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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 April 1873

'. III.. A A y Av A A. A A 0 " K 4 t , i HjI. IN (7 VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN , WEDNESDAY; APRIL J), 1873. NO. 2. ' ' '!'. APRIL 0, 1873. THE MEEKLY CHRONICLE Publishes In every isue, facta about the toil, climate, production!, price of land, and advnntnreft offered to immigrant In Kant Tennessee. Thee article! are in tended to afford reliable Information to itranrert, and are prepared carefully and afford the chenpett and moflt reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper tent on application. For term! of cbeription lee fourth pace. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENXESsEK. (Product, of Our Soli Price ol Landi. NO. CII. The products of the soil in East Tonnes . see are various. There is, perhaps, no ter ritory of the name area in the Union that justly boasts of a greater variety of pro ducts. Our people, with the proper energy and enterprise, could come as near living independent of other localities as almost any section of the globe. We propose in this article to allude briefly...

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. — 9 April 1873

JXHCitbUk Mtt Cfcromdc, ftitotusiran, yxl fl, 1874. WKDNESDAY ATR1L f, 1873. AND IIOIIC. (URDEX BREVITIES. To Make i Good Lau-n.Wa would atlvise Charles W. (Small to top tlresa his Inwn hoavlly this Spring with barn yard manure orruuck, or loth, and after liirr rowing down nil lumps, tow Kentucky blue grass seed, adding a little white clo ver; then go over tho lawn with a heavy roller. A good, permanent lawn cannot be secured upon poor solid ; make the land rich enough, and there will be nodillicul ty in getting a line green sward. Ji' gt Method to Train Tomrfor. "Xov iee"aMks the best modo of training toma toes ; if on a trellis, the cheapest and best plan to make one. If tomatoes are trained to a trellis, it prolongs the season of bear ing. .Some gardeners simply tie them up to a stake and cut them back, aud get good orops. Uhers never cut back, but train to a common post and lath trellis, which is probably the cheapest that can be made. Cahharjc from Buds. Tho Pacific liu rttl Pr...

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. — 9 April 1873

3itjgybUU Wtt$ Chronicle Mcimcstmir, Sprit 0, 1875, A Met or leather, Iron, Felt, 4c Home physiologist has been giving a co temporary the results of some Investiga tions and calculations In thU Held of diet. Ilia statements are curious enough : When we pour milk into a cup of tea or co"ee, the albumen of the milk ami the tannin of the tea instantly unite and form leuther, or minute Hake of the very mime compound which is produced In the tex ture of the tanned hide, ami which makes it leather as distinguished from the orig 'ourseofa year a tea- habits will have 1m- tli to make a pair of Inal skin, intiiecou drinker of average hi bed leather enough to make a pal shoes, if itcould be put in the proper shape for dm nnrwi. I for the nurnose, A great many things go into the mouth. This is not an original remark. We have seen it somewhere. Hut it is an alarming fpt. We drink, everv one of us. a nalr of boots a year. We curry Iron enough in our blood constantly to make a horseshoe. We have ...

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. — 9 April 1873

Jtriovinllc Mcthlg " tStavklC MtfcnBfoag, prU" 9,71873. &bc fflcchlg Chronicle.. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr l!) Market nxce, Eant Side. TERMS 4t' NtJKM.IPTIO!l. One copy, one yew t- 00 Ob copy. six motha 1 00 Ten copies, one year 1 W Twenty copies, one year, 30 00 WEDNESDAY APRIL 0, 1873. "The IN civ York Times says that bets were freely offered on Wall street, on the '21, that gold would Bell for $1.2 In sixty days, und for $1.30 before September. . i As Memphis can't gctfthe Vanderbilt University, the Avalanche pleads for one of the Insane Asylums. If the wants of Memphis were to be fully supplied she would get both of thcni. Via: aiu:.siiKNT Wilson lias gone to his "homo In Massachusetts where he" will remain during the summer. His time will be occupied in tho completion of his his tory of the rebellion, which is expected t be ready before the holhlays next winter. Thk .papers have -been teeming wK,k sentimental regrets at the prosiwctivc de struction of the Natural...

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. — 9 April 1873

Jtnorfailic Itthljj- omdc lncsin; pril 9, 16?3; 5 APRIL It. 1873. PKCfMEN COPIK Of the Chronicle mailed free to any addresi oo ap i lioation. BATES OF ADVEKTINIKtt IBf WEEKLTi Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a iqunre. t e pi a a 4 1 tenure..... 2 Squares... 3 Bquures... 4 Squares... 5 Suuarea... a i mi 3 .v) i 4 W) i fi fso I 9 on fn no 3 00, 6 00, 8 50; 10 SO, 19 Mi 27 00 4 60 9 00' 11 60 14 50, SSI 50! 37 50 6 00, 11 50! 14 00' in 00! 30 00' 45 00 7 50 14 00', lo 50 , 28 00 , 3D 50! 55 50 I I I I ! oi-k roi'irrii tolcme. With last week's issue we entered upon tho publication of the Fourth Volume of the Knoxville Weekly Chronicle. We have labored to make our paper a wel come visitor to the homes of ouf patrons, and furnish such a table of contends that from the variety offered every taste would be suited. The tone of the Chronicle has been pronounced, and Its efforts have been in the aid of progress and the ml vancement of the best Interests of the people.- mat our eiiorts...

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. — 9 April 1873

ftnoitbHfe Within Mpm&tlt, iMAncstouT, $pri( 9, 1875. tocxriUt rfVrrMij tfhnmirlt. WEDNKSDAY, Al'KIL 0, 1S7D. BEATH ON THE DEEP ! I'ARTIl TLARS OF THE LOSS OF THE STEI.VCR ATLIXTK. THE OCEAX IIOLACll'ST. ... . . 01I OCEAS EXGILFHS 350 U 'OMEX AM) CHILDREX. Anxious Inquiries of the Fate or Pas sengers by Their Friends. Halifax, April 1. The steamship At lantic of the White Star Line, from Liver pool March 20th for New York running Hhort of coal made for Halifax when about twenty miles from port off Cape Prospect. At 2:30 o'clock this morning she ran ashore on Meaghre's bead and had on boardover one thousand men, women and children, and only two hundred succeeded in land ing. The remainder, including all the women and children were lost. The cap tain and third officer were saved nad the first officer drowned. On tint receipt of the news of the disaster here a Cunard an 4 itovernment steamer started to the assist ance of the Atlantic, but the third officer who arrived here at 6:30 ...

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. — 9 April 1873

Ixnoxbilk " mtthln Cjwmtlt, mtimstou; ?xl 97 1373: Kevlval Mtlaf Iiarttmiitsi la the M. K. t'hnrch AKaxtlU HHnrpvr. For three weeks a very Interesting meet ing Las been In progress hero In the M. E Church. Services are had day and night. Large congregations, even in the midst of rain and storm. The pastors and members of the Presbyterian and Cumberland Presbyterian churches were Invited and participated equally In the great work Heboid, hew good, and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. A great chanite seems to have been wrought in town by these meetings for the subject or conversation in stores and on tlie streets lins been the one great theme. It is the opinion of many that an the churches m town are now in a more healthy state than ever before. Many who had almost ceased to lio religious have been aroused to their ne- cessities and responsibilities. It might bo truthfully said that numbers of backsliders have been reclaimed ; and then twenty nave made a pro...

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. — 9 April 1873

8 jjiMfbUlt MttUu omrif, Mthxt&M), Jpril fl, 1873. HOME CIHCLli. IIOIL. IT IOW.N. i Wo uOvise nowapapaf contributors to read the I'ullewiny line. Xlicy ,are certainly tnio. Ed itors hftvo not timo to,' boil down" communi- ntiona and it is truotliat nine out often thrown into tlio wasto basket contain some good ideas which, if not buriod in lng string of bun oombo, would be glndly published. Eds. CnROSKXK. . "Whatever you have to ay, liiy friend, "Whether witty, or grave, or gay, ,Jor'ln niiii'b a over tou can, , And sny in the readiest way; And whether you writd of rural nfiulr?, Or pnrticiilur thinps in town, Jiut take a word of friendly advioe lioil it down. For if you go spluttering over a page, When a couple of linos would do, Your butter is spread so much, you see, Thnt the bread looks plainly through ; So whon you have a story to tell, And would like a little renown. To make suro of your wish, my friend. Boil it down. When writing an articlo for the press, "Whether prose o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 April 1873

fl r 31 mmwtiu 2.. ". W'"7I VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10. 1S73. WEDNESDAY APRIL 9, 1873, THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE I'ubliebet in Tory tana, fact about the roil, climate, firoductiooa, prioo of land , and advantages offered to immigrants In East Tennessee.' Thee articles are In tended to afford reliable Information to strangers, and are prepared carefully and afford the cheapest and most reliable Information obtainable. Specimen cop ten of the paper sent on application. For terms of sabtsription see fourth page. Jefferson Couutj. . Editors Chronicle: You seem to have been troubled a gfod deal of late by corres pondents from Jefferson county. Your benevolent hearts have been appealed to in behalf of the interests of the occupants .and managers of our Poor House, by one correspondent: another bewails the un happy spiritual condition of the members of the two great offshoots of Episcopacy in our town of Dandrldge, and calls upon you to mourn with him because thereof; anothe...

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. — 16 April 1873

gnoibiHc Mtthh) (ftljmmtlc, Mctastan, l, 1873. . APRIL 10, 1833. A OB EAT MISTAKE. rinutcnt in the cotton Ktutcs lmvo long leon convinced, according to their own admission that it is not correct policy for them to continue using all their energies and capital to raiso cotton. Every year ninco the war they have made such admis sions, and have announced that the next year they would raise less cot ton and moru grain. But notwithstanding they have made ttuch announcement, in good faith we Lave no doubt, they contin ue to plant large crops of cotton, and to ig jiore other crops. In East Tennessee, our farmers have pur sued a similar course. For a half century our principal crop has been corn. Far mers have gone on, year after year, rais ing corn on the same fields, untU the Boil is worn out much of it almost worthless. They seem convinced, many of them, that trope, of grass will jmy better, and that they could improve the soil by cultivating f;ras j.oid.hi in rulbilig torn. It eceiLi bt...

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. — 16 April 1873

ytuosbUlc Itthltr Cjjromtle Mcimcstmn, gul 16, 1873, Athens Animated and Aspiring. We are indebted to a special friend for the following newsy communication from Athena. We commend it as a sample, spirited, spicy and satisfactory news letter: Athens, Tenn., April 8, 1873. Editors Chronicle: Yesterday an f-poeh occurred in the history of Athens. The worshipful County Court of McMinn, then decided to build a new court house, in accordance with the design submitted by the accomplished architect of Knox ville, Mr. Bruce, to that puissant body, The plan adopted will give us the most el egant and commodious structure of the kind in Kast Tennessee. The estimated cost of the building is twenty-five thou sand dollars. This will not Include the clock, which the corporation of Athens propose donating, or other furniture which must be in keeping with the beauty of the architecturethat will be without a rival in any neighboring county. In testimony of their appreciation of the magnanimity of 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. — 16 April 1873

3jitt0bUIc Wtihh) 0nrtlc, MciwcsimiT, x 1G, 1875. &bc ft&lcchln Cbronitlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumber 1! Market Place, ICast Side. TI KMI OF urBM'RIl'TIOX. One Cory, one yenr,. I- 00 Ono copy, fix months, 1 00 Ten copies, ono yenr 55 00 Twenty copies, ono year 30 00 WEDNESDAY P.JAritlL Hi, 1873. The strong-minded wonien nro pushing their claims rutber hard. Miss Antliony I insists upon it that the man in the moon is a woman. - - - Arkansas recognizes woman's rights by passing a bill, providing that the pay of women ns teachers in the public schools shall bo the same as men of a like grade. The Pennsylvania Railroad has just dnd to build an additional double track between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh ntan expense of sixteen million dollars The road has now one double track. The proposed improvement will give it our (racks between the cities named. The Washington correspondent of the Courier Journal Buys: Mr. Sumner gains strengtli very slowly. He is barely able to wa...

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. — 16 April 1873

gfcosbiUc Mtihbj omtlc Utmcstmn, pvil 1G, 1873. 5 tExrr.xxiAi- r.Lr.niiATiox. "WEDNESDAY APRIL 10, 1873. NPE( Ir.S COPIES niL. i jji iiiw vhkujiicli mauea iree to any adarew on ap- KATES OF AIMERTIMXO 1ST MEEKLY. Ten lines, or less, lolld, to constitute a square. K ! S3 'Ml a li K ft a t Square.. 2 Squhre 3 Squarog 4 Squares, 5 Squares, t 1 (W;$ 3 R0;l 4 50 6 fiO f 9 00 JIS 00 8 6 00, 8 Mi 10 50' Hi M) 27 00 4 50 ) 0 00 It M) 14 R0i 21 501 37 60 6 00 H 50 14 HO 18 00 30 00 4 5 00 J. It. McCnllum & Co., Tobacco Manu facturers oi mm cuy, buy j,eaf Tolmcco. iii25dti8 wtuiay. , , Furiner'i Merlin;;, m t . . inere win be a meeting of the farmers i" vicumy oi i-oweii'8 station at Oak Dale next ISatnrday afternoon nt o'clock. An address M ill be delivered on uiouiiTOiuuuy cv. s. v. Charlton. A nujfe turn out is expected and a good time geueriuiy. Time Trat. Time tries all thi are useless, and liolds fast to that which is b""1" oiuvus wnuout number have been invented and patented, but s...

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. — 16 April 1873

G Jinorfrilk ffitttthljj tyomtk, W&timt&v; gpril 1G, 1873. "WEDNESDAY, .APRIL 15, 1873. ANOTHER iniXCE TO GO TO DALTOX. A Memphis Editor Thlnttitajr for l.lory. The Memphis Appeal accused the Aval anchc ofbeing a "repihliation organ," he cause it opposed the funding bill. There upon the Avalanche reveals a bit of his tory which is rich. IfKellar doesn't get an invitation to be "at the hotel, opposite the depot at DaltoD, Georgia," it will be funny. The A valanchc charges the Appeal with having favored low taxes in 1872 In order to depress the credit of the State so that railroads wanting to cancel their debt to the State could buy at low prices Ten nessee bonds. It says : Now, the Memphis and Charleston Kail road Company is partly a State institution. The people of Tennessee hold $1,800,000 in vested in that magnificent public work ; and it has three directors In the board of directors, who conduct its allairs. The Ap peal, feeling that it could advocate low taxes without re...

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. — 16 April 1873

jAmnbiHc Wittlxh Chronicle, c&lcbncsban, pril 1G, 1875. A DOG DECISION IX DANDKIM.K. 1ogn Hnve No Marketable Ynlnr in Ten mam. Am Important I.earnl Opinion On C'nnlneu. Dandkiixie, April 7, 1S73. Kditor3 Chronicle : I left your city on Tuesday morning for the town of Dan dritlge, Jeflerson county. Col. Jas. JX. Qocke was aboard, bound for the fame place. Landing at New Market, we took a comfortable hack, owned and managed by a colored man, and set out for our des tination. We found the roads in much better condition than anticipated, made an easy ascent of" Bay's Mountain and reached Dandridge in due time. Upon arriving I found the community considerably Btirred up in relation to n dog suit, which had been argued at some length by able counsel on Saturday last before Esquire Holtsinger, and whose decision was reserved until to-night vTuesday.) It seems that Judge James 1'. fcSwau, who is a farmer as well as an able lawyer, had been annoyed a great deal by worthless dogs, and, de...

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. — 16 April 1873

8 Moxbk mttn 0nitlt, Mrimxsban, glprit 1G, m. HOME CHICLE. EASTER. Do sninta kocp lioly Jay in heavenly places? Uoos the old loyshino new in angel faces? Are hymns still sung the night when Chri'twas horn An J anthems or. the Resurrection Morn? Hecnuso our littlo jear on earth is run, Do they make record there beyond the sun ? And in thoir homes of light so far away Alark with us tho sweet coming of this day? "What is thoir Easter? For ttcy have no graves. No shadow there the holy sunrise craros, Deep in tho heart of noontido marvelous, Whose breaking glory reaches down to us. How did the Lord keep Easter t With his own Hack to moet Mary where sho grieved alone, With face and mien all tenderly tho same, Unto the very sepulchre he came. Ah, tho dear message that ho gave her then, .Said for the snko of ail bruised hearts of men I "Go, tell tliooe friends who havo believed on ir.e, I go before them into Galilee!" " Into the life so poor and bard and pluin, That for awhilo they must tak...

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. — 23 April 1873

KNOXVILLE. TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 23. 1873. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2.1, 1873, THE WEEKLY CHB05ICLE U'utluhca in Tcry Iu, futt about the toil, climttt, rrodactiont, price of land.', and tdvnmnces offered to imraifronti in East Tennwoe. The article! are ii tended to afford reliable information to itrno seers, and are prepared carefully and afford tho cheapest and .most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper tent on application. For ternm of subscription tee fourth page. FACTS 1B01T EAST TENNESSEE. The Iron Works at Rockwood. no. cur. A traveler starting from Virginia, fol lowing Waldeu's Ridge, suddenly com ing In sight of Oakdalo or Roekwoodj Would be inclined to rub bis eyes and won der if tbebusy Bcene spread out before him -was not a dream. There is nothing from the Virginia line to Oakdale or Rockwood calculated to prepare the strange traveler for the change from the unmistakable evi dence of a primitive stylo of farming and living to the blazing furnaces and h...

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. — 23 April 1873

Jimrbilfc Wttkh) amtkt toiitsbajj, fxl 23, 1875. WEDNESDAY, . . . . , AVBIL 'JO, 1873. Progress or Agriculture In California. , A significant Illustration of the prowlng jtuportaiieo of onr agricultural interests may le found In our mining reports anil nwrket reviews. In lbi'J, the actual yield of gold in California waa $10,M)O,OOO; in IS-jO, 835,000,000; in 1851, 540,000,000 : in 1S52, S")0,000,(XK); in 1852, $57,000,000; since which date It has gradually decreawd to an average annual product of about S--0,-ooo.ooo. During the years named, we imjortod from the Atlantic States and Bouth Amer ica most of the supplies necessary for the support of our population. Contrast this with our agricultural products during the past year. The total value of the wheat, barley, oats, hay, wine, wool, fruit, butter, cheese and hides, produced in California during 1872, is estimated at $75,000,000, of which our exports will probubly exceed $50,0 M),000. The wheat crop alone reaches about 25,000,000,...

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. — 23 April 1873

gimttbUlc ftcfaltltr (omtlc. frMtfrmstmn, grtl 2, 1873. TELUUIUI'IC Sl'JIMARY. Inveatliratlon of romM Fraud. Wasjijnciton, April 1G. A special Post offlce Agent has been dispatched to Georgia to investigate alleged scandals, bribes aud corruption in regard to new postoffiee ap pointees lu that State. No action will be taken until ho reports. The Hoard of supervising inspectors of HteamboatH, D. D. Spilth, Inspector Gen eral, are now In session in Washington. At their meeting to-day, the committee on boilers and machinery was instructed to report to the Board the draft of a circular to be distributed among iron manufactu res, boilor makers and inspectors. On the inspection of boiler plates, it was re solved that the department circular, requiring oue copy of each certificate of the inspector to be returned to the depart ment, is unnecessary, aud that the Secre tary of the Treasury be requested to abol ish the same, and it was also resolved that hereafter only two certificates of insp...

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. — 23 April 1873

Hoibillf-Sttethlg- ffferpmclt, ffiBt&ntstraij, $pri! 23, 1873. cT-bc J&lcchln Chronicle. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, XvMlx r 1!) Market Place, East Side. TERMS Of M HMI RIPTIOX. One copy, ana roar 12 00 One copy, tut ontbf,.............. 1 00 Ten coiiica, nne year 15 00 Twenty ciie. one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY APRIL 2i, 1873. Skw Jersey takes the lead in the aver age value of farm products. The value per acre is $2S.3t, being- the largest of any State in the Union. Dr. Hei-worth's church iu New York gives a guarantee of a gross yearly income of 250,000. The choice pew rents for $2, 200. The Cubans are represented as growing moru restless than ever before and are ac tively engaged iu canvassing the question of declaring the island independent of Spain. ( The Supreme Court of Illinois h:is de cided that the right of admittance to prac tice law in the courts is not one of the rights or immunities inherent to or de pendent upon citizenship, as defined in the 14th amendment, and t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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