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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 January 1873

V UWM It"'' - 4 VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 29, 1873. NO, 44i "i I y y u o o im 'I'l l a m: m m FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. NOVXCIV. TENNESSEE IRON INTERESTS. As the facts concerning the cost of man ufaeturing iron in East Tenncseo become known, heavy iron capitalists nro coming hero to Invest and develop our mines. Gen. Wilder was the pioneer of this great interest, which is now becoming so im portant to our state. Roane county is jjoW literally noisy with tho hum of this growing Industry. In addition to tho in crease in the capacity of tho Poane Iron Company's blast furnaces at Hock wood, three other companies are preparing to manufacture iron in the hiiw neighbor hood. Somo time ago, tho Cukonki.i: published a letter from New York con cerning the operations and prospects of the Oakdale Iron Company, whose fur uacc will blow in sometime during this spring. A Youngstown (Ohio) com pany have made purchases near Kockwood and propose building a furnace soon. An agen...

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. — 29 January 1873

Ikosbillc Mcchlij (Ijr0nielc, Mctmcsban, amtarn 29, 187a. WKDXK3DAY, , JANUARY 23 , 1873 lVUM .VINO iiomi: jsln to Think About Hot Beds. Tlio time is rapidly approaching for .,,,., to think about their hot beda. Look around vou ami have the limiriiuln neces sary nt hand. They ought to ho ready in this latitude abounf the middle of Febru ary. A Rood and cheap one may be l'onn as follows: Make an excavation from two and a half to three feet deep; fill to within six inched of the surface wiiii fresh ptablo manure; set or build around n frame made of plank (the fruuio like a box with out top or bottom.) the edges of the frame at the sides sloping toward the south so that the buck, or north side, shall be six inches higher than the front, the front nud hack being three or four feet apart; cover with sash. Old widow sash may do, but it is much better to have sa-sh made for the purpose. The bars to support the glass ought to run in but on direction, with t lie class so arranged that rain w...

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. — 29 January 1873

Jtuofbillc WitthUi onielt Mcbntstair, lanuurn 20, 1 874. 3 Tliw riljr HuNpital. Editokh CnitoNrrr,F : Most pprsons will heartily endorse what has been ho well snitl by former correspondents of tho Cunox ici.E of tho necessities for n hospital in Knoxville. These ran hanlly he exnger ntetl. Every day's experience demon strates more forcibly than my landmine ran, this preiit want. Then 10 sny noih int? of the higher claims of l-umaiilty, mor ality and religion, the material interests of tho town would be largely subserved by Mich an institution. It Is foreign, hovcv er, to the writer's present, purpose to speak of that phase of tho question, hoping Unit others may do it, and the subject kept con stantly before tho public eye, till some thing shall be accomplished in the diree- linn indicated worthy of our growing town. Without distrusting the motives of "Xon (Juis Sed Quid," in a November issue of tlit Chronhtk, from my stand point, I most unqualifiedly dissent from n, point or two in...

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. — 29 January 1873

tnofbillc Sttctklg dDferonitlc, McbncstJii amtarg 29 1873. bc SSlcchln (Chronicle. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, dumber 30 Nrf:ct Place, East S'rdc. TKI tMI OF SI nsC KIPTIOX. Ono enj y, one cr - il 00 One cniy, six months, ..... - 1 00 Ten coi.ies, m io yew, lfi 50 un on WEDNES DAY . J AN U Alt Y 2, 187 TtKPDA v ws a good tiny for I -tilted Slates Sen ntors si:; were elected. General Gordon to succeed Joshua Hill in Geor gia; Howe re-elected in "Wisconsin fVnm - eron re-eh scted in Pennsylvania; Con'uling re-elected in New "York; Gov. Ogleeby to succeed T runilull in Illinois, nnl Jones, a railroad n mil, t succeed Nye in Nevada. ' Wciuvi te attention to the conwimnica ' ticn publi !shed elsorhere on the subject of our City llosiiital. Wc are entirely sat wiied from reliable information in or r pos session, tha tit is our duty to agitate this sub ject and w propose tf) keep it before the people uuti 1 something practical isa:com pliahed. 1 'here is nor quite a reqectabe sum belong ...

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. — 29 January 1873

Itntubillc Mtcchlij 0niclc .. ftilUtmcftan, Januavn 29, 1873. (V1 V . A. . . . ,,t v "WEDXEsBAV. . . . JAXUAKY 2!t. 1.S73 Kl'l. IMI.. OIIFS Of tho Chroxici. mailed free to any addrofa on up I ligation. HAI1.S OF A1VIHTIM() I WKKIil.Y. Ten lint's, or less, solid, to co'i.-tit uto a mm, lie. ! ivaci.. j n r i w I c. ; i r.o 1 3 m'$ 4 wi'j r, n'$ '. rVii.i (i ' 3 (H)i C 00 8 50 j 0 fill I 10 Nil 27 00 1 4 w: (i oo ii Nil it wi zi ro ;i7 fin 6 (10 It fid; 14 t(0 H Oil; 30 0l 4," in) 7 ;o 14 UOi 16 50 Jt 00 U'.i 60 55 60 1 Hanaro..., 2 Squares.. 3 fcWi"irei.. 4 Stuarea.. 6 Squares.. SBU HinnbM. J. T. Trotter, Ksq., Cannon's Htore, Se vier eounty, litis our thanks lorn large dub of subscribers for the Wkkki.y Ciiuoni fi.K, with tho cash iiei-nm pa living. Our lint is incrensing handsomely. Set LiUrly lo Snllrr. Homo few days since quite :i shipment of grain was made to Greeneville, mid yeH tor day Mr. J. W. (laut shipped 2,000 pounds of bacon to the same place. There is no danger, therefo...

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. — 29 January 1873

Vnoibillc Itthln Cljronuk, ottbncsban, I'tmtarii 2?, 1873. Cienvrnl .HerchamlUr. C H ft W Q W PS 1&3 O 1873. THE 7 KMOXVILLE WEEKLY 6HR0WI6LB Xcw Advertisement. Agents Wnnted for Cobhin's CHILD'S COMMFNTATOR ON THiS EIIJLK. Full THE HOME CHICLE, 1.2(H) rn. 2 0 Enprnvin. The beet enterprfroof tho yp:ir lor njji-nU". Kvrry imiiily will linvo it. No hit like It H"r -utlihrl, l-or rin'ulur nUrc-? 11. ,S. vioorsKKD k Co., i.i Turk How, New Vork. UOOK AH EJSTM now nt work, or looking for some now book, should write at once tor oirculiir nf thta bet fel!inr hook 'hl.fiicd. Kxtnionliniiry iminre incntj olY'Ti'il. titi't-rW i-riuiiiiMB pitpii mvny. l'iir ticuhirs I ret-. A Mre, IjCK t.N CUV l't'ULlplliN'U C Cii.cinnati. ijh.o. IMS. ISVt. JUBILEE iiftrcT than Pictures i the 11 XJ VV The rt.it Ameri An Family Newpai'ir. f la VciTwith ilio JUD' I.EK, Y UAH 1;00K. SIDXP.Y K. MOnsK CO.. 37 Park Ki.w. New York. SKND FOR A SAMPLE COPY. TRICKS and TRAPS of AMERICA Would you avoid bcinir "liit" b...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 January 1873

Jiiinnnllc ftittcthln dlbronitlt, iiUctincspap, Jamiatii an, 1873. prosecution expected to show that the said Martha J. Upton, widow of Frank Upton, a deceased. Federal soldier, lind only our children, Boyd having fraudu lently lilied up the original application for six. The paid Martha J. Upton, being iiiinhln ( rend or write had made tle bITI llavit, being ignorant of Its real contents, On this application a pension was allowed, The prosecution charges that Boyd paid over lens than the amount to which four children were entitled, while lie had fraud ulently procured an allowance for six. Judge Nelson, counsel for lloyd, said that, in the defense it would be insisted that n large portion of the evidence neciv rd on a former trial was not udmissablo. That lloyd was wholly guiltless in this transaction, Martha J. Upton having re peatedly sworn that she had six children. That Boyd had paid her a small sum more than she was entitled to. That the mate rial witnesses for the prosecution ...

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. — 29 January 1873

B iu tting the paper in question, though he might have done ho. Ills disagreement with Boyd was on nceotint of the latter's want of promptness in prosecuting the Bryson claim, he and others having writ ten a strong appeal to Boyd, telling him to expedite matters, and tliev .tlie elulmnntiO would noid htm blumelese, if any irregu larities should ever le developed, Ac. wimoss never Hud n conversation with reuse or Carson ot Madisonville In regard to nn aftldavit exonorating Boyd from complicity in the Bryson fraud, the last of December, 1ST, or the 1st of January 17:. He was sick nt the timi 11a asked by Mr. Cocke if lie (Payne) had not nttrretcd the attention of Mr. Pettitt nt the hltter'tt oOlnn tn -iv,l..t t r..-.i nt the lutter's oflice, in order to afford conienerute an opiiortunitv to nbstnu the clerk's "rough," which 'contained the appointment 01 mo-. u. Bovd as irnnr. dinn of the minor children of Samuel r.niou, deceased V The court notified the counsel for the leienso mat the...

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. — 5 February 1873

un vMi " VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. FEU1UJA11Y :. IS73. NO. 45. A hi h FACTS ABOl'T EIST TEXXESSEE. NO. Xrvil. IlawUfll'S 111 Ml .lotlKKOll OHHt!c. 1 I Tiic following articles have been handed to us by residents of the counties named, hut they apply to nil of Kast Tennessee: As to climate our niramcn ure not warmer than those of tlic Northern mid Eastern States, but longer. We do not have anything like the extreme heat of Southern States. This Is owing to our al titude. Our'avcrage temperature in the summer is about 74 degress. The uverug.i in winter is about :'o decrees above zero. Our'winters are slmit. We do not havo long, continued cold. Some portions of the winter are as pleasant as spring. We :"ve not hud the mercury lower than r.hout five degrees above zero this winter. As to health no part of our country ex eels it in this respeet. We have no thills and fever, or discuses of that kind. Many who eonio from the North, with weak lungs are restored to health. This co...

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. — 5 February 1873

Jinorbillc Mcchln 20iutlc, ft&cfoiusban, jftbrnarn 3, 187. FERnUAllT f., 187.. How to Incroasp tlio Wheal Cron. The following editorial article, oopii J from the li'ural Sun, will prove of interest to our renders : Wluntlias como to bo one of the staple crops of Tennessee. In the ten years pre ceding the. war (IS'iO ISfiO) the crop of tho State, increased live fold.. This increase wns the result of the discovery that Ten nessee wheat could bo put into tho icw York market earlier and would command a better prico than any other except Cali fornia wheat. Farmers went to growing wheat who had never grown it before, and those who had grown it grew all the more. According to tho census in 1ST0, the State had recovered her former position in wheat culture. And wo venture to pre dict that when the census of lssu is taken the crop will have increased in almost as great a ratio as between ls"0 and '00. X'c think we see good grounds whereon to base the prediction. In the first place the de...

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. — 5 February 1873

JJiwibiUc Mcthln tfjjnmule K&bncsbaiT, Jftbtuar) o, B7Z. The Nashville nnil Northwestern Rnil oiul Company 1ms compromlHcd with the parties entitled t suo for d imnjrrm for the. killing of Mrs. llnrry Weathcrbeo on that road lust June. The Company paid Sl.biH) 1 I . . ..!.... . UIIU KJl ttll JUIIUIII-. A'llHJtltl 4111- There is niucli talk nmonir printers and booksellers of n paper mill at Mompliis. The ennobrakes across ttr river would iiiake it rich. A lire occurred at Duvall's Ulull" at mid night Wednesday idsht. destroying tin telegraph and railroad ollices, ami three or ;)i:r stores adjoin'mir. Tim train failing to arrive on time last i:ii;ht, we iwo without i)artlculars. On Tuesday last the dead hody !' a man vho had worked upon the Mississippi -liver lload, was hunted cityward and . )assed n-er tin; Wolf River ierry on tho )ld planl; road, since which nothing has ooen heard of it. Tin; report v. is that he had been playing cards in eai.ip with t'.ie vorkers on the "ilump,...

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. — 5 February 1873

$nb.rbtllc Mcchln Crcmtlt,'! MtDiicsDaji, rtfentargiS, ,1873. (The Mcchln Cbromclc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, 10 fnl-r,t Tln TERM F SI ltU'TIO.V. (Ino I'oiiy, imo your t2 00 Ono copy, six months, 1 00 Ten copies, nno year 15 00 Twenty coiiiej, one yur 30 00 WEDNESDAY . . . FEB K UAH Y 5. 1873. In the Senate on Monday, lion. C. J. MeKiuney was confirmed as Internal Revenue Collector for tho Sixth District f Tennessee. L.vtKA D. Faih's latest aehieveinent is the delivery of a free lecture in n lager beer saloon at Sacramento, California. It was free for the reason that nobody would jiay to hear It. Tub latest absurdity is attribute d to General Palmer of Illinois, lie thinks railroads ought to be constructed as public highways, allowing every man to run a train, who is able to affor it. Thk Postmaster General has referred the question of charging double postage on unpaid letters to the Attorney Gener al. If that officer decids that it must be paid, further legislation by Congress ...

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. — 5 February 1873

Jknibillc Mlcchln Chronicle ftaictimsuun, tbruarn 5, 187.'J. WEDNKSDAY FEBItUAllY :t 1873. Of the Chronici.k mailed freo to nny ddtw on au i lioation. RAT IN F AOVKHTINIXM IS WEEKLY. Ten linn, or less, milid, to constitute a square. 8 E S -a i 1 Square 2 Squares 3 Square 4 tSqunre? 6 Squares ' f 1 SO f 3 M)'$ 4 ftO.$ 6 t?t 9 00 ilS 00 I 3 HI, 6 00! H Sol 10 SO. 10 SO1 00 4 SOi 9 (K! 11 SO r (1 (HI 11 SO; 14 (10 7 60 it no; 10 so 14 SO !tl SOi W7 SO is 00 2s oo; ;mi oo: 4S Oi) 30 SO . : 00 THOS. 44. HOYII. ParHciilm-n of HI t'lUhl, Arrext it ml Trl 1, Toicellicr With His Coiivlrllou mid Nntf-nce. Tlio full particulars of the career of this noted individual, irom too detection ol mo reman. able frauds to his conviction nnd sentence, will be published complete on Monday, and will bo sold at this oflieo at live, cents a copy. News dealer supplied on liboral terma. Tlio publication will embrace the ttorv of his Booming assassination, flight and nrrcst, together witti too lull proceedings...

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. — 5 February 1873

wvnvpsn v THOMAS G. BOYD. eist tf:.cssek CLIP" S'VIXDLE. A Vrdt of (itiilty JU-iidcrfd by t!io .Iiirj-. i.:. .'.Mix.v'rrox kksi.mkii. ;.;. '. M. MeGlice Win then sworn, liis father was named .lolni ,'tc.l !hco, hived within U" miles of Mr. Upton, in Monroe, and was raised in the county. His Miner ownen two colored men named Fr.in'; and William, who wore preachers, but they wore now dead. He knew a ne gro 5);imi'(l Jack who formerly belonged loGeutry, tlien to witness' father mid after wards to his sister. Didn't recollect when his father owned Jack Gentry, but it was twelve or fifteen years before, the war. This testimony was introduced to rove that there was a, veritable "Parson John McGhee," tlio prosecution heretofore claiming that he was a fictitious person. 'ol. McGhee was not certain the negro in question was a preacher, but knew that ho was known.as a very pious num. W. C. Chunilea was introduced, lie was tlie brother of J. P. Chunilea, now resid ing at Fort Scott, Kansas. Wi...

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. — 5 February 1873

nmtillc ftMcchln (iTjjromrle, Mctmcsuan, tbruatn 3, 1873. tPBlimony Is nnrepprvedly nppllenlilp. You will'priiceeU, therefore, to lt consiilor' atlon without any fenr of violating the ...... i ... z i ........ i r .,, ' rt lit V OA jUUI UUIJ so Hrv " ' it the Hound i-iuciil(.'S of common romon you would net upon in your private uHiilra uliero fUd fcrioiis interests wcro concerned nnd where you would not .net were you not confident of the fuel upon which you proceeded. The K'ftion tuny present it.-eil', how does the proot of other c riim-s show the prlnoner'f motives in this inmsaiiio'i 7 Abstract definitions pe'duiii iud in upply iiiR Icfrnl principles. An illustration m i vis n better purpose if one of your number, having boufrht n note of hand from a trav eler apparently rejnt'tahie, hhoulil ur-Mf;ii it to a neighbor tor value nnd it tunu d out to lie forireil. few would Hiu-iei-t hlni of crime if this was the only note of the kind he ever passed. If, however, the party v ho bold ...

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. — 5 February 1873

B)a"""iiiffif''ti i Ait0biIlc ftSxthljj 20wtk, wtfcbiwstmn, Jfcbnwtt 5,-1673. 8 IIOM12 CIHCLK. riii: ittiti.t: nox ok Tim poor. JIi.h ! 1 cannot bear to co tlico Strntch thy hands in vain ; I hnvo gol no brcud to ffive then, Nothing, cliiUl, to case thy pain. Whon (ioil sent thee first to bless nic, 1'roinl, nml thankful, too, was 1 ; Now, my Stirling, I, thy mother, Almost long to soe theo die. Sleep, my darling, thou nrt weary ; Moil is Rood, but lite is dreary. 1 i.iiv. watched thy bounty fading, And thy strength sink v by .lay ; Soon, I know, will want and fever, Take thy liitlo life away. Famine makes thy father reek'ess, Hope him left Imth him nnd me; "Wu could nt!'er nil, my baby, iln 1 wo but n crust lor thee. Sleep, my ilarlinir. tln'U art weary ; iio-1 is g'Hid, but lite is dreary. lV'tler that thou sh'iuld'st peri-h early, S!arve -' soon, my darling one. Than live to want, to sin, to strug'Io Vainly, still, as I have done, lietter that thy angel spirit Willi my joy, my pe...

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. — 12 February 1873

A .A VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 12, IS73. NO. 40. 1 I I 1 FACTS AliOlT EAST TEXXKSSEE. no; xc viii. Answers to a C'orrctiidcit. Mr. P. A. Raker, of Adamsville, Mus kingum county, Ohio, addresses Rev. John lleckel, pastor of the Lutheran Church here, a letter bearing date January 20th, in which a number of questions are asked, very similar in character to questions pro pounded to us by letters received through .almost every mail that arrives. M r. ILeekel has requested us to answer some of these through the Chroxiclk, jvhieh we now propose to do. We will give the questions separately and follow them with answers ns nearly correct as possible. " What is the population of Knoxville'.'" The population of otrv city is about 12,- 00O. "How many physicians have you in Knox villo?" About twenty-live physician and live ii'!itisls. They are not all graduates. "What manufacturing establishments arc there and what Is the probable number of operatives in each?" . , We have o...

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. — 12 February 1873

$in0billc Mhln Cjjwnide, Mcbiicsuan, jfttmiarn 12, 1873. ITVIOL AND II031IC. "WKDNKSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1873 How to Sate Manure. We wish we couM pet nil llio farm boys j that rein I the American Agriculturist to I try tho plan we have to recommend. AVo huvo two boys who "boss" the job on our own farm And do nearly all the work themselves and they soon feel a real in terest in what wo call our "Savings Hank." We have in the centre of the barn-yard, a basin, or hole with sloping Bides. Into this bason the old fashioned plan was to throw the manure, promiseously, any where, just as it happened, nnd the result was that for several weeks or months it would form only a thin layer, spread out all over the bottom of the basin. It was too thin to ferment, and had a sloveuly appearance. Our plan now is to wheel or cart the manure into one corner of the basin making a kind of hot bed of it. Make it four or rive feet high, and as you get more manure, increase the length and width of the heap, but...

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. — 12 February 1873

Jtnorbillc Icchln Chronicle Mtbntstiaii, cbriuun la, 1673. .7 riTfSBlRGU lSoILEIt EXPLOSION. oven ien Kiiir.t nmi Thirty tVutitiU. riTTsnruciir, Feb. 3. Four boilers in '.he American Iron Works of Messrs. J olios & Ijnuprliliii", in Itrownstown, Twenty lourth Want, exploded nt nbout 10 o'clock this morning. Tho explosion was so tre mendous tbnt three sections of the building und Rome lllteen feet of euch were carried entirely ftwny nnd scattered 'n all direc tions. At 10 o'clock a battery of boiler situated :;t the upper or south side of what is known as the new mill of the American Iron Works exploited, with a terrific report and resulted in the death of several men and ,;rcat destruction of property. Tho boilers, which bail I wen in place for about a year, .ilthoupht they had been some live years :n use, were located about midway between the ends of the new mill and were placed between the snike and nail f;t"torle:-, about three hundred feet from the river. They lay facing the...

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. — 12 February 1873

(tbc Mtcchln -Chronicle BULK & HICKS, Publishers, Sumber 19 Market Place, Emt Side. Tl.ttMS OI- M I1S HU'TIO.V. One co.y. one year (2 00 One copy, six months 1 00 Ten copies, one yenr 15 00 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY . . . FEBHUAKY V2. 1873. The Kentucky Sennto has concurred in Iho House bill relieving the Cincinnati Southern Hail road from tonnage tax to the Slate on freight, as provided in tin original charter. The Memphis fyvraJ copies theCimoN jcxe'b account of tho sentence of Boyil, and heads it, " Quick "Work by Judge Em mons An Example for All the Courts of the Country to Follow." In the Legislative proceedings of Thurs day we notice that Judge Houk presented a petition from citizens of this county, 'praying that Chancery and Common liaw jurisdiction be conferred on the Criminal Court of Knox county." Tin; House Committee on Claims have prepared a bill w hich will be reported Sat urday, paying the awards of claims allow ed by the Commissioners on Southern cla...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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