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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

KNOX'VfLl.ft WKKK1,Y ('IIIIONICTjK, ' DNKSDAY, AUOl'ST 3, H70. f a. WEDNESDAY, AlTOlTST 3, 1870. NPI'.CIMKN roi'ins Of tlio CiinoNict.K hiniled freo to nny redrew on ap plication. Ta Up Xntico. Jfcrc,ftfp mil on gtntlemen tn Ifome ramUiliitm, or mutter nf a perianal nnturt, v:Uliciharoeilforaiaiittr-ttiemtntt. .ow Ailvortlsoinciiti. Tlio Franklin Houso has just been refitted in a thorough manner, by Mr- J. C. Sclvitlgo, who succeeds Mr. .Tannoy as iniiio host. The Frank lin is a good plnco to stop nt. Messrs. T. N. M cMullcn & Co. ottbr to our citizens raro Inducement? in dry good?. Thoy nro constantly receiving additions to heir large stock of fashionable goods, and ivu take pleasure in slating tho fact. Messrs. Dromgoolo & Co., of Memphis, pub lish their famous Fcmnlo llittor this morning in our advertising colunini. Their house has a wiilo reputation. . Tlio stcamcriAlert'hiisbfiQ'n'lying nWie'rwliarf in tins city fovcral days, undergoing repairs. Slio looks like n new bo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

KNOXVILLK WE UK fiY CHRONIC LV WEDNESDAY, At'ar.ST JJ, 1870. FARM AXI) HOME. Sheep After Slieniinff. KILtj Till. TIC'KH. Whim shogj) nre sheared, uuyt of the ticks leave the old ones and feck the lamb:. The iounley will bo made h not far from nix days, alter which tluy should be de Btroyc'd, and can be most edectually by the following mode ; Tnko a large tub, whjeh can be readiest made by wtwhig a molnsses hogshead into two pnrtB. Eor thlrtv lniiilif, buy a pound of "plug" tobacco, and tearing it in piece, use tho wash-boiler, or some other vo-.-cl that will hold from eight to twelve gallons, to make a decoction which will be of strength sufficient to insure Instant death to tho tick when wet by the poisonous compound. AVhllo it is .hot, transfer it to tho tub, and add from two to three palls of Avntcr. Now let two men seize a lamb, one by the hind legs and the other by the head and fore legs, dip It into the water, back down, thus wetting it thoroughly all over, with tho exception ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

w WAR NEWS BY THE CABLE, Oppressive Exactions of the Prussians. Discontent in England Against Germany Catholic Demonstration in London. Its Probable Suppression Anticipated. Paius, July i!0. The Prussian troops nro making onerous requisitions upon the country they occupy, takinir farinui-' hors es, felling trees, and trampling tho crops. London, July 00. Uets are freely ottered that the Prussian will be in Paris within a fortnight. Many rumors are ailoat about the move ment of armies, but tho French and Prus sian accounts of events already transpired are Utterly unreeoneilable. Washington, July 128. Napoleon's mo bilizable force for the frontier is 800,000. The Prussian's enn't fight, except nt des perate odd, on the frontier. Prussia replies to the overtures of peace from France, through Jhiiit, that "it is too late," It is regarded as certain thpt tho Empe ror intends closing on tho Prussians be tween Tliruuvillo and Wiesscnburg, and throwing McMahon's army across the Jthine. jIeM...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1870. TJIE PHl'NNIAN 2VATIO.VAI. AXTIU'.M. I Am l'nivxlnii. ("JcA Din' ffm VVrti.s.") Inra a Prussian I poo my colon gleaming Th6 black"white standard floats beforo mo freoi For Freedom's rights ray lathcr'Mioart -blood streaming, Such, mark ye. mean Ihb blffck and white to me I Shall I tlicn prove n ooward 7 I'll c'r bo to the toward I Though day be dull, though sun shine briislit on me, I am a Prussian, will a Prussian be I Beforo the throno with love and fnith I'm bending, Whence, mildly pood, I hear a p rent's tone : V Ith filial hcirt, obedient ear I'm lending The father .rusts the son defends th throno I Affection's ties nro stronger- live. ( my country, lomrer. The King's high call o'erllowi my breast k free, I am a Prussian, trill a l'ruian he I Hot every day hath tunny liirlit of glory : A cloud, a shower, sometimes dnll lim lea : Let none believe my fare can toll the story, That every wish unfruitful in to.me. How many fr an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

YOL. I. IvNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1S70. NO. JO. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. WAR NEWS BY THE CABLE, Great ticriiinu Victory! o FreRep'ulsed on both Flanks I : lio - GERMANS 800,000 STRONG I McMAHON'S CHIEF OF STAFF KILLED ITALY ARMING FOR FRANCE! HLOODV CATTLE AT WElSSENIiUIlti. Germans Capture 4,000 Prisoners and 30 Cannon. Railroad Accident near White Sulphur Springs, Virgiusa. UItIM,IAT mONMIAX VICTOKY. HATTIii; AT WEINKENnUKU. Tlie lrlncc Koynl Command in Person The I'riihsiniiH TIclorlniiM. The I'roncli Army ItctrcatliiR- on Mod. BnitLiN, August o. A dispatch dated near AVcissenbuig.at six o'clock Thursday evening, says : " Are have won a brilliant but bloody victory. The left wing attack ed. It consisted of the llfth and sixth Prussian corps and the second Bavarian. Tills force carried by assault, under the eyes of thePrinco Royal.the fortress of AVeisen "burg and tho heights between AVeissen- burg and Goisburg. Douay's division of marsuai iuwumon's corps was splendidly...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

KNOXVILLE -WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 18T0. FARjH AND HOME. V Proline llritln r AVlunl. Ycjtenlay, n friciul df nun, while on n visit to ti friend ft nillo or two from, t)ii ft'l'i wn' shown n bunch of wheat, grown m- 3lr. Clay ton 8 farm, numbering flixtynightBtnlkB, each bearing ft largo liwwl with grains of uMiiitHy largo Izp. The .eod vml iiinnfatl in 'the garden nnd cultivated by Mrs. diiy'lon howolf. Promptc i by a ilir(( to learn tho amount or number of grain remaining, and to arrive at that number a1? nearly an possible, our informant rubbed thorn out ffirofully, clpmiedofrthe olnifl', A , and by actual Count accrtaincd their iitini-bi-r to bo nine hundred and ton grains. Allow ing ono-hatf to have been wonted and no doubt mora than-hnlf win lost to tie truo count -there Avould have boon between 1,800 and 2,000 grain?, m the prodnet or thl solltnry grain of wheat. Can Tappahnnnock wheat bent thU.Tenncssoo'AVallior wheat. a I'ltoni.B.M yon r.uiMKns. If it wero po...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, Al'GUST 10, 1870. A Bismarck's Exposo or flic Secret Treaty. Heavy Skirmishing and Kpsulfs. ' i iiisMAncic's cihcuijAh. y RnitiitN, JulV Sl.Thflnscfocnmibllsh 03 ii circular atlilrcs'seil by-Count Bismarck on the 20th Instant to tho representatives of Prussia at the courts of neutral powers. Tho document gives tho following cxposo of tho negotiations between Franco anil Prussia. Before tho Danish Avar, pays Count Bis marck, tho French legation at Berlin urged an allianco between Franco and Prussia for the purpose of mutual aggrandizement. France, anticipating war with Austria as a consequence of the Danish war, nnulo overtures relative to tho restoration of the Luxembourg frontier of 1814,thc acquisition of Saatburg and Landon, while tho broader settlement of tho boundary question, on tho basis of language, was not to bo excluded. These- Instances In May, 1800, took tho form of a proposition for an alliance, offen sive and defensive, the manusc...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WKDJfKSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1870. I PUBLISHERS. OFFICE: BR0WNL0WS 0L0 STAND, r.iitrniico on (JAY HTIIEKT. I".nil Mile. Between Malnottd 1UU streets. TIIUJIS Of HUHSCHIl'TIO.V. On cow, one year. Ono copy, six month l" Ton ones, ono year Twenty co!ef, one year, w WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. 1870. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PAPER. By mi agreement between the publisher of the Whiff, Press and Messenger Mid Chkonicm:, the niton of subscription to the Weekly are uniform ; i. c, Two Dol lars each to sing'le subscribers ; elubs often, $17.50; elubs of twenty, $30.00. Each pa pir now stands upon its merits. The Vi '.kly Chiionici.k, at the samo price of the Whig or Press ami Messenger, la the cheapest paper in East Tonne-see. It eon tains almost twice as much reading matter as the Press and Messenger, ami more than the Whig. It contains the latest telegraph ic news and the Market Report", and is, the most desirable and cheapest Weekly in East Tennessee. THE RESULT We invite the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WKKKLY CHHOXICLK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1870. "WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10, 1870. HPEC'IMr.X C'OPIKH Of tho Chronicle mailed free to any ndclrcss on np plication, Tnke poller. Hereafter call nn gentlemen to become candidate; or matter df a ixnonal nature, uitl be charged for ai adrer' liierncnf. Kcw Ailvertlcmciitt. AVo call especial attention to tho ndvertlsc ment of Mr. McCorklc, to bo found in Another column. Ho is well known to tho farmer of East Tcnnosseo as of tho heaviest dealers in ag ricultural implements, and lias bewn in husincs in this city sometime. This is tho season to buy grain'drllls, cider presses, and various other im proved agricultural machinery. He warrant his implements and sells thorn as lowns they can be bought clsowhore. Ho represents some of tho best machines manufactured. 3Ir. McCorklo carries on a large co.mmUslon business, and parties consigning produce to him may depend on prompt returns. Tho conspicuous card of the Continental Life Insurnnco Company...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1870. lVAlt KKAYS. Villi ENGLISH ARMV TO Mi INC'HIIASKl). London, August 1. In theUou&e of Commons to-day Mr. Gludstono inFrodueed the bill which has been tinder consideration in the Cabinet for the jmsfow days for a HUmucmentnl naval and milltnry estimate of two million pounds sterling, and for an Increaso of the army by i!00,0OO men. Iho proposed measure was received in the House with loud cries of " hour," " hear." The bill will be acted upon without delay, and, judging from the feeling In Parliament upon the war question, will In all probabil ity receive a decided majority of the House. In view of tho ultimate adoption of the measure by Parliament ; great activity pre vails In the war and naval department of the Government. THE FRENCH CONCKNTltATINO. The llowcr of the French army are con centrating, two hundred and eighty thqu Mind strong, between Forbach and i-tras-burg, and includes the Imperial Guard, and Tarcos, and Aiger...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

KNOXVILL1S W3213ICLY 1 1IRONK LK, WliDNliNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1870. I X ltltle tn Washington The t'oiijfrcssliiiinl Ilxvutlvc Coininiltco Ifon. It. It. It u tier. From our Ovfji Correspondent. Washington, August .Id,, 1870. ' After a thlrtv liftrtr rdle from KiKixvllIe, I found myself 111 thN elly oh ' Sniidny evening, andhovG riinco been engaged In " seeing the olenhttnt '' nnd gathering such information 'of mililic Interest as has fallen In my way. The crops between Knoxvlllo and Washington lire Jrtokintr well, though considerably better in East Tennessee than In Virginia. J n portions uf tlic latter State the eorn Is slightly twisted by the dry weather, though not yet seriously damaged. Uy the Way, T could not help remarking the old, worn-out look of Virginia, in com parison with Tcimc-cc. The towns have nn old nnd dingy appearance, and tracts of land ofvast extent seem to have been cul tivated until worn out, nnd thrown into commons and giveu.p.vcr to the thousands of scrubby, disag...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1870. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. WAR NEWS. HooilKSTKH, August Tho noted race liuuv, Lmly Thorn, lIslociit(l hor hip by fulling from the ears. ' -' ' Chicago, August 4. Five hundred ScnndunavIauM hold a meeting hero and pased resolution!! Hvm'mthi.liig with France. PjiiTjADulviua, August 4. John ISuldy and William Duncan were sentenced to thirty-one years' ilnnrNon incut and a line of three thousand dollar-', the extent of the law, Louisville, August A. The Couri'r Journal savs that a riot occurred at Jlar rodsburg, Mercer county, on Monday eve ning, In which one white man wan killed and several wounded. Throe or four ne groes were killed, and fifteen or twenty wounded. Yokk, August 4. No flictx were elicited in the Nathan inquest. His three sons, including Washington, at whom fus plcion pointed, Were present. The hod carriers' strike for thrco dollars per day M-as successful. The Nathan evidence to-day fails to dis close the mystery. Presi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

f ! & ty y VOL. I. KNOXV1LLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1870. NO. '20. ft t 51 s IV, I THE COMPLICATIONS IN PKANCE. "When McMalion was defeated at Wels .senburg nnd the battles succeeding It, and Frossard was defeated atForbach, the pop ulace of Paris, from the gamin to the pro found states-man, Thiers, grew indignant. Hp little conlldence did.they have in Na poleon that they demanded a change In the conduct of the Avar and clamored loudly for arms with which to defend themselves and la belle Fiance. The Corps Legislatif shared tho distrust of the people, and de manded the retirement of Le Rcetif and an investigation of his generalship. "Vo have published enough of tho proceedings of this body to show our readers the temper and character of their debates. They were only reconciled at last by tho change made In some of the commanders and the pro mise of Napoleon that tho future should show better generalship nnd decisive vic toria". But instead of bulletinsanuouucing the expul...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CIinGNIULlC, WEDNESDAY, At'GUST 1 7, 1870. - -. PARilltAND HOME, The Fair. Kditok or tiik dintosfiCLE : It is gratifying to know that you nro tnkiiiR some interest In this question. Kcst nMtirfed that this entire commu nity, irrespective of putties, will itstniii you in this course. A journal, living oil' the public, litis something liio'ro to do than to doul in poli tics. Thcrj aro other interests lnr more vital, in my judgment, thnn this ind the Kiistorn Di vision Fair is one of them luo for one mo ment nnd consider the iinpariiriRble interi-t nt stnke. There is not i; citizui of Knoxville, v of East Tennessee, but who h n direct mid posi tive interct in this undertaking. Xot one. Oar own city will bo benefitted hundreds nd thou snnds of dollurs. One fair, nlone, would pour into our lap not l-ss t!inn thirty or, forty thou snnd dollars. The merchant nd hotel keepers would renp the most liberul harv-t. Indeed, nil classos would be largely be'.eiltteu, ns I lwvi iig...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

Prussian Accounts or Victory. KETUEAT OK TJIE FltENClt. Rnithix, Aug. 7. Tho following olllciai disiintchos hnvo been received licro : Mayk.vci!, Aifg. 0, OflU v. ii. Tho French have turned hack on their entire llno.nnd commenced to retreat towards tho Interior of France, The French hud com menced to advance from Saarbrtiek, which they had held since tho famous battle of three divisions of French against threO companies of Prussians, but, having to fall back, they burned that rich and unprotect ed town, and In withdrawing, fprcad the cuiiiturauoii iiixowiny net snot ill f r r ISehmk, Auk. 0, via London, 1:30 4'. at., Aug. 7. The French Emperor has with drawn his entire line and is concentrating his troops for the dofenso of Pari. His llWMri4 llflVn lmltll tltMi,1rtU MM,,. 1 i. i iculu uu . .... ui,i,iiviiiiiuvii,'i invj 4tiomiuir overtook the retreating' Frenuh threes early r-u tu i iiuy luuriuiiK west oi .aarorucK, near the Spierheron hlllH. Gen. Earners rom inanded tho attack. HUn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

V ' - . ... 3 S TrLlS l"jto "XAXX WAriiZR - l'UULisiinns. office: brownlows old stand, l-.iilrnnce n AY NTKKl'.T, 1'jist Mile, flttwccn Main anil Hill streets. ri:it.tis or sunsennriox. ()ni ropy, ono year, W M Ono copy, six months VI Ten copies, ono year Ji Twenty copies, ono year M w WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1870. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PAPER. By mi agreement between the publishers ir the Whiff, Press and Mcssingcr and Chhonici.k, the rates of subscription to the Weekly nre tinlforni ; . c., Two Dol lars each to single subscribers ; dubs of ten, $17.50; clubs of twenty, SJiO.OO. Eacli pa per now stands upon its merit. The Wi:i:kja- Chhoniclk, at the same price of the Whiff or Press and Messenger, is the cheapest paper in East Tennessee. It con tains almost twice as much rcadinff mutter as the Press and Messenger, and more than the Wldff. It contains the latest telegraph ic news and the Market Reports, and is, the most desirable and cheapest "Weekly in East Tennessee. STATE CONVENTION....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

KXOXVlhhK AVUKKLY C'Hl'.ONK .'nSM'SbAY Al'dUST 17 is:,,. AVKDNKSDAT, AUOJJStTt, 1870. .siT.cijirx copiks Of the Chronicle mailed free to any address on ap' plication. Tnkc Xotlcr. Utrtafter colli on gentlemen to beeome randidnt'i, or matter of a perianal nature, Kill be tharaed for niadver' tiiementi. Xew Ailverlieiucnln. Munson & Ilalloy, tho well known Ileal Kstato, Insurance mid Clnini Agent, are prepared to execute any business entrilcd to them. Tiioy nro energetic gentlemen, anil parties dealing with them can rost assured of having their claim" attended to promptly. Wo call attention to tho card of the Continen tal Insurance Company. One of the mot reli ables in tho country, n policy in it is as good as if tho money was dopo'itcd in the bank, subject to draft. "Wo call attention to the advertisement of Pago & Co., wanting to employ Shoemakers. Tho gontlemeu composing this company aro about to engage in tho manufacture of boots and shoes, on a larger scale than has over ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1870. LETTER VR03I EUROl'E. Sights In Austrln-Tlio Veoflh T'ie)r 'ir'' Sonnl Rights and l'lcctlom-Thc bchooK Praovk, Uohhmia, July 14, 1870. The rldu from Dresden here, up the river Elbe uiul through Saxon Switzerland, ! neveii hours of good cntortnlninent. lhe ilrnt fortv miles Is through n country cov ered with high hills and countless rock v peaks, the latter frequently crowned villi rusty old castlea of theuniddlo age, which we can see very plainly us they are pro jerted on tho clear sky. It was to one of these castles that tho King) Saxony re moved all his jewels and plate during the lift war. At IJodenlmek we reached the lioheniltin frontier, and the train halted half an hour while a dozen Austrian offi cials in uniform examined the baggage. Tho rest of the way was through a rough, rocky valley, which is full of terraces and much mure of cultivated land than before. As usual in Germany, the women are at work in the Holds; nt we...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

KXOVIL'Lii; WEEKLY CHRONTCLE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1870. FOREIGN' MISCELLANY. London, An?. ".Letters from I'nrlu wiy that tlio citizens are defiant of mnrtlul law and continue to assemble in the streets and discuss the war. LoNDO AiiL'tist 9. Authentic advices from France miow that Marshal Razalno. Coininaiitler-ln-Chiof, lias 130,000 men at Metz: McMahon r0,0(i! at St. Avcrgno, and Canroliert 50,000 at Nanov. London, August 0. A dispatch from Carlcsruhe, dated to-day, states that Stras burn is surrounded by an army of 00,000 Prussian troop, mostly from South ucr mnny. The city must surrender, as the garrison is composed of only 7,000 soldiers. Mktz, August 0 S:.'t0 a. M. The. enemy is, in a large measure, concentrated in front Metz. Pahis, August 0. The Joutmal Offlcicl contains the following notices and decrees: The departments of the Saone. Loire1. Aix and Rhone are declared in a stato of siege. Marshal llazalno has direction of the operations. The corps of Gen. Erossard has ret...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1870

KNOXVIMH WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AUQUBT 17, 1870. C0XFLICTIHO NEWS. Relying upon the accuracy of the report received yesterday morning, wo lmve sev rnl articles InthlH iwuo which, In the light of our nlghl dispatches, do not read very sat isfactory. The advices received up to 11, p.m., yesterday, i-eem to indicate that the French still hold Met, and that heavy lighting occurred then: yesterday. Our re ports arc eo cunllietlng wcl unsatisfactory tlmt wo attach hut little faith to them. The French have restricted their news facilities so that our advices coming from Paris are j unreliable. The Gorman", on the other hand, have offered every facility to news paper men, and from these we Ret fuller and more leliable news. We have liut lit tle from thereat this writing. THE FA IB. MISTAKEN ZEAL . The PrcKH and Herald is mortally ollencl ed that the District Attorney Hhould en force the revenuo laws to prevent illicit dis tilling and illegal traffic In liquor. Ae should think that jou...

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