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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1872

;&imbtlk astcchljj 0wdc 88Waiaj, gmmber 11, 1672 'Political Friends and Foes a Greeley's Grave. (PRESIDENT GRANT AND CABINET ATTEND THE SERVICES. New York, Dec. 3. The interior tf the Church of tho XHvino Pntornitv lire Hcntcd to-day a somewhat beautiful ap pearance, tiio puipit was heavily uraped in crape, anu ioiir nncB or crano were bus nended from every pillar and every abut nicnt of tho beautiful gothic Interior. Tho -several oiiormgs in tho church weroeX' .dulsito in denlinr and annronriatoncHa Tho principal among them were tho fol lowing : "I Know that my Kpueemor Lav eth" in red, on white ground and green body. At tho rear of Itho pulpit, was a sheaf of wheat Ifrom Clinppaqun, In the lorm of n crown, aim suspended over ncati .a, pen nnuanaxe. Around tho pulpit wero innumerable of ferings of llowers and wreaths. In front of tho pulpit was a beautiful design in llowers with tho words "It is done" fii the center on a white border in purple letters with green border. On a ta...

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. — 11 December 1872

gtiwa-billc Mttkl) (ftljnmidc, Mcimcstmjj, gcrcmbcv 11, 1872. RULE & HICKS, Publishers, Xumber 19 Market J'lacc, East Side. tkiuih or nvilschiptiox. Ono cojy, onoycar .. Si 00 One copy, six months, 1 00 Ten coiiics, onoyenr, 16 50 Twenty cojilcs, ono yoar, 30 00 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11, 1872. Hox. Horaco Maynnrd -was ono of the Committed from the Houso to wait upon tlio President nml inform him that tho two Houses of Congress were ready to re ceive his message. Col. Johji C. Buhch, of tho Union and .lmcWcccu,havingcomplctcd tho biography business, has aunouueed himself a candi date for Comptroller. Nosuprlseis mani fested. Attention is milled to a letter, publish ed elsewhere, from tho Secretary of "War, addressed to Hon. Horace Maynard. It will bo seen that Tennessee is entitled to another appointment to Weft Point after the 4th of March. Tm; indications are that Gen. John 11. (iordon will bo elected United States senator, from Georgia, to succeed Hon. Joshua F. Hill. His politic...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1872

S3 SI TUB LAST THIIll'Ti:, WEDNESDAY .jsoKMBEu 11, max NIT.C'I COl'IKS Of Inn Pitn...,.. II. I .. . . licatlMn mini irco to any aaurcsi on np KATKN OF AnVKItTINIA'O IN 1VKKKIV Ton lines, or Ion. solid, io eonitttnin 1 tl.u J a H H o !$ 1 60 5 3 60 3 00 6 00 4 60 "00 6 00 11 60 7 60 1100 a w s o a $ 6 60 S 9 00 116 00 10 50 16 60 27 00 11 60 23 60 37 60 13 00 30 00 45 00 2S 00 39 60 65 80 1 Square 2 Squares 3 Squares 4 Squares 6 Squares t 4 60 8 60 11 60 14 00 16 60 tiii: i'nno:vici.K-.H must kihtio.v. a nsra in diir Itnmlcrs am i;ml Tonu. Vn. .C On. It. it. Tlin susnonsionof thn T)nll f!1,,.(i., r. "W opens tho way fot a largely incrcaied'list of vuiiui.iu.1, lunuuia in uuatianooga. Taklnir ;. V h . " mimy ono ox us pub liQlinpa .ntvirl I r i ....... - .J it.. . i . tordoy wo recei ved by olograph an order for Ui.y iiuuuiuuiii copies ot our Daily, which will bo cent regularly on tho midnight train. UUf llrfit edition hna rmnn rnmilflrlt. tut i.t. and though sometimos. owing to a det...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1872

li 2hrabille Wtchty tyrtmxuk, Mtnm, gtambtr 11, 1872, WKDNESDAY . . . .BKOEMUKK 11, 1872. THE I'llESIDKNPS MKSSAQK. Our Pnhllc Debt find Taxiitlun. J'owtnl NInlinllCK nnl Our Inlcrnnl Relic tlon. Wo gave on Tuesday n very fair eynop mIs of the President's message, transmitted by telegraph Monday night from the origi nnl document and . not from bohemian npecuIation. Wo give to-day an addition a! anopsia embracing points not fully given by telegraph. The message opens as follows : TothcSenutcandjromcofltpnrcscntativcK. In transmitting to you this, my fourth annual message, it is with thankfulness to the diver of all good that, as a nation wo nave ueen uiesseu lor me past year with peace at home, peaco abroad, and a general prosperity vouchsafed to but few peoples. wiui uie exception 01 mo recent devas tating flro which swept from the earth. with a breath as it were, millions of nccu- muiateu wealtli in tne city of Boston, there has been no overshadowing ealamitv within the year to rec...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1872

7 GREELEY A3D THE TRIIIUSE. The Hitter Experiences or Jits Last Days. Tho Sun, lu its notice of Greeley's death, Rives soino fictn concerning his later dnys tlmt will prove of Interest : On tho morning of October liO, Mrs. Greeley died. "When tho widowed hus band was infornioJ of his wlfo's death ho wrung his hands, cried llko a child and said, "Oh! why didn't you lot mo sit up with hur? "Why did you send mo to bed V My poor wife 1 My poor wife! Two days afterwards Mrs. Greeley was bu rled. Hcrremalns were follow'd to thogravo by a large concourso of peoplo, nil of whom noticed Mr. Greeley's grief. Ho returned after tho funeral to Mr. Johnson's, and In stead of interesting himself about his daughters and the futuro gave way wholly to dejection, It was then ho showed the iirst positive evidence of mental derange ment. After the doctors determined the nature of his disease, it was decided to remove him to Dr. Choato's. Ho departed from his friend's house with the fear peculiar to men ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1872

IIOMJE oiitcr.ii:. onoi"N DAUI.IXft. liittlo ami pallid, poor and sliy, With a downcast look In her soft gray eye, No scornful toss of n quconly head, Hut n drooping bend of tho head instead ; No ringing lsugh, nnd no dancing fuet, No subtlo wiles, nnd abandon tweet, No jewels costly, and no gnrmonts fino Sho is iiobody'g darling but mine. No Dolly Varden coquettish airs ; No higli-hoelod boots to throw her down stairs; No yachting jacket nnd nautical style, With a sailor's hat sho calls her "tlio," But "lady"' is stamped on her quiet brow i And sho crept in my hoart, I can't tell how, Not mado to dazzle, not born to shino Nobody's nobody's darling but mine. No saucy, ravishing, girlish grace, Hut a settled calm or tho sweet, palo face ; No sparking chnttor and repartee ; Very silent and still is she. Whito ond still Is my pearl of pearls, Yet to mo sho scemeth tho queen of girls; Why I lovo hor I can't define, J''or sho's nobody's, nobody's darling,but mine. Wcro riches her's.or be...

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. — 18 December 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1S72. NO. 38. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Itnoxviltc us Seen by Strmigery. NO. LXXXIX. It is well enough sometimes to sec our selves as others see us. Wo publish below extracts from a letter to the Atlanta Con stiiudon about Knoxville, for the Informa tion of our renders abroad who dally wrlto ua asking about our city. The correspon dent says : "This picturesque city is situated on the north bank of tho Tennessee river, and Is the county site of Knox county. The Smoky mountains on the south; the Cum-' berland mountains on tho west and north; nnd tho Clinch on tho east ; all of which nro from ten to forty miles of the city, and In full view ; while tho beautiful river winds its way lovingly along its southern boundary, all conduce to its romantic gran deur. Tim climate of Knoxville. Tennessee. osneclallv at this season of tho year, is unsurpassed in healthfulness and purity. T(s lop!tion is mldwnv between Chattanoo ga and Bristol, a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1872

ghuwttllc SSIccMjj tfjrtmck, Mcbmsimn, gwtmkr lfl, 1872. "WEDNESDAY, DUO. 19, 1872 PETITION FOB BETTER ROADS. Several readers of tho Chkonici.k who indorso our lato article on "Hotter Honda," aro anxious to liavo tho public fccntlment developed by that nnd other Inllucnces given some expression bo tliat Legislators may better know what tho public desire. "We llnd n very general feeling that f-ome legislation is necessary to &ccuro better highways than wo now have. "Willi our present roads In many counties It is worth aboutas much to transport crops to market after they aro grown as toproduco them. In order to ail'ord tho friends of an im proved road system tho opportunity to circulate petitions in their respective coun ties, wo giva below tho outlines of a peti tion which can bo changed so as to suit tho views of tho signers. "Wc hope the friends of the movement in every county will cir culate tho document and send forward a list of solid signers to Nashville : To the Qcncral As...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1872

iturcMIlc SMcchig Sxavklt Wfimitim&, gwcmbtr HI, 1872 The Tcmpcrnnco Question PLEASANT HILL, ILL, 1 U, 1872. J CTMiinurjANi) county December Cth Editohs Chronicle : Tlio good people of tills county nro In tho Held with n peti tion to our Legislature, asking for a law nllowlng tho legal voters of miy county in tho State to determine by ballot whether saloons or groceries for tho sale of liquors shall bo thereafter licensed in their county: and since former legislatures have enacted that each county of our Stato may or may not levy a tax on dogs, nlso may or may not levy n tax on tho nronerty of tho county for school purposes, may we not reasonably expect tlioy will consider favor ably a petition from tho people, asking thnt evory county of tho State havo tho privilege of determining for themselves whetlu;r they will or will not have groce ries? I enclose a conv of tho Petition, which. if you publish, may meet tho approval of menus 01 temperanco mm goou order m other counties of o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1872

S1)c Mcchln jpnicle. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 10 Market 1'lacc, East Side. TKitMSor NUniunumoN. Ono-copy, ono year 't2 03 Ono ooiiy, six month!,. - 1 00 Ten copies, nno year .......... 16 M Twcrly copies, one ycr, - 30 03 WEDNESDAY 'D3QKMBKK 10, 1872. AN EASY' WAY TO MAKE MONEY. Tho very liberal premiums offered fcr subscribers to tlio 'Weekly Chroniuij: oiler an opportunity to our friends to ren der us a very valuable sorvlco and to bene fit themselves at tho samo tiine. A good paper Is needed in every family. Its nmr-kcts-and agrioulturaliitems are worth far nioro than tho prlco of-tho paper to tho far mer. Its news items oro valuable to every cla3 of readers. It teaches children how to read quicker than the school teacher. Tho Chhomcld costs-'fess than thrcoxnt$ a weak. Tho poorest man can certainly nflbrd to pay that 'much for so much good reading. People complain of hard times, but to stop thcnowspaper is tho last ex pense thatought to'be.cut off. Reader look over o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1872

yuwsbillc Mcchln Ctjjrnmtte lctmcstmij. December IS, 1372 5 "WEDNESDAY .... DECKMBER 10, 1872. Ni:ci3ii:.v coi'ir-s Of tho Ciiroxiclk malted frco to any address on up I lioiitlon. hati:n or aivi:uti.sixj is mi:i:ki,y. Ten line, or lets, solid, to constltuto a square. 1 J S o o o o H P P. 3 J3 ' - W fH C4 O S16OJ3 60 J 4 50 $ 6 SO $ 0 00 $15 00 300 GOO 8 BO 10 60 lo fiO 27 00 4 50 9 00 11 bO 14 50 21 60 37 GO 0 00 11 50 14 00 H 00 30 00 45 00 750 14 00 IS 50 2300 3960 5560 STACK. Square.. 2 Squares 3 Square 4 Kminrr 6 Squares II 1'or Doorkeeper. "Vm. S. Chontham, Esq., of Nashville, is n candidate, for doorkeeper of tho Senate. IIo was always n Union man nnd sinco tho war lias been a decided Republican. Gen. L, O. Stew art, ex'Confcdcrnte, is ono of his opponents. Died. On Thursday, tho 12th inst., Lillie, daughtor of S. 1. Waddle. Everybody Is learning that they can snvo money by buying goods of It. S. Paynk & Co. ItllSlllOtM, Tho Memphis Register, n livo newspaper, says that on...

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. — 18 December 1872

6 $UroMIk Mwhlj) pamtk, MthxtnUt, gwtmbtr 10, 1872, r Tlir. CHATTAXOOHA TRAOGnY. WEDNESDAY .DKOEMBEK 10, 1872. Ailtlltlonnl 1'ncln How llio IMlllcnli j- Orle-Innlccl. TUi: rtOAKIt OF TKAUK LK.C1TUK8. The I'lrsl l the t'ntirNO Delivered Imh MrIH. Tho llrst of the scries of lectures an nounced by tlie Hoard of Trade whs deliv ered last night nt the Trade Rooms, by A. J. Kicks, Esq. Subject: The Camp, the March, tho 15at th'tleltl. Tho lecturer stated at tho outset that, though under u now title, his lecture was an old one, prepared some six years ago nud delivered before the Literary Societies of the East Tennessee University. Ills object ho said was to contrast the expe riences of war as they actually ocour with that Ideal picture ol army life that most persons cntortnln from youth to maturer years. After porno observations as to the manner in which false notions of tho Moldier's life were encouraged in histories and pictorial represcntatlonsof battlefields, ho began his picture of t...

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. — 18 December 1872

gtnarinlle JSEfahljt (0mclc, Mcbncaimij, gtccmkr 19, 1872. 1 TKNNEKSSEK CLAIMS. IAH ol Clnlini Al'onrtl Slurp I.nit llrport to ConitrcNN. Thla report was submitted to Congress on tlio Hth instant, and will bo passed upon ami probably nlllrmcd during tho present session. Tho list is arranged in alphabeti cal order, without reference to locality. Georgo A. Alexander, $74 ; Lorenzo D. Andes, 422 : T. B. Armstrong, 100 ; David Ashmorc, 294; Joshua II. Atchloy, 090; William T. Berry, 0,410 ; Pnriicll Bales, 100 ; J. M. Benton, 12.3 ; Henry Biggs, 225; Robert B. Billuo, 104; Patterson Blnckloy, 039 ; estate of JMchnrd BIsliop, 384 ; Harwell Boring, 155 ; Joseph J. Bradshaw, 70 ; Chloo Breadlovo, 00; Bart lett Briglit, 07 ; John Brown, 178; Joseph Burchlleld, 215; P. T. Rutlor, S2T; Wil liam Cardwell, 100 ; Alvin B. Carson, 100 ; E. M. Carson. 7o ; John Carson, 726 ; Joshua F. Case, 3C5 ; Joseph Catc, 187 ; Nancy Cato, 6-5 ; estate of Thomas Cham bers, 550; "William Chancy, Sr., 183; Mitch...

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. — 18 December 1872

.8 giiwbillt M'ccMn &pmuh, WcbmtfoM), Qmmhcx 18, 1872. HOME CI1CIE. WKKJIIIX; TIIi: IIAI1V. When weicliinc tlio liubv. not vet a month old. Thatllrst tender darling, more precious tlian How often fond parents n glaring mistnko Aro known to record ns a parent could make I Oh, oil, tho jirtt baby 1 Who ever did spy .Such soft rosy checks, and forehead so high ? Do, Grandpa dear, hold him I How heavy tho weight 1 Do weigh him 1 I know he will weigh more than eight. Was ever beforosuch a dear littlo noso I Did over tho sunlight kiss such tiny toes I Oh my I Did you ever! Such soft pearly cnrsl And tho blue, sparkling eyes, filled with bright crystal tears! There I Carefully lay him within tho tin tray Did ovor that balance so precious gem weigh? Half breathless, they listen to bear the sad fate No record is truer "Ho weighs only eight." Ah, what ft sad error, all errors above, To weigh in n balanco a bundlo of love, "Willi dimples nnd tear-drops of dear baby boys, And reckon their v...

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. — 25 December 1872

YOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1872. NO. 39. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE, NO. XV. MANUFACTURING IN THE SOUTH. Wo publish elsewhere n very valuable nrtlcle on the comparative) coat of manu facturing cotton yarns and sheetings In tho South and North, The figures are .given in detail, and show very clearly that there is an immense saving in tho manu facture in favor of the South. Tho figures .and facts stated In that article apply with slight modifications as well to most other branches of manufacturing. The comparative cost of living in tho South iind North is as true in caso of miners and machinists as of cotton spinners. The fact is that this featuro of life in tho South oan only be appreciated by those who have experienced a colder climate. Tho extreme cold and protracted winters of tho North jiro not only far more trying upon the health of workingmen than the long summers of our latitude, but tho difference in tho length and severity of bo winters mako a marked...

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. — 25 December 1872

0, .DKO. 25, FAliM AND HOME. tiii: KPIZOOTIC. THo .'faintly a Kcprf llloii oV tlic Nconrtrs or J.iist Ceiitnrjr. AVhilo tho epizootic is among us, it will lio of intorost to know Hint it lms prevailed liorctoforo and in equally as dread form. Tlio following ,irticlo prepared by ono of tlio physicians oT this county, furnlahoa tomo interesting facts on tho subject: As many know, and many others do not know, tho word epizootic simply means n, dis caso prevalent among irrational animals. It may bo a discaso of tho brain, lungs, bowels or any other organ, and still an epizootic as cpi domio is to man, so is epizootic to tho bruto creation. Hence, from tho nnmo we dorivo no knowledge of tho naturo of tho discaso or of tho remedies adopted to tho relief of the animal. Thoro is now a discaso prevailing among horses gcnorally, throughout tho United States, having its origin or commencing oint in Cana da. It Is called epizootic, cpihipic, horso mala dy, &c, nnno of which tells what it is...

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. — 25 December 1872

Srawbilfc Within rxmxxtk WftonttimQ, gtwmbtr 25, 1872 LETER FROJI MEMPHIS. Tronbtti In Flnnnctnl Circles A nnllronri Company Vci-gliiR Upon ItnnUritiHry HnplcIou TrnitNnctlonN. Memphis, Dec. lClh, 1872. Flnnnclal circles have been somowlint ex cited In this locality, by unexpected devel opments. Tho now President of tlio Mem phis find Chnrlcston Rnllroad has issued a circular letter In which ho sets forth tho financial condition of tho road In a way not at all pleasant to thoso interested. It appears from this exhibit that tho liabili ties of tho road exceed its assets by about $200,000, and those acquainted with tho as sets represent them as-not amounting to anything near their faco value. In order to bhvo tho road, stockholders aro asked to contribute ten per cent, of the amount of tueir stocii.. To say tunc suen a ucmiinu comes like a clap of thunder in a clear sky, would bo putting it very mildly. Hut a short timo ago, dividends were bclnc do clared, and it seems vcry'fltraniio ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 December 1872

l,tofiHIc Sfitttthlg (0wric, Mjtf&ncsba:, IIUKB & BICKS,4 Publiohcrs, Xumber 10 Market I'laco, East-Side. TuiMis or HunHciuirriW. Ono cor-y, cno year. $2 00 One copy, tlx months, 1 00 Ten coi-ios, nnoyenr, IS CO Twenty coplep, ono year, SO CO WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25, 1872. The Nashville Banner boasis that that lty has tho cheapest coal in tho country, and ays that tho best coal canbo put down in tho city at twelve and n half cents per bushel. Tho Manner Is fast. Wo can put good jiianufacturlng coal In quantities in Knoxvillo at eleven cents. It could be dono in very largo quantities, on acontract, for even less than that. When tho quality of tho coal is considered, Nashville is out of tho contest. Knoxvillo coal Is vastly su perior, as is generally well understood in tho South. I'm: nomination of jSIr. Rule for Mayor by the laboring men of the city, without regard to political dillerenoes, gives his personal friends of tho opposition the op portunity of supporting him-without ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 December 1872

ghtoibitlk ccl.v(i .Iji'flmclc Mjcbnxsim, Qctcmbrr . 25, 5 ...EOEMBElt 1872. NITCIMEST conns Of the Ciieo.viclk mailed freo to any addrefi on np I llcation. KATES or ADVKIITIKIXO IX AVlll'.KI.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square a H a H W S I- 1 Sqattro .J 2 Squares B Squares 4 Bqnaros 6 Squares 3 1 50 $3 60! S 4 S S 6 60l 9 OO.Slft 00 8 50 10 60 1 16 50 1!" 00 11 bO 11 60 2I60! 37 60 It 00 18 00' 30 001 45 00 10 60 28 00 39 50 55 50 3 UO 4 50 (I 00 7 DO 0 UJ 9 W 11 03 n oo; Married. On last ovcning.'fiio 17th instant, nt tho resi denco of tho brido's mother, on Main street, by Itev. It. II. Parker, Mr. Hiss Mnmio E. Jamison. Goo. W. Atkin and All of this cilv. IHcil. On tho 29th dny of November, ut his rcsiJonco m Ooolr county, Texas, Mr. L. F. Bugsdnlo. Mr. Bagsdnlo was formerly n citizen of this county nnd loaves quito a number of relatives ns weHns friends hero to mourn his death. Wanted j lOOhushols charcoal immediately. dcclGd'.'Uwlt. ' IIosie'& DuPtK. IHci...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 December 1872

6 gjmsbfflc gatcdtlg (0iralc,. tUSMbmsbag, gtecmfar 25,, tea WEDNESDAY .DEOEMUEH 2.', 1872. COTTOX MANUFACTURE. Coniinrnllv I'rolltw Norlli mill South It Is astonishing that tho success of tho few cotton factories of tho South, since tho war, has not Induced capitalists from abroad to increase tho number. From tho report of tho president of (ho Granltevlllo Mills (live miles distant from Aiken), for tho years 18G8, 18G9 and 1S70, I collate tho following llgurcs, and 1 learn that tho report for tho past year was still more favorable. In tho year endlug March 1, 1871, JI.OSO, 12.3 pounds of cotton wore consumed, at an average cost of 17.1.1 cents per pound, pro ducing ; iJ,4-i4,07 ynrds 4-4 shooting. 2,722.080 " 7-8 shirting 1,221,419 " 7-8 drilling. 1,GG7,300 ' 8-1 sheeting. 8,051,875 yards, at on avorago of 8.02 coats per yard. Total gross profits of tho year $207,430 0C Less oipon.'o $45,55) 35 Dividonds paid 57,820 00 102,674 35 Carried to surplus fund $104,501 71 Balance to credi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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