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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 May 1873

V0L- IV KNOXVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY. MAY ii IS73 " 3TT . .. y, . i -I 1 AAAtV ..1.1. ' i I 4 l 1. M. it jT I WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1873. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE Publishes In eTCry is?uo. facU about the soil, climate, productions, price of land;, and advantages oflcre'l to immigrant! in East Tennessee. These articles are in tended to afford reliable information to strangers, and are prepared carefully and affjrd the cheapest and most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper sent on application. For terms of snbsaription see fourth page. FACTS ACOIT EAST TENNESSEE. East TeiineMNee hy a ('oniirc Unit Yankee. NO. CVII. I know of luy own observation, that there are in the manufacturing villages of my native btate, hundreds of men who were bred on. farms, and who looks, with longing hearts, to the ereen field, mill pine for the open air and healthy exercise oi iarm me. But a farm life to them, where lands are near, is impossible except ashired laborers, P rom T.I11S TI1PV ...

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 May 1873

Jlnoibillc SiSIcchln Chronicle ft&lc&ncsimi), hj Vi, 187a. m ay n, I ron ProwpcrU in Sevier. "We lenrn from n reliable frcntlemnn that fruit of evory description is certainly Killed in Weir Vniley nnd on l'igeon Jtiver, In Kovier county. Jlesnys Bonie Jittio may have escaped tne ifopton upland, but the crop will te very np;in. oru atui vyneiu, lio reports, look splendid, especially wheat, of which an abundant liurvest is expected. A I'lirthrr Correction. Editors Chronicle : I nhould have remarked In my article of yesterday con cerning the manner of electing delegates to the Farmer's Convention that the Execu tive Committee Issued a call some time since to the effect that all farmers, wheth er delegates or not, were earnestly invited to attend said Convention. Hence it Is the understanding both of the Committee and the President, and all concerned, that ev ery farmer, who wishes to attend the Con vention, will meet with a cordial welcome on the -7th of the present month. C. Y...

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 May 1873

THE DIXO. BRIDGE DISASTER. Additional Details of tlie Horrible Acci dent. Fuller teli'graiihic ailvici-s from Dixon explain the maimer of the bridge disaster jcivc-u m me last issue of the Chronicle, The richt of bnntisin wn lid no nilminla. tered to a number of recent converts to one of the Baptist churches there, at a point in Kock river, just below the Truss dall iron bridce. About two hundred ner sons, including many ladies and a number 01 cuuuren, gatnered on tne bridge to wit ness me ceremony, wnen suddenly, with' out warning, the bridge gave way, precip itating its freight into the stream lielow. The bridge was constructed of iron, of me itnsueu pattern, ana liad Jive spaus vivuieu nwiui iweuiy iees auove me water. wnicii at tbis point is from fifteen totwen ty feet deep. The three middle spans are still standing, but In such a condition that is is tuougnt iney will ran when the wreck nt the end of the snans is elearod awhv. Workmen are busy to-night putting in place derricks...

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. — 14 May 1873

3nwbillc SMcchlji ffifenmiclc, iitfUtmcstum, h 11, 1873. k cclcchln (bronitlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Auhiber 19 Market Place, Ptit Side. TF.KMS IF M IIM KII'IIOX. One copy, one year 4- 0" One copy, six month?, 1 W Ten co)Hf, olio yenr,..- 15 00 Twenty co.ic., one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY MAY II, 1873. A J'.oston man advertises for live ex perieuced men "to press corset.-." lie is overwhelmed with applicant. The editor of the Union and American who Is now also Comptroller by appoint ment, fays he has disposed of the little in terest he had in that concern. He has probably " placed it where it will do the most good." The Athens 2W has a candidate for Governor to nominate in due time. Ivins says he is a "mountaineer'' and aspires to the place. The article has attracted at tention and the question is, who is the Democratic editor's "mountaineer ?" The editor of the Union and American having secured a fat oftlce, by procuring the resignation of Hobbs as Comptroller, his paper grows f...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 May 1873

iinoibi!lc ftalcchln (Chronicle, cwlctmcstun, h) 11, 1873. MAY II. 18;:). specimex oin: Of the Citooxicli mailed free to any address oa ap 1 licatiun. KATIM OF AIVEKTIK1U IX Wl lKl.V Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute i square. 4 a a 1 Pqunre 2 squares... 3 Square!... 4 fciquares... 6 Squares... lisiium t 4 60 t M '' 00 f "1 0" 6 01) 8 50 i 4 50, 9 00 ! 11 Ml : 6 oo. n )! 14 oo 7 50, 11 00 lrt 50 r I- 10 ro V) oo 14 Ml' ii 50' 37 50 15 im- ;0 no 4 V ( 2)i 00 J 3D 50 6. 50 Club For the Chronicle. We invite the ntteutiou of our friends to our low club rates. Clubs of ten nt one dollar and a half eacu. Any friend is au thorized to act as our agent. If you can't send ten uauies all at one time, send them one or two at a time at $1.50 each. Send us the money by registered letter or money order. Our Weekly Chronicle is cheap er than the cheap weeklies. They are filled up with advertisements and printed In large type. There is more and better read ing matter in the Chronicle than any...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 May 1873

3 Jinwbilfe ifttdiln 0nidf, ftatc&ncsbair, JUim 11, 1875. AVE DNESDAY, MAY 14, 1873. letter FrorM Hie Sandwich Mauds. The follow ing private letter nas written ly a young man, ncitizen of this place to his mother : Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, February L'Otb, 1S73. Since you wish it, I will resume the style of correspondeui-e which formerly obtained between U3, on my part, at least, ami note down from time to time, such incidents, observations and remarks, as I think may le of interest to you. A SCOTCHMAN NATIVE LADIES MUSIC. Last night I was invited to tea, at the house of a Mr. C'leghoriie, one of the largest merchants here. He is a Scotchman by birth, and his wife a native, though of high degree, as she Is of the blood royal on the mother's side, and is known as a chiefess or chiefte?, as, it is indiscrimi nately pronounced. The natives here trace their descent from the mother and not from the father. She Is fairly educated, speaks English well, and is agreeable and lady like ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 May 1873

lnobilIc (iclcchln (Cbnmitlc, ftilctmestxm, h) 11, 187.3. FOREICN. DEATH (IFMIMftTKK OMR AT ST. TKItKOl RII. lrfro ol Hip Stnnlsh ltrioliilion. 8r. PKTKRsm imn. fon. .las. L. On-, United (Status Minister, dioj here very un expectedly nnd suddenly from inflamma tion or tlie luiif?. He licit! been sulleriiig from a very severe cold. Madrid, May 7. A hand of ('nrlist, foiiimimiieii ny imn Aijiiono, is fnirround ed by the Republicans near Iirnnla. a town 33 miles northwest of iarcelona. and it is thought thev will, together with their leader be compelled to surrender to the na tional iorces. Knllinale of the CariWt Army. A letter from Spaiu says the Carlist army in Jsavarre numbers 3,-riX men, I.Oimi being unarmen or armed witn picks only, the remainder are well armed with superior ruies ; uesiues mese anu co-operating with them are '22 bands, nuniberinsr 2,'2-)2 men. Orders have been given by Don Carlos to fchoot the cure of tianta Cruze, owing to his excess and cruelties, but as he co...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 May 1873

Jtnoririllc Mttttu Chronicle Mttiiustxin, Jttan 11, 1873. 8 IIOMI2 CIHCLE. A KIM AT THE IiOOlt. were standing in Iho doorway, Jly little wit'e nnd I, Th polJen f in unon her JVll down so silently ; A niull whito liitml upon my nrm, Whnt could 1 n.-k fVr mnro Than tho kindly planoo of loving cyos, As she kissed me at tho door .' I know tho love? with nil hers heart The ono who stands beside; And the years hnvo In-en so joyous "ino fir-t I called her bride. "Wove h;ul so much of happiness Mneo we met in years before; li lt tho happiest time of nil was Vhen she kissed nioutthe door. Who euros for wealth of land or (roKl, Fur fame or matchless power ? I: does not give tho happiness ' If just ono little hour With one who loves me as her life Slin says she Iotcs me more And I thoucht she did this morning When she kissed me at the door. A: times it seems a ail tho world, With all its wealth of gold, Is very small and poor inded Compared with what 1 hold : When Iho clouds hang grim ru.d dar...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 May 1873

sri lu y v VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, IS73. NO S. WEDNESDAY MAY 14, 1873. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE fubliehesln every Imue, fact about the noil, climate, ' production!, price of land, and advantage offered to immigrant! in East Tenneuee. Thce article! are In - tendod to afford reliable information to itrangcrs, and are prepared carefully and afford the cheapest and i most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop- iei of the paper tent on application. For tcrmi of : subscription see fourth page. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Table Showing Advantage of Our ' Climate. NO. t VIII. We have had so many letters expressing satisfaction with an article published some months ago concerning the advantage of our climate, and as the demand for that is sue has exhausted our surplus copies, we republish the table,addlng figures for three additional months of 1873. The article rc- . ferred to was as follows : We have received a largely increased list of letters during the past mont...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 May 1873

Jlno.vbillc (L&cchli) Chronicle McfcncslK.n, hn 21, 187-3. :VKI)NK-!-AV, . . . f . -MAY 21, If". CAS " :e s.wid izox frost ' Tin1 iii'inciifm 'n-fl itu-Li 'it of i rn i L by ti lull- this i-i!a.-on ii:;.'':.U tlie jiit.-lii.ii !' v,i.; :l i-r it is nut )i"-nMo '.ir f:tf iikts, by tho proper t.t'.t nmi :ij plituico, to wive :it ";it a iiortinii t' their crop from the genera! ruin. Tli:.t artificial Mean-,, f-uch :t" covL'iin jtliP fruit or 1 uiUlint: 11 res in proximity to the trot, will save a limit- j rtl quantity i- a ti.cl fact. To what prac ticable extent this means couM he employ ed, vc have no means of knowing. It cer tainly Is a matter worthy of consideration at a time when many hundred thousand dollars' worth of fruit U Uiny; swept away in a single night. That t lib time is fast iii.lii'oai-hiiis when science M ill come more roniit!y to the farmers' aid, U a very rvas onaUe coiuhirion. "We look confidently to the system of telegraphic weather signals now cstalili.-hcil t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 May 1873

lutfbillc (iclcchln Cbrmudc, eaVciDnttnn, h) 21, 187:3. THE SALARY MATTE!!. t'nulrn( nntl 4iiinrloim or History Some I'bom Worlli I.ooM hit A t. l'r..iu tho Illinois Slide Journa'. Congress, in 17S! its 3 rat session fixed the pay of iU lnemlioi-, iin ludiii tho Con gress then sitting, at jn-r dny, niul mileage at the rate of about ?i j er ovvry twenty miles travel going to and returning from theseat of government. Tu the same act they provided that nftr March 4, 17!"i, the ay should he 7 per day with mileage at the rate of S7 per every twenty miles travel. Itil7:i, hy net approved March 10, ( 1 7:0, Congress repealed the .7 elause of the act of 17S and substituted thcreft r s.j per day and mileage. In lSI'i the pay was again changed from per day and mileage to it salary of .r;iH per milium with mileage as per first aet. In 1 SIT, on the Oth day of March, an aet was passed repealing the aet of March 10. In 151S Congress passed au act making the pay of members Ss per day, witli milea...

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 May 1873

iubil!c WttQ hxamtkf Icimcsbair, Ban ai, 1873. SDbc uclcclifn (iTbnmiclc. u . - " - - - - - - RULE & EICKS, Publishers, Kumbrr 10 Market J'lac-c, Eaut Side. I kr.mm of m nscniirio. One coi y, one year One CfiTi -"i nwrthi Ten oiie, me year...... Twenty copies one yenr,. WEDNESDAY . . $2 00 1 (10 13 00 30 00 MAY 21, 3 K73. The Lfgi.-lature of Texas voted down a resolution to invite President Grant to visit, that State, but voted for one to ask Jell'. Davis to come. Tennessee was represented in the St. Louis Congressional Convention by Sen ator Cooper and Representatives Crutch field and Whitthorne. The Memphis Avalanche is forced to put this article in its editorial columns : " Wanted A half dozen legal hangings in Memphis, to convince fellows familiar with the use of pistols and knives that law-abiding people have a few rights mur derers are still bound to respect." The Sultan of Acheen a small island in the Eastern Archipelago iusulted the Dutch commander at Sumatra. So a Dutch...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 May 1873

Jinovbillc fcclcchln Cbronidc, iKiUlmcstran, JUan 11, 1873. WEDNESDAY . MAY 21. 1873. UPMIHKS COI'ltS Of the Chrosiclk mailed free to any addre.i on ap lieatinn. HATIS lF AlHTItTISIM) IX WDKULY. Ten lines, or lets, aoliJ, to constitute a oiunre. i S i 8 I r7 I -": ; ! a a o o 1 1 .m n j h i 1 Piunre $ 1 60 t 3 f0 $ 4 fill f S SO f 9 00 J15 (10 2 squares ! 3 00 6 00 S M In fki. M SO 27(10 3iuiire , 4 M 9 00 11 .Ml DM 2.) 5(1 37 SO 4Njuiires i 6 00 UN) 11 ll IS oil SO (l 45 1)0 Squares ! 7 6U 14 00 10 60 28 U0, 50 56 50 . ' 1 . I ! I 4 lull For the Chronicle. We invite the attention of our friends to our low club rates. Clubs of ten at one dollar and a half each. Any friend is nu thorized to act as our agent. If you can't send ten names all at one time, smd them one or two at a time at $1.50 each. Send us the money by registered letter or money order. Our Weekly Chronicle is cheap er than the cheap weeklies. They are lllled up with advertisements and printed in large type. There is mo...

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. — 21 May 1873

iinoibidc calcchln tyxonuk, SJlcbncstom, Jtlan 21, 187a. WKOXKSDAY, MAY .'!, 1ST THE ST.ITK nilMIXC. HEALTH! BEAUTY!! PTiioNu and rn;K run blood increase nl' FI.KSII ANI WEIiiHT-OLKAR SKIN AND UKAL i ll I L. COMPLEXION a -AT RED TO ALL. .Imir. I'nrt l A' '.. Mnnvn I'p A Rrolioii ( otitriK t on Their Purl 1'roven. ,'. K.-i:uto', Tkxx., May 12, 17.:. Eiiiins t'linoxiti.i:: I sec Ijy reiVr ciKt' t tliu pujiers Unit the Tublic l'rinti'i are diditing In the courts the right of the I.cijMiitui'e to cliniiye the law in rcfl-ri'ueo to the 1'iililio rrititiii. Without eiitei-ini; iiito the Kpal question whether the rirint iiiir in ili-i'iite if Mich as (lie PuMio l'rint i'i'! liave the ri;ht to In their implied con tract, I wish to call the attention of the I-uhlic to tli'.1 following facts: In Novfinlier, 1S71, tho Legislature was calk'il on to elect n I'uhiic 1'rinter. Tiie eaniliilaU'i were Thomas Waters, Paul, White A: C., ami Jone, Purvis & jr. Tiie law rciiiire(l each candidate to ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 May 1873

itaUillc Saitchlu (Cfercnicle, iLilctmcair, h) 21, 1S73, INDIAN NEWS. WODOtS IX A01lli::i S'MGXtHOM.. Karrow lrijie of (ims, l:-aus ami tillcn. if if t'upf. J.irk Wears (Jen. (:ui!;j'.s t'ulJorni Burin? the Attack. The IiKlliuiM Driven Hiuk ly Cn,l. Hn. Itrouck. 2s KW Youiv, May 13, A sput.'iiil from Hits lava bods hays thnt Captain H:is-liroiif-k'.s scouting party was attacked by Uiu Modocs, which wan u complete rnir- frlse. FoursoMitTs and one Vnrm JSprinp ndian were killed and six boldier.s and one Warm .Spring wounded, (.'apt. Hns brouck rallied his men and charged, when the Modocs scattered through the woods. nuverai voiieys were nreu among tiieni, but It is not known whether any Modocs were hurt. The troops captured twenty live horses. Capt. Jack wore Cuuby's uniform. Thirty-three Modoc. were en gaged. Vhen the last courier left the troops were between tlio Modocs and their lava stronghold. Capt. llasbrouck thinks the Indians nearly out of ammunition. C'nfst. Juck takes Ills F...

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. — 21 May 1873

Snoibillc Scchljj CJjroradc Sfctrtmcsban, Ha ai, 1875. IIOMI2 CIHCLE. THE CROSS. West tlioy who inclf, While in their youth, "With spirit meek, Tho wny of truth, To them tlin sncrcd Scripturei now display Christ as tho only true iind living way ; His precious blood on Calvary was Riven To make themhoirs of ondless bliss in heaven. And e'en on earth thechild of God can traco The glorious blessing of his Saviour's grace. For them He bora His father's frown ; Kor thorn ho wore Tho thorny crown ; Nailed to the cross, F.ndurod its pain, That His life's loss Might bo their gain. Then haste to choose That better part, Nor daro refuse Tho Lord your heart, L,est Ho declare "1 know you not," And deep despair lieeomo your lot. Now look to Josus, who on Calvary died, And trust to Him who thoro wm crucified, Wilmington Dd.) Wayside. Tlic Best Way to Correct MMakes. A good story is told of a prominent man who lived in Detroit forty years ago. Like many of tho pioneers who became rich, he wits ign...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 May 1873

4 KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY -2S. IS73. NO . ft m ww W J i m m m s a MAVi2S, 1870. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE Publishes in every i.uc, fnols about the soil, climiitc, productions, price of liindf, and advnntnccs oficrcd to immigrants in Enst Tennessee. Thc?o nrticles are in tended to afford reliable information to strangers, and are prepared carefully and nffjrd the cheapest and .most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper sent on application. For terms of subscription see fourth page. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Misccllane oiin Information lor Corrt'Hpon drill. NO. ( IX. A correspondent in Liee county, Illinois, Jiska us to give, from the official weather report of the Signal Service Bureau, the number of days last winter when the ther mometer was below zero. We are glad to say to our correspondent that there was not & day when, according to that report, the mercury was below zero. The lowest aver age for any day of December, 1872, was 1G above zero, and...

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. — 28 May 1873

JVimtiKc SS&fctMn Chronicle Mcteban, glair 29, 187. "Vi:dxi;day, .may 2. ihtx KAltM amd iiomi:. HOW WE CAS MAKE MONEY. ItM'unsto be generally com-etk-il Hint the fmit crop of East Teunewe will be Miiall this year. It generally Kings about as much money into our country as our corn crop. In view of this probable loss it is well enough that our farmers should be looking about to see if there is any way iu which they can make good this deficiency. Our blackberries are u never failing crop. They are plentiful on cverv hillside, in every field and valley. Usually most of tneiu are left to Ury on the vine and are practically lost. Yet with a little effort they might be made a source of great rev enue to our section. Dried blackber ries are wortli from eleven to fif teen cents per pound with a a never failing demand. A child can gather and dry them without trouble. They can be cured with one-fourth the la bor required for peaches and apples and are more profitable. 'Why not save all of...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 May 1873

Snorinllc gatcthlg. Cljronklt, Mdmcstotjr, pan 28, 1873. The Mrlbodint I'nl veralty Dr. (Aibleigh, la tho Iiut number of tbe Methodist Advocate, gives the following reasons which governed the Committee in locating the Methodist University nt thia place : We do not expect the community 'in which it l located to famish nil the money with which to build mid endA the Uni versity J yet we do expect that Community to contribute much more largely to build it up as the years roll on, thnu they have promised to contribute to secure the locn Lion. This, we are confident the Knox ville people will be willing to do, when they see fully the advantages they are to reap from it. 5ut there is another view of the subject which many of those desiring the University, and others, perhaps, have not once thought of. Much of the money to endow the University must be fought abroad, in the North, West and East from members of our church of abundant wealth. That class of men have been coming more and more in...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 May 1873

Sinojrbillc Mcthln dferomtk, ffllrimtsbajj, gtan 28,. 1873. &bc ciciUthln (Chronicle. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Kumbcr 1!) Market rioce, Etist Side. TtlllMH OF M IWl'KH'TIOSf. One c "I'Vi one yonr t'J 00 One mi i month 1 00 Ten cni'ii'.. onc 5'car 00 Twenty ooi ic. one yonr 30 00 WEDNESDAY MAY 'J8. 1H73. Tin: Union find American finds conso lation in tlu- fail that at a recent flection, devoid of all excitement, iu Michigan, the "Radical" majority Mas only 27,0o0. It evidently takes but little to satisfy the I', and A. Ch ikk Justice Chase lias given SM.ooO to Wilberforce University, Oberliu, Ohio, suid ;Mo,i ion to his .df;iv Mater, Dartmouth College, X. H. The balance of bin estate, Sl.yi.oim, be divided between his two daughters, Mrs. lloyt and Mrs. Senator Sprague. Gen. D. II. Hill regards the udden death of Gen. Geo. II. Thomas, by apo plexy in the light of Providential retribu tion. Will be explain the meaning of the midden death of thatgrcat instigator of re liellion,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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