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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 September 1870

1870.; iv xiiii r.oiiV A oriu, i, 'MPKriMRXlCOPIKM Of the CiiRONirLE mailed frco lo any address on ap- n , JTnkc .'ollfp, Hereafter eaUt on gentlemen to beeome randirlate; or miller of aptrtonnl nature, eitl be ehareed for a ndver littmenlM, lloluriiiii1;. .Arreat many Southern mcrclumtsvlio have b'cen Xbrth arc rclurnltig tolicjr liojii. 1'luojNnocl 1'olalooH. Luke AVHdsl !(,., brought to our olliec yes terday eoino of tho finest swept potatoes wu havo ever seen. One measured IU inches in circum ference and tho other was 17 incliu- long.. llrouclit I'p. The, ill-fated Xoi 0. locomotive, that exploded her boiler nt Sweetwater the other day, was' brought to tho shop yesterday afternoon by the freight trnin. Prom tiie looks of it, we think it has made its last Hp Ctunp .McHIiik:. , The enmp meeting of the Methodist lCpicopul Church will commence at Fountain Head on Thursday, September B, at 2 r.jit. "Kov. X. K. Coblcigh, D. l).t will preach tit 11 o'clock Sab bath daj'-OjcemiilCTilTi!...

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. — 7 September 1870

TELEGItAlWC.gUMMARY. - f IIhiwklk, August 30. The UeMans aro linHtenliiK to the frontier from nil minrtcnj. The hour of bnttlc Is apparently Immi nent. . , . Tho condition of the French troops In ex cellent. McMnlion lm received reinforce mentH. llnzaino hus nlitimlniit piovlMonn nml munitions. , , l'nris is fully prepared to meet an at acK. and the capture of the city is considered impossible. ... hi Parisians of nil ranks have been enrolled for defense. , , Uot'ZAxev, via London, August -W. The Prusiians attacked MoMulion's army to-lav and defeated it, driving It back upon the llelRlau frontier. Their camps fell in to the hands of tho Prussians. The pur suit of the FrcdCh"wa continued several miles, and was only interrupted by the number of cannon and provisions taken. The extent of the battlefield Is so vast that it Is impossible to obtain further details at this moment. Paris, August 31. Tho Momtcur wiys that many of the Prussians who "yere ex pelled were actually plotting again...

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. — 7 September 1870

' t KNOXVILLEt WEEKBY OHHOlfffGLBVfiDNfiBDAY. JAMBBK 1, 1879. l"l ' P oor?m-r-U(w.a porn-MiscclIate. rcouxtmctw; "Tr- ' ' , ons. ' Kl,,i,,v .i UUirn CD .P. Ul onino rtpuiit n m ......... . ' .............. vx. ..iuxjuiio otvriiiu mMuninco, oiGKness, ram ana ueatli CARTER & (H)IAL, Agents, 777 " TVTAVTrrrr. fen T,0,n"0n,,0fIU,ttlra, KNOXVILLE. T P. "M tvt "P. . T! to J " n -M K r iJUl JL4 I Corrwpomlcnce of the Chronicle. 1 Macon, Qa., August 127, 1870. Tho weather continues Very dry and sul try here, nnd throughout central Georgia. Tho cotton yield Is nuflbrliig rapid abrklge ment. Guano and other fertilizers of tho cotton lands have been used thl season far more freely than ever before. Wherev er these fertilizers have been employed In tho slightest excess, or their chemical char acter happens to bo unsuitable to tho par ticular soil In -which they aro used, tliey prove to bo an Injury rather than a ben ellt in adrotight. A larger atea of land is planted in cotton throughout th...

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. — 7 September 1870

8 ICN0XV1LLE WEEKLY QHUOEUCr WEDNESDAY, SEPllBMBEK 1B70, FRENCH NEWS. orriciAi. AnvicEH moH r.uKOPi:. Violence in PirlM-A Ilcpubllc lriclnlnicd Washington, Sept. C The State De partment lias advices that iv Republic hp been pvoclnimcd from tlio Hotel do Vllle. The people Still hold possession of thcCham hers. Deputies Favro, Gambetta Senior t-nn und others composo the provisional g Aernnieiit. Bochefort was liberated by the people. Baron (Jerolt 1ms n dispatch from his govern mont stating thnt Napo leon, disavowing the power to treat for pen e, and tlio goverinnent being t 1 aris the war must continue. Jlitl'sSKUi, Sept. r.. It N stated that 1 ego has been selected us the Emperors p!. c of detontldn. f-c v ral of Eugenie' inaidi of honor lniv tii ' ived here. London. Sept. o. The members of the provisional government established at I ar is f.re us followH : Troeliu, Simon, Gnin bctta, Pclletan, Favro. Terry. Keratry, Cre niietix, PIcard and Qrevj. Baron (ierolt isi constantly in rec...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 September 1870

VOL. I. KNOXVILLK TENN.t WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870." NO. 24. The recent course of events In Europe has been so rapid os tooxeitonstonlshniotit vvn nniong us In America,' used os wo huvo by our late experiences, becoino to political cvcntH of stupendous magnitude being accomplished in exceeding brief space. The downfall of the Napoleonic dynasty and tho uprising of u republic in Us placo recalls many Important scenes in the history of that volatile nation whoso political course both in war and nonce has so often startled and convulsed Europe and interested tho civilized world. The word republic, naturally turns our thoughts to tho fearful rolirn of terror which marked the llrst attempt of France at that, form of government. By the wild blaze of their llrst liberty torch Frenchmen gladly hurled to destruc tion the traditions and institutions of tho past. Itoyalty, aristocracy, proscription, all were thrown down In lierco haste, and tho monarchies of Europe stood aghast as the stre...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. o WAK NEWS. t Further Details of tho ..Closing Jlatuo About Sedan.- The detailed account of tho Tribune of the battle about Sedan which we published yesterday was not complete. We give the conclusion, which is as follows. " There will be a devil of a tight for that crest before it is won or lost," said Sheri dan, straining his eyes through his Held glass at tho hill, which was not three miles from where we stood, with the full sun shining on it from bohind us. At hair past one the French cavalry this time, T fancy, a regiment of carbineers made an other dash at the Prussians, who, on their part, were being reinforced every minute, but thev met with the same fate as their On thrcn in the iron .Incket, and wero wnt with heavy loss to the right about. The Prus-ians took advantage of their flight to ad wince their line a couple of hundred yanfs nearer the line which the French in bntrv held. These adventurous Prussians split Int...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. TELEGRAPH IC SUMMARY. TUB FAKMISUS FAV01UTK " Paius, Sept, 8 Evening. Great crowds of the Garde Mobile ami citizens carrying French and American lings made a dem onstration before the American Legation lo-day. allowing their gratitude for the re cognition of tlio French ronubllc by the United States. "Washburn's letter to Fnvro gives great satisfaction. The people aro pursuaded Unit the American government will Interfere with Kavro for peace. London, Sept. 8. Tlio Pope still retains tho services of his Legionaries, though the Italians are rapidly preparing to enter the Papal States. The Pall Mall (htzt Id 's Pal is correspond ent says Lord Lyons, Chevalier Nigra and tho Italian Minister at the French ('aitltol nro about going to the Khig's headquarters xo negotiate a suspension ot nosumies. Ukulin. Sent. 8. Part of Lorraine and nil of Alsace will probably be demanded of France. The western frontier must com mence at Esch, on...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 September 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. l'UIJMSllEKS. office: gkownlows old stand, Xiilrnnro on UXY STIti:in', lUxst Side, Uctwccn Main and Hill streets. TP.KMN r Sl ltSt'Itll'J'IO.V. Ono copy, ono year t. J'2 00 One copy, six months, 1 00 Ten copies, ono year, 17 AO Twenty copies, ono year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, SKl'T. U, 1870. COUNTY MEETING. AVo hopo to see ft goodly iiumbur of our Republican friends from the country at the County Sleeting, on Saturday, tit -which time delegates will ho appointed to the Gubernatorial, Senatorial and Floterial Conventions. CONVENTION AT COAL CREEK. AVo would call tho attention of the Re publican delegated to tho above Conven tion to the importance of a full attendance, The Convention meets on Saturday next, the 17th. A list of delegates are published elsewhere in the CintOXKM,!:. REPUBLICAN TRIUMPH IN VERMONT. The election in Vermont on Tuesday re sulted in a complete Republican victory. The entire Slate ticket was elected. The State...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 September 1870

"WEDNESDAY, .... i '. KEPT. 14, 1870. Nii:i!i3ir,.v t:orii:s Of tho Chronicle mulled frcato nhy address on ap' nllentlon. Tnlto Aotlec. nrtflcr mitt on prnltemcn to brenme rantUdntf, or m'wicru jjrioniit nrroirc, icm or ennrffcajor an aave r-fiiemen. Witter Work. Chattanooga is going t have water works. Cannot tho ontorprlse be started In Knoxvillo ? The Full'. V o (earn thnt tho rnoo track nt the Fair Grounds will ho completed to-day. .ISnrrlciI. On Saturday ovohing, the 10th inat., at tho Catholic Church, hy Father Flnnegan. Mr. Robert Barrett to Mis Knto't'. Sullivan. NjICCllll I'l'lMlllllIII. X am authorized by dipt. J. 11. alloy, to otl'or in his namo ten dollars in cah for the best ton pounds of leaf tnbacoo raised in Fast Ten nessee. 0. AV. Ciiaultux, Sec. &c. Mlltll Vll.ll tl ..t,W.1l Mr, Rnngo, of Johnson' depot takes oil' tho premium for tho lnrgott penuhea wo have seen. Ouo'of which proscnted to us measures alcvon mines m ciromnlcrence. Who can beat it ? i im Special ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. fOMWCXICiTKB.J PITY THE POOR FAiniKK. What Shall bo Jlonu Willi the Wlirnl Crop 1 Everybody In Kast Tennessee bin for tho jinsl six montliH been counting on the nnig nllkoiit wheat crop of the season. Not on ly tho funnur, but the merelmnt, nieclmn ie, manufacturer, laborer, and, In fact, nil clauses, have been expecting to realize, directly or Indirectly, mjuio benefit from thiH lino crop. But, now the grain is har vested and ready for market, what Is the result? The price oll'ered Is so ini-ernbly low that no one can allbrd to sell. There may be a current market price for articles of merchandise, and at the' same lime a wide tlillbrom-u in the price realized by the seller depending on the faet whether he Is the party that must sell or whether the buyer must buy. This dif ference Is realized by tlioe who make tho purchaseof a set of furniture to commence housolseepiiig, and who in turn, from some necessity, are compelled to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 September 1870

t KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. WAR JTEWS. The Trlbuue'H Graphic Account of McMa lion's Lrtftt Hntllo. Wo published yesterday morning 11 di gest of tho preliminary movements of tho great battle about Sedan, which wan sent us In our Sunday night special dispatches. Wc give below tiio detail of the move ments, as telegraphed by the New York Tribune's correspondent last Thursday nlrht, from King WilliiuuV headquarters : Having thus endeavored to give some faint idea of tho scene of what Is, in all probability, t'ho decisive battle of the war, 1 will ncxtgivoan account of the positions of the different corpsat the commencement of the action, premising that all the move ments were of the simplest possible nature, tho object of the Prussian generals being to close- the crescent of troops, the shape of the line with which they begun huttlc.intoticlr i le, by a junction between the Saxon torps on tho rljrht nnd the Prussians on the lett. Tilts took placo at noon...

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. — 14 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1870. jKF.MNi.tt roit ciiunvn. Has Miybody heard the b(U,7- w YOU havo? denr me, J khpVr fuU.cll I'll never dres In time. For mercy's sake, come help me, Jano i I'll make my toilet quito plain, (This i9 for the sake of rhyme.) Hero laco this guitar for mo do : " A hole," you say? plaeno tako the shoo I l'Jease, Jauey. try and hldo it. I know it's Sunday but, my foul, I cannot wear it with n hole, Tho men will spy it. They'ro nlwnys peeping at our feet (Tho' to bo Stiro thoy needn't poop Tito way wo hold up oiir drossos.) I'll disappoint thoni though to-dav, " A.nd cross myself," pray what did you say ? Dont laugh at wy distresso. How beautifully this silk will rustic I f " Plcaso hand mo my self-adjusting bustle, My corset nnd my hoop.'') There now, I'll tako fivo skirts or six s Do hurt', Jano, and help wo tlx You know I cannot stoop! How shall I say my prayers to-day ? As if girls went to church to pray'l now can you bo so fooli...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1870

a y y . . , is. : .it a - : -r : r ' - . . , . VOL. I. THK CONCHtTttSIOKkVL casVash. Letler from Hon. Horace Moyimrd. KnoxvujMJ, September 16, 1870. (of. John L. Murphy, Chairman lixenittva Commltic: Di-unSm: You, os tho recognized organ of the Republican party hi this Congres sional District, have, nt considerable pains, consulted tho people to know theirsentl ments in respect to my becoming a candi date for rc-clcction. Nothing but the gen eral assent of our friends, unequivocally expressed, would justify me, or could in duce me, to assume that attitude before the District without a formnl nomination, by a convention called as usual. Afler having visited tho most of the fourteen counties which compose the District, and having conferred, with." person's from them all, I feel at liberty to accept thVhumerous publMied calls us n fait" Xxprc.siion"oV the Republican sentiment, and to blfer myself as a candidnte for Representative in Con gress from this, tho Second Congressional Distric...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1870. OUU NASUVIIiliK IjITTTKH. The Democratic Convention AYlio Commi-jeil It anil What was Done Their Platform and Spirit. Xaruviixk, Sept. 13, 1870. Tho gront nieetiiijr of the Democratic ffiunt, to lo n small job. lairing reference t tlio next Governor of this Volunteer State, lin bcrti semi. It has ilono its work, tired in puns, mul ncpnr ntcd Ar their homes fullv ?ntiflcl that they Imvo ilono work that will forever entitle them to tho gratitude, of their fellow-citizens. How they did their vork, nntl what trouble they .hail to keep out tho nnploaof llenril. that were 011 tlnually trying to creep in. will he the tnisine of vour correspondent. Tho Convention win liiinurout, it was re i t ahlo, it was earne-'t, it wa defiant, it wa eufrer, it was wolllsh. , , , .... In tho street!, at the hotel, tho night before, there was much discussion, all about a platfovin, as for a man it was generally coneeeded that Urown was the coming p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1870

KNOXVILLL WEEKLY CHRONH a) -WEDNESDAY. M5PTliMBKll 21, 1870. TliLKCJIlAI'IIIC SUM3IAKY. Munich, Kept. 13. Prussia formally notlllcil litvvarlu of lior Intention to annex h portion of Franco as a nllltarv frontier. Tlio Pope has ordered a ee.'natlon of re sistance to the Ilallnn occupation. Jllsnmrck, in his olllclal report to the King, dated tho 'M, describes ills interview with Xnpoleon. Is'apoleon wanted better terms ot capitulation than the Germans offered. Jiisniarck refused to discuss the subject, as It was a military question, hut ho was willing to discuss terms of peace. The Emperor replied that as a prisoner Mich discussion was impossible, and re ferred JJismarck to the Government at Paris. JJismarck replied that the situation at Paris offered no entering point for peace overtures. The Emperor propo.-ed that the I- rcnch army he allowed to pass into Bel gium niicl there surrender, which was re fused. Tho Emperor stated that he despised the horrors of civil war, but he had yi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1870

KNOXVILVLE WEEKLY C1I HON K'LE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1870. PCWdSHMlS. ' OFFICE: BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, r.iKinncc on i,VY NTKMVr, Vast Slilc. ltetve Main ami 11111 streets. Ti'.itMN or simst'MPTiox. Ono I'oryi one year One copy, six months Ten uoplc, umryear,......'. Tw cnty cories, ono yenr -7? AVEDNliSl)AY, .. . . V. , 32 00 1 00 n.AW....... 17 R0 SO 00 T. 1870. ANDREW! JOHNSON IfBHftST BEN. BROWN. Thi' Memphis li(f"(7nc7rsnys that, upon infonmition which it deems reliable, " ox Presldent Johnsonlhns determined to can vass the State in the ponding"; Gubornuto rl.il campaign ngniiist General John C. Brown. HALF-FARE TICKETS. We are authorized to state that tho East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Bailroad will return delegates attending tho ltopub-' liean Convention at Nashville on tho 212d, without any charge. ".yriiat is, full lure will he charged to Chattnnnoogurbut nothing returning. We learn that jj.hcNsiWivillo and Ohrfltaitooga "Boa'd lin adopted the same rates. Tjij: Loui...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1870

KNOXVILLH WKEKLY Oil KONICLE, W KDNESPAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1870. AVRDNKSDAY, ....... SKPT. 121, 1870. . Ni-iicmr.sr ;oiii:.h , , ' Of the Ciinoviei.r. mniled froc to'nnr address ort ap plication. Tnlte Nolle?.. Ihrcn!' rtti4 fVt i?frmWi'o &sfme rmiiKfirlt'. or tmtttcr f ri )rrntt iinMrt, wilt tr hru'tt htr in aujlrrr-tin-mint. THE FALL CA!VlrAlCM. Tin: knoxviijLK iiiuomcu;, (haii.i5 a'xo" wi:r.i,v.) The mil) Hail) KcphSjUdki A'ou.spapiM' Hi (ho Staltv The full campaign in now fatty j nti, nnd'in tlio futuro us in lliu past; We thtAn.t ti'rtifce tifit K.voxviixr.,OitdirtpMj,8'T)ve nfjva'jw. Our columns will oontiiilMtmttet suited to th tasto of tho politician nii'fl'tHiSil jrtHfler. TlIK UAIt.Y Will always ,COIlUill the llttfst telegraphic now'swltli mailers uflimftl ani'gn'n eral interest, ' ' The ATjbkkiv CimoMri.h i-- a large eight page paper, printed on new mi'! l1. ,ir typo, and contains tho olioltfasVsSIWisjlis tV'i.ithc Daily editions, unil is t!sjitiiillyJitlbly(tl !ivjNirti...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1870

iil'jwaanwv'i'i.'"''-an KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1870. PBESIDENT GRANT'S FINANCIAL RECORD. Wo have rcpcntoclly furnished statements of the rapid decrease of the public debt un der the present economical administration of President Grant. An exhibit Just Issued from tho Treasury Department shows n continuation of the heavy reduction even tinder the great decrease In taxation pro vided for by Cougrcs "during hift session. Tho exhibit shows that for the eighteen months of President Grant's administra tion, ending on 1st September instant, tho increase in the receipts of the Government over tho receipts for the eighteen months preceding under Andrew Johnson amounted to $87,21.VV3.GO. This Increase, It should bo remembered, was effected un der u dcerease In rates of taxation. The Increase, therefore, was thcrcsultof a more efllcicnt and honest system of collecting our revenues. "While this increase in receipts was going on, a corresponding heavy decrease in th...

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. — 21 September 1870

OUIt AYASHIXOTOX LETTER. ' Tin; Ilvimlillcim Aso liilloii-j:i (Ion or Ollliors-niicrcli or Attorney "JcihthI Alici'iniui, Ac, .lie. Washinoton, I). C.Bupt. Oth, 1870. Editors CiiiioNiciiii : Tlic Southern lieiiiihlicnu AHsoelntion of thif) city in now no longer n creation of the imagination only, hut is asuining the proportions of a living, practical power in the Republican ranks Our organization is complete, and most of the business committees have been appointed, and have commenced their la bors with great zeal and comparative SUC CCSS. With Mich active men at its head an Cinieral Allan Ituthorford, of North Caro lina, as President, Judge J. J. Martin, of .viiiuauiu, uh ice i-resiiicnt, united witn tlic labors of energetic members like dipt. m moors 01 cnoi-gcuc incinuora nico cum. ilerritt. of Tennessee, llutler, of Georgia, i'lood, of Vlrginin, nml Major AVrapp, of iVcst Vlrginin, togotlicr with n'ho.st of -Merriu J? West others who have "faced the music." in Southern States, In...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,. 1870. THE WAR. FOUKUJN NEWS 111' TUB CABLE. Prussian H oiks alStrasbtinr Finished. t .j Pop ritis IX. in a Tight IMaco. SiiiTcrinr; of ih'o Troops at Mel. Horrible Atroctttot f thf War, I tiffiiivcs B!iltoU' at rtazHIlcs, Bremen Lino of Stormers ItcwiJtied. Versailles Taken by the, Uhlans. 1 f V t c Flohknck, Sfcftt'. IS. Ail ofllclal dispatch f om Montcraturedo, tinted Saturday, .sny iJvon Von ArnleniMiheto Oen. Coaonm's nuiirtf-rs ly order of tlio Pope (o cxptiUn tliat foreign military for tlio moment rule Itomc, and the Potto wi unable to prevent riiManee. The J'ope wialiod to know what couree (Villoma intended to take. Codornn replied, that his purpose wan fully Bet forth in royal proclamation, butthat the King's patience was tired by resistance on the part of foreign troojw. Unroll Von Arnlem asked twenty-four hours' delay, that he might biinfe additional influence to bear on the I 'ope. Codorna yielded fro far as not to att...

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