " whli. ,l in
Coffee ajSO Potatoes sweet.VbuOOratO
Ghee... Ksth l'Miehee driKt.Ttb.OiO 0C
IV.llnnr.rr,. IIJ..I1(II 111.. M. ,T!
' i.ivv, t1,, ..,... ...line It.
Corn, new .....405(i Hntar crushed, lt' 1
Cbloksni. each 20S0 ' oiira .0...1W17
(leoriio, Cliarlcs ii
flray, (Jracii A
Cleoree, .1 A i
(lilTor.1. Mrs X J
tiutts, L J
llouilon, Itmlu (
Houston, Miss Maltio
lluiuphns, James A
llenson, John !
Kill, John M ,
Hammond, J 1
Houston, Isabella ,
Hackney, Wit -J
Jon.-s. It T
Spltjer. lloena '
' ntxtt Ml.. A,.,u.1 '
1 1 Kullivnu. .MlssCnthiirlno
' i.Strausbera:, li 1. "
.Hmith, Mrs Mary
, if Sharp, Mvlrlnif,
. , Scales, Martin .
1 Thomas, Mrs Jnnci 1
M ' Tillnmiin. Harrison (col)
, Weaver, l)a id , ,
Wilson, Klorenco ,'.
' AVrieht, John '
' ' White, .IcflVrson ' '
liWims, William : - ;
V Wlllard, M M
, ..William'. MillloJr
' , Wilson. Wl' '
, Wlllard, W II
' 1 JAS. ItODOKKS. P.M.
5'nn lur All.
Jo.li llilllug' Alliinnnx fur -ule nt tin1 Knst
Tennessee limk IIin. full ,.f inimitalilo wlttt-ti-tif,
nnJ worth twio tli' t -iee n0;ed for It.
doa. .1M30 ' I'Jt,
riour t an&Die..s7us3Jia rnrrr..
fodder, V ewt 1.00 BhneVi.n tMX.'i
llay,ewt.1,,......,C0 7fl fialt, aek.,.... 3.00
iiiuc scetu, t10... vo lea, ....,...l.li5,i !H
",.d,7-i"vf MM TBrpentlae,SItoii 01"
Codfishf .-. ...104- nil Tallow. "C 12H J5
LMther.Vtb-. X 40 Vlatj.r. T ll a U
Njsit Josi:, IQJt. ii.-Coltcln; tlMe.1 tighe'r!' with
small oiTerinas. Sales 35,000 Ulef. MlddlW 17Jie.
Kloar-Htalt and Western superfine, ti.S0i3.M; 'inper
fiuo $S.0n8.U: Southern a shad firmer, 5.si5.iO;
common to fair extra A70a6.W. Wheat lo2c. bet
ter;, winter red and. Western Amber tl.Sal.40; red aaU
Amber bonthern J1.43. Corn quiet and, lowerfntw
mixed Western RtaSOe. Beef qniet and steady new
plain mess lOalM.t new extra IJalSc. l'ork ijuiBt; new
mess j.'.o.uu. iara uuu; aeicit io;
hoary, 91e. (jrooeriM dull. Turpenli
ikoein quici, 5-cmu.u. is now
lUVrivonr.. Octt. 2i.-Hour fairly actiro nnd MeiJy.
Howunl street junerfine J."i.76G.OO. Wneat aNivi;
Com dull ami lowuh Houthem white, Wt.uHl.OX l'ork
iuiet. e47.0cl. llaron quiet uud In irwitdoma.iii. rhls
ky 'iiilct, with llaht stucks, WU'.'l. .Shonjilers HalfiVic.
Cixn.NNAii, Oct. 2l.-f lour steady iHui . Wod.
)uu;MiHi.iiid faintly M.nOsj.). Corn firm and sc-irue,
witli ii mir diiiiaiid niul prices mtvum-lnfr; rew SOiAlo
old 1.0.11. . l'ork iiuic t ami unrhanffcl. .'A'l.TSxii.u'
ijiird iiuu t nnd iiiii huiisoil. Jlacun firm nnd Sfare.l3W'
flioiiMww llall'jc.t clear iih Is'. j1 . Wilstv
ii-ivcr, x. ' " '